University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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Hfnrucmnn Kentucky, Alma Mater true Endowed with nature's beauty grand Neath sunny skies so clear and blue Thy stately halls so proudly stand United we, each son and daughter Combine to reverent homage pay Kentucky, to thee, O' Alma Mater Your fame grows greater, day by day. BILI. ALMY I I I I 1 I v l 4 I In Illemuriam ROISERT jAMES AMMONS, Li-Lxixtsiox Killed in action jAMl'1S XVILLIAM BAKER, L0lilsYll.I,li Killed in uctiou, April 27, 191-I WILLIAM HAROLD ISAKER. LI'1XIN1i'I'ON Killed in action, Noretnlmer 21, lflll l'Alll. TRUE llARNl'1'l"l'. llmalmlx Plane crush. April I6, ISM-I YVILLIAM LEE IILANTON. jR.. DURIIAM, N. Killed in auction. july 5, I9-lil HARRY MOORMAN BOYD, I'AnucAtt Plane crash, Feln'uzu'y' 2, lllfltl FRED GODWIN BRADY. jR.. l"UL'l'oN Killed iu uctiou, April, I9'l"l MELVIN C. IIREWER. Nlcw Ai.u.xNr, INn. Killed in action WILLIAM LOGAN CAl.DlVl'1l,L. llANl'Il.l.I'l I'lune uccident, june ltl. Illll jOHN GRICENWOOD CLARE, I'Rosl'i-,txt l'Iune uccident. LHOMAS IIENIIAMIN CONDOR, iAlG.Al"liIi Killed in uction. july Il, l9l-I CLAYTON Cl. CONGLl'1'I'ON. jR.. 1,l'1xlNtsiuN l'l2lIlC crueilr, March 29, llllbl BROOKS MORRISON COONS, 1,1-zxtxtrlox Killed in action BILLY BENNl'H'I"I' CORK. SAl.l1,M Killed in uclion. l"eln'u:lry Ill, Ill-1-I jOHN S. CORNN. jk., l'INI'1l'II.l,E Killed in action M,OR'l'ON A'l'HER'I'ON CIINDIFF. SOMl'.RSI'1'I' Plane crush, july AI, I9-I-I CYRIL OWEN DANNEUHOLD. LOllISl'Il,I.l'1 Killed in action HAROLD S'l'RANCl'f DEVER, III-ZXINUION Killed in action, july IG. I9-1-I KENNl'1'l'l-'I CZYRUS Dll'I"l'ON. 1,1-Zxlxtrlox Killed in action. july 2S, I9-lfl NYILLIAM lll'1NjAMlN ELDER. jR., l.liXlNtal'0N Killed in action CECIL L. I'Il,MORE, CI.Ii'l'I-1I,AND, 'I'l-1NN. Killed in action S'1'UDEN'1'S XVILLIAM ROlll'IR'l' ANTHONY EYL. LI4,XlNlilON Killed in action. Mzn'cl1, I9-ll jOl-IN W. FISH, l,OlJISVlI.I.l', Killed in action BASCOM EVANS FORD. l,,xNt:.-wil-,R Killed in action. Murcli, llllil RICHARD ERNS'I' HARD, l.lcxiNi:toN Killed in action CHARLES LEWIS GARDNER, LoulsriL1.i-1 Killed in action, june 27. lllll GEORGE WILLIAM GENTRY. Rieumomn l'Iuue crash, june 28, 191-I CLYDE S. GILLIAM, l,ivlNc:sroN Killed in action .IAMICS XVILLIANI G0l"OR'l'H. l,tllitsYlI,l.I'. Killed in IICIIOII, july, I9-ll HENRY THOMAS GRAYSON, l,n1.xiNtrioN Killed in action CHARLES EDMUND GRl'1liNlVl'iLL. NIHV l'lAl'I-.N Killed iu uction HAROLD THOMAS I'IACKNEY. lmxlxtslox Killed in auction, Ifeln'uzn'y 29. IIIIII jAMl'1S C, HARDYMAN. iAlAYSVlI.I,l', Killed in uction, july l5, IIIII jOHN WILLIAM HICNSHAW. l'lI'HNSIlAW Killed in action, june lil. Iflll jOl-IN jACKSON HOWARD, O,xiu.,tNn Killed in uction ORYILLE jOHNCE HOWINCITON. jlt.NluNs Killed in action, july. Ill-I-I jOHN RANDALL HUDSON. llARllOURYII.l.lz Plane crash, jnly 25, I9-lil l"REDl'1RlCK ERI-lARD'l' HUKLEIN, LOlIISVlI.l.li Pneulnonial HENRY HORLEY jOHNSON, jR.. I,otiisrii.i,r1 Killed in action, june 28. llllil -IAMES HISLE jOHNSON, lnaximriox Killed in action I'AlIL FRANKLIN jOHNSON, W,tyNlcsiuiiu:il Killed in action NVILLIAINI jOE j0HNS'l'ONl'I. l'.-tlus Pluue crusll, july I3. llliltl BRYANI' O. JONES. l.IiNlNG'I'ON Wounds received iuu :uetiou II.-XROI.ll Rl'1lllll'IN KATZ. ,ASIIIANII Killed in auction .IAMICS LIBICRN KING. llICN'I'ON Killed in auction, Ifeln'uuuuu'y 29, lllll I.l'ilYlS M.ll,'I'ON IARICXV. l5tit:Kt.t-ZY. XV. YA. Killed in auction. April ill, Ill-I-I llOSI'1l'II LICONARD, 'l'u'u' Grrr, Outo Killed in auction l'HII. I.Ol"INK. I.uu.xuNt:u'oN Killed in auuzuion. july 5, Ill-lil VICRNON NIKIICLROY MARMINU. SI'RINIlFII4'I.D Illness, Nltuy I9. Illll lVAI.'I'l'iR FRANKLIN NIARTIN, DRY Rlucli Killed ill :uetiou AI,-XMI-IS ICDWIN MAS'I'liRS, I.:-'xuxounx Killed in auction IIICRRY IQMII. MI'1I.l.l-1AN, I.ouusx'uu.l.u: Killed iuu auction. june l5, IQPI-I AR'l'IIIlR GASSINGTON MINN, l.u-zxtxrrrox Killed ilu auction, july I-I. Ill-lil .IIQSSIC THOMAS MOIINTLIOY. I.lQXINt:'u'oN Killed iuu auction ROIlI'iR'I' MAURICIE OLDHAM. I.l-IXlNt:'l'oN Wounds received in auction DARXVIN K. OLIVICR, HAZARD Killed in suction RHODICS SHACKliI.l"ORD PARRISH, PARIS Killed in suction S'I'ANI.I'IY WILLIAM PICNNA, l,0llISYII.I.li l'l:uue crauslu. August fl, Ill-I-I DR. UIICSSI-I li. ADAMS. lfrlumlinn Mzurflu ll, Ill-I5 MRS. SI'IlRl.I'1Y lll'1liI.l'1R. lioslrnvx, S.lu'.B. Deux-uuulieu' fl0. lllvl-I DR. NI,.'X'I'Hl'1lV I-I. IIICDFORD, Clurnuislry I"elurutuu'y 3. llll5 RALPH GIINDII-'IR I5,xlr'nsimu Sl'I'l"fL'I' Killed iuu Action. Illl-I mimics xr. ru-:u..'u'Nu':uz. 1e.wuu.uimu .sm-wife - tu-tt .lzutuutury lfl. I. ICDW,-XRD FISK, ."Irl Ortolmeu' S. lflll ALFRICD I'li'I"I'IlS, Suumrokn I'l:une erzuslt. May 21. lllll FI.l'1'I'GHl'1R SNII'l'H l'OR'I'l'1R, NlON'l'GI.AIR. N. -I. Killed in action THOMAS ROGICRS RII.IiY, I.u:xuNo'u'oN Killed ilu auction. I-'eluu'u:ury, I9-Il FRED GI'IARI.lf1S ROGICRS. l.ou:ku'our. N. Y. Killed in zuctiou. April, Ill-I-l RllSSl'1l.l. AIIBRICY SANDICRS. Got'uNt:'l'ox Killed in Llfllllll. Mauy S. I9-ll OTHOR RANDOl.l'I'l SHADWIGK. Owufxsuuouzo Killed in auction, july l5. llll-I LAYMAN ICARI. SI-IAIN. Muuuwoon Killed iuu zurtion. Mauy 20, Ill-lvl TYRON Y. SMITH. PRINGI-I'I'ON Killed iuu Auction, Murclt, l9l'l FRANCIS WILLIAM 'l'Hl'lIS. I-Iucxm-insox l'l:une ertush, jauuuuaury, lllvl-I ROllI'lR'I' DUNCAN THOMAS. Fu.t-zmtmzsluuuuuz Killed iuu auction, -launtuaury lti, lflul-I HENRY FIICLDING 'l'llRNIiR. JR.. I'tnur:uu Killed iuu :ueliou AIOHN DANIC WILSON, SOMI-fRSI"'I' Killed in auction. Mzurclu. Illll HAROLD ICIJGICNIC WINN, Muuox Killed in tuelion. 'july lil, Ill-ll DON YOUNG, Nuc:uuot.Asvtl.t.t-t Killed iuu auction. July 30. I9-I-I PAIYI. SMICAZY YOUNG, NlIllDI.I'f'I'OlVN Killed in uuctiou. june 2l. Ill-I-I FACULTY DR. HARRISON GARMICN, Ifllllllllfllflg-Y lfIlII'Tif1l.Y August 7. Ill-I-I liI.I.liRY I.. HAl.l., Iflixlnry October 8, llll-I AllGllS'I"llS NOAH MAY Septemlueu' 20. lil-I-I DR. WliI.I.ING'l'ON I'A'I'RICK. Iiduralimu May -I. I9-lil 'I'OI.I.Il'i RIDDLIC, Iixlwlxirrlu Fllflll December 23, I9-ll CARl.li'I'ON THOMAS, Vixiliug jrluysirimu Decenulueu' 2, l9l-I GORDON O. THIIRMAN. Iirugim'1'1'i1ug Noveuuuluer ti. lllulul In lllemuriam Dedication To future generations of stttdents, we dedicate the i945 Kentuekian. May they enjoy and appreciate the beautiful campus that they too will call their own. To those men and wotnen who have given their lives that this and every other American campus might. remain free and lovely, we dedicate: Look God, I've never spoken to you, But now I want to say How do you do, You see, God, they told tne you didn't exist, And like a fool, I believed all this. Last, night from a shell hole, I saw your sky, I figured right then they had told me a lie. Had I taken time to see the things you made, I'd have known they weren't calling a spade a spade. I wondet', God, if you'd shake my hand. Somehow I feel that you will understand, Funny I had to come to this hellish place, Before I had time to see your facie. YfVell I guess there isn't. much more to say, But I'm sure glad, God, I INCL you today. I gttess the "zero hour" will soon be here, But I'm not afraid since I know you're near. The signal! NVell, Cod, l'll have to go I like yott lots, this I want you to know, Look now, this will be a horrible fight, X'Vho knows, I tnay come to your house tonight. Tho I wasn't friendly to you before, I wonder, God, if you'd wait at yottr door. Look, I'm crying! Me! Shedding tears! I wish I'd known you these many years. VVell, l'll have to go now, God, goodbye! Strange, since I niet you, I'm not. afraid to die. -Taken from the body of a dead soldier II-IBIE III IIUIIIEIIIS DEANS ORGANIZATIONS Student Government FEATURES Agriculture CLASSES RGIIQIOH Publications SPORTS Honorories ATHLETICS Dormitories MILITARY GREEKS CALENDAR INDEX The Deans llighl: I'rcsidcnl H. I.. Dmlovun. rel HCI' Clur'lm'i.w': Lco Clmmlmcrluin. clcnn ol' thc University :xml registrar: Dunn livnns. l.:lw: Donn I'nylm'. liclllfzllioll: Dunn l"unkho11scl'. cQl'1llllllllC Sclmol: llvaln lioyll, Arts and Sviclwcs: Dunn Wicsl. CUIIIIIICITCZ Dunn 'l'crrcll. Zlflillg' clcaln ol' thc linginccl'il1g mllculc in lhc ZIIHSCIIUC ui' Dczm flfilllilllll :xml llczul Cooper. Agrifull liwlazv: Mrs. Silfllh li. Holmes, Dunn ul' XVUIHCIII Miss .lame llznsclmlcn, ,'xSSiSl1lIll Dczm ol' Wumcui xml 'II 'II -loncs. HCZIII oi' Men. Q . . ,gg ! 77" A 1-. X , Wg.. ..,,M,, N A V -..,,, A gp.. X W5 --...,.. fi 43: X .wg V Q.. qu- mm in Jsmav.-u All wen vm 1- . 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Chi f,llIl'f'I1l. :uni livllx' I-lnvm-s, ,Xlplun Kiznnnm In-lm. lmfl: Quccn Doris IXI:u':l1lIvy is l'lL0Wlll'K' In' Colonel Klhipmzm :ll lhc Illllllllll bull Bill l'1l!lIDl'Y. llI'L'Silll'l1l ul' llu' Sllll'l'Ill Um'- Cl'llllll'lll ,'XSSOCi2IliUll. csmrlcml llu' Kllll'l'lI while thc 1lllClldlllllS, Misscs Doris Smith. Mnurvcn Rosv, :md Lucy Mcyvr wore' cs- c'm'lc4l hy llli'llllll'l'S of ilu- .-XS'l'I'. we , '- 'w345 . sw.. -tj.-M'-vf f M..-rv ' -.- M... ll v If ' 'X ,......., -. ' 5 J l f -5:-f 91 . ,x 'I'- ',. unpo- fw-.f.X.. - f' ,,,,.m.- NNW, auf' - , " A v J: .r:.aaw-J 4 W-HM. .- 44 .M , af 'xii ' M: ,'. EAM Cx K! , Q F Agia ,. .- qw. Q Nagy- A -bf, --A , Nici' .-N 'f -, W... xr V 'IU ""' .f1"'gg.f7 "91 'gj -, ' . X , V 5 ' .-0, ,- f ' sf . SI V 1 , , Zi, if 57. t .s l .. x f.i . ji ,vi A: W '-'ffwf 1: ' . ' .tg - . ' 1 H "j'..,34.1'-f"- X ' ' ..:-'fuzz --M, -ffN.F-5pf3'?l?:'g3 K 8 ' ' 1. ' x r w ve: ,' x 1:9fsf ' v' V v 9-w.,,, .Q " , Q 4 - Wax ,- , Tai? A10 W cw, Hia.. 7 1 .1 .Nic 5.-...N XfVe, the students, pay tribute to Dr. Grant C. Knight, wlm has been elected prolessor ol' the year by fellow faculty members. I-Ie has been given a three- montll leave olf absence to do researell work. Upr PE3BL,1G SENIORS IRENIE BLAIR ADAMS Columbia Ellucalirm Kappa Delta Phi .IOAN AKICRS Carrollton Arls and Scie11rcx Phl Beta: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch: University of Kentucky Troupers MARTHA ,IANIC ALLICN Lexington Arls will Sfrir'm'zfs Alpha Xi Delta: Y.W.C.A.: K-Dets: Pitkin Club, Vlce-President HARRll'I'l'TIi FORMAN ALLISON Muysvillc ,'Igric1llt1u'e and Home Ecrmomifs Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A., Treasurer ICLO ISIC W. A M M. Ii R M A N Paris ,-Igricullilrf' uml Home Iirvmomizrs Alpha Xl Delta: Home Economics Club:: Y.W.C.A.: Women's Adminis- trative Councll NANCY JANE ADAMS Lexington .flgricullure and Home Economics SuKy: Cwens: Radlo Studlo: Orches- tra: Dance Committee: Kentucklan: Dutch Lunch Club: Phi Upsllon Omi- cron: Y.W.C.A.: Outing Club: House Commlttec lII'Z'l"l'li ANNIE ALLEN Lexington .flrlx and Scienres Alpha. Delta Pi: Phl Beta: Guignol ROZIELLA ALLIEN Henderson .-lgrirullurr' and Home lfrfmomics 4-H Club: Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club RUBY WHl'I'Nl'1Y ALLISON Columbian Arts and .Sciollmrs Bacteriology Society I-ZA Rl.. FRA N KLI N ASHCRAIVI' Irvine Law Independent: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Stu- dent Government Assoclatlon: Student Bar Associatlon MARY I'2I.I'1ANOIl IIAKII I jackson CUIlHIIl'I'l'lf Alpha Xl Delta, Treasurer: S.G,A. Vic- tory Committee, Chairman: Glee Club: K-Dets: Buslness Educatlon Club, President: Secretarial Club: Co-Busl- ncss Manager of 1045 Kentucklan IIIINIC Il,-XKIQR Hopkinsville .-lrlx run! Srrirrrlfm Independent: Kentucklan, Editor: B.S.U., President: Theta Sigma Phi, President: Mortar Board: Who's Who Among Students ln American Univer- Sltles and Colleges: Cwens, Y.W.C.A.: Pltkln Club, Women's Admlnlstratlve Council: Kernel: Victory Committee: Kampus Kouslns: Dutch Lunch: "K" Book MARY CJ,'VI'HI'1RINI'1 IIAKICR I-Iaxzml ClJlIlllll'I'l'l? Independent HlIGlII'1'I"I'Ii I'-.KI.ZOI..'X Mexico City xlrls and Srrimums Who's Who Among Students in Amer- lcan Universities and Colleges: Mortar Board: Owens: Phi Beta Kappa: Cos- mopolitan Club: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: Philosophy Club VIRGINIA S'I'lIAR'I' II.'XSIiI'2'I"I' Casper, Wyoming .flrls and Scimlrcs Delta Delta Delta. Treasurer: Y.W.C. A.. President: Mortar Board, Trea- SUTCFC Pl Mu Epsilon. Vice-Director: Alpha Q Lambda Delta, Secretary: Cwens, 'Vice-President: Pitkin Club' Philosophy Club SENIORS ANNI'Z-SOMICRS IlAIl,I'1Y Roanoke. Virginian Arls and Sricnccs Alpha Delta PI, Social Service Chair- man: B.S.U.: Y.W.C.A.: Kcntucklant Koflee Klub M ICRII IIAKICR Hopkinsville EIltLfill1'l"I'illg' Independent: Who's Who Among Stu- dents In American Universities and Colleges: Y.M.C.A.. President: Ken- tucklan, Managing Edltor: Phalanx, President: A. S. M. E., P r e s I d e n t: Y.M.C.A., Centennial Committee Chalr- man: S.G.A. Representative 12 yearsrl Kentucky Engineer, Associate Editor: Baptist Student Council, Co-Vlce- Presldent: Co-Editor Y's Owl: K-Book: Kernel: Interfaith Councll: Soclal Committee: Y.M.C.A. Advlsory Board: Pltkln Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Kam- pus Kouslns: Outing Club: S.G.A. FI- nance Committee: Olnlcron Delta Kappa ROY lI.'Xl,l..'XRIl Lexington .-Ig'ri1'11lllm' und llonm lCr,'olmn1irr.: Independent lIli'I"l'Y IIANIC IIARNICS Central City Agricullflrce and Home Ecfmolnirx Independent OLLIE MARII-I IIE.-NN lVinchcsler fIg'riculIure mul Home Er'ormuli1'.v Home Economics Club: Dutch Lunch: Y.W.C.A. SENIORS l"R,"XNClCS VAIDICN lll'll.l. Nnsllvillc. 'Vcnncsscc .I-Iris and Sr'ir'n1'r's Kappa Kappa Gamma, President: Panhellenlc. President: Social Com- mittee of U.K.: Koffee Klub: Kampus Kouslnsg K-Dcts: Y.W.C.A.: Union Board Art Committee HIil.IiN I4l'1R'l'R.-KM Vuncclmrg lfzlumlirm Alpha Delta Pi: Y.W.C.A.: W.A.A. LORICNIC l'fl,ANKl'1N5l-lll' H Lexington .-1gr'ir:1lllu'f' mul llnnnf limuunziax' Phi Upsllon Omlcron RUTH l5R.fKDl"ORD l,cxinglon Colnnrcrre Kappa Delta, Assistant Rush Chair- man: Glce Club: Chorlsters: K-Dets: Student Union Committee: Secretarial Club: Phi Beta: Freshman Y.W.C.A.: Pitkin Club, Treasurer liI,lZAlSlC'l'l-l BROWN Lexington Edxlcalion MARIA clcl CARMICN lll'1NAVllJliS Costa Rican .-Iris and Scimzcav IAURA JICANIQ llI,AKl'Z jackson ,-lrlx and Sciences Alpha X1 Delta, Phi Beta: Glee Club: Choristers SA RA H HOG.-KN Frzmklin C0llIllII'I'!,'!! Alpha Gamma Delta, Y.W.C.A. Sigma Epsilon Chi: K c n t. u c k i a n Staff: Gulgnol IRIENE ISRIDGICM.-XN Whcclwrighl Cmmnw'c1: Independent BICRNIICIC BIRD BROWNING Williamsburg .-lrls mul S!filfHl'l'.Y Alpha Delta Pl: Glee Club: Chorlsters: Y.W.C.A. , il RUTH BOYD RUNNING Hopkinsville Education Y.W.C.A.: Independent lil'1SSlli ISURRIS Paris Ezlumlion Kappa Delta Pl: Independent WlLI.lA M. GA R'l'H CAMl'llliLl. Lexington Arls and Sciences Delta Tau Delta: Spanish Club: Ker- 1181: Tennis Club: Radio Studlos MAISICI. CARNIES Pineville Arls and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Bl5'l"l'Y CARROLL Shcpherdsville Cmmllrrrce Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Secre- tarlal Club Tl SENIORS Dl'1Wl'l"l' O. BURKE Lebanon Cormnerce Independent: Y.M.C.A. Freshman Club, President: Y.M.C,A. Cabinet: Y.M.C.A. Advisory Board: Pitkin Club: Kernel, Reporter: Kampus Kouslns: Outlng Club CHARLIAISNIC BURRIS Paris Agriculllmf and Home ECONOIIUCS Independent, Secretary-Treasurer: Owens, W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A., Vice-Presb dent: Home Economics Club, Vice- Presldent: Interfaith Councll, Trea- surer: 4-H Club: Dormitory Council: SuKy: Mortar Board: Phi Upsllon Omicron: Student Government Asso- clation: K-Dets lll'Z'l"l'Y SUE CAPEN Donna, Texas Conlmcrclf M ILIJ R ICD CA RN ES Pineville Arls mul Sciences Alpha Xl Delta MYRA Nlil,l, CHERRY Hopkinsville tlg"l'iC1lHlll'!f and Home Economics Independent: Home Sconomlcs Club: Y.W.C.A. SENIORS VORMAN AUBRA CHRISMAN, JR. Pikeville Engineering Independent: Y. M. C. A., President: Freshman Club Advisor, Advisory Board Member: "K" Book. Edltor: State Student Y.M.C,A. of Kentucky: Westminster Fellowship Group, Presl- dent: Phalanx, Cb-Vlce-President: A.S.C.E., Vive-President: S.G.A. Rep- resentative: Board of Student Publi- cations: Athletic Advlsory Board: Unlverslty Social Committee: Inter- faith Council: Pltkln Club: Cos- mopolitan Club: Kampus Kouslns: Men's Glee Club: Unlverslty Chor- lsters: Who's Who: Wolf Club, Presi- dent: Omlcron Delta Kappa ALMA CLARKSON Maysvillc Agriculture and Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta: Y.W.C.A.: SuKy: K-Dets: Home Economics Club: Kernel Staff: Victory Corps HICLICN MARIE KZOBURN Garrett Agrimllzmr and Home Iicouomicx ALYCIC NVARD CONLICY Puinlsvillc flrtx mul Sciences l,ll,LlAN G. l". COOK NVashinglon, ll. C. Arls and SCf!'lIl'0S MARVIN l.. CHURNI-LY Louisville Commerce Zeta Beta Tau: Student Government Association: Inter-fraternity Councll: Pitkin Club MOLLY HA R I' CLAYTON Paris COIIIIIIHWTL' Independent: SuKy: Y.W.C.A., Social Committee of Union Board: Music Committee of Unlon: W.A.A.: Secre- tarial Club: French Club l'1lll'l'H CONANT Lexington l511gi11e1'ring Chl Omega: Cwens: K-Dets: Student Union Commlttee: Kentucklan Staff: Y.W.C.A.i A.S.C.E. IillLliN COOK Danville Commerce Chi Omega: K-Dells: Y.W.C.A. M AR l li C0'l"l'l NGHAM Henderson Commerce Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union War Effort Committee MARY l'A'l'RiClA CO'l"l'Rlil.I, Chicago, illinois Eflucalirm Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer: Y.W.C.A.: W.A.A.: Newman Club MARY l'1LlZAlil'1'I'H CRAWFORD Lexington Arts and Sciences Independent: Alpha Lambda Delta. Vice-President: Cwens: Women's 'Glee club: K-Dets: Baptist Student Union: Y.W.C.A.: Kentucklan Staff: Dutch Lunch Club: Pltkin Club: Student Union War Effort Committee ROSALIIC CREECI-1 Pine Mountain flgricullimr and I-Ionic I5c'oumniz's MARY HIQLICN DALICY Lexington Commerce Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary: Y.W.C.A. MARTHA ICVANS DAVIS Lexington Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma: Y.W.C.A. SENIORS ANNIE LOUISE COWGILL Lexington Arls mul Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta: Glee Club: Choristers Ml.l.lJRI'IlJ ADALINIC CRAWFORD Lexington Arls and Science-s . Independent: Y.W.C.A.: Pryor Pre- Medical Society: K-Dets: Baptist Stu- dent Unlon: Dutch Lunch Club: Ken- tucklan Staff: Student Union War Ef- fort Committee KZLYDR CROl'l'liR Lexington flg'l'l:l,'HH'lH'lf and Home Econmnics Independent: Phalanx: Baptist Stu- dent Union: Y.M.C.A. AUDRY .IANIC DANKS Covington 1-'i1't.v and Sciences DOROTH Y LOUISE DICNNES Ashland ,-lrlx and Scimlccs French Club SENIORS LILLIAN IRENE DICKENS Albany Education Independent CLICORA DONOVAN Mount Olivet Arts and Sciences Independent: Glee Club: Bacteriology Society ELlZAlll'1'I'H VICICCH DOSKER Louisville Ezlumtion Ka a Ka a Gamma' WAA' YW DD PD - - - -- - - C.A.: K-Dets: Art Committee: Kam- pus Kouslns: Pitkin Club CARL DUNCAN Ashland Engineering RUTH ANN EARNICSI' Lexington Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pl RUTH MUDGIC DIMOCK Lexington Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Standards Chairman: House Committee: Kotfee Klub, Chairman: Student Union Board 'lCLlZABl'1'l'H DORSILY Henderson Commerce Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union War Effort Committee ICLSIE jl5NOlSl'l DOTSON Harlan Arts and Sciences Y.W.C.A. THOMAS EVANS EARLE Lexington Arts and Sciences Independent: Alpha Chl Sigma: Stu- dent Afflllate of American Chemical Society SUSAN VIRGINIA EBLEN Henderson Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta: Y,W.C.A.: K- Kets: House Committee of Student Union Board JANET EDYVARDS Rockl'm'cl, Illinois .flrls and Science.: Delta Delta Delta: Kernel. Editor: Y-W.C.A.: K-Dets: Theta Sigma Phi ANNE CONNER ENSMINGER Lexington Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma NANCY 1zLizAn12'1'H FAULKNER Lexington Arls and Sciences Y-W.c.A. Cabinet: Theta sigma Phi: W-A-A-I Councll: Cwens: Mortar B09-fd: Who's who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges MARTHA JANE FITZPATRICK Hazard Agricullurc and Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta BETTY HARRIS FRAYSURE Frankfort Arts and Sciences 322:21 Xl Delta, President: Student nment Association: Panhellenlcg Alma Magna Mater: Student Standards Committee SENIORS LLOYD ELKIN Lexington flrlx and Scienrcs Alpha Chl Sigma. VIRGINIA MARGARET EUBANK Covington Commerce FRANCES FLETCHER FIELD Lexington Arls and Scivficrnv Kappa Kappa Gamma ANNIE FRANCES FOLEY Lexington Commerce Newman Club: Y.W.C.A. PHYLLIS RENNA FREED Passaic, New Jersey Arls and Sciences Inter-Faith Council, President: Inter- Race Council: Le Cercle Francais, President: Spanish Club. Secretary: Hillel Youth Group: Y.W.C.A.: Cos- mopolitan Club, Secretary SENIORS MAR-IORIIC FREEMAN Lcxington Arls and Szrimzces Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chairman: Phi Beta: Y.W.C.A.: Glee Club: Gulgnol: Radio Trio: Chorlsters I'A'I'RICIA GABLIG Hartforrl Gily, Indiana Eflumlion Y.W.C.A.: Independent: K-Dets ANNIE I'ILIZAllI'I'I'I-I GARRISON i Lexington Iirlumtimz Y.W.C.A.: Secretarial Club MARY GORDON GILLESPIE Mayslick Arls and Sciences Independent: Chl Delta Phi: K-Dets: Konee Klub: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union House Committee SARAH FRANCES GOODWVIN Princeton Education Y.W.C,A.: Sigma Epsilon Chl ANNE R. FRYIC Gynthiana fIg"ri1'ull4mf mul I-lame Econontirx Alpha Xl Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Phi Up- sllon Omlcron: Home Economics Club ,IICAN ORSRURN GALLOWAY Madisonville Arls and Sri1'm'r:s Kappa Delta. Secretary: Kappa Delta Pl: Student Union Board: Y.W.C.A.: Glee Club: K-Dets: House Presldent's Council MARTHA GAYLE Lexington Iirlumlinn Chl Omega: W.A.A.: K-Dets: Student Union Committee ZELMA GOLDENISERG Mcrion, Pennsylvania Arls and Scizfncm Independent: Y.W.C.A.: Bacteriology Society: W.A.A.: Interfaith Council PRISCILLA GRADDY Lexington Agriculture mul Home Economics Independent: Phi Beta: Phi Upsllon Omlcron: Cwens: Mortar Board: Tau Sigma: Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club: K-Dets. Cornell Award ANNE GREENE Mouul Sterling C0lll7lN'1'f'lf I AMANDA HAMIBLETT Madisonville Arts and Sriencr-s Alpha Delta Pl, Corresponding Secre- tary: Y.w.c.A.: Band: w.A.A.: ouc- U18 Club: House Presldent's Council, Presldent RENA DEIVI"I'T I-IARMON Pcrryfville flgrirullure and Home Ecrmomirs Independent: Y.W,C.A.: 4-H Club: Home Economics Club WILLIAM DAYTON HATCHER. JR. Ford 's Ferry E11gim'r'ri11g JANET HELSEL Altoona, Pennsylvania Commerce Y-W.C.A.: Slgma Epsilon Chl: Business Education Club SENIORS EVELYN GREENE jpuesville Arls mul Sciences Independent: Baptist Student Union: University 4-H Club: Glee Club: Y.W. C.A.: Outing Club: Hamilton House, Historian CATHERINE LUCILLE HARDIN Shepclerclsville Education Independent: Band: Glee Club: Baptist Student Union: 240 Club: Philhar- monic Orchestra MARION V. HARRIS Lexington flgricullurc and Home Economics Independent: SuKy: K-Dets: TMI Sigma, President: Y.W.C.A. IRENE ELIZABETH HAYNIE Wilmorc Arls mul Srir'n1'f's LOUISE ELIZABETH HENDRY Holt Commerre Independent, Social Chairman: Y.W. C.A.: K-Dets: Outing Club: Sigma Ep- silon Chl: Philosophy Club SENIORS FRED N. HILL Lexington ,flrls mul Srir'11n's Independent: Alpha Chl Slgma: Stu- dent Affiliate of American Chemical Society ANNE ELIZAIIETH HOWELL Atlanta, Georgia Arts and Sciefzrws Alpha Delta Pl: Baptlst Student Union Council: Y.W.C.A.: Glee Club: Chl Delta Phi, Inter-Faith Councll MARJORIE HUNSINCER Louisville flrls mul Slfilffllllhi' Chi Omega: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union Board Committee RICHARD HENRY HUNT Lexington Arts and Scicnrcs Independent: Alpha Chl Sigma: Band: Student Alflllate, American Chemical Society JOHN RUSSELL JENKINS Paintsville E71ginClfTi7lg Alpha Tau Omega MARGARET ANN HOLLYFIELD Clianlcstown, West. Virginia flgricullure and Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta: Kappa Delta. Pl: Home Economics Club WANDA JUNE HUBBARD Covington Education Kappa Delta: K-Dets: Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet, Treasurer: Gulgnol EMILY HUNT . Muylielcl Commerce Alpha Gamma Delta, President: Stu- dent Union Board, House Committee: K-Dets: Student Government Associa- tlon: Y.W.C.A.: Secretarial Club: Kentucklan Business Staff: