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EARLE CRABTREE. . President FRED CARRICO Vice-President VIRGINIA KERSEY Secretary BUD NEILY Treasurer ALLISON, BEATRICE BROWDER. DEWEY BEAMER. HAROLD BOWLES, NELL BOARD, CHARLOTTE BUSHONG. EMILY BURRIS, NELLIE BOPP, CARL CECIL, DOROTHY HARMAN, BILL JORDAN, EARLY Jackson, lewis BOARD, MARY BOYD. FRED CRABTREE, BOB COLEMAN. VIRGINIA CECIL, ZACK GRANTHAM. ARTHUR GRAY. JULIUS GROSECLOSE, RENA SUE hardy, alonzo HARDY, CARO AUST, BLANCHE AUST, ERNEST BERRY, I ENA BERRY, AZALEA COLTRANE, PEGGY CLINE, WADE CARSON, BILLY CREGER, LUCILLE DOWNS, PAULINE CAMPBELL, GERTRUDE DORIOT, JACK HAISLIP, FLORA MAE HAWKINS. THOMAS HALL, HERBERT MORF.HEAD. NELL HaRRELL, BEULAH MEMBERS SENIORS CRaBTREE, EaRLE DUNCAN, WINIFRED GROSECLOSE, JULIAN GLENN, ELIZABETH HUNT. JEAN CLAIRE HAISLIP, SAM HENSON, CHARLOTTE JUNIORS KERSEY, VIRGINIA landis, nancy RHODES, DAISY TATE. LOUISE WORLEY, MARGARET SOPHOMORES HANKS. FRANCES HARDY, ELDRIDGE INGLES, OLI.IE KING, BONNIE KING. ROBERT knapp, Katherine LEWEY, MABEL MaNUEL. MaRGaRET MARTIN, HENRY PORTER, CHARLES HAISLIP, ELIZABETH KERSEY, VIOLET RATCLIFFE, MABEL SCHRADER, MARZELL ROBERTSON. PERRY Taylor, dorothy WOOD, VIRGINIA AUST. FOY Carrico, fred DAVIS, PIERCE DAVIS, FANNY SANDS. DUANE WHITE. CHARLES PAINTER. HAL JOHNSON, RUTH RICHARDSON, BEAUREGARD REYNOLDS, ROSA SURFACE, MARY SNIDER, ANNA SHEPPaRD, THELMA SEAGLE, DUVAL SHEPPaRD. VIOLA TUCKER. EVELYN FRESHMEN HYTER, GAIL HARKRADER, MARGARET HaRRIMAN, GERTRUDE II ARM AN, ZOLA JENNINGS, GLENN IACKSON, DOTTY K1NGREA, T. S. KEGLEY, MARK KINZER, FRED ALLISON, MARGARET BUNTS, ELSIE Eastman, ruth KENT, MARGARET LYONS, ERNEST MATHENEY, BILLY MUMPOWER, LUCILLE NUNN, FANNIE MUMPOWER. FRANCES ODELL, LAYMON PORTER. MUTT QUESENBERRY, MADRID QUESENBERRY, ELLEN RUPE, ROY RUNION, LILLIAN Saunders, chari otte SURBER, RUTH STAM BaUGH, MILTON SPANGLER. ZORA WALLNER, DOROTHY WHITAKER. ABBIE WOODYARD. ERNEST WYATT, FRED WARD, MARY NELSON, LOIS MISS ELIZABETH BLAIR MISS LAURA DALTON ADVISORS MISS EVELYN PETERS MISS ELIZABETH PUGH
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1 OFFICERS ELEANOR FRYE President ROB E RT BEAM ER Vice- President VIRGINIA INGLES. Treasurer MOZELLE DALTON Secretary MOTTO: Try. trust , triumph. COLORS: Purple and gold. BRINKLEY, SaDIE BROWDER. GARNETT BUSHONG, MILLER COLEMAN. MILDRED DRAPER, DI ANE DALTON, MOZELLE Eastman. Robert bane. HELEN BEaMER. ROBERT ( ECIL DOROTHY BOCOCK, RALPH DEWEY, HENRY COX. MARTHA COX. ELIZABETH BERRY. WILMA DALE, SUSIE AUST, CHARLES ANDERSON. VIRGIL BARNWELL. NaNCY BONES, JACK BUNTS. INEZ BOWLES. REGINA BAKER. ROY BURCHETT. OSSIE CASH. FRANCES davis. graham GEMMELL, ROBERT ALBERT, ELIZABETH AYLOR. RAYMOND ALLISON, EVELYN BOCOCK. GLENNA BUNTS. VIRGINIA BAUGH. EVELYN BRALLEY, MIRIAM COX, WILMA CREGER. CORBET DYER. CHARLES DALTON. CARMEN DAVIS, PAUL DAVIS, LILLIAN HANKS. KATHLEEN HURST, ELIZABETH Harding, forrest HALE, FRANCES MEMBERS SENIORS FRYE, ELEANOR FIELDS, DONALD HURST. NAOMI KASEY. BOGA LEE KINSER. GARNETT kinser, palmer MATHENEY, MARGARET KEGLEY, BURLIE JUNIORS FANNING. N.-vNCY GEMMELL, JAMES HAI l. wyona HUDSON. GEORGIA INGLES. VIRGINIA JOHNSON, MARGARET KaNODE, KATE KINSER. HARVEY SOPHOMORES HUFFORD, HAZEL HALE. FRANK JONAS, LYONS MAY, MARY E. NEIGHBORS, DOROTHY NEILLEY, WARREN RUPE. IRENE RAUHOFF, MARGARET STRAUSS. ANDREW STONE, WILBUR FRESHMEN HUFFORD, LOUISE HALL. ETHRIDGE HURD. JUNIOR JAMESON. INIS JOHNSON. LOIS JONAS. EVELYN KUNKEL, HUNTER LEMONS. AULDEN MYERS, EMMA MILES. VIRGINIA MOORE. ALICE MEREDITH. CURTIS O ' DELLE. CURTIS OWENS, HAZEL OWENS, ELIZABETH OWENS. ROY PAYNF. RHUDY MULLINS, ANN MUIRE, BETSY RICHARDSON. LUCILLE SANDS. GEORGE spraKER Margaret TURPIN, FREEDA THOMAS, MARGARET KINSEY ' , MARGARET KINSER. L. A. LEWEY, WILBUR MOREHEAD. HAZEL STEGER. SIDNEY V, -iNHOY ' , CLARA WHITAKER. GRACE WHITAKER. FRED WHISMAN. JULIA SEAGLE. GRAY Y ' AUGHAN. I ESSIE WHITT. ALFRED WARD. BEN CROUCH. MILTON HUDDLE. THOMAS HURST. CALVIN hailey. nellie HIGHT. HARRY KANODE. ROY MOREHEAD. ELIZABETH QUESENBERRY. NELLIE QUESENBERRY, CLARIS GROSECLOSE, ALBERTA SPANGLER. JESSE SMITH, ANDREW STONE. IVAN TICE. THORNTON TIMMONS. LUCILLE T 1 MMONS. VIRGINIA ward, ernest YVY ' aTT. FRED WEBB, BYRTLE WOOD, CATHERINE WOHLFORD, M RGARET WOHLFORD, DWIGHT WAINWRIGHT. jean WARD, ETHEL WALKER. ISAAC ADVISORS MISS HELEN CROSWHITE MISS FRANCES ROSENBLATT MRS. EVELY ' N FINKS HALL MR. CARL SHUFFLE BARGER 119
