Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL)

 - Class of 1926

Page 1 of 250

 

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1926 Edition, Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 250 of the 1926 volume:

I ■ I I jlastacowo tyoreword JUST as History) is some- times as pleasant in recol- lection as in trie making, -we nope that these pages maj) help to keep in j)our memories, the da s, bright or shadowed, •which ha )e become the Past instead of the Present. ' Q-, » Bo°41 COLLEGE •91 II J :6| De Leon Discovers Florida — 1513 l B-A... i. U. ' S — i- - -4 l: i Wt 1 ' 81 • ■ 3m 6 m 9 -t • ' ' ■ 4 f fe P - V « » » ' . a - ■ ' ■ 1 1 Lk mi ii inn 8 TTllll it " ' , » ? ; ■ mm- " ■ v if iih i 5 ' iMW A - m i ' is2! P lk •. 1 1 V 1 ■ 9 tjr W - ' ' t " ' 1 lit • [ " ■ I % : 1 ' s i ' m j§l ' fa ' ' )■ ' :: pp ' 1 i tl r ' f I; ' WmM si ' . ' ■■ • ' " ■ . ■ ... ™ " " fr ' 4 ' J ' ' ■ - % 1 - - : nt 1 m FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' S-ZtST- Faculty Edward Conradi, A.M., Ph.D., (Clark), President Arthur Williams, A.M. (Cambridge), Vice-President, Professor of History William George Dodd, A.M., Ph.D. ( Harvard Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Professor of English Nathaniel Moss Salley, A.B. Dean, School of Education and Normal School Professor of Education Mina Kerr, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Dean of Students, and Professor of English Margaret Rector Sandels, A.M. Dean, School of Home Economics, Professor of Nutrition Elmer Riggs Smith, A.M., Secretary, Professor of Mathematics Josiah Bethea Game, Ph.D. (Yale), Litt.D. Professor of Classics and General Literature Alban Stewart, A.M., Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of Botany and Bacteriology Lanas Spurgeon Barber, M.A., Edmund Vernon Gage, A.M., Professor of Zoology and Horticulture Professor of Modern Languages Raymond Bellamy, A.M., Ph.D. (Clark), Professor of Sociology and Political Economy James Owen Knaltss, A.M., Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of European History and Political Science Hattie Mae Carmichael, A.M., Professor of Household Chemistry Paul Frederick Finner, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Psychology and Director of Psychological Laboratory Inga Olla Helseth, A.M., Professor of Education Leland Judson Lewis, A.M., Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Chemistry Walter Scott McNutt, M.A., Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Professor of Philosophy Jennie Tilt, M.S., Ph.D. (Chicago), Research Professor of Nutrition Anne H. M. Sharpe, M.D. (Northwestern), Professor of Hygiene Harold Frederic Richards, Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Professor of Physics Mark H. De Graff, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Education Page nineteen 1996 fa FLASTACOWO Facult William Hudson Rogers, M.A., Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of English Mary Hollingsworth Buford, A.B., Herman Kurz, M.S., Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Spoken English Associate Professor of Botany Vivienne Rorison McClatchy, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Psychology Chesley Martin Hutchings, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor of Modern Languages John Maxwell Ferguson, Jur.D. (Leipzig), Associate Professor of Economics Martha A. Stolfus, M.A., Associate Professor of Geography Row EN a Longmire, A.M., Assistant Professor of English Olga Larson, M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics Beatrice Beyer Williams, Assistant Professor of Art Olivia Nelson Dorman, A.M., Assistant Professor of Classics Emily Pitman Wilrurn, B.L., Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts Margaret Laura Potter, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Assistant Professor of Psychology Hazel Allison Stevenson, M.A., Assistant Professor of English Myrtle Elizabeth Dolree, A.M., Assistant Professor of Spanish and French Emma Maud Schwalmeyer, Director of Primary Division, Demonstration School Elma Williams Ealy, B.S. Director of Kindergarten Division, Demonstration School Katherine Montgomery, A.B., Luella Mary Richey, B.A., Director of Physical Education Instructor in Commerce Edith Macmillan, M.A., Instructor in Chemistry Catherine Zimmerman Winters, M.A., Instructor in History Lillian Elizabeth Conradi, A.B., Instructor in Spoken English Margaret C. White, M.A., Instructor in English Leila Venable, Ph.B., Instructor in Home Economics Education Elizabeth Susan Doane, A.B., Instructor in French and Spanish Lucile Grider Bass, Instructor in Commerce Page twenty ' ' 5il iJiiVi TFye af FLASTACOWO — 1996 m w ' . FacuLb Helen Margaret Ferree, Instructor in Physical Education Grace Ella Steger, Ph.B., Instructor in Commerce Helen Mae Carter, M.A., Instructor in Textiles and Clothing Genevieve Crawford, M.S., Instructor in Foods and Nutrition Emma Othilde Helseth, A.M., Instructor in Education Venila Lovina Shores, A.M., Instructor in History May Elizabeth Winfield, B.S., Research Assistant in Nutrition Ruth Muir Payne, A.B., Instructor in Industrial Arts and Art Mildred Fay Henry, M.A., Instructor in English Charlotte Vose Phelps, M.A., Instructor in English Ezda May Deviney, M.S., Instructor in Biology Lucy Larrouy, B.S., Instructor in Modern Languages Edith Woodfin West, A.B., Instructor in Latin Beulah Meier, M.A., Instructor in Psychology Mary Agnes Jeffries, A.M., Instructor in Modern Languages Mabel D. Erwin, M.A., Instructor in Home Economics Alda Utley Gordon, Instructor in Spoken English Lula Margaret Wyly, Instructor in Spoken English Margaret Whittlesey Mahan, Instructor in Commerce I : St 1 vl 4 i •On leave o£ absence. 1925-26. Page twenty-one FLASTACOWO Faculty Helen Hill Jones, B.S. in Education, Instructor in Education and Industrial Arts Marjorie Hope Batchelder, Instructor in Art Lucile Douglas Sumner, B.S. in Education, Instructor in Physical Education Ella Scoble Opperman, A.B., M.M., Dean, Professor of Piano and Organ Virginia Carrington Thomas, B.M., Assistant Professor of Theory and Organ Etta Lucile Robertson, Bernice Adelle Winchester, B.M., Assistant Professor of Voice Instructor in Violin Marcella Menge Clark, Instructor in Voice and Director of Glee Club Alice La Vonne Field, A.B., Instructor in Voice Helene Welker, A.B., Instructor in Piano Louise Glover, Instructor in Cello and Theoretical Subjects Zadie Lillian Phipps, Instructor in Public School Music Mary Emily Reeder, Instructor in Piano and Piano Normal Methods Ethel Maud Tripp, B.M., Instructor in Solfeggio, String and Brass Instruments and Conductor of Ensemble Classes Gladys Storrs, B.M., Instructor in Piano Lillian Holmes, Instructor in Voice Gladys Olive Koch, A.B., Assistant Instructor in Voice and Piano Emily Thomason, Instructor in Piano Mona Alderman, A.B., Assistant Instructor in Piano Cora Mae Hunter, Student Assistant, Supervisor of Practice •Resigned December, 1925. Page twenty-two TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Senior CI ass Martha Page Jacksonville ' y Fla. B.S. in Home Economics K A, O N Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); Class President (2, 3, 4); Class Parlia- mentarian (1); Presidents ' Council (2, 3, 4); Larger Carbinet of Y. W. C. A.. (1, 2); Education Club (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Hockey Team (3); Class Representative to W. S. C. F. Conference at Indianapolis, Indiana (2); Student Repre- sentative to Student Government Association, Vassar (3) ; Chair- man of Presidents ' Council (4). Officers Martha Page President Iris Storrs Vice-President Sara Benedict Secretary Adeline Barber Treasurer Cornelia Colson Parliamentarian Dorothy Armstrong Athletic Representative Page twenty-six FLASTACOWO — Winifred Allen Niagara Falls, N. Y. B.S. in Home ' Economics Home Economics Club (4). Dorothy Allen St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Club (4). Katherine Hargis Anderson • Pensacola, Fla. A.B. in English K A History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); Flambeau Staff (4); Chairman Even Dem- onstration (3); Florida Collegiate Press Association (3, 4); Pen- sacola Club; G. O. K. Helen Jeannette Ames Kissimmee, Fla. A.B. in English and History A Z Classical Club (1. 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3); Fire Captain (3); Executive Committee (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page twenty- seven TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 s " 3 - Dorothy Armstrong Miami, Fla. A.B. in Commerce Hustler ' s Club (1); Miami Club (1); Fire Captain (2, 4); " F " Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball Team (2, 3, 4); Even Basket- ball Team (2, 4); Varsity Basketball Team (2, 4); Class Hockey Team (2, 3, 4); Secretary Athletic Association (2); Executive Com- mittee (3); Vice-President " F " Club (3); Class Athletic Manager (3, 4); Classical Club (3); History and Social Science Club (3); Class Baseball Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Even Baseball Team (1, 2, 3, 4). Laurel Armstrong Deland, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (4); College Orchestra (4). Adeline Barber Windermere, Fla. A.B. e Education Society (3); Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Baseball Team (1. 2); Mask and Domino Club (1, 2, 3); Hockey Team (3); Class Treasurer (3, 4). Marguerite Barcus Leesburg, Fla. B.S. in Education K A History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4). SENIOR. CLASS Page twenty-eight Olivia Barnes . . • Chattahoochee, Fla. A.B. X ft Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2). Sarah Benedict Apalachicola, Fla. A.B. Class Secretary (4); Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Sci- ence flub (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Baseball Team (2, 3. 4); Even Base- ball Team (2, 3, 4); Varsity Baseball (2); " F " Club (2, 3, 4); Class Hockey Team (3); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (4). Gladys Bennett Jacksonville. Fla. A.B. in English Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3, 4). Maybelle Bellah . . . • Gainesville, Fla. A.B. in Classics i K «£ Education Society (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee (3); Y. W. C. A. Library Committee (3); Classical Club Program Com- mittee (3); Fire Lieutenant (4); A. L. O. Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page twenty-nine Louise Bishop • . . . Marianna, Fla. A.B. in English Education Club (3, 4); Classical Club (2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Class Baseball Team (2, 3). Catherine Boyd Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. A.B. k a e Classical Club (2, 4); History and Social Science Club (2, 4); Edu- cation Society; Educational Service Club (2). Mary Louise Boulware Lakeland, Fla. B.S. in Education Southern College (1, 2); Education Society (3, 4). Marjorie Boyven Gretna, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (3); History and Social Science Club (1). SENIOR- CLASS Page thirty FLASTACOWO — Virginia Branscombe B.S. in Education 2 K Freshman Commission (1); Dramatic Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Education Society (2, 3, 4); Philosophy Club; G. O. K.; History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Educa- tion Club (3. 4). Elizabeth Bridgeman . . . Gainesville, Fla. {Dubuque, la.) AM. in Modern Languages Classical Club (4); Spanish Club (4). Eleanor Bryant Gainesville, Fla AM. in Modern Languages Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 3); Education Society (2); Mask and Domino Club (1, 2). Luna Bowdoin • Tallahassee, Fla. B.S. in Education K A n, I n O Treasurer Education Society (1); Education Society (2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Scholarship Club (2, 3, 4); Education Service Club (2, 3, 4). Union Springs, Ala SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-one Tt e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Louise Yonge Buck Pensacola, Fla. AAA Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Club (3); Spinster Club (1, 2). Kathleen Bunch • Doytona Beach, Fla. A.B. in History Classical Ciub (1, 2, 3). Susan Burdett Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. in Classics K A G, I n Classical Club (1, 2. 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Mask and Domino Club (1, 2); Education Society (3). Myra Burr • Tallahassee, Fla. B.S. in Education II B i Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); Smaller Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (1); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Class Athletic Manager (1, 2); Even Basketball Team (1); Class Basketball Team (2, 3, 4); Class Baseball Team (1. 