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JNL S T U D E N T S MT fp Orme 'MJ Q, NATIONAL COLLEGE TQ' CTF EDUCATION ENT T E M K UL TJ MW?EvANNoN mLmom:kiT FOREWORD The story of the emancipation of woman is that of painful and labor- ious struggle from the animal exist- ence of prehistoric times, through long ages of slayery to the tasks of rearing children and feeding and clothing the family, up to the pres- ent day when woman stands, inde- pendent, capable, the acknowledged equal of man. This new freedom has brought new interests, new , ij, " rp: P I 1-"'F1.l,.,ZI'fIIg!- wta V '4X.x f .... ,Ui vm . J" f V' Y :Q ,NNW lX'VW 'A ' ., y i ii ri ff i 1 if A A , ,w i I J , Al in , .4 Mi wQiQf7! 'f ffl? 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V A , ' I 1 'Wg V' " - g ' , V I rw ::- ' ,!.J fl 3 .1 as ' ' -W' ' ", A ,M I' V5 " 1 F .1 ' V .4 O A , , , ' ' 9 r ' " M 'I I' 'W' L-T. , .-- . .... l .- --U -.L - -....... .,,, .1-1 - ,,,N, -0-- -- -..f..- .A Zi-'jtzfg :-' -.., -, c--sl 1-'rr-..qu V f. -,.. - 'mi- HE spiritual power ancl aspirations of man, as all recorded history shows, are greater than the materialistic and selfish ambitions that are con- tinually urging him into conflict with his fellows. In all the great crises of civilization the world has been savecl, not by material prosperity, but by spiritual regenerationf' i ELIZABETH HARRISON 11" 1.1!- ' . -v- '. ,L-' pg, ' .-' ..-:N-..4.:i,.v..1 4,1 xl, , . " - ' 1 - k ,. .- ,,5f' I M. . o rw' QI ' Sul A -ww ' 1.x-1 W mx- "' ' . ,, , , Mi,-.wzlf v1K2:f.4,- V .f - 1 ff Z 4. I -? -2 ' EDNA DEAN BAKER Our President A College for Women! O, what is it like? A place where they live A full and rich life, With music and history ' With science and art- A place where they practice All that they preach, And give every student Some children to teach. It's fun and it's serious, It's hard work and play, Is National, our College, .gn - . ....f"' law ll,,Ll'1ll gl' l'0 YW fvolefl N' 5 J W .ffl . LL STAFF OF ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTION AGNES ADAMS, M.A. Social Science Reading and Language MARY ADAMS, M.A. Librarian Library Science FRANCIS M. ARNOLD Interpretation of Music History of Art CLARA BELLE BAKER, MA. Director, Children's School Organization and Construction of Curriculum Investigations in Reading NELLIE BALL, B.E. Director, First Grade, Children's School Reading and Language Childhood Education BEATRICE BILLINGS, B.S. Child Feeding Textiles and Clothing ,-SV Visco BOVBJERG If I . Playground Games Im gf' ii v . . f Manual Training X, f-1 I5 'J , Mental Hygiene X sUgr,l F MIRIAM BRUBAKER, B.S. Director, Nursery School, Chil- dren's School Nursery School Education MINNIE CAMPBELL, M.A. Childhood Education Children's Literature Rhythmic and Dramatic Play MRS. FLORENCE S. CAPRON Field Secretary S v .19 .am 1 wig Joi-IN A. CLEMENT, PH.D. Lecturer in Philosophy and History of Education CHARLES F. DAVIS, M.A. History Sociology HELENE K. DAVIS, B.A. Assistant Registrar ANNE DEBLOIS, B.E. Director, Jr. Kindergarten, Children,s School MILDRED DITTMAN Assistant to the Director, Children's School ELLIOTT R. DOWNING, PI-I.D. Science Geography Child Hygiene HAZEL DUCLESV, B.S. Speech, Chilclren's School MADAME E. DUMAS French, Children's School HELEN ECKER Assistant Librarian LOUISE FARWELL, PI-I.D. Child Psychology Problems in Child Development Measurement and School Room Procedure um. E , I-. Ty :L . ,,, . i -1 nf r,. , wx Y f V. , 1, .S -x CN.. e f HQ- x, Is, Is.. I -C I 1 fr. pvx. VR1. 'ix X K x l F i I 1 fl r. I ah. ' A ag. X fu 'X --- -.L I 1 V. 2 'Yi l 7 l 'IM 1 Rl I I l 1 L1 l AI '1 'im' R ' .!: ,EK-I fl - I A A Qi E1 I il . l .- 1 il !i l I 4 J' I . l. ll li nv lr ,,,, i xx '- lx . , , ,., . - A-'- . 'v ' ' . . V ' fix, 5 -55 '- ' ' , AH- .1 A . '. J V . 1 . .Ln'1'.44E 'cl ' . , , ll'-4 -V' ,..4-d"'F l f I i lf l r-. T .Er 41" ef, 1 Lx-ev w"' H l"1"'L 1' in , 4 A 11 il 4 ii' ,A V' MARTHA S. FINK, M.A. Parent Education Problems in Child Behaviour Measurements of Intelligence EDITH FORD, BA. Director of Sixth Grade, Children's School Techniques Arithmetic in the Elementary School 5 MARJORIE FRUIT, B.S Dietitian Textiles and Clothing PAULINE GALVARRO, M.A. English Composition and Literature MARY GONNERMAN, B.S. Director, Third Grade, Chilclren's School HARRIET HOWARD, M.A. Supervisor Supervision in the Elementary School Organization and Construction of Curriculum MARTHA HUTCHESON Dietitian, Marienthal MABEL KEARNS, B.E. Secretary of the College Personal Accounting BELLE KENNEDY Voice and Diction Speech Correction FRANCES KERN, M.A. Supervisor Orientation Childhood Education Nursery School Education -"Af if """7' ,Ns . sm. .-.X I M MRS. L. L. KIMBALL Social Director MRS. CAROLINE KOHLSAAT Music Education 0 MRS. MAURICE H. LIEBER Citizenship FLORENCE LINNELL, B.E. Supervisor o NELLIE MACLENNAN, B.S. Social Science Fine and Industrial Arts Manuscript Writing EDITH MADDOX, B.S. Director, Senior Kindergarten, Children's School Nursery School Education MRS. CAROLINE CRAWFORD MCLEAN Literature for Children Creative Arts in Childhood M. FRANCES MCELROY, B.S. Registrar Curricula in Teacher Training ELIZABETH MIDDLETON Assistant Librarian ETTA M. MOUNT Folk Dancing, Games Pageantry -II -X, l I 4 I . E i-,-Vg. 'Q X I,-5 -5 .Jef . ggi., W- 4 . xx. -.QE - 4" 4if44LI .I I. ..-I . AY. "fII+,I. I 3:-Q ii " fi1.fi-lI- '- I -I -N - I ' S1-.fx IQ... If . I xW l 1 HI , I . .Q .... he I RI E, ww I X k I . 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Psychology JESSIE WEILER RecreatiOn'Adviser DOROTHY WELLER, B.S. Director, Third Grade, Children's School Childhood Education Techniques Reading and Language X 'WMM' X flaw ESTELLE R. WELTMAN, R.N. Nursing LOUISE ST. Joi-IN WESTERVELT Voice Training Choral Singing MAY WHITCOMB Director of Publicity DoRoT1-TY WH1TcoMBE Techniques Fine and Industrial Arts Social Studies ANNE G. WILIAMS, B.E. Child Psychology History of Childhood Education Sociology MRS. STELLA KAHL Chairman of House Head of Elizabeth Hall MRS. KENTON H. CLARKE Hostess Head of Avilla Hall MRS. CORNELIA C. BURLESON Head of Mary Cooper Hall MRS. KATHERINE ELMORE Head of Gwendolyn Armour Hall MRS. JANE H. MILLER Head of Annie Phipps Hall AIU ' ' . '.:".--'zr41.mef. - . . -'f.:f.w-Q", '-Ang' lm.: f '4 L".-5 ' ' '23-Lilfi-R - 5 " T, in wsiul lf.. Q 4 - - , ti. .Q "im 6Yf'fS"' - .f,, , . - 5" "-L . 4. Ig., ' .-LH., ' ' V. - fix.. '1,'..'- " -' '1'f1ffF.au?'.1" 7 A-fa I.. S L-T fi- E E Q1 C 1 1, LEMA DAVIS Piano, Chilclren's School B. M. TLAURA HOOPER, B. A, LOUISE O. KAPPES, M. D. Examinating and Consulting Physician NINA KENAGY, B. S. Director, Mary Crane Nursery . I School Assistant Director, Mary Crane MRS. L. W. MASON, R. N. Nursing MARY POPE, M. D. Examining Physician MRS. CORA RITCHIE, B. E. Temporary Heacl of Elizabeth MRS. JEAN HYSLOP RUMRY, Music Education DOROTHY HATCH Assistant Director, Mary Crane Nursery School ALICE STOLZ, B. E. Nursery School STELLA WALTY, R. N. Attending Nurse RACHEL YARROS, M. D. Social Hygiene Qff-"T N-X Hall 2:Leave of absence 1931-32 r,'--I: fl SECRETARIES AND OFFICE l,l.f7-:.i'A-fl- ASSISTANTS f r ff' l ll l T -I Vt EVELYN A. ALLEN, B. A. .. V, CLAIRE BOUND y V- V' I' I A BARBARA LYNCH BRIGHTMIRE MARJORIE COOLEY DOROTHY MAY CATHERINE McCALL GRACE I-I. MUELLER EUNICE SASMAN, B. A. CLARA S. THOMPSON if Ermffi ,gigrffeif all 5 sh... -... .. .Q'f155is."" P147 Y ' L. 5' 5 4. , ..l FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MMENCEMENT PROGRAM Processional-Pomp and Circumstance .A.......... Elgar I Invocation .,A..A....., The Rev. Lawrence W. Johnson I In the Country ,,4,....,...,..,,.. Belgian Folk Song Arranged by Deems Taylor. Address ...........4,.4..., Dr. George Herbert Betts Northwestern University Thanlcs be to Thee 4....,....,..,r.,........ Handel Sound the Trumpet ........4.....,,....,..... Purcell Good Night ...,.....,,...., Czecho-Slovalc Folk Song Arranged by Deems Taylor. Go Not Happy Days ,..,,....,...,.. Davis S. Smith Presentation of Diplomas and Degrees .......,....., President EdnaDean Baker Alma Mater ...,............. Freda Gardner Morgan Presentation of Alumnae Scholarships. Awarding of Scholarships. Glorious Forever .......,.. . . . Rachmaninoff Benediction. Recessional-Marche Militaire ..... 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There was a tense moment as she explained the basis upon which the various scholarships were awarded-high scholarship attainment, outstanding ability in teaching, loyalty and co-operation toward the College and other stu- dents,-qualities recognizable to faculty and students alike. The Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship, given by the Alumnae Association in memory of one of the founders of the College and awarded in recognition of high scholarship, character and personality, was given to Leila Coldren. Leila held one of the demonstration school scholarships the preceding year, served on the staffs of "The Nationali' and "Chaff" and is a most popular girl, genuine and sincere as well as unusually gifted. The Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarship, the gift of the Alumnae Association in memory of the woman who, with Miss Harrison, founded the College, was awarded to Marcia Lundgren. Marcia also held one of the demonstra- tion school scholarships last year, was vice-president of the DAISY CHAIN THE Town Girls' Association and of College Council and had been business manager of "Chaff" and a member of the Daisy Chain group. The Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship was awarded to Catharine Hatfield, and Betty Carrington, well-known for her direction of the class plays, received the Eva Grace Long Scholarship, given in recognition of leader- ship, school spirit and co-operation. The Helen Grinnell Mears Music Scholarship, which carries opportunity for special work in music, was awarded to Rosemary Schiclcler, whose lovely voice has contributed to the joy of many school programs. The nine demonstration school scholar- ships, in recognition of outstanding ability in teaching, were awarded to Jane Bevenger, Betty Lee Gilman, Ruth King, Marian Leclcie, Louise Mc- Cabe, Marian Norris, Marjorie Pear- son, Mary Rug and Vera Thaleg. The Mary Crane Scholarship, with the op- portunity of assisting in the Nursery school was given to Virginia Wie- landy. joyous congratulation and contin- ued applause expressed the apprecia- Berry Lee Gilman tion and approval of the audience as Rosemary Sehiekler each announcement was made. THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION UR College days are over-when shall we again see the many friends we have made-friends that have come so close to us through the many wonderful experiences of our College? We don't want to feel that we are leaving friends, losing touch with them and with the College, and it was for this reason that the Alumnae Association was formed. Many girls who graduate fail to appreciate the fact that with their graduation they automatically become members of this organization, which is many times larger than the student body and quite as vitally interested in the progress and welfare of the College. The Alumnae Association is teeming with fun and activity. Friend- ships are renewed and new friends made, old times retold and many social contacts enjoyed, including the valuable functions which the alumnae spon- sor to interest prospective students in the College. Plans are being made for three luncheon meetings of the Association in Chicago next year, and in addition there will be the annual Holiday Tea at Christmas and Home Coming in the spring. The annual dues covering active membership are 52, and these, to- gether with other funds and gifts secured by the Association, pay for the Elizabeth Harrison and the Mrs. John N. Crouse scholarships, and for a contribution to Our Guidon sent by the College to every alumna. There are twenty-eight chapters scattered throughout the United States, with one in Honolulu. Look over the list and see if there is one in your vicinity. If not you may belong to the National organization,-or perhaps you could organize one next year with the assistance of Miss Dorothy Wel- ler, organization chairman. ALUMNAE CHAPTERS CALIFORNIA1EliZ3b9fh Harrison Chapter. COLORADO-Edna Dean Baker Chapter fDenverl. CGNNECTICUT-New England Chapter QNew Haven, Hartford, Greenwichl. ILLINOIS, IOWA-Chicago'Chapter South, North Shore Chapter, Margaret Farrar Chapter fLa Grange, Riverside, Downers Grovel Oak Park Chapter, Rockford Chapter, Spring- field Chapter, Tri Cities Chapter fDavenport, Rock Island, Molinel. INDIANA-Evansville Chapter, Hammond Chapter, South Bend Chapter, Fort Wayne Chap- ter, Gary Chapter. MICHIGAN-Detroit Chapter, Flint Chapter, Kalamazoo Chapter, Saginaw Chapter fOrganiz- ingl Grand Rapids, Holland, Hastings Chapter. MINNESQTA-Twin Cities Chapter fSt. Paul, Minneapolisl. NEBRASKA-Omaha Chapter. NEW YORK-Buffalo Chapter, New York Chapter, Rochester Chapter. PENNSYLVANIA-'Philadelphia Chapter. W1scoNs1N-Wisconsin Chapter. HAWAII-Aloha Chapter fHonolulul. " ' ' ' ' "' ' W kv!! -sw 41 . H ,Q-...-. as b,,0-..v.m EVA GRACE LGNG ALUMNAE RGCJM k IA., , :'1,i5jpA". -1 1,311 m, xg - A . 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The sfatus of the woman in Babylon was zuzexampled in arztiquily and compares favor- ably in point of freerhom and independenre with fuer stalgls in many countries of modern Europe. Girls as Well as boys attended the schools, bearing away the large rings which forresponded to the modern Rsheepskinv. Un- married nfomen of the upper class might cu- gage in Imsiness and hola' property. i lj P2 , , ...Msn . Jw ': 1,-.. Quia ll'-i?.fJ"i-I "L':a 'I'r:""""' MV' 11 W. J " 5 an Q f - .1 1,15 wif um, ' L -All - -"vw . ??'4e-V--fe S ,-ip' v""', -4.1 N' .1 - X :H NX eL,,1N.,A -A ' 4' we-Q ,i if .,- is A in i -mu . .., - . , I A ,. I...--. ..f- H vJ.:.-..- ', 7 gpv. I. ah - 1. .,... . -::1',l"r---a 4-A . 'ur' E... A E.-' ,. -', . 11' " . ' r' I t U.. ' , Y!..i' 4 K ,gf ?,ir gif 'xg E. .Q X, 1' 51 A ET if .nv .- f fl 11 4 r l 1 .T ,fim- .1 CLASS OF 1932 MARJORIE POST President Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MARJORIE POST, President JANET DAVIS, Vice-President 1931-1932 ET1-TEL I-IUBER, Secretary EVELYN BINNEWIES, Treasurer Miss DOROTHY MILLER, Sponsor 0 1 9 3 0 - 1 9 3 1 ALIDREY SCT-TAD, President FRANCES METCALF, Vice-President MARY KATHARINE GAY, President JANE GILLESPIE, Vice-President LUCY BOIES, Secretary HAIQNAH SOLOMON, Treasurer 0 1 9 2 9 - 1 9 3 0 FRANCES METCALF, Secretary HARRIET I-IALE, Treasurer 0 1928-1929 MARY PILLINGER, President I-IARRIETTE HOSKINS, Vice-President janet Davis Ethel Huber ,4 -md DOROTHY I-IARTMAN, Secretary BARBARA CRONK, Treasurer 0 Evelyn Binnewies Miss Dorothy Welle IV' MARY JOYCE ADAMS Boulder, Colo. B. E. Degree '32 ELSIE ANDERSON Evanston, Illinois Lois APPLEYARD Oak Park, Ill. Mid Year Club '30, '31 EDITH ARNOLD Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 CONSTANCE BERRUM West Allis, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 Graduate Club '32 JANE BEVENGER Dayton, Ohio B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 Cl'1ilc1ren's Play '32 Spring Fest. '31 Book Club '30, '31 O EVELYN BINNEWIES Janesville, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 Spring Fest. '31 Chilclren's Play '32 Thanksgiving Festival '31 Daisy Chain '30 Orchestra '29, '30, '31, '32, Pres. '30 Treas. Class '32 EVELYN BRADFORD Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Spring Fest. '31 Chilclren's Play '32 ALTHEA BRAUN Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 ELIZABETH BUCKBOROUGH Evanston, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Book Club '32 ,1, ' rf' usa A K 4 ' . . A w-1'f.,.-- I I ff l FT fir i , --4 if .4 4-' .1 FT ,, ... ,. , ,, - - ,E, THELMA CHALBERG Evanston, Ill. Kg. Ele. Diploma '31 BETTY CHAPPLE Flint, Mich. B. E. Degree '32 Midyear Club Athletic Club Dramatics Club '31 Spring Fest. '31 I ' ' MARGARET CHRISTIANSON Fargo, N. D. B. E. Degree '32 Dramatics Club '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 Chi1dren's Play '32 Social Chairman '32 LEILA COLDREN Brodhead, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 ' Dem. School Sch. '31 Elizabeth Harrison Sch. '32 Pres. Student Gov't. '31 Asst. Ed. The National, '30 Chaff Staff '30 Dramatics Club '29, '30 Christmas Fest. '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 Chi1c1ren's Play '32 1 FRANCES CONVERSE Pipestone, Minn. B. E. Degree '32 Book Club '32 Graduate Club JANET RUTH DAVIS Evanston, Ill. -'-sf B. E. Degree '32 College Council '31, '32 Vice-Pres. Senior Class '32 Dramatics Club Travel Club Daisy Chain '30 Spring Fest. '31 Chi1clren's Play '32 . KATHARINE G. DIACK Lock Haven, Pa. B. E. Degree '32 Student Gov't. '32 Business Mgr. The National '32 Spring Fest. '31 Chi1dren's Play '31 OLIVE DINGMAN Grand Rapids, Mich. B. E. Degree '32 Graduate Club '32 HELEN DUFRESNE Qi' Houghton, Mich. Y HOPE DUNAKIN V A y Grand Rapids, Mich. 