Fermata School - Spur Yearbook (Aiken, SC)

 - Class of 1941

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I 'I A -5 - JY- 'J 51 ,J!n,,,, , 1 " f' ,Z -61 L 1 H is : Q is 4 'mu' wb e ig L 4 - 5 'Y v V' A -L, 5 1 :- f. x .3 ,g G -"y , I.. 4 . 1 A . 5"- . 'if ia, I ' ' -1" g wa -- . . 14 ,E , . G . 1 N w ' 41 1. 4 XE.. ' a?v -1 N -- 4415! -1 ' 5,1 an Q . M ,.V , -A -1 ' -:WAR Tn Q54 575. 5331? JY ' . y -. R ,4 ..,.. 5.', A 1- 4 6. 2?- s i n ., n.. .... A 5 ' Q' :Y ig.-S! PL ?' - .-I--J x, ., 'ff' QWHBNMDHRQW "Launched but not Anchoredn as :ii . 3.nS95'X SQAOLQO F-J aww 'X g-3.3-L hi, Op OWL , g A ? Laws vfxagmg A NM? WNAG-1-"" 5? Q. WLUD xb Qpwz HELEN FOLEY ANDERSON ENTERED: 1939 fXNDY-l'Cd-I'fIlll1lUdfj1llSSC?S-fflllfd .saddle shoes-felling about Tucson-class 111other-soliritilzg-simmclzly Middle Iflfcsf-Be11dc21 cquipnzevzt. Member of the Gray Team. Glee Club, 1939, '10, 411. Spur Board Business Manager, 1940, '41, Tennis Varsity, 1941. lk +1-1 9 QQBCELQ 'N QM i Cm iv WM Qi 1 ESQ emma A Lyra Nerve. ai Iranian A gr, Xi X , iifyci-Vi Q-""'x 9 f.iY,k:xE2VSN A 7 New QB- LEILA CHADBOURNE ENTERED: 1937 LEILA-"That flfllyt the way I heard fit."'-plzotogmzic fJiCli1H'C?S-Sllbflb'-7l'lIItC1li7'Zg wits w1't'lL the Q-nice Kids-boogie wo0gz'ev'ec01'd.s'. Senior Class President. Member of the Gray Team. Riding Club 1940, '41, Aiken Drag, 1940, '41. Tennis Varsity, 1939, 510, '11 CCaptainj. Hockey Varsity, 1940. the f71tIlIZ'llfl.0Il-g0fllg h0lIlC-Sflllldlillg up for the New Deal. ,355,,""" iw' H.. U f LOUISE IOCELY N CLARK ENTERED: 1937 5 'Quai -" Z ww NIKE .fd-ff C323 MMV MNVVQD My ' N v LOUISEld0QI0'UCI'-HIZCI' bl'OZi11C'l'S'U-HIC' fllxillt' dope-delmting New England vs. Member of the Gray Team. Riding Club, 1939, '40, '41, Aiken Drag, 1939, '40, '41, OV SX,dl9QL'C 0 ,, l14CflfQuKV0Ml we gawk? BARBARA DAHN . ENTERED: 1938 Boisisv-Effivicnry-"Colne on. Lvflv yr! if owl' Tllliflln--SlLl't1fQ1lf' lzair-cooking 011 flu' !'lIlI-ffl?-I1I.YftllIll Cojfvv-Ci-ziil Libcrlivx. Member of the Green Team. Editor of The Sffzrr, 19-10, '41, Spur Board Business Manager 1930, '-10. Dramatic Club, 1941. Glce Club, l939, 210. Class President, 1938, ,39. Hockey Varsity. 1039, '40, Baslcetball Varsity, 1030, '40, 511. Tennis Varsity, 1041. A Y, Y I -Y -f-f--efvfvrwfs' 1 I ,al W H 5- , 549 ' H f.i,ggeL I ,. ,, 27 , , 1 an if, ' D X my J fy li Z Q J ,Q 1 9 'Him ,wif , A f ifqjg H X JG' .J aaae aw- i '. n mu, 15,319 wi la. 7 , Qu mum wry, , .2 JOAN DEIRDRE DEMPSEY ENTERED: 1937 JOAN-gfiffiilg in flzc last word-W'lzip-Ilzfowfnzcitio-iz. Please-cousins by the dozzens-511ortlza11d-e.rpIcz11atiolzs-cwccizftizfc abil-ity-widows peak. Member of the Green Team. President of the Riding Club, 1939, '40, '41. Secretary-Treasurer of the Dramatic Club, 1939, '40, '41. Aiken Drag, 1940, '41, ' Wfhip of Aiken Drag, 1941. Hockey Varsity, 1940. Swimming Varsity, 1939, '40, '41. My Xmp, age-.mxnng in Wm Q,-wax., Yu 0. ML QQXMLLX yy.fcnA 053.51 .f- Q Dm 23? fhw K - UV' 3 HELEN SIDNEY DIXON ENTERED: 1939 Sm-Frzzil for flu' fifjllITAAVIllfffllfj-fill!f'fI.Yffl' ffzzyvlvlfzfix-1'01Ii11.ff 011 1110 flow ffl'1-ffl'.l'--flISfflfilII!A'11t'A'.S'-AAH'L'H, my dmr.v." Member of the Crea-11 Team. liasketball Vzlrsity. 1940. files: Club, 151351, '40, 41. Tennis VE1I'Sitj", ISI-HD, '-ll. Hockey Varsity, 1939, '40, Swimming Varsity. 15141. 