Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

 - Class of 1941

Page 1 of 76

 

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1941 Edition, Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1941 volume:

a Y Q ae S 5 S 5 E 5 5 E I 4 E Z S ii ? S E E ? 5 E 2 m lil ..,..LI- I 1 ....g.Q...4..... J: L21 QI 3.1242 .SQi'Zi".LY3E'i' FEES X"'3T"'Pi7'1f'l2'1-5 1 QHQSSQZE- 5n"'47m'S' 4' Hi'7'q1Vf'I'-wHF5MQf?b'4'if"2'E1"f"E'lIfeET5F?657P52'f5F'5?"?31?1iQn2 M4241 Hiiiiizli ?5?vK5h'W'f7E'f' 'ff'-1 ff' ' 3' ' f i':1,i E E EW fi E 1 S 5 75 E Q fa Q P? 'E ,F E IF E is 5 s s L5 5 E Y Q gl 5 fx 33 E A 'W 1 E S E rr 5 F? if :Q 2 S w 5 21 5 1 W 55 Lf A E ' ' N ' 4' ,, W.- w vux ,H , 1, M D ,M M' W 1,91 smirk .mf K : "ml ,fly Mm, ,, , , ,n A -yi. 1 A X 1 'ik , ,. . +1-,w 1-1:'iw1",',::? , 4 Qffjaxfw f ?9-iff?3,"fLQ 4'21gI5VfFf Q . q 'ww-H" -.-'fsxf r , m , . X , .M ,. . ,N ,Wm . . W, W Y. ,ww 3 ' 'w A"'1','.' 'iful Ni' L, :Vi ' 4 A x -N s, -15, N X nr vm -its ww, all rm, . gu- '-'Aim .1 w M "vw ww U1 M .WI , ' L, , Y, N ww: N .Q n'A15m,L'm' " ',J.w1f.. H ' ,. .'i!f1'Lf N M W-L hr N, A ' ml m u HW ' -'1'-N' , f. :f.1m ,-1, ru w n 1- w .1 r lf " ,M ,, uf. , ffllwgg, 1 ' Jw, . M WLAN .. .hz :iid ,,5Qx51' ,, -N11 iJ1""U . L .'vW. .,, 3 5"-51 " he . . 'Q E P gm 12 Tl.. N. 4 L 'S 9 ' ' 4: 2 . ' 'x QV. .5 J'- I ..r A . I nz: fi F V f. .I- IJ L. C" 1 .rn- v .. lik... 4 ,lv- ,l y .f N... 1 v js, .. 1 Y. ' HQ '1 .Q .gg , . . X1 . ' f"a?g42?5 yi I .gy 3, ,wh-1,. r .,. IW! ,fy , ., 1,- S.. 1.,.. ,. f, . ,Lf ' ,, . .sl 1 , x, " '!JT""' ""f'f '4"5C"'1T"i 5'VW 'f"LW1'1'i'K,f':Yi"' K N, , ...Y . , V. Q 4' .1 ... 1 ,, J-. ,,-., 4' 4-qu n 1 , I 5. m I r 1 ,1...V., Eff 'T '-rl . , or - ,, 7""?""'55Y?74fE. B i 'ww fl ., .. . H Q '- 'lit . ' 1 5 Z V A ' . 1- if . . , , . . ' n , ., Q Q , . W fl . l 4 -, 1 W :X gk.. , V Y C ' .l '15 . ' - . . 1-1 U 'WA ! 32-P w '. , 1 " 'fig F2 Q 4-: ,N ,Agn gq .1-L"X44P3, -. .g f ,j' x X 11 1, . H' . T. .uv . Q . , 1 -. , ' 11-2 .u iff- 4 A - as . N A, 5 I .. 1 1" ' 'lu "1-1 I 1'- I ' ' A 1 l -1 . 1 ' .1 . I 1" f . 3 N 1 . . ' X O 1 T . 'A N A V . W . 1 - .. 1 .. V Ni A .5 ,Q '-If A 'If Z751.l15if.j4jQ A' 1 , YQ. fm. 53.95. R vw,-T, 4- " ."fL.',v , -. l K- 71 N 19 Ai5,.'..,k- f A 5, 'f.C.ai'f? ' E' I-.1 , Z' 4 jr".-'pig .- Ve .. 1-iv "z'5-' ' an , -,-J' if lj +1 ! , -' 4 g f 4 fi , . 1 .wil 1 "4 - ' s 1 ' Q ' - I 5' 'z urls?" , 1 :rf 3 . ,Q.-- nv' . 1 . l 1' ..' Ei? 2 'Q , - X .131 1 . N w ex W, ,L If . . K ' ' 5 . ' U f ., ' .:'1 1. -4 .1- ..x 6 ,wyw-if -, , 1 13' ' 71.".w'2 '- Hv..:'-if" 1 I g1'12a'f Mjz- -.' fi'V"?f'1'f 1' 5. K 1' v.., , V Q. A .. , f ffyyfv. . -. .' .. 1-f .41 ' fig, fi , Q. , II If- 3 ' fl'-'fL,. lx . LW., .1 ii ' f fi L4 f Q.-1. L1-i. - - Y' 1. :D V y: " X' V l . 7 H' " LP.. . . uf ,J . ,Q it-3 ! 'I ' ' mf' ' ' . .,. .. , .- lv : i' MJ. T 1' f i - f 1: 1 1 . 'I iw , i , -1 xlfjgfr. ' . -1 -51 . 1 . .. It - H ' THE UF THE SBHIJDI i FYES HUD EHBS Ex Elihriz if H -1 WH. ...X .A .r "Q . ' V V I ' , 1 'Ek ", rf- V 5 ' ' . ' U ,, rx . -' 3.13 .Q :wi -. 5-' f Q ,xx-1. A 'ff V 13 if X- .:: -'X ..' V 4: x " .-Eff 1 ' 'v ', ' V .N Q , qi, , , f- 4 I f . .11-: .. 1 ity. ' VQ V' V' M C' it 'th' . V, LV 1 V V . f A L L - . .V . . , i ' ,- r " ' , 9, u 'V VV H: ' . X. ff . M 1. .. H ' ' fi' 'Vx g 9.. 'V fx 5 ' . 4.3. :4 , ' E fb f ."A .Q , . . ,,.',, , V V Q44 ' . 'W-Y ' , .'-4, ' 'Vs, ' Q, -4 37' sf ' ,, . f MCT 1 " '- 1.55, V -. W-, V V, V... V. , -6.5.1 -is ' y Hr 1 ' 'M' F' , V V 4, ' . , ' 'Aw - V , 'Q aww, - ., 1. . 5 1 V ,, ,A . V ' , Q inf x Q' 1 ,. . " rr A 'K .3 . if Y, ,V 1 ,. , . , .em . 3 V 1 V . . , ' ' Gspght ' J ii- V A . -' V - 3, ,, ' .4 V, ,ff ,P V yV 1,-t V, "" f- 2 U -1 A 4' I , I .fab 7,3 4-5594, V in-, V I VV . is ,.,. . , ,, V V gg -V: 5 if Ig: , - VV - J" , Q xi-i. xf -'f ' .- 3 Zzfi 1' " V yi . V VV, , - , i" .f if , 4,1 . , ' .im . .- -" ., 1 wr V ,J -z 4 , - - V . - 1.-, . ' . . -'4- V5 .. . ' . ' "lf . W A 9 A ,W V VV Q Va' VV V V . V 1 . , 4 . 'za N V . .. . ,m- ' . , V . " , .vu V? f' i q V V. VQ-,gn J V, 1 , " r ' Q ' 5 x X - :VH 'T - 1 ' ,ff .V pdf' . ' , . at ' L""1'.7j5"' A . 1 " P + I V1 5. -f ' . . . 6, VV , 'I - 3 . 5 , 'A V V . a ff fe - ..,- ' X f-fx ' ' . nh V L ,GU Hg! ' - T ' sf . -'.vfWH Fil - .. ,, 1 X 'L "W" ' 1 1115 - " ' bw .V 'I f 1' -. w -'Hifi 1 ga "' V, - ' I I- MV. . 4-z 1 l, rg 5 , Q 3,3 .1 ,A - V V N , . . . X . .-L1 le 1 J?-4 1-.' 7' 1923- 1' ' - ,A -fin . . 19 LPI '- ' f21'..11f ' K-1 'Q '1L"4':f! , W '5 :WI-.f ' " 4. n 1 ,.,rg1V I . V . Klum? 'K V . ' ' Q K, , A4 '.E V' in .V 'V M . 4 . Va VV V ' 1 TL fm-V 2 475915 ' ' . . .4 tw? ' ZW? v "i' ., V. -1 ' WE' AL,LfEf"'f., ' 1 Q K' ' '1.'5'iq:' V fm" l'5'W Q ,.,1 , , 5 M, AV-: I ra-V.W,4: H :rf '. : . - '? " A ...' -L-. 1 i lg V ..H.-V -lvzi 1' 1 . -. - ' -1" ' --.' Y" , V K A -',1-We-,V , ' . in , , "3 . Iv "-'- 1 -A wi., V' V, . . . -6 V QV .1 ,- - -' , 'F' ., X ,-Q V u " 'I -1 1 ' ' ' 'X' . ' -F' ,g ' L, 9.2 mv- A - 1 KHLEIDUSEUP UF FDBELUDBD tn this Kaleidoscope ot 1941 We endeavor to oast a spotlight on our sohoot hte. We hope the ourtatns ot its stage have opened to reveal to you as rnuoh ot its riohness as it has to us. 1 STEIBBIIIB -Pho to Courtesy of Lovemans Stud THE BIGGEST' BOX OFFICE A'l"I'RAC'l'lON. OUR FAVORITIC STAR AND S'l'ARLE'l', MRS. M. O. CLARK AND BABY SON 'l'O XVHOM WE LOVINGLY IIEIJICATE THIS VOLUME Ol" THE KALEIDOSCOPE The Board of CCHSOYS THE FACULTY IXIISS .XRN.XCINfPrinciipaI IRICNCZII. I. X I IX. SI' XNISII MISS DUI"I"YfI'rim'ip:1I IIIS IURY MISS HI-XSKINS 141Nc.1,lsll MISS McC1.'XI.I,IE FRICXCII I, lLIi0tLR,XI'I'IY MISS D.XNIIiI,S lux I IN MRS. KENT 1'lNGl,ISII, mo1,ouY C55 MISS NORMAN xm I IIICNIXI lm MRS. IH-UVXVII,I, I. X l IN MISS WIIITAKER 1lls'l'oRY. KLIIICNIISI lu' MISS ClHRIS'l'l.XNS lfxcaylsll MISS 'IUCIKIER Nl.XIIIl'1Nl.XIIlIS MRS. CRAIG C1.Xl'li 1'1cRl,x ,mn i OMPLE TE CLAUE5 INFLUDE 59" MPAA STAP.mNe T HELEN BOGA X W3 tff cziik , Em ,555 I - Q Ll Q ' i my kj , se 'ell x Q 'ivy J f,.,jX..., - j V S e n i o r s BETTY AVERY "Ave" to some . . . good-natured and witty . . . pleas- antly plump . . . keynote to her character, romance . . . fine scholastic record her six years here . . . indispensable aid on the Annual Board . . . famous collector of "two cents" . . . Sweetbriar preferred . . . they'll like her, too. LOUISE BISHOP Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . good figure . . .particular concern in one of the opposite sex . . . good-natured . . . good student . . . plays basketball well . . . famous for her exasperating remarks, especially in geometry . . . sweet i disposition . . . leans toward U. C. HELEN BOGART President of the Senior Class . . . efficient and capable . . . slight objection to the nickname, "Hel" . . . good sport . . . prefers arguments . . . remarkable rapidity of tongue . . . member of the Glee Club . . . extraordinary memory . . fun to be with . . . mind of her own. ' ELIZABETH BRADLEY Known to all as "Brad" . . . Red Cross president . . . lives up to her title, "best-natured" . . . hard worker and a good student . . . friendly and interesting . . . rather plump . . . laughing blue eyes . . . pug-nose . . . never discouraged Iv. all friends and no enemies. C85 --1' ri i 1 I ee ee Nil Seniors MARY VIRGINIA CAMPBELL "Gin" to her many friends . . . petite, dark type of beauty . . . dependable in her school work . . . McCallie rooter . . . interested in athletics . . . fine school spirit . . . famous for her house parties. BETTY CARBAUGH A pleasant smile and pleasing ways . . . wins many friends . . . abundant personality . . . famed for her dra- matic ability . . . member of the