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B 5 • mm V Wj . L • ' v F L A S T A C O W « o 1933 vN II s - • • ■ » t ' . a I s • • ' V •• ( % ' I n . l »• T V 1 y VP Published by the Junior Class OF The Florida STATE College for women TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA VOLUME XX BOm IE EDWARD CONRADI President of the Florida State College For Women CHARLOTTE M. BECKHAM Dean of Students ARTHUR WILLIAMS Vice-President of the Florida State College for Women JOHN G. KELLUM Business Manager ELMER RIGGS SMITH Secretary of the Faculty ELIZABETH GORDON ANDREWS Director of Personnel SIMEON ROBERT DOYLE Registrar WILLIAM GEORGE DODD A.B., Bethany College; A.M., Harvard; Ph.D., Harvard Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Head of the Department of English The College ol ' Arts and Sciences offers courses to give that traditionally cultured background that is designed to promote the further seeking of the higher things of life. It furnishes an opportunity to secure the wider general training that is essential to the more abundant social and professional leadership which should be held by college trained women. The English Department has for its students clear thinking and effective speaking and writing; to familiarize tural and spiritual ideals of English speaking through the study of our literature; and to foster the appreciation of beauty through the study and of arts of poetry and the drama. The instructors in the Department are: Professor Eleanor Bryce Scott, M.A., Ph.D.; Professor William Hudson Rogers, M.A., Ph.D.; Professor Gay Linton Diffenbaugh, M.A., Ph.D.; Associate Professor Rowena Longmire, M.A.; Associate Professor Hazel Allison Stevenson, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Mildred Fay Henry, M.A.; Miss Esther Smith, M.A.; Miss Mary Helen McKean, M.A.; Miss Sarah Herndon, M.A.; Miss Ruth Nolan Taylor, M.A.; Mrs. Lou E. W. Miller, A.R., B.S. aims, to develop in expression through them with the cul- peoples in them practice NATHANIEL MOSS SALLEY A. B. Wofford; Graduate Work at U. of Chicago, U. of Wisconsin, and Columbia Dean of the School of Education Head of the Department of Education The School of Education is the division devoted to edu- cation of teachers. In the four-year curriculum a student concentrates in professional work, education, and psy- chology and has a distributive concentration in the sev- eral subjects which she wishes to teach. The Department of Education is responsible for giving such courses of study as will best prepare kindergarten, primary, elementary school, junior high school, senior high school teachers, and supervisors for the various duties that will confront them. The department purposes to give such professional training as will enable students to use to greatest advantage in the profession of education all their training and experience. The instructors in the deijartment are: Professor Mark H. DeGraff, M.A., Ph.D.; Professor Ralph Lee Eyman, Ed.D. ; Professor James Garfield Ste- vens, Ph.D.; Associate Professor Marion Jewell Hay, M.A., Ph.D.; Associate Professor David H. Briggs, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Rachel Elizabeth Gregg, M.A.; Associ- ate Professor Mabel Rudisill, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Pro- fessor Maud Schwalmeyer; Assistant Professor Elma Wil- liams Ealy, B.S.; Miss Nita Katherine Pyburn, M.A. ; Mrs. Ruth Taylor, M.A. MARGARET RECTOR SANDELS B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Columbia Dean of the School of Home Economics Head of the Department of Home Economics Home Economics contributes to the development of a fine art of living as it provides opportunity for the in- telligent study of such phases of home and family life as child rearing, human relationships, housing, nutrition, clothing, money management and other such aspects of daily existence in the home. The School of Home Economics offers courses concerned with topics such as these, as its contribution to the gen- eral education of women. It provides specialized training in the professions growing out of former home activities, and it encourages investigation and research in such sub- jects as fall under the general topics of the family and its relationships, family economics, the house, food and nutrition and textiles and clothing. Ihe instructors in the department are: Professor Jennie Tilt, M.S., Ph.D.; Associate Professor Anna May Tracy, Ph.D.; Associate Professor Henrietta Ruth Sivyer, M.A.; Associate Professor Ruth Connor, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Leila Venable, M.A.; Assistant Professor Cecelia Schuck, M.S.; Miss Genevieve Crawford, M.S.; Mrs. Grace Baker Hill. M.S. ELLA SCOBLE OPPERMAN B.M., M.M., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Pupil of Jedliczka in Berlin; Pupil of Moszkowski and Guilmant in Paris Dean of the School of Music Head of the Department of Piano and Organ The School of Music offers courses in piano, voice, or- gan, violin, cello, public school music, and composition. It is successfully preparing its graduates for vocational service in these same fields. It is reaching a still larger group in its impress upon the students of other schools by assisting them to self-expression through individual in- struction and by group work in glee club, orchestra and ensemble. Through appreciation of music courses and con- certs it is teaching the ])ower to understand and enjoy uni- versal language, a part of man ' s being in all walks of life. The instructors in the department are: Associate Profes- sor Etta Lucile Robertson; Associate Professor Walter Ruel Cowles, A.B., Mus.B. ; Associate Professor Margaret Whitney Dow, A.B., B.M.. F.A.G.O. ; Associate Professor Anna Mae Sharp, B.M.; Associate Professor George Wade Ferguson; Assistant Professor Zadie Lillian Phipps, B.M.; Assistant Professor Owen Frink Sellers; Miss Mona Alder- man, A.M., B.M.; Miss Madeline Keizer, A.B. ; IMiss Gladys Olive Koch, A.B. ; Miss Mary Emily Reeder, B.M.; Mrs. Gladvs Storrs Proctor, B.M.; Miss Adelaide Margaret Lee, B.M., F.A.G.O. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR BEATRICE BEYER WILLIAMS Head of the Department of Art The general foundation offered art students includes courses in drawing, perspective, mechanical drawing, design, lettering, and the history of art. Advan ced work may be grouped under these general heads: design, interior decoration, stage craft, painting, composi- tion, figure sketching, and commercial drawing, and a course for training teachers. The instructors in the Department are: Assistant Professor Marjorie H. Balchelder Makielski, B.A.E.; Miss Helen A Thrush, M.A .; Miss Eleanor Sheldon. PROFESSOR ALBAN STEWART, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Bacteriology. Bacteriology was introduced at Florida State College for Women about fifteen years ago as an appendage to Botany. When it was started it was not expected that it would ever be more than an ap- pendage to supply the needs of the majors in Home Economics and a few other girls who elected the course. As time went on more and more interest was shown in the subject, so that nine years ago the present course in General Bacteriology was established to meet the needs of the average student more nearly than did the more specialized course which they had been taking. At present two peo- ple are employed full time in the teaching of Bacteriology. The other instructor is Miss Elizabeth Griffing, M.S. PROFESSOR HERMAN KURZ, M.S., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Botany The various courses in Botany deal with plant reactions, anat- omy, identification, life histories and so on. As in other biological sciences opportunity is given to discover or verify facts of life as shown by plants. Botanical work therefore offers training in the scientific method of approach as applied to animate things. Since plants take such an important place in our surroundings the cul- tural and practical value of " Botany " must be and is made, ap- parent. It will be seen that work in Botany is something more than a mere exultation about flowers. The other instructor in the Department is Miss Ruth Schorn- herst, M.S. PROFESSOR LELAND JUDSON LEWIS, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers courses in general, ana- lytical, organic, physiological, and physical chemistry. These are designed to give the students the essentials of a fundamental science. The work of the most outstanding contributors to chemical science is stressed. Graduate courses leading toward a Master ' s degree are offered. The staff has been fortunate in keeping In touch with the local and national sections of the American Chemical So- ciety and is thereby familiar with the recent advances in this field. The instructors in the Department are: Professor Beulah Doro- thea Westerman, M.S., Ph.D.; Miss Isabel McKinnell, M.S.; Miss Gertrude Vermillion, M.A. PROFESSOR JOSIAH BETHEA GAME, Ph.D., Litt.D. Head of the Department of Classics and General Literature The Department of Classics and General Literature includes all the courses offered by the college in the Latin language and litera- ture, in general or comparative literature, and in archaeology. The instructors in the Department are: Associate Professor Olivia Nel- son Dorman, M.A.. Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Edith Woodfin West, M.A. PROFESSOR BEULAH B. BRILEY, M.S., M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Economics and Commerce The Department of Economics and Commerce endeavors to train students to enter the fields of active business and business re- search. Since the individual in either of these fields will find her- self working with others of varied training, and in organizations that are related to all other activities of life, emphasis is placed upon cultural as well as technical training. The instructors in the Department are: Assistant Professor Lu- ella Mary Richey. B.C., C.P.A. ; Assistant Sadie Gertrude Young, M.A.; Mrs. Lucile Grider Bass. L s I ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR HENRY FLOYD BECKER, M.A. Head of the Department of Geography The function of Geography is to examine and interpret the ad- justments which groups of people have made to the combinations of natural environmental conditions which exist in the regions in which they live: to explain why men use the land and its resources as they do; to study the opportunities and handicaps for utilization by man of unit regions throughout the world. The instructors in the Department are: Miss Gladys Fawley, IVr.S.; Miss : rargueritp Adrienne Taylor, Ph.D. PROFESSOR KATHRYN TRIMMER ABBEY, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of History Two objectives are sought by the Department of History. In the first place, a general survey of European civilization is provided which may serve as a tool for other fields of knowledge. In the second place, under a staff rich in study and experience, oppor- tunity is given for a more complete tracing of the rise of human society through its efforts and achievements. The instructors in the Department are: Professor Arthur Wil- liams, M.A.; Professor Robert Spencer Cotterill, M.A., Ph.D.; As- sociate Professor Venila Lovina Shores, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Pro- fesssor Annie Marie Therese Popper, M.A., Ph.D.; Miss Alice Mar- garet Christensen, M.A. MISS EDITH PAULA MOLS, M.D. Head of the Department of Hygiene The Department of Hygiene instructs students in matters of per- sonal and public health that will aid them to live a more hygienic life in college and community. A comprehensive course in First Aid is also included. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR EMILY PITMAN WILBURN, B.L. Head of the Department of Industrial Arts The Industrial Arts Department offers to students preparing to teach courses which will enable them to enrich their professional educational world through the knowledge and skill gained. Pot- tery, modelling, small sculpture, weaving, metalcraft, leatherwork, and other minor arts are taught. The instructors in the Department are: Miss Hazel Deetz, B.S.; Miss Lucie Westcott. A.B.; Miss Sallie Williams, B.S.; Miss Oceana Hopkins Hashgen; Mr. Oval Stanley Harrison, B.S. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR EARL LYNN VANCE, M.A. Head of the Department of Journalism Courses in Journalism are designed to provide a background for a writing career, to give an intelligent understanding of the con- temporary scene, or, for the student whose chief interest lies in other fields, to give a command of the language which will be found generally useful. MISS LOUISE RICHARDSON, M.A. Librarian and Head of the Department of Library Science From one course, given for the first time in V.) ' 2Ti, has evolved the Department of Library Science, organized and maintained solely for the purpose of training librarians for small high schools. The de- partment offers seven courses in the regular session and twelve in the Summer School. Enrollment is limited to twenty-five. Fac- ulty, equipment, and laboratory space conform to standards of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. The other instructor in (he I epartment is Miss Etta Lane Mat- thews, A.B. PROFESSOR ELMER RIGGS SMITH, M.A. Head of the Department of Mathematics The department of Mathematics has two purposes. Its inteution is primarily to give students an adequate understanding of the fun- damental mathetical truths and secondarily to develop logical ap- plication to problems in books and in life as well as speed and accuracy. The other instructor in the Department is Assistant Professor Olga Larson, M.A. PROFESSOR ARTHUR ROMEYN SEYMOUR, M.L., Ph.D., Litt.D Head of the Department of Modern Languages The Department of Modern Languages aims to develop in stu- dents some facility in speaking and writing foreign languages. Courses in literature dealing with outstanding authors and literary movements afford an acquaintance with the intellectual life of France, German, Italy, and Spain. The life and customs of these countries are presented. The instructors are: Associate Professor Lucy Lester, M.A.; As- sociate Professor Myrtle Elizabeth Dolbee, M.A.; Associate Profes- sor Margie Burkes. Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Frances Benje, M.A.; Mrs. Dorothy Reeves Breen, M.A. ; Miss Mildred Finnegan, M.A. ; Mile. Madeleine Postaire, A.B.; Miss Jane Bailey, A.B.; Miss Cath- erine Piazza, M.A. PROFESSOR ANNA FORBES LIDDELL, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Philosophy Philosophy has arisen through man ' s efforts to solve the eternal questions, " What can I know, " " How should I live, " " What can I hope. " Its history shows the progress of human thought developing in its own freedom. The purpose of courses in philosophy is to stimulate clear, critical thinking, to develop sound, discriminating judgment and appreciation of ultimate values — in Platonic phrase, " to liberate the soul " for the complete enjoyment of life. MISS KATHERINE WILLIAMS MONTGOMERY, M.A. Head of the Department of Physical Education The purpose of the department of physical education is, through its class and extra-curricular program, to give to all students an opportunity to increase health and physical efficiency, to find joy and satisfaction in activity and at the same time to so enrich their repertoire of recreational activities that their leisure time both in college and in later life will become a constructive factor in its contribution to more complete living. The instructors in the Department are: Miss Marjorie Mayer, M.A. ; Miss Helen Haggerty, M.A. ; Miss Josephine Morrison, B.S.; Miss Dorothy White, B.S.; Miss Mildred Stewart, B.S.; Miss Kath- leen Callahan, A.B.; Miss Mary Settle, B.S. PROFESSOR HAROLD FREDERIC RICHARDS, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Physics The Department of Physics offers a full program of undergradu- ate work. Subjects emphasized in the more advanced courses in- clude electricity, light, heat, mechanics, radio. X-rays, radioactivity, photoelectricity, and the mathematical theory of physics. The De- partment is well equipped for lecture demonstrations and for in- dividual work in the laboratories. The equipment includes a splen- did 5%-inch refracting telescope mounted to serve as an " observa- tory on wheels " which can be rolled to open places on the campus for astronomical observations. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR VIOLA GRAHAM, M.A., M.S., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Physiology The courses in Physiology deal with the basic facts as applied to physical activity, human anatomy, and a survey of current journals for recent research. At present the department of physiology and anatomy is estab- lished in the Demonstration School. There are offered two general courses in human physiology and human anatomy, and two ad- vanced courses. PROFESSOR BESSIE CARTER RANDOLPH, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Political Science It is the purpose of the Department of Political Science to in- struct students in the organization and functions of the state, to train them in the scientific approach to governmental affairs, and to assist them in their efforts to participate with understanding and with sacrifice in the duties of citizenship and public service in a democratic world. PROFESSOR PAUL FREDERICK FINNER, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Psychology The Department of Psychology exists to the end that the know- ledge of human life won in the laboratories during a century may live and bear fruit among our people. It labors in the service of the State in the firm belief that as the issues of life are made intelli- gible, life is ennobled, freed, and made effective for greater purpose. The instructors in the Department are: Associate Professor Christian Paul Heinlein, Ph.D.; Associate Professor Hugh Lee Was- kom, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Edith Mildred Rurlingame, M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Julia Heil Heinlein, M.A., Ph.D.; Elizabeth Gordon Andrews, Ph.D. PROFESSOR ARTHUR WILLIAMS, M.A. Head of the Department of Religious Education The aim of the Department of Religious Education is to oiTer to students the opportunity to know the great religions of the world, to understand the Bible, to study the life and teaching of the Christ, to give the Christian religion a deeper meaning, and to give stu- dents a broader conception of God. PROFESSOR RAYMOND BELLAMY, M.A., Ph.D. Head of the Department of Sociology The Department of Sociology is organized to serve a dual pur- pose. A program of courses is offered which is intended to give a cultural influence and furnish the fundamental understanding of group life which results in better citizenship. A second program of courses introduces the students to the principles of social welfare work. The instructors in the Department are: Associate Professor Coyle Ellis Moore, M.S., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor Elinor Ninis, Ph.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MARY HOLLINGSWORTH BUFORD, A.B. Head of the Speech Department The aim of the Speech Department is to give training to those planning for work on the public platform as readers or lecturers, to students working to prepare for the teaching of speech, to those preparing for a business life, and for purely cultural ends. The In- structors in the Department are: Miss Alethea Smith, A.B. ; Miss Lula Margaret Wyly; Miss Kemper Moore, A.B. ; Miss Sara Eliza- beth Thompson, A.B. PROFESSOR LANAS SPURGEON BARBER, M.A. Head of the Department of Zoology The aim of the Zoology Department is to invite interest in the various phases of animal life, to give training in obtaining first hand information to students preparing for medicine, teaching, or as part of a general education. Chief emphasis is placed on fresh- man courses and the advanced courses in ornithology, comparative vertebrate zoology, parasitology, and embryology. The other in- structor in the Department is: Assistant Professor Ezda May De- viney, M.S. 3fn iWemortam WIZT jTWa c ' J L MARGARET LOUISE TEAGUE Apalachicola, Florida A.B. in Commerce President MARJORIE DAY MACKEY Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Commerce Vice-President INES LEE BOTTARI Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Secretary VIVIAN FLORENCE BROWARD Jacksonville, Florida B. S. in Arts and Science Treasurer WILMA MILTON Trenton, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Parliamentarian GRACE KERBY Miami, Florida B.S. in Chemistry Athletic Manager 19 Fxr -ig 1 . c MARY PORTER ALLAN Ft. Lauderdale. Florida B. S. in Sciences HAZEL MAE ALLEN Thonotosassa, Florida B.S. in Education ELIZABETH AMBROSE Waldo, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences MiLLICENT AMSTUTZ Brooksville, Florida A.B. in Commerce MARJORIE ANDERSON Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Commerce MARY LOU ANDERSON Monticello, Florida B.S. in Economics 19 FXa7 - nfr ZXV ANNIE BELLE ANTHONY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Education ALIVIA WILLIS ANTHONY Apalachicola, Florida B.S. in Education ELIZABETH PARKER AUTREY Kissimmee, Florida B.S. in Education BONITA RUTH BAILEY Ocala, Florida A.B. JESSIE L. BALDWIN Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Education DOROTHY BALLOWE ELifaia, Alabama A.B. in Education I9 ' 3.3 rX -m 1 O JEAN BIGHAM Tampa, Florida B.S. in Chemistry ANNA CAVERLY BOND Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Education SARAH CAROLINE BONE Gainesville, Florida A.B. in Education JESSIE ALLEYNE BOOTON Marshallvllle, Georgia B.S. in Education NAN THERESA BOYD Eagle Lake, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ISABEL BRAINARD Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Latin 193.3 FlTaj t ac AGNES ELIZABETH BRANDON Lake Worth. Florida A.B. in Education NINA ELIZABETH BRASWELL Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ANNE ELIZABETH BRITTAIN Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics VIRGINIA MANN BRYANT Jacksonville, Flofida A.B. in Arts and Science ALICE BUFORD Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in English MARTHA EVELYN BULKLEY Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Commerce I9 ' 5.5 I? " .L- AjTTA ' C FLORENCE ARLOA CAMERON Winter Haven, Florida B.IV1. in P.S.M.; Certificate in Voice IVIARY FRANCES CAMPBELL Quincy, Florida A.B. in Education ANNIE ANTOINETTE CARLESI Tampa, Florida A.B. in Commerce EMILY MEARS CARLETON Winter Park, Florida A.B. in Commerce LOUISE ETNA CARPENTER Laurel Hill, Florida B.S. in Home Economics RUTH CARPENTER Orlando, Florida B.S. in Home Economics 1933 ri-A JF CO a O KATHERINE CARTER Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education MARTHA CASON Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Education FRANCES CAUSEY Wauchula, Florida A.B. in Psychology; Certificate in Spoken English CORNELIA CAVERLY Tallahassee, Florida B.S. MILDRED GRACE CAWTHON DeFunlak Springs, Florida B.M. in Piano ELVERA CEPEDA Holopaw, Florida B.S. in Food and Nutrition 193.5 h-.L. Ajr iir .Ay COVs O CATHERINE SULLIVAN CHASE Lakeland, Florida B.S. in Physical Education MARY DARBY COLLINS Tallahassee, Florida A.B. PERFECTA R. COLMENARES Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education FLORA M. COMBES Orlando, Florida A.B. LIVONIA CONGDON Alva, Florida A.B. in Education RUTH CONRADI Manchester, Georgia B.M. in Public School Music Certificate In Voice