3 .1 fm. 3 1,1 5. .p r. i 5 ,gm 1, , X.,. -f A :W -'fl gl .aaa-,.f is 4' lj MU' fl i - 1 WINIFRED IEANNE HART ENTERED: 1938 tae Mm time ...q- llgli me IQIICI-U71,6.1'f7CCfGd 'Z'l5lf0l'S-'Z'llCCL7l'l'7 glances-w1'iti1zg to G1'fl1lli71'1Cl-711681111635-1 .mj1erstiti01i1s-tcrlepliowzc calls and specials-Dartmoutlz-College Boards. Gray Team Captain, 19110, 511. President of Dramatic Club, 1910, 511. Glee Club, 1939, '40, W11. Spur Board, 1940, '-11. Tennis Varsity, 1939, '40, '41, Hockey Varsity, 1938, '39, '40, Swimming Varsity, 1939, '40, '41, Basketball Varsity, 1939, '40, '41, L96-H-f'0f-f 70-4' - 'uiff' A .4 1 - Hawk, A ZMQ.f - ZH. CM wM abc Q ' ,.A' M 041.41 fum w.f.5wW wx A' A ' s 1-fewr-1 4- - rfb Cami Wm eff ' 5f"f"' 1 Hwvfcfw'-'f4f 1 .Q -LL..,w-IJ. ,-6-k Y If 240-dr: -1 fW,,..1.,, JZ' - + fffwd-FC' bmw. .,3U-2441 ' ffibifif' Etldgp f ALEL alfa CARLQ1 IA POTHLR IACKSON JL:-L I K! I I 5 ytric: ENTERED: 1939 V EJ, fl CARLIE-flfllf scrapbook-jvozzxriug ozfar flzc l1l"'ZU.Yf7CIf7CI'1l'0Sj' C0711-f71C.1'i0II-Ollfjd gf- Board-good Installer. lfr,3'3"AD'DL FV ZZ7 Member of the Green Team. IMA Glee Club, 1939, '40, 311. if Y ' 4 , in Q ' ,Q Hockey Varsity, 1939, 'eL0. Swimming Varsity, 1940. 114,33 ' Basketballagfarsity, 1941. . fl 5 evo iz "' -: '- I -1' ,V , fvngpiw-'9aL iiifwf wi-'U' elwfwl if X f . i I, V' , H i f 0 R v. ff! -, N5 will ,JJ-L. ll 1' 510.41 J2'i.:9"1ff:- fffbg ,fe-vfiaffc as REL 452126. M,.f4d'jQL,4L ,. . . -,wgvdsgl ' 'Q ' 1 ,311 Mx, CDDFZWUJ 1 WY We 1, 1 H me MJQQLVLE 05 QM 15 Ole Wfwmf 12,15 Lu KATHLEEN COSTELLO MQLAUGHLIN ENTERED: 1938 1133 L 221 g 1 QM QDS31-5? will Qwfif Q05 QDMQUQAPQ 1 if KAY-sleek Znzngx and Z7U1IlitIHlIllS1StIffl'0lI SI!III11ll'll1C'fIfflIglf71l1I.d c0af-i111pcr- so11c11'1'011x-jvroplzccics. Member of the Green Team. Spur Board, 11110, '41. Dramatic Club, 1911. Glee Club, 1938, '39, '40, '11, Hockey Varsity, 1940. X 1 Gian wig'-f' MMV Lmslpi C-,i2lfl,u'7, M wi ,M in ii i u UT wi md flkcii li ii fri J' UW.. 'Y Hi, 'ifiviii , .ff 'LXOG E MSX" .f ANNE CHILDS SI-IAFFER ENTERED: 1938 Si1A1f1fY ol: ANNIE-"H0raiin af ffm Bridge''-rm'01'd.s'-fuwfty lmir-class bali lucky IPCCII-g0!f-501tII'I.llIll SIIIIITIIVII, Member of thc Green Team. Glee Club, 1938, WSH, '40, '-Ll. Swimming Varsify, 1940. Tennis Varsity, 1941. .f -if-L '- .Fi -v e :- VIRGINIA cVAUTREY SIIUTTS ENTERED: 1910 -IINNY1'ZUllI'.Yf-'ZL'I'I'fillfj Ivtfvrs-,Al.lfV.O.L. rua11dvriugs-blm'-rimmud spcfs-Old .gflllfll-"HItfI17"-IKHIIIllIH1.WI'ZUllillg. Member of the Green Team. Aiken Drag, 1941. Glee Club, 1910, 511. 'QI M911 2 Qqwjk Clfrx , ' IJ I ,91-fjfgqce If' X ?,R,lQ5QS5Ns'Qim 'L' 1 W W ' . H- i 5 N me 'ffmlx T?" if Em, Lima rn 'U N F M 'Kfalfqxpafiis "' 5 r EW-43 W5Ig,'vf1S+9F1 Wi -- T h lxx' ' X 12- X Lf'u'wxV1U 5r3Vf1+6W MM, rlieyfktwsw JDE. 1'-X CD 53 h l V ri Elixir. LQ svn! NT' Y. g li? I df1wfi2,mmK' 1 WGS maiv-SA lrfmrjkffixisfwxi md QQQ rs Kim K our ahh wmv? Q QN,ff-UCWW x3xIQnJ,,H."' gf fbff 9- W. N T ' -F. , J f .N N 2 'W 'M RPL 1,1 If! WTP V w 'L H G " T 525' K.E1s,.Ag,kii 1,1"'Q51g"'R2L Sf J' 1-M P NANCY ANNE WELLS L M W xy 5. U '1 af YE 1- QF' ' K H , lj J A 'fr,3.9l fgvj U3 ENTERED: 1940 la , :gi fJ.VQ,!31pl -" E1-f u L-J N fi if 'J" K 'rg wk " I NANCY-kCZQ!f7iC doll-night life-Noe! Coward-lzay fcvci'-dieiilzg-firallzcz 'Q ax Mtv. 'flask the RiPP0l',,-Killg"S Englislz.. V M., RL-ij !Lf?5:,-H-A' , 4 ix my 1 ph An ni Member of the Green Team. frm A w L.