'T , rg f af 'if b.. vf . . fs 1 4 f in B ,Mfg 3 1' I ff jf!-'H Ah, b 'V Q 4 X 2 I 4 If ...I f . I 1,39 S b f Q I f A fag 4 ..v, ,- MQW -'WY 'v"--' . rf' ' asv: - .-z?'N2w L .' .. ' . , , v..g.,,,.g t- ., -f .. ... .,, 1 N 'vi .M . , H .-... fn. eg i . ora. MARJORIE EISEMAN Chicago, Ill. Kg. Ele. Diploma '31 ' Dramatics Club '29, '30 Christmas Fest. '29, '30 Childi-en's Play ' Senior Conduct Comm. '32 Thanksgiving Festival '31 HELEN FLEMING Stillwater, Oklahoma HARRIET GARNER Willmette, Ill. JANE GILLESPIE ' Winnetka, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Vice-Pres. Class '31 Treas. Class '30 Treas. The National '31 Spring Festival '31 Pres., Town Girls '32 -I Chilclren's Play '31 Christmas Fest. '32 Choir '30, '31 Daisy Chain '31 Washington Pageant '32 D BETTY LEE GILMAN Kalamazoo, Mich. ll 443 'FP 1 2. ' v B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '32 College Council '32 Eclitor, The National '32 Nlidyear Club '31 Athletic Assoc. '31 Spring Fest. '31 DoR1s GRATZ Evanston, Ill. DOROTHY HALE Princeton, W. Va. B. E. Degree '32 ETI-IEL 1-lANsEN Chicago, Illinois Kg. Ele. Diploma '32 Midyear Club 1931-32 Travel Club 1930-31 KATHLEEN HARRIS Sterling, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 International Club '32 CATHARINE HATFIELD Danville, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 4 1 'Ei-aff" , I ' av' 4-' .. ' I-V' ig S x I , 'A rx' H I I V . . Q-S-4:14, A fff ff V, 53 I l f . f , Kp' L ll Eff F 'if 35, . ... 9- lf JJ l? I I - .I ., LJ ' '1 ELIZABETH I-IOLLENBACH River Forest, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Student Govt. Assoc. '32 Sec'y. Miclyear Club '29 Vice-Pres. Miclyear Club '30 Athletic Assoc. '29, '30 ELIZABETH HOLMES Evanston, Ill. Miclyear Club '29, '30, '31 "Y" Club Daisy Chain '30 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 Washington Pageant '32 . EILEEN HOWARD St. Paul, Minnesota B. E. Degree '32 Book Club '31 Travel Club '32 Spring Fest. '31 FLORENCE HOWARD Tucson, Arizona B. E. Gree '32 Choir '32 International Club '32 Graduate Club '32 Washington Pageant '32 . ETHEL HUBER Buffalo, New York 13. E. Degree '32 Sec'y. Senior Class '32 "Y" Club '32 Athletic Assoc. '32 Choir '32 GRACE HURST Louisville, Ky. MARION INGE Mobile, Ala. 13. E. Degree '32 Athletic Assoc. '31, '32 Dramatics Club '31 Miclyear Club MARGARET JENSEN Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Glee Club '31-'32 Midyear Club DORIS JOHNSON Cokato, Minnesota Kg. Ele. Diploma '31 VERA JOHNSON Wilmette, Ill. ' B. E. Degree '32 Glee Club '29, '30, '31, '32 Spring Fest. '29, '30, '31 Choir '29, '30, '31 Miclyear Club '28-'29 Christmas Fest. '30-'31 HM-sv MT? VESELA KASSABOVA Sofia, Bulgaria B. E. Degree '32 International Club Pres. Thanksgiving Fest. '30 Daisy Chain '30 i BERNADETTE KING Grand Rapids, Mich. Ag Wilmette, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Choir '32 Spring Fest. '31 Dem. School Sch. '31 Travel Club '31, '32 D RUTH KING B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 Daisy Chain '28-'29 Spring Fest. '30 Children's Play '31 GRACE KNEIPPLE Frankfort, 1nd. MARIAN LECKIE Evanston, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 House Chr., Town Girls '31 Book Club '28-'31 Pres. Book Club '30 Daisy Chain '3 0 LILLIAN LIEBERMAN Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Book Club '28-'32 31 Pres. Book Club '31 Spring Fest. ' MARCIA LUNDGREN Niles Center, 111. B. E. Degree '32 J. N. Crouse Sch. '31 Dem. School Sch. '30 College Council Pres. '32, Vice-Pres. '31 Vice-Pres. Town Girls '31 Business Mgr. Chaff '30 Dramatics Club '28-'32 Spring Fest. '31 Christmas Fest. '30 Children's Play '30, '31 Daisy Chain '30 MIRIAM LUNDGREN Niles Center, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 International Club, '31, '32 Crchestra '31, '32 Graduate Club '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 Children's Play '32 0 VIOLETTE MAGAURN Manitowoc, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 Orchestra '28, Treas. '30 Glee Club '28 SARA MAGELSSEN Evanston, Ill. . ' ,,: g 2'-7, .,'Tf:,f . 5.4 .f- M, ,X -.. J. : - -' f '--.xref -. '. .' Lj.HQAW L!-Qiillggi MT , -1: 4. J I I ln' dig- -Y mfs: 'A H-E .. :F "f1"' .aw -7. JS! ,Q rw ,RM 13, t.. I ' ..,- . W. f' ' ' .-NW' .46-,L-'C 1 hh Q ggi MADALEIN MARTIN ,V , ' """' Keyser, W. Va. JI' if B. E. Degree '32 Spring Fest. '31 - ,'31 ,I -,gif Glee Club '30, '31 Graduate Club '30, '31 " rzld ' "':..,y. . , . TRUE MERRILL " Washington, D. C. B. E. Degree '32 Glee Club '31, '32 "'1 71' International Club '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 I-af V .,,w ,V U f I . , V , 1 EI iii" ll W J F7 LOUISE MCCABE Evanston, Ill. Dem. School Sch. '32 B. E. Degree '32 Treas. Boolc Club '31 Dramatics Club '29, '30 Spring Fest. '31 ORPHA NIBLACK Chicago, Ill. o MARIAN NORRIS Sugar Grove, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 Dramatics Club '29, Treas. '32 Daisy Chain '30 Spring Fest. '31 Chilclren's Plays '31, '32 Thanksgiving Fest. '30 MARJORIE PEARSON South Bencl, Incl. B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '32 Choir '28-'32 Spring Fest. '31 Children's Plays '31, '32 Student Gov't. '31 Q BETTY PENGLASE Ishpenning, Mich. - B. E. Degree '32 Spring Fest. '31 ELIZABETH PI-IENICIE Green Bay, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 Chaff Staff '30 International Club '30-'32 Orchestra '29-'31 Athletic Assoc. '31, '32 Daisy Chain '30 Spring Fest. '31 Christmas Fest. '30 C MARY POPE Evanston, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Travel Club Miclyear Club '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 MARJORIE POST Wilmette, Ill. Kg. Ele. Diploma '31 Dem. School Sch. '31 College Council '32 Pres. Senior Class '32 Glee Club '29-'32 ' Glee Club, Sec'y. '30, Pres. '31 Daisy Chain '29 Christmas Fest. '32 Spring Fest. '31 Washington Pageant '32 F '4 1 , V 'I A ' ,, If ' ' ?5l ' ' 1 fig f 53 26. 5 " 'f '13 ' 1 -43 fi' If Ma.. WW fe was-V A 'Wk MARY RIEDINGER Marquette, Mich. B. E. Degree '32 Dramatics Club '31, '32 HELEN ROLLO Cheboygan, Mich. B. E. Degree '32 D MARY RUG Lyons, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 Choir '29-'32 Pres. Glee Club '32 AUDREY SCHAD Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Daisy Chain '30 Travel Club '29-'32 Travel Club, Vice-Pres. '30, Pres. '32 Pres. Junior Class '31 Spring Fest. '31 Washington Pageant '32 Ch. International Club Dance '32 JANET SCOTT Oak Park, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Children's Play '31 LAVERNE SIGEL Virginia, Minn. B. E. Degree '32 Travel Club '31 ELIZABETH SMITH Bay City, Mich. MARY LOUISE SMITH Baltimore, Md. B. E. Degree '32 Choir '32 SYDNEY SMITH Evanston, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Org. Mgr. The National '32 Travel Club '32 Spring Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 HANNAH SoLoMoN Helena, Ark. B. E. Degree '32 Class Treas. '31 i., lim- . f.. l If 'X'-'Lg f :':.'5?'f ' S -n mn. .., ...N i - C... 'egg A' NMA.. 1 '.w . ,-... H N. -752133 I 7 fi ',,'g-I.. wx -'..',5, e. ,. .- Tw 2. ,521 ll T. '-'Leif'-.' '- ' '- " 3 'fn' -' "fb-vi-' kr' A --H vm x 4 - . 1 .X ,-1.5, ' . 'Jw ,D -... ,,f pgf . 1 VIVIAN SOUKUP Hubbard Woods, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Pres. Mid. Year Club '31 Sec'y. Book Club '31 Art Staff, The National '31 Spring Festival '31 Wasliington Pageant '32 MINA SPIEGEL Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 VIOLET STRAKA . Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Travel Club Midyear Club '30, '31 Chaff Staff '31 Spring Fest. '31 Washington Pageant '32 VERA T1-IALEG Wilmecte, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Dem. School Sch. '31 Org. Ed. The National '31 Treas. Midyear Club '30 Spring Festival '31 ELEANOR THOMAS Eau Clair, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 "Y" Club Spring Festival '31 MONTINE VERNOOY Athens, Ga. B. E. Degree '32 MARIAN WATERS Sterling, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 LUCILE WIENKE Beloit, Wisconsin ROWENA WILEY Chicago, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 Art Staff, The National '30 Dramatics Club '29 Spring Festival '31 B. . LOUISE ANSON Chicago, Ill. o RUTH BITTLER A o RUTI-1 EVELAND Fairfield, Ia. International Club '32 LYDIA GREENE o LILLIAN ILIVA h Sofia, Bulgaria B. E. Degree '32 International Club '30-'32, Vice-Pres. '31 ,. o IRENE JANURA Berwyn, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 MARGARET MGCLINTOCK Philadelphia, Pa. Dramatics Club '32 o MARY MCCLINTOCK o CATHERINE NELSON Dwight, Ill. o ELIZABETH PARKER Topeka, Kan. BESSIE RIGG Q CAROLYN SCHAEFER Oklahoma City, Okla. International Club '32 o I-IILDEGARDE JOHANSON - Evanston, Ill. MARGARET SCI-ILOEMAN g Estherville, Ia. o ANN LAWRENCE Wilmette, Ill. B. E- Degree ,32 MARGARET SMITH Fenton, Mich. 0 B. E. Degree '32 Dramatics Club, Sec'y '32 MINA ULLMAN LELEWER Spring Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '32 Chicago, Ill. Q E. Degree '32 Dramatics Club '32 r Chmf '30 DOROTHY SQUIRE 0 Michigan City, Incl. BARBARA MUGGLETON . Janesville, Wis. B. E. Degree '32 Athletic Assoc. '29, '30, Pres. '31 Dramatics Club '29 MARGUERITE SULLIVAN Hyde Park, Ill. B. E. Degree '32 V I SENIOR FAREWELL SONG N. C. E., We say farewell, Alma Mater, dear to us. Your ideals before us, high, National, guide us through Our life alway. N. C. E.-It's the best school in the whole wide world! All hail to N. C. E. Words and MuSiC'-MIRIAM LUNDGREN. '-y..f,Q:'ers'::i.- sau.:-4. .V . - I - -r -'4- -' i' f. . . -'fm - , , , 'H -4" , mf I-1 'T- i -I I -.,.. "v, ., x. 'N flLEIiJJ Frm' I 1 ir V rl i lr' gun .- -. VI' --,L 'THEN :IEEE 1 .ii SENIOR CLASS H I STORY 61" HE Senior Class has at last reached the hurdle which has been before its vision for many school years. The four years of study that it has had here is ofthe finest training for what is to follow its leap. The class is leaving with the confidence that it is able to live up to that which is expected of it. As Freshmen the class had a hard time learning how to work together. It heard of units and came to realize that it was co-operation which made up their class unit. It was very busy with the fascinating experiences of ufirstnessf' The first registration, the first College Thanksgiving Fes- tival, the iirst time Miss Baker's beautiful Christmas story was heard, the first semester exams, and the first song con- test. The parade of the green gym suits across the stage indicated the hazy perception of what was expected of the class in a song contest. Then there was the formal held at the Evanston Country Club, the first May Festival, and . . . at last . . . the "first" year was over, orientation was complete. As Sophomores the class came back to school with the feeling of part ownership. There were classmates to greet and ties to be renewed. There were new responsibili- ties to accept, in the publishing of "Chai," and in student teaching situations. The traditional carrying of the daisy chain was an impressive event to the honored twenty-four students. S Juniors many of the fine leaders whocoulddnot return were missed. At last the point was- reached when it was possible to be the big sisters to some freshmen. The members were even considered well enough estab- lished to take part in the festivals and children's play. By this time co-operation was so good that when the third song contest came, the Juniors sailed right through to port and the baton. The successful formal netted the class a hundred dollars in the treasury. As Seniors the "lastness" of events as a class has been experienced. The Seniors sat for the last time in the gym waiting for excited students to clear away so that they might register. They had at last achieved the first rows in assembly. They gave their last dance, a successful for- mal, at the S. A. E. Memorial. The class was a reasoning factor in .government and activities, learning fast and teaching consistently. "Campuses" were given for the last time, tardinesses were challced up, the last lecture was heard, and the final examinations, which would qualify the class for degrees, were taken. Now ninety-four Senior classmates are leaving, following a new commencement in life. They have studied long and faithfully in these halls. They take away with them memories-the memory of a dearest friend, a favorite in- structor, and of a loyal, friendly, student body. 'T-T' " , ,- . . - .- ' - . ' 1 " ' --411.1-'fi ., ..,. W- ' '.,,,,' ' ,A ---' - . ..a,.'.. P: h . ' , M.,-qs .. V I 3441, . s ,. we mp, . 44' I 1 l . I lf.,-5 If is-e '-1 lvx, s se.- ir" "Wisdom alone is true ambition's aim, Wisdom the source of virtue, ana' of fame, Obtained with labor, for mankind employed, Anal tben, when most you sbare it, best enjoyed Ig' SH a-1 Nl lvl Iig !I low hi ij: 'J Ill , ! r l-A L' L a if 1 ! -x ,il . V, 2 L ' , ' X , 7. 'X' 1 ' W 1 E N f 1, M s, My s o p 5 15, 1, l l l it " ll - ss 5523 i p in Ei -at . if s W X K 'F '- I .? ,ws .' 1. 4 ll s i its R W l w i s si Kill jx A J U N I O R 9 The Greeks held that the "two great duties of a virtuous woman are to keep home and be silent". She was too far inferior, because of lack of ecfucation, to share in her hus- bana"s interests, and was responsible merely for the ordinary domestic routine, The women with whom the philosophers argued in the market place were not the models of feminine propriety! 1' I H, i NI' CLASS OF 1933 MARIAN MASTERMAN DUNN President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1931-19392 MARIAN MASTERMAN DUNN, President NANCY FANNIN, Vice-President Miss MABEL KEARNS, Sponsor I 9 3 0 - 1 9 3 ANGIE NALL, President . MARJORIE WALKER, Vice-President JOSEPHINE BLISS, Secretary MARGARET HOPKINS, Treasurer 1 ELEANOR WEEKS, Secretary LOIS PRUGI-I, Treasurer 1929-1930 CATHERINE PRESTON, President MARIAN MASTERMAN, Vice-President Nancy Fannin Margaret Hopkins BETTY CARRINGTON, Secretary BEATRICE FARRINGTON, Treasurer Josephine Bliss Miss Mabel Kea ns WWE SARAI-I ANDERSON Crofton, Michigan SI-IARLOTTE ANDERSON Minneota, Minnesota VERA ANDERSON Pyeng Yang, Korea Y Club '31 International Club Corr. Sec'y '32 ELIZABETH BARNSTABLE Waukegan, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 International Club '32 Glee Club '29 I I-IARRIET BARTLETT Drummond, Wisconsin GERALDINE BEHENSKY Oak Park, Illinois Kindergraten Elementary Diploma '32 Choir '32 MARION BENT Kenilworth, Illinois Choir '31, '32 Travel Club '32 MELVA BLAKESLEE Chicago, Illinois Book Club '30 Mid-Year Club '32 Washington Pageant '32 Art Staff, The National '32 JOSEPI-IINE BLISS Buffalo, New York Tribune '32 Sec'y. Junior Class '32 joke Ed., The National '31 Daisy Chain '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '30 Children's Play '32 HELEN BOEHRINGER Two Rivers, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Mid-Year Club '30 Choir '29, '30, '31, '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 Spring Fest. '31 ifG.13:.,, 'Z :7"L"'w ,mv--.' -if-I PI I "4"3.'7 "X ' wigs :RE-.',-.,.f . !,',:"-57: I 'ps ,Ty '35 KI., Z. 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"lo 'l" ' I l lil 5,21 li 1 . l Il ,A ': , 1- V' 1' l A lv r - -....... ,,.,.,,.. T: - VE BETTY BOICE LaGrange, Illinois Y. Club '31 0 ESTHER BRADLEY Wyoming, New York RUTH BRUNS Aurora, Illinois Y Club '30, '31, Pres .'32 Daisy Chain '31 Spring Fest. '31 Christmas Fest. '31 Choir '30, '31, '32 Dramatics Club '30, '31 HELEN BURKE Chicago, Illinois Asst. Ed. The National '31, '32 Chaff Staff '31 Dramatics Club '30 Book Club '32 Daisy Chain '31 FRANCES CAMERON Pana, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Choir '29, '30, '31 Christmas Festival '31 Sophomore Musical Comedy '31 Spring Festival '30 FRANCES CAMPBELL Highland Park, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Travel Club Christmas Fest'val '31 Chilclren's Play '31 Choir '29, '30, '31 Thanksgiving Festival '31 EVELYN CARPENTER Chicago, Illinois Dramatic Club '30 Town Girls Social Chairman '31 BETTY CARRINGTON Chicago, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Eva Grace Long Scholarship '31 Sec'y. Freshman Class '30 Dramatic Club '30, Pres. '31 Daisy Chain '31 Choir '31 Director Sophomore Musical Comedy '31 Junior Circus '31 Washington Pageant '32 Social Ch. Dormitory '32 DOROTHY CHALBERG Evanston, Illinois 3+5'73 Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 nz.-'::,a,, .