I93:3 FllAjfT ACOWO PAOLA CASTANEDO COPELAND Everglades, Florida A.B. in Education JOSIA LEE COTTON Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics EVELYN J. COVINGTON Lakeland, Florida A.B. in History VIVIA CRAIG Dade City, Florida A.B. in Education VIRGINIA LEE CRENSHAW Coleman, Florida B.S. in Education HATTIE RUTH CREWS Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education I93.S Ir.b. Ajr Tfr JX CQAa hO EMILY ELIZABETH CROSLAND Punta Gorda, Florida B.M. in Public School Music Certificate in Voice DOROTHY CULPEPPER Perry, Florida A.B. in Education VIVIAN MARIE DALLETT Miami Beach, Florida A.B. in Journalism ANNA MARGARET DANIEL Lakeland, Florida A.B. FLORRIE LOCA DAVIS Frostproof, Florida B.S. in Education PARKE CABELL DAVIS Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in English 193:3 FTa " jf j c o A 0 RUTH DeGRAAF St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Education MANNIE PENN DEVORE Reddick, Florida B.S. in Education FRANCES LOUISE DILLARD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Education EVELYN DONEGAN Miami, Florida A.B. In Commerce OLIVE ANNA DUGGAN Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics BETTY DUNN Daytona Beach, Florida A.B. in Englisli 193.3 TvlT JW -1 c SARA ELLIS DUNN Daytona Beach, Florida A.B. in French ELISABETH EARLE Sanford, Florida A.B. in Education MARY ADAIR EDWARDS Orlando. Florida A.B. OLIVE GEORGIANNA ENGEL Key Largo, Florida B.S. in Chemistry HELEN GOULD EVERETT St. Augustine, Florida B.S. in Home Economics IRMA FEINBERG Quincy, Florida B.S. in Home Economics 19 r ' .L.AjT T ' A C OAaAO IDA STRIPLING FENNELL Tallahassee, Florida A.B. ANGELINA ROSE FERRARA Tampa, Florida A.B. In Modern Languages ESTHER MARIE FRANCO Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education FRANCES C. FRIDY Reddick, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences ELEANOR WRIGHT FULLER Miami, Florida A.B. in Psycliology RHEA GALLAGHER Port Tampa City, Florida B.S. in Physical Education I9 ' 3:3 rX TA C BERNICE GALLENTINE Daytona Beach, Florida B.S. in Physical Education MARY ANN GATCH Deland, Florida A.B. ROSALIE MARGUERITE GERACI Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education CORNELIA MAE GERBER Pomona, Florida B.S. in Chemistry THELMA BELLE GILL Deland, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ALMA LOUISE GILLIS Wauchula, Florida B.S. in Education 19 P " L. A jT WA C O WO LOUISE GOODBREAD Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education MARION GRADY Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Arts and Sciences HALLIE CORA GRAHAM Waldo, Florida A.B. MARGARET GRAMLING Marianna, Florida A.B. in Education MARY HELEN GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Modern Languages MARY GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. If i? " ,L. Ajr TIr kV COAa 0 NANCY GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in French ROSE BUD GREER Lake City, Florida B.S. In Education ANTOINETTE GUENTNER Lake Worth, Florida B.S. in Commerce ZOLA MARYAN HAINES Lake Wales, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MILDRED ELIZABETH HALL West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. OLIVE RUTH HANEY New Smyrna, Florida A.B. in Education l -S-J FlTajt = Ir ,ZXVi CO ' SUE EVELYN HANSHAW Bagdad, Florida A.B. in Education FLORENCE FRANCES HARPER Washington, D.C. A.B. WILHELMINA HEATH La Belle, Florida A.B. in Commerce VIRGINIA GERTRUDE HECK Miami, Florida A.B. in Education DOROTHY BYNUIVI HENDERSON West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in Education ELEANOR LEE HERBERTSON Ocala, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences " 9 Fi: ' TA ' C ANNIE LOIS HICKS Key West, Florida A.B. BESSIE EVELYN HINSON Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics LUCILLE HODSDON Miami, Florida A.B. EMMA M. HOLT Newberry, Florida A.B. in Education EULA SCHERFFIUS HOPF Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences FRANCES GERTRUDE HOUCHARD Largo, Florida B.S. in Home Economics 1933 FZX]r " rAC FRANCES MILDRED HUBERT La Belle, Florida B.M. in Public School Music MARIE HUFFMAN Winchester, Tennessee A.B. in Arts and Sciences EDNA GERALDINE HUNT Jacksonville, Florida B.S. In Home Economics HARRIET DUDLEY ISLEY Hendersonville, North Carolina A.B. in Education EMILY JACKSON Apopka, Florida B.S. in Education DOTTIE RAE JENKINS Keystone Heights, Florida B.S. in Physical Education rX TA ' C ETHEL JONES Century, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences MARGUERITE JONES Orlando, Florida A.B. MARY LOU KEY Miami, Florida B.S. in Education CLARICE KINSLAND Asheville, North Carolina A.B. in Education HAZEL MINDWELL K1RKHUFF Bradenton, FlorTda A.B. in History FRANCES LITCHFIELD KNAPP St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences 19X3 ' P " .L. A J ' TA ' C INDIA JOHNSON KUDER Monticello, Florida A.B. in Education KATE LAIVIAR West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in Education IV1ARTHA LAUENBORG West Palm Beacli, Florida A.B. in Commerce FAY LAWRENCE Pahokee, Florida A. B. in Education ELSA IV1. LAWSON Orlando, Florida B.S. LILLIAN LESLIE LEidH Mobile, Alabama B.S. 193.5 Ir.k. A C 0 A 0 EMALY LEWIS Camilla, Georgia A.B. HELEN LINNEMEIER Coral Gables, Florida A.B. KATHLEEN LOUISE LONG Sanford, Florida A.B. in Education LOIS MAXINE LYMAN Melbourne, Florida A.B. in Sociology PHYLLIS MARCELLUS Daytona Beach, Florida B.S. in Chemistry EVELYN MARKS St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences 1933 I L !?• L. A jT TA C O a O SARA FRANCES MARSHALL Jacksonville, Florida A,B. In Journalism DORIS WINNIFRED MARTIN Daytona Beach, Florida B.M. In Piano META AGNES MARTIN Oxford, Florida A.B. GENIE MARIE MATHEWSON Miami, Florida B.S. in Physical Education PEARL MELISSA MATTESON Eustis, Florida B.S. in Education FLORENCE MAE MAURER Tampa, Florida A.B. in History |r,L.Ajr Ttr JS COV O CHARLOTTE MAXWELL Cocoa, Florida B.S. RUTH McCOLSKEY Lake City, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MILDRED O ' NEAL McCOY Reddick, Florid a A.B. in Education BERNICE McCREDIE Miami, Florida B.S. in Education MARGARET McDONALD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MARGARET FURRY McGRAW Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Commerce I ' Ai ' F L. A Jf WA C 0 s 0 DOROTHY CELIA McKETHAN Brooksville, Florida A.B. in History IVIYRA McLean Pensacola, Florida A.B. in History ANN AVERIL McMILLAN Gainesville, Florida B.S. in Education ELEANOR McNEIL West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in English NELLIE MAY MEEK Fort Meade, Florida B.S. in Education VIRGINIA MIDDLEBROOKS Tallahassee, Florida B.M. in Public School Music l ' 93.3 ' h-L. AJT tIt zjky C OaNa 0 DOROTHY EVELYN MIDDY Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Biology NIHLA EVELYN MILLER Florala, Alabama A.B. in Arts and Sciences CLARA EVA MIXON Jay, Florida B.S. in Education MARION KATHLEEN MOORE Miami, Florida A.B. in Arts and Science VALONA E. MOORE Wauchula, Florida A.B. In Education SARA MILLER NALL Miami, Florida A.B. in Education r ,1 A Jf TA C o wo FRANCES MOZELLE NEEL Westville, Florida A.B. in Education MARY E. NEWMAN Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Commerce EUNICE CECILE NICHOLSON Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Home Economics EVELYN CORNELIA NOBLES Pensacola, Florida A.B. in History ELLEN VICTORIA NYBERG Dania, Florida B.M. in Public School Music INEZ OOTON Winter Haven, Florida A.B. in Commerce 19 FX F T . c PATRICIA O ' NEAL Gainesville, Florida B.S. MARGARET DALLAS ORR Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics RACHEL OWEN Tallahassee, Florida B.M. In Public School Music JEANETTE PARKER Samoset, Florida A.B. in Education ELOISE PATTERSON Miami, Florida A.B. in Education HELEN PEMBERTON Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education f93.3 FZaItiFaco aao CHARLINE WELLS PHILBROOK EVELYN DALE PILKINGTON Scottsmoor, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida B.S, B.S. in Home Economics LUCY POPE Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in History and Journalism DORIS POST St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. RUTH UTLEY PRICE Alva, Florida A.B. ANNIE LOUISE REGISTER Panama City, Florida B.S. in Education I? " .k. A jr TAk C OAa O MARY LUCILE REGISTER Lakeland, Florida B.S. in Home Economics SELMA REYNOLDS Ocala, Florida B.S. FLORENCE RHODES Jasper, Florida A.B. In Education GLENDA INEZ RICE Pensacola, Florida A.B. in English VELVA MINTA RICHBOURG Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Nursing MARGARET ANN ROACH Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education If k- A jT WA C 0 0 MARGARET ROBERTS Homestead, Florida A.B. NELLIE MAE ROBERTS Bartow, Florida B.S. in Nursing MARION EILEEN ROBERTSON Florida City, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MARTHA ROBERTSON Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Mathematics MIRIAM JANETTE ROBINSON Tallahassee. Florida A.B. ANGELA LOUISE ROMANO Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education IQ " FTlT . c ELIZABETH GENEVRA ROOT Plant City, Florida A.B. in Education BARBARA ANN SABISTON Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Sociology MARY LOU SANDERSON Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Botany ROSA T. SCAGLIONE Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education ROSABELLE VIVIAN SCHER Palm Beach, Florida A.B. ELIZABETH SCHIMMEL Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Latin 1933 h L. A jT TA C O a O OPAL SCHOLZ Lake Wales, Florida A.B. in Education HILDA SCRUGGS Tampa, Florida B.S. in Chemistry SUSIE BIRD SCRUGGS Miccosukee, Florida A.B. in History MILDRED LOUISE SEALS Jacksonville. Florida A.B. in Commerce DOROTHY MARY SEXON Alexandria. Indiana A.B. in Education JESSIE SHAW Quincy. Florida B.S. in Education 19 " FX I A C MARY ELIZABETH SHELLEY Palatka, Florida B.S. in Commerce VIRGIE SHELTON Cocoa, Florida A.B. HELEN ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Miami, Florida A.B. in Psychology MARGARET SHERRILL Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Sociology ANTOINETTE SHINHOLSER Sanford, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ANNIE MERLE SIMMONS Tallahassee, Florida B.M. k L, A J ' T ' A ' C ALMON SMITH Madison, Florida B.S. in Home Economics JOSEPHINE SMITH High Springs, Florida B.S. in Commerce ALICE SOMERVILLE Orlando, Florida A.B. VIRGINIA SOUTHARD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Pfiysical Education BERYL STEINMEYER Tallahassee, Florida B.M. in Public School Music CHRISTINE STENSTROM Miami, Florida B.S. in Education II % Y T i? " .L. Ajr C O Aa O BARBARA STIMMEL St. Augustine, Florida A.B. in Education; Certificate in Organ DOROTHY LYLE STOKES Winter Haven, Florida B.S. in Education YVONNE STONE Fort Myers, Florida B.S. in Physical Education SARA KATHERINE STOVALL Bainbridge, Georgia A.B. in French KATHRYN STRICKLAND Plant City, Florida A.B. in Education DOROTHY TAIT Jacksonville, Florida B.M. in Public School Music: Teacher ' s Certificate in Piano 1933 FITa Jf= nlr ZVJ C O Na B.M. LORELIE TAIT Jacksonville, Florida in Violin: in Public School Music KATHERINE THOMPSON Lloyd, Florida B.S. in Commerce CATHERINE TOMKIES Gainesville, Florida A.B. ISABEL TOOTLE Okeechobee, Florida B.S. in Education ANNA ELIZABETH TUNNIS Coral Gables, Florida B.S. in Commerce ALLEAN WATSON TURNER Bristol, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Ir.b. A JT TAi ' C Oa A xO HELEN TURNER Bradenton, Florida A.B. in Education VIRGINIA DALE TYLER Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Education ANNIE MERLE TYNER Laurel Hill, Florida B.S. in Education DORIS IRENE VAN SLYKE Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education ISABELLE VanVOORHIS Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Education MARGARET WADDELL Lake Worth, Florida B.S. in Physics 1 L- A Jf " F A C 0 0 I L LOIS WALCOTT Lake Wales, Florida B.S. In Biology HELEN LOUISE WALTERS Midway, Florida A.B. in Commerce MARY KATHERINE WARREN Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Mathematics IDA SYBIL WEINSTEIN St. Augustine, Florida A.B. BETTY WEST Pensacola, Florida B.S. In Home Economics FRANCES PERT WHEELER Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Home Economics I % -K V. t? " .L. A JT T " A C OaNA 0 OLGA BEATRICE WHITE Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Botany VIRGINIA REECE WHITFIELD Tallahassee, Florida A.B. MILDRED ELIZABETH WILFONG Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education CLARA WELKER WILLIAMS Winchester, Tennessee A.B. in Latin ELSIE ALTHEA WILLIAMS Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education ANNE KATHRYN WILLIAMS Hawthorne, Florida A.B. in Education 1933 FTZaTjFtacowc I L REBECCA WILLIAMS Tallahassee, Florida B.S. WILLIE PEARL WILSON Jacksonville, Florida B.M. LORA ALLEN WINNEY Eustis, Florida B.M. in Piano LILLIAN WOOD Jacksonville, Florida A.B. MARGARET WOODWARD Tampa, Florida A.B. ELAINE WRIGHT Miami, Florida B.S. I ' Ai t? " .L. A TAk O 0 A 0 MARJORIE JEAN YONGE Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Mathematics AMANDA ELIZABETH YONGUE Reddick, Florida A.B. in Education MARY BEAUFORT YONGUE Reddick, Florida B.S. in Education DOROTHY YOUNG Orlando, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ROSE ZAUDERER Geneva, Florida A.B. in Education EUNICE ZIMMERMAN Mulberry, Florida A.B. in Education I93:S r L. A Jf ITAfC 0 yO Tapestry Four years of labor, play and cure Are woven in a pattern rare. So that we find hanging em onr wall A tapestry, both rich and small. At first the colors were pale and, wane (We were so new, it was all so strange) But gradually became deep and true. As we found successful work to do. Those bright threads of the deepest blue — Are the courage we had and the will to do. The red is all the success we gained — • All worthivhile, not boastful fame. We see mixed in the faintest gray Where disappointments crossed our way. Right here the threads grow very black, (We were hurt and afraid, we almost slacked) But mingled among are some .silver ropes — • Friends so true who gave us hope. Those lavendar threads caught in the sway. Are sorrows that touched us along the way. The clear ivh ' te stra:ns so near the top Is where we j ldccd, amMtio.n ' s lot. And the yellow threads woven through it all — Hare ca}ight the laughter from the walls. But lo! I he tapestry upon the wall Is not the finished work at all — This one so rich, yet touched ivith strife, Z.S- but a start on the tapestry of life. MARGARET TKAG IE I .L. A J ' T ' A ' C FAY SUMNER President MARY JANE SHELDON Vice-President BESSIE HOOPER Secretary JULIA SMITH Treasurer HELEN CHILES Parliamentarian EVA BYRD Athletic Manager 19 !?■ .L- A iiT TAniO ONA O BERNICE ADAMS Jacksonville, Florida GERTRUDE ADKINS Daytona Beach, Florida JOSEPHINE ALLEN Tampa, Florida RUTH ALLEN Auburndale, Florida HILDA ALLESHOUSE Miami, Florida SUNSHINE ASKEW Bartow, Florida JOSEPHINE BAGGS Tampa, Florida ANNA M. BAKER Savannah, Georgia 195.3 h k- ' A jT WA C O a O I. VIRGINIA BARBER KIssimmee, Florida MARGARET BARNUM Winter Park, Florida ROSALIE BAYA Tampa, Florida EDNA BEATTY Freemont, Ohio EMILEE BEATTY Plant City, Florida MARY BELCHER Tarpon Springs, Florida PAULINE BELL Albany, Georgia CHRISTINE BEVIS Greenwood, Florida rTuAj c o aa o VIRGINIA BIRD Okeechobee, Florida MILDRED BLAIR Clearwater, Florida AMY BRENNER Davenport, Florida CLARA BRIDGES Jacksonville, Florida NELL BRINKLEY St. Augustine, Florida GERTRUDE BROWARD Jacksonville, Florida MARGARET BRUCE Orlando, Florida FRANCES BRYSON Jacksonville, Florida t SS FTa Jr= nlr XVi DOROTHY BURNETT Tampa, Florida ELIZABETH BUSH Goulds, Florida RUTH BUTLER Miami, Florida KATHRYN CAST Redland, Florida HAZEL CLARK Ft. Myers, Florida ANNE CONTE Tampa, Florida SALLY CORNELL Bartow, Florida MARY ALICE COSPER Miami, Florida I9 ' 3:3 Ir .k. A jr WA ' C O AA O JESSAMINE CRIST New Warrington, Florida BETTY DANIELLS Eiistis, Florida MARY LEE DAVIS Lakeland, Florida HELEN DAWSON Tampa, Florida ALTA DEAHL Tallahassee, Florida MILDRED DENTON Jacksonville, Florida MARY DOLIVE Orlando, Florida RUTH DORMANY Tampa, Florida 19 33 ' FlTaItIFac RUTH DRAPER Tampa, Florida ANNA MARIE DUNGAN Indianapolis, Indiana ALICE EHRLICH Miami, Florida EUNICE ENGLEHARDT Ft. Myers, Florida MONA ESTABROOK St. Petersburg, Florida HELEN FEAGIN St. Petersburg, Florida MARY LOUISE FILER Miami, Florida EDITH FLINN Lake Worth, Florida l ' 93.3 " FX F . C RUTH FOHL Naples, Florida MARY FOWLER Macon, Georgia MARY LOU FOX Pensacola, Florida CAROLYN GARVIN Ft. Lauderdale, Florida GERTRUDE GATES Miami, Florida IDA GAUTIER Miami, Florida MARY GEORGE Morriston, Florida FLORENCE GILLHAM St. Petersburg, Florida 193.3 r L. A Jf WA C OAa O I MARY NEWTON GREEN Port Orange, Florida MILDRED GUNSON Hinson, Florida COLA HARDEE Trenton, Florida VERA MAE HAWSEY Jacksonville, Florida MADELE HELMS Orlando, Florida JOSEPHINE HENDLEY Jacksonville, Florida ETTA MAE HILL Lake City, Florida SARAH HINSON Quincy, Florida l ' 93.3 fr,L.A.jr TA ' C O Vs 0 MARIAN HOBSON Sarasota, Florida EDNA HOFFMAN St. Petersburg, Florida JAYNE HOPKINS Jacksonville, Florida LAVERNE HORTON Winter Haven, Florida MABEL HOUSER Lake City, Florida MILDRED HOWELL Lake Worth, Florida RUTH HUGHS Lake Hamilton, Florida SARAH HULSEY Tampa, Florida 193 r L. A jf wA ' C o yo NANCY IRONS Winter Haven, Florida ELEANOR IRSCH Tampa, Florida FAY JENNINGS Tallahassee, Florida HELEN JEWETT DeLand, Florida BETH KEHLER St. Petersburg, Florida SARAH KELLEY Harbeson City, Florida MARY ELISE KENDALL Tallahassee, Florida IMOGENE KIERCE Baker, Florida 1933 iP ' .ti A jr 1 A C Oa a 0 ROSETTA KINSEY Pinetta, Florida IRIS KNOX St. Petersburg, Florida EUNICE KRAMER Leesburg, Florida MARGUERITE KREHER Tampa, Florida NITA ROSE KREHER Tampa, Florida LOUISE LASSERRE Fernandina, Florida DORIS LEE Clearwater, Florida PLACID LEWIS Dothan, Alabama li i FXTaItt ac MARY LOVE Mulberry, Florida TOBIAH LOVITZ Tarpon Springs, Florida LADY JANE LUEDERS Apopka, Florida VIOLA MARTIN Atlanta, Georgia ELEANOR MASON Orlando, Florida St. MARION MAY Petersburg, Florida KATHERINE MAYS Monticello, Florida SYLVIA McADAM Pensacola, Florida I0 ' 5.3 I? " .t A V A ' C OAA O MARTHA McCLELLAN Jacksonville, Florida ELSIE McGUIRE St. Augustine, Florida MARGARET McLAUGHLIN Tampa, Florida MARY McMillan Pensacola, Florida CAROLINE MELBER St. Petersburg, Florida ORFIE ANN MELIN Ocala, Florida HELEN MENENDEZ Tampa, Florida MARTHA MENENDEZ Tampa, Florida 1 -X. . ♦-, il % V " 1 •Mtj .%A I ' $33 IP " t- A jT T A ' C O WO MARIAN E. MILEY Ft. Pierce, Florida JOY MILUER Daytona Beach, Florida KATHERINE MILLER Leesburg, Florida ALICE MITCHELL Daytona Beach, Florida KATHERINE MOIRE Allendale, Florida BLANCH MORGAN Pensacola, Florida MARY V. MURPHY Mulberry, Florida ALICE MUSSER St. Petersburg, Florida rX •m 1 yc REBECCA NANTS Live Oak, Florida MARY E. NICHOLSON Tallahassee, Florida AUDREY NEWMAN Madison, Florida MARY C. NUZUM St. Augustine, Florida DOROTHY NYE Ft. Myers, Florida JUNE ORNDORFF Lakeland, Florida ISABELLA ORR Miami, Florida LOIS OSTLUND Miami, Florida 193.3 kp ' .L. AjT ' T ' A ' C ALMA OYAMA Daytona Beach, Florida NINA PARRAMORE Jacksonville, Florida THELMA PHIPPS Jacksonville, Florida ELIZABETH B. PIERCE W. Palm Beach, Florida ROSALIE POWELL Jacksonville, Florida DOROTHY PRICE Live Oak, Florida REBECCA PRICE Tampa, Florida SARAH RAILEY Miami. Florida I ' 93.S I? " .k. A JT T A C OV O LENA RAMETTA Tampa, Florida RUTH RICHARDSON Evinston, Florida JIMMIE RICHBOURG Crestview, Florida CETTY LEE RIGGS Tampa, Florida ERNESTINE RITTER Ft. Myers, Florida JANE ROBINSON Lakeland, Florida I9 ' 3.5 CHRISTINE RIDGELL Jacksonville, Florida IVA MAE ROBSON Lakeland, Florida FITaIFi ac fSk f ■K I B " B3 £ MARY M. RODRIGUEZ Tampa, Florida CHARLOTTE ROSENBERG Plant City, Florida JESSIE ROU Lowell, Florida ALICE ROZIER Crestview, Florida SUSIE SCARBOROUGH Chattahoochee, Florida HELEN SCOTT Ft. Myers, Florida MARTHA SEGUI St. Augustine, Florida CORA SEMBLER Sebastian, Florida l ' 93.3 Ir.L. A jr V AvC OaNa O DOROTHY SMITH Lakeland, Florida ELIZABETH SMITH Bartow, Florida PHYLIS SMITH Sanford, Florida FLORENCE STEINBERG Tampa, Florida MARJORIE STONER St. Petersburg, Florida MARY STREET Poplarville, Mississippi FRANCES STRICKLAND Live Oak, Florida LAMERLE SUTTON Arcadia, Florida I ' 9 ' X5 FlTaIt nlr ZV »I ELIZABETH TARRER Ft. Myers, Florida DORIS TERRELL Tallahassee, Florida THELMA TEW Sanford, Florida MARGUERITE THARP Jacksonville, Florida EILEEN THOMPSON Winter Haven, Florida KATE TOLBERT Gainesville, Florida FOY TOWNSEND Jacksonville, Florida LILLIAN TROTTER Pensacola, Florida f93:3 ' !?■ L. AiiT TA C ONA O RUTH TUCKER W. Palm Beach, Florida SARAH VANN Miami, Florida MARY VARN Plant City, Florida HELEN VAUGHN Melbourne, Florida CARLEEN VINAL Portland, Maine FLORENCE WALDE Lake Wales, Florida VIRGINIA WARE Leesburg, Florida ALBERTA WARNER Orlando, Florida 1933 ' I FTa .Vi ADELLE WAY St. Petersburg, Florida MADALINE WEEKS Trenton, Florida MARGARET WEINBERG Jacksonville, Florida SARDIE WELLINGTON Capitola, Florida CAROLINE WEST St. Petersburg, Florida MARY C. WHITE Pensacola, Florida FRANKEE WHITTHORNE Palatka, Florida ANNIE M. WILLIAMS Daytona Beach, Florida f93:3 ' r!C i: F 1 . C ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Arcadia, Florida ELOISE WILLIAMS Lake Wales, Florida NELLIE WILLIAMS Sanford, Florida RUTH WILLIAMS Atlanta, Georgia MARGARET WILLIS Jacksonville, Florida VIOLA YATES Plant City, Florida MARGARET YORK Pahokee, Florida F L- A Jf WAfC O t O I Class of ' 34 We were no different from any other freshman class when we entered college in the fall of 1930 ; but, with the help of our Orientation leaders and College Sisters, Ave soon learned our way around and became a real part of the Florida State College for Women. We participated in ceremonies in which we had a vital part, Torchnight and Fealty, and watched upperclassmen with interest as they unfolded the other tradi- tions throughout the year. By the spring of 1931 Ave Avere ready to do our share Avitli the next class and, in the fall, took our places Avith the Juniors and Seniors in helping to guide the neAvcomers. It Avas that year, as Sophomores, Ave made a real adjustment to our part in the College Government Asso- ciation, and Ave gained a clearer insight into the ideals of our school. As Juniors, Ave have groAvn in knoAvledge and under- standing and, during our Senior year, Ave shall strive to set a goal Avhicli Avill challenge the efforts of succeeding classes. FAY SUMNER. FrX]rT?ACOAAAO I L VIRGINIA HOLT President RUTH HOWARD McMILLAN Vice-president FRANCES PARKS Secretary HELEN WILSON Treasurer FRANCES GRAY THOMAS Parliamentarian ABBIE LYLE Athletic IVIanager I9 ' 5:3 Fur -m 1 yC EDNA ADAMS HAZEL ADKINS FLORENCE ALBURY LOIS ALEXANDER ELIZABETH ALLAN ANGELA ANDERSON DORIS ANDERSON MABEL ANDERSON RAE ANDREWS MARGARET ARNOLD C. ATTANNASIO JULIA BAKER OPAL ATWATER BETTY BALL EDITH AYERS BETTY BARKER BETTY BAILEY VIRGINIA BAXLEY HALLIE BAILEY BARBARA BELL l ' 93.3 f .L,A J ' T ' A ' C INEZ BERMAN MILDRED BOSS EMILE BOWEN CORA BOYETT ALICE BRACKETT ANNE BRANNING MARION BRANTLEY E. BRIGGS WILMA BRISTOL EDNA BROWN MARCIA BUCHANAN SARA BUCKNER MYRA BULKLEY ANNIE BURGESS JOSEPHINE BURRIS ELSIE BUTLER PAULINE CALKINS C. CAMERON BONNIE BURNS SARA CAMP I9 ' 3:3 FiZA r3?c LUCILLE CARO MARIE CERTAIN SUE CARROLL E. CHANDLER MARJORIE CARTER HELEN CLARK MARY CARTER SARAH CAWTHON JESSIE CHATHAM REBECCA CLEMONS LAURA COGBURN VIRGINIA COLBERT RUBY CONNOR MARY COOLEY ELVIRA CORRALES VIRGINIA COWART RUTH COX C. CRACOWANER LILLIAN CRAIG ROSE CROSBY 19 h L. A jT T " A C OA O ESTHER DAFFIN DONNA DEKLE RUTH DANIEL C. DeMONTIGNE B. DAVIDSON MABEL DeVANE ELIZABETH DAVIS LILA DeVORE E. DAWKINS E. DICKENSON DOROTHY DIMMIT JUNE DIXON BERNICE DUNCAN VIRGINIA DUNCAN MAY DORSEY ANNE LEE DUNN MAVIS DOZIER REBA DUNWOODY SUE DUDLEY R. DURRENBERGER !?