-fi' H 'J in TW J - Dramatic Club, 1941. 6 ' Th Glee Club, 1940, 41. WM, q'k k' 3' 'Qh'A'Q:9'f5,Hockey Varsity Qsubj 1940. W , 1 4 w- ' ' Q' .,V s ,H ,nxl N V -,I Hr- .V '! "-.1 'T ,' ,- 5,.-! x..-f' 1.4 ,IA-' N 4 4 U 4 w w W 4 w Q A ,gk 2 H Seam Glwu Pwphwff ...-.qol T was nice lying on the warm grass, looking up at the sky and just reminiscing and wondering. As the big white clouds wafted continuously on, I lost touch with reality and found in their shapes the answer to my thoughts. The Seniors of 1941 passed by as they were now and ........ There was "Annex proudly sitting behind the wheel of a shiny, black Cadillac, which had her beloved red leather seats and white wall tires. Next to her was a little Jones Terrier and there was no doubt about it-she was really heading for California this time. Soon "Nano " came into view and she was wanderin throu h an art al- S g 8 lery in Greenwich Village with her husband, who was very Bohemian, with whom she had just recently eloped. Even from my position I could hear her gently humming a song from "Bittersweet". And there was "Kay,' contentedly seeing America by bus, oblivious to the spectacular scenery as she heatedly continued a political discussion. Kay was now well-known in the literary world, as a sports reviewer and as a second Dorothy Kilgallen. I could not make out who was so involved at the grocery store counter, bu in canned oods with two dark haired twins trailin her, but of course, it .V E' 8 g . was "Kiki" of the long dark hair and cowlicked eyebrow, being very domestic. The next cloud that Hoated into sight bringing pictures of the Ferinata Seniors, was the most beautifully shaped one yet. I recognized the capitol, and on the steps was the newly elected Secretary of Labor, who was creating a sen- sation with a fiery speech. Goodness! It was "Bobby"! The crowd 1'oared its approvalg the cloud melted into the horizon. "Joan" as president of the Citizens Legal Rights Committee, was arguing voeiferously and standing up for her liberty. Having won her argument, she dashed onto the polo field for a few exciting chukkers with the wo1nen's team, which she had organized. 4 "Andy" surrounded by a flock of nine children. The shape of the cloud changed, and from St. Paul the scene changed to a rambling ra11ch in Tucson, Arizona, whe1'e Andy was directing the building of a swimming pool, a tennis court and a golf course. A peal of thunder, a dark ominous cloud and war-torn Europe came into view. Tenderly nursing the wounded soldiers, and also driving an ambulance, was 4'Louise,', sympathizing with everybody and keeping their spirits up with news from the front. Qdouble meaningj Always faithfully at her heels was a black Labrador retriever. She kept her dachshund well hidden from the Allies. The clouds changed from a war-like shape to what looked like Indian wig- wams, but I knew it to be an army camp as soon as I saw "Sid", looking very chic in a hostess outfit playing bridge with the general, his wife and a handsome young ofHcer. . An elephant trunk was clearly to be seen in the evening sky and soon his whole body appeared, and many other animals came into view. By the palm trees I guessed it must be Sarasota, and sure enough-there was uCfL1'llC,,, tak- ing lessons from Beatty while the circus got ready for its spring tour. A willowy cloud minced by, and as I saw "Jinny" personified, the wind