2, 3, 4): Education Society (2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Reporter Education Society (2); Mask and Domino Club (1, 2, 3); Class Hockey Team (3, 4); Even Hockey Team (3); Class " Vice-President (3); President Athletic Association (4); Freshman Class Sponsor (3); " F " Club (3, 4); Presidents ' Council (4); Assistant Advertising Manager of Flas- tacowo (3); Delegate to Blue Ridge Convention of Y. AV. C. A. (3); Representative to Southern Inter-Collegiate Association of Student Government (3); Student Assistant in Physical Education Department (3, 4); G. O. K. SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-tvio FLASTACOWO — 1996 - ™ ' (J A l M Mary Burke DeFuniak Springs, Fid. B.S. in Education n B History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis Club (1). Elizabeth Byrd • . Tallahassee, Fla. B.S. in Social Science K A Freshman Commission (1); Education Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Class Parliamentarian (2, 3); Flambeau Staff (4); President of Lite Saving Corps (4). Eva Calhoun • . Perry, Fla. Sally Milton Carter ■ Sarasota, Fla. B.S. in Education X fi, I n O History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (2, 3, 4); Nifty Netters (2); Philosophy Club (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-three er " - Theta Chauncey • Perry, Fla. B.S. in Chemistry Education Society (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (4). Bessie Chiles • . Tampa, Fla. A.B. in Modern Languages Classical Club; History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Society (3). Viola Close . B.S. in Education 4 K $ History Club; Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Member of Directo- rate of Education Society (3); Classical Club (4). Helen Clyatt • ' . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S. in Home Economies Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (3, 4); Alachua County Club (1). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-four Mary Coleman • Bonifay, Fla. A.B. Philosophy Club (3); Classical Club (4). Elizabeth Walker Cockrell Gainesville, Fla. B.S. in Education X n Freshman Commission (1); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A.; History and Social Science Club; Education Society; Mask and Domino Club. Cornelia Colson Gainesville, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics AAA Class Parliamentarian (4); Alachua County Club (1); History and Social Science Club (2); Executive Committee (3); Life Saving Corps (3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Spanish Club (4); I ' ven Treasurer (2, 3); Chairman Junior-Senior Banquet (3); G. O. K. Marjorie G. Coon Boynton, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 3); Mask and Domino Club (1, 2); A. L. O. Club (2, 3, 4); Nifty Netters (1); Spanish Club (4); Palm Beach Club (2, 3). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-five S? - Olivi Corbett B.S. in Education Z T A History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (.1, 2. 3, 4). Esther Creamer West Palm Beach, Fla. A.B. in Commerce ATA Classical Club (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (3, 4); Education Society (3); Smaller Cabinet Y. W. ' C. A. (4); Vice- President Spanish Club (4). Agnes Curry • Pelham, Ga. a z, i n o Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Club (3). Alice Dempsey Milton, Fla. A.B. e Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Larger Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. (4); Flambeau Staff (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-six TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 • " ' J n Mary Sarah Dodd Apalachkola, Fla. B.S. in Education Education So ciety (2, 3); History and Social Science flub (2); Philosophy Club (3). Effie Doran Gainesville, Fla. A.B. in English Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Treasurer of History and Social Science Club (2); Smaller Cabinet V. W. C. A. (4). Anna DuBose Sanford, Fin. A.B. in History K A Classical Club (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 2). Fleta Elizabeth Doty ....... Daytona Beach, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 4); History and Social Science Club (1); Classical Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page tliirty-seven TTy_e FLASTACOWO „ Julia Dutton Deland, Fla. n b History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Executive Committee (4). Carolyne E. Doyle Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B. in Modern Languages History and Social Science Club (1, 4); Nifty Netters (1); Edu- cation Society (3); Classical Club (4); Spanish Club (4); Class Hockey Team (3). Edith Edwards A.B. in History a z, i n o Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2, 4); Education Club (3). Alma Virginia Evans Tampa, Fla. A.B. A T A, A X A, X A $ Freshman Commission (1); Assistant Editor on Flambeau (3); Mask and Domino Club (2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Society (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-eight Bessie Copeland Feagin Birmingham, Ala. A.B. in English K A History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Education Society (3); Classical Club (2); Alabama Club (2). Gracie Claude Flournoy DeFuniak Springs, Fla. B.M. in Voice e Freshman Commission (1); Chapel Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); President of Glee Club (4); De Funiak Club (1, 2); Education Club (2); L. I. in Public School Music (3); Secretary Senior Class of L. I. Public School Music; Chairman of Music Committee (4); Neart (4). Vivian Free Homestead, Fla. B.S. in Education I n History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (1. 2, 3, 4). Edith Futch Alachua, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics K A, O N Freshman Commission (1); History and Social Science Club (1); Home Economics (1, 2, 3); Literary Editor Flastacowo (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page thirty-nine Rosa Galphin Fernandina, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 4); History and Social Science Club (2, 4); Classical Club (4). Frances Gill ... Tampa, Fla. B.S. in Education n 13 4 Class Basketball Team (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (1, 2, 3). Inez Grumbles Dunnellon, Fla. B.S. in Education n B History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Classical Club (1); Tennis Club (1); Neart (3, 4): President of Ncarts (4); Educa- tion Society (3, 4); College Orchestra (2, 3). Mae Herlong Micanopy, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Service Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (2); Philosophy Club (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page forty nri e j FLASTACOWO — 1926 Winifred Holden . . . . • Fort Meade, Fla. A x a, i n o, k Mask and Domino Club (1); History and Social Science Club (2, 3, 4); Education Society (3); Flambeau Staff (3, 4); Associate Editor of Flastacowo (3); Class Representative on Executive Com- mittee; Executive Committee (4); Secretary Florida Collegiate Press Association (4); Student Assistant in Book Store (4). Cora Mae Hunter . Jasper, Fla. B.M. L. I. in Public School Music; Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Accompanist for College Orchestra (4); President Musiial Twelve Club (4); Member Student Education Committee (4); Practice Superin- tendent (4). Miriam Harvey • . . Jacksonville, Fla. B.S. Student Assistant in Library (2, 3, 4); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (3); History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Spanish Club (4). Doris Hemming Wellborn, Fla. B.S. in Education P ducation Society (1, 3, 4); Secretary Education Society (3); Classical Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-one Marie Eleanor Haile • . . . Live Oak, Fla. A.B. in Latin A A A, A X A Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); Secretary (2), Vice-President (3), Presi- dent (4), of Classical Club; Assistant Business Manager Flam- beau (3); Business Manager Flambeau (4). Clara High Madison, Fla. B.S. in Education K A n, K $ History and Social Science Club (1, 3, 4); Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Vice-President Education Service Club (2); Class Volley Ball Team (4). Nancy Hoyt . . . . • Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. A A n, A X A, X A 4 , K Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Nearts (3, 4); Spinster (1, 2); Flambeau Staff (2, 3); Smaller Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Undergraduates ' Representative Y. V. C. A. (4); Vice-President of Class (3); Presidents ' Council (4); President of Pan-Hellenic Council (4). SENIOR. CLASS Madge Hull La Belle, Fla. B.S. in Education Classical Club (1); Nifty Netters (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 4); Education Club (4). Page forty-two FLASTACOWO lQQ b Ruth Jelks Pauline Jernigan AAA T. W. C. A. Commission (1); Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Smaller Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3). Estelle Jones • . Orlando, Fla B.S. in Home Economics Z T A, O N Class Hockey Team (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Track Relay Team (2). Elizabeth Du Bois Jordan A.B. in English K Weldon, N. C Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Club (3); Class Volley Ball Team (3); Mask and Domi- no Club (3, 4); Exchange Editor of Flambeau (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-three Evelyn Keck • Orlando, Fla. A.B. in Latin History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical Club (2, 3, 4); Education Society (3); Fire Captain (3); Volley Ball Team (3); " F " Club (3, 4). Jeanne King Bonifay, Fla. A.B. Z K Chairman Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); Freshman Commission (1); Smaller Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Larger Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2); Delegate to Students ' Volunteer Convention (2); Delegate to Blue Ridge Conference (2, 3); Secretary Y. W. C. A. (3); Education Society (3); President Y. W. C. A. (4); Executive Committee (4); Presidents ' Council (4); Blue Ridge Club (3, 4). Lucy Lang . . . • Trenton, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics K A Freshman Commission (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Treasurer Athletic Board (2); Education Society (3); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Nearts (3. 4); Class Cheer Leader (2, 3, 4); Even Cheer Leader (3, 4); Alachua County Club (1, 2); Class Volley Ball Team (3); History and Social Science Club (4). Margaret Layton Gainesville, Fla. A.B. x n Life Saving Corps (1, 2, 3, 4); Classical Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); History and Social Science Club (1). SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-four TTye egg m FLASTACOWO — 1996 Margaret Kathleen Lasley Kissimmee, Fla. A.B. in History Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3); Kissimmee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Fire Lieuten- ant (3). Ava Pauline Leatherman Sebring, Fla. B.S. in Chemistry A Z Freshman Commission (1); Class Baseball Team (1); Even Base- ball Team (1); Treasurer of Executive Committee (2); Vice-Presi- dent of Executive Committee (3); History and Social Science Club (3). Winifred A. Lee . . • Tampa, Fla. A.B. in Latin Z T A Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); Nifty Netters (1); Smaller Cabinet of V. W. C. A. (4); Flambeau Staff (4). Ethel Lewis Tallahassee, Fla. SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-five Alice Linkey Zephyrhills, Fla. A.B. in English History and Social Science Club (3); Classical Club (3); Education Society (4). Esther Livingston Homestead, Fla. B.S. in Education History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Susie E. Lord Tallahassee, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics A Z Education Club (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (4). Elizabeth Loyd . , Birmingham, Ala. B.S. a a n SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-six Bessie Lyman Tampa, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Society (3). Jocie Lee Maddrey Gainesville, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (3, 4); Spanish Club (4). Elizabeth Mahoney • Leesburg, Fla. A.B. in English Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Tennis Club (2); Education Society (?). Vivian Markham Lake City, Fla. B.S. in Education ATA Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Mask and Domino Club (3, 4); Classical Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page forty-seven Eloise Marks ••.... Apalachicola, Fla. B.S. in Education v v y Education Society (2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (4); Glee Club (3). Julia Mathis Bonifay, Fla. B.S. in Education Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Vera Meldrim . . . . • St. Augustine, Fla. A.B. in Latin A r A, A X A Class Basketball Team (2, 3); Class Hockey Team (3); Classic?! Cub (1, 2, 3, 4); Nifty Netters (2); Mask and Domino Club (2, 3, 4); Vice-President of Education Society (3); Exchange Editor of Flambeau (3); Front Page Editor of Flambeau (4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2). SENIOR. CLASS Dorothy Miller Kissimmee, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics N Junior Volley Ball Team (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); President Home Economics Club (4); Even Volley Ball Team (3); Kissimmee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2). Page forty-eight TT c IS FLASTACOWO 199 b , — .y y " - ft Iris Miller DeFuniak Springs, Via. B.S. in Education V V " V Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Classical Club (3); Philosophy Club (3). Frances Marion Mims n l; i Class Hockey Team (3); Class Baseball Team (3); Classical Club (4). Julia Mitch am St. Petersburg, Via. B.S. in Education Woman ' s College of Alabama (1, 2, 3); Class Basketball (1); Education Society (4); Education Directorate (4). Cornelia Moffett Pensacola, Via. B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (3, 4); Secretary Pensacola Club (2). SENIOR, CLASS Page forty-nine LlLA X. MuRRELL • . . Leesburg , Fla. B.S. in Home Economics A Z Education Club (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Minnie McAuley Ft. Myers, Fla, B.S. in Education K A n Education Society (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (3, 4); Education Service Club (3); Ge orgia Club (3). Addie McCormick Lake Alfred, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 4); History and Social Science Club (1. 