--, 'Q .. .,Y Washington Pageant '3 2 ANN CHAMBERLAIN Concord, Massachusetts Sec'y Student Government '32 Glee Club '31, '32 Washington Pageant '32 EMILY JANE CI-IESLEY Armour, South Dakota Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Mid-Year Club '30, '31, '32 RUTH RANGER CI-IOATE Belvidere, Ill. MARY CLAIRE CLARK Gladstone, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 VIRGINIA CLARKE Grand Rapids, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Travel Club Sec'y. '32 Mid-Year Club ELEANOR CLAUSON Chicago, Illinois Town Girls Social Comm. '32 Orchestra '31, '32 Mid-Year Club Boolc Club '30, '31 Librarian '32 KATI-IRYN CLAYTON Chicago, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Dramatics Club '30 OLIVE DEHART Deleware, Ohio Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 CAROLINE DIXON Princeton, New Jersey Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Glee Club '29, '30, '31 Choir '30, '31, '32 MARIAN MASTERMAN DUNN Chicago, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Vice-Pres. Class '30,-Pres. '32 Chaff Ed. '31 Daisy Chain '31 Christmas Fest. '31 Glee Club '31 Washington Pageant '32 Refi! '4"lx., X 'F l 31 E-'wa MILDRED EDGAR Tulsa, Oklahoma JULIA ELVIN Wilmette, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Treas. College Council '32 Vice-Pres. Town Girls '32 Business Mgt. Chafl: '31 Glee Club '30, '31, '32 Daisy Chain '31 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Choir '31 NANCY FANNIN Phoenix, Arizona Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Vice-Pres. Class '32 Treas. Athletic Assoc. '31 Y Club Washington Pageant '32 JEAN FISCHER Ottawa, Illinois WINIFRED FISHER Alcron, Ohio Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Athletic Assoc. '30 Vice-Pres. Travel Club '32 JANE FRANTZ Wauwatosa, Wisconsin GERALDINE FRITZ Muskegon, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Travel Club '30, '31 GRACE FUKAO Honolulu, Hawaii International Club '31, '32 BEDE FURST Kansas City, Missouri Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Chilclren's Play '32 Chaff Staff '32 ISABEL GADDIS Chicago, Illinois , Daisy Chain '31 Y Club '32 Children's Play '32 ' ..,5 f-5.35 "l ' 'Wa' ' A " ur "-'T ' ' A -' ""v'-twigyiillf-- :fag L - - ik' Wrfbv " H51 Ll' 1 I tx, M tg- 1 I ,V ,,., a 3' , ' pa ,:. E. RUTH GOOD Hamburg, Iowa Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Washington Pageant '32 Athletic Assoc. '31 ANN GORDON Chicago, Illinois ETHEL GRAFF York, Nebraska Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Glee Club '31, '32 Pres. Graduate Club '32 HELEN GUTHRIE I Evanston, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Y Club '32 Dramatics Club '29 MARION HAND Bay City, Michigan Dramatics Club '32 Children's Play '32 ELEANOR HARMS Platteville, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 I Choir '32 Y Club RN S- Ll MYRTLE HARRINGTON Chicago, Illinois Book Club '32 Washington Pageant '32 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 Mid-Year Club '30 HARRIET HENRY Harris, Iowa RUTH HESLEY jerseyville, Illinois Kindergarten. Elementary Diploma '32 Tribune '32 Chi1dren's Play '32 Orchestra '31 Pres. '32 Choir '30, '31 Christmas Fest. Daisy Chain '31 LEAH 1-IIRSHBERG Bad Axe, Michigan Y '31 Choir '31, '32 Glee Club '31 Sec'y-Treas. '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Spring Fest. '32 4-,.,. X! 1-4- -I "QI - . -f .3- 4jg5:,fe:'f"4' -X, " " Mei :fx A' - I. I1 I-sf 5. .23 .fgfi -..E-"'d'1 ' 5 " 1,4 . -.- , A 4 -, . , ,5- -H At' ,. : .- 2 Izfflfffgiila f Q'-lQ'L-lffilf' ' " 11ff2'fl,-- A P' I2 -t, ,gn .,-1.4 ,' 35, ra, ,. 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Class '32 Chaff Staff '31 Y Club '32 Dramatics Club '29, '30 Daisy Chain '31 EMILY HOWARD Mount Zion, Georgia International Club MARY HUMMEL Muncie, Indiana Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 ROSEMARY INSKEEP Ottamwa, Iowa Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Athletic Assoc. '31 Dramatics Club '31 International Club '32 EVELYN JOHNSON Oak Park, Ill. Athletic Assoc. '31 JANE I-I. JOHNSON Des Plaines, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Fire Captain '32 Chaff Staff '31 Glee Club '30 RUTH JOHNSON Oak Park, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Dramatics Club '31 International Club '32 Art Staff, The National '32 VIRGINIA JONES Edgar, Nebraska JANE KELLEY Aurora, Illinois Chilclren's Play '32 PAULINE KIM Pyeng An Do, Korea is 5 K -vs Q' -A P: R. ,I Ki x, .iw IR. "el, fr 'fgi it if ELIZABETH KINDIG Evanston, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Dramatics Club '32 DORIS KING Hastings, Nebraska Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Vice-Pres. Student Government '32 Daisy Chain '31 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Spring Fest. '31 Choir '30, '31 ELIZABETH KLEMER Red Wing, Minnesota Art Staff, The National '32 ANN LEICI-I Evansville, Indiana Asst. Bus. Mgr., The National '32 Dramatics Club '32 Bulb Planting Fest. '31 Washington Pageant '32 CECILE MARKS Chicago, Illinois Mid-Year Club '32 Washington Pageant '32 Art Staff, The National '32 MILDRED MASON Racine, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Children's Play '32 Choir '32 ELIZABETH MAURER Norfolk, Nebraska Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Dramatics Club '32 JEANNE MILLER Sheboygan, Wisconsin Glee Club '31, '32 Choir '31 Spring Fest. '31 f MARY KATHARINE MURCH Clinton, Iowa Orchestra '30 LUCILLE MCDONALD Chicago, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Book Club '3 2 . ,K -Lf"::4 -f'r,. 7 a I .. --1' .1"' . A -' I,, w1"'GH'1'ffl .-v ,, ,N, Sf:--: I ' ' In--4 , '- ' Un,-I -' 'ur-ex., e .. I, .. '5 t., ,I,.f " . " '-'fl .1 fig:-!"i"z'W"' ' 'Y " I f '. 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' ,s A - , eff' , kiwi A f l A ,I ,lj 'ruin t U-' ' ilfll L , tix jff ,Ph gg, p 'L' 'T tl' ' f- .k., ,NI V V ' I I , '-1 ,ll .- 1-'ablm , Mx' L ,iff - T hnwhil , ----vgzs-'- A H rtfiel iw ' ' 'hi'-5 l Z-Q' L.Z,.i',' 'FL' KATHARINE MCMURRAY Washington, Pennsylvania ANGIE NALL Beaumont, Texas Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Pres. Class '31 Photo Ed. The National '32 Daisy Chain '31 Travel Club '30, '31, '32 ELIDA NELSON Hubbard Woods, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Sec'y. Town Girls '30 Choir '31 Daisy Chain '31 Christmas Fest. '31 Art Editor, The National '32 ELIZABETH NEVIN Custer, South Dakota Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Washington Pageant '32 BETTY NEWCOMBE LaGrange, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Children's Play '32 ELIZABETH O,BRYON Marshalltown, Iowa ANN OLSEN Waukegan, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Pres. Athletic Assoc. '31 LYNOR OLSON Owatonna, Minnesota HELEN PEARSALL Virginia, Minnesota Glee Club '31 Travel Club '32 CATHERINE PRESTON Lake Bluff, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 College Council '30 Treas., Town Girls '31 Pres. Class '30 Y Club, Pres. '31 Social Service Ch. '32 Daisy Chain '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '30 Art Staff, The National '31 '- 4:-1 ,qv '53 . f .4519- 1 5 1 1 iff' 'M' ' MADELON QUADE Wausau, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Mid-Year Club '30 Book Club '30 - Choir '31, '32 VIRGINIA RAMSEY Olsego, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma, '32 Dramatics Club '30 Choir '30 MILDRED REED Dickinson, North Dakota Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Choir '29, '30, '31 ROSARIO REGALADO Capiz, Philippine Islands International Club '31, '32 ROMAINE RENNIN Chicago, Illinois ELEANOR ROCKEFELLOW Wilmette, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 House Ch., Town Girls '32 Chaff Staff '31 Glee Club '30, '31 Social Chairman '32 Children's Play '32 FELICIA ROGALSKI Wheeling, Illinois Y Club '31, '32 Daisy Chain '31 Spring Fest. '31 Choir '31, '32 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Art Staff, The National '31, '32 FRANCES ROWLEY Richmond, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Daisy Chain '31 International Club '30, '31 Treas. Student Government '31 Glee Club '29 MARTHA RYAN Evanston, Illinois DoRA SANDERS Detroit, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 f'f'1i4 "WS-I! """f . , - .Haw me l I it "1 'Tb P -T 5 5 M? , ,-up IQ! I ,"'fi" 'S A Q. 5,1 4- ' ...J 7. . . - at . , 1 , -fu' si ,v , l MT. 'N , .q. .i , x . N.. In x uv. 5- .-W ' ,Ip-1 ', Y, ,vt-Y' ' ' .V . 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'30, '31 FERN SCRUTON Hamilton, Ontario, Canada International Club FLORENCE SEPAN Grand Rapids, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Glee Club '30 GRACE SEVRINGHAUS Evansville, Indiana Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 International Club '32 ALICE SHELDON Charles City, Iowa Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Sophomore Musical Comedy '31 Y Club '31 Sec'y-Treas '32 Chaff Staff '31 HELEN SHEPHERD Wilmette, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Choir '29, '30, '31 Travel Club Children's Play '32 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '30, '31 GENEVIEVE SHUMAKER Casper, Wyoming Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 ELSIE SMITH West Orange, New Jersey International Club '31, '32 Graduate Club, '31, '32 MARY ELLEN SMITH Flushing, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Y Club, '3 2 RACHEL SMITH Kenosha, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Book Club '31, Pres. '32 Daisy Chain '31 Children's Play '32 HELEN SPILLANE Wilmette, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Daisy Chain '31 Chilclren's Play '32 ' Washington Pageant '32 KATHARINE STONE Chicago, Illinois Dramatics Club '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Choir '31, '32 MARIE SULLIVAN Payne, Ohio Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Glee Club '31, '32 ADA THOMAS Highland Parlc, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Chaff Reporter '31 Choir '30, '31 Dramatics Club '30 International Club '30, '31, '32 Spring Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '30 Absence Comm. '31, '32 ELIZABETH THOMAS Riverside, Illinois International Club ANNETTE THOMPSON Winnetka, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Daisy Chain '31 Washington Pageant '32 Dramatics Club '30 C MARGARET VAN LEUWEN Holland, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Washington Pageant '32 Thanksgiving Fest. '32 Vice-Pres. Athletic Assoc. '32 HELEN VER PLOEG Oslcaloosa, Iowa ESTHER WAARUM Manitowoc, Wisconsin Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Bool: Club Washington Pageant '32 Athletic Assoc. '31 MARGARET WAIT Decatur, Illinois In - -J.-og..." . , . ,,.w.f-ff7E- 9. . .- -I n t.-"...g- .21 -iv-'W s-' W., 4-nv' - '. f 4 --- ' ' ff?"-""' ,- " vlvi 4' i,.- g':.Qv..- I V -A. s. .1 'f .4 ' Q 2 -Q S- ' I - 5' 53 H51 I ' N' ' . T' :IJ ' --f . 4 ' ' -,f-" . I 'ie S, ,-,,.f'- ' ':.,g. Q, fe--Q55 1, -3:3 - 11" XJ., . Nl 1-'-n E-,lp , if ', v V 1 .sci-8 11, :,,':3',: 3- " . ' . . ,Q-t:r-i A!" - 5 rig.-. .4-5' 5:21 , W 4 . Y - tif' f A4 -g yg Q, - ' , fif' ' ' , N.. ,If I I - 1-4.-.fi , Y 'a . 'P ., Nl 1 ,f:. -Q .I - .,. 'fm ,g. F - 1 . I JI. -.. ' ' .. I S-R-JI' ' , l '111'-457:-' l. -...I h . 5 ' ' '--at ' Lf .CW l N' fri W' Y ' V, ' ----,--.Ao I 3 - " ll rr i .Q ,- I W A . - 2 V if ' "V .i M lf' ' I ga I V' F ,.-- ' -ii: L:-- . . -I, A - X '7'4 "" il . l Ei. If 4' 7' "X ,:,T EP 5 ' ' . 1 sf NL- i K 'Z' , i if g m ei fl lE T2 1 ' I if 5. - . I I F -0 fl I l ,I .rj 1-li' ,.,-- vga- , , 'ff 131 g ggfff kl V' .2 ' s. .. am-, , 1 .f-f f 1 . mil.: , f I. i.?f,'. if '- pf'-we J - , . , J auf- Y 4 is . I ff' ggi' Y " I-fl,-,- ..'-f'- ' - . fl , X, . '- .1 l I ni F 'l gnllll il ' vlyilr l l I L I . I: l 'wk . ,i . , . YO ,V . 'ag , ,s . ,JI Q- fi Alf- 4' '1- ' F! U '- All' 3 . llllllllf g ' , lf ft. li - , 'in 52? - I ll lf' "il I - ll 1. ,' gl 1, ,, '11 A-." gf l L flv ., gl- Q " l', fir- ' .il 1 'W' ' . 4 -......,,,.,,,. ",T4, 1-4- - ffT"-'Z' -,IE iD,-.,, MARJORIE WALKER Chicago, Illinois Vice-Pres. Class '31 Daisy Chain '31 Choir '31 Book Club '31 Washington Pageant '32 Mid+Year Club '30 MARGARET WALTON Oskaloosa, Iowa Choir '32 RAE WEATHERHEAD Rockford, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Y Club Sec'y-Treas. '32 Orchestra '29 ELEANOR WEEKS Richmond, Michigan Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Vice-Pres. College Council '32 Tribune '31 Sec'y. Class '30 Daisy Chain '31 International Club '30, '31, '32 BEVERLY WHITE Sr. Louis, Missouri Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 Sec'y. International Club '29, '30 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Choir '29, '30, '31 VIRGINIA WIELANDY St. Louis, Missouri Mary Crane Scholarship '31 Christmas Fest. '30 Orchestra '32 ELIZABETH WILCOX Morris, Illinois SARAH WILSON Rockford, Illinois Kindergarten Elementary Diploma '32 4 9" MARGARET CONNER Hattiesburg, Miss. A ELIZABETH COOKE Fargo, North Dakota BETTY DOLTON Chicago, Illinois Book Club '32 SELMA FLESHAM Hubbard Woods, Ill. Mid-Year Club '30, '31, '32 DORIS GAGE Chicago, Illinois Kgn. Ele. Diploma '32 HELEN GENSCH Milwaukee, Wisconsin MARY GLED1-TILL Jerseyville, Illinois Orchestra, '32 -IEANETTE LAWRENCE Evanston, Illinois Kgn. Ele. Diploma '32 Choir '31, '32 MILDRED LINDWALL Iron River, Michigan 4 HELEN LOHELA . Laurium, Michigan LUCY MCRAE Chicago, Illinois Chaff Staff '31 Micl-Year Club 30 Orchestra '31, Vice-Pres. 32 Book Club '32 MARGARET PUTNAM Carson, Iowa GLADYS REEVE Evanston, Illinois Graduate Club '31 Mary Crane L JOSEPHINE REUSE Libertyville, Illinois VERNA SCI-IIERI-1oRN Hinsdale, Illinois GRETCHEN SWATZEL Parsons, Kansas eague ff- -is TTI: NX N V fj rr Fl lj- VV ligrilwg ami imfffff JUNIORCLASSWHISTORY In '29 and ,30 too National, we came to you. 'Twas a sunny day in fall When we came to National, With lots of pep To make our rep - We came to Harrison Hall. We stood in never ending line To register at tables nine- No pause for rests, We took our tests, Then viewecl the lake sublime. Miss Baker's teas we'll ne'er forgetg "So This Is College" think of yet, Our jolly plays, Those happy days, And all the friends we met. 1930 and '31 Soplzs and ob what Fun! Marian Masterman and her staff Got out the paper we call Chaif, Each fortnight now did appear Which ne'er before had happened here Our counsellors we thought so fine We invited them to come and dine a , At a jolly little cabaret Which we made just for that day. Then for supervisors every one A Rushin' dinner gave for fun, For oh, they did so much for us To catch mistakes and save a fuss. A summer garden in full bloom, Gorgeous flowers, sweet perfume, Lovely maidens, hanclsomemen, all Made our Sophomore Spring Formal Dainty maids in yellow gowns, ' Saucy tots as funny as clowns, With many a charming, handsome man, In the musical romance named "Diane" 1931 and '32 Don't you wish you were juniors too? Now Marian's changed her name to Dunn- What fun, a Dunn to get things done! She's our president now you know, So everything always runs just so. So many new girls appeared this fall We had a party to welcome them all, We danced in the gym and had such fun Then dined downstairs and met everyone. At the 'Faculty Bazaar we had a Circus too With a parade, then shows to entertain you. 'Twas as fine a circus as one could throw For everyone helped to make it so. The Juniors and Seniors gave a play, All about Washington and his day. Hope was Martha, Ann Leich was George,- They even remembered Valley Forge. Our formal was at the "Sovereign" this year Everyone had a good time we hear, In a beautiful ball room with a jolly good crowd We felt 'twas a dance of which to be proud. We'll never forget the Song Contest, With two of our songs chosen best, And the silhouettes in our large song book, So they told us, very well did look. Our sponsors we shall ne'er forget, Miss Mabel Kearns with us has met, ' Miss Dorothy Whitcombe helped us too- Working with us to see things through. The corporation has been complete The spirit of the class just try and beat We wish to thank you for all you've done National, you've given us so much fun. . Y 1 A 1. A A I 4 K4 pL,..-- ' r' ' -,.s f' - ..a --was- . -isw eiw N x .. s. .,z,:::'-L ""' , -sw., ..... K 5' 9'.f'F: N5 . 'x ,. .. .5 F- I Q " "f"'fyfv9' . 549.55 -3 'J N '-- Q Q wY.f' T... -r'Y"' - 5 ,sf-2 - .H 1, . , qf X J. ,,,' fi 5 rfiinf Zi' iii T 5' TA f 'L' 'L' ig, ..f'i4.g,: - L? .-3 i i ' K' ,f 2 FA' N "-s",: :hh rl -3- Ip , sw ' ,f Eiff? lim- ,W X15 ' 'r A-.Tia I A I 3 " ,, rig" . N' -r -. xii,-'gig fl , '- GI' Ni---N M M o f' gfyfr, ' EEST' '! 19.5,-if ':V'f't-I.: - Q", r' sh W A , - A 'Q .., -R. r . , N54 " " Il k..n.M .