Union University - Lest We Forget Yearbook (Jackson, TN)
- Class of 1929
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1929 COPYRIGHT By NANE STARNES, Editor-in-Chief W. MITCHELL BENNETT, Business Manager ST WE FORGET VOLUME XVI. J929 Published b ' Students of UNION UNIVERSITY LEST ' WE ' FORGET Nane Starnes ■ ' ' ■ Editor-in-Chief W. Mitchell Bennett ' Business Manager Associate Editors Martha Cross Mary Eli:abeth Bali. Thomas Jennings , - - . Art Eittor Class Editors Mabel Riley Edward Carr Literary Editors Mary Belle Warren Willie Mae Rogers Carol Whitson John Hurt Joe T. Odle - ' ■ - Snapshot Editor Warner Wilkes ' - Fine Arts Editor J. D. Grey - - - ■ Religious Editor Raymond Stewart - ' ' Athletic Editor Associate Business Managers Henry Jones Thomas McCorry FOREWORD In the years to come when you feel the call of your Alma Mater, if a chance perusal of these pages should recall old friends and familiar faces with a re- awakened love for our school and your classmates, we will feel that we have compiled a faithful " Lest We Forget " of campus history. DEDICATION In sincere appreciation of his true loyal- ty, his staunch friendship, and his con- stant efforts to maintain a greater Union, we, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred twenty-nine dedicate this sixteenth vol- ume of the " Lest We Forget " to Dr John Jeter Hurt Dr. John Jethh Hlri ORDER of BOOKS ® @ CAMPUS ay d ADMIHISTRATIOK CLASSES ATHLEriCS ORGANIZATIONS RELIGIOUS ACriViriES FEATURES l ' Vj LEST WE FORGET L I- _ i - 1 . 29 THE UNIVERSITY . ' iFi •4 • nfr ■■ - ■;. J.: M f ' ••• ■:- ' ■ . Sgj M -- %l Jf - Dr. Henry Eugene Waiters A.M., D.D,, LL.D. Dr Watters is very prominent throughout the South as a citizen minister, natural educator and college executive. For a number of years his name has appeared in " Who ' s Who in America " and " Who s Who in Tennessee " , which is only recognition of his un- usual ability and successful attainments. He is the author of a number of worthwhile books, a wonderful public speaker, a wise vocational counselor, an efficient manager and a natural leader. During his administration, L ' nion has experienced one of the most phenomenal growths of any School in the South. O M bAV.AGE. ,- ..M . LLD A. V, PRrSCE. A.NI Ds.n-Chmiitry C 1 A lb U D r B WILU-Wlb PhD •» -ii E. L. CARR. MA. Mathematics L. l RLTLEDC-tE, A.M It-: STUDENT ASSISTANTS Carol Whitsox Martha Cross Charles J. Deere Iambs Newsom ENGLISH N ' Iary Belle Warren Grace Simonton Mrs J, D, Grey CHEMISTRY Iack Randolph Glenn Batten PHYSICS MATHEMATICS - DEBATING HOME ECONOMICS - - ■ EDUCATION - - . - SECRETARY ' TO PRESIDENT ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN MANAGER TEA ROOM - - ALUMNI SECRETARY " - - Erank Ireland Nane Starnes ' J D. Grey Gene a Robertson Marie Gooch Ethel Reed Laura Belle Jennings Georgia Roberts ' A B Polsgroxe 1 , C IWCIllY-:z, ' STUDENT COUNCIL W W Dlnn ' Glenn Batten Mary E Ball a. b. polsgro -e OFFICERS - President ' V President Secretary Sergeant-at-A rms Mrs M W. Hardin Miss Onnte Skinner Mrs L. D Rltledge Dr E. L. Carr MEMBERS Elizabeth Sl ' E Hall Leila Da is Mrs. J. D. Grey Earl Carr Prof, Print Hudson Mary Maude Barfield losEPH Martin Edward Carr PiKic Iwfiily-lluw t STUDEHT V CTIUITI] ssociATion T. Th nBEv. President: Betty Burgess, Sccrclarv of the Student Body MEMBERS — Mary E. Ball. Rosa Borl ' si, Joe T- Oi.le. Kit Pauker. Mary Ba IEarv Dell MlLeax. Grace Simoxiox iw-Attoriicy: Charles Davis, Scr,icaul-at-A,ms : Mary Baker. Secretary ii.VTTEX, JrARGARCT DoRIOT, Dr. C. B. WiLLIAMS, DoRTHA HoCKEE, Thomas Jennings, Dean A. W. Prince Page fwfiily-foni ' :■: ' ■ ■%■ 1 .::.:.:.;.:. M %: :S iil P p -?3 n ffK £j MS] 1--: : Q |ssl B ES3 1 t.: ? ii:--.-. . LEST WE rORGET THE CLASSES XENIDm - - Arthl ' r Warren Prince, AM JACKSON. TENNESSEE For a good inanv years it has been ch: privilege ol ' the Senior class to ha e as their sponsor. Dean Prince Professor Prince is a scholar of iinusiial ability, and is highly appreciated by the entire class, Dean Prince took both his A, B, and A, M degrees at William Jewell College, and since that time has taken grad- uate work at the University of Chicago He is a member of the , merican Chemical Society and has been head ol the Science Department at Union since 1908, James Dudley Wright, A,B. jackson, tennessee major, english minor, education A, T, O,: Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Assis- tant; U. Club; Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4; Track Team, Captain 3,4, Freshman Football; Basket- ball, Track; Apollonian Literary Society; Vice- President Junior Class; President Senior Class; Student Assistant Outstanding in e ery phase of athletics, J, D has added much to Union ' s record. Disabled in one of the early football games of the 1928- ' 2 ' -T season, he still lent support and inspiration to his team mates, so that they dedicated the biggest game of the season to him and went over the top to victory. J. D. has also shown great ability in his scholastic work, especially as a Spanish As- sistant. Martha Cross, A.B. whiteville, tennessee major, english minor, mathematics .Alpha Phi Epsilon. President 4, Secretary 3; " Best ,A11 Round Girl " , 3;Hypatia, President 4; Four Square Queen 3, 4; Associate Editor Car- dinal and Cream 3; Annual Staft 3 ; Associate Editor 4; Palladian 1, 2; Euphrosynean 3, 4, Vice-President 3 Secretary 3; Student Council, Secretarv 3; Honor Council, Secretary 3; S. A. A 2, French Club, Secretary 4; Y. W. A. Presi- dent 1 ; Go erning Board, President 3; Secretary Freshma n Class; ' ice-President Junior Class; Secretary Senior Class; Debate Team 2, 3, 4; Student Debate Manager 4; B. S. U. Council. Secretary 2; Student Assistant; Booster Captain 3.4; Strickland Medal Contestant. Elements are so mixed in Martha that we stand in admiration. A brilliant student. impressi c speaker, fervent worker, true friend! Carol W ' hitson. AB, trimble, tennessee major. english minor, latin Hall-Moody Junior College, l ' ' 25- ' 2b: Union Uniscrsity ' 17- ' 2 ' : Enonian Literary Society; Hypatia Club, Secre- tary 4: Cardinal and Cream Staff. 4; Annual Staff 4; English .Assistant; Chi Omega, I f you have seen a little brown-eyed ray of sunshine dancing about over the campus, smiling and greeting e ' eryone cordially, then that is Carol, No one can be blue when she is near Her bewitching personality has won for her a host ot ardent admirers. She is an energetic, enthusiastic force in anything she undertakes. Charles Wesley Da is, Jr,, B, S. jackson, tennessee major, SCIENCE MINOR, EDUCATION ,- , T, O,; Doctor ' s Club; Nestor Club, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3.4, There ' s not another like him! Charles is admired and highly respected by both students and faculty and has made an en " iable record while in L ' nion He has made many friends and has succeeded equally as well in his scholastic record. His quiet, reserved, yet pleasing, manner is partially the cause for his social success and he has unex- celled intelligence. His future is not yet per- manently planned but there are certain features that will play a most important part in any further arrangements. Edward Carr, B,S, jackson. tennessee major. chemistry minor. mathematics Sigma .Alpha Epsilon; .Alpha Phi Epsilon; Cal- liopean I, 2. 3, 4, President 3; President Sopho- more Class; Debating Team 3, 4; Track 3. 4; Orchestra 4; Organizer of French Club. President 3 ; Nestor Club 4. Secretary 4; Student Council 4 Edward has distinguished himself in almost every acti it ' on the campus. His standing in athletics howe ' er. is excelled by his literar ' standing. He has a cool reflecti ' e mind and with deliberation he faces e ' ery problem Such thinkers as he will find a big place in an lino. Almus B Polsgroxe. A.B, : tupelo, mississippi MAJOR. ENGLISH MINOR. HISTORY GREEK .Alpha Tau Omega, J R. Graves Society; Nestor Club; Editor-in-Chief of Cardinal and Cream 3, 4; President August Senior Class; Appolonian Literary Society. President 3. 4; Alumni Secretary; Dramatic Club; Office Assistant; Publicity Director; Adams Hall Governing Board, President 3 ; Student Council, 4; B. S. U. Council 3. Mr. Polsgrove is one of Union ' s most outstanding young ministers. His keen intellect and his e.xtraordinary ability make him capable of filling well any position he may occupy. He is a prominent figure in all school activities. Ruth Nunn, B.S. halls, tennessee major, education minor, latin A. A. William Woods College, Missouri, 1, 2, Chi Omega, Hypatia, Cardinal and Cream Staff, Enonian Literary Society, Y, W. A. Latin .Assis- tant, ' 17-18, Girls Gym. Instructor, ' 27- ' 28. Sunny smile, winsome ways and few words, that s Ruth. Her friends on the campus are numerous and she ' s their friend to the end. At William Woods ' she made a place for herself as a star athlete and in Union showed her brilliance by instructing beginners in Latin. She is lovable and lovely, a good student in every type of course, and her dignity added prestige to the Senior class among the entire student body. Mabel Riley, A.B. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, LATIN Palladian Literary Society 1,2; Euphrosynean Society 3, 4, President 4; Y. W. A. 1,2, 3, 4, President 2; Student Activity Association, 2, 3; Honor Council 3; B. S. U. Council 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, Secretary 4; Secretary Junior Class: President Governing Board, 4; Cardinal and Cream Stalf, 4; Annual Staff, 4; Hypatia Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Strickland Contestant. Dependability is one of the major virtues and is only one of the many Mabel possesses. Her superior ability as a student and executi e is outstanding. In religious activities she has always been a leader and her friendly smile and willingness to help where needed ha ' e endeared her to all Union. Mary Elizabeth Ball, A.B, lexington ' , tennessee major, modern language minor, education Chi Omega, President 2. 3, 4; Alpha Phi Epsilon; S- A. E. Queen 4; Minerxa Club: " Best -all-around Girl " 4; Hypatia, Vice-President 4: Editor Cardinal and Cream 3; Associate Editor annual 4. Y. V. A. 3. 4; Panhellenic Council 4: S. A. A. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President Student Body 4 " . Student Council 3, 4; Secretary 4; Doctor ' s Queen 2; President Booster Club 4; Senior Play; Debating Team 3, 4. Mary Elizabeth has lead in every phase of college activity. Her popularity is expressed by the many honors that have been conferred upon her. Mitchell Bennett, A.B. HL ' MBOLDT. TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Four Square Club, President 4; Dramatic Club; Shakespearian Play 2; Senior Play; Editor of Junior Class Edition of Cardinal and Cream; G. M. S. Literary Society; Business Manager " Lest- Ve-Forget " , 4. Friend to ever ' one. foe to none, might be said of him. He greets everyone with a smile and a word, nev er is he ill-humored or disagreeable. Excellent in dramatic art he made an exceptional " Bottom " in Mid-Summer Nights Dream. Whatever he does, he does " with a will. " Robert M. Argo, B.S. milan, tennessee major, english minor, education Bethel College 1925- ' 26, Cheer Leader; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Representative to National Con- ention, 4; Art EditorLss r We Forget, 3 ; Apol- lonian Literary Society. Trusted by his associates he was honored by being made delegate to the National S. A. E. Con en- tion in Miami, and thru his ability as a singer caused him to be chosen to lead the music. Not only does he sing beautifully, but he is quite an artist and his drawings and illustrations are unusual in subject and technique. MINOR, MATHEMATICS Charles Joseph Deere. B,S. warrens bllt-e. tennessee major, science Foursquare 2,3,4, President 3 , Calliopean 2, 3,4, Football 3,4, , dams Hall Goxerning Board, 3,4: Class Basket- ball Team 2.3,4. Survey ,Assistant 2: Chemistry .Assistant 3, 4, Student Council 3 ; Doctors Club 2, 3, 4, Preisdent 3; Track Team 3; Nestor Club 4, Vice-President; Baseball 2. There ' s just enough peculiarity and unusualness about Charles to make him a most interesting character He is ' ery capable as a leader in social as well as scholastic activities but never becomes affected by any honors that are bestowed on him Mary Maud Barfield, B.S. jackson. tennessee major, home economics minor, english Hypatia, Secretary 3; Chi Omega; Tri " V ' Club, President 4; Enonian Literary .Society. President 3. 4; Annual 3; Cardinal and Cream Staff 3; Student Activity Association; Football Queen, ' lb- 27: Howler ' s Club; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Home Economic plays 2. 