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

 - Class of 1913

Page 1 of 184

 

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1913 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1913 Edition, Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1913 volume:

P' .. X P 1 . I i I. 1 I I 1.4 ...J ,,, "vm ,44 ,V J x wgh.-., m ' .-4.-f. V A 5 A .,. WWI :Fri .- " 'W' . fr W . .1-', l ,-., 4 W ' , 1 . - . ' ' gr . iw-. , , ,',' .ag L.: 'Q' 'rf ,.. -- 1 '1-,9""p , -, fig' ' l"c.' -' ' ,X , 1 '- mf " ' ul 3 451, ' . . A. . ,X ., A fi.,.T2 '1 A ' iw :mfgf f . , 4 .N . -,fiill-"' .ij 'Q Us-2 I, ,. I H 'I I , W. .32 m . 41' -,.1 Q ,- K . . ' 551, ' I f -X 'VL " l R" Y Y ly. n .- "Y ' " .f .' K' 1' 'I' . '- ., ,th M1 - - , . , A . T -In ' " -532 11 . ' L ' Aiqi' '- fl , U - 4. ' X li .I , , A I . "W, . , , A 47,-" ' .QU .x , - '--L 1 , :Tn '. - W ff' a r E -I L .V . vjg Z'- ik, ,-A V X , 1 V.-. ' 4 '- L1 ,- X 4, N .3,r:. 1 1, 'l'x".. ' 4 . , ff' , I .WY if .-I, I -'.lAx'l.'. 'l'Y.',,-..i,n1,. V vhf.. ' 'l' 5. . .' 'L' v ku '1"' ,. 'I' Sm . Jr. V 'N A ". n " ' 1. ., w." JV' 'J-:','.. ..-. -4 . ,157 1 -." J , mr: wvnun. 'u . ,J ay gk, .-. . 4 ', 1 ,H v 1 . ,,- ' ,w aw I . "f P111 115' ' ' .J . ,. M- A w 1 5, . 4 . ,s ' My wmv-H1f , ' " -'-' X. '- ' - 1 AV, - I . ' A fx' , ' H. 1 - . f H ' 'P ..- ,X . r , - - X .. 'a,'k. V . I . a 1 s . . '- . . , . ' 9 f I ' 6 I 0 g, fo ' f A . 4, fn, - , ,lv 1, . ,f . Q, ,. Q' -, I I 1 .' , an 1 . -f , - " ' X C - 1 , s , 'Yi m ,-4 1 -'v . 1: ...h ' u pt 1. . , ru: x. g ,A - 15,5 M.. ,AVA VK w. . . . . A 1 W I . Q 4 P . ' 1 if s' v ,- 1 , 'fl' 4., . I gf v r ,JZ i'. '1 9, U ' -' ' .': ' A . :IJ ' ' 4 ixr n 1 Y - . . i , . KX. 'V r L X 4 fl ' ' 4 ' A.: .5 ,.' .,,.L,g A 'A .ig.A g, .15 " 'Av."" finial N 'Q "ff t- .1.Jf' L .- Mx, . 15, -x ' 2 'I 1 v W W W W W W W W W W W 4 W W W J W W W W W W W W W . W W W W W W W W W W W W W ' W ' W W W 3W FW W W W W W W' ' - W .1 y s f ff' -1.15, ,,.Q in L 1 .' u Lf.-J . 15,-, if l Am' .- "-Q'Ju-. ,dv 1' "' if-.-,ar :Mg ' 1.3295 "Lg -Q - - ,u-gifs -it ,.,".F' f ' f yi. . 3'1'5h1'f.' 555. I r 1. ,. , A W , my 1 , , ,f ..-3 1 , x f , 1 ,- " .U 7- X, 1.4 X , 4 . x My ' gy ':. 1 f. 1 f .1 ,f Fa, r Q V ,,. 'vii we ' 9 14.54 if za. ggv , ,Ei 1 , 1' 1 -,Q v f , ,v .qw ., . 1 S' ,gin HA" ' Axim - . 1' V' H-il: , ,'4.,'f , ,..,l ,, , .,,',,f: 'fig . ,WWE ' " H.. ' wif, ,M . 53:71 , - 1, F71 - N. ,. f m . T ' ,J .,-J .1 Y 2.7 , .4- 1 di ' -v ' x 4 y.. N, A VT ' ,fffm 'gm g 1 ,If x ,L ,, :A.4.-k.,,. , M A. -f , H 4 vi -1- .,4. , . RA X , ,.,,- v ' v 1' 4 W s 1' "" 4 f 1 ., , ' z , 1 . Vg? . 1'5" ' " '. ,-. 4- . ,. '1 r 7 1 . ,r Y , f . Q ' . " , 4 .4 A3 ,N wg, . .--- ::!:.- , . ff Nm rf., , v 1 ,' ' ffff E ' . . f v -' 4, . 1 f .v v .I 4.. v ' G QW' J . ' 1 . 11: 'X' 1 ,, ' AU 'ww - iw M " X 1 1 I. 55" 1' ' 'JV ' Zu . , ,',l. X' , "':",j . A - lf" J, '4,1.v'pj,' Y ' " ' H H ' 5 IL. 4 ' -:.,, . 1 -W. . V ,- .:: V -' X - . , X NJ, ..., J in if -pf , - y 7"U .4 .J lv Im .V . -',.. ii' 'r ' 159-- V ,v1":- "" fs .x F ir ,, W , -Yyr. M: ,y-"',1,L.. 1,. vu a Y, ,Am 4 - ,.'1'4f. .- " ' ' "1 vI".v-1'PJ- x ,s .I .C 0... ,.i' Q n 'lam ..,,, . - . . 0 1" 0' ,Q ,gm 2 E- guru... 5 5 5 Q Q 5 O K N 4 ff L 'fx r Q A. , 51' Ni E255 1 lf 54.ku.g'rQMmx,Y1' all 2 - 3 2 2 A 0 Q 1 4 s, "" Ee Cfligahetban xfjx , s 9 + .Lf ff! V 2 ELIZABETH COLLEGE CHARLOTTE N C 74. ' 1 . 4. ,.,,,. Wm.. ,., 1 ,V ,HL " , f 'S J", f J' ' 'y wma 'CW' ff 1 I " h f ,mi f 35, ! I: , Q . 10 1 - 1' sfifakf .. -Lwizlligggqfg-?5z.,. C it ., , , f MARGARET VINTON WILLIS The fwewfh volume of The Ellzabekhan is aedacafea +0 mass Mafgmf vanm vvmas for whom we have The cgreaiesf respecf and whose characfer we Qreaihj admire ENTRANCE TO CAMPUS, ELIZABETH COLLEGE Qin Elisabeth 1 Around the lvalls cling memories' vine And fondest thoughts of thee,' For you 1ve'll ever more combine Honor, praise, and liberty. II Thy campus claims our happiest days, Those spent with comrades dear,' E. C., the cup of love D2C,ll raise To you, in memory sincere. 111 To thee Die owe amlnitiorfs flame: To thee alone our merit's due,' Forever and for aye thy name Our hearts with love imlnue. If K Y , K - H 1 I 4:2 X ifyvs J ,Lv ' J T jig- f' 5 2 N X 2 " I, I , I T D E NT 55 QIEAQIILTT 06 fx 5 U ft Al ' X WM MI W , NDP- Mx ,X UZ!!! X ,fl pl' I I .ft ff 'N 1 IK N CCD Q KS jfarultp CHARLES B. KING, A.M., D.D., PRESIDENT Professor of Creelg, Philosophy, ana' Psychology G. D. BERNHEIM, D.D., CI-IAPLAIN IRENE B. PALMER, LADY PRINCIPAL Professor of History and Political Science RUTH WOOD RICHARDSON, A.M. , Professor of English Language and Literature MARGARET VINTON WILLIS, A.B. Professor of Latin Language and Literature LENA JAMES HAWKES, A.B., A.M. Professor of Science R. L. PATTERSON, A.M., D.D. Professor of English Bible and Sacrea' Literature MARTHA REID ROBINSON, A.B. Professor of Modern Languages and Literature OLIVE RUSK, B.O. Professor of Expression and Physical Culture IRENE MCLEOD Athletic Director ETHEL RANDOLPH, AB. Principal of Preparatory Department MAUD SCHAEFFER, AB. Preparatory Department Direcior of Co WINNIE MCGLAMIVIERY Professor of Commercial Branches H. ZEHIVI nservalory of Music: Professor of Piano, Organ, KATHERINE A, C-AINES Professor of Piano IVIINNIE E. RHEA Professor of Piano EDITH VAN GILLUWE Professor of Violin CYNTHIA E. SESSIONS Professor of Voice HAZEL CI-IERRYIVIAN Piano, and Accompanist lo Voice Teacher CORNELIA E. EARLE Director of Ari jULIA IVIAE CALDWELL Librarian CHARLES A. IVIISENI-IEIIVIER, A.IVl., MD. College Physician ana' Leciurer on Hygiene J. P. IVIATHERSON, AB., NLD. Lecturer Eye, Throal, and Ear NETA UIVIBERCJER Mairon,' Trainea' Nurse MRS. SEAY Superintendent of Boarding Deparlmenl u 9 1--H Y ' ' ll asf Theoryg Chorus W f l I -' , i Ig link 'ini 'K XW Ya? UIIIEE e. v ne, WI ' COLLEGE ELIZABETH MUSIC, OF RVATORY SE CON GERARD THE We, 'flfxe class of nlneleen lmndred and 'flwlrleen offer xjou 'flmls book, wllln an apolomgg for lls conlenls. Il ls nol lo gain renown for ourselves, lnul 'fo express our love for old E. C. BOARD OF EDITORS oooo I :f A A 1 Hr WAS 6314 I '- uzvlvlw N ff' ,fl W X ".,,XE 'fI I L ' I JI Cllihitur,-:I M5755 p' f RUTH KEISTER ...,... ..,.... E ditor-in-Chief V, Q SARA IVIOSELEY .............. .................. B usiness Manager Z Xi MI CHARLOTTE RUCKER ..,.,., .,..T. A ssistant Business Manager M 1 I I VIOLA BUCKLER ...,...T TTT.TTT,TT......... L ilerarp Editor Y IDA B. EFIRD ............ .... . ,..Literary Editor JESSICA VANN ...... .....,. A thletic Editor IDA B. EFIRD ..........t ...... 1 olfe Editor EULA TRAYWICK .............. ,,,.,t,,, S ociol Editor JULIA MAE CALDWELL ,.,,.. ,,.,, R eligious Editor VIOLA BUCKLER ..,......,t .,.......,. A rt Editor KATHERINE VOLLERS.. ,ot,L,L,L Music Editor VIRGINIA LILLARD I L Subscription Editors I'IAMPDEN STIREWALT VIRGINIA LILLARD .....,,,, ,,,,, D ramatic Editor I SURELY YE ARE THE PEOPLE, AND WISDOM WILL DIE WITH YOU FRONT VIEW MAIN BUILDING. ELIZABETH COLLEGE COLLEGE ELIZABETH CITY, HE OM MAIN BUILDING TOWARD T FR OKING LO SAMUEL WILSON SMITH Mascot of Cfass 1913 'PR 3, 5 5 in V 6321855 nf 1913 MOTTO. Excelsior COLORS. Green and While X FLOWER: Lily of ine Valley J +4 , O CEECI 5 'I E 'Af OFFICERS KATHERINE VOLLERS, President JESSICA VANN, VIOLA BUCKLER .......,.. Vice-Presideni VIOLA BUCKLER, Secretary CHARLOTTE RUCKER, Treasurer CHARLOTTE RUCKER, Historian SARA MOSELEY, Propheless final' MEMBERS VIOLA BUCKLER, Poet ...................,...........,,.........Cana7ia7atc for AB. JULIA MAE CALDWELL .,.,...,.. IDA EFIRD ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, RUTH KEISTER ....,,,,,,., VIRGINIA LILLARD ...I... SARA MOSELEY ,......i,,,,,,. CHARLOTTE RUCKER.. I-I. A. STIREWALT ...,,i.. EULA TRAYWICK .......,. JESSICA VANN ...,,..,,.,,.. KATHERINE VOLLERS.. ..,....Candidalc for Organ ........Candidatc for A.B. .,......CandiJaie for A.B. Candidate for Expression ...,.a..,.....Canciidaie for A.B. .........Candidale for A.B. ...,....Candidate for Organ ,.I.....Canclidatc for Piano .......Candidafe for A.B. ..,.I,...,Candidate for Piano HOW CAN I BEAR TO LEAVE THEE R-SENIORS TO OLD E. C. VIOLA LEONE BUCKLER, A.B. Newman, Ill. 'if' "I declare! " -lv And still they gazecl, and still the woncler grew That 0116 small head COLllCl CHN' 'ir' Never do anything yourself which ou y can get others to do for you. y all she knew. 'illils I '5Wf V g,-5 1 ...Antik .J . 4 .,.. I , 2 JULIA MAE CALDWELL, Organ Huntersville, N. C. 'i' "Very well! " 'ir' Be to her virtues very kind: Be to her faults, a little blind. 'fi' Discorcls make the sweetest airs. 4,1 Q ' new RUTH BRAMBLITT KEISTER A.B. Pulaski Va. You here again! So fair .o sweet withal so sensitive. O woman in our hours of ease Uncertain coy and hard to please. IDA BROWN EFIRD, A.B. Winston-Salem, N. C. 9 Oli, excuse me! A face with gladness overspread' Soft smiles by human kindness bred. One hour today is better than two tomorrow Q 1 5 5 , ., ,frftf 'lf 7 ? 4 s 7 1 .W QT? Q 'auf r 'viii' 1 v 9:-25? 1 '23I5i"i, w Q 5?f2fQ::3l VIRGINIA THOMAS LILLARD, Expression A, A IA re 2 1 M 1 gig? ' ' 5 A Q at ' , rf' Y: ' .ff , ai? 'ft , vw use 3+ . ' ' -- ' " '47 'Pg 'I JJ 4 I Q' f 4 wa 'fa tarp 'M' ,., , +2 Q. Charlotte, N. C. ' , it "This IS the longest week I ever spent! '-" f if if Her eyes as stars of twilight fairg ii Like twilighfs, too, her cluslcy hair. if "Zi, .115 'Tis folly to be wise. .mi 'sy' 'iigff-2 W YS? is we guy, 5' 6 'fx ""f?e: VV ,if - - . fa K, SARA MOSELEY, A.B. Charlotte, N. C. 'ff' "We've got to do it! " 'at' A beautiful ancl happy girl, With steps as light as summer air, Eyes glad with smiles, and brow of pearl, Shaclowed hy many a careless curl. 'if' Be wiser than other people if you can, but do not tell them so. , .,I,. y Ziff, , V' f, 4 ' ' M ff, A vii v v it ,fi . . Z ' 4 ati ' . E xif 'i 'JN EULA TRAYWICK Piano Charlotte . . Oh thats lovely. Her very foot has music in t As she comes up the stairs. CHARLOTTE RUCKER, A.B. Charlotte, N. C. I dont now a thing about this! Maiden! with meek brown eyes In whose orbs a shadow lies Like the dusk in evening skies! Even silence may be eloquent. My A A daughter of the gods divinely a an most divinely fair. Af 'if' I6 9 If u I 'ir' 'lr 1 ,... 'if so 9 I as A ' 'i ii . 4' , r ll, A ' JESSICA VANN, A.B. Wilmington, N. C. 'Ir I never was so sleepy in all my life! 'ir' Our sulky, sullen dame, Gathering her brows like gathering storm, Nursing her wrath to keep it warm. 'i' Better late than never. 39. '!,". ' 7 KATHERINE CHRISTINE VOLLERS Piano Wilmington, N. C. 'ff' "Oh, my soul! " 'i' And her voice was the warble of a bircl, So soft, so sweet, so delicately clear. 'Ir' If to het' Shafe SOIIIC female el'l'0l'S fall, Look on her face, and you'II forget them all. . , .A 9' 'WN elk 'me 5,4521 xgwt 'Y -N e .js-Qfgw, . U :X 5 , , . I Y Q 1 3? K 56' A f a xv, X J . . sf f Q Q 'V 4. ...Pa ef ,f , , X ,.g:,b. v., ., vw i Y.- ALEXANDER STIREWALT W, HAMPTON Organ xt China Grove, N. C. His 'Rx a s ffll' 9 W . XL W W' ' 'ls that true?" 'lr' He was once a bashful youthg His modesty was such That one might say fto say the truth, He rather had too much. utr heart runs away with his head. .1-,Fi .--'ry' A ..-..,-.---f , ,., ,. n 4-Q ',T-' -'.-.-A 'f . ,,.. -.,, ., ...., , ,V ..,4-kg.-v, .-.-...'.. - -.,,. .,.:, .v-rv . "1 - .-,-. - , 3- '--gf.. I ,.3. - . . ., .. fak- ff, J FX s , T ff M ,img 4 . X N3 af' Ns ! Glass Baum THE WONDERFUL CLASS OF Have you heard of the wonderful class of '13 That was trained in such a wonderful way? The training that lasted four years to a day, Breaking class records of other years, Making new records through dint of tears, Scaring the Doctor into his. Frightening teachers out of their wits- Have you heard of them, I say? Nineteen hundred and naught nine This famous class was brought in line, Sturdy young girls from Dixie's clime. That was the year when Charlotte-town Now heard of Elizabeth's great renown, That excited the colleges all around. It was in that eventful year of nine That this wonderful class began to shine. Now in building up classes, I tell you what, There is nearly always a vulnerable spot- ln German or Latin or Classical French, In English Composition or monthly retrench, In Math. or in Science, there's many a chance To find this spot, within or without, And that is the reason, without a doubt, That classes flunk, and don't come out. But this class swore fas they seldom dal, With an ul declare," or an "1 tell you, We will build the best class to be found ln all the colleges in the country 'roundg But to do this, it is mighty plain That we'll have to work with might and main. And the way to do it, as we maintain, It would be best, Let each one strive to do more than the rest." So the class inquired of the college folk Of all the records that must be broke, And then they took up their heavy yoke. Each one worked with a right good will: Daylight and dark found them struggling still. No classes were cut by any of these: They loved their teachers, and tried to pleasep They stood all tests with greatest ease: Math., and English, German new, Latin, French, and History, too- Work of the finest, good and true. J MQ ww , f ' x'Nk ' f L- '1 . x 'I3 5 ' ' l M" 4,1Q -' - . e '-A' at .,:.,, ,...., .,.,. . .... .1.,,.,. ,-., i . - . . ,?,3- Q V x f K ,W That was the way they put them through. There," said the teachersg "now they'll do.' . Zi .. Do! 1 tell you, I rather guess , ' They were a wonder, and nothing less, XM Sophomores ftunlfed, stopping to playg , ex, Q juniors and Seniors dropped away ,' 1. ! gg! the Clgisshof l3l1whireIwerf?ihey? ere stoo t is won erfu c ass, say, F It LN As fresh as on enrollment day. --1 d 1 Nineteen-ten it came, and found K This clever class still strong and sound: Sophomores now a mighty band- Marvelous class," they called it then. Nineteen and eleven came, Studying as usual, much the same, Nineteen-thirteen at last arrives, Bringing the great event of their lives. 4. Twentieth of May, Commencement Day, When this sturdy class now ends its sway, Notwithstanding it is yet to be seen What is to become of the Class of '13, With a general trait of strength serene, Never a failure from this class, I ween. There couldn't be, for the teachers' art Has made it so hrm in every part There isn't a chance for one to start. Habits of truth formed in the halls Of dear old E. C.'s ivy-covered walls, Have given it strength that nothing appals, As it goes forth to meet Duty's calls. End of the wonderful Class of 'l3. Excelsior" its motto has always been. -V. L. B. ,IR Cs Xi. um-., ,I ' w gi.-y'--gl-lgiiQui'.g,e-9.53 f '44 .-. ' JA. 59 1-' vm N fx MH J x i J, d N fix Xml bemnr Iansturp TELL of the class of 'thirteen, who first from the shores of ignorance came, seeking the shores of knowledge. 'Twas in the year nineteen and nine that our band of verdant Freshmen started on this journey. Gr orr , t 5 Z ,.... .- ,..,. ,,., , . . . ....., - ' R 1 V ' K e km ga t Ja , if ,A ffl ,. x I 4 K N-- 5 , .16 ' ' ER Much were we tossed about by the upper classmen, who called us "Freshies" and "Babies" Our troubles increased when lessons were assigned in those awful books of Math. and Latin. "What can this mean, these angles and squares in this book called geometry?,' we sighed. This question only could we answer by our toils and struggles all the year. In Ovid and Livy we appeared quite learned, but what do we know of those subjects now? Thus passed the year naught-nine, with only toil and trouble, for little pleasure does the Freshman know. Some discouraged grew, and stopped along the way, but others took their place, and we went steadily on. Nineteen-ten followed, and found us struggling toward our goal: commencement, nineteen-thirteen. They addressed us as Proud Sophomores, a name with which we were quite pleased. This year was hard, for Soph'more studies are the hardest in the school: but we kept faithfully on, till gladly did we bid farewell to Latin and to Math. It was in this year, at St. Patrick's Eve, the Seniors gave to us a luncheon. In basket-ball we did shineg but the Juniors and Seniors brighter shone-but unselfishly did we cheer for our Sister Seniors, the final game being won. And now it is come, our Junior year so gay. Three were added to our numberg but to one we gave a special welcome, and this was the co-ed-Hampie. .-1'f 1 , .:.A P S K j Y f " li 3 Q i K . . . . 3 . Ji This was the Jolliest year at old E.. C.g but still there were the sciences to learn. l W One evening, especially remembered, the Seniors took us to the ww theater. But that was all forgotten when we played for the Trophy cup. if sf The Seniors, they did win it, but how we could not see, for we 1 ft lm, thought that our team was the strongest in the school. f I l At last, we reached the Senior Class, the hope of all our years. ,.f X fx.. But the Seniors' task is hard: for all things just right must they do. They must get the Annual out, and never go in debt. And they must write a Thesis that is void of all mistakes. And those History Notebooks, how could we forget them? 'Twas easy when the social evenings claimed our attention. First the Juniors entertained usg then the Sophsg and next Miss Palmer. And there were recitals almost every Monday night, where the Seniors were the ushers. This was the year our team did star at basket-ball: and at last the long-sought cup was ours. Our college days at old E.. C. are almost past. We hope each one will use her knowledge gained here for good. and deservingly be numbered with the alumnae of our Alma Mater. -C. R. I- - .I ' ', if 5" 'flu 15' D I ' ' I U ' ' I x1 xl xg -I , x 1 N 5 xi I it ll: sh IA 'A ..,L' J -lb' f X1 - .Cr N iff- 57 150- " i""'I -,,.'j: 1.4. uv ,, . W., I.. . .swf-,QI '1...'