- wwfil-.. -- . -- . -,,-,az-7-LQ! . fl ,FFA .447 lyk' :flax A , N:f'f++:,a'i 'D L -mfg Ravi? ' ff- ' fig GS",-52,1 ' V ,,fT,r.' 4559 ..- x N' Affgi F 1 A' , w.,..7 .X A Eng? f f":,, 5y':5,'--ff jj s 142. rs 'S ff' o' sasexazqv ' QL .ti , 1, - I f.-7-lf" !i - ,.-: .,,,M .. -h, M - riff-sr-1:1-1 . z. 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' -' A' 'Jjv gi, In nv . :Q 'TL A3.n2'.g.,M H N QP - ji - dm. :gil I "" , A A .JJ tg, .- A , ... -vb ' 'X UE lf' f 1 aff ' , -ff. - 1' -- Q' W- MX 'f H 4 M Q L ,U x gl.-2sF7,ZF'::':4.:3?W d i ' ,M g l. 4 Roc, SOP!-IOMGRE 'Although the father was head of the family and arbiter of life and death, the home life of the early Romans attained a high standard and woman was given an honored place. Girls received the same train- ing as boys from the grammarians. From early times Women took part in religious cere- monials and in Rome the Vestal Virgins were a privileged class. 22Y,1t'f . . " A ?-- . ' ' '.' ln" .""" . - P' - ,,..e . 1.31" ,N ' ' 'M - - 4 14- - .,..nr' . , W' -A ,of , . N- v-lf!'F"- .f v Sw , . .1 1 Y .a .V .-.-, . J -.sl-' n-2-+?:,'u, , if ,,, rf, 4-' 1, f - f ' i CLASS OF 1934 1975 'W' JANETTE GARDNER C President SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS f 1931-1932 JANETTE GARDNER BETTY OHL Ig H President Secretary I' 1 GLADYS PANTON ADELAIDE BROWN f Vice-President Treasurer 19 ,O H Miss -IESSIE WEILER Sponsor xg ui- i . 4 1 9 3 0 - 1 9 3 1 lg 'Y MARY CATHERINE O,BRIEN DOROTHY SCI-IOENFIELD Q A f President Vice-President . T RUTH KANBERG I-IENRIETTA MCELROY A Secretary Treasurer C Gladys Panton Berry Ohl Adelaide Brown Miss Jessie Weiler 9-1 l 5. 1 if 4-A f. I if ? if YA SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY QM AKE our campus beautifulf' seems to be the slogan of the Sophomore Class. In the spring of their Freshman year they joined with the Sophomores in plant- ing poplar trees across the south and west of the campus, and the rapid growth of these saplings has been a matter of intense interest. In October a Bulb Planting festival was held under the direction of the Sophomores, and a thousand tulips were planted in the grounds in front of Harrison Hall. The College Orchestra assisted with the ceremony of the bulb planting, which was given in the form of a pageant in which ten girls in Grecian costume participated, with Ann Leich as the Queen of the Autumn. A similar festival was held annually when the College was located on the South Side of Chicago, and the Sophomore Class felt it was a custom worthy of being revived. Credit is due Jane W. Johnson and her committee for the success of the affair. In November, a Sophomore dinner was held in the College cafeteria, with Molly Gilman, social chairman, in charge. The tables were arranged in the form of a horse shoe, and were prettily decorated in autumn colors. Dur- ing dinner College songs were sung and entertainment was furnished by members of the class. The guests included the class sponsor, Miss Weiler, and the Misses Brubaker, DeBlois and Springstun. The evening provided an oppor- tunity for the old and new Sophomores to become ac- quainted. The Thanksgiving Festival included members of the Sophomore Class this year for the first time. Janette Gardner, president of the Class, Virginia Anderson and Jane Wilcox were chosen for this honor. The sale of "National,' stickers was started in October. For a year the girls had been clamoring for stickers, and only those with the old initials, "N. K. E. C." were avail- able. Now luggage, notebooks, cars and dormitory rooms advertise National in scarlet and white. The girls concocted a clever stunt for the Song Contest, and though their plane didn't fly into first place-after all, it's just as well to leave something to look forward to in the Junior year! And was their dance at the Edgewater Beach in April a success? Ask anyone who was fortunate enough to be there! ' X iaFll'W lf-Ertiiil CLASS 1934 Top Row-Cornils, Dittmar, Finlay, Blackburn, Franz, Dickinson. Second Row-Adgate, Bittler, Anderson, Boergert, Freiberg, Brauns, Ellis. Third Row-Burritt, Ohl, Panton, Gardner, Brown, Donlon, Childers. Fourth Row-Baumgartner, Edmonds, Eldridge, Borre, Droz- dowitz, Flora. BETTY ADGATE Wheaton, Illinois ZORAIDA ALEXANDER Grand Island, Nebraska ADELAIDE BROWN Des Plaines, Illinois Book Club Treas. Class '32 ISABEL BURRITT lflllg Dramatic Club VIRGINIA ANDERSON Houghton, Michigan Craft Club '31 KATI-IRYN CASTOR Oak Park, Illinois Joke Editor, The National Annual '32 Dramatics Club Thanksgiving Fest. '31 N. C. E. Sticker Committee DOROTHY BALDWIN Berkeley, California LOIS BAUMGARTNER Frankfort, Illinois Dramatics Club '31 International Club '32 RUTH BITTLER Fort Wayne, Indiana Dramatics Club '32 MAR-IORIE BLACKBURN Chicago, Illinois Town Girls, Treas. '32 Book Club CAROLYN BOERGERT Saginaw, Michigan ANNA MAE BORRE Evanston, Illinois Vice-Pres., Book Club MARTALISA BRAUNS Buffalo, New York International Club Treas. '32 Evanston, Illinois Dramatics Club '32 HU YUN HWA CHANG She Kang Ku, China International Club '31, '32 MAR-IORIE CHILDERS Springfield, Illinois Dramatics Club '31, '32 EMILY CORNILS Chicago, Illinois International Club '32 RUTH DICKINSON River Forest, Illinois Dramatics Club '32 Bulb Planting Festival '32 Dramatics Club Play '32 CATHERINE DITTMAR Saginaw, Michigan ELSIE DODO Wilmette, Illinois Dramatics Club '31 CAROL DONAHUE Sandusky, Ohio Bulb Planting Fest. '31 CLASS 1934 To Row-Hof Gleim Ha es McCaslin Jameson Hed es Grins an P ' P 1 1 Y 1 7 7 P ' Second Row-Nadler, Johnson, Hanks, Graves, Jesse, G1lman,,Jones, McClurken. Third Row-McElroy, Kale, Jahnke, Gordon, Grimmels man, Hansen, Hild, Mansfield. Fourth Row-Mueller, Furuhashi, Law rence, Grubb, E. Johnson, Mrs. Jacobsen. MARGARET DONLON JANETTE GARDNER Chicago, Illinois Riverside, Illinois Choir '31, '32 Class Pres. '32 Christmas Fest. '30, '31 Art Staff, The National '31, '32 JOSEPHINE DROZDOWITZ Evanston, Illinois EDITH EDMONDS Glencoe, Illinois Chaff Staff '32 MARY MCRAE ELDRIDGE Wilmette, Illinois STELLA ELLIS Oconomowoc, Wisconsin M. FRANCES EMBREE University City, Missouri ROSE FEIMAN Wilmette, Illinois JANET FINDLAY Chicago, Illinois VERNA FLORA Elgin, Illinois HELEN FRANZ Springfield, Illinois Choir '31, '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '30 Athletic Assoc. '31 VIOLET FREIBURG Winnetka, Illinois HATSUKO F URUHASI-II Honolulu, Hawaii International Club, Vice-Pres '32 Chaff Reporter '32 Dramatics Club '31 International Club '32 Athletic Assoc. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 MAURIN E GEISLER Lafayette, Ind MARY ELIZABETH GIBB Bay City, Michigan MARIANNA GILMAN Kalamazoo, Michigan Social Ch. Class '32 MARION GLEIM Kalamazoo, Michigan NETTIE GORDON Chicago, Illinois ALICE GRAVES Rockford, Illinois Choir '32 ROSEMARY GRIMMELSMAN Birmingham, Michigan HELEN GRIMSPAN Des Moines, Iowa JANET GRUBB Chicago, Illinois Pres. Dramatics Club '32 Christmas Fest. '31 Thanksgiving Fest. '31 Choir '31 9' .1 , . K- 1 g , I 4 5 1 Y,- ETIIIVE f Q Wg QZXQTHI? E I CLASS OF 1934 Top Row-Wilson, Warkentine, Stewart, Smith, Plichta, Murdock. Second Row-Vanarsdell, H. Smith, Roller, Westbrook, Walkey, Wil- cox, Reeves. Third Row-Wilcoxson, Zang, Newmark, Vinecore, Ober- weiser, Schoonenberg, Paley, O'Brien. Fourth Row-Stephens, Royce, Spray, Schoenberger, Robertson, Solomon. ANNA MARIE HANKS Denver, Colorado Book Club '32 DOROTHY HANSON Highland Park, Illinois ALICE HAYES Evanston, Illinois Orchestra '31, '32 Choir ' MYRA HEDGES Chicago, Illinois DOROTHY HILD Chicago, Illinois Book Club BERNICE HOPF Chicago, Illinois LELAI-I HART JACOBSEN Makeeney, Kansas MILDRED JAHNKE Chicago, Illinois Dramatics Club '31 Athletic Assoc. '31 HELEN JAMESON Evanston, Illinois Book Club FLORENCE JESSE Shelbyville, Kentucky ELIZABETH JOHNSON Port Huron, Michigan Dramatics Club '32 32 JANE W. JOHNSON Elgin, Illinois Student Government Treas '32 Chaff Staff '32 Glee Club '31, '32 Bulb Planting Fest. '31 MARY JONES Evanston, Illinois Chaff Staff '32 Book Club '32 Absence Comm. '32 VIRGINIA KALE South Bend, Indiana Chaff '32 Glee Club '31 Orchestra '32 ESTHER KOVINSKY Pontiac, Michigan Editor Chaff '32 International Club '32 Bulb Planting Fest. '31 HELEN LOWRANCE Dramatics Club '32 MARION MANSFIELD Washington, D. C. International Club '31, '32 Chaff Staff '32 Choir '32 ANNETTE MESSCHER Chicago, Illinois ,IEANETTE MUELLER Chicago, Illinois International Club '32 DOROTHY MURDOCK Janesville, Wisconsin RUTH McCASLIN Sterling, Illinois Book Club MARY MCCLELLAND Barnesville, Ohio Glee Club '31 Athletic Assoc. '31 IRENE MCCLURKEN ' Pinckneyville, Illinois International Club '32 HENRIETTA McELROY River Forest, Illinois Treas. Class '31 . Dramatics Club '31 Athletic Assoc. '31 FANNIE NADLER Peru, Illinois International Club '32 Choir '32 JANE NEWMARK Newberry, Michigan Sophomore Fest. '31 Chaff '32 Glee Club '31, '32 Activities Comm. '31 HELEN OBERWEISER Menasha, Wisconsin Craft Club '31 Orchestra '31, '32 Athletic Assoc. '31 FRANCES O'BRIEN South Bend, Indiana - ELIZABETH OHL Evanston, Illinois Sec'y. Class '32 Dramatics Club DOROTHY PALEY Wilmette, Illinois GLADYS PANTON Detroit, Michigan Sec'y. College Council '31 Vice-Pres. Class '31 Chaif StaH: '31 Travel Club '31 JEAN PATTERSON Winnetka, Illinois Dramatics Club ' 32 PHYLLIS PLICHTA Wakeneld, Michigan Choir '31, '32 Y Club BARBARA REEVES Stockbridge, Michigan IRMA ROBERTSON Missoula, Montana Dramatics Club '31 MAGDALENE ROLLER Boonville, Indiana Book Club '31 RUTH ROYCE FLORENCE SCHOOENEBERGER Escanaba, Michigan Dramatics Club Bulb Planting Fest. '31 ETHEL SMITH Watseka, llinois HELEN SMITH Chicago, Illinois ,Glee Club '32 SYLVIA SOLOMON Pontiac, Michigan International Club '32 Orchestra '32 LEONA SPRAY Shabbona, Illinois MAMIE STEPHENS Villa Park, Illinois Book Club '32 EDITH STEWART Chicago, Illinois ESTHER STODDARD Wilmette, Illinofs BILLY VANARSDELL Shelbyville, Kentucky Travel Club LEDA VINCORE Rutland, Illinois Craft Club '31 Dramatic Club ROSEMARY WALKEY Wilmette, Illinois Athletic Assoc. '31 LOUISE WARKENTINE Michigan City, Indiana Chaff Staff '32 Choir '32 Dramatics Club ALTHEA WESTBROOK Glenview, Illinois Travel Club '31 Y Club Rep. '32 GRETA WESTERBERG Glenview, Illinois International Club JANE WILCOX Morris, Illinois Thanksgiving Fest. MARJORIE WILCOXSEN Springfield, Illinois Chaff Staff '32 Sec'y, Athletic Assoc. '32 Bulb Planting Fest. '31 Tree Planting Fest. '31 Social Ch. Class '31 GAYLE WILSON Port Huron, Michigan Escanaba, Michigan - , , - , Z Y Club 'sz craft Club '31 Ch""Bf1f,' Singfgmglf 9225 3 BETTY SCHOENBERGER Chicago, Illinois JEAN ZANG Kewanee, Illinois lf ..wPF' 1, ' '...- '11-. .-a A 135. Q-' 4 Af' .H ...- - ,,,,.. ",,...I . A - 1 A- Q,- zl .--v .-..-.-' I .':..fw-H- ' - fem - --A-1, 1 .'l ' -, rw . - A . is 1 .4 . I 1 . . x..'.VAU- 'fpx:,'. , -,.z.,':L'-..,. vw , ,.-H, ' ..-,. ,. , . e,,1...v... . -N-. -"' ' , mg sf' :?'.lf.1': r" - ,J 'kj 1-77 I ld :ffl ,RL , 'ff we Af 14, rxgjfg I ivfl 4 -us UMA little learning is a dangerous tlzingg Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring if '1 'Q V X i x N '? m e Xl Q u ff? A,f' ' X Q-JL-9 N it - Y - ,V Nm :-1l1wr---'- .1 wig!! 41?ae-ee- U f M - 'x" ' ,F , ss , 1.X 'IGN ' ws f.. -1' l f 'Q K A5 lla, as fm , wk X ' is V' I 112:31 f x Q my i z is FRESH Aix JQX MAN Q In the Dark Ages, the Convent ofereal women a high and satisfying career. The religious life made a deep appeal, many of the orders possessed great lands and, the management of the estates gave scope for administrative ability, and to the Convents were entrusted the education of the gently- born girls. The Writings, beautiful tapestries, fine embroideries and exquisitely illuminated manuscripts hear witness to the skill of these nuns. t ur :'. ,V .A'1'la' X, V 'i C l 1 i ,.., wf , :- fl.. 4' 1 . I FRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS Mrs. Marguerite Taylor FRESHMAN CLASS HISTGRY 5' EPTEMBER 11, 1931-at last it camel Once again there appeared many eager freshmen--and as such they were welcomed to the College by Miss Edna Baker and the faculty. At the opening assembly these new girls were really convinced that they, as future teachers, were gifts from heaven, builders of an intellectual generation, and that prosperity would be revived through them-the Freshmen of 1931. They certainly needed the encouragement to be able to live through the I'1eX'C week. There were feCl'l11lqlle tests to be llaliefl 011 SCl'leClllleQ SpeeCl'l,' singing, piano, and medical appointments to be kept-to say nothing of attempting to learn the names of the faculty and students. Soon this tur- moil changed to peace when classes began to meet regularly and everyone settled down to the routine of study. The first group event of the year was in the form of a Beach Party. After the food fwell seasoned with sandj had been consumed, everyone sat around the fire and sang. A few very ambitious people had already learned all of the College songs. After this party everyone felt better acquainted and much happier in the new surroundings. Of course the upperclassmen did not exempt either the Dorm or Town freshmen from initiation. They had to furnish amusement for their Big Sisters on several occasions. But it wasn't so very bad after alll The Seniors showed their appreciation when they entertained their Baby Sisters by giving a "Kid,s Party." They did loolc so very "cute', in their "tot duds," and pretty green bibs. Everyone played "London Bridge," and of course, all had lollypops. The present officers were elected, with Jet Blaclc as chairman of the Social Committee and Hope Carroll and Joy Kinsey as Freshmen repre- sentatives on the Conduct Committee and the Point System Committee respectively. At the beginning of the second semester, the "old" Freshmen wel- comed thirteen new members to their class. Soon this group began to loolc forward to the Song Contest. On the appointed day, the freshmen pre- sented their stunt so successfully that they were awarded honorable mention. One of the biggest events for this class will be the Freshman Dance- a summer Formal to be held at the Vista del Lago on June the Fourth. Baccalaureate and Commencement-they are something unreal and far off, though no doubt they will acquire significance within the next two or three years. I ,iiyl -1 f-72"r size. 1, ... -l P 'reg Y- a ' ' Q CLASS OF Top Row-Gray, Carroll, Fowler, Gargan, Hobert, Anda. Second Row --Collins, Hall, Bushnell, Fisher, Andrus. Third Row--Boettcher, Greef, Black, Brown, Denzel, Groves. MELVA ALT Chicago, Illinois JUNE ANDA Chicago, Illinois BERNETTA ANDRUS South St. Paul, Minnesota Y Club '32 LUCILLE BAKER Maple City, Michigan ANN CARTER BARTLETT Evanston, Illinois AGNES BELDEN Park Ridge, Illinois JET BLACK Chicago, Illinois ANNE BODDIE Chicago, Illinois CAROLYN BOETTCHER Appleton, Wisconsin ELEANOR BROWN Dixon, Illinois BETTY BUSHNELL Louisville, Kentucky BETTY CAHN Chicago, Illinois Dramatics Club '32 HOPE CARROLL Wilmette, Illinois Glee Club '32 Social Comm. Town Girls '32 EVA CI-IAISER Chicago, Illinois Glee Club '32 Choir ,32 ALICE CHELIN Princeton, Illinois LOUISE COLEMAN Hyde Park, New York Dramatics Club 332 RUBY COHEN Chicago, Illinois JANE COLLINS Flint, Michigan Dramatics Club '32 LOU MARIE DUFNER Eau Claire, Wisconsin ANNA MAE FERGUSON Evanston, Illinois LUCILE FISHER Chicago, Illinois MARIBEL FORD Chicago, Illinois Pres. Class, '32 Drarnatics Club '32 MARIAN FOWLER Birmingham, Michigan Travel Club '32 PLEASANTINE FRENCH Evanston, Illinois MARY LOUISE FRY South Bencl, Indiana Vice-Pres. Class '32 Dramatics Club '32 paw H55 I ma 'WAV' ' --ft :SQ - fl 'it i -' -e 4 1' f :,- '?.4sdsa.f-aw I -fm it A '--.v s-It if-if ' 1 rp' 'N e '- 5 ygrqiq V-55261: E-ii" , V , ,. fig,-5,3 - fig., - 1 .V V. ,, f 4- 4.4-N-,til , . . I . tc, gi-1, F-217' I X 1 J nf'6.v"'-. ' -A - ikldifa 'J "Q I ,M -QA'-P L. :yf,w,,Q,,-1.-.4 I .,..-ik. ' we, -J.-'rV"!5N, A 'N LA .x -. 5 W fm v -,, .f ir :W ' Q, 1--3. . "L 9. uv . J ' ix A '- 1 'lf fi . ' iz:-.'i ,3f:3I.3aT .- ' ' CLASS OF 1935 Top Row-Moot, Laurence, Peterson, Meredith, Horiclc, Jalclis, Levine. Second Row-Pike, Morey, Norcl, Moocly, Hoeth, Hereim, Kranitz. Third Row-Ream, Houston, Mazer, Harrop, Hayes, Przybylslci, Kelly. MARY GARGAN Evanston, Illinois EVELYN GRAY Memphis, Tennessee HARRIET GREEF Fairheld, Iowa MARY GROVES Decatur, Illinois LOIS E. HALL Poughkeepsie, New Yorlc Dramatics Club '32 MARY HALBERT Kenosha, Wisconsin MARTHA HARROP Manhattan, Kansas EMMA HAYES Chicago, Illinois MARGARET HEREIM Nevada, Iowa ELSIE HOETH LaCrosse, Wisconsin ALICE HOLLOWAY Chicago, Illinois MARY I-IORICK Wooclstoclc, Illinois Dramatics Club '32 JANE HOUSTON Denver, Colorado Vice-Pres. Dramatics Club '32 WINIFRED JACKSON Evanston, Illinois Sec'y. Class '32 Dramatics Club '32 MARIE JACOBSEN Norway, Michigan ANNETTE JAKLIS Chicago, Illinois Book Club '32 Historian Class '32 MARGUERITE JAMES Birmingham, Michigan MARY JAMES Birmingham, Michigan ETHEL JOHNSON Chicago, Illinois Glee Club '32 VIOLET JOHNSON Chicago, Illinois Glee Club '32 HELEN KANTER Chicago, Illinois BETTIE KEITH Kalispell, Montana JULIA KELLEY Chicago, Illinois Sec'y. Town Girls '32 Dramatics Club '32 EMMA KIM Chemulpa, Korea JOY KINSEY South Bend, Indiana Choir '32 wuz? ,, 'li iz - , -l 51 'if 'ati I i ' gjfiffl "J - WML- ' 3 4 ,j!35,. ara. 