4 Versatile, friendly, a regular Home Economics girl is Mary Maud. .As an actress in local plays she is unexcelled and always does her best at anything she attempts. In her Sophomore year she was queen of the Bulldog eleven, with which she has always been ery popular. Geneva Robertson. B S. maury city. tennessee major. home economics minor. latin Palladian Literary Society 1. 2. 3. 4. President. 4. Y. W- .A.; Vice-President Governing Board, 1 : Winner of Karry Karnes Barrv Medal, 3 , Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; V. V. V. Club 3. 4; Home Economics Assistant. 4; " Miss Home Economics " 4; Hypatia Club; Director of Senior Play, With such a lo able disposition as Gene a has, it is no wonder that she has made such a host of friends while in Union. She has made an envia- ble record in both scholastic and extra-curricula activities. She ' s an ideal " Miss Home Econom- H -3«»l. MINOR, EDUCATION Dick Stewart, A B. LEXINGTON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH A, T. O, President ' ZS-Zq; Football. D- Z- ' Z.S, captain 78, Baseball 2o, captain 77, Basketball, 7b-77-78; G. M. S. Booster captain. As star center of Unions Varsity Basketball squad and captain ol the Football team, Dick has made a place for himself that no one else can fill. Dick does not ha e much to say to the public in general, but his utterances when they do occur are worth recording. His peculiarities are quite unique and not eas " to imitate. Georgia Roberts, B.S. henderson. tennessee ma.ior, home economics minor, english Freed-Hardeman College; Union Universit " ; Home Economics Club. Vice-President; Tri-V. Club; French Club; Euphrosynean Society; Manager of Blue Grotto Tea Room- Miss Roberts is one of Union ' s finest seniors and is one of the most worthy girls who has e er graduated Her fine democratic spirit, her sense of loyalty, her untiring efforts in Unions behall, and her ability as a student have made her the friend of both students and facult ' members. As a Home Ec. girl she is superb! Mar ' Belle Warren, A,B. fulton, kentucky ' ma.ior, english minor, french Palladian Literary Society 1, 2; Euphrosynean Society 3, 4. Vice-President 3. 4; French Club; Hypatia Club; B. S. U. Council 2. 3. Secretary 3; Cardinal and Cream Staff. 3. 4; .Annual Staff 3, 4 Student Assistant, 4; Class Basketball 3; Y, W, A.. President 3, Vice-President 2; Honor Council 3 ; " LI " Club Minstrel 4; Senior Play 4 Booster Captain 2, -A combination of intelligence, friendliness, and rare ability well describes Mary Belle, She has accomplished much in scholastic acti i- ties and has been rather widely known as a soloist. Her record is seldom surpassed - I s l Leila Davis, B.S. __ -Z- -, MERCER, TENNESSEE ' MAJOR, HOME ECONOMICS MINOR, SCIENCE Chi Omega, " Miss " Minerva: Hypatia: Tri " V " Club; Home Economics Club; Euphrosynean Society. President 4; Y. W. A. Howlers; Girls Basketball, " U " 3; Class Basketball 4; Senior play; " U " Club minstrel 3, 4. .An all round, ever ready student. Leila has contributed greatly with time and personality to every activity she has entered. A good athlete ; she helped make one of the most successful girls basketball teams Union has ever put out. As a student of expression Leila is a credit to the Dramatic Department. Edward M. Skinner, A B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, EDUCATION MINOR. ENGLISH A. A. Degree Hall-Moody Junior College, ' 26. Attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary ' 27. entered L ' nion 1 27; Calliopean 3. 4. President 3; French Club 3, 4; A. P. E. 4; Director of chapel music 3, 4; Tennis Team 3; " U " Club Minstrel 4. The students at Linion think of Ed. Miller in terms of chapel singing. His broad smile, and brisk swing would get music out of anyone. He not only sings, but his violin and piano playing also bring great applause. Mr. Skinner is a good student, a religious leader, as well as a great friend. D. Thomas Jennings, A.B. PARSONS, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Bethel College 1 25-75; E. and K. Literary Society; Log Cabin Staff: Union University l ' 527- ' 28- ' 29; Calliopean Literary Society. Presi- dent. 4, Lest We Forget Staff, 2. 3. 4; Cardinal and Cream Staff, 4; Nestor Club; Associate Member Dramatic Club. Thomas is a man of few words but evidences of his presence are apparent on all sides, because one can hardU ' cast his eyes in any direction without beholding a clever cartoon or a master- piece of art. the work of his ingenious hand. He has that artistic touch in every phase of life. - " _ Bessie Farmer, B.S. jackson, tennessee major, home economics minor, english Football queen, 1927- ' 28; Euphrosynean Society, charter member: Registrar ' 2o- ' 27; Home Ec. Club; Senior Home Ec. Club, Vice-President. ' 28; Howler ' s Club; Y. W. A.; Crook Hall Governing Board. Bessie liked Union so much that she also took her High School in the old academy here. As a reward she was given the place as registrar and this office she filled admirably. As a student she was popular with all and in 1927- ' 28 was elected football queen, a rare honor indeed. J. D. Grey, A.B. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY MAJOR, GREEK MINOR, ENGLISH A. T. O.: .Mpha Phi Epsilon; C. L. S. President 2; B. S. U. President 2; J. R. G., President 3; Student Council 2, 3; Governing Board 2; President Sophomore Class; Nestor Club 3. 4; Winner lnter-Societ ' Oratorical Contest 3. 4; S. A. .A. President 4; President Student Body 4, Winner Best Debater ' s Medal in C. L. S. 2; President Booster Club 3 ; President Debate Council 3; .Annual Staff 4; Faculty .Assistant 4; Associate Debate Coach 4, Strickland Contestant . Union has ne ' er gi en a degree to a more capa- ble, more loyal, or efficient student. J. D. has made a record that few equal and none surpass. Nane Starnes, A.B. ASHE TLLE, N. C. MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, BIBLE .A. P. E. President 3; Four Square; Calliopean 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; B. S. U. Council 1, 2. 3, President 2 ; Vice-President Student Council 3 ; Winner A. V. Patton Medal 2; Adams Hall Governing Board 3; Booster Club Captain 3; Nestor Club 4; Debating Team 2. 3,4; President Debate Council 4; President Tennessee Baptist St udent Con ention 4; Associate Editor Annual 3; Editor-in-Chief " Lest We Forget " . 4; Senior Play; Student Assistant 4; " Best-AIl- Around-Man. " 4. Never has a more respected or admired Senior donned a cap and gown. Union may justly boast for ha ing conferred a degree on Nane. Frank Ireland. B.S. ■ - = bardwell, kentucky major, chemistry minor, physics Nestor Club, President 4; Ciilliopean Literary Society 4; Class Basketball Team 2, 3.4, Physics Labratory .Assis- tant 2, 3, 4. Frank is a leader in scholastic standing in almost every class. His grades range among the foremost for the entire four years. Due to modesty he is only well known by a select group who take pride in his friendship. The school will have a well informed science teacher that gets Frank Ireland, and some girl a steady husband — if one be so fortunate as to get him GOLDYNE DrUMWRIGHT. A B. HENNING, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, FRENCH Euphrosynean Society 3, 4. Secretary 4, Vice- President 3, Governing Board 1, Secretary 1; Howler 3. 4, Y. W. A., 4; B. S. U. Council, 4, Hypatia Club 4. Football Maid, 4. Senior Play That trace of a smile that is synomonous with Goldyne is appreciated by all who know her. Her calm, gentle personality is a silent force in every situation. Her droll conversation is es- pecially attractive, and this in addition to her looks has made her magnetic especially to certain young men. Nor does she lack in scholastic ability. Mary Pinkerton, A.B. eaton, tennessee major, english minor, education Enonian Literary Society. Y. W. .A Treasurer 3: Circle C ' hairman 4; Dramatic Club; Dramatic Club play 3; Howler. Bethel College, ' 25- ' 27. won two awards for Dramatic Art. Very proficient in dramatic art, Mary has won many awards in that line, among them a medal and a watch. She has added to entertainments and social activities on the campus through this talent. In religious activities she has been faithful and conscientious. In scholastic rank she has proved herself an exceptional student. Laura Belle Jennings. A B. WATERTOWN, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, HISTORY Y. W. A. 1, 2. 3, 4. President 2: Enonian Literary Society 1.2, 3. 4, President: Student Council; Secretary of B. S. U. Council 2; Library Assistant- Miss Jennings is a very efficient worker in both literary and religious acti ities on the campus. She is also a very earnest and diligent student, having made an en iable scholastic record during her entire four years Miss Jen- nings is not only a diligent student, but also a faithful scr ' ant ol the entire student body in her position as Assis- tant Librarian. Walter R. Fisher, B,S. daytona beach, florida major, education minor, english Woodstock College. Ontario, Canada; J oneshoro College, Jonesboro, Arkansas; S, A, E.; J. R. Graves Society; C. L. S. 3, 4, President 4. Student .Activity .Association; Life Service Band; Manager l. ' nion University Band, 4; Track, 3,4; Assistant teacher, 4; Football Team 4. Fisher ' s stay on Union ' s campus has proven that under that red hair of his there lies an enormous amount of gray matter. He has made good records in both literary and torensic activities He is also one of Union ' s best athletes. He was a bulwark of strength behind the line in every fray. JACK Sims, A.B. MILAN, TENNESSEE MAJOR, BIOLOGY MINOR, ENGLISH A. T O . Nestor Club, President ' 28; President Junior Class; Annual Staff. ' 27-28; Cardinal and Cream Staff ' 2t)- ' 27- ' 28; Student Council ' 28; Captain Booster Club; Growler President ' 28; " U " Club; Captain Freshman Baseball Team; Varsity Baseball; Football. .A grin and a smile for everyone but he is a man of few words. A prominent figure in student activities and on the campus, e ' eryone knows him and to know him is to like him. But best of all. he is also a good student and always a Union booster . .».,--.» « ..yjgxfr.- - j:ff , . j . _,»- ,, , , ,, , yiii I ' mSj ummTralTSwiaittiiii Mary Dodds, A.B. ' T — SELMER, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR. EDUCATION Mississippi Synodical College " 2b; Palladian Literary Society; Secretary " 2 ; Y. W. A. Secretary ' 29. Quiet and most unobtrusive is Mary. Her belief is that actions speak louder than words and this motto she keeps conscientiously. Her influence among the girls in the dormitories and societies has been of the best and far reaching. As a student she is diligent and applies herself well. As a member of various organirations on the hill she is loyal and dependable and is always there with her part. J. D. Worrell, Jr., A.B. BELLS, TENNESSEE MAJOR, MATHEMATICS MINOR, EDUCATION Track Team 3,4; Nestor Club 4, Vice-President ; Assistant in Mathematics 3, 4; Assistant in History; Editor of Senior Edition Cardinal and Cream. I . D. has made a record in Union that none have surpassed. He is one of the most brilliant and well learned students that has ever attended Union and his studiousness is recognized by both faculty and students. He has made a wonderful record in track, proving his ability in athletics and showing that his successful work is not all confined to literary phases. Malcolm A. ' ounger, A.B. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION .Appolonian Literary S ociety; J. R. Graves 1, 2, 3.4, .Adams Hall Governing Board; Basketball ■27- ' 28- ' 2q; Manager Book Store S- Q; Student Activity Association; Religious Council ' 26-27; Booster Captain ' 28- ' 2 ' 5: ln itation Committee Senior Class. Mr. Younger is well known in the religious activi- ties on the campus and throughout West Ten- nessee. Recently he was instrumental in per- fecting the organization of a church near Jackson, of which he is now pastor. For the past year Mr. Younger has very successfully managed the University Book Store. ' X— ,; VT- 7, 7- - Jewell Bradford, B.S. KENTON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, HOME ECONOMICS MINOR, SCIENCE Palladian Literary Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Secretary 2; Basketball 2; Class Basketball Team 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4; V. V. V. Club, 4; Doctors ' Club, 4; She is a " jewel " indeed! She it is who prepares our sandwiches at the Tea Room; she it is who is a friend and is befriended by all who know her; she it is who is a cheerful, faithful, worker wherever she may be placed. She is sure to scatter sunshine and make friends wherever she may go. Kit Parker, A.B. bradford, tennessee major, education minor, history .Alpha Phi Epsilon 3,4: Intercollegiate Debater 1. 