U Of Penn Women Student Govt - Record Book Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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Edllor-zn-Clurj MARGARET WALLACE ARNOLD A.r.rz'.rlanf Edifor lfffVCl'fL.J'llI'1.g fllanager ISABEL MCCAUGHAN ELIZABETH BARTEN Llzferaqy Ed lor BuJine.rf fllzznager RUTH HAZLETT HELEN WOODS dr! El!L'f0f SubJcrL'p1f1'on ELIZABETH CLEMENT POTTS GLADYS BRENNAN reeimg VER this Record of our year's activities the Record Board has faith- fully worked. We now submit it for your approval hoping that you may have the same pleasure in looking through it that we have had in planning it and getting it ready for you. 9 :vi'5ff'.'Nl IN MEMORY OF illflargaret jfrankeherger whose name will ever live on the University campus. Not only as President of the Women's Undergraduate Association was her influence felt, We all knew her and loved her. Her passing from us is a source of deep regret to us all. To her parents and friends we extend our sympathy for their loss. nagxglxgmi AZZgZZZBBBiisX 5' w f J QQNTENTS E 5 s fl Q BOOK I W. S. G. A. BOOK 2 The Classes BOOK 5 College Activities ADVERTISEMENTS T DIRECTORY V I I ' W. J-..,,....... 'SGW 'WDW Greezfing "The end of growlh lid' more growllzf' -IOHN DEWEY. LASS of 1924: We who are about to enter neyv paths, to undertake new duties, will look back over these four years as :fig perhaps our greatest period of development. May we go forth with this ambition, to repay in some measure by fuller growth in our respective careers, the privileges and benefits granted to us by the University of Pennsylvania. Under ClaJ.re.r.' May your college career be as happy and as fruitful as has that of the Class of 1924. We have seen in the making, many things. May it be your share, your larger opportunity to carry on the activities to ever progres- sive fulfillment. GERTRUDE WILLIS, Praridenf of Hze W. S. G. A. ACM- N953 Took One W. S. G. ff. Ojfcenf President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 14 The Record Book September 29, 50 October 6 ...... October 12. . . October 26. , . November 9 .... November 15328 November 26-28 December 14. . . February 16 .... February 22 .... March 10-15. . . March 14 ........ May 16 and 17. . May 19 ........ Iune 18 .... Galendar ....W.S.G.A. 15 ............FreshmanCamp Reception for Freshmen ..........Pirates' Ball Iunior-Freshman Party Senior-Freshman Picnic r . A Field Day Sophomore Supper . . . . .Rushing Season . , . . . .Iunior Week ....W. S. G. A. Dance . . . . .Commencement . . . . .University Day . . . .Senior Week . . . . .Pele Mele . . . . .May Day , ...... Hey Day . . . . .Commencement The Record Book Frarhman Camp REEN! We would have made the Irish look sick -all of us that were herded together at Broad Street Stationl There we stood overawed by upper classmeng feeling very small and insignificant, and not in the least like "college women." Once in the train, however, the atmosphere changed. The Frosh got to- gether and right then and there we began to show that pep "which has made us what we are today." It was Iimmy Mangigian who wrote the immortal "Peppy Freshmen with the PEP, PEP PEPPERY WAYSV' It was Iimmy who taught it to us On the train. Ac- ' ' companied by gazooks we soon made the Sophomores turn and look. We got to Arcola, hoarse, thrilled, and grinning, gave our bags to the wagon driver and hiked it to camp. Upon arriving, there was a wild rush first to get our bags and then our rooms. We kicked ourselves out of ladies' clothes and jumped into bathing suits. Then we raced down to the creek, barefoot, across a stony field. We came to dinner in knickers. Flo was at the head of one table, and Siter at the other, here we were intro- duced to Mary and Tommy whom we were destined to meet, or at least hear, every meal. At dinner we sang, the Frosh learning Penn songs rapidly. We passed "up our dishes in a nice neat pile," and departed for the barn. There we danced the Paul Iones by the light of old lanterns. At about nine o'clock we all went down to the creek to the big camp-fire. This was perhaps the biggest thrill of all. Flo spoke to us telling us about campus and giving us Penn spirit. After other talks we went to our bunks but only after consuming hot dogs. On Sunday, Thelma led the services at the old fountain. Betty Hump and Mim told us about U. of P. camp. That afternoon Miss Snowden, Miss Erskine and Dr. Minnick came to camp and the Frosh who had been practicing their own particular songs, gave their own cheers and sang with everyone at dinner. That night, we came home, to go to Campus on Monday wearing green buttons, hats and Frosh handbooks, ready to be true Pennsylvanians-to help our class. That was Freshman camp, and to all future Penn-Bennetts let us say: YEA FROSH, GO TO FRESHMAN CAMP. ELIZABETH SADLER. 16 The Record Book Tele .Mele N THE night of Pele Mele the classes presented an amusing variety of stunts. We no sooner had witnessed the awful but thrilling tragedy, "lVlacbeth," than we were taken to watch a quiet and dignified game of Mah long. Since the classes had worked so hard on their songs, it was considered only Htting and proper that they should be given time to show their musical talents. luniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, each tried to outdo the peppy Seniors since a silver loving cup was to be presented to the class having the best song. A tragic comedy came next during which much sympathy was extended to the lonely lady in the cell, and the responsive audience grit its teeth when the unfeeling father banished the lady's lover. This pitiful scene was followed by the Sophomore stunt. They formally introduced us to their famous Pansy Club. Last but not least, we were exported to Russia and admitted to a colorful cabaret. As the curtain jerked closed, it had been ner- vous all evening, we waited in suspense to see who would carry away the cup. The Sophomores had been voted successful so we were very proud of them. MILDRED THORP. W. S. G. A. Dance Cn an evening in December, The fourteenth, if you remember, A great occasion happened, for 'twas then That sweet music sounded gaily, As the girls who are seen daily, ln the halls and widespread campus of old Penn, Appeared in fluffy dresses With "washed and wiggledu tresses, To do honor to the sweet muse Terpsichore. And a little bird had told us If we're wrong you mustn't scolcl us, That a tassel which was hanging near the door Was removed by skilful fingers. As a souvenir it lingers In some memory book to mark the happy day. So next year, if you're still hearty You must come and join our party For no dance is quite so nice as the W. S. G. A. DOROTHY DINSNKORE. 18 The Record Book i T t ay ay o,o f .. J 'ifii izj , Q ' Stiff' ' -- "Deep in the woods I hear a shepherd sing ,', -, A Simple ballad fo a Sylvan air f -g E Of love that ever finds your face more fair 5 . zip, I could not give you any goodlier thing LI" Q 1-I If I were king." France in the fifteenth century, youth, love, romance. w How truly it held our May Day spirit. As we returned with l a start to the twentieth century in the Play-room of the Plays and Players' Club, we found it quite in our hearts to forgive the Botany Department for building new green- houses. We realized that this charming old-world tale was as truly our May Day as past performances in the Bi-Gardens had been. We realized too, as the spell of the romance was lifted that gay Master Francois was none other than Flo Crush, and Peg Schell his lovely lady. But surely these metamorphoses were no stranger than that of Chick Schoff as the crafty A and sarcastic King Louis, or E s t h e r Mac- Neir as the wanton maid Huguette, or of Con- nie Rementer as the grim hangman, Trois Echelles. And we chuckled to ourselves as we thought of Mary Siter in the role of Rene de Montigny, roisterer and rogue 3 of Billie Taft as decrepit little Mother Villong of Esther Israeli as Tristran, right-hand man to the King. And so with all the rest, soldiers, dancers and courtiers we felt the true spirit of the occasion. 'Z DOROTHY DINSMORE. 19 AFTER A PARTY cqL""B"'G To MD WE Q ip 1 I. " I A - fix ' ' 'J fx ' X X 4+ 5355-ISI E , ,ur X ,. I , ' XQ N? The I rr EACH DOOR UNDER WMM. wear: -LABELED. -SOPHS S 'F PARTY 'ff a SKIZNY mn, , 'pl cam. A! 1 Ll5T INC: 5 T MIT- I IUQWA Q 9 f 'fi ,LM.-.-. Q G I N -Fl. . 1,1 ,QB X W Lg!-1 x SEERQEN - STUDWNC, Pr NOTICE E , 25- AR ,ow To-W mv, K, ' 1 2 MEET 'QY L57 GYM , .Q ' ING- smrori BLT IW' " an W , ' ,M mx 3: H f W yq, ,ff if 5 Il- 'E GETTING READY fork 4"',IjJsQj,'23M 0113 M FRESHMEQXI smcr I GYM 4, . W ... f W W A I, J 37 ,X 1 3 N! ! Q1 xx , . ii . 'i f ' ' 1' 50 ' l f I 121 I' H fi.. I , . . xg if 'iw r .N X fm 1.3 vkx- 'g-Q.. Y V 3 Nl J png, Q 5 UH, lm - I Q, I -A Q ll Qiyggfc ff? msmw ' 15-WW H L 1f'J'L T + 994' . ggi SWK' T ggi 1' ' QM KQMTXX Q1 'EY'-,f The W0men'J Graduate Glufr THIS club is the official organization of the graduate women students of the University, of whom there are about five hundred this year. It holds monthly meetings at which well-known speakers such as Dr. Child and Dr. Kelsey talk on subjects of interest in the field of graduate work, The officers for this year are: President, Ruth S. Capersg Vice-President. Frances Drew 5 Secretary and Treasurer, Elizabeth Metzger. Tart Time Siudenif The Part Time Students' Government Association holds two meetings a month, one in which the officers and eight other members meet in councilg the other is a social evening which all the members attend. We have a group that hikes, another which makes up a dancing class, while still others are planning to fence. ELSIE M. SMITH, Vice-Pre.rL'denf. 21 if To Tenneytvania 176, who have Jpentfoar yearf of youth with thee, Are going forth to .rhow what youth can mean. And having learnt what loyalty may he, Tradition'.r worthy and having fett the dream Of .rervice made more real and .rimpter to attain By what you teach uf of the waytr of tifeg .find knowing the ambitionf and the .rtrain Of many mina'.r with inlrpiration rifeg T he Jtruggtef and the conquertw and the aim.r Of many kinetreat .rpirit.r, in tho.re hounr IV hen hopef are high andfrienattvhip botdty ctaima' Itlr right to bind with mataatty binding powenr: lye feet oar debt to Pennfytvania Unmeaxuratnte, incateatahte, . . anew- Im'-753 Took Two Senior OWCKFJ President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary 24 The Record Book QA ipaleonfological jllemoir PREH1sToR1c AGE HERE is a certain race, or human strata, still existent, whose record can be traced back through the ages. The scientific name for this group is "Klasof '24," and we have dim traces of its life even in the earliest times. We know that it invaded Campuslandia about the year 1920. We know, too, that this new race had a long and patient struggle to establish its existence in the strange land. The chief industry of these early days was apparently waiting. This was usually done in lines and was varied by frenzied writing on cards. The new race was very careful to leave a likeness of each member upon vellum. We must imply that the methods for taking these likenesses were still very rudimentary because no human species could possibly look as badly as those pictures would indicatel There is evidence of a struggle between the Klasof '24 and a slightly older race but history points to a reconciliation or armistice. "And these two races struggled for existence, the older backed by experience and wisdom gleaned from previous battles, the younger, with youth and vigor and en- thusiasm as its main assets. Neither could overcome the other, so they learned to live peacefully together." The records are very sparse at this juncture and many of the activities of the younger race are lost in oblivion. We do know that it was much given to the chanting of songs and competing with other local groups in this activity. Because of her ability to arrange these sounds and words, Thelma Harrison gained the admiration of her contempo- raries and her popularity increased as the race advanced. Her song won for the Klasof '24 what was called "Honorable lVlention." Another out- standing figure was Edna Davis who has gone down in history as the first President of that green-bowed mass. Thanks to able leadership and natural vitality, they braved the struggle for existence and survived with the fittest. Here history discloses a wide gap. Then we know that in May, when Campus- landia proclaimed a celebration in honor of Pan, this already self-asserting Klasof '24 took an important part. THE STONE AGE The records grow clearer as we enter the second era of the Klasof '24. This was an age when customs were established and mores and folk ways instituted that were to guide future races in Campuslandia. There came Dr. Minnick to be Dean of the School of Education. There came Miss Snow- 25 The Record Book den, and through her influence there was instituted a new type of building, still extant, called "Bennett Club." Then there was a celebration known as "Pirates' Ball" in honor of the advent into Campuslandia of a new race. A hockey team came into being next and then a basketball team which would contend, for the first time, with other teams in the outer world. With the organization of a "W. A. A." came "Field Day." The leader of the Klas- of '24, Helen Matthews, was leader in "Field Day." History records that the contest was won by the Klasof '24 and that they were awarded a silver cup. The Stone Age can be divided into two parts, the early or Paleolithic Age, when the race waged relentless warfare upon a new and still younger race which had invaded Campuslandia, and the Neolithic Age, when they abandoned war with a ceremony called "Sophomore Supper," and managed to live thereafter on amicable terms. After taking part in the annual event known as "Pele Mele" the Stone Age ended with a luncheon at the Normandie, the Klasof '24 having arrived at such a dignified stage of its development. THE BRONZE AGE Very much advanced in culture and the ways of the world, the Klasof '24 entered upon the new age. At the same time a new form of government supplanted the old Women's Undergraduate Association and was called the Women's Student Government Association. During the Bronze Age, the Klasof '24, under the leadership of Vi Alleman, became the guardian of a new tribe in Campuslandia, the Klasof '26. This tribe they endeavored to instruct in the ways of the world and in wielding their power against tradi- tional foes. History now becomes overwhelmed with events. Much time is taken up with a custom called "Observation," a technical term which means watching the process of elevating the minds of little savages in order that they may sometime inherit the domain of Campuslandia. Chronology maintains that it was in this age that Flo Crush was taken from the ranks of a lower race and initiated into the mysteries of Klasof '24. At the begin- ning of the Bronze Age there was proclaimed a week of celebration to be observed by every future generation which should assume the title of H Iuniorf' It is interesting to note what a large part Uluncheonsu played in the Bronze Age. Every time the members of the Klassof '24 met they held a luncheon at Bennett. Then there was a luncheon during Hlunior Week," and finally, a luncheon to bid farewell to the Bronze Age. 26 LJITCHES ' . - 52QHT sean-vc. me-as REALLY wggg THREE I wi SQ! if semen mssnmenv l :. ffafyfj A! HIKE 1' 2 -, ff X ' .gr ' -. , 7' X 4 . X U lj" W? Q 9 ,Z Q 1 I H9 1 JA .