■ L. A TAifO ONAAO ADELAIDE DUVAL MYRTLE EDDY MARIE EDWARD D. EDWARD M. EDWARDS LOUISE ELLIS OLIVIA EMBREY IDA ENGEL CAROLINE ERWIN LENNIE M. ESTES BETTY EVANS MARY FORTH HELEN EVANS FRANCES FABRICK BESSIE FALK JO F. FANNING BILLIE FAXON EVELYN FERGUSON L. FERGUSON CORNELIA FERRAR 195:3 I I P " L. ' A jT " FA C O Aa O M. FILLINGHAM BETH FINLAY GENEVA FISHER PEARL FLEET MARGARET FLOOK E. FOSTER ADELINE FOX MARY FOXWORTHY IRENE FRAMBACH D. FREEMAN LILY FRISCIA H. FRITSCH LUCY FULGHUM VELMA FULKS ELSIE GADDY B. GARFUNKEL MARTHA GIBSON DOROTHY GODMAN WAVA GODWIN JANET GOTSHALL I9 ' 33 FX TAiO HAZEL GOZA E. GREGORY MAY GRAVES JANE HAFER HELEN GRAY ELEANOR HAIGHT OPAL GRAY CAROLYN HALL ELEANOR GREEN FRANCES HALL JEAN HAMNER LUCY HARRISON E. HAMPTON M. HARRISON ELSIE HAMRICK JOHNNY HARDEE HELEN HARTNESS E. HARVEY VETA HARPER EVELYN HAYNIE FUaIttac MMMi BELLE HENSHAW SOPHIE HERRING THELMA HOOD DOROTHY HORNE ELOISE HILL EUNICE HORNE MACE HILLS B. H I NTERM ISTER MARJORIE HORNE SYLVIA HORNER MARY HOWARTH F. JENNINGS FRANCES HURLIN CLARICE JOHNSON EMILY HUTT G. JOHNSON KATHERINE INGLIS BETTY JACK LOUISE JOHNSON MILDRED JOHNSON II I .t A JT TA ' C 0 ' NA 0 SARA JOHNSON NELL JONES C. KAUFMAN BILLIE KEFFER C. KELLER VIRGINIA KEMP MYRTLE KERFOOT HAZEL KERSEY MARION KEYES M. KIMBALL LUCILLE KINDRED M. LANCASTER BETTY KING JIMMIE LEWIS HESTER KIRKLAND M. KLUEPPLEBERG E. LANCASTER MARCIA LINDSEY JESSIE LINFESTRY MARIE LINGO V9-3.9 r.L.A I, M. LOCKWOOD FRANCES LURVEY CLAUDIA LOGAN MARIE LYON SARAH LOGAN ALMA LOUDERMILK MILDRED LOVALL LOUISE MACKEY 2ULA MARCHETTA ANNA MARKHAM BETH MATHIS BERNICE McEWEN NELL MAYES O. McFATTER GLADYS McBRIDE DOROTHY McCLURE ELEANOR McCRAE .ERVIN McGLYNN E. McLAUGHLIN P. McLELLAN 19 rllAj ■ 1 C O ' Na O C. MERCER FRANCES MILLS VONCILLE MERCER SUSIE MEREDITH ANITA MITCHELL ELLEN MOORE BETTY MEYER D. MOORHEAD GERTRUDE MILLER MILDRED MUNN JULIA MONROE V. ICHOLSON M. MURRAY MARGARET NICKLE JENNIE NALL LOIS O ' HANLON MARTHA NEELD RUTH O ' KELLEY EDITH NEWMAN MARTHA OWENS I, I JLAjf , co wo JUANITA PACE MARY PEGUES SUSAN PALMER HELEN PARKER EDITH PATTERSON ELINOR PANNE VIVIAN PENDER FRANCES PHILLIPS DORIS PIERCE ALYS PILKINGTON BESSIE PINKOSON HELEN PITTMAN V. PROUDLOVE MARY RAILEY LaLUCE PLANCK RUTH RAINBOLT GWEN POWELL E. RAMSAUR NELL PRICE ANGIE RANDAZZO 193:3 tr.t. A JT TA C OAA O MARY RANKIN MARTINE ROBEY SUE RANKIN MARGARET ROE SUSAN RANKIN MABEL ROUSEAU FRANCES REGISTER JANIE RHYNE EVELYN RUDD KATHERINE SANDS CORDELLE SAWYER JANIE SCARLETT HELEN SELIG M. SEL2NER ADDIE L. SCOTT HELEN SHAW H. SHWEIGART S. SHEPPARD ELIZABETH SEAY LOUISE SIGMAN 1933 FlTajF , co o JANETTE SIMMONS SARA SIMMONS HELEN SIPPLE ALICE SLOAN MARGARET SMITH MARY F. SMITH JOSEPHINE SKEELS THELMA SMITH MARI SLACK MILDRED SMOAK MARIE SORENSON E. SPONENBARGER D. STANDLEY K. STRANGE DOROTHY STULTS LOUISE SWINDAL LUCILE STEWART ELIZABETH STOUT EVA SYND AGNES TABOTT 1933 It ,L. A jr TA ' C O AA 0 C. TAKACH EVELYN THOMAS VIRGINIA THORTON FLORA TIMMONS E. TOFFALETTI OLIVIA TOWLES M. TRUELSON MARION TURNER VERA VANES B. Van IDERSTINE RUBY VANN GRETCHEN VANROY M. VAN VALKENBURG M. WAHNISH VIRGINIA WALKER MARY WALTZ ELEANOR WARREN MARY WARREN LOUISE WATSON FLORYLL WAY I? " L. ' A jT TJ fC O a O BETTY WEEKS EVA WHITE WILMA WEEKS G. WHITTINGTON ALEENE WEIDELL JESSIE WILDER B. WHEELER MARY WILDER M. WHITAKER SARA WILKERSON MARY WILLIAMS C. WINDHAM MILDRED WRIGHT MILDRED YEARTY EDNA WING WILLIE YEARTY GEORGIA WORK FRANCES YONGE |l «i k .L.A lTA ' C MARGARET THOMPSON President ETHYL MAE EDWARDS Vice-president CATHERINE HAIR Secretary MARGARET ANDERSON Treasurer AUDREY SMITH Parliamentarian MILDRED EMMILHAINZ Athletic Manager ' 9 rSTA c o aa o J. AcosTA G . Adair E. Akin L. Albred A. Alderman Jean Anderson C. Armbruster V. Armington Helen Arnold C. Athon Edna Atkinson Sylvia Atren Helen Ayala Dorothy Bacon Nancy Bacon Dora Baggett Lillian Baker E. Ballard Alice Banks Helen Barden K. Barrs Lois Beam Mary Bedell F. Bennett 1l$ ' 3Z- I k .L.AJ ' irA ' C M. Bennett Annie Bowen A. Bernstein Katheryn Beyer M. Blackwelu C. Blood C. Boone V. Bowers Nancy Boyer Mary Boyle Maudie Braley J. Braman M. Brandon Yvette Breux S. Brememan G. Brewster Janice Brill Ruth Brinson Billy Brooks Ida Broward Edith Brown G. Brown Mamie Brinson J. Buchanan f9 I? " .lib A jr T A C OAa 0 Ruth Burnett Mary Canova M. Burns G. Capell M. Butler C. Carn Beverly Cady Mary Carson F. Campbell V. Chandler M. Campbell Ruth Chase E. Chauncey F. Collins S. La Cicero Marie L. Clark M. CoNKLE Janet Cook Mary Clark M. Cotterill Nan Clark Evelyn Collins Jean Crago V. Cromartie r 9 3,3 1 JL A J ' TA C OAaA B. Crosland G. Crowley C. Cubillas V. Cullaro D. Cunningham B. Curry Victoria Curtis A. Curtwright Coma Davis Frances Davis E. Dawkins Aline Day CAMELLA DeAS M. DEGUENTHeR RUTH DiCKSbN A. DowLiNG M. Drennark a. Driggers Alice Dixon Beulah Dixon J. Douglas F. DUNGAN D. DvosKiN M. Echelberger; 193.5 rX jg 1 . c L. Edenfield G. Edwards Irene Edwards W. Edwards Hazel Eliot Blanche Ellis Margaret Ely Martha Estes G. Everett A. Farmer Carol Farrabee J. Farrior M. Farris M. Fisher Ruth Feinberg W. Ferbush M. Forrest V. Forsyth M. Fernandez May Fernandez E. Filer H. Foster Eva Fowler E. Fowler I93;3 ' 1 L. A jT WA C O WO Ruth Fowles D. Gardiner C. Louise Fox Ida Gates A. Freeman K. Geiger C. Fuller Marcia Giles M. Gannon Jean Gilmer Mary Gannon Mary Gocio W. GoEHRiNG A. Goldstein E. L. Goodwin Agnes Goss N. Grainger Barbara Green Ellen Green Pauline Green M. Graham E. Green Sara Graham Wynell Green 195:3 " FX T A C Alice Gregg m. gustafsen J. Griffin H. Guthrie J. Griffitts Sylvia Hackel A. Groover Marg. Groover M. Groover R. Hagstrom Janet Hale Laura Hale Betty Hamilton Sophie Hamner M. Harris Lucy Haughton F. Harrell V. Haymond Polly Harrell M. Harrington Eleanor Harris Hazel Haynes M. Haynesworth Barbara Heck 193.3 ' r L. A Jf TA C O WO I, M. Helveston Esther Hodek Myrtle Henry A. Hessler Cicil Hicks M. Holland C Nan Hoober M. Hooks L. HlCKSON B. L. Hopkins Janette H:ll S. Howarth F. Hudson Doris Isted L. B. Hughes Miriam Jacobs A. Humphries B. Hutchinson M. Hutchinson Nadine Inman M. Jernigan a. B. Johnson Ellen Johnson Emily Johnson pur -!M 1 . C M. Johnston Anita Jones Edith Jones D. Judkins K. Karrick Kathrine Kee Clara Keen Rebecca Keith Jewel Kelly E. Kennard D. Kenniston Helen Kibler C. Kinsie Elaine Klepper Clarissa Knight Sara Krentzman Gertruda Kuhn Martha Laird IDALINE LAKEN JULIA LAMAR LUCILE LaMB D. LANCASTER MARYLANGBEHN CLAR A LaNGFORD l ' 93 ' rt- A Jf T A C O a O I Mary Lanier M. Larsen Rosalie Lastra H. Lawrence Dorothy Leach N. LeLand Floy Lenera Hoyt Leslie G. Lewinsky Dallie Lewis Lois Lewis Laura Ley Anna B. Linger Lucy Linn E. Little E. Livingston Adeline Lounds Frances Lowry Ethel Ludlain Mary Lumley H. Lundelious Mauvis Lussier Marie Lyons Alice Mabry rX iiO ONa O Anne Magruger Sarah Maltz Betty Manning P. Marchmont V. Marshall Ruth Martin Sarah Martin C. Maury Lawson May R. McAnulty Lucy Mantin M. McCathern H. McDonald E. McDonald J. McClelland M. McConnell M. McCormick Jane McCown M. McDonald R. McDonald S. McDowell C. McGarity L. McCully R, McGlinchy 19 FTa " jff C 0 W 0 M. McHague Eleanor McKay D. McKensie Rena McMullen Mary McNeel E. McRae Eugenia Mendez Ann Merrill Betty Merrill Evelyn Meiten B. Middlebrook B. Middleton E. MrDDLETON Rosalie Mills F. Middleton M. Milton Sara Mikell Betty Miner H. Miller Ida Miller Ethel Mintzer Libby Mitchell C. Milletti Ruth Mock 193.3 " FTC jg 1 . c Edna Meridock Eunice Moore M. MoRRissEY E. Morse Jane Moore Jane Mover G. Morris M. Mueller Mary Morris E. Murray B. Morrison M. B. Murray Ruth Murray C. OSteen L. Neuner M. OVERSTREET M. Newton Wilora Norton C. Oliver M. Owens S. B. Palmer R. Panowski E. O.Neil Lois Patrick r9 FlTa .Vi C. Patterson E. Ferryman M. Patterson Ruth Persons L. Pearson M. J. Peters F. Pemberton Edith Perkins E. Peterson M. Peterson Patti Perry C. Phillips M. Phillips Jane Powers C. Pickers Mary Price L. Plummer D. Quarterman P. Pollock Alice Porter Alma Powell Y. Radford Laura Radford G. Ramsaur FX •im ■ . CO H. Randle Agnes Reedy Sara Rankin Kathryn Rice L. Reaves A. Richardson Joyce Reed Agnes Rivers Martha Reed Mary Reed H. Roberts Trudie Rodgers C. M. Rogers Mary Rogers Anne Rollins E. Rolston Mary Routh G. Rowlett L. Rutherford Dorothy Ryan C. Romano D Rosenbloom Beryl Ryden E. Sanders n h t- A jT TA ' C OAa O I J. Saunders V. Sheppard Irene Scott Shonenberger Mercia Scott M. Simmons Dorothy Shaw Althea Smith F. Shepard Annie Smith C. Shepherd Audrey Smith E. Kirby-Smith Mildred Smith V. Smith R. Steele Marian Stein M. Stewart Betty Sneed Mary Spencer Leone Stimmel M. Stokes C. Stanpill Mary Stoops 1933 !?■ .IL A jr V A C 0 A 0 Sarah Stuart E. Stuckey V. Stuckey V. Stubbs E. Stump A. Sullivan K. SuMMERLiN Fay Sumner K. Sutton Frances Tack Helen Talman Vivian Tasta IsoBEL Taylor H. Thames M. Thistlewait M. Thomas M. Thompson R. Thompson A. Tillman Ruth Toland Lillian Tooke J. Tombaugh D. Tompkins L. Thompkins 195.3 FXaIt - TirzXM I, a. torjusen Mary Veach C. Tribble Bertha Veith L. Turlington Ola Vickers Wynn Tuten LuLA Walker P. Underwood Ruth Wallace C VanOrden M. Walling C. Wambaugh Edith Webb Opal Wamble G. Webster M. Ward I. Weintraut I. Warrell V. Weldon Yulee Way E. Wells E. Weatherly M. Wendt 19 33 tP-.t. A jr TAi ' O OVs 0 M. Whisnant N. Wilkinson E. White C. Williams M. Whitfield M. Williams M. Wiley E. Wilson M. L. WiLHOUT F. Wilson B. Wing F. Woodward m. woleston Agnes Wright Enid Wolfe L. Wright Eleanor Wood H. Yearwood rg m mi zsE Man often finds it necessary to break into the swift tempo of the age and reserve a bit of time for recrea- tion .... and dreams. It is true that his recreational life ditfers with each age and period ; but his dreams are the dreams of yesterj-ear. He has left his arm- chair to delve into scientific experiments in all fields. Actual and factual data are the required bases for his every hypothesis. Yet he has returned to his arm- chair to pick up his old train of fancies in order to recapture his vision of a Femina Perfecta, the perfect woman for his every mood. He need dream no longer .... The situation has been studied scientifically, and the following pages present the data on which this conclusion has been based. For His Morning Sports AL ROGERO BESSIE HOOPER . . . . what more could he ask than a lithesome maiden who knotvs how to handle horses a)id nten: ' For Luncheon JACK BUTLER VIRGINIA BIRD . . . . the most Ught-lieartcd coniiKuiioii ; for Itis diet iiitist saror of happiness. For His Expansive Afternoon Mood BILL McRAE HELEN GRAY .... a woman of profound intcIUgence, whose ideas are challenging to his own. For Tea HILL GORDON FAY SUMNER .... what man docs not dream of a Quiet room at the clofte of dan. where a heautifiil irornnn of infinite understanding is uaitiny to pour his tea. f For Dinner . . . . JIMMIE KNOTT MARY LOU KEY . . . . a man usually enjoys the conversation of a clever tvoman. but only to the extent that it causes his oicn ivit to scintillate. For the Evening BILL HERIN GENIE MATHEWSON . . . .he must be accompanied hij one whose popularity causes him to be torn between jealousy and pride. For His Reverie ALBERT PIERCE LUCY POPE . . . . uhen the actiritics of his eventful Oay are done; here then, is a fleet inn glimpse of the real Femina Perfecta. Editors Note In the preceding section FEMINA PERFECTA, the 1933 staff presents a real experiment to the student body. We have incorporated into this section the pictures of several well-known men of the University of Florida. In THE 8EM1N0LE, annual publication of our brother institution, each year a number of pages have been devoted to students of Florida State College for Women. An attem])! is made to recipro- cate this courtesy. hL. ' AjTT ' A ' I Pope, Mathewson, Bird, Vinal Hall, Tunis THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Executive Board is to formulate policies for sub- mission TO THE Senate and the Association and to endeavor through con- ferences WITH THE Faculty Committee on S tudent Affairs to promote the BEST interests OF THE STUDENT BODY THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION. MEMBERS LUCY POPE PRESIDENT GENIE MATHEWSON Chairman of Judiciary VIRGINIA BIRD First Vice-President CARLEEN VINAL Second Vice-President FRANCES HALL SECRETARY ELIZABETH TUNIS TREASURER r9 ' 3.3 rE TF C O AA O Mathewson, Greer, Milton, Green, Lueders, De Montigne Pope, Bird, Vina!, Hall, Tunis, Williams THE JUDICIARY OF THE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Judiciary is to ascertain offences against the rules OF College Government and to try the offender to help discover methods of ASSISTING THE STUDENT OFFENDER TO ADAPT HERSELF EARNESTLY TO THE HIGHEST COLLEGE STANDARDS AND TO CONTRIBUTE HER BEST TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF HER COLLEGE COMMUNITY. MEMBERS GENIE MATHEWSON Chairman ROSE BUD GREER | f Senior Representatives WILMA MILTON ' MARY NEWTON GREEN i ( Junior Representatives ELIZABETH JANE LUEDERS ' CAROLINA De MONTIGNE Sophomore Representative LUCY POPE President of C. G. A. VIRGINIA BIRD FIRST Vice-President C. G. A. CARLEEN VINAL Second Vice-President C. G. A, FRANCES HALL Secretary C. G. A. ELIZABETH TUNIS Treasurer C. G. A. KATHRYN WILLIAMS Chairman of Residence Halls MARGARET McGRAW . . . President of Y. W. C. A. (exofficio) 193 s r fe. A jt -t " a c o na o I, . " Williams, Nail, Boyd, Craig Duggan, Gallaghier, Kerby, Mathewson THE LOWER COURT OF THE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Lower court, which is made up of the House Chairmen, is a part of the Judicial Department of College Government Association. It is the purpose OF the Court to deal with infractions of dormitory regulations in the RESIDENCE HALLS, AND IN SO DOING TO PROMOTE GREATER APPRECIATION OF THESE RULES. OFFICERS KATHRYN WILLIAMS Chairman SARA NALL SECRETARY MEMBERS OLIVE DUGGAN Broward Hall GRACE KERBY • • • • Bryan Hall KATHRYN WILLIAMS Lower Gilchrist Hall SARA NALL Upper Gilchrist Hall RHEA GALLAGHER Lower Jennie Murphree Hall NAN BOYD Upper Jennie Murphree Hall VIVIA CRAIG Reynolds Hall EX-OFFICIO MEMBER GENIE MATHEWSON Chairman of Judiciary 193:3 FTI . c Pope, Mathewson, Bird, Vinal, Tunis, Hall, Duggan, Kerby, Gallagher, Williams, Sumner Holt, Thompson, McGraw, Key. Dallet, Pierce, Bailey, Sanderson, Wilson, Bottari, Hooper Tucker, Cospar, Scholtz, Broward, Gray, Fritsch, Brantley, IVlackey, Greer, Green, Lueders The senate of the COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Purpose of the Senate is to Legislate and to Establish Regulations for the government of the student body MEMBERS Lucy Pope Genie Mathewson Virginia Bird Carleen Vinal Elizabeth Tunis Frances Hall Olive: Duggan Grace Kerby ViviA Craig Rhea Gallagher Sara Nall Kathryn Williams Margaret Teague Fay Sumner Virginia Holt Margaret Thompson Margaret McGraw Mary Lou Key Elizabeth Pierce Vivian Dallet Bonita Bailey Mary Lou Sanderson Helen Wilson WiLMA Milton Nan Boyd Ines Lee Bottari Margaret McDonald Bessie Hooper Ruth Tucker Mary Alice Cospar Opal Scholtz Vivian Broward Joy Makinson Helen Gray Helen Mary Fritsch Marian Brantley Marjorie Mackey Rose Bud Greer Mary Newton Green Elizabeth Lueders Carolina De Montigne 1 93:9 ■.L. A J T ' A ' C O AA Hoit, Payne, Warren, Baxley, Carter, De Vore, Dunn Fritsch, Godwin, Haight, Hall, Hampton, Hartness, Lewis Lingo, Lurvey, Lyie, Parks, Wing, Wilson, Vinal FRESHMAN COMMISSION Freshman Commission is composed of a group of girls selected from the Freshman class each spring by the Executive Board of College Government Association. Freshman Commission is the connecting organ between Stu- dent Government and the Freshman class. It takes care of the superfluous duties of the Student Government. Each commission girl feels it her duty TO establish higher ideals among the students. OFFICERS VIRGINIA HOLT Chairman ELEANOR PAYNE Vice-Chairman MARY VIRGINIA WARREN Secretary MEMBERS Virginia Baxley Inez Berman Marjorie Carter Edythe Clarkson Helen Coombs LiLA DeVore Anne Lee Dunn Helen Mary Fritsch Wava Godwin Mary Graves Eleanor Haight Frances Hall Helen Elizabeth Hampton Helen Hartness Evelyn Lewis Marie Lingo Frances Lurvey Abbie Lyle Rachel McKinnon Helen Menendez Frances Parks Doris Seals Dorothy Stultz Edna Troy Wing Wilson SPONSOR Carleen Vinal r9 ' 5.2 ii FT . ' C ONA O McGraw, Tait, Nail, Davis Anthony, Heck, Marshall, Miller Pope, Sumner, Tait, Wilson The executive CABINET YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION This organization, in direct relationship with the students and with the STUDENTS National Young Women s Christian Association, has as its purpose AN interpretation TO THE STUDENTS OF A FULL AND CREATIVE LIFE THROUGH A GROWING KNOWLEDGE OF GOD. IN THIS TASK WE SEEK TO UNDERSTAND jESUS AND TO FOLLOW Him • OFFICERS MARGARET McGRAW President JOY MAKINSON Vice-President DOROTHY TAIT WORLD FRIENDSHIP REPRESENTATIVE JENNIE RAE NALL Secretary MARY LEE DAVIS Treasurer committee chairmen Willis Anthony Joy Miller Eloise Austin fay Sumner Gertrude Heck Lorelie Tait Sara Frances Marshall Helen Wilson EX-OFFICIO Lucy Pope 19 33 PL.AjTT ' A ' C Wilson, Work, Brantley, Connor, Cooley, Embrey, Engel Garfunkel, Goza, Hamner, Holt, Hurlin, Jones, Kimball Logan, Nail, Owens, Pegues, Thomas, Warren, Whitaker FRESHMAN CABINET The members of Freshman Cabinet strive to the best of their ability to foster and encourage a spirit of service. courage. loyalty. friendship, and reverence. they form a connecting link between the freshman class and THE Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS HELEN WILSON Chairman GEORGIA RUTH WORK Secretary JOY MAKINSON Sponsor MEMBERS Marion Brantley Ruby Connor Mary Elizabeth Cooley Olivia Embrey Ida Engel Barbara Garfunkel Hazel Goza Jean Hamner Virginia Holt Helen Hughes Frances Hurlin Nelle Jones Gertrude Jordan Betty Kimball Bessie Nell Knight Sarah Butler Logan Jennie Rae Nall Martha Owens Mary Rhett Pegues Frances Gray Thomas Eleanor Warren Martha Whitaker Helen Wilson Georgia Ruth Work •9 h-.k. Aj ilr Xk,V C OAVy 0 Dallett, Marshall, Marks. Sheldon, Mitchell, Patterson Stout, Garfunkel, Seay, Bailey, O ' Neal, Wright, Hobson THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU A NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR Women NEWS STAFF VIVIAN DALLET Edftor FRANCES MARSHALL Associate Editor EVELYN MARKS Managing Editor MARY JANE SHELDON News Editor ALICE MITCHELL Copy Editor BUSINESS STAFF ELOISE PATTERSON Business Manager SARAH HEARD Advertising Manager ELIZABETH STOUT Assistant Advertising Manager BARBARA GARFUNKEL , ELIZABETH SEAY ( Circulation Managers COPY READERS Frances Marshall Vivian Dallett Evelyn Marks Frances Marshall Mary Jane Sheldon DEPARTMENTS PATRICIA ONEAL Society ELAINE WRIGHT Features TERRY GIL Sports MARIAN HOBSON Exchange REPORTERS Virginia Baxley Charlotte Kaufman Louise RoBERTejnw Mary Boyle Billie Keffer Beth Root Mary Elizabeth Cooley Iris Knox Helen Selig Lucy Fulghum Sarah Maxwell Mary Street Barbara Garfunkel Marion May Marian Turner Hazel Goza Bernice McEwen Melvyne Wahnish Mary Gray Marian Miley Margaret Wendt Jane Hafer Edith Patterson Beulah Weeks Edna Hoffman Thelma Phipps Carolyn West Lorraine Hudson Elizabeth Williams I9 ' 3 I F L. A jT WA C O a O Pierce, Trotter, Kelley, Haight, Warren Feagin, Embrey, Hooper, Kehler, Hurlin, Wing FLASTACOWO Yearbook of the Florida State College for Women published by the Junior Class EDITORIAL STAFF ELIZABETH PIERCE Editor ELEANOR HAIGHT and VIRGINIA WARRZN • Assistant Editors HELEN FEAGIN art Editor OLIVIA EMBREY Assistant Art Editor BESSIE HOOPER Picture Editor TERRY GIL Sports Editor BETH KEHLER Exchange Editor BUSINESS STAFF LILLIAN TROTTER Business Manager FRANCES HURLIN Assistant Business Manager SARAH KELLEY Advertising Manager EDNA TROY WING Assistant Advertising Manager H rH - f 1 . c Bailey, Tomkies, Daniels, Wright Parks, Gray The distaff The Distaff, Spinner of Yarns, is the College Quarterly magazine. Its PURPOSE is to provide AN OUTLET FOR THE LITERARY EXPRESSION OF THE STUDENT BODY THROUGH SHORT STORIES. PLAYS, ESSAYS, AND POETRY. THIS YEAR THESE THREADS WERE WOVEN TOGETHER TO FORM A TAPESTRY PORTRAYING LIFE IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE United States with that of Florida as the central theme. STAFF BONITA R. BAILEY Editor-inChief BETTY DANIELS ' - Assistant Editors KATHERINE TOMKIES ELAINE WRIGHT Business Manager FRANCES PARKS Circulation Manager MARY GRAY Exchange Editor 19X3 ' I I? " L. A if T " A C O Aa O Graham, Kirby-Smith, McGarity Smith, Krentzman The open gate The Open Gate is the literary magazine of the Freshman class. The four ISSUES which are published during the year contain the best themes written IN THE Freshman English classes together with voluntary prose and poetry contributions. The magazine offers prizes for the best work in both prose and poetry and does everything possible to encourage creative literary work among THE FRESHMAN. THE EDITORIAL BOARD MARGARET GRAHAM Editor-in-Chief ELIZABETH KIRBY-SMITH Business Manager CAROLINE McGARITY Copy Editor ALTHEA SMITH Make-up Editor SARA KRENTZMAN Proof Editor rlZ TAlO Bell, Brainard, Fennell, Schimmel Stimniell, Vinal, Weinstein, Williams, Helms THE CLASSICAL CLUB The Classical Club serves as the Latin laboratory in which a thorough study is made of the civilizations of the ancient greeks and romans. this study is worked out along group lines with the majors in latin serving as LEADERS. In THIS WAY THE LABORATORY SERVES ALSO AS A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF LATIN. OFFICERS ISABEL BRAINARD President IDA FENNELL Vice-Pres!DENt BETTY WHITE SECRETARY BARBARA STIMMEL TREASURER CARLEEN VINAL Publicity Manager GROUP LEADERS Eloise Austin Pauline Bell Isabel Brainard Dorothy Cates ViviA Craig Helen Deane Ida Fennell Teresa Friedlin Louise Goodbread Madele Helms Rosalind Kennedy Martha McClellan Nellie Williams Mary McMillan Frances Neel Christina Pearson Helen Pemberton Jane Robertson Virginia Schimmel Barbara Stfmmel Carleen Vinal Ida Weinstein Betty White Clara Williams Kathryn Williams FITaT " .Vi Bottari, Connor, Durrenberger Hulsey, Tarrer, Young, Boyd THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to encourage young women to have a greater interest in home and community life and to promote friend- ship and social intercourse between students interested in home economics WORK. OFFICERS INES LEE BOTTARI President IVA MAE ROBSON Vice-President RUTH DURRENBERGER Secretary SARAH HULSEY Treasurer NAN BOYD News Editor DOROTHY YOUNG Senior Representative ELIZABETH TARRER Junior Representative RUBY CONNOR SOPHOMORE Representative BARBARA WING Freshman Representative MRS. HARRY HILL Sponsor ■FTlT TA O Florida State College for Womens GLEE CLUB MR. G. WADE FERGUSON Director HELEN CHILE Accompanist BERYL STEINMEYER President FLORENCE CAMERON Secretary RUTH CONRADI. EMILY CROSLAND Librarians FIRST SOPRANOS Florence Cameron Ruth Conradi Mary Dunkle Alice Wahl SECOND SOPRANOS Emily Bowen Emily Crosland Ruth Lacey Dorothy Leach Sara Martin Nell Ward Mayes Edith Patterson Mary Shelley Barbara Stimmel Gretchen Van Roy FIRST CONTRALTOS Eloise Austin Ellen Nymbery Edna Browning Clarinelle Osteen Florence Gillam Carolyn Perkins Nancy Irons Ruth Shepherd Frances Conn Evelyn Stump Elizabeth McLaughlin Mildred Williams Virginia Middlebrooks Jessie Lee Wilder Dorothy Morehead SECOND CONTRALTOS Madaline Duncan Helen Sheppard Betty Daniels Betty Ellen Snmth Jean Hamner Mildred Smith Rosalind Kennedy Beryl Steinmeyer Lois Lyman Marjorie Stoner Margaret Nickle Marianna Taylor Alma Oyama ida Weinstein Alice Rozier Lora Winney Mildred Seals 19 FlTaIt M Florida State College for Women ' s ORCHESTRA Director, WALTER RUEL COWLES FIRST VIOLINS LORELIE TAIT, CONCERTMASTER Clarice Parker Ruth E. Hughes Virginia M. Barber Carolyn Oxford L. JuANiTA Hess Nellie Mae Meek YVETTE BREAUX Shirley Shonenberger Emily G. Rolston Nancy R. Sutton Laverne Tomkins Ruth McAnulty VIOLAS Josephine Cureton Anne W. Branning Zella Williams Gladys Koch BASSES Alta Deahl Beryl Steinmeyer Florence Cameron OBOE Audrey Farmer FLUTES WiLMA Bristol Anna M. Simmons Jane Crago CLARINETS Mattie Sue Collins Mercia Scott Cola Hardee Ellen Johnson Marie Yetter Aurilla Driggers HORN Mildred Emmelhainz SECOND VIOLINS Hallie C. Graham Christie N. Hoober Mildred A. Boss Reba Dunwody Helen V. Pemberton Caroline A. Melber Julia A. Baker Edna J. Brown Rachel Owen Bertha M. Veith Irene Edwards Narcissa M. Leland VIOLONCELLOS Owen Sellers Sara Herndon Marion Phillips Virginia Middlebrooks Lorraine Turner SAXOPHONES Margaret Roe Janille Rhyne TYMPANI Dorothy E. Tait HARP Miss Reeder LIBRARIAN Jane Burge BASSOON BuRNELLE Smith TRUMPETS Opal Scholz Helen Sellers 1 III ' 193:5 I? " ,t. AJT C OaNa 0 FLOWER COLORS Black Carnation Black and White Spirogira is an honorary for the Odds. Members are chosen from the Odd Classes for their outstanding leadership, loyalty, and service. Pearl Hentz Beverly Ezda Mae Deviney FACULTY MEMBERS Olivia Dorman Mary Settle Gladys Storrs Proctor Anna Mae Tracy Edith West Buddy Autrey Vivian Broward Carolina De Montigne Marian Grady Rose Bud Greer Helen Gray Frances Hall MEMBERS Eleanor Haight Virginia Holt Mary Lou Key Marjorie Mackey Genie Mathewson Wilma Milton Martha Owens Lucy Pope Barbara Sabiston Margaret Teague Eleanor Warren Mary Virginia Warren I9 ' 3.3 FlTKlr - nlr ZVM CO ESTEREN Founded December 14, 1930 esteren is an even organization. its purpose is the perpetuation of even Traditions, class loyalty and friendship. FACULTY MEMBERS Elizabeth Lynn Hazel Stevenson Louise Richardson Katherine Montgomery MEMBERS Virginia Bird Lillian Trotter Bessie Hooper Fay Sumner Lady Jane Lueders Ruth Tucker Joy Makinson Carleen Vinal Elizabeth Pierce Katherine Williams PLEDGES Eva Byrd Julia Smith Fir TA C r V. V. CLUB FLOWER MOTTO Black Narcissus Dig. Sister. Dig OFFICERS HARRIET ISLEY Presiding V. V. ELIZABETH DAVIS GOLD Digger SARA HINSON Keeper of Dates MEMBERS Betty Ball Sara Johnson Catherine Carter Clarice Kinsland Elizabeth Davis Nyra Nooney Dorothy Dimmit Caroline Oliver Katherine Gardiner Sarah Ball Palmer Katherine Hair Elizabeth Smith Sophie Hamner Frances Tack Sara Hinson Elizabeth Williams Harriet Isley Eleanor Wood r l A Jf WA C O Sa O I m f COTILLION CLUB FOUNDED 1910 FLOWER Bachelor Button COLORS Green and White OFFICERS CHARLOTTE STEVENS HELEN BOYD .... President SecretaryTreasurer MEMBERS Edith Ayers Helen Boyd Ethel Mae Edwards Modelle Eichelberger Eva Fowler Rose Bud Greer Elizabeth Gregory Mary Lanier Louise Mackey Florence Middleton Helen Miller Evelyn Mills Evelyn Pettit Emma Lyons Charlotte Stevens Eleanor Warren Kay Warren Mary Virginia Warren Martha Whitaker Eleanor Haight Mary F. Weisiger I iLl iP ' .L.AiirTA C THE F. S. C. W. ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION Tho Alniniiiit ' Associiition of Floi ' idii Stntc ( " ollfi c f ' dr Wdiiioii was orLraiiizcd in l!t(»0 and now includes approxiniatt ' ly tliirty-six hundred nieniliers with in-osiieets of an addi- tional four hundred from the class of 10: ). (General niemhersliip in the Association is given only those students who have recei -ed degrees from the College, and associate nieml)erships thost- stiideiits who do not liold degiccs. hut who have heen in attendance at the ( ' ollege for two years or more in li ' ood standing. Alumnae headquarters are on the main floor of tlie Administration huilding in a room furnished by the Silver Jubilee class of l!i:!0. The Association is now entering its fourth year with an executive secretary. Through the alunuiae loan fund, the greatest jn-oject of the Association, many girls have been aide to attend Florida State College for Women who otherwise would have found it impossilile. The alumnae loan fund has grown from a sum of $100.00, set ashle for a scholarshii) immediately ui)on the organi .ation of the Association, to the present value of over . ' j;n,0(lO.(iO. Inchnh-d in this sum are coutrihutions from various classes, individTuil alumnae, and the College Pan-neUenic Association. Every spring, alunuiae " get togethers " in the form of luiK-heons. dinners, or teas are held in all parts of the State with faculty representatives present from the College. Through these gathei ' ings the alumnae are kept in active touch with their Alina Mater and ai ' e informed as to the c dlege ad ancemcnt, campus changes, ;ind all activities occurring within the year. During the past three years a number of alumnae clubs have been organized, both in Florida and in other states. The tlrst alunuiae club was formed in New York in the fall of 1930 and the second in Jacksonville in Jiinuary, 1931. The sponsoring each year of a play, presented liy members of the college faculty, is another project on the alumnae calendar. The first " faculty play " was presented in the spring of 1929. The Alumnae Novs. official publication of the F. S. C. W. Alumnae Association, is issui ' d liy the secretai-y each month, and is a means of keeping tlie alumnae in touch with the College and the Associiit ion. ' I ' hc Ncirs atlcmpls to give alumnae the " latest " about the . ' ilumnae, the faculty, the college. :ind the sindeiils. At the present time alumnae of FloiMdji Slate College for Women are found in practically every state in the union and in a number of foreign countries. The Alumnae Association is a member of the American Association of University Women and the American Alumni Council. Bmu m I TORCH NIG Torchnight, an old Grecian ceremony symbolizing the pass- ing of the three torches of the college . . Vires, Artes, Mores . . from the Sophomores to the in- coming Freshmen, initiates the new student into the realm of the traditions of F. S. C. W. Thanksgiving! .... a word fraught with a hundred surging memories. Never at any other time of the yeac does competition between the Odds and Evens become so evident.. The early morning color rush, with shivering participants on their mark, and Dr. Bellamy at the gun .... to the victors the Ad Building, to the Odds the Fountain. The Odd-Even games, climaxing the basket- ball and volley ball seasons. Later, as the turkeys are rolled into the dining room, winners and losers alike are joined by the Garnet and Gold .... and differences are forgotten in a common cause. Odd and Even Demonstrations precede all these activities, and it Is then that each faction endeavors to outdo the other in the cleverness and originality of the introduction of its teams for the Thanks- giving games .... at Homecoming, the feature tradition of the year. A blare of bugles... a ruffle of drums. ... and practically the entire population of Tallahassee thronged the streets near the Capitol, straining to catch a glimpse of the important fig- ures of the day. . . .to hear a word of farewell from a beloved retiring Gov- ernor, and a word of hope from the new. REJIDENCE IHALL DIRECTOR Miss Jelks, Director of Off-Campus houses. .. .Mrs. Saynor and Mrs. Wim- berly of Gilchrist. ... Mrs. Sloan, Direc- tor of Resident Halls.... Mrs. Scand- rett and Mrs. Turner of Bryan .... Miss " Rowan and Miss Andrews of Rey- nolds. ... Mrs. Curry and Miss Denham of Jennie Murphree Hall. Sorority Row .... Alpha Gamma Delta .... Chi Omega .... Kappa Alpha Theta .... Kappa Delta .... Alpha Xi Delta .... Zeta Tail Alpha .... Alpha Delta Pi ... . Alpha Chi Omega . . . . Sigma Kappa. Shadows on the lawn, cool porches and a hovering atmosphere of Home. The Ad. Building from another angle .... The Dining Hall at midmorn- ing .... The heavy bronze doors of the Ad. Building, gift of three Odd classes .... The " Even " gates prof- fering welcome and benediction to each daughter of the College . . . . View from Jefferson Street .... Open Air Theater, In the background, scene of many colorful pageants. The staff pliotographer combed the campus for familiar figures. Some she caught by surprise, others saw her first. . . Dean Beckham .... Dr. Con- radi ... A group of eminent psy- chologists: Mr. Waskom, Miss Bur- lingame, Mr. and Mrs. Heinlein, and Mr. Finner, enjoying a bit of sun- shine very unscientifically .... Mr. Eyman .... Mr. Richards and Miss Lynn, of the Physics department, caught in the act of teasing a de- fenseless " photon " . ... Mr. Moore and Mr. Lewis indulging in a highly amusing dialogue .... Mr. Stewart and his favorite pipe .... Miss Liddell philosophizing from the li- brary steps .... A group of great educators, the Messrs. De- Graff, Stevens, Eyman, and Mrs. Hay, Commun- ing with nature .... Mr. Kurz grinning from behind his Kiwanis pin that was cut out of the picture .... Diminutive Miss Scott beside a giant pine tree . , . . Miss Richie and Miss Young forgetting the economic stress of the world .... Mr. Vance taking turns with his sub-deb daughter on the tricycle .... Mr. Stevens measuring his height against a pine tree .... Mr. Rogers watching the world go by ... . Miss Nims — a social worker without a brief case? .... And now the cameraman has gone to find out why Mr. Finner is on his knees to Mrs. Hay! PR ING DANfCE r ■■I As soon as the cold north wind recalls Its chilling blasts, and the Dogwood begins timidly to put out its new buds .... then come gala days to Florida State College. Spring dances! ! Upperclassmen forget their cares and worries for the moment ... .Trailing bits of conversation SPRING DlAN.CE and laughter drift through the sunMght and shadows of the campus, as couples and small groups, resplendent in spring finery, swing along from House to House to Dor- mitories .... to wherever music leads. Seen in passing: Spirogiro shining in the hay .... All manner of craft on Lake Bradford, with goodly car- goes .... Marion Miley flyin ' high .... Old Guard gath- ered at Camp .... Emille Beatty .... Our own Ellie catching a ride, or was It a man? .... Casey Jones ' fine companions making time in a dead freighter. Fay, Heroine of Even De onstratlon .... Ladies of tlie Green Smocks .... Just ob- serving, unobserved .... A nature study .... School DaySj or What Happened to Placid and Addie away at College .... Greta . . . . Well! Here ' s competition for any Austin. Surest si gn of Spring : : : : May Queen and her court. The days pass swiftly then till June is suddenly upon us. Class Day .... Senior Ashes . . . . Last will and testament . . . . Daisy Chains .... and Graduation. Pan-Hellenic S KAPPA DELTA Kappa Alpha Chapter 1904 CHI OMEGA Gamma Chapter 1908 ALPHA DELTA PI Iota Chapter 1909 DELTA DELTA DELTA Alpha Eta Chapter 1916 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Rho Chapter 1920 SIGMA KAPPA Omega Chapter 1920 PI BETA PHI Florida Beta Chapter 1921 DELTA 2ETA Alpha Sigma Chapter 1924 KAPPA ALPHA THETA Beta Nu Chapter 1924 ZETA TAU ALPHA Beta Gamma Chapter 1924 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Gamma Beta Chapter 1925 THETA UPSILON Lambda Chapter 1925 DELTA PHI EPSILON Iota Chapter 1925 ALPHA OMICRON PI Alpha Pi Chapter 1928 PHI MU Alpha Epsilon Chapter 1929 ALPHA CHI OMEGA Beta Eta Chapter 1929 ALPHA XI DELTA Alpha Omega Chapter 1929 BETA PHI ALPHA Psi Chapter 1931 Mackey Hulsey Carter Smith Shaw Dunn Ballowe Kramer McLaughlin Warren Lurvey Allan Nicholson Askew Hodsdon Amstutz Jones Crews Sorenson Sanderson Weinstein Lovitz Knapp Kehler Whitthorne Haight Robertson Tunis Key Hall Butler PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION THE PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION OF F. S. C. W. IS COMPOSED OF ALL FRATERNITY WOMEN ON THE CAMPUS WHO UNITE TO PROMOTE IN- TER-FRATERNAL GOOD-WILL AND FELLOWSHIP. MARY LOU SANDERSON. PRESIDENT TOBIAH LOVITZ, SECRETARY MARJORIE MACKEY KATHERINE CARTER EMMA LAW BETTY DUNN VIRGINIA SAUSSEY MARGARET TEAGUE FRANCES LURVEY MARY E. NICHOLSON LUCILE HODSDON MILLICENT AMSTUTZ PAT CREWS MARIE SORENSON IDA WEINSTEIN FRANCES KNAPP FRANCES WHITHORNE MARTHA ROBERTSON MARY LOU KEY MILDRED HALL Kappa Delta Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi SARA HULSEY ELIZABETH SMITH JESSIE SHAW Delta Delta Delta DOROTHY BALLOWE Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Kappa Pi Beta Phi Delta Zeta EUNICE KRAMER MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN MARY VIRGINIA WARREN MARY ALLAN Kappa Alpha Theta SUNSHINE ASKEW Zeta Tau Alpha ADA WOODWARD Alpha Gamma Delta NELLE JONES Theta Upsilon Delta Phi Epsilon Alpha Omicron Pi Phi Mu Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Xi Delta Beta Phi Alpha MARY LOU SANDERSON TOBIAH LOVITZ BETH KEHLER ELEANOR HAIGHT ELIZABETH TUNIS BETTY WHITE RUTH BUTLER Bryant Chase Greer Kuder Leigh Mackey McColsky Sherrill Belcher Bird Dawson Hulsey Newman Price Carter Davis Dunn Edwards Lyon Mackey Owens Rankin Robey Sipple Whitaker Anderson Arnold Ayala Braman Farrior Forsythe Fulgham Fuller Gregory Henry Hicks Johnson Klrkland Lamar Lindsey Mabry Marchmont Miller Moore McMullen Oliver Perkins Phillips Tack Thompson Tillman Wing KAPPA DELTA Kappa Alpha Chapter Installed in 1904 Founded at Virginia State Normal In 1894 COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose OPEN MOTTO: ' Let Us Strive for That Which Is Honorable. Beautiful, and Highest. " PUBLICATION: Angelos in facultate HELEN Mckean in COLLEGIO Virginia Bryant Catherine Chase Rosebud Greer India Kuder SENIORS Lillian Leigh Marjorie Mackey Ruth McClosky Margaret Sherrill Mary Belcher Virginia Bird Helen Dawson Sara Hulsey Mada McClosky JUNIORS Audrey Newman Edna Oxford Rebecca Price Scott Turnbull SOPHOMORES Martha Carlton Mary Catherine Carter Elizabeth Davis Anne Lee Dunn Margaret Edwards Marie Lyon Louise Mackey Martha Owens Susan Rankin Martine Robey Helen Sipple Martha Whitaker PLEDGES Jean Anderson Helen Arnold Helen Ayala Janice Braman Julia Farrior Virginia Forsythe Lucy Fulgham Catherine Fuller Elizabeth Gregory Myrtle Henry Cecil Hicks Sara Johnson Hester Kirkland Julia Lamar Marcia Lindsay Alice Dean Mabry Peggy Marchmont Helen Miller Eunice Moore Rena McMullen Caroline Oliver Edith Perkins CAROLYDt Phillips Frances Tack Margaret Thompson Adeline Tilman Barbara Wing Anthony Carter Edwards Gray Roach Baya Kreher Murphy Smith Sumner Daffin Dudley Dunwoody Graves Keffer Pegues Bacon Buckner Dimmitt Ely Gannon Mary Gannon Gilmer Groover Hale Houghton KIrby-Smlth Lewis Lyons Magruder Manning Mathis McKay A. Merrill B. Merrill Middleton Murray Perry Radford Rankin S. Rankin M. Rankin Reed Rowlett Ryan Stokes Street Thames Wallace West Wood CHI OMEGA Gamma Chapter Installed in 1908 Founded at Fayetteville, Arkansas, in 1895 COLORS: Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation OPEN MOTTO: Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals ' PUBLICATION: Eleusis in facultate Kathleen Callahan Mrs. J. F. Miller ROWENA LONGMIRE IN COLLEGIO Anna Belle Anthony Katherine Carter Mary Adair Edwards SENIORS Marion Elrod Nancy Gray Margaret Roach JUNIORS Rosalie Baya Marguerite Kreher Mary Virginia Murphy Elizabeth Smith Fay Sumner Esther Daffin Sue Dudley Reba Dunwoody SOPHOMORES May Graves Billie Keffer Mary Rhett Pegues PLEDGES Nancy Bacon Sarah Buckner Virginia Dearing Dorothy Demmitt Margaret Ely Jean Erwin Martha Estes Margaret Gannon Mary Gannon Jean Gilmer Martha Groover Janet Hale Lucy Haughton Elizabeth Kirby-Smith Lois Lewis Marie Lyons Anne Magruder Betty Manning Beth Mathis Eleanor McKay Ann Merrill Betty Merrill Florence Middleton Elizabeth Murray Patti Perry Laura Frances Radford Genevieve Ramsaur Sara Rankin Mary Rankin Mary Reed Gregory Rowlett Francis Rutherford Dorothy Ryan Margaret Stokes Mary Street Henrietta Thames Aline Tolbert Ruth Wallace Carolyn West Eleanor Wood „?iv ' iWii ' " " r,i;j Collins Copeland Fennel Isley KInsland McKethan Shaw Bell Hinson Lasserre Strickland Allan Ball Hutt Munroe Palmer Thomas Towles Blackwell Brandon Dowling Groover Hair Harrell Hessler Hill May McCathern McClelland Milton Palmer Rogers Smith Wilhoit ALPHA DELTA PI Iota chapter Installed in 1909 Founded at Wesleyan college in 1851 COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: Violet OPEN MOTTO: •We Live For Each Other- PUBLICATION: Adelphean IN FACULTATE Margaret Burks Helen Haggerty Lucy Lester Mrs. Virginia Sloan Lenora Smith IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Mary Call Collins Paola Copeland Ida S Fennell Harriet Isley Clarice Kinsland Dorothy McKethan Jessie Shaw Pauline Belu Sara Hinson Louise Lasserre JUNIORS Emma Law Frances Strickland Elizabeth Allen Betty Ball Emily Hutt Evelyn Mills SOPHOMORES Julia Monroe Susan Palmer Frances Gray Thomas Olive Towles PLEDGES Martha Blackwell Mary Brandon Mamie Hinely Abigail Dowling Anna Groover Katherine Hair Frances Harrell Augusta Hessler Janet Hill Lawson May Mildred McCathern Jane McClelland Margaret Milton Sara Bell Palmer Mary Belle Rogers Audrey Smith Marion Lee Wilhoit Ballowe Dunn O ' Neal Tolbert K. Warren J. Yonge Knox Lewis Miller Nants Price Ware Duval Johnson IVIercer Moore Payne Smoak E. Warren Barrs Brown Curtright Dekle Haynesworth Hickson Hooks Kee Lowry May Reed Rickards Way Wilkinson Williams K. Yonge DELTA DELTA DELTA Alpha Eta Chapter Installed in 1916 Founded in Boston, Mass., in 1888 COLORS: Silver, Gold. Blue FLOWER: Pansy OPEN MOTTO: " Let Us Steadfastly Love One Another " PUBLICATION: Trident IN FACULTATE Katherine Montgomery Charlotte Jelks Catherine Walters in collegio seniors Dorothy Ballowe Betty Dunn Patricia O ' Neal Kate Tolbert Katherine Warren Jean Yonge juniors Margaret Hanford Vernon Kimball Iris Knox Placid Lewis Katherine Miller Rebecca Nants Dorothy Price Virginia Ware sophomores Adelaide Duval Gertrude Johnson Chrystelle Mercer Ellen Moore Eleanor Payne Mildred Smoak Eleanor Warren PLEDGES Carolyn Barker Katherine Barrs Edith Brown Julia Chaldress Ann Curtright Donna Dekle Florence Gillham Mathilde Haynesworth Louise Hickson Margaret Hooks Virginia Kee Frances Lowry Marian May Frances Phillips Joyce Reed Becky Lou Richards Eliza Thompson YULEE Way Nancy Wilkinson Ruth Williams Katherine Yonge Anderson Jones Davis Henshaw Baggs Dormary Kramer Inglis Adams Bowers Bristol Butler Certain Ferguson Giles Harrington Keller Morris Smith Van Ess Wilson SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Rho chapter Installed in 1920 Founded at Farmville, Virginia, in 1898 COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Violet OPEN MOTTO: ' Faithful Unto Death ' PUBLICATION: Triangle IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Marjorie Anderson Parke Davis Evelyn Henshaw Ethel Jones Virginia Saussey Josephine Baggs Ruth Dormany JUNIORS Eunice Kramer Frances McQuarrie SOPHOMORES Katherine Inglis PLEDGES Edna Adams Virginia Bowers WiLMA Bristol Marjorie Butler Marie Certain Evelyn Ferguson Marcia Giles Mildred Harrington Martha Jeffries Catherine Keller Winifred Matchett Mary Louise Morris Kate Shaver Josephine Smith Vera Van Ess Evelyn Wilson ■ ;r A .«v 5 Baldwin Cawthon Teague Stimmel Fox McLaughlin McGuire Morgan Parramore Fanning Foxworthy Gray Sponanbarger Swindal Anderson Canova Cook Curry Edwards E. Johnson A. B. Johnson Kennard Simmons Spencer Stimmel Taylor Vickers Ward Williams SIGMA KAPPA Omega Chapter Installed in 1920 FOUNDED AT COLBY COLLEGE, WATERVILLE, MAINE IN 1874 COLORS: Maroon and Lavender FLOWER: Violet OPEN MOTTO: One Heart. One Wav PUBLICATION: Triangle IN FACULTATE Gladys Storrs Proctor Leila Venable IN COLLEGIO Jessie Baldwin Mildred Cawthon Clarice Parker SENIORS Margaret Teague Barbara Stimmel JUNIORS Margaret Cook Mary Lou Fox Margaret McLaughlin Elsie McGuire Blanche Morgan Nina Parramore Betty Ploeger SOPHOMORES Helen Coombs Jo Frances Fanning Mary Louise Foxworthy Helen Gray Elizabeth Sponanbarger Louise Swindal PLEDGES Margaret Anderson Mary Canova Janet Cook Barbara Curry Gwendolyn Edwards Emily Johnson Aggie Bush Johnson Edith Jones Evelyn Kennard Edith Phelps Mary Simmons Mary Fowler iiPENCER Leona Stimmel Isabel Taylor Ola Deare Vickers Mildred Ward Grace Wicks Martha Williams Booton Gray Pope Gautier Andrews Freeman Haynie Lurvey McCrae Moore Nooney Pilkington Railey Warren Wilson Baker Dungan Fernandez Fowler Fowlea Goodwin Groover Hamner Helvenston Kibler Uanier Logan Mill ' j Morris Patterson Peters Stuart Williams Wright PI BETA PHI Florida Beta Chapter Installed in 1921 Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, III., 1867 COLORS: " Wine and Silver Blue " FLOWER: Wine Carnation PUBLICATION: Arrow IN FACULTATE Elizabeth Griffing IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Jessie Booton Helen Gray Lucy Pope JUNIORS Kaye Gardiner Ida Gautier Joy Makinson Ethel Fair Pillans SOPHOMORES Rae Andrews Dorothy Freeman Evelyn Hayne Frances Lurvey Eleanor McCrae Jane Moore Nyra Nooney Alys Pilkington Mary Railey Charlotte Stevens Martha Taylor Mary Virginia Warren Helen Wilson PLEDGES Lillian Baker Myrtle Carlson Frances Louise Dungan Mary Fernandez Ruth Fowles Emma Lee Goodwin Marguerite Groover Sophie Hamner Marjorie Helvenston Helen Kibler Mary Frances Lanier Claudia Logan Mary Irene McKay Rosalie Mills Genevieve Morris Carol Patterson Margaret Peters Evelyn Pettit Elizabeth Williams Agnes Wright M. Allan J. Allen Anderson Buford Grady E. Nicholson Tyler Bridges Bruce Burnett Irsch M. E. Nicholson Varn Brantley Edwards Pittman Shaw Truelson Adair Bennett Cotterill Dixon Haymond Home PInkoson Powell Rice Selzner Veach Way DELTA ZETA Alpha Sigma Chapter Installed in 1924 Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902 COLORS: Rose and Green FLOWER: KlLLARNEY ROSE PUBLICATION: The Lamp IN FACULTATE AVA Leatherman White IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Mary Allan Josephine Allen Mary Lou Anderson Alice Buford Marion Grady Eunice Nicholson Vorginia Tyler JUNIORS Clara Bridges Margaret Bruce Dorothy Burnett Eleanor Irsch Mary E. Nicholson Mary Varn SOPHOMORES Jean Boyd Marion Brantley Dorothy Edwards Helen Pittman Rosalie Powell Helen Verne Shaw Margaret Truelson PLEDGES Gwendolyn Adair Frances Bennett EviLO Bromley Virginia Campbell Marie Cotterhill June Dixon Virginia Haymond Dorothy Horne GwEN Powell Bessie Pinkoson Kathryn Rice Margaret Selzner Mary Veach Hicks Hodsdon Wood Askew Cornell Kelley Orr Anderson Baxley Fulks Holt Kimball Ballard Davis Gregg Hale Harris Middleton Moredock McCormick O ' Steen Quarterman Rivers Roberts Sullivan TerBush Williams Wolfe KAPPA ALPHA THETA Beta Nu Chapter Installed in 1924 FOUNDED AT DEPAU UNIVERSITY IN 1870 COLORS: Black and Gold FLOWER: Black and Gold Pansy PUBLICATION: Kappa Alpha Theta Magazine IN FACULTATE MoNA Alderman Hope Baskette Mildred Finnegan Jennie Tilt Edith West IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Annie Lois Hicks LuciLE Hodsdon Edwina Jackson Lillian Wood JUNIORS Sunshine Askew Dorothy Benz Sally Cornell Sarah Kelley ISABELE Orr SOPHOMORES ANGEi-A Anderson Virginia Baxley Velma Fulks Virginia Holt Betty Kimball Pauline Oliver PLEDGES Evelyn Ballard Frances Davis Alice Gregg Laura Hale Eleanor Harris Betty Middleton Edna Moredock