Elon University - Phi Psi Cli Yearbook (Elon, NC)

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MA., Elon College; M.S., Cornell Uni- versity; Graduate Student Johns Hopkins Uni- versity. LoLisE Savage Diiin of ll ' nmru: l.ihraruin Stuilent at Randolph-Macon ' s Women ' s College and University of Virginia. JOHN Urqlhart Nrw.MAN Thomas Cici-ro Amick Professor of Grcrk and Hihtuui ISusinrss JVtanai ir ; Professor of Literature Mathematics Litt.D.. Ph.D., D.D.; graduate .stu- dent. Yale University: University of Chicago; Northfield Bibie School. L.I.. University of Nashville. George Peabody College for Teach- ers; Ph.D.. Central University; .student University of North Caro- lina; State Normal College. Troy. Ala.; graduate student. Univer- sity of Virginia; University of Chi- cago; Professor of Mathematics, summer school. State College of Agriculture and Engineering, Raleigh. N. C. Ned Faucett Hr.wxock Professor of Chemistry A.B., M.A., Elon College; Litt.D.. Defiance College; graduate stu- dent, Johns Hopkins University: M.S. in Chemistry, Columbia Uni- versity; Assistant Instructor in Organic Chemistry, summer school Columbia University; graduate student and visiting professor. University of North Carolina; member American Chemical Asso- ciation. Thoma.s E. Powell, Jr. Professor of Bioloijy and Geology A.B., Elon College; M.A.. Univer- sity of North Carolina; graduate student. Cornell Universlt.v; grad- uate student LTniversity of Chica- go; graduate student, Duke irni- versity. Warner S. Alexa.nder C.nttecje Pastor; Professor of Bible and Religious Education A.B., Union Christian College; D.D.. Union Christian College; ex- presldent. Union Christian College; superintendent missions in Wyo- ming. ' 16- ' 20; graduate student. University of Chicago. 1 " hoai.a.s E. White Professor of Spanish and German A.B.. Elon College: ex-missionary to Porto Rico; graduate student, University of North Carolina. Dr. W. M. JAv Professor of English Lileralurc A.B., B.n.. Defiance; M.A.. Ohio State University; D.D.. Elon; graduate student, Chicago Univer- sity; University of Virginia; Co- lumbia University. j. V. Harxhy I ' roftssor of English A.B.. Elon College; graduate st dent, Columbia University; gra uate student. University of Vi cousin; graduate student. Unive sity of Virginia. Hattie E. 1?r() v ' Issistanl Professor of English, Education and Latin A.B., Un (). V. foHX.SON Professor of Education M.A.. Elon Colleg,.; M.A., of Virginia; Professor ■ school. Ap- Vm. Ji:ii ' i:rs()x Cottox Professor of French of Erit palachian Stat N. C. ; graduate student, Peabodv College; Instructor, Peabody Col- lege. L. D. Martix Professor of History and Soiial Seienee A.B., Elon College; M.A., Univer- sity of North Carolina; graduate student of Yale; University of R. B. Tower Cotnmercial DrparlmenI B.B.A.. cum laude. Boston Uni- versity; College of Business Ad- ministration; M.B.A.. University of Boston: graduate student. Cor- neil University; candidate for Ph.D., Duke University. M.XRSH.ALL W. Hook. Proffssor of Malhcmatics and En jimerinfi A.B.. Elon C.II. u. . L.;Hhiate stu- dent. Yaie liiiv.i iM Alabama Polyteclinic Ih-iimm iii t presi- dent of Betlil. h. rii . ..II. .-. Wad- SiAiox A. Bexxett Carlton Professor of Clirlstian Literature and Methods A.B., Union Cliristian Ooiiege; A.B.. University ot Iliinois; M.A.. University of Chicago; graduate student, University of Chicago. Margaret N. Lawrence 1). C. Walker Coach A.B.. Vanderliilt fi fessional liasebali. Y., International !.• N. C Virginia Lent; iumhia College. Lai Coach. Atlantic Chr Helex R. Stearn.s M.lhods Inr Teachers of Chil- dren in Rcliijious Education A.B.. Mount Holyolse College; graduate .study in Religious Edu- cation, Boston University. C. James Vklie Director of Music Northv Uni ertiftcate Collegi-: B.M.. private study in New Yoik City and Ohieago with Franklin Can- non. Howard Wells. Rudolph Reu- ter. Joseph Lhevlnne and Rudolph (lanz; soloist and aet-nnipanist on tour with such artists as tJraee Hall Rideldaffer. Herbert Gould of the Chicago Civic Opera, and Jessie Christian, soprano of the Paris Opera Comique; member of the American Guild of Organists. Zf.nith Hlrst Velie Piano and I ' oicr Caruthers and Gertrude Kinscella; pupil of Raymond Wilson. East- man School of Music: Xorthwest- ern University. Syracuse Univer- E. 11L JoHNST(). Si E R. I E 11 (I use hold .Iris B.S.. Harrisonburg State Teache College; M.A., Columbia Unlve sity. Florexci: FisniR I ' oicf and Piano 11 of Gertrude Franklin i- •. Boston; pupil of Mnic Kagen and Arthur J. LiLA Newman hislruitor of Pin, Iris R. Howard Guxx 1 sststaitt Uusint ' ss tanaitir itant Mrs. Fraxchs J. Rixg Su iiiiiitf iiili nt of Grounds Ph.B., Eloii Oollege; Bursar, ' 21- ' 22- ' 23- ' 24 ■24- ' 25. G. D. Coi.ci.oiGH Fill J Siii ' ilary: Gitirral Alumni Seirelaiy Bu Miss Nellie Smilev Diilitian, It ' isl Dormitory Elbert I ' ranki.ix Rhodes I ' iolin and Band Instrunnnls Mrs. Alice Corhov Matron, Ladiis ' Hall E. W. McCaui.ay Freshman ( )rR Presidents P. ( " . WAI.KHR Sofi iomon- C. H. Sl.ALlGHlKR Junior J. P. McNeill Senior History o{ Class of 1928 V ' OLLIME 1. Father Time slnuly turns the p.Tfjes of his hi tory, but it seems thnt he lias turned them im- usually fast during the past four years. The tour short, busy years spent at Elon have never seemed to bear heavily upon us, but yet they have their significance. September 3, 1924, found a large group of boys and girls of all sizes, weights and tem- peraments struggling with the intricacies of registration. These were the members of the Freshman Class. We were as green as the Emerald Isle, and as innocent of college pranks as new-born babes. A few months, however, brought us into the fold, and East met West and North met South on F.lon ' s campus in the spirit of the Class of ' 2S. During the da ' s and weeks that followed, parties were given in our honor — much to our discomfort. The sophomores ruled vith an iron hand. November i, we met in Whitley Auditorium and organized our class. E. W. McCauley was elected president; Robert Byrd, vice-president; Ruth Lyerly, secretary, and Mabel Michael, treasurer. For our sponsor we chore Professor J. W. Barney. " Be the voice, and not the echo, " was selected as our motto. Time fled and examinations came. Iheii could we go home for the Christmas holidays. January 6, 1925, we came back on the hill. Fortunately, only a few of our number failed in the first round. We struggled hard to live up to our motto, and truly we were rewarded ; for the Class of ' 28 was one of the record classes in the history of the college. There were more varsity men from our class than from any class preceding ours. Frances Sterrett gave a certificate recital in expression, and Mabel .Mexander gave a certificate recital in piano. Through the trials at the hands of the sophomores we remained undaunted in spirit to the end of the year, when we were freed from freshman traits. Vol L. ME II. September 2, 1925, found us back at work. We " ere officially the rulers of the campus. Our sophomore year brought out the iisiinl talent and originality in scheming against the poor freshmen who succeeded us. Paul Walker was chosen as our president for this year. Again our class starred in athletics. Frances Sterrett gave a diploma recital in expression. May 3 — Senior-Sophomore day. The seniors relini|nislu(l their dignit , together with their hats and canes, to us for this clay. May 25 soon came, am! we enjoyed another vacation. Vol, I Ml 111. September i, 1926. History repeats itself, and another class had mounted the throne of sophomoric ride to guide the erring feet of wayward freshmen. As juniors we appeared to he very insignificant, but with Clarence Slaughter as our leader, we were truly a loyal bunch. E. W. McCauley was captain of the football s(iua(l, and Dan Long Newman was captain of the basketball teain. Other members of our class played an active part in athletics. March 2, 1927, we entertained the seniors. David Brown Harrell gave a certificate recital in piano. Our quietness as juniors only served as proof of our sincerity of purpose in our work. Vol u .ME IV. Father Time again shifts the scene, and we have blossomed out into seniority and its accom- panying dignity and responsibility. This year Paul McNeill is our president, and a very capable one. We furnished varsity men for all of the major sports. January 4, 1928, we paid our last matriculation fee to the business manager. Frances Sterrett gave a postgraduate recital in expression, and Havid Hrown Harrell and Mabel Alexander gave diploma recitals in piano. Among the notable activities on the campus was the junior-senior ban(|uet. How nice it seemed to be entertained by the juniors. They seemed to have entirely forgotten the time when they were freshmen and we were sophomores. Then came senior-sophomore day. Once more we exercised the power of sophomore rule. May I, our graduating theses were presented for approval. How relieved we felt to know that we were that near graduation. May 25. All examinations were over, and we enjoyed a final outing together, our senior picnic. May 29, 1928. A look at the four years that have just passed brings a sigh of relief that we have reached our goal ; Init thi- sigh is closely followed by another of regret at leaving out Alma Mater with its associations, friendships, trials, rewards, moments of pleasure, its hours cf disappointments, its loves — and we almost wish we were starting again. Hut the determina- tion that has brought us successfully to the close of our college career will surely carry us through life with its problems. And now as we receive our diplomas and leave our Alma Mater, it is with the hope that we may ever reflect credit on you and that we may do our part in the making of a greater Klon College and a better world. Class Histori.an. Senior Class Poem As ii:ond ' ring uc stand on the threshold of life, IVe measure our strength to encounter the strife. For four busy years ive ' ve been siiT tt on by time. Each day, each experience, a bit of life ' s rhyme. Jf ' hcn forth uc shall go to fill our place Beside countless others e ' en noiv in the race, Jf ' ith us tie shall take those memories dear, If ' hich uilt cheer us and help us in every sphere. Our best ue tiill pledge to the Green and the White, And our motto uphold tilth all of our might, Pressing fornard tiith purpose both noble and true. And determined the right to ahvays pursue. So here ' s to the Class of Tticnty and Eight, May her praises be sung both early and late. May each life be lined as a beautiful song, Striving e ' er to do right and avoiding the iirong. Class Poet. i- ' i ri Senior Class Pkoi . I. V. Barmy, S ionsor Colors: (ireeii arul White Ho=iirr: Wliitr Kci e Motto: " Br the voice ami not the echo. " Officfrs J. I ' ALi. MlNkili Pr.iiJ.nl Fkank II. AiRXANOER I ' i(c-l ' r sul,nt Rlih Kimball Sccn-tary M n Johnston- Trinsurir Nannie Cjraham llistoriati Graham Rowland ... I ' oti SvK.Moi.i. Alcon ■Rodsvillc, N. C. B.A. " . Iiiij unit, alivays icis iiii{ In An rii hl tin J In he a jr ' uiui In ifi-ryhnjy. " I ' sipliHliuTi: .M.lh.Mlist l ' r.,l,stanl i ' -|uli (11; V. W . c, A. i;ihin..t Hi: i ■.re Hi, al ,■ in AH I :; i ■ Hipldma 111 An ill. In the four years that SiieiiKill has lieen with us we can truly say that we have learned tti love her. She is a quiet, stuclinns and genenius ;irl, who is always ready and willing to do a yood deed for those ahout her. With her skillful hands she has attained much distinction in the realm of art. W ' c are sure that she will attain even jjreater success in this Held, as well as in aTi cither that she may decide to enter. Fr.ANK HaRDLD Al.i ' . ANI)F.R . Kloii Collcoc, N. C. " ,■ las livtd si i i a lifr llial S ' aluri- may sliinJ up aiul say In all the ivnrU, Here is a man! " Alpha Pi Delta; Clio; Varsity Football (1. 2); Varsity Ba. l(etball (1); Clio Marshal (2); Vine-President Y. M. C. A. (3); Clio President (3); Class Vice-President (4); Detroit Delegate (4). The Class of ' 28 was lucky in having " Alec " for a member. He hails from Indiana, and his favorite subject is horses. However, we find him equally at home in the class room, on the football field, presiding over Y. M. C. A. meetings, or just " socializing. " A good mixer, with determination, strength of character, and a sense of justice to all, he cannot fail to succeed. Mabel Esther Alexander Elon College, N. C. K.A. ' A perjrit nxoman nobly ilannrJ, lo ivarn, to romfort, anil commaiul. " Pi Kapiia Tai jier Psykal (1. 2, 3 Dlpl 4): Y Society (X); Marshal Psykaleon Day Program (1, 2); , A. Chorister (1, 2); Certificate in Piano (1); lo (4). Mabel has been the ■•sllIl hille " of the Class of ' 28. A wonderful personality, the ability to adapt herself to anv situation, a love of fellowman, and the faculty of simply making others happy go to make up the lovable girl we know. We would not forget to mention her talent in inusic. Someone has said, " Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, " and it llii W true, we predict a smooth and happy future for the jolliest girl of the Class of ' 28. Harold Shari ' E Alkxaxdkr . B.A. ' His life i iis ijinlli-, tiiiJ l ii- iliments So mixed in him llial Niitun- miijlit stand n And say to all the world, ' This is a man! ' " Assistant Adv ing Mana BullilllitOIl, N. C. inil Ciold " (3). Sigma Phi Heta; Footliall Varsity Here is a real man. " Monk " is a good student, a good athlete, and a true friend. During his four years with us he has made a record as an excellent student in the class room. He has been one of our standbvs on the gridiron. Those who have had the privilege of knowing him as a close friend know bis worth. They will not forget him. Tf you want a friend ndu can trust, one you know will be bnal at all times, here he is. Vc shall miss him. Whatever you do, " Monk, " we are sure you will succeed. For if ability and grit will take you to the front, we are sure you will get there. Harold Barney Klon College, N. C. B.A. Clio Entertainn ' In soul sinifn-. in action failhjul. It (1); Boosters ' Club (I); Collnt ' ,. Qu; linnor ilrar. " 3); Choral Cluli ri. 3. 