Flora Macdonald College - White Heather Yearbook (Red Springs, NC)

 - Class of 1930

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KKXHX' W , .MQW L x -.' . .. ix- .-,. ...ws x wr S Waite HEATHER Q we X af Q 'G I ' fl 1 ' 'ET ji2 Jf:1fii. ' r 1 M fo 5 X I 41' "' :ff l 1 Y 41 lx Wt. "' , ZF! ' X4 ji :' V --g is W ,.-- Li AY V r v .X X College Song Far away from noisy tumult And the city's throng, Stands our cherished Alma Mater, Wortlry of our song. On her wide and spacious campus Springs of crystal rise, Which for joy and health and beauty She shall ever prize. Stately pine trees waving o'er her, Proud her guards to be, Whisper faith and hope and courage- Faithful listens she. CHORUS Now we lift our joyous chorus, Full of love to thee. Hail to thee, O Alma Mater! Hail, O F. M. C. iii-T4 Atp' ij. X, gif' If Q TALE- I TIHIIE GOLLE6 AWJ V E P: 1 Vw vx . ,, l E,DgcD IE 1 WTQW1 , Y F, f , 4 u 'T 1 1 W 1 , ' ' 'I X 4 W Y Sf ff' ,. ,,',L', .L 1 ff. L . , . 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BELL, B.S., M.A. Profz.v.wr of Clothing and Tfxlilrx MR. ALVIN 'I'IIoI.1As, B.M. Proffnor of Piano Mus. MARY LOG.-'AN S.-XNIYERSON, I-LA., M.A. l'rofr.vmr of Engflish I L 1. ""'ii f If X I .5 h .6 X : C X Q I I I 1 .QQ 'WHHTE HEATHER Nm if.. bs M .g,.-,,-n-4.-. . ,M , .9 W4 Sl-d f f li W .f X Faculty' E1.1zAnE1'u A. CLARKE, BA. .luislzmf Profrssnr of Sofia! SA'i4'IlL'l'.f and Enylixll NIILDREII Toxe, 16.8, ,A I'l'nfr.fsm' nf Physiml Edzzfaiion LoL'15E CARSON, BA. .lssixlant Prnfrssor of English EI.1zAnE'm CA1.mrE1.1., B.M. Dirrftor of I'ni4 1' INIARY Lxxn.-x VARDELI., B.A. .'l.v.ris1an1 Profrssor of Jlalhfnzatirs , jonx D. MCLEOD, B.A. 4 ,.'ff' 'A . , Blliillffj .Vanayrr .K " . LM'-5 t . I Q.. S. Brmwx Mokmsfmx, B.L. . Trramrrr' 'veg'- if MARY ENGLISH LAW Srfrwlary to Ihr Prr.vi.fr11l ' 1 . - f ELEANUR SAMPLE 1 '1 f 4- Q.. Librarian DEBQRAH PA1'rERsoN Diffifitlll JESSIE BHJRRISON .-lsxixianl In lin' Trn1.vurr'r VIRGINIA Coxxok, R. N, Rfsidrni Nursf MRS. A1.FoRn H. STRICK Dirfflnr of Pulflidly Dr'jwar'lmrnl K - sg '1- REV. Hskmfxs joxzs -4 9 I, fi u Sffrzlary of Finanrial Siarzdzlrdizaiian t Commillrz' " QE? MRS. HARQLD Moons Srrrflary lo Mr. Jnnrs Q, ? , X - A - S .Li-ini. A ., Q. I A FL nl'-Q: 3 Js A . rp' - . ,f CRL .V ' 'J' xA .JY fl- 'HL X a, i fsftgg-'gi 5 ,1 g iiikaiigknx , , T Y T - YYY Y W tigfil-:gg Q ., -414' 'E lol? ' : e ' V 'J i Def we Q-f-f S ccfgigf 'Wiarite lsllearnoie In A b i' 'f C .5 f T Q X lFlloira Macdonald ollllego A Retrospect Fnundfd IS96 Renamed 1915 To those who love bonny Scotland, to those who honor her past and take interest in her present and future, and whose hearts sing in time with her tales of valor and noble deeds of long ago, the name of Flora Macdonald means worthy womanhood. History records the escape of Bonny Prince Charlie and gives the heroine due acclaim, but fails to mention much of the later struggles of the noble, gallant Flora. Few know that after Flora Macdonald became the wife of Allan Macdonald she and her husband came to America and made their home in what is now the state of the North Carolina. It was not altogether a new country to these two, however, for they settled side by side with the McLeods, Mclntoshes, Mclienzies, and others of the old cnuntry. On the banks of the Lumber and Cape Fear rivers these sturdy Scots established their homes, holding fast to the love of Scotland, and the honor and traditions of their race. It was a hard struggle, but the persevering Scots were ever persistent and successful. The Revolution came, and once more the gallant Flora took a leading part in urging the Scots to battle for the cause of the house of Hanover. After the war she and her family returned to Scotland to spend the remainder of their lives, leaving behind the graves of two of her children under the whispering pines of the new land. As years passed on the country prospered and grew, but time brought problems to these descendants of the gallant Scots. One serious problem was the question of an education for their children, with far from adequate means. In 1896, as if in answer to their call, Rev, Charles G. Vardell came to Red Springs and founded a little academy for girls in the heart of the Scotch settlements. Through his courage, faith, power, strong heart and sturdy perseverance, he established a school where daughters of these people might be trained. The beginning was made through the donation of the people of four thousand dollars and a few acres of land. The first building was erected and school begun. Day by day, their leader pushed on until the college grew, the faculty increased, more students came, and the buildings were more comfortable and well equipped. In IQI4 the Scottish Society of America met in Fayetteville, and after consulting with Dr. Vardell, the speaker of the occasion, Dr. james A. Macdonald proposed that the college be made a living memorial to Flora Macdonald, having as its aim to be an institution worthy to bear her name and to be a link between the old land and the new. He stated further that it was Fitting that the institution, situated as it was to train the daughters of the noble clans, should be a memorial to the great heroine, "herself a Presbyterian, a college graduate, and a noble example of Christian womanhoodf' In a year's time the college was formally named Flora Macdonald, indisso'ubly linking, with its aims and purposes, Scots of the United States and Canada and those of the mother land in Britain. Since that time it has not failed in any nf its purposes, the ideals of its heroine being the ideals of the institution. Outstanding Scotsmen of England and America have been in touch with it individually and in their societies ever since. It has come to mean a tie of friendship and a bond of brotherhood between the old land and the new. In 1925, King George of England, through the Stewart Society, presented a cornerstone to the college, bearing this inscription: "This tablet of granite from Balmoral was gifted by His Majesty, King George V, to the Stewart Society for presentation to the Flora Macdonald College, in memory of a Scottish heroine, and as another link between Britain and America. I7.l.5'I925.H 28 fu ,f ,s ' , J, if Q TALE IDE THE GLMf1Ef '111711-,'rgX111, 1,1-1,X- 1- . 1 .1 1.1.X,,.'1 XX 1, X, .X.'gfgX 1.X2,XQ,XXXXXX A, M., 1.XX1X, 11 ,,X 1- 11x .,vw1111,1X1, 1 W 511, 1.1, , 1 'XL , 11:-i1g,.,fe'Q1'1'1,1.,:1,1 2 , 11.11. 1 1 '11 11- 1 1'1I1r1"r1W11'.- f., 1X . X1 1X .X .1 -,11.,X,-XXX. ,,XX..,X.1X,y,X' 1 1XX'1 111 .. ,1X X X,X.1.,,,F'XX5c1X,X,1.c1X,,1g ' ' ' - " '11'm.'11'.'rf: ':X1,Q,XXX,1Xj1f1 1, ,. X1 11"2'Xj11g.'-',11,. 1 11 , 1 -14:11-.11 1.f:,1.','1.1 .X,XX 1 1X1,1 -,,y A.X,X 1 , , , ,X1f'.1411:11 .11-1,1'11 . 1'f1sg,1'-4,1 X 1. X, 1X11 .15-1.1. 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Ilymuf 'AU Und, the Ruvk uf Ages," QUFIYICERS SUE BOST ..... , .... ..v., I 'ruillfnf BETIY Hrcxs .... , . l'ifr-Pnxsidrnf jENx1ls Ckxssfmx' ..,. . . .Sf-wrlm-y J.-XNE'I'I'E ITMEMAN . . . 7ll'4'1l5ll!'l'l' 32 3 5' l Tl ,Il A W 65,3 tw l U 0 gf y Worm HEATHER X, ,, , K mx, in - X .gf W Q X N To the Seniors f Dear Seniors, a tiny boy am I, Self-conscious, and so very slry. Please let me write tlvis note to you- Altlrouglv I'm slay, my love is true. Wlven Sue and Gertrude fame to me, I was sleepy as I could be. Howeifer, after some contemplation And a few words of explanation, I realized with riglrt rnuclv joy That I was quite a lucky boy. "Your IWascot,', suclr a surprise., you see, I lvardly knew 'twas meant for me. To be your pal all tlrro, the year Is tlie aim of your mascot, Seniors Dear. JAMES HOBBS. as 'RE 2- .Q ff t WHETE HEATHER -Q N -v ji , J, - Ja! ' ,t Q , i X Q lvl ' . 3375: ilf' ' Tj i ii' 51411-'M 'A 'Lf :Alix "8 - 21 Y 7 " if f , .. , -f -3 spy . 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Mic ix :in :ill-.ironntl girl, Hexlslw the sinnom Ntrength of llll athlete :intl the keen foresight nl nn cxcvntive, -he prlveww thou' qnitt, raihn t-yrs ol Ll lover of like and beauty. May you have Hlilllj ups :intl frxv tlounx, Sur, olal girl! l3LTTv lllcxs, AB. . . . . . Llmrlic Hope, Xa. I2 X lugs?-'27 Ifiliatxitv 4'omtniHm-, IUJT-'IIN lflllzilltw' l'ul1HHlltn-it, lhlmlmll 'l'1:lIvx 19123-'29 S+'fl't'l.l!'Y HI VIHSN, Vlrlss Ilmlivy 'l'4.llli, Vlvuw Smut! 'lhzliu Vliux lhuevlvzill Tqitlll l'I':ty.-I liaintl I,",ul"l', V421'-'ZSIV Ylw'-l'l'vs1ul:'iit ol 1'I:ms, .Xllllvliw llumltl, Stlllltllt VHIIXI4 ll "An-I wh--n ant- on-- uvwnt Stun-1' toinvx 'lm nrult- figziiiut x-:nt nnnn-, Il.- ntur.-Q not lv you, nun ni Ion, lint lioxv inn pl,u34tl nn- Quint," Betty ix zilnziyx rczitly to enter uliolr-ln-nrtrclly illlll hotlilv into anything that will help Vllffj nur claw on to victory. Hut ht-r cnthnsixmn ix not lnr xporh UF flaw alone. Shrk in for e-vCrxtl1iln.5tliat'x right, huhhling over continually nith love :intl xunshine for all. 3-1- t ' ff"' . Www? HEATHER , ' - K b 4 r , Y X r, .gf Cf . " FQ .H 5 I. e -.1 A 1.7 r' ,f J i, r-fs f 4 ,J ' K ,164 QQ , ' ki U' H A YJ ' - . in !+ 1 E KE! 1' . ' 9 E J, xl. 5 P is n 4353 Sth l 1 . . 1 1 4 Scni or Class LSEHRGM Anuls, RAI. . . . . Bennertwille. S. C. Z 122 "--wwf I'-'tilts l",'- Q" 4'll4'Y'U' 14.L1- wr.: -z- Q Urn , ww- M40-1 Timm th' -flaws uh-w Qurrt-und th-f thrfne L' Th' P1113 fglwn .nt-i .aw wrt. I 'A-ft P15 n,f1rv.t11 ,t. tirwttxts 41111.-' I,m'er nt mixchief, hlithe NEFYZHII ut tun-3 -ynfwnym for merrimcntl WE unnder uhm 'mngit' thcrr ran hc in nord- that urge mme eye- Uv danfef' She -milcx and her 9502 dcvclup laughing mall-fu tuinltlex antl her nme crinltle- dfllflflllxlj. Thi- it our gay little "t9ewrge,A' uhfvm "thc tra-t. the revel and rhr entangling dance allure," Shel- ture tfv hc happy. fnr Nhtfx "tr-und lite nne lfwng cxcuxe fwr laughing." 1I.xRTH,x HELEN ALEXANIIER, SLB. . . . . Charlotte. N. C. E X 2' ' ,T-Y xx' -' A, -vn.n.r . 1'l .--Y W v 1, tw-n.n . 31:--ml sfu.24.' I...14er 1'1:-- 41 -x'.,-t-r-:l.1,r,- Lf, sl:-1 1,4 I-:.n.,1. rmytr 1:.t:,41 7, .dvr xx!-wt sw-it 19:14-N-r':':1f1,r.f Li", sry-.W 1f.r.41 S"'rf'.1rj- Y.BI.1' A, F xr A' A '..r1:.,v 'HM-ry -wtf 1- r..tf:,-V: um. ffm ,tm .ly-,-1.5 nun xt, fulrapr. kv-.Q ' Helen ix No very quiet that ur hardly realize she ix arvvun-l. Yet ue knrm' that behind that mlm and peaceful bearing i- Ll heart rut gfvld which f-pc-nx only tr- gfvlden Rep. 1? it zl f -. - L+ -an Q f , Wniim HEATHER If NN ' LX Ig t .Z 15.1. T- 1 i H .X lxuiikip J J 4 rs' P Q, ig ., ' CH, , LJ QAIRIOII' 1 .355 li XTHIZRINISiXl.Ifl1Rlr,A.ll.. , . . .lienly N. C. 