Sigma Ep- silon Chl: Panhellenlc Council CHESTER COOPER JENKINS Louisville Engineering Alpha Chl Sigma MARTHA LEE JONES Winchester flgricullure and Home Economics Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club PAT KENDALL Riclgely, Tennessee flgrimtlturc and Home Ecmmmirx Alpha Xi Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Home Eco- nomics Club ELIZABETH PAYNE KIRKPATRICK Lexington Arts and Sciencex Chl Omega: Y.W.C.A.: Gutgnol, Assist- llllff APC Dll'eCl20I' MARY LOUISE LAND Eminence lfrlumlimt Independent MAURICE LEACH, -IR. Lexington Arts and Scirmces Independent: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Plt kln Club: Student Union Board: Inter- Falth Council RUTH ELLEN LINK Lexington Agriculture and Home Economics Alpha Xl Delta: Phl Upsllon Omlcron: H0me Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. K-Dets SENIORS DOROTHY ELISE KIRKLAND Orzuigebllrg, South Carolina Arts and Scienrcs Bacteriology Society, Treasurer MARJORIE JANE LAND Lexington Agriculture and Home Economics Delta Delta Delta.: K-Dets: Y.W.C.A. PATTY CLIF LANE Mount Sterling Arts and Scicnres Chl Omega NVINNIE ROY LENVIS Wildic Agriculture and Home Economics Independent: Women's Athletic Asso- ciation: Y.W.C.A.: K-Dets: Home Eco- nomics Club: Outing Club, President HELEN PORTER LIPSCOMB ' Lexington Arts and Scimmcx Independent: Phi Beta: Mortar Board: Y.W.C.A. SENIORS EDNA LYKINS Cilny City I Inn: nu'rr1' SUE BISHOP MCCLANAI-IAN Mohile, Alulmnm ,-Iris and Srirfrirm Kappa Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Philosophy Club HELEN SM ITH MCMITRTRY Lnwrencelmrg Eflumlirm Troupers: Y.W.C.A.: Women's Athletic Association: Tau Sigma: Alma Magna Mater MINERVA MA INS Augusta Conmmrcrv Independent SHIRLEY MOSER MARSHALL Louisville ,4grimzll1n'r: mul Home Emnomirs Y.W,C.A.: Home Economics Club MARGERY MCCABE Versailles Arts mul Sr'ir'nm's Pitkin Club: Gulgnol: Dutch Lunch Club, Secretary: Y.W.C.A. MARIE LOUISE MCCEOWN Versailles flrlx and Sri1'm:r's Chl Omega: Phi Beta: Glee Club: Panhellenlc: Women's Administrative Council: K-Dets: Spanish Club MILDRED FAYE MAGGARD Pninlsville Iirllmntion Kappa Delta: Tau Sigma: Student Unlon Board: Y.W.C.A. TERESA JANE MANN Lexington COIIIIIIIFIYW MARY GEORGE MARTIN 'l"ifton. Georgia Comnzerrfe Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Sec- retary: Sigma Epsilon Chl: Student Union House Committee LUCY MEYER Lexington flrls nnrl Scierwmr Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Women's Athletic Asso- ciation: Student Standards Committee: SUKYZ Cwens: Mortar Board Sopho- more Plaque: Mortar Board: Philo- S0Dhy Club, Vice-President: University Social Committee: Attendant Beauty Queen '44: House Presldent's Com- mittee: Phi Betn Kuppn. MARY LOUIS MITTS Willizunslown Agrimzlllwc and Home Iimnomics' Alpha Gamma Delta, Publicity Chair- man: Kentucklan, Copy Editor: Ker- Hel. Columnist and Reporter: Chl Delta Phi, Treasurer: Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omlcron: Outing Club: Y.W.C.A.: Women's Athletic Association: German Club: K-Dets: Glee Club: Gulgnol: Activities Com- mittee, Student Union Building SYLVIA IRENE MORGAN I,.uGrungc Erlufvllion GEORGIANNE MOSS Winchester A rls and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma, Secretary: Y.W.C.A.: Guignol: Kampus Kousins: K-Dets: Koffee Klub: Art Committee of Student Union Board MARGARET IRENE NEW ELL Bronslon Com merre Y.W.C.A.: K-Dets: Student Govern- ment Association: Kampus Kousins SENIORS LOUISE BURTON MILWARD Lexington Arls and Srir'n1'r's Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rush Chair- man: Pan-Hellenic Council HELEN MARIE MONIER Berea flgrirullurrf and Home Ecmmmirs Independent: Y.W.C.A.: Home Eco- nomics Club IHLLIE MORRIS Glnscro Arls and Scimrrvs Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Stu- dent Unlon War Effort Committee MARIE LOUISE MUNROE Tzlllzllinssee. Florida A rls mul Sl'i!f7N7l'S Kappa Delta: Gulgnol: Bacteriology Society: Glec Club ADA VAUGI-IN NEWLAND Stanford Arts mul Sri1'rm's Alpha Lnmbdn Delta 43 i SENIORS LELIA TUCKER NICHOLS Lexington Agriculture and Home Economics Chl Omega: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Home Economics Club: Kernel Staff: Glee Club: Victory Corps ELIZABETH NOLLAU Wilmington, Delaware Artx rmrl Sciences ELLEN LUCILLE O'BANNON Lexington Arts aml Sciences Kappa Delta. Social Service Chair- man: Mortar Board, President: Cwens: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: Tau Sigma, Secre- eary: SuKy, Vice-President: Cheer- leader: U.K. Troupers: K-Dets: Glee Club: Pitkin Club: Who's Who Among Students ln American Unlversltles and Colleges: Student Government Asso- clatlon, Judiciary Committee IRIS JEAN OMER Grovc Center Arts and Sciences Chl Omega: Y.W.C.A., Secretary: Women's Athletic Association, Secre- tary: Pltkln Club: Cheerleader MARj0RIE PALMORE Horse Cavc Arts and Sciences Mortar Board: Cwens: Kentucklan, Business Manager: Tau Sigma: Wom- en's Athletic Association: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: K-Dets: Student Government Association ELIZABETH NOBLE Hendersonville, North Carolina Arls and Sciences Delta Zeta: Phi Beta Kappa MASON NOOE Shcphcrdsville Commerce Independent: Phalanx SUSAN JANE OLDI-IAM Lexington ' Education Independent: Cwens: Alpha Lambda Delta: SuKy: Freshman Club: Mortar Board: Pitkin Club: Women's Ath- letlc Association Councll: Cosmopol- ltan Club NORA RUTH PACE Ridgeway, Virginia Arts and Sciences Glee Club: Phl Beta: Mortar Board: Cwens RAMELLE PATTERSON Louisville Arts and Sciences Independent Party, President: New man Club, President: Glee Club: Bac- teriology Soclety: Student Government Association, Judiciary Commlttee: Women's Council: Women's Athletic Association LORRAINE ALLEN PERRY Grunclyj Virginia Educalion JEAN HOLLIDAY l'Hll'l'S Louisville Agriculture and Home Ecorzomics Alpha Gamma Delta: Gulgnol: Student Unlon Committee: Home Economics Club DO RlS A. l'OR"l'ER Hodgenville Agriculture and Home Economics Y-W.C.A.: Phl Upsllon Omlcron: Home Economics Club: 4-H Club ES'l'HliR -IANE PRICE Lexington Agriculture and Home Economics Alpha Xl Delta: Home Economics Club MARY MARGARET REIBOLD Dayton, Ohio Arts and Sciences Chl Omega SENIORS llUANl'1'A L. I'HlLl.ll'S Stearns A rls and Sciences Y.W.C.A.: K-Dets: Dutch Lunch Club: Pryor Pre-Medical Society MARTHA KIANE l'Hll'l'S P2lllllCZlll Agriculture and Home Economics Kappa Delta: Phi Upsllon Omlcron: Home Economics Club, President: Y.W. C.A.: K-Dets: Student Unlon Board: Gulgnol MARY M.AR'I'l-lA PRESLEY Clarksdalc, Mississippi Arls and Sciences Delta Delta Delta, President: Pan- Hellenlc, Treasurer: Y.W.C.A.: Phllo- sophy Club: Student Union War Ef- fort Committee SARA DEE RAINEY Ashland Arts and Sciences -Alpha Gamma Delta, Social Chairman: Kentucklan Staff, Associate Editor: Y.W.C.A.: K-Dets: Student Union War Effort Committee: Bacteriology So- ciety: Gulgnol PATRICIA RlMM.ER llrcslonsburg Commerce Kappa Delta: Guignol: Y.W.C.A.: K- Dets: Women's Athletic Association: Student Union Board SENIORS DOROTHY VIRGINIA ROBINSON Georgetown Ezlucalirm Alpha XI Delta IIIAXINIC ROGERS Liberty Conmmrcrf Alpha Delta Pl: Y.W.C.A.: Philosophy Club: Women's Athletic Assoclatlon: Slgma Epsllon Chl: K-Dets jlIllI'I'H Row1.ANn I Macco flgrirzllllmf and Home licnnufnirs LOIIISIC SGHOLL Ilrutcnuhl, Ohio Arts und Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha: Bacteriology Society: Y.W.C.A. ' Ill'1R'I'II'1 If. SICXTON Lexington .'Ig1'i1rull11rc mul Home Iffrolllunilw Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.: Baptist Student Union: Home Economlcs Club: Dutch Lunch Club ICLOISIC ROGICRS Pikeville flrls and Sci1'nc4'.r Alpha Delta PI: Y.W.C.A.: German Club: Philosophy Club VIRGINIA l.I-IIC ROSICN Winchester flrls uml Sciences Troupers: Y.W.C.A.: Hillel Group: Dutch Lunch Club LAWRI'1NGI'1WII.IfRI'1D SGHNICIIDPZR Bronx, New York .rlrls mul Scimzcws Zeta Beta TMI M A RG ICRY SCHWARTZ D. JUNE SGO'l"l' Cunuscrngu, New York .Iris and Srienrrnv Kappa Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Kernel CHARLSEY SHEARER Lexington Arlx and Sciences Baptist Student Union: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: German Club: - French Club ALICE MURPHY SIIQUICL m Lexington Arts and Sciences Y.W.C.A.: Newman Club: Dutch Lunch Club DORIS L. SINGLI'1'l'ON Louisville Arls aml Sciences Y.W'.C.A.: Phllosophy Club, Publicity Chairman: Outlng Club: Kernel, Man- Hlling Editor: Theta Sigma Phi, Vice- President RONVICNA SPARKS Ashland flgricullurc and Home Ecmwlnics Alpha Delta Pi: Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. MARY ANN STANARD Huntington, West Virginia Commerce KB-Dpa Kappa Gamma: Secretarial Club: K-Dets: Gulgnol: Koffee Klub: Student Union Board House Commit- tee: Student Union War Effort Com- mlttee: Dutch Lunch Club SENIORS NANCY CLAY SHROPSHIRIC Georgetown Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Co-Rush Chairman: Y.W.C.A.: Student Government Asso- ciation, Representative: S t u d e n t Union Dance Committee: Date Bureau: War Chest Drive ltl'1'l"l'Y SIMPSON Nicllolnsville Arts and .S'cim1c0.v Delta Delta Delta: Bacteriology Society NA NCY GICN li SMITH Louisville .-1grifrull1mf and Home lfcmlomifx SALLY SPICARS Paris Commerce Kappa Kappa Gamma DAVID JOSIGPH STANONIS Lexington Arts rind SITIUIICPS Alpha Chl Sigma: Student Afllllate of American Chemical Society I I SENIORS ANN S'l'lil'l-IENSON l'ikevillc Arts and Scicncex Delta Delta Delta, Secretary: Y.W. C.A'.: Philosophy Club, Secretary: Ger- man Club: Student Union War Etfort Committee: Koffee Klub M.ARGARl'1'l' STOKES Lexington Agriculture and Home Ecrmomics Alpha Xl Delta, Rush Chairman: Pan- Hellenlc: SuKy: Y.W.C.A.: Alma Mater MILDRICD ALICE 'l'A'l'llM Lclmnon Agriculture mul Home Economics Y.W,C.A.: Home Economics Club 'l'l-IELMA LllCll,l.lC 'l'l-IOMPSON Sudicvillc Agriculture and Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta: K-Dets: Y.W. C.A.: Home Economics Club: Ken- tucklan Staff VIRGINIA HILL 'l'Ol.LlVIiR Fulton Agricullunz and Home Iiconomicx Phi Upsllon Omicron: Home Econom- lcs Club: Y.W.C.A.: Alma Magna Mater: Outing Club MARY liLlZAlllC'I'H STIGALL Danville flrls and Sciences Independent: Y. W. C. A. C a bln e t: Cwens: Bacteriology Society: Inter- Racial Club, Chairman: Student Union War Effort Committee IN lil W YCLI l+'l"l'1 S'l'RO'l'Hl'1R Grayson Commcrrrc Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Secre- tary: Beta Sigma Phi: K-Dets: Student Union Board House Committee: Ker- nel, Advertising Stan: Kentucklan Staff EVICLYN CLARK THOMPSON Lexington Agriz.'11lIln'f: and Home Economics Kappa Delta. Rush Chairman: K-Dets: Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club, Sen- ior Advisor: Pan-Hellenic Council: Phi Upsllon Omicron, President: Student Union Committee: Women's Adminis- trative Council: Dutch Lunch Club .IRAN 'l'lNLl'ZY Pineville flrls and Scizmrex Alpha Gamma Delta: Gulgnol: Y.W. C.A.: Student Union War Effort Com- mittee ICUITH TURNIER Danville .-lgriculluru and Home Iicmmmica Sigma Kappa Q l l .ll'1SSl'1l'1 STOKICS 'l'Yl.lER Lexington .lrls mul S!'il'IIl,'!'S Pitkin Club: Y.W.C.A.: Outing Club: Dutch Lunch Club: German Club: Student Unlon Dance Committee ANN.-X MARY WAGNICR Webster Groves. Missouri .rlrlx and S1'i1fn1'1'.v Alpha Gamma Delta, Vlce-President: Alpha Lambda Delta: Cwens: Mortar Board Freshman Award: Phi Beta Kappa Book Award: Mortar Board S0Dhomore Plaque: Gulgnol: Y.W.C.A.: Bacteriology Society, President: Pryor Pre-Medical Society: Cllque Repro- sentatlve: P'hl Beta Kappa M.'XR'l'l"l,'X l,OllISl'1 Wl'2l.I.l'lR Lexington C0llIllll'i'I'If Baptist Student Union: Glco Club: K-Dots: Sigma Epsilon Chi MA RY llUSl'1l'l I l N li WHI'l'l'1H0llSI" l.cxinglon .'lg'l'il'llIflIl'l' mul flllllll' 1ff'0llUllll!'S Delta Delta Delta: Glee Club: Y.W. C.A.: Alma Magna Mater: Sophomore Representative to Agriculture Council: Phl Upsllon Omlcron, Vlce-President: Kampus Kouslns: 4-H Club: Dutch Lunch Club l'Zl.OlSl'1 Wll,l.lAMS l,l'CSl0llSlDlll'g CUIIIWIIIITITI' Kappa Delta, Rush Chairman: Y.W. C.A.: Pan-Hellenic Council: Koffee Klub SENIORS MARGIIC l.l'1lC VILLICSVIK Louisville .I-Iris and Srizrnr,-rw Chl Omega: Bacteriology Society lll'1'l"l'Y l'AlCLl'1 WALTINIAN Lexinglon .-lgric'ulIu1'r: and Home I?frn1lrnnic.r Alpha Xi Delta. KAYl'l l'. WHI'l'l'1 Louisville flrlx mul Sl'iUlI!'1'X Chl Omega: Y.W.C.A.: Womon's Ath- letic Association: Cheerleader JJXNIC l5l'll,WO0ll WICLQSINTON 'l'zlylorsville nlrlx mul Sl:'il!lll'US Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union War Effort Committee: Student Union, House President ll.XRllARJX l"R.fXNlilil, WINTICRS Paris .lrls and Sciwzrws Independent: Y.W.C.A.: Alma Magna Mater: Dutch Lunch Club SENIORS JEAN CARROLL VWIRICMAN Louisa Arls and Sl'il3IllT6S Alpha Gamma Delta: Kentucklun Staff: Y.W.C.A.: Guignol: Art Club, President: Student Union War Effort Committee ISONNIIC .IANIC WOO'l"l'l'IN Lexington lirllurulinn Independent: Women's Athletic Asso- ciation: Tau Sigma: K-Dcts: Kentuck- lun Stull: Student Union Activities Committee MARIAN YA'I'liS Lexinglon flrls and Scimlcus Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Lambda Delta, President: Chl Delta Phl, Presl- dent:-K-Dets, Captain: Cwens: Stu- dent Unlon Board, Vlce-President: Y.W.C.A.: French Club: Phl Beta Kappa: SuKy: Who's Who MARY CIHARLICS WOOD Lexington xlg7'f!'lLIllITl! and Home Ecomnuirrx Home Economics Club: Newman Club llORO'l'l'IY WORD Hopkinsville .-lgr'if,'lllIlll'1: mul Inlnnnf lZl70lllIHlil'N Independent: Hamilton House, Tren- surer: 4-H Club: Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club WILLIAM HENRY ZIMMICRMAN Louisville flgl'i!,'llH1I'P'f? and Home Economics Independent: Phalanx 50 , ALl3I'1R'I'A MA Rl IC ADAMS Lexington ,-I Vis mul Sl,'il'lIL'l'S AN NA MA Ii IEAILICY Wheelwright .-lrlxm11ISciz'ncr'.t' CICNIC IIA RR Parts ,Iris and S1'ic'ncc.v A I IS'I'ICI .L BI'ZA'I'O N Lexington Com nmrcn ICUNIEVA Llili BIAS Mzlysville Iirlucaliml M I LDRICD MILLER IILOOM Lexington A rl.: and Sci1'1urr's HAROLD YV. COLLINS Anllnurgey EII1ll,'llIi0lI RAYMOND COLICMAN CRAYIC Lexington IYIIIIUIIIIIIII ICLOISIC IBIIRI. Ill-ZUIARNI'1'I"I'I'1 Rielnnontl CUIIIIIIIFTLYT CARI. BROWN ICDIVARDS Central City Erlncalimz LLOYD MARTIN IQLKIN Lexington .fl rls and Sciwzccs ANN CANNON FRANK Hztrrotlsbttrg Ellucaliou NICWICLL I'. HADDICN ' Lexington ,-I rls and Scicnrcs I'HOMAS MARSHALL HAI-IN. Lexington . I rlx and Scicllccs Nb WINN ORIDCIQ HORD Mztysvillc ,fl rl.: and Scimzccx IiIi'I"I'YIi MeCLANAI-IAN HUNT V:1lleySt:1tion ,-I rls and Sci1f11cn.v MARCARIET PATRICIA KICLLICR Lexington ,flrls and Scimrcvx PATSY KICNNIQDY Riclgcly, Tenn. .f"Igl'iC1llllH'6 mul Home Economics JAMES STEWART LI'I"I'LIi Portsmoutli, Ohio Art.: and Sciences HA N NA H ALICIC MCCOLLO M Henderson fIgI'iCllIlll7'!? and Home limnomicx MARY KATH ICRIN IC MACMILLIAN llerezt .fl rlx and Scicnccx IlI'1'I'H MAXXVIELL I,CIIYCIlWOI'IIl. Kansas .fl rlx unrl Srir'm'1'x FRA NCICS CARY MOOMAIV Roanoke, Val. Iillucalimt lSI'I'I"I'Y .IAN IC ISR ICWIC R MOORE Lexington .-Igricullurc and 1101110 Ecmmnzics MAXINIE LEWIS PIERRINIC Lexington .fl rls and Sciences MARY ISRI'IlVS'l'ICR l'I-IliLI'S Cloverport ni rls and S!TIl'll!'!'.Y NORMA YVILSON PI-IILLII'S Micltlleslmoro .flrls and Sciences NICLL GRIGSBY RICIC Greenville .-I rlx rnnlScia11cr'.v RICHARD EMMIET RICHARDS Winchester .-lrlsrutrlS1'i1fm'f's 51 SENIORS MARClll'lRl'I'l'1 YVILDA RILIQY Pikeville I-Iris and Srfiwlccs VIRGINIA Llill ROSICN Winchester fl rlx and Scic'ncr'.t MILITRICI7 I'IRNl'lS'I'INI'l SALLHF Rielnnontl .Iris and SCIlflll'l'S CAROLYN L. SI-IOIEFFLICR Louisville Erlucalion FRANCES SM I'I'l-I Lexington .fl rlx nml Scimlccs MARY LOUISE SMITI-I Ashlztntl .lgricullurc and Home lirzmmnzics DORIS ANN SMI'I'HI'1R Ft':ntkI'ot'l Colmmfrcff IOSICPHINIC CI.ASCOCli S'l'OIfIiR LCIIJIIIOII .tl rlx rn1rISr'if'm'r.v LOIJISI'2 WICLCII 'l'IiA'I'I'1R Nicliolusville HIIIICIIIIIIII CA RNICR ICINVI N 'I'IlSSI'1Y Lexington ul rlx rmrl Scim1cr'.v VIVI AN IRICN IE VICRICRY Bethescln IYIIIICIIIIIIII, PICCCY YVARD Inez ,'Igl'Il7IlIIlll'lfIlllllHtilllt'1fl'fllIUllII!'A MA R Y ICDY' I 'H Ii WA'I 'SO N Catnphellsville lirluculinn O'l'IS Llili WILLI AMS Crestwootl .-lgricull uw' JUNIORS Ann Preston Alilmett litlwin:t Alllillllllll lletty ll1lllC..'Xtl1lll' Nlnry li. Mrerson Helly Anne .Ninos Ann English Anderson Covington Lexington llristol. Virginian Paris 'l"r:n1klin, Tennessee Mount Sterling Arm and Scimrcns Commerce Comnwrcc Comnzcrce flrlx and Scirwccs Educnlirm jenn Anderson Ruth Anthony Helen R. Arnoltl -l2llllCC N. Ayers Virginia Louise llzihli Lilly llnker lC:n'le, .'xl'li1lllS1lS New Albany. lntliztnn l'i2Illll0lllll Clevelzmtl, Ohio Bristol. Tennessee Lexington Clllllllllfiflf ,lgr.nr1rl Ilulnf' lic. .lrlx rlnrl S1'ir'l1r'z'.v ilrlx llllll Scimlr,'r'.v CUllllll!fl'!'U lfflllffllflill Ruth .lllflftfy llull Helly Al. llztrnes Ann llurron litl Ikztry Olltellu Nl1ll'll2IliLTll joe llennewilz llllllilllll lVllll2llllSl0WlI Lexington llellvne Pikeville Greenville .-I rls mul .S'z:i1:llca'.s A rlx nur! S1'ir1l1rr'.r A rls mul S1'i1'll1'1'.v fl rlx mul S1'i1'n1'1'.v ul rls rl11rlScir'llu'.v rl rlx mul SCflflIL'l'S Imogene llCl'l'ylll1lll llezttrice l.. llinlel Belly Faye llinlel XVillie Lee lllztckford Virginia lllilllli lithel Watts Blzmtoll Winchester Bowling Green Bowling Green Wilmore Delray lle:1c'l1,l"loriclu Richmond flgr. mul Iilonur Fc. Agr. mul Home lic. Erlucrzlion flgr. anrl Ilmuv lic. .-lrlx mul SlTil?lICI'S .-lrts nnrl Srimicvs 52 JUNIORS Rcglllillil S. Bowen Betty Ann llrnner Ann llronston Ewing MQG. Brown Virginia l.on Brown l.nrie Catherine llrnre lulllallmetltlown Lexington Lexington Lexington llatlztril Stearns f'iP'l.Y mul .S'1'1mlc1's .-lgr. null Ilomr' Iirr. fl rlx ami S1'ir'l1fFr'.v ,lg'r. uml l'Imn1' lic. .-I Vlx anal Sr'iz'11rfr'.v pl rlx m11lSr-iw1rrw.v . NUFIIIZI Lovetln lhtell .leunne llnrezlu liinmv N. Blister Muryhelle Culvert Marcella Cznnphell Wilma jennnc Clznmilzi CllllllJCl'lilllti Lexington .I:nnestown Mztysville I-l:tl:n'cl Williutnson. XV. Vat. C0lllIllt.'I'1'l' .'iVI.YllIl1i Sr'i1'r1r'1'.v pl rls mul Sr'fr'llr'1'.v .-iris nruISr'irr1r'f's .'lrl.x'un1l S1'ir'n1'r.v .IrlsnmlSrir'r1r'1'.x' Norine Cztnn Mzirgurel li. Cannon Betty Sue Clzwutlters joyee Cnson Kitty CZ. Clnn'chill BCIIY Clzmly lfecl lleltsrille. Mal. Lexington fiyllllllilllll Nirholnsville Lexington .-lrlsrmrlSr'iz'11r1'.v ffllllfllliflll Cmrlnzfrnf .-lrls mul .Wi1'1r1'r'.v l'I1l111'rlIiml .-lgr. unrl I'IUlHI' l'Ir'. 17... Mary Fox Clarke Miriam Cohen I-lugl1'l'homns Collclt janet Ewing Collins joseph li. Covington jenn Shirley Crabb Marysville Brooklyn, New York Majestic Lexington Bowling Green Rowlells Cn1l1mm'r1: fiUlllllll'l'!'If fl rlx nnrl Srir'm'1'.v CUlII1ll!'I'l'l' I,u1u ul rlx unrl S1.'ivnm'x 53 JUNIORS lilizalmetlt 'l'. Crapster Marianne Cross Billie -Iuanita Dale Dorothy Curtis l"ranc'es Ann Daniel .lane Darnaby Wittrltesler Menlo Park, CIalil'ornia Paris Lexington Lexington Paris .lrlx null .S'1'ir'nr".v .lrlx nnrl .S'1'ir'nr'r'.t .firlx mul Sr'ir'n1'r's .flrlx mul Sf'i1'rt1r1's .lrlx nrlrl S1'ir'n1'1'.v Crmtmcrte llelen lfrances Davis Mary Lillian Davis Alice Louise Dean Paris Shelbyville Lexington flgr. mul llonn' lir. .flrlx rnlrl S1'iz'11n'.t flrls znrrl S!.'i1f7lC'I'S Mary li. Dickinson lilla llohon Doggett Mary -lane Dorsey Bradenton, lfloritla Owingsville Horse Cave A rlx rlnrl Sciz'r1nr'.v Ic'rl1u'r1limr Arls uml S1'i1'nm's Nancy .lane Dempsey Adele G. Denman lirlanger Nicltolasville flrls mul S1.'ir'1lr'1's .lrlx rlml Srir'ncrs Mattie Evelyn Douglas Cornelia C. Dozier Horse Cave Madisonville fl rls null Srir'nrr'.t .1 rlx and S1'i1'nrrr'.t Marie Denton Somerset -lrlxrn1rl.S'1'i1r11rfr'.r llrewst er Phelps Cloverporli 'l rls null Srirwcws Mildred Dunn I.neille liclwarcls Anite Clair Elliott Jeanne H. Elliott William R. limliry, jr. Mary Wallis livans Benton llurlington Lexington Lexington Lexington Pineville flgr. Illlfl Ilomr' ICU. lfllllfllliflll flgr. and llnuu: Eff. ,flrlx mul Scir'n1'1'.t' ClllllIlIlfI'I'l! fl rlx llllfl S1'im1r1'.v 54 4 JUNIORS Ag11csl,.Fc11i111111'0 31113111111 Fc11i111111'c Nl:1r1l1z1 Fc11l1'css l1CllyFlCltl l,ilIi:111 B. l"i11l1-1' Holly l1uclflcisl1111:111 l.cxi11glo11 l.cxi11g.1l1111 llc1'111l1111 X'c1's:1illcs M:11lis1111villc l,cxi11gl1111 11 rls 111111 S1fi1'111'1'.1 .'l1'lx111111 Sl'1l'1IL'C.V .f1g1'.111111 H111111' Ii1', .11'I.v111111S1fi1'111'1'x .11 rlx 111111 S1'11'111'1'x A-lrlx 111111 S1vi1'11r1'.v .lllliu ll1lilz1l1cll1 Foley Clulrlcs Hc111'yF11x R11sc111:11'y l"1'cc1l111:111 .1Xli1'c livclyn l"l'CCllIllll .loc G:11'1l11c1' xxllll Gzlrsl l1CXlIlgl0ll I,cxi11glo11 Asl1l:1111l l.cxi11g11111 l'11'l:111gc1' l.cxi11gl1111 1l1'l.v111111 S1'i1'111'1fs IfI1g11lI7l?l'111g' IC11111'11li1111 .-lg'1'.111111 H111111' lic. 11115111111 Sci1'111'1'x .'1l'1.Y1llll1 S1'i1'11r1'.v Cl:1111li11c Gibson C:11'oly11 F. C'iils1111 1'1CllyAllll Gi1101'1'l1i11 Huxcl Gl:1ssc111'k lili1z1l1cll1 F.C11ggi11 M:11'g:11'cI Coggin Sl. Si111011sIsl:1111l,Gal. l.cxi11gl011 l,cxi11g'lo11 fll'11vclSwilc'l1 Dover l.:1111':1slv1' xl rlx 111111 S1'i1'11r1fs lx'1l111'111i1111 .-11'l.v111111S1'i1'111'1',v .1g'r. 111111 lfflllll' Fc. .l1'ls111111 Sni1'11r1'.v .-lgr. 111111 l'lOIl11' lfr. Ruth A1111 G1':11111is M:11'i1111 Louise c1l'2lVCS 'l'l1cl111:1 june G111lg1:ll I.:1111':1 I.o11iscI-l:1:1sc Doris Ruth Hull lf:11111ic Hall l"lc111i11gsl1111'g I-I1111li11g11111. W. V:1. l.CXllljJQl0l1 I111lcpc111lc11cc l,cxi11gl011 li11l1:111kx .-1g1'i1'111l'111'1' .f11'I.v111111S1'i1'111'1f.1 flgr. 111111 lI111111' lic. .flrlx 111111 S1'i1:111'1f.v nlrlx 111111 Sni1f111.'1'.v pl rlx 111111 S1'i1'111'1'.v 55 JUNIORS Margaret C. Iflattcr Carolyn M. Hayes Cloria V. Hentlerson .Inanita Marie l'Ienclry lira Carolyn Hensley listher ll. Herman Franklin Lexington llallas.Ccorgia Holt Frankfort Lexington .-lgr. rinrl Ilunl1'l'frr. .flrtx null SL'i1fn1'r's CUllIlIltfl'!'I' Crmrnmrm: figllllllll'10lHl'EC. xlgr. 111111 I-lonur lic. Ann llernclon james Mathews Hisle Ann Yancey Hollantl lilenor M. Hopkins llelcn Lucille l-Iorton Ceralclinc Hoskins Lexington Lexington New Castle Ashland lltlrnsiclc Crah Orchartl flrlx unrl S1'fr'nr'r'.v lirigim'1'i'i1lg' CUIIlIll!'lY'l! fiillllflllillll .flrlx rlnll .S'f'i1fIl!'l!S .I rlx null .H'r'i1fn1'1'.v Andrey Hntlaker Catherine ll. Hunt Martha E. james jacqnelinc Jenkins Myra Maxine johnson .jnliettc Jones Louisville Lexington Charlotte, N. C. Asley, Ohio Ceorgetown Mayheld Cflllllllfflflf C0llIllIf'l'l'lf Com 1nf'rr'1' Commerce nlgr. llllfl Hmnrf EC. Arls and SCilflll,'l?.Y Marie Dncllcy jones limily Collins Jones Florence jones Mary Collins jones lileanore M. Keeti Shirley Kceti North Miclcllctown North Mitlrllelown Corhin North Miclclletown Cntnherlancl Ctnnhcrland llnnlnmrrv' fiIlHHllI'l'l'If ,-lgr. mul Ilunu' lic, flgr. mul llunur Fr. ulrlxrnl1lSr'irfnrr.v ,'li'ls'n1uI Sr'ifrur1'.v 56 JUNIORS Nlztry Knsh Lon Keith.-lr. Colonzt May Kenney Louis li. Kitlwell.jr. Marian l.ee Krauss Ritz: lfztye Krnyetl keystone, XV. Vu. l':lll1lllCllll0Wll Owenton Parris Lexington Lexington ffUlIIlll!'l'Cl! .-I rlx mul S1'i1'1t1'1'.v .lrls rmrl S1'i1'm'r's .tl rls rlnrl Sr'i1'm'1'.v xlgr. rlml llomr Ifr. l'f1lu1'nlim1 -........ .Itllie I,.Zllllll'lllll Male li. l.IlIllll'lIIll l"r:n1ces Lawton Beverly l.e:lt'lnn:ln Blllflll S. Legg William R. LeCr:tntI Lexington Lexington Louisville Lztkewootl. Ohio llentlerson. N. C. Owensboro -'l rlx :tml .S'1'i1'n1'1'.v .-I rlx nm! Srir'nr1'.v pl rlx rnulSrr1'r'rm'.v .'l rlx nnrl S1'irrm'e'.v .-Iris mul Sr'irm'r'.r .-lgrirullurr Ruth Ellen Link Ruth Robertson Litsey Dorothy Locke Nancy L. l.ockery Mildred Louise Long Relmeecn Carolyn Lowe Lexington Springliclcl Winchester Szuzrannento Georgetown l':ttlne:1h -'l,L1'r. mul Home 1517. CYIIIIIIIIWITII flrlx mul Sri1'm'1's flgr. Illlll fllllllf' lift. .-I rlx and S!7flfIl!'L'.Y .