Dramatic and Glee Clubs . . .pet fights with her chemical cousin, Miss Whitaker . . . favors a co-ed college, perhaps Duke. M ILDRED CAROTHERS Contagious laugh . . . Ideal Girl . . . dramatically in- clined . . . ambitious in every field she enters . . . enthusi- astic over life . . . Geometry scholar . . . interested in being a "doc" . . . trustworthy and original . . . friend of the Baylor football team . . . honored with Scholarship. MARTHA GAMBILL Better known as "Bon" . . . famed for "taboo" and "locking horns" . . . mainstay of the Glee Club . . . operatic inclinations . . . "Wilhur's friend Mortimer" . . . Geometry Einstein, Chemistry fiend . . . Mrs. Kenfnibet . . . loved by all, especially one. 41 195 A ' E' l Mi 611.iOI'S GENE GRAHAM A real' Hollywood Hedy . . . good all-around student . . . unconventional to the right degree . . . McCallie dor- mitory venus . . . prefers red-heads . . . furnished gossip for the "Static" her Sophomore year . . . always generous and fun to be with . . . "Precious things come in little packages." MARY FISKE HASKINS Our "Most Attractive," top-notch student . . . beauti- ful blonde locks . . . easily recognized by her money box . . . sweet, conservative and thoughtful . . . indifferent atttiude towards the stronger sex . . . due great success i in life . . . plans to enter Sweetbriar next fall. KATHERINE HOWELL ' Serious-tninded and sedate member of our class . . . always obliging . . . orange juice at recess for reducing . . . almost succeeded in blowing up the lab . . . beautiful hands . . . member of the Glee Club in her Senior year . . . will be missed next fall. HILDA HUDE Regal and pretty . . . a beautiful May Queen . . . in- dispensable member of the Glee Club . . . member of the "quartet" . . . expects to continue her work in a higher institution of learning, Davidson preferred. C105 i A P Y 9 . --'I J 'J ll X H'-S .Hill f t at x A e Good-natured . . . timid . . . on the Annual Board . . . adorable smile . . . Brad's seatmate . . . love of Texas . . . guard in Basketball . . . pretty teeth . . . cute-looking . . . artistic ability . . . interest in Chemistry . . . will probably go to T. S. C. W. next fall. Full of fun . . . Basketball forward . . .Varsity of '40 and '41 . . . good figure . . . Baylor football sponsor . . . love for McCallie . . . president of the Dramatic Club . . .wonderful eyes . . . good actress . . . will of her own. Dancing ability . . . will be missed at May Day . . . in the Glee Club . . . good intellect . . . geometric mind . . . Washington and Lee sponsor . . . six-year girl . . . expects to be a co-ed at our own University here next fall . . . bound for success. Good-looking and stubborn . . . jump center in Basket- ball . . . Varsity . . . beautiful hair . . . reducing diet . . . smart as a whip . . . alto in the Glee Club . . . letters, bracelets, and lockets . . . cramming ability . . . prospect for Agnes Scott. eniors 1 HELEN JARNAGIN ANITA LYNCH JANE MCINTOSH NANCY MOSES cm 9 xt T0 ',.- J I fl I --1 L . rx n. 1 " S e n i o r s ELIZABETH NIXON Presenting our "wittiest" . . . cute, little, and good- natured . . . "Lib" . . . born actress . . . member of the Dramatic Club . . . indispensable to Miss Tucker as a stage hand . . . noted for ber many wrecks . . . wizard in Geom- etry . . . Basketball star . . . "heart of gold." SARAH TEMPLE Striking brunette . . . dancing black eyes . . . full of expression and enthusiasm . . . one of our most outstand- ing . . . "Maid of Honor" . . . Editor of the Kaleidoscope . . . peppy Basketball star . . . popular with both sexes . . . headed for Sweetbriar . . . she'll do well anywhere. CAROLINE WINN Dreamy blue eyes and brown hair . . . belle of Mc- Callie dances . . . inclined to be talkative . . . indifferent . . . "I'm-not-much-worried" mood . . . romantic?-yes . . . winsome expression , . . undecided air with a motto: "Put off as long as possible." PHYLLIS BROWN qlrregularj Red-haired charmer . . . famous for ber naive remarks . . . the talented pianist of our class . . . member of the Glee Club . . . original and entertaining with a sense of humor . . . will always get fun out of life or die in the attempt. U25 TJ' f' 5 5 "fm 1? ,, ,ffafoafm CARTER Ogsafgzgf NX r I f ' ..-,A 'I ,.- N . ur i in l.1I11OI'S BETTY BLANE JEAN CARTER -IANE czluzws EVELYN DAVENPOR1' MARY CLAIRE DORSCHEIIJ VIRGINIA FRAZIER CHARLOTTE GOREE MARY DAVID HOUSTON BETH LODGE I 4145 ' uv' 4 ,J 'FW V 0 0 Q ,, ' . II Q Il "Wwv-:f2-HfX1- L xXiAj'kmk uniors CAROLINE MORRISON ANNIE KATHERINE PHILLIPS MARILYN QUINN JUSTINE ROBINSON BARBARA THARPE EMILY THOMPSON BETTY YVINGER ELIZABETH WOODWARD C155 V -1-rv' -r P 1 v ',.-. Y x Qx 0 4 'a I. m 4 Q23 I 4 If .1 r I w I 1 4 L l A ,. Irregular Jun iors LIZZIE LEE ALLISON BETTY JOY AUSTIN MAXINE BLOCK KATHERINE BUFFON KATHERINE CAMPBELL BETTY COLETTE DOROTHY DAVIS ANN HIRSHEIMER EMILY joNEs U57 TUNIT1HHHFS'iTTTIMTiTFKW'KFFIWfTUFT'NTiT7TNT' W ELEEQ 3f'Tf7W", lwuzws , ,fl UMNO! ITIQIKIG CFlPxTlI'lHOUPx LEADING LADY OF M757 vw sqfazm P 1 ' ' , X s . Q x! 9 ,J 0 'F Ak sophomores cw DUCKY ANDERSON ROSE ANDREWS V BARBARA BOYD MARIANNE BROCK L BETTY CAROTHERS MARIE CARTINHOUR MARY LYNN CHAPIN MARY COGHLAN L GENE CONNELL FRANCES CROWELL fx, T25 "T" . " J fo-f' Boo -A xl' I JESSE EVANS MARJORIE FOX BETTY HANCOCK IRENE HARKINS ELIZABETH HARRIS MARTHA 1'HYLLxs HUDE JANE JAcoBs ELIZABETH JONES HELEN MCDONALD sophomores JEAN HILL V U99 7 1 r Q 7 0 . ' ' F--K 111 lrfi, A Q " 'fx M II sophomores E C205 ANNE MCKINNEY SARA MILLIGAN FRANCES OEH MIG AUGUSTA PATTEN SYLVIA QUINN ROBERTINE ROBERTS MARILYN SMITH V KATHERINE STREET HILDA TABER DOROTHY TEMPLE BECKY TRAIN Q jf? MARY KATHERINE smsru ,,, 'mf WWW was A, 'Q f SP " , v Q.- W I M I . A ,--v:' E Drk vm i229 FI'CSl'1II1CI1 EMILY JANE BELL JUDITH BRALY MARTHA BROOKS BUBBLES CONNELL MARY HILLS DIVINE DABNEY FRIERSON HELEN HAMPTON PEGGY HARRIS NANCY HILL JEAN LAND MADDIN LUPTON MARTHA MCDONALD MARCIA MANSON --A ., , - -'aix ""' Up A ' xl FI'CShII1CI1 ANNE MATHES BARBARA MOORE KITTY OEHMIG SUE PERSINGER MARY KATHERINE SMITH MARIAN SPEARMAN ANNE TEMPLETON HARDIE THARPE BECKY THATCHER TILDA THOMAS JANE TOLLEY ANNE wooDwARD C233 -x , o E I h . -Wjilrz L. I A fy" . .-- 9 'J I - 1 :ALI HA-EJ'31I Irregular sophomores , ,, and Freshmen , r.,V ' GWENDOLYN AUSTIN . SARAH ANNE BRYAN Z SARA LEE BUCHANAN BLANCHE DODDS MARILYN MILLER JANET PATTEN ,L , bququla ' JEAN TANKESLEY . .... ...... L ORRAINE BLOCK BETTIE BUFFON 1 ' f ANNE HALL 2 4 ' A LOLANNE HARRIS X IW f ,. ,. A M - ,. -5252 ' I M L ' A A ' BONNIE JQHNSON il W I MARGARET WILLINGHAM 4247 gm WK W' g cfu1ff5f0M'zf 5 , , f'f"I"" ' I I XJ AK V I .M I I ",' n I I ,, "-- 1 A .I if f 'I . , I '3-yg fi, I A I ' Q I - 2 t N 2 , I .H I D I J I lug 'Si' I U -3 - '.,, -up-un.-f M- 'A 'L U I H U I I l I l we ' a ffix V A , I I . . x I - 7 ff 2 ,D , 'Usvnf' iv ' C265 Eighth Grade BETTY BENNETT ALICE BOGART MARY EDNA BUCHANAN ELEANOR CALDWELL GLORIA CHAMPION LOUISE CURREY MARTHA MARIE DETTOR MARILYN GAMBLE ZOLA AIMEE GARRISON ELAINE GLEASON SYLVIA HODES JOANNE JOHNSON PEGGY JORDAN , 'ff-K .well E A Eighth Grade ELIZABETH LAND LUCILE MANSFIELD JANE MILLARD PATIENCE PLACE ALICE PROBASCO GLORIA REIF BETTY ROANE EMMA LOCKERT ROGERS MARY ANN TABER ANN YVILLIAMS RUTH WILLIAMS ETHEL BRYAN flrregularj 1 C275 6 P u . F, Il l , CQ J AR -'K E J' PM ,xx I an K 4'3" 'ZW - , N"""Wz. ' . 