3, 4; Student Activity Association 4: G. M. Savage Literary Society 1, 3, President 3; .Apollonian Literary Society 4. Since coming to Union Mr. Parker has not only been a good student, but has distinguished him- self in forensic speaking and oratory. Beginning as a Freshman he has held a place on the debating team each year. The literary societies have been spurred to more active service by his constant determination. He will be a credit to his pro- fession as a teacher, and will sway juries in some future time. Willie A. Brown, A.B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, SPANISH Bethel College I ' 525- ' 2b; Philomathean Literary Society. Entered Union University IWb; Calli- opean 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Nestor Club 4. The commonness of Willie ' s name is not at all indicative of the kind of fellow he is. for he is indeed very uncommon and extraordinary. Willie came to us from Bethel College along with some other fine students, and continualK leads in his grades. He may also be sighted for faithful- ness and he will always be numbered with those that you can count on. RuBYE Marion Ashley, AB. BLYTHEVILLE. ARKANSAS MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, FRENCH Mississippi State Teacher ' s College ' 23: Y. W C. A,; Sherwood Bonner Literary Society; Southeast Missouri State Teacher ' s College. ' 25-27; President Literary Society; English Club; Y. V. C- A-; inter-Society Basketball; " Other States " Club Union University ' 28- ' 29; Vice-President Y. W. A,; Vice-President Palladian Literary Society; French Club; B. S. U. Council; Karry Karnes Barry Contestant. Miss Ashlev s charming personality has brought her manv friends who will long rcmeaiber hei kindnesses. She is a sincere Christian and an enthusiastic worker in whatever she does. Russell Koonce, B.S. ripley. tennessee major, science minor, education G. M- Sa -age Literary Societv; Football. 1, 2. 4; Member of .Adams Hall Governing Board; Basketball, 1, 2. 4. A star, not only in football and basketball, but in scholastic activities as well. Russell s scien- tific mind can probe into, and understand thor- oughly almost any chemical or biological hy- pothesis. Having already taken some time out for teaching, he is now well prepared to enter the teaching profession with his characteristic determination and win. And what is more he has the decided advantage of being a married man. D. Otho McNeely, A.B. MAJOR. EDUCATION MINOR, ENGLISH A. A. Degree trom Hall-Moody Junior College 1 ' 324. Came to Union University in 1 27; .Aggie Club 3. 4. Secretary 3; Assistant in .-Agri- culture 4. Mr. McNeely is another of those students who came to Union after having taught several years, and what is more after having become the hus- band of a proud wile. He had already won for himself quite a reputation as a teacher, leading citizen, and community builder. .At Union he has a large group ol friends who greatly admire and respect him. jl JH MINOR, SCIENCE MATH. Vera Poe Routon, A.B. paris, tennessee major, foreign language Special work at West Tennessee Teacher ' s College, and Peabody College. Bookkeeper at Union ' 21- " 24; Book- keeper and Bursar. ' 21-24; Bookkeeper and Bursar. ' 24-27, Instructor in Spanish ' 27- ' 2 ' 5: Palladian Literary Society 2, 3, 4. Miss Routon came to Union as Bookkeeper alter teaching se ' eral years, and rapidly rose until she was both Bursar and teacher of Spanish. Few students enter their tasks with the earnestness and determination that is portrayed in her. .At the Bursar ' s desk, in the teacher ' s chair, and as a student she demonstrated ability and alertness. Harry V. Snow, B.S PIGGOTT, ARKANSAS MAJOR, BIOLOGY MINOR, ENGLISH G, M. Savage Literary Society; Doctor ' s Club, President 3, Treasurer 4; Labratory , ' ssistant Physics; Labratory Assistant in Biology, There is none other among us who is more tilled with philosophy and genuine conversational ability. Somewhat handicapped by a slight tie in his tongue and a German accent, yet Harry ne er lacks for words and is a most interesting character. His knowledge of science is displayed in the posi- tion he holds as assistant in the biology depart- ment. E, O, Hurley. B,S. PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE MAJOR, SCIENCE MINOR, HISTORY .Attended University in Germany 12 weeks, 1919, West Tennessee Teacher ' s College, 22, President of Madison Countv Teacher ' s Asso- ciation, 1927- ' 28, Being in the third division of the United States ,Army during the Great War Mr, Hurley went overseas. He took college work in the govern- ment schools while on this side and while abroad studied in a German University. He has taught many years, having been principal at Oakfield, This year he has been a faithful and loyal member of the Class. Julia Bruce. A.B. martin, tennessee major, english minor, education Hall-Moody Junior College, l ' 525- ' 27. Union University, l ' 527- ' 29; Enonian Literary Society; Y. V. A. One of Miss Bruce ' s outstanding characteristics is her willingness to perform any task which she is assigned. She is an enthusiastic worker in religious and literary activities. During her stay on Union ' s campus she has made for herself many friends who will remember her as a loyal, earnest student and fellow-classmate, and will expect to hear of her success in whatever vocation she enters. Elizabeth Etheridge, A.B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, MODERN LANGUAGES Graduate of Jackson High School, Class of ' 26; Enonian Literary Society; Student .Assistant in Spanish. Although Miss Etheridge is small in stature she is far from being small in intellectual ability. Her scholastic record has been one which few can surpass. Her pleasant smile and happy disposition have won for her many true friends who will not soon forget her. Her frankness in expressing well thought ideas make her an interesting pupil in every class. She is greatly respected. A. M. Overton, A.B. BALDWYN, MISSISSIPPI MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Graduate Hall-Moody Junior College ' 25; J. N. Hall Society 1. 2; Debating Team I; Student Assistant in Mathematics; President Student Evangelistic Organization I, 2. Entered Union ' 27; C. L. S. 4; Life Service Band 3, 4. President 3; J. R. Graves Society 3,4; President 3 ; B. S. U. President 4; Debating Team 3; J. W. Porter Award 3 ; Strickland Contestant. Mr. 0 ' erton is considered one of the most scholarly stuaents to have been at Union in recent years. He is greatly admired and re- spected by all who know him. He is a deep thinker, an eloquent writer, and a profound expositor. ' " --,- :-:.:- Roberta Olin ' er, A.B. ' ' ' ' greenfield, tennessee major, english minor, education and french Hall-Moody Junior College; Union University, Palladian Literary Society. 3, 4, Secretary 4 Member of Govern- ing Board 3; Y. V, A. ■ ' Speaking of studiousness. Roberta is the personification of that term. Sometimes we even wonder if her brain will not be filled with so much knowledge that she will have to stop for a while and give it time to develop some extra crinkles. But she is not only studious, she is a friend to all students alike, and a loyal member of her class and other organirations. Samuel Relda Woodson. A.B. MALESUS, TENNESSEE major, GREEK MINOR, BIBLE J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry, Vice- President Spring 1928, President Winter 1929; B. S. U. Winter Term 1929. The religious work at Union has been greatly improved since S. R. Woodson ' s advent into our midst. There has never been a more earnest or devoted Christian worker on the campus and the result of his labors will live long after he has recei ' ed his degree. He is very studious and has proved to be a leader in scholastic records. He has made numerous friends while at L ' nion. Thomas Clarence Crawford, B.S. ripley, mississippi major, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Member G. M. S. Literary Society; Member .Adams Hall Go erning Board 3, 4 Nestor Club 3.4. Clarence has shown quite an unusual ability in all his literary work, taking an active part in all society work and similar activities. He is very efficient as an English student, and is quite capable as a writer of short stories and news articles. He has numerous friends in Union and has proved to be a very loyal worker in all his class work and also outside activities. W C evil. A.B. ■.:-- - -y- ---- - JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, BIBLE MINOR, GREEK JR. Graves Society of Religious !n,;iLiiry 1 , 2. 3, 4, President 3; G M Savage Literary Society 1.2, President 2; Religious Gouncil 2; Adams Hall Governing Board 2; Delegate to Baptist Student Con ention 2. Mr. Nexil IS one of the most consecrated students that has ever attended Union. He is a student that you must know to really appreciate, and the better you know him the more you can admire him. He has held some of the best pastorates in nearby churches, and few know their profession as he knows his. Maudine Collier Daniel, A.B JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, EDUCATION MINOR, ENGLISH A. A. Degree from Hall-Moody Junior College. University of Tennessee, Union Uni ersity ' 2 ' . Mrs Daniel is well known in religious circles throughout Tennessee. Her husband is the Baptist Sunday School Field Worker for West Tennessee, and Mrs Daniel was herselt formerly Intermediate Leader for the State Board. Though Mrs. Daniel has only been at Union for this one ear she is a leader in her classes, and is highly respected by those who ha e learned to know her. Her inlluence will be greatly felt wherever she goes. LUCILE Da TS, A.B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, FRENCH Palladian Literar ' Societ ' ; French cltib; French Assistant 1 529. French students e.Kpect LuciUe ' s bright smile to greet them when they enter Dr. Sa ' age s room and they depend on her to see that their " Oui Monsieurs " are recorded She has been a loyal and inspirational supporter of the French Club and a faithful attendant of the Palladian Literary Societv. She is a conscientious student and er ' dependable Her disposition is of the sweetest and she is ne ' cr known to be cross. ff IP ' T_ :-_-- " " ■ . Louise Bumpus, A.B JACKSON, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, FRENCH Enonian Literary Societw Diligent and studious is Louise with no time tor foolishness. Her heart is in her studies and home and on no ac- i a French student she has shown rare ability and in English has applied her- count can she be called fri ' olous. sell to the best advantage. In other lines too she is dependable, especially as a loyal member and regular attendant of the Enonian Literary Society. As a local student she is very popular both on the campus and in Jackson. Thomas Charles Ury. A B. JONESBORO, ILLINOIS MAJOR. ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Attended school at Ewing College at Ewing. Illinois; Phthagarean Literary Society Later at- tended Southern Illinois Teachers College at Carbondale, Illinois. Entered Lnion in 1 27 and became member of J . R. Graves Society of Relig- ious Inquiry ol which he was later president. He was also a member of the Life Ser ice Band. L nion has known few young pastors as conse- crated and earnest as T. C. Lr ' He is a ler ent pastor, and Ii es a life that is in accord with his preaching. Virtus L. Buzbee, A B. BUNCOMBE. ILLINOIS MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, EDUCATION Special work in Ewing College. Illinois. President ol Ministerial Association; Member of Literary Societv. L ' nion University ■2b- ' 2 ' 5, J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry, Vice-President 3. Secretary 4; Calliopean Literary Society. Presi- dent 3; Life Service Band. Vice-President 3; B. S. U. Council 3; S A A. 4. II you once see the sincere smile and look of triendliness in Virtus Buzbee you can ne er Ibr- get him. He came to Union for his last two years work and made a great success in every thing he undertook. Grace Simonton, A.B. - - i -rz: ]; -- - " BRIGHTON, TENNESSEE - - ' MAJOR, LANGUAGES MINOR, ENGLISH AND EDUCATION Tennessee Collese. Secretary of Ruskin Society, Debater ' s Council. Student Coiin;iL Union University; Treas. Y. W. A, ' 27; President Go ' erning Board ' 27; Bible Assistant ' 28; Palladian President ' 28-29; Student Assis- tant ' 28- ' 29.S. A. A. ' 29. Surely a more studious student has never donned cap and gown as a graduate of Union than Grace. .And. by the way, she certainly has the right name because she accomplishes every task which she is assigned with a " grace " and earnestness eciualled by few and surpassed by none. May her future be as successful as her past. B. B. MuRPHEY, A.B. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR, MATHEMATICS Member of Calliopean Literary Society. 