- 4 I 1 Q mm, p mas. I . P 4,4 ,Up I , 4625.4 I xx ' mr-OE if Fu 'sr J W ' 4' T X I ri, 'f - X - - J A "X' ,1QTf'v' ' , A f X -ms' f. v-:.eYx-Q, f -APELE-Iflg f gig Wyammfmnwl yf X I ' .. J r1p1uuu .,.,,.,,f '4 I WZ? ,Z A YV ' 1 f f'- 1-A ,K G' 'S J mlm! ff "i ,Nh If , 4,. X ? riylu x I - li Stn V U: f l h .. THELNH - .. ' V QW .ref N ,I 'S Xl liz! f , G ,ii F, 1. I bal i ,.v-A-gfw, .4111 5 .vga X - If J " Y ' f ,."'f"'F.7: . 1 ' .5 ',A,- fr. -,A- NIHRHET N I I -'-A7 "'."'. U-NRE JH55ING OFTHEPIRHTE FOR P1155 '24-'Q if sf, HA E Q-W,,,,,,'I we 35,9 v TAKEH FOR THE HM..-7111 WONDER " LTA, -' 41:9 RECOH D YET E, 11.5-nf-MA, mo IT D0 U' M IN 3 ani sooo ., l l an.. . P O J g - ' -. Q J f p, W 1 J 'M ' :PCB S7 . ' Q THOSE fwsw wif K f 'aa razanmm Tnouerw THEY X E I0 pf q o-voir-mreo 50r'lE'lHn-rf. !.fV X 3 V. D . DUI- !5EHl0riSqmave DEEN SP4 , 1' BRAQNY SW, ' Rusmu' Fon mas. ' ' M ' SONG PRRCIISE NQIECH Z' Mons THRN 2 'N Sol-'IEHNE3 4" ' VIJEEHSEHAQ '14 The Record Book THE LAST AGE IN CAMPUSLANDIA Having survived the other three stages the Klasof '24 reached the last stage in Campuslandia or as it might be called, the last age before that of Reason. Certain it is that they had developed from an eager, bewildered mass into a group of individuals spending a greater part of their time away from Campuslandia in practice teaching and seeing the world outside, rather than taking much part in group activity. However, they did put aside their cloaks for an afternoon and proceeded en masse to the woods to instruct the newest comers into Campuslandia, in the lore of nature, the art of fire-making and the Study ofthe great out-of-doors. Came that space of time known as l'Senior Week" with its teas and its banquet and dance, when the Klasof '24 felt the full dignity of its position. Came Hey Day when spring-time united with custom in proclaiming the end of the existence in Campuslandia and the promise of a new and bigger world outside. Who knows, but each one herself, how far she has advanced in thought and how much she has changed in point of view, or what influence these four ages have left indelibly marked upon her? For now she goes to step into the Age of Reason, a world each one possesses individually for herself. ELIZA FINNESSEY. ' '3'53E2' l'g"L'4!! iv: ' ' -:F 5' X 77 iisiifass . f :ease- as Jfffe fj, 3 28 .1 Q 1 . . Q 'FA X 'N ' Q. w. Y Q .M x x. 63 L. 1 Q R 4 Q.-es -. Q 3 S S 6 i ,. 1 Leif! s 'G N 's x , G 1 QE -X E v f. ' S 'Q The Record Book HAZEL ALEXANDER EDUCATION Historv Club. Tran.UterVfrom Delaware College. ELIZABETH ALT EDUCATION Pi Mu Epsilon. VIOLA ALLEMAN EDUCATION Kappa Delta, Mortar Board: Sphinx and Key, Upsilon Sigma Nu, Bowling Green. Class President, 55 May Day Chair- man, 5, Treasurer VV. A. A., 53 President VV. A. A., 4g Varsity Baslietliall, 2, 5, 45 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 5. 4g Chairman Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive, 43 Lutheran Delegate to Rock Island, Ill., 5, Delegate to Indianapolis, 4. 1'lY1I11ffCl' from Unlvenrlly of Jllclz zlga I1 . LILLIAN APOTHEKER EDUCATION Vice-Pres. U. of P. Forum The Record Book MARGARET W. ARNOLD EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ecli- tor of Record Boolcg Debating, 43 President, "Pro and Con" Club, 45 Senior Council, 4. GLADYS L. BAER EDUCATION Delta Delta Delta. Class Treasurer, 55 Councillor at Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Camp, 21 Group Captain, 55 Cercle Frangais, 2. l 51 ' EULA E. BAER EDUCATION Delta Delta Delta, Councillor at University of Pennsylvania Camp, 2. AGNES MARGARET BATES EDUCATION Chi Omega, French Clubg Glee Clulrg Field Club. The Record Book FLORENCE BAUMAN EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega. Play Day, 'J ,1.. CATHERINE BERNHARD EDUCATION Classics Club. x HARRIET RITA BELL EDUCATION Sigma Phi Delta. Menorah Societyg History Club. ROSALYN BLOOMBERG EDUCATION Menorah Society. 5 1 'The Record Book ETHEL BOARDMAN EDUCATLON Alpha Omicron Pi. MARY ELIZABETH BOOTH C. C. T. Kappa Delta Gamma. EVELYN BOND EDUCATION Nlay Da Committee, 55 Glee Clubg Fielcili Club, T1'an.je1'from Sizzle Collage, 1920,' UrJinu.r, 1921. FLORENCE BRACHMAN EDUCATION Secretary Classics Club, 5, 4. . . 55 The Record Book MARGARET S. BROWN EDUCATION Kappa Delta Gamma-Pres. Part Time Student Goverment. HESTER CAMPBELL EDUCATION Tran.jrr4fr0nz Hood College, 2. HELEN CALIFANO EDUCATION EVELYN A. CHAMBERLAIN EDUCATLON Alpha Chi Omega. Class Secretary, 45 Quffl and Baufvfe, 4g Niay Day Cast, 53 Pirates Ball Committee, 45 Chairman of Senior Dance, 4. Tranqfcr from Pldlarlcfpfllia .Yor- nzal Schzml. The Record Book MARGARITA B. CHAMPION C. C. T. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Up- silon Sigma Nu. Treasurer of Class, 2: 'BaskctlJall, 2g Treas- urer Qufll and Bmlblc, 4g Zelo Cast, 1, 2, 55 Philo Cast, 25 May Day Cast, 1, 2g Pele Mele Casts. DOROTHY MARIE CLUTCH EDUCATION Kappa Delta Gamma. New- man Clubg Glee Clubg Classics Club. REBECCA CLAVAN EDUcAT1oN MARGARET F. COLEMAN FINE ARTS A Kappa Alpha Theta. Uni- versity Dramatic Club. Tranqfer from Gouclzer College 1925. 'WO 1 -1- The Record Book DOROTHY G. CRAFT EDUCATION Delta Sigma Theta. FLORENCE ANN CRUSH IEDUCATION Kappa Alpha Theta, Upsilon Sigma Nu, Bowling Green, Nlortar Board, Sphinx and Key. Class President, lg Adviser Freshman Commission, 5, Treas- urer Wl. S. G. A., 55 May' Day Cast, 2, 5, President VV. S. G. A., 4 CSeptember to Februaryjg Captain of Varsity Hockey, 2, 53 Varsity Basketball, 2, 55 Varsity "P," 53 Athletic Board, o, 4. TfHl1I1:f6l' from LYI'llKf'6l'Jl!-V of WU- conmn. I, MARGARET E. CRUMRINE EDUCATION Alpha Phi Sigma. Cercle Frangaisg Spanish Club, Circolo Italiano, Cast of Circolo ltaliano Play, 4. EDNA DAVIS C. C. T. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Up- silon Sigma Nu. Class President, li Class Vice-President, 35 Basketball, lg Qui!! and Bauble, 2, 53 Dramatic Club, 1, 2 fCast, 255 May' Day Cast, 1, 23 Philo Plays, 1, 5, VV. S. G. A. Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3. The Record Book EDNA H. DETURCK EDUCATION Classics Club. Tramjer from Ketyxfone Normal School. ALI CE EDMUNDS EDUCATION Pi Lambda Theta KTTCGSIIFCPDQ Phi Alpha Theta. Classics Club. Pi Lambda Theta Iunior Award. MARGARET E. DOWLING EDUCATION Pi Ulu Epsilon. Newman Club. CLIVE I. FAIRBANKS EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega. La Cercle Frangaisg May Day, 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Council. 37 The Record Book GLADYS FAIRBROTHER EDUCATION Newman Clulvg Dramatic Clubg Vice-President Classics Clubg W. A. A. F. RUTH FERGUSON EDUCATION Y. XV. C. A. Cabinetg Coun- cillor at University of Pennsyl- vania Campg Settlement House' Cvlee Clulm, l, 25 Quz'llandBauble1 5. ROSE FENNER EDUCATION ELIZA P. F INNESEY EDUCATION Alpha Omicron Pi. Class Secretary, 53 Class ViCe-Prcsi- dent, 45 Spanish Club CViCe- Presiclentl, 5, 45 lVlay Day, l, 2, 35 Pliilomatllean, l, 2. The Record Book 4-.v-"" HILDEGARDE I. FITZ- MAURICE EDUCATION Kappa Alpha Thetag Pi Lambda Theta. Settlement House, 19163 Masque of the American Drama, 1917. M. EDITH GEEZEY EDUCATION Tramgfer from Slafc Aformal School, TVN! Chcmlcr, Pa., and Oberlin, Uhfo. EDITH ALICE FRIEND IEDUCATION GERTRUDE GILLESPIE EIJULTATION The Record Book SARA GILUTIN EDUCATION HAZEL YVALLACE GRAVES EDUCATION ' Settlement Houseg Faculty Tea Club. T ramyfer from Sl. Lawrence Um'- venrlly aml New York Slale Collage for Tcaclzcra' al Albany. DOROTHY GOCHEN OUR EDUCATION Upsilon Sigma Nu. Glee Club. BEATRICE RUTH GREEN EuUcATIoN The Record Book BEATRICE M. GRIFFITH EIJIJCAIION Delta Delta Delta. Glee Club, SQ Classics Club, 55 Com- munity Center, 4. CLARICE S. HAHN EDUCATION Sigma Delta Tau. Bowling Green: Chairman W. S. G. A. Publicity, 43 Chairman Nlay Day Publicity, 5, 4. ALBERTA R. GUTMAN EDUCATION Sigma Delta Tau. LAURA E. HAUSHEER BIOLOGY The Record Book ., . . THELMA HA R R ISON EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sphinx and Key, Mortzir Board. Secretary W. S. G. A. Captains, 5, Y. YV. C. A. President, 45 Quill and Baufrlcg' Record Board, 23 Business Nlanager, 5, Y. XV. C. A. Financial Chairman, 5, Councillor at University of Pennsylvania Camp, 1, 2, 3 Chief Councillor, 53 Eaglesmere Delegate, 5, Delegate to Indian- apolis Convention, 4. IEAN HEWETT EDUCATION RUTH E. HAZLETT EDUCATION Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Lambda Theta: Phi Alpha Theta. Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, 55 Record Board, 4. CONSTANCE L. HERBST EDUCATION Upsilon Sigma Nu. Senior Council, Field Club, Rivas Bac- teriological Society, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 45 Councillor at Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Camp, 5: Eaglesmere Delegate, 3. 1'ran.njfer Plzflaffefpfzzia Alanna! Scfwal. N The Record Book I SARAH HQFFiV1AN DOROTHY C. HOLLOWAY EDUCATION EDUCATION Delta Delta Delta. HELEN VIRGINIA HOOD EDUCATION HELEN BARTON HUBBARD EDUCATION Kappa Delta Gamma. Tramjcr from Jvnrmal School. Zeta Tau Alpha, 45 The Record Book 1 , , REBEKAH S. KEITH EDUCATION Tran.dc1'xfr01n Plu'ladelplu'a .Nar- mal School. MARY KERN S EDUCATION CATHARINE KELLEY EDUCATION Kappa Delta Gamma. Tramyfer from Normal School. MARY KEVIN FJDUCATION Kappa Alpha Theta. Y. NV. C. A. Cali-inet, 4j Eaglesmere Delegate, Sp Senior Council, 4. Z'ran.fferfronz Plu'lmiclpl11'a Nar- ma! School. 44 . k The Record Book FRANCES LEFEVRE EDUCATION Pi Mu Epsilon. FLORENCE LONG ED UCATION ETHEL ADELAIDE LETZ EDUCATION French Clubg Glec Club. CONSTANCE LOWENGRUND EDUCATION Sigma Delta Tau. The Record Book HAZEL QQVQENSTEIN 'ANNA R. MCDANNEL EDUCATION Sigma Delta Tau. LAURA F. MCDONOUGH ADA H, MACDONALD C. C- T. EDUCATION K Dlf G .,P'M PiMuEpsi1on. Epsffgffa et' mm 1 U 46 The Record Book DOROTHY MALZER EDUCATION Dramatic Club. E. CLAIRE MILLER EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omegag Upsilon Sigma Nu. Sphinx and Key: Mortar Boardg Class Vice-Presb dent, 25 Vice-President YV. A. A., 5g Class President, 45 Quill and Iiaubfc. , . HELEN MATTHEWS EDUCATION Delta Delta Delta. Sphinx and Keyg Eaglesmere Delegate: Class President, 25 A. A. Board Memberg Basketball: President Upsilon Sigma Nu: Cabinet Member, 25 Qui!! and Baulvlc. MIRIAM MULLER EDUCATION Alpha Epsilon Phig Pi Lambda Theta: Phi Alpha Theta. His- tory Club. L 1 The Record Book MAY NAYLQR NELLIE A. NOONE EDUCATION EDUCATION Zeta Tau Alpha. Newman Club. M. RUTH OPPERMAN EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega. Pirates HELEN C, PALIVXATARY Bull Committee, 4. EDUCATION 48 The Record Book CELIA PASTERNACK EDUCATION Pi Mu Epsilon. HAZEL BEATRICE PIERCE EDUCATION Classics Clubg Glee Clubg History Club, 5: Presbyterian Clubg Volunteer Circle Christian Service. DOROTHEA PFATTIGER EDUCATION KATHRYN E. PORTER EDUCATION Kappa Delta: Pi Mu Epsilong Sigma Xi. Quill and Baublej French Clubg Glee Cluhg May Day, 1, 2, 53 French Playg Philo Playsg World Fellowship: Pub- licity Committeesg Settlement House, l, 2, 5. The Record Book ELIZABETH C. POTTS EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mor- tar Boardg Vice-President XV. S. G. A. CFebruary to Iunelg Chair- man of Senior Weelcg Qufff and Bauble. Tramgfcr from Nvarmal Schooi. EVELYN E. RAMON AT EDUCATION Newman Club. IANE A. PRATT EDUCA'r1oN Alpha Phi Sigma. Vicc-Presi- dent Cercle Frangais, 5, 4j Spanish Clubp Alliance Frangais Medal, 19255 Cast of Cercle Frangais Plays, 5, 4. VIRGINIA REDMAN EDUCA'1'1oN The Record Book BEATRICE REYNOLDS EDUCATION Treasurer of Naturalists' Field Club. ELMA CORINNE ROBERTS EDUCATION Chi Omegag Glee Clubg His- fory Club. 51 ROSE RITTENBERG EDUCATION Alpha Epsilon Phi. Quill and Baufvleg Treasurer, 55 Vice-Presi- dent, 45 German Club. MINNIE SATINSKY EDUCATION Sigma Phi Delta. hlenorah Dramaticclubgpsychologyclubg Nlay Day, 2. The Record Book ARLENE B. SCHLOTT B1oLooY Alpha Phi Sigma. Vice-Presi- dent Field Club, 5, Glee Club. MIR IAM I. SCOTT EDUCATION Chi Omega. Class Treasurer, 45 Curator of Field Clubg Assis- tant in Zoology Laboratory. 