2. 4): Spanish Club (4); Class Basketball Team (4); Even Basketball Team (4); Varsity Basketball (4); " P " Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Agnes McCormick Gainesville, Fla. B.S. in Education K A Education Societv (1, 3. 4); Historv and Social Science Club (3); Flastacowo Staff (4); Class Baseball Team (3, 4); G. O. K.; Life- Savers (3, 4). Page fifty Leon a Gertrude McDonald Cottondale, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (2, 3). Emmabel McKinnon • . DeFuniak Springs, Fla. A.B. in History Classical Club (3). Rose Nashrallah Jacksonville, Fla. B.M. Teacher ' s Certificate in Piano (3). Gladys Fay Nye Orlando, Fla. A.B. in History A A A, $ K «i Executive Committee (4); Larger Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. (4); Classical Club (3); History and Social Science Club (3); Chair- man of Social Committee (4); G. O. K. SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-one Molly O ' Donald Jacksonville, Fla. Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Chapel Choir (3, 4). Belle O ' Neal • St. Petersburg, Fla. A.B. in Modem Languages Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); i ' lass Hockey Team (2, 3); Life Saver (1, 2, 3, 4). Theodora Pace Callahan, Fla. A.B. Art Club (1, 2); Education Club (3); Classical Club (3, 4). Janice Parham Gainesville, Fla. A.B. in English History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2, 3); Mask and Domino Club (2); A. L,. O. Club (2, 3, 4); Education Society (3); Blue Ridge Club (4); Alachua County Club (1). SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-two TTyc FLASTACOWO — .- A y Ruth Pearce Newberry, Fla. B.S. in Home Economics Education Society (3. 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Edith Pender Greenwood, Fla. A.B. Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science flub (1, 2); Education Society (4). Catherine Pert Miami Beach, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3). Pansy Pickren Palatka, Fla. A.B. in English History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); A. L. O. Club (2, 3, 4); Education Society (3); Mask and Domino Club (1); Y. W. C. A. Committee (2). SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-three Tly_e FLASTACOWO — 1996 g Mary Pringle Tallahassee, Fla. A.B. in Modern Languages and Latin K A History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Nifty Netters (1); Executive Committee (3); President of Execu- tive Committee (4); Volley Ball Class Team (3); G. O. K. Marcella Purdom . . . • Wauehula, Fla. A.B. in History History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 4); Classical Club (1, 2, 4); Education Society (2). Margaret Ramsey Union Springs, Ala. B.S. in Social Science K A History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Alabama Club (1, 2); Education Club (3); Larger Cabinet (3). Katherine Ray Pensacola, Fla. A.B. a z, i n o, $ k $ Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty- four TTy_e FLASTACOWO — Helene Amalie Reutimaun Zcphyrhills, Fla B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Society (3). Essie Lois Rigell Bay Harbor, Fla B.S. in Education Education Society (2, 3, 4); Directorate Education Society (3); Class Baseball Team (3). Allene Roach Williston, Fla B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2, 4); Education Service Club (1, 2). Pearle Frances Russ Arcadia, Fla. A.B. e Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2 3) • Education Society (3). ST SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-five Emily Sanderson . . • Kissimm.ee, Fla. A.B. n b , i n o Freshman Commission (1); Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Class Basketball Team (1, 2); Neart (2, 3, 4). K. Martica Saunders Middleburg, It. A A A, A X A History and Social Science Club (3); Editor-in-Chief of Flambeau (4); Presidents ' Council (4). Mary Cornelia Saunders Scbring, Fla. A.B. in English A Z Y. W. C. A. Commission (1); Larger Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4); Smal ' er Cabinet (4); Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); Mask and Domino Club (2, 3, 4); Flambeau Board of Managers (3); Life Saving Corps. Olive Schell • Bartow, Fla. B.S. in Education ■si v 2 Education Society (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3). SENIOR. CLASS Page-fifty-six Ruth Schornherst Pensacola, Fla. B.S. in Botany Student Assistant in Library (2, 3, 4); Larger Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. (4.); Smaller Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. (4); Education Society (3): History and Social Science Club (2, 3); Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. (4). Wilfred Simmons • . . Dc Funiak Springs, Fla. B.S. in Education Classical Club (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (3); Educa- tion Society (3); School Orchestra (3, 4). Wilma Simmons De Funiak Springs, Fla. B.S. in Education Classical Club (3, 4); History and Social Science Club (3); Educa- tion Society (3, 4); Volley Ball Class Team (4); Orchestra (3, 4). Celia Irene Smith • . . . . Orlando, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-seven Tlye FLASTACOWO — Helen Sparks Birmingham, Ala. B.S. in Education A A II Luna Stewart Ft. Ogdcn, Fla. A.B. Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3, 4); A. L. O. (4). Iris Storrs Dc Funiak Springs, Fla. A.B. 2 k, i n o History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2); Class Basketball Team (3, .4); Even Basketball Team (3, 1); Class Hockey Team (3); Larger Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. (4); Vice- President of Class (4); Class Baseball Team (3). SENIOR. CLASS Winnifred Strong • . . Sanford, Fla. A.B. in English Classical Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Nifty Netters (1); Life Saving Corps (3, 4); Fire Lieutenant (3). Page fifty-eight FLASTACOWO — Myra Thelma Sutton Kissimmee, Fla. B.S. in Education Education Society (1, 2); Education Service Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Kissimmee Club (1, 2, 4). Ruth Swinson • Rockledge, Fla. A.B. in Modern Languages History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical Club (1, 2); President of Spanish Club (4). Alberta Townsend Hartford, Ala. A.B. in History History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2); Nifty Netters; Education Society (3); Alabama Club (1). Florence Reno Tryan • Pensacola, Fla B.S. in Education 2 2 2, K A H, X Education Service Club (2); Secretary Senior Normal Class (2); Classical Club (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page fifty-nine TPye FLASTACOWO Karlie Reed Tyler Glen St. Mary, Fla. B.S. Education Society (3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3). Leila Blackburn Underhill Ft. Meade, Fla. B.S. v -v -v History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Nifty Netters (1); Flam- beau Staff (3). Frances Marion Walker Vero Beach, Fla. A.B. Z T A Life Saving Corps (1, 2, 3. 4); " F " Club (2, 3, 4); Single Tennis Championship (2); Classical Club (1, 2); Education Society (3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2. 3); Nifty Netters (1); Junior Hockey Team (3). Sarah A. Walker • Ruskm, Fla. A.B. in Mathematics History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Classical flub (1, 2, 3); A. L. O. Club (2, 3, 4); Mask and Domino Club (1). SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty Freshman Commission (1); Classical Club (1); History and Social Science club (1. 2, 3); Education Club (3); Flastacowo Staff (3); Flambeau Staff (4); Fire Chief (4); Executive Committee (4); Orchestra (3, 4). Margaret Way Class Basketba ' l Team (1, 3, 4); Class Hockey Team (2); Flas- tacowo Staff (3); Life Saving Corps (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary Home Economics Club (2); Vice-Presi- dent Home Economics Club (3). Alice Winter B.S. in Education K A 9. I n O. I K Nifty Netters (1); History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Edu- cation Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Press Reporter of Education Society (3); President of Education Society (4); Assistant Front Page Editor of Flambeau (4). SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty-one Ttye FLASTACOWO — Marjorie E. Whiteside New Smyrna, Fla. B.S. in Chemistry History and Social Science Club (2); Education Society (3); Mask and Domino Club (1. 2); Nifty Netters (1); Y. W. C. A. Commit- tee (2); A. L. O. Club (2, 3, 4). Elizabeth White Live Oak, Fin. B.S. in Education History and Social Science Club (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4). Olive Whaley ............... Ocala, Fla. B.S. in Education A Z Education Club (1, 2, 3); History and Social Science Club (1, 3); Classical Club (4); Philosophy Club (4); Finance Committee of Y. W. C. A. (3). Elizabeth Whalton Key West, Fla. K A e, N Nifty Netters (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Cheer Leader (3); Education Society (3); Couch Club (1, 2, 3, 4). SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty-two Evelyn Welch • . Cottondalc, Fla. B.S. in Education Margaret Owsley Wells Clearwater, Fla. A.B. in English A Z Class Basketball Team (3); History and Social Science Club (3); Classical Club (3); Flambeau Staff (4); Florida Inter-Collegiate Press Association (3, 4); Education Society (4); Philosophy Club (4). Harriet Wynn Ft. Myers, Fla. A.B. History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3); Classical Club (1, 2, 3); Education Club (3, 4). Dorothy Wefing Tallahassee, Fla. History and Social Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Classical Club (1, 2, 3); Education Society (3). SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty-three TTy_e FLASTACOWO — 1996 - Mary Blanche Weedox • . Tampa, Fla. A.B. in English History X 9. Classical Club (1, 2); History and Social Science Club (1. 2); Society Reporter Flambeau (3); Advertising Manager Flastacowo (3); Executive Committee (4). Mary Louise Wethixgtox Thomasville, Ga. A.B. in Latin Classical Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Education Society (3); History and Social Science Club (1, 2). Mary C. Whitfield • Tallahassee, Fla. Katherixe Browx SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty- four FLASTACOWO — 1996 Evelyn Hill . . Tallahassee, Fla. B.M. Z T A SENIOR. CLASS Page sixty-five (fi r FLASTACOWO 1996 Flossie Sue Clump Slab City, Fla. B.M. in Gym A 2 2, H n Member of Student Body (1, 2, 3, 4); Subs criber to Flambeau (1, 2, 3, 4); Member of Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4): Head of Table (3, 4); Dining Room Choir (2); Official Match-Holder for Torch Bearers; Runner-up for Most Intellectual; Runner-up for President of S. G. ; Runner-up to Third Floor of the Ad. Building Member of Discussion Group (1); Table-Saver for Eta Pi Club (1) Usher at Singing Gym Concert (3); Bell-Ringer and Bone-Pullei at Even Demonstration (3, 4); Minute-Taker of Hiking Club (4) Chaperone for Under-Classmen (3, 4); Church-Cutter (1, 2, 3, 4) giving Day (1, 2, 3, 4); Chairman of Decorations for Thanksgiving giving Day (1 ,2, 3, 4); Chairman of Decorations for Thanksgiving Ball (Wall-Flower.) Page sixty-seven TPye FLASTACOWO i. Xi (1 Cornelia Dozier, Ocala, Fla. Junior Class Officers Cornelia Dozier President Mildred Bullock Vice-President Mildred Bruce Secretary Mildred Harris Treasurer Clarine Runyan jthletic Manager Blanche Curry Parliamentarian Page seventy Tt e it FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 , ' y " . Junior Class Mary Louise Adams TAMPA, FLA. Anna Addison TAMPA, FLA. Helen Addison TAMPA, FLA. Carmela Attanasio FT. MYERS, FLA. Lucy Barber MOULTRIE, GA. Mildred Bishop MARIANNA, FLA. Catherine Blume JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Alice Boyd FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. Pauline Bradley TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Mildred Brantley LAKE WALES, FLA. Page seventy-one TT e FLASTACOWO Junior Class Margaret Brennan PABLO BEACH, FLA. Mary Brooks OCALA, FLA. Ivalyn Brown MIAMI, FLA. Frances Buchanan SARASOTA, FLA. 1996 Teresa Bucksbaum TAMPA, FLA. Dorothy Bullock MONTICELLO, FLA. Mildred Bullock OCALA, FLA. Audrey Canady LEESBURG, FLA. Ara Carlton WAUCHULA, FLA. Elizabeth Cartmell JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S Page seventy-tiuo 0 f% jffi% Tt e Effl FLASTACOWO — 1996 m Junior Class Willie M. Champneys APAPKA, FLA. Lennie Chauncey MAYO, FLA. Jo Coarsey JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Gladys Collins MILTON, FLA. Lillian Collins WEBSTER, FLA. Alice Coley BLUFF SPRINGS, FLA. Josephine Cottrell PENSACOLA, FLA. Marian Couch LAKELAND, FLA. Lillian Coyne QUITMAN, GA. Minnie Crosby CITRA, FLA. i i Page seventy-three TFye FLASTACOWO — 1996 Junior Clas! Minna Cunningham CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Blanche Curry KEY WEST, FLA. Olga Daffin MARIA NNA, FLA. Eloise Davis SASSER, GA. Leah Davis JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mabel Decker ORLANDO, FLA. Jess Dehon M ' lNTOSH, FLA. Claudia Demeritt KEY WEST, FLA. Dorothy Denning KISSIMMEE, FLA. Anna De Pass PALMA CEIA, FLA. Page seventy-jour TT e jj£ FLASTACOWO — 1996 m Junior Class Florida Dupree MIAMI, FLA. Rubye Edwards OCALA, FLA. Martha Ellis UNION SPRINGS, ALA. Viola Everett MIAMI, FLA. -.;■ ? ' ■ _ ■ « %x % (4i t AVA EZELL GRACEVILLE, FLA. Sybil Flynn WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Lillian Foulks CLEARWATER, FLA. Sybil Fox LAKELAND, FLA. Lily Fraser MIAMI, FLA. Olivia Futch ALACHUA, FLA. Page seventy -five TF e FLASTACOWO Junior Class Hazel Gilmore HOLLYWOOD, FLA Elizabeth Gireaudeau ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Ruth Goldberg PALATKA, FLA. Josephine Gosset QUINCY, FLA. Florence Graham KEY WEST, FLA. Louise Grayson BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA. Naomi Griffin FT. MEADE, FLA. Sara Gunn MIAMI, FLA. Mildred Harris JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Margaret Hinson JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Page seventy-six TTye tft FLASTACOWO — 1996 Junior Class Caroline Hincklemann ALACHUA, FLA. Marian Hines AUBURNDALE, FLA. Dorcas Hodge SOPCHOPPY, FLA. Minto Hopper CLEVELAND, FLA. JUANITA HUFFSTETLER MIAMI, FLA. Lois Inman JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fleta Jennings OKEECHOBEE, FLA. Ethel Johnson ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Jennie M. Johnson KEY WEST, FLA. Annette Johnston WHITE SPRINGS, FLA. If Page seventy-seven TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Junior Class Mary Johnston MACON, GA. Esther Jordan Gainesville, fla. Inez Lancaster TRENTON, FLA. Lillian Long Gainesville, fla. Annette Liddon MARIANNA, FLA. Helen Little JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Helen Lynch ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Edith Magill LA BELLE, FLA. Genevieve Martin TAMPA, FLA. DOMINICIA MASTALIO PANAMA CITY, PANAMA Page seventy-eight TF e FLASTACOWO — 1926 Junior Class Margaret Mighell CLEARWATER, FLA. Ada Miller ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Bessie Miller MIAMI, FLA. Claire Miller BONIFAV, FLA. Nancy Miller BRADENTON, FLA. Eunice Millinor MADISON, FLA. Penelope Mills JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Allyne Monroe TAMPA, FLA. Ella M. Muirhead SANFORD, FLA. Julia Murfree PRATTVILLE, ALA. ! Page seventy-nine i ' W § t r«fe tft ' s TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 i Junior Class Julia Musselwhite HOMESTEAD, FLA. Ellen McConnell TAMPA, FLA. Dorothy McDonald ANDALUSIA, ALA. Virginia McIlvaine LAKELAND, FLA. Alice Nicholson TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Maude McEwen LEESBURG, FLA. Martha Neel THOMASVILLE, GA. Mildred Nix ALBANY, GA. Mary George Pike LA GRANGE, GA. Vernon Pike MIAMI, FLA. Page eighty TF e FLASTACOWO — : = =?-= " - .y -? p i Junior Class Audrey Raines LAKE CITY, FLA. Edith Rahner ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Elizabeth Randolph ASHEVILLE, N. C. Iris Rhodes JASPER, FLA. Harriet Robinson ORLANDO, FLA. Lurlie Robinson MILTON, FLA. Clarine Runyan PENSACOLA, FLA. Myra Sadler OAKLAND, FLA. Hannah Schell FT. MYERS, FLA. Sadie Schilling FT. PIERCE, FLA. Page eighty-one f MM j -,4 TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 6f} (1 Junior Class Florence Shriner LARGO, FLA. Doris Sealey ALACHUA, FLA. Katherine Setze TAMPA, FLA. Rachel Smith LAKELAND, FLA. Lillie R. Spencer SAN FORD, FLA. Helen Spiller JACKSONVILLE, FLA. India Steed FOMPANO, FLA. Virginia Stone BENSON, N. C. Marian Stover PORT ORANGE, FLA. Helen Sutton MULBERRY, FLA. Page eighty-two ? f £ ' ■ 1 ' ' , V -1% T7 e riS FLASTACOWO — 1926 : ,- Junior Class Mary M. Swift GULFPORT, FLA. Audrey Swindell LAKELAND, FLA. Alberta Thalgott DUNNELLAN " , FLA. Mary Tower HOMESTEAD, FLA. Mary McGhee Townsend ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Martha Turner MIAMI, FLA. Annie Whidden WAUCHULA, FLA. Ollie Reese Whittle FOWLTOWN, FLA. Reno Wilhelm MIAMI, FLA. Iva Williams rf ■ - to ■ A ) Page eighty-three Fye FLASTACOWO — 1996 Junior Class Rosalind Williamson GAINESVILLE, FLA. Selina Wilson ATLANTA, GA. Margaret Yaryan ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Serena York CHIPLEY, FLA. Lois Varn FT. MEADE, FLA. Ruth Bledsoe IRON CITY, GA. Pauline Kelley DAYTONA, FLA. Annete Arthur SHELLMAN, GA. . Page eighty-four {f ' % TT c FLASTACOWO — 1926 ' .y ;y y ' . 1 1 ' , Page eighty-five Page eighty-six TTye FLASTACOWO — 1= Emma Spencer, Sanford, Fla. Sophomore Class Officers Emma Spencer President Ann Page Vice-President Hughetta Evans Secretary Elizabeth Weatherbee Treasurer Harriet Pullen Parliamentarian Dempsey Creary Athletic Manager Page eighty-eight Trie jgf FLASTACOWO — 1996 - v. Adair, Enid Allen, Ruth Adams, Zella Anson, Dorothy Alderman, Blanche Arnold, Alberta Alderman, Martha Ashmore, Annie L. Bacot, Flora Barnes, Grace Barnett, Evelyn Barnett, Geraldine Barnett, Mamie Bartlett, Doris Barwick, Mary B. Baughman, Charline Page eighty-nine Beach, Rachel Bradshaw, Martha Brashear, Zella Beggs, Emily Bradshaw, Ruth Brown, Mary Berkstresser, Helen Branning, Ruth Brown, Mary P. Bradford, Lois Branscomb, Martha Bryson, Julia Bostick, Elizabeth Bowdoin, Ruby Boyd, Annie Laurie Boyd, Gertrude Page ninety bowen, leta boykin, carline Butler, Wilhelmina Cabrera, Mary Cadmon, Mary Chapman, Etheline Chazel, Charlotte Choate, Ann Clark, Inez Clark, Martha Cochran, Lou Collins, Almead Comb, Elizabeth Cone, Maudie Conradi, Louisa Mae Cookman, Eugenia Page ninety-one Cooper, Jewel Couch, Emily Cox, Dorothy Creary, Dempsey Crews, Lora Curry, Marian Curry, Miriam Curry, Virginia Darby, Melissa Davis, Amanda Davis, Reba Dean, Mae Delaney, Eleanor De Pass, Ruth Des Roches, Una Dickens, Nell Page ninety-tiuo FLASTACOWO — Dowdell, Philip Epperson, Iris Feagin, Cleo Driggers, Mable Etheridge, Allie Mae Feinberg, Mary Dow, Margaret Evans, Hughetta Fields, Martha L. Earnest, Mary Faulk, Mary Fleming, Madeline Fletcher, Harriet Flowers, Beneva Flowers, Hazel Fox, Grace Page ninety-three Frame, Hazel Frank, Vera Fuller, Dorothy Futch, Mary Garrison, Pauline Gaunt, Carrie Gautier, Maybelle Gibson, Adele Gonzalez, America Goode, Catherine Goodrich, Zora Graham, Marjory Gray, Ruth Gray, Leslie Gregory, Acnes Griffith, May Page ninety-four TE e .o£ FLASTACOWO ' .y ;y ' - . «s Ajfi O, Grumbles, Dorothy Hale, Dorothy Hall, Catherine Hammond, Ella Harper, Ava Harris, Elizabeth Hatch, Margaret Hawkins, Lois Henderson, Sara Henline, China Herring, Gertrude Hitchcock, Joanna Hodgson, Mary Hopper, Ethel Hough, Grace Earl Howard, Edith Page ninety-five Huffaker, Mary Hyde, Lillian Jennings, Myrtle Jette, Muriel Johnson, Loice Johnson, Miriam Johnson, Melle Johnson, Sara Kehoe, Minnie Knight, Thelma Lake, Maude Lxncaster, Odessa Lee, Helen Li slie, Lots Leslie, Virginia Lockhari Edna Page ninety-six TFye FLASTACOWO — 1996 r LOESSNER, ALVINA Logan, Mary C. Long, Inez Lowe, Elizabeth Lybass, Frances Malcolm, Elizabeth Mallard, Alice Malone, Ermine Mathison, Willa Mayes, Elizabeth Meggs, Hortense Miller, Elinor Mintz, Theresa Mitchell, Frances Mizell, Joanna Moore, Adeline Page ninety-seven Morant, Dolores Moulton, Roxie McCormack, Kate McLaughlin " , Agnes Morgan, Grace Edna Murray, Elizabeth McCutcheon, Ruth Neylans, Jewel Mosely, Evelyn Murray, Mary Ruth McDonald, Elizabeth Neeld, Winifred Mosely, Elizabeth Murphy, Claire McGeachy, Agnes Nelson, Mary Page ninety-eight O ' Doneil, Evelyn Parker, Eunice Perry, Elaine Pipkin, Velmah Oroz, Magda Parker, Jeanette Phay, Theta Platt, Kathleen Page, Ann Parrish, Everett Phillips, Portia Pooser, Elinor Park, Caroline Peiffer, Dorothy Pierce, Maudie Posey, Louise Page ninety-nine fmM m SM TFye FLASTACOWO — Potter, Helen Price, Martha Priest, Mable Pritchard, Joyce Pullen, Harriet Reynolds, Lucile Rhodes, Mildred Richbourg, Mavis Rivers, Madge Robble, Louise Romph, Virginia Rudland, Iris Rush, Gladys Salley, Dorothy Page one hundred Tl e t FLASTACOWO — 1926 Sampley, Bennie Shad, Thelma Skipper, Lola Belle Smith, Helen Sanderson, Mary Shaeffer, Frances Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Lois Sanford, Fidelis Shingler, Elizabeth Smith, Fanny F. Smith, Margaret Space, Evelyn Page one hundred one Spencer, Ione Stallings, Letitia Stanley, Mary Stalvey, Lillie Steger, Gertrude Steinmeyer, Nelle Stevens, Georgia Stiles, Aline Stevenson, Dorothy Stoops, Leora Stribling, Nancy Swoope, Francis Taylor, Edith Tompkie, Julia Vanderipe, Genevieve Page one hundred tivo TFye sC FLASTACOWO — 1996 W Vann, Allee Waas, Kate Walling, Dorothy Walling, Virginia Way, Laura Wilcox, Lois Wilson Verta Weltch, Ganelle Williams, Katherine Wood, Katherine Weatherbee, E. Williams, Virginia Wylan, Marjorie Wendall, Edna Willowie, Anne Yarborough, Mary S. Page one hundred three Page one hundred four 1996 Mary Elizabeth Suhrer, Pensacola, Florida Freshman Class Officers Mary Elizabeth Suhrer President Sara Sompayrac Vice-President Mary Warren 1 Hudson Secretary Elizabeth Fairchild Treasurer Winston Hall Parliamentarian Bernice Conklin Athletic Manager Page one hundred six TF e FLASTACOWO — 1996 -., " ; f) Page one hundred seven Page one hundred eight P0MM FLASTACOWO — Page one hundred nine Page one hundred ten Page one hundred eleven TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 Page one hundred twelve Page one hundred thirteen m V. S TE e FLASTACOWO — 1996 » m Page one hundred fourteen Page one hundred fifteen TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 if Page one hundred sixteen Page one hundred seventeen Page one hundred eighteen FLASTACOWO The Torek Bearers (Founded in 1925) Motto: Service, Scholarship and Service Martha Page Vera Meldrim Mary Pringle Jeanne King Members Martica Saunders Winifred Holden Ruth Schornherst Dorothy Miller Nancy Hoyt Effie Doran Estelle Jones Evelyn Keck Gladys Nye Page one hundred twenty-one flif TTye FLASTACOWO Presidents Council Mary Pringle President of Student Government Jeanne King President of Y. W. C. A. Myra Burr President of Athletic Association Nancy Hoyt Undergraduate Representative Lois Varn Editor of Flastacoivo Martha Page President of Senior Class Cornelia Dozier President of Junior Class Emma Spencer President of Sophomore Class Dorothy Miller President of Home Economics Club Alice Winter President of Education Club Marie Haile President of Classical Club Mary Elizabeth Suhrer President of Freshman Class Page one hundred iiventy-tivo T7 e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Page one hundred twenty-three TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 Executive Committee Mary Pringle President Harriet Robinson ' Vice-President Leslie Gray Treasurer Melissa Darby Secretary Gladys Nye Senior Representative Helen Vernay Junior Representative Adeline Moore Sophomore Representative Jeanne King Y. IV. C. A. Representative Marian Watkins Tire Chief House Presidents Winifred Holden Bryan Hall Mildred Bruce Reynolds Hall Mary Weedon Broward Hall Ellen McConnell Elizabeth Hall Julia Dutton Jennie Murphrec Helen Ames Jennie Murphree Annex Page one hundred twenty-four Page one hundred twenty-five Tf e FLASTACOWO : : 1996 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Officers Jeanne King President Blanche Curry Vice-President Nancy HoYt Undergraduate Representative Mildred Harris Secretary Ruth Schornherst Treasurer Mary Pringle Representative from Student Government Dorothy Salley Chairman of Freshman Commission Dorothy Grumbles Chairman of Freshman Cabinet Members Elizabeth Jackson Esther Creamer Ruth Jelks Martha Turner Effie Doran Winifred Lee Mary C. Saunders Page one hundred twenty-six m r n Tf e FLASTACOWO — 1996 y y ' - — - — «« :, h ; V r Page one hundred tiventy-seven TI e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Fresh man Commission Officers Dorothy Salley Chairman Leslie Gray Vice-Chairman Thelma Shad Secretary-Treasurer Members Flora Bacot Lou Cochran Eugenia Cookman Ardis Crowe Marion Curry Madeline Fleming Grace Fox Leslie Gray DoROtHY Grumbles Lois Hawkins Joanna Hitchcock Mary Huffaker Elizabeth Landsden Francis Mitchell Harriett Monroe Adeline Moore Elizabeth McDonald Martha Price Joyce Pritchard Louise Quarterman Gladys Rush Dorothy Salley Thelma Shad Margaret Smith Emma Spencer Letitia Stallings Page one hundred twenty-eight T7 e FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' J ast. m ZJ ffi S V fc IS Page one hundred twenty-nine TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 ft - - j Freshman Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. Officers Dorothy Grumbles Chairman Kathryn Carlin Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Salley Chairman of Freshman Commission Members Ann Page Dorothy Grumbles Kathryn Carlin Harriet Pullen Mary Carolyn Logan Lillian Hyde Margaret Hatch Margaret Consigny Iris Epperson Hugh etta Evans Mary Ruth Murray Maxine McCl ' earen Alice Cullen Annie Houston Dempsey Creary Page one hundred thirty TT e jbC FLASTACOWO — 1996 r Page one hundred tltirty-one TFye FLASTACOWO — ?