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Vlfisw Swim-1 'l'v':nl!i,1'l,n-w lliixltvllmll Tin!!! 4'l.l:S 'l'v-iililx 'l':.llli l'lJ1v7 LI! l'l'Nlll III ul I", AI I' .K , Slllilvlll Vnllllnll "SlIulI2 Ill ixlll 'l'nNl1Ii4'. ine----la, In mm, :intl nw in xiwl1l" lime nntl paiticnrr gn in tu airvniilit in the making nl ll true l7lur:i ixlfllllllllfllfl girl llllll Kilt hm not lzulteql patience uhile she united tm' time tn lulhl her part. l'lnwevcr untlevizitingly xhe hm iiiuvi-tl to her glial xhe hm not ovrrlunkeal the little thingx nlung the uni that make lile realli unrth living, lor xhe hu- mnsle innny tri:-mls, Rirh are thine xxhn p' eww her frientlxhip. RLTH llxw, .'X.li,. . . .NV:1tle, N. C. Z 11134.-'T i Ni' 1' x v-rnlnniill ii.ln.-,i-nw 11.11-:ml-.w'l.:sxllH-Int l..tm, vinw l::.sle-'mil 'l'.n-ii, 1:..5lt.rl,.lii x'.l.fm ylgi N Y, xy. I' lx I-.,n.mnv.., will - ll-'41, X 'iv,.m, im.-it.-l yn,-ii, A1:ni..g.', i'I:iM lah- lwvihlli 'l'w,um, i:.wl4-:I-:ill Ynvsitx, Allin-i:i.tn. wnn- sn-i..-'l'.i1mi, ifn.- F-1-tml, Imiyi liruvvll l,.-,nn-1, xlihwin swim 1,1-ful--V. inn., 'i lf' Xl 4' x iulliln-rl x'l..i,l'i.-Qnivm X-'nl-xi-in s....lini. xi. -l'i.,.iil.n1 Ail,n..grinnv1nr.4 x1.ln,iu.-,- --in, i:llti..v1l,,ll 'IH-nm, i:,.,ie.-nil.-11 xwnfiny, time ii...i,.-t 'l'v:uxn, s..l..,i 'l'.1inn, lf M, 1' .x Al.-ni-uiinn, i:1:"'Lu 'iw'-,-but--i lf, Al i' x, v1ll,nl.'u, wings iii..lt.ix Ti-.im 'wliattllnl .mil nm-lul in .ill slit' ilu.-ee, lilvwwlllu .intl l:l:Sl xxlii-l'l'1'l Min' :uv-S, .Xml ll:-:un-ll lillivlnwl In Iwi' lnnw. A sunny, Nimere :intl quiet nlixpu-itinn is Ruth's. She iNn't an vert' lwig either, hut she! 'Hill there" un the linvlxex tieltl ur hu-lxetlmll l'0lIl'I-llhl wntvh nut when "Baillie" get sthe luill. XVe think Nhe uill play the game ut life jim as xxlmle-lienrtenlly, and flu' - -4 tin! f N.. if ,. Wntw llilltelfiftnt-ltettiigggt 535 -.s 2 , ' -.w"' I . ff fr ' fi: f X X F1 'L - ., .'!l.i,' .n""f " -'U' ' .4 . A ' 11 i ' Y .. ,x'r?l.jg. 1 A ly, F"?'3' . By. We . . .k J' 1 Q. t 52 . .i I .,. -' ,3. ,f 2-f, lf 7, 934' -z 3 ., i ' Y I T - 1 Q.. H .sq Senior 'Class IRFYE BIQXNLTT, AJS.. . . Little Rock. S. C. Z 1'l.'v- t 'Wtlut' 4t1ll4!', Db- 't .X--t-v nt T-.1 li 4--L in Mutt:-1. ln rqtl.t-1 Vlwtu Xnxx l,itn x--un:,tnt1 5'-iwtttw M.tn'- l VVQI l. t in will nt- tm'-t:.lt l :mn tw -Milt I xxtfllltl twt :t v Ti. llltti tlmt .t-limi tu- my lietiernttx. nnrtn-hearted ln-nc. thc lrcnc with Z1 grin nn her far: :intl tt nivkt-tl tuinklc in her rycx Il twinkle aluay- nn the verge nl lwreakingg intfl ititrutintlx Ltughtcr, uhrthcr nn ednratinti Claw nr tluring rn-irning prayt-tx, Uh. Xhrl :x ,wily git.-tl lrll In anti ultnt umtld thix ftllcy lw uithnttt nur rhnrming "Sully P" I.,xt'R.x l3t'.xTTx', HS. . . . . llmtnr Holly. N. C, X lfofn-'JT7Y XY V .Ll Ilultitvtw' HCT- 2N7Y Nfl A 4'fittit'llvtb-I lUQ"- 'V 'l'1".1NlIl I tt' I1 S, 1 ltllu Tltiiti n4tt'itti1 Nt, klttxix ,tx littttlttf-Nm' YVe kn-in laura mtl-t haw ll xc-ry kind heart in hrr, fur Nhc i- IllNllNN tnnre than milling In help in .lllf urn -hr ran. It ymt dl-n't lwrllrvc it lu-t full nn hrr thc next time wu net-tl help. 2 SME W 37 ' -.-. 4 , ,,,,,-.j 21 : VL 1 KL +V' ": - 1 'W X A JN fi . fo X M K li ir llrllllglllli RATHER if' Y' i -v-va P if' , l Q . A , e e 'i--illjgfiii ' 4 "' " A , -iiL"""ll'i 'V Q 1 - 'fr X Mir!-f "9 fr ' f - C5 Nw K Q Q ' .. . 1:51-'A'-1-Q .ss ii' ig! 3, "ff 'gl J' "'?j,: 17- il ,-,:. fi -,Xp il '75 ' A fl iff? 'dv Q' A i 841 2 l' ' 5 'W E . . K Ei Z? tai: l 4' ff 01" if , y , 'L P455 1' .I N -.V 1 .i I iff! . ,gif ,L at 'fx Sciriifoir fCll.a1ss Enya Cxkrsux, AB. . . . . . Guilford College, N. C. EX ieizuszr 1112:-'xr-iii-fi..-, 1-'um xiluuiuf-I. xiii.-1 lluurl imui.-r, iiimuu sum, iuiui.-I-, ifm- aqui.-ig Y. XY, V. A, lhxlillllllrr-, Sn-it-I' Twsiltl llmltvy Tvulli, Y. NY. I' A, Vnlrlltilttw-, Fin- fiilllnll. 19128-'39 llmltu-y Tvulli, llwul nl llmlufy, Jlltilnl' Tvum lluullx IXl.illu1.1ul'1 Vxnyvl' Ilullrl lin-rule-F1 SlllIf4'lx:rHlllLlli l'lI'1'li-, l9J9-'ilu Iflpsll-in Uhr S-ui-ly Viitiv, "Milfs pri-tty ti- uulli uilh, Anil witty ln tsillc ixlth, Anil lil:-:ivinl tw tliilili un tim," Hesiilex u deep cipprerizitiiui for the gum! and henutiful thingy in life, Erl hui a way ull her nun ul liltiug lulks out of the hluex with her crwutngiulix light-l1eurtednesQ. YVhz1t- ever the weather, alle ix nlwnyw ready uith Z1 helpful word. Eil will :zccnmplish what- ever she N:-tx out tu ilu--he! that kiuil of Il girl. sl.-XNIZ Cr-XRSUNV, AB. . . . . ,Craigsvillcg Va. E X l9227-'2XffYtm'-l'twslulvlll ol Vlsus. HILYR-'ffl .-XVI l'iill1nx ul "XYlAih- lin'1llllvl", l"ll'v Sqlliul. Vlvllvgi- I'llvrl'uS. 101111-'I1flfSn-Iliurr' Fllvlnlrlr-I'j All Ellllux ul' "NYllltv H4':l1lll'l"'Q CIHSS Prnphvll fl f'1lp4-llal f1ll0il'2 Yiiv-l'lvSlll1lAl Yllllllliu 1'lllli, lllulllilllll l"llllp.ZA'l'. "I lmxv nu li-:ii XYh:il is in stun- lm im-, Slmll limi nr-1 in-:ally ilu' lt, uiirlifirmy-lil." jane ix the l-timl of permu who mn :iirly sunp her fingers in your more get mini with it. But wuultl you expect anything less lrum :in with blue eyes and hum-5-culored hair? face, and what ic irouical little girl 38 xo 'Q ft 'W TEH If ren A ml I EA H r -rr r- ra' n -.Vg iq A I 492 4, .4 -Y 9 vi V lf . I I, , Q an 'N P' ' '- v. A , ff? I Ia it 1 If . N' I . it. u 31 ' X - .WK-' Stcnltor Cllanss -lxxxui C,xss.xm'. AB. , . . . Spintlale, N. C. If X 19115-'ff Y. XY 1' .X. l'IxlIIIlIIII4'n- 151227-'25 Y XX, 4' A, ihlxllllllifw, Sl-lla-lL1l'y' Lift- Svlxluw' li.IlItl. l'I.l5'l'I Hulltl l.v1lllvl'. I92N-'25t- Sul,-t'In:n'lnu:m nl Vtuxllxmlvlt-1-, Vhtuus, Ulna-. lm--t, Vluss Iiusvlunll, :-hut-nr' :mul 'IH-unix 'I't':lIlxS, I'l'.!y I-I' llulltl Lvixllvl, RIISMIIII Sluwly lnwlrlvl' 154321-'flu'-Vlufs SwI'1'!:tI'I :Ilul IH.-I 1" In 1 ' ' I ' I l, .I Intl, Imywl I..tntI I.:-:III--r, Itllssmn Study I.-1zuIv1'g Sn-tllnt' S1 lllrlulvl. "My str--nuth is tlw Qtrf-ngth tu' tr-n IL:-t.Il1wf lux In-:nl is lmurt-," Careffree :mtl is truly vcr-utils, imngiuiltiuul flrrs nut Jennie. fun-luring, yet gentle and nmhitioug is thix luynl member nf '30, She :mtl nhr-ther unrk nr play, enters everything with her heat. Her her tu lnlty vislolu-is she nnt 3 poet? XVQ' Cnuld never tlu with- Nxxcx' CKINIILWTF, KM. . . . . . Draper, Va. E Y 19211-'ST 190- I-1 'nlllllxltlt-In Vtmrlls. Y. NV. V, A. 4 4I1mn5, I XX. I A 1 wllllllvltt-u-, l'I:lyu'l' Rzlllrl Ln-snlvt. -I Immun, 1.-nsnr In X, ' ' .-n .J ltux- Q9 Mn nrty , 4 1-lnlxlvlxuwlnvllt Mnrslml, Missinn Stutlv I,.-mlm' -I'xt-QIIII-nt H. X. Sm it I nl tnuu II 11420-'fm 'ug sun ,. - A ' "Pulau-, yr np nun, sung, t-n' I knnn' gun sing uftllg I nw- xt , -u Imu- :I slnuium t':'rtt-," lurtl-lllw llllillllj' l'llfl!'ITlS us all, hut then sn dues her per- el5 :mtl charming and sweet, and we t'nuItln't do without nur Her lovely vnice with itx stumlity. She, ton, is lm' dear Nzinty. 39 fs V I- , ge 'E-ftlii A , I Q 13- E I' -I ' Aria rf :Q f 1711 rl ii MEN ' S . ' f Q ' , -1- 4" " 53 M1545 V: ull K l .X 50 s as N V 0 11711115 HEATHER ' Q -,,. .. V X 1 J W i 7 A I -ISE., --5 llf if-' T ' - fgi A 45 '. X - g!'i--.27-i f f El, V .5 Q , . 95. . 1 ' -1 1,515 1 N ew- . if 1' f- - fi . '-. in .- mv mn V i 5 1 .X V. ,R 4? Ig 413- ,A -.y f ' x ,- -' ' - v .I ze 1. .A .1 I 1. , ,. 'A-G 9 '-1?- ' ',,5,1 .1,,3j- . - 'Lf - 1- L , 1, s , 1 . 1 IP- , .91-1, .. Scnnfor lCll.HSS CVRTIS C0l'l'EI3GI?v, A.H.. . . .Cl:n'ksviIle, Texas II 15420-'27 Y. NV, 12 A Vninniitti-1-, lfn'-' Siluznl. 19127-'25 'Flaws lim-Ii-15 'I'1'11n1, Flush S-1-ww Ti-11111, V,1rs1ly ll-in-In-3, X W 4', .X xmlnililillw-L I-'nv Squad, 1935x254-Ulglgg 1l1,.-14.15 'LH-111115 vlgus S41-:wr 'l'v.11n, .Xsaurauxn 1411111.11 "XYIilt1- llv:1ll11r"g Firi- sqinwl, 111-111.1141-1-111 m'1u1,, wliiss smmmils. HIQH-'IYllfl'l:lQs lluvliny 'FI-H1111 lVlnl1uL1v:1l1l Vlull. Ifhlilfrx' ul HXYIIIU' ll:-:mill--I", Svlllxn' Srflluhln-I: "As Hn- srirrinu 111' an il.-.-I., 11+-.ir x11v.1n1 XYill1in nn Al1:1n.- liilllnw, uh:-n Hn- xxinzl w11114s.1'.-1 ix uni 511.4q1i111.1f11 I., .1 .11--um. 'l'll:1l Illysllrul uslxljn-I' -ui Ihr- 1111111l," Even knowing the stupendous heights In which Curtix' nmhitions can mount, we marvel at the ease nnil I1SSlIl'HIll't' with whirh Nhr 1lIlIlFlxN ruth airezim-yes, tnr fulfilment, will- pmver and ellefgy. Curtix ueaves renlitiex 4111! of "the stuff that ClI'Q'ZlIl1S are made nf." But then we see that rlmiistrnua inlellectuall Appetite and nn longer marvel :lt her wide rnnge nf achievements. Nu xvnnnler her hnhhles never hurstl Do1u1'1'11Y 1,1215 CIlL'NL'II,, 13.11. . . . . .CUlllICllS, N. C. EX 15426-'27 'Via-1'-I'l'n-:4Izli'Ill Hlsnlvli Vnvllllfx' 1'll1I1. IEIIT-'IIS V111-1-l'Ivsi1lvlll HI1nl4'Yl Vulllllx' Vlulv liilfxllffl - l'hn1'us, 121211-'I111 -4'l1n1'n1H. "Ur liullf ul 4l:1l'I1, nl' sllwll 111'l:1ll Shu' sn-is :I slviilluv In slmlv H11-111 :ill .Xll'sv1l1i- tu hu I' zxlmiv llvl Inll Slllfll liltlliw shmfl 4'y4'Q :ll l':llll1:4ll. SlIC'K'f'5SflIllf, ton. 40 fu 3? 'R fl V .u 4. x S xs ,Q f WHKTE HEATHER -Q I IJWWA . fiak.ai4SfI-W 2 , -- , in ff' I f Q 1 X ' 'KJ 'T' ' W. '.-L A I -' 1' ' T 1 'I 'f-. D. 7 a . ' , Y lp. pn I.: A Q vi . , X? A- ' J. 3: 'iii ' 7 Yr A ' , I mf! 5 If' - . ng V Q 1' I ,-or :, -. il ij., X- 'Q it it ei - -.3 V. it L. ,rn I. ni-- . ' . 11' . .A J, 'IV' . , I I L, , Ig.. at J i . A W . ,, l , ., ,Q - . - . 1 1 I , L . .I X . Sci:n1or lCHH1SS QTIERTRL IIE CR.XNll,XI.I., I-XB. . . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. Z I9:f:.':7-"IM, wII.A.I I...t.I.I-A xIIssI.III stmly I,.-..II.I-, Imt- stltm-1, 10127-'SN-Vltxss 4'lI1-'sr I..-ml.-I'g l'uIwlII- Iv-'I-IIIII, SH-'I.Il S--IvI-v 1'uIIIIIIitt4--'Q I'IIII and Thistlw I-lusIIIt-ss MIIII:IguI1 lE42x-'itlfvlpuss I'I'--sul.-III, SIIII-I'II:III'IIIIIII Smial lv-IIIIIIIItI'I-g l'uIIlI4- ln-IIIIIIAI, Stud:-III I'-IIIII--II H1210-'Jw-I'I--Mlluut HI SIII-lIfIII Bully, l':Il-III:-I Mn-IIIIII-I', Stud:-III I'IIuIItlI. "H--I' thlvuullls www lIuI'I-In-Ils :III :III Alpinf- III-ight I,'IIu:ltlI1-II-Il, :mtl III-I luulqlttl-I' uns III., Ilnwn " There! :I t'h:IrIn ilIclel'iII:Il1le IllTIlll! "TrIItly" that Inakes her "hail fellow" with every- one, She ix very cnpnhle, llepemlillwle, l1IINiIIn-sslike and ju-I hLIl1l1liIIg over with fun- anfl all nf this IUTllit'N her iIIdispcIIa:Ilwlc in the fvthcrx she holds and the mmt delightful uf friendx. VIRGINIA. B. L'I'NxIxGH.xxI, HAI. . . .AtlaIIta, Ga. Z 19111-'QT-Vlaxas Sw-Iw-t.II'3, .KNSINIIIIII AI'l l'ZIlIIuI', VIII- Squzulg 1'lI'Irus. Isl?-'A-wlttss I:.-III-AN-IIIIIIIIV I., .xIIIIII.II, -'Ins s.---I-.-IIII-y, 4'IIt.I-us. IEPZIN-'ZH-Aswwlzltv I-14lltIII' nl "I'iII1' .Ind TlIiStlI"', Art Ellltur, 45:-nIgl:I Vlul- l'l'I'sInlvlItL l'h1Il'Um1 1'IIIIIIII-IIIvIII--III 5I,IIxlI:II, Z'-If-sI.III Sm-in-tg' l'IItII , Virus Stntistivs, lfllll-'ZTU--Svlllul SIIIIITII-lr, Zltvsizlll Slwx-'ty l'lllII'. 4hIIu'glu Vllllv l'l'vsI1lvlll. "All tlI:It I II--I--l Imw url' III3 IlI'vuIIIS. AIIIII-I ,III-l ...InI'.II1-Il.-ss . . 