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K Iirfwfr ' "' E l .-..a'a.r1:1, .- ,U 'N' 'fE'.":7I7': ' I L1 l .wiv-af: - ..-,-.-.,--.-ci CLASS OF 1935 Top Row-Scher, Southwiclc, Walterhouse, Tefft, Robb, Ranney, Walsh. Second Row-Vories, Rosengaard, Wehner, D. Stewart, Trowbridge, Robinson. Third Row-Wulcovits, Schibel, Stull, Ford, Jackson, Richey, Welsh. 1 ' - - I I-ig, 1 R4 .-f,-g .,, A, QV-f .'::' ANNA KOCH Chicago, Illinois ROSALIE KRANITZ Mishawaka, Indiana Athletic Assoc. ,32 BETTY LAURENCE Evanston, Illinois Dramatics Club 732 CHARLOTTE LEVINE Negaunee, Michigan MURILL LEVIN Chicago, Illinois ROSIDE MAZER Hazard, Kentucky LUCILLE MEREDITH Elburn, Illinois Athletic Assoc. ,32 GLADYS MOONEY Evanston, Illinois Glee Club 732 LUCILE MOOT Chicago, Illinois GERTRUDE PERRY Milwaukee, Wisconsin Choir '32 Chaff Rep. '32 Dramatics Club '32 MARION PETERSON Bricelyn, Minnesota WINIFRED PIKE Ottawa, Illinois GENEVIEVE PRZYBYLSKI Evanston, Illinois HELEN RANNEY Winnetka, Illinois Social Comm. Town Girls '32 MARIAN REAM Depue, Illinois Choir 332 Glee Club '32 RUTH REARICK Three Rivers, Michigan HELEN RICHEY Chicago, Illinois PHYLLIS ROBB Adrian, Michigan Choir '32 Dramatics Club ,32 MARY ROBINSON FRANCES MOREY Evanston, Illinois Glee Club ,32 SWEA NORD Evanston, Illinois Glee Club '32 ELEANOR OHNSTAD Sharon, N. Dakota Dramatics Club 332 Pasadena, California Glee Club ,32 Choir ,32 ALBA ROMAN Chicago, Illinois BESSIE ROSENGAARD Chicago, Illinois Glee Club '32 Choir '32 RUTH RUSK McCoysburg, Indiana YETIVE SCHAPIRO Wilmette, Illinois VIRGINIA SCHER Chicago, Illinois DOLLY SCHIBEL Virginia, Minnesota A Dramatics Club '32 RUTH SIDEL Chicago, Illinois KATHRYN SOUTHWICK Chicago, Illinois ' DOROTHY STEWART Evanston, Illinois CLARISSA STULL Fremont, Ohio Treas. Class '32 Dramatics Club '32 MARGARET TEFFT Lombard, Illinois Choir '32 BETTY TORRISON Manitowoc, Wisconsin Glee Club '32 JANE TROWBRIDGE Lake Forest, Illinois Absence Comm. '32 LUELLA VORIES Memphis, Tennessee CORINNE WALSH Chicago, Illinois SELENA WATERHOUSE Hollywood, California RUTH WEHNER Washington, Illinois Athletic Assoc. '32 ALTHA WELSH Mt. Auburn, Illinois VINITA WESTON DesMoines, Iowa Orchestra, Treas. '32 RUTH WEYKER Sheboygan, Wisconsin ANNETTE WIEDER Evanston, Illinois GERTRUDE WOODBRIDGE Detroit, Michigan THERESA WUKOVITS South Bend, Indiana Excursions-The Century of Progress Building T' .f "'V"" .. 41- .. , .t '-1.'.,...'I f.:.4 -M,,.---1 .1 1,,,..- ' -...- - , ,,,.u.5z1-Nr . F" " 'A'-u. " ,-.4.f"l:fS?!l'--J. 3'-'V ' . , .. Li 'ii adv 1. f. In nf, 1-.V or----U'-'-P .fi fi' 'A J u u . riffs!! . , ...RVN gg n I 4 ' "Learning by study must be wang 'Twas ne'er entail'd from son to :on H ,f f fi If if III" I I, f , I It It Iaglf iey it ffffb N ' 'II III 22fIi'f X ,f -rf fx. i 'wykgiir' " l 'X I "3 x t .- I A , ,,,. , 1 Y .. , " ,S ' I ' ' ' eff s ix, '45 e 4 V To T I Q I Iii ' I ' H , 1 Xi I I I . 1 I I . ' I 3 ,I if 'IZ is I X I If' I Q '24 I I . L- '.'. V I , If - - .,, . , I - , ' " I I liff ' ,WL - 4 W ' e,. i ji? I x 1 I- Try . ' Q ' ,,i..l , Q , - - 1 Q FE-Fa: fs I I X, ig , -I iffgii I :I 'f' ,I I2 I I I Y I II' I ' I W If I I 'I if """' " yr " -.st I Ii: I 'I II 'I If .If4I'!" 'I I I 7 531 X ' . 2211 5 I F X, Ig, 'R' I L 'EYE If I X , .2 I I -, Y I X . lf 'ff If I 'I '- -t I 5 I I' f un- x "' "'Y' f ,I ' I III IX ' W Soir" f,. . ,I III I IV ISTJE 'I X Ii ia I Ii Q: s In i l MI II I II . . I 1' f f If I I I 2 I ' i I ' I 'ITF fl I If I ' , ' '- 4 ' " if, -4 I 5122 I ,fi , , . N 'AIG I X IX -- I 5 I A I '- '59 1 II ' I' M Y . t ' ff' A I A' N " Y '11 Xb I 'II f I ji f H A -"K 'TE 3 It Q 1' ,. 'i s .I I is I ' :I , . "i ff, . I 'I vi. LEM Q V I. 5- F . 4: , I ,I - v is It I -if -5 71:,,1-5,,4- 51.- Q, - ,ff-.,,,L ' N """"L '-' -dung . 'r ,Q aura .xorm o ' - ,ZLQ-E-P,. . , ORGANIZATIONS 'In the Darlz Ages, the Convent offered women a high and satisfying career. The religious life made a deep appeal, many of the orders possessed great lands and the manage- ment of the estates gave scope for administrative ability, and to the Convents were entrusted the education of the gentlyhorn girls. The writings, beautiful tapestries, fine emhroideries and exquisitely illuminated manuscripts hear witness to the sliilll of these nuns. ... ,-Q' H . -'.- '. ' 's:f'5'T." PL- 'L i I " f""1'iiF:5.' , I -.nl 1 .1 . 15, .f"m3Ji'1qp'.. 5:----zzmfzl ,mane ,-1.5 599.5-Ilia ,F , ,D 1 - 114 . 2,7 f vu: v 1 'ha . :qs , ,' iq ' I 4 .., ' - 'A' ,vp'.,,3.'y- Q.. Ng :H Q ii!! . 31f'J1"I115"' ' -- ' .-' 4 '. ' J.. . , . 4---471+ - 41 ,mn-"' -4 liwwfu 'T , ,',.J'- R ,' ,' 163 I' S X -' " I A , ' .. 1, h . e- ' . 'XjfEIf:'flE?n',-'- Vfufge. - 'ue+'5:,:g.c - ,Mu-5.' V r fi me .rr Not chaos-like together crush'd ana' lJruis'd, But as the world, harmoniously confufd, Where order in variety we see, Anal where, though all things differ, all agree . COLLEGE COUNCIL Front Row-Eleanor Weeks, Miss Edna Dean Baker, Marcia Lundgren. Second Row-Gladys Panton, julia Elvin. O E F I C E R S Marcia Lunclgren President Eleanor Weeks Vice-President Gladys Panton Secretary Julia Elvin Treasurer OLLEGE Council represents close harmony between students and faculty and tries as a representative group to solve problems and questions in the most altruis- tic manner possible. The findings of the Council are presented to the students in assembly or in class groups where they have the opportunity of voting upon any pro- posed measures. The Honor System, introduced last year, is sponsored by the Council, and various points have come up for dis- cussion during the year. Minor changes have been sug- gested and carried out, and it is felt that the plan is work- ing out successfully and that things will run more smoothly each year as the "feeling" for it is handed down from class to class. The Vice-President of the Council acts as chairman for certain College activities-the Thanksgiving and Christ- mas Festivals and the Mission Children's Frolic. With the help of the students, Miss Mount and Miss Westervelt, the 'gf R . 22.0, ,x.N X 'F-ECE 1' I"l'ggj,l C5321 U ..., V'l"pIVl I lp--F-I' ,Ersrtrri it 5-fills ', lilxffrlfi festivals were made very beautiful, and the Activities Com- mittee proved most capable in making arrangements for the gifts of food and clothing at Thanksgiving and toys at Christmas. A Recreation Plan was worked out this year by a com- mittee with the help of Mr. Bovbjerg. An hour has been set aside each week for all girls who wished to join in games and have a good time. During the spring arrange- ments have been made to have supper on the campus or in the college following the recreation period, and the plan is proving quite a success. The chairman appointed to head up this activity is included in the College Council group. The Council sponsored the sending of student represen- tatives to the convention of the Association of Childhood Education which met in Washington, D. C. in May. Funds contributed by the classes, Town Girls and Student Gov- ernment Association, made it possible to send two dele- gates, Marcia Lundgren, president of College Council, and Leila Coldren, president of Student Government. A change was made in the representation of the Clubs on the Council. Previously an inter-club representative has been chosen but this year the club presidents have taken turns attending the meetings of the Council. College Council has had many good times. In October they enjoyed a delightful dinner after their meeting, and "a grand time was had by all." The faculty, mainly Miss Baker, Miss Kearns and Mrs. Kimball, entertained the group by auctioning off the food. Other dinners have been held during the year, and the annual dinner will be held in May. A COLLEGE COUNCIL MEMBERS SEN1oRs Doris King Leila Coldren Ann Chamberlain 513.116 FRESHMEN Vesela Kassabova Marjorie Post Janet Davis Betty Lee Gilman Maribel Ford Mary Lou Fry Som-1oMoREs JUNIORS Jeanette Gardner Marian Masterman Dunn Esther Kovinslcy Gladys Panton F A C U L T Y c Mrs. Stella Kahl Nancy Fannin Miss Edna Dean Baker Miss Mabel Kearns Mrs Louise L. Ki ball . m Mrs. Marguerite Taylor Miss Jessie Weiler Miss Dorothy Weller Miss May Whitcomb in 7h 'S '--11+ 11 ,Fiqh f""?E"i5u5?7""i9fTqff"'T"" :se- l, V- , YF," ' ?'.l5'-ff-f-ini-Gi!.5iPf2i, ,,,"'m?'i" fin' 'LU 1m 1' -111111:-.-ff1f,-hfs:.V:gfrm'-f' Rigger. f " V ','l1'r7-is-'i"i-'-TZ?kQsf'i7iYi?Q','5fP --J . Aiwa, Sys' 26f.,f,:af3i:rg,51s:qQizTgq,q5eg?gt1,1n.- if' 1'sfs71?1 , NS?-'7if":,,,,' rg : 1,i,QJg11, . 1. 1:-'WSH 1f1'f.i '1r"f.:',-:run ' 'ar tx Vial-MLK - ,- 1 , -- ' '---, P, .1 .5-,.y,+3:i,v.f,7:.4,fQ-.1Q i 5 v 511 f,gQ,1,..a.3,yk I ,x:.J ...-.,, -..- STUDENT GOVERNMENT Front Row-Elizabeth Hollenbach, Doris King, Leila Coldren, Ruth Hesley. Serena' Row-Eleanor Weeks, Ann Chamberlain, Katharine Diaclc, Jane johnson, Josephine Bliss. O F F I C E R S Leila Coldren President Doris King Vice-President Ann Chamberlain Secretary jane Johnson Treasurer Betty Carrington Social Chairman Mrs. Kahl Faculty Adviser Tribunes: Katharine Diaclc, Ruth Hesley, Eleanor Weeks, Josephine Bliss, Rosemary Inslceep, Betty Hollen- bach. ND then there is a Student Government organiza- tion, of the students, by the students and for the students. This organization governs the dormitory with a high though democratic hand, spending endless hours on the problems that necessarily arise when a large group of people live and work and play together, planning the de- lightful parties which are not infrequent but meting out stern punishment upon the few who transgress the rules and regulations which have been adopted by the group. Student Government is the impelling motive, the control- ling force, the ruling power, the very heart itself of the dormitory. Student Government Board is chosen by vote of the students from the outstanding girls, superior in character and scholarship and best qualified for the responsible' posi- I T, .- 1 4,.. T r 7 ., 4 V-' , . . , ...,. . . is ,X-,sg .. 91 IX4. ,v 'i ,- 1 F 5652? 'Li' QP? lszw ' R. 'f 2 gi, Ire L ' i - iliszii lgfnf "ef, V -1 .-if if.- ld i:"35'l 61- 'if T 2, pl ii- 1, i'.'liV f fig ugly, c 1: E.. . ai., , Vi, Mi ilhzllf' V:Vfi, Qwl, fiff: , ? V Q, ie' 5 . 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And there is a note of deep appreciation and sincere admiration in every heart for the fine guidance and leadership. The Board, through the social committee of which Betty Carrington is the chairman, planned and sponsored the formal Open House in October, which was a tremendous success and introduced the National students and men from N. U. fraternities and houses to one another. They were responsible for the gay Pirate Party, where laughter and music and colorful costumes predominated. A Hallow- e'en party of spooky characters, savoring of candle light, doughnuts and strange figures, is also to their credit, and the Christmas party, the Washington Tea, a party for the Mid-Year girls and the entertainment in the dormitory on Mothers' Day are further tributes to their ability and energy. During the year the students have contributed to various College projects, the happiest of all being the gift of shining gold for the College that nestled in the toe of the stocking Santa brought to Miss Baker at the Christmas party. The Social Committee .W-' NJ' 5? W' 4 DORM LIFE The parlor 0 9: 30 every night Long and short of Student government Lucy in her usual pose Our Housemothers Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Elmore "Be it ever so humble- George Jr. o Ping Pong Waiting as usual 5 f' L I, P I " f' -ff.,.,. il pi4g,gQ --, 1af??i4f5 fi -2: 'Q ' , flu:-fy-fi 1' V if: "- 7-' . 'l 'M i 4- lair' ri, .:: Ii W1 ' ' 11 .. V! K x l Q, i ' ANN- '31, liRi'R. E 'T lg! 3 ngxj. 3 VK-eqgg 'Q .,, fbi! I FW f 'vjfl 5 'WW 5--71-.M ,X iivfvll 555526 iv' 3 f:J' . Y w ks r -'tg I 11 -ja f ilii it li .,, :Qi ' L 1:10 P WC.. AQQQ il .iw . , --1:-.1 ,r L' P21 X-ffl . 'f :wa -4 3 gk F i- - 1.2 mul fr iy .M EMF ' F5.,',1s.l ' all wry' , LZ' I '45, -. .4112 . Y 1:55 . 3.4 'Zvi 5 X . -:.i..'g' 3 ,i ,4 15. "Tn: nf . J.. w i 'Hg' 1 ful. x' L4 1 'QNX l i:-:--lr.-. .,.,.,,4i.,w-- . -- .- ,. 3, l .f ri lhf i T '.:,,:f. , .Q f' i' , , i ,Q .5 .',' fl- '--L ' rl 3 Y-,QQ :Ja .iq-v.i'..L A :x .H hi ,J ,, l 14 I F x -is-xii. ' '71 . iii? f l 711 "ivl'l V " 'TH '. ,, ,. , 5 .wah , . 4 1 w -.-.,. .L f 4 14 'pf n F I L , 1.1 1 w Ju yi. in V Y 4 J fr ::'ffx'::-5-7-1.2 ., ' -Q-mfr---. V..-Q. . -...f - 5.1 Lew- E.-1' wif ' ff? V -' ' m7z':.Vjj'1j'hi i, .,k..m.-... mg Tllfif' f T """ ff F::.p1'.'-E,1ee:5,' . ""'f':r..------W 'f'93 iiiifif 5 +1 f-rr 1 f-1-. iff- -- f- - A 'W' S.TQuzia-v7r.-- M U Eflflki 32:51 ""M'. 1 'L ' -1:-Quiz,-a.4.'-L - ' V 1-2127? fl, WHY DO WE LIKE EVANSTON? Q The College The lake The drugstore 0 The golf course o Andy,s 0 Downtown Evanston o Dyche Stadium 0 The Dorm A ESOCIATION f 1 :ii 1 !:,.fi,'.4Q ,-'fp ,. Rc'FJ:,.1.-M-u,'..i: li 'iw ,J ' ,-G15 .5 1 ws 5171 Mlfi-'f .- 4, Gy I Azffw' iq.-13-. L S. ff i - .-,.-fs." .- , M - , , gg-, .- ,,. .. . ' 1 I 'r N- L' . .gf .:: , .,,. ji -fy rm. :-'fl , 1 an 'I , 4. -. ..,, ..Q.u,' fr f . , TOWN GIRLS I, .M-f-'nr-go if-K-:wg-,..,,. 5, I -N . ,., .. jane Gillespie, Evelyn Carpenter, Eleanor Rockafellow, Julia Kelly, g-1-.,.g1,..,,-- "-"- 'el': Marjorie Blackburn, Julia Elvin, Mrs. Louise L. Kimball. O F F I C E R S Jane Gillespie President Julia Elvin Vice-President Julia Kelley Secretary Marjorie Blackburn Treasurer Evelyn Carpenter Social Chairman Eleanor Roclcafellow House Chairman HE Town Girls Association was organized ten years ago to promote co-operation in the student body and to give the girls who do not live in the dormitory organized social life in the College and representation on College Council. Year by year the Association has become more and more of a unit, and the members have had happier times together at its many functions. The Social Committee this year has been especially active and has arranged an unusual party each month. An initiation party for new town girls opened the fall program and in December came a jolly Christmas celebration with a tree, Santa Claus, and a Christmas story by Miss Baker. A studio party with a real cabaret program was a gay affair, and a foodish, foolish, fishy party in the cafeteria ushered in the Spring. The Association has clone its bit in all the College' Coun- A Y.- -.,ygQ.mf fm..,,-, T i ymff 'iigi l a , f al f .ez .fr V l an . .J , ,, .5 ,. , 1 pl 1. si Q ' . . V . 9, 1 s,. IMT , . I . . 1 .5 7.1:-1,,,,L . is is iiiiil X' a- eg i--L .-, l 'Z 'far . ' ' '- " fiilari . w 1-1:Lz1j,,.,w W vi- . A ifgxifcffh-J T i -me . ..-..g -e z -X is ' .ft 41 I f ' -.L-I fi za gi 1 . ,xw V-'ff.i'g'T-"f .wh T f- A W 1-14.35 galil l ' ' ew.-uni T l 'iiiiint Tri2:,'r:w,, Ti' I-ii 3: , 1 -K V- ..,..' '-L'A'::im,,- N . 4 'L'-.L1,iQ.1,L'i-ggzd-. . ...f. .L V . 'Y -13,-.irq LT K :if . i, : -X gi . 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It sent a gift of money to Arizona at Christmas time to be used to help schools in the drought district with their Christmas celebration, and made a gift to the College at Christmas time also. The House Committee has done much to make the stu- dent rest room a more comfortable and attractive place to spend leisure hours. With the help of the dormitory stu- dents a desk, a lovely wall hanging and a card table with chairs have been added to its equipment. The ranks of the Association have been swelled by the unusually large number of plucky girls who are helping out by earning part of their expenses by living in homes and assisting with the work there, and these "out-of-town, town girls" who might have been very lonely, have found companionship and good times in the group. Perhaps the best accomplishment of the Town Girls' As- sociation this year has been the fact that busy town girls have become better acquainted and that a greater loyalty has been promoted to their Alma Mater. CHRISTMAS WISHES fTl1e following 'verse accompanied the Town Girls' gift of "golden ducatsv given to Miss Baker at Christmas for the Collegej If wishes were horses, beggars would ride, That's an old adage, but true, If wishes were all kinds of wonderful gifts, They's come from the Town Girls to you- Maybe one of these wishes the Town Girls can grant, Perhaps some of their love may be shown, . In this little gift, and this year may it bring The happiest Christmas you've known. NTERNATIONAL ,ini .rn Hin- '. is 'V' 1' . .,,P', " , ,,. .K , .,,, , J- i, i- ..