£ 1996 v Flamb amoeau Staff Martica Saunders Editor-in-Chief Jo Coarsey Assistant Editor Eunice Millinor Associate Editor Winifred Holden Associate Editor Elizabeth Jordan Exchange Editor Marie Haile Business Manager Ellen McConnell Assistant Business Manager Margaret Wells Sports Editor Mary Ruth Murray Assistant Sports Editor Winifred Lee Y. If. C. A. Editor Alice Dempsey Assistant Y. W. C. A. Editor Vera Meldrim Front Page Editor Alice Wonters .... Assistant Front Page Editor Katherine Anderson Society Editor Mary E. Eaves Assistant Society Editor America Gonzalez Flickers Marian Watkins Campus Circulation Helen Kennedy City Circulation Elizabeth Byrd Off-Campus Circulation Board of Managers Mary C. Saunders Class of 1926 Eunice Millinor Class of IQ27 Claire Murphy Class of IQ2S Page one hundred thirty-two " " v? id FLASTACOWO — Page one hundred thirty-three TT e FLASTACOWO 1996 fy - ft Flastacowo Staff Lois Varn Editor-in-Chief Margaret Yaryan Assistant Editor Maxine McClearen Associate Editor Edith Futch Literary Editor Mildred Nix Art Editor Teresa Bucksbaum lssistant Art Editor Kill McCormick Picture Editor Dempsey Creary Ithletic Editor Lillian Long Business Manager Mary R. Murray Assistant Business Manager Leslie Gray Advertising Manager Helen Vernay lssistant Advertising Manager Page one hundred tliirty-four TTyc FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 M fe Page one liundred tliirty-five TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Club Officers Gracie Flournoy President Eunice Parker Vice-President Ada Miller Secretary Lillian Long Business Manager Helen Addison Treasurer Thelma Gaskins Miriam Johnson Evelyn Hill Dorcas Hodge Lucy Lang Members Emily Couch Marion Davis Helen Addison Molly O ' Donald Lorina Eaddy Carolyn Folsin Cora Mae Hunter Charlotte Chazal Edna Wendel Vi rginia Romph Ada Miller Eunice Parker Ann Choate Lillian Long Iva Williams Helen Sutton Louise Quarterman Naomi Kilgore Martha Neel May McDonald Gracie Flournoy Sara Henderson Dorothy Pfieffer Louise Parker Sara Lyle Elizabeth Combs Louise Glover Page one hundred thirty-six FLASTACOWO — Page one hundred thirty-seven TTTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 Education Society Officers Alice Winters President Josephine Gossett Vice-President Kathleen Platt Secretary Vega Lewis Treasurer Lois Rigell . Reporter Directorate Agnes McCormick Edith Pender Clara Welch Elizabeth White Mildred Brantley Edith McCollum Alice Nicholson Annalee Stonstrom Ardis Crowe Lillian Hyde Dorothy Salley Emma Spencer Carmen Bartlett Edna Parker Louise Parker Theo Smith Page one Iiundred thirty-eight Page one hundred thirty-nine 1996 h s a b H j ft; 3 z „ W £ -n S 5 . £j h . Q 06 f s P E o W h. 1 5 -j. o o [-1 fe on o ►J r S pq OS S P P s Q S P z o«£ hundred forty The Classical Club Officers Marie Haile President Adeline Barber Vice-President Martha Neel Secretary Elizabeth Rogers Treasurer Mildred Nix . . . Corresponding Secretary The Classical Club has been re-organized into Interest Groups, so that every student of Greek, Latin and General Literature may attend interesting programs in the group most inter- esting to her. The members are divided into groups of: Private Life, Manual Arts, Music, and Archeology. Page one hundred forty-one FLASTACOWO — Classical Club Roll 1996 y n Edith Acosta Zella Adams Ruth Allen Mary Anderson Carmela Attanasio Elizabeth Arnold Olivia Avant Margaret Baker Annellu Ball Bessie Ballard Carolyn Banner Adeline Barber Olivia Barnes Evelyn Barnett Mamie Barnett Mary Bessie Barwick Charlotte Bassage Isabel Becker Mavbelle Bellah Gladys Bellew Colletta Bertsch Louise Bishop Mildred Bishop Frances Bond Ruby Bowdoin Alice Boyd Catharine Boyd Martha Branscombe Kathrin Bridge:; Maritu Bridges Elizabeth Bridgman Doris Brink Tyre Sue Brinson Ivelyn Brown Katherine Brown Mary Brown Nell Brown Alberta Brunson Mary James Mary Emma Jernagan Sue Johns Ethel Johnson Oliva Johnson Willimae Johnson Audrey Johnston Martha Jones Dorothy Jordan Evelyn Keck Minnie Kehoe Ella Clare Kempfer Jean Kennedy Martha Kennedy Elsie Kolsy Thelma Knight Dolly La Centra Elizabeth Lansden Margaret Lasley Elizabeth Larzelere Mary Latimer Helen Lee Winnifred Lee Bessie Lett Ve a Lewis Emily Lively Mary Alice Linch Dorothy Lock Ollie Claire Long Elizabeth Love Jessie Lowe Marion Lowe Elizabeth Malcolm Emmie Malone Vivian Markbam Genevieve Martin Julia Mathis Lois Mays Lillian Medford Vera Meldrim Rebekah Miller Ruth Miller Frances Minis Vivian Minis Georgia Mobley Grace Edna Morgan Elizabeth Mosely Marion Mosely Bonita Brunson Frances Buchanan Dorothy Bullock Suzan Burdett Alice Burns Esther Cadman Mary Cadman Annie Love Caial Fern Campbell Audrey Cannacy Ara Carlton Irene Carpenter Leta Carter Betty Castor Freda Lucille Chapman ' Mary Champlin Althea Chauncey Dorothy Clarke Evelyn Clarke Viola Close Ju Coarsey Lou Cochran Mary Coleman Almeade Collins Margaret Combs Elizabeth Combs Bernice Conklin Elizabeth Conklin Winnefred Connolly Louise Mae Conradi Jean Cook-man Marion Couch Esther Creamer Ruby Cress Elizabeth Crotty Helen Crouch Helen Cubberly Agnes Curry Lois Mullins Sara Murdough Anna Murphree i llaire Murphy Mary McCall Maxine McClaren Lyra McCollister Elizabeth McDonald Christine McKenney Octavia McNair Emily McPhail Martha Neel Katherine Nelson Inez Newman Olive Newman Bertha Nix Mildred Nix Elizabeth Norcross Evelyn O ' Doniel Elsie Ott Mildred Overstreet Theodora Pace Henrietta Padgett Anne Page May D. Partridge Emala Parkhill Pat Pate Effie Patillo Lucille Patronis Eleanor Pearson Louise Pelham Margaret Philips Elizabeth Pinder Emily Porter Louise Posey Marion Potter Myra Powell Lois Powell Martha. Price Mary Ann Price Leona Price Mary Pringle Joyce Pritchard Mary E. Puleston Marcella Purdom Portia Philips Louise Quart erman Amanda Davis Eloise Davis Leah Davis Vernice Davis Victoria Dahlberg Pearl Daw Virginia Dean Jess Dehon Ruth De Pass Thelma Dell Doris Des Rochers Margaret Dorman Louise Dorsey Fleta Doty Cornelia Dozier Carolyn Doyle Florence Drews Margaret Dyer Edith Edwards Martha Ellis Sara Ellis Alma Evans Hughetta Evans M. C. Feinberg Harriet Fletcher Sibyl Flynn Dorothy Ford Kate Forster Sibyl Fox Olivia Futch Rosa Galphin Eloise Gardner Pauline Garrison Thelma Gaskin Matilda Gay Julia Getzen Mary Getzen Christine Gilbert Donella Ralls Edith Rahner Moba Raper Frances Ray Kathleen Reucher Margaret Richard Eunice Rivers Alma Roberts Eleanor Rosen Elizabeth Rogers Iris Rudland Dorothy Russ Pearl Russ Elizabeth Sanford Ranna Savage Mary Sanderson Naomi Scoggan Vera Schug Elizabeth Mae Scott Corinne Scruggs Helen Slater Emily Smith Jo Smith Martha Terry Smith Patty Smith Veda K. Smith Corinne Spencer Martha Spiegelman Mary Stanley Frances Stakely Christine Standiford India Steed Nell Steinmeyer Parmelia Stevens Wilma Stewart Laura Strunk Betty Suhrer Olivia Ann Swift Annie Laura Taylor Edith Taylor Virginia Taylor Susie Thompson Dorothy Thrower Arbelia Ticknor Mary Tower Rose Tower Marv M. Townsend Elizabeth Girardeau Katy Gold Ernestine Gore Josephine Gossett Leslij Gray Mary Gray Maybelle Gray Thelma Gray Theresa Graves Frances Grether Elizabeth Guy Mildred Gwin Marie Haile Dorothy Hale Winston Hall Mabel Harrelson Althea Harris Hazel Hartzdaw Margaret Hatch Lois Hawkins Mary Hawkins Elizabeth Hayes Dorris Hemming Sarah Henderson Gertrude Herring Marion Hines Jo Hitchcock Beulah Hollingsworth Harriet Holt Lola Home Annie Wood Home Gladys Hough Grace Earle Hough Mary Warren Hudson Mary Huffaker Juanita Huffstellar Frances Ireland Eva Traxler Martha Trice Florence Tryon Willie Kate Tyson Katherine Ulmer Genevieve Vanderipe Allee Vann Elizabeth Vann Amy Doris Van Pelt Lois Varn Lynda Walker Mary Love Walker Margaret Walling Nell Wallis Miriam Warner Jeanette Washburn Maudie-Alice Weatherly Eleanor Weber Gaynelle Welch Harriet Wendel Mildred Wendel Adelaide Wentworth Bertha Westfleld Louise Wethington Ruth Wethington Olive Whaley Julia Whitfield Lois Wilcox Carrie Wight Birdie Lee Wilder Edith Wilkinson Estelle Williams Katherine Williams Betty Wilson Evelyn Wilson Selina Wilson Verta Wilson Emily Winslett Lois Wood Edith Woodward Josephine Wright Mabel Wright Mary Louise Wright Margaret Yaryan Dorothy Yonge Margaret Louise Yonge Marion Young Lydia Yowell Page one hundred forly-lwo CLUBS " TTye FLASTACOWO — Nearts Officers Inez Grumbles President Lucy Lang Secretary-Treasurer Members Gladys Bennet Lois Bradford Teresa Bucksbaun Cornelia Dozier Gracie Flournoy Dorothy Grumbles Inez Grumbles Evelyn Hill Nancy Hoyt Lucy Lang Vera Meldrim Emily McPhail Mildred Nix Louise Posey Emily Sanderson Lois Varn Page one hundred forty four Page one hundred forty-five TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 ?s V. V. Club Colors: Black and White Flower: Black Narcissus Motto: " Dig, Sisters, Dig. " Officers Jess Dehox Presiding V. V. Lucy Barber Gold-Digger Ruth Rex Date-Keeper V. V. ' s Elizabeth Love Emily Winslett Virginia Leslie Georgia Mobley Emily Lixgle I key Smith Ruth Scarborough Theo Hinley Octavta McNair Maxine Hankins Mildred Holly Florentine Holmes Page one hundred forty-six ' J®?. TT e fig FLASTACOWO — 1926 ' %. , r m Js ' • " " X 1 ' ay o« ? hundred forty-seven tf 77 MM0m 4Wr T e FLASTACOWO 1996 IN Cotillion Club Charlotte Storey, President Officers Frater in Facultate Louisa Verri Fratres in Collegio Mildred Nix Anne Deaton Mary Herbert Gvvynne Lucile Trice Russell McCord Dorothy Singletary Maude Lake Sarah Gunn Sara Sompyrac Betty Suhrer Sarah McCord Page one hundred forty-eight FLASTACOWO — 1906 ■WHY GIRLS GO SOUT Last Episode: Spotlights and Wedding Bells Drawings b y . R , l i» h Barton SOCIETY NOTE: The career of Judy Revell continues to puzzle the soothsayers of. M- ' fair. Admirers she has in squadrons, ' mere successful marriage is much too er accomplishment to interest a deb of Judy ' s and talent. In fact, she sent Winnie Vale?! ry other debS st Charlesty ide?L packing from Palm Beach in Florida would have g step to get him. Since time generously betwee Bennett, that char: who has thrilled us stage lover. However, have not been able to keep and her recent appearanj Toolchest Playhouse ha: to her record of varied conquests. A reception was held in the i Revell home after the opening of the Revue to celebrate Judy ' s stage debif; " i first time, the haul monde and haute , together the sacred Revell carpetry, t 3p ence to Thespis. Truly, when sue " occur, social history is in the making. SCENE: The sacred Revell said reception to celebrate Judy ' s tij theater. Judy, flushed and bea gratulations from all sidtj shot is praising her ear-shot are not prais around the outskirts o7 the truth— but they are any rate. J h ' ithin j speal of Judy, " Everybody in New York " had come, to do -«nce to Art, but most of them are leaving .because a rumor is afloat that a man who ts a penthouse on a new building in Park is at the peak of an unparalleled career : ping out in Jiquor. Nobody knows who but thy,- ' - , N exter believes his first In y , ' ' ' ' ' MMir(lfiHiii L _il one of the waiters she was there. The news about Jake, is ikinf Mfjfe cream of talent from hes.t ' , £L )Y is nc r because Ordeal this ni start, these fellow artistes go, iher throug h a ough nearsals for the revue to ' " j lie girls of the cast and had nothing to fear in the wjay of L couple of them had a certain [take away their monocles, and they Thus, feeling secure in the field of ' Judy had paid little attention to She disdained the Toolchest ward- jent, whose creations were being if cheese-cloth, radiator paint, and ind had ordered her gowns from ' et, studying them with much did her lines. |jit dress rehearsal, she lhat threw her into a fross the stage, there so gorgeously lovely ig was radically wrong, in terror, and bumped ld and silver robe de style " WSgm BBBBKm Page one hundred forty-nine .,l ' TlW3; Ulu i « frmsi fix Info ? 