2'1" 5.11, ,,. C235 Seventh Grade BETTY ARNOLD MARGARET ANN BAGLEY ALMA KATHERINE BANKS EMILY BYINGTON NANCY CARTER DORRIS CHAPIN MAI BELL CONLEY IRENE CONNELLY MARY PAYNE FOWLE MARTHA LEE HAGGARD MARIANN JACOBS NORVELL JONES CAROL KING fu k " Seventh Grade EWING MCALLESTER BETSY MCDONALD ALICE MILTON W, L CAROLINE MURPHY 9 I 1 BETTY OEHMIG I ,I I : ELIZABETH PATTERSON . A L. , ,w,dQ3,Lm5 5 L 4. KVM I -. j '-. I ' I A MARY RAWLINGS ' 2 C .. - .I:', .R - A BELLE STAMPER Vlv, MARTHA STANSBURY A I A A L1 7 ,G I K :nnnzzzf , ' ' , 1 , y I NANCY TINDELL 5 4' T, , MARIANNE WILLIAMS A B' M if . ., Wifi? PATTY woon Q 3 1 BETTY WRIGHT C295 9 K 0 ji-nv-, 1 X x l. Horscplay-Pardon us, Ethel!! 2. Good housewives for tl1c,fu1urc. fi. Don'1 bc clcccivccl I thc frutctlics. SIICCZIIIgl'I2l1'Olllld. 4. A good beginning. Bc-llcr luck, ncxl lilllkk 5. XVln-us than Ifiglllil Grade CIllhllSi1lSlIl? 6. Look Olll, upper flzxsscs, lu-rc coinc thc ciliznnps. C303 4 . f-.L lv ' 'F"w "V"f'W'r'f" K' -- " 5A.,,,1'L' wg J' r- 'W-' '-,g'3'.'- Y SL I 11 X53 1 'uni Q- W A XZ' I. Scnim' 'Tczlln-CIhzlmpions for lhrcc years. 2. Iunim' 'IQCZUII-Clllllllill Crews inspires hcl' la-:nn 3. 'l'hc crowd roars. Al. The high and mighty nllicizlls. 5. Sopllomorc'l'ean1-lcdbyall-'roll sport Kihnpin. ti. 1'!l'ChlllllL'Il vlsC2llIl-COIIIICH ul thc hclm. C333 ilu mx o , ,',,.. 1 I Clrmmiiylnokiiig illll1f'il to bc' thc' champs! 2. .X lc-nsc moment in thc gnmc. 3. Glamorous Nw. own mi thc lxlskcllmzill iloor. I. CZITICI' and .lilfllllgill wrcslla' for thc bull. 5. Miss NVhil- 'r mluu-s an high jump by 'l'l1:1rpc :mal Lyllfil. li. XVCII-l'2lTllCLi lcisurc. 7. Surprised. Linic? 1347 A I wi--f Q, . . vgu.. ,aka 9 f 0 I A7 ,, Y, 4 .,., WW., .. Y in , x, 4, - MMMWW ...A ' 555 ?,5.1q,N , N ,3g,fUrfwf Hulhuunsww . X 3 weitlnmw---.-. " i K qw- f . ..?. at M X dm M lfiatmt t , flf 5 iff as . hop!-it S Hy ,i!. NATCHEZ-NIQW ORLEANS TOUR XVC know this isn't at sport but il was lots of fun anyway. l. Little Margaret and her Nffllllllly. 2. Mary Virginia, one of the hostcsscs. 3. hlizubcth, Patty, and Betty on thc utpitol steps at Baton Rouge. 4. Mount Repose. 5. View from the top of the capitol at Baton Rouge. 6. Margaret Ann and Betty at Rcvcnna. 4355 GOLF AETI VITIES - COURTESY DF WALT DISNEY if -H, ,WA ' U N-ee WJ M f!1k15kwgJ57Qif1 gH 1gKw X 9 Ilflllal BOHI' 11K'1l'Il .111111111g111. -X11 I',l1l1U1. 111111 Hillllltllllll 111 111111 11lAlll'X. X1.IlN Ilnkn- 11.1sL111x, l111s1111n N1.111.1h11. 1111111111111 111 111lN 11111 111111i1111111111111 I111111111liu11. 81111111 1l'lllIh1l'. 11111111.11 Sllll' 1lL1llt11L'l 111 l111' l1lNl, N111111111 lI11111l111'1x M xis1.111I 1'111l1v1,111111g1'111'1g11 1111ll1xN 1111 1111. 15l'llX Xxmx, Xsxixl.1111 15lIN1lll'SS N11lI1llgCl. 111111 841111111 lfllmlx XII1Xl 11111 11114 muk. 138 s l' X e fe i Static Board These eight, Maxine, Carter, Justine, Caroline. Elizabeth, Emily, Barbara, and Betty, have labored long and arcluously throughout the year to edit our school paper, the "Static" C395 Ok 0 1 'iq QE? igwx ! in X s, -11.1 Library Club 'l'hc-sv frcslnm-n lihrnrizms arc of gre-:ll assistancc lo Miss Christian: and through their own 0 forts Ihvy am' irlclwzlsillg Ihvir knmvlcfdgcr ol' thc- hook world. cw: .'A M Q W-..,, JI'E9lilClllC r a m a t 1 c lu ln ".-Klwaivs 'Iell thc Truth." the play presented hy the seven nleinhers of this club. inpluding Anita Lynch., . in 'xlllSUI1.Sl't'l'L'l2ll'XI Mildred Carruthers, Maxine liloek. ilhzirlotle Goree. llellv llztrhauglt. and Lizzie Nixon. ll Hirsheitner, Mary Virginia Cznnphell, Martha Gznnliill. und june lN'l4'Intosh, proved to be one of the d Of course. Miss Tucker was ever present to direct. Lizzie Nixon and Anita Lynch Jayroll for being the best stagehands we've ever had. C413 l. . A :aided hy ,Xn hesl plays ever presenle . might even he put on the G. P. S. I H , "-- lk 'As 'W W ie Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair 3y gigs iii A fi STPLPHEN FOSTEII HIGH IN U Andante uiodvrato 3:..,'I1E?T.,,,...,...A.,..,..,.. , ,-.c.,.,.c,.,m I W W t7f'f'f'f'5T:.1'.g n'M" ' 'Ol UPI I tirmni of .le-an with tlzzf -t 4 i 'Q' . fi O gift 5-yy hz. ' 17 ii , ,t rgu L J , as-if X on the sum-merztir' I we '1 -A-fm--Mast'-f Copyright MCMXL by Amcicu Music Publishing: Cu ,lnv., New York Cnty Made in U S A, Glee Club The largest and one ol' the best Glee Clubs that has ever been in C. P. S. was very much in demand this past year by churches, clubs, Baylor and McCallie. VVith Shirley Christian as the talented director Louise Bishop as president and Anne lVoodward as pianist, we feel that this has been a most successful year. 1427 PERLATIVE U 1 0' W lx K l MILIJRICD C.-XROTHICRS GR.-Klli McllfXl.l.lI'1 SCI IOIUXRSIIII' ex. 5 fs a n gd HILDA H UDE MAY QUEEN KX, .vw . kj 2 SARAH 'l'ENIl'I.E Xl.XIl? m- lmxuk n 0 ' 9 .ilqii Z Qi is 'W MA-XRY FISKIQ H.-XSKINS Mos: .xl'l1uc1llx'la GK f p-- ODA MASH ELIZABETH BRADI EY BEST NAT IV Il Q Z ELIZABETH NIXON w1TT11asT ev X ' , ,-1 , . 3? QQ2?-rgwkw F" Supporting Cast 5.44" Qian-fxm Hn. ,..-,W...,x?-.. . I. R1'lLlXl'l'5 . . . Righl Zlllillll I z11'c'. 2. lizlllwillzls .... Xclclrcss nut unknown. fi. Slllllk Study with :my HIIIUIL lllflillllllll' would hL'2l5ll1ll'll. -I. Nlolurisls , . . lfzlvmxilc' IHIIIQIHIIS. v lim lillfmrx . . . xl0l'lIllIl'l' :mal XXlllm1'. tm. C-ullrllltls. . . lllill 1'c'1'css l'1'lJ2lSl always vnluyccl lux l xmh :nml .Xxcz ,393 . 0 l I NAT EHR? WN Skifx e f A A at ft Gentlemen., the Kink First Prize "The world is so full of a number of things," once marveled an earnest bard. Today we smile at his astonishment. Poor fellow! If his small orbit seemed full fifty years ago, then ours is surely bursting its seams! VVhat would this poet of the past say of our incredible assortment of "things" of Today? False linger-nails and foundation garments, Coco-Cola and China Clippers, vitamin pills and vaccinations, technicolor and Toddle Houses! Everything new! Everything exciting! Among these modern marvels, however, is there nothing with which he would be familiar? By all means! Rolling down through tl1e centuries like the waves of a mighty ocean, yet rolling not across water, but over the waves of all womankind, one small object retains the same im- portance today that it held five hundred years ago--even our puzzled poet would recognize the Curler! This small contrivance has been inherited by women since time immemorial, growing in power as it increased in age, until now we find that the Curler is the very backbone of civiliza- tion. Acknowledging that the Curler is the real power behind the fairer sex, and that this sex is the original "power behind the throne," we reach the conclusion that the Curler reigns as the supreme ruler of the world. Not only hoary with age, but unequaled in utility, is this marvelous device. For woman's crowning glory is not her hair, but her curls. Some women are born with curls fa fewj, some achieve curls f99'721j, but none have curls thrust upon them. Since the majority must achieve their beauty, the demand for the Curler is astounding. Age is, indeed, the most remarkable feature of this contrivance. It stands out through the history of the world as the accompaniment of each civilization. Bas-relief in the pyramids in- dicates that it was quite "The Thing" for milady of the Nile to enhance her dusky beauty with hundreds of tiny curls. Almost every Greek and Roman femina had her share of the glamorous ringlets. From France, Madame DuBarry and Madame Pompadour shine forth proud possessors of most elaborate curl-dos. Queen Elizabeth of England boasted no less than eighty wigs of red curls. Indeed, the Curler has won world wide and immortal recognition. Looking over the women of Today we can easily recognize the importance of the Curler. For example, would Edward ever have abdicated for s-t-r-a-i-g-h-t hair? In