-lgr. mul Home ICF. ....... Jewell Mcllec Ann MeBrnyer Surah jenn lNlt'l1znninon Maury Beth M.elf:n'l:tn Wilnut lf. McMnllin Betty june IXleN:nner flgr. and Horne lfrr. l.:twrent'elnn'g Lelmnon Lexington Il:n't'otlshurg Sotnerset Lex inglon .'lI'lNllIl1l Sr.'i1fur'1f.v .Al rlx nnrl S1'imlrf:'.r xl rlx :tml Sr'irfl1n'.r Rl,lll'Nli4lll ,'iIlgiIlIfI'P'l.llLf 57 JUNIORS l'1liml1etltMc'Neal Lexington .lrls rmrl .S'r'i1'nr'r'.t' Martha Bell Mann Mary Margaret Marks Ruth Adams Martin Atnelia ll. Mason Mary lilizalxellt Mason Lexington Danville Lexington Russellville Lexington ,lrls rrnrl Srir'1lr'1's pl rlx foul Sr:iz'n1'r's ,-I rlx r11:rlSrimu'1fs .lgrz and I-Ionn' lic. .lrls mul S!'i!fIl!'lf.Y lletlt Sllirley Maxwell l,CIll'CllW0l'lll, Kansas A rlx mul .S'r'i1'r11'r'.v Helen Bryan Millnan Lake lforest. lll. lffrlucnlion Shirley Meister Lexington .flrls foul Srirfrlrm' Mariorie Mitchell Glasgow xlrls mul S!'flfIII'!?X , , an Harriet Messet' .loyee Alice Miller Carett Ashland A rlx foul Sf'i1'11r'1's CllllllllIf1'!.'II Dottie Lou Moore Mildred Allen Moore Pikeville Lexington flrlx and Sriffnfes A rls mul Sl.'l'If7I!'l'.V Mary lidwards Miller Mary jane Miller Lexington Madisonville flrls nllrl S!'il'lI1,'l!.Y xl rl.t' and Sf'ien1'lf5 .lantcs Iiarl NIOITCZIIIX Aleene Morris Lexington Lancaster Engincrfrivtg nlgr. null Home EC 'l'l1ontas R. Moseley l-Zstlter Vaugltn Nevitt Martha Pauline Null Lucy Byrd Olivet' Nancy lillen O'Rear 'lane Ontland Lexington Lexingt on Lexington Glasgow Versailles l'aduealt .rl rlx null .S'1'ir'm'r'.v flrlx Illlfl Srirnlr1'.v xlgr. rnlrl l'Iuln1' ICC. ."lg'r. unll I-lomz' ICU. rlrlx rmrl S1'ia'm'rfx :Iris null Srirmrns 58 JUNIORS Dorothy -lean l':t:lr Gwentlolyn D. Pace llettye Mildred Park .'XllIliI'1l Parks Mary Louise Patton 'leztn Paxton Lexington V Tuvatres, Floridzt Richmond Lexington ilynthiznm Howling Green c10llHll!71'l'!f ,tlrlx a11rlScicncc.v COIlIlll1f1'!'l' CUIIIIIIVIYTI' ilrlx uurl Sr'i1'lt1'1'.v .lrlx rmfl Sf'i1'r1r'1'.x' Doris Harney Pollitt Dorothy Louise Porter Pertnelizt A. Preston Rohert Doyle l'reston Rohin Rhett l'rit'e Mxtrthzt li. l'rnitt Ashlztntl Ashland Ashland Seco Bowling Green Henderson fi0llIll1I'I'l'!7 Iflllllfflliflll fl rls Illlli Scimtrwv Law flrlx and S1'il'!lI'l'.Y .-I rls mul S1'iullr'es Mary june Ratmscy Sarah K. Rztnkin Carrol Rtuuch Virginian Allison Ray Conrutl A. Rit'h:n'tlson. jr. Martha june Ringo Mzulisonville Lexington Newport: Lexington Mount Sterling l.exington fl1'l.vrln1l Srimtnrs flgr. 111111 I-lmnf' lic. ,fl VIS mul Sr'ir'l11'r'.v I'I1l:u'r1Iirm .-lrlx mul Srimzrws .lgr. null llonn' lic. -lean Ritchie john j. Rohhins Dor:1Lec Robertson Sztrnh Marshall Rodes Mztrgnret li. Rogers Maury Virginitt Rogers Viper Lexington Lexington Lexington Lexington Winchester .firlx rlml S1'i1fIIf'lf.Y .tl rlx rmrl SI'ilfll!.'I'S fl rlx mul Sr'i1rnr'1'.v .-I rl.v mul S1'i1:rln'.v ,tl rlx mul Srirrrivex A rlx mul .ql'i1'lIl'l'.V 59 JUNIORS Helen Marie Rose Maurene Rose lvolou Ross llettie Harris Russell Ruth lillen Schroeder Alene Lenla Scott Lexington Lexington Cincinnati, Ohio jackson, Tennessee livansville. Indiana Ashland lirlurnliun flIlllIllIlfI'!'I! .fl rls nn1lSrim1r'r.v .-l rls mul Sf'irr111'1fs .-l rls mul Srir:n1'1'.r lillttrnlion Iris Deane Shannon l'at Shely Nancy L. Shepherd Rehecca .lane Shinklc Lois .lean Shipley litnily lleth Shiptnan Louisville Lexington Richmond Lexington Indianapolis. Indiana Shelbyville xlgr. nnrl lInm1'I'Ir. I'Irlur'rtliun flgr.rlnrllflnm1' lir. flgr. unrl l'lonl1' lic, .'l rlx mul Sr'ir'm'r'.v .Irlx and S1'icnr'1's Gwendolyn Shryock lVanda Lee Shuperl Marian Slater Ann Caroline Stnith Doris 'l'alhott Stnith llorolha Louise Stnith Owenton Warsaw lirlanger Lexington Lexington Sharpshurg flgr. and Home lic. ,-I rls mul S1'i1'nm's flrlx ru11lScicnn:.v CIIIIIIIIWIYTI' ,flrls and Sricncrfx .-lgr. and!-I0m1:Ec. litnilic Varden Smith Marjorie Stnith Mildred Marie Smith 'l'hchna Spalding Mildred Sparks Alice Spencer Lexington Owenton Clorhin Lebanon Lexington Winchester ul rlx rlml .S'r'irflrrr'.s I'I1Iu1'rllinu ,-lrlx :tml S1'i1:1m1'x xlgr. Illlll Home lic. lizlurrrlliun xlgr. mul llunn' I'I1'. 60 l l L JUNIORS lielsy ll. Stevenson liinogene Stokes lClil:llmell1Sll'eeI l"rnnc'es Street XVilli:un Il. Slnrgill llorolliy S. Synipson Lexington Monticello Henderson Czuliz l,1'CSl0l1Slllll'l.f llurclslown Jgr. null Iflomr' liz: Connnr'1'r'1' .lrlx mul Srfielizrrx xlrls and Nl'irrrlr'1's Arts amlScic11c1'x .V-lrls !l1l!lSCi!f1ICl'S -.....,, Mary R. 'l'nc'ke1l lilizulmelli V. 'l':iylor Hamel julian 'l'nyIor l-Ielen june Taylor M:n'jorie ll. 'l':1ylor Nlznireen 'l':iylor Washington, ll. C. Greenville, Mississippi lllillslone Millslone Cyllllllllllil Lexington C!lHlllll'l'l'lf liflllfzlliml lCrl1u'aIiurl I'f1llu'nli0ll .lrls r1n1ISriwrf'1'.x .lrlx mul .S'r'ir'ru'rx Nancy lillen 'lily lor lSlIl3L'l'l'l'l'1IS fl2ll'UlAl1'2lll 'l'erry Belly jenn 'l'ex'is Dolores M, 'I'Iunnpson Marie ll. 'llnnnpson Lexington l'orlsxnon1li,Ohio Lexington Riclnnonml Kenvir Lexington .lrlx unfl Sr'ir'ru'1'x flrlx und .S'r'i1'Ilr'1'x ,lgix nnrl llonn' lir. .lrlx r:11rlSrirf1:rr.w CUllllIIl'l'1'l' .lrlx unrl Sr'i1'll1'1'.v -...... Polly A. Tliompson Many I.. 'lliornton Clyde R. '1'iplon,.Ir. Nnney lfillinore 'I'oll Alice .lane 'l'i'ilmlile George R. 'lwlll'llCl', lr. - Asliluncl Owenlon Erlangen' I.z1w1'cneclnn'g Richmond Oak Ridge, Tennessee .-lrlx and SL'ia:nc1'x .lgrx null Home Ee. Ifvzghlceriflg .-lrfs rmfl Sc1'c11r1'.v .Al rlx nu1lScicnra's Ellgl'?IClf7'I'IILf 61 JUNIORS Violet Louise Turner Alicia W. 'l'utwiler lleannetle Vineent ' janet Wallingford lletty l.ouise Walsh llarhara H. Ward Drift Mt. Hope, W. Va. Williamstown Covington Clynthiana Sununersville, W. Va lirlucation Ari.: mul Scicrlcrfs Iirlmralion ,fl rls and Sciences .flrls mul SCflflIl'I'.Y - Commerce lltDSCIlllM.WV1ll'll Virginia Warcl Henrietta Walls Margaret -I. Wharton Ajaines R. Whitley Grace K. Willmott Murray Wheelwright I-Iarrotlshurg Lexington Majestic Lexington A rls and Scimu'c.v CUIIHILHVTII fl Ms and Seiciicrzf xlrls and Sciences Conrmercc Ecluculion l'lllllly Wilson Rolierla l.ee Wilson lilivahelh l.ee Wright jean Wootl Wylie Russellville Owensboro Mount Sterling' Nieholasville fl rlx mul .S'ci1fn1'r'.s flrlx and Scimurrcf Erlucatiou. A rls mul S1,'im1rf'.s Betty Bradford Yagcr litlna Florinc York limily jane Young lillen Jane Ziglar Louisville Ft. Thomas Lexington Charlotte, N. C. Arts and Sciences .-lgr. and Home Ec. Arts and Sciences Engineering 62 Lucy Monlthrop Alexander Lexington A rls and Sciences .Ianice Ann Ayers Cleveland Heights, Ohio A rlx and Sciences .jane Louise Battdy Ashland .-lrlx and Sciences Betty Marguerite Barnes Williamstown ul rls and Scien1'e.v Harry Daniel Barnes Jackson .fl rls rind Sr'iem'e.r Leslie C. Barnes Mt. Sterling Commerce Ann Barron Lexington .fl rls and Seienmr Ruth Lee Bartlett Lexington COIHlll!f1'l'I' Othella Mae Batten Pikeville fl rls and Scierrmv Norma Ruth Blackford Wilmore .-I rlx u1lrIS1'iel11'1'.t Lattra Llcane Blake jackson pl rlx llHllSL'fl'lll'1'.V Barbara Ann Bloom Lexington .-I rls and Seiezrcev Virginia Wright Brady Lexington Erlilcrzlirm Betsy Clark Brown Shelbyville Eclucalion Betty Sue Capen Louisville Commerce Herbert Mumford Cassidy Lexington E1zgi11ee1'ing Dorothy Lyons Coons Lexington .'l rls and Sciences Mary Patricia Cottrell Chicago. Ill. .'1rl.r and Sciences Andrey Jane Danks Covington Arts and Sciences Nan Cecil Dawson Versailles Commerce Lillian Irene Dickens Albany Eflncrzlion W Virginia Margaret Iiubank Covington Commerce Meredith ll. livans Pineville .-'I rls mul Sciences Marcia Frances Feder 'l'yler, 'l'exas .fl rls and Scierlmv Mary lilla Fell Ashland Commerce Margaret -lean Hannnons Corbin A rls mul Sciences Mary Frances Helmick Covington xl rls mul Seiezicvs Cleta Mary Hopper Lexington fl rls and .S'eienres lilkamion Howard Harlan .-l rls u1nlSz:iem'e.v 'l'ed Vincent .Iill'1lCl Lowell, Mass. l?rlnr'nliun Henry Delbert johnson Ashland .-l rls 1nrrlSrri1'lm'.v Ana Maria julia Lexington .fl rls and Scie111'es julio Fedrieio julia Puerto Rico ,-I rls and Scienmt' Mary joe Keylon Rockwood, 'l'enn. fl rlx and Sciences lilllo William King. -lr. Lexington ,fl rls and Sciences William Benjamin Long Mayfield .lrls and Sciences George Matthew MeAlister Lexington nl rls and Scielwex lilmer Garnet te Martin Atnba Arls and Seiemvnv Leota Maxine Meade Danville .flrls and Sciences 63 JUNIORS Betsy .lane Mitchell Franklin .-I rlx mul Sciences Isabel Frances Michelson Oconto, Wis. fl rls and Sr'ienr'es listher Lyons Montgomery Lexington .il rls mul Sl'iI'll!'l'.N Mary jackson Mulligan Lexington fl rls and Sl'fl'lll'l'.V Hoyt Wilbur Noble Hazard Cnmnurrce Kathleen lidna Osborne Bicknell. Ind. V. A rlx mul Sr'ie1l1'es Barbara Nell Owen Paducah Cmnnierce james Lloyd Parrott Springfield Ellg'i1I1'l'i'iilg Willna Frances Powell Ewing .sl rls and S1'ir'rl1'r.v Robin Rhea Price Bowling Green .-lrI.r rln1l.S'1'iem'f'.x john Woodson Rcnlro Lexington .-I rl.r uml Sr'ienr'r'.v .lack Richard Scharstein Covington .'l rlx and Sf'ien1'1'.s' .lean Sullivan Frankfort .fl rls ami S!.'f0lll,'1'.Y lililabeth Ann Swift Lexington fl rls and Sciences Mary Elizabeth 'Fhomas Okos.W. Va. pl rls lHlll:gl'ilf7ll71'S Alice jane 'l'ribble Richmond ul rls and Sciences 'l'racy Wallace Irvine .'lrl.vr1n1lScieuces Katherine Patricia White Bnechel .-I rlx rlml Sr'i1fmrr.v Morgan O. XVoodtvard, Louisville flrlx and Sciences Charles B. Wooldridge Lexington Engineering l 6 , fi I DUJEBBLHSSES uni Sig T Q 1 -Ss, N Q . ' J' ,,7""' ' V 8 v 64 'YQ WM I X -1- ..'. , K g'. '., ' " Vi V'-, X .qv 4 -,, s W: Q , , J A L AGRlCllL'l'llRE X HOME ECONOMICS Blanche Brown IJU7ll'7'llll Matilda Katherine Brown Bloulnliclfl janie Moore Collins Frankfort Eugenia Donahue lmxinglon Helen Donovan Ml.Ollz1eI Mary Katherine liuhank Warsaw Hazel juanila Classcoek Gravel Switch William Stuart Haggard, jr. Paris Betty Keller Howe Lexington Lisette Berglund Hyde Lrfxinglon Reva Mae Ingram V 0 rm i I I cs Robert Lawrence johnstone lmxinglrm Ray Kenneth Keith Buffalo jo Ann Kloeeker Lvxinglon Mary Bennett LaMaster Lexington Florence Evelyn Landrum lfrunlclin joyce Bryant Lawton C1fnl1'ulCiIy Lucille Layman Cllllfjlllllllf Berenice Clay Lewis Frankforl Mary Betty Ligon Owcfnlon Cyrenne McCoun llliticlufsler julia Ann Maier I.onisvillc Helen Frances Mayhew Lexington Anne Maria Meacham Morgrmlicld Orville Ray Miller Bneclrcl Sara jane Murray Majllcwoorl, N. j. Ben F. Newman, jr. Boslnn Marjorie jeanne Newman PUTl.YlIl0lllll- Olzio Mary Esther Nolan Harlan Ann Wood Oldham Riclimrmd Betty jean Ramsey llfinclwster Elizabeth Ann Redding Lexington Betty jean Riddle Slonc Elizabeth Robinson Sjzringfialrl Edward Ceorge Rose Ownnlon Charles Thomas Rupley Danville joan Scott Hanson Walter Edmund Shropshire Lexington Helen Marie Shront Carlisle Gwendolyn Shryock Owffnlon Ralph Maurice Taylor lingllrul Frances Louise Wilhoyte Prospect Martha Ann XVord Oak Grove Esma jean Wyant Lexington ARTS k SCIENCES Barbara janet Allen Lcxinglon Edward Wiley Allin Lrvxinglon Alice Kathryn Armstrong Slvvmlson, A ln. Davis Corhin Atkins I.e.vinglon Rich:n'd Don Baker Somcrxel james Eeklund Banahan Lcxinglon joan Barnett Rockforl, W. Va. Edward Albert Bary Bellevue Dorothy Knight Beard Lexington Eleanor Ann Bennett Butler, Pa. 67 SOPHOMORES joseph Darrell Bennewitz Grvclnfillc Doris Evelyn Bentley Neon Virginia Dare Bernard .-lllmny Anne Kathryn Biggerstall Lexington Suzanne Bingham ' ' lronlon, Ohio Pervianne Lervia Birdwell I.oui.wille Bette Anne Bohn Fl. lfVayn0, Ind. Sue Ann Bradford Lexinglon Elizabeth Bland Broaddus Louisville Anne jamie Bronston Lvxlnglrm Lyle Louise Brooks Lexington james E. Brown, jr. Lffxinglon Martha Lou Brydon Earlinglon Helen Victoria Burke Lcxinglon Betty Belle Bybee Gcorgulozml. Mary Elivaheth Carey Suvannuli, Mo, Betty jean Carr jz'1lz:r.wn11vill1'. lnrl. juanita Cene Cart 1J!'lll1lllll,llf'lX. Ruhy joyce Cason Cjllllllillllll Mildred Marjorie Choate Sclmrc jane Hamilton Clarke Prexlrnislllirg Mary Patricia Clarke l,1'xinglon Martha Patterson Clements Lexington Kate Coil Mrulisrmvillc Hugh 'I'homas Collett Majestic Lindsey Shelton Conner Lexington Earl Belmel Cornette, jr. Central Cily jolm Edison Crawford, jr. lVlailexl1u1'g SOPHOMORES Helen Blakemore Crews Louisville Frances Ann Daniel Lexington ,Margaret Boone Davis 0l'l!lllll!!,, Fla. Adele Garrard Demnan lvllflllllllfllllllf Margaret Virginia Dickey lJelroil.Mi1'll, Geraldine Mary Dugan li0l'lt'f!ll'll, Ohio Thelma Lee lillenhurg Illlllfjllflllllflllflt Mary lilizaheth Ellis Danville Mildred Ordelle lird Lexington Helen jane lirrickson Lexington Lillian B. Finley Marlisonville Billie Claire Fischer ,Vatu Yllfk Ruth Rice Foster .Xlir'lmln.r1fill1r Annie Margaret Frances La Ifullfrllv, 'I'r'nn. Betty Brook Fulton Ifrmllrfnrl Kathleen Gernima Galvin Imvinglon Mary Sue Gamlilin Monticello Mary lilizabeth Gilford Lexington Marjorie Anntionette Gill Mallory, Tenn. Catherine Campbell Goman Sand C1'lf6li,lWiCll. joann livans Gorham Lexington Bonnie Claire Gormley Versailles Anne Louise Gray jejfersozmille, Ind. Mary Lou Greene Norwood, Ohio Patricia Lee Grilhn Lexington Mary jane Grimes Lexington Doris Barclay Guilfoil Lexington Sarah Gay Hall Lexington Emma jean Hardin Maud Amanda Helen Hardy Louisville Rnlh Davis Harper llerry Betty Ruth Harris Lexington Anne Carter Harrison Loniszlille Lucy Ann Hawkins P11 ll ll cn I 1 lilizaheth Lucretia Hayden Cecilia Betty Haynes Ellllllllflllllllllll, Tenn. Mary Damon Helvenston Live Oak, Fla. Simone Louise Henning Lexington Lillian Noland Harper Henderson Lexington Lela Lenora Henry Lexington 'l'homas Virgil Hensley Iturlinglon Palsy jo Hilnhs I'il:e1filIc Mary Margaret Higginson Mm'gn1llir'l1l Virginia Faye l-logge I.l'XllIgl0ll jolm james Hopkins Carlisle Richard john Howard jenkins Robert Goblin Hmne Imine Mildred Colvin jackson Henderson Patricia Lee jackson Ironton, Oltio Ann Garland jellries Springnelri Frances Paulinejenkins Selzree Charles Kirkpatrick jones Lexington Charles Wheeler justice. jr. Lzullow Margaret Barnwell Kaleher I.Ulll.Y1lllll! Mary Patricia Kassenhrock Louisville jennings Hiraln Kearby Fulton 68 lileanore Miriam Keett Cumberland lilva jeanne Keller Frunltfort Frances Fairfax Keller Lexington Hazel Dell Kennedy Lexington Virginia Louise Kennedy SIIIIIIITXCI Lalla Rookh Kirk Lexington Carolyn Ann Lect Lexington Martha Patton Linney Lexington Ralph Edwin Looney Lexington Shirley jane Love Newnrli, Ohio Kaysa Lund Lexington Hazel Yvonne Lyon tllm'elu'arl l Frances Ann Mcllrayer lmvrelufelntrg Patricia l.ee McClure ll'lliIeslrnrg Margaret Oliver McCorkle I Jlaxgvw Mary listelle McDonald Frank f o rl Melrose McGurk Lexington Doris lillen Macauley Creenwiclt, Conn. Martha Bell Mann Lexington Mary Margaret Marks Danville Mary Frances Matheny Stanford Martha Matlaek Lexington jane Ellen Miller Cincinnati, Ohio Mattie Louise Miracle I"rankfort Frances Mitchell Paris 'llll0lll2lS R. Moseley Lexington Ray liarlywine Murphy, jr. Lexington Geneva Louise Myers lflllllllllllll jo Ann Elizabeth Neal M illon - Suzanne Nicholas Paris Audrey Gray Owens M i fl 11 l cfslz o ro james lidward Parker, lll Lexington Perry Coggin Parrigin Lexington Alex Twytnan Payton I.o1ti.willrf Vletna juanila Payton Horse Cam: Ruth Perhnutter Lexington Sally Lindberg Peterson Willnn, Conn. liunice Gwendolyn Petrey M irl rl l es lm ro litnily lilizalmeth Plorh Hmnlmxvon Dorothy Leslie Powell New Castle Roberta May Ilatcltiord Lexlnglon Lucille Preston Ray .lIlL'li.t'0ll Ann Margaret Read Covinglmt Frances Lee Riley Piltcnillc juanita Ruth Robertson Lexington Caroline Cosby Rodes Lexington Virginia Kathryn Rogers Llfxlllglflil lidyth lnez Rontt Sonora Roselynne Routt I.a1in'1'm'el1u1'g Betty lperriekson Rucker tlmxinglnn 'Nl tney lililalmeth johnson Salisbury I.Ulli.Y'1llllll Lois Pearl Sasser Corbin Neonti Louise Schnitzler l'uris Wilbur Louis Srhu V cr.mille.v Ann Wallace Sheehy Lexington lattice Cordon Shepherd I.f'xinglon jean Florence Shropshire Paris lilizaheth Anne Simpson Owensllorn liva Moore Singleton Lexington Marian lililaheth Slater Erl1rng1'r Corona Louise Stnathers Lcxinglon Doris 'l'alhott Smith Lexington H ulxhard Wright Smith Paris Sarah Ruth Stnith Lexington lilizaheth Ann Snelling Carlisle Wanda Lee Spears Piltrfvillcf Lesley Lee Stalker St. Pcler.f1mrg. F Ia. Carol Mac Staton Cynthinnn Billy Bartratn Sturgill Prc,rlon.sInn'g Mary Ma rrs Swinehroad l"ranlrforl Charlotte Brounell 'l'albert lmxinglon Anne Orr Taylor Lexlnglon Marjorie jameson 'Taylor Cyntlrianu lililaheth Allan 'I'hontas Paris Lucy jane Thomas Lexinglon Site Anna 'l'hotnas Lexington Dorothy Pattline 'l'itsworth Kevil Margaret Ann 'l'oy l'I0ll!lll1'.YOIl Lorraine 'l'urck New York Cily, N. Y. Polly Ann Tuttle Honolulu, T. H. Alicia Watchord 'l'ntwiler Ml. Hope, W. Va. lileanor jane Van Arsdell Lexinglon Mary MacLeod vanBuren l"r'1'.mill1'.r , Reeda Rose Von Allnten l.oni.v1fillf: 69 SOPHOMORES Freda Wade I.onis11ill1f Betty Louise Walsh Cynllliann Margaret lilaine Watkins Lrfxinglon Phyllis Ann Watkins Cynlliimm Marjean Davis Wenstrup Clnrinnuli, Ohio Gene Allen Whisker I.1rxinglon jatnie Lee AVllllC I.onix1fill1r l"ranc'es Crutchfield Wicklille H 4'n1l1'rson Mary Lee Wicklille Greenvillrf Marjean Howard Wietners San l"runcisrn, Calif. Mary Lou Witherspoon I.1lwre11r:1rlm1'g jane Allene Wolf lvl1,'ll0lfl.V1llllIf jatnes Lee Wood liecltlwy, IV. Va. Bet tye jo Woolltnn ,l,If.Ylllg'llIlI Kathleen june Wrench Lffxinglon john Hughes Young L1-xinglon CZOMMERCI-I Mae Bronleld Adler Lexington lilizabelh jane Alsolirook Miami . Fla. Morton M. Ayarac'h Iironltlyn, N. Y. Dorothy Louise Baird Owarnslmro lilizahetlt j:tne Barnett ilflnrlixormille Ruth Goldwyn Billings Slanlon Sue Anne Bradford Lexington Norma Lovetta Buell C nm lmrllnnl Mary 'Thelma Cannon Bethel Margaret Blaine Cltatnpe fJlnn'l1'slon, IV. Va. Mary josephine Chiptnan I"nlrnonIlz SOPHOMORES Miriatn llelle Cohen Brooklyn, N. Y. lltha Rae Conrad Dry Ridge Marie Pearl Current Lexington Nancy Louise Donovan Carlisle Naomi Duncan ll'l1lIl1fyCiIy Williatn Russell limbry, Jr Lexington Mary lilitabeth Fstell I.1'xing'ton Florence Fox Lexington Clara Joy Francis Martin Mary lilitabeth Fulton l'lllfllIlIl.Q.S'lIll1'g' Geraldine Gooch Sonir'r.w'I llet ty Joyce Grote Pikeville Williatn Abel Gwillitn liirniinglmni, fl ln. Sarah Gay Hall Lexington Louanna Hammous Corbin Juanita Marie Hendry Holt Christine Hottseholder lflowali, Tenn. lilmns Lynn Houston Fulton Herbert Lottis Hudson Lynch Joyce livelyn lirwin Jacobs Lexington Martha Lawson Jacobs Lexington Etta Virginia Lemtnons Lexington Anti Clay Moore Frankfort Frances W. Murphy Clinton lilsie Catherine Nevitt Lexington Dorothy Jean Paar Lexington Williatn Robert Price Callellsburg M aut'ene Rose Lexington Marian Mayo Salisbury Came City Mary Elizabeth Scale Lexington Agnes lillmore Shreve Fairniont, W. Vu. limogene Stokes Monticello Juanita Warren Grzwrislnirg George Andrew Watson Wnlli ns Crrfek Willene Fatncl Yadon It roll lion rl Richard Yonngerman Lonisrfillr' IEDUCATION Thelma Imogene Blair Corbin Janice Louise llowers Covington Mary Ann llowman I.oni.vziillc Audrey V. llrown Lexington Jane Robinson lilliolt I.nnc1isl1'r Mabel Jean Farris Walton Ruth Stanton Gildart Sltelbynille Mildred Wheeler Jones A nelzorage Betty Jane Lcet Lexington Jesse B. McCune, Jr. Lonistfillrr Betty Jean Partlo Lexington Kathryn Carol Pollack Lexington Patricia Ann Pollack Lexington Sophie Powers Rhodes Mi1lrll1'.tlim'o Laura Belle Roberts Lexington Anne Demaris Smith Willianison, IV. Va. Mary Louise Sympson Lexington 70 Helen Florence Williams V H i I chi ns ENGINEERING Clifton Hugh Bassett Rillgetuoorl, N .1 . John Marvin Caslnnan HnrflinsInu'g Judson Pratt Cramer Lexington Roy Raymond Crawford ll"ltit4'sInt1'g lidward Leslie lilder llrozllienrl Charles Henry Fox lmxillgloiz Ralph Hays Hrzmlifrmn Richard li. Hicks Lexington Jean Margaret Johnston Mexico Denver Kelley Anco Jessie Marie Kemper Lexington Owen Holt Lewis Lexington lletty J. McNamer Somerset Howard Daugherty Mayhett Lexington James li. Morreaux Lexington Gerald Edward Napier Lebanon junction Barbara Benning Noland Ravenna Anne Charlotte Phillips Ilnwson Springs Jeanette Reynolds Gtwfrtville Joe C. Stephens Fill ton Howard Gayle Stewart Hnrtfo1'll Clyde R. Tipton lirlangcr Eugene Keith White Oruemlzoro lilleu Jane Zigler Charolette, N. C. ACRICULTURIE K HOMIE ECONOMICS Hortense Ackerman Clzllrleslon ll". Va. Thomas Haley Asbury Lexinglon Dorothy Louise llaird Onteitslmro Flora Baker Ricllmollrl Russell Leon Beatty l.e,x'inglnn Charles William llercrktnan Frrmlflorl Mae Kathryn Illaekford Crlllmtln Nell Bogie ",lI.Vl0II1Viii!! Shelby 'l'honuts llrznntuer Siixia Anne livans liunlin Carlisle Linville-Iohn Bush lVineln'sler Catherine Rebecca Calvert l.!?XllI'Q'lUll George Milton Catnpbell Frnnltlin Margaret jane Clatnphell R iisselzlillff Charlotte Virginia Clark Lexington Helen Lucille Crawford W hi tex I1 :arg llurnis Ralph Crider M ay li el rl Iilla Rose Crunte Lexinglon V l Charles Caudill Davis Sturgis janiee Mac Davis Cr'1'r'11H1fIfl Martha Ann llentseh 1 I.oui.v1Iillr' Ann Marie Donisi Mi1l1ll1'.rlnn'o, Ohio lfillllllclil Dowell 5 I,oui.willc jewell Frances listill lmxinglrm lirelyn Marie Fischer l.uGru11g1: Emery Lou Flanders l.!?.X'illg'l0Il Elizabeth Marie Fox Lexinglon lilizabeth Norma Frank Colrlews li rid ge l-Idtnonia Gallrein Valley Slnlion james lislell Goodwin M Il ysl i rl: Mildred lilizaheth Grabsnu l,1'.yinglon M.argaret lililabeth lirigsby l,oui,r1fiIl1f Virginia Haag fl'ffI'l'XUlli01llll Carolyn Ii. Hall Cr1:.rl1uoo1l Ollie Lee Hays Iiloomlielrl john Henry I'-Ieiek l'r0.rj1eel liugene Parker Henson l.il1r'rly Frances l-latnilton Horton Lexinglon Cecile Noel Hudson I"r1u1lcfnrl Othey Kyle Hunter llffarrorulmm' Charleen lililabelh jesse Vafrsrl il lex Betty .lane jeter , l.I'.YilIg'ilHI Thomas Howe .johnson l"il!llllllg'.Yl2lIl'g' Margaret Lucille Kauftnan jffjfersorilowii Nancy S. Kimbrough Lexinglon .Iaek Lancaster Slllnlping fifllllllll Katherine lililabeth Land Nirlmlnsvillfr Henry Sherman Leflrand Owrfnslmro Nancy llrena Long Ml. Slrrling William Clliaptnan Loyall Sunlim'r.will1' lluanita Mae McCarty lmxiiiglrnr Bettie Lou Melianiel Lnxinglon Noel Ileltnerc McDonald liUIliS1lllIl? Marilyn Dee Melvin Imxiiigloii Margaret Arnold Oldham lfiellnloml 71 F R E S H M E N Williatn Charles Padon Salem Bettie White l'arrish Riclznionrl liarly Herman Perry. -lr. Collll Shirley Hobert Phillips Wilrlin Kathleen Lenore Poor Lvxinglon Reuben Newton Pribble Gwn'g1'lozm1 Peggy Sue l'urye:n' Dixon Lois Madiline Redden I.1'xinglon 'l'rue C. Redwine Lexinglon William McClellan Reynolds Herlrler.rail Betty Rec Rhoads Lexinglrm Walter Leslie Riley Cave City Celeste lilizabeth Roberts Biloxi, Miss. Fielding Cant Rogers, jr. Prl1'i.v Willa Dean Rose Lrfxinglon Patti Rosenberger Valley Slnliml Dorothy May Sanford flrlinglon, Vrl. Bernice Sebree l'il07'l?IIClf Annabel Sergent Llfxlllgllill Allene Shirley Exim Carl W. Sinclair Lrrxinglon Mary Lon Sisk Nnlio ' Mary Louise Stnith flslllnnrl lirnest Sparkntan 1.ilI Cnr Dorothy Faye Speakes Lexington ll. H. Story, jr. I.l'Nlllg'llHl Cora Mae Strain iVI'l',lllllIX7llIll' Vella Dane Strong Lilmrly F R E S H M E N Edith Thatcher Alexandria Charles Howard 'l'heiss LaGrange I.ouerta Malline Thornherry Carlisle Robert jackson 'I'ingle Il ell I o rrl Martha Lec Ward M lIIIfO7'll'llfll1' Mary Louise Wehb 1.L'.Yll1-Lfl0ll Christine Whitehouse Lexington George Fletcher Willmott, jr Lexinglon Mary lillen Wills Dfllnfille lidward Louis Wornall Cynlhinna Anna Cassell Yllright I.exing'lon Dorothy Allen Yancey M nyxl i cl: AR'l'S K SCIICNCICS Natalia Abello Plllllllllll Vivian Ruth Abraham Lexinglon joan Spencer Adams Lexington Barbara Akers Carrolllon William Henry Allen Imxirzglon Bette jane Allison l"rrml:,forl William Almy Ml. M orris, M ich. Robert Lytle Anderson M rlyli elzl Shirley Ann Anderson Lexinglon Patricia jeanne Archer Plilllflllf, Mirrll. Leo Arenstein Iiroolclyu, N. Y. joseph lingene Armstrong Fulton Bernard Gwinn Arnall Llfxillglllll Robert Wilfred Arnold Iiurrlslown William Stephen Arnsparger Paris David Colson Asher Pflllfflilllf j. Harrison Bailey. jr. Clnylon, Mo. james Kenneth Bale Horse Cave Thelma Ruth Ball Pineville William Hughes Barkley l,exingIon Betty jean Bartee Clewrlrtnrl Heighlx, Ohio lidna jean Baylor V e rsa i l I es Richard 'l'heodore Beal Covinglon George lidwin Beckwith Harrollslmrg Ann Birk Owensboro Clay Massey Bishop M1ln1'lu'sler Helen Donnell Blake Carlisle Rose Marie Blanchet Lexington