7 Tt e FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 HAZEL Fn VERTA WILSO riAGDA OR0SZ-- THELHA KMIGI LATY GOLD ALICE COLEY PORTIA PE1IIUP5 ROXEE riOULTOfl JEWEL COOPER mil FLYJIfi LUCRE. CHAPMAN PARHELIA 5TEVEHS GERTRUDE. HERRMG VIOLA EVERETT PRES. VIC ' EA EVERETT V.PRES. JEWEL COC EE ST, SEC. HAZEL FRAME TREAE VERTA W1L5011 REFT. KOXIE riOUETOn 5P0MS0E " En.CS ROSEtlAE COLORS I UK A EL WHITE. Page one hundred fifty % JF Musical Twelve Club (L. I. in Public School Music) Miss Zadie L. Phipps, Director and Sponsor Officers Cora Mae Hunter President Doris Sealey Vice-President Ada Miller Secretary Nancy Miller Treasurer Iris Epperson Reporter Emily Couch .... Reporter Members Ada Miller Ollie Reese Whittle Lillie Ruth Spencer Emily Couch Carolyn Hincklemann Mary Louise Brooks Doris Sealey Ruth McCutcheon Iris Epperson Cora Mae Hunter Iva Williams Nancy Miller Page one hundred fifty-one TTye FLASTACOWO Members in Faculty Lucile Sumner Louisa Verri Elizabeth Conradi Gladys Storrs Anna May Tracey Members in College Mildred Bruce Elizabeth Cartmell Mary Clayton Jo Coarsey Blanche Curry Mable Decker Cornelia Dozier Naomi Griffin Mildred Harris Helen Lynch Mildred Nix Eleanor Hope Miller Harriet Robinson Clarine Runyan Annalee Stenstrom Lois Varn Page one hundred fifty-two THFye FLASTACOWO — 1996. _ Pan-Hellenic Council Officers Nancy Hoyt President, Alpha Delta Pi Florence Tryon Secretary, Sigma Sigma Sigma Representatives Margaret Ramsay Kappa Delta Olivia Barnes Chi Omega Nancy Hoyt ilpha Delta Pi Ruth Jelks Delta Delta Delta Olive Schell Sigma Sigma Sigma Jeanne King Sigma Kappa Myra Burr Pi Beta Phi Edith Edwards Delta Zeta Susan Burdett Kappa Alpha Theta Mary Margaret Swift Zeta Tau Alpha Vera Meldrim llplia Gamma Delta Alice Dempsey Theta Upsilon Helen Spiller Pi Kappa Sigma Page one hundred fifty-four TT c FLASTACOWO — 1996 ■ i%s ' S - _ . Page one hundred fifty-five TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Kappa Delta Founded in 1897 Colors: Green and White Flower: White Rose Publication: " Angeles " Motto: " Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and right. " Kappa Alpha Chapter Installed in 1904 SORORES IN FACULTATE Helen Carter Lucile Sumner SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1926 Catherine Anderson Louise Henderson Lucy Lang Elizabeth Byrd Martha Page Margaret Ramsey Mary Pringi.e Marguerite Barcus Bessie Feagin Agnes McCormick Anna DuBose Jo Coarsey Lucy Barber Lillian Foulks Julia Murfree Emily Beggs Mary Nelson Ann Page Class of 1927 Dorothy Foy Helen Vernay Eleanor Hope Miller Class of 1928 Emily Winslett Marthe Logan Field Elaine Perry Dorothy McDonald Carolyn Jackson Margaret Moore Anna Murphree Geraldine Barnette Marion Moseley Gladys Rush Charline Baughman Corinne Spencer Ed Rush Ruth Scarborough Helen Newsome Louise Pelham Irene Mays Luella Bruce Elise Clarke Mary Warren Hudson Emilie Blackburn Pledges Mary Middleton Smith Sara Evelyn Williams Georgia Mobley Nan McMullen Edith Wilkinson Louise Sarles Salley Farell asenath murfee Janet Pugh Myra Powell Lois Pooser Alice Knight Margaret Barnes Lettie Lou Calton Elizabeth Hayes Lala Pate Rebekah Nelson Kathryn Turner Page one hundred fifty-six TF e FLASTACOWO 1996 ■ ' . Page one hundred fifty-seven Trye FLASTACOWO 1926 Chi Omega Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1895 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation Publication: " Eleusis " Open Motto: " Hellenic Culture, Christian Ideals " Gamma Chapter Installed in 1908 SORORES IN FACULTATE ROWENA LONCMIRE HELEN FERREE SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Olivia Barnes Mary Weedon Sallie Carter Florine Lewis Margaret Layton Elizabeth Cochrell Class of IQ27 Sue Alderman Lillian Long Mabel Decker Selina Wilson Kathryn Frazier Elizabeth Jackson Ellen Hobbs Edith Rahner Class of IQ28 Virginia Leslie Edith Taylor Lois Leslie Margaret McMullen Dorothy Sally Maud Lake Martha Alderman Harriet Fletcher Lelia Linebaugh Ruth Adamson Dorothy Driver Eleanor Miller Flora Bacot Terry Smith Elizabeth Bostick Martha Settle Eleanor Pearson Pledges Theresa Graves Mary Love Walker Mildred Holly Edith Woodard Mary Kennedy Sadie Spencer Nancy Cotter Olga Daffin Sue Johns Blanche Armington Page one hundred fifty-eight Page one hundred fifty-nine Tr e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Alpha Delta Pi Founded at Wesleyan College in 1851 Publication: " Adelphian " Open Motto: " We live for each other ' SoROR IN FACULTATE Mary Agnes Jeffries SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1Q26 Nancy Hoyt Elizabeth Loyd Helen Sparks Agnes Futch Class of 1Q27 Jess Dehon Penelope Mills Annette Liddon Cornelia Dozier Annette Arthur Mildred Nix Anne Christie Class of IQ28 Charlotte Storey Claire Murphy Elizabeth Love Elizabeth Whitaker Leslie Grey Emily McPhail Harriet Pullen Grace Earle Hough Pledges Mary Futch Anne Deaton Caroline Bond Harriet Wendell Elizabeth Johnston Blanche Hall Sara Sompayrac Octavia McNair Janelle Harrell Mathilda Gay Mary McG. Townsend Alice Burns Dorothy Thrower Martha Trice Winifred Walker Anne Choate Bertha Nix Ikey Smith Theo Smith Patty Smith Theo Hinley Angela Clark Maxine Hankins Emily Lively Mary Frances Chittenden Mary Maxwell Lowry Page one hundred sixty TT c FLASTACOWO 1996 Wh : " ■ . o. t i Page one hundred sixty-one FLASTACOWO — i 1996 Delta Delta Delt; Founded in Boston in 1888 Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Flower: Pansy Publication: " The Trident " Open Motto: " Let us steadfastly love one another " Alpha Eta Chapter Installed in 191 5 Elizabeth Coxradi SORORES IN FACULTATE Margaret White Katherine Montgomery SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Louise Buck Ruth Jelks Cornelia Colson Margaret Way Zelia Bouchelle Martica Saunders Marie Haile Gladys Nye Class of IQ2J Mildred Bruce Harriet Robinson Anna Leman Lily Fraser Class of JQ28 Mary Latimer Maxine McClearen Emala Parkhill Elizabeth MacDonald Gertrude Tucker Virginia Taylor Pearl Johnson Elizabeth Murray Alice Cullen Clifton Sexton Elizabeth Rogers Pledges Annette Johnson Gladys Turner Margaret Slemmons Naomi Scoggans Mary E. Puleston Olive Newman Christine Gilbert Sara Starke Lucile Trice Beatrice Balch Margaret Louise Younge Dorothy Younge Katherine Walters Betty Castor Violet Jones Lydia Yowell Page one hundred sixty-two ' - r ' TT c FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' .yxfyyZZ - H : ■ i • y 3 Page one hundred sixty-three 1996 Colors: Purple and White Sigma Sigma Sigma Founded at Farmville, Va., in 1895 Publication: " Triangle " Motto: " Faithful unto death " Flower: Violet Louisa Verri Rho Chapter Installed in 1920 SORORES IN FaCULTATE SORORES IN COLLEGIO Mattie Lou Horne Class of 1Q26 Iris Miller Olive Shell Lelia Underhill Eloise Marks Florence Tryon Esther Jordan Mary Alicia Fortner Lou Cochran Class of IQ2J Josephine Cosset Elizabeth Pinder Ethel Gaynor Class of IQ28 Elizabeth Way Pledges Lila Cochran Bonnie O ' Neal Jean Davis Olean Kelly Florence Shepherd Annie Laurie Boyd Nelle Steinmeyer Euphrosine Cochran Louise Simmons Holme Himsley Theresa Pinder Nettie Hall Page one hundred sixty-four ffi) n ; ' 7k- ' " v ;, r , TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 " ' ' JfyyZZ -- - " - ' I ; " Ma $ Page one hundred sixty-five TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 t ft Sigma Kappa Founded at Colby College in 1874 Colors: Maroon and Lavender Publication: " Sigma Kappa Triangle " Motto: " One heart, one way " Omega Chapter SORORES IN F .CULTATE Gladys Storrs Sue Pitchford SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1Q26 Iris Storrs Virginia Branscombe Jean King Class of IQ27 Martha Turner Margaret Yarvan Ada Miller Myra Sadler Mable Poe Mary Herbert Gwynn Class of IQ2S Floivrr: Violet Mary Ruth Murray Kathryn Goode Marian Curry Virginia Romphe Minnie Kehoe Elizabeth Jeter Pledges Elizabeth Gireaudeau Winston Hall Mary James Lala Home Marjorie Griffin Dorothy Richard Margaret Benbow Adelaide Wentworth Martha Branscombe Evelyn Barnett Eunice Parker Louise Conradi Carolyn Park Lucile Pyles Rachel Pitchford Tyra Lue Brinson Jean Compton Elizabeth Coleman Catherine Willis Marion Potter Lennie Gregory Emma Spencer Page one hundred sixty-six - b • Page one hundred sixty-seven TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Pi Beta Phi Founded at Monmouth College in 1867 dolors: Wine Red and Silver Blue Flower: Wine Carnation Emily Sanderson 1 Frances Mims Mary Clayton Ada Hebb Louise Branning Alberta Brunson Mary Evelyn Eaves Mary Gill Christine McKinney Elisa Ott Mae Griffith Margaret Johnson Doris Dew Elizabeth Vann Catherine Williams Neta Barham Keller Harris Beta Chapter Installed in 1921 SOROR IN FACULTATE Helen Hill Jones SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Mary Burke Inez Grumbles Julia Dutton Class of IQ2J Sybil Tucker Margaret Burnson Class of IQ28 Mildred Overstreet Ruth Rex Mary Sanderson Dorothy Grumbles Maria Lu Hutchins Lillian Hyde Sara McCord Pledges Elizabeth Larzelere Fllanore Overstreet Elizabeth Gates Victoria Clayton Mary Brown Helen Cawthon Mary Burr Myra Burr Ada Frances Gill Ruth Gill Sarah Gunn Isabel Warren Audrey Johnston Helen Kennedy Rebecca Leland Theresa Mintz Russell McCord Florentine Holmes Fredricka Campbell Nell Gardner Mary Lynne Weyl Martha Ballowe Emmie Gunn Kent McCord Page one hundred sixty-eight r ill lP)hr ' i m TT e FLASTACOWO — 1926 i-y ' . 3fth T " 4 is Page one hundred sixty-nine TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Delta Zeta Founded October 4, 1902, at Miami University Colors: Rose and Green Flower: Killarney Rose Publication: " The Lamp " Alpha Sigma Chapter Founded May, 1924 SOROR IN FACULTATE Catherine Z. Winters SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1926 Alberta Townsend Mary Cornelia Saunders Susie Lord Class of 1927 Mildred Harris Mildred Brantley Helen Sutton Class of 1928 Enid Adair Madge Rivers Madeline Fleming Pledges Nell Wallis Mae Winn Eunice Rivers Emma Wilder Clara Weltch Helen Little Evelyn Clarke Helen Slater Edith Edwards Pauline Jernigan Margaret Wells Olive Whaley Blanche Curry Elizabeth Cartmel Mary Carolyn Logan Elizabeth Wetherbee Helen Ames Ava Leatherman Katherine Ray Agnes Curry Mildred Bullock Esther Maud Saunders Elizabeth Shingler Charlotte Chazal Mi riam Jonson Doris Bartlett Alvina Loissner Margaret Consigny Winifred Neeld Ruth Allen Rubye Edwards Sallie Bryan Laura Way Helen Smith Helen Berger eugenis harrell Gertrude Mayo Jeannette Washburn Elizabeth Lansden Ruby Cress LlLA MURRELL Margaret Dyer Mary Beth Mortimer Wii lemae Johnson Sibyl Bourne Lillian Wilson Mattie McColskey Edith Sankford Page one hundred seventy m FLASTACOWO — Page one hundred seventy-one TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 a Tneta Founded January 27, 1870 Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Black and Gold Pansy Publication: " Kappa Alpha Theta Magazine " Beta Nu Chapter Installed in 1924 SORORES IN FACULTATE Jennie Tilt Edith West SORORES IN CoLLEGIO Class of 1926 Marion Watkins Elizabeth Sandford Edith Futch Elizabeth Whalton Catherine Boyd Alice Winter Gusan Burdett Glass of 1927 Alice Boyd Olivia Futch Claudia Demeritt Nancy ' Miller Blanche Alderman Katherine Carlin Dorothy Fuller Elizabeth Fairchild Annie Mary Moore Ernestine Goar Ruth Miller Class of 1928 Gertrude Boyd Florence Conklin Mariox Davis Marjo:ue Graham Pledges Verntce Davis Statia Watkins Mildred Wendel Kathleen Weaver Melissa Darby Mary J. Huffaker Martha Jones Velma Ruth Powkrs Mary Messler Mary Anderson Page one hundred seventy-two J?A TT e FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 -«f ( pj :. (■ i " J Pa tf one liundred seventy-three Tr e FLASTACOWO 1996 Zeta Tau Alpha Founded at Farmville, T a., 1898 Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Publication: " Themis " Flower: White Violet Beta Gamma Chapter Founded in 1924 SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Frances Walker Estelle Jones Olivo Corbett Winifred Lee Class of IQ2J Evelyn Hill Audrey Swindell Edith McCollum Mary Margaret Swift Elizabeth Randolph Helen Lynch Class of IQ28 Evelyn Space Vera Franke Mattie Lou Richards Lucile Anderson Joanna Mizell Louise Posey Mary Ernest Margaret Smith Pledges Pauline Parrish Mary Hawkins Joan Thompson Mary Redding Bernice McCollum Olivia Ann Swift Annie Wood Horne Hortense DeLand Lynda Walker Marian Sias Antoinette Brown Nancy Stribbling Marjory Colony Mary Ann Price Page one hundred seventy-four ifi S TTye a FLASTACOWO — 1996 ■ isn m m ? i Page one hundred seventy-five TY e FLASTACOWO — 1996 Alpha Gamma Delta Founded at Syracuse University in 1904 Colors: Red, Buff and Green Floiver: Red and Buff Rose Gamma Beta Chapter SOROR IN FACULTATE Elizabeth Doane SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1926 Esther Creamer Vivian Markham Alma Evans Vera Meldrim Class of 1927 Margaret Coffey Willie Mae Champneys Ellen McConnell Class of 1928 Lois Bradford May Denham Partridge Cleo Feagin Harriet Monroe Hazel Flower Jewell Neylans Lois Wilcox Pledges Elizabeth Combs Alta Cooper Helen Cubberly Nannie L. Crittlebaugh Eunice Millinor Elizabeth Monroe Helen Meldrim Philip Daudell Frances Hilsman Frances Hinson Dorothy Jones Annie 1 Lizzie Pike Mary George Pike Betty Sanders Martha Scarborough Ted Wetherington Page one hundred seventy-six " Tne . £ FLASTACOWO — 1996 Page one hundred seventy-seven TT e FLASTACOWO — ,.