'SuIIII5's" llremns lwspcnk her very mill-truly she hai her goal set OII the prrlverhinl Ntnr. And why? She plays the piunug xhe ll1ll1CCNQ she writeag she sl-.etchew-in fart, she rlnex everythiIIg :Intl due- it ntlmirahly. Sn uc see no reavni :It :Ill why in the ymrs tu come "nur SIIIIII3" will not ju-tify her Ilrcamx and our exp:-ctntiruIIN. .ll x. ww V , rg 'ig'- hx 1 hh K 'I M WHKTE HEATHER 1. sv- V' fin , Y Y L ' X sa i tx ff ph f-ki i x K I 4 hi h h h -hh 5 , . 'W ...fy V , ' V .,- K, ' - - . L, if we-51' ' - '-'-w'.f 5 '-zksy -Q.. uq.,:., f ,154 Q 6 -'uf ' '55, - -.Lf "I I sk- W 1 . 534' J ' 'fir 5' - -iii." Q , Senior Cllass I,L'ciI.i,i2 IJAYIIJ, KS. . . . . Salts-rs, S. C. Z iU2Il-'IIT VIAXA illnlivy 'l'l-HIM. 1917915 l'I':iXvl ICAAIIII l.w,i4lvIQ 4'l.la5 Ilmlivy 'Iii-ul!! 11425-'iff' Vlzlsw llnllwi Tvlllll. Vullillll-Illn-hlvlll Bl.ll'wllAll, i'li'NlIl1'lll lrl' Slrlllll l':lIulil1Il Vlllll, 1Uif1U"fIU 'l'v':1 llulrlxl IUHIIJHLVI, i'IlN!lln'lIl lil' Ii S Vllllv, '-A1,.m.l.i1l I., 1:...1, nm 14 .,.,..'..,.1 um, nh., 1.-my U! :llluvlw . . ." Hur wmild Nzlx that with thuw words we need sm no muff, Still we c':1n't keep from mumimming her illlllllilljl n-iw, hm-r vurly, hluvk hair :xml Ihr jnunty little way' she hai of wnlkilig slmxn thr- hull. EVIZLYX Nlfl,S4PN IBRAKF, HS. . . , . Port Gibson, RUSS. Z 19211-'ZJT Y. XY 11 A, 4'nxuxnllt.-1-, Ifnw- Squml. warm x' xv, .1 .il .-,...m.m.-.-. 1'IJNA'2!P ,141 nr, ix A, 1u.n.mlw-wg shi-i--im-y of mi-.-1.1, "X num-Iv 1n.mI--ii In luwr llmxl-1, ls xx:-rlll .1 llullslli-4! um! ul :illiw Iivrlxn has hc:-ll taking :l KS. vw Nha vnu teach-or so she Maya XVe Wunder if she wm1't he using hcl' kn1mIedg.5c in ll liltlv hungnluu for two. But whivhevrr :md whrltevrr shr mlurs, wr du kumx' fhv uill silrrrcd, She-K piucky. 42 74 A- . li x ,W f Wiiiirf HEATHER -Q l , fagfyby' .- . t i 65 7 , i ,i, i"'k'f5f3f3 .5 1 5 Q-. 4 --if h h VM +f eg N .5 f - fn f K x v Senior Cilass Nxxcx' Lrziz ERWIN, AB.. . . . . Pineville, N. C. I2 X 11026-'2Tf-Y. XV. AK A. 4"n!1H1l1ltn'n'. 12021-'YR-Y, XY. V. A, 4'-inilnlll--v. 11135-2975:--l':'lAl5 nl' I". M, 1' A.: Mlssi-In Sllluiy I,-uulw-x', Visws Ilwlfvy Tv.mln. 18215-'SIU---llvlll'WI' HI I". ll V. .X 1'.nInlIll-I, S.-ilvl:Ll'y ui Hpsllnli Vial Vilcilllxrlll nl Vllvln' !'r..5-'r 1:..u.1 1..'i.-nr. ' K ' --sm im, H l.ninn..m .11 wh-light , , . A In-rim: nnxmmll, nnhlx I-Innnill Tn n.un, lu 1-nrnrml :mul fulnlnnnfl " Nancy! virtues nr gund tmiw are many and varied and her four years at F. IN1. C. have only tendrrl In deepen and hmzlden, making them rirhcr and fuller. -IANETTE IfREExr.xN, A.B.. . . . .Chzlrlottc-, N. C. E X 1927-'INfY XY. I1 A. Vulnliiillvv. 1923-'1IE4f'l'I:'uSUlw'x' nl Vlciss, Bliwflull SIUII3 I.n':nlvl'g VIIISS Hfixk-lilulll 'I'-Mill, 1929-'IlllfT11-:iSuln'l HI 4'l.lSr, I'l:l3n-I' Ifnllnl I.l'1lIlr'l', 1'il'IIv SLIM-Vll:nllll.lIl. "l hun- I1-'vi-r imsm-fi yuux 1111-wlinld with :i ull--I' Hut that I ww-nt xullwut H. ww:-r :unn- ll-ginrt hungry hui ynn fr--l nn-, vzwml lln- l.Innn- .Xnll uzix-1 ilu- s-wiv-xx' :-nlznv .ind rvln t." Regardlcw nf uhm work Janette takes np, we Can reft nwurecl that She'll Liu it well, for she hm furlnewl the hrlhit of mining all thingx well. She is nut of the Iypu that is in the public ey: one day and nut the next, hut xhe's made nf the stuff that Stands the left nf the ages. You count nn her friendship, her fililhflllIlt'NS nnrl unchanging Inynlly nn matter what the nc-mher nr rircumstanves. Willie HEATHER Q is 1 4 r hiL -' N -' iii "' - y i -sl. ' J ' ' l Q, 0 x Q f 4'!..,,'1 ,l xx e ., l -'-5 . ff' fi V 1+ggif'y ' ei?" 'i'?+'a"" -A 7:1 ' '.4 Q K Y , T- -5 V X R - Q 1 i . l 5' T' ' if 1 P- fs e . e l 'wtf ' M" , f wee-.-x-.Ml . x A -- W , 2"'iy .Mex NHRA ' -n uC1Illll'OlI'l illaiss S ' C RVTH HARRIS, AB, . . . . . llrnnswick, Ga. E X lit!!! IIT lfllwf Suytlmlg "lint't1S. l1r12T 'Us-Viuss Ilwlwy Twzun, Vlaiss Tvnnis Tram, Y XY 4' x 4mixixnitt..'g Muiztgtli nth Suv.-.ir Twtnil Maiiuztuvv' nl' llstskvtlmll 'I'w:un. 1113s-'29-1'lnss H... kv-y Ttuni, 54-4-it-lnly' :intl 'I'1':-asui-wr th-tn'ux:i l'InIng Plnss Sn.-.-ltr T:-mini Uluss liatskn-tllztll 'I':'.tlt1. XY1':ntu'x' ul IQ M 4' MulifliLl:llli. P1254-'Im Y1'I.tss Ilw-Iqvy' 'l'-':tni, St-1-tv-t:ii'y :intl 'I'i.-:uni--'r 15.-nruun 4'InI-, S--niln' 'I'--:t llnmn Man- .i,.i, 4 lass h-uv--I 'l'mun' l'l.tss Has'-Imll 'l'v:un, "lull tll-' l'ult-SVS lll'v is Ili llvl, All its inyst-'xy' :intl its :nat-xii " "Rufus" is our little lliawatha anml, with her, 'All ilrcnfliecl and wlripping apple tree" is the more vividly splashed in color. And again she is a veritable "Pllt'lx,n all jokes and fanm'y', like a rash little lmy, that "merry wanilerer nl the night," who jesting in Ohcrnn, nlaltes him smile, and alyyays playing in her vast play'g1r0uml, still knows the Vtys 1t,npr tlay"s most quiet Nii1.i,nf I'i2.xR1, l1a!t1-'1lT- Blltihwll 1!'JT-'ZX -Aint-ly.n Small in lmtly for smnething tn luveliness nf ncean, star and hill. Variety' rt-plenty' and yet gi mnstant quantity' with alyx ' tl a s cms gift nf unflerstnlnling that makes ns 'tlnve her to the level nf every' need. HELM, .'X.ll. . . . . . Statesville, N. C. EX w..11,-g., inllt-uf-. , lint ilu "Xml uliwli mx ykurlt :vu vnrtll is Alum-, ,xml my mu malt nt ii-wtwn xwunn, ltlny I Ilnui-I tht' vlwxiii l'y-' nun, NYIHII- tlllnlitng still nl nllivxsf' with a heart su lwig one is not snrprisesl that she is alyy'ay's lnnking lor N!lII'lk'UllC else. "Others first" seems tn he her silent :imlwitinn and tlinse yylm really' ltnmi' her realive she has ecrtainly' attainetl it. 44- lt 9 i s f -li-L P' - W H 4.. llllng RATHER .-sg -4 ,J A ,, A .f u . 1 V . af? -. ,Q ff ??"' ,rin Wx ' i , -, if' t ' J +, i sf 2- Senior Cllass ORA DELL15 Hlixntzksnx, IIS. . . . , Little Rock, S. C. Z l02'i-'1ZT- Y NY. 1' .L Vnilnltltllt-I-. 1912?-'LIX--Y, XY 4' .X.1'fvlvllutrlvft-, Vluxw llwlt-'J Ttwalll, lhlglivllutll T1-:txll, Sn-ml 'I'wn!ll, Vtll- slfy Hn-14113 'I'ti.tnt, Mtilniulvtlii Vinh 102x129 -'viii-A u..itt.+, 'l'tttxn, s.-...ii 'rt-.ni., tm-,ivy ll.,-Inq 'I'-tum, At-tiiwiitiii -'nn- HOJSI-'jin Alf-lwul.tln Flu!- "Exn-rutitit nnlt-i.t-1nI.-n- .V " Un the hnuket Held where xhe dnrex n hall tu pxlxx herfin the l'lllNN!'UlWITl-fllld unt- uhe-ther twvrlting fir plzlting, doing or thinking, Ura Dells dixplzxyx Il real xelf-reliance, il level-llendrdncxx, which ix xure tu mean MICCYNS. li.-'KTHRYN H LNT. :lt.l3. . . . Ricltntnntl, Va. Z ifma.-27-Vtt'.'xtti,ti..,.l.in w..n.g.-, 1927-'QN fl'l'Il5r'l' HAH!! l,4'.tclt'l', llllxhlull SIVUIX ',0'.HllI', 1'l-IRQ l57lSvIu.lll TIWHXI l9fN"1ff9f'I':llllUl "l'.lli' Lllttl Tlllxllvxli, VIIXNS lltnilu-5 'Tw'1llll, Slut' I' 'rt'.llII, Ilnxltlutll ilivlllll. vii-.t s.,iig..1. 110:54-'im rl-'ii-xt tw..-YI'i.-xi.li-in zit.ixi.tii sim.-'tg milfs rmlt.-y '1'.-ini., st-i.i.ii s.rn.i,1.ii-. "Ulu, l lizttl luxwvl th-A wilu1's nl lltt' ttulltl, All I-my thingy ztll tlitrniu .-iii.-i-in-is.-, 'I'h.- glint :ind Itiunt ul ln.-'S at-lt.-nttiiim:" XVc'd he after fillllllffllllg the Charm of K:tthryn'x perxmmlity. She ix helpful, she ix xincc-rc, xhe ix IIlll'IlClll0llNlj' efhvient in all xhe slnex. Bexidex, :tx :t friend, xhe ix under- xtztnding and moxt xympnthetie. She ix gittetl with that rare hut hlexxed chnrncterixtic of Ending beauty in :ull thingx, and perhztpx that ix the secret of her lovely temperament. 49 fb , il' Fi AA X ft 11711111115 HEATHER 111655 L- f 5 4,2 i, ,LMA 1. 1. ffzif- " --, 5i+'5 ei F? 1 Vg. :,. Q q A is r 455, ,i .aigvya Sc1m111O1r 1C11a1s5 1-11.111 I1Ic1iR1'1113, .-1.13. . . . . Rnefo1'11, N. C. Z 111215. 1 1 1'11sl1411111'11I1-'1-II. 1927" N 41 1111511-1111"11lI-141, ".1 11111111 1111111 11111141-1111 11111 1111111 1111-1111, A1111 11111115 111415111 511111415 I1-rs. 01111 ll prwt 11111111 cxprcv 111 his 1111111 11111111111 11116 the 011111111 111111 111111111655 of ,'x1lT1Zl. 15111 11er 1111111 :11111 sunny exterior 116116 the 111111 111111111 herg it wh Hrs tu the sm4111111er111g 1.111111 111 the 11EDI11NHf her merr1 11rf111'11 eyex. "1Wrf111:-ss"-111111 1111111 we-1115 f111116d frvr .'x1lT111 al1111e. II1111 111111111-ilmle 111 11113111119 he-r 1111111.:li11g at n111111i11g! I1I.1RT11,1 INIQIQINNUN, 13.5. . . . . R1-11 Sp1'i11g1s, N. C. Z "1I1'1' I-Yl11wQ1 111111 11:1S1'111n11'1'11 41'1'1 :1 1111111 Ii11LZ111 111111 111ll'1111.Iv'111'1, 111111 1.111 .11111 x111H411l1" S1165 pretty -111-3 111111111111-111, shrk xuectg Nhc 61111 011111-1, N111' L':111 Sen, N110 can enter- t:1111. 11111111 further c11d1111'111v111 0111111 11111 111H11? xv .f GA N ff WHITE HEATHER I x an - .f LQ, h is 3 fp Q ,. -Tk 1" 2- - ' 22 ' Jr" '94 . 'ifle "I hw' I 5 1. 54, .3 'S K ' C I I Seniorf fll.a15.s FLMRENCIJ R,xxl1ui.l'H Plush, All. . . . . Illarlintnn, XVest Va. E X 1r-'.:v1-':7- Vlwrusg 'immls xtrrsug. xr.,rwm.'un1'1nul, Imp s-,rm-1, Y W wx .x w..l.nni:n.'-ll. T--nms Mzinzrrzvr. 1937-'UN-Pliurus. A lam:-ll:i Vlmrrg Ill:-lv-y Twznu, Bzrslullnrll 'l't:uu, '1'4nnxs 'l'v:l1n3 Blllrll-:twirl Wlulrg 'IN-nnis Zllzanngl 1' xffswgu .4'-,lrlrrlfrr-A.-rw-.lt Alrrmmlg Vulvlrr rmlrln.-, ,xtlwl-llslllg xlfmlg-V. 'lxvlnru 11-'l.vn.l.-"3 wr-lm I-1, X, s--t-i.-tyg 1fn--- van.-lr ll..t-new 'l'v:rur, rrrmtllll-.ill 'lw.nn, 'I'--mils 'l'-uni, Mnrwrzrvlrrr Vlulr, A 'Hip'-llu Vlmilg 1'lmr'us. Ilns-'lmll 'Fu-.rung Smal-r 'l'w:nlu. 11129-'30-lnrsin--se Atamnq.-r 4'wmt.- rnllulrf-r", A fm-till.. 4'h.,n, lirmllrlnll l-'lnl:'4r. I'1v-si-I--H1 Yiruinln Vlull, Il.,-114.-y Thani, AI-'ring'-.rrrr vnu-. ll .,1f ku X'.rl-sin, Imslq.-illall Tvzrm "Yun url- zu xl-ry rl--vll :it t-vvrithlrru. ,Xml Ili:-rv is nn klnri nf tluuf: in lh-' 'vvrsul wnrlll, luul xxlmt yvvu :un turn your lmnrl tw' Florence is the kind nf person one Balls versatile. Iler intelligence, athletic ahilities and Other avvnmplishments make us all marvel. Anti, Inn, she has heen entlmvetl with a mischievous, happy-go-lirulty manner which enahles her tu try the hardest uf problems and tn come through lllllgillllg. CARRIE ELIZAHISTH SHIZPARD, BQXI. . . . . Lanes, S. C. Z llvlfil-'ii'--lllt-it Vlulr, 4'hnl'uf, Il' SI t' A l'nl1illllllw-, Sn-:null l'nllr-llv l3u:lll4-1. 11127-'fx .Give Clulrg 1'll-nrus, F. M, 1' A, l'nrnmltr-w-3 Swwrrul tmllvgl- ngtirlrh-t, lfl2N-'ifilf Yiwu'-1'l'vSiti1-Ill uf Sulllll l'ul'lllllla Vlulw. 'I'I'r-:lsU!'r'I' ul Svlhml wl Mllsil, 4il"v' l'llll'1 Ch--rus. 11129-'CTO-.Vllnrlisg tjlw- Vlulrg I" Bl. V. .-X. Vulrirlvl, I!-1lIrl'nllrl1.: S1'Il'1'l1Il'5 Ulm Z1-lvs.:uri Sm-in-UH "I lrnxw grnulu rn--rry :lull I shrill grunt wis--, But ll-sr my rnvrrurm-nl slmulll llutl--r nut. Anil wud-ml lull 111 NIM-lmls :rnll In night. I must Iuxmfft mlm! I grim' wise ulwlilf' It's Il Pib that Illlyllllt' HN Prettx' and Cute-I use "cute" atlvieerllx-as Carrie shuulml ever have tn hfrther her merry heml about such lleep suhievts Kami ulwjeetsl as petlrllmgy' or over-frantic attempts to trave the Clinivfll Nll.flIif:IC'iIllCC' nl' hunger pains. l-'ur Carrie was made to he set up as queen in some m1ln's heart, rnaking him laugh, :rs she lines us, with her lil' Chault-stun hrogue :intl hen-chuckle. .Ee- 'E Q l X E 0 . Vs ffafffm' -. Ig!