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The Jefferson Literary Society entertained the student body with many interesting programs. The first program of real interest, “The Spirit of Peace,” sponsored by Miss Frances Rosenblatt, was given on November 10. Wilma Berry as Mother Peace took her part well. Glenna Bocock, Katherine Wood, Carmen Dalton, Elizabeth Cox, Wilma Cox and Dorothy Wallner, representing the children of many lands, carried out the armistice spirit beautifully. Other characters of interest were the Red Cross Nurse played by Ann Mullins and assisted by boy scouts; the Mother, played by Margaret Matheney; the school boy, Aulden Lemons; Education, Harold Beamer. An interesting musical reading was given by Elizabeth Cox, who was accompanied by Martha Cox. Several vocal and violin solos of a patriotic nature were rendered by the participants. Another program of interest was a Stunt Program gotten up by the members of the Jefferson Literary Society and sponsored by its president, Eleanor Frye. Many interesting stunts were performed to the enjoyment of the faculty and the entire student body. Foy Aust and Susie Dale left special marks of distinction. These two proved their unsurpassed comic ability. The first interesting debate of the year was given by the Jefferson Literary Society on the Stat e question, " Resolved, That the Counties of Virginia Adopt the County Man- agement Form of Government.” The affirmative side was upheld by Duane Draper and Margaret Spraker. The negative side was upheld by Margaret Matheney and Robert East- man. The judges decided in favor of the negative. In conclusion an interesting reading, “Buying a Hat,” was given by Betsy Muire. A delightful piano solo was rendered by Virginia Howard Wood. J niJlergl jSi lerartj A very cleverly presented program was given by the members of the Lindbergh Literary Society on March 6. The program, sponsored by Miss Peters, consisted of a parody on “Julius Caesar” and was played by the members of the Latin classes. The program concluded with delightful vocal selections rendered by Mrs. Earl Lange and a piano duet by Misses Mozelle Dalton and Martha Cox. On April 16 the Lindbergh Literary Society debated on the State question, “Resolved, That the Counties of Virginia Adopt the County Management Form of Government.” I he affirmative was upheld by Virginia Howard Wood and Dorothy Taylor; the negative was upheld by Harold Beamer and Garnett Browder. In rendering the decision in favor of the affirmative the judges highly complimented both sides of the debating team on the strong points cited in the argumentation. Vocal selections by “Bee” Kinzer and Jean Claire Hunt, accompanied by Mozelle Dalton, served delightfully as concluding numbers. 6 tjouii ) lleetmgs of T ociei On December 2d the Jefferson and Lindbergh Societies held a joint meeting — the first joint meeting of the year, and presented a Christmas Cantata, “Santa Claus and his Fam- ily.” The program was directed by the President of the Jefferson Literary Society and aided by Miss Peters, faculty advisor of the Lindbergh Literary Society. The cantata showed results of careful preparation and untiring efforts of the sponsor and the members taking part. Readings, “The Night Before Christmas,” by Glenna Bocock, and “The 121
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