deference to her ravish- ing ringlets, we note that half of the fame of America's Dimpled Darling, Shirley Temple, rested on her hair. Without her wavy locks, what could be said for Mrs. Roosevelt? Appalling thoughts, once considered! As long as the Curler reigns, however, we know that the supremacy of woman- kind is assured. Long live the Curler! All of the arts have succumbed to its captivating achievements. Alexander Pope made the theme of his famous mock heroic epic, The Rape of the Lock, the tragic consequences of the theft of a curl. The great Rembrandt was world famous for his ability to paint hair. Van Dyke's portrait of "XVilliam II of Orange and Mary Stuart" is likewise distinguished for its royal ringlets. None are too young to appreciate the value of the Curl. From childhood, therefore the younger generations are taught to lisp "There was a Little Girl Who Had a Little Curl," and to appreciate the fact that without her bewitching curls poor Goldilocks might have ended up in a pot of soup. As pancakes are to syrup, as clowns are to a circus, as music is to a dance-so the Curler is to woman. Therefore, I propose a toast to the past, the present, the glorious future of the Curler. "God save the Kink." -JUSTINE ROBINSON, 1527 , ' ' fx fx I t I fa-Y' Q 'K 1 r-if T"""'x Nh R e v e r i e s First Prize When alone In secret hour, Pause, reflect Upon a flower. Why to live, Wax when hidden: Then to wilt, Nature hidden. Golden rod How lonely born- Your tawny hues Fell humble scorn. Stars of heaven, Lilies cluster, Shed their own Transcendent luster. Cowslips bloom Beside the path, Escape unknown Forgotten wrath. Petals drop, Enchantment shorn- Fade too soon- Life outworn. T e n d e r l o i n Honorable Mention Blossoms scatter, Warm wind blown: Unbodied spirits, Joy unknown. Immortal life Wins love of living. As humble are To Him, thanksgiving. Once I mused, And wondered whyg V Now I know Why flowers die. -JANET PATTEN It is Friday, January the thirty-first, with three minutes to wait. "To wait for what?" you might ask. Why, to wait for the lunch bell to ring, of course. Wie are being bored in Latin class with the present subjunctive, but every girl is on the edge of her seat waiting for the shrill but pleasant tones of the bell. Ding-a-ling-a-ling! We are gone! Crash! Bang! You can find us in the cafeteria now. Ah, I smell it! My eyes are focused on this juicy prize! Here it is. Tl1e attraction is the sensation of the week to the weaker sex. Yes, you have guessed itg this wonderful surprise is a luscious bovine disc called a hamburger. The poet Bayly said, "Absence makes the heart grow fonder." My reply is, "You said a mouthful." After not even using the optical nerve on this sizzling, brown work of art for a week, this sight is one that would make your mouth water. The Hnishing touches have pretty much to do with the gustatory way of looking at the hamburger. I shall take them one by one and describe them as they truly deserve to be. First, the onion, which plays a most important part, sits right next to his majesty, the ham- burger. Sppt! Some juice squirted into my eye. I am bursting into tears when I should be happy, so I shall move on to the mustard. Golden mustard, which adds so much zest to his majesty's personality, is spread on thickly with care. I hear cries of "Shove on!" Something tells me I had better obey rather than put a pickle-a beautiful, round, dill or sweet, green pickle-on my collection to top it off. After this is added, a voice says, "Ten cents charged." I am ready to eat my prize possession, the hamburger. It gets closer to my mouth, closer and closer. Going, going, gone! I have nothing to do but anticipate next Friday's sensation of the week as it appears before my eyes without being an optical illusion. MARTHA MCDONALD. 1535 wi' Q . il ! Class History "Listen, my children" and lend your ears To a tale I'll tell of six long years. For back in the year thirty-six there came Twenty-two little maids without much fame. There were "Ave" and "Brad" and "Lizzie" so witty, Sarah and "Gin" and Mildred quite pretty. Sweet Mary with jane and Margaret Lee, Nancy and Bonnie so full of glee, Bright Betty and Nita and Helen, so smart. Came Katie and Sammy to play with each heart. Two Jeans, blond Maryg Betty Rose with her guile, And at last kind Sarah, well known for her smile. As seventh graders we dabbled in art By giving a play-a classical start. Since Nita and Sarah could play so well That year in basketball did we excel. The year thirty-seven brought four girls quite keen. Helen and Betty, with Peggy and Gene, Then there came Hilda, Louise, always dear, Also Phyllis and Janet completing the year. They helped us in singing and in things dramatic. The very next year, helped publish the "Static." As time went on we forgot our toys As we had a new interest-let's call it boys. Hearts were broken. Some were mended. Missing a dance meant lives were ended. Of course, we increased in wisdom and beauty, Giving more plays, rememb'ring our duty. In our junior year there came Phyllis Brown, Last but not least in our class renown. The year of years at last has come, And we, mighty Seniors above you scum, Leave you our fondest dreams and love, Hoping you'll thank the stars above That you will be able to come back next When we are far away from you all. fall, -BETTY CARBAUGH. C545 ..-V 'I ".'r-- 'I l l . I' .P A If l U-M P . Class Will We, the Senior Class of the Girls' Preparatory School, having struggled madly through six years to master a mountain of inhuman labors, and having at last reached the summit, now feel it our solemn duty to bequeath to those unfortunates who have not yet tasted of success, a few of those lovable qualities that greatly helped us to succeed. I, Betty Avery, will my ability to carry on an animated conversation at any and all times to Liza Allison. Poor thing, she seems ever to be at a loss for words to express her thoughts. I, Louise Bishop, will my ability to ask innumerable questions to Mary Rawlings. Maybe next year too she can End out about the love affairs of all the Seniors. I, Helen Bogart, will my awful nickname to all my friends and foes who find it so conveni- ent. I, Elizabeth Bradley, will my healthy looks to the advertising agency of Carter's Little Liver Pills. We, Phyllis Brown and Mary Virginia Campbell, will our dirty test tubes to any other lab couple who can get away with it. I, Betty Carbaugh, will my naturalness to Mary Caroline Morrison, who really seems to be able to act even olf the stage. I, Mildred Carothers, will my eternal and ardent love of Baylor School to Ducky Anderson. Enough said! I, Martha Gambill, will my soothing voice to any future tobacco auctioneer. I, Gene Graham, will my dark circles beneath my eyes, obtained in my whole-hearted de- votion to my studies, to the faculty. I, Mary Haskins, will my "do or die" attitude to Evelyn Davenport, who would much rather die. I, Katherine Howell, will my beautiful hands to "Uncle Dudley" Wiley in order that he may look more graceful when he slides that little finger. I, Hilda Hude, will my love of triangles Qnot only in Geometryj to Betty Winger, who will comprehend, I'm sure. I, Helen Jarnagin, will my kindness in translating the Latin lesson for the lazy students to Anne Hirsheinier, who professes such great love for the classics. I, Anita Lynch, will the McCallie basketball team in which I have a great deal of stock to Baylor's Bob Hill. I, Jane McIntosh, will my sarcasm to Miss Tucker's left eyebrow. I, Nancy Moses, will my rings to the Annual Board to be hocked for