Margaret Lee Bolton Haznrrl Lloyd Lee Booth Ml. Holly, Ohio joe Donald Botto Munlorrlzfille Richard Arthur Boxwell Mifldlelount, Ohio Paddy Garnet Bradley Lexinglon 'Betty Anne Brady Lexinglon lililabeth Ann Bray liezlforrl Robert Lloyd Brislan If ra n If I o rl james Warren Brown liranhfort john Buckingham Browning Frankfort jane lillen Buchanan l.orain, Ohio Betty Ann Bucher Lexington Patricia Ann Burnett Lexinglon Margie Burton Monlicello Bernice Whitfield Button I.nui.r11ille 72 Buel Kenton Cable l.lf.Yl1lg'lOll Laura jane Caldwell Danville Albert Kenton Catnpbell Newark, Ohio james Aron Campbell Fallon jane Lillian Campbell Marlins Ferry, Ohio Shirley Louise Carmichael Rorltforfl, Ill. joanna Carpenter Ilrmlforrl Ellis Ray Carter Harllorfl Ada Margaret Cash I.r11uler1lale, Fla. William Raymond Catron Campion George Harvey Caughey Paris jean jacqulion Cawood Ewzrts Gertrude Washburn Caywood Lexington Mary Hagan Caywood Lexington Romielee Chitwood, C oa l goof! jane Hunt Clark Lexinglon Frances 'l'rue Clillord Paris Bettye jean Cockerell llzrlejzerlllellce lla jean Collier Lexinglon Wayne Wallace Collier Lexinglon Gardner Kent Combs I'reslonl1urg Winifred Imogene Combs Hazard Gwen Comley Nicholnsifille Deward W. Compton M urfreerhoro, Tenn. Ann H. Congleton Lexinglon Mary Elizabeth Cook Lexington Clyde Colvin Cooper Ih'ool:s1filIe Ira L. Cooper Ilnnco Mildred jo Cooper Lexington William Hoy Cooper Laxinglon Charles Richard Craig Louisville: Norma Claire Cravens Lexington Anna Louise Crawford Combs lidna Florence Crawford Lzfxinglon Mary Price Creamer l.olti.vvillr' Martha Anderson Crutchfield Nirlmiasville Albert Barker Cunuuins - Brooksville Lillian Ruth Damron Louisville Betty Louise Davis Danville Beverly jeanne Davis Lexington jayne Starks Davis Falmonlh Kenneth jolm Davis Sharon, Pa. Sue Vance Day Somerset lilwood Eugene Dean A 14 guxla julia Madeline Deering Paris Wendell Carden Demarcus Knoxville, Tenn. Frank Walton Dempsey Erlanger Trtunan Weldon Dennmbrun Iirozunsville Carolyn Rebecca Denning Salmon Catherine Dennis Laxinglon William Davis Dern Nawjzori Richard Derrickson I.cxinglon Frank lidward Dexter Danville Dana William Dills l'Villiamslozt'll Billy Allen Doan Corbin Carol Lee Dold Covinglon L Marjorie Anna Doliber M arblalwarl, Mass. Ann josephiue Donovan Carlisle Mary Keith Dosker Lolii.rvilIa Marion Lee Douglass .Lexington Betty jane Downing l.lf.Vlllg'l0ll Anna Margaret Doyle Ifxinglon Doris jane Doyle Rofllrfslcr, N. Y. Marcia jean Draddy San Clemente, Calif. William Millard Drake Greenville Chester Dull' Dorfork Rosemary Dummit Lexinglon Mary McCord Dunlap Versailles George Dunn Lexington Barbara Elizabeth Dyche Corbin Robert. Betts liastburn Menlpliis, Tenn. james Christian Eddleman. Pineville Helen Louise Ellis Covington Peggy Russell Ellis Lexington Laura jane Elswick Louisa Francis Forsee limerson Lexington Nicholas john linglisis lil'0Uit'ij'll. N. l'. Betty jane Fairfax .I!ffl!'7'.WHll01llll lllartha Lou Faries Paris Mary jo Farmer I.r'.vinglon jessie Mae Farris Lzfbanon Margaret Sidney Faulkner Laxinglon Morgan Pendleton Fears Lexington jane I-larrison Fetler fl m'lun'agf- 73 FRESHMEN Conway Hamilton Ficklen Hazard Warren lidward Fischer Lexington I.ouis Marshall Fitzgerald Iimnsifla Cecillia Florence fijlllllllllllll Sue Flynn l"1'ankfori La Nelle Fogle Liimrly I-lelen Ray Ford Delanfl, Fla. Mildred Catewood Ford I.ouisvillz' Betty jean Forkuer Burlington Paul jolmson Fowler Laxinglon Oscar Lee Fraley. jr. ,'lml1'1'son,I1lll. Ann 'l'app Fraysure Frankfort Harriet Dietrich Freeman Lexington joy Freeman Lexington 'l'om Doty Freeman l.a Cenlnr Barbara DeBaun Futrell Cadiz Palsy Ruth Caines Fra n lr fort Polly Burnside Callaher 1.0Xlllg'lfHl Robert Dennis Calvin Lcxinglon Betty jean Gardner Lexington Charles Thurman Gardner Loui.vvilIc Lula Frances Cardner Sllwillyvilla ' Robert liston Carst Laxinglou Beverly li. Caulke Granfl Forks, S. IJ. Betty Newberry Cay Llfxiilgitlll Barbara joyce Cilbert Lcxinglon Robert Maxwell Cillespie ul ngiixla 'lihomas lid Cish Srfro FRESHMEN Pauline Goldben Lexinglon Oliver j. Gonnella Ifranlcforl Sarah Kathryn Gooden Lexington Krnold Lee Goodpaster. ll Slmrpxlntrg Neal McDougal Gordon, jr. Dantiillz' Robert julian Gorham Lexinglnn Bernard Coleman Gravitt Fmnkforl Rita Greenwald tllirl1ll1'Io1un,N. l'. lVlary liva Greer Ml. Sterling limogene Sears Gregory Sonlzenwrl Margaret Rebecca Grigsby Lonistfillc Alex john Grola Marlins Ferry. Ohio Robert li. Gully I,onis11ill1: limma jean Hackney l.e.vinglon Martha Danna Hagan Lexington Robert Lee Hagerman I In rlfo rrl Hermann liclmund Hale I.onis11illc jane Lee Hamersley Lexinglon lililabeth Geltz Haines l'l'lu'1fillc Melvin Harrison Hancock Howell Audrey Garol Hankinson Orange City, Fla. Marian Mullikin Hanson Mt. Oliwl Ruby Gene l-lartlin Crtrrolllon james Ray Hardy Sli1'jlllt'1'1l.will1' Prince Gordon Harrill I.1'.vinglon jtlanita Harris B1'llil1'n1r'n, Tenn. Andin George Hartman Lcxinglon Martha june Hatter Rttsselltfille Laura Davidson Headley Lexington Alma Lee Healhman V crm i l l es james Carter Helton Pimfvillu Lavinia lillen Henderson l.l'NllIg'l0lI Marion Samuel Hicks l.1',Ylll.Lfl0ll lda May Hill lmxinglon Martha jean Hill Carrollton Mary joan Hillenmeyer Lexinglon lilizabeth May Hilton M o rb l If l 1 en rl , M rt sr. Walter lilrod Hines, jr. Mayxvillff jean Marcellene Hinkle La Cenler George H. Hobbs Sl. Helens David Smith Holcomb Dnylon, Ohio Gora llearcl Hook Hrtrrlinslntrg Arthur Hoskins Lllyflll Anna Lou Hottrigan Riley Garnett Bedford House Lexington Helen jean Hottse l.oui.v1fille Patricia Ann Howell Henllermn Margaret j. Hulette ' Hollon jean Hunsingcr Louistfillr' Helen Gibson Hutchcralt Purix Annis Christine I-lnllman I.oui.v1fillz' Ruth jean Irwin Harriman, Tenn. judilh Ann jackson Ilwclrley, W. Va. Alvin ll. jaeger lnrlrfjlmulrvlrzf jane Gaughan jameson Cjlllllllllllll Margaret Rives jamison Slzvllzyzfillc 74 Emily jean jolmson Lexington judilh Keen jolmson Riclunond Ruth DeLimejohnson Frankfort Amelia Ann jolmston lVil1ninglon,D1'l. Helen Noretta jones Aflnfi ml rows Martha Lewis jones It'nn.rn.v City. Kan.v. Mary Lou jones Union Ruth lilla jones S0lIll'lZYIfl Maud Allen Keller Slml i nmr. Flu. Wallace Kelly, jr. Lexington George William Kent PorI.mio1tll1, Ohio Lorine Lillie Kent Lexinglon Kenna Katherine King lVl1illeyCily jane lilizabeth Kington M of1i.x'on11ill1' Roy Vernon Kirk Livio Suzanne Kirkham lfVinxlon-Salam. N. C. Norman jerry Klein l.onis11illu Samuel Adolph Klein Brooklyn, N. Y. Charlotte Evelyn Knapp Lexinglon Ann Crawford Lair Renfro Valley Anna Lottise Lane l'm:wtill1'.s joan Wilson Latta l"l. Thomas Marjorie 'l'hornlon Laughlin Lexington Mildred Lorraine Layman Frrtnlrlin julia May Leach Lexington Lewis Cowan Leach Lexinglon Robert Vernon Leach Iirlungcr Corinne Webb Ledlortl Lexinglon Eleanor Maye Lee Lcxinglon Dorothy Levy I,4'.vingIon liva LaRue Lewis Lexington Lillian Marie Lewis Georgalozvn Richard Lewis. jr. Isontfilla Rosemary Dullln Lewis Harlan Vernon Thomas Little Princeton Mildred Katheryn Long Ml. Slarling Richard lllarl Lowe Covington Gladys Bernice Lowenthal Lexington Betty Barbara Luther Srlterttwlrtrlv, N. Y. Gilbert Ray Lvtle Paris Renna McCabe M i rl may Dorothy McGraw Vina G rom: Albert B. McCullar W i I more Anna jane McDonald I.1'xing'Ion Lottis William McDonald Pa tl nm I1 Margaret Harrison McDowell l.1'xington Marian Martin Mcllvain Cyntltiana Wilford Mclnturll' Pineville Lawless Gatewood McKenzie flshlanrl Carolyn Craig McMeekin I.l'Nlllg'l0l1 Delia Newel Manning Slanforrl Robert Alexander Manning liaraa Gene Carlton Marlowe l.IfXlH.Q'lUIl Marguerite Marshall G antgelowrt Dorothea Blanlord Martin Corbin joint Alvin Marz Fl. Thomas Alicen jack May jackson Laurence Calvin May uola Rowena May Harrorlslnn'g Thomas Harold Maxedon I.1'xinglon Walter Lee Meade Stone Robert lillis Meader Laxinglon Patricia Anne Mendenhall Paris Olive Sue Messer Ilarlzonruillu Carolyn King Meyer ,'fl'7Hll'l'SOIl Helen Louise Michel New xlllllllly. I ntl. Virginia Weston Miuter liacltlay, W. Va. Glayton Franklin Miracle Loyal! Marilyn jean Mitchell Columbus, Ohio Billie jean Moore Lexington juanita Morgan Ifonrla George Morton Lexington George Robert Moseley l'arsaillz:.r Ruth Mount l.a.vingIon Floye Avis Mullinaux Corllin Henry Lee Mullins Madison, W. Va. Martha Lucille Myers M avsvillzr Nelda Newell Napier Dalroil. tllirll. Alonzo Bailey Nelson Riclnnonll Martha jane Newman 1"I. M ilrfhell Alvin Douglas Newton Will james llnunette Newton. jr. A nrrltrzraga Mary K. Nichols Frankfort Mary Sepia Nicholls Lexington 75 FRESHMEN Shirley Mae Noland ,lacl:.von11illa, Fla. Bette Rice Oates Frankforl Lulu Frances Ockerman l,ann'mtm'lntrg Donne Francis 0'Donnell St. Paul. Minn. Nancy Kathryn 0'Hare Nirholasttille Dorcas Bell O'Neal Paris Mary Katherine 0'Neill Covington Bert R. Osborne Hnnlinglon, W. Va. john Milton Owen Ludlow Amanda Elizabeth Palmer Clynlhiana lilirabeth Ridgely Park Lexington jack Gordon Parkinson l'orkl1mvn, Intl. Henry Lowell Paul Paducah Bobby jean Perry Pineville Rebecca Perry Lexington Ruth Bertha Peterson I,oui.wiIlt: Harvey Mac Pewitt Fulton julia jean Pogue Lexington Aletheia Lenwide Pollitte Harlan Doris LaVerne Poole Lexinglon Daniel Ball Pope Harlan Georgia Rich Portmann Laxinglon ' Olive justine Potter Wh atflawiglzt jttne Morrow Potts Slalcn Island, N. Y. Mary Louellen Prewitt I.ancasI1'r Amy Adell Price Ashlaml Frances A. Pritchett Parlnrah Nancy Ruth Purdue Monticello F R E S H M E N Sue Hokc Ragland l.nuis11ill1f Mary Mathews Raines Nirllolftstfilltf jean Lawson Rankin l"ll'IIlfIlg.VlIlII'g .john 'l'homas Rawlings l"runkfm'I limma Reita Redden Iarxirzglmi Mary Louise Recd Clay, IV. Vu. lletty Collins Rees M !ly.V'l'i I I If May Belle Reichenbach .fl nrlzrmtgn Albert Solon Reynolds. -lr. Iinxl f,'I'llllgl', N. ll. Mary Margaret Reynolds AlflI'lf,l1'll!l Barbara Rose Rice Paris .lnne Rogers Rigsby lafxinglon Beverly Ann Ritchie l,exinglnn Glenna Laura Ritchie lmxirigloit William Roberts, -lr. Lcxinglon Mildred A. Robertson Llfxillglllll lletty jeanne Robinson lmxillglrm -lean I,aVerne Robinson lmilcltficlrl Anthony Frank Rotunno Czmlnn, Ohio Catherine Rowady Wi nfl: mlm' Rogcr Francis Ruth l.l'Nillgl0H Ilarbara A. Salisbury I-lunlcr Clay N. Salyer Iirllrllwy Mat'y julia Samuel llflzlyxvillz' l'attl Franklin Sands l.ouis11ill1: llettie llrown Sanford flrlinglmr. Vu. Naomi Louise Saslan New I"Il1Ilfll, Conn. Francis Saunders AlcIx'nrf.rjmr'l, l'1t. Carolyn Frances Schuhart Nir.'lmIrt.S1Iill1f Angelo Sciantarelli lmxirtgtrni Attila M ae Scott lmxirlglorl Anna Sue Scott Carlisle lletty Sue Scott f.I5NfIlg'lfHI Della Fairdale Scott NirImlrl.v1fill1f llel ty Tale Scruggs Lexington lilla Louise Seale l.1fxflIg'l07I Kenneth Norman Seifert Ii1fnn.r1fill1'. Intl. Ratnon Selles IIIIUVIU Riro Washington Frank Serini Tu1'lmIm1', N. Y. Mary Lois Sheets V crm i I I as Ann Peake Shchan liarrlslozun Carolyn Roseberry Sherman Iicullytlille Barbara -I. Short I,exingLm1 Martha Virginia Short l.e.viuglon Floyd Cornelius Shorts Sharron , Pa. Ann Frazier Shonse lmxinglon Mary Virginia Silvers I.1'xi1lglo1i Homer -I. Simon 1fll1'll0ll'7"UiHlf Nancy Leigh Skecn l,e.vinglon Margaret Lee Skinner Imxinglml Dorothy Smith F rn nk f url Douglas Smith, jr. I ' 1:-rxa i I l es I-Ililabeth Ratlill'Smith,jr. Irvine john William Smith Otwfnlmi llen Garrott Smithson l'IopI:ins1filln john Mitchell Smyth Iafxirzglnll 76 Millicent Kendall Snokc A ncho-rage William 'Fexal Sparks C1'nl1'1tl Cily jean Agnes Spedding Clijlorrl, Pn. Mary .lean Spicer I.1rxir1glor1 Ilurgess Hill Spurr lmxiltglrnl Charles lid. Stanley Mrllmunn, W. V ft. limily Caswell Steele l.nxingIml litlward Stein Lexington Leone Virginia Slephcns I-lilclzinx Ruchie Myrene Stepp Inez Carolyn Stevens Cylllll iam: Ann Wilson Stevenson Henslumv Oliver llernard Stieren Harlan Glenn Gilmore Stille Imxinglori Gloria Elizabeth Stivers Lexington Martha Hallman Stivers I.rf.vingIon Rttpcrt liarl Stivers Patlucalt Lola 'Ittanita Stokes I.1'xinglon Shirley Logan Stoll Sr. Pr'lm'sIm1'g, Fla. john Arthford Slough Monlgonmrlv, A In. Ann -lay Straughn If1mi'gr'1'm1, A lu. Alice -lane Street Lexinglml Horace Howard Sullivan Film Road, fllrl. llohn Louis Sutak Tillonsvillfr, Ohio Williatn Clement Swift lafxinglml Bonnie Syck Coal Run Anna Boyd 'l'aylor Llfxllllglflll Charles Wesley 'I'aylor fh'm'Il1lill1f Gilbert Leonard Taylor, jr Springlielrl Henry Alexander ',l'aylor Henderson joan Borden 'l'aylor G?'lf1'Il.Sl1lI!'g Hobart Burton Thomas Iiezlmrr' Falls. Pu. james Robert Thomas Lexinglon l'atricia Caroline Thomas HI'1ll?l'ly Hills. Pu. Philip Edward Thomas l,i1m1'rnorc Wanda jane 'l'homas Lexington Wilhur Alexander 'l'incher F run lc f orl Margaret 'I'inder l"1'1l11lrfort Harry Culver 'I'rent SIr'rn'n.r Bet lye jeanne 'I'raut man Hemlmzwn Ann Overstreet 'Pucker I'a'rl:s11illr: jatnes Scott 'l'ut'ker Ixriiiwillr' Margaret lilizabeth 'l'urIey l.lHIi.V1fllll' Rex McKenna 'l'urler Ifxlllglllil Audrey Mae 'l'urner Drift jtlne Chloetine 'l'urner Drift Bettie jane Tuttle Lexington Richard Atkins Tygertt Slzclbyville Marilyn joanne 'I'yree Sonwrsnl Betty jo Underwood Niclzolasvillc Phyllis Burton Valleau Lexington Caroline Virginia Van Santvoord l,m'clirnont, N. Y. Manuel Antonio Vila Puerto Rico john Austin Violette Lebanon Dorothy Elizabeth Wade Lclmnrm Blanche Marie Wagner I-Innlinglon, W. Vu. lidward 'l'homas Waits Cynlhinrm Carl 'I'bomas Walker Lexington Carolyn Montgomery Walker l.1lm'11.rlm' jewell Bryce Walker Iinmjms Mills, Tenn. Loutillie Mae Walker lwxirlglorl Richard lidtvard Walker l"r1n1kIo1'l Vera Ann Wallace IVlCll0l!lS'lIlll1f Barbal'a jean Walters Slmlliyvillc Douglas lililabeth Walters Stone Virginia Lee Walton FI. 'l'lmnm.v Mary Frank Ward l'ruIu1'al1 Vivian Lois Warren l.f'.vinglnn janet Weber l'hiln1l1'lj1l1ia, Pu. I-lalel l"ay Wells llurltrwtfillz' jack Wells tJr1'z'll1'iIl1' Lois l"ern Wells I,rf.vinglor1 William Ashley Whitehead Fnlmoulli Margaret Anne Whiteside Lexington Thomas Dean Whittinghill Owensboro Norman Wiener Brooklyn, N. Y. Rttth Helen Wilde Covington john Allen Wilcox Louisville Shirley Keller Wilhite Fl. Milclzell Ruth jeannette Williams Bagllurl George Lacy XVilliamson ll"villllIlIl.YU1l, ll". Va. Wallace Leslie Williamson Williamson, ll". Va. Mary june Wills lJlUllJlH'l31IlH!f Frances jeannette Wilson McDonough, Un. 77 FRESHMEN Lee Van Arsdall Wilson Lexington Martin Galden Wilson f,1U!'lI.Y1I01'0 Richa rd lidgar Wilson l.c'xingIon Vella Karrick Wise lmxinglon limma Willard Witt lVismnnnIown Charlotte Given lVood Iierltlcv. IV. Va. lillen Stevenson Wood Llfxlngloll james Bernard Wood Brookrtlillf' james Robert Woods Vr'rsa i I les Harold Ashcralt Woodward Ml. Olive! lVilliam Buchanan XVrench I Tu rl isl 1' Oscar Lewis Wright I,oui.vvillrr Marjorie Zac Wyant lmvinglnn I-Zarl Carroll Yates l,I'NllIg'lIlll Martha I.:nvrent4e Yates I.t-.vinglon Singleton j. Ycary Nifllolustlillf' Helen Louise York ll'imrlu'xlm' Mary lililabeth Young Iirfclilcy, W. Va. Anne Elizabeth Zeigler lllurion, Ga. Mary Lou Ziegler FTll7lkf07'l COMM IERCE Mildred Bright Agee lfrankforl Margaret lililabeth Ambrose Lexington - Hazel Clay Arnold Slnrnjzing Ground Leslie jennings Avis, jr. Logan, l'V. Vu. Morris Wilson Beebe Lexington Mary Lynn Blevins ,-Islilanrl Patsy Marie Bonney Madisonville FRESHMEN james llostic Lexington juanita Mae llrown Lexington Wanda Mae Ilrown l.l'XillglUll Mary listher llrumlield Niclmlrzsvillzr Helen lflllillllllll llunch Oliw' Hill Hallcen Cain Inez Kathryn jane Gallison ll I i rl rl l as lmro lilizalxctll Ann Carter ANliClllll!lSUiHIf Cornell Clarke New M cxico jennie llelle Clift l,cxinglou Mary jean Miehler Conner Lcxinglon Clayton Ray Cox Lexinglon Wilbur Gerald Cox Corbin joyce Curry V 1' rsui I I ws Martha Beatrice Daws F ullnn Dorothy Donnell Frrmlclin Thomas Sydney Dooley ll I i ll rl I exif o ro Delphia Dunnagan Guthrie Henry john ligalite, jr. I.exingturt limily Hunt Frank l.!'Xillgl0ll Ada Louis Gasser Owensboro Frances Anne Gerber Laxinglrm Thomas ll. Givhan lmxiriglfzri Nancy Porter Glass l'larrocl.rlmrg Samuel Porter Gravitt lmxirlglrnt Dorothy jean Grugin Frzmkfnrl Iletty jane Guy Lexington Wendell Wilson Hall l.exinglon jolm Cline Holtlclaw Dmmillc joan House Niclmlrlsvillzr jutlith Marie johnson Silvain Nora Lee johnson Hazard Frances Incl Kearlmy Fllilllll jocelyn Kilham Milzuaultcc, llfixc. Mary Gene Lair Paris lmogene Lay H a rrods I1 u rg Marion Dunkcld M.cCaw lmxinglun Virginia Louise Meyer Hertrlfrrsnfi Robert Bruce Ogden laruisvillc Helen Murphy Olmsteatl Logan, W. Va. lidmonia Fralee Ormslmy Lnmlfm Harold Htnne Park Riclmtollll Anne Rogers l'eel I.exing'lrm Charles Robert Powell llmmille 'irna Carmen R. Presley Prmnnm Iletly jane Priestley .lIruIi.wu, ll'. Vu. Vivienne jeane Rambo lforlts of Iilltlturn Hugh Arno Roach Salam. Iml. Inez Rogers Rilrluuoml Betty jean Rose Lzfxinglou Charles Hal Rupured Lexinglnn june Elizabeth Ruth Lexington Vera Vivian Salyer Hazard Arnold Morton Schneider Louisville john Frederick Schneiter jellersontown Quentin litlwartl Scholl! Louisville 78 Patricia Ann Selle Hunlinglon, W. Va. lina jones Sellman Lcxinglon Dorothy Lynn Shoemaker Fllilllfllllil joseph William Sillman Dmmillrr joseph Gayle Slomer Chicago Marjorie lislher Stembridge Princelfm Matilda jones Thompson Paris Winifred Gertrude Walker Lcxinglmt Aaron Watts I,nuisvillr: jean Adelyn Wayman Rirhmuml Florence lleatrice Weher ljlliilllllfiflilill, Pa. jean Wood Millon Marianna Young Pl'0UllilfllCtf liDllCA'l'ION Dorothy Louise Adams l.exiugIou Mary jo llall Iiilsscll Anne Gertrude llenekart Lexington Susan Black Frllnltforl Frank Rogers Dean,jr. l,exing'lmt Doctor Taylor Ferrell Riclzmmul Margaret jean Hall M i rl ri I es ll o ro Dorothy Aleene johnson Cynlltimm Margaret jean Kingsley Lexington Betty Naomi Kravetz I.tfXlllgl0ll Anna jean Lyons Berry Margie Ann Matlmiller Lcxinglmz 'Fhelhert Ross Moore llll. Olivet lilva jean Newland Gucrranl Billee jane Penn Cynlltinnu Dorothy Lorain Pleasant Parl: H ills Betty jane Price Nicltrrlrmfillc Hugh Ross Shannon .l!ll.'ll.Y0ll'llllll?. Fla. Catherine Dudley Snowden Sl. f'fl'll'lIS Frances Conrad Youtsey Covinglrm lCNClNlil'1RlNC Harvey Myers Allen. jr. l"l. Henning, Gu. Cuy Wendell Baker H1lZ1l7'll Lenwell jewell Bivins C r1'cn1lille I--larold V. Bomar l,uui.vvillc Charles Daniel Boone Stanford Charles Folger Boyle North .'llllIlll.Y, Mirlt. Mary Evelyn Brown S0llll'l'Sl?l Frank Shoemaker Browning Louisville Henry D. C. Bumsted ll"inclu'sl1:r Rohert l.ee Carter, jr. SI. .'lllum.v, IV. Va. jay C. Childers ll'lu'1'lwriglll Raymond Colton For! Knox Charles Samuel Cummins Ii rooksvi l l lf Allen Wayne Daugherty Falmoullz William Kern Davis liarlington Gerald Vincent Dohson Munforflvillc Rohert Graham Drake Sllllllflwlfl james lilijah Durham.jr. .-l ncllorrlgc Carolyn Boyd liuhank I.1fxinglmt Rodlord Walson linhank Covinglon Fred Blackstone Ferris Alonlgomcry, A lu. julian Iidwin Fortney Cmllrnl Cily William I". Franks Silver' Grove Billy Vaughn Caines I.amt11sl1'r Richard Gordon .lll1.'llA'0ll7llllf!, lflu. jolm Patrick Gorman Lexington Phillip C. I-laas lronlon, Ohio jalnes Lawrence Hardaway Ellclon Richard Leonard Henry ll4l.Sl1'rlillg Rohert Allen l-lensler Lexington Charles Dillard Hillman I.I'll!lll0H Matthew joseph Hogan Trmllou David Carey Holliday ju1'lt.wn I-lugh Lane Hood C1forgf'lown Vernon Alexander Hopkins l'ml1u'ull Donald jolm Horton I rvim: james Rohert Howe Ifl. 'l'l:rmm.r Harry Clen Hughes l"ruuklin Hugh Clen Hunt Calhoun Ben Crosse lngels Lexinglon j. Calhoun jones S11llI.iz'lc j. W. jones Pndumlz Edward McCormack Kenney l"1'lllIkf0fl Morrison Glenwood Kitchen Lcxiuglon Rohert David Kretschmen Ilmzisvillz' William Neal Lee lmxinglozz Paul lidward Littleton .llxlrlmzrl ames Morgan McCarty Lvxinglon Hugh Walker Manning 1farl1om'11illc 79 FRESHMEN William Ralph Nanct l'n1l111'rlli Belly Caroline Peters Lrfxinglon joseph liugene Porter Prul um lz Raymond George Preece Hnutllmrrur, N. il. Otho Calvin Quivey Sl urgis Lucille Reedy Irwin Carroll Cene Rohinson Carlisle Samuel Vaughn Roper lflltllorn ll. C. Satterly H n rrorlxb u rg Alhert john SchiI'l'li lVa.vlzingIon. lml. Rohert Dossett Seay Mrlyfizflfl Oro Creal Seevers, jr. CIl7'll.Yllf jolm Riley Sellers l.4'.vingInn james Nicholas Shront SllIIl'lI.Yl!lll'g' james Davis Slaton l'ro11i1lf'll1I1r Harrison Pitney Smith. jr liyplo jack Arnold Smith llzflfrzry Donald Perry Stone illl. Slurling Marjorie Constance Sulxer l,t'NlHglUll Boyce Denton 'l'ate l1ll1'llllIXlIlll'g Allred Miller 'l'aylor I'llll'lllIl.YlIlll'g Ronald liarl 'I'errell 1.11 Ccfnlrr Paul Winston Walters .-l.vl1l1tn1l james lidward Wessels levinglon Rohert lrvine Westerfield Owunslloro jonathan lN'lcPherson Whitmer Srlcrammtlo Dave Thomas Wright Graccy Roger Henry Yost lv'rms1l.v Ci I y, M n. 1 80 f1'I'HLE'IlBS l"UIIlllll'lI nl Ihr' llniwr'r.tlly nl lt'f-rllltrlfy. l'l.?l PIJRPOSIC 'l'o protnote thc spirit and interest ol' the University tzl' Kentucky in its sports :intl zttliletics. l"AClII,'I'Y ADVISICR CI. W. Hzttzkcnstnitli O lfl"lCliRS lhtmiw VAN lltnw, ilu. . . . . . . l'rw.vi1lffnl lCl,I,liN 0'Il,xNNoN . . I'iff'-l':'f'.s'irI:'i1l llt':'r'l'v Blmuttzk . . . S1'r'1'f'lnry MARY l.lt.t,mN lmvts . . . . 'l'w,-r1.x':4,:'1'i' At.tt:ti lftu-'t-'MAN .l.s.ri.vlunl 'l'r'r'n.wtw'r Vtm Horn, O'Bannon, Freeman, Davis, Clarke Gibson, Burris, Brauer, Abraham, Davis, Dale Harris, Yates, Stokes, Adams, Kloecker, Nevitt Fleishman, Clayton, Clarkson, Elliott, Bureau, Oldham Benzll, Knap, White, Crapster, Elliott, Ruth, Benzil MEMIHZRS litlwinzt ,'XIn':tIl:ttn Nztntzy june Atlznns .leztnne BlIl'Cllll Clliztrlene Burris Cornell Clarke Nltwlly Clayton Billie little Helen Davis lNl:n'i:tn Y: C I H li Betty llenzil Bee Bee Benzil Mttrybclle Culvert .lcztnne lilliott lilixztbetll Crapster Katy White 82 lletty Lee lfleislnnnn Cllztntline Gibson lletty Harris Mztriztn Harris -lottn Kloeker Lucy Meyer listher Nevitt llttrgess Spnrr IICS lCRl.l+1,fXlll'1RS Clliztrlutte Knapp Shirley Love jannes Newton lillen O'lSztnntnt -june Ruth wat h." We were sorry to learn that head coach, Ah Kirwan gave up football at the end of the season. Best of luck wherever yon go. Mr. Kirwan. WASH SICRINI, a I'reshman from New York, has become the campus hero this year. Wash's ability as tackle not only made him an Otll- standing member of the team, but won national honors as well. He played in the Blue-Gray game fand naturally the Grays wonj and tnade the Southeastern Conference. We are proud ot' hiitn and will be watching hitn next year. O 83 lSl'lRNlli SHIVICLY, a former lientnttky star who has been athletic director for the past few years, was made head football coach at the end ol' the 'Ill season. We speak for the boys and the students when we say "we're all behind you. Football Ol.I'1 MISS lDI'1Ifl'1.K'I'l'1IJ IN I"IRS'l' II.XI.I", 27-7 Vols' eight :nil qziiiietl QIU yanlls on the ground coin- pnretl with 2I:7 tnzule hy 'I'ennessec. .X vrowcl ol' llI.5lItl crowcletl into Stoll lieltl to see . r' .,. -.--' ,,..'., -. , ' . , ' ' ' l the Niltltnls pltss into suxite lot the llnst tnnt the AIAHIULX SWAMPS mc' MINI," ,H-0 fzunecl I-lornnttton to clelent at stnhhorn loe, Ole Miss. Long :intl witle encl runs. plus the passing ol' tpnn'ter- 'l'he Kentucky Wiltlcztts. onlpnssetl :intl ont-gained. Imfli llill Clizunhers :ic'c'ountetl for lnost ol' the gains. were swannpetl Il-0 hy the powei'l'ul .tllaihznnn Criinson ,, . . . . 'l'itle in Monln'oiner'. l'l:tyin" with eonlitlence 1-rl Ihe Ole Miss Rehels scorerl hrst alter i'et'ovei'tntg . . ,'f'. 5 ' h . . l , V . . , . ' skill. the Iltq lnle won the contest hy halll-tnne when at Ixenlnclsv ltnnhle on the ff2llS II-yztrcl ltne. lllll ' 1, , . . ' they vlmlketl up at Z1-0 score on two runs :intl two Ixenlnrky soon rec'm'et'etl then' wits :intl proceetletl to ' . V h. . . . , . paisses into the encl-lone. pnlyeiife the opposition. 'Inn Ilowes plunge lrotn the I . six :intl the t'onx'ei'sion hy Ifretl I"ei'i'is knottetl the lW'll""kl'5 l'lI'I1kl"K W1'S.l'0"".ll'l'l' lltlf lull? Ulrllclh .ww 7-7' nl me Cm! of thc mst qlmrlcl.. hetng sntiggecl .helnncl the hne ol SCIIIIIIIIZIQC lnnc :tlter tinie. 'l'he clelezit wus the worst sullererl hy thc Cuts ' 1.