rustled through the nearby trees and in abewildered voice sighed, "Huh, I-Ioneyn. Now footloose and fancy free, after a number of husbands, Jinny was headed back to Lake Charles, Louisiana, to find some new talent. Again the sky clouded up, but this time it did not turn out to be an im- pending storm but only "Leila", drilling her troop of Cotton Club chorus girls in her new Boogie-VVoogie revue. VVitl1 a sudden start I realized that evening had fallen and the clouds were no longer to be seen. VVith a sigh I gave a last look at the dusky sky, glanced at the time and wandered on. 9 il 3253 -4? QRGANMZAHIFMDNS T .fm t me fi if H , Q, A , , "W ' 6555! . . y I. 3 is : A 37 'Q , TH E SPUR BOARD Q.1 Editor-in-Chief . . BARBARA DAI'IN Business Manager . . HELEN ANDEIZSON Sittizig from loft to right: IQIKI IHART, TIELEN ANDERSON, BARBARA DAHN IQATHLEEN BTCLAUGHLIN, PEGGY O"SULL1vAN. The Fermata Spur Board was started with the desire to encourage the writ- ing ability of the students and to create an interest in the school magazine. There is no definite size for the board and new members may be added when the board - feels the need to do so, or recognizes an interest and outstanding talent in any girl. "The Stirrupf, published in December and in lVIarch, is the literary maga- zineg it is exchanged with many other school publications, and sent to the alum- nae. "The Spur," published annually, represents school life by pictures, and the Senior class may have in it what they wish from year to year. X., 3 i, 'T 1 Eat" misss iw i wi , ii vi ii is -iw 7 iv H, ii ,ii 1: ii ii ii W w Nu vi , - - ii ii ii ii Vi ii az' vii V EA. DRAMATIC CLUB .iQ1 President .... . . . . . ICIKI TIART Secretary-Treasurer . . JOAN DEMPSEY MEMBERS A WVISSIE WVEST, KATI-ILEEN lVlCLAUGI-ILIN, BARBARA DAIIN, NANCY VVELLS, ANN DUSENBERRY, DIANA WING. The Fermata Dramatic Club stimulates interest in dramatics and tends to perfect those interested in all forms of the work. The membership of the club is made up of girls who have proven their acting ability before the entire school and have qualified to the Dramatic Club standards. U This year the tryouts were held soon after Christmas vacation. Miss Evelyn Evers came down in February to coach the plays. VVith her excellent coaching, the Dramatic Club presented two one-act comedies: "Red Peppersf' and "The Bathroom Door." In April, those girls that were interested in acting put on "Little VVomen." RIDING CLUB iQT President . ..... . JOAN DEMPSEY MEMBERS WISSIE WEST, LOUISE CLARK, LEILA CI-IADBOURNE. NEW MEMBERS ,JEAN FRASER, DIANA VVING, FUZZY WILBERN. The purpose of the Fcrmata Riding Club is to promote riding and to strive for a greater knowledge of horses and horsemanship, and to help the less ex- perienced riders in all possible ways. The club enforces riding regulations and club rules, and establishes a standard of unity and sportsmanship. Each year there are tryouts for membership, open to any Fermata student. These trials include a demonstration of the contestants' riding ability and a written test drawn up by the Riding Club with the riding master's help. This year the Riding Club again put on a Gymkhana, in which most of the 1'id61'S in school, as well as many people outside, participated. The funds from this were donated to charity. On the whole the year was a great success and we are looking forward to many