3, 4). The expression, " Still waters run deep, " is most characteristic of Harold. Although he is one of the quiet members of the Class of ' 28, he is also one of the most talented. No task is ever too hard for him to con(|uer. He is a hard worker, diligent and persevering. Brilliant, clever, and gifted arc three characteristics seldom ever found combined, hut he has all three. We predict a bright and rosy future for this deserving member of our class, and wish him all the luck and success in the world. Ruby Maud Braxton Pslph. M.-tlU)ill,st ProtHstii B.A. " God gives us notliint sweeter, Clear to tite journey ' s end, Titan one ivlio understands us, A true and faithful friend. " •lul. (1. 2); Ala Clul (1. t (3). 3); . Saxapahaw, N. C. unc-il (4l; P.siplu-Ila Ruby comes to us from the Class of ' 27, and during her two years with us she has proven a loyal friend to the Class of ' 28, as well as to others with whom she comes in contact. Loyal, faithful, steadfast, and true, and giving her best for those she loves best characterize her. Her grade record proves that what she does she does well; for she never neglects her work for anything. We feel that some day Ruby will make her mark in the world, because she possesses those qualities that will carry her to the top. Just wait and see. Richie Ehwin Hrittlk Dendron, Va. B.A. " Lil Loyalty my ' waU iivord be. To trul i in word and act in deed. " Clio- Virginia Club; Ministerial Association; Treasurer Ministerial Association (2. 3); President Ministerial Association (2, 3); Church Usher (2. 3. 4); " Maroon and Gold " Staff (2, 3); Religious Activities Organization Cabinet (2. 3. 4); Chapel Monitor (3, 4); Superintendent Elon College Sun- day School (4); Student Senator and Vice-President Student Senate (4); Ministerial Quartet (4). R. E. came to us from that good state commonly known as the " Old Dominion. " He is listed among that great band nf volunteers who choose for their life work " the salvation of the soul. " It is mv personal belief that he practices what he preaches to the best of his ability. He is conscientious, straightforward, honest, trustworthy, and a friend to all. He does not sound his trumpet abroad, but in his (|uict ivay acts. M.ARTHA EsTiiiR Br()( )KSH IRI-; Raiullcniaii, N. C. B.A. ' Ihr ' jiiiil iialur Tiiiiid In nil i .( Pi Kappa Ta I ' slph.ll.-i Ma m,J In he r ' .v hiirnuiiiy. -■): I ' sipl iM " K-?portcr (3); Edito I 2) ; Esther holds a place of honor and high esteem in the hearts of all her associates. To know her is to admire her for her cleverness, kindness, and best of all, her sweet disposition. Esther looks only towards the highest, noblest, and best things in life. With this goal in view, she is sure to win success. Esther loves to play hard, but she can work, ton, with just as much " pep. " Best of luck to vou ! James Vance Huroess Hurlington, N. C. B.A. " ,lo Tniv a fricndslnl . I ' ll fcrjorm U lo tlir last articU. " Cli " ; Pi Kai.pa T.iu; I ' lin ' si ' l ' -iii. Vance Burgess is a man we are all glad to have known. All along the rough and rugged trail leading to his graduation he has proven himself both a hard worker and a true friend. His sincere friendship for everyone makes us recall the following words by James Fenimore Cooper, " Friendship that flows from the heart cannot be frozen by adversity, as the water that flows from the spring cannot congeal in winter. " Lois Clyde Calhoun Wedowee, Ala. B.A. " Caf (ihlr nj liaiui and gcnirous of luiirt. " Psiphdian; Gi-orBia and Alabama Club (3); Lifo Reuruit Band (2, 4). Many do not know Lois, for she joined us in our senior year, but we are indeed glad to list her among our number. She signifies all that is loyal, conscientious, and true. A nobler girl can nowhere be found. Lois, with the pep and delerniinatioii which you possess, we feel sure that your life after you leave college will be a success. May the breezes that blow in your afternoon of life bring happy thoughts of a task well done. Julia Lois Clem Lantz Mills, Va. B.A. " .I prrfnl iioman. nohly l{Uiiird To liiarn, to lomfnrt and lommand ; And yrt a spirit stilt and hiiij it, ll ' itli sometliing of an anrjrl liijlit. " Delta Upsiloii Kappa; I ' l-csidcnt Vireinia Club (2); V. V. r, A. raliiliet (3). If vou want a true friend, you can find her in Julia. She is an all-round girl, a good sport, a good student, a true friend, and one who is always willing to do her part in all our activities. If you want a good time and a true pal, " Red " can fill the place. VVe know life will hold much happiness for you, Julia, and we wish vou the best of everything. Cl. ri;nce J. Crltchfield Moncure, N. C. B.A. Kappa Psi .Vu; Varsity nasketl.all (I. 2. 3. 1): Var.sit.v Ha. i-l.all (!, 2. 3, 4); Fuothall Squad (3); Diploma in Hi-li(,-ious Kdufation (21: Mo.st Atlilr-tir (3); " B " Men ' s CIuli (1, 2. 3, 4); " Phlpsicli " Athletic Editor (4); Clasa Favorite (4); Vice-President " E " Men ' s Club (4). " Tobe " is one of those fellows that you do not hear so much from by words, but when it comes to doing things you can always depend on him for his share. Especially in athletics has he ex- celled. Imagine a basketball or a baseball season without " Tobe " in the lead. He is an all-round good fellow, a gentleman in every respect, and likeil best by those who know him best. Sam Crutch field B.A. •null u iiil a man slatuls fur as iv ial he falls for. " IVIoncuie, N. C. Kappa Psi Nu: Certificate in Cheni Staff (4); Baseball Squad (1, 2); Football Squad (3); CI Tennis Squad (2) Certificate Religious Education; Track (2); " Phipsicli " " ' " - Basketball (1, 2, 3); Gym Team (1); Sam is another of those boys from Rahbit Land. He is very studious and has made an excellent record while at Elon ,a record that an one should be proud of. Sam is very quiet and dignified, but once you become acquainted with him you will always have a true friend. We all sympathize with Sam in that the little girl he left behind in Rabbit Land will not be there when he returns to greet him. Don ' t worry, Sam; there are plenty more. Lucy Vircixia Dick McLeansville, N. C. " Slilt ixairr runs Jirfi. " Tau Zcta Phi; Certificate in Domestic Science. Lucy is a (juiet, ambitious brunette who has won the love and best wishes of the entire class. " To know her is to love her. " She is the type of girl that can make friends and keep them, because wherever you meet her she is the same friendly girl, with that smile that radiates sunshine about her everywhere. In the field of home economics you will find her a leader with a passion to do her best. Surely such a girl with all the fine qualities that make up perfect womanhood can be assured of nothing but success in after life. Susie Elizabeth Elder Columbus, Ga. B.A. " She that brings sunshinr into the lives of others cannot keep it from herself. " Psykaleon- Essayist Contest (1); Glee Club (2); Psykaleon Entertainment (2. 3): Vice-President Ktuilent Volunteer Band (2); Secretary College Sunday School (3); Class Secretary (3); Vice-Presi- dent Y W C A. (3); Psvkaleon Essayist Contest (3); President GeorBla-Alabama Club (3): Presi- dent Psvkaleon Society 4 " ); President Y. W. C. A. (4); Associate Editor ■I ' hipsicll ■ 14): Helifious " Activities Cabinet (4i; Delegate to Detroit (4); Senior Girl Class !• avnrite (4). Susie, the girl from Georgia, is indeed a real girl. She is energetic, dependable, straightforward, lovable, intelligent, and true. Susie possesses tact and ability, and upon her countenance caii be read strength o( character and respect for her fellow workers. She crowns all these ijualities with a worthy dignity and noble poise. Success is sure to come to her, for she reverences the best in life and her ideals stand unchanged and unsurpassed. This is the type of woman the world is looking for, and the type that will always find a place at the top. Joe French Vedowee, . ' I.i. B.A. " Energy and persisleme lonqucr all things. " Philologian; choral Clul, (3. 4); choir (3. 1); :.-..r;.-ia :ind Alabama Club (4 );rhi|..loKian Enter- tainment (4); Ministerial Quartet (4); Men ' s Glee chil, (4); -Maroon and Gold " Reporter (31. Joe came to us from Alabama just two years ago, and because of his friendly way we soon knew he was here. One can tell that Joe is always happy, for everywhere he goes he wears that smile. If not right in full view, it is nut far nut of sight, and you can count on its showing up soon. Sincere in what he undertakes, capable of undtrtiikiug much, and dependable to the last— this is Joe. Nannie Graham Burlington, N. C. B.A. " Gnd miiiir a licarl of i nld, Sliiniiifl and siurrl and Iruf; (iai ' f it a linmc of fairisl mold, ISiissed il and rall d il you. " Tau Zeta Phi; Psiphelian: Psiphtlian Essayist Contest (2. 3); Psiphelian Entertainment (3)- Presi- dent Sunday Scliool Class (3); Psiplielian Commencement Kssayist (3); President Clirislian Endeavor (4); Secretary Y. W. C. A. (4); Religious Activities Cabinet (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (4)- Chanel Monitor (1); Class Historian (4). A yirl whose ideals are the highest, a girl whose friendship is prized by many, a irl with a pure heart, a noble mind, every bit good — we call her Nannie. Many, too, have been the times that we have called her, tor always has she been ready and efficient when she was needed. " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way " — and true this is about Nannie; for once she starts any- thing she sticks to it and succeeds in the undertaking. Whether serious or gay, she is always a dear little pal in her good-natured, friendly way. Oaia LuTHnR Harmon Roanoke, Ala. B.A. " .1 big heart always txisliinti to do r ' lijlit and lo he a friend to everybody. " Bethlehem ColleKe (1, •It: I ' ....t l,all . " - tiuad (3. 41; llMslu-ll.all . " ciuad Ct, 4). If you want to hear a real good l:uigh, tell Harmon soincthing tunny. He is jovi;il, congenial, a good mixer and friend, as is eviileuced by the fact that all who know him like him. this " Alabamian " came to us rather late, having had two years at Hethlehem; but within those two years he has more than made good. He is especially fond of athletics, and we feel sure will make good in this field. David Hrowx Harrkll Suffolk, Va. B.A. " il be a ginlltmun ariil a sc iolar ye seek, ye have jnunJ liim. " Kappa Psi Nu: Clio; Certificate in Piano (3); Commencement Marshal (2); Diploma in Piano (4): Music Lovers ' Club (4); Clio Junior Representative Medal (31; Sunday School Pianist (3, 4); Official Accompanist. Choral Society, Boys ' Glee Cluti. Quartet, and Church 2, 3. 4); Virginia Clul) (1, 2. 3, 4). Opportunity knocked once, and " Little David " fouiHl the door leading to Elon College. He has been the musician of our class during his college career, and not only is he a mainstay in music, but in all things. Somewhat small in stature, but tall and broad in mind, always prepared, and ahva Hilli a reaiK laugh characlcri cs ihiv lad from " t)le N ' irginny. " AhxRi It Holt draham, N. C. B.A. " To live in mankind is far more than to live in a name. " Psiphclian; Alamance Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Psiphelian Entertainment (3). " I love trani|uil solitude and such society as is (luiet, wise and good, " best characterizes Myrtle. She is sincere in all her undertakings. A person who speaks but little, but when you hear from her, you may depend on what she says. As a hard worker and faithful student. Myrtle ' s e iual will be hard to find. The scholastic record she has left behind is one that students following her will do well to equal. The world owes the best in life to such as she, and we feel sure that Myrtle will collect all the glory and honor dial her chosen profession , to offer. Paul Garland Hdor ino2 Amherst St., Winchester, Va. B.A. " Polilrnrss goes jar, yrl tosts nolliiny. " Alpha Phi Delta; Phllologlan; Mask and Wig Club (1); Boys ' Glee Club (1); Philologian Entertain- ment (2, 3. 4): Philologian Oratorical Contest (3): Philologian Commencement Orator (3); Usher (3. 4); Choral Society (3); Football Squad (2); Secretary Sunday School (3); Virginia Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Vice-Fre«iclent Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Kditor ■•Maroon and Gold " (4). " Handsome " has been the indispensable cog in the wheel for four years. lie possesses an affa- bility that makes good friends and keeps them. His scholastir ability has aided in the most im- portant college publications and has won for him a place in the high ranks as classed by the professors. Annie June Hurnadav Elon College, N. C. B.A. Tau Zeta Phi; Psiphelian; Ala Psiphelian Entertainment (3); " Suniss is surf to hr Til onr so jailliful as sin-. " ice Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Vice-President Psiphelian Literary Society (2); t Marshal (3); Secretary Psiphelian Literary Society (4). The above can best describe Annie June. Whether it is faithfulness to her studies or to h friends, you can count on her. Though low in stature, she is held very high in the esteem o her classmates. Her future seems one of the brightest, and our best wishes go with her. W feel sure she will make a great success in her favorite field, Biology; for to look at her 95 ' is proof enough of her ;ibility. George Stalky Hlnt Wadlev, Ala. B.A. " . intifi SI) fail if III, kind and trur, .1 noblr p ork iLill al n ' iiys do, " riiiloloKian; " Be I ' hilologi: In the persDTi of Staley Hunt, Alabama contributed a valuable student to our college. He came to us in the fall of ' 26, having received two years ' training in Bethlehem College. He is a lover of (litTerent forms of beauty, and is of the type to make their dreams come true. We ex- pect to see him do a work that will help to ennoble and spiritualize his fellowmen. Nettie Myrtle Isley Burlington, N. C. B.A. " She ivorkeil and sanij from morn tilt niylil. No lark more blithe than she. " Wherever you find " Nit, " you find her in an optimistic mood. Her cheery voice rings out on the campus, in the halls, and on class. She ' s all thai makes an all-round college girl, full of originality, overflow ing with pep, a good sport, a good student, and always ready to help those around her. If there were more girls like " Nit, " the world would surely be happier and better. A--« ' . " g -it ' .