-. '. .--. v.- 1.4-. . . .. .ljnn lI.niott. tllipinlmipsl .incl Ijlone coipupul tp nl me 'Hinds OI the 'HIC WWC 1931, wt e u J I te renrnnc er o t ie st'ortnf". niost V l iron fi , . . . . . l . ' . . T , .' l' klein :intl I'zn'i'ott look niost ol the responsththly powerlul hne plztys :incl nn' supei'ioi'uv. Neither teznn . , .. . . l. . ' on then' shoultlers to stein the licles ollenstve lor Il rzilliecl enonffh in the l'ttlet' rn't ol' the -"anne to 'ltlcl ' . ' ' . . ' ' ' , . P' . ' . l' . 5 ,',. ,. helter showing hy the Wtltlcztts in the luttet' part ol to then' score. with the Lztts cointng out on top Z1-I. ' the gznne tiller :i poor heginning. Kentucky gilllllfll only 55 yzmls on eight Iirst clowns VOLS TRIM CI,-X'I'S. 26-lfl with Alzihannzi rtutking up I9-I yztrcls on seven Iirst An estnntttetl crowcl ol Ih,U00 wzilrhetl the Stevens. Hmm Stephens :incl Stephenson coinhinzttion run, hlofk :intl ,.... pziss the Vols to an inipressive vivlory over the hest Ml55l55ll,l,l hlllx l li' lllllxlth '4"1N"lf'Kl-M' Cut tetnn in ye:n's to inyznle Knoxville. Bill Clhznnhers 'I-hc Mississippi Slim, Mm-m,m' mking mlmlmlgc :incl 'Inn I':n'rott tnrnetl in excellent perlorinantces to of Swell I-lunmcsv dl.,-Cuml lm. KL,mm.ky wildum 'WC Clllllmlilsllff lmllsc- Zti-0 in Meniphis. 'l'he hoys Iroin clown Mississippi I':nAi'ott :lyoitletl wonltl-he tttvklers to l'oi't'e his wily WNY NWVCII Uilfll' ll' Illc lim IX"'l"Il illhlcl' 'WU ftltlllllvs into the clean' lor ti specttu'ul:u' 155-yurtl hroken-Iieltl lil' 'IIC Wllflfilw llllll IWWII 'IIC Will'- run for the Wiltlents' lirst score in the tln'ill-patcketl 'I'he I'oe heltl at III-tl lezul :tt the h:tlI'. Alter only rserontl quarter. Norman Klein scorecl the only olhel' two tnintttes ol' play. the Mnroons letl Ii-0 :alter recov- Iientufky louclulown on at sicleline run l'roin the Vols' ering Iientut'ky's Iirsl lutnhle on the Cuts' 29. 'I'he l2. lientnrky letl in passing, vontpleting six out ol' Iinttl tllIIll'lCl' wus useless :ts Ian' :ls scoring goes with nine ziltetnpts. 'l'he Cuts tnzule IU Iirsl clowns to the drives hy hoth teznns Iiuling ont. Mississippi tnztde -' it Q 'I I - 'I ' f, ,S ., If-I .L I------, ' ' 84 l I I-f first downs good l'or 303 yards whereas Kentucky made I0 first downs accountahle for ISS. The Wild- cats gained only six yards on one completed pass. The performance of Wash Serini was considered hy some scouts to he the hest of all tackles in the South after the game. YVILIJGATS TRIM V. M. I.. 26-2. IIICFORIC 8.000 SPl'IG'l'A'l'ORS The Kentucky Wildcats. using the single wing for- mation for the first titne on Stoll Field this season. defeated the V. M. I. Cadets 26-2. The Wildcats scored in every quarter as their more powerful line opened wide gaps and ran still' interference l'or the scoring of Klein and Gamphell. The Cadets fought gallantly hut their scoring ef- forts were constantly thwarted hy the Wildcats stnh- horn defense. The hackfield comhination of Parrott. Saunders. Klein and Camphell proved too powerful for the visitors to hold in check. The Gadets were forced to wait until the second quarter hefore registering their first down. Klein was grahhed hehind his own goal for an automatic safety for V. M. I.'s only score ol' the galne. Kentucky gained 30-f yards on seven first downs whereas the Cadets gained only l!l0 on I5 first downs. VOLS DliIfl'fA'I' Kl?IN'l'UCKY 2l-7 IN FINALIE OF TOUGH SICASON Ilefore an estimated crowd of l2.000 the Tennessee Volunteers defeated the Kentncky's fighting Wildcats on Stoll I-'ield hy a score of 2l-7 in the ff0th contest hetween these two hitter Southeastern Conference rivals. W 1 The Volunteers scored two touchdowns through powerful line plunges and a third as a result of a hlocked punt and touchdown run hy Pike. The Wildcats' only tally came with only I5 seconds of the game left, when Ghalnhers passed from the ll-yard line to Howe over the goal. The first half was almost an even match with the Vols gaining the upper hand only once to push across the goal line and hold a 7-0 lead at the intermission. Tennessee crossed over two more times in the third quarter to assure victory and held firm until the last minute when Kentttcky finally hit pay-dirt. CATS MAUL NVICST VIRGINIA NVITIAI PASSING SKILL. -l0-fl The University Wildcats. sparked hy the return of -lim I-Iowe and llill Chamhers from the injured list. rotitped over the West Virginia Mountaineers -f0-9 on Stoll Field. The fit'st score was a field goal hy I-Iaman from the I3-yard line and was all the scoring for W. Va. tmtil the last few minutes when Leone plttnged over from the six, Klein scored first on a wide end sweep for the Cats and gave the team a 7-3 lead at the end of the first quarter. Parrott and I-Iowe set up two more scores and a 20-3 lead at the half'. Klein skirted around period with Wiener adding the last after the recovery left end for Kentucky's fifth touchdown in the final ol' a fumhle on the Mountaineers five-yard line. GICORGIA XVI-IIPS KICNTUGKY lil-I2 IN LAST TWO MINll'l'l'1S OF PLAY With less than two minutes of playing titne left, a determined Georgia ICIIIII pushed over a touchdown to defeat the Wildcats hy a single point hefore tnore than 9.000 fans at Sanford Field in Athens. Georgia. The Wildcats. hatnpered hy numerous injuries, switched to the single wing l'orntation which proved to he a surprising and elleetive move. 'l'he Georgia leant had practiced and wasted a week on a defense l'or the and the Wildcats' change came near upsetting the Bulldogs. lloth teams played scoreless hall in the lirsl quarter hut the passing ol lN'l.cK.all netted a tally lor the llull- dogs in the second period. Kentucky scored two suc- cessive touchdowns in the linal l'rame hut the Bull! dogs came hack to win in the linal seconds. lil-l2. MICHIGAN S'l'A'l'l'1 llI'Il"lCA'l'S YVll,DCA'l'S, 2-0 Coach Charlie ll2ltTlllllZlll'S Spartans kept their ree ord perfect hy defeating Kentucky 2-0 011 Stoll lfltrltl. 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'. ,yg mf ,,U,,,1 I GENE HAAS, Guard X ",'."F35f if, ' LQ' L i -:4.Mi'5!' . L h U :4 f 'il ,JK - -1 L .951 if 'iii.5fz.S4'9- :x x ' ,,,,4,ag V gil, A k V 5' Q xx .W , 1 .I K "Uwe hf, t-' wiv n4"fw A 'JM 1. 1' ' " , fa. ' 4. s WASH SERINI, Tackle .V an .rc .-.x ',,,1.f 3- ,W ,Qi -1 'wa' , V13 m.Jmv.K: --3,-,, s 2 , ' . - ' '..,,.,1,'u.1 V4 - . I.liO ARlCNS'l'lClN-C2uard-Freshman-Hleight i95- llrooklyn, N. Y. 'I'his hoy saw action in most ol' the games. Was outstanding on defense. BILL ARNSPARCICR-'l'arkle-Freshman-XVeight I85-Paris, Ky. llill hroke into the lineup in the latter pllrl ol' the season. He turned out to he very reliable in his position. RICHARD RICAI.-llack-lfreslnnan-Weight I70- Ciovington, Ky. Although Dick did not play too much. when he was in there he did some good hall toting. Likely a regular next year, hc will he a real asset to the team. KENTON CAMl'l!l'Il.l.-llack-lfreslnnan-Weight H12-Newark, Ohio "Dutch" first hroke into the lineup when jimmy Howe was injured. His hest runs are from the single winghack ,forination. His long runs were the hright spots lor ihe Wildcats in many ol' their games. XVILLIAM CHAMHICRS-llack-Sophomore-XVeight l72-l-luntington, XV. Va. With sttperh passing, llill handled the intricate "'l"' l'ortnation with great skill. When he was l'orced out ol' the lineup hy a leg injury, the team was formed to employ the single winghaek l'ormation until his return. NICK ENGLlSIS-'l'ackle-lfreslnnan-Brooklyn, N. Y. Nick usually hroke into the lineup with his llrooklyn teammate. I-le also looked good on defense. DOC lflilll?.l'1I.I.-Guard-Freshman-Weight 2l0- Riclnnond. Ky. Doe was a line guard. He very seldom missed a tackle ot' a hlock. He was like a piece ol' granite. During the season a shoulder injury sidelined hitn for a nnmher ol' games. With his return. the line took its old shine. 'l'he Navy brought a halt to a hrtlltant entltng ol the season. Ifklill FICRRIS-Center-l"reshman-Weight ISO- l'eoria, Ill. Fred was the point alter touchdown man. l-le had a hettet' than .500 average for place kicking. When he played center, he showed real possihilities. GICNIQ lIAAS-Uuartl-lfreslunan-Weight I75- lronton. Ohio Gene was the other old stand-hy of the line, one ol' the Wildcat unsung heroes. His hloeking was ex- eellent and he often hroke through the opposing defense to hreak up tnany plays. lhe IIAMICS HOWIi-llack-Ifresliman-Weight IG!!- l-'t. 'l'homas, Ky. jimmy was the fleet-looted hoy on the eluh. llis hrokcn lield running was something to hehold. Dur- ing the tniddlc ol' the season he hroke his collar hone and was not ahle to play until the last two games. 'I"he first game after his return he hroke away for two touchdowns. NORMAN KI.lilN-llack-l"reshman-Weight i62- Louisville, Ky. Little Norm was the old standhy of the hacklield along with jim Parrott. His swivel hipping and kick- ing were verv good. Although many a time. it seemed as though we were tackled, he always managed to squeeze out. Norm was known as the team's "little Itnntlle ol' power." 'IAMICS l.l'l"I'I.li-'I'aekle-Senior-Weight 193- Portsmouth, Ohio Captain .lim held down his post very well. Oppos- ing linemen found him a ,tough customer. He never missed a tackle and heltl the team together while in the lineup. 'l'OM. l.l'l"l'I.l'1-lind-Fresltman-Weight ISO- Prineeton, W. Va. 'l'om was one ol' the many good ends the coach had. 'l'om played in every game and displayed real l'oothall talent. ltlen IIICSSIQ McCUNli-lind-Sophomore-Weight ltlfl- Louisville, Ky. Jesse started the season at end but later was shifted to tackle when the tackle situation became acute. He played equally well in either place. He might be called "lack-ol'-all-trades." LOUIS McDONAI.D-Center-I-'reshman-Weight littl- l'atlucah, Ky. Lou broke into the lineup alter Shorts lcI't the teatn. He proved a very capable lill-in and held that position I'or the rest of the season. IIIM IRIXRRO'l"l'-llack--Iunior-Weight i85- Springheld, Ky. This player was the most, unheralded player on the clttb. His ball carrying was par-excellence and his blocking and tackling were very good. HENRY l'AlII.-'I'ackle-lfreslnnan-Weight 220- l'aducah, Ky. Big Hank was the second biggest man on the team. He broke into the lineup frequently and made a good showing each litne. ANTHONY RO'l'llNNO-lind-Freshman-XVeight l7'l-Canton, Ohio 'l'ony was undoubtedly one of tlte best tackles on the teatn. His specialty was going down ttnder punts and stopping a man in his tracks. His tackling was hard :tml made his defensive work better than his ollensive dttties. IVRANCIS S.-XlINlIliRS-llack-lfreshman-Weight V75-McKeesport, Pa. "Duke" came into the lineup when Chambers was iniured. His ball handling and blocking made him one ol' the best on the teatn. Wll.llliR SCHll-lind-.Iunior-Weight l75m Versailles, Ky. Wilbur saw a lot ol' action. He snared many a dillicult pass and very seldom missed tackling the ball carrier when the opportttnily arose. HUGH SHANNON-'l'ackle-Freshtnan-Weight 2I5--- Ifluntington, W. Va. Another ot' the big boys on the club, Hugh played a good game. He tackled hard and blocked skillfully. An injury kept hitn oll' the lield part ol' the season. FLOYD Sl-IOR'l'S-Clenter-Freshman-Weight l!t7- Sharon, I'a. Floyd played very well at the center post. l-le showed great talent in backing up the line. Opposing men found hitn a tough nut to crack. lOl-IN SlI'l'AK-CLuard-lfreslnnan-Weight ltlfl- 'I'iltonsville, Ohio john very ably lilled the shoes ol' Doc Ferrell. He made many a tackle and put up great opposition against the opposing squads. HOB.-X R' I' 'I'llOM.'XS-llack-liresltman--Weight lli5'-- lleaver, l'a. Hobie showed great talent when in the game. lix- perience will bring his ability out, to make him another Kentucky Sl:lt'. ROGICR YOS'l'-llack--Freslnnan-Weight l75-- Kansas City. Mo, Roger displayed his running ability very well. I-le is last and very shilty and shows promise ol' being a great ball player. -At.tn':tt'r Rl'1YNOl.ltS Ul.H.H. FACULTY ADVISER Hclcn lllnrkwcll OFFICICRS J.-WIA: fllllll.-KM . . . . . , , Prmiflmf lll'1l.ICN lmvls . jmx flllalllll . lll':'l"rx' Sx Davis, Oldham, Crabb. Faulkner Gibson, Shelley, Flclshmsm, Palmore Smith, Taylor, Errlckson, Golderburg Dorsey, Cross, McGux'k, Bureau Vll'l 92 Virn-Pr1'si1Im1I . S!?l'I'l!fIll'y 71l'l'llSlll'L'l' STUDENT MEMBERS jczmnc Bureau Mary jane Dorsey Jane Errickson Betty Lcc Flcishman lilizzllmelh Faulkner Zell Goldberg Pat Shely Marjorie Smith Ann Taylor Rupp Adolph Rupp is not always the vehement man above. Most often he is a genial gentleman who leans back in his chair. pulls on a cigar. and talks basketball. For Rupp, lil'teen years court coach ol' the Kentucky Wildcats, can all'ord to talk about the sport that put the Blue- grass University on the map. His boys call him a "slave-driver" and he is. But playing on a Rupp-coached quintet is an honor they light lor. ln lil'teen seasons his teams have won 2-I0 tilts and dropped only til. His Cats have won eight Southeastern Clonferenre championships in those years. anncxing the titles in I933, l5l35. lSl37. l!l39, l9l0. l9l2. I9-l-I. and 19415. And since the Rupp era began lI0llCl'S have lost only eight battles on the home Alumni gymnasium lloor. Statistics alone do not tell the story ol' basketball at Kentucky. Fans know that every year lighting, hard-breaking. accurate-shooting Wildcat teams will come out to beat the nation's top quintets. Teams like that ol' last year which knocked oil' pacers like St. johnsl Illinois, Ohio University and Notre Dame. And that was a war year. Rupp called into the Kentucky mountains. l'ound gangling I7- ycar-olds and Army-rejected high school graduates. and built them into a team which downed lil opponents and lost to but two. This season too, topsy-turvy though it was, showed the touch ol' the coach who last year was named too baskctball's all-time Hall ol' Fame. Overpowered and sometimes outclassed, the Wildcat nctters have lost only eight battles on the home Alumni gymnasium lloor. Dubbed "The Man in the Brown Suit" and a dozen other epithets, Adolph Rupp is always good news-for his violent vocal outbursts at games and his spurring comments at practice session. Undoubtedly the man knows how to shout. But he also knows how to turn out basketball teams. Kentucky is proud ol' its Rupp. -lil'1'l"l'Y'l'l'1VIS 93 The lllen llv BI'1'I"l'Y 'l't-:vts lllllli 'l'lNGl.li: lanky forward from Bedford, Kentucky. is this year's captain and the most unorthodox player Rupp has ever coached. He hits the basket from im- possible angles, leads the team in scoring for thc coin- plete season. Six feet three inches tall, weiglnng l85, 'l'ingle is a sophomore with two more years of Wildcat varsity ahead ol' him. ALIGN GROZA: eighteen-year-old freshman from Mar- tin's Ferry, Ohio, was the "boy with perfect basketball hands." a great team spirit, and an uncanny ability at hitting the basket. Drafted midway through the sea- son, Grola had amassed enough points to lead the teatn in scoring and to be tabbed by Adolph Rupp as one of his live all-time court "greats." Groza will probably return to Kentttcky after the war. UIACK PARKINSON: sophomore guard from Yorktown, Indiana, is the team's long-shot artist and cool offensive player. Parkinson is 20, weighs I74, and stands six feet tall-somewhat short for a Kentucky player. Quiet and deliberately accurate in his playing, Parkinson with his shooting has pulled several Wildcat gatnes into stu'e victories. Wll.llllR SCHU: junior forward from Versailles, is the team's most consistent player, hitting crips and taking opposition shots oll' the backboard with equal ease. A football tnan too, Schu hopes to coach physical edu- cation aftcr graduation. He is 21, six feet fottr inches tall, and he weighs I75. Schu is one of Rupp's Big 'l'hree. carried over from the record-smashing lllll basketball outlit. lil-1N'I'ON CAMl'Illil,l.: Six feet four inch freslnuan center has done well in the pivot spot vacated by Alex Groza. Member of the powerful Newark, Ohio high school team for three years, Campbell has been named all-SEC since playing for the Wildcats. Campbell is eighteen and he weighs l95. Playing with a smooth easy style, he has lit well into the Rupp scheme of basketball. JOHN STOUGH: fast-moving freslnnan guard. is live feet ll inches tall and he weighs 155. He is I9 and hails from Montgomery, Alabama, and the high-scoring Sidney Lanier high school team of which he was cap- tain for two years. IAMICS HOWE: freslnnan forward, earned scoring honors in the few gatnes he played before the draft intervened. Six feet tall and weighing 163, Howe was a Highlands flfort Thomasj star before entering the University. A football player as well, Howe might have taken the regular guard post on the Wildcat basketball teatn had he not entered the Artny midway in the season. lllI.l. S'l'URCll.I.: junior guard from Prestonslmurg, is six feet two inches tall and weighs 185. Sturgill is another good offensive man and Coach Rupp has alter- nated him with -Iohn Slough at the guard post. Sturgill will be back to play varsity ball at Kentucky his senior year. 94 fl 0423 J IKMIQS DURHAM: freslunan forward from Anchorage is six feet three inches tall and he weighs ISO. Durham all season has been one of Rupp's most protnising freshmen but the possibility that he tnight be drafted has kept the Kentucky coach frotn depending too much upon Durham. BUDDY PARKICR: sophomore forward is live feel ten inches tall and he weighs 150. A wiry defensive and olfensive player, Parker is spirited and determined His "spark" pulled the important Long Island Univer- sity game in New York from a near loss into a certain win by renewing the team's faith and spirit. Parke: is I9 and a native lexingtonian. ' ALONZO NELSON, liD Al.l.lN. and CICORCIC VllI.lCH. in addition to 'l'ingle, Schu. Parkinson, Campbell. Parker, Sturgill. Slough, Durham, and Cirola were awarded letters. Ntnnerals were presented to DICWARD COMPTON. l'1RNliS'l' SPARKMAN. CHl'1S'l'l'1R DUPF and SlNCl.l'1'l'ON YICARY. Basltelhall f' ' ' x When the Wildcats had polished oll the J rtny and the Navy in quick succession, the rest of the season looked all-civilian. fronically, though, it was the service that toppled the high-stepping Cats from an Il-straight win streak. lt was the service, in the form of a handful ol' induction notices, that jerked cogs from Rupp's mighty machine periodically. Against Fort Knox's Armoraiders on December fl, lilll, Coach Adolph Rupp used his three lettermen. 'l'ingle. Parkinson and Sehu, and l-I promising new- comers to smash the Army 56-23. Tingle scored lfi points and Parkinson chalked up I2 markers remin- iscent ol' high-scoring days in l9I-l. Rupp was ob- viously testing for a eotnbination and the play of Groza and Alabaman johnny Slough was outstanding. Again marking up 56 points, the Wildcats held ISerea's V-l2'crs to 32 the following Saturday in Altunni gym. The clean-playing. hard-driving Navy lads earned the respect of llK's students who involuntarily broke into singing "Anchors Aweigh" hallway through the tilt. Alex Groza ambled into the gym half-way through the game and announced to Coach Rupp that he had just been classified l-A. That same week jim Howe and Dick Derrickson passed their Army physi- cals. and the lettermen chose jack 'l'ingle captain for l941l-15. Despite the frantic efforts of letterman Mueller who harassed Kentucky last year, the Wildcats whipped the University of Cincinnati Bearcats 66-24 the fol- lowing week. 'l'he lingle, Urofa. Parkinson. Schu combination seemed set and Rupp shuttled Howe, Slough and Sturgill at the guard post. All season that guard hesitancy caused the Baron worry as two pos- sibles were drafted under his very nose. What prognosticators ligured a "tough battle" turned into a Wildcat walkaway when high-pointing Wilbur Schu and Alex Crola led the Cats to a 61--13 victory over lndiana in Louisville. 'l'his victory over the boys from "the basketball state" brought the six- game series record to three apiece. And then going became tougher for basketball players as Christmas approached and students de- serted the catnpus for three weeks. 'l'he cagers prac- ticed continnally and met Ohio State in Lexington on December 23, defeating the lluckeyes in an ovet'- time. l.ast year's Big 'l'en champs pitted giant center Arnold Risen front Williamstown, Ky., against the Wildcat pivot. Croza ol' Martin's Perry, Ohio. Grola hit I6 points and 'l'ingle and Parkinson trailed at I5 each as the Cats edged out a 53--I8 victory-closest of the schedule thus far. Nip and tuck throughout, the game ended -I-I-all and went into a live-minute extra frame. In those tninutes the Wildcat heat scored ll points to Ohio's -l. as 'I'ingle and Parkinson hit lielders and team-mates annexed 5 free throws. Piling onto an eastbottnd train Christmas morn- ing. the Wildcats traveled to Buffalo next to meet the University of Wyoming Cowboys and beat them 50-Ili. 'I'he Westerners gnve the Cints trouhle nud maurv n listener nt the specinl hrozulcnst nrrnnged hy SuKy to Alumni gylll. thought the lvllllflll win wns ended. Alex Groln hit his stride on Ilecemher Eltl in I'hilzi- delphin when he snnk n lnst-second lielder to win the gnme I'or the Clnts nt -I5-Il ngniust 'I'empIe. l.c:uI- iug hy severnl points in the lnst hnll. the Owls were overtnkeu hy n I0-minute rnlly which put them ont. point hehind n few seconds helore tirofn suenlaed in his winning crip. Stngiug n whirlwind rnllv thnt thrilled Mndison Squnre bnrdens l8,0tNl newly-loruu-d Isentuckv Inns. the Rupp proteges overczune n I5-point lend to tie Loug Islnud lluiversitv. nnd then forged nhend in thc overtime to win 62-52. Long' shot nrtists from I.. l. ll. piled up n II-39 lend Ill minutes hom tht linnl 1.gun.hel'ore the lint mnchiue hegnu to roll. Little lluddv l'nrker. linrd-plnving I'orwnrd. went into the gzune nnd immedinlely hit n long. long shot thnt spnrked his tennt-mnles into n mndlv nccurnte rnlly ington outlit wns in perlect control ns it nccouuted lot ll points wlule holding the lnnkees to n loue polut. Alex tlrovn scored 25 points in the gzune nnd l'orw:u'd Wilhur Schu wns second-honor mnn with lti. Returning Uk students lound their lugh-riding Wildcnts hnck nt school in .Inuunrv nnd rendv to meet Ohio lluiversity the first Snturdnv night ol' the new tlllIll'lCl'. And meet them thc cngcrs did. chnlktng up their ninth strnight victorv with n score ol' 511-lti, Arknnsns Stnte College gnve the Clnts n chnuce to trv Kenton Klnmphell. foothnll stnlwnrt. in the pivot slot. 'l'he Wildcats won 75,6 nnd everv mnn ou the hench tried his hnud nt point nrnlcing. .lim llowc wns high mnu with I2 mnrkers. Alex Grorzi howed out to lientuclev hnskelhnll tlu following Snturdni when lieutuclsv Iirst met Michi- gnn Stnte ntul druhhed them titi-275. 'lihough trniliug nt the hnll', the Rupp men scored high in the second ns .lnck Pnrkinson luurg' up 225 points nnd fil'0l2I mnde l'l. 'l'he hlow cnme on Alnnunrv 21 when the trndi- tionnl rivztl Tennessee Volunteers took Kentucky into the Knoxville cnmp nnd defenled them 35-Ill to end n trlumphnnt wuuung.g strenk ol ll gilllllui lor the Lnts. A hitter contest. mnrkcd hy hlencher lighting nnd close rel'crecing.g. it wns lost in the second hnll' hv Keutuckv's lnilure to cnpitnlile on l'ree throw nttempts. lu n close til-58 contest nt Atlnntn the Clnts hent ' . their Rehel rivnls nnd pncked up high tndnrdutl records lor liugle. Pnrkinson, Schu nml Slough. More lree throw misses contrihuted to the loss to Notre Dnme in Louisville hy n 50-58 tnllv. Sulkv sent its lnemhers to n hnskethnll gnme for the lirst time in thriller victory over the Irish, llut. though hotly fought nnd nlmost cinched in it dolen points. the gnntc wns lost nnd the Wildcnts I'elI n notch or two on the nntionnl rulings. thnt tied the tilt. ln the overtune period, the l.ev- two venrs nnd Louisville wns crowded with UK stu- dents hopiug to see their Wildcnts duplicnte lElII's 'l'o CQeorgia's llnlltlogs on their own home rottrt. 