-:T - -.mf - 'f ' 1 X J - x.. . x heh II nfl It 3 WHITE HEATHER 4 Elfeiif' gif' shi' x 1 Q - . new . UF . 'bs . HHS I-Q I ' sw-1-H 2,1 hifi? if J s t wx S' s-.Raef AQ 5 I ' I V , Senior 'Qllams Axxni RL TH SINCIUKIR, A.li. . . . , fllaxtnn, N. C. ll "I lim- Imntlml S.,lmIl.- Alnl suvll snwlufly As is qui-I, nim- Annie Ruth rrniius :ind gues :ls tlrmnrrly :is xinyont' vmilsl, :intl her lmnk Jllltl step are s h h 'sf II Il5.lll'IlIIl'C' t at s r I n nf purpose. She is sturtlg llllfl tlepcmlululr, tim. Yiwu uill never heur anything hut l-tincl things of Annie Ruth, for you ltnmx' still wutvrs run tlcrp. lxI.XRG.-XRIYI' EXIILX' Sxirrn, A.B. . . . Shztnglmi, China I-. X 1U11II-'2f7I'l'v'sIIlI-III lvl l'l:lsS. Hlunll-lll Vullllrlly Vluss Ili-pl:-svIvI:llIxw In .XIIIII-In llultlll. Iluvli-fx Vulslly, Tvnllls Yurrllly Slllpllvs :Invl Iluululus, 4 Liss Ilmlu-5 'l'v:ivlI, l'I:Iss lI.nSk1'Ilr.IIl Tvallll, I'1:is:4 'l'I'nl1Is 'I'I-nm, XY:-1ll'w'l I-In lhsl .Xllllu-II's Sn:-utui, Y XY I' A. Umu- lII2f-'2N IIIQN-'29 1fp31uJJ14I ninth-I-, Alvnwulziin Vlnlr. I'rI:4I1Iw-nt ul Vlaws, Stvniwnt 1'mlnf-II, 'I'i--aisnilwi XIIIII-Inv Assn . -I 3 I- nv Isnt-iti, Singln-H, Vlnss llm ku V 'IU-Jlvn, Vlznss Nm-I vi 'I':'.Iln, I'I:Iss Hxlslv tII:IIl 'IX um, I' :ws Il.: .I . Ili X XX I X Im hull Tvnlll, Nluss 'l'4-llnix 'I':':I . '. Imtx n "nn N ' . . llllllllwg Xlumriglnlln lllllt fl'l'n-slmlu-nt Allllullu- Assnwlnliull, Slllwlvlil l'1Illlu'll, lluwluy Yurslly, 'l'vnx1is Yzxlsltx l'Ii-s llmlt X 'IN 1' I." ':Inl, lusw lin-Qlivlllzill 'l'w:lnl, 1'l:iSs llzistlmll 'l'1':Iln, Vlzuvs 'I' nnis 'l'I':I!uQ XVI-ziI'l'I' HI' IHS! .XIl1Iulo's Mn-1l:ll. Rllvliflulnlll Vlvllw. - -I'ru-sill--nl Atlilvtil- .Xssm'i:Itml1, Stull:- nl Iwunw II, M1um:l'.nliiI'IIxI:, Vlnss II.---IU x Twun .X pill llltw .I 5-zilvni -'Iipln-1, .-'t w-unaln slrui1.:Iit :I-4 :I Innntlnu-Itnill-" Shlnitt is nur klfilfly hcloveml "li0I.fZlII7fDllt'llH when wr hegin tn sp:-:lk in terms nl athletes Illlll nthletcsses. A wmuler on the lwvlwp field, ll nmrvrl nn the lvnslwllwnll field, illlll yes a very mirflcls nf grave :intl sp:-rd on the trnnis runrt. NVh Shmitt? 48 'X IW :it zilmnt tht' Ulyrnpirs, 1 A Wham HEATHER x f hiv? 'V 1 I A '1 ' .Q X -ff' if f1"",,fw ' 'fi Will 7 f I fy fi f HA K X X j,,4P'ifX" Qfwf 1'f- -Y, , , BA X 41, .ig ., X fi ' M ilfh ,V gg ' .. ., 1' xg ' .I " in -, 'eg V - n ,J-6" , sf . . ..-,, . 1 1 , ,. Q '35, K ,I -5. T' ,V-1 2.1 an 'A , lug: 1 L, X . 'Y -,N 3 0 'bi' - W ff . f a fi :I , .I-1: K Q . ' A " ' l " A X " 'Aff me ., . '-.'g....an-ii' Senior 'Class llmxunii Suu XRT, .-LIS. . , . . Crzncoril, N. C. li X itll' .T II.ixv-Ixnn 1'.vnl-uin.i- lull-uinv l!'fTf'1lN Y, XY, I' .X Vi-lxllllIV!:v 1f'lN-'lil llvlxilwxx XlvlmL.:'l l'lvu- :Hill 'l'IulNYI:". Vlnsw lllfliriwliv 111:50-'Qin nwuiqnx IC, X si-ix-'Ui Sv1I1Al'h.ull'ln.m Vnynllxiit.. , rlnrs Illhtnilmi "An-I rtill xx: lmvkml :Hull wllll lllw uullilwl' grvw NYIAHI ull-' xllllill 7141111 -uulvl w.1lI'y :ull alll' lxnwu ' It iNn't nnly She Nhmu it in hrr gc-ncrnl the lxIlllNlllg1, hut the knrming hnw that cnuntx-and Blanche has hnth ability :ind in her special husiness ahilitj. C NI nu' l-QL Numa XY121.1.s, HAI. , . . .XVallace, N. Z l!rQi.- Vliuilvf INST- N Vlwli -, l'rvNl-I-ni 1.1 Sill-1.-I 1-I Alun., 4'i-rmf-'u'-'lim I'-1-'unify Vullwg.-HI'-l14s!l.1 llllk- 4 "Milli-4 "ull-Lzv lllvlivwlln, Swlllillx U1 S-lliml nl Blush, 4'I,vsv1'liw-I I,v:ulr'l', V M I' X. Wm-in--u, 1'--1.x-,r Z.-I-will I.vv-muy smlmy. Vmw Ninn vi 5, 1'-'II-uf Stains: l"li-i Siiuml, 'vmirvuniiI1uvlil Nlzilwlml, llliil- H lliulxly l'l1wv:lu'HY Zvllxlull l.lI-V415 Smhh, 4'l.1-Q 4'll I l elvI', Siulln-Ill I'n!l!x1rl I lm. 1 ii.-.-,.3 urnxw, I sinu. "Ihw,cl1sw I-:iflguiw I my 4411 rlxmuv .mlx QI----51 lb :A nl-Slrwl thin!" lrurx nrutu-N, laughs, :ind hlavk Nntin inulex that gn ker-Hopping slmvn KVA! llzlll an 10:15-:ill the-r gn pnrtlx tn xnnlxc up thi- pc-rwn known :ix Funire. She-1 Il very lovely luily-U, ax all thc girl- will vu nith underline- in their voice. Uh--his the rlzirling., ut vnr he-9-r-ri-JAr-r-r-I-t-N. .-Xml, hx the Hill, Fllllil yuu tell from her picture that Eunire im! lnvcx In xlvcp? A .img N.. 49 ,J 5 W P ' L fi:-1 K' gm - f' , f N, af f 'Wham HEATHER , N V V e in li ,i:4, 'QS ff g sfeiffl-erfef eel' ' fe R ., U N -- ' ' ' x Bt. N. Q-" 1-1,- ,zqsm X '- - ' Q . Y' 1 ' , . - 4 , , Q sf 'Si' .. 1 ,F ' Scinnior Cilaiss EDITH fiRACli XVILIYMAN, AB. . . . . . Thmnasville, Ga. E X lfllri-'27 4'hnrus 19224-'29 -l'rny1-r Iinnul li.-:nh-rg :4mw.-1' Tv-:am 1929-'fltl 'l'l:u3v-I' Rahul l,1-zulvfr, Epsilon 1'hl 'l'l':-:natural sn, il I llu- nr vln- In swim- mi' frimul, 'Tis fm' mv lun' -"- 'tie for my fri:-nil alum Genuine, whole-Snuled and true, faithful even in th sesses :i Winsome loveliness that Causes one to want tn arts of magnetism :he uses to fascinate one sn. Uld wares, for she has e least of things, Edith Grace pns- ltnfm' her hetter and wnnrler what age will not Creep upon her unae a heart that will always he young and mirthful. 'iff-1 in i I ,A VL . H, HETIE HEATHER 6' ' f L "' 4 Xf Q 4 U I ,NZ D 1 'Q YY .- P F K l 5 'lf' 1 'I 55 ' . N 9-Lf D. K R bxixqsi-if --fl ' -1 - I 2 an-7. u . I T '45 , V 4 R :fi . ,I I Q -- J .I , H 1- .fr , Y 5 ' -k ' W an yang Q 5 ng , .V A., W V. rg. f 7' --Q ' W ' -.Q ar g .,,, - . svifiig, -5 ' i. '. - Q- .sl 6 dr! f 35:1 1 J . lr.. ,I b I W U -J. rw A Ar " If 5 ' f - 7 K h . F. .I . 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Ju " , I F, , fvxjfffii! , ,Q , 1 M k' 1 A , '7 , 5 .. 4, ' X I V Q G nf I, 1 ., , S2 .Q K 'ii 5 gi T ,lg f rx, " r - I M 1 .se -' 4- ,S N f mf ' sa- 5 t gwiaiire HEATHER Q W axis K- v, 'gi iT!lf"'1i' Gif-i1jT? -1 ft 'LQ ,V gig Y VJ ,-f- ff 'fir' if , 'Q -, s .,, 'sg' Semi or 'Class Poem There's a strain of music in the air That fills our souls with jov. Each heart revibrates to the tune, There's nothing to annoy, For the pine boughs are singing new songs with old gladness. Through four long years we've gathered here To study, work and play. This morning dawned as any morn, And yet it's a new day, And the pine boughs are singing new songs with old gladness. This is the day of all the days, Our life is just begun. So. as we leave our records here For greater things beyond, Slay the pine boughs keep singing new songs with old gladness. The tield of life stretches out before. VVe've each our work to do. Let's do it with our deepest might, XVirh hearts strong. brave, and true, And let the pine boughs keep singing new songs with old gladness. Then at the end of life's long road And with the setting sun, XVe'll hear the Blasters welcome voice As He proclaims, "XVell done." And the pine boughs still singing new songs with old gladness. CLASS POET. S3 X-fe at Q' I I i iiirgsgem X F 5- , 4,4 9, ,C W4 Leg! 0 4 2.1 -1-if 1 --fn -Y 1.5 ,,. I . 5 i u -q' 5 4- 1 59 1, , 'M' " EPD Jr., ATM- ,-- YW- 74,3 -,1LT, H V V ff? ,W 'A -, X -.-I., .- N - .ff- - , . ,B 7 E Q Senior History: Tale: Wi ' OLLEGI? has the power of rejuvenation. If Ponce de Leon had known about Flora JZ. 1 Macdonald College, he could have saved a world of heart-breaking agony and dxsap pointment. XVe have no Fountain of Youth, but we have a 1pring. lt has the is Tr , l linctive power of making all who drink there gain flesh at an alarming rate. The secret of our youth lies not in any fountain, but in our invigorating life. lt supp'ies us with superabundant energy, it satisfies, and it gives us the poise tn be nonchalant under the most trying circu1nstances. As: an illustration of these marvelou- qualities, allow me to use the Class of 1930. In X926 they arrived. By "they" I mean the band of sophisticated young women who entered the college of youth for better or worse in that memorable year. They were languid, weary, leased with the life which they had experienced in a long existence of seventeen jaded years. They counted in their numher valedictorians, haskethall heroines, cla s presidents, and cheer leaders who had been the pride of their home towns. There were those whose graduation from high school had heen greatly praised, others whose graduation was a great surprise. Having emerged from the glamzr of commencement, the future defenders of the Blue and Gray plunged into the depths of ennui. In that state they entered college. Now that the facts are made clear, let me continue with my tale. One of the Hrst and foremost aids to rejuvenation was a certain rule, lights out at ten-thirty o'clock. This rule had been provided for the purpose of asruring that all beauty s'eeps would be taken. Not only does sleep aid in preserving complexions, hut also it takes up a large amount of time which young women might spend in boring themselves and others. On rising in morn- ings they were invited to the dining room, where they were at liberty to dispose of all the hacon and grits to he found there. After a short while the Class of 1930 and all other ladies of the student hody were requested to walk for fifteen minutes. Now herein lies a part of the secret of youth. VVhife mere walking was permitted, frolicking like young lambs and running like rabhits were encouraged. These exercises lightened the spirit- and lifted loads of stupid care from the mind. lf Ponce de Leon had been acquainted with a mysterious quantity called vitamins and with the henefits of playful activity, he could have bought a box of grits and a pair of "gym" bloomers. On account of those possessions, the Class of 1930 lived in peaceful hliss. Some authorities declare that having won the haskethall championship and the tennis cup for I926-'27 had a great deal to do with their happiness. Thus was pa-sed an eventful nine months. Everybody was allowed to go home in May in order to secure a little relaxation after a strenuous year spent in search of lost youth. In September, 1927, the Class of '30 returned to Flora Macdonald College to continue the process of rejuvenation, It was deemed necessary by the wisest members of the class to instill a spirit of proper reverence for all things Sophomore in the hearts and minds of various Freshmen. To the critical and experienced eyes of the Sophomores the new class seemed ex- ceedingly staid and dignified. That would never do. They must act gay and youthful. The Class of 1930 was very willing to aid them in every way possible, particularly on stunt night. It is worthy of note that the Sophomores had, by that time, allowed their sophistication to