-rv 2 va. is-, .iv-'ev .fl iv , V X Vx 'r 1. bfi- -Aw--fs-All . an . -lf, 1 r L :' h-YT---.H Y w:'-'HSTEK1 . -1, .W '53, x .g " '-- " 4,..,.,. ,f,w,,- , , vw, Q.: rgfy I -Y, . 1 , ., C ' ,.f' i..,.,--, Fil .i.,-gs Q, ,,s,.., ,,- ,f fa W ,, , ., .x , T ,mu , ,-,M Fug, if Q-,T-' rnxjw ,591 .J,,,:..Ae.,r. w.-Q ,9,1'f.,L J .'. fu- CLUB Front Row-Vesela Kassabova, Miss Edna Dean Backer, Miss Florence -Capron. Second Row-I-Iatsulca Furuhashi, Vera Anderson, Rosario Regalado. O F F I C E R S Vesela Kassabova President Hatsulco Furuhashi Vice-President Rosario Regalado Recording Secretary Vera Anderson Corresponding Secretary Martalisa Brauns Treasurer Mrs. Capron Sponsor HE International Club, with its equal representation of Foreign and American students, aims to make the girls from other lands feel at home in America and to bring to both groups the riches of close contact and a real understanding, sympathy and friendship with people of different races and customs. A visit to Mrs. Anita Willetts Burnham,s log cabin in Hubbard Woods has become a unique semi-annual event in the Club life. Again last autumn a large group spent an evening with this artist family in their hospitable home. Kathleen Harris, as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, was the originator of the International Stu- dents, Dance given at the College in November. Consuls of various foreign countries were invited as guests of honor and twelve countries were represented in this way. The costumes worn by foreign students added color to an un- usual and delightful evening. The International Clubs of it . , me FFP' ir -' J rw-fm,-,.i.--,.. V P"l'i1'3"1 .Iyar I xr, rl '1N'fwi':"- 1. 1 'i M--' ff-1 f r A 1, ,1fiif'Q':Q1'i - ,-wwf'-rim Eflfif ' ' ' 'F 1 ag-ff 5 Q 1 , ,V r.:fL.1f-,-Heli ii' M -zany' 1 .1 Q .fri 'ill' Fffif is is .1 ryfvheffs, ,gl ,j Rf: Q fgimii-'. yy' -rg .fel 113,51-,ip ,Q is i. ' AFSQQS , Q7 .iv mf, -.-X M sig li H if J 1 13 -il 1,3 S i-I J: T "S ri 'f l 4 Q 4 il . ,lx V i i V 'uf ': 4, ,-H l .lv rl ' I E 'l af' iii Q-, .. 1, ,,.--ff,'f'l linil f L a f is M l , .f , X fl ui- l . ,,,,,,,i,,, W Ffedzgvf l 51.-.rsfgigapgf ll M11-,igvfl - ,,.-snjpv.-Q-,y I--an-5 -V ,Y i sl X- 'V . r, 111, ., 'sm .-.ll"wfQf'l fi fr w ,Vi 5 M ?s:-Wil-'flaw 4 ' "ff: lay.. 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There are twenty girls in the Club who come from other lands and an equal number of American sisters. With the co-operation of the sustaining members, the active chapter gives 5525 a year as a dormitory scholarship for a girl from a foreign country. Vesela Kassabova, who comes from Bulgaria and is a Senior at National this year, has been the recipient of this scholarship for the past three years. The Club is busy the year round. Many of the summer school students are interested in its program and last sum- mer they held a Miniature World Mart at which they sold articles from different countries as a contribution to the scholarship fund. - The Club has acquired a very important new junior member this year, George Mason Chang, sun of Hu Yun Hwa Chung of National, whose husband is a Chinese government employee and at present a student at North- western University. It gave the Club much pleasure to assist in Yun I-Iwa's hospital expenses. w RECREATION IN FEBRUARY, 1932, College Council formed a Rec- reational Committee consisting of a chairman, Ann Chamberlain and one member from each classf This com- mittee with the help and leadership of Mr. Bovbjerg has been in charge of a recreational hour every Thursday from five to six o'cloclc. One Thursday each month supper has been served after the hour of playing. Dodge ball, volley ball, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf and many games have been enjoyed by these girls during this hour each week. It is hoped that this program, which has given such a delightful chance for recreation will be carried out next year with an extended program. DRAMATICS, CLUB Marian Norris, Margaret Smith, Miss Middleton, Janet Grubb. V. O F F I C E R S Janet Grubb President Jane Houston Vice-President Marian Norris Treasurer Margaret Smith S ecre tary Miss Middleton Sponsor HIS year the Dramatics Club carried out several in- teresting and worth-while plans under the capable di- rection of Janet Grubb as president and Miss Middleton as sponsor. The Club has presented several amusing skits during the regular club meetings and has enjoyed two luncheons together. The big event of the Club for the year was staged on Mothers' Day, when "Playgoers" by Arthur Pinero, was presented. This one-act comedy contained many humor- ous character parts, which were cleverly interpreted by the girls. The cast for the play was as follows: Maribel Ford, Jane Collin, Ruth Dickinson, Elizabeth Johnson, jane Houston, Betty Bushnell, Gertrude Perry and Julia Kelley. 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'-Q1 - ., fl " r":"'e" U ff , . f ' Y :H 131-1, gf :J-' -'r' f '-F"-7 .X I 7' .' V, , .Y.- . , - .. A "::f.!W , '.,. .- . 99. 51 1-rftiwt-v:1.q4 'Y v rex'-wvnnui ,... ,,,. E 4 Ht awww . elf-gflfiffi I7 1 bag. . fill ffl C TRAVEL CLUB Winifred Fisher, Audrey Schad, Virginia Clarke. OFFICERS Audrey Schad President Winifred Fisher Vice-President Virginia Clarke Secretary-Treasurer Marion Bent Program Chairman I-Iildegarde Johanson Chaff Reporter W HAT ho, travel! Come travel in the new way! Today everyone is as eager to be on the go-see things first hand-as were his forefathers, but today one must see everything and get there in the fastest, surest way and the Travel Club shows the how, why and where- fore of modern travel. The Club seeks through the experiences of others to see many lands through their colorful descriptions. During the year the members have travelled through Italy, France, Denmark, Sweden, England, Ireland, Switzerland and the Rhine region via this route. Interesting meetings, dinners at the dormitory and at the College and a Valentine party, given by the Dorm girls for the Town girls and their escorts, stand out in the Club's calendar. And the Inter-Club Dance, of which the Travel Club was chairman, was an alluring way of traveling a long way at a small expense. V---1-f-.-...v,... .van ,-fm.-. . ..,A .. . 1-, N, . . .. ,. ,-, . ...-:fb " 395:12 gr..--1?-'INV as., f , f.1sa51,,Q25',fif,:?5n ni, H K .- J-' ,Q-1 '. .W-.f1. 27' " , ' 'A . 'f"T+l'w'W 14:3-'5i1??Tg,2fQ-.-"4 jc 'fi-vamp:-i:i.X,3, -wf,'g.,fr -'-57 f1"TziCf"'S -0 5i'.'fFf'Q' Q , .3 1 't,qf'3,ZgQ,M- fflr-' I . 2' c.4-,WL fiQfQCi7gg:am1:ff-iQf't:" 51.,11.,., .1 .M ,gl-,,vi,A,1-,f . 5, - 1 H ,1.Qs- ' .--f:e-1aaL:- A ' -9-2fxfP,d,! .45 " ,V ' .1 f--'E 1 ,p'ijgZii'LT'B? . ,WU-.L., , . , . I x QQ' THE BOCDK CLUB Front Row-Anna Mae Borre, Rachel Smith, Vivian Soukup. Second Row-Louise McCabe, Eleanor Clauson, Mrs. Galvarro. OFFICERS Rachel Smith President Anna Mae Borre Vice-President Vivian Soukup Secretary Louise McCabe Treasurer Eleanor Clauson Librarian Mrs. Pauline Galvarro Sponsor VERYONE wants to read at least some of the new books and to know something about all the outstand- ing ones, but it is utterly impossible to do this and keep up with a college schedule-unless one belongs to a Book Club. National's Book Club was organized to provide such an opportunity for all students desiring it. The Book Club has a circulating library of current fiction and other new books for the use of all the girls in the school. During the year the Club acquired many of the vitally interesting new books that have been published. Mrs. Galvarro afforded the Club members some of the happiest associations they have had. The second Friday of each month the Club met at Mrs. Galvarro's home. Business was finished in short time, then books read by different members were reviewed, criticized and discussed. 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V l l V 1 1 I 1 I - 'rl I i v Hi 1, 1 ,,1,., 102. 5 GLEE CLUB Eleanor Roclcafellow, Julia Elvin, Mary Rug, Leah Hirshberg, Mrs. I. H. Rurnry ' O F FIC E R S Mary Rug President Leah I-Iirshberg Secretary-Treasurer Eleanor Roclcafellow Social Chairman Julia Elvin Accompanzst Mrs. Rumry Sponsor North, South, East, West- Wherever you may go There,s nothing like the Cwlee Club In rain, in shine, in snow. In case you doubt our merit We've added just a line To prove that our activities Are really very fine. SEPTEMBER--Beach Parry Dinner MARCHZIHCBF-CIUD Dance. at Mary Rug's Week-end Party. OCTOBER-I-Iallowe,en Dinner. APRIL-M0th9fS, Day. Spring Progressive Party. MAY-Spring Tea. NOVEMBER-Caroling. Week,end party. Songs for Chicago League. Opera. JUNE-Beach Party. Convinced? ORCHESTRA l ,iid 5 ff Y'Vx..g. ' ' Miss Ruth Tegtmeyer, Ruth Hesley, Lucy McRae, Vinita Weston I-sf 'f, O F F I C E R S Ruth Hesley President Lucy McRae Vice-President Vinita Weston Secly-Treas. Miss Tegtmeyer Sponsor I-IE Orchestra in its five years of existence has become steadily more and more a viral part of College life. Miss Ruth Tegtmeyer is sponsor and director, and her loyalty and enthusiasm for the Club have been strong factors in its growth and development. The Orchestra has furnished very acceptable programs for many occasions, including the Open House in January, the Junior Circus on the opening night of the Holiday Bazaar and the Mothers' Day assembly. With such varied programs, lovers of classical and lovers of jazz music both are satisfied. The girls enjoyed not I only the weekly rehearsals at the dormitory, but also concerts, operas and symphonies which they attended together. And as to "social events"- just ask any orchestra member what it is to have dinner at Miss Tegtmeyer's home! P 2,4 . ., I '- - ..-f-,., -1 ja., , ' -as w K , Fi' l 4 'I i I l ,Y 1 11?--H ,ll 4, , . i ., f. 3 . 1, I, i , 3 I . ivf , l . r. aww 1 f 1 ri ir W 5,-7.-.U 7. 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Shotwell, Rae Weatherhead O F F I C E R S Ruth Bruns President Rae Weatherhead Secretary-Treasurer Betty Holmes Social Chairman Catherine Preston Service Chairman Miss Edna Dean Baker Honorary Sponsor Mrs. Shotwell and Miss Barnes Advisers HE "Y" Club members unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. They determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task they seek to un- derstand -Iesus and to follow him. One of the aims is to carry on social service work in as many different chan- nels as possible, and membership is open to any student interested in such work. The Club has been fortunate in having interesting speakers for its meetings. Mr. Arnold spoke on "High Buildings" at one meeting, and at another Miss Fink read selections from a fascinating book on negro life. The Club members spent a most enjoyable afternoon at the home of Miss Barnes in Lake Forest. This year a fund for a scholarship has been started, and a rummage sale was held in the fall to raise money for this purpose. ' GRADUATE CLUB . O F F I C E R S Mrs. Esther Halloran President flst Semester, Ethel Graff I President f2nd Semesterj Kathleen Harris Social Chairman Mrs. Campbell Adviser QAN INCREASING number of mature students at National each year created a definite need for an organization for their especial benefit. The year 1930 saw the formation of the Graduate Club, with Mrs. Campbell as Faculty Adviser, and during the past two years it has proved a valuable addition to the College life and activities. Thus far the Club has been a social organization, hold- ing m-eetings once a month in the lovely, restful Alumnae Room, where the girls sip their tea, discuss the application of new theories to old problems, visit with one another, and occasionally renew old friendships. In December the members of the Club were hostesses at a Christmas Tea for the faculty,--a very happy occasion for hostesses as well as guests. The Club had the misfortune to lose its president, Esther Halloran, through her graduation at the end of the first semester, but was fortunate in the election of her successor, Ethel Graff. hann- gre" vs. 'Mui' 'F' W -. " Q- "" 'r 4 '. . " LL-4,01 , ..-v j -M. A M,- Z- Q .. h l ,F .nl Vehsawvl A - ----K - :. -' - .1 E.. , ' ' 1 K A " 1 K , 1 x-VWVJAI fswll rx, , n ..-fr4'--'- "' , Lf .1 gf. W- we - 1,1 .- -'Viwfefxv p1,,f.. 4.-4' 4, If . ,N . ,E-il, - V IQEJAQF' JI. '17 4 RT t .AYP r' , . ' E i W V' 'Z - I-,Z . uP Whate'er is bext aa'minister'd is best. or forms of government let fools contest, JJ wma Z NXTYX ' . f I ef? N 2 -s-. ff X, K LJ, J! , 's k fs x' 1 Lf .MQ is 2 sci! ggi,-1 .Ji 4 g l, Riff 1 2 1 ' . 1 . ,V mi 1 . -, 'ku i l 5 1? P f e 'Q ' ig ' ,iwzgi tty, E' flhl, l ' ij fx if 4 . t 4 ts 'W ' : f , i ' Angell g.y.rf'f'lQ ,i" ,.., if if 9i':l it ' i"?':Q' . 1 -i ,-,..-A ,.-,Q ffl, jf M Q . ,Mp-,yNj,' 1F?1'7':f,7 Y Y, .V if srt t . cswdfffiwtgf, 1, s . Mfg' . t' t s f ' Physical courage and prowess was esteemed a virtue in Woman of the Middle Ages and led her to healthy and vigorous out-door pastimes. The Woman,s academic education was often better than that of her hunshand and she was skilled in needle-work and house- hold accomplishments. But though she might govern the castle in his absence, he was none the less her lord and master. 1 . - -. , 4- -4, ,. -.7--'fi ...nf" 1 .x.--- 'L V' i. - 'I I . o' -- 'T"7 .ii ":f1l,1s1-"" O -assists . ' ,., - . mx L. og, J U I ,, 1.-::,.. ' . ..--2" , ".,'lwve'?-,Jw l"" ' . .JNL .h . , ' ,-:E g:i3T2 -mwg, S MasiiQ gp-F1 .f-ffm, , W N: I Q ss, A 1 ve n N 'ff' 5- x , - Wt.. 11' of L V T egg. 5-' Q1 M , ,- -qw-, c.,. -Q4 " Q 1" L, .- 1.. 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V, a 1119 aiu ,sf f' UW K' . 4'5" !l',.,hr' 1 frutnlw ' I Zinn V" gn sihhiiisi - ' I Q ' ' t . - ?f'I s lsv . .4 I ' if J 'W' I ' in in? A rg rf!!! Q' ' . 11-' 1 J, 9,1 Y, , , 2 qos? :eg + ' , f 1 5 v- V 'x ' NEIL' is 15 z 1 " f 1 wi 11 , T 4 - V: i 3 , NW , 'E 4 X 1? U: B -jg! Q 2 ' . W-'I -4.4 'tg "Countless the various spefies of mankind, Countless the sfvqrles which SEP,7dfE mind from No general object of a':sire is known, Each has his will, and each pursues bis own." NATIONAL I W , V 1.,f :.. 1 'ww-,. -.VM-, .fm .. sf.. -' 4 1-.-1 1 . ' ,--.1 f .'1-V'V1 ' I Ik -if-1,...gg, . AI .,,m,,:? 63 M' ' ' 1 ' I'-'I V1-GI.-15.10. .. ' U . f , ., :VL-X., V 1.1..,V.f. V .. ' . ' 'I7'i'i.,f."'?I-Q5f'ip::',AI..-I, I AI 'I-. I -fx"-'JS 'rI".:'n'I:' Ile, z ...I 1: T14 .1"5.:Ig.w- .- ,. V' I, .'I'v.wk1I.fts -1 . V 1 rj"-, 'f'1.-In-l'IE1gIg:,,i, - .V ' ' I2.'-:1'1' . V. 'ff i'-5I'7P"5.'if.if"lIL"'Y-- i it .,.1.!,W U Y H KI-. I ' 1 2'-E1,ELkt in i p 1 ..., 444' .'i'-Isnfi-:a,,., . f ,' ,I 53, Is 1 .V'f1'V"'I-.-'-2--I-'IEKENQ-. fe' I -' a.. A, 1fQw.1.1m.mV-s.' -- I .1 I2..1u,--'- .2f:L.s1I:5f.1:Q.E2'v-e...s. L1 THEI I Front Ron!-Angie Nall, Miss Mabel Kearns, Betty Lee Gilman, M. C. Taylor. Second Ron'-Miss May Whitcomb, Katharine Ann Leich, Sydney Smith, Helen Burke. HE year book is meant to be kept as a remembrance of the year 1931-32 spent at National, and the staff has tried to record the many events in the most interesting way possible. The new plan of including the cost of the annual in a student fee has worked out very well from the point of view of the staff-and it is hoped from the standpoint of the student body as well. The staff Hatters itself possibly, but it is of the opinion that just as many books would have been sold under the old plan-but at the cost of a terrific amount of work on the part of the busi- ness manager and her group. The staff is indeed grateful to Miss May Whitcomb, who has helped them so completely, to Miss Mabel Kearns for her valuable assistance and advice on finances, and to Mrs. Marguerite Taylor and the art staff, which includes the following girls who, in addition to the art editor, are responsible for the unusually effective sketches: Virginia Anderson, Melva Blakeslee, Edith Edmonds, Janette Gard- ner, Dorothy Hale, Kathleen Harris, Ruth Johnson, Betty Klemer, Cecile Marks, Alice Neff, Felicia Rogalski and Ada Thomas. Other students have co-operated in supplying the ma- terial, and special appreciation should be expressed for the work of Eleanor Rockafellow and Leah Hirshberg in the Diack Mrs. 5 sz 3, TGI u xg, 1 . fr 2 EIL 9.1 ,:1VI:,l.' I LJ II? Q, 123. . 'L 'I lI'f'i'I III V A 1I. E I-'LILIA , IIQIII' ,II . 