Mary Waller McCormick Clairnelle OSteen Rosalind Parker Dorothy Quarterman Agnes Rivers Harriet Roberts Barbara Sandquist Antoinette Sullivan Wylma TerBush Claire Williams Enid Wolfe Amstutz Huffman Rice Root Shepherd Whitfield Williams Woodward Green Crosby Faxon Thornton Adkins Burnett Cady Caro McDowell Morrison Stanpill ZETA TAU ALPHA Beta Gamma Chapter Installed in 1924 Founded 1898 COLORS: Gray and Blue FLOWER: White Violet OPEN MOTTO: ' Seek the Noblest " PUBLICATION: Themis IN COLLEGIO SENIORS MiLLICENT AMSTUTZ Elizabeth Cermack Clarice Stanpill Glenda Rice Elizabeth Root Helen Shepherd Virginia Whitfield Clara Williams Margaret Woodward JUNIORS Mary Blair Anderson Katherine Bensel Mary Newton Green Sarah Heard Ada Woodward n il SOPHOMORES Edythe Clarkson Rose Crosby BiLLiE Faxon Beth Kindley Margarite Gardner Joanna Perkins PLEDGES Hazel Adkins Ruth Burnett Beverly Cady Lucille Caro Mary Virginia Colson Edna Corbett Sue Harrison Sarah McDowell Blanche Morrison Lucille Keeter Clarice Stanpill Eloise Stoffe B. Bailey Bottari Crews Heath Herbertson Lamar Long McGraw McNeil IVlJddlebrooks Reynolds Scholz Turner Scarborough Williams H. Bailey Hartness Logan Turner Crosland Curtis Dixon Duncan Fox Grainger H intermister IVIarkham Maury Patterson Peterson Scott Shepherd Wilson Underwood ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Gamma Beta Chapter Installed in 1925 Founded at Syracuse University in 1904 COLORS: Red. Buff, Green FLOWER: Red Rose PUBLICATION: Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly IN COLLEGIO SENIORS BONiTA Bailey Ines Lee Bottari Hattie Ruth Crews BiLLiE Heath Eleanor Herbertson Kate Lamar Kathleen Long Margaret McGraw Eleanor McNeil Virginia Middlebrooks Selma Reynolds Opal Sholz Helen Turner JUNIORS Eloise Austin Orline Hall Laura Hopkins Sue Scarbrough Eloise Williams SOPHOMORES Hallie Bailey Helen Hartness BiLLiE Hodges Sarah Butler Logan Marian Turner PLEDGES Barbara Crosland Victoria Curtis Alice Dixon Virginia Duncan Adyline Fox Nadia Grainger Louise Hill Betty Hintermister Anna Markham Katherine E. Maury Martha Patterson Mary Ward Peterson Marcella Rudisill Marcia Scott Frances Shepherd Mildred Thomas Alice Wahl Frances Wilson Peggie Underwood Brandon Post Sanderson Tomkies Zimmerman C. Hardee Trotter Hall Sorenson Brinson Clark Ervin J. Hardee McMillan Scruggs THETA UPSILON Lambda Chapter Installed in 1925 Founded at University of California in 1914 COLORS: Rainbow FLOWER: Iris OPEN MOTTO: Let There Be Light " PUBLICATION: The Dial Agnes Brandon Doris Post Mary Lou Sanderson in collegio seniors Katherine Tomkies Eunice Zimmerman Cola Hardee JUNIORS Lillian Trotter Frances Hall SOPHOMORES Marie Sorenson Ruth Brinson Mary Clark Caroline Ervin PLEDGES Johnny Hardee Mary McMillan Susie Scruggs Teinberg Scher Weinstein Lovitz Rosenberg Steinberg Berman Kaufman Wahnish Cracowaner Davidsen Fleet Feinberg Goldstein Hackel Jacobs Klepper Miller Meiten DELTA PHI EPSILON Iota Chapter Installed in 1925 founded at new york university in 1917 COLORS: Purple and Gold FLOWER: Pansy PUBLICATION: The Delta Phi Epsilon IN COLLEGIO SENIORS IRMA FEINBERG ROSABELLE SCHER Ida Weinstein JUNIORS tobiah lovitz Charlotte Rosenberg Florence Steinberg SOPHOMORES Hanah Ashkenazy Inez Berman Charlotte Kaufman Melvyne Wahnish PLEDGES Janice Brice Charlotte Cracowaner Beatrice Davidsen Pearl Fleet Ruth Feinberg Theresa Freidlin Adeline Goldstein Sylvia Hackel Miriam Jacobs Elaine Klepper Ida Pearl Miller Evelyn Meiten Cameron Causey Knapp Marks Pilkington Davis Kehler Miles Ridgell Sheldon Atwater Carter Ayers Brenneman Carson Filer Graham Johnson Kierce Lewis Lumley McAdam Pearson Porter Wambaugh Weldon ALPHA OMICRON PI Alpha Pi Chapter Installed in 1928 Founded at Barnard College, New York city, in 1897 COLORS: Cardinal FLOWER: Jacqueminot Rose PUBLICATION: To Dragma in facultate Helen Davis Julia Gehan IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Lenore Altman Florence Cameron Frances Causey Ruth Conradi Frances Knapp Evelyn Marks Evelyn Pilkington JUNIORS Mary Lee Davis Beth Kehler Rosalind Kennedy Thelma Phipps Miles Christine Ridgell Mary Jane Sheljon Mildred E. Williams SOPHOMORES Opal Atwater Marjorie Carter PLEDGES Edith Ayers Sallie Brenneman Mary Carson Mary Filer Sarah Graham Lorraine Hudson Louise Johnson Imogene Kierce Dallie Lewis Mary Leila Lumley Sylvia McAoams Laurita Pearson Alice Porter EvALiNE Rankin Cleo Wambaugh Virginia Weldon V. Broward Lewis Sabiston VanVoorhis Barnum G. Broward Fowler Hooper Hopkins Railey Tucker Whitthorne Carroll Goza Haight Kinq Parks Wilkerson Allred Armington Banks Campbell Eichelberger Griffitts Hill O ' Neal Pollock Ramsaur Riggs Rodgers Sheppard Van Orden Whisnant PHI MU Alpha Epsilon Chapter Installed in 1929 Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation OPEN MOTTO: ' LES SOEURS FlDELES ' PUBLICATION: Agaia IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Vivian Broward Emaly Lewis Barbara Sabiston ISABELLE VANVOORHIS JUNIORS Margaret Barnum Gertrude Broward Mary Fowler Bessie Hooper Jayne Hopkins Sarah Railey Ruth Tucker Frances Whitthorne SOPHOMORES Sue Carroll Hazel Goza Eleanor Haight Betty King Frances Parks Sara Wilkerson PLEDGES Lorraine Allred Vivian Armington Alice Banks Martha Campbell Charlotte Culter Modelle Eichelberger Janet Griffitts Eloise Hill Elizabeth O ' Neal Perry Pollock Elizabeth Ramsaur Betty Lee Riggs Trudy Rodgers Virginia Sheppard Cecelia Van Orden Mary Frances Whisnant II Ambrose Covington Graham Gray Price Robertson Seals Southard Tunis Baker Chiles Cosper Deahl Hendley Smith Terrell DeMontigne Murray Register Wheller White Breaux Brooks Buchanan Carlton Drennan M. Howarth S. Howarth Hoober Larsen Leach Leiand Lueders Linger Lundelius McGarity Mikell Newton Peterson Philips Stubbs Van Roy White ' ; .« ' -• » " ; ( ALPHA CHI OMEGA Beta Eta Chapter Installed in 1929 Founded at Depau University in 1885 COLORS: Scarlet and Olive Green FLOWER: Carnation OPEN MOTTO: •Together Let Us Seek the Heights " PUBLICATION: The Lyre IN FACULTATE BERENICE DEETZ ELLA HILL LEE JOSEPHINE MORRISON IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Elizabeth Ambrose Evelyn Covington Hattie Graham Mary Gray Ruth Price Martha Robertson Mildred Seals Virginia Southard Elizabeth Tunis JUNIORS Anna Margaret Baker Helen Chiles Mary Alice Cosper Alta Deahl Josephine Hendley IvA Mae Robson Julia Smith Doris Terrell SOPHOMORES Carolina De Montigne Margaret Murray Frances Register Elizabeth Wheeler Eva White PLEDGES YVETTE BREAUX Anna Elizabeth Brooks JuANiTA Buchanan Emily Carlton Mary Catherine Drennan Priscilla Henderson Mary Howarth Sarah Howarth Christie Nan Hoober Margrethe Larsen Dorothy Leach Narcissa Leland Lady Jane Lueders Anna Belle Linger Helen Lundelius Caroline McGarity Sara Mikell Marjorie Newton Ethel Peterson Margaret Philips Valerie Stubbs Gretchen Van Roy Elizabeth White • •»,• ««, Key Lauenborg Linnemeier Mathewson Maurer McCredie Patterson Roberts Stone Wright Brenner Dolive Horton Scott Bailey Evans Fritsch Garfunkel Kemp Newman Stout Colbert Cubillas Filer Haynes Morrlssey Pace Rainbolt Sellg Tarrer Tuten Veith Wiley ALPHA XI DELTA Alpha Omega Chapter Installed in t929 Founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, IN 1893 COLORS: Double Blue and Gold FLOWER: KlLLARNEY ROSE PUBLICATION: The Alpha Xi Delta IN FACULTATE ANNA MAE SHARP ALETHEA SMITH MRS. EDWIN WHITE Mary Lou Key Martha Lauenborg Helen Linnemeier Genie Mathewson Florence Maurer IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Bernice McCredie Eloise Patterson Margaret Ann Roberts Yvonne Stone Elaine Wright Amy Brenner Mary Dolive La Verne Horton JUNIORS Crystal Jones Helen Scott Grace Elizabeth White Betty C. Bailey Betty Evans Helemary Fritsch Barbara Garfunkel SOPHOMORES Virginia Kemp Edith Newman Elizabeth Stout PLEDGES Virginia Colbert Carlota Cubillas Elizabeth Filer Geneva Ficher Alline Freeman Hazel Haynes Gertrude Heck Marian Morrissey Juanita Pace Ruth Rainbolt Helen Selig Althea Smith Rebecca Steele Elizabeth Tarrer Wynne Tuten Bertha Veith Monica Wiley WHrnm ■Ml mmm Fridy Hall Hopf McLean Nobles Shelton Williams Young Butler Martin Keyes Nickle Weidele Crowley Gocio Houchard Lenfestey Martin Oyama Patrick White Whitfield BETA PHI ALPHA Psi Chapter Installed in 1931 Founded at University of California in 1909 COLORS: Green and Gold FLOWER: Tea Rose OPEN MOTTO: " SciENTiA, Virtus. Amicitia " IN FACULTATE MARJORIE MAYER MILDRED STEWART IN COLLEGIO SENIORS Frances Friday Mildred Hall Eula Hopf Myra McLean Evelyn Nobles ViRGIE Shelton Elsie Williams Dorothy Young Ruth Butler JUNIORS Viola Martin Marion Keyes Margaret Nickle SOPHOMORES Aleene Weidele Genevieve Crowley LiNNiE Mae Estes Gertrude Gates Mary Gocio Frances Houchard Jessie Lenfestey PLEDGES Ruth Martin Alma Oyama Lois Patrick Mary Catherine White Mary Elizabeth Whitfield BONITA BAILEY F. MARSHALL VIVIAN DALLETT LUCY POPE HELEN GRAY DOROTHY TAIT ROSEBUD GREER LORELIE TAIT MARY LOU KEY K. WARREN MORTAR BOARD Founded at Syracuse University, Syracuse, n. y., 1918 Torch Bearer Chapter Installed in 1931 FACULTY MEMBERS KATHRYN T. ABBEY EDITH E. LYNN RUTH SCHORNHERST MARY SETTLE ANNA MAE SHARP STUDENT MEMBERS BONITA BAILEY VIVIAN DALLETT ELIZABETH GILLIES MARY HELEN GRAY ROSEBUD GREER MARY LOU KEY FRANCES MARSHALL LUCY POPE DOROTHY TAIT LORELIE TAIT KATHERINE WARREN Mortar Board, the only national honorary for senior women, has for its purpose the promotion of loyalty among college students, the creation of a spirit of fellowship and service, the maintenance of high standards of scholarship, and the encouragement of leadership, in short, the development of a finer type of college women. Qualifications for membership are found in the motto: " Service, Scholar- ship. Leadership. " ALPHA CHI ALPHA founded at university of tennessee in 1919 Gamma Chapter Installed in 1921 FACULTY MEMBERS WILLIAM G. DODD ROWENA LONGMIRE EARL L. VANCE EDITH WEST STUDENT MEMBERS BONITA BAILEY VIVIAN BROWARD VIVIAN DALLETT HELEN GRAY MARY GRAY MARION HOBSON BESSIE HOOPER EVELYN MARKS FRANCES MARSHALL ELOISE PATTERSON LUCY POPE BARBARA SABISTON MARY JANE SHELDON LILLIAN TROTTER ELAINE WRIGHT The purpose of this organization is to honor those students who have shown an ability and taken an active part in collegiate publications and to advance the study of various phases of journalism. One and one-half years of creditable service on one college publication is a requisite for membership. This was the first national honorary established on campus. OMICRON NU Founded Michigan State Agricultural College 1912 Pi Chapter installed in 1922 FACULTY members HELEN DAVIS MARGARET R. SANDELS ESTHER KERN EYMAN JENNIE TILT STUDENT MEMBERS IRMA FEINBERG MARGARET MCDONALD Omicron Nu is the national Home Economics honor society. Its purpose is to recognize and promote scholarship. leadership. and research in the field of home economics. only students in the last of their junior year, and Seniors are eligible for membership. KAPPA DELTA PI Founded at the Uni versity of Illinois in 1909 ALPHA Delta Chapter Installed in 1925 FACULTY MEMBERS CHARLOTTE M. BECKHAM RUTH CONNOR LILLIAN CROSS RALPH L. EYMAN BERTHA W. FINNER PAUL F. FINNER VELMA OOTEN NATHANIEL M. SALLEY DORA SKIPPER LENORA SMITH RUTH N. TAYLOR FLORENCE R. TRYON KENNETH R. WILLIAMS STUDENT MEMBERS VIVIA CRAIG RUTH DEGRAFF ALMA GILLIS GERTRUDE HECK MERLE KEEL SARA NALL EUNICE ZIMMERMAN Kappa Delta Pi ?s an international honor society in Education. Its purpose shall be to encourage in its members a higher degree of devotion to social service by fostering high intellectual and personal standards during the period of preparation for teaching, and recognizing outstanding service in the field of education. PHI ALPHA THETA Founded at the University of Arkansas in 1921 Delta Chapter Installed in 1926 faculty members KATHRYN T, abbey ANNIE M. POPPER ALICE CHRISTENSON BESSIE C. RANDOLPH ROBERT S. COTTERILL VENILA L. SHORES ARTHUR WILLIAMS STUDENT MEMBERS LENORE ALTMAN BONITA BAILEY EVELYN COVINGTON ALMA GILLIS MERLE KEEL TOBIAH LOVITZ BERNICE McCREDIE EVELYN NOBLES LUCY POPE EUNICE ZIMMERMAN THE PURPOSE OF PHI ALPHA THETA IS TO FOSTER INTEREST IN THE FIELD OF HISTORY AND TO OFFER RECOGNITION TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE EXCELLED IN THEIR HISTORY WORK. CHI DELTA PHI Founded at the University of Tennessee in 1919 Pi Chapter Installed in 1925 FACULTY MEMBERS ELEANOR B. SCOTT HAZEL A. STEVENSON ELEANOR HERBERTSON CARLEEN VINAL MILDRED WILLIAMS THE STANDARDS OF PRODUCTIVE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. JT STUDENT MEMBERS BONITA BAILEY BETTY BRADFORD BETTY DANIELS The purpose of Chi Delta Phi is to raise literary work among the women students of purposes to furnish the highest reward for conscientious effort in further- ing the most worthwhile interests of literature in the broader sense of the TERM. Election to membership is based upon such meritorious work. PHI KAPPA PHI Founded in 1897 Florida State College for Women Chapter Installed in 1925 FACULTY MEMBERS katheryn abbey mona alderman raymond bellamy edward conradi paul f. finner edmund v. gage JOSIAH B. game HERMAN KURZ OLGA LARSON LELAN J. LEWIS ROWENA LONGMIRE GRADUATE JANE BAILEY MARJORIE MAYER KATHERINE MONTGOMERY ELLA SCOBLE OPPERMAJsl BESSIE RANDOLPH NATHANIEL M. SALLEY MARGARET SANDELS ARTHUR R. SEYMOUR ELMER R. SMITH ALBAN STEWART JENNIE TILT FLORENCE TRYON ARTHUR WILLIAMS MEMBERS MARGUERITE NORTON TOWN MEMBERS MRS. M B. ALFRIEND JEANNE COMPTON GWENDOLYN LLOYD MRS. ELEANOR G. McBRIDE MRS. J. FRANK MILLER IDA REA MRS. DORA SKIPPER CECELIA WAHNISH STUDENT MEMBERS ELIZABETH AMBROSE BONITA BAILEY EMILY CARLTON EVELYN COVINGTON BETTY DUNN IDA FENNELL ANGELINA FERRARA CORNELIA GERBER MARY HELEN GRAY GRACE KERBY MARY LOU KEY MARTHA LAUENBORG ELSA LAWSON MARY LOU MacGOWAN DORIS MARTIN SARA NALL EVELYN NOBLES ELIZABETH SCHIMMEL DOROTHY SEXON ALICE SOMMERVILLE BARBARA STIMMEL DOROTHY TAIT LORELIE TAIT ELIZABETH TUNNIS MILDRED WILFONG MARY YONGUE Phi Kappa Phi was established " To provide an honor society dedicated to the Unity and Democracy of Education, open to honor students of all de. partments of american universities and colleges. its prime object is to em- PHASIZE scholarship and CHARACTER IN THE THOUGHT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS. TO HOLD FAST TO THE ORIGINAL PURPOSE FOR WHICH INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING WERE FOUNDED, AND TO STIMULATE MENTAL ACHIEVEMEN " . BY THE PRIZE OF MEMBERSHIP. " BETA PI THETA Founded in Birmingham, Alabama in 1924 Theta Kappa Chapter Installed in 1926 FACULTY members MILDRED FINNEGAN MARIAN J. HAY LUCY LESTER MADELEINE POSTAIRE ARTHUR SEYMOUR STUDENT members ELOISE AUSTIN JANE BAILEY MARY ALICE COSPER EVELYN COVINGTON IDA S. FENNELL ANGELINA FERRARA MARY HELEN GRAY NANCY GRAY MARIE HUFFMAN RUTH HUGHES BETH KEHLER DORIS MARTIN NIHLA MILLER SARA NALL HELEN PEMBERTON FRANCES STRICKLAND DOROTHY PRICE ELIZABETH TUNIS CARLEEN VINAL MILDRED WILFONG The purpose of Beta Pi Theta Fraternity is to organize representative men and women in the universities and colleges of the united states who by travel. study. conversation, interest, influence, and ability will advance the progress of literary french and things cultural in america. ETA SIGMA PHI FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IN 1924 ETA Chapter Installed in 1926 OLIVIA N. DORMAN JOSIAH B. game FACULTY MEMBERS EDITH W. WEST STUDENT MEMBERS ELOISE AUSTIN PAULINE BELL ISABEL BRAINARD VIVIA CRAIG IDA FENNELL TERESA FRIEDLIN LOUISE GOODBREAD MEDELE HELMS MARTHA McCLELLAN MARY MCMILLAN VIRGINIA SCHIMMEL BARBARA STIMMEL IDA WEINSTEIN BETTY WHITE KATHRYN WILLIAMS Eta Sigma Phi is the national classical honorary fraternity which pur- poses TO encourage classical scholarship, to enhance the appreciation of Greek and Roman culture, and to promote good will and fellowship among classical students. Membership is open to undergraduates, men and women. IN classical departments, who are chosen for their high standard of schol- arship and their proven interest in the study and appreciation of the classics. Faculty of the classical departments of colleges where there are chapters are honorary members of the fraternity. PHI BETA SIGMA Organized at Florida State College for women 1927 FACULTY MEMBERS CHARLOTTE M. BECKHAM FRANCES BENGE MARION J. HAY MYRTLE E. ARTHUR R. DOLBEE SEYMOUR STUDENT MEMBERS BETTY BAILEY JANE BAILEY MAXINE CAMPBELL MARJORIE CARTER PERFECTA COLMENARES FRANCES CONN MARY E. COOLEY BETTY DANIELS ROSA DOUB KATHRYN DUFFY HELEN FEAGIN ANGELINA FERRERA ESTHA FRANCO EMMA HOLT KATE LAMAR KATHLEEN LONG ABBIE LYLE HELEN MENENDEZ NIHLA MILLER ELOISE PATTERSON OLGA PENA DOROTHY PRICE MAGDALENE RODRIGUEZ ROSA SCAGLIONE VERGIE SHELTON MILDRED STEVENS ELIZABETH TUNIS ISABEL VAN VOORHIS IDA WEINSTEIN BETTY WHITE MILDRED WILFONG ROSE ZAUDERER Phi Beta Sigma, local Spanish honororary sorority, has as its purpose the stimulation of a desire for further knowledge and study of the spanish LANGUAGE AND THE CREATION OF A GREATE: APPRECIATION OF THE CUSTOMS AND LITERATURE OF SPAIN. MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO ARE CHOSEN FOR THEIR HIGH SCHOLASTIC RECORD IN ADVANCED SPANISH COURSES AND WHO HAVE MANIFESTED AN ACTIVE INTEREST IN SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. THE AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS FOUNDED IN 1896 Installed in 1928 FACULTY members MARGARET WHITNEY DOW ADELAIDE LEE ELLA SCOBLE OPPERMAN WILLIAM G. DODD STUDENT MEMBERS JEANNE COMPTON GERTRUDE JONES FLORITA McCOMBS DOROTHY LEACH JULIA MUNROE CHRISTINA PEARSON BERYL STEINMEYER BARBARA STIMMEL WILLIE PEARL WILSON The PURPOSES of the American Guild of Organists are to raise the standard OF efficiency of organists by examination in organ PLAYING. IN THEORY OF MU- SIC. AND IN GENERAL KNOWLEDGE; AND TO GRANT CERTIFICATES OF FELLOWSHIP AND ASSOCIATESHIP to MEMBERS OF THE GUILD WHO PASS SUCH EXAMINATIONS: TO PRO- VIDE THE MEMBERS WITH OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEETING. FOR THE DISCUSSION OF PRO- FESSIONAL TOPICS. AND TO DO SUCH OTHER LAWFUL THINGS AS ARE INCIDENTAL TO THE PURPOSES OF THE GUILD. ORCHESIS Founded at the University of Wisconsin Installed in 1926 ROSALIE BAYA BEATRICE GALLENTINE ROSEBUD GREER ELEAMOR HAIGHT DOTTIE RAE JENKINS HELEN LINNEMEIER ISABEL TOOTLE RUTH TUCKER ORCHESIS, FROM THE GREEK WORD MEANING TO DANCE, IS COMPOSED OF A GROUP OF GIRLS INTERESTED IN THE DANCE SOLELY FOR ITS BEAUTY AND POWER OF EXPRES- SION. TRYOUTS ARE HELD TWICE A YEAR TO DETERMINE WHETHER GIRLS ARE ELIGI- BLE FOR MEMBERSHIP. FjI TS rA coTwo Famous Visitors at F. S. C. W. ' 32- ' 33 -.y Richard Haliburton Noted Adventurer, Explorer and Author Jose Iturbi A Spanish Pianist, a Genius in the World of Music Roger Babson Internationally Known Financier and Statistician AGNA Enters Dance-mime, of startling originality and technique. W. T. Foster Eminent Economist and Lecturer ROLLO MAITLAND An Artist at the Organ Dr. w. a. Smart Educator and Religious Instructor of Emory 195:3 ■( fc .L.AjTTA ' C KEY KEREY SMITH SOUTHARD WHITTHORNE BIRD HURLIN LYLE EARLE EMMILHAINZ Woman s Athletic Association OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Representative-at-Large Chairman of Intramurals Chairman of Outing Club MARY LOU KEY JULIA SMITH FRANCES WHITTHORNE FRANCES HURLIN BETTY EARLE GRACE KERBY VIRGINIA SOUTHARD SENIOR Junior Sophomore Freshman CLASS MANAGERS GRACE KERBY EVA BYRD ABBIE LYLE MILDRED EMMILHAINZ The WOMAN ' S Athletic Association of the Florida State Col- LEGE FOR Women purposes to promote the spirit of democracy. GOOD sportsmanship. CO-OPERATION AND A HIGH PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY through WHOLESOME RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES. Ir.t. AJT C O AA O BERNICE GALLENTINE Odd Captain Forward Basketball The basketball teams got oil ' to an early start last Se])teiu- I cr holding the initial praitiie almut tlirce weeks alter the 1)6- giiuiing of school. The Odds began (inickly to ronnd ny the old players and the Evens were kejit iiusy scouting around among the freshman class for good material to till the va- cant positions caused by graduation. After several weeks of hard ])ractice class teams were picked and the games among the clnsst ' s played off. In Ihe Hi ' st round of the tournament tlie .Juniors and I ' resh- mcn won llieir games. In the last few nniiutes of play Ihe .Juniors managed lo eke out a . " jioint lead win over the Seniors, scoring 2S to the higher classmen ' s 25; while the Freshmen had little difficulty in downing the Soi)homores . " S-IT. The following week the winning and losing teams met. The Juniors beat the Freshmen . ' !r)-l!», to take lirst place; the Sen- iors came out with the long end of a l. ' 0-r» score against the Sophomores. With class chaniiiionship and class ranking settled the teams began to concentrate on one thing — Odd-Even game on the 24th of November. The week before the game saw the players with nmch to worry about: wondering if their grades were O. K.; trying lo remendier signals, but most important of all — Who was going to play in the (iame? — Because of the weather the spectators were informed even after they had scrambled foi ' good seats on the outside l leach- ers that the game would be played inside. There was a mad scramble from the outside courts to the gym. Visitors, Alum- nae, Students, all ruslied for a seat in the balcony. ODD TEAM: PAYNE, CHASE, BAILEY, GALLENTINE, DeMONTIGNE, MILTON, WILLOURE I t-JLAjTT A ' C i Basketball ccont. ) Husky voices yelled Odd and Even songs. Green and (iold. Red, ruri)le and White. The Odd team was brought to the gym in a wagon jmlled l)y a mule. While the crowd was streaming into the Physical Education building an airplane circled high above dropping little silk parachutes made of Even colors. Somehow or other everyone managed to get in the building. Up in the balcony there was no room to move ; down- stairs there were three lines of spectators crowding against the walls in order not to step on the sidelines. The players took their positions — The whistle blew — The game was on — And it kept on for four periods of fast, exciting and close playing. At no time during the first three quarters was either team more than 3 points ahead of the other. The last quarter was as tense for the gallery as for the players themselves. Two and a half minutes and it was anybody ' s game. Then it was that the Evens tightened down to score 3 goals in quick succession and tuck the game safely away. The final score stood Evens 33, Odds 27. Lineup of The Game Odds (27) — Forwards: Bernice Gallentine and Wilma Mil- ton; Centers: I ' jlinor P;iyne. Ethel Wiljourc, Carolina DeMon- tigne ; Guards : Catherine Chase, Betty Bailey. Evens (33) — Forwards: Eva Byrd, Frances Whittliorne and Terry Gil; Centers: Julia Smith, Edna Beatty ; Guards: Lady Jane Lenders, Janet Griffitts, Ruth Martin. Chosen from this squad as Varsity were : Eva Byrd and E ' ran- ces Whittliorne. forwards ; Julia Smith and Carolina DeMon- tigne, centers ; Catherine Chase and Lady Jane Leuders, guards. EVA BYRD Even Captain Forward wife, ¥ ■■ f y f V- 1 I . ■ ■i Jw J MEfcw.m ' ' — .