- ' v ' " • ' " ■ " Minnie Johnston Elon College, N. C. B.A. " Suifi ' ss is sure to be, To one so faithful as sin. " I ' siphelian; Freshman-Sophomore Debate (1); President Pslphelian Literary Society (3); Psiphelian Entertainment (3); Certificate in Bool l eeping and Stenography (1); Vice-President Psiphelian Typist (4); Class Treasurer (4); Alamance Club (1, 2, 3, 41. Literary Society (4); " Phlps Minnie is one of the most brilliant members of the Senior Class, and has von for herself a place in the heart of each of her classmates. We have found her faithful to all her duties, regardless of difficulties. Her energetic way is a n inspiration to those who know her. When you wish a task accomplished, go to Minnie. A truer friend, or one who is more willing to lend a helping hand cannot be found. We are proud of our classmate. EsTELLE Kelly Sanford, N. C. B.A. " A smile for all she meets; a charm to make each memory sweet. " Recital (2): Psiphcli; irshal (1): Marshal Psiphelia tertainment (1. 2): Y. W. C. Choral Society (4), 111) (31 Kelly is popular among boys and girls at Elon, and her unassuming manner has made her so. Her steady temperament and pleasing disposition add to the attractiveness of her person, and her sportsmanship is at all times admirable. " Kel " has a smile and a helping hand for everyone, and is a desirable companion for any crowd seeking fun. Her two-fold nature is balanced by her ability to concentrate and by her sound judgment. Kelly ' s friends will not disappear with her college days, but will increase as the years pass. Rosebud Kimball Maiison, N. C. Delta Upsil Proctor (3): Assist Society Essavist (1 Hcllenl " The purest Ir, Kappa; P mnrlal times affnrj is spotless repulnlion. Y. w. President Suntlay School Class (1); Cabinet Men Cheer Leader (3); Assistant Socittv Marshal (3(; Junior Representative (3); ); Religious Editor " Phipsieli " 141; Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Secretary Pan- •ouncil (4); Most Popular Girl (3); President Student Council (4). Rosebud is a born leader. She has all the sterling qualities which fit one for such a position — a will to do right, a magnetic personality, and a sense of fair play. She is one of the outstanding figures on the campus, because she is straightforward, considerate of others, and friendly to all. Above all, she is a true example of noble womanhood, who is walking right with her fellow- man and God. Ruth Havden Kimball Mansoii, N. C. B.A. ' To knoit; her is to love her. " Delta L ' psilon Kappa: Psykaleon; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (11; Treasurer Psykaleon Literary Society (1); Treasurer Y. W. C. A. (2); Secretary Sunday School Class (I. 2); Psykaleon Entertainment (2. 3); Psykaleon t-ominencement Marshal (3); Secretary Psykaleon Literary Society (3); Vice-President Student Council 13); Treasurer Religious Activities (4); Vice-President .Student Volunteers (4); Class Secretary (41; Class Historian (21; Glee Club (3); Choral Society (4); Student Council (3). Just take a look in the laughing brown eyes of Ruth, and you will fall a victim to the charms of one of the finest girls of the Class of ' 28. It would be impossible to state all of her (lualities. To say that she is efficient as a student, iiuiet, loyal as a friend, noble as a Christian, and true to the ideals of womanhood is a mere beginning for this one who has won a place in the heart of every Elon student. Paul Kinney Burlington, N. C. B.A. " Thcy ' rv only truly yrcai iv w arc truly ijooJ. " It has been only for two years that we have known Kinney, but his unfailing good nature, ever- ready smile and pleasing personality have won for him an enviable place in our class. We have not heard him talk so very much as yet, but we have heard that he always enjovs Professor Martin ' s jokes. Paul is one of the mainstays of everything good on our campus, and we feel sure that one so sincere and capable can only be successful in his chosen profession, the ministry. Dewey Richmond IVI.ast Rufus, N. C. B.A. " Of soul sincere, iti action jailhful, in honor dear. " Alplia Pi Uulta; Sluiluiil . iipalai;liiaii .N ' urmal CcUffc-i; (1, 2). A Carolinian by birth, and a scientist by instinct, Dewey came to us only two years ago, and has proved to be the kind of student a college is proud to turn out. When he decides to do a thing, you may depend on him to carry it out; for he has the ability to turn out more work in less time than the best of the rest of us. Luck to you, Dewey. The best wishes of the Class of ' 28 go with you. Win from this old tyrant, the world, the success you merit. Norma Matlock Elon College, N. C. B.A. " Steadfast and trui Sincerf and kind. One of her ((lual Is hard U) find. " Psii,tu-li: flub (1 2. Annual Psiphelian EntP (3). Never was there a more sincere and conscientious student than Norma. Characteristically, she is a friend to everyone, and we find no other girl just like her. Among her sterling qualities we find modesty, generosity, reserve, and pleasantness toward all. Our best wishes go with her as she pursues her future course of work and pleasure. And we feel sure that she will be successful because she has that spirit of determination and a winniiig personality which cannot fail to succeed. P.VKRETTK McCaulev I nion Ridge, N. C. B.A. " A pdlar steadfast in a storm. " Tau Kappa; Philologian; Class Ident Pan-Hillellic Council (3); dent A.ssistant Biology (3, 4); Captain Football (31; lit Marshal (3); Stu- ub (1. 2. 3. 4). " Mack " is a real gridiron warrior. He has won for himself, by his athletic fighting qualities, a place in the history of Elon that will be hard to fill. " Mack " has sterling (|ualities of character, personality, and ability that everyone adtnires — and which places him high in the estimation of everyone. A gentlt-UKin at all times, a true friend, and a student. Tlic kind of man who is hound to succeed. I ' he (lass of ' 28 wishes you success, " Mack. " John Pall McNeill Nederlaml, Texas B.A. " Most ii-nrlliy fi ' lloicman, ivr scorn To nainr you anyiliinij. Hoiv ran you hr our l ri ' sidint And boii; about a Kin But you an- of somr sirangc device, A king, and yet elected Inxice. " Kappa Psi Nu; Phllologlan; Philologian Entertainment (2. 3. 4); Varsity Football (1); Class Bas- ketlnill (2); Basketball Squad (1, 3); Boosters ' Club (1, 2); Pres ident Sunday School Class (2); Dramatic Club Plays (1. 2, 3); Class Debater (2); Delegate N. C. C. P. A. (2, 4); Student Senate (3); Winntr Philologian Orator ' s Medal (3); Philologian Commencement Orator (3); Managing Editor " Maroon and Gold " (3); " E ' ' Men ' s Club; Vice-President Religious Activities Organization (4); Business Manager " Phipsicli " (4); Senior Class President (4). When Paul came to college, it was with the intention of making good, and indeed this expecta- tion has been fully realized. With a friendly smile and a cheery word he has made innumerable frienil on the campwv. We are glad Texas sent us a president for our Senior Class like Paul. Lacv Vance McPhersox Haw River, N. C. B.A. ' Il ' hy be ijloomy nxlien t iere ' s a I ' lillologian chance to be cheerjul. " " Mack " came to Elon from Davidson three years ago and we arc all agreed that he is a credit to both. He is always ready to do his bit in a smiling, cheerful, and dependable way. " Mack, " the Class of ' 28 is proud of you, and we are looking forward to the time when you will be successful in your line of endeavor, because with your confidence, optimism and ability you can ' t fail. Mabel Michael Hrown Summit, X. C. B.A. " Tlir iL-ork of the ii.-nrlJ must sitll he Joni ' ; And minds are many, though truth be one. " Pi Kappa Tau; Psiphiiian; (Mass Tre Councii 11 ' I ; Psii.helian EntertainmciU (1): Psiphelian Eliterta lember Pan-Heilenlc fou ary Society (4), Mi-niljer Stuil, ' Sideiit Psiplu-li In the person of this classmate there came to Elon an all-round good sport, a hard worker; one whom all seem proud to claim as a friend. Mabel has only been with us three years, but during that time she has won the love and admira- tion of all who know her because of her industrious yet friendly ways. We feel that when Mabel leaves Elon, her leaving will be Elon ' s loss and a gain to those with whom she casts her lot. Mak(;aret MuFfiTT Asheboro, N. C. " Grace lias in her steps; heaven in her eyes, In every gesture, dignity and love. " I ' sykaleon; U.-lta Up.silon Kappa: rhoral Cluli (3, -1); Student Council (l); Y. w. C. A Cabinet (l)- •■Maroon and Gold " .Staff (4); ■•Phlp.sicli " .staff (4i. Margaret came to us from Hollins in ' 27. Though Hollins ' loss was our gain, we realize how forunate we were in claiming her as an addition to the Class of ' 28. Margaret is a girl of hue characteristics, and possesses a charming personality. " To know her is to love her. " A smile and a good word for everyone, her sunny disposition, her friendship for all, best characterize her. She never failed to do her duty and was always ready to do her part in every phase of college activity. Margaret, with the determination to win, the attitude toward ami the philosophy of life you possess, you will make a great name for yourself in the book i f success. The Class of ' 2X is proud of you, and knows that life holds the very best in store for vou. Hannah Claire Newman Virgilina, Va. " To ihosr iclin kiioiv lliir nol , no liorjs itin ' tiinl; And those luho know I lire, know all words an- faint. " t)elta Vpsilnn Kappa; Psykaleon; Class Debater C (il; .Secii-tary Sunday Si hool Class (2); Vi e-Pr Liti-rary Soiiety (1); Pan-H .11. ni. ' Cui pn.Hnieiit Marshal 111 irKlliia Club Cil; Prf V. W. C. A. Cabin. t i.li.nt Psykaleon On first meeting Hannah, one might think her tn be too serious and reserved. Kut she is far from this. She is bubbling over with fun and can be counted on to take part in any kind of inischief. Hannah is as popular HJth the boys as uilh the girls, and her cheery wavs make her a general favorite. Rosa KriRiJLL Paschali Ridgeway, N. C. B.A. " My liunor is my life; both i row in one; Take lionor from we. and my life is done. " Mftb.j.lisl Pi I; Psipl (3). Small in stature, of a bigger mental capacity, but yith a heart bigger than them all, that ' s Rosa all over. Rosa is a jolly good sport. She is always your friend at work or at play. Those who know her love her for her sweet disposition and splendid character, and count it a privilege to be numbered among her friends. Rosa is a good student, and we feel confident that success awaits her. All in all, she ' s one of " Eloii ' s best. " Someone has said, " The best of goods come in small packages, " and in this we can agree. Caroi-ini; Powell Warnii l ' l;iins, X. C. B.A. " Hire ' s a smite to those ixlio loi ' e me, Here ' s a heart for any fate. " Tau Zeta Phi; Psiphellaii; President Sunday School Class (2); Class Treasurer (3); President Psi- phellan Literary Society (4 1; Psipheiian Commencement Essayist (3); Psiphelian Entertainment (3); Assistant Superintendent Sunday School •!); President Religious Organization (4). Her friendly disposition, energetic spirit, and sincere optinnism have won our love and admira- tion. Her ideals of life are portrayed by the ambitious way in which she enters the activities of college life. She is a thorough, enthusiastic scholar and a faithful, loyal friend. As a social worker, Caroline has indeed proven herself worthy; as a classmate, she has co-operatcil in every way. Ferald a. Ravvles Suffolk, V ' a. B.A. " H ' hene-ver it comes to playint , you ' ll find liim ready for jun; Itut — also ready iv ien there ' s ivork to he done. " Clio; " Maroon and Gold " Staff (2); Band (2. 4); Scrub Baseball (2). Ferald hails from the " Garden Spot of the World " (Eastern Virginia), and from the city of Suffolk, whose loss of the brightness of its fair son was Elon ' s gain. He entered Elon but a boy so far as size and age were concerned, but a man in every respect that goes to make up true tnan- hood. To know him is to like him and to have the highest regard for him. In him we find in the superlative degree gentleness, kindness, friendliness, cheerfulness, with a name and character above reproach. AxxiE Graham RowLAXn 3 i s N- Kii eworth St., Cueensbc B.A. 10, N. C. ' ■Thf iiyhl of loi; The winJ, llie mil llir I ' luily of i rair, hii ' tilliiiKj from Inr face. " (4); Sorial Editor Psiphelian Entpltr Activities OrKan •I ' llipsiili " (4); II nt (1); Virfe ' inii n (4): Life I!i Deletfate (4). Annie Graham Rowland is a superlative example of womanhood. She is ever those who need help and to encourage them to higher and greater things in life, ested in every activity on the campus, and her well known |uality of curiosit; her store of knowledge. Graham is a good mixer and wins the love and friei with whom she comes in contact. She has a determination which will help her readv ti She is has en idsliip of through. help riched those JoHX Dlxcax Sh.avv Lumber Bridge, N. C. B.. . " His soul is slronii, for il trusts in f oojncss. And s ioivs clearly that it may he trusted. " When we were in our sophisticated sophomorehood, John came and joined our class. And it was a lucky day for the class, for he has proved a most worthy member. Always willing, always ready, and never-failing seem to be his motto. He is one of the hard workers of the class. A gentleman, a true friend, and a booster of F.lon; all of these and more are found in John. Clarence Ho.mer Slaughter Hurliiigton, N. C B.A. " Steadjasl and Irur, sinur, and tin J. Ill ' s a Iruf jiirnd, and they ' re hard lo find. " I.jt.-i T:iu Kiiiipa; Philologian; Varaitv Baseball (1. 