52 FLORENCE H. SCHWARTZ EDUCA'l'ION Alpha Epsilon Phi. EMMA N. SEGAL EDUCATION Assistant Secretary of Ger H1811 Club, 45 Cast of "Sherwood," 2. The Record Book MIRIAM I. SENSENIG EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dra- matic Cluhg French Club. 11l'llI'1Jj0l'Afl'0l7Z Nornzal School. DOROTHY M. SHELMIRE IEDLTCATION Kappa Delta. Glee Clubg French Club. FRANCES SHAPIRO EDUcA'r1oN Sigma Phi Delta. Secretary Psychology Club, 45 Dramatic Clubg Nlay Day, 2. B. CELIA SCHMUKLER C. C. T. Sigma Phi Delta. Classics Clulmg French Clulig hlcnorah Society. 53 The Record Book LUCIA SMITH Education IANE HUNTER SNEYD EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega. Cercle Frangaisg El Club Espafiolg Chairman Senior Banquet. Tramrfer from Ur.rinu.r. - 4 LILIAN SMYTHE EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega. Cercle Frangaisg May Day Commit- tee, 2 . MERIAM LEONORE SPADE EDUCATION Chi Omega. Chairman of Methodist Women, 5g Field Club p Spanish Clubg French Club. 54- The Record Book ALICE PARVIN STERNER EDUCATION Spanish Club, Spanish Play. HELEN TEITELMAN EDUCATION Secretary "Pro and Con" Clubg Debating Team, Execu- tive Council of Class, 4, Dra- matic Club, 2, Glee Club, 5, Secretary Menorah, 4: Senior Week Committee, Pele Mele, 45 Class Stunts, 1, 2, May Day Cast, 4. BILLIE GERTRUDE TAFT EDUCATION Beta Phi. Quill and Baublej Elected to May Day, 5, Chair- man of VVorld Fellowship Com- mission, 5, 4, Chairman Baptist Students, 53 International House, 2, 53 May Day, 5, 45 Quill and Baubfe Play, 55 Pele Mele. BEULAH E. THOMAS EDUCATION Kappa Delta, Secretary Quill and Bauble, 55 Editor of Baublc, 4, Dramatic Club, 2, 55 Spring Production, 55 One Act Plays, 2, Sophomore Stunt. The Record Book F. EDITH THORNTON EDUCATION Alpha Phi Sigma. Cercle Frangais. MOLLIE A. UTKOFF EDUCATION Nlenorah Society. 56 IEAN M. TWEED EDUCATION Sophomore Honors C. C. T. RUTH MAY VANDEGRIFT EDUCATION Chi Qmegag Pi Nlu Epsilon. Glee Club President, 45 Senior Councilg Field Club. The Record Book BESS WEINROTT EDUCATION Alpha Epsilon Phi. Dramatic Clubg French Club. ELIZABETH WENRICH EDUCATION Alpha Phi Sigma. German Club. Tranajer from lVe.rf Cfzcffcl' .Vor- mal. 57 CLAIRE SYLVIA WEISS EDUCATION ' Sigma Phi Delta. lVlenoral'1 Societyj Dramatic Clulmj May Day, 2, 5. IEANETTE WHITEHILL EDUCATION Sigma Delta Taug Phi Alpha Theta. Class Treasurer, l. The Record Book MIRIAM M.WIRTSCHAF'IER EDUCATION THERESA YOUNG EDUCATION Kappa Delta. Bowling Greeng Quill and Baulzlc Secretary, 45 Alamy Day Cast, 2, 5, 4g YVorld Fellowship Committee, 53 Green Lane Camp,5g Pele M file Stunt, 4, GERTRUDE WILLIS EDUCATION Zeta Tau Alpha, Sphinx and Key, Mortar Boardg Pi Lambda Theta. Bowling Green, Vice- President YV. S. G. A. fSeptem- ber to FebruaryD, 4g President XV. S. G. A. CFebruary to Iuneb, 4j Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 5, 4g Nlay Day, 1, 2, 5, Cast "He and She," 25 Qui!! and Bzzuble President, 53 Eaglesmere Dele- gate, 53 Record Board, 2, 55 Community Center, 5, 4. SARA MILD RED XVOLFE EDUCIXTION Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Xi. The Record Book CLARA ZEIDELMAN EDUCATION .29 DOROTHY V. BALLAGH EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma Tramjer from Gzmclzer College .29 MARTHA I. BROWNFIELD EDUCATION Delta Delta Delta. -2' A. BLANCHE DERRICKSON EDUCATION df MARGUERITE EVANS EDUCATION 59 INEZ M. IOHNSON EDUCATION Pi Lambda Theta. .99 EUGENIA R. KEATING EDUCATION Newman Club. .aff GERTRUDE M. KELLINGER EDUCATION Kappa Delta Gammag Pi Mu Epsilon. Newman Club. .29 BIRDIE LIBERMAN EDUCATION Alpha Epsilon Phi. Tranderfrom Cornell Um'ver.rI'LV. J M. A. PURDY EDUCATION J , DORIS SEXTON EDUCATION Phi Alpha Theta. .29 GLADYS BEATRICE SIMS NORMAL ART Tran.U'crfmm Penn.Qylum11'a fuu- .reum and School of IlIIillJ'fI'lL1l Ari, 1922. The Record Book Heard Once T 00 Often Have you had your picture taken? May Day Committees posted today. Keep your eyes open. YOU may be on one. Have you contributed to the Christian Association? Isn't there .rome girl who could take a class at the Settlement House this afternoon? Yo ho, Betty Pottsl Still painting the kitchen? 4.00 P. M.-Did you know you were performing at Pele Mele tonight? Oh! Am I? Song practice at Bennett at 1.00 o'clock. Please try out for the debate. fWe did and won a "seeming victory."j Have you paid for your tickets for the W. S. G. A. Dance? fTassels appear on the bill.j "I've lost my pocketbookln Oh, Thelma! Again? "Give me strength!" QPoor weak CrushlD On a rainy afternoon in October before hockey practice: "Do we haveipracticeg today, Flo?" "Lord knowsl I hope you don't kid! Ask Mage." "Girlsl Make it Friday afternoon, with lots of peplu So our Claire exhorted the Senior Class. 60 Pegichiill HGXGW Dfcvcns l76,1f'TY'L1iAi Q, Umm Mi Her' Nasa fmowem Figmnug umm Hakim Robwfb V wma U di Ivmurmc Uwcmmfg Eom HAMILTON WALK 63 The Record Book law of 1925 NCE more the good ship Twenty-Five pauses in her full career to take her bearings and finds herself, by the great good fortune of favorable winds, sunshine and hard work, still headed on her course-due B. S., B. A. On this third lap of our voyage we started with a tender in our wake, which soon was manned and rigged and christened "Twenty-Seven," our sister ship. With Captain Stevens at the helm we have safely cleared all the shoals and shallows in our path, and many thanks are due to her and to the other trusty seamen in whose hands we placed the guidance of the ship. Many festive encounters with other vessels have entertained all passengers during the year. But there was one encounter which summoned all hands to the defense of our young sister ship. While there were no casualties, one member of the crew went overboard and was held for ransom. QWe refer to the IuniorQFreshman partyj The last lap of our voyage lies before us, and though it is the hardest we are confident that Twenty-Five will reach the harbor safely, pick up her moorings, and bring her passengers safe to shore. "Through squalls or calm seas Our course will e'er be true. Worthy of Alma Mater, And her colors, Red and Blue." MARY SITER. 64 Junior Cczrzfoon 3 G A J L JT Q Gur PresKden+ 'fakes her 'l'Freshman S-HSJYGYU Wlfhe ,Re Qepjflohg- x P5503 MED Q' ' 'K lv 'sf g J' X Unprecedehhd Briuncncel Y' O yG'X'Q5, No one -Uunked Psy: S! pr an L G 3 Q ojo ae o g V fb D 7 1 0 's L .ml ' L rcs TREF! W Juuuerg F x D F k The Tunlor-9 upholcl 'HIC hbhov '-YQ K?-5' 77 2- 'S 5 L5 " ,' X QQDE Q' Qur Vice-Fresideni' departs Prom X-XQHQ 0? Leavh-,hw Q' cenf 1925 President Vice-President S04-reiary Treasurer 66 CLASS OF 1925 Sophomore Carfoon 'Rgjas-QYD.-tio-YL an-R'i1X.LC-MKQ. S'kD.YS S H 'UQ TPY Q vis Om! QKLLQ-y m f KK gg Wvxpov Amee. Dnmczv ?V R 14 1 A-32,72 l 1 ,A vjgx 1 l -lg-5,45 D, I : x link K ZFYDTK I X WX?-7 I X Nm LA f D v L- 'R' A lHKSXi,' A+ -We -il A U lg- V" SQ-YM W k N rv 5 A F3 -' lf A Q pj' C nie, ns B, X SKe,koTo'vy OKAYQ QSYCST' ' Hu be qwi Awww, N , X , , Qing! V- ? TTY, Q t l fm LSHWXI ' D Mimi X x MEM my J? A fwfr?-NJ R' 3 f 2,4 V W 5 4 cjyf 1 XG' Min my S T-vkovvxole. K ' C o uor"fT Nl I ?iY ?H-FYQSK' Tk B JJ I Fil YouxThf-wuufsl PCT xlou., C,ouuLcL 'M 2 yvoj I tm es Q. aim Tkeos-a'fkoyweYes' Maximal, J X 2 5:13 f m- 5 A f iffy W'N'0Y + fQf,, 1. X1-AWK," xi U Vf,! 1 ll xl " 1 cc, WL Q -y H4:- ' fc Q52 My o o w fIlM,?frf jxu S V lm WA fx gv ' TMI- U ffi ' :ff -PBOAS9 I I The 'Preqlmmkmq of stub L1 H -QJQvxvxe+ HALL vm The Record Book law I ,926 EMEMBER when we were Freshmen, how we envied the Sophomores? We just lived last year for the joys that were to come, and we were not disappointed. How pleasant it was to welcome the Freshmen at the fall reception in the Bi-Gardensl After the first formality of receiving was over, however, we immediately set to work acquainting the Frosh with the tradi- tions and customs of Pennsylvania. We had a difficult time during hazing but the splendid product we have turned out has amply repaid us for our effort. It is said, that even today members of the Class of 1927 hold doors open for upper classmen. Timmy certainly had a sharp eye for those who disobeyed. Pirates' Ball was the first really important event of the year. We spent the afternoon blowing up balloons and painting decorations, in- stead of anxiously wondering what would happen to us. Then too we had the pleasure of being pirates. Genius certainly asserted itself in some of the creations which appeared. In order that the Freshmen would not enjoy themselves too much we brought out a skeleton and sang the dirge of warning as they bowed before us. The Sophomore supper was a splendid climax to hazing. Then all con- flict between the two classes ceased. Remember how charming the Fresh- men looked in their caps and bibs? Fran deMauriac looked especially fetch- ing. The Freshmen were surprised that we guessed their President, but, of course, we knew it all alongl After many more good times Mid-Years rolled along. We were spared the worries of History 44 and Botany, but we had "Ed, 10" and "Psych" instead. As an evidence of the serenity of our class, however, the Pansy Club bloomed into existence. Its high ideals have carried us over the con- volutions and ventricles, besides providing a splendid stunt for Pele Mele. All the stunts at Pele Mele were a success especially the Freshmen's, which proves our careful training. The best talent is modest and is not aware of itself, hence our surprise at receiving the cup for the Song Contest. We do hereby honestly swear that the judges received no pay for their decision and that they rendered it Without force. It has been a splendid year. Under Helen's careful guidance we have had a good deal of fun and have at the same time accomplished something. We are now half-way through the journey and we hope that the next two years may be as happy and profitable as these have been. 6 EDITH SUMMERFIELD. 9 C?iiC6l'J' 1926 353 -:ggi ill, President Vice-President K fix mf, k gk Vl1I'C2lSUI'QI' S651-9131-V T0 n OF 1926 SS CLA Frexhman Carzfggn , Qxxw, ' f 7'-5 fi, ,ff ffm? -N , ,E TQ 5 f X K-six 5 sew fm . " , , 0 . KL ff, .IQ ' ' I ' " 7' ? A F c . R Y 0. f E ' 2 'FLAPNM -mn' 'S"'U0l'J' Q H ' ,aw-, QXAE1 0. 1, - Tusr MQWL' ,AEM - ,. Q WI Q .I x f A V 73, 'Q U,oF P. N v ' gl EQ? ' .z f ' 2 is Elm 4 N M i'j4 WHEN-3 f 1 f '- 7 r .,f HBIYED ":f,nf,f' i W ,M M 2 iw, 5 . , , B FBOSTQ Q ' ul, FEBRUMV 65 5 if w E , ' S-Foul vu.. M,,,,,i,, I 1' FHESHNHN If Q I X I J S"'12::11: 1 'f :L 3 If F: t - ,. 1 .xv Imv Vmut 1 'T A E A Q :fa u.. fu nl V 41 3 fl-'VW vw Ly , l 'wiv ij , rpmlans ev- 0.1 . wld ., H,,,.,.,,, 302. W' vp 'Fr N V. " if 3 'EQ ru pn ' ' . 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The Record Book law' 0f 1927 ff OW have the mighty fallenln the Sophs might have sung of us, re- . membering the glory of high school Seniors and the miserable existence of a college Freshman. We felt all right that registration day, when big sisters piloted us to a hundred and one offices, and finally sent us home wearing green buttons and carrying a handbook. This was our hectic introduction to Penn. But Freshman Camp made things brighter and after Flo's camp-Hre speech we felt like true Pennsylvanians. We got back to campus with some songs, "The Peppy Freshmen," "1927?" and the .rpecial for Flo and Siter, "Of All the R-e-s-t, Rest," and also bearing three-ringed note-books for Botany, "rules, songs, button, hats, or NICKLF.S," and in trying to grin when we saw Timmy. Pirates' Ball was our first coming out and we came strong and showed the Sophs how "Peppy Freshmen" is really sung. Class meetings were thrill- ing events, with Sophomores on the roof and mobbing the doors. But Helen Stevens knew how to handle them and so the directions for the Iunior-Frosh party were written on the board. That was a thrilling night and we kept the enemy without. But when they captured Siteri ' Field Day came the afternoon before the Sophomore supper and we entered the field with green hats and ribbons singing Freshman and Penn songs. We beat in field sports. The big winners were Doernenburg, Drake, Beneliel and Ginsburg. The Sophs won the hockey game despite Fran delVlauriac's ability to make goals. We got the cup, however, that night at the Sophomore supper. Sophomore supperl Remember their threatening song? We went to Weightman looking brave but feeling hopeless. Everything was finel No one was killed, and the Sophs taking a wild chance guessed right when they wheeled in Fran delVlauriac as President. This ended hazing, and after hazing-rushing, which needs no words as "us what has been through it knows." Now with the February Freshmen here we feel less like Freshmen. Soon we shall be wicked Sophs terrifying the Class of 1928. Pele Mele was our last big event and when we came out with the best stunt and "mention" for our song we vowed, "We'll e'er be true, to red and blue, and Pennsylvania." ELIZABETH SADLER. 