1. 2, Vice-President 2 ; Baptist Student Union Council, 4; J. R. Graves Society 1, 2. 3, 4, President 4. Mr. Murphy left a good position with a determi- nation to get an education though handicapped greatly. ' That determination has been his key- note from the time he entered until now. Through persistent work he has mastered every study, won for himself a reputation for faithfulness and has made a successful pastor to nearby churches. His rapid movements, friendliness, quick smile, and congeniality will attract attention in any gathering. Bernice Crutchfield, B.S. trenton, tennessee major, chemistry minor, education Hall-Moody 1924-25; Pharmacist ' s Mate School 1926; East Tennessee State Teacher ' s College 1 927-28, Cheer Leader ; Smoky Mountain Science Club. President; Masonic Club. President; Pes- talozzian Literary Society ; Union University ' 29, In the one year that Crutchfield has been at Union he has achieved an enviable popularity- He is strikingly popular with the Freshmen of .Adams Hall. He has been especially active in the social phases of our school life. However, the science department, has also found the capability of this chemist with so great a future. Ml il - - t; - ;_- _ J. B. Barr, B.S. ■ " DYER, TENNESSEE MAJOR, EDUCATION MINOR, ENGLISH Special work in Hall-Moodv Junior College. Associate of Arts Degree. Won Scholarship medal in Hall-Moodv in 1923. Mr. Barr entered Union in the fallof ' 28 witha ' ery successful record in educational work as a basis for his graduate work. His work at Hall-Moody Junior College was very successful and he won many honors while attending school there. He successfully completed nine years of work before making his advent into Union and has made an en- viable record since his entrance. Mildred Lawton, B.S. OSCEOLA, MISSOURI major, HOME economics MINOR, science Southwest Baptist College. 1924-75. Baylor College, 192b. Historical Phila. Three . rts Club at Baylor. Union University ' 29; Home Econom- ics Club; Tri ' V Club; Enonian Literary Society. With a northwest brogue that has attracted all the students to her Mildred has endeared herself to Union. In her one year here she has shown her unusual ability and as an officer of organiza- tions she never fails in her duty. In the dormi- tory she has shown her disposition to be sweet and calm. Vivian Lawton, V.S. osceola, missouri major, biology minor, history Southwest Baptist College, 1926-27, William Jewell College, 1928. J. P. Fruit Dramatic Club of William Jewell, Graduate of E.xpression from S. B. C. Union University ' 28; Enonian Liter- ary Society and U. U. Orchestra. In local circles and afar Vi ian has shown her excellence in dramatic art and as a cello .Artist, a rather unusual feature at Union, and this has added greatly to the orchestra this year. Neat and graceful she has become a familiar and lo a- ble figure on the campus. VlN ' lAN MaIO, A.B, - PARAGOL ' LD, ARKANSAS MAJOR, EDUCATION MINOR, ENGLISH Y. W. A.. Life Service Band. B S. L ' . Council; Palladian Literary Society; Assistant Bursar. Minute in sire but gigantic rn ability to keep i ' lnancial alTairs around tine Union running right, Vivian led a bus life on the campus. Most outstanding in religious activities she did her best to take her share of the responsibility in the various organizations. Not only was she active in those on the campus, but equally as conscientious in helping in various churches of the city when needed. Paul N4. Baisch. A.B. SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE MAJOR, ENGLISH MINOR. BIBLE J- R. Graves Society of Religious lnc[uir ' Corresp Sect. 2; Service Band, Vice-President 4; C alliopean Literary Society, Historian 4. Cum- berland University ' 17-2 Y. M. C. A. Amag- anason Society; Executive Board of Y. M. C. A. Union has been improved in many phases because of Paul ' s choice to receive his degree from this institution. He has proved to be a very interesting character and a student of great ability. His interest in literary society work and religious acti ' ities have added much to his field of work. L. B. Cobb, A.B. CROCKETT MILLS, TENNESSEE MAJOR, BIBLE MINOR, EDUCATION J R Gra es Society. 1 . 2. 3. President 3 ; Callio- pean Literary Society I. 2. 3, President 3; Vice- President Freshman Class, Tenor member of University Quartet I. 2. Mr. Cobb entered the ministry soon after coming to Union and has held several of the best nearby pastorates He was a prominent figure in both the literary and religious activities. The student body will not soon forget his talented leading of the chapel singing. More fortunate than most students he took unto himself a wife while here, and leaves doubly able to perform his pastoral duties. MINOR, MATHEMATICS - -. . : LoRA Margaret Da ' , A B. " " • ■ ' " ' ' jackson, tennessee major, science Special work at the University of Tennessee at Kno.w ille, at West Tennessee State Teacher ' s College at Memphis. N ' liss Da y has for a number of years been a teacher, however, not satislied to be an ordinary teacher she has con- tinually striven for her college degree. Between school sessions she has taken summer school courses and a large part of the time she has taken Saturday work while teaching. .Such zeal has won lor her a distinguished place among her profession. A E. Smith, B.S BOLUAR, TENNESSEE M.AJOR. science minor, MATHEMATICS Member .Appolonian Literary Society. Mr. Smith is teacher and coach at Finger. Icn- nessee, and has taught in a great number ol schools in West Tennessee The first part of his college work was done here during regular ses- sion. At that time he took a great part in student activities including athletics Since then he has taken summer and Saturday courses and thereby has successfully completed his work. Wherever he goes a better spirit is created for Union. Qltnnie Armour, A.B. middleton, tennessee major, education minor, science Mr. .Armour is one of the true sons of Union who to his credit possesses a kind and magnetic per- sonality. Yet. in spite of his many handicaps, he was able to plow the angry waves of fate in the stormy hours of discouragement because of his ability to make and hold friends. In the different activities which he participated he has always proved a loyal member. His cool head and shrewd judgment are an asset to all that were flattered by his company. Mrs. Frank L. Johnson, A.B. jackson, tennessee MAJOR. EDUCATION MINOR, HISTORY College work at Methodist Conference Female Institute and also West Tennessee Teachers College. Sigma Alpha Mu. Literary Society at West Tennessee Teachers College. Special work at L ' nion University. For the last few years Mrs. Johnson has been teaching in Madison County Schools, and has been unusualh suc- cessful in this field of work. She was first assistant principal of Pinson High School but later was elected principal of Madison Hall School which position she is filling at the present time. Fletcher S. Stokes, B.S. elbridge, tennessee major, science minor, education Mr. Stokes entered Union on June 1, 1 ' 323 but was not permitted to continue for the regular four years of college work. He attended only the summer sessions and in the meantime has taught si.x full time schools, making unusual success in his work at each place. At the present time Mr. Stokes is principal of Cloverdale High School. Elbridge. Tennessee, and this school has made notable progress during his principalship Only one of unusual ability could accomplish so much work in such limited H. E. Smith, A.B. HORNBEAK, TENNESSEE MAJOR, EDUCATION MINOR, ENGLISH Special work at the University of Tennessee, and at Peabody College for Teachers. Mr. Smith has had much experience as a teacher and high school superintendent in West Ten- nessee. He was at Dyer High School for seven years, at Ridgely High School five years, and has now been principal at Hornbeak High School for three years. Wherever he goes he is a loyal and enthusiastic supporter ot Union, having sent many of his graduates here. Kfay Union graduate many like him. LLO ' l ' D HELLEN, President Friendship, Tennessee LENA URY, Vice-President Jackson, Tennessee MARION NUCKOLLS. Secretary TooNE, Tennessee jOE T, ODLE West [-rankfort. III. W ILL IE MAE ROGERS Jackson, Tennessee MARGARET DORIOT Owensboro, Kentlckv MAR " BAKER Iackson. Tennessee HENR ' DALTON Corinth. Mississippi ■„;„• f,ll} WARNER WILKES Rltherford. Tennessee RUTH ELIZABETH HALL Fulton, Kentlcky JOHNNY E SUE JEXMXGS Parsons. Tennessee jOHX HURT Jackson, Tennessee RUB ' PAT TON " Troy, Tennessee HILLMAN WILLIS Marion, Arkansas LOUISE W ILSON Denmark, Tennessee MAE WILLIAMS Friendship, Tennessee LOTT ' E MAE PACK Bellepoint, W. ' a. Payc fitly- CECIL BROWN Jackson, Tennessee MAR ' ELLEN TAYLOR Shawnee, Oklahoma FA ' PATTON Troy, Tennessee ELDON CARTER Alamo, Tennessee MAY C, NASH Memphis, Tennessee MARTHA BASFORD v ' ' Jackson. Tennessee PAUL HIGLE ' Walker, Missouri E. G. SNIDER Jackson, Tennessee KA THR N HOPPER JACKSON, Tennessee P.iyr fij -iw H. F. BAKER Jackson, Tennessee ETHEL REED Jackson, Tennessee NANCY WELCH Friendship, Tennessee INMAN DAVIDSON Trenton, Tennessee LILLIOUS DAVIDSON Medina, Tennessee WAYMAN BLiRKS Dyersblrg, Tennessee ELTA DORR IS Bolivar, Tennessee EARL CARR Jackson, Tennessee ADDEAN RAY Rien3i, Mississippi S i Page fifty-lhrc C H PARRISH Covington, Tennessee SLl.A B GREER I- RiENDSHip. Tennessee RL ' TH HARDIX MicHiE, Tennessee RA ' .MOND STEWART PoNCA City. Oklahoma LELA HALTON Henderson. Tennessee E. G, STEPHENSON Jackson. Tennessee ALLENE CARR Martin. Tennessee WILL IE MURPm- Blena ' ista. Tennessee REN A MITCHELL M.ALESLS. Tennessee Pa,,r Miy-f " ur JOHN H BARKLE ' Ripley, Mississippi GARNET JONES Martin. Tennessee FAUSTINE POWELL Idlew ' u.d, Tennessee GRADEN DORRIS BoLi AR. Tennessee ELIZABETH SUE HALL Lackson. Tennessee RA ' E CUINN Henderson. Tennessee FRANK REED Dyer, Tennessee LOUISE SUBLETT Jackson. Tennessee HELENA HOPPE Cairo, Illinois Poyc pjly-fii JOHN G OLDS Halls, Tennessee IRG1N1A BAIRD Jackson, Tennessee HILMA THORN Paris, Tennessee PALTINE MOUNT Jackson, Tennessee JEFI- PR.ATT Tre:e -ant, Tennessee HERMAN SULLIVAN Sylalrene, Mississippi RUTH LANIER Jackson, Tennessee LANDIS MEDLIN Jackson, Tennessee MARDEN WATTERS Jackson, Tennessee Page fifly-six XDPHDmDREZ =mm Payc fifly-,-i;iht = ; =r I ' anc fifly-nmc SOPHOMORE CLASS Ralph Gibson ' Glenn Batten Norma Cawthon OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary W. C. Adkinson Elizabeth Atkins Harris Armour Mildred Baine Mabel Baird John H. Barklev Glenn Batten John Balcl.m ' Talmadge Belton Hazel Black Rosa Borum Elizabeth Burgess Margaret Burnell Har ey Burton- Nell Carter Lera Carter Elry Gates Fleetwood Gates Norma Cawthon Grace Chamberlain Hughes Chandler Will Cherry Bertha Clark Ruby Colwick Kathryn Evans xVIrs. p. C. Eaton P. G. Eaton Henry Etheridge Gray E ' ans Mrs. W. R. Farrow LaVerne Flippin Barney Flowers Clara Fulghum Ralph Gibson Marie Googe Mrs. J. D. Grey Mrs. p. G. Guenn Elizabeth Hamlin Evelyn Hancock CLASS ROLL Pearl Hannah Allene Harris Margarette Harrison Laura Mae Hazelwood Henry Hester Edward Henry Maurice Hewlett Fred Hicks dortha hocker Nina Lee Howard Martha Hunt John Hurt N. T. Hurley Nannie May Hunt Mrs. Nell Johnson T. K. Jones Edna Elizabeth Jones Henry Y. Jones Dixon Johnson Lamar Kitson Curtis Long Nellie Maners Joseph Martin Bonnie Maness Mattie Malone Tom McCorry ESTELLE McCUTCHEN Tra ts -IcDonald LocKiE Marie McLean LiNNiE McKnight Frances Meeks Neita Montgomery John A. Moorman K. L. Moore T. A. Morris J essie Muse Leila J. Murchison Thelma Nelson J. T. Newsom Nita Orr Kenneth Parker Jewell Patterson Earl Peeples Helen Phillips Mrs. Edith Pillow C. B, Pillow Jack R.andolph Ethel Reed Carrie Lee Remfro Doris Richardson- Chester Robinson Mayoma Robbins Helen Routon Mrs. Paul Rowlands Ane -a Russell Shadrack Russell Bernard Scates Bertha Schuchart EuLON Lee Smothers Frances R. Stedman Tony W. Stedman Pearl Steele Louise Sublette Louise Switzer Alidee Taylor Nancy Thomas Alice Thomas Maggie Todd Ruby Alice Tomlin RoBERT C. Turner Gran ' ille Vaughan S. S. Walker R. J. Welch Robert Westmoreland Mary Wilson Lucy Wingo Whitson Wootton Karnese Wray Page si.rty v- " .. I SURE WILL MISS YOU WHILE AN AT UNION FREIHITIEH ,m " P ' Paar sixly-n. ' : V. ft ? H 4 v vn C 3 . - " - ' - J « »j»« I ' ihir sixl -lhr r .. » i mm m fir ¥ ■4 I: 5 Page si.vly-foiir FRESHMAN CLASS Tansil Palmer Bud Pritchett ' Margaret McDearman ' President Vice-President - Secretary Morris Anderson Marie Allison Carolyn Akin A. J. Alexander Allene Bltler Almeda Burnett Harold Burch Helen Blck Caroline Bruner E A Bryan Ger. n Brown Rafe Blankenship Fr-ank Blalock Marshall Black Beatrice Beard Connie Bass Mabel Baird Harry ' Barton MiLBURN Cooper Willie Cornell Nellie