two cents. I, Elizabeth Nixon, will my frequent automobile wrecks to anyone else who can't see over the steering wheel. I, Sarah Temple, will my ability to hear the latest gossip to the oncoming "Static" board. They will undoubtedly be able to use it. I, Carolyn Winn, will my influence at Sewanee to Augusta Patten in hopes that she may get another pair of cross arms. VVe, the Senior Class of '41, do will our pet motto, "Do everything at the last moment," to the oncoming Senior Class, hoping that they won't need it. Signed, sealed, and approved in the presence of witnesses on this twenty-ninth day of May, nineteen hundred and forty-one. C555 --t, g' .. C A 9 V lui in I Prophecy of Class of '41 Wl1y, Mildred, darling! It's so good to hear your voice again. How's the Clinic? Hon- estly, I can't get over your being a doctor. I feel quite guilty over kidding you back in the good old G. P. S. days. I-Iasn't it been a long time since we saw all of the girls together. I have seen a few of them, but time certainly changes people, doesn't it, Mil? . . . I saw Helen Bogart as she was passing through town the other day, and she told me that she is now selling Max Factor's products all over the U. She said that Louise Bishop is making short comedies for the Paras mount Studios in Hollywood. I thought that she would have been married by now, but it seems as if our old class has sought careers instead of home life, doesn't it? . . . I imagine that you've heard about Nita Lynch's popular Out Door School. No one can say that she isn't getting enough fresh air now. Believe it or IlOt, but Nita's latest customer is Jane McIntosh, who is securing a good tan before she dances in a new vaudeville show. fl? Ill! if ik it its Guess what! . . . The other day I was shopping and whose Shop did I step into, but Lib Bradley's. She sells only models from size I8 on upg therefore I felt quite at home . . . Are you still listen- ing, Mil? All right, then, we'll reminisce for a few more minutes. As I was walking out of Brad's Shop, Lizzy Nixon, who was driving an ambulance, whizzed by me. She's always on duty, es- pecially when it is time to speed. . . . By the way, have you heard from Phyllis Brown? Really! So, she is running a school to teach girls how to be Majorettes! Well, there never was anything dull about Phyllis-always doing something . . . Several days ago I bought the sensational new book on "How to Curb the Temper" or "Live Alone and Endure It" by Mary Virginia Campbell. Iam reading it now, and confidentiallyithelps me to control myself with my children. Pardon me a minute, Mildred. Sometimes, I get so disgusted with my children. Three of them are continually hurting themselves, but the other two are sweet dears . . . just like their mother! Sli Sli if 'II Sk 'll' No, I haven't heard about Bonnie Gambill's peculiar fate. What is it? Do you mean to say that she is married to the Republican candidate for President after one lireside chat, and now her two sons are named Franklin and Delano? . . . Well, I can see that Bonnie hasn't lost any of her old fire . . . Several months ago, when I was in New York to hear joe's latest trial, I saw Helen -Iarnagin, that rootin, tootin cowgirl, riding down Fifth Avenue. I was so glad to see her that I forgot my embarrassment over her conduct . . . Listen, Gene Graham fshe always comes back to her maiden namej has just returned from a six weeks' stay in Reno, where she has a standing date with the judge every two years . . . An old friend of mine told me that she rode on Hilda I-Iude's "Virginia and Carolina School Bus Line," and she remarked that Hilda has a very profitable business. Naturally . . . Can you feature Sarah Temple the Editor of the Saturday Night Lamp Post? This paper is translated into seven languages: therefore Sarah has had no time for marriage. Mary Haskins, who is head of an Orphan's Home, told me that Sarah adopted a small boy. From what I've heard, Mary's children love her so much that they lock her in a room to keep her from going out. 16 4? 'll' H! if i Let me tell you what my six-year old boy told me yesterday. He said that he is going to Sewanee to College, because Katherine Howell is a house-mother up there. Can you beat that? . . . Now, Mil, this last bit of news will be the crowning blow. . . Did you know that Caroline Winn and Nancy Moses are the heads of Antique Females Haven? Now they are only interested in keeping the American moral standards upon the highest level . . . Mildred, I know that you must be exhausted, but hearing your voice brought back the memories of dear old G. P. S. fifteen years ago. When I come to Joe's next trial, Mil, I'll look you up. NVell, goodbye and good luck, and let's hope that our other pals will enjoy good luck also. Goodbye, Mil, and remember old Ave once in a while. wt -BETTY AVERY, '4l. 4557 1 v N QQ . www.. f ' .U uw f 4'Na v 1 R . 19 2 I U' 1 1 " ' -A Z ----i-..1- I. Nlcllzillids iuspirzuiou. :uul plculy ol' ill! 2. D2lllgCl'll Girls zu work!! Hi. -loc! fi. Suircs or sunirs? Clouur ou. l'aiul AI0llIlSOIl.Sl10H' your lcvllil Baylor isn'n looking. Al. COIIIC ou. Mil. XYIU clou'l you show soma- spirit? iXl'lcr zill. you :irc il sponsor. 5. Slccpy. Ike? 6. Nilzi looks ou ilu' UlllC'l'blClC Qol' lllC Iiclcl, ol' courscj. 7. Garclcuizis lor Roscg Rosc's for Siler. 1555 W ' ? ii ig: . w.....,xk ff I. Holly hopes iI'S 'Aslurs :md stripes l'0l'L'VL'l'.U 2. Xvhlllkll1L'lll1lll1'l'Willl Szlrzlll :xml Nilzl? I.ouL ill thc Clllllly cllzlirs. 3. Lookin' for ll hrczlk, Ilurky? No 0il'cnsc', llcnry. -I. Look what Zivg Ibld misscd!! 5. .X good 813011. li. Hvilllly IQCYIICHY 7. OH' for ll summcr Yllfilliflll! my Z f ? W - 1. . Wm 1. CL11sxiI1 x1-ssi1111. 2. V111lL' 51111113 111:11 w1111 ll 1110115111111 111'111'ls. 3. B1'1'11y's just :11'Ii11g-51111 18111 l'1'2l11f' 111:11 111111111. -1. Il was 1'llIl 1v11i11- il 1z1s11111, L'11.Sl1lIl? 5. xv1S1l1llgXN'0ll1I 111z1111' it s1'w.11. 13 111111 111111 1'11111l11si1111s. 7. 1111111115 1,ll11-Y, W11i1:1k1-1', 111111 .'XYl'l'V 11i:1q1111s11 1111- Illllilll' 21111119111 111 . 1 , 1 . l1l1' 1lLl51xl'l1J2l11 s1'11s1111. .1101 g VCI: 5:13 CII UKMKD I. "'ll1iul l"ing'c-r, I.c-fl Hamel." 2. "A Sllll' is Bom." 3. "Cjl11'isln1z1s Clzlmlf' any ik 1-11 --- , in . . ' ' f 1 X ., H X.- Q 15W 1 Three O'C ook! ...M . v A 21 A . 1 . C . U . . ,, 1 U ,, . . . L 7 . . . , I UXY1- 'I lll'l't' 111 Illl'C'L'. 3. .Xw lllllSl not kI10XVH'll1ll llllli' ll 1s. 5. 1112115 w1'11c! Plll ll Ill llglll. 1. xlllfy, iSIl'I In-111l111s lhllgilillg l':1sl Cllfillgll? 5. 'I'lll'l'l' r1'c'lm'k whisllc. ti. Nl:1kcf11I1 li ll1.11 5 .ull 1'igl1l,'l'cc'11y. 1.1115 ol' girls l':1lI clown ill their sluclics. 8. Thrcc 41'c'lm'k 1'11sl1. 9. l1u 1625 1 0 -, ..-lk , 0 .q ',... 80103 Q J C 'J BNGTQQSMGS IN THIS if ANNUAL K YVDEI7 be PIEQKDFEED ARTISANS GF W N saw ? 3 K ENG:T3VING 5 ,3 if my Q, ff? al Ax CTiKP'DKNOOGA,fI'ENN. CHATTANOOGA PRINTING AND ENGRAVING COMPANY Printers of 1941 KALEI DOSCOPE 300-302-304 MARKET STREET CHATTANOOGA : TENNESSEE M ' " " xi" x fm X L31 AX Q ,L X GIRLS' ' f PREPARATORY SCHOOL Thirty-'Sixth Year Opens N 'Q ,Sqptember STH 1941 f GYMNASIUM AND' OUT-OF-DOORS EXERCISES BUILDING WELL LIGHTED AND VENTILATED C545 A .,- ,A ,,-,,,,,y,-' , 1 - ., I 1- 1--,Q ,,,,,,r 5.4 1 5-- ,hy,1?45,"1Qff.,,,'y,,g :Wg gi.,lj,f.g5 n':1g'5f-riff. ' .pwgg-,?ff.r'g1J- Jywwq 1., 4n1"2'm,,,f,4"-g."- 'q ' J 's vxzffgqrl Qznam,z-'Q'-:',,v"5E,,,7,rrQ2,-,gffgf,N-,,l,3""" ,lj 'ff5,,1j'Q",',,,,',2f'? 41", -,,g,.3,'g,gdLf'f- ,MQ-fy, 1, A A- 2' .r ' 1':,! j.. 3, , 5 ' ,"'1,- ' ' A'-5 ,A ""3' ggg',' , 2." " '- 13. ' ', ,""', ', "" " :.1:.., .fjyf " - bug!!