1 V., I II ' VI If, . II'I I-'Ja Ii fri 'CI ...L I1.1II.. I IIIJG '5'I1"1.,.. IE.I:IV 1 ,VEIII .1 I :III I. ,,., g. I. - . , ,,-,--'Tar5pv'V"'yj'-V-es1,.,.,,, .WI Q I' '. 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W , , Twf-rsh 3-'WL' if A I r.45"Th'f-f"'T T . 11, ,5 a. 11.15,-.W ,tw-.aarhti-Q-..s.5sgm-1--1 -5-if - '- -Epi-1"'f'i 'I QILL '1'TST"5'TTJ:I17:KT1'3f.' 7' ' 'if' - ,Q-.,rf1 4:14:21 ,',:1.:f1!c45"--. H.-. ,gv-w::.gfg,gm,-ga I A . ax.,-....-.,f..i. .5 Y -. ,M ,036 my .Q1"'agf,fIv+ V -,-.-,L .D1?'Lf,'r'i':' ' 1 A' '. 1 1:1-sms-:..4:fc-r-...-s.tV,...-aw- I ..:f??ifl4'f9,KJy.m11 . .f .1 J... ,. . wfv'-':T" " ,VI ,.., . . mounting of the photographs and snap shots, and to Dorothy Murdock, who secured many of the interesting snaps. It is through the untiring effort of these helpers and the staff that The National has reached completion. And may the expectations of students and staff alike be realized when it is finally off the press! WE,RE FOR YOU NATIONAL flgreshmanl We're for you National, For you heart and soul. We will spread your name afar, Yes, that is our goal U rah rah! We'll raise your standard High above the rest 'Till all the world about us Will know you as the best. Tune-Go You Northwestern l Words-Dorothy Stewart . N.C.E., TO YOU WE'RE SINGING fSophomorej N. C. E., to you weire singing, Hear our voices clear. Ever praising National standards That to us are clear. Day by day we grow in spirit Striving on for you, Soaring high and ever onward We will e'er be true. Tune-Cornell Alma Mater Words-Marian M ansjqeld CHAFF Esther Kovinsky, Jane Newmark, Miss May Whitcomb, Edith Stewart, Edith Edmonds. S T A F F Esther Kovinsky Editor Edith Stewart Assistant Editor Edith Edmonds Business Manager Miss May Whitcomb Adviser Reporters-Jane Newmark, Marjorie Wilcoxson, Virginia Mansfield, Janette Gardner, Henrietta McElroy. HAFF this year, for the first time in history, was ready for distribution at the opening assembly in September. The staff has tried to make Chaif a student publication, expressing student ideas and interests, cultivating school spirit and activities which bring the various groups more closely together. A particular effort has been made to get pictures of current interest, and Mary Jones is to be con- gratulated on her successful work on this. Fourteen issues, including a double issue with photos of the scholarship girls, are planned for the year. This makes the total number of issues the same as that of last year, although the schedule of publication has been slightly clif- ferent. it L l E if-q,., il RF .-vffvffx 55,1545 llc. 5.1 '- , :lu 3. h A . 5. y' k, F gflf, .3 y, .. 4. i . I. L. sf. - . 1 5501 ' is .- . """' :. 'S V 'Filer' ' .i I in J cm ww ffl si: fx i 'X 'C .J N - lr ' 'vig-f .s Ll i x 1. -' I f' 6 v , -'.v is . jx li! , I?,-cial! G71 1 f-f'.-H. . 'r 1 l in 'FS Fjilt? "0- 1 E .fi L n ir I 5 J 1 'Z 'N l , .CNR 1 ' J ii ii. .1 f CHCNR Top Row-Huber, Harms, Dixon, Tefft, Bent, Quade. Second Row- Nadler, Carroll, Rosengaardl, Rug, Pike, Warkentinel Third Row- Mason, Graves, Perry, King, Hirshberg, G. Wilson, Schiclcler. Fourth Row-Rollo, Kinsey, Campbell, Cameron, Boehringer. HE Choir, a group of voices carefully chosen and ex- pertly directed by Miss Louise St. John Westervelt, has contributed much to the musical side of the school's life. Besides giving special selections on some of the assembly programs, it has done much to add to the effec- tiveness of the festivals. The Thanksgiving Festival was enriched by the well- chosen hymns and songs of the choir, it was responsible for the musical setting and background which made the Christmas Festival so unusual, and the special numbers for the Spring Festival added variety and beauty to this an- n 1 3-ff" Y' 'ex ." .V 1 -fdoaaa .H..:' .5-. ,- "Lf,L. ' ' i 'fa-Lfff"'f. Q . 1, Tae.,-'T ' .1 .Q il' ll L? l. 1 .' 1 . i Vi if ,'5:'-Tiff?-.' Z vi it ' rf' i,g'5f"1, Y ' ' 55.35165-isle , Nm--:Mrs . ' L l .i'44E-.,L' K :Sli ' f':1v5"i mfs-521925 a 'J'-1:5 X. - Q! D r ,ldfj-..'::,,f.'-L3 1. 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Ruth Boots Geraldine Behenslcy Marian Bent Helen Boehringer Ruth Bruns Frances Cameron Frances Campbell Hope Carroll Eva Chaiser Caroline Dixon Margaret Donlon Lou Marie Dufner Helen Franz Jane Gillespie Alice Graves Janet Grubb Eleanor Harms Emma Hayes Leah Hirshberg Bernice Hopf Florence Howard Ethel Huber Helen Jameson Violet Johnson Bernadette King Doris King Joy Kinsey Ann Lawrence Marion Mansfield Mildred Mason CHOIR Top Row-B. King, Burns, Wienke, Nelson, Behenslcy. Second Row Howard, Reed, Thomas, Lawrence, Gillespie, Rogalski. Third Row Donlon, Plichta, Miss Tegtmeyer, Miss Westervelt, Johnson, Moot, Hayes Fourth Row-Robinson, Walton, Mansheld, Jameson, Regalado. nual event. Rehearsals of the music for Baccalaureate and Commencement programs is uncler way, and promises to add to the enjoyment of both occasions. This year an ensemble of seven voices and a trio chosen from the membership of the Choir, sang on special occa- sions when it was not feasible for the entire group to appear. There were also solo numbers for the assembly programs by members of the Choir, and Rosemary Schick- ler, who held the Helen Grinnell Mears Music Scholarship for the year, sang many times for the pleasure of the College and its guests. Lucille Moot Fannie Nacller Elida Nelson Marjorie Pearson Gertrude Perry Winifred Pike Phyllis Plichta Madelon Quade Nlarian Ream Mildred Reed Rosario Regalado Mary Robinson Felicia Rogalslci Mary Robinson Helen Rollo Bessie Rosengaard Mary Rug Rosemary Schiclcler Helen Shepherd Mary L. Smith Katharine Stone Margaret Tefft Ada Thomas Margaret Walton Louise Warkentine Lucile Wienke Gayle Wilson Virginia Wielandy V I, T4 QL - ,',u.,, In ,, - - .--' . '.: .sv ,u- -' - w , a xa- ' 1' ' . ,.fn' .. , ,ga 4' ,A r-4' , T: 7 , : ' ' -1. 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'IIII Z H Q- A , i5IfIfI -A II' V, ' I 'I II If .I ll 'K' ly, ll A , 'If r- : my o 1'A ' I I I , I , It ,r I , ,iff , 0' . l . b , , r' . 5-:ff f f- -f .1333 ' "ff:1-f 24-l ncaa:-c.1:a LQ- -ff-f ' - TI-IANKSGIVING FESTIVAL ARVEST time, thanksgiving time-once again National responded thankfully to the many appeals for help and the spirit of the season found expression in the Thanksgiving Festival in which all of the students took part. A processional was played as the girls came down the aisles with their gaily wrapped gifts of food, clothing and many other articles to meet the needs of the children at the Mary Crane Nursery School. The packages were heaped in barrels and boxes and the overflow was piled on the floor and the stage. When the last gift had been presented, a group of girls chosen by the Senior, Junior and Sophomore classes, contributed a dramatic presentation of an unusual theme-the struggle against depression, unemployment and lossy the failure and despair of some and the heroism and courage of those who are strong enough to help others on toward the beacon light of belief and hope. The original interpretation in pantomime was both beautiful and stirring. Trucks safely carried to Mary Crane the gifts which brought gladness to many homes and stocked the pantry shelves in the Nursery School for many Weeks. And the girls at National were happy with' the joy that comes only from the sharing of the gifts of the good God with those in need. CHRISTMAS.FESTIVAL OVELY carols, unselfish offerings, and a program, made more sig- A nificent by prevailing conditions, struck the keynote to the Christmas festival for 1931. How happy each student must have been as she presented her gift, knowing the joy it would bring to some little child! Fir tree, evergreen and fragrant balsam gave forth their message of a life continuous. Spiritually each person in the audience kept watch with the shepherds, as the Angel of the Lord came down in glorious radiance to spread the tidings of great joy, tidings of the birth of "C-xod's Little Boy," as Miss Baker read the immortal passage. The choir of angels sang the familiar narrative as the man with the grain, the rich man, and the little girl with the Howers, each passed by his or her opportunity of finding the Christ Child, but a joyous note arose as a little child came to offer his pet lamb to the Babe in the manger. Then a deep hush, as the patting curtains revealed the choir of angels, the wise men, shepherds, little children and joseph, gazing adoringly, while Mary sang her tender cradle hymn to the little "Lord of Love." Slowly the curtains closed, but the radiant light of that star-lit night of long ago was reflected in every face and heart. THE MAGIC FISI-IBONE Q All 17 children o The Princess and the Duchess Grandmarina herself o Mama, papa, and the Princess o Behind scenes The Wishbone itself o Ancl they lived happily every after. -1 li M is-27 Sy , , -f Kia 137' 7.216113 '7'f'6la'Q 3'-Q ,y , xp y 1if. G, Q FISHBGNE THE MAGIC q' HE children's play for 1932, "The Magic Fishbone," adapted by Miss Clara Belle Baker from the story by Charles Dickens, and full of quaint situations, comical dialogue and unexpected turns that mark his authorship, has been unanimously voted the Mind" of the century. The play follows the fortunes of King Watkins I and his Queen and their nineteen children during a "period of depression." Many a chuckle came from adults and chil- dren alike as the play developed. Most of the students were 'Qamong those present" at one of the five perform- ances, as the play was given twice at the College, and once in Oak Park, La Grange and Morgan Park. Marian Norris played the part of the Princess Alicia with Margaret Christianson as her papa, the King, Jane Kelley as the Queen and Ruth I-Iesley as the doll Duchess. But that is just the beginning of the list, for the play was one for the entire cast and not for a few stars, and the number of children made it funny even when they were not inquiring "Where's our mama the Queen?" or replying in high squeaks, "She's out taking the air." The play was given under Miss Mount's direction, with the scenery, stage properties and costumes designed and made by Mrs. Taylor, Miss Billings, Miss Whitcombe, Miss Fruit 'and Mr. Bovbjerg, assisted by a group of students. ...Q - ,..,a-1' . ly' Mfg? A' -".-' g A . ' gm, ,Pt -' ' irgfllf K' . . .. ... 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N .UQ 1 au, A :Mi fm, 1 llwl.. ff-i' -- .- i with ,O . . - ,AN .13 I if ' l ' 'HZ' . M i 'Q Y l 'll .A ll -' ' WW I f . " lil: fi ' T ul"f . l 'l, ' ' .f?' will ' A ' gf C 'W fi: ' 3 if--L - A. ,A,.1... , .- . J - --iii? -U-T -.-..-,H5gm3 A 4 -- -- - - ir-.Q ".' -'-H' f... 4- ,... ...qnf na . 1-, HALLOWE'EN OOOOH-spooks-witches-black cats, and mischievous elves, casting gruesome shadows on the wall,-all present at the dormitory I'Iallowe'en party on October the twenty-eighth. But two unusual strangers suddenly drew everyone's attention from their tasks of reaching for bobbing apples and having fortunes revealed. Who could these twins be-for they did look exactly alike in their gypsy costumes. Many rumors were spread as Ato who they might be, but imagine the surprise when they were found to be Mrs. Elmore and Mrs. Miller, whom the remaining housemothers had thought to be playing hookey that night. . TI-IANKSGIVING CI" HE smell of roasting turkey and dressing permeated the dormitory- great preparations were being made and in general the spirit of Thanks- giving spread as the dinner hour drew near, Thursday night, November the twenty-fourth. That night one could see the girls in their many colored formals, sitting at the candle lighted tables enjoying the savory meal, the special program, and the company of some of the faculty,-a happy prelude that sent everyone holidaying in happy mood. i O CHRISTMAS 51' I-IE thought of Christmas found expression in the dormitory at the Christmas Vesper service led by the Choir singing Christmas carols. Something of the real meaning of Christmas was revealed by Miss Edna Dean Baker in a group of stories lovely in their simplicity and carrying a message for the grown-up as well as the child. The more festive side of Christmas was enjoyed by faculty members as guests and the dormitory students and house mothers as hostesses the night of the Christmas dinner, Thursday, December seventeenth. Of course Santa was there, distributing gifts to many. And after the last bite of mince pie and the last sip of coffee, all gathered in the lounge where the traditional story of the Yule Log was presented by the girls of ZB. But this was not all, for early Friday morning, December eighteenth, the strains of the old Christmas carols wakened the girls, who later gath- ered in the lounge about the fire to listen to Miss Baker's Christmas story. O WASHVINGTON TEA 0 N FEBRUARY twenty-second, Marienthal was the scene of a charming tea, given by the heads of Halls and dormitory students. The red and white tulips, candles and attractive tea tables formed a lovely setting for the Colonial Minuet and other features of the tea, making the occasion a de- lightful one for the many faculty members, parents, and friends who attended. GECRGE WASHINGTCN I CENTENNIAL FOR those who appreciate something truly different and lovely, the Pageant at National celebrating the Bi- Centennial of George Washington's birthday was a de- lightful event. It was the first pageant of its kind at "National" and was participated in by the Juniors and Seniors, who presented five phases of Washington's life, at home, as the Patriot, the Commander-in-chief, the President, and the Father of His Country. History was brought before the audience, but in an unusually enjoyable form, Ann Leich, as Washington and Hope Dunalcin, as his charming wife, most aptly adapted themselves to the parts. Captain Posey, Generals Gates and Fairfax, and John Adams were extremely well por- trayed by Betty Klemer, Florence Howard, Ruth Good, and Betty Holmes respectively. Patricia Ryan, Ann Chamberlain, and Jane Gillespie gracefully represented Elizabeth, Ann, and Sally Fairfax. The colorful minuet added much to the atmosphere and as no Southern scene of the eighteenth century would be quite complete with- out a faithful colored servant or two, and the negro ac- cent and slow, shuflling movements of Nancy Fannin and Kathleen Harris entirely completed the atmosphere. 1-GZ fx 4- ' ,f .g 4 Q Writ ll sm " QfR51'x' . R - lk "F 'aw "L fir,-F, Wg 'RQ 55--Q - . .. --'A'-YL! . jim! -s-2 4,15 1' ,, fi -1- ' .'. ff .jL'..i.-if 'rar' Vp I f grpjgi F... l,..'- .,-- ' AMVWIW lam ffflll l l I SONG CONTEST ASSEMBLY bellf, "Quick the shoe"-How many children the old woman had. In a flash the gay children disappeared and eight departing seniors sang "The Senior Farewell Song." Juniors took their places on either side of a great book, sang varied songs as the leaves turned and revealed stun- ning silhouettes, appropriately illustrating their songs. Off they started to the tune of "Friends For Life we are gaining," as that bell rang again. The hangar doors opened to allow the Sophomore aero- plane to glide forth-away it soared-then one N forma- tion for the closing song. A few extra minutes for a new shift to bring on the Freshman, College girls in colorful dress sang spirited, jolly songs and danced-I-Iow typical of their spirit was "We're For You National." I-Iow forty minutes Hew-then a week passed by. After the Freshman program was presented' Mrs. Galvarro came to the front of the auditorium. A profound silence followed as peppy freshmen, hopeful Sophomores, doubt- ful juniors, and expectant Seniors held their breaths. Mrs. Galvarro, as a most -powerful judge, revelled in using countless adjectives to fully describe every single idea the judges ever had concerning the songs and the classes. Freshman, Seniors, Sophomores, and last but not least the juniors were commended before the winning class and song were finally announced, and Marian Dunn, presi- dent of the Junior class, claimed the baton amid the de- lighted applause in recognition of the best Song Contest N. C. E. ever held. JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP SONG Awarded First Place I Friends for life we are gaining As through school we go, Through joy and sorrow remaining, Friends we all love sog Classmates working together True to N. C. E. But when our school days are over Good friends we'll always be. Tune-Betty C ook Words-Marian Dunn FESTIVAL 4' SPRING Jane Bevenger, Ann Lawrence, Beverly White, Angie Nall, Ruth Johnson, Jane Gillespie, Janet Scott, Frances Rowley. Center-Leila Coldren. FRIDAY the Thirteenth! Yes, May thirteenth, but no bad luck at National. Quite the contrary, for it was the day of the annual Spring Festival. Trees, bleak and bare, twisted their branches against the sky, while spark- ling white snowflakes floated softly and then, driven by the wind, whirled in a mad dance. The veil, lovely in color and movement, was used in a series of six scenes depicting various moods of life-the Veil of Joy,-the Veil of Fashion, the Veil of the Orient, the Bridal Veil, the Veil of Sorrow, and the Veil of Religion. "The Sunny South", a short play by Miss Clara Belle Baker, was presented with its clever, clogging negroes in the setting of a garden adjoining an old mansion on a Southern plantation. Last, but not least, came the May Queen's attendants, graceful and exquisite in their white hats and gowns. And then the May Queen of '32, Leila Coldren, ap- peared and the deep silence and suspense that had gripped the audience broke into thunderous applause. The unseen part of the pageant deserves a great deal of credit. Many girls helped make the scenery and cos- tumes, and every girl, whether she painted scenery, made costumes, sang or appeared on the stage, enjoyed the op- portunity of being a part of so lovely a creation. To Miss Mount, Miss Westervelt and the other faculty who as- sisted, a joyous vote of thanks is given. ' .