'l'ronnt'ing the llniversity ol' Cincinnati llearrats the now-wary Wiltlcats hanclecl a 723-37 defeat three lm' thc get-mul 'imc this Season, Rul,I,',4 4-mm mm, days lillCl'- wottntl up the reg.gular year with a 65-35 linal gatnt lly a Sl-F42 score the llig lllne next took Georgia for the hooks. 'l'he Wildcat win-loss record stootl at 'l'et'h's lingineers in a set'ontl'halIi whirlwintl. Fanvy I7 out ol' 20 and the team looketl torwartl to exams shooting hy the 'l'ec'h outlit inenaeetl the Wiltlcats for ami 4, 4,-il, U, thc m,,-UL the lirst half. hut seeontl-periotl rushing left tltetn RA hxil , In I I.. ' Y Q trailing. Wilhnr Svhn playetl a hrilliant nntler-thC- t'lH0U'l"'g "L 'nm 'Hill' "'m.""l t" my 'X im.-kt., mum. mul WMM Second In Jack 'I-ingh, in haskethall ltllIl'llCy played oll ni Nlathson Square I-ar points M.m.Cdl tlen. the Wtltleats snlleretl their niost tlillirtllt los Upset of thc V-nr was the mi-50 hm In Midliggm ol the year. Hatl they-tleleatetl Ohio State. their hrst State two tlars later in liasl Lansing. 'I'he Cats hail :'fh'cm"'y' 'iw cms mllihll haw lf""L' 0" U' Wm ill' previously tletealetl the Spartans in easy fashion antl "A1'S'f""' "eww" PIU? Im: W""'l"' 'll 'hc w"N'C"" "f'3""' the lti-point loss staggered lientucky fans who heat-tl illltl then taekle the winner ol' the parallel National the game tia ratlio. .Xn aggressive accttrate ontlit. the llllllilllllllill """"'Cl'- Spartans t'2ll?llll'llllTt.l on lViltlc'at errors to hit the Lex- nm HWY didn-I will-,ln-y played not-too-snlooth i:ii:lnEVE::'ll':lCwM:n".1Slgrxldli:fI,?1Eli::C:!l'T.0:::::lHmmm' lmaskethall heI'ore ltl.tltltJ Yankee slit-vtators antl lost ' ' f ' ' I ' ' to a teatn they hatl tlownetl once this year during' tht Caine ol' the year lollowetl innnetliately on the rcgulgn' 51-axon, 'l'he injury ol' Captain .lark linglt 110015 Ui' UIC Slfilflllll ClN'Ull'llUl'- A wvvk lllltl il lllllf tnitlway in the secontl hall' :intl the roinhination ot session ol' t'ont'entratetl drilling showecl plainly in thc "m,I,,-atifml,1,-5" Q-0,,l,-ii,l,,Cd H, Hmm. ,hc mm.m., six-point tleleat the rerivetl Wildcats gave then' night an "oIl'nii,gl1t" for lientufky. l5-l7. Southern rivals. 'l'he Vol-Cal game parked Alumni I t V mm with 3.500 umm. spCl.mlm.S who ww the V015 .ln a ronslolatton ganie live tlill'S'l2llt'li. lxentnelq take an early leacl-onlt' to he ent tlown hx' ac'enrat'v dclfiillul 'UNH CUIIC9-1" lm' "Ulf" "l'5l"""""l lmvl' :intl speetl antl spirit that niatle the Kenttirkians ini- Wllfdl had Im' 'U Nm" lurk ll"'W'45"l" 'HK' il"'I.'5 Vimihlc in IIN, hm minutes. quintet lost to the Cats hy a titi-515 score. Nlontlay following' the tritnnphant Wildcats an- Returning to Lexington the team was a silent rrew nexetl Ohio llniversity's llohcats at .Xthens lay a til-38 hut Coach Adolph Rupp began imtnetliatelt' to think sttore. This game. less tlillifnlt than the early-season in tertns of next year. Letterinen lingle. Parkinson victory over the Ohio University quintet. hronght Srhn. Cainphell. Slough, Stnrgill, Parker, Allin. Din' lielittlc'ky's recortl to lli wins and three losses for the ham. antl Yulich will prohahly he hark. Anil Coarli season. Rupp is looking for another fiftllll. 97 ',.,. ..,. ., .. .--.. ... .., . - ..,. .. ,,,..... ..., --..... , l - . ee -M ...H - -.,..,--,,....m,. W. ., ,N-W 4 l Front Row--Left to Right-Watts, Nelson, Parker, Yeary, Derrickson, Reynolds, Allln. 1 Second Row-Coach Rupp, Schu, Parkinson, Tlngle, Cooper. Stough. Sturgtll, Chambers, Parks, Manager, Mann, Trainer. Tlzirrl Row-Campbell, Compton, Durhnm, Sparkman, Duff, Grozn, Allen, Howe, Weiner. 'there have lmeen eratic. unprediclahle, tough-luck seasons in Kentucky hasketball-hut the lil-lvl--I5 ses- sion seems to top them all. Beginning with a power- house ll-game winning streak and ending hy a loss in Madison Square Carden to a team once-deI'ealed the same season, this was a confusing hut. eternally- exciting year for the Wildcats. Coach Adolph Rupp alternately pulled his hair and beamed eoulidcntly as the 'Cats downed the nation's hest and then lost to underdog outlits. By far the season's greatest hlow was the loss to the Army how- ever. XVheu "one in a million" Alex Grola was draft- ed the teant struggled for leadership Init seemed to need two games tlhese with Michigan Stale and 'l'en- nessccj to get hack on its collective l'eet. And when it did there was rejoicing in Lexington and the fans who had given the 'Cats up for lost, renewed interest. 'l'he season ended on a low ehh-as Ohio Stale pounded the Big Blue in sight ol' l8,000 Madison Square Garden fans. But the win-loss record stands at 20 and Sl. Letter- men in masse are returning in I9-l5-Alti. Adolph Rupp ol' the hall ol' fame is still here. Kentucky looks ahead to a great session in haskethall next year. In Memoriam . . . Hthleiics 'lik MEI, BREWER Iinskzftlmll 'fx .IIM flOl"UR'l'll lffillfflllll 'ik' ED CLUIILSON Iflllllllllll 'KR' -IIM KING Iinslccflfmll and lin.w'lmIl 'ff 1.E'l'ELl .E S'l'El'H ENSON Szvivllmirlg 99 f-5 If !JBBf1I1lZH'l'lUI1i3 I U l'numl1'rl nl UIlf1'I'I'.Yff-Y ul lx'f'r1!Hr'l:vv, l'llH l'lTR POSIC lu IJVUIIIUIC Irvc slllclvnl Illil'llYSl0ll on pmlmlcms ol :Ill llu cluln givvs lll1'SlllllL'Ill :I fllllllli lil work with ill'l IIHIIDIUIIN lull mflumlccl 111 thc rcgulalr vulliclllum. lr xx Wlkl-Aux . l'1I.Il.XIlI'1'I'lI film:-s1l'l1 Mil Smith Anne liirclwcll CIl1ll'ICS.l0llCS Mary l,CCBl'OCklll1lll Joe W ard 1 i I T X ' ' .XIDVISICR IM l I IX Ranymuml Ikzwnllurl OI"l"ICll'fRS NIl'1MlSl'IRS Hclcn AVIIOIII lilif:1l1cll1Ciug'gill Belly Kirkpatrick livu SillglCl0ll 3 1 ,W gazffsg . ' ,Fmt 5 ,' xg' . - xg. 102 ax A .2-5 'A hw QQ? . , I'l'r'.xi1l1 g!'t'l't'IlI rj" 'l'rrrr.x H rw' Carol Ruurlx livclyn Grccn lilimlmclh CZHIIJSICI Belly Hzxrris jeu n W ircmnn ar F. .if ltlllllllllfll nl Ihr llrli1f1'1'.viI4v uf Kl'Illll1'lfAY in IUAIU tlmttc Wt I tcztualt . . litlwina Ahrahant Vivian Ahraham llctly llanc Atlair Dorothy Arlams Martha .lane Allcn llcllcllanc Allison Shirley Antlcrson Virginia Bahh I,illy llakcr lluhy llartlctt Virginia llracly Mary llrtnvn ll. O. llurkc llclcn llurkc Clharlccn llurris Margie llurlon .loanna Carpcntvr Margaret Cash lloh Cltvttgll Xlartlta Clrult'lllit'ltl llillitr Dale WtNNn-1 Rox' Iacwts . ANN llllN'l'lN . . h'lARY l,u.t.l,-xN llrwts Ann Marie Douisi Miltlrctl Dunn lfranris ICmcrson Mary Kathcrinc liuhank llvlly l.ct' lflcishman l,aNcllc lioglc Ann lfolcy Miltlrctl Fork llctty lfox Mona Gallrcin Calvin S. Garhcr Acla Louis Gasscr llcvcrly Claulkc Claudine Clihson kllillllllflll Coggin Ilclmccczl Grigshy Margaret Hall llill Haygart . . , john lslcncy ltlt M ty llill tjvorgt' llohhs l"Ai1llI.'l'Y ADVISICR Dorothy livaus Olfl"lCl'lRS MICMISICRS Ciccilc llntlson llclcn Ci. llllll'lll'l'1llll Margaret .lamison l:u'tlnclinc lcnkins I llctty ulblvr Maxine .johnson Nora Loc johnson l'om .johnson Calhoun 'loncs .john Ktrlxhlislt Hazcl Kcnnctly l"rant'cs llorlou Mary l.aMastcr l+'lot'cm'tr lrantlrum Rivhartl l,l'fil'1lllll Shcrmau Lcilrantl Paul Littleton Cllatlys l.on'cnlhal Ilvwcll lllvllvc Sarah ll. Mrltatntnan Wilma Mt'Mnllc'n 103 Vo I'rf'tirlrnI . Lo-l'r'1'.vi4lf'l:I , , . .h'1'l'Tl'lIlI'!l' Iillllliflfxl' lilmirnmn llillicllcan Moore Mary Mulligan Nvllic Napicr I'anlint' Null llonnc 0'llonnt-ll Shirley Phillips .tllvlltvizt Polliltt' lulia Pogut' Doris Poole Ailcnc l'rcslon llvlly -lane l'ric-stly I Xirginia Ray l'cgg'y Ruynoltls llarhara Riu' lla-tty Rohcrts llctty Rohinsou llclcu Rose Paltit' Rosuttlmt't'gc't Vt-ra Vit ian Salycr liclla Srott Ivan Shropshirt' Uaylt- Slomvr Mary l.. Smith john M. Smyth Miltlrctl Sparks Rowcna Sparks limily Slcclt' Shirlcy Stoltz Billy Swift .Xnnc 'l'aylor Suv 'l'homas llolorvs 'l'hompson I'illit' Walker Ann Wartl l,ois Wartl Mary l.ouisc Wchh l"ram'1's Wilhoytv llclt-n Williams .lark Workman llt'lt'tl York Napier, Bassett, Kemper l l"oun1Ir'rl in Nea' York City, l.S'.S"l Izlxlrrllvrl nl Ihr Uniw'rsiIy of Kl'IIlIIl'lfy, IUIU ENGINEERS l'llRl'OSli 'l'he Ul""ZlllllZlll0ll strives I'or the :ulrantenlent ol' the theorx' and practice f:lnelec'tric'al engineering anrl the allietl arts and SClClll'CSl. l"AClll.'l'Y ADVISICRS Brinkley llarnetl li. A. liureau ll. A. RUlllZlll0Wlll M ICM IHCRS Cleraltl Napier .lames Ilisle Marie Kemper Clifton Bassett l"nullflr'1l in Nm' York City, ISS!! luslrlllml on Ihr: Cnmjmx, IUII l'llRl'OSl'1 'l'l1e purpose ol' the American Society ol' Mechanical lingineers is to promote the art antl science olf mechanical engineering and the allied arts and sciences: to encourage original re- , search: to foster engineering etlueation: to atlvance the stantlartls ol' technologists: antl severally in cooperation with other engineering and technical societies to hroatlen the usefulness ol' the BC a n I engineering profession. l"ACIlll.'l'Y ADVISICR ENGINEERS S. li. Walton MICMIWIRS IN l"AC1llI.'llY l1.KI..letl Perry West A. 'l. Meyer -I. M. May ll. ll. llawkins 0I"l"lCII-IRS Nlrilu. ll.-xiii-tk . . . . . . . . I'w-sirlrnl .lol-1 STI-1l'IIl'1NS . . l'ir1'-I'r1'xirlw1:l -Il'fANIC'li'I'l'l Rm'Nol,ns . . .S'r'rr'wl11rjv I-lonwuui Msrinzw . . . 'l'n'u.vuw'r MICMBICRS William D. Hatcher Charles Fox 'luclson Cramer Owen Lewis Douglas Bumstetl .john Cashman liarhara Nolon litlwarcl lilclcr Roy Crawlortl Mayhew, Hatcher, Baker, Reynolds, Crawford, Stevens, Fox Lewis, Elder, Bumstend, Cramer, Morreaux, Cashman, Noland -james Monreaux 104 S'l'lIlll'IN'l' CI'IAI"l'ER ot-' AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Fnumlrvl in Nrw Yo-rl: Cily. 1852 lIl.VlllHl'll nl Ihr' lllliwttvily of It'r'r1l1u'lty, 1921 PIIRPOSIC To nllortl :tn opportunity for thc tnemhers ol' the Civil Engineering class to heeoiue ztccqunintcd: to promote at spirit ol Congeniality between the classes: to :tcqunint the lnemhers with topics ol' interest to Cixil Engineering students tlwough the medium of popular :ultlrcsses hy tzotupetent speakers and metuhers: :intl to foster at professional spirit among the students. MEMIHCRS IN l7AClII.'l'Y ll. V. Terrell A. I.. Chumhers R. E. Shaver W. ml. Currel l"ACIII.'I'Y ADVISER A. I.. Chzunhers OFFICERS UIMNIQ VAN HORN. ju. .... . . . lfmsizlrfizt Norm.-IN A. CIIRISMAN, jk. . . Vim-Pre.vifIf-nt .lxxlc l'uu.t.u's . S1'rr1'lrtry-'l'rm:surnr MIQNIIII-IRS Edith Conant George R. 'l'urner .lean Johnston Betty MeN:nuer Keith White Raul I.:u'climh:tI jim l'zu'rott Ellen Ziglar Civil ENGINEERS 105 Van Horn Phillips, Chrisman White, McNamer Lardlzabal, Johnston Ziglar, Turner Earle, Stanonis, Mldkltf I strive I'IXliCIIl'I'IVI'1 COM M I'I"I'I'IIi l"r1ll flllllfflfl' Rztmcllc l':tttcrson, cltztirmzttt: Ilick I,cCLr:ittcl. -Iuautilzt Hcnclry. llill lluc'klcr, Hzucl 'I'ztyIor. Mattie lictnpcr. Cnrclttcr Recd. COMMI'I"I'IiI'1 CI-IAI R MICN Ruth Pcrlmutlcr, lrcnc llrimlgctnztn, Louise llcntlrv. Becky Lowe. AIlll'g1lI'Cl Davis. I.ut'y Ilyrtl Oliver, Annu Ilutlcll. loam Scott. I':tt Uztlmlc, Mullin' Iivclvil lluttglzts. Ilvlly I.i'g'on. 1 l SICCER I'1'l'ARY Clturlccn Burris if Hlphe Chi Sigma Kldwell. Elkl , B'0 . -f - Q A J.,,,,,,,S, Hu,,'Q, Hiuwn c.HEMts 1 RY IIONORARY FIIIIIIIIUII al lflli1'l'I'.YfIj' of II,f,W'UlISfll, N102 lnslnllwl ml Ihr' l,f'rlit'z'i'.vil-v Ol lX'I7IIIIlf'liy f'lIllIlIll.V in IOI7 I'llRl'0SIi lo lmiml its tncmlxcrs with at lic ol' true :mtl lasting' l'ritrmIsltip: I0 lor tltu utlvttncclttcill ul cltcnttstry. lmollt :ts :I Si'lCllK'C :mtl :ns at in lltt' Zlllillll- prul'cssiot1: to :tial its mcntlncrx hy cu-ry litmuratlmlc means tm-nt nl their ztmlntmtis :ts chemists tltrotiglmut lltt-it' livcx. I"AClII.'I'Y ADVISICR M. H. lIctll'm'tI MIQMISICRS IN F.'XfZllI,'I'Y I.. I.. Quill Clllztrlus llzutkcttlnts rl. ll,Mitt:I1cII Ol-'FICICRS 'l'ttmt,xs li. I'lARI.lC . . . . llxvtn -I. Stfxxoxls V,tl.v.x CI. NIIDKII-il-' . U. I". Urillol M . II. lIctIl'm'tI . . Prwsirlmrl Ifirzf-l'r'1:.fi1lr'l1l S1'1'rf'l1lry l.l.m'n M. linux . 'I'r4f1l.vin'1'r M ICM llli RS lfrccl Noble Hill Clivstcr C. -jenkins Ric'lt:t1'cl II. I'IlIIll Louis li. Kiclwcll I'I,IiIlGIiS lztntcs l-Itlwztrtl IIVUWII. jr. Independent Council Front row-Gable, Burris, J. Hendry. Patterson, Douglas, Llgon, Taylor Second row-Perlmutter. Bridgeman, L. Hendry, Lowe, Davis, Oliver. DCIHCI1, Scott. 106 E55 E.vlnl1lixh1'1l on VIIIIIIIIIA ill 1932 PURPOSE lu provulc upporlnnilics lm' SCCl'Clill'llll lnniors to inccl lm' mimi .incl Ur..X. l.l.:nvl'v1m' l.xxlc'l' l'll'.l.Sl'll. . X'n'l,xN Vllilili N.xNrn' Ci Mlm: Virginian llnlmlm Helly ll1ll'llL'll llnlh Billings Szxrzlli llibgllll Rnlh llr:ull'orcl lrcnc l'xl'lllgClIlZlll Wanda Brown lScllyC1:n'ull1cl's -IZIIICI Collins lllll1lC0lll'1lll fl1lllICl'llICDClllllS lrcnc Dickens Ann DUIIUYZIII Nalnry llmuwnil F.-XCl7I,'l'Y .XIJVISIQRH Dr. Rlllll li. 'llmnnls 0l+'l"lCII'IllS RY . LXSS . .wx x Yunxia MIQMIIIHRS lilizuliclli Dorsey llclpllial l,llllllCg2lll -lcnn l"2ll'l'lS Ilcllyc Forknul' .Xnnic l"rnnc'is Annu Cizlrrisun ,Mlm Uussur Salrnll Goodwin llllllllllll Hcnclry Louise lflcnmlry fllirislincl'lcniscll0l1lcr llcvcrly Hunt linnilx' llnnl pmlcssiunzll pllrpuscs. Nlrs. llumlliy 'I'. Mzlrlin . . l'1'1'.vi1lr'nl l'ir'rf-l'rr'xirl1'll I . S1'l'I'l'lIll'lV 'I'r1'n.m rrr .l2If'lllIl'llllC-lClIlill1S Nurs! -I0lllIS0ll lilnilyjoncs Mziricxlmics linngcnc Lay Rull1l.ilscy l'lllll1l Lykins Rowcnc Many I,.illi:1nMrUni1'c Virginia Mcycr xloycc Miller M:n'g:n'cl, Newell .'Xllllll'2l Pzirks l'znric'i:u Rimini-1' Sigma Epsilon Chi 107 Bacierioloqical Socieiu fflllllflffl nl Ihr' l"llf1'I'l'Silj' of lx'1'l1Iu1'l:y, IU35 l'URl'OSi'1 'l'Iic purpose ol' this society is the aidvainccnicnl oi' thu science of llziclcriolugy :mil the pru- inolion ol' icllowsliip :inning thu nicnibcrs. OFFI C15 RS .lxxx Ninn' Wxrasiclz . . . . - f'P'f'-Hffifll-' NiXR'lII.X NIANN . . . Vifff-1"'ff-YI1l"Ili NIAIl'llx i':X'l-'INN llolmisxs . , St'l'I'l'llll'll' llcmoiln' KIRIQLXNII . , . 'l'rr'ns:m'r Prit,c:huLt, Ernest, McMcokin, Klrl-zlnnd, Wagner, Mmm, Douglas l".'XC1liI,'l'Y :NDVI Dickinson, Stignll, Rainey, Cnnaidu, Turck, Bronston, Simpson, Blggcrstnlf R H XV U ,N Carnes, Manning, Farmer, Wilson, Davis, Ramsey, Marko, Patterson ' ' mu" Payton, Jackson, Maxwell, Elliot, Brydon. Dnlc, Danks, Portnmnn Preston, I-Inns, Villcsuvie, Munroc, McCmnn, Dugan, Allison, Goldcrbcrg 108 Illslullwrl nu flmlrj111.v, IU-IPI l'URl'OSlC "Mutual llcnclil llll'0llQll I"cllowsllip." 'l'o rcmlur :Ill possible :lid lu our I'L'll0w Hllltltilll- vclcrzlns in :ull prohlcms wllicill may 2ll'lNC. srlmlauslic' or olllcrwisc: lu promote goml lcllmvship lllil zlirl generally in llmc VClCl'illl'S rczuljuslmcnl lo civilian srlmol lifc. l",XCIlll.'l'Y AllX'l5l'1ll I'1'oI'. llcnncl Wzlll 0l"l"lCll'1RS Rlcx M. 'l'lIRI,l'.Y . . . . . . Cumumrulm l,lm'n I.. llurml . . l,l. Cnnnnumlm' Rum-ilu' ll. l'l,XS'l'llllllN . . ,-lfljulnnr l.lcNwl-:l.l. lj. lllvms . . 'I'w'ns11r1'r l'.-url, F. SANDS . . Sgl. nl ,-Irznx A. ll. MM' . . HIl.YiII1'N.V lllrnulgrfr MICMISICRS llill .Nlmy Carl Slllflilll' Marvin R. flllllI'llCy Alolm Mau l'l:n'rism1 l'.Smill1 Dcwzlrcl Compton . l-loyl Nolmlc liclwzlrml Stein ,loc COYlllgl0ll Bill Pcclun l'l1ilip'l'lmmns Hill Ilcrll llllllllllll R. l'l'icc 'loc Nl. Waml Veterans Club lau Sigma N,-XTION.-Xl, D,-XNCING l"R.Yl'1LRN l'l'Y 1funnrlf'1l nt Ilia lliiim'rx1'ly uf Knn.vn.s in l'l2S Inslnllwrl uri Iliff rwnzjlils in l9'l2 PURPOSIC To stntly the tlanee with its actoinpanying arts. music, flral the general interest. M.ixiti.flN I-liuuus . l'1l.I,liN 0 'BANNON JEAN Clmlns . Gwen l'at'e Sarah NIZIYSIIIIH Rotles lvolou Ross Peake Shchan Pat Shcly Rehceea Shinklc Dorothy Sympson Bonnie YVootLcn FAC1Ul,'l'Y ADVISICR lithel Smith O l"l"lCli RS MICMISICRS llelen Smith NlChllll'll'Y Martha Mann Helen 15. Milman PLEDGIES Marjorie Matmiller Caroline Mellieekin Marilou Monroe Mary 0'Ncill jane Oldham 110 na. antl ties igng antl to promote . . I'rr'sirlcflil . Secretary Treasurer Ann Barron Mary .lane Dorsey Zelma Goltlenherg Shirley Carmichael jean Collier l'alricia Cottrell Betty Haynes Eva Lewis .fi vo Sb xgfb Q5 db' Cb qw STUDENT GOVERNMENT STUDENT UNION BOARD l' U RPOSIH 'l'o act as the responsihle authority in relations among students and among student organizations: to act jointly with the University stall' in matters allecting common interets: and to atlvisc. request. and recommend action with respect to matters reserved to the University stall. lt is also the purpose ol' the Student Government Association to promote projects that are of interest to the student hotly. Embry l".XCllI,'l'Y AIJVISIERS YV. S. lVartl Marg.g:u'et Ratlill' C. C. Ross OlfIfltlliRS lint. Iimxltx' . . . . . . . . l'n'.vi1I4'uI lil-1l'l'Y .flxxlc f:INOCCIIl0 . l"i1'c-l'r1fxif11rnt limum' joxtcs . . , Sl'l,'l't!lIlVy lltucws'l'i-:R l'ul-:t.l's ...... . 1'l'l!ll.l'lH'lfl' htslulltrd nn CIIIIIIIIIXA, I939 Jones Glnoeehio Phelps 112 linrl AsIuc'r:ll'l Mcrl llukcr llclly llruucr William llucklcr llcunnc llurcalu Clmrlccn llurris jimmy Iluslcr Muryhcllc Culvert MICMIHCRS Wilma Clzmzuln NUl'lll2lll Clll'lSlllilll Marvin Churncy lilimlmclll Crnlmstcr llclly Loc Flcislnnam Mnrllln Uuylc Claudine Gibson Culvert, Gayle. Baker, Bucklcr, Robins, Buster Churncy, Fraysure, Bureau. Chrlsman, Watkins, Lawton Napier, Gibson, Burris, Hopkins, Canada, Ashcraft LeGrsmd, Braur, Hunt, Crapster, Flelshman lfrcml llill john llupkins limil ' llunl 5 William l.cCLru l"r:nu'cs IAIWIOII jerry Nalpicr john Rulmlbins lflis Ann Wallkms ml ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.... . , . ....-..u....- -.....-i.T.... Y , , Siudeni Uninn Bnard I'jslnI1lislu'1l ul l,!lli1ll'I'.l'ify nl lx'1rnIru'lcy, 1078 l'URl'OSl'l To nmke leisure time more l'ruiIl'ul through an hroaul progrznn of rccreulion und enler- lainlnenls: lo clcvelop leanlership: uncl lo enrich Slllkllllll IiI'c :lnml lo encourage liner appreciation through u meaningful cullnrul progrznn. Yates, Crapster, Blanton, Leach, Taylor, Ringo. Pace, Smith OFFICERS CZWIQN PACE . . . . . . . Pn'.vi1Icnl NIARIAN YA11-ps . Viva:-I'rr'.vidw1I Domus SMl'l'II . . Swcrzrlary RUTH Dlmock . . Treasurer FACULTY ADVISIERS Surah B. Holmes W. S. Walrml '1'.'l'.jones M. M. While DlRl31C'l'ORS Mackie Ralsdull Dorothy lixuns Direclor Sofia! Dirvzrlor MICMISIQIRS Marllm Ringo Maurice Leach Reginald llowen Nancy Ellen Taylor lilizalhelh Crapsler 114 X521 xvfw SHELBY HOUSE HAMILTON HOUSE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PHI UPSILON OMICRON 4-H CLUB 1 1 I! Oliver, Lockery, Rowland, Mason Sebre, Porter, Monier, Deutsch Harmon, Scott, Eubank, Routt Sisk, Wllhoyt, Layman. Glassccck Campbell, Sherley, Fentress, Strong, Ritchie lNl:n'gurct Cnmplmcll Mary Katherine liulmnk Martha Fentrcss Hz1zelGl:tsscock Rena Harmon Lucille Layman lfoumlcrl at Ilia U7li1ll'l'.S'ill' of Kl'Illlll"Cj' in 1934 PURPOSE Shelby House, the lirst cooperative house for girls eS- lnlmlishetl ut the University, is organized und run by 21 group ol' former -I-H cluh girls who were selected upon thc Imsis ol' their scholastic records :mtl qualities of leutler- ship. ll promotes more cooperative and economic living. FACllL'l'Y ADVISICRS Static lirikson Anita llurnauu Davis Sllfilll ll. Holmes OFFICISIRS junrrn Rowl.ANn . . . . . I'rr'.ri11cnl Amunm Mfxsos . l'i1'c-I'rcsidcuL ANN DI'1U'I'SCIl . . Sl't'l'Clll1'y Hl':l.l':N lNl0NlliR . Trcmrurcr M EM ll ERS Nancy Lockcry Lucy llyrtl Oliver Doris Enlow Porter jenn Ritchie lidyth Routt 116 Shelhu House joan Scott Bernice Sebrec Allcne Shirley Mary Lou Sisk Vclla Dune Strong Frances Wilhoyte M Ann Word Virginian Bernard Milclrecl Dunn livelyn Greene Marjorie Smith Dorothy Word Rosalie Creeeh M EM Bli RS Nell Cherry Cilonn Mae Kenney Kznliryn llluekforml lorenee jones AICIIIICII Wilson Carolyn Hensley june Gnmlgel Margaret Coggin Matilda Brown Irene Dickens Mzirtlm Ward Allene Morris jenn Newland Smith D Word Creech Goggm Brown Dicken Ward Sleene Newland, Cherry. Kenney, Blackford H I A. Word, Bernard, Dunn, Greene Ifoumlerl nl Ilm UlIf1II'7'.Yil.Y in I9-I2 8 A D VISICRS Dr. Smlic lirikson Mrs. Anim llnrnnm Davis Mrs. Suruli ll. Holmes OFFICERS 'lR.l0Rna Smrrn ...... Praviflmlr nI.KR'I'llA ANN Wokn . . Vin'-Prmirlffnt Iru-ima Diem-1Ns .... Yrrwlary Dokorlix' L. Wokn . 7NI'L'fl.Ylll'I,'I' Jones, Wilson, Hensley, Gudgel 117 lo train 'ICIIYC 'ind elllrlenl leaders among young women for honte and Ullllllllllllly life and In l'nrnish opportunity through organivalion for prolessional aclirilies. ln Ill'l'0lllIJHSlllllg ' lhc llnh ollkts Ill Ulillllllllll for fun ind friends ' o 1' o 1 'to otniufiils this. ' ' 1 ll ' y ' a ' ' :hip :nn 11,4 H n e l'.' ll g Miss Marie Barkley Miss Mary Minnford Nl.-lR'l'llA jfxxrz l'IIll'I'S . . . . . l'r1'sirlr'nl Kill,-xluizllix lltuuus . l'ir1--I'r1'xi1lr'nl NANCY l.0l1IiI1lRY . . . Sw'n'lar'vv l'I.'uuu1-:'l"lr: Al.l,lSON . . 7vi'1'IlSllI'l'I' lfiuxrzl-3s XvIl,ll0Y'l'l'I .... RI'1JU7'lf'l' Nancy Adams Roxella Allen l'l1ll'l'iCllCAllisllll liloise .flnnnerman Imogene llerryman Belly Ann Bl'1lllCl' Charleen Burris iXl2ll'l.f2ll'Cl CZIIIIIJIJCH Nell Cherry Alina Clarkson Rosalie Cl'CCl'Il Helen Davis Helen Donovan Mildred Dunn Ann lilliolt Mary K. lillllllllk Martha Fenlress l'lHlllllClll Frank ,Mice l"l'CL'lllllll Ann Frye Hazel Glasscock l'risc'illa Gradcly Rttlh Ann Crannis .IilIlCfill1llJQCH Margaret Halter llernice Herman M.argurel Hollylield Martha Lee jones Marian Krauss Mary llennell LZINIZISICVS Winnie Roy Lewis Betty Ligon Ruth lillen Link Nancy Lockery jewcll Mrllee Shirley Moser Marshall Amelia Mason Mary Louis Mills Helen Monier I.eila Nichols Pauline Null .lean Phipps llellie Riggs hl.1ll'lIl1ltlZlllC Ringo .lllllllll Rowland .loan Seolt Iris Shannon Rebecca Shinkle Helen Marie Slll'0lll llorolha Slllllll 'l'heltna Spaulding Home Economics Club Rowena Sparks Margaret Stokes Carol jean 'l'erry lirelyn 'l'hompson 'l'hehna 'l'hon1pson Laverla Thornherry Mary Lawton Thornton lidilh Turner Belly Wallmnn Ann Wehb Christine Whitehouse Mary 'lo Whilehouse Frances Wilhoyle Mary Clharlcs Wood Dorothy Wlord Ann lVord D0l'0llly'Y1Illl'Cy Iidna York Phi Upsilun Umicmn Ifnimrlwl ul Iliff UIlf1'l'I'.l'fly nf Mirirlmolrl. 1909 Ilixlnllwrl on flll' lIlli1r1'i2vil.v of Krfnlurlry KVIIIIIIIIN, I922 PURPOSIC To establish :incl slrengllien honcls ol' friendship: lo promote the moral and inlellectunl rlevelopmenl ol' ils members :incl lo :nlrnnce :incl promote Home lieonoinic-s. FAClIl.'I'Y ADVISI-XRS lNl:XRY .lo XVllI'l'I'TII0llSI'l . Nlziry CI. Woolclriclge Ronellu SlDlCkIll'Cl Ml-1Mlll'IRS IN l"ACliL'llY Slzilie lirikson Mary C. Wooldridge Marie llurkley Rouellu Spirkairil OIVFICIIQRS Iirici.vN 'l'll0Ml'SON . . . . . . . Prfnvirlmrl lf'ir1f-Pi'1'.vi1lr'nl . Sl'I,'1'l'lllI'S' ANN FRYIC . . Rlrrn AN'rnoNr . . . MHMBICRS Mary Lonis Mills Alice Freemzm ' Priseillzi Graulmly Bernice Herman Ruth lillen Link Nancy Lockery xl2lI'lll1l.l1lllCllllllIDS Doris Iinlow I'orler Allll'lll1lJ1lllC Ringo Whitehouse, Thompson. Link, Freeman, Frye. Anthony Lockery, Porter, Blankenship. Graddy, Adams, Herman Phipps, Brauer, Burris, Mitts, Ringo Tr1'nxu rrr Nancy -lame Adams Lorene lllzlnkenship Belly Ann Bruner Cliairleen Burris 119 4-H Glu h The -I-H Club was fozulrlwrl nl Ihr: l!lIi1'l'V.Cfly of Kl'llflI!'Ifj' in 1027 llie purpose ol the clnlm is lo pioniole lmonmls ol fellowship :nnonq foriner -l4l-I Clnh unem- llers who now :lllencl the llniversil l' U1lll,'l'Y .-KIDVISICRS Curl W. jones j.W.Wl1ilc-lionsc Illllllll Rowluvxxn . Mn.nki:n llnNN . Mmm' K. I-Zumxu . ANN Wokn . . Rnznum I4liGR.XNIl llo,xN SCo'l"l' . lizirly l'crry Shirley Phillips Ilerniee Sehree john Selineiler Iris Slmnnon Nlnry Lon Sisk Nlilflllil Lee Wzml Fl'1llll'L'S lvllllllyll' llllfllllly lVol'cl OFFICIQRS MICMBICRS Kyle Hunter lllll0Il12l5-l0llIlS0ll Roller! Alohnslone Lucille Lnyinnn Richzml l.eCr:nul Sherinznn l.eGr:lml Nancy Lockery William Loyull Amelia: Mason Lucy ll. Oliver Song l.1 . . l'r1'.vi1lr'11l l'l!'I?-l'l'I'.YffIl'lIf . Sr'1'rz'lr1ry . 