-f., . g, . , ," ',.,,-'31 gg'-- ,E ,, ",,,,,:-. ,- " -AT, If S"P!'.5-"2':1"+, ' W ALE , ' I3 ,?1g!',,, ,-,v ',-.f5Q"g5ff,' m-i,i,- . 3-W 51. 4 - '3'!,.g,2+ ,., , f- ,gf,,,c" Q' ','-3C'f:- ,. - ""'-g.,,n,' M , -,gg 'i'f' e -g,E,, '--.,,,'a v,- '- -,,,,'yf:,:"" -gm,-23 yy' ggi' I-' ' 2g,i1,g -sm, Ii?-'J - W, . , :-. W,-.QW "' 1- ,-YEL? K JU' . g' :- " 1339- L ,Him .QQ-, ,,,,1 ,-.lhffi-,,aa,,-f-2 "'iEjv:'?A535gg4Jll1 ,' - ' .u,:'k-'j..f""'f,.f-L",, Fi-.swf- '-n1"J,:r'.A' ,,'1F'L,,,, " '-,-'51-e,,,? 'fex -- 5' "'H1'E4, We-5-3: iwSl5,:?'fg9!i1 X" JG,",Q-w 2 aiikgffafb- - '3-L-"ff W' ,1Q,.'-..--', .-., ni n . ,ii"'W,Fi"A."f'iE4-'I 'i ,1"',-, . ,-1 '- ' ' Fw-fu"-si -l12"i'1T"'fyr, .,.. "'W'!-"BM, 5 1 '.lH1,'l -, ," 'v-1. V' --w - -:,', ' " f "MSL --' ying, :u,-,,5.-.-f'tW?f1" '- .fggv 1,2 ' -'.S'.wf!:z'-'-'-11" .. f.,f.,.2f'W',. 359,52 -- k g? . ' ',. -1' 1 FS:-HH -. Rh., '1T"-- 'f,,, -' 4.-q,n,w "-f ' L , 1f',.mL- 1. 14' ,pf .,.L, -' .114-lhififf,-.fL'1"gQ1f:ye' -,pf-2 v.'5Q":. "l'-H, . ? -gm 5?-I -W' 'Yi-, - wwf- ' " pas H- 4-4, . , -, ,,', pw .. r '-,Ja-aBf, . 1,,m.3....-.1,,e' E- - -1 ' x.-.-'.,,fx,'-Y. fv haw x--,f' "Ht:,- ,HW- ,' 4, 1, f,,h:R.2f!,.a-.3.fwsm-,r,. 5,-, ,, ' his "",'.v,gf5 A, .. 32gj5W?1Z3'g,,mf-,S,',H.m-'?!l4!'Q..1f5mg,Ff' P' ,fm ,u,,: ,MJ-'f,,,, ,HW-'Q,,,-i' - qs 'Lam 1-,,,g,m,-3--f,'-2 ,Q -wi-,,, 'f:',,,-..44?1,,E,-E.-Lfvl'f ,,,.,,:f.1,, ',,,,,,Z ,, -f'n'gg1'MQ'g5,F 3,5-Y , ' 41,1 ,. Gl",'f- rf' -,, Jmj '-5' fQr3vgQQ1 j.5,, -i47fp2 5j53ff3'f?-'f'-"- "':SfQF!-'ifizt "L,-' "WWII, -1 R, 4' Qfij,QQrkg5!',+,"1 bfi ,, '7g' "-E47EQ:f'5Er' " 4?-if 5' 33 "fr-.:" '. 5' .Q - ' " 'ff 1'- 557' I , '9 ' -' fin '5 V' 7 : .-', "'f' w if ' x 9--9!..ik?"4 A VP' -i'i,Jva-. T.,,' -3 '31, TE. - if'!fl1',.'."' g .1 'lf-..'a,,,g ' W :Ly , 3? EJ Fw , .. Apggm' ,L '. ..f ', 3,5 M. W . .3 ',r 4, -,. 514. A .. . , ,. A 'wife xml-",.ff-U'N,1 'f- '- Ln", 1- , ' UQ , xi C5--v,, ,,i,' w,,1:5"'u:2 - 'FA' 1 73: - ""1 M5 ' .-,QR ,,wg,',uL,'11l'-4"MJ P51 ' "1 '1'f35H'iF,,i ,. wwli., gl' r"---Q'f,'s . ,f im 15,9 mf " uf - nf -' ,.-f 44.2 ' f v5', jL--gg., ,,, ,,-' - ,es-" ,, -' f LY -.,'u,'gd6- V12 2 -,- we - '1,,r -1,,,f,', " Nzfi- '3r,7f-1,!,,i1'1.-1F,mE,!"'-,- gm- -' K- . ,:,,22v,, .'Q1,,-2h:,.1"'f.- ,Lp ,,,.g"-f'-'Mnz" " ,,w":' "" .s.fy: : gi'Eg ...n--- 'f'.q'g,'5-5 f. .,,-..--W '.MLf'1 'f:1'. - -' Q ' ,v fig -1-a:uwQ'p,,'?,qf'n'-T ,".gg,e2m"- -' ,- " u'."3g,,. - I ,M-"Q, g.4,,,A,,,,Q .,,.g,k..f,3 mwa h +R-. ei, .qmhf ,h,,5,.,Hg. 1,,!.q,g',f-5,,M.3g' 7,. ,g,,k, fx ,,. M ,,-54. J,-. .yn '1t,.u'i,,d,un,m,,3z3,. .-!4fM,'V":22,. ,, ..5,,?.Mv A ,xr -q:',,,g',1Lf,,A., F5 531 QFIFLWH..- S ?f""-5,13"Wf?'1"-- 'WV 39'f?i,'55f' Wi" Q ' ' W"-"'W'"if-','L.ifiwifLlimi'-"4 'L-' """ ' br ' f "Wi, X", :,,, " 1, -' 3"f"'5-i -"7:5ij"Q5:f F 'f, QW" V i'f" 5 'f" -JM' """Wh'. - Wi",,Al'-""l1ffi'f?Q"i"'i""1"2f'f"- "til ' mi, -' " ' .' Q' f-1' ,Tm '- ,. 'Mg 515 MSM 'j f rf iimlig, - , M, -11, sfggi. " ,-1-... , ', fn ' 3-1. .f i-ge,-.fr---5 p,E,-V 3,1 --i -Ji-1:1 -. 'kg ,gf -, ,, . 1 7'5" 51311 ., .mggg-+L ff: --1-H ,.s2.g"' " J- - 'gum , ,- ',, QMEQT .FS 4-2- 'fkikfvw f' -2.14521 -gf--Y- vyfg , -"ix -ya -f',-- W, -'fm U", H-,,,'?' ,,g"'5Ea?-g,?-5-'W :'i'Q.:l' A-fi airfsx' -z--,sw .-5 1 .13 m f' .'-L'Mi1". -all 1' 'WW"?,-,,." 3-'-,"'-,Q f?-,112-L'2,,'fQ ,.f' VW'Sni"E Wi'- ":".,,.,,f , , MAL r-U'-fi .--J-!"' 2' -'v',"-'if f- fi' 1-4 """',,'-.f 4. 2 - , .' '1"',"fr1'xI- -' '.,"1 "', ,- f- 4-",JS"'.u ' J"'f'ff'i,' --:ii qv -"""-'f!",5bf'R1 . -H f-1"g5f75F954'- ,-V-Ff'1-i!v.- 41421, .i ,,,e"5m- f. "Hi 2?'f1,"' f-+.'a:- ' 'M'-, L!vr2...,,-'-H-"+".gf,f af -. ,H-'W 1 '.','fgrz"5:,"' 'is.'1,f 4,--"' .' ' .ai-,a. : ,ww -' - Y" -'L-gr ,- - ,uv-,"r 1 'gif -iv--s. f ,,i' ,-gc - ',f1"5'5"1"-'uw '14--""'f 5:', -,' "1 . 37 ,--e U'-. -'Wig wig," f'+Q5'-5-:is"w'-' . M--'L-fu za' -'EF' 9- -.pf-.'.':.,.- 5. J' ,5w'g1g,,,,.,2',,,f A' A ww'-,, igfqii, ,-:s"'ge'---gi wg-.' "',:- A , f1j1g1-5',m"w,'- , ,,' .., :s1N"m' 4' ',v -fl,,,', Q 38155 'ii' 'f J"-'Fr 3" 31'-y , - i 2 , ' n6'iWf?'g2 "RMU,,,?lSf"'u'Q:.W"'f5 ni - '- 'fini R355 f'-WL", ,QLD 'AS Ji'-'Maj' ,ffm -,", "ff , I U1 lg' EY, ,la5'VL,TE,-"" .531 j.,4.15HNk,,3.. ' 15,4 km W, ,:1' j ' "f, 3 '2i',f-':r5",r-'. , 'Sw-' .ff 'E' '. 'I'7'f'5 7f.,e'3:' S f' -,, '- W6-,,. Wim :,'E?- '26, '-?E,f - i'f:'E-'i. 'QFHP--if, ,-,'P,,T6"'J" 'F' 'f' -' --ww' Mag, ' gxrffx-2-,I-V f, f :. - vw --f- rw. -..:",...,f-firm 4'-V, ' ,'-Q-3 A' -'4' ' -- , - "M -9 , - ,, ' f E-f' .W ' v' 2i",1'-Q?'I'i' , ,.2-',,' KU' 'A Ufvfi, -mf' ' -.Llf:"isQ ' 'ji 'Z-'Miki' ' L-2'-QM H E. ,-, ' M 'if' .-"" '1 - ,,!,3,7Qf1"' ' iiZ',,'E?f'5 W ,f',,,4"i 'W' ,U QMAF 'W' f," ,Q' 'ns'?12,L- UH, vQySw4M'- 1 , .i"'1W, W!!-', ,' "n,.,- -5 -,H "-'.w'LP5- '1rT--2.-:,-" - f -fl . 2'-,Q i, .. a. ry,,f,v',-1 ' 'E' af SEQ . 511- ,f ' JM- ,, "2 Q"'U3,'X.'- mid ,"" , :Eu -,im :N-,-i'f1 "'i,vi!f',-, 4-U,-9 - '44--ff"'1,.'.a'.?-L",Ld' BM- "'-","'Q"2ff-'M--',1-" ' .uv ev- .r-' gf,-'gf r w' 'QW'-Q .'f'i'2'wf4's'.--f. 'rf:"wi fm: . Q "j v -ww-.::.,,. ff", '51, iff? ,gf :',..t aff " ,' fr- 'P ui fe- 5' - my kz5,.-'-Gimme, ,.- , cfm' '- . .I y u, f .I ,Mfr-. :, 3 ff -f ,fn-Q., Five-'., 4' ,--r119'R,-me-5'41' r .-"---fQ1,e3. .- :'-'f"'w:9--.-G1 1, 'X ,-. A-M.,"fff- Ea' .' - - k"'ff1-1-"fin,-41' ' ,:--I Y- bl'-:F - .1mfg,,,., .- 2" '-,":i,a, mul-,K 'ffm' .L-wma '55 g ..,, fgAxQ1gs5.'g9,',-,"'.,,,?.'fr.. wk? Q,-fIN.,,,'f,,A qw. e-35 .--gf"'3Q1..,, ' pf' -. ,M ', T, 'HM -1 '7,5Ru5if5- 'i,Lq".sf,nf,"fw' U- fe-'J ss' '- .a1,,:f3zf'1sf'1-12", ,- -'fi 'J -1?5s,-.'- -1 6-',2'3H"H3a1f'2'm' - mi" a'5e-NP' 19-29:5-Q1',i'ww W- -'.- F'-mm v1.45 wg. ,''u,-Eri,"f-,"f',,a-,,,'1-,"-.1"' Wliiifsfff ""','f51s2'?E2 --KQQQSQ 4 -fiw?2fe " 1-i s, fP,pify ,Xa-fer, 3, F- fi" f,.,-94,1- ' -L.,.Gw1z2i:,,5f'-r H", yQ"if-..,. Q-, -- -vw-,mgf-., 'T g-- 1-AM '?"q'R2'L"".-VM1'-Ya",,,g, ' - ,iv "",5n'firms,-as-,!1E?13,gX:,rv 47 ,, -' :Fw-, fd 'I'2ff:I'- 2'-,i if ' ': wf"i'-s S-,-W-. 2wH."'.- if ,. 'ax 'm u -p-- paw- ,-.,""'fi"P-fm'!,gf,,,.g1 .- fa VT51: '1f,,f,,,f-if 1-:-,f' - ' ". 'u gh - v ff iff,,1Q3!q,1" --,SJ --"Gs'g.mf.!"f-Q --:-'HN' new 1,.,:,,- 1-1.1.-W ,gy -"ww -,f ,- .'IEp,!,,---.if-'h':.-.', .,,, 'L pam , , ,gHw?g."1-my.,-K--',,, , ":ifg7',.v' - PM -5' - ri'--'Rf-"'+'1 -'?f.-,w5'EEK':1' ',,",,,,'- LJ,-A if-'-'-q,fr"Qwi ff?" -- - ' -f ,,, :W-sir' '4'.5pw:".' qi'--,, -EMMM"'-nz,-5"f-',,,-2,If: ,-f',3fE'at1,?t--,wise -, '1i.252."f-,,, , M 'eg!'." .,a 'Mgr 'EUZV' 5, ':.'f 3-'W' e4'!'4'!X 'V 'i 2-' -HFS'-. wb. ff'E"A3',"W?15' 'W1J' Ti-'f ,5", ' -"f--in" , , TE" " ,- - 'gag " , H R -' 1' -","""'32 J:---',-',, 511N,F:'-.,,+,-,5'!'-',,'- FN- EP we--5'a1,,g,.' -'1"Lm,.--Mas." , ,-n ,H -,L--,,-,, , . - ., .-g'e,rig'.4pb,. ,f . ... u,,w'M,. - . .,.., ,,'L,',-, +, ,-4'-9, - . ,M g, . ,, .-4-,AL , Dv' '13,-., ,..-5,,,-. ,,.--.qym-.,- ,,"' ,'-,,,-"Q, , ,-,,. 'a '1' -.:,',f,y-135'-n1' ,a , ': ,m 21-54,31-" " , . z- 1 4- ' ,"A'kL?','?i1.v- -.q1sl'Ffg1,2-+,w' 33, ,- ' -. :, Q1--.La-i1f,": l-4 lg' :v1,,"'i'M 4 I . 'ff ' '-"f-51,1 -, ' -5,-f fm-yg,11 ,"' ' 5 . , f ,f -A 'L "KK --1, , W-a,.Q.gHg',g"'---3 A "": -, QA, ,5. gm, 5' -'xv 95: "',:"Zf'! ',if " 1m+' '.P'13,E2 F-Ii 'P ,,' 51 '.i'5P:iff T-J? 1,h 9'5s2,.-',',,:,i"5Jj'V's' Ji,-, -"' -3 ,MHW Efi3'i'ff-fi '1,Z5,?WT? f"'f - g1'2 ,,.'fi , ., ,wf'f.'-- e,", ' flf.:"w-,iw-E, f"ifr"52j,95 -WI, - F SR f '1's53i5f- 1' -'Q' writ?-.'.2"',, wfmfiir Z,f'Wa',, PM-- --.ii-Fa .,..,,V.fF' g'-,Fir-..'-." 'IT'J',mafF"' -' ?"L"'--,hf i ',-:M.""-iffuf-".,11f,s. .,,1n.'33, -.1" - ,523 ,M'Tk'?.f,,',,-,2-VF...-"rum, .f','Q1W"-1qMf:w. 4y,' 1:-' , '- HPF.-",. 2, F' F, -'CQ' 7"f1l1g,a" -5, " iff,-1 Tiffin fg31S"I5.'