+.,f:2Z'fav 'iw :f..,E.f,3:.!r" it Fa- 4-4- Xu! Mu Z K wud banner Qtlass iBrupbenp S I was walking along one of the side streets of Chicago, a sign attracted my attention, upon which was written: "Noted lndian Mahatma Reveals the Futuref' I had been 'J chosen as class prophetess, so l eagerly directed my steps there, to learn the futures of the Class of 'l 3. When I entered, the spiritualist was sitting cross-legged on a plat- tara or ' f Q If 1 W X X i . .ff ' form, and motioned for me to sit down opposite him. He began to study me, and I, in turn, began to review the room, which was hung with Oriental rugs. Cn the mantle were many curious looking objects, while placed on a low table before him were a witch's stick and a brass urn. The Mahatma set fire to some powder which was in the urn, and when the room was filled with smoke, he waved the witch's stick over my head three times, each time muttering unintelligible words. The smoke formed into a cloud, and looking at it intently I saw a picture of circus grounds, and myself entering. I stopped before a booth in which a man was standing, yelling at the top of his lungs, "Come and see the fattest woman on earthf' I entered the tent to see the curiosity, and to my astonishment there sat a person that I would not have recognized as Viola had there not been a merry twinkle in her eyes when she saw me. Next, a large building rose slowly to view, with a broad Hight of steps leading to the door. I felt myself walking up the steps and through the door. There, behind a tall desk, stood a light-haired, wrinkled-faced woman, wearing a large pair of spectacles. As she slammed a book down, and looked over her glasses, she said, "Now what do you want?" It recalled the times I had used to stand before the library desk of E. C., and tremblingly begged my old school-mate, Julia Mae, to lend me a book. This scene slowly faded, and there Hickerfzd before my eyes a figure that seemed strangely familiar, for all its odd appearance. Could this old maid sitting calmly on a sofa with her cats beside her be the dignified Ida whom I knew in olden times? Then came a vision in which I was carried to a far-away city. I mounted the steps of a tall building, and passed into a newspaper office. There at a desk sat an egotistical looking person, trying to write. But what was this excited crowd of men around her? I finally learned ? bNX, 'k x, XM s I I Xb ,Ny I that these men were the stockholders of the newspaper and were demand mg the resignation of the editor Ruth Keister who was concerted enough to think she was capable of managing it without their assistance This turmoil ceased, the scene faded, and another took its place. It was the Grand Gpera I-louse, and I saw myself eagerly enter. The curtain arose, and a tall, stately woman walked confidently out. "C-randly did she begin, but sadly did she endniin the midst of a How of oratory, she suddenly gasped, and her voice trailed off into a I QQ ,ciy I O - fs ' gi X f Q ff 1 A ' f- c ' x I . . . . . , . -I weak sigh. Horrors! she had forgotten. This characteristic trait of Virginia made me recognize her in the unfortunate reader. A large school building next appeared before me, and I asked to be shown through it. Upon entering a class-room, I beheld a strangely familiar face, and to my consternation I realized that little, hollow-faced woman behind the desk was no other than myself. I could scarcely believe that I would ever use such cross tones as this elderly spinster, who was snapping out, "Don't ask questionsg just answer them." I was transported to a room in which there was a throng of people of all classes. My attention was immediately directed towards a woman-the center of a crowd of men. She was clad in a very elaborate gown, and was distributing her smiles and her bows to her admirers. Over in another part of the room was a poor, thin, pale man, glancing most concernedly at the woman. I realized to my horror that this man was a minister, and this was his frivolous wife. The woman turned her face toward me. Unspeakable! I fled. It was our demure Charlotte. It was interesting to learn the fate of our "co-ed,', whose picture now appeared before me. I felt that his education was partly respon- sible for the fact that he had journeyed to Salt Lake City. When I saw him, he was in a dining-room at breakfast, in the company of his eleven wives, several of whom I perceived were old Elizabeth girls. It was anything but a pleasant sight, for his several wives were fussing over which one was to be burdened with his presence. Suddenly, I felt myself being conveyed through the country in a buggy. After riding several miles, we came to an old weather-beaten house, with a vegetable garden at the side. I saw a woman and several small children, which I learned later were her step-children. She was sternly commanding them to pick the strawberries quickly. The berries looked so delicious that I called to the Woman to bring me a basket. As she handed it to me, she raised her head, and I recognized my old classmate, Eula. Z ..r A L, ,. f M K I we Next I saw before me a large auditorium with some half-dozen people seated in a wilderness of empty seats. Out upon the stage came our pianist Katherine Vollers who I was sorry to see was not the success we had thought and hoped she would be. It seemed that her reputation had preceded her to th's city so that on the night her concert was scheduled only her personal friends had come to hear her play. It was truly a dismal picture, and I was glad to turn my attention to the next scene the seer presented to me. 1 T . , 'Eff , , f" F- X , ' I I 4' 'Q V- - 2 N ... I is 'W em f fi 5 VZX' - I X K 3 1 4 , I., i I x It was a crowded street of a large city. At first I could not under- stand what the crowd meant, but looking down the street I saw a com- pany of women marching to and fro. As the parade drew nearer. I saw the rowdy leader wildly wave her flag, and heard her shriek at the top of her lungs, "Votes for Women." I recognized that awful shriek as the same one that Jessica used to utter on the basket-ball field of Elizabeth. The Mahatma slowly got up and disappeared behind the curtains back of him. Some mysterious impulse raised me to my feet, and turned my steps toward the door. Before I realized it, I was again in the fresh air, but it was long before I could dispel from my mind the woful picture of the fates of the Class of 1913. flrinisj -S. M., Class Propheless dNUUHn dn is li i I V it T W M J W 6 mt will nf the Qlltass uf 1913 ELIZABETH COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA E, the members of the Senior Class of I9I 3, do realize that we are about to depart this college life, therefore, we, withered and bent, maimed and gnarled by labor is M C'iC 51:51-3' fs ' f -f , f Ig 1- fl X X ,. xg . X -N... s . .Al ' E in this transitory life, but of sound mind, do hereby make and declare this our last will and testament: We appoint our sister class, the Sophomores, to execute this our last will and testament, according to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof. ltem l. To the Junior Class we give and bequeath as much of our love, devotion, and admiration as they can dispose of without inter- fering with their lessons. Item 2. To the said Junior Class we give and bequeath our ability to play basket-ball, knowing that they will be in sad need of it next year. Item 3. To the Faculty of Elizabeth College we give- and bequeath our knowledge of art, literature, and science, and of the world in general, in case there should be one little item they think they donit know. Item 4. We give and bequeath all the secrets we ever had in our lives to the Junior Society, on the condition that they do not tell them. Item 5. To the Sophomores, our devoted sisters, we give and bequeath the champion trophy cup that we won in the basket-ball tourna- ment, on the sole condition that they let nobody take it away from them. Item 6. To the Junior Class we give our Senior privilegesg and also a microscope with which to see them. Item 7. To the Freshmen and Preps we leave our noble example and record, so they may be enabled to walk in the straight and narrow path. Item 8. To Harriet Howell Orr we give and bequeath our knowledge of how to decorate the Annual Room, how to get out an Annual, how to manage Mr. Leon Ernest Seay, how to make the girls go and have their pictures taken, and how many student-body meetings to have in a day-in case she should need to know next year. Item 9. Eula Traywick wishes to leave her brilliant Vermilion color to Dee l-lanne, Lucille Brittain, Annie B. Roper, and Myrtle Gray, knowing they will need it during their summer campaign. Xiu! ex, Q , Q.. K I Item I0 We the members of the Senior English Class give and bequeath our power of interpreting Browning to our beloved teacher Miss Ruth Wood Richardson, to use in studying the Ioves, hates, and thoughts of fa?D man ln the near future Item I I. Viola Buckler wishes to Ieave her ability to win scholar- ship medaIs to Eva Page and Charlotte Smith. Item IZ. I-Iampton Stirewalt wishes to Ieave his Hirtations, biIIet- doux, and Iittle affairs to the next co-ed. Item I3. AII the Seniors who have ever had hearts give and J a , g, t"4 Z I ' Pm f ' ff I 1 A K -1 , Mx ,uf . , ' . ' ' ' , ' bequeath their knowledge of such matters to Miss Hawkes, so she can manage Miss Robinson next year. Item I4. Charlotte Rucker wishes to Ieave her ability to play on the violin to Miss Van Gilluweg and her Ioud laughter and rowdiness in general to Miss Winnie McGIammery. Item I5. We give and bequeath all our Davidson and E A E pennants to Myrtle Gray and I..iIIian Philpot. Item I6. We give and bequeath all our curiosity to Miss Maude Schaeffer, and if it should be more than she couId use we wish it to be transferred to Arabelle Thomas. Item I7. We give and bequeath to Irene McLeod a season ticket to all matinees that occur on afternoons when basket-baII has been posted. Item IS. To the aforementioned beneficiary we give and be- queath all our interest and enthusiasm for athletics in general. Item I9. We give and bequeath to Miss Cynthia Sessions a cook- stove and the necessary utensils-for obvious reasons, for everyone knows the way to a man's heart. Item 20. We, the members of the Senior Class, give and be- queath all our "hearts" to Miss Margaret Willis, feeIing sorry that she has not had one for three years. Item 21. Last, we wiII to Elizabeth College our Iove and Ioyaltv, and hope that all succeeding graduating classes wiII never have as hard a time as we have had. In the presence of this assembly, we hereunto set our hand and seal, this the twentieth day of May, 1913. CLASS OF 1913 fSEAL, Per JESSICA VANN WHO SAYS I AM NOT A PESSIMIST? WHY, I HAVE GOT THE ORIGINAL GROUCH--J, N . ,f 1 asag gg Jig? I I X A Xa-LIZX Sensor Qlltass jlilleettng IZ.30 TUESDAY EVERAL Seniors coming in the Annual Room about a quarter to one. RUTH: "Honestly, this is the coldest place I ever saw. There never is any heat heref' If1'5f,3':,2f N 1, X X 3j5F:Ef-1132 i I K mg J I X I I I 51.552 - J '3Q2i?Iilf7iI' ff , f" 'ljsriig' f I Jxk K I 1-' ' . H If I ff 1 X I S I 1 I ' ' IDA: Excuse me for living, it is certainly the truthg and the walls and floor are something herce. This room hasn't been swept this year." The rest of the Seniors come strolling in, and seat themselves. KATHERINE: "Well, I guess we have to talk about the Annual. Sara, have you anything to say about the Ads?" SARA fvelvementlyl : "Yes, I haveg and all of you-all listen to me, too. I asked just loads of people for Ads, and they said they weren't ever going to advertise in Magazines and Annuals any moreg and so we will get in debt, and won't have enough money to even start on Annualf' KATHERINE fquietly and meeklylz "Well-I--I I-Ias'any- one anything to say on this? H A long silence. MR. STIREWALT fbashfully gigglingl: "Madame President, I have gotten one more subscription for an Annual, and that will help some.', VIOLA! "Well, when you all get through talking, please let me have the floor. I want to show you these sketches, and see if you think they will do at allf' She talks rapidly and steadily for ten minutes. Miss TRAYWICK: "I think those will be all right." Giggles from the co-ed. CHARLOTTE: "Madame President, don't you think we ought to be thinking about entertaining the Juniors? Sara might get a list of the plays coming, from Mr. Crovo. I think that would be a good idea." JESSICA: "Well, I think so my own self. The other day, in Physics, I heard Marie Lentz say she wondered when 'those old Seniors, were going to entertain them." Discussion of the subject. f J N H vw . .'lZf:72'gi'- 9 X JN -A WZ Ax' gf l., "Q . Y RUTH fhurriedlyjz Oh yes girls' all that material and stuff for the Annual must be handed in before Saturday night. I mean ii and do, please, you-all get everything in before then. 1 , M unc e rin s. Q X! L hbll g Q ! l JULIA MAE Chappening to be presentj: "I move we get out of jf D533 here immediately-if not soonerf' 1, K I N VIRGINIA: "I say the word, I'm frozen stiff." aAIa A I'tI E aIII A I aa, I I I "'e I P - f f 'ff , - X L I . zxl .. q , , 5? MISS TRAYWICK: "Yes-I think we had better be going." RUTH fgoing out the doorf: "Only, I do wish we had given the contract for our commencement invitations to that good-looking Everett-Waddey man. l-le was so cute: and to think it would have been two cents cheaper!" -J. V. Lgjive A ig -i.' ff- f E of H 14 ff L an ff l f f 'M L I Q . Ilhfffsie -- It -I i.....,2 -E 'of "so MUCH THEY TALKED: so VERY LITTLE SAIDH'-SENIOR CLASS MEETING N Z A ,ik . ,,,.,., eil-Ci: '-"- E ' L 1 - " 15 om K5 2jE55:.5 N J Le I E x s , ' fl S is for Stately VOLLERS, our president: Q E for EULA, on music intent: X !xk N is for Noise made by saucy RUTI-lg fjj GX I I for IDA who speaks the truth: H O I2 C L A S S is for Organ which CALDWELL playsg for RUCKER, with such charming waysg is for CO-ED, who makes music by the mileg for LILLARD, who is known by her smileg is for Athletic VANN, who helped win the cupg A for SARA, who backed her up. is for Small which BUCKLER is NOT, For she is the fattest one of the Iot. -V. L. B. SHORT HAIR IS A MISFORTUNE1 THIN HAIR IS A CALAMITYQ BUT BANC-S ARE A GIRL S OWN FAULT.-SEE. J. V. OR M. G. IRENE MCLEOD Lumberton, N. C. Post-Graduate in Expression an g9fif'3: -":i2f3-.f HALLIE MCMILLAN CertiHcate in Art ILAWEESE MCCAUSLAND Certiflcate in History ?f-1 KATHLEEN STERNE Certificate in Bible , :I-Qu, lf, l .. ! U I if 'v 1 Q We SUSIE STERNE Certificate in Bible A wwx rr , , , 4 jg-4. . f 1. ffl-fy if 'W 'J VN 4 ' 'Vx 47 .X ' 'w AlI.f1'Q'lf r"fr.i:'.'f"fQ.V:l, ,BMJ - Ultra, A A WWI 4+ " . . I-H4 ,'f"'L1-.Q A J, H",-v'-:,. .j.:9'Y .1' ,33,,, - , j- A , J --.'-.,- rw .. ..x.. ijnu 1-. L l .N -f..- 1.4 1 . w -. .1 .fir-'ft -.'1,,' -:f:,5'Q 3,3 .1 ff' gi '? 'g""'Q, ,,..L.,'1,. '--g'.-U3 . LJ L- :ef 5, M. ,X-lin.: Y' 9,-,W EK-' Wu ., ia, . .. ?'l3fN"3"?fx T ii? 2 A vt ' A J: ' .A-. A H FQ,-1:'-,Vy,..S-.y, v 1'5" I, YW: ' A -W. 6'1"--.1 iv , mf?-.1r'.1,.' :Q I-g V' Q H " "..':! Rm ,, V Ji.. Y' PC , ..4. ,.,.,,, A' ,-if ,Q A xgg,Q?,gfi '- - I . A , egg' ly.1y.,5'-,.A.. r 4 4 ,- .-"R ,'. , I I 4 r N - . -1 fr . 4, JM- ..-, .tv , A A--f-A-,w .ff A. lf' f ' : "f .545-'I Pri 'fmtfi-2 1 A :fin --wi-'-44.144 x Q, 3. - ,-'iZ'9fj 1 4'-VQ.,..,n,,4. . , f.. ' . -1 www fm-F nh fafg' 1-fP.'7:f1SZ . Jig-- . -' s'-'4,4',L '-4l'1':' -- V ,. '--f.',.rr.if -Y'x"Yf5?41 I ww H.. . Av A...?v,,".H,f,:.', ' fm ' f .- ." .I I .', xi! .ff-'yxi' .443 'hw' .:,g9.b5zgn 1 '-.-f 1- -' 2-11,- :4 ,' fkw ,-ffm.-Q--lf-"' .A ' A Y I-"!'s-j . 7, " 'R Jy -. V.-I, V ' 'X Jr ,uf 1 N .,. ,1+,,:.'Lj5-v - V -J-Q A A3 fb., . f. 1 ,U V V U x ' r ,N n., x f ' . Q, . A' '1 4 , , . . , . 4 1 i 0 4 4 'm I - , I , . '-, f I' . 1. - f . . N -. , f . , I , , F- , 1"f f , 1 '4' 1 Y , Ja"--1 A N ,W ,, ...A 15 u , X . -X .xr 'T'-.yi f 4 " fl u 1. Y. "Mn, .fy .f H H fag-.na A ji x .-.yrlw - '.'.n..1'e ,...W'x -if " 7 -Pg X. ,g- -- -x 1' ggi? -.Z 4 -. -xx ki-,I - 1 Lhigl- K' . 'PS Pie 1. 1 , -'- X X x X pe '1 X X-2 f N1 A -S .I ' my A xt?-n 'L IIA' Q-gf f .MV V- .QfL 'YU I 5. . A' I gk , X, , ff N v . 1 1 X" uf Q. 3 X N X Mxlk l X I' ' , k I V Q MW Q' Q ffm UNXO JUNIOR-A CREATURE SUF FERING FROM AN ABNORMAL ENLARGEMENT OF THE. E GO JUNIOR CLASS If FCI A FC FS R A I, W1 Q3 NBAA SB ff X A -I Q I juniors COLORS: Black and Cold FLOWER: Black-Eyed Susan MOTTO: Semper Fidelis , IQ , 'ir 'Q- OFFICERS MARY KEISTER .,....OA ...,.OOO...OOOO.V.OOO OOO,OOOOO.... P r csiclenl HARRIET ORR ....O ,4,O,,,O V ice-President LUCILLE GLENN OOOOOOOO.O ,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary OLIVE BRICE ....., O,vOO.... T reasurer I-IARRIET ORR .w.,.,,O OO....A,.O.OO, .....,..,OA.. P 0 et -XA 4' MEMBERS MARY KEISTER HARRIET ORR LUCILLE GLENN KATHLEEN OLIVE FRANCES OSBORNE OLIVE BRICE MARIE LENTZ LEILA SUMMER ANNIE B. ROPER VIDA MAUNEY GRACE PATRICK EVA TEAGUE MARIE JAHNZ DALLAS BROWN MARGUERITE MANNING N f if , C K , , 31:11 P W N MQ , ,K S 7 eff junior Qlllass Bunn 'ir 'lr I XM ,XIX QQ f LN' I From Freshman Class to funior We've traveled in a space. The train seemed winged with hardships To win this noble race While Science boiled and bulnlaled English Sea flung up its spray History brought forth its treasuries That we might win this day. ll We crossed the Latin Ocean To countries new and strange We saw the Hendiadys mountains With the Zengma and Litates range The Alps were spread before us And Hannibal draped in gray He smiled at us and proudly said: ufuniors! you've won the day." Ill We loolfed with shaking wonder At every passing view Our hearts were filled with tremor And many fears we lfnew To Lab., to Math., to Bible By river, lake, and bay We dragged through space and darkness That we might reach this day. IV One hour of joy, triumphant When we succeeded thus: The world that we had longed for Brought all its charms to us. We saw school's wonders passing Along the hard-earned may And felt that we had right to say: ' ufuniors! You've won the day. -HARRIET ORR, Class Poet an ww , W T0 BE GREAT IS TO BE LOOKED UP TON-JUNIORS, AMBITION N ' l ' V Wx' if '1 W , K 'N-I I x , , , , .X 5 S A 4 21 EWU 5:05312 Elem nf the ltumur ftlllass R Q M Thg ttl thtBty' ' 0 Iris tlheea jiznioiiszlags ofe 512 Seen 1 Let's loolf at them, and then y'ou'll see J jg LN, lt's a grand, grand class,' and you'll agree. A, i i There's Mary our President, So fair and so Ivise. fust look at that character Writ in her eyes And slveet old Lucille She'll set your heart anlhirl, For in the statistics She's the best all-round girl. Next comes our scholar, With long golden curls. Frances is the most brilliant Of all Betsy's girls. And still one more blessing- We funiors love glories Yes, you'll thinlf so too When you've read Olive's stories. We've all lfinds of girls- Some short and some tall, Some ugly, some handsome, Marie Lentz, prettiest of all. For attractive young Dallas I can't malfe a rhymeq But the worst thing 'gainst her 'is- She's siclf all the time. In musicians n:e're blessed- Can't you see by their face That music's the talent Of Eva and Grace? M X Q16 .' ' ....,g-..,,... ,, '--'.-,, ., - nv- . -vt.--,v -.fre-f X ffzk K 'T lx N1 ij' .Q , 'V S is. -L Two other musicians we have- As you see- And these fortunate persons Are Marguerite and Marie. We're blessed with pianists As may easily be seen,- For I have not mentioned Vida Mauney and Kathleen. 535 1 ' "J f V x " Ng! I X And one Ivho's so pretty And dainty and good- To Lila belongs these And it's well understood. There's one still, all loveliness And graceful is she- She,s not hard to guess, For that nymph's Annie B. But still there's another We've not mentioned yet. Do you thinlf you could guess her? She's the Sufragettet F W ,id 5.6 ay the IM, 'mf .ll THKE vw li I A flllll Q 9 fy if 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS I A I ff, ' I f It N, 4 Qupbnmure Glass COLORS: Light Blue and Cold FLOWER: Forget-me-no! -1' 'Il' I-45? ww ,J I OFFICERS MARY STUART ALEXANDER ...O,..O,..O,.OO,.O, O..O..O..,,. P resident IVIIRIAM PARKER .....,.E...O...V...O,. O..O,,, V ice-President ELLEN BRICE ....,..L... LL.L.,,.. S ecrelary BONNIE MAUNEY .,....,......,.....L.... ...,... T reasurer MARY STUART ALEXANDER .......Y...A.. 4...,.., P oe! 'Il' 'ir- MEMBERS MARY STUART ALEXANDER ELLEN BRICE HELEN MARTIN SARA MELLON BLANCHE CRENSHAW I-IILDA CONYERS GRACE EFIRD HEDELIA I-IANNE HULDA JAI-INZ ALICE JOHNSON ANNIE LEAH MERCER BONNIE MAUNEY SUSIE WOOLEY MARY MCNEIL MIRIAM PARKER EVA PAGE MARGARET RANKIN WILHELMENA ROCK KATHERINE STEELE MARY SHELTON FRANCES SCHOLTZ x. kf x g f Q wig X49-fi S N Quphnmure iBuem For one whole long year we've struggled, Through hardships and toils galore Till we've Ivon the name we're so proud of, The name of Sophomore. l L 3 .A.f-153 u .,W X , Vg- I,.jf,'fjQ3Q.-ffzzggift-nz,:DA fjg'gj.3fg3-555.gif555:55:31-jl1jf:'5f ' ffjIg.Q3fjFQQ S I X' I ' ' 3 X , .:::,::.-,.l:. N 8 um ,.., -N 1 ' ., f' f is nw Q ff! N- H, L, X ,NK , V N7 ' K , , ,N VR We've crossed deep, darlf seas of Latin, Climlned mountains of English and Math, Yes, our journey- is beset with perils, Yet we'd choose no other path. Ofttimes on our over-taxed memories We have had impressed with great force That "There's no royal road to learning," And we want to be learned, of course. O, many are the times we've been tempted By the specials' air of comfort and peace To wander along cool, shady lanes Of idleness, and float down the river of Ease. But have we yielded? Of course not,' And what's more, IDC,TC not going to, Till we reach the end of our journey, Though we realize we're only half through. You lfnlow there's a bright side to all struggles No matter how they wear away flesh- Weive at least one thing to be thankful for That is, that we're Sophs and not Fresh. -M. S. A. IF YOU CAN,T STICK, GET A MUCILAGE CAN-ANY GRIND N Q . 