more. . f ' i t , 1 of eepo ru sei , ,.,gg aiafisisW g , sf... mfr W V. ifggge,..ii'i. 1 ,H UH jgg '-' .W3 i. fi'y,qrQQNH,rAi'l1:"' qQq,w,1gi:35i J, Ujllrfwg1j,,,"i,.5slrgN...:JJpl " mH1..f ggQgLiEa.."m,s' - '. ' A l - . A i f V a i a I. 3. gy, 5 m,i'iij up ' ' img - Ln q,, i,,eq .W-w 5,,,"".i TL i ' 2i? f"i..,,.,,li fllilllli , I H. , --wi V 1: f.,MJ IIVV- Q f " wh' By5j,,a'Ml:,s'5gg3iMy 1 "3WW.fi..Wesg iiaiiiiiiiugef 9j?,Wj...W !..Wmm1:x 1" :II iii w fiH1,.', rj pa .gffgye at ' T fllj lip il A .I 5 fix" ' 1. ' 1' 5. 5 11 - ' ,A 4- E5 .' ,535 2 fl.. 1 l J . , g' " 24 i .I JU f . Y' A 2 V . ' at I .Q Ubi! ' iilif fflfflil it lil? l 5 I iQi President .... . . . . CEL112 ANDREW Secretary-Treasurer . . . DIANA WING The Glee Club is organized to develop the singing ability of the girls from the pure enjoyment to be derived from it. The membership is unlimited. The members are elected after tryouts held by the Glee Club director and officers of the clubg tryouts are held in the Fall and Spring. Rehearsals are scheduled three times a week under the direction of Mrs. Tracy Hite and Miss Grace Mc- Creary. A Christmas Carol program was given in December. The Glee Club parti- cipated in one of the Sunday services at the Episcopal Church in April. A con- cert, consisting of semi-classic songs, was also presented in April at the School. lfvwg - - , A1 L. 'eff f Q Nw M W GQVFX Og A ?gffg3?w-Hx ef F L , 1 HV? 4 9QlIGlIUKHIUI15lIE56lIUlNES ELISE REEVES MARGOT FAIRCHILD CELIE ANDREW DIANA WING CARLIE JACKSON JEAN FRASER HOCKEY VARSITY .lqgl Left to right. IQATHLEEN MCLAUGHLIN LEILA CHADBOURNJE PEGGY O'SULL1vAN Qfjaptainj KIKI HART JANE FINDLEY SIDNEY DIXON JOAN DEIXIPSEY BARBARA DAI-IN EMILY MYLES FUzzY WILBEIIN VVISSIE VV EST BASKETBALL VARSITY 1.91. A F1'01fzt row from left to right: ANN DUSENBERRY, JANE FINDLEY, JEAN FRASER, fCaptainJ, BARBARA DAHN Back row from left to right: ICIKI HART, CELIE ANDREW, ELISE REEVES, MARGOT FAIRCHILD, DIANA WING, CARLIE JACKSON TENNIS SQUAD .191 Standing from left to right: DIANA WING, KIKI I'IART, SIDNEY DIXON, MARGOT FAIRCHILD. Kneelizzg from left to riglz-t: LEILA CHADBOURNE, PIELEN ANDERSON, ANNE SI-IAFFER, BARBARA DAPIN S. 34 1 'G Q 3..- 5 '?" l V 4 . . Sir: vii A' -Q -if 'Nb 'S-Q V . .1 wifi NIKE --. 'L 359' vp- NAME HELEN ANDERSON CELIE ANDREW LEILA C-I-IADBOURNE LOUISE CLARK BARBARA DAI-IN GRACE de CERNEA JOAN DEMPSEY SIDNEY DIXON ANN DUSENBERRY PAT ELBERT MARGOT FAIRCI-IILD JANE FINDLEY JEAN FRASER KIKI HART CARLIE JACKSON BARBARA LeMAY MARY ELIZABETH LeMAY KATHLEEN MCLAUGHLIN EMILY MYLES PEGGY USULLIVAN ELISE REEVES ANNE SHAFFER VIRGINIA SHUTTS NANCY WELLS WISSIE WEST FUZZY WILBERN DIANA. WING "AS WE KNOW THEMN lqbl AN'1'II'1KTI'IY .l'rreX'pon.-ribililg Losing lifeight Routine Socially-Blimled People Rulox A 1' gum ents Suob b ishness 1f"il th. Dirty Looks La::'ine:rx Going To Bell Beggmus' Stuclg H all Secrets School 'lVo'rk Blake- Up Dqlice Bleeti-ng.-re 9 :00-9 :30 S tmlg Hall Ivzxtitfatiozzs of LOCl1"ll,i7l g Close Contact Getting Up Noel Coward Inability To Enu- ywess Her Icleax Deerfield Prisons IValtzi1lg PAssPon'r Dfefmorg Ovalli-ne G e tting 17I'l:'71fg3 Done Pills "The Spur B ocn'rl" Milky-T'Vags Lingo u1J11,1:lflfI8l27llJilL I 'nq'ui1'e1'l" Dialect Bugle Plaid Shirt-x Plane Gazing Smfil e College Wardrobe Newspaper Clippings Fravzlcn es-s Qfaextioww "T'ribzme" Sport N eros Saving Money L au g ll S huff lin g HS tuclgifn g H e-1' B ook 3" Night llfmfk Analyzing Plays Coijf'uv'es Jazz Dixcfassivzg Iler Vaeatiomv Umrnmirla D1as'rnmT1oN Jlanaging A Beauty Salon Magaz'i1z,e Model T'l'llTIOI'i71- g 'fHome Sweet Home" Foreign Corre.