., : -, 3E3i,gf5"ff??2"'?ilF. ' 1 5,9511 " T" j"',fi,g,SiJ"',i-1'il2i,bi5?51E?'vi G," -2, ' """',---' ,H , 'ff f"ff- F-RM' Hi ' " nf, ,,-iif3Z"':Pw.,L "W"-' -' 4 : " vw- ,nk ww f my 'H 2'-b'g,rQ.j '-' g.551LW-ii,j,- -.'L fggfrff. qgffa- :'Q,,'-.-,mi-311,-5.gfywzfv. ',.1' I -,, -..'ff-,W-1.-51, mag . im g. . " ,,.!-,M sis" -'h,:,.!"---M.. e,'lgg?Q',--..,fa' -E"-1,-, , ' f' .,,, ff-'+ xc" .-fr ff, ,' "e'fvff'f"",'," f' -" 1 il 1-'ff-' '.,'f ,', ,f-a",',,,,- f-ww ,Q 1 . ,-'wwf -Q' '.a'.f.f",a-ss '1,"s"- f"" 'ffe, -xx,-,-' 4s,,- mm. if , off, ' ff'- --1'wf,'-Q if f.- ..l 2-.eff-' ' ' 1 - 22,1 -wg, 1 l,,'. ,, , ,,,,,,wN,- ,f . -J., , ,,?-., .g,,,- -aifw ,W ,,.,,,JEg,, Q-ggYif,C1g:.S. w w ', . .13,5g.a,, -. Q-, 'r',1.-0495 ' f . -,,.,'.,,. ,5eNn,n1Q,.-qymlfvf.-,, ,. "N, - -IQMW. ,ff-."'-' . ',,'-xi, -?f,g'E-',f,g:-1145155221551 ,M ..-,L glvgwfa My --if-n,',.L -max. '45, .'f-,. 41' ,,q-33f,,3-.gf .1- 173'- - ,, -TL, - 5 5' "11,",,.9',".vs-..fw',,!,,-ml," . -gg" 5, ,. 1, '2 ,, '. 'GMU' '-.M -. ',, ,g 4,j,m3FEf1g.'g ' 51"'?-'W ,imma 5m:.,:T'w'f.' Q, ,Q,.eL.'f,affw.q,i4',gg3gR.-1:51 154: A xp- f.,'h:,,?g.6.-Q'41q "2 1, , ,U J, -' . 51"'e'- ggqj-hg1g?.S-""5,-:dffuw1" Egfr,-FE , ",f, -ep - ,gg Hx ,,.' '14 3, "UW-..a.x1,"-SW-1' '1,fEE,-3' G1-'-732' 1.-'f',,,','j' 'v'E?.,Q4?i'jq'5'f15'5':'f3,Wf'l!g , .4 ' ' , , Q ',. " -',"mg , "'Vl- 'WHY' "HS"-':C.:, f- ,,f.j"5 MN! " ' g . ",- " 1 , 'l,,"Ww,i- ??'W4'V Uv- N" wx'--,'w,m?'9 ? qi., qi-5,113 ?f2,kfi3i'2f ..5,k,.?' i'agMP1-152jI'?f"' .,. "' ' WI' 'Miz M i -'5EE."1,',5," 'W Y ' ,' 'J QELY ' :Q - '!,1gp,'1'.':. -AWw.'LJ,,-"MQ-,,N',-",-:,, 'he'5H. Er ' Fl -" 'm..,,'fl g m.. ,:,::1,, ,fm Qt, ,-5. ,J-,5,?,-'qw-" 'mi g.. .:J.-.,--A17-'Q A., ,-14' ,nn ,,,,,,Q,.'1,,,g1y5,,1gil 4 - H,-, X , U--J,-, , my ' W ., Q, 5, ,, pass, hy, ,,f,,,:,w-,,ggi0g,f- -.4 4 -,,--gg.,fy,,ALg5,,,m,g--Q 5 ,X 3 4, wb,-,1 ' L" ' r n"??f inf," 7' ':,l-','i-1'-"'WIQ,,j" '2'+",+:7-,':-,, '-P' - H'1': "QSM F. 4 . iff ., 'J ' ,a. 'F'l-' if 'g?i,n ,,. - ' --ur .Nab-22 'f-'L'?""fl44'.eek.W'A:. ',. Q' ,,--.af Y- .img F Q g 5 4, 1 - kay:-.',m-,',-Z,"-f"" ci -' SAM- .-'-, . -P " ,M -"f4'.,'-1- if-05 -',i I -, ' ,,'f" H "rr '.?'3,,,' Mr-,,,,n,,,'. 4, -HQ -15gQ'g.,,,,-,, M5 X --1: ,Hy ,, 559,-'-'fq g ,."'-- .y.,,,Mgjzin,,Lg , - ww ',.'jL-,y,..,-,,f,,"--M,-' ,gi ,dw lv- UN'-, fig' xv, ,Syl ,.M"",M.,Qf.: FL, f 5,-,. we-Q,gw5g,',,-,. ,M , ' :u,,i?3,nw.,,,. ,',,,,,,. 3,5 ri'?Q1wz',z.-:i-:5,,," ,Vi-'-,"' MW '. .n.7,':1w.' wlwf-1j12'S:fJq,Q,5g'?' f ' . '-F "" ' ' :f4..,E5Fs'.,,.fI.fL'-sff,,,-f',,'f'M'r?a"ff1'fi -1 3- '-' QQ- Y -'?r,' 1 ,'u4gEs,'x . i5-'j,igi5S3145.,fff, 'jlmg-f-,,,w -,115 ..-il,-' 131, .2rf+',,v-,mm ",., ' ',, ' ,r,,g'H9q'5'5,.5f"5',5. M-x ,-15i,, ', " 2-3-55-f'.wW1.,"'w-'',5qxfg"3E . -s.--'E ' ,V , 5" Z,L,2:'f'-4 Aw- 7197, ,, 9 ,-3,431.5 1---gf, kgwfiniif, , -. .1452 T- , 'i"'r'?3 "3 : ,I --4' ,. . ,,J- ' mfr.-.5Q52--2,--','NN1,-.ig-".,1'Ug"',.--f'-F , ,-"4 '!" gf:-'i T-f ,,,,-., W, "WF ""'Q. .",-',!Q-fm, 'isa-" nf- 43-My 'mga wif.. Q--":,'.i-? ,,f5:'f.1,-.35,:t 1 W J "-',2:.. ',-uf' Il e, .,mQ,4 " ', 'gfiiiwd'-.'L,l.-T, Qiqrg: zu ' ", ,mf vp.-2 -f,z-':, U' if 'M-n,. m ' "-4g,,!f,:E4-" WP 1' Aft " -:IT pe- 2121! -Ji 9H',b,,Lf1f.--E'k."'5,1f"7'.-7 L ,,-'f . 2 .-' wb- -,!, -1: 3'-2. 19, Q, W, , ":- .a'J'1 Ya ,u 'F ' MQ eJa'?frF'? ,.,, 'lgfi-,""fr.,-'r',."-5 ' "IN, -. 2i" ,'.4- J' , Qi " 1' . J' - "ffl-Efli' 'Lf'-k'5iQHT11'uQ5,1,f",X,H-13-Wg,,.Q.e,"' "W-1' "fi:'rgzx-',s,g-'!,5""-. 125 ., ,:Huj1', ny, .-',1.. -,-,,-.- -.me-,1,yi-'Q"'-.--gf-',,,-':,r-, 1- -FEW ,': : .4-4-1,,. , ' mi- '-""'M""",5y' H " "H ' ' Q'i""31 ' MMR, ".',- '-4 f',uH'J-,gm"'s--ffl'-'WM-"" ",'. !155'F"l"5g1"ff5iah27gF'l,f" , ,wff-w:W'f" ,,,-vm,-if "W un- "-' Q ,,-,,,wf,,-'-',CW,,w"' "".15'ff' fha " 've - '. :if GLJPW'-ff. Hi ',W"a" -" -5-, fs, 24, 1- by 1 555 fr!-F7555-5 .P"'Q'f3'f?'SEl'M,ifWa1Qi6532"r'5?J'l. iifzinuva vii'-2.11-,r "I,-' ,QkW'2"! gi'-3 1.-,FT N.-m""'lL":'L:i,,,-T-' ,-,,,,"'f ' - 1,17-' , 12H',MP'4f'1,-' fs' umm, " ,.-.9 ' ,,-"',aE',- ...Q '- ' wiff5,,"w'--,feeHa-,'iv1"'.' .w,'-fs, 1-.,:' - ::" ,'w's'.Jlt!fg -.51 im ,-:,"f -'Q-,-:-12,-,,,. 11.-,.'!-'I' ,:.ff,'-1 'r sl 'aH'.- . - M '- -, ,J 'Ea' ,' . ' '-1 Q' . wa' "13'- I-, ,a2.'-i-- L' Q-. fl is ' "M,-!'.f ' ,241 1-.4 BLM, N5-1-x A ','4f'," - p k'-9---1'.F3,"'u 'vrvf J , -H -,' ,,,, -,.yA. -.f:,,'," '. UL- 'J H ' ,- 'M " ' i"f-fi Qyfilfi? -Jkrwe mv- L -,r- Pg -..--'W .'-dim. ',,, c., -1-. - -rr,-. ,, P, Ez.,-W "uf,',-..-,',s,,-"',,.--M .'.,g1mr-,s-..r-"cSg?- -. 1' "M - 5,mTPW1,1":' ,pq 5 1-fu, 'lavfgiw M" -N J --',,p,-54245 J. ,-A 1 -Vg-,,q, ,',.,l:' , 1 ' ik, -- '---"'- ' . -. -'-gr ,-.' p-54,15 -...-H- ,, -SM, f,f:f?u"'.iawE' Hl",."gf..J3'w:-4 ,,. 1- -.mir -, NI 121. 'f 712- '. '44"5f?'i""M ,-L 3!1'ii""E4Qi'y' 9'i,,.ysY-if-wg 1-,2,w'?f"-ff . "if-551.1 'F."'5'4'L5fi ,' , f4F'+,1'f'-Hxgievifivinkff''MM '-iN',,QY'555'9x1',.' - E1"i3-zi'i1i?? AW. :7t " fi:-,':- .' 4? .e5" :g5'ffs'-fs?25!"1' im' ,Env 01.2,-j'a.a 115 '2-.,,35-19'-W-:fp',.'E'r? iii,-E1-if-f'1f2'f'55 '-,.Mf'.-2w',"" A,"-' flgfgfw'24,,,Q"'T54g,f--Pzsgjg'.-"', xii, 'Wi .5 ,. 1?-?qE.'5I4"':,' .,-,,'-',w,, ',,,wH,f.9"' 2 -,ik 1'-.1 amz' .2-L-"L-,Q W-1'x E... : 'aff' ' -f"'L 'wffmlw 1 qw,JwFE.-wr-",ag-L.f."G .. 'WH-1 ,,JW" .Laz4,..- --r mm' MQ' -' ,wc-1-, ' f-2'..'f-1.2. -",5-.iv 'ff' 'f,,,"' :,f --gg,-'F'5fff sw:--.s1'-Q i'e1',vm,- "gm ' mr:-L: ' - .,,-. .,',a .'-'-2 .'wS-1-.m-.gu1m,',r- UVM., . ' ,mf "wi.Q,.,'.'H-ik'-1-A--,-Q ,, .v,.fu.,,,3, , .-.a V-mi '1 -- 'wh Lf, -f'-3-'H ' .f3,g-f!'if2.:i,- ,,. ---R. -521'-ww? -i,1.-iii, ,,, f1.- ,, ,fi--:nm :,,-,,,,.f. '. . .fi-5, -N' ,,, ,-4-,,a:i'f'm'f1'1"'f:s'f-w,- -,- 2115,-2' w Q'-vf.,f ---f ,J ? ,' .'.,,-,L ' '-ww" 4- "'1",',,"",f.,',,'.-',,-- L, :14"',- -,f'-Qu'-1 1' 1.-e:y ,.?i,.,S?s ,,M"P "'c - -,L'Q-1,,,..W?'1,'f ' "Lf sis,-f:1f'f',-,MM " R215'W"', -,',""N , ---w rm:-. -,,-,1'1"'1-S.' .. .-1 an-19, 5' .. ' --1 U, ,1,..fJN'f1E,Nl ,--34' ,-1',-- , .-,V ..- A ,,- s 3?-Us W 1 .. L., ,, 5 .Luigi ,,T,,'- , ,,3D.,,,,,,,,-fy -, ,,, qw- ,,, . ,,w,, ,,--,LEl,L.3g1A,... ,hcw,..gg,,, ,,, , .,,,,.., ,., -LJ rg 5 -I HEX, W5 3 lqfu, Q' ' 4- jj'-W fffir, 'S, ..'7f5-- .. - ' 4 - .sifhr -"',,-,-JIM , gf y 7,143-ns- "ag ' V 552 fl- ff ,f'.'Q' nf A Q. gg:-gl-5.53 2 -ig' , 'r-,UW "' !,,f,3pq"' " lam, , 4 1' V, I .- g,.,'!f'g,- ii,-fig -k-X ai' fafggqvkq ' ' , , H51 , fy,-Q.-H. fl' "1-5'---"f :X limi A if " 7,,,L 1 , U7"'3 -qiF"'f---9 "fp, '- " N vgCivi,z,,',f'?H'H,.' .Pv,: . '- . W? 9 wgqfgffrf. -1-ar F- 5""-'ITQL,win-?,'.E-2.,"'P:?,",- 'Sw' --PQ',Er--'::af'3?,1f"'Q1: 'QAM ii--5 if-'1,,,. 5,--' -w-va,H?i a4 a,5,r,',i ,."'7 'n,-5" -, T- -WF , 1 .,,"-z9""'?'2'53"'.2, as-I-ffl'-df'-Y-."f"""L,i5- ff, "Q-gm,-.' f,:f 1,--W if 'hgiyyjfi '3.f,, ,s-"- 'QT 35,1 fiw wy3Z,F5:,- .fi +?il'3ES.wfqgfw' if a1..2"p-.f-,Jq,'f', ..-.':,. 1 ,E ww ,,q5MQf5-'- .giffft ":",,,.aWiz,5 ,. -f,-W. ': ' We ' "ll - -f"'FfW!"' fl?-'f "f"'+!""?1'2':f'5Ff' '- -" i' f., f',"',' It J iff ','m?+2"Jl,fi'1-.,Qf.,--5,'- iff? A 553 ' -- ,Alf?M' kZ, ",'-1 B' ',-'L",- 15'-. ?Vi'45?'5'EJ 3, 'ff'-2'Ff,732fiIi., " i i -' .. wi .:- rw, . ,JV - , ' , -3U"11.1V'E,.I'f.- '4 - ' :gf 1.-fu, ,,-': ,J 'fx ,- ,,1, z,1y1.,1-Y-' , 1-. ' my .5-ff "rf UV- L. J?-3 '-i. ,:, '.4,V L 5-' 1 'ww ,,4:"p. ' 'Nw ,LPM j,1""-., 'g J, ,rj Wk-My w. . 'vw f-'35 'E, gr- 'f -3 -,-qu, ',,, Q -V-,1.,,M,.4" ,,y,g,,,5f-1 ,,,,-, ag .,,,,.-',-,,, ,gy .,?1,.--,,-,qp9Qg?.-23 ---3 ,film-1 W, 1 ,411-V:-, , L-. f f-U..--, 'glff ,L,-,,,,-Q ,,,,V.jgi A, 4. ,gg sm " W, 3, 4, ,, ,, i -,,, ,J "1 i.,:3' '5-P, "'f"v',, fy" A Y ' 4 ''gffJf'f'Q:"JfE'iil,-"!'TT'L35P . ,Wg "Q 113'-'fll""'.!5-"f'Wif.'i'ff- 'Fw- ""i1lT,"'! -1" "" IMFW5 7 W2 'W-'-v'25""'Q'1f?5"-" "' LV wi' ' ."