'W , gy Q f 4 M' W af as X.. ' -f .ffflmy L l - ,ffglfifi 1 I ' A Zn Z ' Q ,wwf :J U, ,A,,,,,. fl 1",:YAu'mT'-M ,l . ' ' I X I KN Q luvwlxffu ""' W 147 My I - V xx 'u ' :ay , fZ74 7 3? Q 77'lKf', if K 'W-12. - T 1 lV.,' If r Q f' X 2 .5 2 5 . V - lx, x.g:-Ax?-lux 5,13 V E1 X 75' : - 'W .4251 ,..... . .X ,........ h 1' 'zfn .xg xxx xxmxx. s i. N' ,fQ f ' JL-JA ? X X Ny FRESHMEN 551535 Vfgvp Nxfxx M L S , i ttits .f?EfJaf.-me P ' -' f 'fu m X x 8 . 'xi R M , Q jfresbman Cltllass , ts.. .J ft L-si COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Red Rose M 4 ' CLASS MOTTO: Of Two Evils, Always Choose the Lesser 'i' 'ir' MEMBERS ANITA D. RITTENBERG .....Vee,.........,eee.....e.v.....eee....,4....f......e President LUCILLE M, BRITTAIN ,,,,,,,,, ,.,A..... S eeretary and Treasurer LUCILLE C. MASON .....eee.. V... ..........L.............. C lass Poet 'ie 'ic' Qilass 1Buem Talk, Talk, Talk! Till the stars fall down, O, me! And I would that my tongue could utter The thoughts that arise in me. Oh, hard for the Freshman girl As she sits in the lnackmost seat And hard for the Sophomore, too, ' As she lists to the speech complete. And the lengthy speech goes on Although the hell has rung, lt!! But, O, for the wave of Doctofs hand I X That tells he is done. -CLASS POET ,W,, " A N f at v X T' at by "' ferfsiz-'il - z M X . EY. .. H 2f.'f21s51ff1.2i .Q.1,-fr,-,z , K j ' ' .-:,-5.1:3,:'5.:, 9 f v ffi.2i?5'f'5fl i Nm ,ff 4 K ,.,,, , I K S A ff jllilntber Gauss anti Ztasr Guslings lg J 'V M Little Ruth Keister, who is such a feaster, ' "' MQ Sat eating bonbons galore. f kv She stuck in her thumb, and pulled out the last one, ,Q kg And Cried, "oh, how 1 wish 1 had MORE!" F5 X V N. .4 4 I Sara, Sara, quite contrara, How does your money go? Hearts, flowers, and picture-shows And three drug-stores all in a row. Charlotte had a little beau, a little beau had she,' And everywhere that Charlotte went that beau you'd always see,- It followed her to school one day, but the teachers didn't care- For this bow that Charlotte brought, she wore il in her hair! There was fessiea of our school, Who had so many hearts she didn't lfnow what to dog She broke all the rules regardless of "reps" Made love to them all, even down to the "preps," Eula will sing you a song Though it's not very long, Yet she thinlfs it as pretty as any. Hold your ears, or they'll burst But it might have been worse- Of good singers there's not so many. Little Miss Buclgler sat on a tujfet Eating her Cream of Hay She paid no attention to the time-honored spider, She was trying to diet her FAT away. Sing a song of wedding bells, a pocket full of rice, Save your old shoes for you'll need them in a trice Four and twenty blaelgbirds balfed in a pie When the pie was opened, the birds began to sing, julia Mae Caldwell is to be married in the Spring! , . H' ,1-, , J.-. . . .. ,. ' , .,,,,., I! X -, V - , .,., ,,:. 4 A.,...,.. ...,. , . Qi , T... War ess wg? - ! ' V -if. ff f 5:527- Xx J Ng VZ X' df 'X f V X M , 3 .f JV Hamp, he was a preacher's son X f He learned to play when he was young. V V, X The only tune that he could play, V 1 M Was, "Little girls, please run away." 0 Xl liz, Now Hamp with his playing, made such a noise Z LN, That he pleased the girls, but hardly the boys, M ' But all the tune that he would play Was "Little girls, please run away." x Virginia wanted to elocute And thought she'd take the prize ,' Cot scared at the crowd And cried out both her eyes. But when the crowd applauded, With all her might and main, She started out to elocute And cried them in again. Oh lda, she was a merry little girl, A merry little girl was she, She called for her powder, She called for her curls, And she called for her feathers three. "Oh where are you going my pretty maid 9" "I am going a-flirting, sir," she said. Our classical poet went to Old Mother Goose To get poor Katherine a rhyme, But when she got there, There were none to spare, And to make one herself She did not have time. -A. GOSLING RUIN STARES ME IN THE FACE, I HAVE FORGOTTEN MY POWDER BOX.-V. L. B. ww Q.,. .,i. .Xl 2 wg' . ,,, , .,.,.. ......,,.,. . -i J ' ' " ' ji P f " W M ' x a . i .ff Qs If Bibs M As 1 fide, as 1 fide, M With a pony for my guide Q So its gait roclfs my side M1 As I ride, as I ride. M Thai, as she were double-eyed She in whom our class confide Might not descry, ways untried As I ride, as I ride. As 1 ride, as 1 ride. Through our Plautus and his allied. Who dares chide our class' guide As we ride, as we ride? Or are witnesses denied? Through our Terence, waste and wide Does it glide, unespied, As 1 ride, as I ride? As I ride, as 1 ride, Never spur on my pony plied, Yet his hide, yellow and pied, As 1 ride, as 1 ride, Shows where sweat has sprung and dried -Zebra-footed, ostrichdhighed- You with our teacher it has vied As 1 ride, as I ride. As 1 ride, as 1 ride, When an inner voice has cried, The lessons slide, nor abide fAs 1 ride, as 1 ridej O'er each Livy homicide Then came vaunting-"Have I lied?" As 1 ride, as I ride. V. CWith apologies to Browningj si . 1i1 FRANCES OSBORNE HALLIE MCMILLAN LUCILLE BRITTAIN K. W. WHITSIDE SUSIE STERNE Qrtists QQ O strain of music has yet been heard that can equal that f VME N , V R j Qbssap on Cfhucatnun perfect harmony which is found within the gates of Educa- ZQ E323 tion. It is the one thing that makes us as liberal when we .-1 K I look upon the faults of others as when we look upon our f 2 Q a E 5 own. It has the power to bring order out of chaos, and when we get it we begin first to realize how little we know. It is the one thing that makes your reputation as well as your character your own. It is unlike money-once it is yours, no man can rob you of your possession. It teaches use, and not abuse: keeping the purse heavy and the heart light. It brings knowledge, power, and understanclingg and much to be desired is understanding. -I. MCLEOD llllllll l o n Z ilrlmiilrlf HER CARDINAL VIRTUES LIE IN HER HAIR.-F. R. O. '37 ff W eLXerxd.axri -4- Z. fur 191243 rg I iw I School Opening September I3 I W Y. w. c. A. I4 September I Euchrestian Reception to New Girls .,,,..,, September 23 M'.s Robinson Entertains the New Girls .... September 27 Diatelean Reception to New Girls .,...ttt...,..,.tt.,,,.,...... September 30 .wg German for the New Girl ...,.........,..... 4,1-' Hallowe en Party ....,.,.,.,,.,t...,,.,,t,,,,... Music Faculty Recital .,.....,....... Students Mu.ic Recital ................. Class Basket ball Tournament Recital by Miss Rusk Reception to Dav dson Boys Seniors Entertain Sophomores Euchrestian Sale Students Expression Recital ennie Brice Trial Christmas Recess un or Box Party to Seniors Play by Dramatic Club- A Girl in a Thou and Annual Public Reception Masquerade German Students Music Recital Sophomores Entertain Seniors Student Expression Recital G C 5 L 1 Q pw 1 ' Q W I 4 ' , ' .Q F A I 'N I Q s A J ' ' ' ..................,,.. ...........,..........,,...... Diatelean "Fair". .,................,............. .,,...,..,....,v,..........,........,.... J anuary ll 1 ' ll VI ' J I .......................................,. ...... Senior "Box Party" to juniors .................. .............. Miss Palmer Entertains the Seniors ...........,... Students' Music Recital ,,,.,..,.,...,..,,.,.,,.,..,.,,.,,..,.. Play by Dramatic Club, "A Man in the Casen.. Students' Music Recital .................,,.....,....,,....... Miss Traywiclfs Graduating Recital .......... Miss I..iIIard's Graduating Recital ,....,..... Miss VoIIer's Graduating Recital .......,... Mifs CalcIweII's Graduatng Recital ........,., Miss McLeod's Post-Graduate Recital l........ Mr. StirewaIt's Graduating Recital ......... Students' Expression Recital ................. Baccalaureate Sunday ..i,,,......,, Annual Concert ................ Graduating Exercises ,.... .,,....,i..October 5 ........October 26 ,...........,,November 3 ...........,,,,NOVembef November I9 to 21 November Z4 November 28 .December 7 December 7 December 9 December I4 December 70 to january 2 .January 24 .February 3 ..........February I0 t.....,,,February I5 ,,.....,,February I8 .,.......February 22 .....,......March 3 ..,,,.March 6 ,......,.March I2 .,.,..,,..March I7 ....,.,March 31 ,,,,,.,,ApriI I4 ..,.....ApriI 21 ,,,,....ApriI 25 ...,.c..ApriI 28 ..,..,..May 5 ,,......May 6 ..........May I2 ,,...t,...May I6 ..,.. May I8 ,,,,,,.,May I9 .May 20 I X 9, fy X 7 EvvPvvxM1Q Qmuf -X51-Uafqp- IICEXNEOE XBxmi'QfE.s AWNNWNE-E HBYEV' 'qfgg N'du.XG.A -XTXQQTHXAL T5 - X'T'XxN'x'vxxi Qui 'iii 'bxmw-wks. Qveiksvxmw WBCQ E xv? CXX-xQ.?kE T-UEXAL Vx bm li G x wi NP' WZKXQVGQLYW xvfcbm-wx 9, mxxmp 'Vvxf,x.,X koxwbu-ww TX NH-VX OV Z X 'ET D 4: X-iXXx LL nywix xXvQ bi P'm'XH ,YT MX: X3CAE'Yxx t Usfc A -RUNSSEXK tk RqSSE1x W vT9d1.Uwl9-Mfy Sk4'v,X.X3lh U Jingle xenunmfun. DRAMATIC CLUB DRAMATIC SCEN E L X -Wigs!!! , , M M I A 1 V WT ff , Y ,Z Ulbe Besson why Did you ever sit and wonder, sit and pronder, sit and think Why schoolgirls always have such loads of fun? lt's because they're young and happy, and their energies are flowing, And the bumps in life for them have not begun. I!,s because they never think about the serious side of life- Thiings that have been, or things that are to come,- We Q? ,. s ffl x ' ,J They're always up and doing, though cloudy be the day: Things are new to them, for life has just begun. lt's because they know things happen, but never question whyg They know they live today, that tomorrow they may die- But they're wise as any scholar who's taken his degree- For they can only tell us of the wonders that they see. Itls because they,re free from jealousy, that one besetting sin- That makes the whole earth miserable the minute it sets in, 1t,s because they do for others, as they,d have others do- For the heart within them's tender,' it knows but to be true, 1t's because they are forgiving, though often they're misjudged, By a world who calls them useless, because for it they,ve never drudgedg 1t's because the seeds are seeds of foy, they scatter on their way, That they do reap but happiness, when comes the harvest day- lt,s because they take their talents, Ee they one, or three, or ten, And make this life worth living, until there comes the end- So live today, and do your best, for time is ever flying-- And that same hope, that lived today, tomorrow will be a-dieing. -I. MCLEOD HIS SHE TALKING AGAIN, OR YET?"-I. Mei.. VI." 'Q ' '.T"o4?FU.' Y" fpr.-. A -O' 1 I 1 '99 E HKHQB-'Y .gg 4' 4-M ., iv vii! A ni. Fr Nfl mf 4 x nf' gf , . ., .- ,V 1- 4, . 5, . - ., V, , ' . ' ' 5 .4 Y ,T 'Q' TVR" 21, 3 3-jg ' M".-' bg- '.Vf"'. - . .,1.,pu'- 1- - .. ' -X f- 4 f - . -1 , .. '4'w,,. ' , 1 nip' 21' -, g- -A 111' - QV' 5 l -,fF. ',1, .-1-fa 14.22" - . NN ,N .-:..vl..m,.I4LN A. . 1 ,3119 x.,4:.1..3S. , , ,..'q,., .-14... , --,-.ew ,. -4 .aw , ,A N , '.,",4 . .7,. g..:6:,j..c V x .Ig V gv. tm... .' ff' 4 1131" f" ' 'ii' ' "fr I 'Q I 4 ' - 5 .. . ,-- - .. qv., . f , .- . .1 " u"j fw A "'-' 1,5-c. I 4h,,'46,.',' 1" A ...vm -4. ,- U" , ,N . K- 4 --.Q .QW .?,q,f , . 4 4 . ' . 4, - . . u- - Q ."- ,pr V , . " Q . f"i.'1-gig! 'gig-95 - "2 . n i r J 1 w -u u I . X , n 1 ' .u x. . - . 'f-.nv 1 1 .N M .k "f'.H'Yv 4 .r'-3 X . - - , . K - 4 .. gh - ,.'.kAf,-'ZW .gd . '7 ,-r . '- gf'-:Y ,Q I. .VJ dx n, .4 r .M ...pt ,,, .4 ' 1 .!' V "" .. .. av -fr ,. '.-s , ff ,-"' I. N ' ' I"' I I . ! f L 1 x 1 .4 f -7 'I K. Y' K Fa 51, W v s. . v ' x L .1 u 1 f A. - Q 4 ,,."' - X I ' A J ' 1 . f -v , . f ,El ' ., X ,'F! , . 1. . . x in Y S I x 4 I - v W qv 4 H 1 r" ' . .-12... ' c 1 ,. 4 e K. 46 D ' . 1 U, ' l 4,. . -5.45- 4 ,.,,. ' rl A -1. 4-4' 4.'!5u "f .11 I ,:'.'. . 1 , ' 4x-" I. .,,.', ,. ,X-um.. K .1 4. ..f' .. as gr L".-' K .-qu' 'iam 4 Nh ' ff- 'f"'Y41f".g-1,'3'n'4", lv' . ww-.-, X- -3? ' . .,', X, 3: X X . XVX., ,XX,.XXX- X, XX 5 ff XX X Q',XL- -".' 4- '-2 .f 'ff -Nj X- :.X'X X . XX X 'V 'xv X X , 5., X . X X ,fp X V ,X ia: X . -2" , - ":,'3x'.a I "Y, X , 1 J , M? 'v XXXX' ,.-.-' 4 -f f" ' 1' 4- .1 X X" jiiif lx- 4 ,T Sn. " ' , X,--.9-ft., XX 527' , pf , f" X ., , F QX, mg 2 ., 1 Q .1:l'5.1Xuxj.' ' ' ' "YH, -, 'N X . ". , 'ft W. 'lf ' 1 A :affix 1 , . XX 1 -:X-s4,,,q.-HX X. u ., 'X.'5XXN,' ' ' -' wfv.'9:'l ,a X' X1, XL XJR.. f ., , XX, y X -'J -'XX',.jX , 1 , ' ' . rr ' . ,, MX ,XX X ,Xl X ZFX X-, -'J ' J M' Af! " Xw, XX X ,X .X , ,X Xu, X , X. f..' ' '., .3 MQ -V ,fXy':1, l . X ,X H X, X XX X X ,V X77 . WN. - .. H 1 . .X .L 1 ,X .. MA A ?' X - ,X.,XXXX 1 , . N Q. .A , 'sr.'x:.:--llillrlnvni-A '. U 'L , ,X X 1 -mm-XXX',X' , 1- .mX. . X A X ,X -, -2' . I -QL. -x' 1: XML. td F , 4. , ., 5 , , ' ' 3,-l ' . 'J' 41X -I -14 , ' X X "','X.r.1f: I."v7 . 4 X - . '0 4 '1 Y D 'A V X "sly: -:,..gpfP:' ' J Xfffiv 1.1 '.?XX.-5. XX- gif: n .-X. :r,.'Tqn. . .QX .!.K-- 4 51. 3'-N 1' X I " X ,X -21651 'Lg ,. X ,Y . ' X ' ' X6- ,Xm '-X-'. :fX,f' X' '-'X ' X HX xg...-'X.gX1 .fu 'X - ggi-52 I X XXX - X , I ' I. '-all: -XM. -53 X., Q' X- .xXXg,- v I - X . 5 5- 'xl-,4." ' l' .565 . A ' . ,H lr X . 9 X.. , a f X - ' 4 . X ' I' X V ' , 'f3'4XkX'1!v. '?'. ' . X ' X . ,. X X X . 1 X x - EXA 'XX I .'. 1 .gY.,, X1 -,'d": '.. gX e-X'- U ... ' X . - XX. X ' X gl lf, ,yy fi" ,"' qn'.'L X ' , I1 F I . X, 25' 9.x ' X 5 "-31 XX X X 4, ' ":, X XX- ,X " X X.- X? X. 'Ls-.. , X ..., ,XL X, X 5 1. I ' XT' X N 1, ,RX .4 , . X I ' . 11 , 1 X nu, ' ..l':' ' XFX .X I -X--1. . 'K ,'.,Xv .X .X 'KX . .7 XX. - .-5' .' ' Q . X I 1 .X X XX X Nl X X ,R ' N , N -X Q , X . 'Veg an A TX - X X .L 1 H . X1, ' I X ,. X,-f. -vp UQ.. -1-' ' ',. I ' A 1 "IH X' -'! , X 'X wg -32. X.-5.X ,J , X, . gl. XX .I-guy, X I vm . LxCE"S:Vl-XXXX'-.2 . .X 145 H -BH-" -1+-1 I w..1,,4 hun... .Swv DIATELEAN LITERARY SOCIETY HALL DIATELEAN LITERARY SOCIETY SECOND TERM F 1 SSW J W Ciba Elatelean literary bounty F : V' I M 1 Ad A er A 0 LOWER io et OTTO stra p spera J Q' 'i' 'lr' 'J x IS, '- ' A -I '- -'.-. -' V, 'i'yf -A" ..,.-f3,f?.'3-5i.iif.1-':...gafpfq5i11g'.i1a'fffgg+f,1i5 XL ,I S W 9 Q ff , N 3 Lu, - f .., fi M! . x,N X I N Rf I ff I X' Mx K f x I V ' X I ft E X ,. OFFICERS FIRST TERM RUTH KEISTER JESSICA VANN JULIA MAE CALDWELL LILA SUMMER IDA EFIRD IRENE MCLEOD KATHLEEN STERNE MARY KEISTER MARIE JAHNZ BONNIE MAUNEY MARY STUART ALEXANDER HULDA JAHNZ HILDA CONYERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer First Critic Second Critic Censor Librarian Managers Pages 'ir' 'ul- MEMBERS RUTH KEISTER JESSICA VANN CHARLOTTE RUCKER LILA SUMMER IDA EFIRD IRENE MCLEOD KATHLEEN STERNE MARY KEISTER BONNIE MAUNEY MYRTLE GRAY MARY STUART ALEXANDER I-IULDA JAHNZ HILDA CONYERS MARY STUART ALEXANDER JULIA MAE CALDWELL HILDA CONYERS GRACE EFIRD IDA EFIRD MYRTLE GRAY MARY GRIFFITH I-IEDELIA I-IANNE PEARL HARPER I'IULDA JAHNZ MARIE JAHNZ MARY KEISTER RUTH KEISTER VIRGINIA LILLARD LUCILLE MASON BONNIE MAUNEY IRENE MCLEOD FLETA MOORE MARY MCNEILL MIRIAM PARKER GRACE PATRICK ANITA RITTENBERG ANNIE B. ROPER CHARLOTTE RUCKER KATHLEEN STERNE SUSIE STERNE LILA SUMMER ARABELLA THOMAS XM ex!! Q N Eiatelean Sung Come nolv, Dialeleans slrong, ww .. s , K ffl lm v f 'LN li Every one join in the song, Of purple, lilac, colors lrue, Forever dear lo me and you. REFRAIN Oh, Diatelean, name so dear Which 'DJ6,ll forever love lo hear! With filial love our lnosorns swell We'll ever guard thy safely well. Our nwllo should us each inspire A higher, iruer life to acquire. We love to hear ils Ivorcls proclaimed, "Ad astra per asperaf'-REF. The modes! violet so pure, Which for our flower Ive procure, ls teaching us on lnencled lfnee, Of innocence ana' purify.-REF. , . A E u M 1 vs N i x 1 , " 'u ff' A :N ,nrt f 1 f- ' n' V Llc' W1 -.x A t Q I 1 y f w A... :Fu Q- "'.-. 3 s V. - Q ADV' '-.U5 n . , , :gg ' H' J, ..s. . X , ,us f -.W '. J wx A f ' , f ,lj-rii ' 1 . X ,, ' ,tv ' .' . -,-:I 5 iqjlb ' .- 1' w , 1454 X , x ' .v . , Q ,- X .-'f-Nfn j f-aa: , ' W 'Irv- A,,'w"1y WJ' -1" 'fx 1- "Is-' . - , ,N . vig' ' , '- ' vu! J- ' i . :,,,4,, 1 gy r 1"' - k I' J! f - u . vw . gs ,V 0 . J I 1 A ,A I ,,f..14 J,. J 1 . ,wl , F V ,.. . ff -D ' 1 I ,.I,lL . - x 3 - ,M w I, I 11 L R x I - 1 5 4. .,,-- " . -1- 7. , A ' x '1 x- 1-- . , - ,.' , . -.1 1' 'ful U..- ' ' fl -N v v w 4. x . T J - . if N 1 Y , lv' 'W I .' f" A ',,J 1 J-7-gf L . J' , X . xy Q' Y Q'-5 - ,-Hr.. , -. up-f.j,. . jg ', . Af! ,- xp A 1 - r ' " f ,, '- .-P ' li?" 1 ." 'N ' -.v. A , J mf' ". -.4 ' .. .-1' 'z ' V1 ..: sr l ,grit . ,.. 29 .IW -3 .ua A L: lf-fha 1... . N 'Q m . .. , - -. 1n.',v EUCHRESTIAN LITERARY SOCIETY HALL EUCHRESTIAN LITERARY SOCIETY - ' f A 5 as NTT I J " rx F A f J N Vik' 1 I x K , , , 5 f 4 Qfucbrestnan 'literary Smarty M MOTTO: Esse Quam Videre COLORS: Creen and Cold X J xx! I, f Q FLOWER: Marechal Neil Rose STONE: Emerald fx LN, X QE . 'lr -1- N OFFICERS FIRST TERM SECOND TERM KATHERINE VOLLERS President KATHERINE VOLLERS HARRIET ORR Vice-President HARRIET ORR VIOLA BUCKLER VIDA MAUNEY LUCILLE GLENN FRANCES OSBORNE LUCILLE GLENN Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer First Critic Second Critic VIOLA BUCKLER VIDA MAUNEY LUCILLE GLENN FRANCES OSBORNE LUCILLE GLENN SARAH MOSELEY ALICE JOHNSON SUSIE WOOLLEY MYRTLE VOLLERS BLANCHE CRENSHAW EVA PAGE SARAH MOSELEY Censor MARJORIE ASBURY f LILLIAN PHILPOT Managers af Hal' L MYRTLE VOLLERS P f CHARLOTTE SMITH ages L EVA PAGE Librarian 4' -1' MEMBERS ASBURY, MARJORIE BRITTAIN, LUCILLE BRICE, OLIVE BUCKLER, VIOLA CRENSHAW, BLANCHE JOHNSON, ALICE GLENN, LUCILLE LENTZ, MARIE LUNDEN, MAY MAUNEY, VIDA MANNINC., MARGUERITE MERCER, ANNIE LEAH MARTIN, HELEN MOSELEY, SARAH ORR, HARRIET OSBORNE. FRANCES OLIVE, KATHLEEN PAGE, EVA PHILPOT, LILLIAN RUSSEL, RUTH RANKIN, MARGARET RANKIN, ELIZABETH SMITH, CHARLOTTE TRIPPE, MARY TEAGUE, EVA VOLLERS, KATHERINE WIX, HELEN WITHERS, BENNIE WOOLLEY, SUSIE r"-f W 1 - ,'A. Pm! I Q i Z Ds, I L f ' , -f X , - x ' I , , D , , , , ' Eating Eumerfs Qllbrlstlan Qssuuatwn Kem MoTTo: 'C ! Not by might nor by polver, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of Hostsm J f l ,Q 153 It I, E AIM: To bring girls to Christg to train up girls in Christy to send out girls for Christ 'Ir 4' OFFICERS KATHERINE lVOLLERS .iii.iii..si.,ii.,,i.,ii..si. .,...i.. iiii,i,,, P r esidenz JULIA MAE CALDWELL .L,L..II.. ........., V ice-President IDA EFIRD .................,....,... ..,...,.,.,,, S ecrclarp CAROLINA KOOPMANN .L,,.... ,,., ,,,,, ,i,, T r easurer -1- 4- CABINET MEMBERS KATHERINE VOLLERS LILA SUMMER JULIA MAE CALDWELL RUTH KEISTER IDA EFIRD HARRIET ORR CAROLINA KOOPMANN VIDA MAUNEY 'Xi' -X' HE Young Women's Christian Association of Elizabeth Col- lege 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 band 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 events, too, 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. s 1 're ff S f ' l ff? ' I ' f f lm awl' ' 9 ' i X em! IKSIUUHYP Uflftp I V OBJECT: ts. .. To instill in the souls of our girls the desire to respond to C0d,S com mand-"Co ye into all the world, and preach the gospel lo every creature." .V X 'N g 1 . . x., M K f-t i . , K 'Ir 'i' OFFICERS HARRIET ORR eeee,..... eee..,.,,..eeee.,ee....ee...,. V.....eeee.. P r Csiffenl LUCILLE GLENN ,,,,,e,ee,, ,,,,,,, V ice-President I-IULDA JAHNZ ..............e... ........... 5 ecrelafp ANNIE LEAH MERCER .,......Y eeee....ee .......,e T r easurer 4' 'Q' MISSION CLASSES HE general aim of our mission study classes is to acquaint the girls with the lives of great men and women, "the servants of the Kingng to show them how God has been with the mission- aries and how his blessing rests upon their work. We have found as the great aid in accomplishing these purposes our four mission study classes. Miss Katherine Voller's class studied "Heroes of the Cross of Americaf, by Don O. Sheltong Miss Ruth Keister,s class studied "Aliens or Americans," by Howard C-roseg Miss Ida Elird,s class studied "Servants of the Kingf, by Robert Speer: Miss Harriet 0rr's class studied "Princely Men in the Heavenly Kingdom," by Harlan P. Beach. , 'mg.11f"7,1..1'?' 