wear thin enough to show a little natural exuberance underneath. l7olloyXing the excitement of the first several days they' began to accustom themselves to the new work of Sophomore English against the old background of bacon and grits. Some young ladies added chemistry to their schedules in the que't of youth. That same year an important discovery was made. Blaise busi- ness women who go to the expense and trouble of having their faces lifted could profit by this 5+ - ,Tl ,- . n:ti f Mi ii - Q Y i - n iggqin ff- -i :is -if-f' - f- --sfiil -- 'T 'AL X- xu ,L 1 WHETE Hearneo "" --- ,,,, . ss-ss s - fs- ., addition to science. If they but knew it, the chanting three times daily of "XVhan that Aprille with his shoures some," and other excerpts from Chaucer will have the same effect on the facial muscles as the most expensive massage. Certain members of the Class of '30 can give personal accounts of its benefits, and will do so gladly on the receipt of Il stamped self-addressed en- velope. ln case that sul'l'icient progress is not made in a reasonable length of time, the class would advise practicing the "Tableau des Sons," which is found in a little purple book called I2rown's "French Dictionf' Still in search of vim, vigor, and vitality, the class returned to grace the rank known as junior. Back to the college that war giving them priceless youth they came. This time they were fixed with ambition. The aspiration to win the hockey banner burned in their hearts like a lambent fiame. Suflicient to say they won it. That year they adopted as mascot the bulldog, in spite of the fact that many members thought that a little white poodle would be darling. By that phase in their existence '30 began to realize how far they had progressed from Fresh- man days. No longer were they weary with life. It seemed a glamorous adventure. just over the horizon was what men have sought throughout the ages-youth, real youth that does not assume the airs and ways of age, glorious youth, daring youth, Again we remember the sad failure of Ponce de Leon. The Class of '30 knows the secret that he sought so long. Then as a final polishing up on the work of the previous three years came the Senior year. By the time the subjects of our experiment had reached the final stage in the process of rejuvena- tion, a bored, discontented person would have to be sought with an anti-aircraft searchlight. Diogenes' lantern would be too out of date to consider using. Nobody has ever heard of his finding anybody with it at anyrate. The Class of 'go would like to have it generally known that it is a matter of pride with them that they have never yet expressed on any test paper the half of their knowledge. Some wit has said that to tell a secret to a woman is to shout it in the ear of the whole world, but that class now under discussion has always regarded as strictly confidential all matters discussed in class. Therefore, they have oft-times refused to divulge any information that they have learned even to the teachers. From the appearance of child-like guile on their faces one would never guess that they had ever heard of trigonometry and physics. Yet these subjects were very potent in aiding them to proceed from a pose of blase sophistication to one of blushing youth. The process of rejuvenation as followed by the Class of 1930 has only made use of the prin- ciple that the more you know the more there is to know. The girls of that class entered college with a false idea of their own importance. They leave it knowing that they have Hrmly established a place for themselves in Flora Macdonald's history. They entered feeling old in the ways of the worldg they leave feeling full of youth and hope, Truly college has the DUXYCI' of reiuvenation. CLASS HISTORIAN. 55 , gli t, i ,y 5 N f M 'ff 'N ,ff Worse lslearoso ...........-ff Q i4X.5us..gg - ' gf :' 1 N sr Q1.f.,Ti"""" , - f- -- ' ' ' 'YMIL-: -5 1,7 fl:-.i 7,1147 -- Q at .L ,K ,,-Q9 4 2'ff+1 '1"' -+A ,,-ge s-Q - llsasrt Will and Testament STATE OF NORTH CARULINA COUNTY or Rosesow Rm SPRINGS Vile, the Seniors, Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty, on this nineteeth day of May, as our flag, the blue and grey of the most tender memories, slowly descends to make room for the purple and white, do hereby write and declare our last will and testament. SEcTloN I. Article I. To our Alma Mater we leave our deepest appreciation and love, together with a poignant sense of having brought to completion one distinct phase of our lives, and one which, in retrospection, seems to hold the most golden and carefree hours that we have ever spent, remembering also that there are thorns mixed with even the most beautiful of roses. .-Iflifle II. To that cultured and painstaking body, our faculty, we will and bequeath the joyful relief of seeing new faces on the front row. 1Note: Also the back row.l SECTION II. .-Irlirlc I. To the incoming Seniors we unselfishly bequeath the thrill of pushing us into the cold world and the bliss which we know they anticipate in setting up their lares and penates in our warm place. .irliflf II. To the Class of '32, the soon-to-be juniors, we will the unhampered freedom of going down town three times a week, with the earnest admonition that they shall not forget to sign up outside Miss johnston's door. .-Irliflz' III. To the incoming Sophomores we leave the inevitable hue and cry and soap-box speeches after Bigger-and-Better Sophomore Privileges. To them also we bequeath the heart- clutching vision of endless Sophomore English tests. flrlicle II'. To the babies, the incoming Freshman Class, we will the delicious thrill of being away at school for the first time, and the bliss of having the DARLINGEST big sister. SECTION III. flrlitle I. I, Georgia Adams, do will my beautiful knees, my beginning to study for tests a week in advance, and incidentally my "A" pluses to Edna Vililson. .-Irtirlr II. I, Helen Alexander, do will my curl papers and big bass voice to Virginia Tate. .-Irticlr III. I, Katherine Alford, will my madonna face and my "tennistic" ability to Cor- nelia Lafferty. .-Irtiflf IV. I, Ruth Bain, do will my places as Miss Connor! right-hand man, and rip- snortin' wing on the Senior hockey team to Mary Richmond. .-Irtirlr I'. I, Irene Bennett, do will my interest in Maxton junior College Cwith tearsl and my coveted honor as Miss Ettie Brown's pet French star to Vilalker Hamer. .Irticlr I'I. I, Laura Beatty, do hereby will my astonishing resemblance to Clara Bow and my trips around the block to flirt with town talent on Sunday afternoons to Lorine Bryant. flrtiflc VII. I, Annie Sue Host, do will my prominent interest in anything that comes along, be it even rugs for the front hall, and my Pepsodent smile, to Sam Hansel. :Irlidr I'III. I, jane Carson, will my inexhaustible streams of knowledge, together with my school girl Figure Cthanks to an advertisement in Cnllfgr llunmrj, to Mary Mills. :Irticlf IX. I, Jennie Cassady, do reluctantly will my place at the table by Miss Connor, and my white pitcher, if whoever borrowed it ever brings it back, to Helen VVicker. Hlrtiflf X. I, Nancy Conduli, do will my vocalistic ability to get up on C sharp and dangle my legs, also my little sister Ellen, to Mildred Fearrington. .-Irticle XI. I, Curtis Coppedge, will the responsibility that is loaded upon my slender shoulders, and my annual boudoir on Vardell third, to Bert McKenzie. 56 is . is . W . 'L . g HKTE loleairaoie " 71 Elflifff' fcgi' 4' ' ig g 'V .-Irlirlr XII. I, Dorothy Council, will my red georgette dress, my flirtatious brown eyes, and my time-worn expresion, "perfectly beautiful," to Blanche Campbell. .Irlirlr XIII. I, Gertrude Crandall, do will my poker face at student body meetings, my tat Pittsburgh papers, and my secret passion for detective stories, to Lee lla Pence. .-Irliclc XIV. I, Virginia Cunningham, do hereby will the Ilnuse uf Usher, XVest I, my optimism, and Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the blue alarm clock with the soprano voice, to Adele Andrews. ' .-Iriitlr XV. I, Lucile David, will my unfailing sweetness on all occasions and my town friends, including Lightnin' Buie, with many tears to julia Bradley. .lrtirlv XVI. I, Evelyn Drake, will my soft cot at the practice house, also my habit of ree arranging furniture every morning at 5:30, to Ellen Mac Dannald. .-Irliclr XVII. I, Nancy Erwin, do will my beautiful black hair, my brother Frank Thomp- son, and my part as angel in F. M. C. A. pageants, to Evelyn Noel. .Irlirlr XVIII. I, Janette Freeman, will the attractions of Elon College and my other tooth brush, to Grace XVard. ,Irlltlr XIX. I, Ruth Harris, will "my life, my joy, my fooil, my all the worid"-the tea- room, and my red convict bob, to jean Currie. .-Irliflc XX. I, Pearl Helm, do will my front seat in German class and my reputation for getjng up my lessons, even including parallel on time, to Martha Purcell. .-Irliflf XXI. I, Ora Dell Henderson, will my long print dress and my unfailing help to girls on chemistry problems to Ann Henry. qlrtirlf XXII. I, Betty Hicks, do hereby will my "startling pianistic efforts," willed to me by Lucille Davis of last year, and my warm seat on the council, to Dorothy Pauline XVall. ,Irlirlc XXIII. I, Kathryn Hunt, will my big hair pins and winter sunrises to Kyle Carson. flriiflr XXIV. I, Alma McBryde, do will my name as Flora Macdonald beauty expert, my red hair, "It," and other alluring qualities to Ella McGowan. XXV. I, Martha McKinnon, will my pretty face and town fellow-we all know flrliflc wha-ti Frances S.:c'e. In case of Miss Steele's proving unworthy, the forementioned articles go to Mima Stiles. .lrliflc XXVI. I, Florence Price, do will my diqinctive type, my terrible habit of studying continually, and next year's photographer from VVhite's Studio, moustache and all, to Hub Mcllwinnen. .-Irlirlr XXVII. I, Carrie Shepard, will my black marcel and custom of laughing at the unpsycholngical moment to Margaret Burgess. .lrliflc XXVIII. I, Annie Ruth Sinclair, do will my "dark and brooding glance" to Sue Iyle Bartlin. .-Irlicle XXIX. I, Margaret Smith, do will my affectionate nickname, "Shmitt," and my fifteen-minute dates on Monday nights, to Zaidee Smith. Jrliclr XXX. I, Blanche Stewart, do will my intellect, my intelligence, and my intellectual- ity, to Ailleen VVilliams. .Iriirltt XXXI. I, Edna Carlson, will my "Vic," Sonora Carlson, records included, to Esther Hutchins, with the warning not to play it after light bell on Saturday nights. .-Irliclr XXXII. I, Mary Eunice VVells, will my ability to play anything that faintly re- femlzfes a piano, also Miss Caldwell, with the radio thrown in, to Lucile Morton. .