2, 3, 4); Student Senate (2); Class President (3): Business ManaKei- ' ■Maroon and Gold " (3): Reserve Football Team (3); President " E " Men ' s Club (4): Delesate N. I ' . C. P. A. (4); Editor " Phipsicli " (4). What would the Class of ' 28 be without our " Clarence " ? A gentleinan, a frientl, a true pal, one who is worthy to be known. A man of ability and understanding of his fellowman. Per- haps his clever personality is his best asset, but then it is hard to decide; for his assets are many. As editor of the " Phipsicli, " he proved himself a very capable one, and his work in that capacity is truly appreciated. " Clarence, " success is yours; you give the world the best you have, and the best is sure to come back to vou. Mathew Thomas Sorreli Apex, N. C B.A. " irhrr, duly laiirlh hi is ahiays found. " l ' llllM|. -i.,||. Snrrell is one of our members who has completed his college course in record time. He is a good student. . man who has lofty ideals of life and is not afraid to stand for them. He likes to argue with an opponent, whether it be in the classroom, society hall, or on the campus. He has been a prominent figure in the ministerial association. A man with a determination to win, such as he possesses, will be sure to realize his ambition in lite. Frances Grace Sterrett 14 W. Falls St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. B.A. " Good humor is I if itcar hlur sky of tin- soul. " Beta Omicron Beta; Choir (2. 4); Glee Club (2); President Girls ' Glee Club (2); Diploma in Ex- pression (2); Y. W. r. A. Cabinet (2); Pslphelian Entertainment (1, 2); Dramatic Club (2); Choral Club (2, 3, 4): Yankee Oub (3): Shakespeare Play (1. 2); Mask and Wig (1); Commencement Mar- ( shal (1). " Sterry, " good natured and hrilliant. is an asset to Elon. She came to us from Niagara Falls, and proved that Yankees can measure up to any Southerner along all lines. She possesses culture and refinement; is well informed, and is a friend indeed. Humor, vit, sociahility, and cleverness make her an all-rounil good sport and her presence much to be desired in any activity. The keen enthusiasm and good spirit with which she enters into any work demands that it go through successfully. Always careful, never forgetting little things, and willingly desiring, " Sterry " must claim good fortune. Frances Turner Reiilsville, N. C. B.A. " IVorldly ivise, cdinijly clever, and in every role •whalever, up-to-date. " ty Marshal (1); Beta Omicron Beta; Psvkalcon; Class Poet (1); Class Debater (I) Vice-President (2); Most Popular Girl (2); Psykaleon Entertainment (1. 2. 4); (2); President Reporters ' Club (4); Class Prophet (4). Frances joined the Class of ' 28 after two years ' absence from Elon. And we have discovered how fortunate we are to have gainetl such a classmate as she has proved to be. Her own virtues are many. She is always ready to work for her class, and always with the utmost effi- ciency. She never shirks the rough places along the road. Her smile for everyone recalls to our mind that old refrain, " The sunshine of your smile. " James B. L ' tley Moncure, X. C. B.A. " . Iinmi. a ' i ' r, a duliful ntifr, His must be a ivontirrful liff. " Kappa Psi Nu and Gnur- Staff (21 • t CI) : Student Se (4); " Jazz B. " came to us from that great " industrial center, ' Moncure. Our institution was indeed fortunate in securing such a brilliant student as he has proved himself to be. Even when his girl got married, Jim continued to be the same steady and reliable fellow that he always was. With his ready wit and dry humor he has won for himself the friendship of all his associates. I-rciin the record he has made here we can predict nothing less than success for him in anything that he undertakes. Gi H ARiwii.i. V KAZEY Wadley, Ala. " Onr iv io lias nii ' ir lurnul his haik. lull manlirj hnasl fiiriitir,!. " IMiil.iloKiaci. Mr. N ' cazey came to us from Bethlehem. He has been with us only two years, but we feel that we know him; and to know him is to love him. A friend to all is he, and his sterling character makes his friendship all the more desirable. We know that the ministry is gaining a soul that is honest and sincere. May his every effort be crowned with success. , John- Rohlrt Wai,ki:r Burlington, N. B.A. c. K:il.|.,i V: " Trui- kinijlilhood mvcr had a Iniri jiinui. " oglan; I ' hilijloKiali Entertainnu-iU (2, :i): Commc cut Marsliiil (3 i John R. sounds like war. but he is a peaceable fellow, always ready for work as well as for fun. He has a sperial knack of calling hogs that will follow him all the days of his life. John R. is a living proof of the fact that the country can produce a man with brains as well as brawn, for he certainly has both. He is a true friend, a good scholar, and a generous competitor. He likes to play, but when there is wcnk to be done he does it with a determination that is not easily daunted. John R., we hope that the pumpkins that grow on your vines will be the very largest. P.AUL Curtis V ' alki;r Greensboro, N. C. B.A. " . man is ihc fart lir (tiays amonij liis frilows. " It i ' His His his Tau Kappa: I hiIo!ogian; Student Sl- roon and CJoId " (3); Assistant Bu.sliu-: ••IS " Men ' .s Cluh; Viri-Pn .sidi iit ■ thjl I ' .iul nosM a Man K " M. ); Class Presldont (2); A.fslslant Business Manager iKer " Phipsieli " (4); Student Manager Athletics (4); ■ir.s Club Ci); Val-. ' ity Ba.seball (1, 2, 3, 4). . not too much to sa thjl I ' .iul possc-ses the most sterling iiualihcs of an boy on the campus. four years with us have been well spent, and he has had a gnnd iuHucnce on his associates. scholastic work and his sportsmanship express the same good (lualitics that go to make up strong characteristics. We are confident that Paul ' s work is oidy well begun, and that he carry the same attributes into his chosen profession. James Elgexe Watts . . Peachland, X. C. 7 is hi-lli-r to lave tovrJ and lost than ni ' ver to liai;- lovi-d at all. ' •Phipsicli " (4). ■il (4); AdvertlsiiiK Ma Gene comes to us from the huckleberry bushes of Anson County. He is not an original mem- ber of the Class of " 28, but since joining us in ' 26 has made a loyal member. His jovial attitude and determination to see the bright side of everything makes him a pleasant companion. i Gene ever " grows up, " we predict for him a great future. [ennings Van- Hlren W o.mble Monciirc, X. C. M.A. " Take it easy, have your fun, and let the old v-orld flicker on. " Jennings ' an Buren Womble — that ' s a big name for such a small fellow. But he is only small in size. The courses he has taken and the grades he has made during his four years here are enough to warrant the statement that his brain power is not small. It is true that he doesn ' t talk much, and appear; to be bashful, but he has the physical appearance that the ladies just naturally like. His hair, with its waves and dips, is one of his outstanding features. May Lady Luck smile upon you and all you undertake. Jennings. i SliMOR SXAI ' SHOTS p f i g - ' HS: T r jTf g j ' ..» I si O ' - m Junior Class History |N niE tiKinlh of September, 1925. nearly two huiuireil men and women entered Elon College under the banner of the class of 1929. They con- stituted the largest class ever to enter this institution. We were honored at many receptions, formal by the faculty and informal by the Sophs. At our first class meeting on November 4, we launched forth in earnest with Ralph Coggins as our president. That year we proceeded to make a name for ourselves in every branch of col- lege life. We were well represnted in all of the sports aiu made a clean sweep of the class basketball series. Our four inter-collegiate debaters were a credit to their class. The members of the class of ' 29 entered into every phase of literary, social and religious life on the hill with a determination and spirit that has been marked during our existence as a class. Sophomores! Having notified by our spirit and actions the other classes on the hill of our presence, it now became necessary to make the lowly Freshman aware of our existence. Under the leadership of Dace Jones we ably upheld the record which we had established in our former days. This year we demonstrated our literary prowess by winning our first and only Freshman-Sophomore debate. Two vears passed. With R. E. Sims, Jr., as our leader, we settled down to the third vear with a feeling of dignity and seriousness that was somewhat lacking in our first two years. This year found only a minority of the original two hundred, but we were joined by several more who have been valuable assets in all of our undertakings. We continued to take an active part in athletic, social and literary life. Typical of the spirit of the class of ' 29, we co-operated to the utmost to put the " Maroon and Gold ' ' on a sound basis and to make a success of it. We now stand on the threshold of our last college year. May the success which we have enjoyed these three years be ours in this last year at Elon and in later years I Class Historian. 64. Junior Class Poem II hen ICC ivere " frcshiis " ire hiil Elo i tn try us: If c aiinvercd every elmUcnije tn our iiill : A ml th ' iugh the silent rnouiitains shniilil ilt jy us. Jl ( trial to inakr them sul jeet to our skill. He tept our dreums ii iil folloui l ahere they led us: II e took life as a jest, deetded liiut hti r ic is best. When ive were " sophs " jce asked no odds of distance. We learned to work and ic ilk in honor ' s nays: We went to meet and master strony resistance. We could settle ev( ry prohlem nhii h the mind of man could raise. If e tried to hear our harden gidlantly. and ever ff ' e soutjht the task nhich called for full endeavor. No ' iv ive ' re Juniors uith no thoui hl of failure liirkini Beyond tomorrow ' s daivn to frii ht our soul : Let failure strike — it still will find ii working With faith that ive shall next ymr rea( h our 0{d. If e ' re he ' inii helpful to all ii ho need us. uinnint irhal joys tit can. If ritin i in triumph to the i nd our record as a man. Class Poet. Junior Class Dr. J. r. Newman, Sponsor Colors: Brown and Ciiilcl Floii.fr: Brown Eyed Susan Motto: " Not at the top, hut till cKiiihiiif;. " Officers R. E. Sims, Jr President Mrs. J. B. Brown Vice-President Birdie Mae Rowiano Secretary G. E. Ring Treasurer Fern Lashlev Poet W. P. Lawrence, Jr Historian Junior Class I.OIS AOAMSOX W An LEV, ALABAMA " l.i-vi- -zi nlr you live, I icouLI siiy. and s.izf llii- l liusures of the preseni day. " Pi Kuijpa Tau Lucv BooxE RL KLISCTON ' , NORTH CAROLINA " .hid lur t ' lilly lucks liatuj on lur l,inf ' !,s iikr a (iiildiii fli i-, and many Jasons (innr in qurst of her. " Pi Kappa Tau Ora Viola Brady BENNETT, NORTH CAROLINA " Silrnic is sii;frlcr than Spi-nli. " M AR Hraxnock ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA " The clioiicst things of life come in sniat! packages. " Bi-la Omiiron Brta Florexcf Ellen Brown elon college, north carolina " To love and to he loved is the grealesi hal - t iness of existence. " Pi Kappa Tau Ja: ies B. Brown ei.on college, north carolina ■ ' hill hiiirl always ivishing In do liijlil and III be friends with everybody. " All. ha Pi Delta M AKIIARET BrUTON niKAlllKL, NORIH CAROLINA " None but herself (an be herself. " Ralph Cogoins SANIflRI), NORIH CAROLINA " irhiil I must do is all that loncerns me — nil what people think. " I.. la Tau Kappa; PIiilnlc ' Kiall Arnold Llvkrgnf-: Cotney VVADLEV, ALABAMA " Keeping everlastingly at il brings sun ess. " Junior Class Chcil a. Cox ramseur, north carolina ' Quilt ill appearance luiih motives unkno ' wn. " Philologiaii L. R. Gather WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA ' They i overn most lu io mate tlie least noise. " Oi.LiE Wade Deaton BISCOE, NORTH CAROLINA " Speedi is silver, but silence is i iiljen. " Alpha Pi Dc:ta; rli.. Charlie C. Dollar LANETT, ALABAMA ■ « iiinest man is the noblest work of (•ml. " Alphi PI Delta HovLE T. Efird ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA ■li lliere is anylliinij better than to he loved, it is loving. " Icila Tail Kappa; I ' liiPiloBian A. F. Fowler, Jr. ERWIN, NORTH CAROLINA " The purest treasurer mortal lime affords is a spotless reputation. " Icita Tail Kappa; I ' liil.ilnKian Elizabeth Greene morrisville, north carolina " Real merits of any kind cannot ton be con- cealed. " Madge Cole Green EI.ON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA ' There is no substitute for tliorouijlicjoinij, ardent, and sincere earnestness. " Pi Kappa Tau Christine Hornaday EI.ON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA " Of noble mind, serene and kind. " Tau Zcla Phi; P.siphclian Junior Class S. : u ni, Pfrcy Hinsox l)U V, NORTH CAROLINA ' Take il easy, lia-ve your fun. anJ lei llie ohl •world flicker on. " Alphi Pi Dulta; i- ' lio George Thomas Hunter BURLINCIOX, NORTH CAROLINA " T ie tallies — heaven bless lliem! " MlI.DREn JOHN ' SOX REX ' , NORTH CAROLINA ■•God ' s rarest hlessini is. after all. a ijnnd li ' ornan. " Margaret Johxston elon college, north carolina " Pure in heart, huinhle in spirit. She seeks knoiuledge and truth. " Dace W. Jones burlington, north carolina " To play the game for all there ' s in it, To play the cjame and play In win it. " Iota Tau Kappa Claude White Kii-ka MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA " Enerijetie, kind and true. These lead to sovereign pnivrr. " Inia Tan Kappa; Fliil..|i.Kiaii Fern Lash lev burlington, north carolina " am not the rose. Hut I hare lived near the rose. " iP.Ua ri.sil ,n Ka| pa W. p. Lawrence, Jr. ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA " .4n intelleel of highest ivorth. a heart of pur- est ideals. " Kar.pa Psi Nil-. PIUl.i|,.