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12 lllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUillllllllllltllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIK THE STESPEAN llllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllinillill ' )l»lllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllll!lll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|lll!llllll|ll|||l, FACULTY PROF. D. M. HUMFLEET Prof. Humfleet is our Study Hall man- ager. He thinks it ' s lots of fun to make folks work. He is a good instructor in odd jobs, as well as in ' rithmetic. His greatest hobby is teaching teachers. He is field agent for the College and on the side he can insure your life for you. MABELLE HEGER Who always has a smile and a chapel announcement? Miss Heger, of course, and that isn ' t all she has either. She possesses one of the most wonderful lyric soprano voices we ever heard, and a remarkable teaching ability. She is the indispensable head of our conservatory of music. , PROF. T. V. BANCROFT That hair! Those eyes! Oh, he is simply divine! Of course French is his favorite pastime, but that is not all he is interested in; he likes all sorts of sports, tennis, and basketball, but he is very, very devoted to music; he sits by the piano in chapel entranced, with his gaze fixed upon the pianist ' s hands. MAE CARTER She is a dear, and she holds you spell- bound when she plays the piano. She is an ideal C. G. S. Sponsor; she doesn ' t have to command; very seldom does she have to request; we just want to please her. MILDRED E. MURPHY Miss Murphy is the smallest member of the Faculty; but you are not to judge her knowledge by her size. Her voice never loses its depth and her words never lose their roundness of tone, even when she is teaching the girls ' physical train- ing class. Her Expression pupils know just how far to go with her by the flash of her brown eyes. , .:.. -
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THE STESPE AN 11 inum iiniiiiniiiiii linn miiiiiiiiiii ii.iiiiuii inniiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiinimiiii ' iiiiimi miiilllllllllil 1 111111111111111 ' FACULTY PRES. E. T. FRANKLIN The busiest man you ever saw is our president. He is milk-man, shop man- ager, basketball player, rooter, citizen, civic leaguer, preacher, endowment cam- paign speaker, and college presiden t all at once. His most serious hours are spent planning a great future for Union College. DEAN G. M. RYDER Dean Ryder is our most delightful character. He can tailor coats, bind books, write hymns, teach, preach and raise pumpkins with equal skill. His poetic chapel talks are the delight of our school year and we owe our knowledge of all the world ' s great men to his class room reminiscenses. ABIGAIL E. WEEKS Miss Weeks is more than a faculty member; she is what Emerson says a friend is; she is one with whom we can be sincere. She sits with scepter in hand in Social Committee meetings and we find it hard to measure up to her social ideals (at all times). She loves the mountain boys and girls and finds de- lightful Anglo-Saxon traits of character in them. PROF. S. P. FRANKLIN He is wonderful! This expression is often heard around the campus. His sin- cerity for his work and sympathy with the students has brought him his well deserved fame. He is busy all the time; even after school hours his little daugh- ter becomes the object of psychological experiments. PROF. G. M. KLEPFER How did we ever do without him, his songs and his pep? He always meets you with a smile and is ready to give three good, rousing cheers for the Ath- letes and for any noble act of the college. Thanks to Dr. Klepfer, we now have what we have long needed, a goodly number of peppy Union College songs.
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THE STESPEAN iiiii i mi 13 FACULTY PROF. I. B. PEAVY Prof. Peavy is our handy man. He can do anything, but his hobby is telling stories in class. He is fat, but he isn ' t sensitive about his size, for after all it takes a big man to carry such a great big heart around with him. We all know him as a friend, for he hasn ' t forgotten his own college days. , GRACE RALSTON FRANKLIN She sits in the Social Committee meet- ings in regal state, but she hasn ' t for- gotten that young folks must be young folks and says a good word for us now and then. She spends part of her leisure moments in the library looking up work for her History and English classes. She is the most reserved person you ever saw, but " to know her is to love her. " PROF. G. C. HEWES Who is the most patient member of the faculty? Any student will answer, " Prof. Hewes. " " His steady brown eyes twinkle now and then and are the real keynotes to his character. He is slow of speech and slow of action, but he always manages somehow to accomplish what he sets out to do. He is so interested in his work that he spends all of his leisure moments in the chemical laboratory. BLANCHE WHITTINGTON Miss Whittington is our college " spon- sor, " and we have found her a loyal one. She is at the head of the Domestic Sci- ence Department, and a member of the Social Committee. She spends her Satur- day evenings making dainty, pretty things for her friends. She loves to cook, and to teach cooking, but iere is no fire in Union College to cook over. PROF. R. E. BURNETT He steals into your heart inch by inch with his quiet unassuming ways until you finally awake to the fact that he is in full possesion. He is a member of the " Jersey Quartet " and he crosses the campus twice a day trying to maintain an equilibrium with his two pails of milk. The worst fault we find with him is that he is faithful in the performance of his duty of checking up on chapel truants. inn .: mm iiiiiini ■ ■ " ■■■ : " " ■ "
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