-Irliflr XXXIII. I, Edith Grace XVildman, will the joy of giving out specials on Sunday, and my inclination to argue points, to Ruby McDonalrl. In witness whereof, we, the Class of I93O, set our hands and seal this nineteenth day of May, Anno Domini, one thousand nine hundretl and thirty. Il"ilnrsrrs: BERT MACKBSZIE. SALLY Kmav. 57 Jo JORDAN. -xl ',E -7 " I4 . A., -Q gg- at . W ,.,,.,... Wi' fr ' W :S xhtml -- it Q - - . at X, UL gg? Waite Hearaeia X X ef - Q. glee ee l' f Senior Class Prophecy "There I-Lear an olil -'woman ll'fm lifzwzl' in a rlmr, Slit' had .ro many clliliifrn Shi' Lfirillil lmnfw -what to do." But one day she decided to give them a birthday party and invited all thirty- three of them back for a big reunion feast. For days she had been getting things ready. The tiny house had not received such a cleaning for five years. lt gleamed from heel to toe. The windows were quite open, the laces having been removed and washed, and from each of them poured a cloud of dust. Inside was a veritable fog, created by my vigorous sweeping, for the old lady had set me to work. Bly arms and back were aching. XVhy couldn't the old woman afford a vacuum cleaner? But, of course, she was too thoroughly Scotch to consider getting one for me as long as there was an old broom in sight. However, as the dust settled, l realized that l was just as excited as the old woman over the prospect of seeing my classmates again. Soon the dusting was finished, the laces back in the windows and smoke poured again from the chimneys. The house was in order. Already the guests were arriving. Annie Ruth Sinclair had driven up in a Sinclair taxi, bringing ,lennie Cassady, Alma lllacliryde, Lucile David and llartha Klcliinnon. Annie Ruth had taken over lllr. Ammond's Taxi Service and Sinclair Taxis had become a standard in Robeson County. lt is said that Annie Ruth got her start riding Seniors home from town walking period. Jennie was librarian at F. RI. C. As she spoke, l leaned closer to catch her whispered word that Helen Alexander couldn't come. She had gone as a pioneer with Byrd's colonization expe- dition to the South Pole. Alma lNIacBryde had a Beauty Shoppe in Red Springs, where she gave special rates to the college girls. She was an acknowledged authority on the care of the hair and her articles in 'Good Looks" of the IIv0lI1Ill1'S Home Com- fwmiun were classics. Lucile was a leader in the Red Springs young married set. llartha had been for several years associated with Gardner's making new cake recipes, but it was rumored that she intended to resign shortly and take up matrimony. ,lust then a plane landed at our door. Pearl Helm stepped from the cockpit, followed by Ruth Bain, Ora Dell Henderson and Laura Beatty appeared from the rumble seat. Pearl was an aviatrix and had been in the VValter Reid Hospital the past two weeks with a fractured arm. Ruth was head nurse there, having won her laurels in the recent war between hladagascar and Afghanistan. Ora Dell and Laura. jointly famous as inventors of a toothpaste for chickens, were dietitians in this hospital. Kleanwhile Blanche Stewart, lfdna Carlson and Curtis Coppedge had arrived from New York. Blanche was quite an eminent critic and her book reviews appeared frequently in the Sntznrlny Rr'wiz"1c'. Fd had really succeeded in journalism and we read her column in the AYVTL' York S1111 with great avidity. Curtis was doing wel- fare work. She told us that Kathryn Hunt and Ruth Harris wouldn't be able to 58 F4-sh, ,Sli . . S 2-reef A A , T CM, 7".,, C .nm N ge A- e .- -Z +: S s' X af I for A 'fr " 1- ' G35 itmigfsf' i ' 5 x x K B Warre Hearaeia ti f , s eeee f come because they had gone to the South Seas as missionaries to a tribe of tree dwellers. Another plane had landed with Betty Hicks in the cockpit. It semed that she had married a widower with three airplanes and six boys, so Betty was nurse and super- intendent of six orphans ou her own hook. XVith her was Irene Bennett, who had been conducting personal tours through France the past three years. Betty brought a radiogram from Katherine Alford to the effect that she and Sue Bost would be a day late. They were both at hlontreat. Katherine had a little gray home on the top of Lookout. Sue had had a successful three years on Broadway, but did not rind the life of an artist so free after all, and had given it up to become fishing instructor at Montreat. There was another group: Nancy Erwin, who had just got out a patent on her new non-removable coljiee potg .lanette Freeman, with a matronly air, saying her life was just one little Boyle after anotherg an individual in a slouch hat, glasses and Hat-heeled shoes-Sunny, who had taken up archaeology with a passion: Georgia Adams and Dot Council, who were doing a Sister Act in Keith's, billed "The Long and Short of It." VVho was this with a limousine and a liveried chauffeur? VVhy, it was Carrie Shepard, Eunice VVells and four nurses, each carrying two babies. Carrie and Eunice had just returned from their joint concert tour in Europe. Eunice created quite a sensation with her eight babies-all of them under two years old. It was rumored that Eunice adopted them temporarily and returned them to the orphanage at the age of two. Carrie said they had left Nancy Conduff and Shmitt in Europe. Nancy's concert tour was not complete, and Shmitt, who held the American tennis title, was playing an international tournament that day. lleanwhile, an old Ford had rattled up. Florence Price was at the wheel and with her were Gertrude Crandall, Evelyn Drake and Edith Grace VVildman. Flor- ence was thin and slightly stooped. She had become practically a recluse, working on her chemical analysis of the suppressed desire in the species Homo Sapiens. Evelyn was chairman of the National Investigations Committee and she found her bacteriology a great help in improving sanitary conditions. Gertrude was also in YVashington doing social service work. She was back of all this prison reform movement. Edith Grace was assistant to the postmasterrgeneral. She often planed to Florida for the week-end, where she found an outlet for her musical propensities, playing the carillon in Edward Bok's tower. lVhen the last girl had scrambled out of the Ford, the old woman counted heads and found that all of her children were accounted for. Then: "She gmizif Illrm .mmf brollz Wiifmut any bread, .'lmIf1.L'0ipfffd Ihrm all rnumfly, .Ind sent Illrm In limi." S9 iii,-L-2. ',,. K '- WMM HEATHER f 0 J N ' 'B X A - '4'-6? .. 'Ea' L X, W, ' v ff -,4 ,4 , , fK L- 'fmirf' X -v " - Z-2 - : -f X N K ffkff- H5-' . U 5, '4 . . F 1 'l V 4 ,F '. 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ISABEL Rm' BIARX' RICHAIUND x..z 1-Q..-v-.M-E..-ami ZAIUEE SMITH FRANCES STEELE Mm.-x S'r11.Es IGN Q x -0 T' we-r , . 67 mf? " xx . EQ ...,. A f ', -GL. Y W A , -NTT! 4: ,bl E x 1 .QI WHETE IHIEAIIIIQIIEIQ qi i A'-f ing! Mfr ,PI , ..- E I "ff'i" ,::f1 I agieff is 'SP' ,Q 3 A A f . g' M... ' I f ,WL 3 Q Junior Class l VIRGINl.A TATI2 PXL'I.INE xV.XI.I, GRACE XVIIIRII S,II,I.IE XVATTS HIILITN XVICKER AII.IzIaN XVILI.I.mIs EDN.-I XVILSIIN K1AY wVRENN x , , LG fy T 1 1 ,iight F Qu.-e C -Y, Y f , by .9 Warre lslearrieie, s. - A- Q Qlhumioir Class History 5' :N September IU, 1927, the arrival of one hundred and ten Fd s . 4 l'l'CSl1lI1Cllf caused much excitement among the old girls, espe' cially among the "Big Sister -Iuniorsf' Now it must not be supposed that in the midst of all the excitement the lfreshmen, the Class of '31, were calm and dignified, even though they made a mighty effort to appear so. But after the neyer-to-be-forgotten day on which the Sophomores delighted in making them feel "green," and in the dark of night conducted them as immigrants through the gym window on an unusually springy board, they really began to feel rather secure and somewhat at ease. Then began the usual work and play with most satisfying results in the play department anyway. Namely, the winning of the basketball championship, and thus acquiring the privilege of chal- lenging the faculty team to the game of the season, the results of which they are far too modest to mention. VVhen again they came to Flora llacdonald, this time as Sophomores, a great transformation had taken place. No longer were they green and timid Cat least they did not so consider themselyesl, but each loyal Sophomore endeavored to produce just such feelings in each wayward Freshman. Especially enjoyable to each Sophomorish heart were the nursery days of the Freshmen, the Sophomore nurses taking care to train their charges in manners meek and humble. Through the means of Sophomore English and other diihculties they weren't exactly com- fortable always, but they were greatly cheered by the fact that the Class of '31 won the basketball championship and the athletic banner. And soon commencement time carrie and they saw their big sisters receive their diplomas and realized that they were juniors, and in- stead of having big sisters they had little sisters. Though the Class of '31 is an unusually large Junior Class, many of their companions of Freshman and Sophomore days failed to return to help them bear the enormous .lunior responsibilities which were sudden- ly theirs. But together the returned fortyenine of them labored over showing sisterly affection toward their newly acquired little sisters, and placing the purple '31 upon the hockey banner. Now they are anticipating the next semester with its work and play and -lunior-Senior: 59 .Q r Waite HEATHER p -,Min a wa MSM. y Q ' 65 Y I Y N "" 1 ,R S -- ffl l-' 75 Qi., g-1 f- 4'-V - 2 fn ,ff af- - 'f' as N 4' yggw 5.:,-,,way,,Q QMKRQ ffunior Class CP0em F. IW. C. 1 I am so glad tlrat tlve ceiling leaks Little spots on tlve bed and floor. Tlvere is sometlring so utterly, rutlvlessly good About rain that I simply adore! I am so glad that tlve swamp is free And red birds swoop at your will, For out in the world tliere are things to be had, But you have to foot tlie bill! 70 . f- in Qigw v Hl1rE HEATHER if X 'W T Q7 x - Q lv g01 ."' Mu 6--I ul-wg 2 I-Leu TS ,, o ,..,, x . d. F ff., N117 hs "P .Vind I ,.?kHfGHQ if ,Q E l S SM., u.,+Jg.'2,,,L, ' :if-'ifibi' .. ' . F. "-. ' Q55 gwfzfw nf - .15 'gui f' '93 J . 11'-Wi. is , "" fa. vf :gl ' 2,2 . 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' hilt. - 'X ,V KL fr X x Jjq X 'K " 1 - W. 1 R' 1 fd PL 'WHETE HEATHER gg , ' sk - , 'FE - +g 'f 5 ,-' ff ' c?ERTRL'l7E CRANIJALL l'f'r.vidr11l of Sfzzdvnls' .flxsnlialinrz 87 - .1- 1 , ,4 ,- ' 4-'--f- -231 y , . - Q5- 3 HA:-1 - . W A -W L if K 3 .