'I'r1'rl.v1u'r'V R1'lnn'l1fr 'mlwr Kulllcrine lllnek George Cznnplmell NlilI'gLll'Cl Cznnplmell Ann Deulsch l-lzizel Glalsscoek hlznnes Goodwin Renal Hnrnlon lingene Henson john Heick is. fn 120 'Q I my ,. G 0 .QQ WB' W QQ YWCA CABINET YMCA CABINET UPPERCLASS FELLOWSHIP FRESHMAN CLUB DUTCH LUNCH CLUB "Y" SNAPSHOTS INTERFAITH COUNCIL PITKIN CLUB COSMOPOLITAN CLUB PHALANX FRATERNITY BAPTIST STUDENT COUNCIL NEWMAN CLUB HILLEL FOUNDATION Baskett, Burris, Fleishman. Crabb, Hubbard, Faulkner O'Bannon. Gibson, Bureau, Bronston, Davis, Blggerstnff Tevls, Balzoln, Scott, Freeman, Allen, Anthony, Perlmutter Fivzil Slllflflll l'.ll'.C..fl. i WH- wax fourulml in 1872 PURPOSE "We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through :I growing knowledge of Coil. We determine lo have il part in making this life possible for all people. In this lusk wc seek lo umlerslnncl jesus :incl follow him." F,-KCl TLTY ADVISERS Surah ll. Holmes june Hziselclen OFFICERS Vnuzmm BASKI-1'I"I' . . . Presirlmzl Crum.:-'1-:N llmuus . . l'irn-Pr1fxi1l1'r1l l':I.IZAIll-Z'l'Il l?Ailr.KN1-ZR . . Sr'rr1'Inry juni: Hmm,-mn . . Trr'nsur1'r S'l'UDliN'l' MICMBIZRS ll:n'h:lr:1 Allen, Snpllnmnrn PI'0g'I'Illl1 Cllrlirluml Ruth Anthony, Rum- Relnlionx l'lllgllCllC llulxolzn, lf'rm'ign Ralalimzs Anne Iliggerslulll Pulzlirily Clmirnmn Anne llronslon, Lim: l"1'rs jenn llurenu, Mmnlurr-ut-Large -Ieunne Cruhhc, AllflllIH'7'-Ill-l.llI'!.ft? Maury Lillian llnvis, Dulrh I.um:lz lre'si1I4'nl Ilelly 'I'evis. lx'-Ihmh u I lilsie D0lS0ll, lV.S.S.F. Clmirmrm Belly Lee Fleishmzin, I'nslm'.v Clmirnmn Alice Freenmn, l"1'eslmmn A rlvixm' Clauuline Gibson, Social Service Mzlrlhzi Mann, MemIufr-rll-I.m'g1' lillen O'llunnon. Senior Pmgranr Clmirmalz Ruth Perlxnuller, lfrmmnlics 111111 Lnlmr ,Ioan Scoll. Worslzip Clmirluan ml l".v Owl Elliilll' 122 Foumlerl in Lmulon, England, in IS-H lnslalled on Ihr Unirlersily of K0uI:11'Ifv f'lHlI1Ill.Y in 1800 PURPOSE To help slumleuls uncl faculty memhers in developing their religious life mul Io help meet the ueeils of the SllIllCIllS llll'Ullg'll zu progrzuu plzumeil I'or social. meulnl :mal spiriluzll growth. FACI ILTY ADVISERS B.-xR'I' N. PIQAK . . ..... . G4'm'rnl S!'l'I'I'f1l7'vl' MAR'l'u.'x Hum-in , . . . . .fl.v.vor-ialz' S4'rr1'I1l1'v Lfxwlalu-:Nana lluwlfcmim . 4'lli1'fS!H'j' lhuml lilmirnum OFFICERS Mimi. Buum . . . NORMAN CIIRISMAN, jk. . Gi-:Nia XVIIICKIER . AI.-mx BANAIIAN . MEMBERS Hugh Collell -loc Covington Mzulriee Leach Owen Lewis Orville Miller l'1mlw:u'cI llury Douglas HIIIIISICCI IJ. 0. Burke john Cuslunzln Cornell Clarke Van Horn, Whicker, Chrisman, Baker, Banahan, Peak Lewis, Burnstead, Clarke, Leach, Burke, Cashman Barry, Collett, Payton. Vlolette, Covington, Young . . I'l'1'.vi1l1'r1f Vire- l'r1'si1l1'n I . S1'1'r1fIrn'y Twrns u rm' 'I'wymnn Payton lluzme Vain Horn -loc Word jimmy Wood John Young 123 lidwiua Alaraliam Betty -jane Adair Barbara Allen Ruth Anthony Virginia llalilm llugette llalfola Merl Baker june Baker Roy Ballard .latnes llanalian Iidward llary Otltella Mae Batton Virginia llaskett Ann lliggerstalf Ann Bronston Henry llumslead -leanne Bureau D. O. Burke flharleen Burris john Cashman Margaret Champe Cornell Clarke Hugh Collett Collins Jane lltlia Rae Conrad Jeanne Cralmlm Clyde Cropper Uppetclass Fellowship PROGRAM COMMl'I"l'lil'Z CHAIRMICN lillen 0'Bannon Duane Van Horn MICMBICRS Andrey Danks Mary Lillian Davis Helen Davis Margaret Davis l'1lsieDotson Martha Douglas Monte L. Drake. Q.-XS'l'l'j Mary lillis Mary liulmank -lean Farris lilizahetli Faulkner Iletty Fleisltman Mary li. Fulton Mary Sue Camlmlin Ruth Clildart Claudine Cilmson Anne Cray Laura Haase Iimma Jean Hardin Rena Harmon i'iilllIiJClil Hayden Christine Houseliolde june Huhlmard Louise Land Maurice Leach William I,.eCrand I, Mary LaMaster Owen Lewis Winnie Lewis Belly Ligon lilizahetli McNeal Orville Miller Marjorie Milcliell lillen 0'llannon -lane Oulland Audrey Owens 'l'wyman Payton Virginia Ray Frances Riley lidytlt Roull Thomas Rupley 'Ioan Scott Helen Shrout Sarah Ruth Smith lsalmel 'l'eI'as Carol .lean 'l'erry Betty 'l'evis Duane Van Hot'n Gene Wliiekcr Frances Wilhoyte Helen Williams james Lee Woods. It john H. Young' 124 l reshman Club .line Itreentan Norman Christnan Miltlrell .flgee Barlmara Akers Leo Airs Rohert Anllerson -I. l'i..'kl'lllSll'lll1l.f Harrison llailey Dorothy llairtl Flora Baker Betty liarlee Susan Black Marilyn lllevins Harolcl lloniar Palsy Bonney Shelhy lirznntna I-,ltlahelh Bray AI. la. Ilntthanan Anne llnnlin Mary livelyn Brown Helen linrelt Margie Burton jane Caldwell Margaret Catnphell Shirley Cartnieliael .laekie Cawoocl Milllretl 'lo Cooper Ray Colton Charles R. Craig Marv Price Creanter Martha Crutltlilielcl Belly Davis Martha Daws Carol Iloltl Mary Keith llosker Ann Marie llonisi llolx Drake Chester Dull' Roseniary Dllllllllll Mary Dunlap -linnny Dnrltatn Mary .Io Fartner Morgan Fears .jane I-l. lfetter Sue Flynn Lee Fraley ifllllllltflll Prank llarriet lfreenian llarliara lfnlrell Mary Sne llantlmlin Palsy Gaines Alla Louise Casser 'l'otn Civltan Naney Class Roherl j. llorhan .john Corntan llniogene Cregory Virginia Haag n'f1ll'l.f1ll'Cl Hall jane Hatnersley Ollie Lee Hayes John ll. l-Ieiek Illa May Hill Marijean Hill Dillard l-lilltnan .lm 'l'tu:kiaic . . 6558' S'l'lllbI'1N'l' AIWISICRS Alice lfreeinan Nortnan Cliristnan Ol"l"lCl'lRS ' . . . . . l'rr.mIn1l nw lwstzinil . . l'l'1'f'-I't t'.yl1l4'nl Ctt,nu,ot'lll. Iixwl- M'f-rrlury M ICMILIQRS lean llinkle Martha Myers ,l1'1'l' 5If'l'l"' Sannny Ifloltfelatv llelte Oates lli'l'Ri""'llUlflllilll' Vernon Hopkins llelen Oltnsteall clllilllff lf-511H'lf'Y Ifraneis Horton Milton Owen l'i"lllP Slwll' llelen Cihson llllll'lll'l'1llil l'llll2llDL'lll Palinei' Millilflllf' 5'U"lP"l'l2l' .lnllith jackson Rillgley Park fi?l"Ull"1 5lf'V1fl'S ylanellatneson Bettie Parrish filll"'1l SUWVN .lncly Keen johnson Dorothy Pleasant 'Mill Slvlsvs .llllly M. johnson Doris Poole DUN SIUIW Nora l.ee johnson Ceorgia Portinann .l2't'f'5"'1'0' 'l'hotnas H. .johnson l"ranl'es Pritcliitt lloyee 'Vale Mary Lon jones l'eggy Sue Pnryear lllllllli' 'liilllm' Rnlli lllla .jones Vivienne Rantho lllfllfl' ili1lYl"l' Lucille Kanlnian Helly Rees f7lHl'il1'N 'lilwllls Francis Kearhy Marv liCllC'Rl'lC'llL'llll1ll'll l'1ll'l'l10"'1l5 George Kent lletty Rec Rhoatls Tilly'li"0'Hl'St"1 jolly Kilhant Betty Rohinson -VU' lillfkcl' Ann Lair Yelna Salyer 'llNll'1'!' 'l'l"'l'l"' Mary lCsther Nolan Many lnlitt Saninel 5lil"llY" iIili"W Shirley Noland Panl Sands .ll'P" fl- Villlvlli' Mary Nichols -john I". Sehneitet' fiillllyllf' wlllkcl' Sliertnan Lelirantl lack Srltillli l4Ulllllll1'lV2lllsl'l' llelly llarlmara Lltlher lleltv Site Scott lillfillwlll W11ll1'l'N .lean Lyons 'l'honias Seott Pillll WIIIIUVS Marian Mellvain llerniee Sehree fP1'I1vfNllvI1 Wlllflicli Carolyn M.eMeekin nllll'lllilSl10l'l Millllillvl Wllllcslfll' Marguerite Marshall' Virginia Silvers limi' WWI" Rohert Mealler Mary Lon Sisk l"lll"' WWW' Carolyn Meyer Naney Leigli Skeen liwk WWFIIISIII Virginia Xl'eston Minter Margaret Skinner D"'f'fllY X i""'f'l' Billie lean Moore Gayle Hlotnet' Mmiy "A"Z1"'l"l' X mull- l'ranets Yonlsey l"loyelMllllinanx Dorothy Sniith ' 125 .Xnne Ziegler' Dutch lunch Club Installed on lhc Uilirfmzvily of Kenluclay r.'umpi1s, IUJI l'URl'OSl2 'I'o proritle an opportunity for town girls and commuters to participate in the program ol' the Y.W.C.A. I"At1lIl,'l'Y ADVISICR Dorothy Collins O l"l"l C R RS Mfnu' l,lt.l.t.'tN lmvls . . . . . . . I'rc'si1Im1l MARY lit-1NNl':'t"l' LAINI.-tslrk 1'ir'e-I'r:f.vizlent A1.ARllUKll'l lXlc:UAln-1 Secrzrlury Rtrrn i'l'IIlLMU'I"l'I"R . . Rfrporlfrr litlwina Ahrahaln Vivian Ahrahatn june Baker Lilly Baker Anne Biggcrstall Susan lllaek Betty llratly Virginia llratly l'In1ilyCannon tiertrntle Caywootl Margaret Chanipc Mary Clrawfortl Miltlretl Crawford Martha Clrutehheltl Pauline tiolclbcn -leanette Graves Patricia Grillin Relvetrca Crigshy Ifannie Hall Irene li. Haynie Silnone Henning Franttes Horton Bernice Herman M ICM IHQRS Iletty Kravetz Rita Kravetz Ann Lair Rosemary Lewis Mary Reed Mary Virginia Rogers Margaret Rogers Sue Scott Margaret Skinner limilie Smith Sarah Ruth Smith Mildred Sparks Sztlley Spears .lean Spier limily Steele lletsy Banks Stevenson Martha Stirers Lola Stokes -lane Street Lillian Dirkens lletty lfieltls livelyn l"ist'her Betty Lee lfleislnnan Miltlretl Ford Alice Fl'CClllZlIl Harriet Freeman Beverly Gaulke Anne Garrison Melrose MeGnrk lililaheth McNeal Shirley Meister Mary L. Mitts Miltlretl Moore lfloye Mnllinuux Nancy O'Rcar Ritlgely Park Anne 'l'aylor lilizaheth Taylor Lney 'Vhonias Alicia 'l'ntwiler Mrs. Carolyn Walker Vivian Lois Warren julia Ann Waters jeanette Wilson .lean YVootl 126 "U" Snaps FOI' 25 years Bart N. Peak has heen YMCA Sftretary on the University campus. During these years. with the help ol' various YWCA NUCl'elaries, he has led the students and faculty lnemhers in the development ol' religious lile Ull the campus. Dorothy Collins. new YW secretary, is a "CCcnt graduate ol' the University and during llcl' undergraduate years was very active in 3 activities. l Tvll: Norman Chrisman shares his exper- Iences with Bart in one ol' the many conferences lllcy have had since Norman has been in college. Ca'nI4'r: Dorothy entertains YWCA girls in hfl' ollice. always a place with a friendly air. HOW did Baker get in there! . liflfluw: University students participate in a -lu' 'll YWCA-YMCA meeting. rv- Freed. Burris, Scott, Howell Lockery, Baker, Leach, Herndon Chrisman, McNeill, Burke. Winters McDonald, Bureau, McNeal, LaMasters lfirzst ll'I6lllfl!ll.l'l Cllurzrlz Nancy Lockcry joan Seolr flzlallz Israel Temple Phyllis Freed ll:n'hara Winters l"ir.rl lllellzorlixl flllllffll Hazel Wade Cwulrul Clzrislinn ClIlll'l'll Gentry Shelton Interfaith Council Iuslnllezl rm Cmnpus, 1929 PURPOSIE 'l'he purpose ol' Lhe lnlerlaith Council is lo help strengrhcn the inmlivirlual groups. to coordinate lllffll' l activities and lo promote cooperative llllCl'-llilllll acllv- ilics. ADVISICR Rev. Robert McNeill OFFICERS l'ln'i,l.ls RICNNA Flu-:I-:n . .. . . Pl'!!A'llll!llt ANNA l':I.IZAl5lC'l'll l'lUWl'1l.l, l'i1'1'-l'w'.riz1en1 joAN Sczorr . . . Ser-ralury CnAm.1cr:N Buluus Treasurer M ICM BERS llfIlX1lll'HSlTClfl Pl'l'SI1yll'l'lllll D. O. Burke Ann Herndon Cnlwlry Buplisl Ann Howell Merl Baker l'.IV.C.fl. Charleen llurris jeannc Bureau Central Cllrixliml Clmrclz Anna jane McDonald Mary B. L2lIllIlSlCI' Y.M.C.fl. Norman Clll'lSlll1lIl,.ll'. Maurice Leach CHU RCH ADVISERS Maxzvell Slreel Presbyleriaul Calvary Buplisl Roh McNeill Elizabeth McNeal Y.W.C.A. Y.M.C.A. Dorothy Collins Part Peak Adalh Israel Temple Rabbi Flegg 128 'l'o lr1.slr1lI1'11 un CIIIIIIIHX, I925 Founded at Shadyside Church, I'il,tsburglt, l'ennsylt'auta. tn promote lriendsltip. fellowsltip. and religious grotrllt MICMIBERS IN FACllL'l'Y Dorothy Collins lla rt Peak N. Ii. FCl'l.fllC Rev. llohn K. .johnson Martha Huber Rev. Robert McNeill lf.'XClll,'l'Y .-XIJVISI-IRS Dorothy Collins N. li. Fergue Bart Peak Wu.t,mM R. limtuu' . . llarbara Allen Martha -lane Allen Merl Baker Huguetle llalzola jack lianahan lidward Barry Virginia Ilaskett Lloyd Booth Betty llrauer Douglas Butnstead lleanne Bureau IJ. O. Burke -lohn Caslttnan Norman Chrisman Marvin Churney Cornell Clarke Hugh Collelt .loc Covington INl.xa't'ttA ml,-ture .'Xt.t.t4m Sttt-inn' Huusr . Rtrrtt BRAIIIVOIIII . . . 'l'r1 Mary Crawford Elizabeth Dosker Mary Dosker Robert Drake William R. Iimbry Virginia liubauk If red Ferris Warren Fisclter Betty Iflcishman Alice Freeman Claudine Gibson Cette Haas .lane Hamtnersley Betty Harris Marian Harris 'john Hopkins Vernon Hopkins june Hubbard Harry Hughes Selby Hurst Helen Hutcheralt Charles jones Charles justice Jessie Kemper Maurice Leach Richard I.e Crand Owen Lewis jim I.illlc Nancy I.ocket'y Margery McCabe Melrose Mcfiurk l'1IilabelltlNlrtNeal .lean McNeill Cerald Napier Mason Nooe lillen 0'l',annon llllll . . l'r1'.ri1lr'nl I"ice:-l'r1'si1lm1I .S'1'r't'rflrlr'-V 'rtsu rm' Perry l'arrigau Daniel Pope Gardner Reed Charles 'l'om Rupley llohn Scltneiter .loan Scott Nlargaret Skinner limilie Smith Sally Spears 'lean Spicer Mary Ann Stanard Mary li. Sligell llessie Stokes 'l'yler Duane Van Horn -john Violelte Cent: Whifker Keith White Roger Yost Flllllllllfll nl lhu l,'ni1lr'r.viIr of Ix'z'nluz'l:y. 1021 PlTRPOSlC loricltclsliip. fellotrnliip. Zllltl promotion ol' llllKlCl'Sl2llltllllg :Intl gootl will znnong students ol tlillcrcnt countries. Nlill'lll1lH.l'lllllCl' CM lll'1RS IN FACIAL I N l",XCIl1L'l'Y .XlJX'lSl' R Nl. Hnnv: llctllortl llnrt Peak Otto Koppius Karl Sclnieimler Pllltllll-1l"ll" l':Al.l0I..t . Run. l.Akntzln.xt. . l'llYl,I.lS Ifklcr-in . KARL SCIINICIIJLR Natalia Almcllo Mcrl llatkcr Dr. M. H tune Ileclfortl Mrs. M. I-ltnnc llctllord Mztrizi Bcnzivicles 13.0. llurkc Alvaro Ilriceno jcnnne liurcan NOl'lll2lIlfllll'lSIll1lIl Hugh Collctt Dorothy Collins OFFICERS M ICM BICRS Murcia llrntltly ltetty lfleislnnatn Mary Fulton Simone Henning Mnrtlrzt Huber Ann julia julio -lulin Morris Mirzoell' lfrzntces Nloornuw -lane Olcllnun . . I'r1'.rirIr'nr l'i1'1'-I'r1'xirlz'lll . S1'1'r:'lr1ry TI'6'lISlIl'l'l' K:ttln'yn Pollack llllll'lCl1l Pollack lirnzt Presley Hrs. Kzn'lScln1citler .Xinztntlar Segurru Rznnon Selles P:1tSliely Janice Slteplrertl llruce Snodgrass Polly .Xnn 'l'utllc Burt Peak xl1lllllCl.Xlll0lll0 Vilzt Cosmopolitan Club 130 I I I i Ph ' X ,ul . I. ,, ,im " -1' MXH ' ". "TN my 'O .w "Oi :- Y M Foumlwl ln' Ilia llf'illcr's-liurw' l'.ill.C..f1. in I9 I I I Sv 'wi ", 9 gil L gmixr 3, Payton, Baker, Peak Van Horn, Chrisman, Nooe Bumstead Clarke Embry Bary Whicker Zimmerman H I a H X Ballard. Cropper, Collett Burl N. Pcal: rlzupler inslrlllwl mi Hur Ulli1Ilff.YIljl of Kcmliwky campus in 19-I3 I' U R'l'OSlC C .TQ unilc young lncn in u cooperative ellort to practice und cxlcncl lll'lSllllll slzuulurcls and iclcalls. OFFICERS Mlikl. B.-nuck . . . . . . . . Primus 1 NoRMAN CIIRISM.-KN :uul Olu'll.l.lf: nIlI.l.l-Ill . Cn-Pro l'riruns 1 'I'n'YmAN l'Av'roN . . . . Tribune I Mixsorv Noon . . Qlzzimlrn' lifnrr PEAK . . . Alf-nim- Ron INICNICILI. . . Clmplain MEMBER IN FACULTY Roy Ballzgrcl lixlwzml A. Bary D. 0. llurkc Cornell Clarke ' Hugh Collctt Clyde Croppcr jack Bunuhan Douglas Bumsled Burl N. l'cnk MEMBERS PLEDC ES llzmicl Pope Tom Ruplcy Duane Vain Horn Gcnc Whickcr Otis Williznns lVilliznn Zinnncron joe Covington Owen Lewis 131 Louis, Banahan, Burke, Covington Baker, M. Baker, Howell. Blggerstafl Hardin, Landrum, Mason, Douglas Hayden, Skinner, Greene, Routt Terry, Bostlc, Whickcr, Weller Davis, McNeal, Kent SOCIAL Cl-lAlRlN'lliN Anne lliggerslall Merl Baker llliV0'l'ION.-XL CHAIRMICN l,ihl1yl.anclrum Cat herinc Hardin l'lIl!l.lCI'l'Y CHAIRMAN, l'1Dl'l'OR Gene Whicker Nl AUAZI ART lST livelyn Greene N li Rl'1l'RliSl'1N lidyth Routt Cl'lORlS'l'liR Martha Weller l'IANlS'l' Bapllsl Sllldenl Council The I9-ll--I5 council pays tribute to Libby McNeal, wll0 was one of the original founders of the University 1l.S.U- intl who has always slootl lay really to help. Founzlerl ul lin' Urzivmwily of Georgia, N22 Installed an llzc Canrpux, 1931 l'llRl'OSl'l 'l'o connect the Baptist students ol' the University to llle local llaptist ctllurclles and .to unity all the voluntary relig- ious activity ol' Baptist students on the campus. AllVlSl1LRS llr. C. C. Ross Rev. lilwyn Wilkinson OFFICERS IIINI-Z llfxmza . . . . . I're.vi1l1'l1l ANNII1 HOWI-1l,l. . . l'ice-Prvxirlmll M,tr'ru: l'1vlcl.rx llotaarxs . Swcrclary Aanf:l.l.-t M.-tsox . . Treasurer T.-X'1'l V E Margaret Skinner 132 Ci-lllRCH Rlil'Rl'1Sl'lN'l'A'l'lVlCS Nlary Lillian Davis Lihlxy Hayden -linnny llostic Carol jean Terry liva Singleton Lois Reclclen Wilma Mchlullin Loraine Kent Ifrnoulwrl ul lfrlirtzvwily of l'1'm1.vrlwlnirr in ISO? ln.vIrlllr'1l nu lln' lfrziwrrsilvv of lt'r:tI1l1'l:v 1'umjm.v in I9l-I The purpose ol' this l'llR l'OSli tltth lh lo lostcr the sptrtlttztl. llllCllCl'lll1ll. :tml sortztl IIIICTCSIN ol tht Callhollt' SlllllClllS ol the ltnlx'c1'sllx' ol lwltlttrkx' lo weltl them into at common union: to assist the lFIllYCl'SIlY ol ketttttrlw :mtl Its students wl1L:ltt:ver possible' :twl to :litl hy Cnlholit' Action throug,gh the Bishop ol' this tliorese the work ol the l'lllll't'll Rut1ft,l.l-1 I',x'l't'l-iltsox -Intl-is ll.xx.xu.xx .Xxxl-1 l"Ul.l'IY . Cttxtutzs Fox lbwm SI Betty Russell .Mme llenekztrt Rosemary lllllllC'llCl Helen V. llttrke Cierlrtttle Clztywootl joseph Delstgo ,l'lllgClllZl llonathtte .hum Mttrgmel Doyle l'l0nry ligatlite ylngelitm Fehrilio - Betty Fox Florence Fox limilv lfrzmla ,i ,,,,,, ,, XNUNIS I-I-XClTl.'l'Y ADYISI-IR ltorotln' llillenmever I-Ivztns OFFICIIQRS . ,'.YXf.YfIllll 'l'r1 Nl ICNIIHCRS Kathleen Ciztlvin 'l'hom:ts Clnlvilt Robert xl.fl0l'll1llll llomtie Gormley lctltly iirnhowski Nlatry llillettmeyer lflstrry Hollhtatn john Kehhlish Iloltzmne Rloerlacl Nl:n'lh:t hlllllllfls Virginia Meyer Nlztry Nllllllgllll lbonne 0'Dom1eIl . . Pl'I'.Yl.!Il'7lf l'irv'-l'rr'.virl1'1ll . S1'l'I'l'fIllA-Y 7'lY'fl.YIII'I'l' 'u.turr'r -john l':lntlolli john Pattterson lllflll' Anne Retltling Anne W. Sheehy Anne Shottse Billy Swift Dorothy Sympson Rohert l.. 'Vector -joseph lesoricro .john Violetle Mary Wchlm Margaret julian Wltztrlon MuryCl1ztrles Wootls 133 H I I I I F d I. lfnrrllrlwrl nl Ihr' l'lliwi'.vilv of Illinois in IU2? lu.x'lr1llr'1l mr Ihr' l':li1w'rsl'ly of lx'1'r1lll1'lry 1'1nl1jm.v in I0-III l'l l R POSIC Io hring ll more :nleqnnle knowledge ol' their heritage to lhe .jewish slnclenls on lhe nni- xersily l'1lIllllllS. 5lllIil.IaY lfloria lil-'I-2'l'l . l'llYl.l,IS llrxmx lflililill Ll-imifx C.ol.nlcNln-Zur Viviun .'XlJl'2lll2lll1 Leo IS. .Xrenslein Morton Avrnvll Gloria linker l'ml'l1:ll':i Bloom Mildred llloom Nliriann Cohen Nlnrvin Clhnrney liillie lfiscller Belly Fleislnnain Rosemary l:l'CCIllllZllI Iless Clolclhen l':lnline Uolclhen Bess Cioller 'l'inyn Gordon lislher Greenfield kiln Greenwull .Mlulin fil'0SSlllZll1 Szulie Clrossniznl Raihhi jnliun lf. Fle ADYISICR OI"FlC1lCllS Ml'1MllliRS llurvey Hellering Simone HCllllIlg Anclre Henning lislher Hermann Roherl llneohson lileunor Keeli Norman Klein Sinn Klein Belly KYIIVCIZ Rim Fay Kruvelz Maury Kraus Anita Levy Dorothy Levy Cilzlclys I,0WClllllZll Shirley Meisler Roherl Mickler Morris Minkoell' Ruth Perlninller Virginia Rosen HQ . l'r1'si1lrnI . ,S'1'1'rr'Irlry . Trrns u rm' -luck Rosenhsnnn Nzlonli Szislzni Mike Sehemzhler Roy Schlein Henriellzl SClllUSSlNIl'g Arnold Schneider I..urry Schneider liclwzn-cl Stein lilhel Steinlmck Phyllis Strains .lily 'l'enler Dolly lll'll2ll'll Florence Weher .Iunel Weber jznnes Weil Roherl Weishaml Norlnnn Wiener B1ll'lHll'2l xVllllCl'S Shirley Younger 134 'NN 930' 0 JQWQ' Q 09' QJQJ K, , - Q50 ,OJSNO gy PHI BETA BAND GLEE CLUB CHORISTERS 1 v Blake, Pace, Cvrnddy, Glnoechio F'x'eemnn, Thomas, Dean, Allen Bradford, McCown, Ray, Russell Lipscomb, Akers, Ratchford, Adair Phi Bela l'llRl'OSli 'l'o promote good music and speech: to foster college spirit: to advance its members intel- lertually and socially: and to develop highest type ol' womanhood. FACllL'l'Y ADVISICRS Mrs. Lela Cullis Mrs. Lola Robinson OFFICERS Ruru l'Aoi-1 ..... Pr4'sirl1'nI I'iusr:u.t..t Gtmutn' . . l'in'-I'rr'.vifI1'ttl Btc't"t'r ANNIQ Gmoczczltlo . IfrmrrIingSr'1'r1'lnry Nlftkl' l'1.'l'uoM.ts . Corrravpnrtrliug Snrrrmry lofts A tu-:ks . . . . Tr1'a.vtm'r MEMBERS Betty Bain Adair .Ioan Akers Betty Anne Allen Laura -lean Blake Ruth Bradford Alice Dean Betty Anne Ginoechio Priscilla Graddy Helen Lipscomh Marie Louise Mcflown Leota Meade Betty Brewer Moore Ruth Pace Lucille Ray Bettie Harris Russell Mary lilizaheth Thomas Sue Anna 'l'homas PLICDG ES Ann Mcllrayer Margaret Skinner lvalou Ross -Io Ann Neal Martha Yates Marjorie Choate Barbara Allen Melrose Mcflurk Lalla Rookh Kirk Dolus SMITH . . Nlfxtumu-:'t' C,-xsn Illmsn fi0l.I.I4I'l"I' Al.lcx.-txnlclz lilnrillrls Belly Barnes Catherine Hardin Dorothy Donnell Lucille Ray Alelhcia Pollitle liarl Stivers liclith 'l'hather Henry Taylor Co1'm'l.v David Ashen Aloe Botto Robert Clhengh Mary Crenier Meredith livans -linnnie Helton Donald Lail Mary jackson Mulligan Carroll Rohinson john Workman fiAI'llllSU 0lflflf1liRS M ICM BICRS Ilassras Florence Landrum Herman Perry Lois Sasser Charles 'I'heiss liurilnluas' llngh Collet! Billy lloan Halls Betty jane Pricstly Mary Young Drums Catherine Gotnan Amanda Hamlmlett William Nance jean Wayinan lillen ligler I"l'ulcs Allan Carpenter . , Sjmrlxm . Drlzm Major l.iln'rn'iun Ilirvclnr Frances Kearhy Frances Pritchett l'lorns Doris Bentley Conrail Richartlson l'al Shelly Gene Wirket' l'i1'r'olu Barbara Allen Saxrl ph un rx Beverly Ganlke .Iennings Kearhy lililaheth Redding Howartl Sullivan mlllo Suxajzllnmzv Betty .lane Allison .lane cllllllllllllll 'l'rumlmn1' Charles Stanley fd f 'A ' ' , - .' . ,,f,f+.Qf ".,, 'j..g'Q5s,,n,,W-- V-2,5 3 1 ,.,. V- A ' f 1, K , -I , , ,. - ' ' ,V u 1, A V. ,wr .Q ..,, , 4 , ., ,,4K , Band X llettyc llayne Adair llarhara Akers joan Akers Mary lilizaheth Alverson Ruth Anthony Hazel Arnold Mary lileanor Bach lilizaheth Barnett Betty jean Bartee Imogene Blair Laura jeane Blake Miltlretl Miller Bloom Ruth llratlford Sue Ann llratllord Irene llritlgeinan llernice Bird llrowninfg jeanne Bureau Katherine Gallison Marjorie Ghoatc Frances Glillord Ann Gowgill Norma Gravens lary lilizaheth Grawlord jayne Davis Margaret Davis Alice Dean Margaret Dickey Delphia Dttnnagan lililalmelh Hayden Mary Frances Helmick I"oun1lf'rI Slf1Il1'IlIIH'I', 1931 by tVi,fl7'l'11 S. I.r'1t'is FACULTY ADVISER Mildred S. Lewis STUDENT M EM BIHRS Ellen Henderson Lenora Henry Virginia Hogge Anne Howell Helen Gihson Huteheraft Margaret janiison Mary Lou jones Loraine Kent jane Kington Lalla Rookh Kirk Suzanne Kirkhanl Mary Bennett LaMaster Corinne Ledford llcrniee Lewis Ruth Adams Marlin Ann Mellrayer Marie Louise MeCown Melrose McGurk Leota Meade Mary Louis Mitts Mary Mulligan Marie Louise Munroe jo Ann Neal Audrey Owens Gwendolyn Pace Ruth Pace Billie jane l'enn Kathryn Pollack Doris l'ollilt Lucille Ray lllee Club 138 jean Ritchie Mildred Rohertson Margaret Rogers Virginian Rogers . Helen Rose Betty Derrickson Rucker Bettie Harris Russell Marian Salisbury Lois Sasser Anna Sue Scott Bertie Sexton Dorothy Speakes jean Spedding Carolyn Stevens Gloria Stivers jane 'l'hotnas Mary lilizaheth 'l'homas Sue 'l'honias Nancy 'l'oll Bettye 'I'routtnan Ann Tucker Lorraine Turek Phyllis Valleau Carolyn Van Santvoortl Elilaheth Walters Martha Weller Mary june Wills Kathleen Wrench lidna York Mary lililahel h Young Imogene Blair Laura tleane Blake Rnlli Bracllorcl Bernice Bircl Browning Marjorie Choate Ann Cowgill Alice Dean Margaret Dickey Mary Frances Helmiek Margaret .lllIIllS0ll 'lane Ringlon , Chnrislers nizrvl lil l'lv2 Inv .llllrlrwl A. l,1'wls Ill R liC'l'O R Nlilclrecl S. Lewis ORGANIST l,ela W.Cnllis S'l'lllJliNT MICMBICRS Rnlh Adams Marlin .lo Ann Neal Doris Pollill Bettie Harris Russell .l1lllC'l'll0l1lZlS Sne Tliomas Norman fllll'lSIlIllll Hugh Collet! l-lowarcl Curry Paul Fowler L. H. Horton lValla1'e Kelly Robert Kulilma Waller Meade Sluarl Ritchie llarl Rolxliins Iolin Rogers O. C. Seerers Marlin Wilson W. B. Wrencli 139 on, on. U. of K. wnrds by lumvensnv or ocsnvucxvl Music by C- A- LAMPERT mah Abnsmm , - : ?Q :f'Ei I I ' Q' gf-5 7 66 - 6 2 QP 6 5 C9 'I 011, on, UAT! K. we arerightfortlne fight to . . 33. . .- -?E5!?.. 5557- Ei: Eli ' 5 ' if L:':::.L::::::::: :.. it--ri-L-.E--..rE!-,.r.E...-:.:':.: --:,,:.....-..r-rr-: -- -- ... .f-.. .f..-',:,.: E B B57 Ab 851 sb EEE B57 E F fx - .- ,- -. ' W W g'l5:'.z..... 5 r mg: .-:g gs-::5:r:5:.r.,?:. :55 GJD...-. g6fQ 6CfDCQ.6eC5DflDC91 2618 day. -1 Hold thathallnnd hitthatline: ENr'rywlld vat stnrwlll8hine5We'lTfIp,h1,,f1ghl I l-' l I f:aF :""EEEEf5E'-F?-ETEEEEFFE?F5EE?E"T5?,'ETEi:T.?.-gF' 7'IEEE' iiix-un--u nu-.1 -11711 iiiinav-I liur- I no 1 --iLi:Z""""'i'5EEEELZIL52'-L2 ::5L .. ::5:5-555555 - szgg: - "' Ab Fmin Ab Eb -,--I 5 EA? W ev Q, QQ.. sgCQsG9QDQC9-r.,fC97CQvf5D YFEIH.. for the Mum-und wldtm- Aawv roll mthut gual,Vnr- si - JV, Auf! wefllklnkpasn and -"" 4 ::: ., ::: ::.. !!: - --:-- .... fm" 5:5 1i1:ETg.'2f551. 52:-I3 ....:-::': si: :g::5::" '::::::: um .- !'..1:r2.,-r.i .....-E-,-:-2-.-- .,......::..::g::: F' 07 mm nb ab-1 nl: 1 2 Rb H. b 1. WW 'WH ' mfgsessa-F.: 2:-'21 I ..... . A , i Q 439: - V 'vC9k2QQD-vQQ66s1esQSJGD.... Q,- rumtlu nw name- la uni,Andu1e1lhrlT1ghnnwt'Eu vlu-to ' ry..-.... ry.