|;iali A I ARG A R ET LaW R IN C i 1 . NCIinUKG, VIRGINIA " Truth from her lips prevails with dnuhle sway. " Pi Kappa Tau Junior Class Allan Wilsox Laxton Cni.I.HllSVlIl.E, NORTH CAROI.IVA " lliiili irriliJ lliniiiilih s,iiliJ in l ir rail nj f fiiirlrsy. " Alpha ri Delta; CWo Alleen May Mli: nSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA " Tliy moiirsty is a candlr In lliy mrril. " li.lta Upsilon Kapua Hattie McKinney i:i,0 cni.I.KCK, NTIRIH CARni.IVA " T ir mihiisl miuiniis, ami the i rnllisl Inarl. " Marian Nalle SANKORI), NORTH CAROLINA " Oh lamiuniir iif lilirs. lehat art ihoii 1L-Iieii mm ' till ' J III I his lo irjurror of hriiiis. ' ' " ■ 1! -la, c imiclun Beta Marian A. Nethery nROWN SL ' MMITT, NORTH CAROLINA " Oiiiiliii-ss is an indication of ability to thini;. " I ' hilologian Evan R() riLL " s Ray MONCL ' RR, NORl ' H CAROLINA " Slalily, manly, striinii-hiartid .and of nnli ' .i ' I haraitir. " I..ta Tau Kappa Elhert Franklin Rhodes IlA ' lON, VIROINIA ■■Of musicians and artists, the puhlii tu please. " Kappa Psi Nu: Philologlan CiLEs Everett Ring KIIINRLRO, VIRGINIA " . jncnd til all. faithful, diliijcnt. always ready to serve. " h.ta Tau Kappa; Clio Margarett Charlotte Roberts WINDSOR, VIRGINIA ' ■She speaks, hehifves and aits just c she oui ht. " Junior Class Gkorgh Harold Robertsox . A :T0N ' , RHODE ISLAM) " (.t Iranqutl people luho ai(0!n lis i much. " K;ipi..i I ' s, Nu; iMin Alma Loi lse Rol ntreh NORFOLK, VIRCINU " II ' luttsofver her hand fitidelh lo do shy does it v. ' ith her mujht. " Delta I-i)Bil„ii Kaiipa; Psykalion Birdie Mary Rowland GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ' S ' ot loo serious, not too tjay, Hut a rare i ood felloiu v:heti it comes to playr L.lta r|.sil,,.i K:,i,],a: Psii.hHlian PeRC ' li ' SRON ' SawA KR SMnillTKLl), VIRGINIA " (• needs no eutoijy; he sf ' eaks for himself. " Clio David W. Shepherd ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA " .1 handful of common sense is - i:orlli ii hushel of learning. " Ali.li:i I ' i Ii.lta: I ' liilnlnman Hl rlev S. Shepherd elon college, north caroll a " do voii) friendship. I ivill I ' crjorm il lu the last article. " All.lia IM I ' .ltM: PliilnlMman Robert Eari, Sims, Jr. GREENSBORO, NOKIII L KOIl " His soul is stronij for il IrusLs in i oodness, and slioix-s dearly that il may he Irusled. " L.lii T ni Kni ' l ' .i: rililoloKiall Gladys Irene Spoon EI.ON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA " Of manners ijenlle, of affection mild. " Tail Z.l:i I ' hi; I ' siph. Mail Eva Mai: S kes kinsron, north caroi.isa " The hand that folloivs intelleil can achieve. " PKlph.liaii Junior Class Cliftox J. Thomas ASHBORO, NORTH CAROLINA " - ;«( ' friend is forever a friend. " I..ta Tau Kai7iia; I ' liu Clarhxce p. Thompson GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA " The most manifest siijn of ivisdom is eon- linued cJieerfulness. " Kappa Psi Nu; l " liil.i| " Bian Jewel Vester Trlitt clenn raven, north carolina " Blessed is she li.ho strives to hold before the ivnrLI llie standard of luomanliood. " r.-ipli.li[in (Iari)xer Dinkens Undkrhill ALBANV, NEW YORK " is Iraii ' iiil in ile ic io atiom ' lis i iniit i. " I ' lio Clara Underwood iniNCSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA " Love, snueetness, goodness in her nnon shines. " Delta rpsilDii Kappa; rsyUali-im John William Van Hook roxboro, north carolina ' His lieart is as far from fraud as heai ' en from murder. " I. .la Tai] Kapi.a, I ' ll ilol.iKiali Charles Walker, Jr. BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA " Live it:hile ynti live, I would say, hid seize the fileasures of the fresenl day. " riiil..l..Kian RiTH Daniel Wicker GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA " II ' till i enlle yel prevailine force. Intent u[ tin her destined course. " (lI.ENN FaRRELL Wo.MMI.E MONCURE, NORTH CAROLINA ' llii h erected thoutjhts seated in a ' leait if courtesy. " Kappa Psi Nu Sopkomore Class History 2- }- r W ' S on the thirty-first day of August, ninctft-ii liiiiuirfd :iiid twt ' iity-six. tliat the Class of ' 30 began arriving on the Hill. Imagine our surprise when we found that the college professors were just ordinary men and women, and not the superhuman beings that our inexperienced minds had pictLired them to be. After numerous consultations with our advisors and the college authorities, we successfully survived the ordeal of matriculation, to which we had looked forward without knowing just what to expect. In due time we experienced many enjoyable and some unenjoyable occasions, in some of which the lordly sophomores played quite a prominent role. After each of our members had become the proud possessor of a shower bath ticket and a receipt for the radiator fee, we were allowed to settle down to the daily routine of college life. Tuesday, November the second, was the day of days for us, because on that date, after many examples of the oratorical ability possessed by certain members of our class, we chose " Jake " Messersmith to lead us through our freshman year. On the same day we chose as our motto, " The ropes of today will ring the bells of tomorrow. " On April the fifteenth we lost the Freshman-Sophomore debate by the vote of two to one. But ours was a noble loss, for each representative proved himself a gallant fighter. In athletics we were well represented on the arsitv football, basketball and base- ball teams. In May, ' 27, we parted, after having spent many happy hours together, and with the hope of spending many more in the same way. September, 1927, back at Elon once again, with Lefty Hriggs as our leader. Isn ' t it great to be back in a college atmosphere once more, and to think that we are sopho- mores. But in our great joy there is a tinge of sorrow and regret, for some of our beloved classmates have fallen by the wayside. However, we must not falter on that account, for already many of us have found that life is not a bed of roses, or at least that there are many thorns mixed with the roses. Again we were well represented on the varsity football and basketball teams, and there are berths on Elon ' s baseball team that will be filled by men from the Class of ' 30. The interclass basketball championship was one of our honors during the past semester. And so as this document is brought to a close it leaves us in the prime of our college career, each of us striving to prepare himself for some worthy place in the world. We are striving ever onward, one and all, to a higher and more noble goal, for is it not true that " The ropes of today must ring the bells of tomorrow? " Class Historian. 76 Sophomore Class Poem Our Frcshiiuui iliiys (ire (jvcr rnnv, F ' ji linn d ' jih sivijlly tjo; U I Id-i III near ii deeper hrow, Jo ihiiik tee iviser yriiiv. Some erill us fool, some e ill us sage. The future ffives Irue lii lit: A nil iilial ire are. an afler ae e Musi eiill our niinu arii lit. He love our purph and our gold. We love the yilloir rose: A gift from nature ' s deepest fold. Our merits to disi lose. Our Thirty is to us heloved. For pleasures it has given; Sueh dreams sueh hopes! may they he proved Soiiu day hy aid of I haven. Class Poht. Sopnomore Class Miss Lu.A Nkvvman, Sponsor Colors- Purple and Cilil Floivir: Vellmv Rose Mollu: " Huild tnr character, not for fame. " Officers C. y. Bricgs, Jr Pris ' ulrnl Mildred Arledce licr-Prrs ' tdntl An ' nie Laura Holland Sfcrttary Brock Jones Treasurer Sidney Jackson .... Historian T. R. Benton I ' ori 78 Sophomore Class Eph H. Abell RICHLAND, GEORGIA Kappa Psi Xu: Clio Guv Alexander LIBERTY, NORTH CAROLINA Alpha Pi Delta Ruth Irene Alexander elon college, north carolina Mildred Arledge lakdrum, south carolina Tau Zeta Phi; Psiphelian Ruth Elizabeth Bain haw river, north carolina David Pal.mer Barrett, Jr. PONCE, PORIO KICO Kappa Psi Nu: Phil.il.igian Phil Sidnev Barnes hurdles mills, north carolina Philologiaii Theodore R. I5enton CERRO GOKUO, NORTH CAROLINA E. E. Black BLRLINCrON, NORTH CAROLINA Daniel C. Boone SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA Clio Sopk Ch pnomore x iass Robert W. Bovd HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA Sigma Plii Beta; Olio Haller Allex Braxner DOVER, DELAWARE Iota Tau Kappa Charles Vernon Briggs, Jr. greensboro, north carolina Iota Tau Kappa Thomas Browiier germantown, north carolina Virginia Brown HEMP, NORTH CAROLINA B.-ta Oniicion Beta TlXSLE ' Br ant RANDLEMAN, NORTH CAROLINA Pi Kappa Tau Licii.i.E Bernice Bi shong NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA Fred S. Caddell ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA Iota Tau Kappa Pall Caddell ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA Evangeline Isabell Carr broadway, north carolina Psiplielian Sophomore Class Ei)CAR M. R i Chamu.ir BUKI.INGION ' , NnRTll CAROLINA Carroi.i. Ci.ark SNOW CAMP, NOKIII CAROLINA PhlkilmiLui M AR ' i iA - Cox VVAVKRLV, VIRGINIA I ' syUal.oii Frances Isahi i.i. Dark siler citv, north carolina William Hai.h Duncan SILER CITV, NORTH CAROLINA Merline Dunlap BISCOE, NORTH CAROLINA Psiphulian Delos M. Elder BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Tazwell D. Eure CATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA lota Tau Kappa; Clio Alma Margaret Faucette BROWN SUMMIIT, NORTH CAROLINA I ' tlphulian Clyde C. Foushee SANFORI), NORTH CAROLINA Alpha Pi U-lta: Clio Sophomore Class Maude Mary Fuller DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Roy Mastin Green BROWN SUMMirr, NORTH CAROLINA Karpa I ' si Nu Margaret Clarice Gunn REIDSVTLLE, NORTH CAROLINA Psykalcon Zek Harrington MONCURE, NORTH CAROLINA Annie Laura Holland suffolk, virginia Mabel Frances Holt GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA ri Kappa Tau Mary Horne BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA ri Kappa Tau Sidney F. Jackson WASHINGTON, NORHT CAROLINA Sigma Phi Beta Mabel Rebecca Jenkins STAR, NORTH CAROLINA Brock Darden Jones HOLLAND, VIRGINIA Iota Tau Kappa; Clio Sophomore Class Eii.A -Marii- KnvsnR PARKS, NEBRASKA IViplieluin Al.MA KaTOX KlMHAI.I. MANSON, NORTH CAROLINA Delta Upsilon Kappa; PsykaUo Edward Elgexf. Kipka mooresville, north carolina Iota Tau Kappa; Plliloloeian Elodias Falcox Kxight stokesdale, north carolina Philologian Waltflle Lambeth ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA Delta Upsilon Kappa; PsykaUon E.MiLv Lee ORAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Alton Parker Lewis ALTAMAHAW, NORTH CAROLINA I ' lnlnlogian Bertha Little STATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Thomas E. Lowrv PEACHLANI), NORTH CAROLINA Russell W. Maxwell BROWN SUMMirr, NORTH CAROLINA Sophomore Class M.ARGARI ' T LoLilSR McPhERSON SNOW CAMP, NORTH CAROLINA I ' i Kappa Tau Winona Catherine Morris 1) KK, VIRCIMA R N. Moses HIGDOXVll.l.K, NORTH CAROLINA riiili.otian Martha E h-i.ine Nethery IISOVVN SUMMIIT, NORTH CAROLINA 1 ' : iphrlliUl Dan a. Northcl tt MCFARI.AN, NORTH CAROLINA Kappa Psl Nu; Pliilup.Bian IJernice Oakley BURLlNCrON, NORIH CAROLINA Eva Ai)I)ie I ' arker CORAPEAKE, NORIH CAROLINA Tau Z..-ta I ' hi Eva Mai; Parrish HAW RIVER, NORTH CAROLINA Lelia Ann Peed K ' ORiAii, no:;th Carolina r. Iplp ' lian Myra Edith Perry SNOW CAMP, NORTH CAROLINA P.siphelian 8+ Sophomore Class Margaret Ci rtis Rritzhi, I.IBKRTV, NORIH (. ' AROI.IVA Ai.BFRTA Roberts WINDSOR, VIRGINIA Beta Omlc-ion Beta Alberto Rodriqlez havana, cuba Velma Smith middlesex, north carolina rsvkal.-on Edxa Ray Stout SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA Beta Omicron Beta Grace Campbell Stout sanford, north carolina Beta Omicinn Bet: Lii.LiE Mar - Thomas BURLINGTON, NIIRllI CAROLINA Mrs. Lii.lie Rae Thompson- ckailwi, norih carolina l ' syka:.-..ii Pi. (,M)E Arlexa ThoMI ' SOX DURHAM, NORJII CAROLINA D.lta l ' psi!..ri Ka|.|.a. Worth I.axi; Thompsox (;raiiam, NOKijr carc)Li a Sophomore Class lMAR • LlLl.IAX Un ' dkrwood VOUNOSVILI.K, NORTH CAROLINA Pitts Garland Vickers ambrose, georgia Philnlogian Zacharv Taylor Walker ENSLEV, ALABAMA Nellie White elon college, north carolina Christine Wicker SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA D.-Ita Ulisilnn Kiippri, )iii;RT Cameron Wightman, Jr. EDINBERG, VIRGINIA I..t;i Tun Kajipu; Clio Levi P. Wilkins BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA AI Rv Margaret Wilson FLETCHER, OHIO Tail Zc ' ta Phi Edna Lee Wright SIAR, NORTH CAROLINA Guy Aytch York STALEV, NORTH CAROLINA AIplKi I ' i Delta ti (1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I n M 1 1 ! M I FRICSHMAX CARTOON ' Freskman Class History jX SEPTEMBER 5, o cr a himdii ' il liigli school graduates entered Elon College to prepare themselves to reach some worth while goal in life. It was not long before they realized how insignificant and un- important they really were on the campus. They still hoped, though, to accom- plish much in future years, so that the college would be proud of the Class of ' 31. The Faculty Reception, given to the Freshmen at the Y. W. C. A., will al- ways be remembered as a very enjoyable event. The day of initiation, September 25th, will never be forgotten. C n this day the Sophs gave the " Ereshies " a warm, liearty welcome. The members of the Class of ' j i have played a prominent part in all the different activities of the college. Some of the members as athletes proved them- selves to be very valuable to the varsity teams, and Maurice Carrow became a member of the staff of the college paper. At a meeting held early in the fall, the members of the class chose " Johnnie " Sharpe and " Jimmy " Fowler as class favorites. Later J. S. Fowler was also elected class president, and Marjorie Moore, class secretary. T. A. Fowler was chosen treasurer. The last of December proved to be an anxious time, for our class examinations were to be given soon, and some were dubious about returning the second semes- ter. I ' ate and Faculty were kind, though, and most of the class succeeded in passing the examinations. January 4 was the beginning of the new semester. We learned that thirteen of our classmates (an unlucky number) were missing, but these were replaced by the same number of new students, so that the number of our class remained the same. May we, the Class of ' 31, grow and prosper more and more each year, always striving to do our best and thinking of those things which go to develop charac- ter and make us successful in all of our undertakings, a credit to our homes, our school and our country. Historian. Freshman Class Poem Last year n ' c just i o iiplitc a piiyc in our larccrs. We had started out and finished our plans for tirclvt Unuj years. And noiv the paz c nt ' rr startiny on an l striving for the test Is turned for us, and it ' s our part to aluays do thr best. To honest U ' ork ive do right noiv or tasks hut trifled o ' er If ill mean sueeess or failure in the yrars that lie before. Don t dare put off till sometime uhat you ran do this year ; For if you do. that " sometime " for you may ne ' er appear. As Freshmen just heijinning that ' s the time to do it right: To ever strii ' e to do our best and keep up in the fight. ' T ' ls true lie never ean forget the happy times this year. But lie shall ahvtiys eherish them as memories true and dear. And then the upperelassmen ice hol l their friendship true; ff iihont thin help and guidanee. ivhat eould we ever ito. ' YeSj many happy memories eling ' round this Freshman year. And as ive step out in the ivorld ne ' ll lunu the in ivith a tear. And noiu we ' re eliiiibing upuard on that leieleler ice call fame, With three more happy years to reaeh the goal of this great game. Class Pokt. Freshman Class Dr. N. F. Brannock, S onsor Colnrs: Blue and C,o FInivrr: Red Rose Motto: " To make the better best. " OlKICERS J. S. Fowler PnsHrnt James Walton, Jr ricr-Prrsidnil Marjorie Moore Secretary A. A. Fowler Treasurer Movi) Fixe Poet Ruth Ruston Ilislnrian reshma n Ch Margaret Ei.izahetii Ai.i.hricht swepsonvii.i.e, north carolis ' a Betty Joe Amick liberti ' , north carolina Ella Bernice Atkins biscoe, north carolina Psipli.