35111 1 5"1'1:'-3-gg.:-1-fgqfsb 1, 1'1Q,X' 2' 1 N11 '.5 1 . 1,1 - 11, 1' .1: 1--1 , , 1 -- -...U ,P . .1, 1 1' F 1 1 1, ga . 'N 11 f 1x, 1. ,wwf fe 1,1 I r 1 1 Y N.. . ' , 1 4, 'J '1 111. 1 ,, 1 , I '- 1,1 A.. 1 'I. 'fm ' 11' Q4 1- 1, 1 '11 " 1' .W11 xi' 1 1 1,,111z,- '1 fr' , 1 1 11 ff 11 1,' u 111m 112' 11 1 1 1 111 ,.,,, 1111! ',"1131+, -1 , sc., 1 ' ' ,.1.1 1.1-1-7 4' 1 'Hx -, 1,1 4:1 ,4Q,5,,1 ,, 11 ny, rf aux 1 .-113 ag sf, . 1 f- 1-M, ' 1 1 ,111 .51 J 11 1. 1,11 .J 11.1 --511171 ,W .,, ....,1r,, 1-+1.,,i - .my DL, ,1-nr '1 ,X .1 2.1 10,41 1 H :1 1 'nj ' ' . 1. .g1f, -1 1 1 1. .1 1.1 1'114L M Q ,M fir. . ,lf J, 111 1 11'-,11-M 1, L .. .ji .,, .,,11v ha V, 1 121 '11 1 '- aw... -.jf , V, J.,-11 ...Iv ffl! ,p -.1'1 -,1 A. 'lo IRENE MCLEOD Physical Director ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 4- + Zltbletic 4!Bfficers JESSICA VANN ,.,I., I II,II.,II,, Presidenl LUCILLE GLENN ,..,,..,Y ,II,,I I fife-Presidenz KATHERINE VOLLERS EE,, EEE,EEEEEE S ecrelarp LOLA EFIRD Y,E..EEEE,.., EEEEE,E T reasurer WHO SAYS THIRTEEN IS UNLUCKY9 E A E f A XA X r 1 ,J , ef' fm? R EAAE , , W I T ff Lx s A mm Qeninr ?Basket:ZBaIl Team 'iv 'ir' MEMBERS SARA MOSELEY ......,,V.......,....... V .... ,.., ......v,.. C enter JESSICA VANN fCaptainQ AAAAAAAA... Forward KATHERINE VOLLERS ,..,E,E,,E RUTH KEISTER ....... .. IDA EFIRD EE.. .,,,V......,,Coal wcuard ,.,Cuard QQ JUNIOR BASKET-BALL. TEAM s EE ff' K f X vw? ff we I W , 1 ml E! Q?-J is M- fJ X' ,Ek W! X4-if gk Jf 5 M Eluninr ?8a5ketJBaII Uleam ANNIE B. ROPER . V..4 ,,A..,...AA .............,.............,..,.....A..... ,.. .,.. Centm LUCILLE GLENN. .......... . FRANCES OSBORNE ............. LILA SUMMER ....................,.... MARY KEISTER fCaptainD .,.E,EEE,. .Forward ,E....Coa1 ..ECuard ,ECuard SOPHOMORE BASKET-BALL TEAM We I N m 45 W f '.5 f'f s , ff M Qnpbumure Jgaskebigall Zlleam ALICE JOHNSON ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.........A..............,,... ,.A.,, ..... Center SUSIE WOOLLEY ,,,,R,,,, ,,,,, ..........,......v..., .. ..,. F 0 rward MARY STUART ALEXANDER fCaptainJ ...,.A..,,E EEEEE,,,E C oal HULDA JAHNZ ,....,.,.,V ,........... ............. . ,,.,,,,..., C u ard 'KATHERINE STEELE .L,.L ..... C uard FRESHMAN BASKET-BALL TEAM f E Wx! mls ,333 X X J X , ,Q NI J N N Q if 6 . 5.5.1 3 1 -..,.:-Q ig.: t-.'j.'A,7 Z.: 1 . 11 ,ll I K Q x x,hL , ,,.V, i .i,.' :.:.:1-'g":,v3: , 'x f, . ,L ' 5915. 1 H - 3 , I .ii - H 3355 .-.,.'4 : s g ! V - '- Q! PM f E s X VL 'ff 'Dk f N A ' - ' x S 'I Ax lx if X :Freshman Zgaskebigall Team ARABELLE THOMAS ... . 4 ,,...A,,...,, 4 ,A ,...,v ..,. A....,,..4.,,,.,,.A....,.Ax Cenier LUCILLE MASON ..,....,,,..,.4 ......... .. F orward LUCILLE BRITTAIN fCaptainD ..A,. .,,,,,,,,, C val BENNIE WITHERS ...........,, ..,, . ... C u ard MYRTLE VOLLERS... E.EE,.AEE Cuard IMMOBILITY DIMINISI-IES CONSPICUITY-SUGGESTION FOR THE FRESH. COLLEGIATE. BASKET-BALL TEAM I . ., .- .. 1-iifflilfi'-'.:.'.-1?.'i--:G "'-".4- if-1-I 1:32 '14v 3-rf-'Tri -n'-- 2- A ' ' ' "-,:- V'2'.-':'f.14"1'f:' '.'."-' :il .'-i'-. :af-1154-.fi-::.''-I'-if-,':iZ".2fgf71 . ,,,. ,f- f. -. . f fy f ' Q-l,'Qf2 ,A. f' -..1f Xl I 2 A J W . K 3 I' JIK Im IQ IN S Qlullegiate Basket : Ball Gram LUCILLE BRITTAIN .......................,..,................................. JESSICA VANCE fCaptainJ V........ ANNIE B. ROPER ...............,.,. ARABELLE THOMAS ,..S.S ,.... MARY KEISTER ......,.... KATHERINE STEELE. ........Coal ...Forward Center Side-center ......Cuard .........Cuard HL 1' SPECIAL BASKET-BALL TEAM fff E wx mv MQ we mm FJ -fi4f 5 Q f23:511251?-g35,55ifif-f'.f:',1'QQ?j':QeQi-5?5-,QQf:Q.'i,zjij?.jC333'g.'- ,:,.,q,.,j:.'-L-1:-'L 3-jg",-lr-,g.1-e"4 'W V X'-r .4A. -.V, f -,gf 157212, :T ' I 3 me AF ZTJW XX JJ? , A I Q . . f X, - , I ffyx' f , X X H 1 JK Special Basket : Ball Ulieam CHARLOTTE SMITH fcaptaml .....,.....,.T.T,........,............... . MYRTLE VOLLERS .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ARABELLE THOMAS .......... HELEN WIX ,......,.,,,, ....... BENNIE WITHERS ........ MINNIE CONYERS .....,.. ......Cuard ..,....Cuard ......,...,Center ,Side-center ...Forward S I, mg' W3 S5 Q 5-7f.ffZ fax K .' JI dm xv ex!! Xt 'NNI' I J M we Q KA? ww! , Cfuebrestian Basket: Ball Team .., N f V I - J. l Q, ,H X N 'R LUCILLE BRITTAIN CCaptainJ .........,................................. .......,.... Coal SUSIE WOOLLEY ,...,,,,,.,,.., ........... Forward SARA MOSELEY .,,,,,,,, .......... C enter JOHNSON ,.,..,,., ,,,,,.,, ,,,..,, S i de-center FRANCES OSBORNE ........ ......... C uard LUCILLE GLENN ....., 1 .... ......,.... .......... C u ard 'lr 4- Eiatelean Basket : Ball Team MARY STUART ALEXANDER ,.,,,,..,,,,...,,..,.,..,,,,,,,,,....,.....e.... Forward JESSICA VANN CCaptainJ A...... ............ C oal ANNIE B. ROPER .....I............ .,,........ C enter ARABELLE THOMAS .,,,,,,,, ...,,.. .S ide-center RUTH KEISTER ..II.......... ........,.. C uard ...,..Cuard MARY KEISTER ........ ,,,, M V! fl ix' I Ginn Interesting Jfarts ABOUT THE CLASS BASKET-BALL TOURNAMENT NOVEMBER I9 to 21,1912 T'1. "t' T,,, , . , 'E71'ij" i3.Ffr,f:f ITT -l"f' , 'iii '-1.A re T j T T N g s i X ,N - ,fl fix- H s f ff 'W I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX X. Total number of goals made by each class: Senior-76 Junior-39 Sophomore-55 Freshman-40 Seniors the champion basket-ball players of E. C. Sophs. defeated the Juniors C21-93 on the first day of the tournament. Freshmen defeated the Sophs. C20-195 on the last day of tournament. The organization of the "Junior Society." The self-eonhdenee of the Juniors. The e once ir of the Sophomeree. The joy of the F reshmen-on the last day of the tournament. The Juniors "bring up the rearn in the total number of goals. The undying bliss of the Seniors -I. B. E. TELL ME MY FAULTS, BUT MIND YOUR OWN.-S. M. ai f -13,01 .uf 'z ,,1.. .af lf--, .f, 1 ti. ,jf-Y: , 15,15 11,5 P W 1 lwfqrfl' -1 1111" V- " 111 1 .,, 1. ,,,1, 111 S 4 ' ' ' 1 1,1 -'.,11'1 1 :1 1 ., 1' 1, 0 "2 "X Q1 .. 1 Xi 4 , I 1 1 1' ' 1. 1 1. .- ' 1'. 1 -HM111' 1 11 1. , 1 1 1, 1 1 ,.. r ' .1 111 11 ' , 11 111 -1 ,1 11-11, 1' , 1 1 1' 'QV' 1 - ,411-1 . V ' . 1 1 w,.1.!,'.- 1 fu , J 11, 1 I -,, ,11 1 1 ,,1 I ,, '19 -. -y-.. f 1 'r"f:, 1 ' fu .,. 1,-, .1 ..1 1, , 1 . 1 1 1,.. QI .11,. 4 1 ' W1 sq ,911 ,A ., J1 ' WV .1.,,' 1 '1 ' 11' 7 ,Q I 1'1' ,sn -1 'Q .H1."iNf1 'u V 1- x'1'1!n1g11 0 1:-,1 ' L 11 H, 11111 H urn: N fl XM c XZ Q Q M, DoN'T 4 , DoN'T W M Bun ts g ON'T ask the Seniors to name their privileges. DON'T ask Marie if she has or ever did have a Hheartf, DONT ask Ruth and Ida what they did Friday, Novem- ber I5, l9l2. mention secret societies to the Juniors. forget to stop breathing when you leave your room to go into the hallways. - L M ! h Q X . 53 .. jf sm as f- i 'X ff , J fi S If 10 1 DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT DONT forget to register when you leave for church, and also when you come back. ask the girls why they lock their doors when they leave their rooms. ask anyone where Hulda and Ida areflook in Room No. 38. ask Viola what she does to reduce her avoirdupois. ask Irene what she thinks of something-she might tell you. ask the Juniors if they were ever surprised. ask Charlotte Rucker how much she likes Miss Robinson. ask Marie where anything is-look for yourself. mention HOME to Carrie. ask Crenshaw to recite-if you don't want to hear her. ask Ruth to stay up "after lights." ask the Seniors when they wrote their theses. be surprised at anything you hear or see. ask Ruth why she goes uptown so often. try to argue with Miss Palmer. ask Mary C-rifhth how many hours of work she has. ask Mary McNeil how often she spends the night out of her own room. ask l-lulda and Ida anything about Myers Park. ask Miss Robinson why she has such a splendid First-Year French class. mention "Ice Factory" to Miss Hawkes. fri de x wx Q' Q "" .lf . 4 -9 4' Q D tk -f Qx , .5 is Mi' NORTH CAROLINA CLU B A f S wig pw as X46 J X Xml A HI! Q f H .. 45 f . , f ' " KI' R f ' 5 I 9 XIX ff 1 ' J X -'f I Q I , K 'vi - A XX ew T2 janrtb Qllarnlina QEIuh JESSICA VANN ... 4 ..,.. . ....... . .v w.A...w.. .............V.VAA . ........ C Ovfffwf KATHERINE V01-LER5 ,,,.VAV ,A,,., L ieuienanl-Governor I-IARRIET QRR D,,,---. ,v ,A,,,-,,,A,,, 7AvV,A,, S ecrelary of Slate MARY STUART ALEXANDER EEEE..... AA.A,AAAAA,,AAAA T reasurer LUCILLE 'BRITTAIN .......,.A.A,..... ................. A udiior J, M, CALDWELL .,A,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,EEEE.EEE, .,.... A t torney-General COMMITTEE JESSICA VANN HARRIET ORR LUCILLE BRITTAIN MARY GRIFFITH IDA EFIRD CHARLOTTE SMITH ANNIE L. MERCER GRACE EFIRD RUTH RUSSELL SUSIE WOOLLEY ALICE JOHNSON MYRTLE GRAY MARGARET RANKIN KATHERINE VOLLERS MYRTLE VOLLERS ANNIE B. ROPER J. M. CALDWELL FLORA NORTHROP GRACE POLLICK EVA TEAGUE FLETA MOORE BONNIE MAUNEY VIDA MAUNEY IRENE MCLEOD KATHLEEN OLIVE ELIZABETH RANKIN VANITY, LIKE MURDER, WILL OUT.-M. V. buutb Clllarnlina f!EIuh MARIE JAHNZ ,,,.-.,,,,.,. ...,....,..,,..,.,,..,,,.,,,....,.,,..,,,,,..,...... ,,.........A....A..,,.,,,. C 0 vernor CARRIE KOOPMANN ...,,,., ,.,...,,. L ieutenant-Governor HULDA JAI-INZ ......... ,,,,.,. S ecrelary of State EVA PAGE ............., ,.,.....,.,,.,,,,.,,........... ................. T r easurer COMMITTEE LII.A SUMMER ANITA RITTENBERG MAY LUNDEN CARRIE KOOPMANN EVA PAGE MARIE JAHNZ HELEN WIX I-IULDA JAHNZ ff 'MS N db' N2 db Y ?.?NX5-Sigfgfiffl , -,:-L 4i,f,...4.f- ,i:"" ' ' si- -vbuku 'bwx'21MS'L'A'E' HALLIE MCMILLAN , .,. ......4. ,,, A..,, .. C I1 ief SUSIE STERNE A. ,,....A I . President AMY COLT ..,A.,,... .4... ... ..,., , I ,. .,A. T reasurer 4' -If MEMBERS AMY COLT JULIA MCNINCH HILDA CONYERS CLARA CLEGGS MRS. WILSON WALLACE BERNICE EDMUNDSON ANNIE B. ROPER LUCILLE BRITTAIN IRENE MCLEOD DOROTHY MASON SUSIE STERNE HEDELIA HANNE BENNIE WITHERS HALLIE MCMILLAN FRANCES GSBORNE CLARA KING batman Quartet Qlllub HULDA JAHNZ 4,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, S Oprano IDA EFIRD .......,.... ,,,,,..,,, A lm MAME JAHNZ ,,,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,, T enor RUTH KEISTER ..,,,,.... ,,,,,,, B ass 'iv -ir TOUR OF THE CLUB From the German Recitation-Room of Elizabeth College to Elizabeth College Gymnasium 'ic' 'Q' REPERTOIRE "Die Lorelei." "Du Bist Wie Eine Blumef, Hstille Nachtf, "Ein' Feste Burgf, "O Tannenbaumf' "Die Wacht Am Reinf' "Ach Wie Ist's Nloglichf' Nl-loch Soll Er Lebenf, "Deutschland Uber Alles." "O Du Lieber Augustin." "Du, Du Liegst Mir Im Herzenf' SK-a-g-5 JULIA MAE CALDWELL SUSIE WOOLLEY GRACE EFIRD LILA SUMMER fi- -1' 'NOUGH SAID! JUNIOR OD SOCIETY X 1 X JQ W Xu! x.k:! f 6 .- z 91 X-4 X f , - ' -eff iff? - I M' N Y ' N " ifffi Ezif.'jj.f:j - 1 "' , .pri ff 1 Mfg A-,C 1 x W , K ,.,,, K . 'Q 8 I 'x 72 X Zluniur CD Society MoTTo: Th - - -! COLORS: Black and Cold '!r'+ MEMBERS MARY KEISTER ANNIE B. ROPER LUCILLE GLENN FRANCES OSBORNE LILA SUMMER I-IARRIET ORR W Q THE WOULD-BE SUFFRAGISTS SS N Q WS it The "5uffragists" ff I . MOTTO: "Ever onward, we will win" . .1., I refs.:-'.13':1Zff'l1-f rw- fl-.5-'f1?'F, ",- Q -7i"3F'5'F.: H' - ' 1'-1 -.', P'1f'1'f"'r1': 4'.-' if -'-', ' -'I':'f-'FW-l'f.f:?-:'ie'-:fff.-i-1if"-2 -' -- ' Q 'W -L -'xiii '1'4- ',',', -ifff.iff-222221-i-2fff,2a',:eiqzprg-111'ggi' f A1 0 QS NH A I M - vm 1 M ' VN , K , xx. fl W . K . I Ax COLORS: Yellow and White HARRIET ORR ........V. LUCILLE GLENN A.,,,.,4 JESSICA VANN ,..,.... SUSIE WOOLLEY ,........ LUCILLE BRITTAIN LUCILLE GLENN VIOLA BUCKLER DEE I-IANNE 'ir' 'ir' OFFICERS 'ir 41' MEMBERS ,,,-,.,,,,,-,President L...I,...Vice-Presideni ...,L.........,Secretary Treasurer MAY LUNDEN SUSIE WOOLLEY JESSICA VANN HARRIET ORR MISS IRENE B. PALMER, Honorary Member LET MEN SAY WHATE,ER THEY WILL, WOMAN, WOMAN, RULES THEM STILL V ui d 6 K' A 'eihf Q A.1, 4A...., pm f V ig .:,'5.-V1 NX IX fa f , A K ' K I , 4 Xf MI QQ je E. ce. K I af -If MEMBERS A MARY MCNEILL MARY GRIFFITH ALICE JOHNSON SUSIE WOOLLEY CHARLOTTE SMITH ANNIE LEAH MERCER ELIZABETH RANKIN GRACE EFIRD 4- 4- TOAST Here's to thee and thy folks From me and my folks- Sure there never was folks, Since folks was folks, Ever loved any folks Half as much as me and my folks Love thee and thy folks Q ,EAR , -IU x 7? THREE TWINS Mex s , -40 M9 QQ t M, .,'b.f ,',:A I X gt. - .1 ml -. ! "Gibran Gimme" MARY KEISTER HARRIET ORR LUULLE GLENN HOBBY-"Middle," DELIGHT- To be together. 19 HORROR-"To see the other two without me. FAULT-None. Lrg JZ N M MQ QP ,. x JNM It ,..f IAQ it , , E s1sTERs' CLUB TH l ' " ' L ! " ,, .iii ' f NI 'Y My ffzk- if I-Q W , K 'N-W ' I f ff lg X T .f The batters Qllluh QQ ' T3 'TE lm! "BIG" SISTERS' MOTTO: Never do anything that you can malfe your M QX kg little sisters do. HLITTLEH SISTERS, MoTTo: Never obey your big sisters. 'II' 'if' BIG SISTERS ' MARIE JAHNZ RUTH KEISTER MARGARET RANKIN KATHERINE VOLLERS LITTLE SISTERS I-IULDA JAHNZ MARY KEISTER ELIZABETH RANKIN MYRTLE VOLLERS 'ul' 4' OUR AMBITION MARIE JAHNZ ..II,,LL., ..L,.,I......,,N.,,...,,,,,......,L...L...LIIL..LV... T o go abroad RUTH KEISTER ,,,,,.,,,,L,,I L,L,,,,,, T 0 be o Society leader MARGARET RANKIN ..,...... I...e.....,...........I.I. T o be a pianist KATHERINE VOLLERS .......... HULDA JAHNZ .,.LiILL.... MARY KEISTER ,...........,, ELIZABETH RANKIN ,....... MYRTLE VOLLERS ...,, ...t...t.To lne a naval officefs wife ....,.,t.,., To lne an opera singer be an actress ....,....To own an automobile ...,.. To lne a trained nurse THE ROUND DOZEN CLUB Q E s .T 11, .vhq T .' - T Q --f-'f,1 9:1 ,1,:'1 -f'. f PM N M My rx f R 5 1x I . M xv GX!! Q ww ,, vw XR LN X I QQ T ll !! N Buunh Eugen OBJECT: 91 Duas RANKIN ....,V.......w. DUMPsY" WOOLLEY .A4.. POLLY" EFIRD .......... LEN Wlx ..,,..,,.,....,.... LEAKN MERCER .........,. BLANCHAH CRENSHAW NITAH R!TTE.NBURG .... . BUMPUs" RANKIN .,...., . PEGGY" GRIFFITH ...... . OT" SMITH FRECKLESH MCNEILL so AL JOHNSON .......,..,E.... PLACE OF MEETING: Room 33 "To Raise a Row" 'i' 'lr' . EE"Kill that bear" ..,..,"1 Wonder Who,s Kissing" ......,....,,,"He-he-heath Non: wan! lo be You are my Harbor of Love Baby Rose E.. .........."Conduetor Man ,G.,.f'S0meone else is geliing ith ,,,,"Do1vn Soulfzu ..,E,.f'Billy, deaf' ,enusleepy Head" 19. QE. CASEY ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, LUCY ,,....... DEE ,.,..... PEGGY ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, PHILPOT .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,Y..YY OLIVE fhonorary member, ..,,Y,E ,..ww...YEE.E.,EE L -If 'Ie MOTTO: Sleep, Sweel Sleep COLORS: Lavender and Blue SONG: fi' 'ie YELL: Turn on alirlsg all alalher 'round me, Casey, pass ll1e clwcolales- Now, all loclaiher, lel's give our yell: Wah! Wal1.'.' WalI!.'.' "BeLsy!" 'ie 'ir GARSH! ....,.........GRANNY DICK! NOW, GO ON! TELL! PETERICKTUNE ........BY JIMMINY! FLOOR: Powder "Sleepy Head" PLACE OF MEETINGS: Banks TIME OF MEETINGS: Night-time fof Course, GOOD NIGHT! ! ! ! !! " 1 I x I c g g B -- .212 5 gf: . f ' - ' L ,L X , E, ,4Qseiaesgzfffy.1-21132: :.-Q-.1 '.5:,.2'5Qi1 I Q 'Y .I - N mxv I 0 l X B I 5' 'L r f rs Nm M Qc wbcfs wha at QEIi5ahetb M L! It tg' I . i Best natured ........................4....... ...........V....-------4"---,,.4--- ---,---44-,--,--,- Best dresser ..... ......,....... --..-.. Mozt sarcastic ........ Brightest ................., Most intere:ting .......,. Preltiest .................., Most :tudious ..,.. Most popular ...,., Noisiest ..,........... Biggest l'lirt .....,......,,,, Nlost inlluential .......,,. Most peculiar ,....,.... Most athletic ....... Most generous.. Best dancer ..,.,,,,. Biggest T. W ...,.,.. Accomplished .....,.. Affectionate .......... Handsomest ..,............ Most indifferent ........ Most sincere .............. Biggest "Tomboy" ...... .. Most graceful .,......,.. .. Most musical ......... Attractive .,,....r... C SMITH H ORR JXANN B CRFNSHAW M PARLER B MAUNEY 1 VANN l'lANlNE .H. ORR j. M. CALDWELL j. VANN B. ROPER S. ALEXANDER H. l"lANNE L. GLENN CONYERS B. ROPER KEISTER VOLLERS THOMAS MCLEOD G. EI-'lRD F. NORTHROP Proper ...........,. ,.............. H . ORR Reliable ...... ....... K . VOLLERS Versatile ..........., .......... L . GLENN Religious ,............... ........... H . ORR Most conceited ................. ........ R . KEISTER Fascinating ...,...................... ........ A . B. ROPER Biggest "heart" smaslier ....... ...................,. J . VANN Biggest loafer ................ ................ M . GR!!-'FITI-I Vainest ......................... .................... M . VOLLERS Most critical ..,..... ....... . S. ALEXANDER Best all-round ,.., .... ...................,. L . GLENN Biggest boss ..... ............... T . MCLEOD jolliest .,........... ........ L . PHILPOT Cutest ...,............. .,.......... M . GRAY Neatest ...................... .................. H . ORR Most original .............,... ....... B . CRENSHAW Most accommodating ........ ....,............. H . ORR Biggest old maid .............. ........ A . W. MERCER Most susceptible ......... ........... L . BRITTAIN Most dignified ........ ............ T . EFIRD Biggest Hatterer. ....... L. PHILPOT Optimistic ...... ............ M . GRAY Pessimistic ..... .......... L . GLENN Fickle .............,... ........ R . RUSSELL Most admired ......... ......... A . B. ROPER ORR Most respected ..,.... Nicest ...........................,....,,.......................................,. .....,........,..,..,,....,,,.,,, K. VOLLERS I LOVE YOU WELLQ BUT TOUCH NOT MY PURSE.-D. H. ...fffff.fQfff. 'f V. .i.. .... L. -GLENN .,.. Q VANN M THE JOLLY FEASTERS - .,. ,I --,., 11, 'f-. I f ,',.AA,1: ff f ' XI IM gp, I, The Elnllp jfeasters jg LN, MOTTO: "Eat, drink, and be merry." A f SONG: "Pass Around the Bottle, and We'll All Take a Drink" r n r'rr Q s, , LF -. ek 'ir' TIME OF MEETING: I2 a. m. PLACE: Room 36 FAVORITE DISH: "Turkey" FAVORITE DRINK: Hchanspagnen 'fr 'lf' THE FEASTERS Leader .......... I.....,.......,,EE,,I........,.,,. E,EYI,. ' ' KATU Toastmistress ...,. .,.,.,.,,,,,.v, M ARIE The two devils ........ .I....,. 1 HULDA 1 IDA Bonepickers . ,. UKOOKIEH HPUDGEH Doorkeepers .... ....,.. .,..... .... ....... . A A C RENSHAWH MYRTLE Honorary Member-"WONKE" HTHERE WAS A SOUND OF REVELRY BY NIGHT! " DE HOOLIGANS e f 45093 QE vfyf x r fy, X In V, -... ' if25fQa','-1.z.-.-ar.-sg,rf4-1gee:-:esf.zff.gai-2-.13s.1'f,.j.a1'fff:211g".z'1ffff-swag-51g3,fj2g iikssa-asf EQ Y ' " I Z ma - 1 N hl -, x R J " ' 'L " N, V.i5ffffVj-iff ff I fi Fw ,:.f f x 1 , X ' 5 Q S tf ,JO Tl If f! l :jj Xi 'Nl ,J f I Ee Ilaunligans LILLIAN PHILPOT ,,,.A,,.,.,,,..,..,,,,..,..,,,..4.,,...... ................. S ambo MARY KEISTER ,,,,,,, ..,........ C loomy Eyes JESSICA VANN ,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,..,,,.,.,,.,.... P a RUTH KEISTER ..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,...,....... ,.....,........,....... M a MARY STUART ALEXANDER .,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,., S Cary Willum IRENE MCLEOD .......,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,4,.,. .........E......,. H appp MYRTLE GRAY ...,... ,,YY,..EE, F ritz ANNIE B. ROPER .,,..... ..,.,,.... .YE,E.,vY H a ns 'if 'ir YELL: Hee haw, hee haw, hee haw, hee: Never gel caught in devillry! D.C 91 N am ff J ,, , , ,. ..,, ,,,- . .-.Wg W X ,: -.A.1f ,p1':,- 1 1, .-.. '.:.':.'.f I-.511 ':'. '.g.', i-I-2l'.'Q'-:".'f ."'-'1' Z A ' I MSL T A fix 5 ff N i mm 2 r .1.-..?1?g,23E2:':-,if-gi.iS9rf-'ffff'5 'Lai-if.'J:'f'i1f-if A f ' :EPI-AI:'5.is1:f'512irZ1:Q-Tf?fl.vQi'2?5z1155155111fi:1'f-151'-'51,-2113f2'.-.nf':A:fa24f.i1.' Z,',L'.Q2'-,av ,'.' 1 ',..'- 2-42'-T ',- .- f" 1 -f ."' ' "'- --f' - - " 'ff 1 ' " f W K K ' '., X , K K . 5 1 fx E X Q W A K I B. QL. -lr 'Q- OFFICERS LILLIAN PHILPOT .....A A. ........., .,........, . ....... P r esidcnl I-IILDA CONYERS ,....,,. . . . 