- .mrv EVEN TEAM: STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: GIL, MA RTIN, SMITH, FOWLER, BEATTY, WHITTHORNE, LUEDERS KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: BYRD, GRIFFITTS. MITCHELL, ATHON, WILKINSON fr,L,A.J Tir jgky COV 0 PAYNE Odd Center GIU Even Forward GRIFFITTS Even Guard CHASE Odd Guard J ) I SMITH Even Center WILLOURE Odd Center FCvAlfT ACOWO 7 I 1 1 WHITTHORNE Even Forward 0 I f ■ MILTON Odd Forward BAILEY Odd Guard LUEDERS Even Guard DeMONTIGNE Odd Center MARTIN Even Guard rX TAfO 0 MO BETTY EARLE Odd Captain Volley Ball Volley ball is fast coming to take as important a place in ])(i]mlai ' c. ' uniius sports as Iiasketball. Every afternoon throngh- «rint tho months of Octolier and November saw large nnmliers of players occupying the new courts — five or six of them were always in use. New and old players freely mixed. Serves were commented on. experimented with, and practiced down to perfection. After a few dirt.v looks, and some serious words of advice those with a tendency for individual star playing were discouraged in their way. Volley ball is a team game. Class games were played early in November. In the first contest the Seniors and the Sophomores won easy victories over their opponents thus meeting for the class championship in the second round. Holding the position that that same group has had since their Freshman year, the Senior class retained their supremacy on the volley ball court winning over the Sophomores l)y a score of 22-7. The Freshmen took their game from the Juniors 44-27. in the losers brackets. Each year the Odd-Even volley ball games draw much in- terest and excitement. At nine o ' clock crowds began to gather around (he courts. Class colors were flying everywhere. Hear- ing a siren, the waiting crowd turned around, and there, draped on all sides of the Tallahassee tire truck, waving the red, white BACK ROW: HURLIN, KERBY, GRADY SECOND ROW: GALLAGHER, WHITFIELD, AUTREY, HALL KNEELING: EARLE i? " L. A Jf WA C O yO Volley Ball (cont.) and purple, eaiiie tlie Otkl teams all ready for fray. The cheer- in;, ' of the Odd supiJorter.s had hardly died down when a dark, dignified looking car drove up to the sidelines. It proved to be none other than the city ' s " Black Ma ria, " which had stopped to unload the Even team. The game was somewhat slowed up due to the wet, slippery field. Players and watchers nerves grew taut as the ball went back and forth for long olleys. Point — Sideout — Point — Side- out. Thus it went on back and forth. Soon after the last quar- ter the Odds, who had maintained a small lead till now, spurted up in their serving and tightened down on volleying to run up their score, while holding the Evens to 14. At the close of the game the score stood 33-li in favor of the red, white and pur- ple. Lineup of The Game Odds (33) — Betty Earle, Captain; Frances Hurlin, Hattie Hall, Virginia Whitfield, Buddy Autrey, Jackie Grady, Rhea Gallacher, Grace Kerby. EvKNs (14) — Carleen Viiial, Captain; Ethel Campbell, Betty Riggs, Marion Miley, Ruth Draper, Betty Meyer, Helen Wood- ward, and Helen Day. Varsity material chosen from these squads were : Buddy Autrey, Betty Earle, Marion Grady, Ruth Draper, Ethel Camp- bell, Hattie Hall, Frances Hurlin, Helen Woodward. .« • ' »- ■ S CARLEEN VINAL Even Captain BACK ROW: DAY, MILEY, RIGGS, VINAL SECOND ROW: WOODWARD, DRAPER, SEMBLER SITTING: H. CAMPBELL, MEYER, E. CAMPBELL !?■ k. A JT T A C O A O GALLAGHER HALL Odd Volley Ball Team l-H KERBY AUTREY GRADY HURUIN t -L. A-iTT ' A ' C CAMPBELL MEYER Even Volley Ball Team WOODWARD fT -»• . •, MILEY DRAPER DAY FIT TAfO Baseball BYRD • _ . PHILLIPS Class niaiiascrs last year had little (lifticulty in ( ' tlinjJT star tieldors to sijjii coiiti-acts. in fact their main ti ' ouhle seenu ' d to consist of too many lielders. to say notiiiiig of too many aspirant pitchers, catchers and first basemen. A large number of players turned out for the diamond call every afternoon. Practice games were fast and heated. Three up — three down. Pretty catches out in the field (occasional fumbles cracli Thus of the bat- it went on are never seen ) . Tlu er — everybody duck, some taking s e r i o u s 1 y, on the side- rare bits of er than which ball, there n i e r no r Soon class ahead. B y arms were ters eyes were fie lders could coming a n y On a Friday Senior nine i o r s. There nings of play Juniors w o n playonthesec- The Sopho- out victors in er with tlie next m o r n- Tn the see- the following S o p honiores trouble in boldin; they themselves thus winning for themselves tlie baseball champion- shi]). The Senior-Freshman game was tiglit, and markeil the day with several instances of good ball |)laying. Time and again the score was tied and the [litchers found themselves in (luite a hole, with bases loaded and no outs. In the tinal inning the seniors took advantage of fielders errors and collected enough runs to come out with the top end of the score. Even Baseball Team -a fast ground- several weeks, their baseball others sitting lines enjoying comedy (otli- in girl ' s base- are none fun- rarer). games loomed now pitching- steady, bat- k e e n, a n d catch the m which way. afternoon the met the Jun- were seven in- before the the right to ond bracket, mores came theii " encount- Freshmi ' M the ing. n d round w e e k, t b e found little ; the .Junior class to four runs while piled up a total of nineteen runs. -» T . BEATTY GEFFCKEN ■= K_.. J DAY KRAMER NORTON HOOPER KELLEY F L.A .Vij Baseball (cont. ) ARNER The Odd-Even game proved the closest contest of all. The pick of the teams were pitted together. On a hot Saturday afternoon about two o ' clock the teams met. Down the on the side of gym, crowds of ered around the swung — l)alls through all the w a r m i n g - u p . umpire called U P " ! Inning of qviick think- ing, hroathtak- h airline put- at their best of the batters, through in the needed hit. The end of the Evens score of 20-18. shown brilliant PARKS emliankment the road to the students gath- field. Bats pitched — going p r e 1 i m i n a r y And then the " B A T T E R after inning ing, fast play- ing slides, and outs. Pitchers fanning thebest Batters coming pinch with the the game saw ahead with a Both teams had pla.ying in pro- HALL viding one of the most hotly contested baseball games in Odd-Even competition. Line-up : EVENS : C. Kramer ; P. Byrd ; 1st, Geffcken ; 2nd Hooper ; 3rd, Archer ; SS, Phillips ; LF, Beatty ; CF, Norton ; RF, Kamiya. ODDS: C, Parks; P. Arner ; 1st, Gallacher ; 2nd, Hall; 3rd, Ferguson; SS, Autrey; LF, Chase; CF, Herring; RF, Steffee. VARSITY: P, Eva Byrd; C, Frances Parks; 1st, Rhea (4allacher and Helen Geffcken ; 2nd, Bessie Hooper; 3rd, Lucile Ferguson; SS, Buddy Autrey ; LF, Elizabeth Norton ; CF, Sophie Herring ; RF, Catherine Chase. CHASE Odd Baseball Team GALLAGHER n ' • S ' 0 HERRING STEFFEE FERGUSON AUTREY f ' l rH i ' O Track NORTON The track meet took place early in May. A list of the events and results RUNNING EVENTS 50-yd. dash: Tackach, freshman, first; Troy, freshman; 60-yd. hurdles: Phillips, senior, first; Buford, senior; 75-yd. dash: Phillips, senior, first; Tackach, freshman; Gallacher, Junior; time: 9 seconds 60-yd. hurdles: PhilMps, senior, first; Buford, senior; Gallacher, junior; time: 9 seconds Relays: Seniors, Juniors, Freshman — Time: 28.1 seconds t. HERRING TACKACH JUMPING EVENTS High Jump: Phillips, senior, first; Troy, freshman; Vaughn, Sophomore. Jump 4 feet 61 2 inches Running Broad: Gallacher, junior, first; Vaughn, sopho- more; Buford, senior. Jump 14 feet 2 inches Standing Broad: Phillips, senior, first; Buford, senior; Hurlin, freshman. Jun)p 7 feet 9 inches THROWING EVENTS Baseball: Hooper, sophomore, first; Norton, sophomore; Herring, freshman. Distance, 185 feet 3 inches Basketball: Hooper, sophomore, first; Herring, freshman; Hu rlin, freshman and Stenstorm, junior, tied. Distance, 84 feet, 41 2 inches Javelin: Phillips, senior, first; Norton, sophomore, Bailey, freshman. Distance, 74 feet Zl ' z inches Discus: Bailey, freshman, first; Byrd, sophomore; Herring, freshman. Distance, 77 feet 1 inch WING I ' ipP s t HOOPER PHILLIPS BAILEY FTTTF i IL TUCKER Swimming The Juniors certainly set the pace for the other ciasses in the third annual swimming meet held In the college last May. They plunged, dived and dashed to a total of 57 points to take first place and win the silver cup awarded each year to the winning class team. The Freshmen came in second with 43, and the seniors and sophomores coflected 25 and 22 points respectively. The records stood thus: 50 yd. Breast Stevens, Tunis, Chase. Crawl for Form Steffee, Lyie. Didinger-Shephard, tie. Back dive Haight, Tucker, Archer. Swan Dive Tootle, Tucker, Bristol. Resting Back Tootle, Didinger, Archer. 50 yd. Back Crawl Tucker, Stevens, Shephard. Optional Dives ,... Haight, Archer, Day. 50 yd. Free style Mathewson, Haight, Shephard-Kerby, tie. Side for form Didinger, Olmstead, L ' Abbe. 25 yd. Free Style Tucker, Steffee, Mathewson. Standiiig front dive Tootle, Autrey, Chase. Plunge for distance Mathewson, Stevens, LyIe. Breast stroke Tootle, Gillies, Mathewson. Jacknife Tucker, Archer, Autrey. Relay Juniors, Freshmen, Sophomores. MATHEWSON STEFFEE STEVENS HAIGHT TOOTLE SHEPHARD FX TAyC HOOPER and DIXON Even Cheer Leaders DeMONTIGNE and AUTREY Odd Cheer Leaders --V % EDNA BEATTY BETH LANCASTER School Tennis Champion HELEN GEFFCKEN FjlaItt ac ' i Even Spirits Even Spirits never die — Them hones ' gwine rise again. Hit ' em in tlie liead an ' linoclv ' em in the eye- Them hones ' gwine rise again. I Ivnow it. indeed I know it, sisters. I know it — Whew — Tliem hones ' gwine vise again. Four Weary Horses Tliere passed fonr weary horses A-draggiug a liearse along, And when we looked inside it There lay the Even team so strong. They were hrnised in mind and spirit, They needed the hands of a friend. But not one touch consoled them, ' Cause their bones won ' t rise again. And now in darker regions, Even Spirits lowly lie. O Gateman, please remind them That their spirits never die. . Sit . £Wr ' - " FX i O ALLEN GUENTNER BYRD KERBY BEATTY SANDERSON AUTREY TOOTLE Life Saving Corps RUTH ALLEN EVA BYRD EDNA BEATTY EVELYN LABBE OFFICERS EXAMINERS President Secretary Instructor Captain Ruth Allen Elizabeth Autrey Edna Beatty Gwendolyn Adair Hazel Adkins Ruth Allen Mable Anderson Willis Anthony Elizabeth Autrey Dorothy Bacon Betty C. Bailey Bonita R. Bailey Elizabeth Barker Margaret Barnum Edna Beatty Mary P. Bell Kathryn Bayer Emilie Bowen Nan Boyd Marion Brantley Nina Braswell Wilma Bristol Anna L. Brown Dorothy Brown Elizabeth Bush Ruth Butler Eva Byrd Charlotte Camero Mary V. Campbe Mary Carson Lilly I. Carter Dorothy Gates Elvera Cepeda Catherine Chase Hazel Clark Nan Clark Lucile Clendenon Frances Conn Margaret Cook Catherine Chase Elizabeth Gillies Helen Day A. Guentner Bernice Gallentine Grace Kerby Evelyn L ' Abbe Emily Lively Genie Mathewson Marjorie Mayer Claire Redfield Julia Smith Virginia Southard Mary Sanderson MEMBERS LIFE SAVING CORPS Mary E. Cooley Paola Copeland Virginia Cowart Lillian Craig Jassamine Crist Lois Daane Esther Daffin Anna M. Daniel Ruth Daniel Mary Lee Davis Ruth M. Davis Helen Day C. De Montigne Mildred Denton Onnie M. DeVane Margaret Dodd Mary Dolive Kathryn Duffy Virginia Dyer Myrtle Eddy Marie Edewaard Dorothy Edward Margaret Edward Mary A. Edwards nBetty Evans llEllis Gladys Lucile Fergueson Frances Frabrick Ruth Fohl Mary S. Fowler Nettie M. Fowler Rhea Gallagher Bernice Gallentin Carolyn Garvin Martha E. Gibson Helen Gilles Dorothy Godman Martha Grant Mary N. Green Rosebud Green Alice Gregg M. Groover A. Guentner Jane Haver Eleanor Haight Frances Hall Jean Hamner Olico Haney Cola Hardee Johny C. Hardee Loin B. Hazel M. Helverston D. Henderson Etta Mae Hill Mace B. Hills Emma Holt Jane Hopkins Sylvia Horner F. Houchard M. Howard Lorraine Hudson Avis Humphreys Frances Hurlin Irena Mamcy Eleanor Irsh Emily Jackson Dorothy Jenkins Crystal Jones eMarguerite Jones Margaret Kader Mary E. Kendall Grace Kerby Mary Lou Key Sara King E. Kirby-Smith Evelyn L ' Abbe E. Lancaster M. Lancaster Martha Lauenborg Elsa Lawson Lillian Leigh M. Lockwood E. J. Leuders Abbie Lyie Loia Lyman Joy Makinson P. Marcallus Anna Markham G. Mathewson Beth Mathis Pearl Matteson C. Maxwell Sarah Maxwell Mrs. C. R. Mayes Nell Mayes Katherine Mayes Mary McCollum Erin McGlynn R. McKinnon Roberta Murrell Jennie R. Nail Margaret Nickle J. McLaughlin Evelyn Maltine C. Melber Karen Miller Evelyn Mills Wilma Milton Mary Mooty Blanche Morgan Patricia O ' Neal Inez Ooton Lois Ostlund Alma Oyama Susen Palmer Clarice Parker Frances Parks Martha Parrish Florence Patterdo Elinor Payne Mary Peterson Bessie Pinkoscn Helen Pittman Mildred Planck Betty Ploeger Dorothy Price Rebecca Price M. C. Redeld Betty Riggs Ernestine Ritter Margaret Roberts Nellie Roberts Nellie Roberts Martha Robertson Hazel Royall George Sanderson Alice Sawyer Alice Saxton Irene Schmeer Helen Schweigart Margaret Selzner Cora Sembler Helen Shaw Ruth Shephard S. Shonenberger J. Skeels Mildred Stewart Isobel Tootle Georgia R. Work Marie Slack Julia Smith iviildred Smoak C. Stenstrom Mildred Stevens Dorothy Stokes Yvonne Stone M. Stoner M. Shorter n E. Stout Sarah Stuart Valarie Stubbs Fay Sumner Dorothy Tait Lorelie Tait Frances Thomas Kate To lbert M. J. Tombaugh Isobel Tootle Olive Towles Ruth Tucker Elizabeth Tunis Mary L. Turner Esther Vickery Carleen Vinal Dorothy Watson Mary L. Watson Floryll Way Betty Weeks Carolyn West Elizabeth White Shiela White F. Whitthorne Eloise Williams Helen Wilson Edna Troy Wing Georgia R. Work h.L.AjTT ' A ' Greer, Lueders, Autrey, Gallacher, Gallentine, Key, Mathewson, Stone Tootle, Allen, Beatty, Bush, Byrd, Hardee, Smith, Whitthorne, Bailey Bowen, Brown, Evans, Ferguson, Haight, Hall, Hurlin, Lovall Aikin, Athon, Beyer, Clark, DeGuenther, Dixon, Dvoskin, Ellis, Farrabee Fowles, Fowler, Helvenston, Laird, Martin, Panowski, Peterson, Tombaugh Physical Education Association OFFICERS ROSE BUD GREER LADY JANE LUEDERS LOUISE SIGMAN President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY Miss Katherine Montgomery Miss Miss Kathleen Callahan Miss Miss Helen Haggerty Marjorie Mayer Josephine Morrison Miss Mary Settle Miss Mildred Stewart Miss Dorothy White Elizabeth Autrey Catherine Chase Rhea Gallacher Bernice Gallentine Ruth Allen Edna Beatty Elizabeth Bush Betty Bailey Emilie Bowen WiLMA Bristol Elizabeth Brown Helen Evans Elizabeth Aikin Caroline Athon Katheryn Beyer JuANiTA Buchanan Dorothy Church Nan Clark Mary De Guenther Alice Dixon STUDENT MEMBERS SENIORS Rose Bud Green Dorothy Jenkins Mary Lou Key JUNIORS Eva Byrd Alice Gregg Cola Hardee SOPHOMORES LuciLE Ferguson Eleanor Haight Frances Hall Frances Hurlin FRESHMEN Tessie Dvoskin Blanche Ellis Carol Farabee Ruth Fowles Eva Fowler Marjorie Helvenston Martha Eugenia Laird Genie Mathewson Virginia Southard Yvonne Stone Isabel Tootle Elizabeth Jane Leuders Julia Smith Frankee Whitthorne Virginia Dyer Mildred Johnson Mildred Lovell Louise Sigman Catherine Takach Edna Troy Wing Ruth Martin Evelyn May Meitin Rose Panowski Mary Ward Peterson Kathleen Summerlin Jane Tombaugh Ella Wynn Tuten Mildred Ward trt. A iiO OVs 0 FACULTY MEMBERS Montgomery Callahan Haggerty Mayer Morrison Stewart White ; MEMBERS Gallacher Menendez Gallentine Milton Grady Parks Green Payne Halght Sheperd Hall Sloan Herring Steffe Hooper Stenstrom Hurlin Teague Kerby Tootle Kramer Tucker L ' Abbe Tunis Lancaster, B. Vaughn Lancaster, M. Vinal Leuders Whitfield Lyie Whitthorne Mathewson Wing GOATS Royall Smith Stevens P ' L.Ajri A C Wearers of the Emblem EMMA SPENCER 1928 " SIMPY " YARBROUGH 1928 BERNICE CONKLIN 1928 MARGARET RICHARDS 1929 BETTY SUHRER 1929 BETTY WOOD 1930 EDNA MATTOX 1930 BETTY BELL 1931 NANCY LUTZ 1931 MARION C. PHILLIPS 1932 DOROTHY ARCHER 1932 HELEN GEFFCKEN 1932 DOROTHY HICKS 1932 BUDDY AUTREY 1933 RHEA GALLAGHER 1933 FX . conaao AN APPRECIATION -f WE, tlie Staff of the Twentictli A ' olunu ' of the Flastacowo, have worked hard and earnestly, hopiii i ' to produce a yearbook that each .student may feel proud to designate as the Annual of her Alma Mater. To those individuals and firms wluj have contributed to the building of this 3 ' ear ' s Flastacowo, we take this opportunity to express our thanks and appreciation. The engTavings throughout lliis l)ook are the result of the eft ' orts and ability of the Soutliei-n Art Engi ' aving Company, of Tampa. Its representative, Mr. Ralph Dillon, has made many valualde suggestions to the Staff ' for what Ave hope is a better annual for the College. The Flastacowo lias ])een ]n ' inted and bound by the Rose Print- ing Company, aiul we believe that their work will speak for it- self. However, it is only fair that much of the credit for the ap- pearance of this voliime be given this company. To Adams ' Studio is due great praise, not onl,y for the service rendered, Itut for the excellent cpiality of work done for, and the real interest exhibited in, the Flastacowo. From Miss Edith West, Chaii-man; Miss Louise Richardson and Mrs. Beatrice AVilliams, The Faculty Committee on tJie Flastacowo, came most of our inspiration and encouragement. Through their understanding came an incentive for better work. Mucli of the art work that ajipears in the Flastacowo was cre- ated as linoleum blocks by several of our students. Of this fact we are .justly proud. W e are indelited io Bill Joubert, Editor of the Florida Alliga- tor, for his invaluable aid in selecting the seven men from the University of Florida, who appear in the feature section. We are geiuiincly grateful to H. Bluestein, of the Vogue, for his interest and cooperation, pai ' ticularly in the feature section. To other members of the faculty, and to students, who have made our task moi ' e pleasant through theii- interest and help, the staff ' offers this ex|)ression of its appi ' eciation. The persons and firms who have advertised in this Flastacowo have proved their support of the ( ' ollege and deserve the patron- age and support of Florida Women. Their ads have aided ma- terially in making this volume possible. And, finally, we oft ' er our eongi-atulations to the newly-elected Editors of the Flastacowo for l!)li4, and sincerely hope that their publication next year will be the best ever. THE STAFF I? " L. A jT TA ' C 0 0 SENIOR DIRECTORY MARY PORTER ALLAN Ft. Lauderdale, Florida B. S. in Sciences Delta Zeta Trail sfori-ed from Ran(1nli)li-Macoii Panliellenic Represeiitative (3, 4); Class Basketball Ci ) ; Social Com- mittee (3); Toix ' linisht (4); Odd Demonstration (4). HAZEL MAE ALLEN Thonotosassa, Florida B.S. in Education MARY LENORE ALTMAN Sopchoppy, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Omicron Pi Phi Alpha Theta NINA ELIZABETH AMBROSE Waldo, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Chi Omega Phi Kappa Phi Psychology Symposium MILLICENT AMSTUTZ Brooksville, Florida A.B. in Commerce Zeta Tau Alpha Paiihellciiic Council (2, 3, 4); Torch Night (1, 3). MARJORIE ANDERSON Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Commerce Sigma Sigma Sigma BONITA RUTH BAILEY Ocala, Florida A. P.. Alpha Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Phi Chi Delta Phi, President (4) Phi Alpha Theta Alpha Chi Alpha Transferred from TJ. of Idaho (2) Mortar Board; Distaff, A.sslstant Editor (3), Editor (4); P ' lambeau staff (3, 4 t; Delegate to P. I. P. A. (3, 4): Life Saving Corps; Senate (4); Writers Club, chairman (3); Poetry Society of America. JESSIE L. BALDWIN Pensacola. Florida B.S. in Education Sigma Kappa I ' orch Night C ): May Day (1); TTsher Committee (2, 3). JULIA FRANCES BALLARD Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Education DOROTHY BALLOWE Eufala, Alabama A.B. in Education Delta Delta Delta Classical Club (4) ; Panhellenic Council (4); Torch Night (1). JEAN BIGHAM Tampa, Florida B.S. in Chemistry Orchestra (1. 2): Hockey, Class Team (2); Basketball, Class Team (2): Life Saving Corps H, 2, 3, 4); Assistant Circulating Manager Flambeau (2, 3); Manager, Class Swimming Team (3). ISABEL BRAINARD Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Latin Eta Sigma Phi Freshman Commission; Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); President of Clas- sical Club (4); Secretary of Eta Sigma Phi (4). AGNES ELIZABETH BRANDON Lake Worth, Florida A.B. In Education Theta Upsilon NINA ELIZABETH BRASWELL Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). ANNE ELIZABETH BRITTAIN Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (3, 4). VIVIAN FLORENCE BROWARD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Alpha Chi Alpha, Treasurer (4) Delegate F.I.P.A. (2, 3); Assistant Business Manager Flastacowo (2); Business Manager Flastocowo (3); Spirogira; Flambeau Staff (1, 2); Senate (2, 3. 4): Class Hockey C2, 3, 4); Odd Hockey (2, 3, 4): Varsity Hockey (2, 3); F Club (2, 3, 4) ' ; Assistant Chairman May Day (2); Assistant Chairman Odd Demon- stration (3) ; Treasurer Senior Class; Odd Treasurer (i): Chair- man Auditing Committee C4 . MARY LOU ANDERSON Monticello, Florida B.S. in Economics Delta Zeta ANNIE BELLE ANTHONY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Education Chi Omega Transferred from Rollins College (2). ELIZABETH ANTHONY Lecanto, Florida A.B. in Education ALMA WILLIS ANTHONY Apalachicola, Florida B.S. in Education Y.W.C.A.; Freshman Caliinet (1); Chairman Finance (4); Executive Cabinet; Torch Night (2). ELIZABETH PARKER AUTREY Kissimmee, Florida B.S. in Education Spirogira; Physical Education As- sociation (T, 2, 3, 4); Freshman Commission; Senate (3, 4); Fresh- man Sponsor (4); F Club (1, 2, 3, 4), president (4); Vice-President Athletic Association (3); National Basketball official (3, 4); Life Sav- ing Corps; Odd Cheerleader (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1); Volleyball: Class (1, 2, 3, 4), Odd (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer: Class (1, 2, 3), Odd (1, 3), Varsity (3); Baseball: Class (1, 3), Odd (1, 3), Varsity (1, 3); Swimming: Class (1, 3), Odd (1, 3); Fealty (3); Odd Demonstration (1, 2, 3, 4); .Junior Minstrel (2, 3); May Day (2, 3); W.I.A.S.G. Convention ' 32. ANNA CAVERLY BOND Tallahassee. Florida A.B. in Education SARAH CAROLINE BONE Gainesville, Florida A.B. in Education Class Volley Ball (3, 4); Class Soc- cer (2); Class Baseball (2, 3); 4 H Club (1, 2, 3, 4); May Day (3); Torch Night (4); Fealty; Senior Play (4). JES- IE ALLYNE BOOTON Marshallville, Georgia B.S. in Education Pi Beta Phi Transf Mred fi-om North Carolina College for Women (2). Panhellenic Representative (3). SADA BOSTICK Quincv, Florida A.B. INES LEE BOTTARI Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta Torch Night (1, 2); Orchestra O. 2, 3); Campus Health Committee (2); Chairman May Day Costumes (2); Chairman Usher Committee (3); Social Committee (31; Senate (3, 4); Chairman Social Committee (i): Life Saving Corps; Secretary Senior Class; Home Economics Club (1), Secretary (2), Vice-President (3), President (4); Chairman Fealty (3). NAN THERESA BOYD Eagle Lake, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Vice-House Chairman (3); House Chairman (4); Lower Court (4 ' ); Home Economics Council (4) ; Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4). VIRGINIA MANN BRYANT Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Transferred from TTniversity of Southern California (3). ALICE BUFORD Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in English Delta Zeta Freshman Commission (1): Torch Night (1, 2); Odd Demonstration (2); Fealty (3). MARTHA EVELYN BULKLEY Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Commerce FLORENCE ARLOA CAMERON Winter Haven, Florida B.M. in P.S.M.; Certificate in Voice Alpha Omicron Pi Sonia (2); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary and Treasurer (4); Or- chestra (3, 4 ' ); May Day (2, 3). MARY FRANCES CAMPBELL Quincy, Florida A.B. in Education ANNIE ANTOINETTE CARLES! Tampa, Florida A.B. in Commerce EMILY MEARS CARLETON Winter Park, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Chi Omega Phi Kappa Phi Student Assistant in Economics (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (1, 2, 4). r kp A JT TA ' C Oa a xO LOUISE ETNA CARPENTER Laurel Hill, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home li;eoii(inii(--s I ' luli (1, 2, ;i. 4). RUTH CARPENTER Orlando, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta Transferrid from Tppcr Iowa Uni- versity Home Economics Club (.3, 4); Cam- pus Health Committee. KATHERINE CARTER Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Chi Omega Village Vamps; ( idd I )i ' m(iristra- tion; Chairman .Innior-Senior l:an- (luet MARTHA CASON Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Education FRANCES CAUSEY Wauchula, Florida A.B. in Psychology; Certificate in Spoken English Alpha Omicron Pi Mav Dav (2); P ' caltv (.3); .Junior Minstrel (3); Torch Night (4); Odd Demonstration (4); Senior Play (4). CORNELIA CAVERLY Tallahassee, Florida B.S. MILDRED GRACE CAWTHON DeFuniak Springs, Florida B.M. in Piano Sigma Kappa ELVERA CEPEDA Holopaw, Florida B. S. in Food and Nutrition Home Economics Club (1, L ' , 3, 4). ELIZABETH K. CERMAK St. Petersburg, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha CATHERINE SULLIVAN CHASE Lakeland, Florida B.S. in Physical Education Kappa Delta Delegate to A.R.C.I.; Varsity: Soc- cer (2, 3), Baseball f3). Basketball (i). Swimming (4); Captain Class Swimming Team (2, 3); Torch Night (4); May Day (2, 3); Or- che . PEARL FREDERICA CHRISTEL Tampa. Florida A.B. in Education MARION LOUISE COFFIN Lake Hamilton, Florida A.B. in Commerce MARY CALL DARBY COLLINS Tallahassee, Florida A.B. Alpha Delta Pi PERFECTA R. COLMENARES Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Beta Sigma, Secretary (4) FLORA M. COMBES Orlando, Florida A.B. Transferred from Ottowa College, Kansas LIVONIA CONGDON Alva, Florida A.B. in Education RUTH CONRADI Manchester, Georgia B.M. in Public School Music; Certificate in Voice Alpha Omicron Pi Glee Club (2) (4): President Clce ( Uib (3); Freshman Commission (1»; P.S.M. Operetta (2); Librarian Glee Club (4). PAOLA CASTANEDO COPELAND Everglades, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Delta Pi Fealty (4); Torch Night (1): Class Swimming Team (3): Panhellenic Delegate (2, 3); Classical Club (3). JOSIA LEE COTTON Tampa, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club; Home Kco nomics Club Treasurer (3). EVELYN J. COVINGTON Lakeland, Florida A.B. in History Alpha Chi Omega Phi Kappa Phi Phi Alpha Theta Beta Pi Theta Torch Ni.sjlil (2). VIVIA CRAIG Dade City, Florida A.B. in Education Kappa Delta Pi Eta Sigma Phi Vice House Chairman (2. 