Colwtck Lillian Cole Mary C. Clemmons Rl ' th Carter Martha Duncan Anne Duckworth Mary Margaret Diggs Reid Davis Annie Davidson Simpson Daniels Morris Elevert Hazel Ellis Jack Erwin Ruby Etheridge Lucy Fullerton Edward Fr, nklin Joe Fisher George Fisher Dorothy ' Cranes Kathri ' n Gowan Robert Gough Forrest Lynn Glisson Wilburn Goodman Betty Givens Ruth Gibbons H. P. Hudson Ernest Houck Lillian Hopper Eugene Hay Holeman Mary D. Hardaway Jim L. Harris CLASS ROLL Margaret Heavner C. H. Hanebuth Joe D. Hall George Hagy Clifford Hutcherson Bess Jones Geneva Johnson Bradley Johnson Morris Johnston Louise Jennings Irene James Elsie James Rubye Jackson Flora May Keller Johnston Luton Frank Long James Logan Mary E. Littlefield Bessie Lipford Edith Lea Emily Frances Laws Malcolm Lauderdale Ruth Lassiter Edward Moseley Ruth Morris Opal Miller Lallie Miller Ada McPeake Margaret McDearman Lucille McClure Martha McClure May McCain Virginia McAdams Mary F. Marcum Judith Markoe Jewell Mainord X ' erbal Nash Willis Orr Troy Olds Mrs John G. Olds Mildred Oakley Farnsworth Pugh Bud Pritchett Mary V. Prather Delilah Poteet Majorie Pope Karlene Pinkerton Audrey Pickler Ora Marie Phelps H. D. Percifull Lucille Parker William Paris Tansil Palmer Moddie Rushing Hawkins Rodcers Gertrude Robertson Kepler Robinson James Robbins ZoR.A Belle Ridgeway Edwin Richardson Annie Dee Rice LuRLiNE Rice Lalira Rhodes Mlisette Revelle Geneva Rambo Glenn Ramsey Rita Stewart Shirley Stevenson Rebecca Stegall Alvin Stacks W ' lLMA Surratt Myrtle Smith Annie Rob Smith Mary Eli:. Siler Y ' ONNE Scott Annie Sanders Reuben Smith William Shinault Pearl Turner Wilburn Townsend Percy Ray Turner Annie Laurie Turner Sue Dell Travis Eula Thofin Carey Thompson- Arthur W. Thompson Mary E. Van Treese Lloyd Woods MONTEZ WlLKERSON Joy Whitson Virginia Whitehead Wayland Wear Margaret Warmath MONIE Warlick Myr. cle Ward Wm. Henry Walker VIildred Walker Madge Walker Raymond Yancy Mary Young Harry Seymour T. E. Ziegler Page si.vty-fivi 1 t LP ' - l- t P jf ATHLETICS W. DUNN Director of Athletics RO ' STEWART Head Coach R. A. TATE Assistant Coach THOMAS McCORR ' Cheer Leader Page si.vly-scvcii Page sixly-ciyht team despite the defeats. The best illus- tration of its spirit was shown in the Western game against the only college team in America yet undefeated. This game, dedicated to J. D. Wright, our crippled speedy halfback, was filled with nerve-wrecking thrills. We saw Stewart to Stewart passes, Fisher line plunges, ,ind that line charge until we took the winnmL; goal. ,inJ then held until we Page si.rty-iiinc At the end of the season we had no mchnation to weir sackcloth and ashes or commit suicide. On the contrary we are proud of our Bulldogs. The fans re cognized the fact that it was a light team, a small squad - " only thirteen let ' rers being awarded, and many were play- ing Varsity football for the first time However, developments warrant hitih hopes t ' oi the future and optmiism reigns. At an cUbowte banquet the student-, ihoweJ thtlr appreciation to Cokich Stewart anJ his Bulldogs Captain Dick Stewart was praised, and Raymond Stew irt and Paul Caywood won the ' ' Most S ' aluable ' and ' Best Blocker " awards respectively We lift our hats to that brave band ot 1II2S Bulldogs who won the respect and ill students and tans We bid thi -ons K. ' Union be ot good cheer, for a n w dn is dawning and by the eternals , mH ni-t tlu Cir I. i! uid Crc.im r X; Page srrcnly-ouc VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Those on the squad were Dick Stewart, Captain. End; Walter Fisher, Fullback Raymond Stewart, Halfback; R. J. Welch, Halfback; Paul Higley, Halfback Sam Wallace, Fullback; Paul Cay wood. Quarterback; J. D. Wright. Halfback Jack Sims. End; Clinton Largent, Tackle; Kenneth Parker, Tackle; Lloyd Thomas, Guard; Roy Frazier, Guard; Bill Miller, Center; Russell Koonce, Guard; Lloyd Hellen, Guard; Frank Reed, End; Charles Deere, End; Harry Snow, Tackle; Talmadge Belton, End. SEASON ' S RESULTS Page Jonesboro College Union 46 Georgetown 4b Union b Kentucky Wesleyan 13 Union 7 Southwestern 12 Union 7 La. Polytechnic Union 26 Spring Hill 26 Union b W. K. T. C. 6 Union 7 Miss. College 35 Union 1 3 Millsaps 51 Union Miami University 7 Union 6 scrnil y-t vo -kv.fc ' X ' • -Sfc FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD The score results of Coach Tate ' s Freshmen team is not indicative to the kind of playing they did, for out of new material he made a hard fighting team that played the best coached teams in the country as is shown in the schedule. SEASONS RESULTS Castle Heights 20 Freshmen Southwestern Freshmen 19 Freshmen " Ole " Miss. 38 Freshmen Miss. Heights Freshmen Page scveiity-tJir .,!i;||| CL NT. Piiyc Si-,riil -f ' ' Payc si ' z ' ciity-fiz ' C H •. If il ' J J-l- ,Mm Mr A Av VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Those in the squad were: Paul Caywood, Captain, Forward; Dick Stewart Center; Paul Higley, Forward; Talmadge Belton, Forward; Clinton Largent Guard; Lloyd Thomas, Guard; Frank Reed, Forward; Bill Miller. Guard Raymond Stewart, Guard; Earl Peeples, Center; Malcolm ' ounger, Forward Russell Koonce. Guard; R. ]. Welch, Forward SEASON S RESULTS Bethel College (Tenn) 34 Union 47 Jonesboro College 24 Union bl Cumberland 25 Union 29 Cumberland 2b Union 4b Bethel (Ky.) 20 Union 34 Millsaps 28 Union 42 Millsaps 29 Union 3b Southwestern 34 Union 3b Southwestern 23 Union 38 Mississippi College 2Q LInion 31 Howard College 29 Union 32 Howard College 3 b Union 37 Bethel College (Ky) 2b Union 25 Western K. S. T. C. 2 Forfeit Western K. S. T. C. 34 Union 30 Mercer (SI.AA Tourney 70 Union 3b FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD The Freshman basketball team coached by R. A. Tate had a most successful season. As the results below show they won five out of eight games. The squad was composed of Pritchett. Palmer. Wood, Lauderdale, Thomas, Thompson, Smith, BiUington, Olds, Hutcherson, Holeman. Walker, Logan. Cooper, Pickler. Harris, and Wear. Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen SEASON ' S RESULTS 22 Bemis Independent 28 25 Bemis Independent 26 34 Pope High School 15 35 Southwestern Freshmen 24 35 Southwestern Freshmen 2b 2ti Bemis High School 17 38 Pope High School 13 34 Finger Independents 37 Page scvcnty-scvcn GIRUS BASKETBALL SQUAD The Girl ' s Ba sketball Team was one of the best we ha e e er had, w inning three out of the four games played. The season was brief biit highly successful. The squad was made up of: Nancy Welch. Captain, I- ' orward; tvlary Dell McLean. Forward: Irene James, jumping Center: Louise Sublette. Guard; Bertha Clark, Guard; Eula Thorn, Running Center; Martha Dungan, Guard; Bess Jones, Running Center. Rcta Stewart. Jumping Center SEASONS RESULTS " Ole " Miss 32 Union 20 Murray S. T. C, 17 Union 20 Cumberland 7 Union 28 E, T, S, T, C, 14 Union 21 nily-ciiiht Page seventy- VARSITY TRACK TEAM Union enters its second season of track w ith high hopes. The first venture into this sport was fairly successful, and a large squad is now out for the year. They are: Maurice Hewlett, Raymond Stewart, Bill 4iiler. Lloyd Hellen, Walter Fisher. Edward Carr, Hillman Willis. J. H. Barkley, Robert Turner, R, J, Welch, Russell Koonce, Frank Reed, J. D, Worrell, J. D Wright, and Talmadge Belton LAST ' EAR-S RESULTS Score Score Union 8bH Arkansas A. ' M. 29 Union 4b Birmingham-Southern 69 Union 33 University of Miss. 101 THIS ' E.ARS SCHEDULE Arkansas A. ■ M. April 13 Jackson ' Ole Miss April 20 Jackson Southwestern April 27 Jackson University of Chattanooga May 1 1 Chattanooga Page chihty LEST v c rORGC ORGANIZATIONS CHI OMEGA FRATERNITY Founded Uni ersity of Arkansas FayetteviUe, Ark., April 5, 1895 Colors: Cardinal and Straiv Dr- Charles Richardson: Alice Simonds The Eleusis The Mystagogue The Owl ' ■ ' ■ ' Flower; White Carnation FOUNDERS Jean Vincenheller Ina Mae Boles Jobelle Holcomb PUBLICATIONS Helen Nieman. Editor ' Annie C- Whiteside. Editor Helen Nieman, Editor The Upsilon Hoo-Hoo Grace Powers Hudson Catherine Routon Mary Elizabeth Ball Ruth Nunn Mildred Roote Marion Nuckolls Elizabeth Hall Mary Baker CHAPTER PUBLICATIONS Willie NIae Rodgers, Editor UPSILON CHAPTER Established 1904-1911 Re-Estah!ished June 2, 1924 Sorores in Facultate Mrs. a. W. Prince Mrs. M. M. Summar Sorores in Universitate Class of 1929, _ Carol Whitson Mary Maude Barfield Leila Da is Class of 1930 Margaret Doriot Willie Mae Rogers Norma Cawthon Oneita Montgomery Rosa Borum Nina Lee Howard Betty Burgess Frances Meeks Anne Duckworth Joy Whitson Betty Givens Virginia McAdams Rebecca Stegall Helen Buck Class of 1931 Karnese Wray Mildred Baine Travis McDonald Margaret Barfield La ' erne Flippin Pledges Irene James Martha Dungan Allene Butler Margaret McDearman Margaret Hea ner Page cighty-tnio Page clghty-thr SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Founded at Uni ' ersity of Alabama March 9, 1856 Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Violet FOUNDERS Noble Leslie Devotie John B. Rldulph John W. Kerr Nathan E. Cockrell Wade Foster Abner Patton Samuel Dennis Thomas C, Cook The Record PUBLICATION Eric A. Dawson, Editor Prof. Print Hudson TENNESSEE ETA CHAPTER Established 1867 Fratres in Facultate R. A. Tate, Asst. Coach Robert Argo Charles Howse Fratres in Universitate Class of 1929 Walter Fisher Edward Carr Hillman Willis Lloyd Hellen Marden Watters Tom McCorry Kenneth Parker Kepler Robinson Class of 1930 Cecil Brown Earl Carr Class of 1931 Glenn Batten Fred Hicks Whitson W ' ooten George Fisher Jewell Mainord Paul Higley Henry Herron Pledges Carey Thompson Johnston Luton Bradley Johnson Harold Burch Robert Elliot Harry Barton James E. Robbins George Ragsdale Page ciyhly-four N " " .i tfk. " yj Page c t]hly-f vi. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded at irginia Military Institute September 1 1, 18t ' " 5 Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold Flowers: v ' hite Tea Rose FOUNDERS Otis A. Glasbrook Erskin M. Ross Alfred Marshall OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Alpha Tail Omega Palm ' Frank W. Scott, Editor Congress Daily CHAPTER PUBLICATION The Beta Tau Outlook . , . , - John A. Moorman, Edilor BETA TAU CHAPTER Established 1893 Fratres in Facultate Dr. G, M. Sa age Dr. C. W, Davis Qoach Roy Stewart Fratres in Universitate Class oj m9 John Hall Jones George Jackson Sims Richard W. Stewart James Dudley Wright James David Grey Charles Wesley Davis, Jr Almus Ballow Polsgro e Class oj 1 ' 930 Frank Lafayette Reed Raymond H. Stewart George Lafayette Henderson Paul Greyden Caywood William B. Miller John A. Moorman Class of 1931 John Jeter Hurt, Jr. Jack M. Randolph Earl Peoples Henry Y. Jones Harris Armour Reed Davis Curtis Long Joseph Martin R. J. Welch Pledges Reuben Smith James L. Harris Glenn Ramsey Maurice El -ert Frank Blaylock William Shinault Lloyd Woods Tansel Palmer Farnsworth Pugh Bud Pritchett Wayland Wear Charles Billington James Logan Page cighly-si.r p, . f : ■ J. e3 b ' f ALPHA TAU OniEQA] Pagt ' eighty-seven ALPHA PHI EPSILON Honorary, Literary and Debating Fraternity Founded at Atlanta, Georgia, April 29, 1 18 Colors: Garnet and Green Flower: Red Rose FOUNDERS Founded by representatives from the University of Alabama, Auburn University, Emory University, Howard College, University of Mississippi, Richmond Uni- versity, Southwestern Presbyterian University, Stetson University and the Uni- ' ersity of Tennessee. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION The Garnet and Green Julius A, Goodfriend, Editor ALPHA BETA CHAPTER EstablishedJanLiary27, 1927 Fratres in Facultate Dr. C, B. Williams Fratres in Uni ' ersitate Martha Cross, President Joe T. Odle Edward Carr, Vice-Pres- Mary E. Ball Nane Starnes, Secretary Edward M. Skinner J. D. Grey. National Committeeman Kit Parker loHN Hall Jones Page cighty-c ' ight c lLPHA PHI PSILOn iOx Page cighly-niiic ' , :: ' , - ' - - ]l]im§ Page ninety IDCICTIEI Tho EUPHROSYNEAN SOCIETY Motto: Hand in Hand for the best in Art. Science, and Literature. Colors: Rose and Silver Mrs. J. D. Grey ' Mildred Baine Mary Wilson OFFICERS FALL TERM ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Mabel Riley ' Karnese Wray Aneva Russell WINTER term President Vice-President Secretary SPRING term Leila Davis ' Mary Warren - GOLDYNE DrUMWRIGHT ' President Vice-President - Secretary MEMBERS Carolyn Bruner Rosa Borum Mildred Baine Mary Baker Allene Butler Martha Cross Tera Carter Ruth Carter Margaret Doriot Leila Da ts Martha Duncan Goldyne Drumwright Laverne Flippin Mrs. J. D. Grey Elizabeth Hall Reba Hays Dortha Hocker Irene James Elsie James Flor.a Mai Keller ' it. Montgomery Travis McDonald Lallie Miller Mary V. Prather NiTA Orr Mabel Riley Doris Richardson Aneva Russell Georgia Roberts Annie Sanders Katherine Sullivan Lena Ury iX ' Iary B, Warren Karnese Wray Mary Wilson EvEL ' iN Pligh Paijc mncty-Uvo Page ninety-three ENONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Officers for the 1st Term Nina Lee Howard Mary Dell McLean Norma Cawthon ' Mary Pinkerton ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer Laura Belle Jennings Mary E. Ball ' Alice Thomas Marye ' oung ' Officers for the 2nd Term ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer Mary Maude Barfield Mildred Roote Betty Givens Vi ' ian Lawton Marie Allison Morris Anderson Mary E Ball Mary Maude Barfield Margaret Barfield Julia Bruce Helen Buck Louise Bumpuss Betty Burgess Almeda Burnett Norma Cawthon Mary Doak Evelyn Dodds Anne Duckworth Ruby Etheridge Marie Googe Dorothy Graves Betty Givens Elizabeth Sue Hall Evelyn Hancock Pearl Hanna Margaret Heavner Officers for the 3rd Term MEMBERS Catherine Hopper Nina Lee Howard Ruby Jackson Laura Belle Jennings Mildred Lawton Virginia McAdams MargaretMcDearman Linnie McKnight Mary Dell McLean Opal Miller Florence Newton Marion Nuckolls May C. Nash Mildred Oakley Willis Orr Edith Pillow Karlene Pinkerton Mary Pinkerton Jewell Patterson Marjorie Pope Geneva Rambo Annie Dee Rice Willie Mae Rodgers ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer Mildred Roote Lucy Wingo Helen Routon Bertha Schuchart Mary E Siler Myrtle Smith Rebecca Stegall Shirley Stevenson Reta Stewart Louise Switzer Alidee Taylor Alice Thomas Nancy Thomas Eula Thorn HiLMA Thorn Mary E. Van Treese Madge Walker Mildred Walker Louise Wilson Carol Whitson Joy Whitson Marye Young Page niiu ' ly-four l tA ;NoniAN :-2 . ' - Pifi r ninety- five PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Motto: Taste. Industry. Wisdom Officers of ' 28 and ' 20 Gene ' a Robertson Helena Hoppe Elizabeth Hamlin Ruby Patton ' Mrs. W. R. Farrow ' Grace Simonton ' Ruby Ashley ' Fay Patton Ruby Patton - Helena Hoppe LUCILE Da IS Vera Routon - Roberta Oli er Ruby Patton - Helena Hoppe fall term winter term SPRING TERM Colors: Green and White ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. C. Reporter ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. C. Reporter ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. C Reporter Ruby Ashley Virginia Baird Martha Basford Jewell Bradford Mable Baird Daisy Brasfield Alline Carr Nell Carter Onez Connell Bertha Clark Ruby Colwick Nellie Colwick LuciLE Davis Mary Dodds Annie Davidson Mary M. Diggs Elta Dorris Hazel Ellis Mrs. W. R. Farrow Lucy Fullerton Mrs. p. C. Guinn Ruth Gibbons ROLL Sula B. Greer Lela Haltom Elizabeth Hamlin Ruth Hardin Margaret Harrison- Helena Hoppe Lillian Hopper Johnnye Sue Jennings Louise Jennings Bess Jones Garnet Jones Geneva Johnson Ruth Lasater Mattie Malone IvIartha McClure Landis Medling Pauline Mount Rena Mitchell Ruth Morris Jessie Muse Willie Murphy Thelma Nelson Roberta Oliver LoTTYE Mae Pack Mrs. C. H. Parish FaYE P. TTON Ruby Patton LuciLE Parker Faustine Powell Addean Ray Ethel Reed Musette Revell Lurline Rice Genex ' a Robertson Vera Routon Moddie Rushing Annie Rob Smith Grace Simonton Maggie Todd Mrs. T. M. Ward Mrs. Knox Wheeler Mae Williams ZoRA B. Ridgway Carolyn Akin Page iiiiicty-.u.v =- ■=«s ■ A; , I APOLLONIAN r • isk -»« . Q Paiyi ' i )U ' liiiiuiri- ' d one Pacii ' one hundred Izco FOUR SQUARE CLUB Union L ' ni ' ersity Chapter Organized 1923 Colors: Blue and White OFFICERS Flower: Siveet Pea Charles Deere ' Nane Starnes Warner Wilkes ' FIRST TERM ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Mitchell Bennett Joe Davis ' Henry Dalton SECOND TERM ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Joe T. Odle - Joseph Martin Charles Deere ' third term ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Member in Faculty Dr. Charles B. Williams Active Members Nane Starnes Mitchell Bennett Charles Deere Joe Davis Joe Odle Joseph Martin Warner Wilkes Henry Dalton Jesse Roote T. A. Morris Eugene Holeman Pledges W. H. Walker Jr. Page nnr hundred four Page ninety-seven CALLIOPEAN LITERARY SOCIETY OI-FICERS FALL TERM Edward Carr Joe T Odle Gray E ans Earle Carr ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer WINTER term Walter Fisher Thomas Jennings Willie Brown- Earl Carr ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer SPRING term Thomas Jennings Gray Evans Bernard Scates S. S. Walker ' ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer C, Adkinson Paul Baisch Marshall Black Willie Brown Harvey Burton Edward Carr Milburn Cooper Simpson Daniels EwiNG Draughan Gray Evans George Fisher Walter Fisher Robert Gaugh MEMBERS H. P. Hudson Frank Ireland Jack Ervin T. K, Jones Thomas Jennings Frank Long Joseph Martin Edward Mosely J T. Newsom Joe T Odle Jack Randolph Kepler Robinson E. L. Smothers Bernard Scates Harry Seymour Nane Starnes Myracle Ward Lloyd Woods Raymond Yancey J- D. Worrell George Cain Robert Elliot Carey Thompson Bradley Johnson Johnston Llton Henry ' . Jones m pH 0m. vl ' 4mW ' Jk ' J- 4, i ii;;i- iiiiii-ly-iiinc APPOLONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY a. b. polsgro ' e Frank Reed John Moorman FALL TERM ' President Vice-President ' Secretary M. A. Younger ' Glenn Ramsey Joe Fisher INTER term ' President Vice-President ' Secretary SPRING TERM Farnsworth Pugh Glenn Ramsey Tansil Palmer Will Cherry Graden Dorris Joe Fisher Joe D Hall Jim L. Harris George Henderson Eugene Holeman Ernest Hough Kit Parker William Paris Earl Peeples A. B. Polsgrove, Bud Pritchett Farnsworth Pugh Glenn Ramsey ' President Vice-President ' Secretary ROLL Print Hudson Bradley Johnson James Logan Curtis Long John Moorman T. A. Morris Harry Nash Tansil Palmer Frank Reed Edwin Richardson E. G. Stephenson Arthl ' r Thompson John G. Thompson W. H. Walker M. A. Younger Page one hundred Page one hundred nine Mary N4aud Barfield Elizabeth Sue Hall Leila Da is ' Lena Ury - ' - OFFICERS ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Parliamentarian Mar-i- Mald Barfield MiLDRELI Lawton Ge e A Robertson MiLLIRED ROOTE Willie XIae Rogers Rena Mitchell Jewell Bradford Louise Wilson Elizabeth Sue Hall MEMBERS Leila Da ts Catherine Routon Mrs Grace Hudson NL ' iR ' l- DOAK Rlth Lanier Llrline Wilkerson e elyn dodds Lena Dry Georgia Roberts The Miss Minerx ' a Club is composed of the sisters, daughters and sweethearts of the Tennessee Eta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Leila Da ' is Mary E. Ball Anne Duckworth OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary i Treasurer MoNiE Warlick Mary E- Ball Elsie James Margaret Doriot MEMBERS Rebecca Stegall Margaret Harrison Tra is McDonald Leila Da is Anne Duckworth Miss Catherine Routon Mrs, Print Hudson ALUxMNAE Mrs a, W, Prince ■ ■ Mrs, R, a. Tate Payc one hundred eleven OFFICERS FIRST TERM Earl Carr Warner Wilkes Mattie Malone ' ' President Vice-President ' Secretary SECOND AND THIRD TERMS Henry Dalton Jewell Patterson Martha Cross ' President Vice-President - Secretary MEMBERS RuBYE Ashley Earl Carr Edward Carr Nell Carter Martha Cross Henry Dalton Lucile Davis Ruth Elizabeth Hall Dortha Hocker Mattie Malone Mary Dell McLean Jewell Patterson Aneva Russell Ed Miller Skinner Georgia Roberts Mary Belle Warren Warner Wilkes Thelma Nelson Page niic hundred Izcclvc Page one hundred fiz ' i HAPATIA CLL ' B OFFICERS Martha Cross Mary E Ball - Carol W ' hitson - Mary Belle Warren ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Reljorter MEMBERS Mary E. Ball Mary Maud Barfield Mrs, Grace Hudson Evelyn Dodds Elizabeth S, Hall Lena Ury Geneva Robertson Ruth Elizabeth Hal Martha Cross Mary Belle Warren Mabel Riley Goldyne Drumwright Leila Da ts Ruth Nunn Willie Mae Rogers I. Carol Whitson Mrs, Mabel W Hardin. St onsor Pane om- hundred Jack Simms J. D. Worrell Frank Ireland Edward Carr - Charles Da is - ' Charles Deere Edward Carr A, B. Polsgroxe Frank Ireland A B. Polsgro e j. D, Worrell Thomas Jennings Jack Simms J. D. Worrell Frank Ireland Edward Carr Charles Davis Charles Deere Nane Starnes (51 I ICFRS first term second term THIRD TERM ' President ' ice-P resident ' Secretary Reporter ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Reporter ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Reporter MEMBERS a b. polsgroxe Will E. Brown Clarence Crawford Joe Arnold John Hall Jones Thomas Jennings A. W. Prince, Sponsor Page otic hundrcd-Si HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS FALL TERM Evelyn Dodds Elizabeth Sue Hall Mildred Roote Mary Doak Willie Mae Rogers ' ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C, C. Reporter winter term Mary Maud Barfield Mildred Lawton Willie Mae Rogers Mary Dell McLean Louise Sublette ' ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. G C. Reporter spring term Mary Baker Georgia Roberts Nita Orr Aneva Russell Ruth Gibbons Mary Baker Mary M Barfield Jewell Bradford Allene Butler Almeda Burnett Leila Davis Mary Doak Margaret Doriot Evelyn Dodds Ruth Gibbons SuLA B. Greer Elizabeth S Hall Mrs Grace Hudson Irene James Ruth Jennings Ruth Lanier MEMBERS Frances Laws Mildred Lawton Estelle McCutchen Opal Miller Martha McClure Mary Dell McLean Travis McDonald Mrs. John Olds Willis Orr Helen Phillips Lucille Parker Lottye Mae Pack Geneva Robertson Catherine Routon Georgia Roberts ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. C. Reporter Willie Mae Rogers Mildred Roote Louise Sublette Bertha Schuchart Alidee Taylor Lena Ury LURLINE WiLKERSON MoNTEZ WiLKERSON Louise Wilson Margaret Warmath Madge Walker Mildred Walker Joy Whitson Aneva Russell Mildred Oakley Mrs. Knox Wheeler P„iic our IniiiiJr.;! ciuht Harry Snow Glenn Batten ' Charles Billington •- President Vice-President Treasurer Jewell Bradford H. D. Perciful Charles Deere Harry Snow Professor Hudson MEMBERS Marvin Johnston J. T. Newsom Henry Herron Glenn Batten Charles Billington Faculty Sponsor Page one hundred thirteen THE -U ' CLUB The " U " Club IS composed of men who have gained letters in any of the sports; Football, Basketball, Track or Baseball. Dick Stewart Walter Fisher Raymond Stewart Clinton Largent Paul Higley Pal L Camwood Llo ' id Hellen Bill Miller j D Wright Kenneth Parker MEMBERS Lloyd Tho l s J D Worrell Lrank Reed Edward Carr Whitson Wooton Edward M Skinner Russell Koonce Talmadge Eelton Dlxon Johnson R L Welch Payc niii- hundrrd fouytccn ARSIT1 ' BO ' S D Gre-i ' Kit Parker Joe T. Odle Nane Starxes Edward Carr Martha Cross Joseph Martin VARSITY GIRLS JUNIORS SCHEDULE Murray State Teacher s College Murray State Teacher ' s College (there) Asbury College University of Mississippi Lincoln Memorial University West Tennessee State Teacher ' s College West Tennessee State Teacher ' s College (there) Southwestern Southwestern (there) Mary E Ball Glenn Ramsey Won Lost Won Won After Publication Page one huiuli ' i-d fifteen UNIVERSITY BAND OFFICERS Print Hldson Dorothy Gra es Walter Fisher Earl Carr , - - John Hurt , , , - Willis Orr T, K. Jones Harry Seymour ' Walter Fisher ' Henry Etheridge - Shirley Steverson E. E. McKinney - Kepler Robinson Print Hudson Percy Turner - Dorothy Graves Chester Parham Bertha Schuchart Ed. Miller Skinner Katherine Sullivan Helena Hoppe Vivian Lawton MEMBERS Leader Secretary - Manager ' Snare Drum ' Trumpet C-Clarinet ' ' Eh-Alto Saxophone ' Bb-Cornet ' Saxaphone ' Saxaphone Clarinet C-Saxaphone Cornet Trombone ' Bells ' Trumpet Trumpet ' Drum ' Piano Violin Cello Page Inindrcd si.vlccn riNE nRTx Mrs. Arthur Warren Prince B I.. MM Director of Conser ' atorv of Music Miss Mar ' i E ans Saunders A L Principal Expression and Dramatic Art Mrs, E, E Taliaferro Head of ' oice Department John M Swanner Head of Instrumental Department Page one hundred eighteen Katherixe Sllli " ax Mrs I. I SwANNER Mabel Smith Nannie Mae Hunt Henry Dalton MrS- a. Prince, Director Mrs. Prince, director of the Department of Music. Piano. Organ, and Theory, is an artist of recognized ability. Sine is a teacher of great merit and is recognized w idelv by the success of her pupils. She is a graduate and post-graduate of piano under John B. Kindig of Germany; was a student with Heniot Le ' y of American Conservatory 1908-09; organ with D S. De Lisle of St. Louis University 1905-08 : artist work with Maurice Aranson, Chicago Musical College. 