4 S ecretary MYRTLE GRAY ....,....A ....V,4.,..... . A ......... ....4.... T r e asurer MoTTo: ? ? ? 'if' -R' MEMBERS MARY STEWART ALEXANDER IRENE MCLEOD HILDA CONYERS LILLIAN PHILPOT MYRTLE GRAY MIRIAM PARKER MARY KEISTER ANNIE B. ROPER RUTH KEISTER B. P.M 1 ffl XJ ' x K 3, .4 M xv Lx!! Q xx LX X 1 K A f A A6 'wig .E , . A .. I , f 'I -.W Vg -. ",' .":'1':I5I TI I Mk f ' X X gy Q XV I ., - .., V 33. SB. 1311. MOTTO: "Memory's leaflets close shall twine 'Round our hearts for aye" COLORS: Red and While FLOWER: Red Carnation I-IARRIET ORR .......,, .... a......... P re-sidcnl -xf '10 MEMBERS FRANCES OSBORNE KATHARINE VOLLERS KATHLEEN OLIVE SARA MOSELEY I-IARRIET QRR FLoR1E NORTHROP LUCILLE BRITTAIN LUCILLE GLENN JESSICA VANN Honorary Member: I-IAZEL CHERRYMAN is FJ X H XX A I E. S. f drives gg Wy W N M X JN W fa X - r XQEIQQ LN J L. , . '91 X' 'q Pi 'UL9'?'ff:5,'1':'il5ZfSVifif5-5:5f'f-':i1Qg'if5j'fiff3i"f5231-3i":'1if1ff55.135,23'Qi'-'fi-T53?f.5f':i-2'ffLff53ff'Qf1 T2?f1iiEf:1Zif?'7 :f f W" 'W I Q X'-.Q '. "i.'5:Js'.1f. 15-:'.3.'4:f1:1.-5533-PQ-1'-, '5 ."'fi-f.1?i,a11Fff -2:2fq555-egg x ' X 3 ' 1 55155911-.Q I -. mi . 5 N V -f Ziff?-'iii'-':' N i j v ' 'L' " ., Zajsfj-jpg. 9 f O I I A -Q 'f , K 'Lf' A K 3 1' 4 X I 'lr 4' MOTTO: Esse Stabilis COLORS: Green and Cold 1 FLOWER: fonquil HARRIET ORR ...,..,.. ...O..,.,......... ...,w.....O..O .O.,.O...O.... P r e sident LUCILLE GLENN ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,O. O.O.A...A V i ce-President 'i' -1' MEMBERS LUCILLE BRITTAIN KATHLEEN VOLLERS LUCILLE GLENN KATHLEEN OLIVE SARA MOSELEY FRANCES OSBORNE HARRIET ORR 3 47 y . , I Y ' 1 ff 4 f 'lm XJ nw- kg' ,.,.- 1 ruff- v-ix Il: A ,I jj LJ .-vstfiiw X11 JENNIE BRICE TRIAL ak, A 3 be wn1fIiJ's tins Vol. XXV, lla. 67. A Gharlolle, ll. G., Monday , December 16, 1912 40 Pages, Price, 8 Gents J ENNIE BRICE TRIAL!! What Became of Jennie? Puzzl- ing, Mysterious! HOT DISCUSSION BETWEEN LAWYERS Hung Jury-Poor Jennie is Still a Person of Mystery One of the most exciting trials on record is the trial of Jennie Brice, held in the court-room of Elizabeth College, De- cember 14, at 8 o'clock. Sheriff Arabelle Thomas called the court to order, and brought in the pris- oner, Susie Woolley, charged with the mur- der of Jennie Brice, his wife. The clerk fMary Trippej arraigned the jurors and swore in the following: Hazel Cherryman, Jessica Vann, Sara Moseley, Ida Efird, Katherine Vollers, Ruth Keister, Winnie McGlammery, Bonnie Mauney, Blanche Simmons, Ilaweese McCausland, Marie Jahnz, and Vida Mauney. Following this, the witnesses and the prisoner took the oath. The Attorney for the State CHar- riet Orrj read the indictment to the pris- oner, and then called up her witnesses: Mrs. Pitman ...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.' Olive Brice MTS- Murray ---------- -............ A nnie Mercer Miss H0136 ----------- -.-.-..... M . S. Alexander Jennie's Sister ........ ,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,, K , Steme Dr. Holcombe ........ ,,,,.,,, H , Martin Mr. Bronson ,......,,,, ,,,,,,, L , Summer MT- Reynolds -e------- ......... D , Brown Dr. Littlefield .......... ,,,,,,,, L , Bfitfain Timothy Senft ,,,,,,,, ,,,,-.- S u Ste!-ne The defendant then cross-questioned the State's witnesses. The attorney for the prisoner CLucille Glennj called and examined his witnesses: Mr. Howell .........,....,.......,.,.........,..... O. Buckler Eliza Schaffer .......,. .....,. M . Keister Mr. Alexander ........ ..l....... li fl. Lentz Philip Loadly ..................,..........,..,. S. Vlfoolley These were cross-questioned by the Prose- cutor. The Defendant then delivered his speech, one of the most brilliant known in the history of the State. With ease, he convinced the jurors and audience that it would be much worse to take the life of one iaznocenf man than to let many guilty ones go, With his great skill and How of speech, in defense of the prisoner, he left little doubt in the minds of the jurors as to the innocence of Loadly. Then the prosecuting attorney's speech came-equally as brilliant, and especially interesting from the fact that Harriet Orr was the first woman lawyer in North Carolina. Judge Frances Osborne then delivered his charge to the jurors, and they were escorted to the discussion room, where they were carefully guarded from any intruders by the sheriff. The greatest discussion arose in the jury-room. But, from lack of evidence on both sides, the jury was un- able to come to any agreement. Three were convinced of Loadly's guiltg nine be- lieved him innocent. Since no verdict could be given, the case was adjourned until the next session of court. Above trial won fourth prize in the "Jennie Brice Case," offered by Every- bodyis' Magazine. i a A LW. - 'lf-tk 'V N ' -5' "4 1 . , , A, . 'F . V :E Q3 :ire-, . , .WI ' J , :...".I.', ... ' Qs.. ... UL. ... A .- -ff '- S1f if'. 121:21 ,y t . . LA , ,.,.. ' V 1 1 'Z .az .!'1- i- r A .. 1a,..',.. v n -. .. 1 . f 1 H, -I U 4, V x ,. 3: 1.1 , 'I K '.... ' . ,. FL ,SEQ , 1 . 1 , - . 1 V . -- W L--waz-1 1 '-If , . -jf, W' S N- 1. gf , , ,WZ 1 .-q:,...,J-v,g,:. '. ,-f::'33,: ' ' 'fy E ,. A. ., .. . ., ,. l' 6L5f3'J?4f 8 1 ' I'f'. ,f .eicgq ' 65,4 . -- .Q . v "- ' i'5if,,f figf' .524-h" -'fwf ' , ,y L0f Q.6":'f 5 . ' . .Jw . 2 - ?Lf:fX2f'gf: + fn3f' '1 153 li fy. 'W' 1 Q F'f,'w-w FT' MQ .E--3514 WW'-f-e :er - f P' 1453"-" ,ki Aw- .f. 4' ., - 'f'I1'f4 -V1 -,:-:X--my . '4"' 1 Emp' ,..3Gr,2-MG' , in ,-1vf.w,.f,'f L.y,.,,, je " f . ' "" " ,- . ',""T"' "Mull 4.,-,,.,.':ff,,'u3,,,.y - ,, :j,7..,:5 a.4vSaEi9E5,a33,g..x6'- -4-. . lx U :mt ...M HMA: ,,: 7 A--'A' ""' 5 h ' K ff :ga y- --Mzim Y . ' an ' 'E f fi - 1 .. . . , Tuna. f , .. . - 4 0533. W. 1, xl ' A 1 1 '--Q Z 4, - ,f , fe, 2 "1 x ' 1 V, , , f Q-' . ,, -. Q, .- x --ek " -N h , V Q H 3,31 ' V 2,15-+.M.,Y ,.g..?.Z5, ,',,i, ,Q Q I l l ,hqxig .,,. VV ., YQ-..'i 5353. X 1 , V V lx fig V f ., f x f Mi. 1 j 5: ' X A , s ' gi-9?3"'x -.11 :T f wb: ez f ,M ' 1 , 4 . - -'!f'-QT? .mi - ,I A ll X .Haifa . ,. gf.. 12' , fifffv , ' rf' 'V . X, x A AFX , , ff V . fi fa Q --M, 5--'N fs,-f .V -, 1 , . JW - ,- .- ,A 3-,.. A , .A f , , .-.., , mf ?f"l2'f,,fh"X 'ffm . 71 ' M, 'vb ag. f' .N - A - . h::.5v'N v,,,1,fj,ij .rf f- .1 'J , M qwl ff... , ,az f X' , X ., if Hx' X 'T' N, " '71 .YA Primo .... Secondo ., tv.. ....MADEMolsEL1.E TRAYWICK ..-..MADEMOISELLE VOLLERS THE PIANO IS THE GREATEST LOVE-MAKER IN TI-IE WORLD HOBO BAND X azz! WQQ X4-'Q ig vgg' I 'M Im T mf X!! Q ey I 5 lm I P W 'iif'5575 1'-.1 ff .' T , Effi75i3lff'Q'7f'Eff5'l'f3'J513f15fiE3'135-'5e'.i135flf3ffffiiffjf-?T'E '3r?5Z?fZ"fQ35I , ., fl' f.-5.7.5 fl 1 I ., 1 ' -"1 - . nfl "-' .-.. - ' - "'I":gi12':?Q 1 Q J I N 1- - ff,i5.2I'72'1f'f I s I J ,, ' 'L' ' rs I E f fii?'i'f3'fi",f I fr, - ,ff 1 fi K -Af I I ' ' I h - ' 'xx N I X I Iauhn Earth IRENE MCLEOD ........ .....,.....,.......,,,,,.V., ..,.. . , ...... D i rector RUTH KEISTER .......,. ... . .. B oss Horn Soloist KATHLEEN VOLLERS oo....... Trombone Soloist MYRTLE GRAY .......... oooooooo... C ornet Soloist ANNIE B. ROPER .,.,.. ....,..., T rombone Soloist f DO NOT LET YOUR LOFTY IDEALS BE LIMITED MERELY TO HIGH LIVING MCDOWELL CLUB .. '-," 4 Q , ,. ,.,, , ,, , ,. I, ,,,,,, Z I! I X B ..- ,,. ,.., , . W ' ti RA- I ff 4.-'ffi -.b' 5 ' - 1 r ' ., fs f N A w AAA A 3 , n , K ' , A, ,Q illiltkutntll ilitlusuz Qiluh MOTTO: "Always B113 sometimes BM: never Bb M COLORS: Old Rose and White V, OFFICERS Tr C N' JULIA MAE CALDWELL ,,,,,,.,,,,,,LLL,LLL President, First and Second Term , i ELIZABETH VAN POOLE ,,.L,. ....L........ V ice-President, First Term LUCILLE GLENN ,,,,,,v,.,4,, ...... V ice-President, Second Term MARIE JAHNZ ,.,.,,,.,......... ....,......,.., S ecretary, First Term CAROLINA KOOPMANN ....... ........ S eeretary, Second Term BLANCHE SIMMONS ....... ..,........ T reasurer, First Term EVA PAGE ........,.,,,..... ...I... T reasurer, Second Term VELDA YOUNG ........,........ ....... F irst Critic, First Term KATHERINE VOLLERS ........... ........ F irst Critic, Second Term KATHERINE VOLLERS ......,...... ........ S econd Critic, First Term MARY STUART ALEXANDER ,.,... ...,,,,.... S econd Critic, Second Term IDA EFIRD .............,............... ...... C ensor, First and Second Terms SUSIE WOOLLEY ........ .,,,,., P ress Correspondent, First Term VIDA MAUNEY .....,.. ............... P ress Correspondent, Second Term MEMBERS MARY STUART ALEXANDER JULIA MAE CALDWELL HAZEL CHERRYMAN IDA EFIRD GRACE EI-'IRD LUCILLE GLENN MARY GRIFFITH MISS GAINES HEDELIA HANNE MARIE JAHNZ HULDA JAHNZ CAROLINA KOOPMANN VIDA MAUNEY LERLINE MowERY F LETA MOORE EVA PAGE GRACE PATRICK MR. ZEHM FRANCES MURDOCK MARGARET RANKIN MISS REA RUTH RUSSELL ANNIE B. ROPER MAY LUNDEN LILLIAN PHILPOT CHARLOTTE SMITH BLANCHE SIMMONS MR. STIREWALT EVA TEAGUE MISS VAN GILLUWE KATHERINE VOLLERS MYRTLE VOLLERS I'IELEN WIX SUSIE WOOLLEY MRS. ZEHM W N wi ,X ,Q Qllnnserhatnrp of music "Music Ivaslies away from the soul the dust of everyday life." HE Gerard Conservatory of Music of Elizabeth College is directed by Prof. Harry Zehm, whose ability both as a t r , tt 'T T ff ,gu f fa N z i f 1,0 r director and a teacher is unsurpassed. Besides being a direc- tor and teacher, he is an organist of note, and degree of "Fellow" in "The American Guild of Qrganistsu has been 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, and at Buffalo and Charles- ton Expositions. The Conservatory has taken a place among the leading and best equipped conservatories in the Southern States, its faculty consisting of six resident members, who give their time exclusively to its work. Each member of the faculty is a specialist of recognized professional standing. The Choral Society, of which Professor Zehm is director, con- sists of the music students of the college and the musical men from the city. The Society has given many difficult and classical works, such as, "C-alliaf' Gounodg "Creation,,' Haydn, "Stabat Mater," Rossini: "Rose Maiden," Cowen, "Redemption," Csounodg "The Golden Legend," Sullivang "Elijah,H Mendelssohng "Martha,,' Flotowg "Fair Ellen," Burchg "The Prodigal Son," Sullivan, "Ruth," Craulg and "Arminius," Bruch. The choruses always show masterly training, conscientious effort and grasp on the part of each one. These concerts are looked forward to, and are thoroughly enjoyed by the music lovers not only of the city but of the entire vicinity, and are always given before audiences which pack the auditorium. J W wa IQ 1,1 I Members uf Cdlbural Society ALEXANDER, MARY STUART CALDWELL, JULIA MAE CHERRYMAN, HAZEL EFIRD, GRACE EFIRD, IDA MURDOCK, FRANCES OLIVE, KATHLEEN PATRICK, GRACE PACE, EVA PHILPOT, LILLIAN ww J ,. V x O X if If I W K , . 3, - A Q " 'IX I M , GLENN, LUCILLE GRIFFITH, MARY HANNE, HEDELIA JAHNZ, HULDA JAHNZ, MARIE JOHNSTON, ALICE KOOPERMANN, CARRIE LUNDEN, MAY MAUNEY, BONNIE MAUNEY, VIDA MCLEOD, IRENE MOORE, FLETA BELL, G. R. CROWELL, HEATH Fox, J. W. HAIZE, E. G. HAWKES, B. W. HANNON, W. M. HUNTINGTON, W. B. ORTON, J. D. PLAYER, W. B, SCHOLTZ, ED. GENTLEMEN YODER, J. T. RANKIN, MARGARET ROPER, ANNIE B. ROCK, WILHELMINA RUSSELL, RUTH SMITH, CHARLOTTE SUMMER, LILA TEACUE, EVA TRAYWICK, EULA VOLLERS, KATHERINE VOLLERS, MYRTLE WIX, HELEN WOOLLEY, SUSIE STIREWALT, H. A. WATSON, J. C. WILLIAMS, G. R. WILLIAMS, J. A. LOMAX, S. F. MASON, Q. V. MCKINNON, W. E. NEWCOMB, J. H. WILLMANN, R. WOODWARD, V. S. H' , fpi- ,. H 1 If wu fs f, . A .N ., M- 4--rv- -G -I "' 1 ,.-" Zvi" Y: x F 1 .Ji n."' M 1 tw ' -2-.L-,-,Efvf ' f 1 . ' v' 'fu- J.wv1:,.'. Q. +. 1514: 1: , .,-Ai' . ,lr v ilu' ,A 1. :nj -A 'W Mx, ff .. 'Wg , 513 - .,, Q,-. . . W: I us. . I , ' 4 .7"":W" L 1 ,,". ' Xi? x ' inf 4 I1 , -' '- 1 .um , M 1 , , :PH I XC1f1,fQ-5 T414 .. if Q 641' 'X 4 -Y 114ifl,:u, T A-Q 4. wiv 4 'ff' -. ,,' Y , 1 X - -. L A - I 1. Y Wwmv, xX - ft. 1 1 ,, " -uw' , "W px rf I W' "UQ W . L. , QL ", 'JJ ' w,,' wp: A , 1 9 I, ,rf 5, r r 1'1" 2 fl x ' A-' 'LJ A ff , i:u:",a'fffi .4 JOKE .x cfv-'F' , X " Y. KAR .1 T1 .g EY? 'vm "L' 4 ' 4-'L' -:I-' ' 115, -, . -' 1- 'A' 11:50. ff. ' 'SI 1 111-',-13935fwl-ffl!-:AIM ' 'A'0v2""f, Q 1' l ., IA . , . ' - 'f -u". .... : HQ-'r' -f Q ' fx il' .-I. ,..-,., ,.Y . 'lx ' ,rf 1:35 gg-Fr, gtg' A is X K- ff: .Tn " fi Mfr N 1 . s.-1' nfl- 'v 'qv , I -, :A f- 1 x f ' ----C -1 L 4' 1 A - W A L .a ,IL ,, , Iv' -x 73 o - ,' 2 'v ,rf ' ' 1 3411449 4, ' - I x rx , xf ww K ,. w . , n ' r 1 'D . Q f f, , a , ., Ll. Ur u' , 1 v ,-.. ,.-1 1 4 X A " 1? ' In I L. 1, - 1 ,I . . ., , Y , V ,- 4 A f ' m ' 4 'Q -wi-'K ffsiiliz? ZX lil Shakes Two girls at one of the tables in the dining room each wanted a second cup of chocolate First Girl "How will we know which is our cupy' Second Ctrl. Oh, I'll leave a little chocolate in my cup." . i'if h"' Qsisriiiitfi-' Pm f .f .11. , X M ff, W ,... i . X Jill , fk la, tl C. S.: "I have never gotten but two letters in my life, and one of them was a postcard." A. B. R.: "I went into Woodall and Sheppards, and ordered me a 'Madame Sherryf but the man put too much'lVladame' in it for me." Soph. fto bookstore clerkj : "Will this 'pony' save half my work?" Clerk: "Sure!" Soph.: "Gimme two!" JOKE-S. M. said she studied because she wanted to do it. DEATH OF UTURKEY TRoT," HBOSTON,n HANGLEWORM WIGGLE,H ETC. NOVEMBER IZ, I9I2 1. E.: "Whois your favorite author?" R. K.: "My father." 1. E.: "Why: what does he write?" R. K.: "Checks," K. V.: "Girls, shall I put the 'Association Monthly' in the Library?" R. K.: "Does it come monthly?" X f gf M V! QQ It LN, l English Teacher fto Sophomores Who was Pluto3 right Soph King of the internal regions M V "I smell smoke, l'sten!" Miss Palmer "Charlotte, were you in your room Saturday n1ght3" Charlotte: "I don't know!" F9 Ss N J ' Q1 '-, v, I . . , ..-- I gr '---,, ! I A, ix -' . . .,...,., - ,:.., .- .-..... . .'.....'.'.1 ....,.' .'.'. .'.-, ', zF?3fi2i3'? - 1 A mf' - X -1 .if-'55-I if ' 7 5' .., , riff K N l -,xg f J I l 'f ' , ,, '. x " ' x - D , .. ,. - K X Q 1 i i 4 B ' I -- ' - 1 WANTED-Mothers, fathers, brothers, cousins, aunts, and uncles to take us to the circus. Musical pupil Con Circus Dayl: "I hate Bachg but, oh you Dr. King!" .'W. V. Clool-:ing up at the clockj: "Come ong we have only ten 'ahallars' to clean up our room." Teacher: "What important thing didn't exist a century ago?" Bright junior: "Mel" "What course will you graduate in?" Senior fafter third Hunk in Englishjz "In the course of time, I guess!" Girls fto Lerlinejz "Are you going to the show tonight?" Lerline: "What show?" Girls: "Madame Sherry!" Lerline: "What play is 'Madame Sherry' playing in this year?" Mary Keisler faddressing a letter to one of her friendslz Miss Elizabeth College . Lynchburg North Carolina ANNOUNCEMENT MADE BY DR. KING-"The lecture will begin tonight between seven and eight o'cloclc, promptly at seven." :s f m wqrg v are X, f ff ' N M ' ffff- ' as W6 W . J ll Lerline: "Mary, are you going to the show tonig 'W 1 l Mary: "What show?,' ,f f Lerlinez "Sembrich ! " IN PHYSICS CLASS- Miss Hawks: "What are optical instruments?" f as 19 IJ J Miss Vann: Spectaculls ' A new monitor in the hall, when asked what she was, replied proudly: "Oh, I'm the 'hall thermometer!' " Dr. King fatter studying the psychology lesson for fully an hour and a halflz "Miss Page, do you know where all the Seniors are?" Miss Page: "Oh, this is 'Senior Week'g the Seniors don't report to classes!" s Dr. King: "Oh-! ! !" Miss Richardson fin English Classy: 'iCompare Rossetti's and Mrs. Browning's sonnetsf' f. V.: "Well, they are alike in meter: and they both have four- teen lines." ,Miss Richardson freadingjz "Retro Me Sathanaf' 1. M.: "Oh! I have heard that before. Did it originate from that poem?" What is this world coming to, when even a preacher cuts Bible class to attend a china sale at Kress? "A JoKE's A VERY SERIOUS THINGH r X t . A f' f V x'Ng M "f ll ht?" at - asa J 'Qs TH E END AND REWARD OF TOIL IS REST :::1o4: .... -- X 'TTTTTWTIII4 IAWIXTI comma fr om! f ' 5 0 U RD Li L1 li Elly IL T Q u e9ooa:::boQQq:::voo4::::pc:::p4:::::poc:::::: :::::::p4:::::::: 1 Qs-7,1 :":'wje ',r1,fmf:.sfjr-ag'w:Wl11'1m9!!f!mW.j'wlWv' I I. U ,- ,,' ,A.:- 1.5, -W tl N ,,,,, , W -., 'I F.. -2 I. A -v .I wi ,lm - a - - ,. .V pl' .--,' Q.. .HJ I.. g wptvw :fn up Mil Av: W 1 ' - - 1-,, X , -+14 -. g- f, 5 fm- . - g, rg-.4-, , I L ,,:l,'3,,, Ag- ql 4 .g..g4g5,l,igjgTH 1, ' ' ' 5 -' ' 121' fi if 14 !4'.'i1fn :gn 4 r 1 QMS-" is-. ..-an 'iw Q: 1 , ' , ,- ..:.g,-,,..y,'gx,-,Qf-' ' .- , , ' 3 V 'N - '-1 '-iff-,vlb-1 .- -1 4 . 4: f 31- 1 . -Q., ,H-1:11 I ' V V ' . . K' Q me . --.1L:'f-"-.-'vw' -f-rf , , V . f . ' 1 Jw' :fmt f ' A lf. , -. M' L , 'rp-1-' 'f,2'a"'V.1r5s.w'fi: , : ,f ,- -1 -2.-'59 ,-,f 1 wi :,:--.5 "i .9 , .g ,fQ,:"f',Q'lQ' A H M., ., ' ' f A "'A " 1 G'-if -Lvl' ,QQ 1 .3 M vlf :Has 1-1. . Y , , 1' 1 , -4, 7 V ., - I yn L7 A , l,14Js:4g -X 1 W- , 'Nl-. 'V 4 , A wh, , a ' ' N, ,gQss.':., 'a , 1 fc 1, U " . -,I v ' 'IZ' -in , nv 94' , " w:Y"v-f'.i'f"5J 'M fy 1.gu 1.,i" . ' s, 111, --3--1 . Q A". .,' ' .V V A V lv 1 1 QW: nw. , 1- Ili 5 i, . 1 a , X . .-, V , , Q4 I f I , H . f , 1 JA. , , 1 'J ' n A ,YNY '1 , fl ir, T., J " .L'11Q" .Qu 'EI-fi , f ., -,.' 1 L-'f Q 11 . A I , . '- .4 . V ' . 1 ,. 3 3 .', .0 ' ' L ' r. ' 1 , v ' .I J A -. :' - ,W - 1 Ln. x , w,'.N ff' ' l Enaf ' ! 1. 3 H-' '- ww'- N - . - - 1, . - U .'fk ',..Q",,v.,' ,-fr-'v?g - : ff ' sffx.--15 3-, 'b ' ' "Pla-F.1'?"4.":'f.J'1'L.71'f'1E ,3- v------,gc-,1-,-,3g99g--- GROSS ASSETS CAPITAL SURPLYS AND PROFITS S3,500,000.00 S500,000.00 S400,000.00 'FI If-E 4,otamI1Ifzfo1.1I I I .1c1o.u.1I 1511.11 IQ Oi? CI I.'XRI,O'F'FfC, N, G, A. G. BRENIZEIX R. A. DVNN W. E. Hom' A. T. SUMMEX President First Vice-Yresid t Second Vice-Pre-aid t Cashier Pound 8: Moore Company Stationers WE IVIAIQE A SPECIALTY OF ENGRAVED VISITINO CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS AND CORRECT SOCIAL. CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY 205 South Tryon Street - - - Charlotte, N. C. ------:::::::AA------ ::::a:::::-----A-A---Q :1oo4:::l:::v4:: "SI-IE. LIKES FLOWERS" FROM IVIRS H S BRYAN tk CO. FLORISTS QUALITY OUR OBJECT 407 Norlh Tryon Street 'Phone 653 AT LAST ! Grand Tone, Grand Beauty, Grand A clion, Grand Lasting Quality-In Small Space! The Final triumph of our seventy-one years of fine piano-buiId- ing is this magnificent instrument. The artist will revel inits rich singing tone, action. and perfect scale. For richness of design there's nothing hner ! And this marvel occupies very little more room than an upright. v Let Us Show You The Stieff Petite Grand lt is one of the many STIEFF models shown in these factory warerooms. No other pianos of their quality are sold direct, at maIcer's prices Csavinu you twenty per cent.J In addition, we utter an "Easy Plan" which shows how you can own a good piano now, without waiting. ESTABLISHED 1842 CHAS M. STIEFF 2I9 South Tryon Street - - Charlotte, N. C. c - ---- :b4:---- -J: ' I Manufacturers of High-Grade Candies, Fruit Ice Creams Fruit lces, Etc. Pure lce Cream Cones and Blocks STORE AND FACTORY 29 North Tryon Street - - - CHARLOTTE, N. C. TELEPHONES 834 AND 835 C. R. Mayer 6: Co. FA MIL Y DR U G GIS TS Sixth and Tryon Streets AGENTS if 521, Cofs Clzmfftxflios X Phones 251 and 252 J. N. lVlcCauslanci 81 Co. Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Slate and Tin Roofing, Ornamental Galvanized Ironwork, Mantels, Tiles, Grates, Complete Line of Kitchen Utensils. 