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Ist Row-Humphrey, Perry, Sutton, Wilson, Ammons, L. DePriest, K. Crow, Hil-
liard, E. Crow.
2nd Row-D. DePriest, Howell, Stephens, Hudson, L. Stanfield, A. Stanfield,
Reavis, Ralls, Ruth, Mrs. Smith.
September, 1936 found nineteen bewildered Freshmen entering the Home
Economic's Department of Martin College. They soon found that Home
Economics consisted of more than dress making and cake baking. Under
the supervision of Mrs. Walter B. Smith the courses of study included
original designing, color harmon.y, dress construction, house designing and
furnishing, budgeting, and house management, child care and training, ex-
perimental cookery and meal planning. In each course individual projects
were planned and carried out.
One of the main projects of the department was the management of the
tea room. This gave each girl of the Home Economics Class an opportunity
to learn managing, buying, and selling. The class was hostess to several
social occasions throughout the year. An exhibition was held the last week
of school at which time the students displayed the products they had made
during the year. Smocks, dresses, books, children's clothing, and numerous
small articles were shown.
The new equipment which has recently been added to the department
includes two electric stoves and indirect lights.
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THE STUDENT COUNCI L.
Dorothy Fentress .... ------------ PFCSMCUT
Louise Dollins --,--,.- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.................. V ice-President
Christine Lane ....... ...........-------------------------------------- S CCTCUWY
Agnes Stanlield ,,,,,,, ,,.,.,,,,, H ouse President of Martin Hail
Jessie Reavis ,,,.,,,,, ,..... H ouse President of Tennessee Hall
Floy Goolsby ....
-------.-----Senior Class Representative
Sara Buford ................ ......... I unior Class Representative
' Katherine Stone ............... ........ D ay Student Representative
Dean Mary E. Meade ,.... ........................... F aculty Advisor
The Student Council is an active, essential organization of Martin
College. This group of girls, chosen by the students, forms the executive
body of the student government. These girls are confronted with problems
formerly faced only by the faculty and so they, and through them, the other
students, come to understand the wisdom of rules, all of which are made for
their ovvn protection.
The purpose of the student government is to train each student to
be a better citizen, to equip her to live with others in a co-operative spirit.
She is made to feel the responsibility that is hers, she is impressed with the
.importance of consideration for other people. Students under a government
of their own learn to be self-reliant, dependable, trust-worthy. These qual-
ities are undoubtedly requisites for successful living and so, surely, are
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