■ Colors: Rainbow Theta Upsilon Founded at the University; of California, 1914 Publication: " Dial " Motto: " Let there be light " Flower: White Iris Lambda Chapter Installed in 1925 SOROR IN FACULTATE Etta L. Robertson SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Adeline Barber Alice Dempsey Pearle Russ Gracie Flourney Class of IQ27 Anna Addison Audrey Canaday Helen Addison Anna DePass Flocida Du Pree Class of IQ28 Carline Boykin Ruth DePass Adel Gibson Emily Couch Mary Hodsdon Pledges Elizabeth Guy Helen Stringer Gretchen Geiger Dorothy Russ Elizabeth Wilson Page one hundred seventy-eight ■4 TT e , 1996 . . fell 1$ i tv. 1 IS ■ Pa e o«e hundred seventy-nine Tt e FLASTACOWO — ■fa. 1996 Pi K appa Sig ma Founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, November 17, 1894 Colors: Turquoise Blue and Gold Flotvrrs: Forget-me-not and Jonquil Publication: " The Laure ' . " Tau Chapter Installed in 1925 SoRORES IN COLLEGIO Class of IQ26 Dorothy Anson Mary Bessie Barwick Frances Davis Iris Epperson Adelaide Garfield Helen Lee Frances Mitchell Dorotha Peiffer Elizabeth Petiman Bennie Sampley Class of 1927 Gladys Collins Katfirine Setze Helen Spiller Pledges Martha Bradshaw Leita Bowfn Caroline Folsom Lillian Gramling Katherine Howe Roberta Lee Georgia Logan Maudie Pierce Martha Merritt Lucile Reynolds Jo Smith Kate Waas Marcaret Williams Page one hundred eighty ! " ' y Tfyc FLASTACOWO — 1996 n Page one hundred eighty-one TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 Alpha Chi Alpha Honorary Journalistic Founded in 191 9 Colors: Orange and White Floiver: Chrysanthemum Publication: " Alpha Chi Alpha Messenger " Gamma Chapter Installed in 1921 Honorary Members Miss Rowena Longmire Dr. William G. Dodd S()RORES IN COLLEGIO Nancy Hovt Alma Evans Marie Haile Winifred Holden Josephine Coarsey Martica Saunders Mary Ruth Murray Marian Watkins Lois Varn Page one hundred eighty-two 1 e% FLASTACOWO — 1996 .y ' . 4 ; i) n o micron Nu Honorary Home Economics Installed 1922 Colors: Pink and Lavender Dorothy Miller Members Martha Page Edith Futch Elizabeth Whalton Estelle Jones Faculty Members Miss Margaret Sandals Miss Jennie Tilt Miss Mable Erwin Page one hundred eighty-threi TF e FLASTACOWO Iota Pi Omicron Honorary History Fraternity Colors: Purple and Silver Founded 1924 Flower: Red Rose Members Katherine Ray Lois Rigell Emily Sanderson Florence Shriver Iris Storrs Marion Watkins Mary C. Whitfield Alice Winter Luna Bowdoin Susan Burdett Sallie Carter Agnes Curry Edith Edwards Vivian Free Winifred Holden Minnie McAuley Honorary Members Dr. J. O. Knauss Miss Venila L. Shores Mr. Arthur Williams Mrs. Arthur Williams Miss Catherine Z. Winters Page one hundred eighty-four FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' .y y ' . Kappa Delta Pi Founded ' at Illinois in 191 1 Publication: " Kappa Delta Pi Record " Purpose: To encourage in its members a higher degree of consecration to social service. To this end it shall maintain the highest educational ideals and shall foster fellowship, scholarship, and achievement in educational work. Alpha Delta Chapter Installed January, 1925 Members in Faculty Inga Helseth Edward Conradi Nathaniel Salley P. F. FlNNER Emma Helseth Helen - Hill Jones Audrey Packam Evelyn Mudge Louisa Verri Minnie Rosenbloum Members in College Clara High Florence Tryon Luna Bowdoin Minnie McAuley Mrs. P. F. Finner Clara Weltch Mrs. Lucy K. Miller Page one hundred eighty-five Ilgf fry TT e FLASTACOWO — i y A,.- f $ Chi Delta Phi Founded 1919, at University of Tennessee Publication: " The Litterateur " Pi Chapter Installed 1925 SOROR IN FACULTATE Hazel M. Stevenson SORORES IN COLLEGIO JO COARSEY Alma V. Evans Nancy Hoyt Vera Meldrim Eug enia Cookman Mary Evelyn Eaves Eunice Millinor Elizabeth Sandford Martica Saunders Lois Varn Edith Taylor Page one hundred eighty-six FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' ft 1 Phi Kappa Phi Open Motto: " The love of learning rules the world. " Edward Conradi Arthur Williams William George Dodd Nathaniel Moss Salley Margaret Rector Sandels Ella Scoble Oppermann Elmer Riggs Smith Josiah Bethea Game Alvin Stewart Faculty Members Lanas Spurgeon Barber Edmund Vernon Gage Raymond Bellamy James Owen Knauss Hattie Mae Carmichael Paul Frederick Finner Inga Olla Helseth Leland Judson Lewis Walter Scott McNutt Jennie Tilt Emma Helseth Helen Hill Jones Olga Larson Katherine Montgomery Mae Winfield Mona Aiderman Audrey Packham Rowena Longmire Herman Kurz Catherine Winters Student Members May Belle Bellah Viola Close Clara High Winifred Holden Nancy Hoyt Elizabeth Jordon Gladys Nye Katherine Ray Florence Tryon Clara Weltch Alice Winter Alumnae Members Elizabeth Robinson Mary Bailey Sloan Isabelle Williams Page one hundred eighty-seven % T% FLASTACOWO t • ' 1 Our Honorary Organizations ' LPHA CHI ALPHA and CHI DELTA PHI are kindred organizations. ALPHA CHI ALPHA is a Journalistic Fraternity, whose members have distinguished themselves in college journal- ism, while CHI DELTA PHI stands for the best in lit- erary effort. IOTA PI OMICRON is an Honorary Historical Fraternity, and its members must excel in History, at the same time maintaining a high average in other subjects. KAPPA DELTA PI is an Honorary Educational Fra- ternity, which requires a high scholarship as prerequisite for membership, and whose members must come from the School of Education. OMICRON NU is an Honorary Home Economics Fraternity. Its members must do outstanding work in the subjects of Home Economics, and excellent work in other subjects. Page one hundred eighty-eight Athletic Board Officers Myra Burr President Helen Lynch Vice-President Emma Spencer Secretary Mary Ruth Murray Treasurer Annalee Stenstrom . Rcprescntative-at-Large Page one hundred ninety-one FLASTACOWO 1996 F Club Officers Annalee Stenstrom President Meb Decker Vice-President Dorothy Fuller Secretary and Treasurer Dorothy Fuller Sarah Benedict Meb Decker Hazel Flowers Elle.v Hobbs Evelyn Keck Lillian - Long Members Gladys Rush Annalee Stenstrom Frances Walker Helen Lynch Clarime Runyan Dempsey Creary Emma Spencer - Martha Branscomb Marion Couch Margaret Richards Dorothy Armstrong Eleanor H. Miller Ellen McConnell Harriet Robinson Lerlie Robinson Lou Cochran Jewel Cooper Mildred Nix Joyce Pritchard Mary Ruth Murray Myra Burr Lois Hawkins Audrey Swindell Mary S. Yarborough Russell McCord Addie McCormick Eernice Conklin Mhmbers ix Faculty Katherixe Montgomery Louesa Verri Helen Ferree Lucile Sumner Page one hundred ninety-two I ' i ill eilb T ' i m TFye ' I ' tfA FLASTACOWO — 1996 r : V if If Page one hundred ninety-three w« TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 ■■MHHMW SENIORS fa e o«f hundred ninety-four fi MMK -T TTye FLASTACOWO 1996 .. " " ■ « JUNIOR BASKETBALL JUNIOR VOLLEY BALL m % )Ik 6 Pa 7 ? o«£ hundred ninety-five ifisg ?- TFy_e FLASTACOWO — 1996 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SOPHOMORE VOLLEY BALL Page one hundred ninety-six 1 £m Trye jg. FLASTACOWO — 1996 ;: i 4 . - • . % - JA I FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRESHMAN VOLLEY BALL Page one hundred ninety-seven l|fp TE e FLASTACOWO — T 1926 m Hi A ifA ODD BASKETBALL ODD VOLLEY BALL Page one hundred ninety-eight FLASTACOWO 1996 X - EVEN BASKETBALL EVEN VOLLEY BALL Page one hundred ninety-nine fili ' " " ! . , ' p fiV r ' Km,{. C fa n e FLASTACOWO — VARSITY BASKETBALL Pa £ wo hundred Tt e sM FLASTACOWO — 1996 m • x ■ VARSITY VOLLEY BALL Page tivo hundred one TFyc FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 Evens, on you Evens, traight down that line— le ball right ' round the Odd team, sure this time: Rah, Rah, Rah. Evens, on you Evens, em how to play — ens, Fight. Fight, Fight, I today. jKVEN TEAM IS BIG AND BOLD. k is Big and Bold, fee a in ; £?.; ' • Green anJ Gold, fight Evens, Yea Even team; Yea Evens, Fight Even team. O, here comes Even team, O, how in the world do you know — - We know them by their mighty play And the Odd team lying low. Rah, Rah, and the Odd team lying low. EVEN SPIRITS NEVER DIE. Even Spirits never die — Them bones ' gwine rise again. Hit ' em in the head an ' knock em in de eye — Them bones " gwine rise agai I know it, indeed 1 know it sistej I know it — whew — Them bones ' gwine rise agal O ' ER THE STANDS IN 1 O ' er the stands in Green and Even banner fly; Cheer, oh, cheer, like volleyed thu Echoes to the sky. See the Even team is winning, gi more — Then fight, fight for the Green and G Old Evens forever more. , BELLS OF HEEE? The bells of Hell go ting-a-ling-ling For the Odds and not lor us — Up where the angels sing-a-ling-ling, That ' s where you will find us. EVEN SPIRITS — and Page two hundred two FLASTACOWO — 1996 The whole Odd team is out today,. And with this game we ' re going •. team, lethere ' ll be an 1. Odd team! l team! Rah, rah, rah! v You tell ' em Odds, You ' re big and strong. You tell ' em Odds, You ' re coming along. You tell ' em Odds, You ' ll get that ball. You tell ' em Odds, And watch them fall. You tell ' em Odds, You ' re big and strong. Ypu tell ' em Odds, You ' re coming along. You tell ' em Odds, You play ball quick, You tell ' em Odds, ' That they can ' t stick. You tell ' em Odds, You play ball fast. You tell ' em Odds, That they can ' t last. You tell ' em Odds, You ' ll get that ball, And watch them fall. Here comes the Evens Ha! Ha! Ha! Here comes the Odd tean; Rah! Rah! Rah! Who am I betting on? Can you guess? Odd team, Odd team! Yes! Yes! Yes! When all the Odd team members fall in line We ' re going to win again another time. To F. S. C. we " ll ever loyal be, And for the Odd team we will cheer so faithfully. We ' re going to fight, fight, fight the whole game thru, We ' ll get that ball and will put it thru, For we ' re the Odd team, Odd team, have no fear, Hear us cheer, rah, rah, rah! £jr this game Ose Evens Cheer, girls, cheer, the Odd team has the ball! My, oh my, just see that Eve -AND ODD PEP Page two hundred three ' " M M Page two hundred four TFyc FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' 5 ' ' ;■! • M » -sr MV- ' Ma FIELD DAY, 1 925 Page two hundred five rfralii!% « r Page two hundred six ■» iO;«w V.is ■ i. .- V.! - 4 ! i ' .wSti » ;, Boc FEATURES ° 1! " " ■ " !( c c Courtesy of Robbins-Engel Publishing Co. Page two hundred nine IT e FLASTACOWO — 3fe 1996 12 Ukulele Arr. T une ITkiJ t ie G C E A Words by DOROTHY TERRISS and LEO WOOD Valse moderate A Lovely Bit of Melody Lovely Lady WALTZ Music by CARL Ri;PF Copyright MCMXXIV by LEO. FEIST, Inn., Feist Building, New York International Cvpyright Secured and Reserved London- England, Francis, Day Hunter, Ltd. 138-140 Charing Cross Road Toronto— Cft»ad», Leo. Feist Limited, lft. ' j Yonge Street " Beauty " — Mary Pringle Courtesy of Leo. Feist, Inc. Page livo hundred ten TT e gf FLASTACOWO — 1996 ' .y y ' - Charleston Baby Of Mine Lyric by BERNIE GROSSMAN Intro Melody by DANNY DOUGHERTY Vamp Piano fflgp Copyright MCMXXV by Stark Cowaii,15H: Broadway, N.Y.C. International Copyright Secured " Grace " — Lois Bradford Ma.tr in U.S.A. Courtesy of Stark Cowan Page two hundred eleven flfS? TTCye FLASTACOWO — 1996 (1 I ' m Sitting On Top Of The World (Just Rolling- Along- — Just Rolling " Along) Lyric by LEWIS and YOUNG ' to FOX -TROT SONG Ui ' _M±. rr. By MAY SINOH1 BRSSS ae Note Below Music by BAY HENDERSON Copyright MC5JXXV by LEO. FEIST.lnc, Feist Building ' , Sew York ■ international Copyright Secured and Reserved London -EEghtnd: Francis, Day Hunter, Ltmlted,l38- 140 Charing- Cross Road Toronto- Canada; Leo. Feist Limited, L83 Yonge Street " Pep " — Lucy Lang Courtesy of Leo. Feist, Inc. Page, tivo hundred twelve FLASTACOWO — 1Q96 V " Lyric by ' BENNY DAVIS Moderato NO WONDER (That I Love You) Pox Trot Song Ukulele Arr. By MAY SINGHI BR KEN Copyright MCMXXIVby LEO.FEISI, Inc., Feist Buildiu£,NewYcrk International Copyright See Tret and Reserved Ukulele Chords in Key 6 Wish Piano i — r— i — i Tune Ukulele G C K A Letters under Diagrams " Cutest " — Claire Murphy Courtesy of Leo. Feist, Inc. Page l wo hundred thirteen Tlye FLASTACOWO 1996 Because They All Love You Uke.arr, by Jeanne Gravelle jEr 1 li== Words by fhf r F- TOMMIE MALIE Nearest Player 4 ? a 2nd l - Moderato Piano Music by JACK LITTLE Copyright MCMXXIVby Henry Waterscm Ino, New York Cjty International Copyright Secured " Popularity " — Mary Pringle Made in U.S.A. Courtesy of Henry Waterson, Inc. Page two hundred fourteen TT e gf FLASTACOWO — 1926 YouVe Just A Flower From An Old Bouquet Words by CWYXXK DENNI (EW Mu »: • by LUC 1 EX DENNI " Charm " — Martha Page Courtesy of J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co.. Page tivo hundred fifteen jfii TTye FLASTACOWO — y ' S5C So That ' s The Kind Of A Girl You Are Words by BILLY ROSE f- AL DUHIX Music by J OK BURKE G C E a Mod era to m PIANO A . y srmm bhken " Originality " — Lois Varn Courtesy of Irving Berlin, Inc. Page two hundred sixteen TTye FLASTACOWO — 1996 -— ' Z Bringin ' Home The Bacon • (FRANK BANNISTER By LEW COLWELL i VAN SGHENK Moderato Copyright MCMXXIV bj Hearst Music Publishers of Ca European Representatives B.Feldman Co., London , W. C. International Copyright Secured. Made In U.S.A. " Most Athletic " — Dempsey Creary Courtesy of Hearst Pub. Co. Page tivo hundred seventeen TFye FLASTACOWO 4 The Season ' s Outstanding Dance Hit Tun Lt " I ' ll See You In My Dreams Lyric by GUS KAHN Moderato TROT Copyright MCMXXIVby LEO. FEIST, Inc., Feist Building, New York titermttional Copj rfgAt Seen red nnd Reserved London -England, Francis, Day Hnnter,L ' t ' d. 138-140 Charing Cross Road Toronto -Canada, Leo. Feist Limited, 1H3 Yonge Street. " Versatility " — Myra Burr Courtesy of Leo, Feist, Inc. Page two hundred eighteen TT c FLASTACOWO — 1996 -j- tsr. Yoa Gotta Know How Lyrics by RALPH WILLIAMS and ERNIE ERDMAN Moderato Fox-Trot Song Ukulele Ace. hy MAY SINGH 1 SHE EN » Sue Note Below Music by WALTER DONALDSON Copyright MCMXXV by LEO.FEIST, Inc., Feist Building, New York 3 » J i ' ' r» lUkulele Chords in kryof ' International Copyright Secured and Reserved ITonluv uiUUiianoAcc... I? " Wisdom " — Winifred Holden Courtesy of I eo. Feist, Inc. Page tivo hundred nineteen smb a TT e FLASTACOWO — 1996 _ iSaSt c mRiEs these: song , Every am conhinsi l MLEk - ' . ' ■lot •...