- - WHKTE HEATHER '- 5 e so ffoefsfeffffl A .K- N I ,Q t t t Z 'R mi:-gf' ' 5 359- L gf s eye' o M -Q ,qw-nasty Student Council THE PURPOSE The purpose of this Association is to unite the stu- dents of Flora lllaedonzild College in :in earnest and loyal effort to hold personal honor as the only true stzindnrtl for eflicient social living: to einphzisize the ini- portanee of self-control, and to develop the sense of per- sonal responsibility. Oifrieizizs C,iER'IRUIlE CR.-XNl'lAI.Ir. . . . . . . . . . Pffsxdfnl 'S SUE Host ...,,. . I'irr-Priszdrnl ESTIHLR HUTCHINS . , M BEWY Hicks Mnouen FEARRINGTON JOSEPIIIXE XVALKER EI,IZAHli'lIl XVn.sox NANCY EM BERS Coxutnf 88 . Sffrvlzzry K:X1'IIRX'N Au-'ORD Ligens Morrow M.xRcfxkE'r E. Smrrn lYlARY Fumes VVELLS F if N : ,th 'ipvy fx in ,L X M M A LTTE HEATHER w x 'Q WL? tx. .,, wh avi" l Ln lj? , ,L 13 - , 4 tv 89 ,, in A . 5 ,.-if If A il. H rig: i?:ii, - f' JY K ' -4-l M ' TH sn 'fyifa in 5 -A I, V' K Q?-I fia, -- V. rf' ' M , , J Nlitgq.-:L FE 'Kg X X' if Wa E EILIIIIIEI A sf I 2, 'I Q Q " ' .S X 'TN 15 f Flora Macdonald Christian Association THE PURPOSE Q Thr Flora lblardonald Chrixlian .lssnfialinm ajfrzniriy Ihr Chrixtian faith in God, lin' Father, and in Jrxux Christ, His only Son, our Lord and S111-inr,' and in lhf Iloly Spirit, the Rffvmlfr of Trulh and tht' Sourrr nf pofwrr for lifr and srrfvirrg llltfifdlllfl to Ihr tvarhing of thr- lloly Sfrijvturrs and Ihr fwitnvsx of tht' fhurflz, dfflarfs its jIin'pn.w to lun' To lmd studrnis to faith in Gm! tlirnugh Jrxus Christ 5 To lrati Ihrm into !lIl'lIll7I'I'IfIlf and Jrrfuilr in Ihr Chrixtian Cf1IH'l'h,' To jvromotr Ihvir yrafwth in Clnistiun faith ami t'l1anIrtI'r, rxfwwinlly Ihrnugh thr study nf Ihr Biblr. To influrnn' thfm In Jmiali' tln'rlI5I'lfw.v in Iuzilml rjffnrl with all Christian: to makirm thf fwill of Christ fffrftifzu' in lzumzuz sufirty, and In rxtI'nIiirIy thc Kingdom of God through tht' fwurld. CABINET KATHERINE ALEORD . . ...,, ..... P rfsidnzt LLICIIIE MOR'f0N ..,,. . . . I'icr-Prrsidrfrl RUTH RAIN ....., . . . Trmsurfr HELEN ,ALEXANDER . ,,,. Sm'rrlar'y IQATI-IIEIEY PE'I'IAvs'.u' . . liililw Study Cirflr JIZNNIE CASS.-xm' . . , Sofial SI'I'Ivi1'r Cirflt' JULIA BRADLEY . . . . Mixsionary Cirilr ERMA NARRON . . . Rrligfious .'ll1't'li11g15 Cirilf NANCY ERWIN . . ..... l.iIn'ury Cirrlr ESTHER HLITCIIINS . . . Snfial Cinlr HELEN XVICKER . . . Puhlirity Cifflr' CARRIE S1-IEPARD . . ..... Musir Cirrlf GERTRLJDE CRANDAI1. Presidfnt of Sllldflll Body fi Www HEATHER -nf, 1 f A 1 N 'M xi O fl X syl 5. :Lu V W L ve, . 5 2 Q- 9 'gait 8 . . if JE 1.313 7 ,Av .' 5' ' f 5 . N85 .'m-'a 3? IRA, 1' ' I 2'n5?7 "' .f 'QR ffffvffsn . Megs ,,3g,, 1. 'I-, wc: ,N .V WF' ' E W" I J QQ P' ' . 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T i TT'T-l- ii-5 h '- Epsilon Chi Literary Society HELEN ALEXANDER li.-KTHERIXE ALEORII BEVERLEY BARKSDALE FRANCES BARNIYELL LAURA BEATTY ANNE BEOINGER SARAH BEDINCER KENT BENTLY MARX' LEE BLALOCN ANNIE SUE BOST JULIA BRADLEY LORINE BRYANT MARGARET BRYANT NELLIE BUIE WILLIE LEE BUIE NI.-XRCARET BURGESS ALMA BYRO NELI. CAMPBELL IAIENIBERS EDNA CARLSON HELEN CAROWAN JANE CARSON KYLE CARSON JENNIE CASSAOY ELLEN CONDUFF NANCY CONOUEE LETHA COI-ELANO MARX' ELLEN CORRY DOROTHX' COUNCIL ANNIE LAURA CRUVVELL SUSAN DARBX' THELMA DURANT ELIZABETH ERvIN BEATRICE ERWIN NANCY ERWIN JANETTE FREEMAN WVILMA FUSSELL KATHERINE fy.-XLLOVVAY JEAN GILLS BEATRICE GLISSON FRANCES MCUIRT GRAHALI ELIZABETH HANSEL RUTH HARRIS SELINA HARRISON PEARI. HELM MARX' ELIZABETH HELMS ELvA HERRING BETTY HICKS LUCILLE HUNTER ESTHER HLFTCHINS ESTHER JOHNSON fl.-XZEL KINLAW LOUISE KIXLAW' LUCY LEE KUX'KEND.ALL LULA MAE LANCASTER FRANCES LOVE THELMA MCCALL NANCY MCCLELLAN EDITH MCCONNELL DOROTHY MCCREIGH1' JEANNETTE MCLAL1GHlIIN LOIS MCLEAN ELIZABETH MCNElLL LOUISE MCNEILL MARGARET MILLER MAY OLA MILLER MARY MILLS IQATHERINE MOORE ERMA NARRON EVELYN NOEL CLARA OGILVIE EVANGELINE PE NDLETON MARTPIA PICRETT ELIZABETH POMEROY PAULINE PORTER FLORENCE PRICE MARTHA PURCELI. KATHERINE SMITH MARGARET E, SMITH ZAIDEE SMITH FRANCES STEELE MARY LOU STEVENSON HLANCHE STEVVART LILLIAN STEWART MIMA STILES VIRGINIA TATE ANNIE THOMAS EUNICE THOMPSON HELEN THOMPSON LOUISE VON CANNON JOSEPHINE XVALKEK SALLIE VVATTS EDITH GRACE WILIJMAN ALICE NEEL WILSON ELIZABETH WILSON MAY VVRENN 93 -ff A " f E ' 'fn W-tr I , rm. 'fad .ll . . gawk., ,QW WHETE HEATHER S-.:EiRiQ,iwl" '73 l " 55,1551 -v!"':"5lE Q Z , I f IQ I ' Q? ' 3" 'ix' Vx X - Q V Q "1 K he Q -- ' Vg f-3 I+ ,fs ig 4 'fr -9 I 'QI -lf, ZETEEIHH I Zctcsnaln litcralry Society Colors: Green Cllld XVIIIIQ FlU'LL'I'f.' I.ily-uf-the-Valley OFFICERS MARY ELNICE WI'I,I.s . ..... ....... P 7Y'Jiffl'7ll KIX'I'lIRXN HI'x'I' . .... ,..,, I 'irxl I'iIr-Prr.viI1I-:Il Munn' LAxImIs. , . . CARRIE SIIPPAIIII . . . HPIIN XVICKER . 1iI.I.I1x 1N1cD.'IxN,xI,n . . R4mIeIz'I.x IVIACKI-.NZIE . VIRGINIA CIINNINGIIAM . , K:Xl'Ill.EPIY Ph'I'I.xw.-xx' . MISS N1lIIDRIiD r1'!7NE . . 9+ Qu A! 4 , , Srmrnf I'II'1'-l'f4'5IIf1'I1l Rrmrdingf Snrvlary . Carrfspandinff Sn rrlury . . . . Trra.vurI'r . . Crnxor . . Crilif . - Chaplain . phlfvisor eq I, - JL S Ziff:-'ir 'A I ,I :- . IA, , CK..-Sk' ' WHETE HEATHER 11 li.. gy- v E .Q EEE. A 'ZA ' X ms -M Y ,,. A NTT? TT ' ig , Zctcsian Literary Society GEORGI.A ADAMS .ADELE Axnnsws RUTH BAIS IRENE BENNETT SUE LYELL BARDIN LAL'RA BORDE.-REX DoRo'rHY BOVYDEN MARGARET BL'R'mN CARRIE BYRD ETHEL BYRIJ NIILDRED CARR BLAXCHE CAMPBELL ERMA CHANDLER GLADYS CLARKE LL'cILLE CLARKE CL'RTIs COPPEDGE GERTRL'DE CRANDALL BERTHA CUNNINGHAM VIRGINIA CLNNINGI-IAM JEAN CIQRRIE LL'CILLE DAvLD EVELYN DRAKE IRENE EDGERTDN ELIZABETH EnwARns LIZZIE ELLIS 5IlLDRED FEARRINGIIDN RIEMBERS LL'cILLE FLOWERS FANNIE I-'0RREsT ALMA FREEMAN .ALICE GREYARD XVENA HAMBAUGHT MAL'nE H.lMIL SARAH HAMILTON NV.-XLKER HAMER JANIE M. HENDERSON ORA DELLE HENDERSON .AXN HENRY ECNICE HOYLE Ii.-XTHRYN HUNT ELEANQR HL'cHEs ANNA JENKINS LILLIAX JENKINS JOSEPHISE JORDAN MARGARET KELLY CURXELIA LAEEERTY xfARY LAXDIS TREYA LYNCH .ALMA MCBRYDE LOL'IsE NICCUTCHEGX ELLEN MCDANNALD Rum' MCDONALD ELLA McGowAN .ANNIE NLCILVVIXEN IVATEEX NLCIXTYRE MARX' LACY MCIYER ROBERT.-1 NIACIQENZIE MARTHA MCKINNON MARY ANN BIALLISOX NIYRTLE LEE NLAXDEYILLE LUCILE MoRToN FRANCES MONROE PA1'IENcE NEXVLAND Ims PAIGE DELPHIA PARKER FRAXCES PAITON LEE ILA PEXCE 9 EIA? Ii.-XTHLEEN PETYEXYAX' GLADYS PITTMAX LAURA RACIIELS LENA RACHELS ISABEL RAY LOL'IsE RAY BIARY RICHMOND NIARY ROBINSON CARRIE SHEPARD MARY BLLAE SMITH LIARJORIE SMITH LIDA STACY ETI-IEL SToL'T VIRGINIA TIYYNMAN SARAH Lf.-KYLOR IRENE THOMAS D0RoTI-IY XVALL BIARY EL'XlCE XVELLS MARJoRIE WEATI-IERLY ANNIE MAE XVELSCH NELLIE NL-YE XVI-IITTED HELEN XVIQRER JOSEPHIXE XVILDMAN AILEEN XVILLIAMS EDNA VVIIASON NELLE Yorsc A R ig M1-'1 4 ' -I .,, " .f Ein? ff? f , H ' .. 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M-if 14 3, RQ ,ffgf 5 "W , Q , X lil' j WZ 1? f ,wir A , ,,4,ef-f,4A.N TALE 'SZ PIE ATUIQZEJQ ,1 1 1' If A '11 1 1-1 21, 1, ww- - 1 1 , 1 .V 1 ,-1, 1 '11, ,11. ,1 .1 1 11-' 5.1 ,11 . 411 , 1 1 1 A 1 1 - 1 " ' ' . fQ.,,.,-.1-'-:J ho: x l is 9" A i l f W Z 13 J ' P S li fm '-X I fxj bx ' EEA 35 XX wg Q3 -59 FL Q ,J- .fx N X C Sllary and Her Little Lamb 1 Slflost CPopular 1 'Betty Hicks I L K e l K 5 Y I ? A E ii Q 5: . I ' f "f ,Q J,Cf""1f2-X WA3... z' A 'Q'-,- ' 6237? 5 i A MQ ms A, 5 - in f ' 9f'a.f,-af' E' H 'J' Old King Cole 1 Happiest 1 cylnne Sllclllwin n ff? Yfm r .. L. ' M- fd , '.f,,v -. if ,:"" X.-,Z is , X' "T 5 A . I S51 ff' A - I3 . Z5 . X ' I I fr-4 3 1' x . xx I I ,ll H N I -Vjlgllhx ,tvhl ,x , ,Q v , , J' I LQEJ ' ff , UZ flu ' , i:FFfSTf5, V56 '- , , ,: ' , A Q "W v:'.f:..N.,f.,' ' . .-qi: " gifvag, " ' .N Mlm ' H , " 1, 9 , 'f'-fl fiffg n":" Way Shaieen 1 Carrie Shepard 9 4 . vi X tm :I ef 'wr-nr:rE HEATHER iz sr. ss. Q -- 2, t' 1 4: -1 gf- - es 7 '-4 -Q -c'iiQ okcs Ruth: "Seven weeks from today you will be abnormal." Kathryn: "How so?" Ruth: "You will be AB." 1 1 Aflelle: "Do your shoes hurt?" Sunny: "No, but my feet do." 1 1 Sally Ivattst "I've been sitting here an hour and the vanishing cream hasn't moved yet." 1 1 Frances Barnwell: "Should a person be punished for something he hasn't done?" Miss Munroe: "Of course not." Frances: "XVelI, I haven't done my Eng- lish yet." 1 1 She laughed when I sat down at the piano. Some fool had removed the stool. 1 1 "The wisest crack of all is to keep the one in your face closed." 1 1 "How can I make anti-freeze?" "Hide her woollen pajamas." 1 1 And now the story of the dumb freshman who thought no man's land was the women's gymnasium. 1 1 Mrs. Looper: "VVhat is the highset form of animal life?" IVena Hambaugh: "The giraffe." 1 1 Trudy: "IVho was Bacchus?" Ed: "The god of wine, silly." Trudy: "XVhat's he god of now, stupid?" 1 1 Betty: "VVhere have you been?" Irene: "On a guessing contest." Betty: "Thought you had a test in French ?" Irene: "I did." 1 1 Florence: "If I'm studying when you come in, jane, wake me up." 1 1 Nelle says nothing disturbs her piece of mind. 1 1 No one has ever complained of a para- chute's not opening. 1 1 SELECTED "VVhy are there so many onions on the campus?" "So all the girls will know their onions." , W are unhappy." Eunice: "Yeah? And I had been wonder- ing why I was so miserable." 1 1 Love is a funny thing. You never know what it is going to do tn you until you meet the wrong man." 1 1 A woman can't be happy unless she finds some way of using her brains. 1 1 "Give me a sentence using the word 'writhe.' " "I writhe every morning at theven-thirty." 1 1 "I want to ask a question about a tragedy." "All right." "VVhat's my grade?" 1 1 Angel No. 1: "How did you get here?" Angel No. 2: "Flu." 1 1 Miss Carson: "Give me the principal parts of swim, Helen." Helen: "Swim, swam, swumf' Miss Carson: "G0odg now, of dim." Helen: A'I'd rather not." 1 1 It isn't the original cost of a dog that counts: it's the pup-keep." 1 1 Jennie: "VVhat is a rare volume?" Miss Sample: "It's n volume that comes back at the right time." 1 1 VVhile Bert McKenzie was at home she was missing for three days before police finally located her in a "pay as you leave" bus. 1 1 "Am I the First girl you ever kissed ?" "IVell, you are the last, and the last shall be first." 1 1 Lucile: "I saw a man swallow a sword." Mary: "That's nothing-1 saw a boy in- hale a Camel." 1 1 Edith Grace read her composition before the class. Miss Fain: "Is your composition original?" E. G.: "No, I made it up myself." 1 1 Kent: "VVhat was the name of our presi- dent twenty years ago?" Lucy Lee: "VVhat?" Kent: "I-Iooverf' 13 ss gg-gg V F 1 Q 1 1- ,H I I 1 rg WMM HEATHER Q 1-H gg . .. 