3): llousi ' Chairman (4); Classical Club (2, 3, 4 : Classical Club T eader (4i: Y.W.C.A Finance Committi-e (2, 3, 4). VIRGINIA LEE CRENSHAW Coleman, Florida A.B., B.S. in Education HATTIE RUTH CREWS Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Gamma Delta Glee ' ■hil, (], •2): Panhellenic Del egate (3, 4). EMILY ELIZABETH CROSLAND Punta Gorda, Florida B. M. in Public School Music; Certificate in Voice Transferred from Chicago Musical College Glee Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Librarian of Glee Club V4): Orchestra (3). DOROTHY CULPEPPER Perry, Florida A.B. In Education VIVIAN MARIE DALLETT Miami Beach, florida A.B. in Journalism Alpha Chi Alpha Mortar Board, Historian (4); Sen- ate (4); Flambeau: Editor-in-( hief (4); News Editor (3); Reporter (2): Script Committee .Jimioi- Minstrel ' 3); F.I.P.A. Delegate (3); Y.W. C.A. Executive Cabinet; Co-Chair- man of Finance (3); Y.W.C.A. Fi- nance Committee (2); Delegate to N.C.P.A. (4). ANNA MARGARET DANIEL Lakeland, Florida A.B. Classical Clulj (2, 3, 4); May Dav (2, 3); Life Saver (3, 4). FLORRIE LOCA DAVIS Frostproof, Florida B.S. in Education Theta Upsilon PARKE CABELL DAVIS Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in English Sigma Sigma Sigma Torch Night (1). RUTH DeGRAAF St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Education Kappa Delta Pi MANNIE PENN DEVORE Reddick, Florida B.S. in Education Zoology As,sistant; Class V ollevball (3. 4); Class Soccer (3); Class Baseball (3): Mav Day (2); 4-H Club (3, 4). FRANCES LOUISE DILLARD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. In Education EVELYN DONEGAN Miami, Florida A.B. in Commerce F Club; Class Hockc - (I,:!); Base- ball; Odd and Varsity (1), class (1, 2, 3); May Day (2, 3). OLIVE ANNA DUGGAN Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home l ;c(in(iniics ( ' nuucil C! i ; Sen- ate (4). MARY ELEANOR DUNKLE Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Education BETTY DUNN Daytona Beach, Florida A.B. in English Delta Delta Delta Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Caliinet (1); Flastac iwo Staff (3); Torch Night (3, 4»: odd Demonstration (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (4); Fealtv (3); Senior Plav (4). SARA ELLIS DUNN Daytona Beach, Florida A.B. in French ELIZABETH H. EARLE Sanford, Florida A.B. in Education F. ( " lull (2. ' ■ ' ,, 4l; Rciircsentative at Large of Athletic .Association (4); Campus Health Committee (4t; Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 4-H Club 2, 3, 4); Class Volley Ball (2, 3, 4); Odd Volley Ball (2, 3, 4); Var- sity Volley Ball (3, 4); Class Soccer Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (4) (1, 2, 3); Odd Soccer (2, 3»; Var- sity Soccer (3 . MARY ADAIR EDWARDS Orlando, Florida A.B. Chi Omega Transferred from Saint Mary ' Junior College (3) Class Basket Ball Team C4). LUCILLE ELLENBERG DeFuniak Springs, Florida A.B. I?-L.AJ COAa O MARIAN ELROD Lake Wales, Florida A.B. in Education Chi Omega OLIVE GEORGIANNA ENGEL Key Largo, Florida B.S. in Chemistry German Club (1, 2, 3); Class Hoc-kpy (1); Writers ' Club (2, 3). LOUISE HEARST ENTZIVIINGER Tallahassee, Florida A.B. HELEN GOULD EVERETT St. Augustine, Florida B.S. in Home Economics VIRGINIA FAWLEY Tallahassee, Florida A.B. IRIVIA FEINBERG Quincy, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Delta Phi Epsilon Omicron Nu, President Homo l ' :c-()ii()nii(s Club (1, 2, 3, 4). IDA STRIPLING FENNELL Tallahassee, Florida A.B. Alpha Delta Pi Phi Kappa Phi Beta Pi Theta Eta Sigma Phi ANGELINA ROSE FERRARA Tampa, Florida A.B. in IVIodern Languages Phi Kappa Phi Beta Pi Theta Phi Beta Sigma Writers Club, Ceniian Club. ALVIRDA FORESTER Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Education ESTHER IVIARIE FRANCO Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Beta Sigma Vice-President Phi Beta Sigma (3). FRANCES C. FRIDY Reddick, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha ELEANOR WRIGHT FULLER Miami, Florida A.B. in Psychology RHEA GALLAGHER Port Tampa City, Florida B.S. in Physical Education House Chairman (3, 4); Senate (3, 4): Torch Night (3, 4); Lower Court (4); Odd Demonstration (4); Class Volley Ball (3, 4); Odd Volley Ball (3, 4); Varsity Volley Ball (3): Class Soccer (2, 3); Odd Soccer (2, 3): Track (1, 2, 3); Class Baseball (1, 2, 3): Odd Baseball (1, 2, 3); Varsity Baseball (2, 3); P Club; Life Saving Corps; Y.W.C.A. Fi- nance Committee BERNICE GALLENTINE Daytona Beach, Florida B.S. in Physical Education Freshman Commission; F Club; Or- chestra (1, 2); Class and Odd Base- ball a, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Ba.seball (1, 2); Class Soccer (1); Class Hockey (2); Orchesis, President (4); Life Saving Corps; Torcli Night (], 2, 3, 4); Odd Demonstra- tion {], 2, 3, 4); Campus Health Committee (4); Class Athletic Man- ager (3); Junior Minstrel (3); May Pay (1, 2, 3); Physical Education Association. CAROLYN FRANCES GARVIN Ft. Lauderdale, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MARY ANN GATCH Deland, Florida A.B. Transferred from North Carolina State College for Women. VELNA GEORGE Millville, Florida B.S. in Education ROSALIE MARGUERITE GERACI Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Classical Club. CORNELIA MAE GERBER Pomona, Florida B.S. in Chemistry Phi Kappa Phi THELMA BELLE GILL Deland, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (2, 4). ELIZABETH GILLIES Maitland , Florida B.S. in Education Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Board; Spirogira; Sponsor Freshman Commission ' ; Senate Ju- diciary; Physical Education Associ- ation; Ijife Saving Corps. ALMA LOUISE GILLIS Wauchula, Florida B.S. in Education Kappa Delta Pi Phi Alpha Theta Transferred from George Peabody College for Teachers (1 . LOUISE GOODBREAD Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Eta Sigma Phi Classical Club (1, 2, 3). MARION GRADY Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Class President (1); Secretary of Oolleae Government Association (2); Vice-President of College Gov- ernment Association (3); Glee Club (1, 2); Spirogira; Class Volley Ball Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Odd Volley Ball Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Vol- ley Ball Team (1, 2, 3, 4 ; F Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Athletic Man- ager (2); Odd Volley Ball Captain (2): Class Volley Ball Captain (1, 2, 3, 4); Senate (1. 2, 3); Repre- sentative to W.I.A.S.G. Convention (3). HALLIE CORA GRAHAM Waldo, Florida A.B. Alpha Chi Omega Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4). MARGARET E. GRAMLING Marianna, Florida A.B. in Education MARY GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Alpha Writers ' Club; Flambeau Reporter Exchange Editor of Distaff MARY HELEN GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Modern Languages Pi Beta Phi Phi Kappa Phi Alpha Chi Alpha Beta Pi Theta Mortar Board; Spirogira; Fresh- man Commission; Chairman Sen- ior-Sophomore Breakfast (2); As- sistant Editoi- Flastacowo (2); Edi- tor Flastacowo (3); Usher Commit- tee (3); Senate (3); Senior Repre- sentative to Senate (4); Election.- Committee (3); Nominations Com- mittee (3); Chairman of Corona- tion (4); Torch Night (1, 2). NANCY GRAY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in French Chi Omega Beta Pi Theta ROSE BUD GREER Lake City, Florida B.S. in Education Kappa Delta Treasurer Freshman Class; Fresh- man Cabinet; President of Sopho- more Class; Senior Representative to Judiciary; Spirogira; Orchesis; Cotillon Club; Mortar Board; Class Hockey (2); Torch Night (2, 3, 4); Junior Minstrel (3); May Day (3); President of Physical Education Association (4). ANTOINETTE L. GUENTNER Lake Worth, Florida B.S. in Commerce Transferred from Pi-incipia, St. Louis, Missouri Glee Club (1); Freshman Cabinet; Torch Night (2); Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4), Examiner (4); Freshman Advisor (4); Senate (4); Fire Cap- tain (4); Ijibrary Committee (4); Vice-House Chairman (4); Class Basketball (4). ZOLA MARYAN HAINES Lake Wales, Florida B.S. In Home Economics Transferred from Albert Lee Col- lege, Minnesota Home Economics Club (3, 4). MILDRED ELIZABETH HALL West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. Beta Phi Alpha Panhellenic Council (A). OLIVE RUTH HANEY New Smyrna, Florida A.B. in Education Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4); Class Hockey (3); Class Soccer (3); Y. W.C.A. Finance Committee (2). SUE EVELYN HANSHAW Bagdad, Florida A.B. in Education Sigma Sigma Sigma MINNA HARBESON Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Education FLORENCE FRANCES HARPER Washington, D.C. A.B. Transferred from George Washing- ton University WILHELMINA HEATH La Belle, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Gamma Delta rSTA c O A O VIRGINIA GERTRUDE HECK Miami, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Xi Delta Kappa Delta Pi Yice-House c ' liairman (2): Classical Cliil) (4); Executive Cabinet Y.W. ( ' .A. (4); Chairman of Religious Education (4). DOROTHY BYNUM HENDERSON West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in Education ELEANOR LEE HERBERTSON Ocala, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Chi Delta Phi, Vice-President (4) I ' resident of Poetry Society (4): Writers ' Club; Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (4); Flambeau (1, 2). ANNIE LOIS HICKS Key West, Florida A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta BESSIE EVELYN HINSON Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home lOeonomies ( ' luli EDITH LUCILLE HODSDON Miami, Florida A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta raiiliollenic Ki-iiresentative (3, 4). ETHYL HOLLOWAY Milton, Florida P.. S. in Il(inie I ' jCiinomics EMMA M. HOLT Newberry, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Beta Sigma ELTLA SCHERFFIUS HOPF Pensacola, Florida A.B. in History Beta Phi Alpha Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee FRANCES G. HOUCHARD Largo, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Beta Phi Alpha Home Economics Club; Life Sav- ing Coriis. FRANCES MILDRED HUBERT La Belle, Florida B.M. in Public School Music Sonia (2 ; Glee Club (1, 2, 3). MARIE HUFFMAN Winchester, Tennessee A.B. in Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha Beta Pi Theta Transferreil fnmi Tennessee Col- lege (3) Classical Club. EDNA GERALDINE HUNT Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Home Economics HARRIET DUDLEY ISLEY Hendersonville, North Carolina A.B. in Education Alpha Delta Pi Village Vamps (1, 2, o, 4); Torch Night (1). EDWINA JACKSON Miami, Florida A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta EMILY JACKSON Apopka, Florida B.S. in Education DOTTIE RAE JENKINS Keystone Heights, Florida B.S. in Physical Education Orehesis (2, 3, 4l; Tofeli Niglit (1, 2, 3, 4): Fealty (1, 2, 3); Odd Dem- onstiation (1, 2, 3, 4); May Day (], 2, 3, 4); Life Saving Corps (i, 2, 3, 4); Physical Education Asso- ciation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Fi- nance Committee (2, 3): Junior Minstrel (2, 3, 4); Program Com- mittee (3). ETHEL JONES Century, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Sigma Sigma Sigma Speech Certificate Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (3); Odd Demonstration (2, 3); Senior Play (4). MARGUERITE JONES Orlando, Florida A.B. Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4); Slate Chairman of Fealty (3); Stage Chairman of Odd Demonstration (3); P ' ire Committee (4). ELIZABETH M. KELLEY Gainesville, Florida A.B. in Education GRACE KERBY Miami, Florida B.S. in Chemistry Phi Kappa Phi Senate (4); Class Athletic Manager (4); House Chairman; Chairman Intramurals; President Life Saving Corps (4): Sports Editor Flastocowo 3); Odd Demonstration (3 4)- Torch Night (3, 4); Health Com- mittee; Junior Minstrel (2, 3); Vol- ley Ball: Class (4), Odd (4); Hockey: Class (1, 2, 3), Odd (1, 2 3). Varsity (3); Tennis: Class (1 2 ? ), Odd (3); Baseball: Class (1, 2) ' , Odd (1); Swimming: Class (1 2 3) Odd (1, 2), Vai ' sity (1); Mimesis; F Club MARY LOU KEY Miami, Florida B.S. in Education Alpha Xi Delta Phi Kappa Phi Freshman ( ' al)iiiet; Juiiidr Minstrel O. 2, 3); Odd Demonstration (2, 3, 4); May Day (1, 2, 3); Fealty (3); Torch Night (2, 3, 4); Class Basket- ball (3, 4); Class Hockey (1, 2, 3); Odd Hockey (1, 2, 3); Open Gate Editorial Board (1); Spirogira; Or- ehesis; LiTe Saving Corps; College Song Leader (3); President Junior Class; Mortar Board; President Athletic Association (4). ELVA D. KING De Funiak Springs, Florida B.S. in Home Economics CLARICE KINSLAND Asheville, North Carolina A.B. in Education Alpha Delta Pi HAZEL MINDWELL KIRKHUFF Bradenton, Florida A.B. in History FRANCES LITCHFIELD KNAPP St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Flastacowo Staff ( 1 ) ; I ' lambeau Staff (2, 3); Torch Night (1, 2); Chairman Piogram Committee Odd Demonstration (3); Panhellenic Member. INDIA JOHNSON KUDER Monticello, Florida A.B. in Education Kappa Delta KATE LAMAR West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Gamma Delta Phi Beta Sigma Odd Demonstration (2, 3). MARTHA LAUENBORG West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Xi Delta Phi Kappa Phi Swimming (2, 3). FAY LAWRENCE Pahokee, Florida A.B. in Education Torch Night (4); Speech Depart- ment Play (4). ELSA M. LAWSON Orlando, Florida B.S. Phi Kappa Phi Student Assistant in Chemistry (2, 3, 4); Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4); Class Hockey (I, 2, 3); Odd Hockey (2). LILLIAN LESLIE LEIGH Mobile, Alabama B.S. Kappa Delta EMALY LEWIS Camilla, Georgia A.B. Phi Mu Classical Club H ELEN C. LINNEMEIER Coral Gables, Florida A.B. Alpha Xi Delta Freshman Cabinet; May Day (1, 2, 3); Dance Drama (2, 3); Urchesis (3, 4;; Torch Night (2, 3, 4); Fe- alty (1, 2, 3, 4). KATHLEEN LOUISE LONG Sanford, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Gamma Delta Phi Beta Sigma Odd Demonstration (3, 4); Torch Night (3, 4 ; May Day (3). LOIS MAXINE LYMAN Melbourne, Florida A.B. in Sociology Glee Club; Life Saving Corps. MARJORIE DAY MACKEY Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Commerce Kappa Delta Vice-President Senior Class; Spiro- gira; Chairman New Organizations Committee; Senate; Panhellenic (,3, 4); Usher Commii:tee (3); Assistant Advertising Manager Flastacowo (2); Advertising Manager Flastaco- wo (3) ; Chairman Odd Demonstra- tion (3); Class Hockey (3); Chair- inan May Day (2); Fresliman Com- mission. PHYLLIS MARCELLUS Daytona Beach, Florida B.S. in Chemistry Glee Club (2, 3;; Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (3, 4). EVELYN MARKS St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. in Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Chi Alpha Flambeau Iteporter (3 , Managing Editor (4); Torch Night (3); Clas- sical Club SARA FRANCES MARSHALL Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Journalism Alpha Chi Alpha Mortar Board. Editor (4); Flam- beau lieporter (2j, Copy Editor (3), Associate Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. Ex- ecutive Cabinet (3, 4); l ublicity Chafrman Orchestra (1, 2); Fresh- man Cabinet; Alpha Chi Alpha Sec- retary (4), I .L AjTT ' A ' C DORIS WINNIFRED MARTIN Uaytona Beach, Florida B.M. in Piano Phi Kappa Phi Beta Pi Theta Y.W.C.A. tinance Committee (4). META AGNES IV1ARTIN Oxford, Florida A.B. Campus Healtli Committee (3). GENIE MARIE MATHEWSON Miami, Florida B.S. in Physical Education Alpha Xi Delta Fealty (1, 6 ; Odd JJeiiionstration (.1, i " . i) ' , Class Atliletic Maiiastr {l} ; Class Ji arliameiitanau ,Z) ; treshman Sponsor (3 ; Judiciary (.2, 3;; Chairman Judiciary (i); i ' Club (1, 2, ' i) apirogira; Swim- ming Varsity ( , 2, 3 . PEARL MELISSA MATTESON Eustis, Florida B ,S. in Education Life saving Corps (2, 3, 4). FLORENCE MAE MAURER Tampa, Florida A.B. in History Alpha Xi Delta Transferred from Wilson College Classical Club (4 . CHARLOTTE C. MAXWELL Cocoa, Florida B.S. Freshman Cabinet. RUTH McCOLSKEY Lake City, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Kappa Delta Torch Night (,i, " , 3); Junior iVlin- strel 3 FLORITA McCOMBS Jacksonville, Florida B.M. in Public School Music j merican liuild of CJrgaiiists MILDRED O ' NEAL McCOY Reddick, Florida A.B. in Education Classical Club U, 2, 3, 4); Class Volley Ball (.4). BERNICE McCREDIE Miami, Florida B.S. in Education Alpha XI Delta Phi Alpha Theta Freshman Commission; Represen- tative to Senate (1). MARGARET McDONALD Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Omicron Nu Chairman Campus Health Commit- tee (4) ; Senate C4 ; Campus So- cial Committee (4) ; Odd Demon- stration (3, 4). MARY LOU McGOWAN Quincy, Florida A.B. MARGARET FURRY McGRAW Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Gamma Delta Y.W.C.A. Secretary (2); Y.W.C.A. President (4); Circulation Manager of Distaff (2) ; Secretary of Class (3); Judiciary (4); Senate (2, 3, 4); Keligious Emphasis Week Commit- tee (4); Torch Night (4); Odd Demonstration (2, 3, 4). MARY ALMA McGRIFF High Springs, Florida B.S. in Education DOROTHY CELIA McKETHAN Brooksville, Florida A.B. in History Alpha Delta Pi Transferred from Agnes Scott College MYRA McLEAN Pensacola, Florida A.B. in History Beta Phi Alpha ANN AVERIL McMILLAN Gainesville, Florida B.S. in Education ELEANOR McNEIL West Palm Beach, Florida A.B. in English Alpha Gamma Delta Ii ' i ' eshmuu Commission NELLIE MAY MEEK Fort Meade, Florida B.S. in Education Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4). VIRGINIA A. MIDDLEBROOKS Tallahassee, Florida B.M. in Public School Music Alpha Gamma Delta Glee Club (.1, 2, 3, 4 ; Librarian Olee Club (3j; Secretary Glee Club (2); orchestra (3, 4); Vice-Presi- dent Public School Music Depart- ment (2); Freshman Carnival Com- mittee (,1); May Party (1); Usher Committee !.;! ; Public School Mu- sic Operetta (3 . DOROTHY EVELYN MIDDY Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Biology Flambeau (3); Odd Demonstration (4); Torch Night (.3); Alice in Won- derland (4); Life Saving Corps; Senior Play (.4). NIHLA EVELYN MILLER Florala, Alabama A.B. in Arts and Sciences Beta Pi Theta Phi Beta Sigma Classical Club WILMA MILTON Trenton, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Freshman Commission; Home Eco- nomics Council (2j ; Chairman Jun- ior Minstrel (3); freshman Advis- or (4 ; Judiciary (4); Senior Parlia- mentarian; Senate (3); Hockey Varsity; F Club; Spirogira. CLARA EVA MIXON Jay, Florida B.S. m Education Student Assistant in Zoology (3). MARION KATHLEEN MOORE Miami, Florida A.B. in Arts and Science VALONA E. MOORE Wauchula, Florida A.B. in Education ROBERTA MURRELL Orlando, Florida B.S. in Commerce TERESSA M. MYERS Tallahassee, Florida A.B. SARA MILLER NALL Miami, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Kappa Phi Kappa Delta Pi Beta Pi Theta Freshman Cabinet, Chairman; Freshman Commission; Executive Cabinet Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Sen- ate (1, 2, 4); House Chairman (4); Secretary of Lower Court (4); Torch Night (2); May Day (3); Treasurer of Education Honorary (4). FRANCES MOZELLE NEEL Westville, Florida A.B. in Education Class Volley Ball Team (3, 4); Classical Club. MARY ELOISE NEWMAN Tallahassee, Florida A.B. in Commerce EUNICE CECILE NICHOLSON Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Delta Zeta Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3 1. EVELYN CORNELIA NOBLES Pensacola, Florida A.B. in History Beta Phi Alpha Phi Alpha Theta Phi Kappa Phi ELLEN VICTORIA NYBERG Dania, Florida B.M. in Public School Music Beta Phi Alpha Transferred from Brenau College German Club; Public School Mu- sic Librarian (3); Glee Club (4). PATRICIA O ' NEAL Gainesville, Florida B.S. Delta Delta Delta Freshman Cabinet; Usiier Com- mittee; Society Editor, Flambeau (3). INEZ OOTON Winter Haven, Florida A.B. in Commerce Student Assistant in Library (2, 3, i); Library Committee (3); Life Saving Corps (2). MARGARET DALLAS ORR Miami, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club. RACHEL OWEN Tallahassee, Florida B.M. in Public School Music CLARICE PARKER Tallahassee, Florida B.M. in Violin Sigma Kappa JEANETTE PARKER Samoset, Florida A.B. In Education MARTHA PARRISH Lakeland, Florida A.B. Transferred from Southern Col- lege (2) Odd Demonstration; Junior Min- strel; Junior Month Representa- tive. ELOISE PATTERSON Miami, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Chi Alpha Phi Beta Sigma Business Manager Flambeau (4); Advertising Manager (3i; Circula- tion Department (2); Odd Demon- stration (1, 2, 3, 4); Delegate to N.C.P.A. HELEN PEMBERTON Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Beta Pi Theta Orchestra; Classical Club (1, 2, 3). CHARLINE WELLS PHILBROOK Scottsmoor, Florida B.S. HAZEL MAE PHILLIPS Leesburg, Florida B.S. in Home Economics MARION A. PHILLIPS Tallahassee, Florida B. M. in Public School Music ELIZABETH LEWIS PIERCE Marianna, Florida A.B. in Commerce EVELYN DALE PILKINGTON St. Petersburg, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Alpha Omicron Pi Torch Night (2 ; Orchestra (1, 2). h-.t. AJT C 0 A 0 LUCY POPE Jacksonville, Florida M.ti. in History and Joiii-nalism Pi Beta Phi Phi Alpha Theta Alpha Chi Alpha President College Go ernmeiit As- sociation (4); Judiciary (4); Sen- ate (3), Cliairraan (4); Paiiliellenic Council (3); Secretary Class (2); ' ice-President Class (3); Vice- President Y.W.C.A. (3); Freshman Cabinet: Executive Cabinet Y.W. C.A. (4); Reporter Flambeau (2;; S(jciety Editor (3); Spirogira; Odd Demonstration (2); Junior Min- sti-el (3); Delegate to N.F.S.A. Con- ention (3, 4); Delegate to Blue Kidge (3); Delegate to S.I.A.S.G. (3); Treasurer S.I.A.S.G. (4); Presi- dent W.I.A.S.G. (.4); Mortar Board (4); Torch Night (1. 