-l.an William Thomas Beatv matthews, north carolina Philologian James Ei lox Brady BENNETT, NORTH CAROLINA Howard Lorenzo Briggs greensboro, north carolina lotii Tail Kapi.a Ossie Etta Browk HEMP, NORTH CAROLINA ( LLiE Mattie Burgess RAMSELR, NORTH CAROLINA AxN ' iE Elizaheth Cari ' er ROWLAND, NORTH CAROLINA Psykal.on Maurice Walter C arrow DOVER, nELAWARE Iota Tau Kappa; (Ti.i Edith Drusilla Clark charlotte, xortii carolina Psiphclian J()si;i ' H [erai.d Cole, Jr. JACKSONVILLE, NOKIII CAROLINA Eugene Wai.ti;r Cox EI.ON COILEOE, NORTH CAROLINA WooDRow Wilson Cox El.ON COLLECE, NORTH CAROLINA in Ch VVZELLE DeN ' SOX PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA Irene Dolly DeLancey REIDSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Psyk.ili-on AIary Lucinda Dl DANVILLE, VIRGINIA PsiiJliflian Alfred Andes Dofflemyer elkton, virginia Pliilologiaii Riin- J L ' ANITA Efland BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Darden J. Eire EURE, NORTH CAROLINA Iota Tail Kappa; Clio Moyd Aldridge Fite CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Psykal. ' on Elizabeth Rawls Folk SlipFOLK, VIRGINIA Rachel Bettie Fonville bl rlington, north carolina IViphelian Lillian Foist graham, north carolina Pxipheliaii James Smoot Fowler chapel hill, north carolina Pliilologiaii Thomas Avera Fowler DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA Iota Tail Kar.pa Carlos Fuertes HAVANA, CUBA Philologian Eugenia Dare Green ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA Freshman Class IJ v. Ri) ( " iKoRGi; (]iu:gg ni RI.INCrON " , NORTH CAROLINA Eugenia Catherine ( iri nn GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROI INA I ' sykalc.ui Sadie Exgei.ia (Ilxter SANFORD, NORTH CAROI. INA iViphiliiin William Edward Guthrie burlington, north carolina Thomas Rurwell Hamrick DRAPER, NORTH CAROLINA Kappa Psi Nu Virginia Harden ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA n. ' ta Onnrrnii Beta: Psykaleon I R Katherine Harper DOVER. DELAWARE Mary Elizabeth Haynes rurlincton, north carolina V ' ATT Richardson Highsmii ii GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA I ' lin Eugenia Grey Hili.i ard ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA Henry Collins Hilliard NORLINA, NORTH CAROLINA Kenneth Bovd Hook WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA Alplia ri pcUa : rliiliiloKinn Clinch AM ' ()ni) v ard Howi i.i, day iiuook, nor i ii carolina Mattie Hudson ' DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA ' reshma n Ch lliu.y L. Ingram IN ' CRAM, VIRGINIA CoRXKLious Alford Jackson DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA Anna Florence Johnson garner, north carolina Katherixf? Roberta Johnson DOVER, DELAWARE Beta Omiiron Bi-ta Nellie Brown Johnson benson, north carolina Rachel Mae Johnson BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Annie Idell Jones SUNBURV, NORTH CAROLINA Psykalcon Mary Rawls Jones HOLLAND, VIRGINIA John David Lee, Jr. GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Kappa I ' si Nu Margaret Emma Lineherger CHARI.niTE, NORTH CAROLINA PsTplH-liai. M r Ervin Lineherger CHARI.nnE, NORTH CAROLINA Psiphtlinn Venda Pauline Little statesville, north carolina PElpholian Elizabeth IVLargaret Long GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Erma William Love burlington, north carolina 96 resnma n CL Clara Lois McAoa.ms elcn college, north carolina Delta Upsilon Kappa Lii.i.iAx (;I.AI) s MclxT Ri ' : altamahaw, noktil larolisa Cla ' McPhhrsox HAW KIVER, NORTH CAROLINA Katherini; Loi isf Mii.i.ikhx hami.kt, norih carolina Marjorir Moore DOVER, DELAWARE Beta llmiiron Beta Iraia Mae Moricle SUMMERFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA Psykal.on Ruth Erma Morton BLRLINnrON, NORTH CAROLINA Tau Zeta Phi Troy Eugene Moser BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Robert Vernon Murrow BONLEE, NORTH CAROLINA Harril Either Neal CHARLOriK, NORTH CAROLINA M i)i ' : 1 1 i:i.i:N ' . i: vso i lagkani;k, noriii Carolina Velma Rii;i) () ' Coxni:i.l JONESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA IMph.-lian Oi.A Si ' Excer Pitch lORi) OXHIRO, NORTH CAROLINA Psvkalinn Ri TH ' Mm: Pi ksir GARNER, NORTH CAROLINA PaykaNnn Fresliman CI ass A ' x Pri-ti,()VV Kawi.s SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA lLlt;l Up.silon KiU ' lM W ' ll.LIAM LiLSTER REGISTER SANFOHI), NOKIH CAUni.lNA I ' liilolci iaii John Hinton Rountree NORFOLK, VIRCINL Sii.niM Phi Hita H.NZii. I,()i Rlsseij. lihSroN, MIRTH CAROLINA Rlth Jeax Rl ' ston dover, delaware Psykaleon Sara Louise Sadler CUARLOriK, NORTH CAROLINA lMl.h,.|i,-,n Hi;s.siE Mae Sei.ears BLRLINCION, NORTH CAROLINA Clara Mabel Sharpe elon college, north carolina Delta Upsilon Krippa; Psykak ' un lyOLisi; Margierite Shoaf north wilkksi ' .oro, north carolina Llom) Tho.nl as Smith GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Anna Lol ' ise Springs CHAKLOriE, NORTH CAROLINA I ' siphulian Ardell Noring Stephenson SEVERN, NORTH CAROLINA Kll I1KI Phi Hi-ta H(AT Odei.l Stone SILER CUV, NORIII CAROLINA Edna T ' sson burlington, noriii carolina Freshman Class j iBb-uhs :i ' jjffiiym fH9t-J3 S. i.ri;R (;li: L ' tli; MONL ' UKE, XORIIl CAKOLINA James Walton, Jr. KANAPOLIS, NOUril CAr.OLlNA Clara Lel Ward BLKLIXr.TON " , NOKIII LAKOLIXA Ei). A Marii; Ward IinERlA, NORIJI CAKOLLVA Trualan Eli Ward BURLINCTOK, NORTH CAROLINA Emala Geneva Way SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA Alhlrt Will lam Weston CKHKNSBOKO, NORHI CAKOLINA Gladys Irene White danville, virginia Ptiphulian DoKorm Virginia W ' illia.m, IRANKLLN, VIRGINIA Laney Carlas William , EAGI.K SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Sam Hlrros Wilson IIOLl.V SPRINGS. NOKIil CAROLINA Edith Sarah Wright ASHBORO, NORTH CAROLINA (Sraci: Marii Wright ASJHioKo, N():;in Carolina Howard Davd Wkigiii lUKI.INOION, NO:ilH CAROLINA D. C. Walkkr Coacli Coach Walker came to is tiom Wilson, N. C, where he was director of athletics at Atlantic Christian College. He had not been here long before he had won a place in the hearts of the students. His teams are always fighting, and are ne er b-aten until the end. He has instilled that old fighting sjiirit into his teams, and we are indeed jiroiid of him tor the record lie is making with his team. C. M. Cannon (irddiiiilc Maiuiiin- of A ihlilus " C. M.r as h:- is calli-d, is all tor atlv lt ' t!cs. No matter when " he is or wliat he is iloinu:, lie is iie er too biis to ilo or say something for the interest of athletics at Elon. A more capable man would be hard to (ind. CM. CANON GRADUATE MANAGER. I ' Ari, C. Wai.kkr Sliulrni Maii,t,i,r oj lllihlu Paul has done niiieh in the capncitN ol Student .Manager to raise the standard of r.lon in the eyes of coaches, manafjers and athletes of oth.-r schools. His .serv- ices to Coacli Walker on trips in caring for the team and to Mrs. Rini: in car- iwil for visitin}; teams ha e h:-r in al- uahle. . ta.C.WALKEFL. STUD.6MT MANAGER, Dace W. Joxes Captain " Red " has been our leader on the gridiron for the past season, and has done much to instill the winning spirit into the team. Though suffering most of the season from a sprained ankle, he has given all that he had, and has won a place in the hearts of the students of Elon. " Red " has one more year to wear the colors of Elon, and we feel sure he will make that year ' s record even better than the past. R. R. Hardy Caplain-Eled Hardy came to us from Alabama, and in his first year with us has made an excellent impression, both as a student and an athlete. To show their appreciation for his hard work on the gridiron the team has selected him for its leader next year. We are expecting much from him as next year ' s captain. io6 F ' t; Walker Hk.w m.k End FOOTBALL f With ()nl - three weeks of trainiiiLi; our team journevc tl (town to RaleiL h where they were entertained by the ,t rid- iron warriors of N. C. State. Ihc " Christians " put up a i anie and determined (i lit Init eould not overeome the heavier and more experienced State team. Conseijuentlv we lost bv the score of 3, ' )-{). ' aIk.er shone in this !j;ame bv returniiiLi; punts deep into State territory. Those who preiiieted that Wake Forest would win an easv victorv over Klon were mistaken in their views. In this t ruellin battle Klon played the best game of the sea- son to hold our ancient rival to a scoreless tic. And a mat- ter of a few seconds is all that thwarted victory for the " Christians " as we had the ball on Wake Forest ' s four-yard line. .MtCaulav broke throuL h time after time to break up Deacon thrusts. Whitlev was as immovable as the Rock of Gibraltar. The ' i " it,ditin i; Christians " went over to tame the " Wildcats " a:id althoui h beaten 27-0, they gave the 1926 State Champs a real battle. Branner just simply couldn ' t miss a pass and he was a constant threat in the " Christian " offense. The (juilford game was played on foreign territory. F lon entered the game minus the ser ices of four regulars, but the spirit and pep were there and ¥Aon romped all over the " (Quakers " for a 31-13 victory. With " Hans " Waggoner plunging through the line and Zeigler snagging passes out of the air at will, the " Quakers " didn ' t have a ghost of a show. .J Efird Tackl e F. Jones Back FOOTBALL The Hii;h Point i amc was the first one of the season on Comer Field and one of the best. In the hist half both teams plaved on even terms, but duriiii; the seeond half the " I ' anthers " i;ained an ailvantai e and Snyder J4rabbed a pass baek of Klon ' s ,Li;oal line for the only score of the t ame. Ivxeept for this one threat Elon held Hit h Point in cheek. l hrd plavetl a stellar L:;ame in the line while Cook was the shininL li. ht in the back held. Armistice Dav witnessed another chalk mark upon the win column of the Maroon and Gold team. I ' he " Fi htinti; Christians " met and defeated Lynchburg on a strant e held 1 9-0. Coi gins and F. Jones were the shining lights in the backHeld and Johnson in the line presented such a powerful oftense that Lynchburg was kept entirely on the defense. Klon entered the Emory and Henry game with si.x reg- ulars on the injured list but in spite of this our players displayed a truly hghting spirit. The " Christians " could not cope with the Virginians aerial attack, conse- quently thev beat us 13-7. ' orkevitch deserves great praise for his line plunging in this game while Captain " Red " Jones played a stellar game in the line. Har- rnigton ' s deadly tackling featured the game. " The " Fighting Christians " met Lenoir-Rhyne Turkey Day for the hrst time in years and defeated them 7-6. Captain-Elect Hardy and Smith were big factors in this victory. The game was bitterly contested throughout, but the determina- tion of the " Christians " brought them victory. ,% Uakkingion End The Bear Cats ) oil hiivi Ml ;, ymiii a ' jniiwoii fun, I li hi.ys lilii lire jaiimiis for fuot ' iil siiiiii ; 77 ' (iy II ho i ' j ' .III III hiittli iirriiy, III III hints mill I ' lids iiiiil . iL liters i iiy : I ' In hoys iilio rum tin rh iis iiinl fiiiin For footliiill III til. I hiiiii uoiiship i iiiiu. But dill you SIC on tin tiliji of tin Inn , Thr faithful si riihs ii ho urn li ft IhIiiuiI ' Tin lirys II ho norkiil iLitli iiiii h ' iiinl iiiiiui I h:it tin I ' Joii tiiiiii ntiou II iiin ht itniii ' I ' licy ivorkiil III tin I ' nutnc fnlil unh day. Were Iniitni and kni.ikrd in iViry fray. So. li hill ;;■( root in uild di liiilil for th.st uho iiiadi tin iLiiiniii ' fn lit. (ioiilil ii ( ' ; iiivc just out loud SI riiiiii For t ' lr srriihs iiho never iii " ' lr thr train ' 1928 Football Schedule and Results Elnn Opftnnnils North Carolina State at Nortli Carolina State o 39 Wake Forest at Wake Forest O o Davidson at Davidson O 27 Guilford at Guilford 31 13 High Point at Elon O 6 Lynchburg at Lynchburg ig ci Emory and Henry at Elon 7 13 Lenoii-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne 7 6 Total Points 64 1 04 SlMMAR-i ' Number of games played 8 Number of games won 3 Number of games tied I Number of games lost 4 R()iu-,RT E. Sims, Jr. Cnflnirt " Squire " is a product of Bessemer aiul is a natural athlete. His ability to outjunip other centers has been a constant menace to opposmg team; tor three years. " Siiuire " is also a leader, and his team mates showed their confidence in him by selecting him for their leader this season. He lias one more ear to play on the hardwood, and this shoidd be his best. Dan Long Newman This is " Hawkeye ' s " last year to perform on the " hardwood " for the Christians. In losing him Klon