'N - . QQ - .AX , ...irgbggd-g 65 ' 1 - -' ' M v , Y , Rf, , H ff M ' 'jim if M Q T? f ' f if f EQ ' 135 Kf wg xv 'fi I - I.,-aes-'g, Em-fa aa? W or ST g ' Q FLORA MACDONALD COLLEGE FACTS Graduates are securing positions ev- erywhere, and are earning excellent salaries. Three thousand alumnae are engaged in 60 different occupations. Forty-one branches of Alumnae As- sociations have been organized: 41 in North Carolina, 8 in South Carolina, 1 in New York, and 1 in Washington, D. C. Ten F. M. C. girls are in mission fields: China, japan, Africa and Mexico. AIM To be rated not by the number of students, but according to the class of work done. To make the college an institution for teaching how to take part in the world's activities and the joy of service. To declare emphatically for develop- ment of Christian Character through the study of God's Word. THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION HAS GRANTED TO FLORA MACDONALD A STANDARD "A" RATING Established 1888 A Quarter Century of College Photography FI rflfsf f C! 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Washington Boulevard 1 Chicago Teleph MONROE 7080 6' 'X lye on 1 -mm an In .ei i ' X ,' ' bd Qs, ' n ""'m . ff E 'X ' N E o . . MRA f 'Ky , Y W 2 JL L-u-, l V Pwr ' E' 5 E+ if-fe fe- E WHETE HEATHER X g gl " " fb Q-' E E' N, The Cumberland National Banlc 'rlll-J Elizabeth Specialty Shoppe MN. l, .- T.mn..n.l Ladies' and Cl1ildren's Wear l'lwll- IHS l.lllnIwl'lnn N of Fayetteville FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 305 Resources Over S2,500,000.00 Large Enough to Protect You Small Enough to Know' You FRANK H. STEDMAN, President MCLEAN 86 STACY Attorneys and Counsellors at Law The National Bank Building I.l'Hl'il'IR'l'0N. N. f. EFIRD'S DEPT. STORE General Merchandise, Notions, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, and Shoes lumll tm. North 1'-nw! HOTEL LORRAINE NV. H. l'I.L'MMEIl. l'rulv, A Good Hotel in Lumberton, North Carolina Come to McNEILL CLEANERS W. J. COUNCIL'S DEPT. s'roRE Ras ' .N.C. e Prmgs Everything You Need DONATED BY A FRIEND Q. me 5 l f - . FL ' il 1 A , Lf X J' 9 L I I Lf! fc- ar - 1 7 W- 'sf-"" 1, 1 x 1 'WWW HEATHER l x 75 H SSNWX ef - Q Q" Q-Autographs W AW in Tfmz WORLD'S' LARGEST PUBLISHERS OF COLLEGE ANNUALS PRINTING C0. NASHVI LLE KTENN lzAnulJAn'l'lms 0 fr A Irrieie R it L I' WHETE HBA Q gB!lmu,! .. i iii- X an s,. Q'- 2 . ,N . , Q , ,, X Q, , f , ik -- .wgcgg ' Q Directory of Students ADAMS, CJEORCIA . ALEXANDER, HELEN . . ALEoRn, KATHERINE . ANDREWS, ,ADELLE . . HAIN, RUTH . . . BARDIN, SUE LYELL . . BARHAM, DELANIE . . BARRESDALE, BEVERLY . BARNVVELL, FRANCES . . Bennettsville, S. C. . . Charlotte, N. C. . . Kenly, N. C. . . Rowland, N. C. . . . VVade, N. C. . Chadbourn, N. C. . Summerfield, N. C. . . . Sutherlin, Va. . . Burlington, N. C. CRALLOVVAY, KATHERINE . 000 Iii-xinpzton Ave. BEDINGER, ANNIE . . . Red Springs, N. C. BEDINCER, SARAH . . . Red Springs, N. C. BEATIW, LAURA . . Mount Holly, N. C. BENNEIT, IRENE .... Little Rock, S. C. EDWARDS, ELIZABETH .... Chicod, N. C. ELLIS, LIzzIE ..... Fayetteville, N. C. ENGLE, MARY. . . . . Kissimmee, Fla. ERVIN, ELIZABETH . . . Glade Valley, N. C. ERwIN, BEATRICE ,... Clarksville, Ga. ERWIN, NANCY . . Route I5, Pineville, N. C. FEARRlNGTON,lVI1LDR1-ID. . . Durham, N. C. 720 vitrkers Ave. FLOVVERS, LUCILE .... Mt. Olive, N. C. FORREST, FANNIE . . Route I, Kinston, N. C. FREEMAN, ALMA .... Lumberton, N. C. FREEMAN, JANETTE, Route II, Charlotte, N. C. N N FUSSEL, WYILMA . . . .RoSehill, . C. . .Maxton, . C. KIRBY, SALLIE SYoNoR . BE NTLY, KENT' ....., . Dublin, Va. N BLAI.ocR, MARY LEE, Box 273, Spencer, . C. BORDEAIJX, LAURA . . . VVilmington, N. C. 3111 North Sovolirl St. BUST, ANNIE SUE . BOWIIEN, DoRo'I'HY . BRADLEY, JULIA . . BRYANT, LORENE . , . BRYANT. lViARCARE'IJ . . . . . Morgnnton, N. C. N . . Burlington, . C. . . . . . . China . . . Dillon, S. C. . VVilmington, N. C. 18 North Tenth St. BUIE, XVILLIE LEE . . BUIE, NELLIE ..,. BURGER, MARGARET . BL'R'I'oN, NIARCARET . BYRII, ALMA NEAL . , . , . Elkton, N. C. . . . Elkton, N. C. . . Summerton, S. C. . . Ridgeville, N. C. . . St. Pauls, N. C. BXRD, CARRIE . . . Route I, Erwin, N. C. BI Rn, l'fTIlEL . . . Route I, Erwin, N. C. BLl'E. MARr:ARE'I , . . , . Gibson, . C. CAMPRELL, BLANCIIE . CAMPBELL, NELL . - CARISoN, EDNA lN1AY,Ci CARowAN, HELEN . CARSON, JANE .... CARSON, KYLE .... CARR, MILDREIJ . Route CASSADY, JENNIE . . . CIIANIILER, ERMA . . CIIES'I'NL'T, LILA . . CLARK, I.L'ClLE . . CONDUFE, ELLEN . , CoNnUEE, NANCY . . N . . . Lintlen, N. C. . . . Maxton, N. C. uilfnrti College, N. C. . . , Pautego, N. C. Charlotte C. H., Va. . Rogersville, Tenn. I, Broadway, N. C. - . Spindale, N. C. . , . Maxton, N. C. . Rocky Point, N. C. . . . Linden, N. C. . . . . Draper, Ya. , . . , Draper, Va. COPELAND, LETIIA . Barium Springs, N. C. COPPFDCE, CURTIS . . CORRY, M.ARX' ELLEN . CoL'NCIL, I1oRoTHY . CRANUALL, CiERl'RL7DE . ZIEX Parl . . Statesville, N. C. . . Covington, Ga. . . . Council, N. C. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. t Ave. CRowELL, ANNIE LAURA . . Crossnore, N. C. CUNNINCIIAM, Bl-ERTHA . . . Nesmith, S. C. CLNNINGIIAM, VIRGINIA . . . Atlanta, Ga. 43-l Low CLRRIE, JEAN. . . . lj.-XKBY, SUSAN ..., mu st. Southern Pines, N. C. . . McDowell, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. 7 P e St. QHLLS, JEAN ..,.. -I ln CPLISSON. BEATRICIE. . , fiRAHAM, FRANCES . . . Atkinson, N. C. . . .Earl, N. C. GREX'ARD, ALICE .... McDonalds, N. C. , Birmingham, Ala. HAMEAUGII, XVENA . . an English f-Ir.-Ie HAMER, XVALKER . . Route 3, Dillon, S. C. HAMIL, MAUDE . . . High Point, N. C. 225 Montlie-u Ave. HAMILTON, SARAH . . . Red Springs, N. C. HANSEL, ELIZAEETI-I .... Concord, N. C. HARRIS, RUTH ...... Brunswick, Ga. 710 4'arpuIItI-I' St. HARRISQN, SELINA . . . . .... Korea YIELM, PEARL . . ..... Kenlv, N. C. DAVID, LUCILE . . . . Salters, S. C. DRAKE, EYELYN . . . Port Gibson, Miss. DURANT, CIQHELMA . . . M0111 Clare, S. C. EIICLRTQN, IRENE . . . . . Kenly, N. C. A A Q, HELMS, MARY' E. . , Goldsboro, N. C. 209 North Kortin-p:uy St. PIENIYERSON, JANIE . HENDERSON, ORA D. . HENRY, ANNE C.. . . Little Rock, S. C. . Little Rock, S. C. . Jacksonville, Fla. 1022 Park St. HERRINC,E1.VA . . . HICKS, BETTY . . . . Rose Hill, N. C. . . Charlie Hope, Va. HoucIN, SARAH . Route I, Red Springs, N. C. HOX'I.E, EUNICE ..... Ramseur, N. C. HUGI-IES, ELEANOR .... Homersville, Ga. HUGCINS, DORA .... Red Springs, N. C. HUNT, KATIIRYN ..,.. Richmond, Va. 3410 XYL-slhanipton St. HUNTER, LUCILE . .,.. Derita, N. C. N HU'I'eHINS, ESTIIER . . INGRAM, JENKINS, ANNA . . . Lexington, . C. MYRTLE . . . Vifagram, N. C. . . Brevard, N. C. JENKINS, LILLIAN ..... Brevard, N. C. JoIINsoN. BARBARA ...... Nox, N. C. JoIINsoN, ESTHER . . R. F. D., Dunn, N. C. JoRoAN, JOSEPHINE . . Elizabethtown, N. C. KEl.l.X', MARGARET . Southern Pines, N. C. KIKER, INEZ. .Route I, Peaehland, . C. KINI.Aw, HAREI. . . IQINLAVV, LoRENE . . IQUYKENDALI., LUCY' LEE L.-K1-'FER'l'Y, CoRN ELIA . N . Lumberton, N. C. . Lumberton, N. C. . South Boston, Va. . . Athens, Tenn. . , .Rome, Ga. 105 lilnsilig St. LANCASTER, LULA MAE . Vanceboro, N. C. Egg, Qs 'WHITE HEATHER ,QCCZ ilir- R'-nel 4+g?: WW T t ft LAY? . ' IA .1 1. f Directory of Students LANDIS, MARY . . . . . Lexington, Va. LILES. SALLIE . . . Retl Springs, N. C. LovE. FRANCEs . . . Red Springs, N. C. LYNCH. TREYA .,... XViIkinshur 525 Graham Blx d. g, Pa. Ni.-XLLISON, MARY .ANNE . R. 4, Hampton, Va. XlANDEYII.LE, NIYRTLE LEE . . Sylvester, Ga. MILLER, INIARCARET . . . Rogersville, Tenn. NIILLER, MAY OL.-X .,... Bartow, Fla. -lui N--rih Hendry Sl. NIILIS, MARY ..... Bishopville, S. C. Nl0NROE, FRANCES . Route 3, Council, N. C. MONTGOMERY. lNfARGARET . . . jasper, Fla. NIOORE, Miss DELI.A . . Red Springs, N. C. PGRTER, PALLINE . . PRICE, FLIIRENCE . . PLRCELI.. RIARTHA . . RAcHEIs, LAL RA . Laurinhurg, . .Maxton. . Laurel Hill, R.-XCHELS, LENA . RAY, ISABEI. . . . RAY, LOl'lSE . . . REICH. HELEN . . RICI-IMoNIJ, NJARY . . Laurel Hill, . . Rnckfish, . . . . Linden, . . High Point, E., Box 213, Mehane, ROBINSON, MARY I. . Kings Mountain, SHEPARD, CARRIE ...... Lanes SINCI..-HR, .ANNIE RLTH . . . Mnxmn, SMITH, RLRY NEAL .... Wakulla, X 1 Q . .R 65, ,X .9 N. C. Va . Marlintnn, XVest . v N N. C. N. C. N. C. N C. N. C. N C. N. C. N. C. ,S. C. . . C. N C. N v v v RWWKWWW -AAAALL Am M2Em23R'TTQW?S Moons. MINNIE XVARE . . . Lexington, Va. SQHTH' u'ARGARE'T ' ' 3' as e E' ' MoR'mN, LL'CILE ..., Kingsport, Tenn. SMITH' 'MARBRIE ' ' 'Biqh' gn' S HE? NIe.Amn-R, IQATHALEER . . Xvakulla. N C. Sgnm' Ming B A - 3' " 0P2l,.f- S' C- BvIC.'xRTHl.'R, NL-RRG.-XRET . . Wakulla, N C. Slm,H'ZAiDEE 'A" 6 ' Lb 'qw' C' RJCBRYDE, .ALMA .,... Raeforrl, N. C. ' ' 'Mi Iienhrk gaeen' om' ' ' ' NUICLELLAN, Nsrtxgmlnn. M. Concord, N C. SMC,-I Ln,-A . vgll., C-l0,,.e,.' S- C-- NICCDLL, THELRIA . R. 5, Laurinhurg, N C. "" gon A""gIa' NlCCONNELL, EDITH ..,. Derita, N C. STEWMQT BMYQHE BLD' ' angwk MCCREIGI-IT, DoROTI-IY. . . Columbia, S C. STEWART' Ll,-LIN ' X 517' Comm ' ',' ' -sis KVildWood Av.-. - A - - - - 0"Q0fd- N- C- MCCL-reams. I.0L'lSE . . . Kingstree, s C. STILES- MWA ----- Red Sfffmgi- N- C- NICDANNALD, ELLEN . . . News Ferry, Va. STOVT- ETHEL - - - Gullfoffl- N- C- NICDONALD, RL'BY . . . . . Clio, S C. STVBB5- ,ROME - - s ' - Gibson. N- C- MCGOIYIN, ELLA . . , . XVillard, N C. TAT5- lmclxl-4 - - A 5, Gfaham- - - C- XJCINTYRE, IYATEEN ..... Latta, S C. TAYLQK- SARAH - - - llllmlngwn- N- C- N1CILV5'INEN, ANNE . . . Fayetteville, N C. THOMAS- ANNIE - - - - MPXWOU. 5- C- RICIVER, HIARY LACY . . . Sanford, N C. THOMAS' IRENE - - - - Qullffffd- N- C- Mcxtszif, ROBERTA . . wnmingwn, N C. ?H0MPS0S- ITEIUSICE- R- Is. PEM'-lie. 1514 .Anne sz. I-Iouvsox, ELEN . . . am et, . . 5fCKlNNON, MARTHA . . Red Springs, N C. T!X'X'MAN, VIRGINIA . . Kinston, N. C. MCLALCHLIN, H.5ZEL . . . Maxton, N C. TYNER, DE LEsLINE .... Lowe, N C. XICLAECI-ll.IN, JANEITE . R. 3, Red Springs VON CANoN, Louss . . Banner Elk, N. C. MCLEAN, CATHERINE . . Red Springs, N. C. YVALKER, JOSEPHINE .... Millhorn, Ya. IHCLEAN, EI.oIsE Lots .... Stanford, Ky. XVALKER, NIARY C. . . Maxton, N. C. 5fCLEOD, LL'cILLE .,.... Vass, N. C. XVALL. DoRoTHY . . . Ellerbe, N C. NfCNllLL.-KN. JANE . . . Red Springs, N. C. XVARD, GRACE . . . . . VVampee, S. C. BJCNEILL, ELIZABETH .... Archer, Fla. XVATIS, SALLY . . . . . Auburn, N. C. NICNEILL, LoL'IsE . Red Springs, N. C. XVII.-1THERLY,hviARj0RlE . W. Asheville, N. C. XJCEACHERN. Mlss MARY, Red Springs, N. C. XVEBSTEK, EMMA KATE . . . Maxton, N. C. NARRON, ERMA ...... Kenly, N. C. YVEBSTER. SL'sIE . . . Maxton, N C. NEWLANII, P.-KTIENCE . - Chadbourn, N. C. XVELLS, NIARY E. ...., SVallaee, N. C. NOEL, EYELYN . . , Vivian, West Va. XVI-ILSH, .ANNIE M. .... Elliot, S. C. OCILVIE, CLAR.A . . . Oaksu-ood, N. C. NVHTTTED, NELLIE M. . . Burlington, N. C. PAGE, ERNESTINE . . . . Marietta, N. C. XVICKER, HELEN . . . . Gulf, N C. PAGE. LOIS .... . . Marietta, N. C. XVILDMAN, EDITH G. . . . 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