221 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. Ia: 9904: ::::::boooo4:::voc:::::::po4::::: , .f M ,JJ MM, Q flvl Q 1 ft . . :.,,':,?,:7 INCORPORA TED THE FLORIS T 306 NORTH TRYON STREET PHoNE 1443 NIGHT CALL, 1146-1 CHARLOTTE - NORTH CAROLINA Independence Trust Company CHARLOTTE, N. C. Capital - - 550,000.00 Dawson Millinery The Only Exclusive Millinery Shop in the City We pay four per cent. on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates of 26 West Trade Street Deposit Phone 2219 Ten Retail Stores Make Advantageous Buying Easy elk Brothers DEPA R TMEN T STORES CHARLOTTE GREENSBORO MONROE SALISBURY WAXHAW CONCORD SANFORD GASTONIA STATESVILLE YORKVILLE Carolina is Largest Disfribuiers of Reliable Merchandise STRONG AND RESPONSIVE The financial strength of the Merchants and Farmers National Bank enables it to give prompt response to the legitimate needs of its depositors and clients. Accounts subject to check are invited. Merchants and Farmers National Bank GEO. E.. WILSON, President JNO. B. ROSS, Vice-President W. C. WILKINSON, Cashier H. W. MOORE., Assistant Cashier United States, State, County, and City Depository CHARLOTTE, N. C. Capital, :Is200,000.00 SurpIus, 5200000.00 ------------- --------A:b4:A:boo4:---------c-----A------Y vv--1 I I I I II II II II II II II II II II I-I II II I II II II II II II II II II II :::::::: :::::::poo4::::::::::::: :::AA A:::::-:::::: A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever Preserved Flowers from Bohemia-a scientific, artificial product- absolutely defy nature for beauty ar-d smell-in fact, it is almost im- possible for us to make people believe they are not the growing Howers. The only difference is Preserved Flowers do not wilt and die, but retain their beauty and delightful odor indefinitely. PRESER VED CA RNA Tl ONS, 25 c EA CH PRESER V ED ROSES. 60c EA CH See our display of preserved Violets, Love Apples, Austrian Field Roses, American Beauty Roses, Gardenia, Cape jessamine, Lavella LILES - NIX CQMPANY I7 and I9 West Trade Street Phone 776 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Faultless Canned Goods Charloue Hardware Tell your grocer to send you Company "Faultless" Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables. You take no risk. "The goods with the lasting taste." EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE NOVELTIES Order through your grocer. Kuesier - Lowe Company Wholesale Agents and Fancy Grocers CHARLOTTE, N. C. Qualify Purity Service Phone Nos. l505 and l506 AAAAA:voooAAA AAAAA :l:AAAA:roA :::::::::p4:::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::po-ooc::::::::::: REAL ARISTOCRATS OF THE PIANO WORLD Jwvwf A2 Q7knd GH1.Q'S l'll2 wht? 11516312 PIANOS FOR SALE BY Player-Pianos PARKER-GARDNER COMPANY CHARLOTTE. ---- NORTH CAROLINA C N BUTT P d - THos GRIFFITH v P a G THOS. C. HAYES, Secretary Jewelers and Silversmiths C. N. G. SC CO. I2 and I4 South Tryon Street Charlotte - - North Carolina wi One of the largest and most I A complete lines of Fine Gold HEADQUAR TERS Jewelry, Silver, Cut Glass, Dia- monds, and Art Goods, to be found in the South. HN-- Nlail orders receive prompt and careful attention. I West Fourth Street E v' J R " K' J . ngm mg an epaumg of any m Charlotte - - - North Carolma :: :::::: c: ::::: ::r::: ::::::voo4:::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::p4::::::::::::::::::::o:::- :oo::o:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-c::::p:::::::::b4: Colonial l-lornes at Colonial Heights Overlooking Etizabetti Cottege Campus Nothing finer in all of Charlotte than CGLONIAL HEIGHTS- In high, healthful location g In nearness to town 5 In convenience to car line 5 In character of surroundings. Our few remaining lots for sale to home- builders only-not for speculation. F. C. Abbott 81 Co. Everything in Real Estate High - Grade Investments Insurance in Strong Companies 1001- 1002 Commercial National Bank Building - - The Ben- Voncte Corn an Lawlng "' RObbll'1S I p y ncorporated Furniture Company , Ogality Dyers cl C l an Omp etc French Cleaners Home Furnishers I8 West Fifth Street Charlotte - - North Carolina Easy Terms Phone 2 l 4 Note Our New Location 24 South College Street Branch Offices: N C Spartanburg, S. C. Greenville, S. C. Charlotte, ' ' Winston - Salem, N. C. ::p004::::::190q::::pooq:::::l: ,,,vvv3t-----,,1--::-:4:-:I:--1 F ELIX I-IAYIVIAN Tealer in Fresh Meats of all kinds, Calf Brains, Hog Brains, Pickled Pigs' Feet, Fresh Tripe, all kinds of Sausages. 'Phones 152 and 222 247 West Trade Street Charlotte : : : North Carolina WATT, DOXEY 8: WATT Distributers of Reliahle Mer- chandise at Reasonable prices We give S. C9 H. Green Trading Slamps 209 - 11 West Trade Street Charlotte, N. C. "Highest Grade and Best Reports" Apply to Our CUTLERY DEPARTMENT Smith - Wadsworth Hardware Company "SELLERS OF GOOD HARDWARE" 29 East Trade Street Phones 64 and 65 l... L. Sarratt 81 Co. FANCY GROCERIES Phone No. IO3 309 North Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. The College Girls are always welcome at IIVEYQS You can always see something new in Suits, Millinery, Novelties, etc. Decidedly the best place to buy your Gloves, Hosiery, Muslin Under- wear, etc. It Pays to Trade at Ivey 's acc- -------- ---:vo4:--- ----- -...--- --- -----vv---------:vo4:-----:v4:-q::gp4:-t-1-- -- - - --I--:r4::::p4::::ro4:::: .s. .1211 X' ff' s W m isc? L' qv., I riff. I at , 53:15 ,X X ws 'sf GILIVIER - MOORE COMPANY FOOTWEAR for lhe COLLEGE GIRL SHOE STORE I6 Sou'h Tryon Street Charlotte - - - North Carolina If You Contemplate Marrxjing Calling, Writing Letters or Giving a Christmas Present You Should See Our Samples of Engraving 4-S- HUNTER 8x CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street Richmond, Va. HAVE - U - SEEN SMITH 'f'Nl' O I0 North College Street Charlotte, N. C. Cotrell 8: Leonard ALBANY, N. Y. Makers of Caps and Gowns to the American Colleges, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Class Contracts a Specialty Victor, Columbia, and Edison Tall-ting Machines and Records Sheet Music, and Strings for all Instruments Pianos, Player-Pianos. Violins. In fact, Every- thing in Music F. H. ANDREWS 213 North Tryon Street THE WORLDS BEST CA NDIES We are Agents for Guth and Apollo Chocolates fthe worId's best candiesl. 60c., SOC., and 551.00 the pound. Tryon Drug Company I I North Tryon Street Phones 2I and l043 --A ----------sc'-----Oettt--oc- PUMPS H. L. Vollers WILMINGTON, N. C. 'Q' WHOLESALE This is lo be a big "Pump" Season. G R O C E' R S We have all lhe New Ones- QS2. to 54. Q. For Shoes, see us! We have the kind you wan! TOBACCO AND CIGARS Tl-lOMPSON'S ASPECIALTY REMEMBER '3' Charlotte Steam , Laundry We protect you against Flies and Mosquitoes Q. French Dry Cleaners Dyers J . H . VV E A R N CO M N Y OLDEST, LARGEST, BEST I WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI II II II II WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI II WI II II II II WI II WI WI II WI WI WI WI WI WI AAA - ----- -:bt-:occ-:pc--A ---- A-- v---- ------- v - - ...... ---zboooooc re-- WOODALL 8: SI-IEPPARD INCORPORATED The Finest and Best Equipped Drug Store in the South Drugs, Soda Water, Ice Cream Fine Confections Sole Agents for Nunnattyis Fine Candies Service Unsurpassecl Skyscraper Building Phones 69 and I66 CHARLOTTE, N. C. FOUR PER CENT. BANKING BY MAIL Getting four per cent. annual interest on Savings is just as easily accomplished through our Banking by Mail System as though you lived close enough to this strong bank to deposit in person. Write for information. Special Savings Department Interest Compounded Four Times a Year. CHARLOTTE NATIONAL BANK CHARLOTTE, N. C. ----:p4:----:poo4:-------- --,v ---v --- ..... :::i::::::o::::04:----:p4:--- ---- ---A socv::::::o::::::---AA::::::::::pc:::::--A-::::::: -- "CET IT AT I-lAWLEY'S" VISIT OUR NEW FOUNTAIN EXPERT A TTENDANCE Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Smokers' Supplies, Candies A Well- Equipped Drug Store, with an Up -to - Date Soda Fountain Call and Visit Us I-lAWLEY'S PHARMACY CORNER TRYON AND FIFTH STREETS A. R. WILLIVIANN COMPANY PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING 295' fjilf? l We furnish and erect Windmills, U jig Vanes Acctylene Gas Machines. All Fil,-41 Q Q work guaranteed for one year. vfffk- UN W X ll, I My Baths Lavatories Waterclosets, Terra- U Cotta Pipe Wood and lron Pumps, etc. ,-.J .. .. 11-1:s..'rr' ' "V " " ' : , . Hi f 25 5 L T 1 A -, ,t h . I A gt ,hi ff' L- uft' sl 1 l ' ' gil Z41 " .I 1 .xr 'I , ' -1 " .: Q J ffv. I 11412 1.5: J V . :A .USFW -A lv ,i hqb 1 f I. ' A sig? f v -- - vt, . A 1 1 Q i gllfli ff' Q, . . "'g"I I 1 ,W LN 4 f 1 fn- 1 -- r l 2 U. 1-, ' ' will ill: l .nu .. 'T ' 'A A 5' , tr- A "if . ff - ft f-zfzwsazt-4. ..,'. ,af-1-we ff. fs. 1 Charlotte N. C. '--- vv- vv--I---- :::::b4::::::::::pooo-0 ::94::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::p ---------::::::: ----:::::roo4::::p4:::: img! - aa -' 'ur'--vf. --- vv -'f-- Q r- V -H Collegiate Uptown Headquarters Source of Supply for Text - Booksg Stationery, both for school and social usesg Pennants and other College Souvenirsg Artists' Materialsg Picture Framingg etc. Stone - Barringer Book Company I5 East Trade Street CHARLQTTE., N. C. :::::::::::34::::::::::::::::::::p4::::::::: PURCELL'S Women 's and Misses' Garments ofihrality PURCELL'S PURCELUS The Exclusive Ready -to-Wear Shop of Charlotte High-Class Suits and Coats are Specialized here. Quality the best 3 Styles up to the minute: and our prices are most reasonable See our line for styles that are different: styles that will appeal to those who Want to be smartly attired ACCESSORIES CORSETS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR The acknowledged "style leaders of Charlotte," catering to women who know PURCELUS LUBIN FURNITURE COMPANY 20 East Trade Street-The old Belmont Hotel Occupying 21 ,OOO feet of floor space, offers one of the largest and most completelines of Bedroom, Parlor, Dining - Room, and Kitchen Furniture to be found in the State: also a large selection of floor covering, including Bigelow Axminster, Ardelnil, Bagdad, and many other high-grade W iltons We make a specialty of pleasing our customers, and we want you to try us. LUBIN FURNITURE COMPANY jAS. T. PORTER ERSKINE SMITH oooo4::: .:::::::::::::::::: -::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: ----14: ---v-:pc4:v-vv When tired from study, always drink a loottle of Delicious and Refreshing Ci lt will relieve that tired feeling and brighten up the brain. Sold everywhere Five cents per bottle OKQS 3 M35 you'll wear no other ALL LEATHERS Blacks, Tans, Black Satin, White Nubuck, Canvas, etc. Pumps, Oxfords, etc., 53.50 to 35.00. Latest th Mannish, 35.00, d fl t heel, dip toe Oxford. H. C. LONG COMPANY Sole Agents CHARLOTTE, N. C. Miller-Van Ness Company FINE GR OCERIES We solicit the College trade, and carry a line of delicacies for lunches and parties that will satisfy the most fastidious THREE PHoNEs 66, 688, II8 27 North Tryon Street -:l:- -:boootvvvvv - v-, --------vv---------vv-vvv ::::pt::::::::::1:::poo4::::::::::::::::::::: E273 , SSN ,. Qf,5QRl 3' , N g 5 xx X O ye .1 3. , . XYRR 1 'A Mkksi A . A X A-1 .,,,.. Q N2 X Y X, Xrgxx N, Xsxssgw STA DARD ICE AND FUEL CQMPANY S X . WA ' X ixisg i ENff"L l A g X wg: -,v :::po4:::roc:: :ro4:::::vc::::vq::::::::::: "Jordan's on the Squaren R. H. IORDAN 6 CO. , 3 "The Place for the Best" in everything in the Drug Line SODAS, ICE CREAM AND HUYLER'S CANDY Phones 7 and 993 Charlotte, N. C 99 --1 ----- A--r--QCAAA-AAA-'AAA':ll:A:-:---------W WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE WE SELL EVERYTHING Eflrcfs Department Store Charlotte Concord Gastonia W insion - Salem AVOID BEING LATE Phone 298 Charlotte Transfer Company JAKE MARTIN, Manager BAGC-AGE TRAN SF ERRED ::::::vo4:::::::roooo4::::::: ----- --'Ast-1'1- v--v- --v- - - - THE ILHTTILEQILONG COMPANY Biggest, Busiest Store in Charlotte Bids For Your Tracte Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Departments always complete with the latest New York creations in Coat Suits, Street and Evening Dress Costumes, Capes, Skirts, Coats, Kimo- nas, Shirtwaists, Muslin Underwear, etc. Also a Full Line of Ctzitctrerfs anct Infants, Wear Silks, Wash Goods, Woolens, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Gloves, Neckwear, Ribbons, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, jewelry, Hand- kerchiefs, and Art Goods. Nothing Stioctcty-Only The Best at THE ILHTTILIEQLONG COMPANY pQ9q:---1o4:---3t-v-v---- ------ ------- ---:bo4:---- ---,,,----3:-------------v-:r4:- Tl-IE BIG BOOK STORE APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE Complete Line of Books, Stationery, Art Goods, Artists' Materials, Pictures and Picture Frames, Cut Glass, China, Silver and Brass Goods, School Books, College Supplies, Leather Goods, Magazines, College Pennants, Banners, Class Pins, Rings, and Die Stamped Stationery. Make our store your headquarters when up town ROBINSONS BOOK STORE 30 West Trade Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. W. l. Van Ness 8: Co. 23 North Tryon Street W-Nffor-7-W Picture Frames, Kodaks, Kodak Supplies, and Art Novelties Gatling Dry Goods Co. Dry Goods and Notions Millinery and Ladies' Ready - to - Wear " WE SELL IT CHEAP " je Welry of lality C The Finest Lines of Sterling Silver and Cut Glass WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE . S. ELAIVI Piedmont Theater 20 North Tryon Street -------:vooo4:-A------ --- ---:pq:- :::l:----:pcc---:p4:-:po4:---tv- :sooo ::::l::::::::::::::::::::::::::l:::::::::::::::::::::pt::l::- SEAY STUDIQ 27 NORTH TRYON STREET Artistic ' Ph0it0gre1phy Qnly High-Class Work Done Prices Consistent with the Class of W ork Produced LEGN ERNEST SEAY :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::r4::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ceoz:::::::::::::::::::::: oclel Steam Laundr CHARLOTTE, N. C. E. D. P ETT Uptometrist and Optician I make a specially of filling the eye only IF your glasses need changing, or your eyes trouble you, consult me before having anything done. I carry a complete line of mount- ings, and sell exclusively the Atlas Shur-On. Save your old Iensesg I can dupli- cate them. Your patronage appreciated. CHAS. D. REESE Manufacturing jeweler COLLEGE, SCHOOL. AND CLASS PINS and RINGS ATHLETIC IVIEDALS AND TROPHIES 57 Warren Street NEW YORK RINK BARIUM BUCK MINERAL WATER Balhe at Home-You'II live longer, and ESTIZQOY Eczema, Boils. Pimples, Dandruif, Indi- l ISEKIEES oI skin, scalp, Blood, and smmch, Kidneys, Tefthing Babies-or WELL IN BARIUM LODGE A WHILE OORS always open. Good fare and service. Come! AYS of Misery exchanged for YEARS of Delight DO Your Part. We'II Do Ours. ROP a Pos'aI today for Particulars. Thirty Gallons Waler, 36, Freighi Prepaid BARIUM SPRINGS COMPANY BARIUM SPRINGS, N. C. oo4:::::::::::::::o4::::::l::::::l: v- THE Euzcrme Cm ENGRAVING Co B U F F'AL.O. N.Y Wt' MADE THE HVGRAVIIVGS FOR 77115 BOOK L .gl The QBh5z1fher Printing Iauusz l INCORPORATED 1 B. R. CATES, MANAGER 1 I1 DESIGNERS. ENGRAVERS 5+ PRINTERS. PUBLISHERS f Gllbarlutte, 32. QI. ooooo v - 'N' ZA.--a, Q-,, '22, A , .. - " -'.. 4 x. '6 J A E bi lf x L I S ' N ' 'Y ' f 1 i v AI 1 N f vt-1 ' v ' 3 X 4 ' f .9 x ' VL 5,3 v 5' . 1, ' ,1- " ' ' I ey- ' ,. - 1 i. J . fn X LX rf 'A 1 " ' "1 -er, ' Tfa If '-'if' .,,,. . 4.3 Y , .4, C , 'G 4 TMS iff! 'l 'T' EQ, tif ' ' -v . ,? ' V I .. ' gn , ,-5 rr "5fw,.v . 23-'V 1 H53 - Q, I . 1 1 U A n ,, A ,, . , ..rzf: ,- ',::. . , -. q -1...'. f 55 f',",11 , . fl-.gy , 3411? XE- , . , 'V HL, rv A 1. X-'xy' v, l' ' 1 , 'I 1 A . A ful' WJ 'lx ' fx - , 1 ,gi ' 1' " VJ- , U 'rv , A .' f, ', W, , .Q ' . ' , f ' ' Q "vi , Y' . ' 1l1!'- 'L5Zj'l:- ' "I ' -- ' ,, E' ! .Q . ,Aus . ". 1. mf" ,.1- ,,., N ' gg, ..A, , ,, ,.,vq' w N 625545. ' , x ' .fr-IIi.',.'.' 1 L , - - , - ,.,fggQ,f, F L' 4" ,'..'4T. , 5 I F., ' . , .fr - ,-rr tr ' V hhfj- 13. J Q' 3, -Y , . fx. ', 'Lf.',f,' 4 if ,A ' lf' , . . 1 , ,. ' 6 A7 2, 'F , ' . , A I , . ,..f i L: ., ., - . ' . L 'l'-1vgS.', , . fl- '51, J ,fel -' , .ij , QQ, , 5 4, . w , , Q gn ' ,1'K"f ' LG. r'f2. l "A A' 9 I L' .5 Af ,I -.V ' N . L' ,v ,,'-A'I' X V X Ak - , X ,. mfg, w V, .. ,H ,, W V H, " ,-yr, V. - X Q",- I' Lrg , ' - . "W ' -.. A ... 4 - , .Q 1 .."' 5 ,n ' . V W' ' ,: ' s , .gin -, JAN, ' sf.. , 3, -J, . X , Q my-'sf' Mm U, ' "1-S raw- K., 'Jul ,w-7.1. 'Q I 4 fii'-J , A 9 , ,, Q. ,V ,. V , v A. , ' B1 ff .1 H. - ,X H W' , , '-'ff ,' " ' Y . ,f H v 2 'z - . ' ' ,s "f'f3' .A 1 Nil, X ' . ' Y ,: 1-, 11 ,,- ,, , 'f J I ' A3a"f','," , ffl ' , 1413, may 3'-F .'v-Q '-' 5 'W na...-H , A f 1' 1 If-J 1 " . ' 94..,: X- , y -r,,:4'i.llA.,,, - A if w. nJ.2fl-.nxx1,..1 -. -. 7- 4 'T V V V .V V -,' JJL Vw V W 1 V f 'V' uve fo fn 1 A I r.: 1 4 J 1 ,, ,V ' A A V 1 L, 4 ' +V 1 'K .' - 2 5. 'V V sf , ' A V '3 u ,q H rx' V -vw , , 1 V V . , V, Q ,L V V V . rn '4 J V, V- :, ' ' :fa vfcf-1:-V-:VV ' V'-1: 'a ir-as-1.-Q ' . , , I' 'Miz V g, ' 'f'Zn:fIVl 'V V" V 3953 " "u'hyJ-vf'i41""".w- ' .Af V ' V . : VV ' vs VV V, 5,"T"5S' 'cv V ' 3..3VV!'R. ' ' -41 , H '- .V ' ' " Z" V' ' '4Z?".V - .' . ' VA-gf-3 V " 'ww V Q- - ' -, qv' ,A wg if- L , 'wa 6 1 ,, ' - qw. , .VV - V , . ,- - -p. ,Q V: - '- , nj .Vfr f V I ,V ,.:-1. , -V un .. VV: V Vff , V -V V - E' ' "x 12-' V 'Y' I -.' ' ' ' . .' V5 ' '. -WV 'V i ' V A V, - ,Vi-0.-' V V V." ., V F- . ,V .' .sy--,V - Y, ' , ' ir' A-'el' V I " Vi. . .V qw 2' .- V VV, . VV A, V .V -'f.4f'I'1','5f V- , W. V . .2 QV .- ,, g 11.6-Q, ' If-,"KF VW , V .. 5. g, . .',, " -,LV .",' "Va it-, V. . V. - , . iq ' LL V , 4,2 "--V ' V :Y . VV H- . Q V . Mug. ,, . V I, ,..- V. Y ,V I 1 - A 4 - 1: J V , . .-V ,f VV 6 - VV - . V -- V I V.V' ' ' 5. . ' '. 153, E ufVV I. 54- Q 1 .- V V" 'XV . A .V . . . V - . S: iii- '-4' 'V .1 ' ' ,GFP Q V . ' .. V ' 'Q v ., -I , :' VV V V. " :D ' V ' " . V:. , V. V , N K ' 1 V Y, f V , , , V , - 'Cf - 5 V' V V ' ,' V ' . rt? lvA.,,,, XV ' . - v , , vi" V1 ' 4 A - 17: ' 'V 'f V: 1 Va: - V gl' ' J ' 'V V A V. -V Q.. V U A ,512 Fit . V . YF X, ,va .V V sn- V . A . 'F - , . mf- I.. , ' f.VV Q --, , . 114 ,Y V- v VIQVV. -, , - 5. 5 V -tVVf:V . VV .' 'sf V , x- VV - -V" ' - - .gf I . . -'c,5,,:'V .311-. 'ii V ,V jf--115'-Z V .2 V -, L . -' VY.--., V379 - V yy ' V ' ,.' L," .1 F' ' "J ' V -V 'f .Z :wi fl .I V VYQVUV ' V ' . ' ' . ' V ne V V -' V ,.r V. 1 V, . V Ve :V---. VA .', VA - 'V V, ' P .VV V - jhqvfa' VV V V ' ' ' " -' f l9'fn'!0':AQi'g!'V1V. 4 ' Vf--V V fm :V..V-'f 1:,V. , . V - -V .iz . 'ing V ' i 'own .V 'f'V: " V, V' V ,. V- V gg .f1.j'V: gli' .'V-JQ,,qx,..M- , V - Lf. ' .. V 'TV 1f'l7'?.if- ff V V , V. . . , Vf V V V 'V ' ' 1V .,, --V' 11.141 -V V' ,V X - " 3' R-ff' Q. 2 'F "-V., .2111 ' . ,- ' , 1 19' ' rf 17' 1 'sp 4 . I -2 A'l..,,A I V ,V .QV I, . ,J,.,.., V V -,f , ,. V 'V if 5, V, '- I M V ', ,V , -gf 54 Yr- , V V V - ij ,' '-5 7 IV ' V .' 1 .-V VV V' , , f . ' V V - ' ' I V V-' V -4- ' V -4, . p. V ,V M . ' 1,fV . -. V - V . , .' ',gV.'g - 4. v Y, ,X . .. . , , .V . I :V V - , ,V Van:-VV - V " ' . , , ' "..,"g, 5 e'AV':Vf-V4.4 , V .-.VJ-w'- lr V- V' . 1 .:"' QQ rw 'T IVV: 'V : ,Q 1. -IV, . v.,-yn fp if . V- VV ' .iff ' ,.'.'V1ff.V' ' 5 ' - ' I! 3 Hi -'77 1 AL' 4 .VV 1 ' ' , ,' :VV . V V V:' V ', 5 f V 3 , ' 1, ' VV V Mb, , 1 "El ' V ' V "QV 'V .- V :Q V . I V -- V ' 55,6 4 L ' VK-zhf. 75: , j 'NV . ' ., V- Vs' X "QI - t. V -1 ' , 11 , , iv ,L 1 p. AJ. . 'V ' 1, J , ,- 1 T V 'W V' VIV , 51.1 ' ' x . -VV ' , V145 - ff. VV'-' ' ' "fi, M!- , 'I '1- N 1 ,Y Vr , I .VV , ' 'F H ,V V xxx " .Z V .ju , xx, -, . xg. .U ,, ., V..wV' f Q .fu uv V' 'V , , V, L 4 " 1 ' 419' . .' . ' "M L. V '- A PIN o 'N vin 141 1-.q L' ' 1 .fm -iv' uk --2:3-fr: 4 flvvw Tvggr ff, . s ' ww .M - ,, - 1 - , A . ' f , 1 fi xv-,fn-N ,-ve' ' ff 3 :-.,f.f+ff.i-. ' ww - -g Q A -1 1 1' V ' , '-nn I - jllfw. qgfjrf " " 4 i'j"'3?f- ' ' J, '. ' 1 4 . ff. N t,-XJ -11, , , ,,. uv .-c ' 4 9- , -:F 1' V""' 1 g-F f will L: 11. flfvkie vi" JT L L '+ 1 ' . -grgr 0 . '-itz-jr-'a .5 , . A ,,-4,,9.q C rv A ,gs H In I 4' 'unc ,sf v, . 3 'J' K 'Q' -'11 .fv K A V- . -w, --L-Q ' f'W B 1 f L , .,,, 1 ' fm . .V ,Y 1 1 -Y, . , fi, - " ,-if 4 R 1 i. ww- ' ,wi fx., V iii "7 up cf 1 'A .X V , .,, n 'N "ll'C"i .,: H- ,,,. 