75 Ojfcenf 1927 I .fre ff, Jjvze, , ., . 'J 0. 1: N , f 1, 1,82 ,ff ,,,f.',v5f . ' 'gr r v,:1..'-ag-lv-'Vg'-I ' 35 if' 'N -5 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurgr 74 AA CLASS OF 1927 Vblx v,..', i.1.,,7.vW,,.W ,i,,.,. ,f,..?,,,,..1,,.r,.,.,7,?:,, ,.,,,,,, .,,, W.. ,www , WW.,,, RH- .X .- . I X . X 1' I Q ' ff - 'xgfifgff ' ' Z X . L 1 b ' A I Q 'f?'QjQff'I.j:,f', M fl -' ' ' r -'ff .,-. I ' 1, ' A i '- ,H 't 'Q' ff ' ' Q . - X- - V, Q1 , ' pf?-.E , wfew-'11-'z ' wg. .Q -X 'E J 1 L -fg..Ws,, +, Q Eiiafff nib, 1' Af ' L "A 41? s 1 I f 1 R Q 1 fools' Three X 45 fy' ,5 ' QA b ga ,K H 'Eg W ' , " " ra 3' ' X l s-3 I ' J qs' fl qv A L .A A K! A C' ra-rr:rilztffffffzrrffzffrzrlra151-rrrrrlilrrrrrrr: Hz, - x x Q Z , . 4 F. , N r 'y fx ,ff 'i , W - H- QQ N Q N Q N w N N K fi 4 TJ f 'Xi' lu y ,A sf Q i 'A ' 1- .I X N : ' ' . - .. Jun., . ,- A , fx ,idk , i K ' r B X f"'-1' E nl! f C 2 H , n 1 Q XN 1 AJ , x f 2 ."'m"l1 wlunnm ,,,,, I 'mm' V S J X 'E w wi ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,, .'5 r7.37 111:1 :111 --.v-4 W Q 2"1nunnWJ 6 Q 9 an President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 79 Schedule Qf Hockey Gamef PENN vs.- U. OF P. OPPONENTS Temple, Novernlzcr 2-Home ,,,. Ursinus, Novemlzcr 6-Home .... Swarthmore, Novcmlzer 8fAway . . Normal, Novcmlzcr l3-Home. . . Temple, November l6fAway. , , Ursinus, Novcmlmcx' 2UfAwaj . , BALLAGH . . . M1XCCARDLE .... MACNEIR. . Bum ..... XVEYL .... SCHOELL. . , 1 8 1 5 1 4 14 0 0 6 2 2 Vardiy Hockey Team , . . . .Cenicr I"01'wal'1i . . . . .Left Imvzlzlc . . . .Rllljllf Inwfzfc . . . .Rzlglzl lfvzlfzg . . . . . .Lcfl lfvlllzg . . . . . .R1yfzlHz1UbaL'k M. RIGBY ..., Z. BIXLLAGH . . . MISS MAJER ..... . . YEATMAN, Cuptzxm MCCAUGHAN. . . . . COOKE .... . . . . MOSHER. . . ILATON ..... . BRODSKY ...... .. . , , . , . .lllafmgcr . . . . .Head of Iloclvey .,,.......COHL'!l Ccnfer Ifayhack . .Lefl Haybacfc , .lcff HaUback . .lefi Fullback .Rzlgfzf Fulfback .........Goal HE basketball team, with four home games and seven played away, has had an unusually heavy schedule this year. The games at home were with Drexel, Williani and lVlary, Ursinus and Temple, on their own floors we played Temple, Ursinus, Swarthmore, Drexel, Bryn lViawr, Adelphi and New York University. Although there will he the last of a series of three practice games with the Germantown Collegiate Association early in April, Mzirch 29th marks the end of the regular varsity season. Un this date Penn plays Adelphi on their New York trip. The girls making the trip are: Mary Siter fcaptainl, and Zoe Ballagh, guardsg Dorothy Schoell, jumping center, Viola Alleman, side center, Georgina Yeatman, Eleanor Raab and Helen lVlaeCardle, forwards, Helen Micliels, general efficiency, and Esther Macneir, Manager. 81 A f I Lv' w XA T mil D517 Baskd Bail B053-Sis Qur LQJQEQMIW 'X Ho" xii AW L.l:1..eLfj aocivzv a, JJUL1 Young W0man'J Clzrzlrzfzan Awociaizon President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MISS MADELINE ERSKINE Student Secretary of the Y. YV. C. A Y. W. C. A. Cabinef 84 Sophomore Commifxion Freurfzman CommiJ.vLon 85 The Record Book Y. W. C. A. HE Young Women's Christian Association is a fellowship of students who are seeking the Christian way of life. The Association endeavors to develop the religious life of the student while at college. Our chapels, meetings, discussion groups, Freshman and Sophomore Commissions, and our Cabinet Meetings have been permeated by a spirit of Christian fellow- ship. The members of the commissions and cabinet have tried to carry to the girls on campus this spirit. Our members have received a great inspiration through the Eaglesmere Summer Conferences and the Indianapolis Student Volunteer Conference at Christmas time. Although only nineteen in all attended these conferences from our local association, nevertheless our entire membership has been en- riched by the inspiration and vision brought back by our delegates. One of the biggest things the Association tries to do is to instill in its members a spirit of service. In the first place the Y. W. C. A. serves every girl on campus by conducting Registration and the Big Sister Movement. But our work extends farther than campus. We are also most fortunate in having a University Settlement House which is wholly ours. Mary Kevin, who was in charge of the work this year, had fifty girls working at the house each week-conducting every kind of class and club. At Christmas time the Y. W. C. A. directed the filling of 250 stockings for these same kiddies. This work for them is continued during the summer time at University Camp. Therefore, we like to think that progress has been made this year. We have been able to hand over some of our activities to other organizations which can carry them just as well, while we, the Young Women's Christian Association, have put all our energies and thought on the development of the spiritual side of campus life. 86 - . :7fwm,mY Wmckmey f"1ome9y fmmifb Slgfiyxai rvice Umcirmorx xi m m XJ ndlorev urge or P Qixmp n .. .1xx.-M ' ' "':.' 4 Eqxjkiaimcrc QQQCQQXSOH X.xNC,iXflJVOUix Lfd,9QMon The Record Book Gvniveraify amp ff OWN Unamif' About fifty miles from Penn campus you'll find a lively spot in the cedar-covered hillsides and this spot is University Camp. Every summer, when the streets throw off their waves of blistering heat, hundreds of children find health and happiness at Green Lane. Here, from reveille at 7 A. M. until taps at 10 P. M., every camper is hustling to keep up with the day's schedule of competitive games, swimming, hikes, stunts, and endless stories. The keynote of University Camp is inspiration. It is safe to say that no girl who goes from campus escapes the touch of this power. The hours spent with one's "tent" reveal undreamed-of lights and shadows in human nature, unbelievable pictures of human life. There is one picture which remains in every councillor's memory, no matter how blurred and riotous her impression of camp seems. This picture comes at the end of the day. After you have led a sleepy "tent" away from the camp fire, across the f'crick"- after you have settled sixteen fights for blankets, and after each camper has snuggled as far into the straw as possible-when the whole camp lies still under the white stars and no sound escapes except the occasional hoot of an owl-then you're seated in the straw telling them a good-night story by the yellow light of a lantern and surrounded by sixteen pairs of black eyes that pop out from the darkness. Suddenly, from somewhere across the stream a bugle sounds taps. The story ceases and when the last note has died away, sixteen heads bob up to recite prayers on wobbly and sleepy knees. Then as you wander across the bridge to the "rec," the camp song rises in your throat and you know why "I love my University Camp." MARGARET SCHELL. 88 Quill and Bauble GRACE HASPEL. .,.,. ...... P l'CJ'l.dL'I'Zf TIIERESA YOUNG ...... .... i Yecrelary ROSE RITTENBERG.. .... .... V IICE-l,l'C'J'lil!CI'lf MARGAIZITA CHAMPION. .......... Treamrer OW fitting it is that the editors of Quill and Bauble should as clearly typify the spirit of the club. Look about campus. Where could be found a more grave, serious minded Quill than she who gazes over the heads of the vulgar mass, in her far-sighted wisdom, unsmiling as the Sphinx? Baubfe, rotund and giggling girl, ever throws sarcastic remarks at the head of Quifl, hut fortunately that head is perched so high as to he far from the range of Iiaublelr feeble darts. The work of the club is grave or gay, as it comes from the tip of the goose feather of the Quill or the fountain pen which Bauble flourishes instead of hells. Not always do literary headlights gleam from the somhre recesses of Quill'.r den, or from the festive tent of Fauble, for secretly, in the dark of the moon, the jester and the sage lead their troops far from their ink pots to worship the muses of the play. Nor are the followers of the jester devoted to Thalia any more than to Melpomene, who rightfully claims the sage's disciples. Versatility and Quill and Hauble are synonymous. 89 The Record Book Menorah Society HE Menorah has enjoyed a successful season and has endeavored to establish itself firmly on campus. In its aim to study and advance Iewish culture and ideals, the Menorah Society has engaged prominent men from Philadelphia and elsewhere to come to its meetings and present various phases of Iewish culture to the society. These men have volunteered their services to the Menorah Society and their efforts have become evident in the progress of the organization. The society has also organized Hebrew Literature and Hebrew Speaking classes. A novel feature marked this year's development. For the first time in its history, the Menorah Society held a joint meeting with the Christian Association. The subject discussed was "Christianity vw. Iudaismf' Such meetings are not only interesting but of educational value to all thinking students. Menorah is a non-sectarian organization and meetings are open to all-members and non-members. - HELEN TEITELMAN, Secrelary. ewman lub RICHARD KELLY. ................ Pre.u'a'en! HUEERT STAGMIRE.. ....... .... S ecrefaqy FRANCES M. DOUGHERTY. . . . Vice-Prwidenl EDWARD I. MCLAUGHLIN. . . . . . . .T reafurer HE girls of the Newman Club began the activities of the year with an all-campus tea given in the rooms of the club on Tuesday, October 25d, when Miss Louise Snowden was the guest of honor. At this tea, the Frosh were welcomed as future members of the club and were made acquainted with its organization, purpose and activities, both religious and social. Among the other activities, the girls instituted early in the year, a series of tea-dances which were held at the club rooms every month, the girls acting as hostesses. The endeavors of the Newman Club in the field of social service have this year been marked with much success. The girls accomplished much helpful work at the "'Madonna House," at Tenth and Christian Streets, an Italian Settlement House. The Newman Club during the year donated a complete dental apparatus for clinical work in the St. Simon House. 90 The Record Book During the month of March a series of weekly lectures dealing with religion and science were given in the rooms of the club by Dr. Charles Bruehl, Ph.D. During the latter part of the year the girls' interest was centered in the annual play of the Newman Club, "Golden Days," which was produced at the Bellevue-Stratford on Friday night, May 2d, with great success. The feminine members of the cast were Margaret Gallagher, Kathleen A. Mcllvaine, Edith Murphy, Edith Malloy, Ella Fillemyre, Elizabeth Maher, Frances Dougherty, Adele Hamer and Ellen Murphey. The success of the play was due in great part also to the work of various other girls who acted as aides on the night of the performance. CUniver.ri1fy qlzzmaiic lab GORDON W. WARE, Prarident ELIZABETH COOKE. . . . . . . . . . Vice-Pre.rident MARK HARRIS ........... BuJine.r.r Manager MADELLA RIGBY. . ...... Secretary-Treamrer MELVIN SIMS ....... Ami. Bufineu lllanager ExECMfllf6 Commillee CATHERINE BOHLEN EDWARD BIBERMAN HENRY ROBERTS N NOVEMBER, 1920, the University Dramatic Club was organized to meet the need, on the Pennsylvania Campus, of a club devoted solely to the production of plays. Membership is open to undergraduate and graduate students, members of the faculty and friends of the University. This year the Dramatic Club undertook the presentation of Karel Capek's symbolic play, "R, U. R." This was the first time it had been presented by an amateur organization. The New York Theater Guild played it on Broadway last year, and received very favorable comment from the theatrical world. This is the first of the ultra-modern plays to be presented by the Dramatic Club. Its efforts in the past have been confined to two of Barrie's plays, "The Yellow Iacketf' by Hazleton and Benrimo, and numerous one- act plays. The campus and the Philadelphia public have received the efforts of the club very cordially and the hard work of coaches and casts has been well rewarded. 91 The Record Book la.fJic.f lab MR. ELMER B. CHRISTIE ......... Praridcnl Miss FLORENCE C. BRACHMAN ,... Secretary Miss GLADYS FAIRBROTHER..Vice-Pre.u'de1zf MR. ADOLPH GORR., ............ Treaaurer HE Classics Club of the University of Pennsylvania is an organization composed of those undergraduates who are interested in Greek or Latin and the classics in general. A certain amount of Latin or Greek study is a pre- requisite for membership, but it is not necessary for members to "major" in these subjects. Freshmen are eligible upon recommendation by their professor. The aims of the club are largely social and its purpose is to bring to- gether undergraduates of similar interests. Each year the club presents a play or entertainment based on some phase of Roman life. We have already given "A Roman Banquet," a "Roman Wedding," and a series of tableaux illustrating classical myths. During the course of the current year, the mem- bers presented at various times a dramatization of "Pyramus and Thisbef' "The Bore," by Horace, and a humorous version of the story of Dido and fEneas. In addition, interesting and instructive papers are prepared by members at the suggestion of the Executive Committee and are read at the monthly meetings. We have also been favored with talks by various members of the faculty at frequent intervals. FLORENCE BRACHMAN. Girly' Glee Glad? RUTH VANDEGRIFT.. ....... Prea-Iden! IEAN MASLAND .... ..... S ecrefary MARY MONTAGUE ...... . .... Vice-Pre.rz'dcnZ CLARA FOLLETT. ....... .. ...... .Treamrer ESPITE our wanderings over campus in search of an available, suit- able and permanent place for rehearsals, the Girls' Cwlee Club this year looked forward to an active and successful season. Under Miss Anne McDonough we have been hard at work preparing for two important events. Our annual concert and dance will be given some time in May at the Bellevue-Stratford. We hope to have as our guest soloist Noah Swain, who is a popular singer of unusual merit. Before the concert we shall broadcast several selections. This is a new venture for the Glee Club. With a number of additional voices, the club will again contribute to the effectiveness and success of the May Day Festival "IfI Were King." 92 The Record Book czzfurczliyzf Field lub PAUL YV. BOWMAN .... . . . .,.... Prewidenl IOHN M. FOGG, IR. . . . ..... Sccrclary ANNA DILLER. . . . . . . . . ..... Vice-Pre.ridenl BEATRICE REYNOLDS. . . . .... T reaaure . . r CLARENCE E. ToB1As. ....... Vrce-Premdenl 1V1IRIAM SCOTT. ........... ........ C uralo r HE Naturalists' Field Club has as its goal on campus, the furtherance of the study of the natural sciences among the students. The am of the club is to develop interest on the part of the student in these subjects and to back up this interest with definite knowledge of the living things about him. The club has an extensive program of field study besides the privilege of becoming familiar with the experiences of eminent naturalists of this locality. To a student of the college the club affords an opportunity to learn something of the surrounding world, and to gain an understanding of his relationship to the e'xpress which MTH-lead-him to 'a deeper realization of his own possibilities. MIRIAM I. SCOTT, Curator. ,Qe Gercle Francazlr ALBERT I. TXTORRIER ............. Prarident RALPH C. BUSSER, IR ..... ..... T reaaurer IANE A. PRATT ............. Vice-Pre.ridef1Z MARY E. TVVINING .............. Secretary HE year 1925-1924 has seen a larger membership in the French Club than there has been for a long time. Last year the Salon and the Cercle combined and this year has shown how well the union has prospered. The large attendance at the monthly meetings is an indication of how well the speakers have been appreciated. Each talk has revealed to us some aspect of French life. The club's annual p'ay is quite different this year from the one that was given in 1925. "Brignol et Sa Fillen is a modern farce and t'Le Ieu de l'Amour et du Hasardf' is an eighteenth century comedy. Despite the great difference in the spirit and character of these two plays, the club has enjoyed producing them both. Their success could not have been assured without Mr. Hurlburt's guidance, and the club is more than indebted to him for the time and energy he has so willing1y given. 93 The Record Book The Spaniah fab IosE BERGUIDO, P1-e.rif!enf ELIZA FINNESSEY. . . . ....... Vice-Prcmient EDITH MURPHY. . . ........ . . . . , .Treaaurer HAT this has been the most successful year of the Spanish Club is evi- denced by the popularity of its meetings and its increased membership. Meetings, followed by dancing, were held at Houston Club, and were so planned that students of Spanish might learn something of the political situations, and the manners and customs of the people in Spanish-speaking countries. Thus, at the meetings there were not only interesting talks, but also folk songs and dances and sometimes a sketch or one-act play in Spanish. One of the speakers was Dr. Romera-Navarro who had just returned from a year in Spain, and so was able to give us first-hand information on his sub- ject, "Contemporary Politics in Spain." At another meeting Dr. Rubio delighted us with a talk on Spanish legends. Sr. Sirjio Gonzales, of Panama, spoke on the "Rise of Panamanian Literature." The year ended with the annual play and dance at the Philomusian Club, the play being "El Marido de su Vindaf' a one-act comedy by Iacinte Benabente. " 6Der fDeu1f.fche G'Uerein" C. R. S. SCOTT, Pre.rfa'emf ELSIE DOERNENBURG .... .... V ice-Pmrident EMMA N. SEGAL. . . ..... d.r.rf. Secretary CLAUS IORDAN .................... Secretary HARRY BECKER ............... Treamrer ER Deutsche Verein was reorganized in the fall of 1922. Since that time the meetings have been held the fourth Wednesday of every month. The club is addressed by some member of the German Department at every meeting. Occasionally these addresses are followed by a one-act play, always by dancing and refreshments. The annual play this year is to be "Die Mesterschaft," written by Mark Twain, part in German and part in English. Dr. Vollmer is coaching it. Some of our speakers this semester were Dr. Shumway on "Heine's Philosophy and Influence on Goethe", Dr. Weigand on "lbsen's Psychology", Dr. Wesselhoeft on "Navigation", Dr. Doernen- burg on "The Founding of Germantown." 94 1vii'5fC.'Nl fraternities INQQQQAI The Record Book VIOLA ALLEMAN FLORENCE CRUSH T HELMA HARRISON CLAIRE MILLER GERTRUDE WILLIS f 5 mortar foam' llml' Sf MARY SITER ELIZABETH POTTS ELIZABETH COOKE MARGARET SCHELL MILDRED WHITACRE HELEN STEVENS Mortar Board is a national fraternity for women. It is open to Seniors who have been prominent in college activities. The symbol is a pin in the Shape of a Mortar Board in black enamel and gold, with the letters H 2 A. THELMA HARRISON HELEN MATTHEXVS CLAIRE MILLER LEILA BARNES GERTRUDE WILLIS FLORENCE CRUSH VIOLA ALLEMAN MARGARET SCHELL HELEN WOODS Sphinx and Key , Q I mmf ii Q HELEN ROBERTS MARY SITER HELEN STEVENS ELIZABETH RHODES MILDRED WHITAORE ELIZABETH COOKE MARIAN BRAUNGARD ESTHER MACNEIR DOROTHY DINSMORE ISABEL MCCAUOHAN Sphinx and Key is a Iunior honorary society. Election is based on unusual merit in college activities during the Freshman and Sophomore years. The symbol of honor is a pin-the Sphinx and Key. 96 The Record Book ESTIIER BERNSTEIN DOROTHY BICKEL EMMA BOLZAU EBECCA BYRON AMY CHATEAUNEUF RUTH COTTON I'IELEN G. CROOKES RACIIEL E. DAWES RUTH C. DIBERT AGNES M. DICKSON ALICE EDMUNDS DOROTHY ELCOME EDNA FULTON CATHERINE CAGE MARY GEHMAN CAROL HARRISON RUTH HAZLETT IOHANNA IAEGER TVTIRIAM I. IAMISON MABEL KESSLER HELEN LOTZ MIRIAM MULLER JULIA NUSBAUM ELIZABETH PARSONS ALENE RALSTON VIRGINIA REICH L' Lambda Thefcz G 11 4994 ,ff , lp 7 ELLA ROSENTOOR ALICE RUMPP EDITH SEGREST FLORENQIl,SIIARP SARAH STOBER ELIZABETII THOMPSON EDITH MAY TREND MARY NVALMSLEY MARY XVARD ETHEL M. TVIIITSON MARIE WILIIELNKI GERTRUDE WILLIS RUTH WYATT HELEN ZIEGLER ELIZABETH ALT BESSIE BERNSTEIN ELINOR BOORSE HELEN BRADY CATHERINE CONRAD ELIZABETH COOKE EDNA H. DETURCK DOROTHY DINSMORE KATHERINE EAVENSON GLADYS EBERSOLE MABEL HARRIS ANNA M. HASSON CLAIRE HERBACII LOUISE HORNER LOUISE KAPELLA MARIE KENTOPP MAYSIE LEIGH ADELINE LOvETT CONSTANCE LOXVENGRUND FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE HELEN PALMATARY DOROTHEA PFATTIGHER IEANNETTE PORTENAR ELIZABETH POTTS IANE PRATT DORIS SEXTON GLADYS SIMS FLORENCE THOMAS ELIZABETH TRITSCHLER BERTHA VOIGT ELIZABETH XVENRICH MARTHA ZEEB OLIVE E. HART MARGARET HAZZARD INEZ IOHNSON MARY LEAL HARRIET LINK FLORENCE LYONS Pi Lambda Theta is the wOmen'S national honorary educational fraternity Election is based upon Scholarship, campus Citizenship, and professional attitude. 97 The Record Book Upxilon Salgma Nu g. c x ' X JXN J T2 Njglllj W MARGARET MAIER KELLY VIOLA ALLEMAN MARGARITA CHAMPION ELIZABETH COOKE FLORENCE CRUSH EDNA DAVIS DOROTHY GOCHENIAUR CoNsTANcE HERBST HELEN MATTHEXVS CLAIRE MILLER MARY SITER GEORGINA YEATMAN IOSEPHINE BALLAGH DOROTHY SCHOELL HELEN MACCARDLE Upsilon Sigma Nu is an honorary athletic fraternity. It is open to Iuniors and Seniors who have shown all-'round almility and interest in promoting wOmen's athletics. The symhol is the winged helmet of Hermes. PL' Mu Epyilon QED ELIZABETH ALT ' MARGAIQIET DOWLING GERTRUDIi KELLINGER LAURA F. MCDONOUGH CELIA PASTERNACK KATHRYN C. PORTER S. MILDIQIED WOLFE MOLLIE UTKOFF M. O. CASE LOUISE HORNER A. NIELAND HELEN FUDOE ADA MACDONALD RUTH VANIIEORIET HELEN STEVENS RUTH STAUFFER ELIZABETH C. TRITSCHLER MILDRED WHITACRE ALFHILD XYOLD Pi Mu Epsilon is the honorary mathematical fraternity at the University of Pennsylvania. Nlemhership is taken from mathematics majors who have good general scholarship and especially good scholarship in mathematics. 98 The Record Book Thi Qfllpha 'Theia VIRGINIA BLACK NELLIE BLAIR ESTHER BOSLEY COMA COLE CATHARINE CONRAD IENNIE E. DEARNBY MARIORY DOWNES ALICE EDMUNDS BLANCHE FULLING GRACE HARBOLD EJB. .jam 223 A Yo 'fa i x. .5" ' M755 ,240 .9 'zk ,ea ' Ls: 4 - 1:-A lib ., . I -.wja o :Liga ini Egg? :-A . ::, - . 15' '2::g..2.t i '-T-:.,:.5.1v' IULIA NUSBAUM LOUISE C. REKE CATHERINE M. RIHL DORIS E. SEXTON MARY SHACKLY FLORENCE E. SHARP ROsE S-ORKIN ALEPH TANNER IEANNETTE WHITEHILL ROSE GREEN ELLAJIOEERTS CLARA B. HIGGON PEARL R. MOGEL ELSIE MONROE MIRIAN1 MULLER BEATRICE RAPPAPORT ELINOR BOORSE ' IESSIE ENNIS RUTH MEYERS Phi Alpha Theta is an intercollegiate honorary history fraternity of students with at least Iunior standing. Election is based on estimable work in history and also on general scholarship and activity. Miss Snowden, Dr. Cheyncy, Dr. Howland, and Dr. McKinley are honorary members. Theia Alpha Thi PROF. IOHN DOLMAN, IR. EDWARD BIBERMAN 'mi LOUIs KROTOSHINER GORDON WARE I 9 A CID OSCAR WOELFELD MARK HARRIS ELIZABETH COOKE ELI MARCOVITZ Theta Alpha Phi is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. Pennsyl- vania Delta Chapter, Number 40, was installed at the University in 1925. Election is based on unusual merit in dramatic work in productions of the University Dramatic Club. The symbol is a mask Crowned with ivy. 99 The Record Book Alpha Chi Omega SOPHIE ANDRESSY ELIZABETH BARTEN FLORENCE BAUMAN EVELYN CHAMBERLAIN MABEL DETURLER BERTHA EASTWOOD OLIVE FAIRBANKS BEATRICE GRUM GRACE HASPEL PAULINE HOWE RUTH KARL HELEN MCCARDLE 5411 Walnut Street IOO E. CLAIRE MILLER ALICE MITCHELL MARIE NINESTUL RUTH OPPERMAN ROSANNAH REED ELIZABETH RHODES LILLIAN A. SMYTHE IANE SNEYD KATHRYN STAHL HELEN STEVENS RUTH UNKLES IDA TURNER 101 The Record Book Alpha Epailon Plu 5427 Walnut Street BEATRICE P RAPPAPORT EDITH BERNSTEIN 102 ANNA LAMPERT MOLLY GOLDMAN RosE GINSBURG. GLADYS MATUSOW SARAH EIGEN RUTH ROBINSON ESTHER SEITCHIK EDITH SEITCHIK PAULINE SKLAROFF ZELA RABINOWITZ HELEN MOSKOWITZ SYLVTA KROFTSOW IRENE LABEL 105 The Record Book ELLA ROBERTS DOROTHY ANDERSON KATHRYN IRWIN LOUISE REIDTNGER E, GLADYS BRENNAN LOUISE KAPPELLA MARY H. HOWES ETHEL BOARDMAN ELEANOR D. CULTN Alpha Om icron PL' 5459 Woodland Avenue ANN HASSAN 104 MARGARET A. LYNN ELLEN M. IORDAN GERTRUDE M. HAYMAN MARGARET MCHENRY MARGARET IARDEN IRMA E. BAIR MARGARET K. STORY ELIZA FINNESSY MARGARET STIMPSON 5 The Record Book fflplza Phi Salgma 5558 Chestnut Street ELINOR BOORSE ALICE CHEYNEY CATHERINE M. CONRAD MAIZGARET CRUMRINE EDITH S. DIXON HAIQIQIET H. DRAKELY MAIQIAN ELDERTON OTTILIE A. E. FLEISCHMANN MARTHA L. MILLER ISABEL XYELSH 106 IANE A. PRATT HELEN PRICE AILSIE RAYMOND ARLENE SCHLOTT MARGARET STEELE WILHELB'1INA SUMNER F. EDITH THORNTON MARGARETTA VINCENT BERTHA E. XYOIGT 107 The Record Book DOROTHY DINSMORE ELIZABETH COOKE HEDWIGNE OGRODOWSKI ELIZABETH MILLER GRACE BALLINGER I Tezfa Thi 5555 Walnut Street LILLIAN FRIES 108 GERTRUDE TAI-'T WILMOT SCHOEF ELEANOR D. MILLER BARBARA PARRY ANNETTE B. DINSMORE 1 109 The Record Book Chi Omega 5441 VVood1and Avenue AGNES BATES ELMA ROBERTS MIRIANX SCOTT RUTH VANDEGRIFT MIRIAM SPADE LAURA DRUMMOND GLADYS EBERSOLE CLARA LoUISE BAILY DoRoTHY CRAWFORD MARGARET MCCONNELL RUTH STEPHANI MARY TVVINING FLORENCE DILLAN ANNA DILLER KATHRYN HARTDSAN MARGARET EVANS 110 MIRIAM FREXV MAE GETTY KATHERINE KUTZ GLADYS LANGHAM EDITH MCKEITH IEAN MASLAND FRANCES STANLEY FLORENCE BLAKE HELEN CRESSMAN EMILY FITZROY LYNETTE IOHNSON ALICE SNIVELY MARY SHEPHERD HOPE WARREN ALICE MIMNAGH 111 iw. , , ,W The Record Book Telfa 6Delia 6Delfa 5424 Walnut Street EULA BAER GLADYS BAER MARIAN BRAUNGARD ELIZABETH BROWN MARY BROWN MARTHA BROWNFIELD GRAYCE BUDD FRANCES B. DECOU KATHARINE M. EAVENSON SARA ELLIS ELSIE GERLACH BEATRICE GRIFFITH 1l2 DOROTHY HOLLOWAY ELIZABETH B. JUMP LAURA KRALL ADELINE D. LOVETT HELEN MATTHEWS OLIVE N. NORMAN DOROTHY GIBRIEN VIRGINIA M. SCHMIDT BEATRICE L. SCHOEE HARRIET E. WELSH MARIAN WHITNEY ELIZABETH A. SMITH 3 The Record Book Delia Szyma Thefa CAMDEN, N. I. SADIE MOSSELL ALEXANDER, PHD. ESTHER POPEL, A.B. VIRGINIA M. ALEXANDER, BS. ARLEON BOVVSER, A.B. NELLIE R. BRIGHT, A.B. LILLIAN ATKINS CLARK, M.D. DOIZOTHY GREGG 'CRAFT JULIA MAE POLK, B.S. DOROTHX' ANNA PORTER, BS. HELEN R. REYNOLDS, B.S. MARIAN E. ROLAND SARAH STRICKLAND ANNA IOHNSON THOMPSON, BS NORA E. WARING E. XVARRICK 114 5 The Record Book appa lplza Theia MARGARET COLEMAN MILDRED WOLFE RUTH HAZLETT MARY KEVIN FLORENCE CRUSH MARGARET SCHELL EVELYN SEEGER ALFHILD VoLD MILDRED WHITACRE MARY MONTAGUE DOROTHY SCHOELL MADELLA RIGBY HELEN ROBERTS MARTHA CROCKETT ISABEL MCCAUGHAN EDITH SUMMERFIELD HELEN BEHNEY LAURA MCALLISTER SUSAN CROSLEY FRANCES DEMAURIAC FRANCES LANNING MARGARET THORPE MILDRED THORPE HELEN PENNYPACKER 117 The Record Book appa elia 5427 Walnut Street KATHRYN PORTER DOROTHY SHELMIRE DOROTHY LoTz THERESA YOUNG BEULAH THOMAS MARY PATTON MII2IAh1 DAVIS ADELINE KUDER RUTH JOHNSON ISABELLE ENTRIKIN ELEANORE MONAGHAN ELIZABETH KETTENRING 118 ELLA EATON VIRGINIA BLACK FRANCES PINDELL EMMA MERKLE