loses one of the most oiitstandint; basketeers to ever represent her. For floor work, accurate shootinfr and passing, Dan Long was unexcelled. IK- was selected by several coaches as forward on the nnthical all-state team. Thomas B. Mamrick Hamrick came to is this year with the reputation of being or.e of the best higji school forwards in the state. Coach W ' alker shifted him to g iard, and here he seemed per- fectly at home. ' ith his floor work and " lightning " s|ieed he was a terror to our opponents. To prove that he is cool-headed, a fast floor worker with the ability to anal c our ojiponeiits ' plays, and a born basketball player, his teammates have selected him to general our team next year. We are expecting great things from this boy for the next three years. Zacharv Walkf.r Although small in stature, " Zac " proved to be a giant in the eyes of our opponents this year. He performed brilliantU ' at all times, and could be depended upon to score when his teammates were " off form. " " Zac " had the knack of taking the ball away from his opponent and making it count for his team. A better man could not have been selected to fill the other forward position. This " little giant " has two more years with us, and we are hoping to lind anotlier mate for him next year. Clarence J. Crutchfield This year sees the passing of one of the most consistent and best guards Elon has ever produced in the person of " Tobe. " His work on the court for the past four years has been of the highest order, and it will be hard to find a man that can break up passes and guard forwards as " Tobe " did. He could be depended upon to work the ball up the floor in shooting distance. Paul Caddill " Pill " was right in there fighting ' em hard when he was called upon. (Opponents hated to see this " stick of dynamite " come trotting upon the floor, for they knew their chances of shooting goals were small. Paul has two more years to throw a scare into the Christian ' s opponents, and this he can be counted upon doing. Charles V. Briggs " Lefty " played his second year on the " hardwood court " this year, and as usual proved to be one of the hardest workers on the team. For vitality and accurate shooting, " Lefty " was hard to beat. In substituting at center or guard, he seemed to fill the bill perfectly at either place. His opponents had a hard time keeping up with him. We are expecting greater things of this " ball of vitality " for the ne xt two years. Hallf.r a. Braxxf.r It seemed to our opponents that this little " human dynamo " was all o er the court g:uarding and shooting at his own goal at the same timq. It spelled disaster to our opponents when the time keeper checked " Shorty " in the game. We are expecting him to have his greatest year next year. GkORCE WllITI.F.V " George " was rcad to go and going from the time the timekee|ier blew his whistle to start the game until this same whistle was blown ending the game. He is the kind of player that makes it hard for opposing guards to keep a good record. His passing and shooting were outstanding. Basketball Squad firs Row — Paul Caddell Zac Walker Dan Long Newman T. B. Hamrick H. A. Branner Sirouil R oiv — P. C. Walker Vernon Briggs C. J. Crutchfield George Whitley R. E. Sims Coach Walker 1928 Varsity Basketball SckeJule and Results NOX-COI-LEGIATE GamHS Ellin Opf ini " ls J9 14 Proximity ' . M. C. A. at Klon Pioxiniit ■ » ' . M. C A. at Cjieciisboro 25 30 Greensboro " . M. C. A. at Elon 38 12 Greensboro Y. M. C. A. at (ireensboro 46 30 CoLLEGIATi; CiAMES (juiltord at Kb)n 24 2? Catawba at Elon 36 24 Hampden-Sidney at Hanipden-Sidney 39 t t Roanoka at Roanoke, ' a 24 44 Morris-Harvey at Barboursville, W. Va 15 Defiance at Defiance, Ohio 25 27 State Normal at Bowling Green, Ohio 40 jo Muskinghum at New Concord, Ohio 30 65 Bliss at Columbus, Ohio 26 Wofford at Elon 31 Lenoir-Rhyne at Hickory 24 28 Davidson at Davidson 57 40 Catawba at Salisbury j2 %x W iliiam and Alary at Elon 28 36 20 49 4(1 Lenoir-Rhyne at Elon 36 Vake Forest at Wake Forest 47 Ciuilford at Guilford 26 49 3 Total Points 698 690 Si ATMARY Xunibcr of ganrjs played 21 Number of won 9 Inter-Class Basketball Ckampionsliip Series Team Store Tram Score Freshmen g ; Sophomores 24 Juniors 11; Seniors g Freshmen 17; Sophomores 24 Juniors 20; Seniors 18 Juniors 11; Sophomores 23 Juniors 15; Sophomores 20 Summary Games Games Played IVon Points Sophomores 4 4 gj Freshmen 2 o 26 Seniors 2 o 27 Juniors 4 2 57 ■ ' Arthur F. Fowler, Jr. Captain Fowler is a stiulcnt and an athlete. He is never happier tlian when on the baseball diamond. His pitching has been of the highest quality, earjiing him a place on the all-state team last year. As a result of this good work his teammates chose him for their leader the coming season, and we are confident that he will make a name for himself and for his college this year. ' i £,U .0 Baseball Letter Men, 1927 At the close of the basketball season Coach Valkel• souiulcil the call tor baseball. Forty-five men responded to this call. Anioii 2; this number reporting, eleven were seasoned letter men of last year ' s squad. It will be remembered that the 1927 base- ball squad was the best to ever represent Elon. The pitching staff consists of Captain Fowler, " Lefty " Briggs, Brown, Shepherd, and Cox of last year ' s team, and Murrow and Woodlief, who have quite a semi-pro record for the past summer. " Old Reliable " Shepherd will be seen behind the bat again this year with Rowland and Norman Smith, new material, assisting Shepherd in the role of relief receivers. " Tobe " Crutchfield is expected to perform around the initial bag. Harrington is back to scoop up fast ones at short. H. Briggs and " Red " Smith have strengthened our infield considerably, performing like old veterans around second and third bases respectively. Walkkr Slaughter Crutchfikld Ciakk Baseball Letter Men, 1927 The outfield is well taken care of in the pcr ons of " Squire " Simms, who led the team in hatting last ear, Paul Walker, who has chased Hies in an Elon uniform for the past three years, ami " Cal " Clark, who steps into Captain Braxton ' s shoes. Corhitt, who was drafted from the yearlings of last year, is showing promise of playing the role of utility man. The outlook for a strong team is the brightest ever seen at Elon. At the time this goes to press we have beaten Charlie Car- roll ' s strong Greensboro Patriots, and one of the members of the " big five " in this state. 1928 Basetall ScKeJule and Results EInn Oppnncnts Greensboro Patriots at ( " irecnsboro 13 S Davidson at Davidson 6 o Wofford at Spartanburg, S. C 13 ' O Catawba at Salishur 10 C) Vinston-Salem Twins at Elon 26 6 Pennsylvania State at Elon S 2 Wake Fore.t at ' akc■ Fore ,t n i Higb Ponit at Greensboro 12 2 Wake Forest at E lon I .iiii Guilford at Elon S O Lenoir Rhyne at Elon 11 3 Guilford at Siler City Rain Roanoke at Roanoke, Va 7 4 . M. 1. at Lexington, Va 20 7 University of Richmond at Richmond, Va 11 g Catawba at Elon 7 1 Erskine at Idon 7 " r)a idson at Elon 12 6 (Juiltord at Siler City 9 " Guilford at (niiifnrd 18 I 1927 Baseball Sckedule and Results FJdii 0[ [ ()nents Springfield (Mass.) at EIoii 4 3 Davidson at Davidson 7 2 Wake Forest at Wake Forest (j o University of North Carolina at Chapfl Hill . . S g Wake Forest at Elon 3 2 Guilford at Guilford 3 4 Emory and Henry at Elon 7 2 High Point at Greensboro 8 i Hampden-Sidney at Hanipdeii-Sidney 4 2 V. P. I. at Blacksburg 4 i Emory and Henry at Emory Rain Milligan at Johnson City o i Lenoir-Rhyne at Hickory i 6 Hampden-Sidney at Elon 4 i Davidson at Elon 8 4 High Point at Elon 7 g Guilford at Greensboro 16 11 V. P. I. at Elon r, 5 Guilford at Elon 9 3 Summary Number of games played 18 Number of games won 14 Number of games lost 4 Paul L. Simpson " Hardrock " is Klon ' s entry in C. C. Pylc ' s cross-C()untr " bunion licrby, " running from Los Angeles, California, to New York. He left his classes behind in January to enter this race, and has, at the present time, covered one thousand miles of the distance to New York, i ' .iid has an enviable record in intercollegiate circles in this state and in Virginia. ( )wing to his determination and durability, " Hardrock ' ' has run himself into the hearts of the people of the entire South, and justly so because he is modest, a hard worker, and the only entry from the South. " E ' Mens Club Officers C. H. Slaughter ,-,.,. ,•« C. J. Crutchfield I ' u,--I ' rcsidinl David Shepherd S,cretary-Trrasurcr Mfmbers H. T. Efird C. J. Crutchfield Zeb Harrington D. V. Shepherd H. A. Branner D. L. Newman P. C. Walker Zac Walker R. E. Sims A. F. Fowler Vernon Brigcs Rowland Smith H. S. Alexander Fred Caddell Carroll Clark Ralph Cogcins Paul McNeill Hurlev Shepherd E. W. McCaulev Ralph Johnson C. II. Slaughter Physical Education Class Miss Emilv Johns ion Instructor Pauline Liitle Mary Dix Margaret Lineberger Myra Perry Ruth Purser Alma Rountree Hannah Newman Julia Clem Clarice Gunn Irene DeLancey Myrtle Isley Ruby Braxton Elizabeth Carper RnsA Pascall Clara rNnEKwooi) Rlth Kimball Elizabeth Folk Rosebud Kimball Graham Rowland Nannie Graham Susie Elder Irma Moricle Margaret Bruton WiNNONA Morris Edna Wright Grace Stout Evangeline Carr Sara Louise Sadler Ollie Burgess Edna Tyson Louise Springs Fine Arts Class Miss Lila Newman Inslruflor SlEMOLL Al.CON Rlbv Hraxios ' Graham Rowlano Placvde Thompson- EsTELLE Williams Wautelle Lambeth Julia Clem Fern Lashley J. P. McNeill Levi Wilkins Music Department Faculty C. James Velie Director of Musk Miss Florence Fisher Piano and I ' oice Mrs. C. James Velie Piano an, I I ' oia- E. F. Rhodes Hand Inslnimcnls Students Marv Veazev Velma Smith A. W. Laxton Sara Virginia Hook Irma Morici.e T. R. Benton Lara Bennett Pauline Little James Walton Nancv Caudell Louis McAdams Gardner Underhill Mary Nell Jay Frances Chandler Elizabeth Barney David Harrell Mabel Alexander Leonard Doster Margaret Moffiit Mary Wilson Maydelle Lamveth Lucy Boone Idell Jones E. F. Rhodes Merlene Dunlap Edith Lockey Virginia Jay Domestic Art Class Miss Sue Rain ' e Instructor Mildred Ari.kdge Mrrlene Dunlap Grace Stout Virginia Brown MVDE Newsome F.ur.ENiA GRunii M RA Perry Edna Wright I.II.I.IAN t ' NDERWOOD l.UtV lORDAN Rosebud Kimrai.i. Christene Wicker Rachel Johnsom Lucv Dick Bertha Little Mabel Jenkins Domestic Science Class Miss Sue Raine Inslruclor Margaret Bruton Frances Dark Clara Underwood Mabel Jenkins Myde Newsome Myrtle Isley Virginia Brown Bertha Lipile Pauline Little Co mmercia 1 CL Miss Makcakki Lavvrenck InsliUili r Rlth Stevens Mary Ravvls Jones Margaret Reitzel Llx ' V Jordan Aire (Jkai Marie Ward Marion Nai.i.r CjEneva Way Lelia Peed Irene DeLance ' Alberto Rodriclez HoYT Stone Mari (Jrav Certmcate and Diploma Students David B. Harrei.i Diploma in Piano Mabel Alexander Dijiloma in Piano Fern- Lashley Ccrlificate in Expression J. B. Utlev Crrlificair T. S. Crutchfield dr ificalf J. ' . Wo.viBLE Cirlificati- n Clirmislry n Clumislry n Clirmislry Ayyfjujgt w omen " Soincivhirc she units In iiidkc you ' iiin. Your soul in litr firm ii. hiti hiimh — Soriiflihrrr tin ijoils luivi iiiiuli for you Tilt I ' oiiKUi iilio uiiili rst ' i iils. I his M thr story of (iijrs — I his is th( lioiii m ' s ii iy — If iscr thrill sicrs or S{i cs, Liftlmj us day by i iiy — Fining nil thiii ' js uith n tourntjc NnthiiKj ( " n ilnunt or iliiir Trearliruj life ' s path uhcriver it lends — Lined uith floivers or eh ' iked uith needs — But ever uith him — uith him. dunrdinn. (omrnde. niid i oldcn sf iir. I he men uho uui are ht lf i d Ay " ' ' . Somt uhi re she units, stroii ' j in Inluf. Your soul in her strnnij nhite h(ind : Tluink well the ijods uhen she tomes to you. The uomtiii uho unilt rstniuls. Miss Maic Skji t, " l ' lii . iili " Sfions Miss Frances Turner, Mnrnnn and Gold Sponsor S Miss Nora Lane, Fuoihuil S Miss KosI.HI U Ki MH mi.. Hush llmll Sponsar Mrs. a. F. Fowler, jr., 11, n, hull S ' omo, Miss Ai.h e Fori m. , Sininr (ihtis SJ " iii ' ji Miss ( )i)i,ss. Craddock, Junior Class Sfio isoi Miss ' i;roii; Plin.l.ii ' s, Sophumdrc (Jlass Sfionsor .Miss Lniia Va nWKs, l-Ksliiiinn ( hiss S[ (ius(ir Junior Class F.woRiTiis mt -i-irw « SOPHOMUKI C ' l. ss I " WoKI I ( s Q " %) sS CLARA 5HARPE I- HI sil | C I ss I ' w ORITES OET ' II II (II I h;i w I I I I R K sDii I M PKilologian Roster D. P. Barrett P. S. Baynes W. T. Beatt C. M. FUERTES E. M. Chandler J. C. Clark Ralph Coccixs A. P. Lewis T. E. LowRY S. E. Maurex J. P. McNeill R. N. Moses M. A. Nethery Cecil Cox B. F. DeLoach A. A. DOFFLEMYER C. C. Dollar V. H. Duncan- H. T. Efird Joe French J. S. Fowler K. B. Hook P. G. Hook G. S. Hunt C. V. KiPKA E. G. Kntcht W. P. Lawrence D. A. Northcl " IT L. V. Register E. F. Rhodes J. D. Shaw D. V. Shepherd H. S. Shepherd R. E. Sims C. LL Slaughter M. T. SORRELL C. P. Thompson ' J. W. Van Hook (;. H. Veazey G. P. ' ickers J. R. Walker P. ( ' . Walker .[. E. Waits W. A. Wesion ' L. C. Williams Aytch York PHILOLOGIAX EXTERTAIXERS .56 Annual Extf.rtaixmkxt OF THE Pkilologian Literary Society VHITI.i:- ' Al niTORIL .M, El-ON CoLI.FGE, N. C. November 24, 1927, S :(io P. M. PROGRAMME II ' iIkhiii Aililriis I). Win Shi:i ' arii )„, J. p. MlNi ILL, C. C. I).)I.1.AR ?ra «( .- " The Lost Word, " v " " v ■ ' (« ).)