1 - wmfwfa - f -' . 2 Q- :,.- ,A 31.4. f 1. 3, Jn. 'io -. ,Pi- 1' ,K 4 r- . +. A, VK., ,V ,. frm' , ..r. ,ff 'c 'xr' ,h . w 1 . xt" 4 ...lg - fi 453 L V-T 5-:.1 . , J.. :Q f-1 . ,. ..,.- f Sn,- N ff:- I I . 1 - QW. I x AA 1 . -'r J M- L O, ,. - ,J- . 'c M2 I W W, I 'r vf ' A -IR , nw-V. . J 'X ' 4 'Q .9 'qu -, U 4 4 4, :aw 1 ,.w"" 1 :mc , 4' X P x, x,W xx v 1 4 1-A .qu , :eff 1 ' .54 , , ,.f1f.,, 2 5:1 ,f,,1al'za: 5-.,.: Q, , "i2m:fwfw , fffviai - 112 vvwfu ff 1' N weblw',1,lfM,43?-Jwmf' I 1- , "irq ,qw41:93,fa54Q.e,:."1f1' +1f'131wm'9,2'1' , . . ' wif Qwifw fi . 1 '-f,j41,,Q.zW11,: gig ,75"L',gk3322f2,5,,i-Limb'-' 551::gagfiwivzfj-'gfifgg mg, , f, 'g ,V 1, .v1,11ig13,2:w1,'vgafiijz 449-fv'fG,14'v'gv'mg','w'Cg14Mr,-5:3',y,'.eg5:,,igw f , 1-' '41 A 'tx-M11236mMZ'2--'fiiiflfiWW22"221i?i 'w2rT'f1Lfbf1-f1f1f,'1WQJLE - L 1 .22',1f1l2322233222512WfWE3.?M'?J?25UsEQizeiwfizffl"if152-+'1322?,?1a'3ik?f:2f:22f'i2f,I .4i:f:f2i',2':5ffW'W34'f?,3a2W?55f?fi2W??7iWQY4 714-f Qi ' .w2f-yin? 151214552231,4jf,Z91HZ52575.5-15974-1M6251If?1v11Ef'z:1'zzZs.24:1326-,izvg.2,w fb" 'E."if2fi'24,'2,vi:i?:f A ,. 4 - A! U, , I yd. ,,.fff,,,.,, .1 .,,44,4,f,,4..-,,, f, 1 ,,f,,f,, f .,.. ,f,,,,,,,,,,,,f.,.s 4 ,. , ,,, . ,amz 221552522 aw'm231iy:avgg22Wi1L-an 422 Sf: 1, 11 ami 2fgf?fivL':j2e?2gfg,?5y W 1 , 11292513-N ., f lg T 'A ,1:,T'31211-?,1"I:1,5'2112 Liza 1,5312gf4i.1fiw'2Eb'1:hw,-g,'3.M2f?'g1kff-fz,k' 15?3'2fZ,12f.12'zZ25gfifsm?EfM2.'Zi4221,f2'w1iw'paw,,vfif22:M4mZ1 iw -' -fi'--v M 'gif' Efr'2'f52,2f i:'z2f29,'22171421921-if-f.:fZq24fQ2gf1257247i'5-312.1312,w22i1?:ZWz?f:1'f1Ziiw-fy4fMilfvif-Qlyyffbfzzipiv','Hi':'fZ113p'WAm'. 42f'if,i12': 3 1- , .nv '.w:,,a,'w ,,: ,,1: 'p'ff'61",'Q,'fwL.Jg:JZZ?'f:'.v7 1:,1fsxfMf,w4Zf:135,411'maiga'::,:wzvf5f:f2z7fm1?rzwfmwfffiZ,f2'f,fMw,:v. fM--znwvfa-.f4f,:G,.141111+ ' wfff'1f,:r A 4- :,1iv,,f":f.,1, "U,4,11f"'1'4!"f'fv:U1':'fat-H27WJZ2911':'Pff5Y7ffff1"14425'?1P'5fifz3Z,'f7V7'FZWWQ7--"'5WWWWiY1"!57. fw',m:1f1',4WfIf ww-'11f:'2? x gf, 1- ff , :Lf V gnu, uf-4: ,fa-V' "fp:z,',wi-upuwffnyx ,4.v5M4:f1.W'1.y,.r., Jw- -:ez,--1111:'w1,4:4qW4:,fM11mmg3g,ff1.1, 1ff,1,,:,,f- .1'f:4gfw4m,Z:., ,g m.,,,:,,,q,, 2 aifvf' :mf 2' 2:51 ,Jw -fiffafwxI1vffLe4'aaryeifzsawzz'z2m.::fi:2.,fWil.,1,fa4-461'mmff4,2f'fmf.fwas:Wfwffabf,faimfwmzcQ,':1M:1' - V231 mir a- 1 .ff:?- 2 ,,,r1,2f'2f y2z2zf:s:w.w-:1,5 wgemqwz fgnwfgfv,gaag5MWQj412fv6fgE'm:i:1'2fwn1V4L3'2f :Www,iZ':f:l2E5:42,1W-rfifwu ' N Z., , 1,5 f f,e,4fL, my 41 ' 'if 1' . f Q' L 5 - ,A V ,fr ",1.,,Agr.' f 4 H 25122314 n,g,,1,,: zz. a4y,:.,p:,, . , ,,,p3,n',,:' fu, ,W pg --'fytgq' f g45,fw4f,f,1,,.-4g7,,, HV,-w ,,ff,fW,,fg.' f gi iff .1 H2 ' qmea gyggcqtvg f ,J gg, ,j.,f -M 4 if 1 ,' , 4,1 :mfygi-Qyfzkqpzog4yroWj.yg4jgA1'.?2,y1,jy"':W2nZ'f12Q,,g11'fA75,' f .M 1,,97jpyQ14:i1,4.1'f1,f,'y?g J:',f,,ff54ffpyyf,'f,3,w55,,jyy4Wg M , .nr-' 1 M," V A w f-5 26' J -ve 2' 2 gwywfa:14w7e,1fWwf4nf'y'mf:wfvLw'?9r42:1-:Jwe wfrwmyf ,Wm'rw--rwywVMMf .,1Z1lfwMMM--rf'Wf::f"fsQhfwrf ,ww -,r '2 V sf, wa .' ' , w -wfww M' , f 'A"w::fw2145114'Mlm0:'w'f3'Mw1wyr.-. ,f '-f-,,Jf-wfj.,z'fff fw1fmf,f-Mfz'K-271'-aww,ffrfffyfwzrwwMQwM,1,w 4 fy: , 1- .N -,, ff,-42. , fqffjgfxgwfifggwmwfwfga-gym,y,.::z-,vm,gg-faw,fZ LW zgaflwfw1,fw14f,rawymnfwywy,g i Q," ' y2:w.g',,:4 ',1 ' 1 - '1' i,gcf gfgyzf' WE'-".iZ1::ff6'2W'1fQH,.:wi3'22Cff1L9'0 fW:IV'f,Wff'Wf1"'Wf'WWi151idJ'W:hzuZ?'MS'4f14Mcffi.- fi , af 3 :N 1 -V M12 V, I-ffwgffa W fffa-gfwmf f'4vw1zmv:,f, mf-1 Z f Z'V:L5f4a?yffJf Ml, ,Wuvmmi-fnf,-zwwmwfrwum f -ff' , Y ' rf? '.wf,v'41'-. A fp 41.1, :fm,x,1'.zj V ww-'ZW f1:::w',f2w,niK0'zfffp1y'-4,M0' 19:11 W-4,25 aff! .mi ,fy-Zy 'f:'0f !'M:'fy'w ff:'1:fLf'.' ,yytwli 5, f,,f,-1,.4g,,g www , V , , ,I . 1.,,fzfw,,, ,WMM WMV 1-fWw,f:,,vf MM! m,m,1::w:fx,e' wvfwwy' m4ff,fff4lWW 7mwfm,,9MW'zv,:w,.2,,v.'HQz:nwmf-.ff ff M 1' 2' ,N I V -. 'rfasfzmw :mn-e'.fzwemm f Az fmwxwyf71,gyQnmAZ:m-may f4:z:af,Wfw:"wwMy WW 'Wf6fM34zM,MQf4,f4mA',,f"f:',44'e-wr:www ww , , 2 f -' wx-zfwzrwwwfeV .vw,frmMdrffffffwfyl'yfffff':zfefW,f2,:11,f'4M'74'A.fyiM ff 'Wfff-o'4i':.1f'f6WJWy:1fmH7'f"v'r-f'WM2f-1'4'7:?x4r . , f f e ff , ,ww ' Z,-Wf'f,,,4w1' A I -V , , 9 I-fciazz'-IWQVMZ4 ZWWW 4,wQfw'f ff pm MQW, My 1,yWQffW':w,4,:ygz y, mmf , QQ- ,g.,.:uq-,7-fn--:qw+4 H - 1 ,f v ' f . ,,fv-214 f,1f-: , 'mmf 4 .,,y-wf9fw','-, 'g ' "1:7!y7:4ff,,M':4!W ,'fgf,,ffA,M-'fmfufn Aw. fyfzif ,7 I Mrffwf f!ww'f.m-.-1 vjfw-v,11mwf. Wm'-wg: QL 1 f 1 . ff - ,:: 4,44-ff rzwyfy , ,im wwfWffw'w--U f ,4c4,w.n1-f:4f7A71f'Wf -yr-4r4f'!4fwWf WWW ffffffwfyff wffnayqf , viyfw r, L.f4.,4W,,.'4,w,-we.,.Jr , V .c 1- 'i 'Q 1 3 1 '. "6W.f2"4'M49 ,4-yzf U "fy 1 , , ,afyyvjdif f,'Vf"06Wflf44f ,WMu:'wf5WjZff'ff' Jpiwilhhf fy' 'fvQ,'M42Wf if xx, :tm-'QL-iiwyyffilffkaz'.,- L . , I , , f ,, wzW,,f:,,g , My A0 f f L- f,,177f4yAf,ff f 77 ff wwf ff,4,,f.44 fyfffgvy f,,7wfv,y'fNy,4,W !fzMW1f,nJ,'m4,fL 1 :f1,,4yf',f.,fj1' ,. , 1 f f f,,LM,f,f,1 1- ,- 1 f ,' f. - f ' 'fm 'aw :,w,ffmf, my -,fWAwflf 4, ff-'ww4mfwAW,fQ,',-,:w:w,mwW4-,f,.,w,,4,.:www ,W.,,,ws, . - , , , 4 fm,-'4::,ffrf n f f1W',,W fwrafffsvf,Wwwy1,4545141,-fq'7yA:kyMifW f1Wf4,'wf44 ,M4441,f',13p,wyg.gm-.qavwff we 14,,,U11144nfz-m mp - ,-.-, I , Mm My -N: 4 ,f-wZ1f!704Z f,"k,447Wlfy7f1K Www! Wffywezmfz gdfiwa' -W1 4y:m::1,f4wf4f1W!fm fm ,WfrmwfmfMwwW:zfa:'fe:2w::W1-1 1 ,V f 1' ffm' ,-pug, fn , -vw ,AMQW 1, - my-v'wA,',W6 I-'Mix'A95.fpff4iM,f:,fQ,fm4 mfg'-g:f4,pff,fpybim, pw.. 4,,. W' 'MvW:f4m ,4,fw,Zf',fwL.M Q ,I V, N fe wwiwf nf 41 f.. 4, 4 4 4 fx ,Q amrg-W 0, Wm, 441,54 ff4,4myZ4f,1.1. rfaway yn-Mwlyyflg-4u,iMZ,p,,'-V-gg:W5yfz.g4,w:,f,,',m,., f, f ,,-w,f':wr'fws -f - ff ' ,ywwfm , fwyzwfffff-J ww fwfW'.ffw'yv-WMM' f:m,,rfwM:W-I ff4a:4Mf if ,rw-2,5ff'fw,w::,mzsw-M.new zv:-,rn ,, .f ,I f of ff, 1 ' ,M -,fu ffwmdf ,- f 1- -- fyf' fplw A, 5 ,fvj wf.:.I-MH-ffr,1,M.Af,yW,q4,,gw1714 '4W,f,A- Zffwlfdfff,-fn-,7V',f'54,, MH --,-4.42, f p.,:,, wwf? fl a, :wld 'Q if Wy! , A fiffif' !6ZfyyW,'W!4M4WZW,qA4M,f:mm ,mamyhfwwwfamv ,y4f,Me:14, 17,3 mmq,,7,g5g.f,vg'W4-,a::,J,1f,1f, -grwi - 7 41' -"' 1 y M ' '1f.:v'7'? 1" V f 145' "W wM7Zf2'7 f ff feiy-f'1?yWM'4r2z',f Mff'u"4Z'f:W41f2f29'ymf?1Wvf'f' wW'2w?7fZ4:f'f4:zfw-ff'-W1-1."::fE.f'E'15:'rf'. 2 rf A- 4 4' fs ' ' ' fmh.. Q tg 110' 1, y N ,ml Jw. -,vmb?f.'MfMW4'f0,,f.0!,fmQWff'ai Vmylyr'mwwiy-11'0,1?-ply! M.!7,:'f53'WfaMwf::ry'1y 'M-1wyr'Mv'f1:2I-1:1--'n:b,,',q:.r3-2 fm I1 . 4 go 1, N W,.,M. J wr: 1 ff fw ,1 1 1,fy.,-f,,.f4ff.y,,4M,f:v:4-:wwfv,-M--,fm:Af-f-fxffw4n:,:f-I4-W2-:ffMowmmwf Mm:-Q.:gf-rw-::.:,:1,f2.:1 ,71?lf:I-' V: 'WC' "1 4 , 1, - f 'f -G' f V' ,, f, win-,,-' I" 4,-14, .- ff fw'WMM,H vzw-A ff.fZw'm,'W f'."A WMV Www, mf- MZ 1727:-171 'mo4:,f:4f1pr mf-12-W -an .:rgx..,wy..f, M1-' , ff . v , f - f v'- f"fw7p1J Wu" v- '-f V ff- wa: ff' iff:-V -f ' Y- "'M'f'W"fh xy QQQMP1' W'4"fWfi 4fVw'7?ff wh"M""ffwW:'Mf7f1'f 'Wvy-1' 'L w yifm' fv1Aa.1'A1'-1'-x---:H--,av-'.:f1'1'--I-ua 'wi 'fm ' ' . .','v1,vL:-A fiyfw,-,' 3- 'f :ff-'Mali' fy f 4 , , fm 1f',4:'WWM,fimgqyffffwwfwf--9'wwfAZ4:9'S11:4WWf-weMfffpffff, Imam 'M":,z,':.f4Q,w -,:z'::w-:A:1.,g1:-,u.,-z,1,1,:3g,.-Wgf V Mew uf-1 f , ' f 5, y,-f-w!,,gz,.4:i1 ww- ff 'z1:":wf2,yf.':1 ,, 4 ,' 21 Wfywibrif:mv:-w6':.yZfW1' W-1YAf MM zwjfwfwMM'rr-':::'fAf-14112,v'pff,f:l1,1,f,',-'fc'.V-1af11:s,':L::v2:r.:'m,ew,:':: M1 - -W. fuzfwfzfwzfw- 1- 7 M x A f',.1,A4y:ff,zw ",-1" ff7ff7Q7qfwxZf,wWg1,Wwwwf 4v'f,!465'n!z:'v:"59! My ,-,,:,g.M'y-mf":f:'7:'f'4""-c'1'ff':,4f1:'1n:-f:M.::f1 ,:2-.:1,1:.I::2'aWrww:f'E'r6"4 w:f'1njM.,' f 4 'r U . f f, 3-' 4 ZQIZWNMQYQ f' fx "-m.9zf4Q9-wr' I' 4 . 'f'ffMsWW74:4w,vmfam'iWf'ffvwQ'ff,.1 f,,Qfr'wyf,,4f z1m,2,2f12?- rn.'f112.U,f: 1:-vaff -1177:Lf1Q:LLP4,gg'fg,IQjn155'4gMvgcM,yZ1?j A ,. .4 ,, 4-, V V 2 4,1 ,- . ww, 'f ff '-1-.',w.,f :H ,ff rf:--ga' L 'Iwi' , A Avfwldqffxfiv '44-W VZf7f1'lf'n14"w whim? 4, ,yW12g1:Mw- 41 ve.117101,gmfmz1,..,,-4':S:.,.,g,:,:5- ,f.-f'4fy':.,fg:K4f1,,'f,14, 4'1Q'f7'5 fx -V wh- .Z V , fg. 4 ,Nr-4 .MMZW ' ,, .4,,aau,f- r - , f,1f.mffgMQf?w4, 'wldv'1.'W'Wf'Vf-w,.Q':':fZ'?41vMWQ4 f.q,,m,f.: v.,,wff ,. ww ,fr-f,,,fwW,'.Qw-.Qw,- 'fxwzx 1 CM H- ': f 1 f' f' w:ffi,i4:'17.N 4-' U ' 02: ffl- 2 M4 W4'f'4'w:vr9aff4Mh 'MfA44'f5ft11 iwvkfw'w'2f1w41fff: V:41"2f'ki?2f7f1i9'WfI -cv mp:4Affwg5p::g1:'5ffm .f ' nm ' 1' 1-- 1' -4 ,M nw M1 'cf' !f4M'v- ' uf '3' A 7ff'.' M62 :,a1wfyffdf7w,fw ywvffw --e"w'fg: M-4, 1119 11f.fM--'ff W,-'v,aH:w,,:+-.L-+-. :.fxww-..ryKy,:-gg . 11 'ffm 4 wwf ' 1-,,,'4.,' em: "Q',-.'wf'v.f1g'f.4'f..74A:f--f-" 'f V Mfg, f 16 V 'V V w :WV 'fwvmdfffy-'L' 4Wff9fW.'F:,f1-49'fwffwfwuf , 41-fw,ff,7 ,M :fzy,M'SUr1m-.vw 1:V-4:we-:1'Av':aLw,.v:rf,L, f' W7 V-5' V V 1 f.. Y. V H fa 1 '. Q wuz. V :4'2'd', '59J'1,f.1'i'ff-24"g:4Z ' -J 'f , vf-' 1 M1 f' f . iff" fi.!5fW:'!Wfff02ffWbffiffiz-4'f'"VV 'iii fa:-iE.f'2I 'Z W1 412121 1,21 vw.gm:1?:1'v-f.'EE..13g "w-vw'-L 2:1251iw:w:lGs'1,51f,:1.p: . :, waz'-f ff'-!'4,.:ff y, J' ffm f'ff,,4,, ,lfzffp 'fy Pi f, aff, '2 4 w'fffm:1f4f5"wzf:f4W1.491-1-'4'::w,'E': "11w:,'f.:f4ff1'ff- .Zu',f14:lf,, ' zvff.':w',-,aff-lr-2.---zrvw f- ww24.I1:fffa:f'w,::4'1::.rr:':: xxf,qf:fQg'r ,.:"m,Q 1. 5,44 V 4. : AY'I"'f 'M 1 5 ' f 1 ,fm-,AL f Vw, ,Vf9',fM4,QQ7W.'y,:: m'o:w6bfwwwwA1::::..,- '4':::.4f:,9..g'M,r'G":,Q'f-ffw'f-f2gMwM:vfu1-1,2-45-11:-we-1,451.1-"av f:,fwf,W.q,:fv-11.wi11' V , n .- www ' V5 -v , 'A 1 '4-I 4 H - 'Q fr 4, x 1 '-1: fm ' . mia--9,":", u,,'awyWW- MT.,-,1',f.4,, '05, wc-W.Zvf-lw-Aw:-1 .- f-fyfwy ff f,,p.,W3 f1zm:,,,w,f: ,y..,g,.,..,,-y-,,,,,M4,,,g,.g ,Q ,J wx wma' 'sm . f 4 ,uv f' f ' "iff-4::' ' Q' 1 1' 'vw V 0 -i V frm, fWZf?fLZVQp'6v"C'y,b"WT", -1 A: 4ff:,'H ,aw , fa: W fwyjff-Wim:vw,-1,6:'v:rf,q,1.g:,Z-g-.:,::gm11,-11:,,4f-,4-:-f4.f,-,,w,,,:.-11 ' 1 VM' V ,u V ' " 'ww-H ' V V , f ,5,'f"11' ,V ' u'f'1 . 1 ' , f fc :ff , -V ,LV XWMWAMH nf-w2ffvW,f' '-, 41 -,::-f, 41,121 f':'f',:h44f: ,':'-vw ,'f'f'd1,g 1, :.1,z'p.,,ff:w:aeqmf f- Vg -mg, -'wg.,-2..w,.,,.'g..-4,mnux, ,mffx-m',4f.wL4 f, -A-fm: 'f ,A A :. u 'ff 1 v, WW., .r V M4 ",,y:f4:,zfv::'.ff,:Wf.vf" ow:,f'.4-w- f!1Ei,:.4:'If' Y' yf'w.f4:vf.f.f4f:zfu p:41.-1,:f"::'-w- :f ,nw .:- ,-1f::.1:.A::'-e 1:4 'V my A ,f ,-q,.,4' ,f I ,, , f. . .. f Af. fzf 4 gf f fi ,ff.,fZ,A.f,.f4,f, -f 1 f4,,1,,1 ,,,4.,4, yfyfaff, py,fw,.f .,.,:.. N., mf. fm.-,:..N,:-,, - Mimi.,17',',.,-11-w,4N',,fv V V V - f V f' V f V A' V MW. 1 f fl ,' f4,MV4A'jf2f4. -zz'-ffz',,'C,i',,1wf-',,f.af-MMM ff! ,.'ff'f!A f-vzfimw-'f 1..f1zv::v-1'-4.4-.1 .4-rw.-cw. .A ,.. .V . WA, ,,'1., ,4:411, V ,4 4 ,' "4 1 , vqwyf-ffgwfz , -wf.fff:-,mud,,p,1:::,,Qj4xfyy:':1.,11yf.f4:.-1..w'f4v:Am:ff':'wyf6 '9g'i,,ffMM2,,ffff -'14 mflrr :I-Er--:a1fff:141'1x:1 :um fv'vQHi:1-w2:zf,'ffLffAf ' , , 2?,Q,--'A-,,,v'i1 V 1 '2,1f:f' fam' ,,2f1ii:1:?4:.zrg,zy4,l-ef:-,agggiizfgfiw:wisewifglf--511:68 fm? 55:34-fgu-'faw:ff,g '::,i:,e1.g51ffg1-gf:fagM:gfL.4fg?u--MAS' ' ' f :3,'pJ2..,f3,2a412' " , fffffiwgf ,f .'2mg51 7: Nfff, A,afihwbslfL2yms4?fagM'g,e gfwgmf 43.132 zz:-,,wg':1f:11I' a:i5'ssgiwgm35sa3fggzawf1QQ:Q5Cefgszigzqwiazfgeggeg ' 11 ,ieLi:':'J115I: :E ,fu rffzfff, "J " '- T'-4 1 4 a-ff'm:11fff'fz:'ff,WV4-g'e1'L'21:2iQ-ffSp,efm12--::f,:551251 :Z afijfamaaf'1Zmfv,ee252f'e''ifregapem'Isagiiiciffhiig if 215322 Ziff' , 1 '57f952"'7-75f'1Li'J , 1: 1 'L?f'f2? ,1ff,J2p:Wg": 4. ' ,ww ff 1' V ' ,z JE 'M' -V ., n "','1'-4a1w:'5f-,ff ,affirm 2z1'3fAf1z,'M,' Hrzf- '43 41 'ir 1 21'-,111 ,-115,14 Wai- 311115 :fin'Plas-at:1'::5i::,hi-f4-Eur? umW,-'fnrvf1.'5',25cH1E:,12':'. f. ,, f, ,. 5 , H , , .,m,,0,,.. N Af,4,ff.g,, qu mf., mg, ,. .,A.4,..:m-:M,.:1,.,-1,,,.,:!,1.,,,.,.,WJf V- f1fEfQ,3355i5'QL :m .mga V1 ,'1Eafi"1f-1 ,f 'f ,,1, A ,:,f4f,,, 'Qzis,652g::4 inff24351-QyTM5Q!g1g..:gfflfiff111-503 ,-ff2ezQ5g-feglzzqzagfngiessfe'fs ,- 4-4 ff'-nf 'Mp . ,fc-.-f ,V f , va ., w f V wif fp V , .,M.l-lin' ,mv 1 Q -.a,,4fn+,!f,,:f-'-y-nc :-',c.:Ah:iQfiy.f1,.4,,wm.-1.f44ff-Ilwffgf ',.,f'q4.wg -1..,,g.,g.- zw. 2i:.nm,,,1 . V , 1,2 W, mt, ,, 'gy ,f www. w'1fzg6isMr2f1,1339 ,,5,fgg4:g2gQ .4522mqi,:g4.gj,zgZWf104mfgf',QmfgP Mg,-g1,gq,f:gg,f,l,, , m :-gx"'f,fl I ' V 17:gw,Zg4P,jfn-,m,w,,U:,11L1,f.3ymirimoz,ff-2:47321 jf1i1,fJ,w54?f,2',V'1v:y0r Hyywz.. y4z2zgg1gg51m'm',w Wg-1'-5'f:qgfgggfsgggfigg195553354 1'A,1i:ff'Eff,1M'2,i2?ZZCf!f" ...gm :faqsqgzgfgggwgg-A:g.g,,v 'H-511.114 , f ' gray I: .,4Mmhf1,, ,-'.z,1f- Qqwez'z.vz4W4w,c1,w gzwfywft ,y4,4Wz:M:,, ,V Z'w:"fz,Z 3 .'f:1w,g,,:4, ,ww :Nw H, mv,.-11:g13gg:5W-5-?fSf'fMn i:M7ffZfw,'z' -.-g: nr-f-:-,,,:,g:9 iw., 'N r 'za ,,: '-w',z1-'!?f:W4 mnfwizfmrv ff fm.+-+w4f2z!:::2v -ffwfii' 1-ming-1.1 wc V -wi-ff1as..,aff:, 4757,'.f 'W' .ml v 1-11:::-f'fAA-sf-:Ms::3'fmZ'f240Q:4f,-w ,--111-Q:::1125fw:.w-L,f:f,:-5 ,w.:,f '. . , ',,IWf.:fx,wm rf?-M, J f4.m,fff,,W2 ws.: I "af 4'44:1Ecf-f::.fxW:,,wWwa- ,111 ,A , 4:-A1+wMf2.:w:,'ff 1v"."' - -1::,--- SirIffvfw-1:'W6:74-'fi-zf.afw 'riff 'a 2.-: .:-V-,4-qw 1-2'::'4v,f:y.w.-qu , V ,I , r- f aflfffikjm, ,z,4,z,, 4.4 , .,,,,,:v.f44',,. , 1 ,fL,4f..7,,f,,f.,x, 1, ,, qz, 5,0,,,,e,f' ,I 4,,,.,, V. . :5.44.,,gm:.wL.w-,f,, 9,4-XM. , ,,4 - LM4: 1,,,,,,,m-1 -:mff':'- 'mf , ,,3"4mQ?f:ri4fM':12?4 vw .' :,?,':'e:1'1'4 1' , 11ew:-:fvM--'fffvwsgfwzzW 'n51:f.iii: WM v'1fZ2-1zw11:- ,:' N.f:H??:H?":1::'wW3f1z -X711MQH2fW-rfn.12':aw-',f'-::.w:.f1f::-w'1pm:::11:2'5fa1:?f, V' N ' 1' Hi ff' Mmxwufarf f ww , 'f .vffc .J-fm V ' -5,'15ff4va'4f- :'v'.-:4.ff'A,,-201'-4'-1 -w'WZf'M,247-.MS ':-:. zxgpzzl-:aww -:wwf Q !f'Q4mff'lNmiW-21-Ly-1'-T-4-'wh-.fmyfef-'f'rff:A,-ff':i'f4::'-:f- , .1 4,1 ,ff U ,V Wmfpcf,4,ffzfMWz:y,14 ,wwf ww, Y, fi, mu. - 'ff 4',::ff5144--ef, zHfqfM9',L,',,54-,Q Mm,pf-fffffdfy.-m,rgpgw 1 '::,wfg,:::,f-:vw-'24,gym-'5'4z::,:Myg.vf:7 war:Y::cw-:afflaw'-:I--,Liv-capzy:,4:',-es---nflnv-1 .1 -.,f, ' .,,fQ41pga-W14 1-Myayw mir-ffrfw, V V .,s17,2w,1 w,,4wW9w1xvfVWQf,mwff'-..q:,hf:f.:wi.-flf::r2n:0.Wjf,gfi,f1:,fm:fpQ,Q'v::,5:,qfzfz-:qy,wgz4::Wy4,51 M4,,::1.g A Q. 1 ,-',w. ,' , M W .:' ay ,,: ' , f W, w 'fp ,,f4:"f,f.w ,QA , 4 ff ,,,fep,f,w,z-..f,:..4,w,,-, ,-vf'.z:.1': V ,::, .2 ,- V-aqwff-flfmMmgrwgz-'n,fwfrff-ffgffwwz ,.Q,.n.w:.:1-Q f' ' ff . , e ,. ,, ff :WW ffwdy?-112 AMW' wx 1 ',2,:1'f,v,2 fizmfzwff 2" ,whiff fugzzfffwfdflzyh iw fmfzwghl-245 -Mviicf-4l'.'i-f,-1' H c:f:1ufiwf?E:'4Ew'5'7 'WQ4 MQW. -M.-1:1-ff,-:fw41-q,weMf,41:f4.41ww,-V U :rl:..-- fy Uf V V .azz-fr fv-'V'2102144,ffZf:"ffuLM4 1 of-v W1 aff-fffffv' -ffI44e:1f'4-'-5.1, ' I f'2,,2'f,Q.w'f74ga'-' if fx94e!ffWfi'w4"fy4fv4f'zif3of4"v1?x:.E?f'N 11' -' 1--1:14--'dv,:I'iMW45f65-1:kiwivysxl-yr'fff:r-Mfv,r-'Wfr',1,2:Mwmffaize'fr--zzrigrfk f '4J:"f,:wr'-, ' " :zz-MW f' :,.WffIZmii'w i"fJf.frf f:ffM'2:1 " f' "4'f4291wf.'f 1f.4'f:,f1-'E"-I Vfwfma' .2i:'ff:z6H9yvL'? ':y"fLfZ2M,-in-13.' -'Tj'E'ZviZY6f3?21Q4Zv'fWgm!.z?4,z4a:f1r2::f?.:w?!'1Pn'f,?Hww5w2Q41:W::rz:rf,mf-1::,::+ f ,Q , , nw cwzffzmf N' Hr fwfwwevz, , gf ww 5 'Aw N23y4f5,:Q'fqzfwr-'5-.r,2' Hx-:...v4f' 'aw ,uf.'MffWwf,1 "r:,::'5?.w25Z61fpf 'V-f4Qwr?ivf'-awlaw-?y4:2ff,v:w Wfzgaym-44W','ff:rwg'13v'f1'9,M,f'-,,g1:J,q51 f:fq::'53:.:g:, 'i V -xr,-m1::' 124' +-ff, V 1,1a1p1',,:w1f2f f f 2 w,4,w1-rffmgizaw "ww f-',ger.gaffv,WnZ?:f??Sw-1 fax2-2:1521-leiwwuvff: n:fa2'?WZ,fg:a,Mf1fs2:2..s'.'hM12yw11fwmfL19:Nz-wrfmbzarmwuf5: 1r:'ZQ,-gew' 'f' ' f 12' . ' , N2 f-Mzzffeavf V ' i1w5f.2Z4fwfieframz?WMWQZZM Iwi:fvw,:yW2?251:m'fW1Wi??ffiWf'f?473'?f'xfffr-'2ZW4"?"f407f'f'2fHivfv'fPYEE2fui,rv fm M,f49rw3 f ww f ff 1-2v:z'v2wQ::1ew.v.mf "few fa'mxm,-'p:f:mzrf24Q--1V4 :ws f-2,M2fu.4S,v','6-,ammrpgw452:-Q-m1"wQ wMz:1.1M4'fsf.,,,-'n115.g:f:yifvf4m,: fwf,.am:-um,..::'m-g:,,::g,:2::, -9,7112 'H' ' ' .1 ",. f I fum' ffdzfi-fn wfixrf in-.V ffm-yy,L34:2?,,Z'1f :A ' .av ,4nf2"4vy-2'Qf,16f13:-':v,,m:-:vf gf iff f '21,--fkyiafsi ,f,,,',"iv1L-Jg5?1:f-f.pfjfm15"4:f-'hgh-'f2n,Z'.1'f'r:?"9111:55::14f.rf,' -zfmgfyvgzfff2345:f-mfygzll:-JIQ4-,:::.-4:::g:r 4' ' 'LW ' 1.201 1 'Q"Z,4ZZ'ZgW451'fAfT'f,j '- ffl 1 Ewi:V'-f:Jwfff,f':Z1'ff'-'G,P , Lbqwfwrf 'Wwfibi 21f?':Z4??vf 'If-3?21W"2J-ivff"?,ffvmriv :i4Q32f"fvf1WWfv3z!f'5fJ":W22fb:1V6?'1-411n.lf'w!'i-:fif'yM'f11"''4.4',i,'L"-'14 Cvfi fr:'Gm'R'?!'4:!ig:1Uqf:4g" -, w '. -Jr V V V 4 1 ,A , 1:H,gfp'f-'Ayn'-n:!w:z4g,,,ff-, -1 r' 312114,-.434-ff, y., .- ,,'.f,4pp,M:,Q'-Nwmyg43,fd-.,sfnx?m.-ff:,,-gf,-2 ,q41gnf,,g4.y':s.-'fM,4wg,- fmff-.1f..Afnf:w.::w:.-1-:c-4k.,qgc 1,,-ww f J 1 'wx ff ' A411-,.4.-1f"5f 5 4--,gl-fy 1"1f?v7-vpftzssfjzgw.ws V '-A,:'.r2Qc:f15a6N1.fyf2M , V4 4,-,nm vfwimp-,,Www-+f4'+'-W1:-nwfgczf-,.,,:'ff 'Mu -ff4-741414-u,fM.,pffwfwg:--,wmfgz41.3.-:'g.,,,1r,,1 f ,g V, ' , Lvfgy-, V V .- , nqw ,, V ,Q ,,:,g,ff: 5 ,- 4.1 4, V ,,,-v,f,f,:. j',',1,qfg.:45,q,!.,m.Azlimfxtmgnf,,gf:.,gg:c,,q,,,q'1M4- ,592 ,QQQQ 1,g!-fzmy'-1, 1-,fw:.1,,gtg--:,.X--g.s5.Hv.,,:vqi':4-af, f , ,Mfg . 1, ,WG-1f?g0,,yfn,,, .. 4, ,V .Q,,..f,f, ,..,,. ,MM-:, M., ,fd.,f,w.f,.,:,,m.,N .ML,.,af.,,..',m,zq,,+.,,f- f , znqff ww z '- , "fw,m,' X N , ff!-1:-',i.mkfL. V - ''V-wgggfgg!f:,,,:.g,,p,.f1,- w,,, ywypyx,W,-Iyf,-yfA'.1 ,,,1.,q:'-4,51 g1g.,Y-qgn4-nc,-f,g,y.-.--Ms,- 94955214 Wah, wg..Maryamap,.vzq-4wmi,,y:.'+,Wmfm 1 ' , "fn2"f?iZ V -QwL,1" '- rfb- -1. . 1 me-,fn'Z'fm:W:-!fw:'f11f:" "f1:'?lWZf,2-iw'Wh.fl-41' : :viii.y-"ZW-.Af1:.Q+1?Ei-N '.'aQGgwJ!5ffIfw":ffMAN-M.-1'.rM::Sf'-:rin,:Wf3-'wWv,.z2 Lvif ' wfwfP4:i":H Q. ' u:'2Z"-5'P'vg,v " .A 5:42,-'f,ig-f3yrw'-wfwjf-vw :,, -. xf:-1 wlgx -Y'Q'f::gw,:-:fx-'gglffgf-ff' J "A-fxyw w'9,VMMzlQwefN'-M-.bw-:fMueL-J'::,?2'vZ-'16,-' 1 . -, - wr,,,,,g ,np , -,:, .,n gg V -3 :nv-. 3: ,, 1 , ,.',g, 1, V. , Q. 3-,pm g: ,V 4, U M .M 1 V 5- Y-..vvg.q,,,,. , X ,-,-- ,fm 4,MQAMf.,.:.-,pug-gf'-gm,g:.-541,11wwf. Maw. , , , X, V ,. ' 1, 4 4,1 'ff ,ff,:,,,,,1,:i,,,,g1,,w,,-re.-,C 5,1 ,ff ,fLfm.g.f1 , fff.,:,-,!f'sy4r,mZ2,f''fRS+f:f...'fiQ11m2SgSfQ2X9YQWQv7A-.ewdffffN:Q-1-,1,:,mg,Qa,rfwyvnvzfwf,1.::-A V ,ff mf,r4vwv-5,-,2',c.,'wwf- ' f,V'Uff45:!2f?Z?f: 'J -fc gwifakfmffs ueikmfax -'yr My 534'myf'f?4m::xMgiiiciwawM?+3f4MW pwmzifggrafgsi-Q-qvfp.-wgew:5f,f2s2'We-:':1va ' " V waf:1f,f:w2f:1:z2- --W--12gfwr" 4, ' A"Mw.,ff a11?'ww'Tf'- ffwf- f222m1"1i-gf.' 'L."Zfgg1Z-:2 '?w24g5gw.u N:g3N52YQfW4W"VfW'3ggafw,,::w2-E:-NsmeQ-:wsv':5:Leffif"-ay-9:11-'3,1.. ., , ' ' ,fvfqrveafxipwLe,:'iw:1L, ,. 1 ,E'p1,f??gjfU'y'Eff- 1 'W ,U-,3WqffWWf3'.5, fh1:1'.fr'fg2 ,,s-Qi gm94:9gQ'iNQs02.fq:q2Mfy95,M9344fi.uz:2 :NyxwnQ'-'-43,5'wfu::4'wg::,.g4::::::-29: 1'-Q4 'fp gw.,':.,:f:wg5 fm-,gi W4gm:1?f4fW,,.nw , stag'.q:gwz, 13f3.,.,'g,y15mf -,,f,g:g,.:g1 ff mf?5:fz1igq,q.:q4gg:4-is'if 'ixfwbgfq-:47Z6,,Wg,W, A-.014:zxuigxgikxibxaV.,12.+111:fAfMw:f::qg',.:'f'A5x:S - ww , ,-frnfsvvfiv:.wm5' www 'r- "wo44124mffm"-', -ww.,,7e .21-1: H' w wf-1 :1'r+::zU2.w12vs'f4 "'-fzlwv-" G- "SW AX! 'MMG11f4f'1'W"A'f?:fw-Fr'-'fwi-fliiffi'ff1:w,4w1w.Qv.4f'"N "4 . . .' 4 Mmfwrfzsi ,:,1f' '::f,-lrcvhfcfyicffrv- , -'I 24:"'1-- ' 2' V 'f 2-mf -2 vi W'-'f f--fr fwf--4--4,1-.33 V wvravwz-ffXydM 1':W:f ff'.'1'4G-.fm-1'-'Sw :W-9:64,-f'w:,ffIR:-'J-.-fr.,,:r,z. 'g f -"h 1,f.,"1I','f.'ZWj1 i,'22g7:'w Q." 1":"f':,-1.'1:,:.'.Q-41"y4w,fM16 'G ,V ' '-,:,'.,g'-1:1 ,' o'f4v1-w,',- . " 'g,-2,94 Q-'2'f'.,:wg-:,2'yA.-:p,1'1'2"PSx-,X2-'X:7",gg- :-wglylaf 024, !,g1f-f:j4a:'?.gfrW:'ffm-x NN:1::1'6:.f::Z,'1!y23?'XrI?1:2IfC:r"v-:,:g:f ,V ' 1 w,f,A.,.-,1fam.74'aA'f,:411.-,f Mg--..A1,::s:w-u' ,'ff5,1'+w,3, i224-M f?i:4?s.f-,mf jQ"gf'.f!ffJ1?1:Z:i25"'ff":1IE'NINY5 MsQ:zVsx'::g,4w,f:wTi5sev'ifmsszfw. ' 1 Wi h' siZ"f2?1'lf, IW7i52""i1T'l1?'f'EL Eilazi' Pf'C1fW'32 4'13-1V5E1if-':?':fIL'f?7.'fS+f?'f7f?f1'fwvWi5l9?'i? !'f?3Q.?4L,'.55H3,f T 1'f,f?"?f1?-.Z?'d?5A'.iYS1 -1551-'s'ff?WWW515256-'iz-'iQ.NTEEEQEf?"5'1?hEw5ffi5i'29EW'ff"'?f?f A V. 1 1- ' v3"wf51Ef'f "l'17'fJ:7'2"'ZW'7f'f"'.LN'3i'f'1'-I," "'f2?"f-T2 3' -Wwe" ..,J-fi? -1:i"5:fl?X?0WTKf'? BVM-6'12i?85?52P'fEf'f'k" mail':EVM,'Rf5!4?i?.ff'WYu f7ff':'J33vf4i5Iff'-i5131XEzWW5?fM5553-f5"f94''f:2w"'1f5i wff1325'l2'l:-iE9f7::: 1-.r-'W ' MJ!! new?1b5:,fffvf4Wwff1.ff. f::"Lf::"-M' 1ww-ff12':4.fQ-w4M-1-f,av:ffWvvf eww 1:11wffzf-wer,+xezw:31f"wffwwefrix---Qfi'f-mf,'NwNff-rww"Y'af::veif-2' r f -: 5 E:1'5v?1Sz'?