!7 - ,V ,. i v -lk .. ',- 'f','13'i'. .25-EF, '."I'a-??"",5 J "s',EW15?'E',' ,, ,Q,?Z?ff'?f w 3f'?Q'???3VZ,,"W'fLWf'f Hi ,- " 'vfuw'Wifi--.Q"4"5,?1"-, -W-T'1fU-.-3.i,-1? 1,5 Hr-S -'f" E315?3 " ,e'Qf " 5H""f'F?3""'f?'Jff M x"f"i"f" -3,2 f4:f::,i,a',.5'r'e .,',l54F'-F fs'i?f""'??E?"i"."'TffW'it? ,5'1ifl,'f?9!f:-5524 - if "W, ., 17, EW YYCT95 r"'f'W??'J'31?,3,:mf'E."ie "KVM ' - ., -4, . , rm- 1 1' '. -1 '- -1 ' -. ' X'-.H wa. :'.-H -,ww .4 , 5-,,', -5 ' , , f- , 1 -11 1. .zum -3.2 -'J' 1' - .,,:",, '-, 1:f"'5r!,, -lgirff .1 CFL? H. ,"q:1-"1''-Q,,.f1.7f0FiiM.'3gif,-.", . 'v-mmf44'??5'EfE1FEfE 'if' ' R,'l"'1,E.7f5h Ski,-.-f V 4231, fm, , .,'f ,,, fl, fag,- 1 -' ,T 4 ',.,Ei,',1,"9',,-P'i",7"I-?11,",?'?i?1f-"1l"fFW2."'f9"'.i'-'3,"'9s'5,,.l9f?'JpL FQ Q," 'a -:,g,,,,, N'-'14-1, ,,-,fn" :E5' , s,'jIg ,,,: xii , -',Tlvz'4'Sv,4,-,:.xf'ff4,.',,3e-w--.5511-xii" -'j"'JiF- if- if 6.1.53-.Ez-!"? -'E-'!ezg,,,-,.',-9. ft. u gig' ,afr- , ',,xg.1""a-5 L. A1 -,-'mg -,' ' 1-'13, -wgvwiz-9,f',,,',s-' gn-ni-. 'ref -.'f:,-.MY-1-fa-ae ',,'A' ,, ',. uv' 3.,, - -'f.,,',,-',f,,- mf, -wk", " 1' -,av -fr'2:'w,'3'V-,fiiw - ,ir "1.gm '-',,f, -eau, '-3-2."n4',3,-..,W5,- -'M-.'gQ.,f "mr --"", ,f-wh, 2'--4-ff, ,.':"1w. ,"' if",-',,'.J'-.'.-,',a'-.--' -,'u"f':-4'..11'r:5,Q'-":.,'-'Q , 1- ,, -it -:ii 5'5" 5,-,,,f5s"'f7f3?,3-eff"-1,44 -sz ,'f,1. w1kp-f .-v.i:i fi.-M-cm':Lf1-iw.-1,-+iiW.Q1,,'fa'--ff:":, 1 ,mf iw,-,,9N' ,,:' 'IM-'Q ' 'M ef-"""'ES'W ,'F,', ' ,. - Lf,:,,w5l'w':'P-2,2--,P,.-,:',,'W'2,.:t..f,':11..",',N-F'.....2.sQ "fkf31 ', z.' -J., -H ', 1 ' -- . , fi.. :W W I 1 X-1.--931 -F'''Q,L,a1,3',.f.'f',-.-.-"ff.!'P , 'W 'f',,'?' JF'-' "",,--:ia -,"'if " '- ' Www- .' 'F - ., ,Q ,- '."'x-9,,:"99'f T 'in we-J-?r5 "'f:'-4 - 'S3,,,'r " 2 ia - . 'M,,-'E-fsiiy'-ff. - , , Sri .',r'ffff,' ML 1.w..- f-4,132-ngg','-1-9'i-E33 -1-f-19jgs'r5g'5. 1,-..-.51Lf1 fu, ,,'-- "' 52- f..-gktgyffg ',,r- il'-,,'J.,f.,, i,,,,E',.ifgW:-x M' "f- I f -' ,, , "5 ','j':-,,',5-3-mi -L, u, g 'J-gm" -.,-v, '-swf ig, . .mm ai ., -fjfg. -.Pig-.',, , '1' 5' u, .- -- "Q, -HY: 1"-A-'3f"5"'Q 1'1"-,, '-' ff 16 E 4- - --A"',- ,' -- - ,- w -M' GE". 41,4 .z -XQQQQ-i,-- M .-,ffl-2-'-P-M. --:ww--. . 3 ,iq ' 'A - -.e' -1515 L- -u.!e1,- WW-MQ--. - -- mr 'ww f 4-. 1. 21511, ff' 'X '-EBT-. ' "Iii, "--.::!f'f.,'+i-' HW- 1-'L EEE-::4hS'h7 -5-f-ff-if-5f51uf"'Y3','Z' S",-1 '-,' "1-'riff'-"'1?f-V FF"-' w1"f5':,'1-F r.4',Y--f,- J,"-r-"1 ., --L 'T' - ' . "N'!""'-W 1".'Z'1:-1' ' I 2 s W -1 f- 'wil -'s",if"11f'L1"F14 """' 4-2, ':4,m'L5i.:Ff.'-"-'i1"'fY?'1 a""lf-:fa 'WP-'FV-4' ' --"' if-5,.,'i',1?P-'lw -.:' ', 1 " .' "rs f f- . uf-we -, "u, 2:1?"1g"5vf - lf 1 ,L-1:,n.mg'my ,, , M, . ,z 'I-5Q2ifQ"h.'-",' Huh -,-.-,gghiegz nw-'T',"-'La-ip' ' if-'-'lk-,Im ,U 1 'wif-'-f-'wr M, 4'1" "Lag , '- -' Q-tai. 1' - iw- ,. :. .su -my A ' ' r J: : 4 Iv ' ew' -"HIM -4 -'.--,Q -,NL -' .pix-. 5,5513 t,,,P, ' f,.!-.,,f2M'1'g1N,a1 , , 7:z'aW:,z",,1? "--'.3-1'-'f "inf ,L-V.. , P. ',-', ,-wad'-4 ,,- Q- "Q:-1,2-,M Y . '.,," +"a1" r, -,, '- 'W . ,' eg ,,' -- ,w"',e'!,, 'fx' -' w. - -, ""1i6'J'M5Efi'i4. ","?3,+e, M 1-s,,,,9' 3. 4 " WL-?5' kFf,3,w?fWiL??ER?? Q' 4' "f ' Tiff?-?:!,'Wf.,,',,fr-Eg --f,,1" 'f " 1S"l' U Nia, 7 , V' ?lf"'3'i- J-E,i"'fwfd'la'-Tl? . "' T'??3W -Y-YY: 'l' f"'3?-,'. ': 5 'F' 2' -'-. 1 W.. .xi 'W-'M 1,4 Ni "W,---,S i-"Sw--Ev-,vk,','iw,,1,,4Q'aF"-4 -ww' 6,--21. 'f-, '-'wzqiv-I mm ,, Egsgww'-',',"'im? ' NF '1 T,-'W - 'gg-is QL-5-iii, M ,Q-,Q Jn- f-l ,g?a,', -SP' ,,,, ' -L IW -'WWgM'5. '1 -"3'1'Zy,,, fm. ' 11 " Kffifyf .' w5f"u-T3-- ' I3-wif?-1,1 :- E53 "'i414"5'- E-"5I12Q -LF P" 'P a3Y if '-I n"r"" v :'.- E'r"',1 T-7"" gf " nf 1- mylar?-:m:i',l"L'-M 2, 1"-,L,7"1 ,'11f'e.4 ,.,.fZ"7'- :.i7'2'-G:-v-ii LV',5'A:,' ,"" ' 3 -.., '-5 -44.5 ,- ' ,iw ,'?,,' P--,, . 1 -Q ' , Q Hm',.., . '-ga f."1"-'-2,,,f',e'.-w,fPw f 4 ,,. , 'L 1 '-K..-.a F--'v4,,-7'-11l ,,,, w --,e--,v.uv-'Aw ., - ,.1,' '- -,, L- .ff,,',.'H,, W,-:', 4----rf, ,-2, -:-.4 2-1, ,,w,I,1,,fE1,,a:'. qi ,,,, , .- ':", . ---- 'ff-gp ew .- 41'-V N' '1"' . iff, f., 'k.,'f.-mi". '5' 'p 1 -'?" - fy-Q.. .-, .:.-.3 aww gi! Nc' 1' UL"'w'G -:ville ,' ',, , WW", '-t",5,f'i-:J1 -' i,' ,-wa, . '-, " 3 'M-., BRL Q ii'--w,-911.51 - V " 'T'-2513? ,ws -'1..' -' ii ' -xl' ,SSW i'?Z"'?'l.3F5fifi',-fP.f a,f!iffi5fF'f'FIflf' ?' " 2 '1 'i'1?5"'-753,'G-4'3::1"f'-H4-i6'i',',1'3'-' , ' F' -'- V375-',fE9i " ."T- -L 4 '. ' .,-W W ' M- 7 -:'. ' f ff - 32-. '31"': 'f:',,-3, ,f- f' -',' ":"?:':-Q qiiwy' .1 WW: H -53'-. H 'fr-'.' - 'tf'fZ"V1-':1"-2? '51-"" , '-'H -:.'.,"'- ',. "W '1 '-4-. - ,, ff ' V-' ,?.iii5TWA "'-'W ' ii, f ",. ..,q - u?,Q5i"'f,", WW? ffQf",f'xl.2" -5' 35" V f'EGi' ,', 'Q z- M -. 2J',',A9 ,j?1fY',." "i,,'5wL,, "U5M, Hifi, .J ifj'Lz?-'Ki "., '?+?',':.,3,H1,,'f NK 'Elf' , w w ? ,J1'a'?QZ1?f3'fJ-5236:-' "':- ' i','H-fidflhlffll-,F',f, --"'f WZ.-"W"':iHEw'',--,,-5-E,,f-ff3-I1-,-- ,AT ," ' 3' W"-. ,Ez-W W "U, 1 1 'gh 1-ff," - ,'L,'L:2-,'v".,f!g -- law' . - '-4 if 'M A . .ix Q-2,5-'.?f-'---,fJ""'--ir," -vi -nu uf Kel- , ,"':f-.-.-1-ga'-F1 .. . - 'gm , Q - ::,-.,',:vL.'-.:,-4,3531--.,' 'ggfW:'s! lb., ,' ,- 'N Q, -4-. f ,-W, -" fm --'-',-'ff-2-..-'Q' Mx.. . ,.,,-. if . "'-'Q'-1-V 'H-i's?'n'5f,tf'ME2-,1,,1e,u,.-,rife . ':. iLv'9-,,'1-iq '11-1' G ri2,wf'fr1'?'qp,,,E,34Q1""" f l'5-5-.,,m"',P,- "l1-3'fk-h',sixf5,'.g,,Q,h5Q.'?,'QT14'-F- , --ag' - Q5'.a,,.i, 'QQ'-:f1?v:T,,""--:,,,u.m'L- ,Q Wifi!"- 'f1EQll' iw -g -1" ' - qu, 'g .E wiaiff-...avg-,A.-Q...-4-, -1, -., a'f"m,',Py-1 ','-' V, ffl,-, LP ' fn- af- , wg ' ml- ,'!' , E,g"wsw?m.-'f f g ,f"" 1- -', -1. bs. '!9i""'- glfifu. ,x2'v, .,.,f31-,,, -,-ff' ff-ffl ,'Q,,,.7f'if'9z',,,g a ,H .----1 Fw --' 251- ,j115f. j.. Wi-. '-' L.i'Q'Y"""'--"EERE-A,fI1,,5J' 'e"-v,- ,,'f'-m,,v.:-Q. 'bf-. ff, v ",' ,wid f",r'1'f,ffi.rV,ggE,-Q-,'. LFP, ,.5., ' '. .-x.,,.: e-' -.fig-----41 ,:' - M1451- ":' 4w,yg. QW,-2 -W-'1 Wi-ur? ,-,1f?.qL1,-as .-,-"'?::'i"?:- M: --kiwi, 1, 1 fs , i' 3f'-Hlrt' Y' WMS", '-'?',- -"WHY, af -' ,' 'ml' M -M - "V ',' - , -- pk , ,,'f, Pl ..:'1 an., MH,-g'.' .C'r'f,.. .A gr,-"'E+f-W -Ml-f i'E?4.',,-11'15f - REFER' ' ,.1fa5,1,:?fr3?Zs,,+2,.- - Mas' Cz", W S' ".- 1,531-'-v5.',.'i',': :Ea 'V FF' Q' 1g'dfCiiM!H1,Wgv'l'E'E jg?-',ii':'6'?fi5Jfffi-f "?1f?f'E,:- ' 21-' 'L,:1-2122? Ti, ' Nfxf ffafgw' , ""2' 'f '-.Wi-f"'f."?',",-'Mv,-'F-Fil" 2 4,'fiQr.P, 1iEff?fJ-1'f5,,a- '1',f , -kg ,"",1'm1,,- fi-92,5--:rPf2,,,g:',u - ,,' 5. '.,w',:.s,g.1",g"1i."i,.-Q'-,fs-1g1'Q39 ,,f,' .?" 3,'i24fQ4i: ' ',,,'.,,, fi' f.E.,,:3...T"'.'.",,2,E','u"" ?'1',,w,. f', ' 'ERS'-:' -,1':,iFk"hf4'm " Q .'ig,,'!: ,ji--.hf'7r', ' "- "V,-'-43. .Him - V ",,rU','5': Yagi , Tw'-,, ,ff -3 pu-0? -lgg fg ,gl- ,, ,-f f-fi-,, Z f - ..- - -'Hi "' y ,,E.-g"M,"',j ?ff' '25-'fwfr ,'1',,zfg-E' -1-' 'img-'fiie , '-1"-I-H2 'W-15.1-" -' .4 - , L ' J '1',"f. ' -m-lv sf ' ".f:...' I N' ff fi '- -f,5W'i-M , ' -' -wr' ,", ,ff '-1,-""",""'. . ',.. , vm ,,',fpTw'w2 ,-,sw .-, -. ..-'V' 11" wwf'- . " " ' . -.. f--,, .2-1. -1. , .L 4. .,..'. m,.f ., .,f.d .. ..., .im g .. . fi , W,-Q , 3 m vgfff- ' " 1-' 2- q., -f:" ',g:- qw, ,,:",, , 1.1 -iw" fy' , " l ':,'g-"':. "-1:- ,, Ya .Ti L , ',., 1 ff- "1 ,.- AI ..ej,'+,'."--f' ry 'Y - I- , ,- J Z' -R , - 1-r ,', - H' fgi-.9 7 -- , T E 3 NU' Hi- S- 5" '1"i"' 5 is "'f"9 'E, ' ' . F FJ"",,i?3''5,?f,-'gn--11' " .,. " ',+'-2 'V 4.-Q V Ari ?' - 1.-.Fi-55:5 if J ' "J !'!5'1'- " "',35?TeE ' 4 ,g -,if .3-Eglm ' ' ,,,ffy Qi, :rH"'Pi' H,"'QEf34 :, :fL"5 " ?3 'ff"f -, 355.2-"'-'5:5i'.?'-'W M, I L, E E 2 5 3 Q E I E E S E 5 Q E :: 5 1


Suggestions in the Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) collection:

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

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