-..■. tional cofc|Je WSVelty song- its l HF£RlShT 77i«- i .amt-a Cm O ■ BE TOW KNEW SEJSSJEi LIKE I HLMOW SUSIE ie fglT- o we. musical comedies WHO TAKES CARE OF THE CARETAKERS DAUGHTER ! WI1ILI THE C UtEXUiER ' S B«§V TUUNG C Rf, ) Cliff Edwards ' terrific, comedy Kit in ' JLaSy, BE GOOIJT it ' ll ' T 1 i ' l I K i n ' 1 5 P i Who takes caro of ttc caro-tak-i-r ' sdAii b-fcrWIillethficaJo-tttk-erflbus-y tafc-Eng. c ro? CuVftlghl MCMXXV t.y Sh pJ 6,B«fft»t»ln 4 Co ler- W! Qcel ohi (Rsh cyclonic- singing 3risaticrt or- the, century a :hai - " t . »» .A. ' 4 AtvH THE PRISONER ' S SONG 7l standard s l ction from our fiiz l EiJirMOl :sh I had ;r;,::: r SAVE YOUR SORROW(Fo»To Mokhow) .- ' • ' . ii) smtle long by (he. ujri ' cr oh .lI ' ftML. tffiiWXMl £ " £rf I ' l ' ' , I ' l I 1 .1,1 f l| ' . , | ' I Snulo a while to day,- ' .o.awtiteACo.!m IF YOU HAD TCONtA AY ••. 7f.iW I woold.ct be I ma IF YOU lUD-N ' TGONKAV. ' AY 4|j j|E]JMB M IN I lorojou, I «.flil; SFaZJK % M S L IB IIU ' BiUlXD ' —J PETLR ' P M- f Love Vqu j - -% , Ut d H . uoum m im%l omy om tForMe) ' J T 77f£ END OP THE RO ID ' Courtesy of Skidmore Music Co. Page two hundred twenty FLASTACOWO — 1996 " Our Patrons Marshall ' s Furchgutt Vogue Drews ' Jacobs ' Tangee Long Is Greenleaf-Crosby Dobbins Glass Dixon ' s Cole ' s Carter ' s Burns Gramling Guaranty Mortgage Co Capital City Bank Tallahassee Furniture Co Clark ' s Mickler ' s Collins Palace Shoe Shop McNair ' s Bien ' s Lewis State Bank J. A. McDonald Co Salmagundi Gift Shop Citizens ' Bank Daffins ' Theater Leon Electric Co Surprise Store Grant Furniture Co Middle Florida Ice Co Kingan Co Citizens ' Bank University of Florida Mae ' s Seaboard Airline Miami Grocery Co Byrd ' s Grocery Guerry ' s Maas ' Tarr Furniture Co Wilson ' s Hill ' s I eon Milk Co Dr. Johnston Exchange Bank Dutch Kitchen Dr. Van Brunt Wilson ' s da . Tampa, Flor Jacksonville, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Jacksonville, Flor Jacksonville, Flor land City, New York Jacksonville, Floi Gainesville, Floi Gainesville, Floi Tallahassee, Floi Gainesville, Floi Tallahassee, Floi Tallahassee, Flor . Tampa, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor . Miami, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Fl Tallahassee, Flor . Tampa, Flor . Gainesville, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Jacksonville, Flor . Miami, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor . Tampa, Flor . Tampa, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor Tallahassee, Flor . Gainesville, Flor Tf e FLASTACOWO MARSHALL ' S " Some Place to Eat " No. 1 — 404 Tampa Street No. 2 — 5 1 Tampa Street No. 3 — 316 Franklin Street No. 4 — 910 Franklin Street OUR SANITARY BAKERY 100 Ross Avenue TAMPA, FLORIDA M 5Uft FLASTACOWO — 1996 .J- iis " FURCHGOTT ' S ' T ?e Store Accommodating " One of the State ' s Largest Department Stores Everything for the College Woman and a most efficient mail order department. Goods forwarded same day the order is received. AN EXPRESSION OF OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION OF YOUR PATRONAGE DURING THE PAST YEAR THE VOGUE FEMININE WEARABLES TALLAHASSEE, FLA. L25 M A ■ n TTye FLASTACOWO A JEWELRY STORE NOTED FOR SERVICE JEWELERS TO THE COLLEGE GIRL Tfye FLASTACOWO — 1996 COMPLIMENTS OF THE MIAMI GROCERY COMPANY MIAMI, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF DR. JOHNSTON S SANITARIUM Our Ice Cream is Made From Pure Sweet Cream W. L. DOBBINS CO. ICE CREAM, CANDY AND CIGARS GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA n 1996 45-49 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA GLASS INCORPORATED TWO STORES IN GAINESVILLE The University City of Florida The College Girls ' Friends and the Home of Good Things to Eat and Drink " SPORTING GOODS " IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY GOLF, TENNIS BASKETBALL VOLLEY BALL, ETC CARTER ' S SPORT GOODS STORE Where Service Follows Sale FLASTACOWO 199£ : MAAS BROTHERS Is Florida Headquarters for Women ' s Apparel and Accessories, and is ready at all times to give you the best in quality and service at the least cost. You are always welcome to inspect our merchan- dise, whether or not you are ready to buy. If at any time you are unable to visit this store, and there is some- thing you would like to have or know about, just write Jane Lee and she will gladly give your letter her personal attention. There is no charge for this service. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Hardware, Plaster and Cement, Patton ' s Paints APPLICATION OF TILE AND COMPOSITION ROOFS the j. a. Mcdonald co. MIAMI TTye FLASTACOWO — lor tuPeddinqs 1996 KJ N _ Gra.duatwoi) i hpiversaries Birthdays 4 irtu c favors GREENLEAF CROSBYCO. JEWELERS Noted -for Quality -41 West Bat k JACKSONVILLE JT GUERRYS Successor to Levy Brothers READY-TO-WEAR Phone 481 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA The WILSON COMPANY The University City ' s Leading Department Store The Last Word in Fabrics, Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery 1=1 GAINESVILLE, FLA. FLASTACOWO — 1996 IN FLORIDA ] RESPONSIBLE and de- fy pendable service for re- sponsible and dependable buyers and sellers. Mabry-Hall Realty Company RELATORS 212 E. Lafayette Street, Tampa, Florida Compliments of the Guaranty Mortgage Co. 406 Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla. TF e FLASTACOWO 1996 TARR FURNITURE COMPANY INCORPORATED Interior Decorators and Furnishers FURNISHINGS FOR CLUBS, LODGES AND FRA- TERNITY HOMES OUR SPECIALTY Send us your floor plans, measurements and designs of windows, and our Interior Decorator will assist in the selection of proper Furniture and Draperies All Mail Orders Given Our Careful Attention Address: INTERIOR DECORATOR P. O. Box 2949 TAMPA. FLORIDA For Your Lunches and Parties And Anything You Want to Eat, Go to T. B. Byrd S Son FINE GROCERIES AND " EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT " Telephone 1 LEON ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electragists Service and Quality in EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Telephone 45 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA FLASTACOWO — 1906 P. W. WILSON 8 COMPANY West Florida ' s Best Store This Store Has Been Enlarged and Improved and at All Times Shows Complete Stocks of Dependable and Seasonable Merchandise at Most Reasonable Prices DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS READY-TO-WEAR FOR LADIES, CHILDREN ART NEEDLE WORK, SHOES Everything for the College Girl P. W. WILSON 8 COMPANY TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA D- A, Dixon Co. LIBRARY CARDS AND GUIDES LEATHER RING BOOKS AND FILLERS Give Us a Call C. H- Coles Sons Established 1903 Jewelers, Silversmiths Opticians GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA JOHANSEN ' S LADIES ' SHOES The Newest and Most Exclusive Styles HOLEPROOF HOSIERY Burns-Gramling Company Monroe St. and Park Ave. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA Tlye FLASTACOWO It ' s the Best Shop in Tallahassee for Misses and Women Gage Wejiman Sport and Dress Hats Peggy Paige, Irene Castle,House of Youth Julia Ho t, and Claire Govtfns, Coats and Suits New Styles Every Day PHONE 78 SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK MAE ' S SHOP FLASTACOWO — IQQb SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY The Most Direct Route to All Points New Cross State Line in Operation Between St. Petersburg, Tampa, Okeechobee and West Palm Beach YOUR PATRONAGE ALWAYS APPRECIATED G. Z. PHILLIPS W. R. CANOVA C. G. WARD A. P. T. M. General Agent City Ticket Agent JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE COMPNY Picture Framing Phonographs and Records We Appreciate Your Patronage Come In and See Us Palace Shoe Shop G. CAPELOTO, Proprietor Just Across From the Leon Hotel We mend the rips And patch the holes, Build up the heels And save your soles. Phone 144-R P. O. Box 252 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. J. E. McNAIR DRUGGIST Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Martha Washington and Hollingsworth Candies. College business especially solicited. McNAIR ' S Opposite Courthouse Telephone 23 Tallahassee, Fla. TT e FLASTACOWO — fcft A Cordial Welcome ALWAYS To the Faculty and Students of the Florida State College Safety First, Then Service THE CAPITAL CITY BANK TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 1996 May Life Bestow the Cream Of All Good Things Upon the Class of 1926 LEON COUNTY MILK CO. Ice Cream for All Occasions THE SURPRISE STORE Tallahassee ' s Busiest Dry Goods Store QUALITY, VALUE, SERVICE. ARE THE CARDINAL PRINCIPLES OF OUR BUSINESS Your Patronage Always Appreciated WELL-SELECTED FURNITURE IS THE FIRST NECESSITY FOR HOMEY HOMES And the True Test of Women of Today as Homemakers " We Cater to Those Who Care " GRANT FURNITURE COMPANY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA FLASTACOWO " ., - " ■% " - You Can Always Enjoy a Bottle OF exxvi ORANGE CRUSH LIME CRUSH DELAWARE PUNCH OR ANY OF OUR DELICIOUS SODAS As Sanitary as Sunshine Inspect Our Plant MIDDLE FLORIDA ICE CO. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. TELEPHONE 9 KINGAN AND COMPANY PORK AND BEEF PACKERS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The Home of " RELIABLE " MEATS Proof: The Students Eat Them THE CITIZENS BANK TALLAHASSEE, FLA. CAPITAL $50,000.00 We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Quarterly A Live, Progressive, Strong Bank on College Avenue. Your Business Will Be Appreciated Here. J. F. DORMAN. President W. C. HODGES. Vice-President CARL MITCHELL, Cashier DIRECTORS J. F. Dorman Wm. C. Hodges Wm. Child Jos. A. Demetree Fred H. Davis Carl Miitchell Mrs. Annie Mae Ferrell Daffin Theater C. E. DAFFIN, Manager TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA " If it is the best picture, you ' ll see it at Daffin ' s first " Tr e FLASTACOWO r - 1926 THE LEWIS STATE BANK TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Florida ' s Oldest Bank; Began Business in 1856 Invites Your Account Resources Over $2,500,000,00 Always Something New Salamagundi Gift Shop Gifts Girls Give Cards, Embroidery Packages, Favors Daffin Theater Arcade Dr. W. E. VanBrunt DENTIST Telephone Building Telephone 25 7 Dutch Kitchen Success is not an accident, but the culmination of a plan persistently followed, like- wise a substantial bank account Citizens Bank £J Trust Co. TAMPA. FLORIDA Where Service is Supreme FLASTACOWO — IQQ(d State and Federal Supervision THE EXCHANGE BANK Is a member of the Federal Reserve System, and as such conforms to the rules and regulations laid down by the Federal Reserve Board. Moreover, it is chartered under the laws of Florida and is subject to strict State super- vision. Every safeguard is provided to protect the interests of depositors. THE EXCHANGE BANK OF TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Hill ' s Book-Jewelry Store The Store With a Variety of Remem- brances and Gifts for Every Day in the Year " The Store Accommodating " Watchmakers Engravers PHONE 14 7 M. Wesley Carter, Owner 146 S. Monroe St. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. The University of Florida Consists of five separate and distinct colleges and five other branches of va- ried activities, located on a domain of 613 acres. 1. The College of Arts and Sciences 2. The College of Agriculture. 3. The College of Engineering. 4. The College of Law. 5. The Teachers College. 6. The Graduate School. 7. The Summer School. 8. The Agricultural Experiment Station. 9. The Agricultural Extension Di- vision. 1 0. The General Extension Di- vision. Sixteen units, or four years of suc- cessful high school work, are required for admission to the freshman class. For catalog or further information, address Registt trar University of Florida GAINESVILLE CLARK ' S, the GIFT STORE Gifts for All Occasions Jewelry Books Stationery COLLINS FURNITURE COMPANY House Furnishings Tallahassee, Florida P. T. MICKLER The Store of Quality and Service Phone 83 FANCY GROCERIES « " « Uw. V ' 1 T7 e FLASTACOWO — 1996 THE CAPITAL CITY STUDIO Fine Portraiture In All Branches ARTISTIC COLOR WORK ENLARGING and KODAK FINISHING E. BIEN Photographer for 1926 Flastacowo TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA -4 THIS BOOK PRINTED BY BENSON :.W fyP LARGEST COLLEGE ANNUAL PUBLISHERS IN THE WORLD HIQHEST QUALITY WORKMANSHIP SUPERIOR EXTENSIVE SERVICE PRINTING COJ NASHVILLE, t jENN. COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS FLASTACOWO 1996 Autographs Tf e FLASTACOWO — : . 1996 Autographs I I t }


Suggestions in the Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) collection:

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1923 Edition, Page 1

1923

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1924 Edition, Page 1

1924

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1925 Edition, Page 1

1925

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1927 Edition, Page 1

1927

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1

1928

Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 1

1929

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