-fponclevzt Navg H7lfe "She Mawr-ierl H er Boss" Dielieian "'HH17b'1LT7l, H ere I Come I" LI If'E'S Chief Phot0gw'aphe1' Chief C'a11-dy Tastev' Air Stezvarrless Golf ClI,Cl7lL1Ji0II,,S Ufife Powers Model "'Mi.-rs JClCkS011fJS Holiclag Dances" "The Thinker" Szoimming C'l1,amp'i011, C,0l'LL7l7.7l ist C I-iflowzy Faflimaniv Successor C'1I'IL'IIl1'y Hostess "Gow'nx by Elise" "The Fa1'me1"s IVife" Walking In The Woods G1'ee'nwlch Village Dog Shows Ql'm'k'isl1. Bath. Broaclzwczg October 8 October 9 October 11 October 23 October 27 November November November November November November November November December December December December December January January January January January February February February February February February March 5 18- 4: SCHOOL CALENDAR -6- School Opens. Classes Begin. Choosing of the Green-Gray Teams. Seniors vs. Underclassmen Hockey Game-Tie Score. Bliss McCreary Played Informally For The School. Underclassmen Party For The Seniors. Nancy Stillman Arrived For A Visit fGraduatc of 19el0j. Green-Gray Hockey Game-Tie Score. Seniors vs. Underclassmen Hockey Game-Seniors VVon. Green vs. Gray Hockey Game-Greens VVon. Thanksgiving Riding Scheme and Picnic. Green vs. Gray Hockey Game-Grays VVon. Thanksgiving VVeek-End-Senior Class VVent to Asheville School For The lVeek End. Green vs. Gray Hockey Game-Tie Score. Green vs. Gray Hockey Game-Greens VVon. Glee Club Carol Program. Christmas Banquet-Peggy O'Sullivan Elected To The Spur Board. January 8 Christmas Vacation. School Opens. Classes Begin. Party InAThe Gym. Exams. Two New Girls Arrived-Barbara and lVIary Elizabeth Lehlay. First Drag. llliss Evelyn Eve1's Arrived From New York To Coach Dramatics. Dramatic Club Tryouts-,Barbara Dahn and Kathleen llIcLaugh- lin Became Rlembers-Nancy VVells Received Honorable lllention. A Coca-Cola lVIachine VVas Installed In School. Nlrs. King, of "The Aiken Standard and Review," Talked On Journalism. Green vs. Gray Basketball Game-Grays VVon. Green vs. Gray Basketball Game-Grays VVon. Father Smith Talked About Horse Creek Valley 12 14 16 17 20 lVIa 1'ch March lVIarch lVIa rch lVIarch 21 22 26 3 March lVIarch March 27' 28 Ap.-i1 4 5 6 7 Ap ril April April April April Ap ril 9 11-14 18 20 April April 25 26 April April 27 29 30 lVIay 1 lVIay 3--E14 LL 7 9 May 11 13-15 16 ltlay 17 April April Ap 1'il lVIay May May May May SCHOOL CALENDAR --Q- Fermata vs. St. Angelais Basketball Game-Fermata Wfon. Roman Bazaar Given By The Junior Classical League. Talk By Father Keller QA lVIissionary To Chinaj, German Measles. Cynnie Lewis and Aileen Alker Arrived For A Visit fGraduates of 194405 . Dramatic Club Plays--"Red Peppers" and "The Bathroom Door', Imperial Cup Races. Aiken Horse Show. Diana VVing, Jean Fraser, Fuzzy VVilbern-New Riding Club Members. "Little VVomen" was presented. Ferlnata Riding Club Gymkhana. Green vs. Gray Baseball Game-Grays YVO11. Diana VVing, Ann Dusenberry, Nancy VVells-New Dramatic Club lVIembersg Fuzzy VVilbern and Carlie Jackson Re- ceived Honorable Mention. Aiken Prep Field Day. Easter VVeek End. Gray Team Party. Glee Club Sang At The Episcopal Church, Miss MeCrcary,s