-'."' ' 79'9f.'fL43:7fV:,4 5"-eW"f53i4' '1f'wE,11f1 1wL"f2l'32f15"11:ITff La"w:2f'f'.'2"'f 1,-'2:W"'n2Sbf'-i'1 V '1'!T'1is?fzviii-E5ff2"fi5M"?5'?f'?'f?1??v-'irif3ffM?-XYZ:::i-53.1451-irvfSf:W'Wff YWIJEWSnf"1!71'k1.uii5:f'?:'1-P.-Wif1l:2Fi'J7fI21' 5'"FirN?"-'L.1i'32f'fiEfE:--:rin L3'-Wt15:1ff.,-'1f'f.:V,-221121111251tiff'-.i' ' fiif-.'f:.?'a2?2af1:i,u"'1ff15:1f?f'f-Wi W1 " vi?'-ff:5?if.a2W2Wf:2:29v'1'-an1,'?1,z12'v1ff-'.:v,v1'::4frM1funWHQHK:1'J-msvrar-ws-temhfffr's1s5i,9-W-22 z':-1'2:.'m 1f:Eivfifif.2Qzi1asi2?ai'ff f' '74'f:+fH1i?l'ffl!! MIA,-if D f1f,'92Y5,Z5ag,':42g,,ffcfgguiiifiinggfwjiff2ff7f?QlmY:'EQRY-nkffm1,M-1EPfsie5ff!e1gg3jse2QzQ2: ESQ-4iz "ffl-' ' 'f':a"':-ff' -f 1' 3LH"-7755J551f7'1!' ,' I '3"W1V::?5if'W:"f"'.2Cf'?'V1' 15, ' . uf553543-6f:'f234f5XEfP"?5f5-:ff:f5'7 fill- 'HW wr f'I"5Pc44 ff? hip 1??':ffSEN3933'llwilf1':l3f'5f':5f:?.37:11'-l1f""1:1: ,vf1':5'f' Y"1"f5- ilf.E?5' -I 255625111 - ' f A f-,pg H.-5515 H gg: ,,f-v7f:2'f':fw:L!r1 Q 'xc-',:.v5yx5.,f--,-' ,lygwsvffpru 1',.yQ'93.,qw's. w,2w:,3'7,.:j4'y-,I-:gtg:ig:25::Sr:5gg,3-.:,j,Q:,5 g5f,1'..:5Q, ,5,w,Q.3.cf-:wg-priw::,A,w.I-ghgvrggy, ,.-'21-1' , 1 ,K'wfc::'1",':f, 1, ,.--'www -,:'f:,"f ,- . 14' -'-,n!41fg,:"-'g."- Y Y f 1 ,,,,::Ag:3:f:,a. M4:.wf1e,m'5 iw' M.::1MP,,,fff 46.1-1 L .41-exf:1f.:.f-6115:--,tN,::wx:-Sh',,vi':W-'c.,1-W'f.'!f,',11f'YSWXN-uMN--wfxzfir'-N':"f::kN,1':am---:r-: - fm 'cf -"vw-2 Jiri! 11' V--6, it-rv-Q.:-"-zibffff, 2' 1 ' .1-,vm--Q:1rc12'K1.:,!'5!M413 wt My-g'Wfa,f-""f .W rv ,.nf:1,--M,w-:::.--HM.. T-:uw ,,,m4J05mQNqv.1-1-.-mf-A-ggyzt-Q.-Q.-rv 1: - "1-Haw.-'fy' -J:1w-f"f':- 'wg'-', 41' :,,-.,ii'.wf,'.:-wi-V-if , if- ,,::' "gw'1Rw2-'wmv-1'-Wislzbzt- z!.f'4 11951176-'.gf-, w ' e-:,.'-g::r-fp 1:,L.4:::-q:.yq::,HwjQ gf-gagr-Xqkgfmsv,:4:,3ywf1:gy-gr-..:wg.i4--2-vt,--',:-qi JggGg?:R:g:,: 2- -' -X :W -- fr- 1 4 fy '4-"al:-'w-'WQWH 4 .-W" QEmi"1H--"1'w2'wx2xv35-IQM 'P"54K:-' MWA 'csvffrl :mel -1.:.--1:,-.4--:vw-h::.V,5.c'A-.1-gv QNX--fww-f.l 'Wm-: M3-mf-: ::-PDL,',:'1x!:Q'N:'-:-1--:rl-:, -2 , ,.1fz!5:., w Q ,fwaf-11,1 4.-''.i'..gp.,ge?Af'.,zm-W'.1-1 .A-:rw-qv.-13::x,fxwy-W.. 'z:w,,:1,,-img5.9,-,,,,,J,,,N,3,:N--q..,,..-:1,..:gn-:.,m,-,v,:w,,v,,1.A5-.zQ,,.,,pf,,ggy,ffgy,33g,...x1x-,-f...y,,bq,,,.:... za-L,-:1..,:.g ' - 5 ' f"vK'af:-iwzfll'-1' 1" V1.1 '5""iff-X-fJ"55'WfP?IZ' 'f ' 2EJ'Y-,ew-,24-1,E14:-M42551:ffitfwii,Cf:?fgw...,v f-1in-4rQ?i"':.,:1'a.-XX12-P?-R'-'32.1dBwfmiuwww M ,ff-rw:-,gig -vzwxx.-Is-ib'Q:USv'E::1-h11.a HW' w"C-:?'P1:e:1v :Twrw-af?'LQgiiqugyig-u2f1yp,g' , L, ,ff-1:15'3awqbu'-I'f"i"-Mifffziaftseiffef?Sfffise e2-a.":fx'bX241Sii:1sf1fae1Him,SE:i?f-TWilivfieminrzv Swe!-'ifFiwfr11f:Q,.5i:e:5:rs1-RQSQWEEIE :vie 1 135 . , fizizsiesiiifffsl-'QEA 5 Na 3':-"925f:'W52'2915: ::fEl:-22'1!:--Q5-ii1225?:iI2Q!'E-il ,Q - ngiwi. ' - 'I 'E,XQ53'q': ' .1 'f34r2z5:Frgf:1,.,, 145 W, Wf'1'E'!':QQ,,,J:,'giTQg-E' -':g5,1:,.f Y' ' ',:525.fiY?- -1,1 2:21,fr,E'Q:'1'2.m1mq,I,:4354211'F:'f'wQmTm73s::i:,:Mk:W..1cJ-1565195435riqfflg "7 3e,55wi51.:S3wx,f1:53:I5-,i:'g1:'3412!-:LiE,::l:.::g-,Ev m- Mx- wr H ' f v: '. ' . wrm,-'-51" .Ll--1 Nz..-' HH- f ,x 3 -M..e-1,:'y,f- W,-1 :N ,-,,-fi--sw-14:,,QA-'.wz.x,vbN gp-Nw--::'-:::rr'-mrE-4,-f"fv:..,,:o--Zmjgeww . '-.V-wwexl.-4E:f--ww"::4A-gvc2--f:Ag-.:w-,.,- Y - V -2112? LA, 1 'N 1 '.Pf'-'qgze'-:mrsP-e?1:::22v'-vi, 1 .vi WA 2 1:-N 135fvQ:+3.w-:wwvt:-'.-,fue-".?22i1i' wwstsv wh,ssfxviwa'13-Afav-a,:f1'v'Q2fZ4Q2zaA:m'L v54S.f:?rPNv,-9.515-anis-Qlwsif'24?-:ji-:iiaf5asv .H z.. f gsm-ie1e ::1z1.:sf mr 1f':fftf's..V,ff: wf , me f:2:?fS' V1 v'.'.'1-Q 1 ' 'qffllff-,2 -.:,E"r"N Y ' .' -r-15--'rw Y, ,, V 1- .:1' -:r:'1i-:::'--- 'ff"11mf:'--MV'-we KJ wk Y-Nk?'Qv5frv:-'ivlgvzrfv--w5-w?-9QS-'5Yql.N,- 1' .4-in-W2NfSgrwS'3v..i-xv-:rlrf-'f:4:.x 1-all-::Afh:1: -- .,,.1f.:,:ff Wm nf' X 'P-wr-w.11wf,Lk 1 , '1'v'5.:x-Q-.mv wif- Ma:1,2m,1':4fm2'4:kfmN1-:xs::--gm-.wgfs-1:25g::gf:w,:'s.q1:1::--v,:- 37? -4 :H Gy ::1:24,.L ,-13-W' " '1:'f-f- v: ' ,':'f .4:'- rf :Ae A '-1G,,.rr1'- - -Q-' If H' -if-1 'PLmv-'-,-+:e2,..fX''ru-:f 'g. f:,:r:I'i-:,. -:x- :earn-,Q -151.5 ::.'pa,,1-Ag' -fp.-f.-,friwafvlv-' --i-:J X.L.,:',w2- "-:1-r3.1-' fzzf.-.xf-'t?.:,?' 'l :.2 ' . 11 , A 1- :uf ','ffQ2fv?93f?fgRQ:W1fQW?5e.zx,u2fzfsf?3fr:rf,:.::'1?m?:s2AMXW?31S:S2ffi""3?ilH54 ' 1-151 u'V.--:-:ff,"-M-1-'ia'?,"vi-1-iw'"ri N :"1-:: - 1 F.,fiwne'51'-9:11116--v1f2wf:3"p ?.k'?-wifzf'--f1 t'f:.w:3imQ'z-'Ni11'wSA-.gg-J-firm:-.-y'.'12f::f3f,wgixgaw,4w,x1,:Q:pmy2f.11Weqfx:::r+":g',r1 'fi,3-'zxskiarslr-'iL'2i+,, V,-llw-fs" ' 'w 'mwiwr.J6vri???aWw"v1"'v-Efwfrf vA'1h.:":'1fiwH vzfw-Wk?rc--IMI!-fi!-:ff rmfkiklrm-E4?'f4f:,z.fWi:-1?::2iN'mQ5fnEwzf1'.s '.:"w'w ,f1,:+.4"51'i,wf, ' agfaq 1+ ,ffiwi-Z XJ-111 , aff:.mg-Mf22fM'swwww-"I' .::y1-i:Q3fEQ:Wb.w.f'.:f:2TSg1:2:::i1f,f:E?Q.1123-wwfr:vWzf'wws'eLm:q5s 1iwqS:::aSE1:3g:1-N 211- a:f,2-,e.1:'vf::"v-'f,:','v-1.f "-4.21, -7.'22'-,: : H: -1 4 yawsirmX:"1i::v1NlQ54:q:S2:',fQ" ,:- fE:f"1::.5fiq:?A"1vI3v?x5:5.,.if1''igmwiwhgge:IQEA,.ff-5Spy.Ky7A4'Cgfgg'!2g:Q0P::CSg::5::xhgrN -:,:,g,x .vga 1,53 '.',:.,.::'1!.,f3 1-2 , "2.-zv:::g', ..1':,::.Q,irc-Qfa.f'af.i-f-xg' fgW'f'f':1Ez45ess:4,yS1h-if2-fa.N - .1'?'4LQ31292:5'ff'35:fQf3K'i'iSi"GQf2G'5N5N,K4'fQ3EfkYf1'T?5i?i?Z5'Qfr114111,3?iF-g1::ffi:??'IfQZQEI-.,'YF - -1 1,15-:71,:,.fw,v2iA'I-W " 'fl-wr. 1-mf. ,I1?,"f"3i':7??if 1-ans4,:431.:i":'f5-wravgzifzu- ' f-'a::'11:i::1':L25w- xv V ' -',1a1+few--xx' 'ff'af.asfza2fQa:2e-','--fr-f'f:'::v.:zww',g'f:f:- vt' , :iff-iaweirfzzslfmf- im:-VQ W ,:, wr zv,w1qf:f .15,gg:,v:1.eei1s5if':4fQ-H -z"J:1.f,?11Ef3N2z, 5-w '..,'-g:g52g3:afSz':'sa:ws l' 1 1-myM451-:5Qi:Sg:g53gi,ES:5Q?:1x12erffiii'Zfm-2:f.rgfsay.?e31:5-,.s.g: . 11:1-5yz1:ffm5g.:2if,m " wr' 'ZW - -1 fi f'ff1'w.1vi'ff'-LzrfffW?'r'4j'1l'?E-ffl '3'2wf'r14- . . 4 ,z-45221-W' V' ,V we-N .6515:3"Q1"3q!.531:+-'1:" 52: 'His-Qv24:.lr2i:'ew:' 143'-.'.'11r'E'rg-'vtX4.:'15r.ffis'3,'1:C:f4?.Zi? 'v2.12"'Ia-52'-EL ,9's:f1,11": -+5w'Iw55:-iQa:3'.2f'wir?1f:uf2h?'rf+i1XaWz P W-'W' 1 ' wi? P1e?.2fi-vflzv -11.3 wx1z41:Sga:ggV.g'sg ?211S'1fU. 'fi1175:-":53'-"."i'ffi ' ' I., 'aM:':r-N:g5-1.21:f- wr: 's4f'Hf1L3.1 1755w:,x'3f-1 'nz :r'1:,,-1.1-Q,"-, h4.,'..f:r5:.:xXww1:1.s1::.,f-4''Y,-Ijiay-2.Zf.:51ufa-1'-4',gifs5:vv'M',+--a1'i,:" zfqfi--Q : V. 'vm 11 ff fr--:Q : wg, . w , . , ,.g:e.x5q:',-- 4, -xqgxgm..V--Q:--...:1u:.,1.zxA x,-,Q .1 ggwng- z' A, Y ,gs.,:.,Q-NX-QX1-.-Q-.--Q:nf- k-..w:,x4,, 49 V ,ug .-g.,.,:1yg 5:1 .: ,,x545:fN. 1 VI: Y,-vz'r5,f,-.Q , ,wi-sg.-4 4 -'r21fft1':.wf2M51 'z-'X mkgezfIW-1-2f1:.r5'v'i ' -'uw ww.,,,.-wg--..-,xx-tai'' "4''.9"q.-WNN',q.-1321i-'fl-Qflg.'q?XFEf::I-1i5,:'9,"7fii:'1Tf',A-:,:'.:f,,1y Hy.:-1,':gs,-.nz 1-. we-'f,'1'4:.,1'l :rin 1" ' ' ' 4 V -fi','4S11'i:::1fwz-'1r'i -' w.',z.'4N-'Cas-Q5 r-132212: -gg-:Z " mrrsz--:M-.mi-.:'2g H,M-wQ2Nw1::::'iwqqzkxiq-'+- 'rf 1.:'-1,5-wrfv -' qw.g 2fxz:.,::,g- :-' w:m:wM'-- - 2" ,I--':',P -' -f I7 :mf ' -g.1.'g,: , 'eivrq-:S--Nerw .s-21.25 f.f,:u-ga'-rf .1 A L , ,4 +':'Q::5Q:U:-1 gE',..2 'qi-wlw:f'gp:'f-Xkx:r1::::fQ:a3zz, -1- ::,4.::f:.-c, 41,-Q, 1.-1 ,Af-:A u w.L -- f Y -'-'41 -w.1-- Y iN'?:SS-5-"W " -ff' zf'-ft:--H 'f- :Y :' V fefgvfz'--:Lx-11 'T-. wiffx--v'hv1Q:x11X:---2,1:av--,Hz-H: wr- 41' , wx"-.":1..r .ex-1 za:-. 1- V-""1ff"' "2 V If . L-flU,sM.- , M Mg: V'2"f52f " :.55::wiwff:w,-fl,vw1, -1w1eEHMfS:'xawH:wx.-1-vu , ' 4 2 Q '4.3vp3'1f- 'iiwm ',l?'i1-"'g5,rEE:2twSr,51:u,2,f3'Z:' 3'. ':'z3:i'wL-EIS5,2iI-,LAESg:f,' 14.-:fFi,l?5SA53':::?EnQ:a.1-,--fl-K:F5SXue225125251Trfk?-fJf,2'i'f: .Ei .13-91 11 a-1,:-'T1u',fw2 -t':'22ig2-ag, eifi- .- . J ,x-.'r- S A 'M amy: - -rw: - .g -"Q-N-.4 V ' .- up .r ,:..--,1.,.Q-',gQ.14xvAr.5v.y...N1,xf::.?,1-sz,-N-5,-qrfxblgz--.:f,.f: , , . ,g4.3::..w:,-,,Q'.. .412-X -1 :-115.1-Gig , ,,,1::, . 1 ,'-,:w:'Qf,1-,'fn':.- 'NT .4 YU:-fzvx gf" V55-P' -K'-w9', - ,:.22'-f 'flew':'11"fT::'2'H'5' w- "2-M -:+Yfg"-wr X-,Qfgv:-'--Lrrl:::"':f4..::,.mf -,.:'f',g1:e. -gsgwx-'41 mu' T:-305:.fgx:-rfb.:-X3,,,'1:.:3-Q-, .. 'W P Y.-.vf . X 'Rui -I--:N 1 ' Y' '-V':5.v:'111'-r'.-'.:.'?-41.1-. 2,5E::,' 4 'I 4:r5:::12f5if22,.w'4 12,-1 112' "bf,,f?4.113,Q::1?'::vE:u :-img,-E:'4:1.g1m3g:,Q51-131.9 L3i'f::r3w,i51ri-,UQ-,fazl'gr-Lfayflm-pg:12i1':T':f.-5.f.::::f'f '55, Q ,::s,1aS??'v1 ,N 222:12-r g - -:amz r 2' -5-gli rw. :wif H4 "'x"f:'11'f1 11' Xu: " 44 NEWwx?s1v:::ffb.f?,- M 3NN-1:32:11 T5 :wr -':-'M21 1.'IJ5?'l:1,.'1":fi'wX?,3U'9E?'.5i.lf.:3'i'2Q1K'f7,fKIf1:15'7:-g?5b-l1YES'RQE"3i'3Sx9xff"4'5!Q'N-dim:'C- x 11 ,"zf.g:-,Ziff " 'if Q14 W' -In-11E91Essqyzexl'-1?1:f,:'::.- :5,w"N'Q11:i', wi Q.aiffez-azff,.Qi2RQN:'Yf:ET1'S1'Ns'-iilw 4122,.ifklfesig?QSMHQLxggSi?'isi:5?ei?R12 'L-yrff f ,ax - pw.. wmzx- -'-,rw 4 - . 'fax ':v6va,:w--::-.fr2'-f::::1,gg-::1--M::,-,:: -, '- . 1' ,,,.' ar? wan:4:.42,-.',1g'1f:f,'-,H:.,4:.'::,,1:5-1:1-21:61. ::::,.:f, ,4 ' -, Q : ,wi-.1" ',.i"f:s'1 , '1?'l3.j,'f1 ' Q.. 'msrbfff:SAWzgni'-fgwdge21-1124wiwyzqi-7: gf: ':1 frsw.-s..qi,x..ggs4-:,:qf - gg ' " Q-.51-f'f:"f ' ,fV1'2'i',iif' ,Q ' .,f1.z2?iaQahf hm'-5.12221 ,fbi , S55- ,. .- 11" " S . :11--ff.-ffw lif-'ifiv' 'ArS3?1'f'-fi1Z1.i','fl'1A7"x?5?4Fff'W'1lf,5'Fif,fI'3'-'iwff i.f-f":2:g-mixv ' " M'-' H..'-:Qf:.:i5e2fi-1Uefigsiimrz '4E2aQ1i,,,:-mf-vw-zwa-fsmizgw.-9S:Qw:.eaX3'sfaq'-:ins wx'wr.:-Irx-'.'g.?4s':,v:A-sg , .' ' X' 42" ' f.'S,gfi'?AN. 2'T5ff5fj"i'59fQS?'Q,IQ 7 1511 ,-Q-'?faf.31 ' X -f I:iZE'i.f ' 3' gf '11'35?bifr1AE-: -' fT':r,5E'i.i1.:-"tw yr ' xiii-zz.'ESi1EihEpsj5gi?,.f5A,fQ4aE .1'fr1:1rrvQ-,En'I:5,f23fXjfrQX-' iv-1:'mizfIEf".rsb'fgS'fE'w::--41:55:19Nl-Iii 'CSE' '+P:Pls,il12Ef:.':53F25'1 . ,r 153-Hrs?ae:1af'111f1'A:1 ' ' ' 1se"1a:11'- f J'-H V, 'Q' 2'asfaffl?-5wlflixsfsffsitxggi1QfsIr'as1Ew-:'sfwffzzfi-:Nef:?F5N-.:1w- 1Qfzfrlxia15-ff,-QFWWSQE--IwiQ5w:-2smF:f:-.Swv-swllkissii-HM2 .am-KL.2,fIiw1:cwsksff-,E:s:T:ssSs: -' -. '. V' 'P'--.xx Y. -M N1-w x, me s.,.Y1-,n,' . m,w,x. . :mn ,f qv, -my -:x N'-wr--F-::w::xh,v N.-Awxzwxx-'wi-fmc:-1z:K5.'iQlMN::.--,E--..--az--Nwz-.-v.-v-:vm , .,. . . ,, .M ,,4. , ,. ., .X .- 1 . , .gg .. b y :.xz,.1?f,:g, ::9gN,qy9f:1.S::,,yQ1.4 ,,v,, ,f,,,11-,x.,..:f,,.n.:g,-.:QEMy.1gX.Mrx:..SN'X,:iN.-.w.y.xE:..N2:mNN3w,,g,,--.:, 5 f:1:..,23':"w.5:---LI-Fw I , q .. Q.. :.'-:War-i..?'s,,z?,.!1-xmzwarei-is s-limaS:eLfNsivWNLi:wfw:mix'-tkmxikf-fAR2f-fa:ff-wwsrwQ2?QQ1v:f:swAE ef::sfwfL'aS?eSe'fs1af:asf: , . 4 lfsqbw--35:5ws-.,:' wb. xxp-rf,-.15-...,:.S.i, ,sw-P'm?'-.'-ww-' -1 V-QQ, J,-esxgwzxu, .X w1.w5m5kx -Ngyiiyf W fg:QiS2fQsr?1w.:1 QQ-w1,,qmg5Qx3,.Q.: vb ., wp.f:-'wg-:::ggs-f:5:Qg+m -. , .is-Illhi-J 1313l' .:?xQ'ff1E Q0'5."f'.f-lfjj3:QS.Q:1giEs.5-4r?'Ei.:Q,-f'g1"E. if:1517,f?Tif.?155iliiR5fqifiiilifi 4' 1-'f - ' ,N . 44 "H ' ' .' : , :iv-Y: -,-:Sw-F.-ff f'1:X'C:-t?N:FwQX:'1f 'wif-1':rb:1G'f.wWN:A-'- TN- , -5-:ivf,"f"'1--wil?"-..- "'-q12f'ff4z: 421rf--1'2v?Cvf'vw'?.w,:'1.,:-vwff,:fb.r1i'h::rYl'fExfb2?A'1?.?21:": ,-',. -1 . . 4 . 1 . 4 - . gt.-1-'b:,X-.F..-Mm-Eklwqv-vN--X-.wxqgxrwg-.,xg-32,1Nwb!+Q!HA,5qQf...-5:N::Q.-gxxuiwkbqgglggU-X.xw5x--, g,,M,q,1.,5,,, W,,.v,,-,..,.,:f,-N3 ,A-L,.5.Q., wa . 1 ':.: ,,- ,..:1::.s' . 2 W 4 x J- s,--f21k.b-MQJN-sw:'.MF2?xixxsrgmxk-QHXSA-Nwvmqzv'wkau-fkmr-QQ:rswivwsiyiWESX-as-YNvlmkfw NNwmvfE.w:f:Hs1:rf1:f?::5:: -i5.1i'fg1 -uv-rm' iw V H . . -' ' Q-.c.'SN,i:'S.av'Sx"3:N'X:wE--:xiNc.:r1':'smx:.Wig-v.N.',::NN-:uw-Q-:S+.1:Rmb qw:vszzxq:W.-K,--we-rm:.wegwsmjxfp-1-vrihsafffw.35.::r:,:::g, - wry: :. ,.r.W.15 :V -, W 5: T' 3- .5 .--15.51 1. Q-r,..v.A: h,.gvw,5x-RW--X'.g,yw3--gyg.11,5-ggi-5eq,5?w,.':gxNagv-':fySxaXy.----.ww-9-Qye::1qN?k.1.1.5Q.,-N vt:mr.,g,,-.,,.u1:,-.:.4-:reg- 1 - , 2-g M., ,rw-,g:.4:, ,:..,M,'..m::,,,f -Q fl.,-fm.---N--Qw,:1::f.-- :. w::N:r1x,gm-wQ:1fQm:N,-9.ex'-:uf :M fr ..:-.:x:::5-1-.v:,f.:,:-:QV-A ..,fA.5ff - , , 5 1. .4 9, www.,wyxigxqw-e...,-:Nw1.Q:Q1,S:QQ51,".rAg?::---:fz--Meri.,ANN :NME Q-:Q-4-:1-5331:-:N::-ifwe-fx-:2N'-:'.xN.Nq: :Ma :rqw 1:-f - " :,:.f:-V-'-1.19:-:w :w ,-w'X"fN ' - mx 3.1 TM-X22QTY'-v:'f5w'w:1J'F?YX'?-"fEf--"Mk1'Zf'-ailfeffiixxyfXi?-N'1l1fP:: N-f,gtg:-r.:N1::ffm:-:'S:-Ni19f2m:N5Nr1H4N:'N'N5..J1-hwy MSR-,,..iv.f2-' ' 1, '..'2s9::-??'.Q, -15 . - 3 ,wrwg-BQ: ' 5: 451- r..- ' A- .1 vm 1.33SWL,-TQN3H'gf2iv1Q'.,?f1lx',H11rjfy15E:SjE:.,1V35'3QfG15"Qkif"1?Q:5f.ff5K55:iIE:EtQ:-35::Maki-QQxeE'f:.QiQAQYY5:'IThx':NQfiqxkii-:3Nf5j31k,3E:1'Sl"gif-:.gEiivQ-.1 :gf H 4 .ff-wif , 41.5-,'T24',,4i?Sf?4Si191ri2w? 4"' if ,E " wi z' ESV. ' "' , 1 E:Ni'21f f,f1G+'I- n1:.:v fumr--:.:'1f,z'fEX",.:J?1-'-'limfm:-E:s1Gf-' -315111:-Q vxXxM:Ql2m'-mlb:1i'w2:.:,E5K'QvS,Q: '-.'2l:,iI?::5,s-1::'f.a:r'1':3Er 2 f : 4 1515, i 2 . ,. .+-- -W H -s -if-M "W, xv News x A: w:1.:- f-"1'f-":-9'viq't'l-5.vQ-u.CQ'qNi-"Qx-NSLXNQJNM05-N"NwN'3'X?f':1!1-X V-r-Q-EM,-V-IN--w1:.Mvw-,-1.-:r+5:ff . . ,z-1 K tix: yr' V - V- " ,. E., f 4. Y: tial,-'P::-, : ff X-1 fu, : , ,F A.'--'.,:--,..::-4,,:.+ a-:H 'z' XXXXwXXNN:M:"-'Nmmf.-1.gbmhqw-:warg-.:y..,1 , 4,155--4:., 4 4 lug: 'A -1: . 1 , H - --A-v -'nl K- 41: :W--x 4 :wr-FAQ ,,4.. .5-N: :vw-QNX-:Xu-' -X:WX-Q:-:QQ-1xNQi39NX5:-W'-'xx-N: NNW-y .'--10:11 -:iff-SEQ: ew-uw-1:1--1--:Lsry: gs-1, ' 4 .- :fin , " Y x 11 4 f' h.','fY".,l K". I-- 'x'?,'-E.r'Z'-1J"::'-E.'r'-"x1":'fl1 F14"?L 1'SJ'- fN:SxN'S."WX'7X NAV?X5235255:2iIN'N-':5:24f1:rw'1ES2.i'AWE-'1'fSfN'rfE2415-I11",5sFig2i3'g1.. L 44 "'m:':E-,:s!J- 1'-1356 f 4 :'f1?l'3l4iE' 5,.E-g?iff'f iiksif-'t'f-xX.2-.: eii1:zi:2agL,3i3iaQZL:af-EN: ea. " :'f1ff:sa,,f2,e,f3g:':2 X J' . ' E Pb-12:1 PH : , r,.:"q'-QSQQYWZIS-k:.TQL:E'RE5-,qifiiw-133:15iFQi?x'Sk,-3M'f-S1r-EYFNSEE--IN:'aX5?Y::.'g55iYFIX!-'xIEr,..G55ES'?rfi92555142352:2.25151:5!f3:iEE,3?:23,'5151'E-21535 Y-1: .5:,, . eg, ..,ag:gi:iwr"g1zi5' s ,' 4 i -:X I .,c if ,-,ww5,.,f-s-,R-we Q, -1:'g,:.'---3.W-,'.:1Mxba:Nf1-Now:2:2k:Nf'Q5-4::wR5-:1,,w:2,::5g:,:E:42 fmrwg::Ft145535354:jig-1-ies-,'.5.'v1lgN..wgafsir-31311 ' gg5,fz-g'..gg::-1:,:::::.,: ' , - -Q" X' x- A , W' N w,"-:m1':'1::N3'f-Gp.15K'b,ix:sf4-5li,-fkwv-4Sis".'i-iv:was ww-ff?q:1::ra.:.-':-''saw-.f.r1r1:gf:!4,::'f::e4-sffsifsz-1:'2efem.f1:w::f1g::., :mf V:lafavs..tr-saws-:x:fa:1':r2-V1S,:f::.: - , .. " b 2- . 5 J:g.,p:',N.wi-r5wiKNQ:"XQMg4wx-:x:2w,Rw:IS'-SwimQQE:-,-Hagawwr i:s.1gwveQ::2,':i',-fagemaef.3::1e:fg:gffg:'zaffgeyflf x ,:-.Usa :,5::Q,:5z,,5gwnagqgg115g,:,-,5-Q, , S1 . Q S '1f:X.'w4E:S12NSN" Jiiwisgxfiixifz5345 Q:a:g:2f3gQEt5fsssgr''qw '.::f11f1,a' f , . 1-3122 f' wf. :X .' 'H+' 'wr'-:-'r'.:"1'fY.' ws.:-1-..w:f -:-'rdf' vs'-'mirat4::.r"::.-A-1:1'q5'1n241.'3' .5 W "Q-12-:"1H1"':,'1,,5g:1g--ez.::,,e1 .1 4. 1-:vwQ.1.1-QE::r,:QQ-fsg::Q:1::L-::54:'32wQ . ' ,n ' X-.. X .uf 41-sv1W..'ST::1f-Q.W:4fs'--ESw2.S:f'fisf:?:5'gE,v"f 1-.y'f g::fqifF 'Lg-1 :snr ' ei w:,:1'g.4gfgf':,sG"zaesm-1y,iz:3a:,s :qw . -Q3-z:QQ-1,gfzf.,:qggg:':::,::--4.-,.:-:,, Lf f"! Y 9 A913 ' 'I Hfgi:fffE:2',ii , ff i21:Es.?2i5 X 4 ,- f,, 5 -Lxmswgrm -5 -w-:, -Q.-,q,m:.-, 1, 3 'g.:W1,-gm xv, Q- 4 :A w:m:iw,,- -..,sf'mm1 1 -,,-,-my, 7,1 G ,Wav-,.,::,-1.51..--,: ,, -, 4 - f,'.,.,:g, -,.,::'::.: x.4fA?.e:1,:,...,Q Q ix .- - 's',ig.i'gV1T:'f'1. 1 , cizi? ".:i5i':2.2'1 4.iiQi?A31sgf:a-12:14 -11 - " 5 , M111 - .gigfinfxfgwgugvgi5-5511Sgsf3'MQ:QQ:1Qsx-giimzrvi'-K:g5'Q-Q1 1-'5f"f:Q'Y' ', Y ,Sr ,:is5ff2'Q552 ff, Q Qwfzzfrs -. wiqi".?I11:ig5??13S-:E5-93552 Q5-i, ,,.- ,'E'e.Qmiif,3asf.a1k lf?-YjgaiE12mfg-fzfi-' W ' -A-P: ' ww - w-W: ,fm Yffirl ' a:g:.1,- .iq tr: w.3f..:155f-'.', -wgu., .qgifq-?5:51p4Ii, ' , 1 1Z1,:f::.."-:rv---' , 1:3!1u:,gri1-'f1t-'rvxz-. 111.-iw ::.51.f'r1,1--":2,.' - 2,1-:I-,-' 2 -'I -J' 'NC -'x W' Q 'Sw fx-vfazfworb .195 TW?-Nw Nix -Sz: - - " 1. :'f2'is:1-1121. fffw' 'I 1. ' 1 7431210-..1:': :v4Ef::w: f. ':, 1 . 5.-I - 1:" 2,b:N?2f'21fA.+f.:1ii. 'i-:,z:K' .15 .--.:,.:1:s1yfxf,-::1, 4: :vi ':"f,3-: ' X .. ,. ' ' - .i F iqfzhx .lf ?,s'yrE',g11,E 1-Efl-IEW: 'f1"2.i,2"1i'?i'.' A- V, 2555:ffv:1ssq1i?2,'5g3g-5313?jwv+l:-55yExSf'-iff-,?'1Rf2?i12'A-fi-' - i,'2.J'.-615, 4 5?1EE5,L5,isf5ifQlEi3Q-A5Ef',S::l1F:'2'EW'-'LE -' 'fL.q1s:5sf1qE1,1:- fxilji,5fiEf,g3fjlf3,f'QSm- 5 :if fbi' 4:i12.Q1i:': ' ffl., 3' i'f'2Q'5aE92'115233?':ri'Plffi9aEf,-,'f'fSST,Eif -'f-sfi1,.,.T,f.'5ViT? f fi':'i2:iQfL?5igi:Q. X -1 .N,f,:'5-N-A Sn, gt, 2 " ., " 11 '41 '- 1v1E'l:3','vZTE1Ev:Eg'51f'uxzixzyfvSIM- , ,S i-fly-Evra,-1 t-fmin:'1,-A jxfgz. 'Q-.31 W-.rpzximfsr-La:111-E,,, gy- 'f if, '-'-'rv fer- ci.-wi 2:0114 qw .-.rf-2u.'Lg':1 , , - A f' ' ' ' 4,721 N. ' ' 1:f..-Nz, uf,-Eggs-if aff-" .f'v"',T: G,-IJ"-N-wk-V-' "'s:::5figEi3Q1g'-xt.-if -gp'-k,.. 'H Xsvspf- r---4: wyn--, gi' ' .e ' ",,'.:g,:.g.,1:11's9 'W 1 4' 1--:psf , 2-t H A v ' ,,:-,M pr 1 , I w.,,s.,v1 v,3gk,v.4.:59pa1:! jg -.355-.Dyfed , 1- bm, -5N:::,.,QX5:::,1gl ,4v3,.g ,: - .4-3: ggi' A 5355... 7. . , . ig, :gif-1: ,4.:::p-3: - -YH Q' . 4 4-'g,.':--:- 1 zu x,,,,.:',-f.,',n' .,: ,,..,..,,..:.'-K-5,:1H:1rg g..:225,::'.:. ,-,rw-Q .nv-:, .' 44 '- 1. - . - yn ga-' :sqm " .. N- ' 1, , gg wig- ' :,wj.',3:11'-QTQEQYSQQX3Nfr51'I'Ek,",..2,:'r:gkQCgf::,,31'3"'?- B v12'5"X3kLi1i's5,:1iI. . . 1i:,1j1V'E ., - .a 13221 -5: ,-r.f1gt,7f5ff'r3?'.' ,- ii A x SI" 'JT sf.. .'-7'ir'E1:?l:f3f1Eb-i',, 511.2.iif-2:',f:2E2::25r2 - W A. , 1 - , 'H 19 -1'-3 IX ' .1-3f3r3sQErff.-rfB:'Xs"l?f1v1''iirfftf 'F'-14,-'2: sS:a1g:'q'5g:x2 -, 'E 2.5221-.i'1f":,-' Azziic'-fiazvs 5:g,:"E:'-sql! ,s:1"',-295:12 ,.,:5'i:f'- 25 V. ss: :asm . .V cm.:'1,fx-5'-i-1:1:iw.-- 651.5 -me--.Qif..-EN'Ng53w5wiv-iigEWf.r:Mi-A.wx.Eigarw,ex .'..g'-iX:f:.::,1:1, Wggz'--15:i?3-xk?gEi'w.zsgw,,s:,:95:Q:wg-fg.3',.:,+ 154.4 : 55,53-11:1 . . N ,X ,.-.. X ... ., XA.. . X xx...mN..N.Xxx v .,,.. . 2-.,N.,., .. ,, ,M . if Q1 W 1 4.3: I 111, yu: l'NJ"'f4-,f5fi"'E':x-51 X -wyw E9sir-v3f,':1v:sezmwxh-QQ: 2533, wan- fjiswf',w:1:'ifnEhi,,Q'N:a,wiI:,--:"I - zz: 1' f::f,':g:, "nd11ZIfr-:g1EwSN-.,QA::vQ -fri Y'Ea,.:4i-vv:-:Mak tru 'cw ' qw' XE1ww:i::y1 -'yiifgN.-R'.:':,x,.?i'v -QE' --5,.5.32-Agfa,gxzffgm-Irgsv'-QQIQQQsgxd?1-H?-wg v:-Sh: EM'-3N'1rf1C:4,?'?x -, .",z'?f,:115::?1g:Q5:.:1f'1:AXE:L3x,g1f'QfS.i::H':E-it:':J:Llp:Lg-1''i,2Q.:,3,.-,xg-:i" 'Q .Min 5-aj' wfriiv :riifasvf f::21i+fvf:":'-mefiez:2'2ffeffffei:eiiz,."N, :ssw'1,es:, geifnligg.1z1:1ew'Q'g:11g5gzswxfag?-' gh,-:,,s 21 -W , ' 1 1 Y 1 . :,. ay ::rri::",'x,1' 'aw-,:,b1f:.-.ze xg I A ' ' ' 'qsi..:,s4.,L :xrwzvlfiw-,-r4'ff:' 'Y.-'WISP-.E,r-. 1-'YQ1-1 :. A:'Ef ,y.cI",f11'!5 .gfzgrr-.:-Iasff"3-'V----: -,sl 1 N za w nfs-. 2 'rfgxai'--Qi1-:tiY:v5?1ive5ikig.gg QAx,gfg1'gt,g,A3wsWf.f 15 A -:Q fag:axgrsbfrfxRisif.g1sifafQ3QESSLI,'g:f:ggfs,.f.:::5:Q, ' ww- 455,5ww4'2.Lsf,5:1w:1grgfgx-.--gg, - Xa' W 1' ' , .rf:f,:feQS:E: ff .. :af-'E 'lf.351iii'Xlxiffi'Hifi.WS'.525615525-is:ifgZ':,21f-1'' 1: " ":f"1f:,I'2fQriifssffff N N u , Qs1.1MfFf:!.3w-.L ' -5 1-1 ,,wirmy2,k:i,aas2k?121a-:ii--rr-1::Qi,2.ssff1sff'zwx V. 'f'f:f21-'If-A' W1-A . , -Q swf? Iv- xr' W 1 IE:,.1X-ig 'i'Z.','.1'QE ff i -L' ,Lf - 3.32.2 :w'55,f:2'-.k2'W.'1E:1'1"f,-Z'r51?:-t'1,-fr.EP -. ' N, .. Mai: :MT g ..3.,.51.Q,R,g,Y.:QNNNW A .V N, 4 ,V-C 43.4::,y.y:g1.?i5,131,,,::,:,:,l, 2. ,. :53,,,.A, V W..f,,in.3 A Nga" V ,- 1,-eng: reg-::,f!:v1.-,-:3.v.f1f if yy: N' ,mign an ,:ew::g1:f:g5,::Lq1ags-' -' - W nfl- '7 I if91Qx35i"- ai m , 19.21 bwe+3ga.g2:,,',",-:':2z:t3zf2?N5'E?::,rQi1g'iefgQ: 1 .3511 :ew ,L Z' HXYP f1Si',,:.saQ:: ,' ..r9'5-':'3l,.ffL" f5,f1,fi112f:z:'fmgegfllf:-iii, H L" TS 2 - 4 , .W fil3f1:'f:Q.f'1-T 'A ' "Z51'.'1,g3:,1b-A1 53,1-,fxf55:51k,rNg,f': ' N '25,-3f,:'rf"3: 3'f",51x,525:'q1-1521 , . m A , 5 1 gvqgpr-4,.w.' -,.j'::.y:g 'zffxik L I ,mf -.v..yz:j,,:"' 1- 1" .2 Q' :s"'f'5V.:' V" ' R595 'W-fl ' ' 1 , .Q-.zr-.A . 'lgwzyzfg 132 .J A ' ra, . "fi ".1',.'-v"g5"' wiqixiiix-'f::g"W" f - ' , Y ,-eq' A


Suggestions in the Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) collection:

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 1

1909

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1910 Edition, Page 1

1910

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1911 Edition, Page 1

1911

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1912 Edition, Page 1

1912

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1914 Edition, Page 1

1914

Elizabeth College - Caps and Belles Yearbook (Charlotte, NC) online yearbook collection, 1915 Edition, Page 1

1915

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.