- 54 v I-H J.,a. , , , "" . "4.,.s1'-" -'02 I ' A ' ,P ' " was ' .. - ' -' .n,.gv .- Qu ' - . .wwf A - .. . A-3K34f,,, ig A ' F ' ' fm. L -r ig 'x . A - a , ' ' '- '11 ,- . -f' a A '-.2 P s r. .. . J ?"f ,Li -E s., , ., '95 5 A-ij. .' he ' - ' ' rm., r-. - -J no .- .n :I .. :J ,- ,SS x .A 'GC'- .. wig- in E r J'-fgg'Q,L.:.,A: 1- N . 'J MJF f , ' 'V Q- '1'::?" "'.f'liII Q... 'L 1 'Md' :Lf Vg bl 1 l .. " Til ff' ii' l f."i.I:-'Qftis ' l , , - '- SQ in .f ff! ""'T1. T l .4 ' 5- -1 1 W' as ' fxlf' Ujrfgil' IL, 'r a for P R T N""2e-ft - A V C afww-.Vit 4 lr H' l 2 ,af s.. 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Too soon the party came to an end, farewells were said and the senior dance became another delightful occasion long to be remembered. ' . JUNIORFORMAL The I-4th of February Is a time when love is gay And Cupid steals hearts away! ' S O THE Junior class chose Valentine's Day for the date of their Formal dance. The Sovereign Hotel was selected as the best place to present such an important social event and considering the fact that it was Leap Year as well as Valentine's Day, the floor had to be crowded-and it was. The music of Ralph McKinney and his Gold Coast. Orchestra kept the couples on the Hoor almost continuously. The chaperons, including Miss Edna Dean Baker, Miss Mabel Kearns, Mrs. Louise Kimball, Mrs. Jane Miller, and Miss Dorothy Whitcombe, remarked that it seemed no time at all until all were bidding goodbye and a lovely party drew to a close. O SOPI-IOMORE SPRING FORMAL S TUNNING bids of blue suede and silver announced the coming of the Sophomore Spring Formal this year which was held in the Lincoln Room of the Edgewater Beach Hotel. One hundred and ten couples turned out on Saturday evening, April the ninth, to dance to and enjoy the music of Fred Reinbert and his "Coloradians',. The chaperons at- tending this dance were Miss Jessie Weiler, Mrs. Louise Kimbell, Mrs. Kenton Clarke and Miss Cora Ritchie. O INTER-CLUB DANCE CT HE clubs, as a body, did a big thing, Saturday, March 12,-they gave a very lively informal dance at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Memorial. The couples-one hundred-danced to the tunes from Lietzow-Simmonds "Harmony Boys". During the course of the evening Emma Hayes and a friend favored them with two very delightful specialty numbers, a Spanish dance, and a clever tap. 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A ,.-. . -V. ,..,..... A - f J -gi.. A ' ,... g::.'Q1".::':-.--f.:a.r.:....1z:h..-,-u.- TVF. . , ,,-Q-,.-,,,... ..... : ...Q . "But now my task is smoothly done, I can fly, or I can run." , ' ,'.g ,I 'r l L. . fi ff il, il Ll i X .ffm fx -it 'I itil "" n I ' 'LL -f - KLEMER Qing? 'lim s-QT 7 MTW if H lil- --'-Y'--f..,.. -- , K I " -"-Q--rafzzri - " , ji ,Vg .lt A Q Cl-IILDREN'S SCHOOLS Froebel was tbe frst to recognize tbe importance of tbe education of tbe young cbild and also wornanis place in tbis yield. Woman's education bad been a carbon copy, some- wbat dim and srnudged, of ber brotbefs, and Froebel substituted one tbat was essentially feminine. Tbe seed Wbicb be sowed in bis kindergarten training scbool at Marientbal bas borne mucb fruit. - J-.I , ffhilv ga.. .t ' iz efq-l i s.JV?7f, "t A .l ', i f If uh' A ' 'H v 1 L u A x 'W 1 4 - , n . f f , . VS.. 1' f H," -, J.. gf-..... --. ... ,., "Ls .MV-5 ,wtf MAOYP! L " ',g.Jf"' 1-1 .QI q , ,, -v ,. li ll A A -nm ,, d""'- ' - r 1 , , D K r Q N. x , X n . ififgsis - l FT I ,..."....---' ' maui? , fiat:-' J Q N tw...-., ' THE THE MODERN CHILD IN TI-IE MODERN SCHOOL k anvil jst ,tif f flnasmuclv as all students are familiar with the Clvildren's School-or should be-the editor has substituted for the usual Writeup the following advice to Seniors, given by Miss Clara Belle Baker at tlve Faculty-Senior Breakfast., iBEFORE you Seniors leave National, I should like to be sure that you fully understand the modern child and the modern school. The modern child is not ductile and docile as you were thirty-five or more years ago when you attended the primary school. The modern child fre- quently explodes into temper tantrums. One child in our school threw plates and tumblers at the lunch hour. That is what is meant by "dynamic educationn! When a child begins to shriek and yell, the teacher places him in the center of the room, and lets all the children observe him. Then she has Harold Rugg's "Child-Centered School". Little boys in the modern school like to run away. In such a situation, the teacher's part is to give chase. Our building is ideally constructed for this purpose, since the corridors make a complete circuit, and the child can lead CHILDREN S SCHOOL the chase "around and around". I-Iere you see' the whole child wholly engaged in the whole round of life". You also see the student teacher "pursuing her chosen interest". One day a child escaped through one of the exits, and the student teacher pursued him to the brink of the canal. If the child jumps in, the teacher should jump in after him. That is what Dr. Kilpatrick means by "activity leading to further activity". If the child throws a ball at a school window with a purpose to break the window and fails, the teacher should provide a hammer, and help him carry his act to com- pletion. "Success,', says Horn, "is essential to mental health". In our last summer school we tried a plan which proved highly advantageous. Instead of serving the children a thirty-five cent lunch, we let each child bring his own money and eat whatever he pleased. One boy used to eat a dollar's worth of food at a meal. He chose all the vegetables and all the desserts on the menu, and came back for more! The White House Conference urges that "the school provide for the development of special abili- ties." Whenever I meet that boy in the corridors, I am impressed with the fact that he is getting ua well-rounded development." I notice that some of the College students are getting it too. 4, L, .1 4 1 M.. I ii jg' J, f 1 1 S I 1 1 .ft -,J I. I ,.,.' 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Q, Fifi' ,,nwaQ QL rw -1: 'lf .5 if WW L1 XX ' XX -.XXXf fffrf-X. XX X - X ,X is sX X X X,, . X- . i Q 1415, - 1, r yer X -jf Qw mtg' X. --1, f,42Xr'X -X Weir. " X, X XX . sqm elsif , 1 , f 'T Ml' ' ,AQ .. i""'k? ,5iX.f':X, A " .Xi . 'gl X if G ' -, ZXI ' 'X X 'A " 15,1 X 'l X',.,X"" -' .af--,e,.X'. ' : X.-g.Xi...,'f 14,2 1 Xi m .2 1' f i2f'T'?Jf ' in Y 44, Q. ,-...asf V 1-up ' A i "' 15 7: 'wt-. ..-,. ....:'T"'i'+g-gfX5.X.. , X ,., VL 3 lpv.f-'LE P 51 5'- przrszzazv 47221 ii , - ' - ..,.aX -A "M-"" ' '- it Yi '.-VXX . XX X X ' " g,XX,XX:gg,g'gA Zi. 's V - . -, X fl MARY CRANE NURSERY SCHCOL ALKING down I-lalsted Street amid strident sounds and drab surroundings, a sudden turn brings one to a picture, made more vivid by contrast- happy children, little toddlers of two up to sturdy hustlers of five, riding, climbing and playing on the apparatus in a wide, clean playground. Who has painted this picture? National! , With the help of the College and the student assistants and the Mary Crane League, Miss Kenagy, the director, has made this happiness possible in the development of the Mary Crane Nursery School at Hull House. Here many little children find the fulfillment of their charter right to be healthy, to express their thoughts through doing and to grow as a result of enriched experience. A day in the Nursery School is a fascinating experience. Twelve nationalities are represented and most of the children are brought in by mothers who are working all day. After taking OH: his coat Nall by himselfn, the child visits the bathroom, then dons one of the soft ziper suits provided by the School and runs down to the playground -if Dr. Dick isn't there to "shoot" him. The morning Hies-out-door and in-door play, rest periods, simple rhy- thms from the new boolc, "Musical Experiences of Young Childrenn, which Miss Kenagy and Mr. Arnold have written,with these children as their inspiration, luncheon and a nap. The worlc with parents, helping them carry the new ideas into home situations, is one of the finest features of Mary Crane. This year the student teachers had the thrilling experience of attending a dinner in honor of Jane Addams at Hull House, seeing the Nobel award and actually shaking hands with the awardee. The Morning Delivery ,Vai-,.:,.1,g" -1.,2,-L1- .1. P.-.,. br , , , 1a 1 1 7535331 1 C 1 A , L 1x-1'- 'gf 95231-1'-1"1 1'U:1"W. .1 -iq, 1- :.1W -1 1:111V,.pWV. f 1 ., ,Lim "TV Tnggf 1 "- '11 'elE?3+'F'1'E1W?,1'-f .1, l?f3i1fu.11lt.VTU' "1-114fWlW' 1 ,. 1 1,1 t:'W,W.Wf11:.-me-i 1- - ' . 1 -W iizli Qiftif- 5 Tr 'iil'11l'i- 1 -' , Weil, .'i1'f'E1,1W- 112331, , ,1:Wi,.,,.,:,.,'-1'.,'1 'mf 115. 1. c V .V- 11!i11fWi1TYW?11T1f.11W1"':W , . 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Janet Grubb: "No, Ill take it with me." s.,,,- '9 ,L ,EL W Jo Bliss julia Elvin o Marian Norris Helen Rollo Helen Boeringer and twin sister Q Janet Davis Mary Ellen Smith Ann Leich o Audrey Shad Sunny Nelson Kay Preston 0 Louise McCabe Annette Thompson Fran O,Brien: "J a c lc says he worships the very ground I stand on.', Sis Frantz: "I don't blame him. A farm of that size is not to be sneezed at.', o "Bobby, have you timed your car yet?" Bobby Muggleton: "Yes, it stood perfectly still for two hours and six minutes in the middle of the road yesterday." bf" . .r-- "' 'F ' .fi .4 iq Hs... . 5"-L' 1- 1 'lg ,via , W-rl--, , qifv k, . pm .,, 1 . u " ' ' V , i I e . to f,wlfSMI , 'ni Ji X' J VP. .. ,V 114.43 5 hi- ul' 'Q 9 ,4 fi -i., E1+'5a.1421s5-in -1 1- -- 1- vf 4-:aw 1 . NTT? 11' E .- f .L-A-cal . V 'r ' -.gf-1 Y. t., . Lffa- x w" SNR, it .A L1 13' r.-bg Ni.--11 P, Y. ,t- HNNQJ " , .,ff' . il 1 1 tl r, A .ii 2' Tj :'L':if':' A Q ilAA.MYA Y , J .1 Z ' gi . 5 , , li . 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' ., Ng-ffevff Eii ?l 2315 s:,g?t' N 2 I 55: 2, 1 vi-F iii! 1' H5 7- ,- --SF. l--V ,MV A'1, '. faq- N--" 2 gg A :Tir f y mifzyg "s" ' -" ' ' L ' If ' ,' I' W I W r 'f', ' lf a - 2, ,, if Q..J gg" 14 's VH - u ' :u,FNf -, J ,TN N fu.,-I: ,qu - e PW s 'Wx fi' Q , Q f ' V' -I : 3 2,1-"I l-. 5, , .,.--' ' LVEQ i s------ ..-1, ----- , ' gr-,tsl-:. -:. 7. .:.f.::Z1T fi Lf ' !2"7'. mg- . "ln Words, as fashions, the same rule will bold Alike fantastic, if too new, or ola'g Be not the first by Whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside." 1 To 11 Qur Friends N.C.E. There's many a shop-and many a stop- Many a sandwich and soda- There's many a drug-sent out by a mug- That's pure-mediocre-or maybe. V But there's one little spot-where you always must stop- Where everything's built for your comfort- There're magazines you may read-or boolcs for your creed- There're good things to eat that will please you. Sandwiches, salads and calces-enough you can't take- Hor DRINKS! . . . and some that will freeze you! There're nice things to wear for your face and your hair- And drugs-guaranteed "as the doctor will order". There's more we could say-keep it up for a day- But there is just one thing to remember- We want you to know-that wherever you go- None will ever strive harder to please you- So come again soon-morning, evening or noon- You'll find a glad hand to receive you. Clancy-Martin Drug Co. Gre. 0912 1017 Central Street Evanston, Ill. , . ., ,, . ' V Q "xg-1.':5:1':.f-ur .A ' V--va., , .1 iq- Fignmf' , sg n..,-,J 34,.,tWv-L1,,., Q-0 I,-j:..,, -- . -' 4.i1gg'Sq... .Ku .v 525, . ' ., ' ' "yu . ,,T,, lff,u"s e s 1.LLhga ,,,, 1, f, V. I 1 ' ' . - - -'Y' ' N' .1 ., A 'iixkiffrif 9 49,55 ,. ' Mffzxwxurmli f: .,..' I h ya" . 4: 'MM .U .fiq WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE OF TI-IE PAST YEAR AND HOPE TO RETAINS YOUR CONTINUED GOOD WILL. YOURS FOR - QUALITY WORK. AND PROMPT SERVICE LAWRENCE FAMILY LAUNDRY V TELEPHONES University 7306 Wilmette 1105 415 Main Street Wilmette, Illinois J. D. TOLOFF J. D. Toloff has enjoyed making the pictures for "The National" and trusts the pleasant associations of 1932 may continue through the years to come. I I 518 Davis Street Telephone, Uni. 2178 zfwiu, Ln-xLvg1,E'2fg-J, f + Nr' , . 5 if-if-2. -1 ' . '1" ,U""' , -Fri. wTa.1,iQ in 1 c1'5"11"g'f!' - , 1, 1, 1 1 I 'c N 1751 1 P2 I' E y F S: 1 Q ,Q Q1 THE BEST SANDWICH AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE On The North Side Oh Yesl Where at KARRES' 1026 Central Street West of the L tracks WE DELIVER Telephone- GREenleaf 9004 and 9018 The most convenient location for you to have your parcels mailed, school supplies, stamps, magazines, films, and picture developing. Class and Fraternity Pins- Commencement Announcements, Stationery SPIES BROTHERS, Inc. Manufacturing Stationers Jewelers Makers of N. C. E. Pins 27 East Monroe Street at Wabash Avenue CHICAGO Phone Randolph 4149 Discounts To Students THE aa:-.aesr LITTLE Y ST RE JEIINEI-5 STON , VN 0 I ALIND nAvns sr HW A Open Evenings "Say It Witlv Flowersv Baskets, Bouquets and Corsages for the Graduate Our Speciality! O We Operate ONE Store Only 602 Davis Sr. O Geo. C. Weiland 699 Sons Inc. University 2656 and 2657 Evanston's Bonded Telegraph Florist Y MUMM DIQINT SHOP, INC. VYV PRINTERS to A PARTICULAR A PEOPLE OFFICE AND PLANT LOCATED AT 103 3 - 3 5 University Place EVANSTONOPhones GreenI'f 6900-6901 A sHAMPoo1NG MANICURING MARCELUNG FACIALS WATER WAVE SCALP MASSAGE FINGER WAVE HAIR DYEING angie elm Permanent Waving - All Lines of Beauty Culture Crrington Hotel 1710 ORRINGTON AVE. EVANSTON, ILL UNIVERSITY 0800 XX Though designed especially for chil- dren, the Cable Midget is in no sense a toy or compromise Piano. Ir has a complete 88-note scale, rich true tone, and full volume. The Midget is to- day used in the National College of Education as well as in more than a thousand other leading schools. CAB LE Piano Company 501 So. Wabash at Jackson, Chicago The Midget is the ideal Piano for the small apart- - - ment-the summer home, studio, sunporch or prac- l tice room-wherever quality is needed in small com- l A' fil pass. 3,4 -7 Reasonable Rental Rates! ANNOUNCING AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO CHILD EDUCATION CURRICULUM RECORDS OF TI-IE CI-IILDREN'S SCHOOL National College of Education N illuminating set of records in attractively bound volume of 560 pages, showing the unification of nursery school, kindergarten-primary and intermediate grades in a pro- gram of dynamic living. A Detailed outline records of large units of Work, illustrating the widening of children,s interests and experiences from year to year. Thirty-six illustrations from photographs of activities and units of work throughout the school. 1 Sketches of various days and tentative daily programs. Full records of activities, materials and outcomes in reading, language and arithmetic for the six grades, with preparatory experiences in the kindergarten. A complete set of individual records, showing the co-operation of parent, teacher, physician and psychologist, in meeting the needs of the individual. A carefully selected bibliography for teachers, including recent boolcs in many phases of child development and education. Price 32. 00 BUREAU OF PUBLICATIONS NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 4 1 hx: Q ",.:x5-4' 5- Vw. fi, 1 .av ,ev 49' Our Alma Mater NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 1 ' A1-J MET 3 iiiei 14'552E4J4Feii1 JQJ Jjl z Maia ilyziiigiiiifilife JV, Sgiidx 65111: Q glad - ly do we sing to thee,Our dear-est A1-ma Ma - ter. We high - est priv-i - lege to give, To thee, our A1-ma Ma - ter. 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