2, 3). DORIS POST St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. Theta Upsilon RUTH UTLEY PRICE Alva, Florida A.B. Alpha Chi Omega Freshman Cabinet; j? lastacowo Staff (2, 3); Odd Demonstration (2). ANNIE LOUISE REGISTER Panama City, Florida B.S. in Education MARY LUCILE REGISTER Lakeland, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club; Costume Committee ( idd Demonstration (3). SELMA REY REYNOLDS Ocala, Florida B.S. Alpha Gamma Delta FLORENCE E. RHODES Jasper, Florida A.B. in Education GLENDA INEZ RICE Pensacola, hlorida A.B. in English Zeta Tau Alpha Transferred from Southwestern University Fealty (3). VELVA MINTA RICHBOURG Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Nursing Pv.N., i:i:!l, ' aii(lerbilt University J lospital. MARGARET ANN ROACH Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Chi Omega MARGARET ROBERTS Homestead, Florida A.B. Alpha Xi Delta F Club; Odd Team (1, 2, 3); Varsity Basketball (2, 3). NELLIE MAE ROBERTS Bartow, Florida B.S. in Nursing MARION EILEEN ROBERTSON Florida City, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Chairman of Costumes for Junior iVIinstrel (3), MARTHA ROBERTSON Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Mathematics Alpha Chi Omega Freshman CommissKJii ; Toi ' cl Nig ' ht (1); Life Saving Corps (2) Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (3) Campus Social Committee (3) Itepresentative t o Panhellcnic Council (4). MIRIAM JANETTE ROBINSON Tallahassee, Florida A,B. ELIZABETH ROLLINS Dunnellon, Florida A.B. in Education ANGELA LOUISE ROMANO Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education ELIZABETH GENEVRA ROOT Plant City, Florida A.B. in Education Zeta Tau Alpha Flaml)c ' au licpurlcr (4). BARBARA ANN SABISTON Jacksonville, Florida A.B. n Sociology Phi Mu Alpha Chi Alpha Sijirogira; l resliman Cabinet; Open Gate Staff (1); Associate Editor l-Iastacowo (2); Flambeau Staff (1, 2), ivianaging Editor (3); Alpha Chi Alpha Treasurer (3); President (4); Vice-President Sophomore Class; Social Committee (4); Senior Chair- man of Entertainment (4); Vice- President of F.l.P.A. (4); Demon- stration (2, 4); Torch Night (2). MARY LOU SANDERSON Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Botany Theta Upsilon Class Plockey (1); Classical Club (i); Life Saving- Corps (1, 2, 3, 4); Representative at National Life Saving Institute (3); Executive Board (3); Student Assistant Bo- tany (2, 3, 4); Torch Night (1. 2); Fealty (3); Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee (2, 3), Chairman (3); Panhellenic Council (2), Secretary (3), President (4); Poetry Club (3, 4;. VIRGINIA SAUSSEY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. Sigma Sigma Sigma ROSA T. SCAGLIONE Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Beta Sigma ROSABELLE VIVIAN SCHER Palm Beach, Florida A.B. Delta Phi Epsllon ELIZABETH V. SCHlMMEL Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Latin Phi Kappa Phi Eta Sigma Phi Classical Club (j, 2, 3, 4); Vice- President Classical Club (3); Presi- dent li;ta Sigma Phi (4). OPAL SCHOLZ Lake Wales, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Gamma Delta Orchestra, (1, 2, 4); Vice House Chairman (3); Fire Chief of Resi- dence Halls (3); Campus Social Committee (4); Senate (4 . HILDA SCRUGGS Tampa, Florida B.S. in Chemistry SUSIE BIRD SCRUGGS Miccosukee, Florida A.B. in History Theta Upsilon Classical Clul) (1, 2); MILDRED LOUISE SEALS Jacksonville, Florida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Chi Omega Glee Club (3, 4). DOROTHY MARY SEXON Alexandria, Indiana A.B. in Education Phi Kappa Phi Transfer from Ball State Teachers College JESSIE SHAW Quincy, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Delta Pi Transfer from 1-iollins College (3) Panhellenic Rein-esentati ' e (4). MARY ELIZABETH SHELLEY Palatka, Florida B.S. in Commerce Transferred from Notre Dame of IVlarvland (2) Glee Club (2, 3, 4). VIRGIE SHELTON Cocoa, Florida A.B. Beta Phi Alpha Phi Beta Sigma Y.W.C.A. Budget Committee (3); Vice-House Chairman (3). HELEN ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Miami, Florida A.B. in Psychology Zeta Tau Alpha F Club; iMesliman Cmnmission MARGARET SHERRILL Pensacola, Florida A.B. in ooclology Kappa Delta Transferred ironi Kolliiis College ANTOINETTE SHINi-iOLSER Sanford, Florida B.S. in Home Economics ANNIE MERLE SIMMONS Tallahassee, Florida B.M. ALMON SMITH Madison, Florida B.S. in Home Economics JOSEPHINE SMITH High Springs, Florida b.S. In Commerce Y.W.C.. . 1 inaiii;e ( ' unimiltee (3, 4). ROSALIE ELIZABETH SMITH Wauchula, F londa B.S. in Home Economics ALICE SOMERVILLE Orlando, Florida A.B. Phi Kappa Phi Gerinaii Club VIRGINIA SOUTHARD Jacksonville, Florida Alpha Chi Omega B.S. in Physical Education Life bavnig Corps; i ulk iMsuval; uuling Cluij Chairman (3, 4); Torch Nignt (3); Athhtic Board (4), BERYL STEINMEYER I allahassee, F lorida B.M. in Public School Music , inencan (iuild of (Mganisls; Glee Club, Secretary (3), 1 resident (4), Orcneslra (3, 4;; Secretary-Treas- urer i .S.M. Department (3) Odd Demonstration (4). CHRISTINE STENSTROM Miami, Florida B.S. in Education F Club; Class Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Odd Basketball (3); Class Hockey (1, 3, 4); Odd Hockey (i, 3, 4); Cla.ss Baseball (1, 3); Odd Baseball (1). BARBARA STIMMEL St. Augustine, Florida A.B. in Education; Certificate in Organ Sigma Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Eta Sigma Phi Glee Clul); ( ' lassical C " lul), Treas- urer (4); American Guild of tJrgaii- ists. Secretary (4). DOROTHY LVLE STOKES Winter Haven, Flo rida A.B. in Education May Day (2); Class Soccer Team (1, 2, 3); Odd Soccer Team (2;; Class Basketball Team (4); Treas- urer 4 11 Club (4i; Odd Demonstra- tion (4;. FXTaIF Ml YVONNE STONE Fort Myers. Florida B.S. in Physical Education Alpha Xi Delta Class Soccer (1, 2); Class Hockey (3); Physical Jilducation Associa- tion; Life Saving Corps; Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee. SARA KATHERlNp STOVALL Bainbridge. Georgia A.B. in French Transferred from C.S.C.W. KATHRYN STRICKLAND Plant City, Florida A.B. in Education Torch Ni.nlit (li). DOROTHY TAIT Jacksonville, Florida B.IVl. in Public School Music: Teacher ' s Certificate in Piano Phi Kappa Phi Mortar Board; World Friendship Representative of Y.W.C.A. (4), Secretarv (.3); Fresliman Cabinet; Music Editor of Flambeau (2, 3); Orchestra; Glee Club; College As- sembly (2); Fealty (3): Y.W. Ex- ecutive Caliinct (3, 4). LORELIE TAIT Jacksonville, Florida B.M. in Violin: in Public School Music Phi Kappa Phi Mortar Board ' i ' reasurer; Torch Night (1, 2); Fealtv (3); Y.W.C.A. Music Chairman: Finance Commit- tee (2); ProsTiim Committee (4»; Executive Cabinet (3, 4); Concert- meister of Orchestra (4) ; College Ensemble (2); Glee Club. MARIANNA TAYLOR Miami. Florida A.B. MARGARET LOUISE TEAGUE Apalachicola, Florida A.B. in Commerce Sigma Kappa Freshman C a b i n c i: Cliairm.in Commission ; Secretarv Athletic As- sociation (3); Athletic Board (2, 3); F Club: Spirogira; Senate (2, A): Treasurer Sojihomore Class; Odd Treasurer (3): Odd Vollev Ball (2, 4); Odd Hockev (1, 2, 3), Varsity (1, 2, 3); Odd Demonstration (3, 4); President Senior Class; .Junior Min- strel (3). KATHARINE L. THOMPSON Lloyd, Florida B.S. in Commerce CATHERINE E. TOMPKIES Gainesville, Florida A.B. Theta Upsilon Freshman Commission ; Flambeau Staff (2, 3): Camiius Comment on Distaff (3); Assistant Editor of Distaff (3); Student Assistant lii- brarian (1, 2); Classical Club (1). ISABEL TOOTLE Okeechobee, Florida B.S. in Education Physical Education Association; T.ife S.-M ' ing Corps. ANNA ELIZABETH TUNNIS Coral Gables, norida A.B. in Commerce Alpha Chi Omega Phi Kappa Phi Phi Beta Sigma Beta Phi Alpha .tudiciary (4): Treasiu ' cr C.G.A. (4): Executive Council (4); Senate (4); Chairman Point System Committee (4): Junior Class Treasurer (3); Executive Cabinet Y.W.C.A. (3); Freshman Commission; F Club. ALLEAN WATSON TURNER Bristol, Florida B.S. in Home Economics 4 PI Club; Home Economics Club. HELEN TURNER Bradenton, Florida A.B. in Education Alpha Gamma Delta VIRGINIA DALE TYLER Pensacola, Florida A.B. in Education Delta Zeta Ti.irch Night; Odd iJcmonstratifiii ; May Day (3); Social Committee (3). ANNIE MERLE TYNER Laurel Hill, Florida B. S. in Education Home Econonii( s ( lul); 4 H Club. DORIS IRENE VAN SLYKE Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education ISABELLE VanVOORHIS Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Education Phi Mu Phi Beta Sigma Orchesis; Torch Night; Hambeau Reporter (2); Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee MARGARET E. WADDELL Lake Worth, Florida B.S. in Physics Torch Night (3); Mav Dav (3); Y. W.C.A. Finance Committee (3); Junior Minstrel. HELEN LOUISE WALTERS Midway, Florida A.B. in Commerce MARY KATHERINE WARREN Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Mathematics Delta Delta Delta Mortar Board President: Delegate to Mortar Board National Conven- tion; Odd Demonstration; Cotillion Club; Junior Minstrel; President Freshman Class ( ' 21). DORCAS HODGE WATERMAN Sopchoppv, Florida A.B. in Education IDA SYBIL WEINSTEIN St. Augustine, Florida A.B. Delta Phi Epsilon Eta Sigma Phi Clnssical Club. Freshman C nnmis- sion; Glee Club: Campus Plealth Committee; Panhellenic Represen- tativ (3, 4). BETTY WEST Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Home Economics Clnli; Campus Health Committee (3). FRANCES PERT WHEELER Tallahassee, Florida B.S. in Home Economics OLGA BEATRICE WHITE Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Botany Orcheslr;i: Clirislmas I " esti ' al: fJdd Demoiisti at ion : Tureh Night. VIRGINIA REECE WHITFIELD Tallahassee. Florida A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha MABEL WIGHT Palmetto. Florida B.S. VIILDRED ELIZABETH WILFONG Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Kappa Phi Beta Pi Theta, Secretary (4) Student Assistant in Personnel Of- fice (4). CLARA VA ELKE- - WILLIAMS Winchester, Tennessee A.B. in Latin Zeta Tau Alpha Classical Chib; Torch Night ELISE ALTHEA WILLIAMS Tampa, Florida A.B. in Education Beta Phi Alpha History Club KATHRYN WIL LIAMS Hawthorne, Florida A.B. in EdLication Eta Sigma Phi Freshman Coniinissidn ; (Tassical Club: Chairman of House Chairmen (3); Judiciary (3); Senate (3): Es- teren; Student Assistant librarian. REBECCA WILLIAMS Tallahassee, Florida A.B. WILLIE PEARL WILSON Jacksonville, Florida B.M. Pi Beta Phi Transferred from Rollins College (4) American Guild of Organists LORA ALLEN WINNEY Eustis, Florida B.M. in Piano Glee Club (3, 4). LOIS WOLCOTT Lake Wales, Florida B.S. in Biology Y.AV.C.A. Finance Cinnmittee (2, 3). LILLIAN WOOD Jacksonville, Florida A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta MARGARET WOODWARD Tampa, Florida A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha Flambeau Staff; Seeretary of Psy- cliology S, niposium ELAINE WRIGHT Miami, Florida B Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Chi Alpha Freshman Commission; Vice-Presi- dent German Club; Flambeau Staff (3, 4); Feature Editor (4); Busi- ness Manager Distaff (4); Delegate to F.I.P.. . EDITH YEARWOOD Ft. Meade, Florida A.B. in Education MARJORIE JEAN YONGE Pensacola, Florida B.S. in Mathematics Delta Delta Delta AMANDA ELIZABETH YOUNGE Reddick, Florida A.B. in Education Classical Clulj (4). MARY BEAUFORT YONGUE Reddick, Florida B.S. in Education Phi Kappa Phi DOROTHY YOUNG Orlando, Florida B.S. in Home Economics Beta Phi Alpha Home ]Ocon imies Club ROSE ZAUDERER Geneva, Florida A.B. in Education Phi Beta Sigma I ' ri ' Sident of Spanish Honorary (i); German Club (3); ' ice-President (4); Junior Minstrel (3); Campus Health Committee: Classical Club. EUNICE ZIMMERMAN Mulberry. Florida A.B. in Education Theta Upsilon Kappa Delta Pi Phi Alpha Theta Y.W.C.A. Finance Committee i HOUGHTS are things. As a man " think- eth in his heart, so is he. " With his thoughts he builds his own character . . genuine or counterfeit. The constant practice of straight thinking on all subjects creates true character. The thinker leads . . . the unthinking follow Think before you act! " Where Better Thing s Cost Less " Tallahassee Diary of a College Girl, 1932-33 Sept. 15. Back at school and is it raining? Guess there ' s no danger of Tallahassee losing its reputation for being wet and voting .... One of the commission girls thought I was a Freshman and offered to f arry my bags but the mistake dawned on her before Ave left the atrium so I carried the young trunk myself. Such is life ! Sept Ifi. Went over to register and sigQ up and am taking the three subjects I 5wore 1 wouldn ' t. What is this power the friculty has over one? Saw my college sister and everyone I ever tliouglit T know. These Frcslimcn ar(» tlie most sopliistieated bunch I ' ve seen yet. And they are alway? condescendingly taking me for one of themselves. Well, will go to bed and dream of the future. It ' s only thirteen weeks until the Christmas vacation. ' Later ... I have my first blister of the year. It extends all over one heel. Bigger and better than last year. cADAMS STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHS THAT PLEASE Phone 297 Tallahassee, Florida STREET TVTAIh ' MOP sport DRESSES vii i: o onwr COATS - SUITS - HATS For Style Informed Women Afternoon TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Evening DRESSES Phone 78 DRESSES Sf " T 19. The old t i ' iml l)p :iiis a aiii. Am already so busy I can ' t do anything but talk about i(. No time for work. Oct. First time I ' ve had any time for ages. Toreh Night ceremony this afternoon at tiAe thirty. It ' s not such Avonderful weather for cheesecloth. Hope there are no pneumonia patients as a residt. Shall observe from an upstairs window. Later . . . Went off very well. At least no one stepped on a sandspur or anything. Hotel Floridan 150 Rooms European Plan Excellent Dining Room HOTEL FLORIDAN CO., Inc., Lessees J. T. SMITH, JR., Manager DUTCH KITCHEN The Place to Meet for a Good Dinner Home Cooked Foods A La Carte Service Nov. 4. Fealty toiiiii ' lit. I ' m on a commit It ' c and feel very squelched since nothing seems to look right. Tt looks all right to everyone else though so maybe I ' m wrong. Well, next Friday I ' ll be somewhere else. Announced officially Ave get Armistice day as a holiday. Nov. 14. Arrived last night or rather this moi ' ning. A acations are a sure cure for insomnia. No one could sleep on tlie bus and from Avhat I ' ve heard the ti ' ain was no better. My suitcase fell in some tar or rather I set it down in some tar and then set the suitcase on my bed before I discovei ' ed it. AVhat a mess. Have to write a personality interview of someone for this week. May Life Bestow The Cream of All Good Things Upon the Class of 1933 LEON COUNTY cTWILK COMPANY Moore ' s Delicious Ice Cream Our Tenth Annual Expression of Appreciation to the Student Body and Faculty (or Their Faith- fulness and Confidence in this Shop " • VO G U E ... illahassee, florida feminine wearables Nov. 17. Got the interview. Hailed an old colored man and to the evident concern of the passers-by tried to buy his old horse. Anything to get him to talk. Have a grand story. He ' s a better liar than Baron Munchaiisan. Homecoming in Gaines- ville this weekend. California University plays. Nov. 18. Scratching this off Avhile Avaitiiig. " Pro " Avas lifted and so were hats. Bus is coming and all of the girls are already sitting on their suitcases ready to leave. Too bad mine won ' t stand sitting on, my suitcase I mean, Nov. 21. Homecoming was beyond description. Never had so much fun in my life. Everyone was there and if they weren ' t it was just because they couldn ' t get off at the last minute. Bunch of the girls had a ducking party outside the Theta Chi house. The chaperone Avould appear and the couples would duck. And the S. A. E. lion roared. These Tallahassee girls! But the dances were grand. Those boys do get the music and the steps down stTaight. Of course the lake road was driven into ruts and of course several co-eds made the mistake of having early dates Sunday morning ' but otherwise nothing happened .... well, almost nothing. You know how it is . . . There ai-e some things that can only be told to your grandchildren. Nov. 22. Even Demonstration. Cute story, dances, especially dances, and a great send-off for the Evens. Story of an old meany in Greece, Prince Oddios, who stole the niche, a statue of Victory. Of course he then wooed the fair Basquette Ball and tried to lay suspicion on the hero, Even. It all works out and Even, aided by Voll E. Ball, recovers the statue and gets the girl. And was the audience enthusiastic? At least half the audience. . . . the Even half. Later. Even Night Out. Vhat ' s all this talk of peace? I ' ve just been incited to bloody war. May the best team win, and of course we all know which one that will be. Nov. 23. Odd Demonstration. On a cannibal island where Gloria Wynne is held cap- tive. Furious maneuvering and at last success. The Even vidian is carried off to be boiled and eaten as a delicacy, though he looks a little tough even to the cannibals, and The Odd hero rescues the girl and the curtain falls midst general cheer- ing. The Odds do have lungs, one must admit that. Saw the Odd lantern parade. At least that part of it visible from the dormitory. Tomorrow tells the tale. Nov. 24. Home coming. Ground was so wet they played the basketball game in the gym. Split ticket, Odds won the volley ball and the Evens won the basketball. Had a water pageant, pilgrims arriving and meet Indians. Ate so much turkey I am ashamed to even think of seeing one. Lots of fond parents and Alumnae around. They ' ll probably trail into classes tomorrow and observe us at work, or at least ob- serve us. Since the far-gone days when F. S. C. W. was the West Florida Seminary, boasting a mere handful of students, Wilson ' s has striven to fill the needs, gen- eral and specific, of the college girl. Each year has brought new patronage from the ranks of the college. We take this opportunity of expressing our appreciation of your patronage. P. W. WILSON COMPANY Established in 1837 Dec. 3. Flu t ' pitlcinic and rumors of p;ettinii, " out early. Ivumors denied. I was afraid of tliat. Dec. 13. Get out two days early. Leaving- tomorrow at noon. Only hope tlie car doesn ' t break down. ] Tnst wire for money. Well, Merry Christmas ' till we meet aii ' ain next year. Jan. 2. I ' .aek to elasses. Everyone looks the same. Too bad. Jan. 3. Dismissed f(U ' Tnangniration ceremonies. Neg-ro town and tlie college made up most of the crowd. Inangnration ball tonight. Seniors may go and anyone else with an escort and card. All the people of the state who think they ' re something are about and a few others. Also the ai ' my and navy are ])arading the camjms. Well, have no escort so will look in the dining room and watch the dance. BENNETT ' S COLLEGE INN PHARMACY " For Those Who Appreciate Quality, Cleanliness and Efi ' iciency " DuBarry, Dorothy Gray, Helena Rubinstein and Dorothy Perkins Beauty Preparations Visit Our BEAUTY SHOP Tallahassee, Florida University of Florida GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA The University of Florida consists of the following units of instruction : 1. The College of Agriculture — including a. The Agricultural Experiment Station b. The Agricultural Extension Service 2. The College of Arts and Sciences 3. The College of Commerce and Journalism 4. The College of Education 5. The College of Engineering 6. The College of Law 7. The College of Pharmacy 8. The General Extension Division 9. The Graduate School 10. The School of Architecture and Allied Arts 11. The Summer Session Bulletins Sent on Request Address: THE REGISTRAR, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Jan. 3. Did liave an escort so went to tlic 1)m11. Tlie gym was too crowded so we came to the dining room after tlie grand m;iich. Had a bettei- orchestra there anyhow. Guess national guard shoes aren ' t conducive to dancing, my toes got stepped on enough. Jan. 15. Exams next Monday. Must study liut there is a show on today I just can ' t miss. Will study tomorow. Jan. 16 Busy all day. Must liegin studying. I Jan. 19. Only two more days, have to study. Jan. 21. Exams tomorrow. MUST STUDY. Jan. 22. Began exams. Have decided to be philosophical. What good does it do to cram ? Saw a swell show yesterday. I Mar. 4. Couldn ' t cash my check. Haven ' t even got a stamp. Oh, well, others must tnisl me as T woultl them if T had any money. . . . Have had personal Bank Mdratoriums Ijefoi ' e now. Mar. 17. Called off or pos tponed Prom so are having- Tnformals today. Can dance i1h men. Not so much doing. April 7. Senior play, " Symphony in Two Flats. " Real cute. Really two plays in one. One comedy and one almost tragedy. Rehearsals foi ' Junior Minstrel on the way. " Such a hoi ' c! " A la salmon. April 12. Got out at noon today for Easter vacation. Pour days and nearly everyone going somewhere. Only about two liuiuli ' ed and fifty staying and as an in- ducement or consolation they are to have Sunday meals everv day. LEWIS STATE BANK TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA ' S OLDEST BANK Began Business in 1856 INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT Resources Over $3,000,000 NEW WAY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Quality and Service TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA STEYERMAN ' S STYLE SHOP WELCOMES YOU Herschel Johnson Alma Armstrong Jim Parramore April 21. Junior Minsti ' cl. C ' uto, cute. Young man wliilo sliulitly iiicljriatcd afl- vertises for a wife. Applicants, trouble and true love arrive. And did the audience enjoy it? Most of the Prom Dates liad ari-i ( ' d and were numl)ered among those pres- ent. tSee you at tlie Prom tomori-ow. You Can Always Enjoy a Bottle of cm As Sanitary as Sunshine INSPECT OUR PLANT Tallahassee Coca-Cola Bottling Compan) 1010 South Street St. Michael Street TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA April 22. Morning dances, tea dances, Prom. What a day. Everything grand. University ( ' Inbmen orcliestra " hot stiiflf " even at a formal dance. Decorations were Florida style and cleverly done. Everyone enjoyed it, even a few blase Seniors admitting they had a better time than last year. May 0. May Day. Queen and attendants unveiled, so to speak. Pretty dances and grand weather. Makes one remember oidy a feAV weeks ' til graduation. JiTNE 1. Gi ' aduation. Something about it that makes you want to ciy and smile. And so you say not good-bye, but " an revoir. 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