1925 : and the year of 1928-29 w ith the English organist Arthur Davis of Birmingham. England, now located in Memphis, Since 1909 Mrs. Prince has been organist of the First Baptist Church of Jackson. Besides being Head of the Music Department Mrs Prince is a member of the Chi Omega Fraternity of Union, Mother of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, a Minerva. Daughter of American -Revolution, member and former President of the Senior McDowell Club of Jackson, member of Federated Music Club and Organist Guild. It has recently been announced that Mrs Prince has been elected as an honorary member of the Advisory Board of Music, w hich is a signal recog- nition of her ability as a musician. Her influence and development of musical art in Jackson and Union University has been exceedingly great. Paiic oiii- hundred iv.iiclc STUDENTS IN MUSIC Mrs. E. E. Taliaferro Voice Department Mrs E. E. Taliaferro. Head of the Voice Department of Union University, is a teacher of marked ability. Her studies have been with the leading teachers of the South and of America. She is recognized everywhere as a noted soloist and teacher, having been soloist in some of the most prominent churches of the United States. At present, she is soloist and choir director of the First Baptist Church of Jackson. Mrs. Taliaferro ' s work is one of the greatest a.ssets in the musical life of Jackson and especially in the Department of Music in Union. Page hundred twenty DRAMATIC CLUB Marden Waiters Rosa Borum Elizabeth Hamlin Ruth Carter ' ' President ce-P resident ' Secretary Treasurer Warner Wilkes W. C. Adkinson Rosa Borum Mitchell Bennett Christine Clemmons Maggie Todd Dixon Johnson A. B. Polsgro e Mary Ellen Taylor Mary Pinkerton Marden Watters Betty Givens Earl Peeples Lucille McCli ' re MEMBERS Ruth Carter Elizabeth Hamlin Annabel Hilliard E ' elyn Jones Lallie Miller MoNiE Warlick Thomas Jennings Miss Mary E ' ans Saunders, Head of the Department has won national recognition as Dramatic Reader and Teacher In Cincinnati in 1Q27, she was on the Program of the National Association of Teachers of vSpeech. In Chicago 1Q28, she was appointed National Committee Member of the National Association of Teachers of Speech. She is Director of the Lake Junaluska, N. C, Summer School of Speech for the Southern Assembly and she has read in Washington, Atlanta, Monteagle and many culture centers, and University towns. She is President of the West Ten- nessee Dramatic Association, and ex-secretary of Tennessee Oratorical League Her Department at Union is attracting large numbers of students of talent and ambition. The Official Dramatic Clubs, " The Union University Players " and " The Little Drama Guild, " have produced Shakespearean. Biblical, and Popular Drama. This spring an artistic innovation was given by the Players of an original dramatic production, an outstanding event in the Dramatic history of Union. Pane hundred n. ' Ciilv- STRING QUINTET This ensemble is composed of students of the ' iolin department and they have been traine l ilLirinR the -ear bv Professor Swanner. MEMBERS John M Swanner J, V. Allison ' iLLLAM Haack ' l L N LaWTON ' Mrs Iosie Swanner - 1st- Violin and Director ' 2nd. Violm 3rd- Violin ' ' ' Cello Piano Paiic one luiiidri-il tK ' ciily-l ' u ' O E tm PUBLICnTIDNI Page o)ic huudrcd liv ' cuty-four Nane Starnes Mitchell Bennett Editor-in-Chief Business Manaser ASSOCIATE EDITORS Martha Cross Mary Elizabeth Ball Thomas Jennings , . , , ,-( Editor CLASS EDITORS Mabel Riley Ed ' ard Carr LITERARY EDITORS Mary Belle Warren illie Mae Rogers Carol W ' hitson John Hurt Joe T. Odle -..,,,,,,, Snapshot Editor Warner Wilkes Fine Arts Editor J. D. Grey Religious Editor Raymond Stewart ' Athletic Editor ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGERS Henry Jones Thomas McCorry PatjL- one hundred Iwcnlx-fiVi. Pa c one huntlrcd Iwfitty-si.v CARDINAL AND CREAM STAFF A. B. PoLSGRO E Frank Reed Editor-in-chief Business Manager ASSOCIATE EDITORS John N ' oorman Lansar Kitson Thomas Jennings Staff Artist Earl Peeples Athletic Editor Ethel Reed ' ' Columnist REPORTORIAL STAFF Carol Whitson Helena Hoppe Henry Dalton Glenn Ramsey THE FLYS Harry Snow Joe Arnold Page one hundred liecnty-sci ' cn Mit Page one hundred tu ' cnty-eight LEST WE FORGET 29 RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Nane Starnes A. M. Overton • Joe Odle ' Mabel Riley Prof. H C. Cox Joe Odle Mabel Riley Prof. H. C. Cox Elizabeth Hamlin LoTTYE Mae Pack Ruby Ashley Jewell Patterson GOLDYNE DrUMWRIGHT Ruby Sandifer ZoRA Belle Ridgeway Virtus Buzbee B. B. Murphy Marshall Black Nane Starnes President of Tennessee Baptist Student Convention OFFICERS fall term winter and spring term ' President Vice-President - Secretary ' Faculty Advisor ' President Secretary Facultv Advisor MEMBERS T. K. Jones S, R. Woodson C. H. Parish M. A. Younger Fred Hicks Joseph Martin Kepler Robinson George Fisher Gray E ' ans Barney Flowers Willard Adkinson Pain- one hundred lu -nlv-nii J. R. GRAVES SOCIETY OF RELIGIOUS INQUIRY OFFICERS C H Parish ' . L Bl ' zbee J. R. Martin FIRST TERM ' President Vice-President - Secretary A. M 0 ' ERTON ' S. R. Woodson C. B. Pillow SECOND TERM ' President Vice-President ' Secretary B. B. Murphy S. R. Woodson Paul Baisch ' THIRD TERM ' President Vice-President - Secretary S. R. Woodson Waldo Nevil E. L. Smothers ' FOURTH term ' President Vice-President ' Secretary M. A. ' ounger ' A. B. Polsgrove Gray Evans - FIFTH term ' President Vice-President ' Secretary W. C. Adkinson V. L. Buzbee H. C. Cox Dr. Carr Simpson Daniels Graden Dorris W. E. Draughn Gray E ' ans Barney Flowers J. D. Grey Mr. Griffin Dr. Hailey Mr. Hughes ). B. Holland R. E. Guy MEMBERS T. K. Jones J. W. Kloss T. A. Morris B. B. Murphy J. R. Martin W, . C. Nevil Joe T. Odle A. M. 0 ' erton Dr. Penick A. B. Polsgrove T. 0. Phillips C. H. Parish C, B. Pillow E. G. Stephens E. E. Smothers Dr, Sa ' age T. C. Ury S. R. Woodson Dr. C. B. Williams S. S. Walker H. T. Sullivan Bernard Scates T. V. Wood M. A, Lounger Paul Baisch Grady Craddock Myracle Ward Marshall Black W. F. Carlton George Cain Page oiH- hundred thirty Page one liundicd thirty-one Page one huiidrcd thiiiy-two Page oiiL ' hundred thirty-three Y. W. A. GENERAL OFFICERS Elizabeth Hamlin Martha Cross ' Mary Baker Ruby Sandifer Elizabeth Hamlin Ruby Ashley ' Martha Cross Hazel Ellis Elizabeth Hamlin Ruby Ashley ' Martha Cross Hazel Ellis Lottye Mae Pack ' Ruby Ashley Mildred Baine Mary Baker Beatrice Beard Rosa Borum Eva Bryan Alline Carr Martha Cross Ruth Gibbons Marie Googe Laura B. Jennings Louise Jennings Ruth Elizabeth Hall Thelma Caudel Onez Connell Evelyn Dodds Mary Dodds Katherine Evans Dorothy Graves Elizabeth Hall Ruth Hardin Lela Haltom Margaret Harrison Pearl Hannah Helena Hoppe Mary E. Ball ' Marie Allison Mable Baird Mary E. Ball Julia Bruce Allene Butler Nell Carter Christine Clemmons Annie Davidson Martha Duncan Hazel Ellis FALL TERM winter term spring term ROLL ' Leader Ruth Travis McDonald Margaret McDearman Lallie Miller Neita Montgomery Ruth Morris Thelma Nelson Mildred Oakley- Lottye Mae Pack Lucille Parker Edith Pillow Mary V. Prather Virginia McAdams Geneva Rambo ■ Leader Mary Lillian Hopper Bess Jones Garnet Jones Ruth Lassiter Mildred Lawton Vivian Lawton Bessie Lipford Martha McClure Estelle McCutcheon May C. Nash Karlene Pinkerton ' President Vice-President - Secretary Treasurer President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer ' President Vice-President ' Secretary Treasurer Gibbons ' ' ' Secretary Addean Ray Ethel Reed LuRLiNE Rice ZoRA B. Ridcway MoDDiE Rushing Lucy Wingo Mary B. Warren Lucy Fullerton Goldyne Drumwright Laverne Flippin Ruby ' Patton Marye Young Dodds - Secretary Leader Hazel Ellis Mrs. P. G. Guinn SuLA B. Greer Dortha Hocker Martha Hunt Ruby Jackson Irene James Geneva Johnson Mary E. Litti.eeield May McCain Roberta Oliver Willis Orr Mary Pinkerton Marjorie Pope Mabel Riley Musette Revelle Geneva Robertson Annie Dee Rice Shirley Stevenson Pearl Turner Louise Wilson Nancy Welch Carol Whitson Joy Whitson - Secretary Faustine Powell Grace Simonton My ' rtle Smith Louise Switzer Maggie Todd Mary E. Van Treese Madge Walker Mildred Walker K ' Iargaret Warmath Edna Wagoner hiimlrcd lliirty-foiir Joseph Martin Gray Evans Mable Baird Barney Flowers Herman Sullivan Mrs. J. D. Grey Gray Evans ' Paul M. Baisch Willie Murphy ' W. C. Adkinson Mable Baird Virtus Buzbee Marshall Black Paul Baisch Connie Bass George F. Cain Graden Dorris Annie Davidson Ewtng Draughn Simpson Daniels Gray Evans OFFICERS FALL TERM WINTER TERM SPRING TERM MEMBERS Barney Flowers Lucy Fullerton Mrs. J. D. Grey Ruth Gibbons Hardy Hughes T. K. Jones J. W. Kloss Joseph Martin Willie KIurphy Thelma Nelson A. M. Overton Mrs. C. H. Parish C. H. Parish ' President Vice-President Sec. Treasurer ' President Vice-President Sec. Treasurer ' President Vice-President Sec. Treasurer Ruby Patton Dudley Perciful Lucille Parker Zora Belle Ridgeway Bernard Scales E. L. Smothers Herman Sullivan Maggie Todd T. C. Ury S. S. Walker Myracle Ward Ora Marie Phelps Page one hiiiidrcd lliirty-five Puiic oin- huihlrcd ihirfy-si.x m. FEATURES - ' Hellen— You thought a lot of Tod didn ' t you " " Cecil B — Yes. he was a true friend. He ne er asked me to lend him a cent, although he knew that I knew he was star ing to death WOOD-MOSAIC CO. INCORPORATED Jackson. Tennessee HARDWOOD LU IBER i- LOOKING AND ' ENEER Always in the market for Miite ( )ak, l ' (i] lar, A ' alnut Logs and Standing ' Tinilser. Mccf ) ' our l- ' ricinls af B. B. DRUG CO. H. J. BERRYHILL, ,1 , ,-. DRPTLS, CANDIES, SODA. CIGARS AND CONEECTIONS — the f lacc z ' hcrc I ' iulvi sfiidciifs trade Five Points Both Phones 140 EAGLE MARKET EN ' ERVTHING GOOD TO EAT Geo. Barnes lacksim. : : Tennessee Williamson Supplv Co. W ' lioi.E.sALE AND Retail GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phoxe 1725 209 W. Lafayette Street CuMi ' .. Lhoxe 1585 ROBERTS TAXI PROMPT SERVICE ). OR NIGHT lM e Passenger Sedans PT ed Hall Grocery Co. TIIL CASH WHOLESALE GROCERY Seri ' iee Our Motto Malcolm- -Ha ' e yon kissed the bride Best Man — Absolutely, Oh, yes hundreds of times. Page one liioidrcd forly-c ' ujlU Dick — Every time 1 kiss you it makes me a better man. Mary Dfm, — Arc you trying to get to heaven tonight ' WHERE- Genuine Scholarship Spirituality j World-wide Christian Fellowships Natural Beauty Architectural Charm ' Evangelistic Fervor Missionary Zeal Comprehensiveness of Curriculum Progressive Orthodoxy Love of Truth Practical Work Pastoral Opportunity _____ Central Accessible Location BID CALLED MEN A CHALLENGING WELCOME THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY JOHN R. SAMPEY, Acting-President LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY THREE APPEALS Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary AI PEAL I. lM,KT Worth Students — ci: lleg-e men and women. Great " roups are g ' oing out after 2 and 3 years, edueated in mind with g-reat e -ang-elistic spirits. APPEAL II. G ffs_ — l ' ii " ge and small from those able U make he(|uests to the Seminary. Such gifts will insure a life annuity to the giver and will live thru eternitw APPEAL 111. Prayers and hitercst — of people e -ervwhere. A ' kitk L. R. SCARBOROUGH, A.B., D.D., LL.D., Pres. M. ' BEi.--Whcn did you first disccn ' er vou lo ed mc Joe— When I began to get mad when people said you were dumb and unattracti ' e. Page one hinulrcd foiiy-iiinc Dixon — I ' ve just about quit smoking. Sam — How do you do it DixiiN — X ' lv e..r won t let me smoke when I m ' FRANCES SHOPPE LADl ' ES ' READV-T0-WI ' :A! Axi MlLLTX :R ' 1 14 X. CiiuKCH Strki ' t CONSTANT 5EPVI CE 1 Jackson. Tenn. We .i ive UL ' ALJTV. which in turn o-ives SERX ' ICE, at SOL LOEB CO. LAI )1 l-:.S ' READV-TOAVEAR MlLl.lx :R ' lingerie and HOSIERY 0 ' East L ix Street PHONE 67 Jackson, Tennessee Five Points Lumber Co. Incorporated DEALERS Yellow Pine Lumber LATH, C■ ■ ' RESS AND RED (.l-.nAR SHINGLES Tnnii-.KS, ■ARD stock, l ' .LILI)IX(; MATERIAL SASH, DOORS AND BLIXDS. MAXTELS, TILE AXD GRATES, fOMPOSITinX ROOFIXC Office : Lullese and Royal Sts. and Lexington .Ave. Both TKLF.r ' HoxES 6S3 |. cKSo. , : : : Texxe.ssee Wilson-Gever Co. W ' .VLLPAPKR, PaIXT, GL-ASS, ' . RxisiiEs, IIrushes, . ktlsts ' Supplies 307 E. Main Street Wii.scin-Geyer Building Jhiii ' l Siiy I ' liniisli — Say " 16 " Thompson Baking Co. lU ' TTER-NUT AND AL ' NT BETTY ' S l ' .RI-:. r) AND ROLLS L. K1-:S AND PIES LvcK. ox, Texxessee loHN — Is that the (irst tunc you were e er kissed Ros. — No. 1 ne er could say no quick enough Page one hnmlrcd fifty Mrs. McCorry — My son is takint; up French, Spanish, Italian, German and Scotch, A haiEND — My word where does he studv ' ' Mrs McCjirry — Studv: ' He doesn t studv He run an ele ator High Class Jewelry Class Rings Pins Fraternity Emblems Where QUALITY Excells L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLERORO. _ - _ _ MASSACHUSETTS The Roszelle Studios The LYRIC THEATRE , Offers yiiu the latest COMMERCL L ARTISTS TALKING and SIXGIXG Jacksox. Texx. Pictures Scliool and Annual Drawing-s AT POPULAR PRICES a Specialty Dr Davjs in embrvology — . young woman J, D, Grey — Hows that! ' Dr. Davis — One of the triplets died birth to triplets and the third day she had twins. Page one hundred fifty-one Doc Stewart — here do you want to go. Baby Allenk — 1 want to go buy-buy. Union Students Are Especially Invited to " THE HOTCHKISS JEWELRY COMPANY " Where they can make their hap])iest and most appropriate selections HOTCHKISS JEWELRY COMPANY 109 N. Liberty Street JACKSON. TENNESSEE The Primrose Shoppe E ' ERYTHING IN LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR " Official Outfitters of rnioii Girls " 206 E. ' Baltimore St. Phone 721 1871 Holland ' s 1929 Holland Dry Goods Clothing Company JACKSON . T h:N N ESSEE Mr. Iiilin W. Holland of Jack.son ille. Morida. was one of the organizers of this . nnual and was its lirsi I ' .usiness Alanag ' er. We congratulate L ' nion on this their ])nl)lication of " Lest Jl ' e I ' ori ct. " This store has had the ])leasnre of ha -ing- an advertisement in each issue. . nd we have enjoved the pleasure of serving the students of the old S. W. l ' . C and Union for o -er fifty _ -ears. AIa - we continue such a record of serxdce. C AVWimi) Would uu rather be an oyster or a college student " Curtis — A eollegc student of course, an oyster only gets stewed once in a lifetime. P(„ic nnr Innnlrcd fifly-lzco Mrs. Hardin — I believe boys have a better attitude toward their classes now. Just the other day I heard a boy remark that he never spent his money lor picture shows and things of that kind. Reba Hayes — Yes, 1 had noticed that. T. A. WOOTEN First Class Photographic Work SERVICE UNEXCELLED 0 ' EK WHI TLUW ' S on EAST LAFAYETTE STREET THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSON, TENNESSEE YOCR JiCSfXnSS SOIJCTTRD OIL- ■0-MATIC HEATING PLUMBING Material anc i. IIEATLXG, ROOFIXC; OR TL A ' ()RK CUMB. PHONE 33 Workmanship Guaranteed. Estimates Free. SANITARY PLUMBING METAL ORKS Mrs. Rutledce — t cline .