Recital-Glee Club Concert-Art Exhibit At School. Badminton Tournament Finals-Jean Fraser Won. Riding Club Picnic and Scheme. Junior Classical League Party and Scavenger Hunt. Dramatic Club Picnic. Senior Party. Green vs. Gray Tennis Matches-Grays VVon. lVIay Day Breakfast Outside. Fermata vs. Aiken Prep Tennis Matches. Spur Board Picnic. Green Team Party. Green vs. Gray Swimming fMeet-Grays VVon. F ermata vs. Aiken Prep Swimming Meet, Final Exams. Graduation Exercises and Banquet. Home. GIRLS' SUMMER ADDRESSES HELEN ANDERSON CELIE ANDREW LEILA CI-IADBOURNE LOUISE CLARK BARBARA DAHN GRACE de CERNEA JOAN DEMPSEY SIDNEY DIXON ANNE DUSENBERRY PAT ELBERT MARGOT FAIRCHILD JANE FINDLEY JEAN FRASER KIKI HART CARLIE JACKSON BARBARA LeMAY MARY ELIZABETH LeMAY KATHLEEN- MCLAUGHLIN EMILY MYLES PEGGY O'SULLIVAN ELISE REEVES ANNE SI-IAFFER VIRGINIA SI-IUTTS NANCY VVELLS WISSIE WEST FUZZY WILBERN DIANA WING .ggi "Dellwood", White Bear Lake, Minnesota. "The Pines Farmv, West Point, Indiana. Box 671, Glen Head, Long Island. "Over1ake", Burlington, Vermont. 211-5 East 72nd St., New York City. 810 VVest Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y. "Westbrook", Meadow Brook Park, Westbury, Long "Hillbrook House", Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 350 East 86th St., New York City. Manhasset, Long Island. "Northway House", Locust Valley, Long Isand. "'Unadilla", Shreveport, Louisiana. 2 Vernon Road, Atlanta, Georgia. 2301 Grant Ave., Wilmington, Delaware. Hauppauge, Long Island. 124-2 Redpath Crescent, Montreal, P. 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N. cz. 5 Leading Hotels y I DRINK 4 s IN BOTTLES Delicious cmd Refreshing-Keep a, Case in Your Home We bottle Ginger AIC, Cau'bonatccI VVatc1' and Soda Flavols AIKEN COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 913 LAURENS ST. TELEPHONE 36 Compliments of CALUMET TEA fr COFFEE CO. HAND MONOGRAMMING ON HANDKERCHIEFS AND HOUSEHOLD LINENS RIAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED LINENS. DRAPERY AND SLIPCOVER FABRICS. INTERIOR DECORATION MARK S LINEN SHOP 943 ELLIS ST. AUGUSTA. GA. CAROLINE BLOMBERG SPECIALTY SHOP GIFTS. PARTY FAVORS, ETC. KNOX AND DOBBS HATS HOLLEY HARDWARE COMPANY HOUSE FURNISHINGS - KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - PAINTS GENERAL HARDWVARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS Phone 229 r101:x1:x1u111::1- 1 1:1 1 1-n1u1u1a:11:101u1o1ocpu1u1n1o1n1 1 1 1 14:1 141014 vjoioioioiojaozo 101014 1014 rjoioiojoioioioioioic 101901014 nioioioioic E I I i CULLUM TIRE COMPANY, Inc. CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH SA LES - S ERVI CE PHONE 728 AIKEN, S. C. DRY GOODS DRAPERIES BLANKETS NOTIONS LINENS SHOES LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR -49- R. W. MCCREARY COMPANY YVE VVILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE LOOM IS 8: COMPANY FRITZ SCHULHOFER. SUCCESSOR Headquarters for FANCY FLORIDA, NEARBY and HOT HOUSE FRUITS and VEGETABLES FRESH COUNTRY EGGS - FISH and OYSTERS "Everything the Best at Ruling Market Price" TELEPHONE 169 1101010111:01011xi1riozuxnxnioznznzoxoc94101011 3010301030: xi. 1101010101024 P1011 010101011 10:4 joioioioioioioix bioioioioiojojuioiois ho itiinixzlilianixiriicrzviicioixificrixjtxirioiiinirifioilxi oioirrioiojcxicxiojoioioicrifrjoic o 2.01 1 iw: ir 1 minimis:1niuqbu1:114:11:101::ioicfmrioinioimrxnixrioi 