HELEN WENTZEL HELEN NEEF IANICE EICHOLTZ FRANCES WALSH ELIZABETH CHEYNEY GIMXIL BURKE JEAN VVHITE HELEN MCCRACIQEN 119 The Record Book appa Telia amma WYATT ATKIN LAURA BARTH MARY BOOTH MARGARET BROWN ELIZABETH BRYANT GLADYS BULMER LAURA BULMER MARGARET BURKE MARGARET CARRICK DOROTHY CLUTCH IOSEPHINE CoLE ETHEL COSTER RUTH DIEST ELSIE DORRELL MABEL FARSON MARY FITZPATRICK VIRGINIA FULFORTH SARA GUTHRIE 5425 WALNUT STREET ALMA STEVENS 120 ELSIE HEINY HELEN Hoon PAULINE IACKSON NAOMI IOHNSON GERTRUDE KELLENGER KATHRYN KELLER' MARY KELLY MABEL KICK EDNA LIPPINCOTT MARGARET MACDONALD GERTRUDE MCMINN FLORENCE OSEORNE GRACE PARKINSON MARGARET REARDON FRANCES RERETTO AGNES SCHULTZ CATHERINE SHELL MARIAN SIMPSON 121 The Record Book Kappa appa amma MARGARITA B. CHAMPION n EDNA DAVIS THELMA HARRISON MIRIAM SENSENSIG DOROTHH' BALLAGH MARY BLAKER KATHERINE CAMPBELL MARGARET CARROLL MARY SITER HELEN WOODS IOSEPHINE BALLAGH CATHERINE BOHLEN DOROTHY MAGILL ESTHER MACNEIR LOUISE HORNER ELIZABETH POTTS MARGARET W. ARNOLD RUTH CAPERS LOUISE CLARKE ELIZABETH CUBBERLY HELEN KEIDK FLORENCE MOSHER ELIZABETH SADLER ELIZABETH SUTRO MARY MORTON WILLIS GEORGINA YEATMAN 5 The Record Book Szyma Delia Tau 115 S. Thirty-fourth Street SARAH BEHREND MARIANNE BEHREND MILDRED WHITEHILL CLARISSA SILVERMAN REGINA NUSBAUNX ALBERTA GUTMAN CLAIRE HERBACH REBECCA BERG 124 IEANNETTE AARON HELENE CAHN IEANNETTE WHITEHILL CLARISSA HAHN HAZEL LOVVENSTEIN MIRIAM CLAIR CONSTANCE LOWENSTEIN I 125 I The Record Book Sayma Phi Delia 202 S. Thirty-seventh Street HARRIET R. BELL CLARA BRODSKY BESS CHABROW MILDRED M. GARFIELD HELEN HALPERN ESTHER ISRAELY RUTH LAVIN ANNE LESTZ CLAIRE WEISS 126 IEANNETTE LEVIT ANNE RABINOXVITZ RUTH SADIKER MINNIE SATINSKY FRANCES SHAPIRO CELIA SHMUKLER EVELYN WINESTEIN RUTH WEINSTEIN l27 The Record Book Zefa Tau Alpha LEILA MORTON BARNES RUTH BARNES NAOMI BISHOP IEANNE M. CASE EMILY NIXON DEXVEES ELSIE DOERNENBERG VIRGINIA DOWNWARD FRANCES D. DREWES IESSIE ENNIS ELSIE K. FRICKE GERTRUDE E. GNION 5420 Walnut Street MARIAN E. HORNER ELIZABETH HORR HELEN BARTON HUBBARD ISABEL KENDRICK EVALINA MATTSON MAY NAYLOR DOROTHY M. PARKER THEODOSIA FUZINSIII KATRINA VAN KLEECK ELLEN MILLER WHITE GERTRUDE WILLIS LUCY WINDERL1' 128 129 irecfory 6.1.1.9- COLLEGE COURSES FOR TEACHERS SENIORS Name Residence City Address BERKMAN, CHARLOTTE Philadelphia 1020 W. Upsal St. BIRTWELL, ALICE Chester lS21 E. 22d St.1 BooTH, MARY E. Coatesville 5250 Pine St. CARLIN, GENEVIEVE Philadelphia 3538 N. 18th St. CHAMPION, MARGARZTA do. S960 Woodbine Ave. CHASE, MARIE STEWART do. 2038 Master St. CURLEE, ELEANOR K. Corinth, Miss. 3409 Chestnut St. DAVIS, LAURA E. Yeadon 3323 Walnut St. DONNELLY, MARY A. Philadelphia 2206 Fairmount Ave. FUDGE, HELEN G. Rosemont HENRY, LILLIAN Millville, N. J. l506 E. Main St.l HOLBROOK, LAURA P. Philadelphia 1741 N. 16th St. HOPKINS, G-R-A-GE Daizliugton. Mde 2127 Green St. JONES, LAURA M. Cynwyd 4821 Hazel Ave. MCAVOY, MARTHA Philadelphia 1161 S. 13th St. MCDONOUGH, LAURA F. Pine Grove 5250 Pine St. MCILVAINE, MARY J. Philadelphia 158 Shurs Lane, Wissahickon RATLEDGE, LOUISE Townsend, Del. l116 Lancaster Ave., Waynel SHMUKLER, CELIA Philadelphia 5517 Chancellor St. SISTER ST. WALBURGA do. 3833 Chestnut St. STEINBROOK, ELIZABETH do. 4220 Parkside Ave. WENDKQS, LEONA Philadelphia 875 N. 41st St. WERNER, ELLEN S. Pottsville 120 S. 34th St. WRIGHT, ESTHER Paulsboro, N. J. IS. Commerce St.l J UNIORS Name Residence City Address ANGSTADT, ALICE E. BALDWIN, RUTH BARTON, MRS. GOLDIE M. BEDWELL, MARION T. BEYLER, MABEL CONNER, MIRIAM H. CRAWFORD, DOROTHY V. GILBERT, MAY C. HAI-IN, CLARICE S. HILL, ISABEL HOLLERAN, CLAIRE M. IRWIN, ELSIE V. JACKSON, C. PAULINE LOWENSTEIN, HAZEL F. MCKENNEY, EVA MAY OSBORNE, FLORENCE M. Oley Vllaverly, N. Y. Merchantville, N. J. Mt. Holly, N. J. Philadelphia Philadelphia Elsmere, Del. Philadelphia Philadelphia Trenton, N. J. West Pittston Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Melrose Park Philadelphia 151 l161 S. Broad St., Woodbury, N. Ll 146 W. Lehigh Ave. l221 Merchantville Terracel 3338 Chestnut St. 1319 N. 57th St. 2509 S. Robinson St. 3441 Woodland Ave. 459 W. Bringhurst St, E39.??1li??55IS" 326 S. 43d St. 2039 E. Wishart St. 5037 Frankford Ave. 1730 W. Tioga St. l1110 Melrose Ave.l 5014 Saul St., Frankford 'The Record B ook Name RYAN, ELIZABETH H. RYAN, KATHRYN V. THOMAS, BESSIE E. Name ANDERSON, ELIZABETH J. ANNE, FRANCES BARTLETT, DOROTHY D. BELLMER, MARY K. BRENNAN, ELIZABETH M. CONNOLLY, MARGUERITE H. CONROY, ESTELLE E. EGAN. HARRIET E. EISENBERG, MRS. H. O. HANCE. MARGARET N. HYNDMAN, MARY K. JOHNSON, NAOMI C. JOYNER, MAE KEENEY, MARY E. KILBOURNE, GWYNETH H. KITSELMAN, ETHEL S. KRAUSKOPF, ELIZABETH W. LLOYD, HELEN M. MCCOUCH, MADELEINE M. NowICH, INIARIE PARKS, JENNY M. PINTO, BEATRICE A. QUINN, ANNE M. REED. ROSANNAH L. ROSENBERG, FRANCES E. SCOTT, RUTH A. SHARPLEY, FLORENCE E. SMITH, IVY SMITH, MARY J. SPECHT, HELEN E. STIRLING, MARY I. STOVER, ANNA M. TOKATLIN, REGINA S. TRIMBLE, KATHERINE M. TROOP, KATHARINE M. WALDow, ANNA L. YEISER, IDABELLE Name ADAMS, EDNA L. BRADWAY, MRS. MARY H. CASSELL, KATHRYNE E. COOPER, SARAH J. DORRELL, ELSIE S. HANIGAN, ALICE M. HOBAN, FLORENCE A. Residence Philadelphia Cynwyd Spring City SOPHOMORES Residence Philadelphia do. Philadelphia do. do. Philadelphia do. Palmyra, N. J. Philadelphia Philadelphia do. Philadelphia Holly Hill, S. C. Philadelphia do. Bryn Mawr Fort Washington Philadelphia Albion. N. J. Philadelphia Pueblo, Colo. Philadelphia Philadelphia Council Bluffs, Iowa Philadelphia Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. Kintnersville Philadelphia Swarthmore Philadelphia Philadelphia Asbury Park, N. J. FRESHMEN Residence Media Philadelphia Ogontz Philadelphia Alloway, N. J. Philadelphia Southampton 132 City Address 4308 Walnut St. l316 Bryn Mawr Ave.1 l12 S. Main St.l Cily Address 206 N. 35th St. 2020 W. Venango St. 4524 Pine St. 2711 W. Glenwood Ave. 37 S. 19th St. 4412 Sansom St. 2720 N. 13th St. I719 Morgan St.l 1716 N. 15th St. 4714 Warrington Ave. 2153 E. Hagert St. 4840 Hazel Ave. 51 W. Walnut Lane, Gtn 2113 Christian St. 1219 N. 54th St. l117 Mondela Ave.l 2607 E. Indiana Ave. lBerlin P. 0.1 1771 N. 53d St. C2016 Oakland St.l 872 N. 22d St. 1632 N. Natrona St. 3928 Locust St. 5642 Pine St. 444 E. Haines St. 5618 Spruce St. 1619 Summer St. 1619 Summer St. 3241 N. Dover St. 4208 YValnut St. 925 Farragut Terrace 714 Reed St. lOgden and Walnut Sts.l 426 N. 39th St. 6225 Buist Ave. 2432 N. 25th St. City Address i800 N. Jackson St.1 412 S. Carlisle St. lSpring Ave.l 642 N. 39th St. 4220 Baltimore Ave. 1512 S. 54th St. T h e R e C O r d B O O li Name Residence City Address MCGLONE, GRACE Philadelphia 15 S. 61st St. MACKLEM, FRANCES R. MARTINDELL, MARIE D. PURRINGTON, BEATRICE M. RHOADS, ELEANOR SHIELDS, HELEN STOPPER, ESTHER L. STYRING, HESTER E. TROTTER, ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD, OLIVE M. Wilmington, Del. Trenton, N. J. Philadelphia VVilmingtOrI, Del. Philadelphia Williamsport Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia .99 I2013 Monroe Placel 4341 Baltimore Ave. 1710 N. 55th St. 402 W. Chelten Ave. 1302 N. 18th St. 4215 Chestnut St. 6614 Marsden St. Towanda St., Chestnut Hill 7227 Pasehall Ave. THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION SEQNLQRS Name ALEXANDER, HAZEL DYER ALLEMAN, E. VIOLA AMBLER, MARY ELLMAKER ARNOLD, MARGARET WALLACE BAER, EULA E. BAER, GLADYS L. ' BALLAGH, DOROTHY VAUGHAN BATES, AGNES MARGARET BAUMAN, FLORENCE BELL, HARRIET RITA BERNHARD, CATHARINE EMMA BLACK, VIRGINIA FRENCH BLOOMBERG, ROSALYN BOARDMAN, ETHEL BELL BOND, EVELYN A. M. BRACHMAN, FLORENCE CLAIRE BRADY, HELEN JOSEPHINE BROWNEIELD, MARTHA JANE CALIFANO, HELEN CARPENTER, MARY CECELIA CHAMBERLAIN, EVELYN ARCHIBALD CLAVAN, REBECCA CLUTCH, DOROTHY MARIE CRUMRINE, MARGARET ELIZABETH CRUSH, FLORENCE ANN DENNEY, HENRIETTA C. DERRICRSON, A. BLANCHE DETURCK, EDNA H. DEVINE, FRANCES H. DICKERSON, HILDRED AMANDA DONOHUE, REBA ELLIOTT DOWLING, MARGARET ELIZABETH DRUMMOND, LAURA VVINSLOYV EDMUNDS, ALICE ANNA EVANS, MARGUERITE FAIRBANKS, OLIVE JEFFERSON FAIRBROTHER, GLADYS FRANCES FELTOON, DOROTHY E. FENNER, ROSE FERGUSON, FRANCES RUTH FINNESEY, ELIZA P. FRIEND, EDITH ALICE Residence West Collingswood, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. Philadelphia do. do . Norristown Philadelphia do. Center Square Allentown Philadelphia do. Rydal Philadelphia do. Uniontown Philadelphia do. do. do. Darby Philadelphia Norwood Philadelphia Williamson School Oley Philadelphia Bridgeville Philadelphia East Stroudsburg Philadelphia Philadelphia do. Philadelphia Riverside, N . J. Philadelphia do. do. Wyncote Swarthmore ' 155 City Address l801 Grant Ave.1 5027 Pine St. 2913 N. Judson St. 224 St. Mark's Square 2911 N. 13th St. 2911 N. 13th St. 5864 Woodbine Ave. 3441 Woodland Ave. 3435 N. 21st St. 2138 S. Sth St. lCenter Squarel 3429 Walnut St. - 5428 Chester Ave. 2201 E. Dauphin St. lRydalJ 8439 Germantown Ave. 241 S. 23d St. 618 S. 42d St. 1602 Federal St. 226 Buckingham Place 50 E. Tulpehocken St. 807 W. Columbia Ave. 11134 hiairi St.l 6121 Chestnut St- 1217 S. Broad St. 120 S. 34th St. 1911 lvloore St. 4045 Baltimore Ave. 5031 Cedar Ave. 120 S. 34th St. 2729 N. 12th St. 1609 W. York St. 254 S. 45th St. 1452 N. 55th St. 136 Hancock Stl 4108 W. Girard Ave. 4072 Spring Garden St. 4412 Locust St. I116 Yale Ave.J The i Record Book Name Residence City A ddrexs GANDAR, EDITH RONVENA Collingswood, N. J. I14 Crestmont Terrafc! GEESEY, MARY EDITI-I Dallastown 120 S. 34th St. GILLESPIE, LQERTRUDE M. Philadelphia 2321 W. Firth St. GILUTIN, SARA do. 4220 Viola St. GLAZER. ANNA do. 523 Tasker St. GOCI-IENOUR, DOROTHY FRANCES Gloucester, N. J. l815 Monmouth St.1 GRAVES, HAZEL WALLACE Philadelphia 4022 Baring St. GREEN, BEATRICE do. 2218 W. Tioga St. GRIEEITI-I, BEATRICE MARIE Melrose Park 3424 Walnut St. GUTMAN, ALBERTA RICE Philadelphia 1434 Somerville Ave. HALL, NELLIE SUE East Lansdowne l222 Pennsylvania Blvd.l HARRISON, THELMA MAUCHER Philadelphia 1336 Harrison St. HAZLETT, RUTH ELIZABETH do. 318 Loney St., Fox Chase HERBST, CONSTANCE LOUISE do. 1233 Rising Sun Ave. HEWITT, JEAN B. do. 225 W. Wyoming Ave. HOLLOWAY, DOROTHY E. Williamsport 3734 Locust St. HOOD, HELEN VIRGINIA Philadelphia 1012 S. 49th St. HUBBARD, HELEN BARTON do. 519 S. 45th St. KEATING, EUGENIA RITA Philadelphia 326 S. 43d St. KEITH, REBEKAH S. do. 4622 N. 12th St. KELLEY, CATI-IARINE do. 624 N. 35th St. KELLINGER, GERTRUDE MARIE do. 4222 N. 8th St. KENNEDY, KATHARINE do. 2405 Spruce St. KERNS, MARY CATHERINE do. 5001 N. 12th St. KEVIN, MARY CHRISTIAN do. 803 S. 49th St. KEYS, ELLA REED do. 3312 Hamilton St. KIRK, ELIZABETH do. 2641 N. 17th St. KRESGE, MARIAN GERHARD Lancaster 4058 Chestnut St. LETTINGER,KATHAR1NE MARGARET Philadelphia 936 Marlyn Road LETIS, ETHEL ADELAIDE Camden, N. J. l720 N. Sth St.1 LIBERINIAN, BIRDIE Philadelphia 2127 N. Gratz St. LOCUSON, FRANCES HARRIETT Pennsgrove, N. J. 1920 N. 17th St. LONG, CAROLINE A. Philadelphia 1614 Germantown Ave. LONG, FLORENCE GERTRUDE do. 537 Brinton St. MCDANNEL, ANNA RALSTON Sharon Hill l202 Chester Pikej MCELDOWNEY, JENNIE SMITH Glenolden 110 Lamont Ave.1 MACDONALD, ADA HUFE Pleasantville, N. J. U20 N. Sth St., Camden, N. J.I MALZER, DOROTHY' Philadelphia 4520 Old York Road IVIATTHEXVS, HELEN do. 4908 Penn St. MILLER, ELEANOR CLAIRE Camden, N. J. 3411 Walnut St. MULLER, MIRIAM Philadelphia 5105 Hazel Ave. MYERS, CHARLESANNA do. 2500 S. Lambert St. NAYLOR, MAY ADELAIDE Philadelphia 3211 Higbee St. NEUMANN, ISABEL BORROKVES do. 428 S. 42d St. NEWMAN, MAUD B. West Chester lNormal Schooll NOONE, NELLIE ANNA Philadelphia 623 Locust Ave. OPPERMAN, MARIAN RUTH Philadelphia 3519 N. 21st St. OROS. ELSIE Trenton, N. J. l43 Prospect St.l OSLER, MILDRED Philadelphia 1139 Fillmore St. PALMATARY, HELEN CONSTANCE Wilmington, Del. l1019 Monroe St.1 PASTERNACK, CELIA Philadelphia 3850 Brown St. PENNEWILL, EMMA LILLIAN do. 4808 Windsor Ave. PFATTEICHER, DOROTHEA M. do. 1121 S. 51st St. PIERCE, HAZEL BEATRICE do. 1549 S. 28th St. PORTER. KATHRYN ELEANOR do. 7137 Bryan St. POTTS, ELIZABETH CLEMENT do. 1025 S. 46th St. PRATT, JANE ANN do. 419.Budd St. RAMONINT, EVELYN E. Shenandoah 4031 VValnIIt St. REBE, LOUISE CHRISTINE Philadelphia 1025 W. Columbia Ave REYNOLDS, BEATRICE do. 5238 Addison St. RITTENBERG, ROSE ETHEL RoE3zRTS, ELMA CORINNE SATINSKY, MINNIE SCHVVARTZ, FLORENCE HENRIETTA SCOTT, MIRIAM J. SEGAL, EMMA N. Egg Harbor City, N. J. Upper Darby Philadelphia do. Brookhaven , Chester Philadelphia 134 3600 VValrIut St. 3441 VVoodland Ave. 2215 N. 33d St. 2633 S. Alder St. 3441 XVoodland Ave. 4110 Girard Ave. T h e R e c O I' cl B O O k Name Residence City Address SEGAL, S. CHARLOTTE Philadelphia 6200 Ellsworth St. SEIDENMAN, HORTENSE do. 5610 Sydenham St. SENSENIG, IVIIRIAM J. do. 201 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave. SEXTON, DORIS ELIZABETH do. 1704 jefferson St. SHAPIRO, FRANCES do. 5026 Sansom St. SHELMIRE, DOROTHY MOSS do. 8311 Norwood Ave. SHORE, FANNY do. 3124 Clifford St. SICHEL, ROSE D. do. 3633 N. 18th St. SIMS, GLADYS BEATRICE do. P. Y. F. A., 140 N. 15th St. SLOTTER, CAROLINE ADELE do. 2959 N. 12th St. SMITH, LUCIA Nanticoke 120 S. 34th St. SMYTHE, LILIAN ALICE Philadelphia 6339 Vine St. SNEYD, JANE HUNTER do. 3008 W. Susquehanna Ave. SPADE, MERIAM LENORE do. 3441 Woodland Ave. STERNER, ALICE PARVIN Bloomsburg 3441 Walnut St. TAFI, GERTRUDE VVashington, D. C. 3928 Locust St. TALONE, AURORA M. Philadelphia 821 N. Beechwood St. TEITELMAN, HELEN RUTH do. 1638 N. 61st St. THOMAS, BEULAH ELIZABETH do. 1636 Francis St. THORNTON, FLORENCE EDITH do. 1311 Arrott St, TURNER, IDA AUDREY Port Matilda 861 N. 23d St. UTKOFF, MOLLIE ADELE Philadelphia 3902 Poplar St. VANDEGRIET, RUTH MAY Philadelphia 4638 Richmond St. NCIS ' ' -W St. WEINROTT, BESSIE do. 1641 N. 59th St. WEISS, CLAIRE SYLVIA do. S423 Spruce St. WENRICH, ELIZABETH I. VVernersville 120 S. 34th St. WHITEHILL, JEANETTE SANDBERG Philadelphia 1509 N. 17th St. WILLIS, GERTRUDE WOLFE, SARA MILDRED WRIGHT, ETHEI. YOUNG, THERESA A. ZEIDELMAN, CLARA Name AARONS, JEANNETTE ROSE ACKERMAN, MARIAN C. AITKEN, MARTHA WYATT ALT, ELIZABETH ADAMS ANDERSON, MARY MARGARET APOTHEKER, LILLIAN AYER, SIBYL FLETCHER BAILY, CLARA LOUISE BAMBERGER, NORMA PAULINE BARCLAY, ALICE MARGARET BARTEN, ELIZABETH KATIIERINE BERNSTEIN, BESSIE BERNSTEIN, KATHLEEN BERRY, HELEN BEVAN, EMMA BOYD BICKEL, KATHRYN MAY BINENSTOCK, SYLVIA BLUM, HELEN BOORSE, ELINOR GODSHALL BOREL, GRACE EICENIA BOXVERS, KATITIKRINE O. BRADLEY, BEATRXCE BRENNAN, ELIZABETH GLADYS BRINDLE, MARY E. BROOKE, MARGARET CUNNINGHAM BROWN, MARY BROWNLEE, HELEN BRUCE BRUMMER, FREDA LOUISE BULMER, GLADYS BULMER, LAURA BURR, HILDA HUDER Madisonville, Ky. Bryn Mawr Philadelphia Willow Grove Philadelphia JUNIORS Residence Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. North Wales Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. Ardmore Philadelphia do. do. Norristown Delanco, N. J. Philadelphia Philadelphia do. Ardmore Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. 