• •(■ . . . P. G. Hook Cornel Soln E. F. RHODES ?frt «v- " Bi ' Careful, Si " j. R. Walker Quartet . }. P. McNeill, C. C. Dollar, Joe French, F. F. Rhodes Sketch E. M. Chandler, E. F. Knight, M. A. Netherv, C. P. Thompson, J. E. Watts Oration — Superstition and Ghosts J- Pal L McNeill Entertainment Committee C. W. KiPKA, C iairman T. E. LowERY L. W. Register J. D. Shaw Dan Northcut A. A. Dofflemver G. S. Hunt H. F. nii.nACH, Jr. I " C. Williams ALarshals Cecil Cox, C iirf D. P. Barrett G. H. Veazey James S. Fowler T. E. Lowery O f h o CLIO LITERARY SOCIETY 158 Clio Rostei E. II. AtiKiL T. D. EuRR F. 11. Al.E.XANDER DARDEN El ' RE H. L. Barxev D. M. Elder T. R. Bemon- C. C. Foushee Robert Bovd D. B. Harrei.l R. E. BRii-rLE Percy Hudson M. W. Carrow Wvatt Higiismitii Leo Colclough R. H. Jojinson R. G. Davis B. D. Jones O. W. Oeaton .a. W. I.axton F. N. Parker Paul Rakestraw F. A. Rawls G. E. Ring II. G. Robertson .Alberto Rodriguez Howard Smith C. J. Thomas G. D. Underhill James Walton Wesley Williams R. C. Wightman CLIO ENTERTAINERS Annital Entf.rtaixmf.xt OF THE Clio Literary Society WuiTLEY Al DITORIIM, El-OX CoLLEGIi, N. C. February 22, 1928, 8 :(Xi P. M. PROGRAMME " Clin Sniio " Ensemble Jl ' iliiilin- .hldrcss PeRCV HuOSON " Fis ivi- M irrh " Rogers David ]i. H.xrrei.i, at tlu- nrfian Oration — The Little Hoy Who Never Told a Lie Clyde C. I ' oishee Quartette — " In the Candle-Light " Brown H. L. B.ARXEY, A. W. L.AXTox, T. D. KiRi; and 11. G. Robertson Rending— T s Lost Chord Nash P.arker Oration — The Star of Peace Ralph H. Johnson Duet — The Little Red Schoolhouse T. D. El RE and D. j. EuRE Rnidinf — The Arena Scene from " Quo Vadis? " By Ilenryi- Sienl-ieiciez H. (lEORGE Robertson Quartette — " Outdoor Life " Miyer H. L. Barney, A. W. La.xtox, T. 1). Eire and 11. C. Rohert.son Alumni Address E. E. Mmuck Entertainment Committee H. Crorcf RoRKRisnv RoMiE Davis F. H. .Ai.examifk IVLarshals M. W. Carrow, C iirf Dri.ns F.i.DER Damei. ISoone G. n. I ' SDERIMM. ROBERE BOVI) I ' s-i RAMON l.lIl:R. K SUCH r Annual Entertainment OF THE Psykaleon Literary Society WhITLRV Al DITdRIlM, El.ON CoLLEGE, N. C. .[aiUKiry iiS, igiS, S:(K) P. M. PROGRAMME Jt ' elcnme Ruth Kimball Rivifiu of I. ill- iiihl ll ' hrks of Jamn Olivrr Citrii-ooJ Mabel Alexander .• Life ' s Story Sophia Powell, Mary Frances Martis-, Jimmy White, Sara Virginia Hook, Ruth RiSTON, Wautel Lambeth, Mildred McPherson, Alma Kimball, Johnnie Sharpe, Idell Jones, Rosebud Kimball, Rachaei. Johnsion, Oi.a Pitchford, ' ei.ma Smiih. Ciirri ' til Eirnts Johnnie Sharpe Original Slory Virginia Harden Essay — " Groivlli " Charlotte Roberts Songs of llir Srasons: " The Herald " f Spring " StafFonl Mabel Alexander, Rlth Rlston, Mar ' i Cox, Clara ( " nderwood ■■Bright Slimmer " ' iii(ent Mary Wilson, Chari.oite Roberis, Moyd Fite, Irma Morricle " Hurrah for Autumn " Jones Idell Jones, Lh.y Thompson, Ruth Siephens, Elizabeih Carper. " Jolly Winter " iTuent Frances Turner, Velma Smith, Margaret MoFFiri, Alma Rountree R,a,vnii—-llals of Olltcr Days " Hannah Newman I ' syhil.on Song Wonls written liv RiTii RrsiON Society Program Committi-i; 9 Susie Elder, ( ' luiinnan Rosebud Kimbali. Frances Turner Marshals Elizabeth CJreen, Cliirf Ruth Alexander Eugenia Grubb Ruth Purser Clarice Gunv 163 I ' SII ' HELIAN l,nlR l•t scilll l 164 Psiplielian Roster Slemoll Alcox Edith Clark Mildred Arledge Mary Dix Ella Atkins Merline Dlnlap Ruby Braxton- Alma Fauceite Lois Calhoun Rachael Fonville Evangeline Carr Lillian Foust Ella Keyser Margaret Linebercer Mary Linebercer Bertha Little Pauline Little Norma Matlock Nannie Graham MvRiLE Holt Annie June Hornaday Christine Hornaday Myrtle Isley Minnie Johnston Mabel Michael Martha Nethery Velma O ' Connell Rosa Paschall Lelia Peed Myra Perry Caroline Powell Birdie Rowland Graham Rowland Sarah Sadler Eva Sikes Gladys Spoon Louise Springs Jewell Truitf Gladys White Nellie White J 65 Annual Entertainment Psipnelian Literary Society VniTLl-: - AlDITORIL ' AI, Kl.OX CoLI-nGR, N. C. Saturday, April 7, 192H pr()(;rammf. Il ' iliomr Iddiiss . Mn.uKED Johnson Essay MiLDRED Arledce I ' odil Solo Ella Keysek Ri-adinij Merline Dunlap Piano Duct Bertha LrrrEL Prcsidinls of Comiiuj Elit ion Martha Nkiherv, Jewell Trlttt Pantomime — Comma Thru the Rye (jLAD-is WiilTE, Mary Dlx Annie Laurie Pauline Lhtle My Bonnie Rachel Fonvh.le riolin Solo Nellie Whiie Inter frelation of Easter Minnie Johnston Marshals Mabel Alexander Ruby Braxton Norma Matlock ■ Gladys Spoon Velma O ' Connell Program Committee Caroline Powell, Cliairman Birdie Rowland Myrile Isley Eiiiloniil Still] Paii. G. HnoK. ' 28 . . . Edilor-in-Chtrj C. W. Kii-KA, ' 29 . . . MaiuK in, lulilur c;. n. ( ' oi.cr.oLc;!!, ' 26 Ilumiii l-.Jilni Hiniiuss St iff C;. E. Ring, ' 29 ... . liusinrss Maiun rr . V. I.avvrkmk, Jr., ' 29 . .1 .tvnlisitui M n. V. B. Sav akr, ' 29 . . .(.( . Iliisinrss Miiiiiu ii II. F.. Smki ' mhrd, ' 29 . . .Issl. .IJv. Maiuujir (, ' ii ( ii iifi ' tn Stiilf ( ' . I ' . I ' lio.vipsiis, ' 29. Manaijir Jewki.l Trliit, ' 29 (i. F. Woviiii.h, ' 29 Cixil, Co.v, ' 29 T. 15. Broux, ' 29 Reporters ' CJuh Fras ' cks Turnkr, ' 2S, I ' risictiiil Esther Brookshire, ' 2S H. T. Ei ird, ' 29 David Siiki-mRi), ' 29 Maurice Carrow, ' 31 R. G. Davis, ' 29 Howard Smiih, ' 31 Marcaret Mofeit, ' 28 K. B. Hook, ' 31 J. W. Barvev. Fatuity .hivisor 167 Intercollegiate Debate Ki.ox vs. GriLKORi) Qlkrv: Resolvtii, That the United States should cease to protect by military force capital invested in foreign countries except after a formal declaration of war. Affirmative at Elox H. G. RoDRRTsoN R. N. Moses Negative at Gi ilford Clvde Foushee D. V. Shepherd 1 69 Mini steriaJ Lssociation (JlIICHRS C. C. FousHEE PnsiJinI R. N. Moses I ' in-PnsiJinl Danihi. BonvE Srailary-Ti lasm rr I If.mbi:rs c;. H. Veazev Paul Kinnev S. B. Wilson C. C. Dollar Joe French Albert Weston G. D. Underhill Prof. S. A. Bexneii S. C. Hunt UeNRV lllLLLARI) F.uoLiN Brady C. C. FouSHEE A. A. DoriLEMVER Ok. W. S. Alexander I.EE Ingle R. N. Moses P. B. Rakestraw Ralph Johnson ffTM Religious Activities Organization ( ' AUrillM li. I ' llUI I.I, I ' nsiJrril J. P. McNf.11,1. I ' icc-I ' residrnl CrRAIIAM Rnui.wi) Knii KiMiiAi.i. Trrasuin- Young Women s Cnnstian Association Susie Elder Prrsident Jewell Truitt Vice-President Nannie (Jramam Secrrtary Alma Kimball Treasurer Young Men ' s Christian Association F. II. Ai.KXwniR I ' rrsUntl V). . Sll l ' ll K riir-l ' ifsi.lrnl T. D. EuRE Sccrclary-Triasurrr Cnristian Endeavor Omcers Nannie C;k. h. m I ' r.siJi III D. N Long Newman I ' ia-I ' rfs ' ulcnl EuGtNi: Waits Secretary I7S Student Senate E. W. McCaui.fv I ' nsiJrnt R. K. Ukutik ri(,--l ' r,siA,iil II. G. ROBKRTSON- ... SiircUiry D. W. Shepherd . Treasurer P. S. B.AVNts P. G. KiNXEV J. B. rxi.EY S. F. Jackson C. J. Thomas W. L. Register 176 Student Council Rosnii II KiMP.AiJ Prcsiilint Al.MA Roi MRKK Si-crrlary Runv Uraxtov Tnasunr Elizabeth Gref.nr Vei.ma Smith Marion Nalle Marcarki Mourn V ' vzei.le Densos 177 Pan-Hellenic Council C. W. KiPKA, Prrstdenl Iota Tau Kappa P. G. Hook, Via-Prcsidenl . Alpha Pi Delta Frances Turner, Snrdary Beta Omicron Beta Mabel Michael Pi Knppa Tau Eugene Watts Kappa Psi Nu Hannah Newman Delta Upsilon Kappa Nannie Graham Tan Zeta Phi 178 Kappa Psi Nu E. H. Abell D. P. Barretf, Jr. C. J. Crutchfieli) T. S. Crutchfield L. C. DOSTER Brothers in Cdi.i.ege T. M. Green J. P. McNeii.i. T. B. HaMRICK n. D. NORTIICLIT n. B, Harrei.i. E. F. Rhodes W. P. Lawekence, Jr. H. G. RonERTSON J. n. Lee, Jr. C. P. Thompson C. M. Cannon- S. H. Abell H. C. Amick E. W. AUMAN F. D. Ballard J. T. Banks J. D. Barber A. L. Brinklev R. D. Clements A. L. Combs A. H. Uofflemever J. N. Denton L. B. EZELL B. W. Everette W. M. Karris J. M. Farmer HOXORARV MnMliHRS C. J. Velie E. W. V ' ickers Broth HRS in F.aclltv George D. Coi.ci.ough R. H. Gunn l ROTH I ' Rs OiT or College J. W. Fi.v J. L. Floyd W. M. Garrison C. W. Gordon J I). GORRELL r E. Manner I. O. Mauser C. W. MooK F. H. Hunter L. I. Ingle (Dit L. F. Johnson O. C. Johnson W. B. Lambeth W. A. LiNDLEV P. E. LiNDLEV M. H. M. LvNCH J. L. Lynch S. M. Lynam W. E. Moon K. R. MacCai.man R. F. Morton J. C. McAuAMS G. C. Mann C. E. Newman I J. B. Newman M. L. Patrick M. Z. Rhodes H. R. Richardson E. M. Rainey R. S. Rainey O. Wyrick -Ik. J. B. Utley J. R. Walker J. E. Wa ' its i. F. Womble J. ' . Womble M. W. Hook P. n. Rudd n. O. Saunders H. L. Scon W. T. ScoiT H. G. Self L. R. Sides W. B. Terrell R. W. Utley C. L. Walker J. A. Walker L. V. Watson E. C. White G. C. White M. J. W. White, Jr. M. G. Wicker KAI ' l ' A I ' SI XL " Iota Tau Kappa H. A. ]5ranner Howard Briccs C. V. Bkiccs, Jr. Fred Cadrkll M. V. Carrow Ralph Coggins H. T. Efird Darden Eure Brothers in Cullegk T. D. Eure A. F. Fowler, Jr. T. A. Fowler B. D. Jones Dace W. Jones C. W. KiPKA E. E. KiPKA E. W. McCauley D. L. Newman E. R. Ray G. E. Ring R. E. Sims C. H. Slaughter C. J. Thomas J. W. Van Hook P. C. Walker R. C. Wrichtman, HOXORARV Ml ' MRERS Dr. N. F. Brannock Prof. J. V. Barney Prof. A. L. Hook Prof. R. B. 1 ' ower Dr. V. A. Harper F. J. Allston T. H. Andrews W. J. Apple J. R. Barker C. V. BOLK R. B. Byrd Conrad Donnell W. C. Elder J. M. Fix, Jr. E. H. Gilliam Brothers Oi t of College L. J. HiATT R. L. Hill A. L. Holt D. W. Jones G. D. Kelly G. A. KiRKLAND J. C. Latham Johnnie Lankford E. P. McLeod E. L. Parkerson J. A. Parks K. V ' . Paiton J. P. Rogers C. E. Sides E. E. Snotherlv M. c;. Stanley A. J. Strum, Jr. N. V. Raub G. L. Williams W. L. WOODIE W. W. Woodie 11)1 A I Al K Xl ' I ' A 183 Alpka Pi Delta Broth KRS in College Frank H. Alexander Paul G. Hook James B. Brown RoMiE G. Davis Ritchie E. Brittle David Shepherd Hurley Shepherd Ollie Deaton Clyde Foushee Aytch York Carl Dollar Allen W. Laxton Dewey Mast Guy Alexander Twtman G. Andrews Edward Isley W. R. Maxwell Percy Hudson Kenneth Hook Honorary Members Prof. T. E. Powell Brothers Out of College D. York Brannock H. E. Crutchfield Ferry L. Gibbs B. L. Green J. M. Green T. V. HuEV J. F. Qualls E. M. Qualls M. M. Johnson W. L. McLeod R. M. Hook Luther Browder A. B. Johnson L ' iMOND Ancel M. A. McLeod 184 -i- -ht Ai.ni I ' l niM. 185 Delta Upsilon Kappa Julia Clem Alma Kimball Rlth Kimball RosEBLD Kimball Hannah Nevvmax Wautell Lambeth Sisters ix College Fern Laslev Ann Rawls Alma Rountree Birdie Rowland Graham Rowland Alleen May Lois McAdams Clara Sharpe Placvde Thompson Clara Underwood Christine Wicker Belle Wicker Margaret Moffitt HoxoRARv Members LiLA Newman Pali.ine Shoope Caiherine Bei.lis Ruby Atkinson Mary Lee Williams Clarence Lincoln Mrs. Mark McAdams Margaret Rowland Lillian Harrell Olyn Barrett- Mary Lee Foster Louise Watkins Mrs. E. R. Lane Adelia Jones Gwendolyn Patton Anna Phillips Emma Morgan Alberta Atkinson Ida WiLKiNS Minnie Atkinson Gladys Peace Mrs. L. D. Martin Sisters Out of College Pearl Teter Mrs. Smith Robertson Mrs. P. C. Middleton Mrs. Mills Riddick Mrs. Geo. Parkereon Dei.oris Morrow Mary Nelle Holland Mrs. Paul Fulton Mrs. Robt. Etheredge Janice Fulghax Louise Cook Essie Mae Truitt Freda Di.m.mick Hazel Rosemond Mrs. Lonnie Sides Mrs. LeGette Blythe Mrs. Mills Green Mrs. Lykam Wilkin? Mrs. G. D. Underwood Irene Goff Mrs. P. D. Rudd Mrs. J. E. Whitesell Eunice Morrow Clara Tuck DORTHY SlIORTERlDGE Mrs. J. B. Gay, Jr. Mrs. E. p. McLeoo Tom Strader Florence Whitelock Mrs. Jack Edwards Mrs. L. J. Bray Mrs. H. Clay Ross Mrs. W. S. Person Lalah Durha.m Anne Curtis Mrs. Herbert Scholtz Kathleen Parks Anita Parks DELTA LPSILOK KAPPA Beta Omicron Beta Alberta Roberts Virginia Brown Marv Brannock EsTELLE Kelly Sisters ix College CSrace Stout Nellie White Virginia Harden KiTTi- Johnson Edna Stout Marjorie Moore Ruth Alexander Frances Sterrett Frances Turner Honorary IVIemhers Miss Florence Fisher Mrs. W. A. Harper Margaret J. Ballentixe Victoria Adams DoRTHv Belvin Mrs. H. W. Barber Mrs. Maurice Bricgs Effie Bowden Thelma Burton Mrs. C. M. Cannon Mrs. L. M. Cannon Pattie Coghill Dell a Cotton Essie Cotton Grace Crockett Ruth Crawford SisTER.s OiT OF College Bessie Dale Mrs. Robert Ernst Wilson Gatewood Mrs. H. S. Hardcastle Mrs. Marvin Holt Elsie Jones Maude Hendrick Mary Graham Lawrence Mrs. T. E. Powell Pearl Reynolds Eunice Rich Annie Simpson Gladys Simpson Novvie Smith Callie Spruill Gladys Spruill Jeaneite Stout Mary Hall Stryker Margaret Terry Mrs. Dennis Tuttle Sue Ella Watts Kate Wheeler Marguerite Youmans Mary Addie White Mary Stout Wiley Stout Helen Rhodes BETA u liu;n BETA 189 Tau Zeta Pki Mildred Alredce Lucv Dick Mary Dix Nannie Graham Annie June Hornaday Sisters in College Christine Horkaday Myrtle Isley Bertha Little Margaret Linberger Ruth Morton Mildred McPiiereon Eva Parker Caroline Powell Gladys Spoon Mary Wilson Gladys White Honorary Members Mrs. Frances J. Ring Mrs. C. James ' elie Sisters Olt of Nannie Ald ridce Lucy Austin Mrs. Lane Atkinson Marjorie Burton Judith Black LuciLE Cardwell Ann Coleman Ola King Cowing Mrs. J. H. Dollar Sarah Deaton Fannie Glenn Elder Annie Lee Floyd Mrs. H. G. Floyd Mrs. M. W. Hook College Mrs. H. O. Horne Mrs. Otis King Ruth Lyerly Mamie Moore Beulah Morton Elizabeth McColi.um Mrs. G. G. Miller Bessie Martin Margaret Neblett Nell Orr Ruby Rowland Mirtle Vickers Madge Woods Gladys Yates mT l t ' HQ TAU ZLI I ' ll Pi K appa 1 au Mabel Alexander Lois Adamson Clarice Albright Esther Brookshire SisTiiRs IN College Florence Brown Lucy Boone Madge Green Mary Hoxne Mahel Holt Margaret Lawrence Louise McPherson Mabel Michael Grace Wright Hnx()RAR Members Miss Hattie Brown Miss Emily Johnston Miss Ollie Stadler Sisters Out of College Hazel Alman Lyde Bingham TiNSLEY Bryant Mrs. Grady Brown Clarice Carpenter Mrs. Claud Cheek Mrs. Hazel Cook Annie Carter Mildred Dozier Nannie Sue Dunn Mrs. Lacy Hooper Louise Homewood Jewel Hughes Pattie Hurley Sallie Kate Ingram Annie Mae Lackey Lizzie Lawrence Marie Nobles Lucy McCarco Sallie Mae Oliver Mary Price Sara Price Verdie Phillips Tora Rudd Lena Russell Elsie Teague Ruth Von Cannon Bess Walker Alice Weber Mrs. E. Walker Lillian Walker Thyra Wright Julia Yarbrouch PI KAPPA TAU Yankee Club Officers Frances Sterrett ■ Piisidcni Maurice Carkow I ' lu-I ' iistilnit Marv Wilson- Siiriidty-Tirasuin- M EMBERS Marjorie Moore Marv Wilson Frances Sterrett Ruth Ruston S. A. Bennett Gardner IIn ' deriiill Maurice Carrow W. S. Alexander Katherene Johnson Allen Branner Georgia-Alabama Club Officers Zaciiarv Tavlor Walker • I ' rrsulinl KtjwLAXD Smith I ' ui-l ' risLlnil Lois Adamsok Sicrdary-Tiinsiirir Memufrs K. H. Abeli. SrsiK Ei.dkr C. C. Dollar Rowiand Smitji Lois Cai.holx Zac Walker Stai.ev Hint G. H. Veazv Joe French Virginia Club Officers P. G. HnoK ' " An-nr Rawi.s • I ' icf-Prisiditil Julia Clem Sfcnlary-Treasunr Membfrs himon rountree a. a. dofflemver Mary Rawls Jones Charlotte Roberts Julia Clem Alberta Roberts Paul Hook Anna Laura Holland Alma Rountree Dorothy Williams Anna Rawls E. F. 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