- mo Kepler — I can ' t do that. Payc one hiiinlrcd fifly-lhr Interfsted Frifxd — I suppose now chat Tom is out of college he will set the world on fire. Mr |j:nn] (.s From till indications 1 think he will he perfectly contented with just warming a chai Union University Book Store OWNED AND C)PP:RATED BY STUDENT ACTIVITY ASSOCIATION UNION UNIVERSITY DELICIOUS — RI ' :|-KI-:S11IXG D-R-I-N-K IN BOTTLES Mrs Sii.i.Ai 1 lieckic us iwi.. o ' clock and time that young man was Beckif. — Oh, he left an hour ago. this is another who just dropped in Pain- one hniidrcd fifly-fnw LLnvn—How do yoii persuade your old man to send vou to college another vear Hn , MAN I ,„|d him ,r he d,dn ' , I .vould f et married and I nt.c.s he , hotigh. he eot.ldnt afford that. )I.LI ' :XI)()KI- ' I ' WATCIIl-.S ■■Tin:,- for a t.iUlim ' We are local representatives for this na- tionally famous line of Wrist Watches for Ladies and Men. Embodying time-keeping accuracy with beauty and long life. IN ' On OLLENDORFF W, TCHES Style Timk J. E. JACKSON iralchcs—Ic-cv ' clry — Diaiiiomls E. Lafayette Street ,30 Years in Jackson Star Laundry Jackson Cleaners C " rMi!KRi,. XD Piio.m;. : 2123 and 2124 C III p I i in c n t s f McGEE-ROSS HARD- WARE COMPANY SPORTING GOODS GIFTS 200-211 !■:. Lafayette .Street PIIOXES 14X NATHAN ' S M. IN . ND M. KKF.T AIII.1.1X1 R - . XI) RK. l) ■-TO- • :AR LrxcivRiiv . x].) Xovi-XTiKs Catcriii: to the Miss and Lad S t y 1 i s h A p jj are! Jackson, ; : Tennessee YANDELL CONGER ni ' lLDIiXG MATERIAL CONCRETE CONTRACTORS J. CKS(ix, Ti-;xxi-;ssi-:i-: BROOKS NEWS COMPANY AIkmphis Commkrltal Appeal And All Leading Dailies CHRISTMAS CARDS CIC,. RS, CANDIES, M.AGAZIXES South Liberty Street PHONES 217 One ol the man thmgs that are harmful to man i woman always. 1 he eows forward, d ' he mules backward and . Page out- hundred fitty-fii Mr. Rutledgr — In which battle was Alexander the great killed? VIarden—1 think it was his last Buy " CoLLKi.iATi: " Sillies C o m [ I i m e ii t s o f fro in BUSTER BROWN THWEATT ' S SHOE STORE " Where Comfort. Style and (illlSOX COL ' XTV ' S LaKCKST AND LivADixG Dry Goods Store lieoiioiiiy meet " 1 lunilioldt, : : Tennessee Southern ELECTRICAL AND )upply Co. WELL SUPPLIES jAC ' KSOX, : : : TENNESSEE Gem Ice Cream Co. REMEMBER— M„,u,facl,urrs of The first money you earn should huy nVAJATY CE CREA.M a lite insurance iiolicy. h ' or you will 11 RICK AXl) FROZEN SPECIALTIES want to liorrow nione ' some time, and iiur hanker will think more of } ' ou, if you ha e yom- insurance. Phoxe CuMi!. 322 I iii ' i ' stiiu ' iils. too. zclieii yon arc Factory Corner of Allen and Cont;er ;■( ' ( V for litem 103 CoLLECE Street A. V. PATTON JACKSON. TENN. Seccritv Natiox. l B. nk Building Mrs. Hodson What do yoti mix oiir colors with Fisher — With brains. Mrs, Hudson — Ah you paint miniatures. Pafic one hiiiulrcd fifly-si.v Roc:KY — Will you he my companionate wife Mary Bi-_i i.i-. Oh this is so modem. J oores Studio PRESENTING TODAY ' S STANDARD IN PROGRESSIVE ART PHOTOGRAPHY Mr Rutlkdgh — Tell something of Cairo. Jack R. — 1 didn ' t go sight seeing when 1 was ther Page one hundred fifty-seven Tom — hv do girls wear short dresses Mildred B — Oh ' For two reasons. 1866 You Cant Beat Them 192 9 Hart-Schaffner Marx Clothes Manhattan Shirts Knox and Dobbs Hats Edwin Clapp and Walk-Over Shoes " U ' c sell c ' i ' crylliiiii thai men -zeccir: men -ieair ct ' cryfliiiu tliaf zee scir ' G. H. Rohertson Company DRESS WVAA. AND SUCCEED (Jiialitx ' Merchandise fi.ir ' i)111il; ' Women — ( icissAKi) Corsets K. si:k Silk Hose and L ' XDEKWEAK Eine (jarnients and Mats I ' or N ' oim, ' Men — Maxiiattax Shirts Stetsox Hats Manasco Underwear 1 " " ixe Clothing for L ' i !U i:;ians " AClxS( ). ' S LEADIXG SHOE STORE 1 Iarr-1 ' Bar ion I ' e learned my lesson I ' m through with women Bob Argo — i vc learned mine, too- Ini through saying Im through with women. J- ' anc one himdn-d fift -d,jht Bl ' d — Can I see that book I had last week ' ' Mrs Sl ' MMAR - Surely, was it fascinating Bl ' D-No bta It had tn girl Iriend ' s telephone number in it Budde ?Weis Manufacturing Company desi(;xi-:rs and uuilders of HIGH-GRADE CHURCH FIXTURES BANK FIXTURES WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES Prices Rcasoiiahlc TACKSOX. TENNESSEE Frankland Carriage Company •■ ■ • Rlil ' .UU lil ' IiRVTHIXi; OX TlIJi C.IR RXCI-rT THli liXCIXI ' X CoRXER ] Jarkkt axi) Ciiestf.r JACKSON, TENNESSEE Hub City Oldsmobile Company DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 2219 Jackson, Tennes-ee " ' llic thic car of !o:c price " " HiiiUI for the future " START A SA " ]NGS ACCOUNT SECURITY NATIONAL BANK [ ' iidcr Siif ' crvisioii of tlic I ' liitcd Stales f iovrnnurnt Miami Coed — Where did vou go last night Bob— Why, I was with you Mi.. Mi Coed— Well that ' s no inforrnation Page one Ivindrcd pfly-iiiiu- J, D. Worrell — Are you a pretty i Martha — No, I ne er ate any! I judge oi horseflesh? A PUPIL ' S IDEA OF WHAT IS A CREDITOR Buying on credit instead of paying cash apparently has its ludicrous side in Prague as in this country. According to the " Hnmoi-istickc, " a com- ic weekly printed in Prague, a teacher asked a young pupil, " What is a Creditor? " The pupil quickly drew from his obser- vation at home and replied : " A man who must be told that my father is not at home. " Paying cash as you go has no attending emiiarrassmcnts — it assures a life of inde- pendence. You are permitted to buy where you will and where you can get the most in qu.ility and satisfaction for what you pay. J. C. PENNEY CO. 109 ]-:. T.afayette Street FRED CULP gi :neral merchandise Edison. Tenn. Liest known rural c(ininuinit ' in Gibson County PINKSTON SCRUGGS DRl GS IViioNivs 800 Coiiifliinciits of BROOKS OIL COMPANY MARKS BROS. llSTAIiLKSIlEl) 1S84 Satisfied cu.stomers are the best a(l -erti.sers. We -ant oii to become one of ours. C t III f I i III c n f s f HENDERSON ' S PHARMACY l- ' lkST N.VTIONAL r.AXK BldG. U ' c Jrclcoiiic [ ' iiiflii Students C III f 1 i III cuts of CITY LUMBER CO. E -ERYTHING IN BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 2cS1 LAWRENCE STORES, Inc. G R O C E R I E S ■■SOLD RIGHT " all kinds of School Supplies, Candies, Fruits, Etc. •:- NiTA Orr (In hall) — Darling! Darling ' Polly (In parlor) — Here I am, dear. NiTA — Don ' t be sillv, I ' m calling Fide. Page hundred si.vlv Barney Flowfrs — How ' s your wife as a cook? C . B, PiiJjiw Prctt - L;ood on the small cans, but still a bit clumsy on the big oneS- QBAia lE l ER . ( ) LONGER IS IT NECESSARY TO i;e expensive to be WELL DRESSED The L ' niversity Miss will lind iur new Ready-to-Wcar St irL ' a rendezvous for ST ' LE and ' ALL ' E. Lt) v prices rei. ' n sui)renie here and the Colle.i e ?iliss can find the smartest of ai)i)arel at un- behevalily low prices. " lYo loiii cr is it iicccsscvy to he c.v ciisirc to he TivV di-essed " FOR SATISFACTORY SERVICE Call The CURTISS PLUMBING CO. 30 )3 AIAIX STREET : : : : PHONE 51 J. C. EDENTON CO WHOLESALE GROCERS 249-251 ' A EST MAIN STREET Jackson, Tennessee Hen ' RY D, lton -What are you doing Elizabeth, milking ' Eliz. beth — No! Just feeling the cow ' s pulse. Page one hundred sixty- Mrs Hardin — A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Pope said that. Tom McCdrry — What do I care if the Pope did say it I ain ' t no C ' atholii UNION UNIVERSITY Jackson, Tennessee ForxDKD 1842 CO-EDUCATIONAL One (if the greatest luijitist colleges in the world. ( )nl ' twn others in the South ha -e a oreater ennjllnient, and only four in the Xeirth, and two of these claim to l)e non-sectarian. A reniarkal)le orowth in the i)ast ten years. From 157 to 1560 . " There is a Reason. " COURSES OR DEPARTMENTS The regular courses in the College of Arts and Science: English. Mathematics, The Sciences, riiilosophy. Bible, Sociology, Greek, Latin, h ' rench, Spanish, German, History. OTHER DEPARTMENTS Home Economics, Agriculture, h ducation. Theology, Music (Piano, Voice, ' iolin, r.and Instruments), Exjiression, Pre-Medical. GREAT SUMMER SCHOOL For Catalogue and other information address: H. E, WAITERS, President Joe— Why does tirtitchlicld l eep walkinj; up and down past Crook 1 lall ' Fr. ' nk — He ' s window shopping. Page one hundred sixly-l-n ' O Liz — My brother threw a cake at me— one that I made mysell, too! Joe- — The brute ' le might ha c killed uu. ELITE SHOE SHOP T. L. MACKEY, Protriclor Service my Motto v. Call Imtr a d Deli ' i:r C ' liml). Plione 1174 McCALL-HUGHES CLOTHING CO. Clotttixg and Furnishing (liKiD.s I ' oR ? Iln and Boys 14,1 Lexin tiin Ave. Jacksdii, ' rcnii. Lal ' a ette at L ' liurch Si. ' i hey Advertise We Patronize Mien approached and asked to break a date so tliat she might go to a liirthda}- party last fall, Lena Ury refused on the basis that she would wish she hadn ' t after Glenn was gone. Margaret replies: " I (Hdn ' t know dlenn was leaving. " Lena answers: " Oh! he won ' t be here next year. " " Teacher ' s pet. teaclier ' s pet ! " " No they don ' t. I tried it. " ' hoever named a certain type of American youths as " Sheiks " certainly played a crude joke on the Arabs. Nita Jlontgomerv for the first time saw a cat carrving her kitten hv the nape of the neck. " You ain ' t fit to be a mother, " she cried scathingly; " you ain ' t hardly fit to lie a father! " ♦ ■} Fr.wk Ireland to Iiwell Bradford — .My dear density, and I ' m going to name it after you! igratulate me. Tve disco ' ered a star of unheard Payr one hundred sixty-three IvATHERiNn Sullivan — Why did Harry Snow have a profile taken for his senior pictur Newsom He was too lazy to sha e the other side ol his lace R. C. WESTMORELAND [ l-: W E L E R 1 liiiiiiiiinls. Watches. Jczvclry W ' v (In all kinds of Watch and jrwelf}- Kepairiny SIM-CIAI, STLlJEXT PRICES VANITY BEAUTY SHOPPE Ci-cc us a clhiiicc — flicii you liarc a cliaiicc It is Rigid or we make it Rifiht Mrs W. M. Lane and Mrs. Ora Young ?oj First National Bank Bldg. — Pli ' .no JoS Have Your Exgraving Done at BRUTON PRINTING CO. Engraved Cards Higit-Grade Printing 115 E. College Street JACKSON, TENNESSEE FOX CAFE " ruioii Students ]J -lcoiuc " OP EX DAY AXD XIGPIT 203 East laiii Street FRENCH ' S SAXDWTCHES, SODA. ICE CREAM " St mi cuts ' Headquarters " lOS S. l.ilicriN- l- ' h.me 307 GEM THEATRE SlidwiiiLi " I ' IRST RUX PICTURES Po ular Pi ' iccs Oi SHOES " Correct style — Popular Prices " 118 E. Lafayette St. " Sav It ll ' itli Plozeers " FLO A-ERS Main and l " linrch Phiines 1( 1 Nancy 1 hear you made the football team- HiGLLV— Oh, the other boys helped a little! I ' lific one huiulrcJ sixly-fotir Pris — Why so melancholy, Mitchell? MiTf:iii:i-i- Bi XNi-TT Missed my appointment at the beauty parlor niibli m ent. L B, TIGRETT Dr. Williams — Professor, how long were you engaged to Rosa? Prof. Rl ' tledce — 1 don ' t know, I forgot to look at mv watch. Paijc one Iniiidrcd si.vtv-jh AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS
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