135 lSecanel 4817 N. Camac St. 3427 Walnut St. 617 Dickinson St. City Address 3831 N. 17th St. 9339 Stenton Ave. 6113 Marsden St. 230 E. Ontario St. 1927 E. Cumberland St. 1732 N. 59th St. 1445 VV. Somerset St. 130 S. 46th St. 1421 W. Cleariield St. 6037 Race St. 823 S. 59th St. 823 S. 59th St. 260 Harvey St- l24 School Lanel 3439 N. Carlisle St. 4601 Spruce St. 1320 VVagner Ave. 3338 Chestnut St. Wine St.1 Stonleigh Court, Apt. 8, 46th and XValnut Sts. 1906 N. 24th St. 3816 N. 18th St. I5 Cricket Ave.l 3739 Vvalnut St. 2128 W. Tioga St. 227 S. 52d St. 5100 Cottage St. 755 E. Allegheny Ave. 755 F, Allegheny Ave. 4545 Pulaski Ave. T h e R e C O r d B O O k Name Residence Cily 1411117655 BURKE, MARGARET M. Philadelphia 4508 C11SSfG1' AVE' BUTLER, RUTH Moore 1907 E- Park Squarel CAHN, HELENE ROSE Philadelphia MaiESiiC Hotel CAMPBELL, HESTER FAUST Boyertown l33P Pelham Road. Beechwood 31' ' CAMPBELL, KATHERINE Philadelphia 5000 PC1111 St- CARRICK, MARGARET BARBOUR do. 5707 Hoffman Ave- CASE, MIRIAM OLIVER do. 5330 Angora Terrace CHABROW, BESSIE do. 1811 N. 33121 Sf- CHANDLER, ELIZABETH KLINGLER Camden, N. J. l124 N. 49th St.. A111011 Hts-1 CHRISTIAN, GRACE Philadelphia 2725 E. Lehigh AVC- CLAFFY, ELEANOR V. do. 116 S- 6211 St, CLARK, ANNA JANE do. 2333 E- H2l2Z2ll'C1 S1- CLOTHIER, GEORGEANNA Highland Park Tilden Junior High School COLE, JOSEPHINE MARIA Philadelphia 2534 5- 20111 511- COLLINS, BESSIE ELEANOR do. 4910 LarC11W00d Ave- CONKLING, RUTH MARJORIE do. 3533 N- 21st SL CONRAD, CATHERINE MAE Chester 3338 C11BSU111f Sf- COOKE, ELIZABETH Philadelphia 1225 5- 46111 Sf- COOPER, HENRIETTE do. 3856 N- 171511 St- CRAFT, DOROTHY GREGG do. 1431 S-20111 Si- CRAMER, NELL Jackson. Mo. lW001ma11 School. Swarth- morel DAISLEY, MARIAN Philadelphia 5031 Springfield Ave. DAVIDONV, REBECCA do. 404 5- 51211 Sf- DAVIS, MIRIAM HOYVELL DE Cou, FRANCES BRANSON DERRICKSON, NIARGARET E. DE YOUNG, ELIZABETH S. DILLER, SARA FERREE DONAHUE, KATHERINE MAMIE Dos PASSOS, FRANCISCA DOUGHERTY, FRANCES MARY DOUGHTY, CORNELIA SHERMAN DUNBAR, JENNY EAVENSON, KATHARINE M ONTOUR EBERSOLE, GLADYS B. EMGARTH, :XNNETTE HARISPE EMSLEY, MARY ENNIS, JESSIE FARLEY, JEANNETTE AMELIA FITE, MARGARET ARMSTRONG FITZAMAURICE, HILDEGARDE FLAI-IAVEN, HELEN M. A. FLOUNDERS, ANNA MARIE FRANKENFIELD, VERA RACHEL FRANKLIN, MAZIE E. FRETZ, ELIZABETH FREW, MIRIAM EDITH GEORGE, MARGARET C. GLENN, ELSIE EMERY GIBBS, MARY SOPHIA GILES, MARY S. GILL. ANNE WILSON GILLESPIE, ELOISE B. C. GLASS, LILLIAN SIIWPSON GOLDMAN, MOLLY GRAMM, BERTHA SHIELDS GREEN, DOROTHY MILLER GREEN, ROSE ALICE GREENBERG, CHARTOTTE HILDA GREENWOOD, MAY RITA GROSS, REBECCA BEATRICE GROTH, ALMA MATILDA GUENTHER, ETHEL HELEN HAGERTY, JEAN BAIRD HAMILTON, BARBARA RACHEL HANNA, EDITH B. HARMAN, IDA LOLA Camden, N. J- Moorestown, N. J. WVilliamsOn School Philadelphia Lancaster Philadelphia do. Haverford Philadelphia do. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. Philadelphia do. do. do. Brookline Philadelphia West Chester Philadelphia Paradise Woodlawn, Md. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. Marietta Delanco, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. Llanerch Philadelphia Erdenheim Philadelphia Palmyra, N. J' 156 H454 Bradley Ave.1 3424 VValnL1i. St. 7021 Sherwood Road 1946 Columbia Ave.l 1324 N. 54th St. 5100 Baltimore Ave. 2444 N. 31st St. 1021 S. Paxon St. 4632 Spruce St. 6711 N. 15th St. 133 S. 23d St. 3119 Queen Lane 3315 Rand St, 2222 S. 22d St. 5039 Larchwood Ave. 6369 McCallum St. 1412 N. 61st St. U00 E. Manoa Roadl 322 N. 52d St. IR. D. 11 4912 Greene St. 4058 Chestnut St. 120 S. 34th St. 4819 Cedar Ave. 2146 N. Natrona St. 6164 Haverford Ave. 1437 S. 54th St. 1402 Erie Ave. 815 S. St. Bernard St. 1849 N. 33d St. Iliightstown, N. j.j IUnion Ave.1 3300 N. 21st St. 2933 Oxford St. 2317 N. Hancock St. 4902 Chestnut St. 3436 N. 13th St. I317 Bewley Roadl 1244 Christian St. 4934 N. 12th St. i843 Morgan Ave.l The Record Book Name Residence City Address HARRIS, BERTHA MARIE Philadelphia 720 E- Chelten Ave. HARSHBERGER, ESTELLA M. do. 508 W. Venango St. HART, HELEN MARX do. 2313 S. 15th St. HASPEL, GRACE MARIE do. 5855 Montrose St. HAssAN, ANNA MARIE do. 4910 Walton Ave. HAYMAN, GERTRUDE M. do. 617 S. 42d St. HEAVEY, FRANCES K. do. 5309 Pine St. HEAVEY, REGINA MARIA do. 5309 Pine St. HEIDELBERGER, BERTHA E. do. 5400 Gainor Road HERBACH, CLAIRE do. 908 N. Franklin St. HICKOX, ANN LENHARD do. 1901 Pine St. ' HODGSON, RUTH do. 2145 E. Chelten Ave. HOFMANN, ELSIE A. do. 2411 S. Sth St. HOLSTEIN, JEANETTE do. 1931 Page St. HORNOR, MARION ELIZABETH HOUSE, ANNA ELIZABETH HOWES, MARY H. HUZZARD, RUTH ANNA HYMAN, MARY S. JAEGER, ELSA RUTH JARDEN, ELLEN M. JOHNSON, RUTH SIGRID JOYCE, RUTH C. KANE, MARGARET C. KALMKKK, VICTORIA EVA KEENEY, SUSAN DoRoTHEA KELLER, ALMA CATHRYN KEMP, MARY DUNCAN KENDALL, PAULA WILLS KENNEDY, ELIZABETH IRENE KENTOPP, MARIE ELIZABETH KICK, MABEL V. KUDER, ADELINE L. LAFFERTY, MARY ELIZABETH LAMBERT, NAOMI ADALINE LANDENBERGER, ANNA EMMA LARSON, LILLIE H. LAWRENCE, BERTHA LEFEVRE, FRANCES LEIGH, MAZIE ALVA LESTZ, ANNA TERESA LEVENSTEIN, MIRIAM LILLIAN LITZENBERG, RUTH PAULINE LONG, MARGARET ELEANOR LOTZ, DoRoTHY MATHIl.DA LOWENGRUND, CONSTANCE EVA LYNCH, JEANNETTE GERTRUDE MCALLISTER, ELLA ELIZABETH MCALLISTER, LAURA MARGARET MCCARTEN, MARY E. MCC ONNELL, MARGARET ELIZABETH MCDOWELL, EI.sIE JANE MCGO1A'AN, MARY MCNICHOL, MARGARET HELEN MACFADEN, KATIIRYN W. MAHEDY, BEATRICE IRMA MAJOR, GERTRUDE ELLIS MALLON, ZITA ELIZABETH MALLOY, EDITH FRANCES MARTIN, ANNA MELDRUM MARTIN, JEAN GRAY MASLAND, JEAN CROCKER MEVERS, RUTH MILLER, JULIA BERGER MILLER, MARTHA LOIS MITCIJELL, FLORENCE ISABEL MONAGHAN, ELEANOR JOSEPHA MOSKOVITZ, BEATRICE SELMA MUELLER, BERTHA J. MUELLER, HELEN ELIZABETH MUNNS, ATHENA LORIENE Pemberton, N. J Camden, N. J. Philadelphia Spring City Philadelphia Philadelphia do. Camden, N. J. Philadelphia Philadelphia 125 S. 36th St. i221 N. Front SLI 4430 Sansom St. 2058 S. 57th St. 2241 N. Park Ave. 2822 N. 26th St. 7048 Germantown Ave. I1 159 Haddon Ave.l 2348 Srnedley St. 6118 Kingsessing Ave. 1-20 S. 34t-reSt. Bipssburg Wayne Philadelphia do. Burlington, N. J Palmyra, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. Philadelphia do. do. Brookline Trenton, N. J. Neffsville Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Bywood Heights Edison Lansdowne Shenandoah Philadelphia Beverly, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. Lykens Philadelphia do. do. do. do. Springfield 157 l318 E. Lancaster Pikel 940 N. 43d St. 2020 S. 16th St. I133 W. Federal st.l 742 Highland Ave. 751 N. 44th St. 1402 W. Tioga St. 3056 E St. 8944 Frankford Ave. 2170 E. Cumberland St. Asylum Pike i310 Boulevardl i232 Highland Ave.l 119 S. 55th St. 3046 N. 15th St. 427 S. 63d St. 1703 N. 7th SL. 2347 S. Woodstock St. 3116 Ashburner St. 7127 N. Broad St. 4420 Pine St. 640 S. 54th St. S112 Chester Ave. 5112 Chester Ave. 122 N. Lambert St. 2540 N. Hancock St. 5421 Media St. 2236 W. Lehigh Ave. 2322 N. 22d St. 5015 N. 12th St. l114 Summit Ave.l 904 Leviek St. i216 W. Drexel Ave.l 3312 Powelton Ave. 2726 S. Colorado St. IS07 Cooper St.l 1520 N. 15th St. 4823 N. 13th St. 2351 E. Cumberland St- 3739 xvalnut St. S121 N. Mervine St. 63 W. Seymour St. 2540 Kensington AVC- 5461 Cedar Ave. 161 N. 2d St. ISaxer and Sunset Roadl The Record Book Name Rcsidrme City Azlllwss MUIQPHY, EDITH MARIIE Philadelphia 38 ApS'ey St. NIURPHY, IKOSEMARY VK ilkes-Barre 120 34th St. NICTIOLSON, ETHEL LODGE Philadelphia 2121 Porter St. NIELAND, AGNES do. 218 S. 57th St. NIGHTINGALE, FLORENCE XVATSON Upper Darby I45 Copley Roadl NUSBAUNI, REGINA BACHARACI-I Philadelphia 1835 W. Tioga St. OBERI-IOLSER, MARY EDITH Lionville O'DONNELL, MARION FRANCES Lansdowne 152 N. Maple Ave.l PAGE, DOROTHY GERTRUDE Scranton 145 W. School Lane PARK, VERA M. Nicholson 5021 Springfield Ave. PATTON, MARGARET CANDERS Philadelphia 4114 Pine St. PATTON, MARY do. 719 E. Tioga St. PIPPING, HENRIETTA do. 321 W. Duneannon Ave. PORTENAR, JEANNETTE do. 4739 N. 9th St. RAPPAPORT, BEATRICE PEARL Philadelphia 1534 Columbia Ave. REARDON, MARGARET THERESA do. 5406 Chester Ave. REDMAN, VIRGINIA do. 331 S. 18th St. REUKAUF, ELEANOR EMMA do. 2320 N. 20th St. REYNOLDS, EDITH MAY do. 2000 N. Front St. REYNOLDS, M.ARTHA Rutledge I114 Linden Ave.l RHOADS, ELEANOR WILSON Philadelphia 5000 Marvine St. RHOADS, MABEL G. do. 4639 Hazel Ave. RHODES, ELIZABETH JESSIE do. 3804 Chestnut St. RICHARDS, FLORENCE LOUISE do. 5728 N. 3d St. ROBERTS, ELLA do. 603 S. 48th St. ROLLE, FLORENCE P. do. 2143 N. 19th St. ROSENBERGER, CORA BECHTEL Sellersville ROSENTHAL, JULIA PEARL Philadelphia 2314 N. 18th St. RYAN, ELIZABETH do. 2526 S. Lambert St. SCHELL, CAROLINA MARGARETTA Philadelphia 1871 Wynnewood Road SCHELL, MARGARET EDITH do. 54 W. Tulpehocken St. SCHERER, ANNA L. do. 1253 N. 58th St. SCHOFF, WILMOT Cynwyd l110 Montgomery Ave.l SCOTT, ELLEN VIRGINIA Oakbourne 5326 Kingsessing Ave. SEEGER, EVELYN BEATRICE Philadelphia 26 E. Mt. Pleasant Ave. SEMPLE, MARY KATHERINE Easton 128 S. 36th St. SHELL, CATHERINE do. 5820 Springfield Ave. SITER, MARY CRAXVFORD Philadelphia 3323 VValnut St. SKELTON, KATHERINE JOSEPHINE do. 1632 S. 54th St, SMITH, ELSIE M. do. 807 S. Vogdes St. SNAPE, THELMA L. Camden, N. J. l711 N. 7th St.j STACKHOIISE, MARY LAVINIA Ambler ISpring Garden St.1 STATON. SA RA!-I ELIZABETH STAUEEER, RLITI-I HARTMAN STEELE, HELEN MARGARET STEPHANI, RUTH WEST STEPHENS, L. ELINORE STEPHENS, M. ATHALIA STEVENS, ALMA A. STEVENS, HELEN BARBARA STORY, MARGARET KAY STRADLING. ELIZABETH STRICKLAND, SARAH SULLIVAN, MARGARET L. THOMAS, FLORENCE XVEST THOMPSON, CORA T. TONER, LILLIAN M. TRITSCHLER, ELISABETH CAROLINE TURNER, ANNABEL TWINING, MARY GERTRUDE ULMER, JENNIE TUSTIN VAL7GlIAN, ANASTASIA HASTINGS VOIGT, BERTHA ELIZABETH VOLD, ALEIIILD Wilmington, Del. Upper Darby Philadelphia Ridley Park Philadelphia do. do. do. Cynwyd Philadelphia do. do. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. Bustleton Philadelphia Lansdowne Philadelphia Butler 138 IV. VV. C. A., 25th and Market Sts.j l32 Harwood Drivel 5242 Schuyler St. 3441 Woodland Ave. 614 N. 43d St. 614 N. 43d St. 5107 Irving St. 5107 Irving St. 1320 Pembroke Roadl 3514 N. 22d St. 2414 N. 15th St. 5020 Schuyler St. 4821 KingSeSSing Ave. 6111 Lansdowne Ave. 221 E. Ontario St. 510 High St. 2258 N. 16th St. 3441 VVoodland Ave. 4838 Hawthorne St. Grant Bldg., 17th and Pine Sts. 3338 Chestnut St. 120 S. 34th St. T h e R e C O 11 d B O O k Name Residence City Address WARDLE, DOROTHY Philadelphia 503 S. 44th Stl WARRICK, DOROTHY E. do. 31 Harvey St. WEBB, LOIS ELIZABETH Towanda 5021 Springfield Ave. WEIR, RUTH ELIZABETH Philadelphia 6825 N. 7th St. WESTON, MARY FITHIAN do. 3708 Baring St. WHITACRE, MILDRED IDA do. 1318 S. 57th St. WIDMAYER, GLADYS AUGUSTA do. 805 W. Lehigh Ave. WILE, ANNA MAE North Wales WILSON, RUTH ELEANOR Philadelphia 828 N. 24th St. WIRTSCHAETER, RIIRIAM MALVIAN do. 2837 W. Allegheny Ave. WOLVERTON, CLARA J. Trenton, N. I. 1248 Pearl St.1 WOODS, HELEN EDITH Philadelphia 3323 VVa1nut St. YOHE, EDNA MARGARET Philadelphia 1112 W. Somerset St. ZEEB, MARTHA KATHARINE Philadelphia 2847 N. 20th St. SOPHOMORES Name Residence City Address ABBOTT, FLORENCE E. Philadelphia 6108 Carpenter St. ABADIE, ANNADEL do. 5032 Kingsessing Ave. ADAMS, ANNIE do. 3623 N. 11th St. ADAMS, JENNIE C. do. 3518 Queen St. AGENSKY, ESTHER BARBARA do. 2601 N. 33d St. AL1.E.N,.E1.IzABE1H.N. CoCl1ra.mLi11e 120 S. 34th St. ANDRASSY, SOPHIE TI-IELMA Philadelphia 1310 Walnut St. ANDERSON, DOROTHY STEWART Narberth 1102 Avon Roadl AURITSKY, EVA Philadelphia 2522 S. Mildred St. BALINSKI, FELICIA ESTELLE Elizabeth, N. J. 4104 Spruce St. BALLAGH, JOSEPHINE DEHAMMERE Philadelphia 5864 Woodbine Ave. BARNES, RUTH Highland Park 18020 W. Chester Roadl BAUM, CAROLYN H. Philadelphia 2125 N. Gratz St. BEDWELL, SADIE ELLA Mt. Holly, N. J. 121 Garden St.1 BEIDELMAN, SOI-HIA LENTz Philadelphia 5807 McMahon Ave. BENNER, FLORENCE M. do. 2106 E. Lippincott