111 WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR RECENTLY REMODELED STORE We are Now Showing the Newest Lines of SPRING MERCHANDISE B. M. SU RASKY'S A1KEN's STYLE CENTER I-Iellllev Guernsey Farm PURE MILK and CREAM AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA THE J. W. ASHHURST, Agency INSURANCE REAL ESTATE e-Q PHONE 34 -:- AIKEN. s. c. 3 x14 20:1 301:11:n1::iuiI::-01010: 21 inrioinzrxcpuinivniayi ioqsuioinioi, J 0.011014bi-1xiniojoioioioioifxicnjcxioicxioifyifrioioioioiuioicrdbvioz111xioioioiojoitxicrifxitxillioiojcpinifxillicxic1101092 :1 1 1 14:1:x1u1oa:m1u1:11011-1o1:I1n1u1u1o1n14-1010111 101 HOLLEY MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED DEALER s A I. E S SERVICE AIKEN. SOUTH CAROLINA DURBAN-LAIRDS, Inc. Gb Qs 49 Q INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SURETY BONDS Q Q ce Q PHONE 40 AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA W. H. WEATHERFORD PLUMBING. STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING QUIET MAY C91 L HEATING eS'vs'rIzM 837 NEWBERRY STREET TELEPHONE 81 Izniozoi-I:1u1o1o14m1::1o1u1o1 1 1 1 1 1 1u1:I1n1u1u1o1o14 1101010101011 rioioimbxrlicxioicrilnioioiaoioicxif 1101011 Q1vio14:1 1: 1 1 1 1::1::1:1 1:1:1:1:w1:1r1n1 1011101141 1 11101411 in 6 Compliments of H A Frmd W ESTABLISH ED IBIB Ww 35255055 Mews W3h EQ3Fgh aes unison AVENUE con. eonrv-eounm sneer , Q., NEW Yonx 0 e:'S3"g.N A QUITE CONTRARY? For the very reason flike as notj that this is definitely a 'mczwfs store, many girls and young women prefer F5 xii Bnooxs SWVEATERS 312.50 lk 3514.00 Bnoolis POLO COATS 3557.00 A BROOKS BANDANNAS AND CHOPPAS 49544 M i n 1 V' ,. ,,,... " 71- L.. ...----f . ! ' 1 waz. ' 1+ W ' . ff .ff A 1. I .Lai 'Z 5 - X' 'pl xx ve Hp ,. 7 le . fa" M ' if I 5 I " . E. We I I xj'l6'?f?fqL'l!f7 W l'!.' 'x' " 0,17 :'f"' f ' f ,emi .,, 1w 74 '1 1 '52 we ' 19 jg fiff Q , 1 P f ' 'gf w: 0 Brook: Brolhen "" u f 352.50 to 359.00 XV 'gf -2? ff Ojficcrs' Uniforms and Accessones BRANCIIES NEW YORK: I WALL svn! 1' IUSTDN: urwnu v nn. v srnuv r 9"-Q Compliments of Y , K A Friend W ei: 1 I i I vjodz' 101014 1910101014 riozoiozcniogoic ::xrj4ri1r14v:1ri1r14r14v11v:4x:1 'Q' zz 1 :z ix:1z:i::1n1 :zoioirninzuzocpoiuimziuilxiuioinioioiui 1 vi ai li As Makers of the Rings for Felflllilftl School, this Esthhlishment desires to thank the Class for their 1ItlI1l'OIlilg'G. JEWELS. WATCHES. CLOCKS. SILVER, CHINA. GLASS, LEATHER AND NOVELTIES If Il brief description is given qi the ,article wanted :md the price limit to be observed, orders by mail wlll receive IPPUIIIDC and calretul attention. THE GIFT BOOK MAILED UPON REQUEST BANKSGQBI 1218 CHESTNUT ST. B LEIWWS Si,W,,,,,i,hs smiE?DlE fb P H I L A D E L p-H I A - Egg ESTABLISHED 1832 . SCHOQL RINGS. EMBLEMS. CHARMS AND TROPHIES OF THE BETTER KIND 'fBe5t Wishes no chef Cgtacult Students of .Nb FERMATA CHGOL ' SHOP SAXON-CULLUM, INC. - One of Georgicfs Better Dept. Stores AUGUSTA, GEORGIA .,,.. . -'CAHIULYNH I. MILLER, SHOES COATS st DRESSES KNOX. HATS pjoxoioitricyioiaxcnariuini yzuzozoioxoxuiozozoi 1113: zncpugniuznzozoxa 'S COMPLIMENTS Of CAROLINA PAPER COMPANY COLUMBIA, S. C. COMPLIMENTS ' of A FRIEND "THE BARN" REAL ESTATE-ANTIQUES-TEA ROOM MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS Reservations for Tens, Luncheon Parties, and IJTLIICGS by Appointment U. S. 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