St. BERGEY, EDNA JACOBY Sumneytown 1611 Butler St. BERGMANN, ELSA HELENA Philadelphia 224 N. Ramsey St. BLATTENBERGER, IRMA FRANCES do. 4717 Gakland St. BLOCK, PEARL MIRIAM do. 2755 Kensington Ave. BLOECKER, DOROTHY ALLEN do. Somerton BOHLEN, CATHERINE Washington, D. C. 3323 Walnut St. BORROWES, KATHARINE DOWNEY Philadelphia 160 N. 20th St. . BRANNING, J UANITA ALICE Morrisville 1427 S. Pennsylvania Ave 1 BRAUNGARD, MARION Philadelphia 716 Sixty-fourth Ave. BRISKEN, ROSE do. 2610 S. Juniper St. BRODSKY, CLARA DORIS do. S115 Wynnefield Ave. BROWN, ELIZABETH do. 2128 W. Tioga St. BROWN, ISABEL COOK Darlington, Md. 2127 Green St. BRYANT, ELIZABETH PORTER Philadelphia 621 Olney Ave. BUCHANAN, HELEN MARY Honey Brook 1308 Linden St., Camden BURGHART, CLAUDIA AGNES , Philadelphia 4649 Hazel Ave. BYLER, GERTRUDE E. do. 5516 Hunter Ave. CAMPBELL, MARIE LILLIAN Philadelphia 5444 Lansdowne Ave. CANN, HELEN do. 1332 S. 3d St. CARROLL, MARGARET GRACE do. 5519 Greene St. CARTER, THERESA P. do. 722 N. 42d St. CLAIR, MIRIAM do. 1930 W. Erie Ave. COHEN, IDA do. 5466 Lebanon Ave. COMERFORD, MARY DOROTHY Mahanoy City 1336 Pine St. COOPER, MABEL THOMPSON Chester 1338 W. 9th St.1 CORSICLIA, FRANCES KATHLEEN Richland, N. J. COSTELLO, HELEN M, Philadelphia 426 N. 33d St. CRANKSHAW, EMILY JEANETTE do. 1125 Foulkrod St. CRAWFORD, ESTELLE Norristown 11421 Powell St.1 CRESSMAN, HELEN do. 11447 Powell St.1 CROCKETT, MARTHA Nashville, Tenn. 3433 VVa1nut St. CULL, EDITH E. Philadelphia 5949 Latona Ave. DAVIS, IVY L. F. Trenton, N. J. 1121 Parker Placel DERR, MARY LINTON Philadelphia 3422 N. 21st St. DETWILER, BLANCHE CURTIS Fricks 159 The Record Book Name Residence City Address DETWILER, MABEL STOVER ' Hatfield lBroad St.J DEVLIN, ANNA BERNADETTE Philadelphia 2132 N. 3d St. DEXVEES, EMILY NIXON do. 728 Carpenter Lane DIEST, RUTH KERST do. 726 E. Thayer St. DILLAN, FLORENCE PECK do. 5001 Walton Ave. DILLER, ANNA CAROLINE do. 720 S. Alden St. DINSMORE, DOROTHY STARR do. 1712 N. 16th St. DIXON, EDITH SYLvIA Elmora, N. J. 4600 Chester Ave. DOLLOWAY, FLORENCE Philadelphia 316 Snyder Ave. DOMAN, LAURA do. 424 Poplar St. DOMANSKI, TESSIE BELLA do. 2548 Richmond St. DONOHOE, HELEN LORETTO do. 1836 S. 18th St. DORSEY, HELEN KATHARINE do. 1803 Christian St. DOUGHERTY, ESMERALDA G. do. 5116 Haverford Ave. DRAKELEY. HARRIET HESSER DREWES. FRANCES DARLINGTON DRISCOLL , M ARGARET CATHERINE DWYER, AGNES GABRIEL EDEIKEN, HESTER ELDERTON, MARION ELLIS, SARA ARMSTRONG EVANS, MARGARET FARRAN, ANNA FRANCES FAYER, BLANCHE FERANCIE, VICTORIA FINNEY, MARY A. FITZ-MAURICE, ERNESTINE FLEISCHMANN, OTTILIE ANNA ELSA FLINN, JOSEPHINE FOLLETTE, CLARA ELLWOOD FRANKLIN, KATHARINE DALLAS FRANTZ, SARA SMITH FREAS. RUTH FULFORTH, VIRGINIA GRAHAM FULTON, JEAN ELIZABETH GARFIELD, MILDRED M. GARRETT, DOROTHY MAY GETTY, MAE RUSSELL GODFREY, EMILY ANNA MAY GOTTLIEB, HORTENSE GREENBERG, ESTHER M. GREENBERG, ESTI-IER PEARL GREER, GEORGINA SOPI-IIA GRIFFITII-, AMY Cox GROSS, GERTRUDE MAY GUILBERT, DOROTHY M. GUION, GERTRUDE EDIE HALPERN, HELEN HAMER, ADELL MARSHALL HAMILTON, CAROLINA VIRGINIA HAND, MARIE ADELAIDE HARDY, ESTHER EDNA HARRIS, MABEL FROEHLICH HEANEY, ELIZABETH J. HEATON, EDYTHE LAWRENCE HENKENSIEFKEN, FRIEDA HENNING, GRACE ANNE HILL, ELEANORE MARGARET HOLSTEIN, HARRIET HORNER, LOUISE MARY HORR, ESTHER MARGUERITE HOWELL, ARLINE FRANCES HUGG, EVANGELINE HUNSBERGER, MARY EMMA HUNTER, ZENA MARGARET ILLMAN, ADELAIDE THOMAS IMERMAN, JOSEPHINE LEE IRWIN, KATHRYN LOUISE do. Drexel Hill Atlantic City, N. J. Ventnor, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. do. Philadelphia Highland Park Philadelphia Richboro Philadelphia do. do. Narberth Philadelphia Newtown Trenton, N. J. Philadelphia Wilmington, Del. Bridgeton, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. Melrose Park Atlantic City, N. J. Philadelphia do. do. do. Sewell, N. J. Harrisburg Philadelphia do. do. Norristown Philadelphia do. do. do. Camden, N. J. Philadelphia Plumsteadville Chester Philadelphia Detroit, Mich. 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Logan St. 120 S. 34th St. 830 S. 48th St. T h e R e C O 1' d B O O k Name Residence City Address JONES, MARGARET PENNINGTON Philadelphia 1209 S. 53d St. JUMP, ELIZABETH BARTON do. Pine Manor Apts., 49th and Pine SLS. KAPPELLA, LOUISE FLORENCE Philadelphia 5848 Angora Terrace KATZ, MARY E. Gwynedd Agnew SSchOOl, Cherryzbelow llth t. KELLEY, MARGARET Philadelphia 1509 Shunk St. KEMP, GRACE KATHARINE do. 2020 S. 16th St. KENDRICK, FRANCES EVELYN do. 1329 S. 52d St. KIMBALL, RUTH ELIZABETH Sargentville, Me. lil W. Oakdale Ave., Glenside KINNEY, MARTHA FLORENCE Philadelphia 2020 E. Chelten Ave. KIRKPATRICK, MARION G. do. 4924 Walton Ave. KNIGHT, REBECCA LARUE do. 1408 N. 60th St. KRAMER, EDYTHE C. do. 4145 N. 9th St. KROENER, EDITH H. do. 2347 N. 18th St. KUPIEC, RUTH AGNES do. 2970 Richmond St. KURTZ, FLORENCE IRENE do. 6707 Dittman St. LAIRD, ALICE Philadelphia 1426 W. Ontario St. LAMPERT, ANNE do. 3230 Montgomery Ave. LOCUSON, HELEN FENTON do. 1903 N. Judson St. LANGHAM, GLADYS MYRTLE do. 2014 Frankford Ave. LAVIN, RUTH FRANCES do. 1767 N. 29th St. LEDIG, ALMA K.ATHERINE do. 4322 N. Broad St. LEFKOVVITH, ADA Mahanoy City 3629 N. 19th St. , S Sol-l-i-ngswooc-ivNvJ. : Avg LEWIS, HELEN MABEL Newfield, N. J. LONG, EMILY MAE Philadelphia 2936 Rhawn St. LOUGHEED, ELIZEBETH LINN do. 5116 Chestnut St. LOVETT, ADELINE DAWES do. 1322 Orthodox St. MCCANDLESS, MARGARET P. Media U13 E. 3d St.1 MCCAUGHAN, MARGARET ISABEL Philadelphia 6217 Carpenter St. MCCLINTOCK, ROSETTA W. do. 5936 Lansdowne Ave. MCCURDY, ISABEL WITHEROW Ardmore IP. O. Box 5031 MCCURDY, MARGARET RUTH Willow Hill IP. O. Box 503, Ardmore MCFETRICH, KATHRYN RAE Philadelphia 5014 Race St. MCFETRIDGE, ANNA FREDERICKA do. 2524 ASDSH Si- MCHENRY, MARGARET do. 4936 Cedar Ave. MCILVAINE, KATHLEEN AGNES do. 3429 Walnut St. MCKEITH, EDYTHE Beechwood Park 3441 Woodland Ave. MCNALLY, LORRAINE LUCIA Ardmore U18 Coulter Ave.j NIACCARDLE. HELEN LOVVDEN Avon, N. J. 3411 Walnut St. MACEWAN, SARA STODDART Philadelphia 2325 S. 21st St. MACMINN, GERTRUDE MAY do. 6447 Tulip St. MACNEIR, ESTHER IVINS do. 4536 Chestnut St. MAGILL, DOROTHY AGNES do. 63 W. Louden St. MAHER, ELIZABETH MARY RITA Hopbottom 210 S. DeKalb St. MAJOR, OLIVE A. Merehantville, N. J. U14 E. Rogers Ave.J MALLOY, FRANCES AGNES Philadelphia 2137 S. 13th St. MARKOVITZ, ELEANOR NEUEELD do. 623 W. Upsal St. MATHIS, DOROTHY WINNETTA do. 1800 N. Park Ave. MATTSON, EVALINA HANNUM do. 4106 Spruce St. MERKLE, EMMA W. do. 52 Blake Ave., Fox Chase MILLER, ELEANOR DYAS do. 1210 Erie Ave. MILLER, ELIZABETH REED do. 1210 Erie Ave. MILLER, LEAH FRANCES Pleasantville, N. l1100 S. New Roadl MITCHELL, VIRGINIA THERESA Philadelphia 4049 Baring St. MONIHAN, ELEANOR MARY do. 620 N. 16th St. MONTAGUE, MARY SCHOFIELD Norristown I114 Franklin Ave.j MOORHOUSE, MYRTLE M. Philadelphia 2718 C St. MORKIN, MARY MARGARET MORRIS, LUELLA J. MOXVREY, LEAH BEATRICE NATHAN, HORTENSE NEEE, HELEN M. NEWMAN, MARY MARGARET NICHOI,SON, DOROTHY BELLE NIEBERGALI., MARGARET W. NIELAND, HELEN FLORENCE NORMAN, OLIVE MARY O'BRlEN, DOROTHY ARCHIBALD Upper Darby Remsen, N. Y. Spring City Philadelphia Audubon, N. J. Philadelphia Baltimore, Md. Philadelphia. do. do. Philadelphia 141 1408 Stonehurst Aptsj 1425 Snyder Ave. l204 Yost Ave.1 Hotel Lorraine 3443 Walnut St. 2129 Fitzwater St. 1713 Fitzwater St. 1643 S. 55th St. 218 S. 57th St. 5136 Newhall St. 5116 Knox St. T h e R 6 C O I' cl B O O li Name Residence City Address OGRODOWSKI, HEDXVIGNE M. do. 210 Borbeck St., Fox Chase OGRODOYVSKI, HELEN MARIE do. 210 Borbeck St., Fox Chase O'KEEFE, NELLIE GERTRIIDE do. 2508 S. 20th St. ORTTUNG, ELSIE CHARLOTTE do. 2922 W. Allegheny AVC- OSTHEIMER, CECILIA BARBARA Mahanoy City 2817 N. Front St. OVERHOLT, FLORENCE LILLIAN Philadelphia 3715 N. 18th St. PARKINSON, GRACE CROASDALE Philadelphia 4928 Greene St. PARRY, BARBARA do. 731 N. 41st St. PETRILLO, ANGELINE CARMELITA do. 2220 S- 63d St. PIERCE, CHARLOTTE KURTZ do. 2301 N. Broad St. PIERCE, ELSIE MAY do. 3416 Blalciston St. PINDELL, FRANCES ELLEN Upper Darby l28 Kent Roadl PLATT, MARGUERITE ALICE Philadelphia 4810 Windsor Ave. POVVERS, MARY ELLEN Scranton lState Normal School, West Chesterl PRICE, HELEN ELIZABETH Philadelphia 316 N. 52d St. A PRIZER, ESTHER NIARKLEY do. 950 N. 43d St. RAEINOVITZ, ANNA RALSTON, BESSIE ISABELIA RAULUK, OLGA CAROLINE RAYMOND, ALSICE KENNARD REINHARDT, EMMA M. REMENTER, CONSUELO CALDVVELL REPETTO, FRANCES A. RHOADS, GLADYS PASSMORE RICHARDS, ALENA MAvIs RIEDINGER, ALICE LOUISE RIGBY, MADELLA JOHNS RIVELY, HELEN A. ROBERTS, HELEN ELIZABETH ROBERTSON, GRACE W. ROGERS, MARTHA A. RORER, ELIZABETH UNRUI-I ROSENBERG, AGATHA SELIG SADIKER, RUTH WINKLEMAN SANTAMARIE, DOROTHEA BEATRICE SAWYER, ANNA MARIE SCHMIDT, VIRGINIA MAY SCHNEIDER, ANNA KATHERINE SCHOELL, DOROTHY PENNOCK SCHOFF, BEATRICE LEONARD SCOTT, iVI.-ARGARET JANE SERVAIS, M. JUSTINE SCIIUCK, CLARA A. SILVERSTEIN, REBECCA BEULAH SISTER MARIE GONZAGA SMILEY, MAY KEITHLER SMITH, MARJORIE STAHL, KATHRYN BERTHA STAHLMAN, ANNA M. SrANLEY, FRANCES GERTRUDE STANSEURY, ELIZABETH POLE STARR, ESTHER REGINA STEIN, ROSE STRASSBURGER, ETHEL ROSE SUMMERFIELD, EDITH MAE SUTTON, ELSIE BELLE TAOGART, ANNA HALLOWVELL THOMAS, LAURA MILDRED THORPE, MARGARET SHEPPARD 'ISXVEEIJALIL ELIZABETH IINKLES, RUTH MELROSE UTZ, VERNA MAE VANKLEECK, KATRINA XVONROEDER, :XLICE GERTRUDE XVADE, DOROTHY XV.-ACER. ABBY Atlantic City, N. J. Sharon Hill Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. Morrisville Philadelphia Chester Holmes Woodstown, N. Drexel Hill Ardmore Philadelphia do. J. Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. Cynwyd Philadelphia Bridgeton, N. J. Philadelphia Clo. do. do. do. do. Sigel Philadelphia do. do. do. do. do. do. Norristown Philadelphia do. Lansdowne Philadelphia VVilliamspOrt Ridley Park New York, N. Y. Philadelphia Norristown 142 120 S. 34th St. i202 Chester Pikel 526 VV. Morse St. 4929 Chester Ave. 103 Rochelle Ave. 318 E. Chelten Ave. 4716 Kingsessing Ave. 4639 Hazel Ave. l427 Pennsylvania Ave.1 3547 Germantown Ave. i407 E. 13th Sm i202 Parker Ave.1 3443 Walnut St. i514 Childs Ave.J l31 St. Paul'S Roadl 43 VV. Logan St. 1714 Diamond St. 3022 Kensington Ave. 5221 Gainor Road 2216 S. 22d St. 4908 Cedar Ave. 536 Rockland St. 4821 Regent St. H10 Montgomery Ave.l 714 N. 49th St. 4215 Chestnut St. 2441 N. 8th St. 5935 VVebster St. 158 E. Huntingdon St. 3859 Aspen St. 6505 N. 6th St. 5829 Hadield Ave. 3449 Walnut St. 2134 N. 19th St. 730 Church Lane 254 S. 38th St. 1508 Lindley Ave. 59 Queen Lane 4900 Arch St. 40 Blake Ave., Fox Chase I909 Swede St.l 257 High St. , 4642 Oakland St. l112 McKinley Ave.J 54 E. Johnson St. U36 Owen Ave., Lansdownel i208 Creswell SLI 113 S. 34th St. 803 XV. Lehigh Ave. i609 Haws Ave.1 T h e R e C 0 r d B O O lr Name Residence Cily Address WAGNER, GRACE DOROTHY Royersford i613 Niain,St.J WARD, MARIE PHILOMENA Philadelphia 2349 N 11th4St. WARREN. CELESTE EDITH Alba I 1639 POYPSf'5t- WEBB, ELLA PAULINE Philadelphia 1525 Chrlstlan St- WEINSTEIN, RUTH ELLIS do. 3323 Ridge AVS- WENTZELL, HELEN BEAVER WEYL, LOUISE SALLER WILKE, MARIE R. WILLIAMS, OLIVE ANNE WILSON, MARJORIE IDELA WINESTINE, EVELYN ELNORA WOLFE, MILDRED WRIGHT, ANNE Name AHERN, MARGARET EVELYN APGAR, GRACE MAY APP, KATHERINE I. AYRES, PRISCILLA ANNABELLE BARASH, LILLIE NOUGEL BARAFE, PAULINE TEDDY BATTEN, PLUMA PENTON BEHREND, SARA CAROLINE BENOLIEL, JEAN S. BERNHARD, MILDRED R. BERNSTEIN, EDITH BERTON, LEANORE SARA BINZ, HELEN AMELIA BISHOP, NAOMI VESTA BITTLE, MARGARET LOUISE BLAKE, FLORENCE LETITIA BOBECK, THERESA CONSTANCE BOWEN, RUTH MARGARET BRADLEY, ADELE LOUISE BREIHOE, CHRISTINE BROOKS, GRACE BILL BRUECKMANN, MINERVA LEON BUDD, GRAYCE E. BURKE, GAIL ALLEN BURKE, MARION ELIZABETH CARROW, SARA E. CARTER, MARY H. CASE, JEANNE MATRHAEI CHENEY, ALICE GUARDIOLA CHENEY, ELIZABETH BEATRICE CHEW, FRANCES EVANS CLARKE, LOUISE R. COCHRAN, JANE COLMERY, NAOMI Cox, EMILY JANE CRAMER, BEATRICE FLORENCE CASS, RUTH CHEDESTER COHEN, SARA GERTRUDE CUREERLEY, ELIZABETH CULIN, ELEANOR DAVIS DEMAURIAC, FRANCES DINSMORE, ANNETTE B. DOERNENBURG, ELSIE DOHERTY, FRANCES GERTRUDE DOWNWARD, VIRGINIA JOHNSON DRAKE, DOROTI-IY VVORCESTER DRAKE, LOUISE ALTHEA DUNN, VICTORIA ELLIS EICHHOLTZ, JANICE FAITH EIGEN, SARAH EMURIAN, ALICE D. ESMONDE, NIARGARET NIARY EVANS, NIARGARET KEENE Haddon Heights, N Elkins Park Philadelphia do. do. Vv'aterbury. Conn. Philadelphia do. 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Louden St. 1520 Spruce St. 6049 Ellsworth St. 2109 Spring Garden St. 4 Asbury Terrace 2052 Catharine St. l320 W. 2d St.l 1939 N. 22d St. 5012 Penn St. 6200 Germantown Ave 3437 Walnut St. 629 Cliveden Ave. I1124 Parker Ave.l 420 Locust Ave. i320 Riverview Ave.l S615 Wyalusing Ave. 2106 Ann St. l212 N, 6th St.1 U30 Runnymede Ave.l 2313 llfloore St. 4519 Pine St. 5114 Locust St. 2011 Fitzwater St. 4115 Pennsgrove St. 3150 N. 6th St, lSecanel 5035 Hazel Ave. l20 School Ave., Upper Darbyl 5026 Sansom St. The Record Book VOCATIONAL TEACHER TRAINING Name ANDERSON, MARION LILLIAN BIERMAN, KATHRYN DOROTHY BoGGs, EVA MAE BORST, BLANCI-IE ETHEL BOSWELL, DOROTHY BosWELL, EMMA BRADY, ANNA GLANZ BRADLEY, HANNA VERONICA BRADY. ELLA MILLER BRIGGS, ELMER H. CLEVELAND, MRS. ALVERTA KILLEN CONDON, MRS. GRACE REESE DALLAS CONNER, MARGUERITE COPE, ELIZABETH MYERS CRANE, MRS. LOUISE ESSLINGER CROWTHER, FLORENCE ELIZA CZARNECKI, ALEKSANDRA OLGA CRAIG, ETI-IEL SWOOPE DEGLING, HELEN MARIE DE HAVEN, EMMA C. 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