- I n 1' -. I :::?E'EE.?EEE?EE' 5755553-'-'EE5fEEEiE:'2E:rfii A :lim-1511 1 1-:ujn 1 1 I 1 11: t'1-:uni ful? ui E E',!"55E?'5EEEF -225552 52525 I 1 I ' 4 Copyrljhl 1927 by 0-A. Immun. Und DI IGPQIIIYDI, I ,RQJSCD XNQJ I was I 4 QI' O ,fs KERNEL KENTUCKIAN KENTUCKY ENGINEER TI-IETA SIGMA PHI Tcvis, Long, Siugluton, 0 Ll s 1 Dorsvy, Patton, Davis. Z1 4905 Q 1 Denman, Meister, Fischer Q, 1 Q Paxton, Wrench, Flcishman 5 I "uw Headley, Crawford, Burnett MNH. I.: ,I 1 H If Ill -Cl -, Mitts, Gish, Keeti, Violette 'mlmm ' ." of ll" 'HI Reynolds, Thomas, Beckwith, Mullinaux llolus SlNfZI.Ii'lUN . . . . . . Aillllllglllg lullzlor , Mun' IIANIQ llousrr ,lssixluul Mruraging Iirlilur M' xlIl.llRI'1Il Loma . . . Nvzus liflilor FAClllfl'Y ADVISIQR Niel Plunnner SPORTS l'1l7l'l'OR SOCIll'1'l'Y l'lDI'l'OR Belly Teris Mary Lillian Davis PROOF R li.'XDliRS 'lane Doyle Floye Mullinaux Rlil'OR'l'liRS George lleekwilh Palsy llnrnell .lane Hnnl Clark lirlna Crawforcl :x1lClCDCIlIlIllll Billy Doan Belly Lee lfleislnnan 'l'onnny Gish Catherine Cmnan Martha Hagan .lane Hammersley Laura Headley .jnanila Hendry lfranczesjenkins -lulicltetjones Marl ha jones Frances Keller Mancl Keller Richard Lowe Shirley Meisler Marilyn Mitchell Mary Louise Fallon Dora Lee Roherlson Carol Ranch -john Violelle William Wrench Marjorie Wyanl Martha Yates 143 Wharton liver important in the publication ol' The Kernel is the business stall. Among its duties is the selling ol' advertising space to local merchants, thereby placing the paper on a sound linan- eial basis. The small student fees are insullicicnt to cover the cost ol' publication and it is necessary that the business department provide the necessary funds. The success ol' Kernel advertising can be attributed directly to the advertising stall. This stall consists ol' live solicitors under the supervision of the Business Manager. The paper is printed entirely by The lx'ernel's own printing plant, one of the few student-owned plants in the country. BUSINESS MANAGER Margaret julia Wharton ADVERTISI NG- STAFF Peggy Ellis Bettie Tuttle Sue Ann Fenimore Mary Hillenmeyer Shirley Keeli CIRCULATION MANAGER Marcia Draddy Tuttle, Keeti, Draddy, Hillenmeyer 144 Bnkcr 'l'his year, in spite ol' lack ol' lnmls :tml materials. we have ll'lCtl to protlnre a hook that y . . . . . . . , you will cherish. We sincerely hope you will enjoy using your lllln lxll1N'l'ttc:14l,tx as murh 2 we have enjoyed working with it. l am greatly inclelmletl to the most W0llKlCl'lilll stall' an ctlitor Ctllllll have. Loyalty. tlepenmla hility, ancl hartl work on the l7Ztl'l ol' everyone has matle these months in our little olllee most pleasant ancl worthwhile. l want to actknowleclge my three assoeiate eclitors. my managing editor. clivisional editors .mtl the general stall. From the general stall, Miltlrerl aml Mary Crawlortl. Floye Mnllineattx Lily Baker. Mildred Sparks. l.ihlmy Hayden. and Tommy Gish have almost heeome permanent llYllIl'CS in tlte olliee. Dick Lowe too, has matle himsell' conspicuous in the olliee. 'l'o all the others who have toiletl with its-Dr. l'llllIllllCl', Mary l,onise. Mr. Grote. Mr. anal 's. Long ol' l,al"ayetle Stmlios. aml especially the lmsiness managers, lor mysell' and lor the stall' l want l0Slly.Nl'll1lllli Yon." .IUNIG ll.XIiICll llentucltian Baker, Rainey, Davis, Clarke Tcvis, Mitts, Flelshman, Douglas Mary Lillian Davis limlwina Almrahaln Harrison Bailey Lily Baker Anne lliggerslall 'IQOIIIIIIY Gish Margaret Halter Lilxby Hayden Emily I-lnnl llenluckian ASSOClA'l'l'1 I'2Dl'l.'OllS Cornell C. Clarke M A NAGING lCDl'.l'0R Mcrl llaker I,AYOll'l' ElJl',l'0R 'I'Yl'lNG I'1Dl'l'0R Belly Lee lfleislnnan Mallie Evelyn Douglas COPY liDl'I'OR Sl'0R"l'S liDl'l'OR Mary Louis Mills - llelly 'Levis MAK li-UI' S'l'A l"l" lileanor Keeli Shirley Kecli Nancy Lockery Amelia Mason Gwen Pace Beverly Ritchie Mildred Sparks 146 Sara D. Rainey M arlha Slirers Pat Thomas Polly Thompson Belly Tul lle Keilh Mlhile Bonnie Woolen Marjorie Wyanl Anne Zeigler Henluckian 'l'Yl'lNG S'l'Al"l" Mary Crzlwforml M ilmlrcml fll'2lWliUl'll Billie llnlc lfloyc Mllllinnnx SPORTS Dirk lmwu Tuttle, L. Bnkcr, Reynolds. Mildred Crawford, Mury Crawford, Gish. Sparks Hatter, Ward, Skinner, Hayden, Bailey, Mulllnnux, Pncc Wilson. Locknry, Abraham, Wyn,nt, Ynncy. Lowe, Blggcrstnfl' S. Kecti, Stivers, Hunt, Mnson, Taylor. E, Kee-ti Murgzwcl Skinner Mairic llimnpson limily Wilson llnrolliy Yancey ,lllmcrl Reynolds 147 Crabb Bach 'K Q' Htyttttvtitn in being Mrs. S. A. Warner. Wie. with tnany misgivings, took her position to try to tnake the two do as good a job as one. At the contpletion ol' this undertaking. we are justifiably proud ol' the results. and ot' advanced prices on all materials. we have sold a large nuntber ol' books at pre-war prices. Although sntall in nuntber, the stall' has assumed its duties and Mary Keith Dosker, Shirley Stolz. and Margaret Clash did much to maintain the schedule ol' the business side of the Ki':N't'ttc:tu,tx. 'l'hose working on the page contracts and advance sales are to be conunended for their cllorts in having greatly increased tlte ntttnber of pages and advance sales. with the handicap of fewer organizations and a smaller student body. 'l'he entire stall' has together kept the l9l5 lit-1N'l'ttc:tu.tN on a sound linancial zsts, with the realization ol a successlul record ot the years work. '14 --li-pts Clatttsn and l'1t.t'z.tsott llxcn 1 .gf llllSlNl'1SS M.XN.'Xtil'1RS lileanor llach 'lean Clrabh S'l'Al"l" Mary Keith llusker Shirley Stoll lilla Doggett Sue Nlesser Nlarliean llill .Xnne Ziglar l.eslie Stalker Messcr, Doskcr, Stolz, Htll. Patmorc Turck, Stalker, Dale, Doggett. Ziglar 148 'l'he stall' ot' the ISHS litcNl'ttclu.tN sullered a great loss at the beginning ol' the year when Business Manager Marge l'alntore decided there were more advantages ln spite ot' war titne handicaps ol' delays in printing. engraving. and binding. performed thent etliciently and satisfactorily. 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' fg-.53 :--,::-Q-S.:-mg'-:'5:Inf :g 1- 'J .- : .-.-f: . -,'.-.-f-Q.: 1- .,- ,-,- -.- -,J gil-55f32f2f .Establi slyed 1959 Published Qggrferlg by Me CQ l lege g"P117gi17eeri17g UNIVEQITY or KENTUQKY Subscrvphon Price 3100,oer' year Wcfal AZ7ubl1'ccrf1'on ylfle Kerytqckg Sociefg Cyp Prcyfesslolyul Emygllyeers S b -b A gg.. . u SCN erSSz'uc:1fen fs crnczffllunonf of lfze College of , Engineering. 0A6er.5'ng1neers1ncluo0ng allmembers of F-.-:21': 535-522.5-j:? ffze Kenfucky .Socie lg of Professional Engineers. Compljmenfcrry copies fo .Libraries cfffenfuckg High Schools. Exchanges will: ofher .E'ngfneerfngPu.6lfcafions .. Szaecfdl consfdercxffon 13 given fo Important .Engineering rojecfs f e -Sfoffe of"!1'en.fucJfg, fo c1cf1'v1'l1'es of fhe, College o .En Jneerfng, fo reporffng research prgeofs. and fa ofher maffers o general Jnferesf fo ffae .Engfneerfng Profession. 149 Edwards, Singleton, Baker. Faulkner Tevis, Dorsey, Long, Flelshman WOMEN'S JOURNALISM HONORARY FOIHIIICII al the l17li'Ill'l'.Yfly of Wnsllinglmr April S, I909 Chi rflmplm' inslallzfd at ilu: llrzivcrsily of Kmrtufrlcy, l9l.S' PURPOSE To furlllcr the inlcrcsls of women in pmfcssionul jmn'n:1lism. FACULTY ADVISER Mlll'g'llCl'ilC McLaughlin OFFICERS IUNIVL Hfuufzk . . . . . ' . . Pl'1'Silll'7lf Dmus SlNcr.l-:'l'oN . Vin:-I'r'1'.vifIr'nl jANl4:'l' EIHVAIUJS . . . S0rralm'y l'1l.IlAlllC'I'lI F,xul.uN1-in . . 7'rm.vunf1' M li M ll li RS Mildred Louise Long HCllyC NICCIZIIHIIIZIII Hlllll Maury jxmc Dorsey lkflly 'l'0viS Hvlly Luc Flcishnlzln Theta Sigma Phi QSXJXKQJ . .p O WHO'S WHO MORTAR BOARD CWENS ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA CHI DELTA PHI CI'IARI.IiI'IN ISIIR O'Bmmon, M. Baker, J. Baker, Chrlsman, Palmore Freed, Bnskett, Burris, Edwards, Faulkner Yates, Lipscomb, Bnlzoln, Oldham, Hill, Erskine Illho's lllhn IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES IIINIC IIAKICR llopkinsvillc xl rlx rlurl S1'ir'l1r'f'.v MICRI. IIAKICR Hopkinsville lfllgir1r'r'rir1g HIIUllli'l"IllC ll.-KIM! Mexico City, Mex ul rls mul S1'iw1r'c.v VIRGINIA IIASKI-I' Casper. Wyo. ,-I rlx rulrl S1'iwllr'1'.x' Paris .-Igrirull rm' DIA l"Il RIS M..-XIUL.-XIll'1'l' li. C,-XI.IlWI'1I.I. I-IICLICN l.lI'SCZOMIl Danville l,CXlIIg'l0ll Cum nrzfrcz' .fl rlx and S1'i1'rln'.v NORMAN CII-IRISMAN I'1l.I.I'IN 0'lIANNON Pikeville I.exingl0n f2illg'flll'1'i'illg tj A N Ii' I' Ii I D W A R DS Roc'kI'm'cl. III. .-I rlx null S1'i1'l11rr'.v l'1l,IZAIll'I'l'l-I I":XlII.KNlCR Lexington .Iris mul Sl'II'll!'l'S I'HYI.l,lS l"RIClilJ l':iss:1ic. N. fl rlx uml S1'iI'lll'l'.l' CZJXROLYN HlI.I, Clzwrolllmi .lrlx mul Sr'irf11'vx 152 .ITIS Illlll Sl'fl'Ill'l'X -IA NIC Ol ,DIHIAM I.exinglon Iillmwliorl M.-XRJORIIQ I'. WARNER Horse Cave fl rlx mul S1'i1'll1'zfs MARIAN YA'I'I'1S Lexington .'l rlx mul S1'i1'nrus mortar Board Ni-X'I'lONA1, HONOR,-XRY FOR SENIOR NVOMEN l"ulmrl1'1l nl S'X'I'lI!'llA't' llrli1'r'r.vil.v. IUIA' lnxlrlllwfl nl Ilia' lf:li1fr'i'.x'il.v in l'12II l'llRl'OSlC To zlilvnllve the spirit ol' scrxife :mil fellowship Zllllllllg' llniversily W0llll'llI in mzlinlalin an high slnmluril ol' NCil0l2ll'SllllJ' :mil to recognize :md encourage leanclerrahip. MICMISICRS IN l'.'XCZllljl'Y I.0l:l Ruhinszxn Mnrguerile Mi'l,nuglxlin Nlililreil Lewis S:1Ilyl'en:e l"ACIlIl,'I'Y AIJVISI-ZRS I.nl:l Robinson Lycliil lfisher Nl.:il'g:ll'el Rzlllifl' Ol"l"lCl'IllS I.l.ICN 0'l3.xNNuN . . . . . . l'rm'i:I1'rrl Nl.XIi.j0RIlC l'.-u.miu.u-1 . Virv'-P1rx1'rlrn.' I-Incl.:-'N l,ll's1:oMn . . .S'f'1'1'1'l11rvv VIRGINIA lhsiax-'.'l' . . . 'I'n'r:,mrm' M ICM B li RS 'lime linker Hllg'llCllC liulzolu Chzlrleen Burris Llizuhclh Fnillkliei' Priscillal Klrzlcldy Lucy Meyer llillltfflltlilillll "'Brewsler Phelps Ruth Pure 'F Brewster Phelps, pleclgerl und iniliznlecl during the winter quarter. is treasurer ul' S.t2,A.. treasurer of Kappa: Iizuppu Gaunmzu. ni member ol' Cwens. Alpha: Lzunlnlzn Della. Pryor I're-Nh-il Society, :md the Y.W.CI.A. O'Bannon, Palmore, Bnskemz, Lipscomb Pace. Meyer, Faulkner, Bnlzola Oldham, Burris, Baker, Gruddy 153 Harris, Hays, Errickson, Broaddus Kloecker, Routt, Turck, Nevitt Watkins, Dugan, Mann, Thomas Wenstrnp, Lewis. Allen, Kennedy LnMaster, Perlmutter, Henry, Lund Davis, McGurk, Wilhoyte, Paar SOl'l-IOMORE l'VOMliN'S HONORARY I"nrnlrl1'zl nl ilu' lllli'1llfl'SflAY of l'iIlsI1ln'g'h. I022 lnslullezl on lllr' lllll'w1'r.x'ily uf lvrflllllrlruv I'1llllI7lI.S', l'l7l l'URl'OSl'I 'l'o eslalhlish :incl nlzlinlalin chapters ol' Clwens in c'ollCf.fC5 iuul universities for the sake ol' fostering leadership. scholar- ship, :incl fellowship among the women ol' lhe sopholnol'C class: lo promote lezulership among freslnnen women: lo servc l0 promote inleresl ol' the college and university in every way possible, :ind lo supervise and clireel these ehuplers in lllC Zlllillllllllllll ol' their eonnnon iclezlls. l'ACllI.'l'Y ADVISHIQ Dorolhy l'lV2lllS H'l'llDlCN'l' AIJVISIQRS Marjorie l':1lm0rc june Olclhnnl OFFICERS lil-f'l"l'Y llR0.XlblHlS . . . . l're.vi1Im1l jo ANN Kl,ol11c:lu-ik . . View-I'r'1'.i'irl1'rfA llzI'l'l"l'Y Rlrrn Iflfnnus . . Seerelrrry C Luu JLYN HA v les . 'I'rens1i rm' IIANIIL l'iRIllCliSON lli.rlm'ir1u MICM IHCRS B:irlml':l Allen Melrose Meliurk Al.ill'Q.g'lll'Cl Davis I-Ilsie Nevili Gerulcline Dugan Dorothy Pzun' Lenorzl Henry Ruth Perhnuller Dorcas Hollingsworth liclylh Roull I-Inlcl Kennedy Belly Shelley Maury BCllllClfI,I1lVl1lSlCl' lilixzihelh Thoinais Bernice Lewis Lorrzline Turek Knysu Lund Phyllis Nvnlkins Mnrllmzu Munn Murjeznl Wenslrup l'r:uu'es Wilhoyle Owens Hlpha lambda Della N ,-XTIONAI. FRESH M AN I-IONORARY Inxlrlllrll nl Iliff Ulli1l!'l'Sfl-Y of A'1'nlm'lcy. IW!! PUR l'OSl'1 'l'o promote intelligent living :nnl an higher slznulalril ol' learning. :incl lo encourage superior 9l'll0lllHlli' 1lll1lllllll1'lll :nnong llie lreslnnen women in institutions ol' liiqlner learning. l".'XClll.'l'Y AIIVISICR Mackie Rusclzlll OFl"ICIl'2RS Al,-Xll'l'IIA M.-WN . . . . . . . . I'n'.vi1I1fl1l lJolLo'l'nx' -IICAN l'.'x.ixu . . lfirc-l'rmirla'r1l l'lI.IZAllIC'I'll .-'Xi.l.l-:N 'llnomxs . . S1'r"n'tr1r'y SUIC XXNN IEILAIDFORII . . 7wl'lfIl.V'lt7'l7l' Nl ICAIIHCRS NiSll'g2ll'Cl Boone Davis ,lllilllllll l'1Iyl0Il Helen Ellis Maury llenncll l.:1M.:1sler llclly 'l'1llCslIl'llg'gS llelly Brook Fulton Bernice Lewis .lean 'l'lnn'm:in 'l01lIlllC0l'llIllll Susanne Nicholas l.orr:nine 'l'urck Surah fillYl'l1lll Belly jenn I':n'4lo llexlye .lo Woolnln 1 Hull, Lewis, Payton, Bradford. Mann, Paar Nichols, Turck, Davis, Pardo, Thomas, LaMaster 155 P Chl Della Phi Chi Della Phi wus founded Oeloher. ESI. l9l9 an lhe University ol' Tcn- nessee. 'l'he Xi elmpler was inslalllezl on the University ol' Kentucky eznnpllh in H12-l. 'l'he colors :ire lxlne and gold and the llower is pnnsy. The p1n'p0Sl ol the organization is lo discover, CllC0lll'1lgC. :anal inolivaile literary lnlenl incl inclivixluznl writing :nnong women slnclenls, OFFICERS NIARVIN Y.1x'n-is , . . . Pre.vi1I1'nl Ili-:'r'rx' ,l'l'lVlS . Vf!'I'-Pl'l'Sf!Il'lll ANN I-Imvi-im. . . . Swwlury M.-un' Louis hfl'l"l'S . . 'I'rru.v1m'r F,-lClll.'l'Y JXIJVISIQR 'lane I-lalselilen Ml'ZMl5l'2RS Belly Lee Fleislnnan I,enor:l Henry Belly Anne Cinoeehio lililzihelh McNeal Mary Gordon Gillespie Czirol Rzineh Yates, Howell Tevis. Mitts Taylor, McNeal Henry, Glnocchlo Flelshmnn. Gillespie Rauch Nunry lillen 'l':uylor X 156 f'S'9"S"lf'lG.W, Irene .Xdatns Rofella Allen llarrietle Allison Rnth.'Xntl1ony Hazel Arnold Ruth Audrey Ball Maria llenaritles Imogene llCl'l'ylllilll lleatrice llinlel lrene llridgetnan llerniee llrowning Norma llnell Bessie llnrris Klharleen Pnnrris Norine Ciann Flnily Cannon lletty Sne Capen Mary Fox Clarke Molly Clayton Marie Cohnrn Miriatn Cohen .lean Clralmlm Andrey Danks Helen Frances Davis Marie Denton Mary jane Dorsey M a rl ha Jewell Hall lilsie HUISUII Mattie larelyn Dong Lucille lidwards Virginia linhank Phyllis R. Freed Rosemary Freednla las lhontpson Fitlpatriek ll Anne Rohertson Frye Patricia Gable Zell Cioldenherg Sarah Goodwin Ann Greene Lanra Haase Catherine Hardin Mary Fran Hehnittk janet l-lelsel .lllllllllll Hendry Ann Herndon Palsy .lo Hilmlms Winn Oridge Hord Helen Horton Andrey Hnllaker .lacq neline jenkins Mary Margaret Kash lileanore Keeti Shirley Keeti Barbara F. Wi 158 llays lillen lielsay .leanne Keller Dot Kirkland Anne Kirtley Louise Land Maria S. Legg Winnie Roy Lewis Mildred L. Long Rellerea CI. Lowe Iidna Lykins Mary Katherine MaeMilli.tn , Sarah j.Mc'C1annnon Helen S. McMurtry Iletty.l.MttNan1er Mary Ann Maeke Minerva L. Mains Shirley Moser Marshall Leola M. Meade Harriet IC. Messer lsahel F. Michelson llonnie Miller llelsy Mitchell llel ly ul. Brewer Moore Sylvia Morgan Bettie Nollau Bettye Park nters .... ,.. ....................A...-.. Ranlelle I". l'llllt'l'hUll 'lean li. Paxton Lorraine Perry Martha li. Pruitt Carol Ranch Nell Rice llettie H. Russell Dorothy llennes Salrelt Bertie Sexton Nancy Lassiter Shephcrll Wanda Shnpert Gwendolyn Shryofli Doris Singleton Mildred Smith Mary Dale Sproul Betty .lane Stanley Mary lilizalmetlr Stigall Mildred 'l'attnn lletty 'l'eyis Nanry F. 'l'oll Mary 'l'hornton Alice 'l'rilJlJle .ICZIIICIIC Vincent .janet Wallingford Virginia Ward Marjorie Warner Natalia Ahello Betty Bane Adair Q Rtthy W. Allison ltlilaheth ll. Alsohrool: M..lean Anderson Virginia l.. Balah Dorothy Baird Betty M. Barnes Iilizaheth tl. Barnett Otltella Batten lzleanor Ann Bennett Doris livelyn Bentley Ruth G. Billings Sulanne Bingham Q Betty Binlel lhelma lmogene Blair Helen ll. Blake Betsy Clark Brown I Blanche Brown Virginia Lou Brown Helen Bunch Mary 'l'ltelma Cannon Betty .lean Carr -luanita Gene Klart Marjorie Choate .lane H. Clarke lane Collins Lorine Compton lltha Raeilonrad l'aulineCIox Martamne Cross Alayne Davis Baud Hall Margaret Boone Davis Florencellones Marion M. Salishnry Margaret V. Dirkey Margaret B. Iialeher Lois I'. Sasser Mary li. Dickinson Betsey Knorr Louise Srearre Marcia llraddy Mary Bennett LaMaster Neomi Sehnitller Naomi Duncan lflorence Landrum Amatla Segarra Mary Ii. l-Illis -loyee Lawton Betlt Shipman .lean Farris Betty Ligon Agnes Shreve Mary li. l"ell Ruth R. Litsey .lean Shropshire Billie CZ. lfisttltet' Yvonne Lyon 1ahethAnne Simpson Mary l'1.lfulton Carol Ann Mannini 'I'helma Spalding Mary Hue flamhlin Mary lfrances Matheny Wanda Lee Spears Rttth Clildart Beth Maxwell Carol Mac' Staton Margaret litta Coggin Rowenta May Marjorie 'l'aylor Anne L. Cray tileta Hopper Melflargne lsahel 'l'el'as Mary L. Greene l'at Mendenhall Xl :ry l'llllill!Clllil'll0lll1lS lillllllllilll Hames lfranees Mitchell Margaret Ann 'I'oy Lonanna l'lammons Dottie Moore Violet 'l'nrner Margaret Hatnmons Aleene Morris Polly 'l'ntlle limma tl. Hardin Sue Myers Alicia XV. 'l'ntwiler Helen Hardy SIIIIIIHIC Nicholas Betty L. Walsh Anne lflarrison Barhara Noland 'luanita Warren lilivaheth Hayden .lane li. Ontland Mary Lee Wicklillie Alane Henry Audrey CL. Owens Helen F. Williams flora Beard llook V. Iluanita Payton limily D. Nlilson lileanor Hopkins Ruth B. Peterson Roherla L. XVilson Geraldine Rae Hoskins Atmc Cl. l'hillips Mary Lou Witherspoon Christine Householder Amy l'rit'e Willard Witt lilifaheth Hurst Virginia A. Ray lzlilaheth Lee Xklright Mildred C. jackson -lean Riddle ll'illene Yadon l'atrif'ia l.. jackson Bettie Riggs lil'llj'l'r.Yill.1l'l' l'lllY1Il!Clll.I1llllCS Frances L. Riley Margaret Yeager Ann Cl..leIl'ries l-llilaheth Rohinson Marianna Young lilleu Ziglar . --. ,mf .4 . 1 159 Bctlellane Allison l"lora Baker Mary -lo Ball Bettyhlean Barlee Nell Bogie Margaret l.ee Bolton l'alsy M. B-otntey latte lillen Buchanan Anne livans Buntin Marjorie Bttrton Bernice W. Btttton Holleen Cain Laura .lane Claltltvell Katliryn'l.C1allison Shirley Carmichael A. Margaret Cash .lean Ll. Clatvootl Bettye .lean tiockrell Frances 'l'. Cilillortl W. Imogene Clomhs Lufille Clratvlortl Mary Price Creamer Betty Louise Davis Sue Vance Day Carolyn R. Denning Carol L. Doltl Marjorie A. Doliher Dorothy Donnell Mary Keith Doskei M ICM Bl" RS .lessie Mae lfarris .lane ll. lfetter Cecillia l"lorenc'e Sue lflynn l.aNelle lfogle Betlye .lean lforkner lilinthetlt lfrank Anne 'I'. Fraysure Barhara D. lfulrell Arla Louis Gasser Rita tireentvaltl Mary liva Greer Iiniogene Gregory Margaret li. Clrigshy M. Rehecca Clrigslmy Dorothy ,lean tirugin Margaret, I. llall luantta Harris Martha -lune llatter Ollie Lee Hays Mariean llill l'.lIlilllClll lltltnn .lean M. Ilinkle llelen tiihson l'lutc'heral't Margaret ll. Hulette Annis CI. Htttlman -lutlith A.-Iattkson 'lane V. jameson Mary Mcilortl Dunlap .lutlith li. .lohnson B trhara lilinaheth Dyczhe .Xmelia Alohnston Doris lilliott Ruth lilla Ilones lIt!t'L'ly'll liilham Ann Cl. l.air Marygene Lair Betty Luther Marian Mellvain Delia N. Manning Marguerite Marshall Dorothea Martin Olive Sue Messer Carolyn Meyer Virginia L. Meyer Virginia Minter Martha L. Meyers Mary K. Nichols Bette Oates Donue 0'Donnell Margaret Oldham llelen Olmsteatl Dorcas Bell O'Neal Billeehlane I'enn Bohhy .lean Perry Dorothy Pleasant Olive ll. Potter Frantzes Pritchett Nancy Ruth Purdue l'eggy Sue Puryear Vivienne Ramho .lean L. Rankin Lucille Reetly Betty Rees May Belle Reiehenhach Pallerson Hall Dorothy Watle Rohertson 'lean Robinson Mary julia Samuel Naomi Saslau Dorothy Smith lililaheth R. Smith Millieent Stroke Cat herine Snowtlen Marjorie Stemhritlgv Carolyn Stevens .Knn W. Stevenson Anne -I. Straughn litlilh Thatcher l'atricia C. Thomas Mat iltla bl. 'lhompsotl Margaret 'I'intler Ann O. 'l'uc'ker .-Xuclrey M. 'l'urner june G. 'l'urner Marilyn .loanne 'l'yl'CC Carolyn M. Walker D. lililaheth Walters M.ary Frank Ward .lean Aclel Wayman Mary lilleu Wills Mary june Wills Charlotte Wootl Dorothy A. Yancey Mary Young lfrances C. Youtsfsy' Anne lilizalmeth Zeiglvl' Mary Lou Ziegler 160 Hesidenee Heuses ludia Brown Marilyn Blevins Mary llrown joanna Carpenter llelen Dorr jane Doyle Iletty lfairlax Mildred Ford Helen Ray Ford Mona Gallrein Mildred Agee Virginia llaag' l"t'an1'es l-lorton jean Hnnsinger Hortense Ackertna Ann Birk Susan Black lilizahetlt Bray janice Davis Martha Daws Ann Marie Donisi Betty Dowell Rnth Datnron Gene Hardin Patricia Ann Howell jean Irwin Andrey llankinson Cecile Hudson Margaret jamison Suzanne Kirklnnn Lillian Marie Lewis Mildred Long' Nancy Long Mary O'Neill Halel Polk iilelietuell Ruth johnson Lucille Kaufman Kenna King Rosemary Lewis Martha jones Mary Lon jones Helen jones j ndith johnson Nora Lee jolmson l"ranc'es Kearhy joan Latta ' Imogene Lay Nelda Napier Martha Newman Monie Ortnshy lilixaheth Paltner 161 Mary l.onellen Prewttt lletty Prieslley Patti Rosenherger lletty Hanford Mary Smith joan Taylor lllanche NVagner janet Welmer jean Wood jean Lyons Helen Mivhel Patsy Selle Virginia Stephens Sigma ilu Aletheia Pollette lletty Parrish Dorothy Mttllraw Peggy Reynolds Shirley Noland Peake Shehan Dorothy Shoemaker Vera Salyers Shirley Stoll l'eggy 'l'nrley Yirgittia Walton Ruth Wilde Marilyn lllevins loainiiai C1n'peiiim- Cecile Huilsoii Belly lfziirfaix Loiielleii Prewill Virginia Sleplieiis l'2llSy Selle Riilli .lolmsoii Helen Mieliel Belly Iloivell l'ezikeSl1el1alii Nelilzi Napier Shirley Slolz Riilli DZIIIIYOII I lorlense ,M'kerni:iii .luily iloliiison line lzlleii Iliicliaiiisiii Council lllemhers Maury lillen Wells 'l'illie 'lliompsoii .-Xi1ii'l'i1c:kei' limogeiie Gregory -lucly jackson .-Xineliii .loliiisloii Many llelle Rielienlmcli Ceeilliai Florenc'e Ilorolliy Donnell Helen Dzivis lilsie Dolson Maury lfiiiilres l-lelmick Maury .lame Dorsey Rolmerlzi Wilson .Kim Kiraly Helly llzirneli lfrzimtes Mitchell 162 Murgairel ll. I-lzumm lleziii Aiiclerson lililsibelli Alsolwook Alicia 'l'i1lwilei' Betsy Brown Mis. Hill Spaulding., Mi 's. Nancy Gene Sin Mrs. Myrlle Al0l'j.L'illl Mi 's. Milclrecl S. 'l'iir IILI 'S.v"' '..'i' fuliiiclel lliii nil Miss Irmzi A. Poole Dorothy Quirke jewell B. Walker Mary Clzirner Mrs.Doro1liy Pollen Mina: I.. Sllaiullies llellieiiioie HIS 1 Q 163 Hliliiaru Ball Sue .xllll I'n':uII'ui'il :ind Ilel' ullemleiils, Doris Slllilil :mil Vilgilliil lSei'liail'il e elecleml lay soldier vote :mal reigned mel' the lmll for wliieli tlolmny Long xml Iiis orelieslrzl played. Notice XVHSII Serini wearing :I "lux" Zllllflllg llie iiuiwl in llle lower Ieil pirlllre. AMN' 5. , i W1 ix 164 IIIILITHBY Looking Forword 166 .- , ' , I . ,V " ' . Front row-Col. Chlpman, Lt. Col. Eggers Second T010-Fll'Sl. Lieut.. Dugnn. Capt. Noblc, Capt. Stlvcrs, First Lient. Trachenherg Back row-TJSQL. Watson, Sgt. Kinker, TfSggt. Tiddle, Sgt, Himcs I I I Ir U I University students have lonnd Col. Chilllllllll. who mme to our rznnpus for the iirst time this yezlr. to he most eooperzttive. 'l'he militury department has heeome the pride ol' the eaunpns for its etmgeninlity :md :ill-:n'otmd good sportsmztnship. Never has Col. flhipnuni refused to render his services to eztmpus activities. 'l'he KI'iN'l'l1fZIil.XN especially wishes to thztnk him for his splendid eooperauion during the selection ol' the lmeznuties. Although we have missed the zulvztneed ROTC men whom we once sow :around the etnnpus- :intl hope to see again in the neztr future-we :ire proud to know they have lmeen replneed hy other young men serving their country. 'I'he University Military Department has truined tlumnsnnds oi' men who :ure fighting in this wur. Its methods ol' te:u:hing.g' AS'l'l' :nul .-XS'I'Rl' units halve heen so s:uisI':u'tory. than other sehools hztve looked to it for new ideals. We feel than we express the sentiments oi' the entire student hody when we stty to men who halve trained here. we hope you halve liked us well enough to letnrn to us ns eiviliun students. 167 ',7'J'1.F1gFL!1."1.F!l 168 Rifle Team ln spite ol' wan' c'm'l:lilu1c1ll. lllCl'C is still llxc riI'lc ICIIIII mnclc up ol' exp nun frmn lhc raulks ol' lllc llnivcrsily Reserve Olliccrs Vlhlillllillg Corps. 'I'llls IS mac ul scx'ur:ll lmllvuluaul IIIIIIS nl lllc pcanrc'-lxlllc Illllllilff' rlcpn1'lmm'nI. ...- 169 :L H-Bets Cnpt. Robert Stivers Esther Nevltt, Maureen Taylor, Marian Yates, Nancy Taylor, Betty Haynes 170 171 BBEEISS ---V-ii,---.-i1.Yi Yw V I 7 ,Y , Bela Psi Chapter Ward, Rogers, Canada, Elliott, Hamblett. Rogers, Dempsey, Burton Ernest, Browning, Tackett, Hunt, Howell, Bailey, Shipley, Sparks Stofer, Slater, Neal, Blrdwcll, Hclvlnston, Dale, Allen, Dunnigmx Turck, Shannon, Johnson. Blank, Sparks, Ackerman, Armstrong, Fur-ics Baker, Porter, Ward, Cnrmlchnl, Bucher, Young, Riley, Snake, Henderson Howell, Alsobrook, Spaulding, Butten, Slatz Newman, Lee. Orwin, Davis Emerson, Street, Bonney, Stalker, Cnllison, Coywood, Dodggctt, Hlllcnxncyer, Wood, Walton 174 ni Ilelll I l was fonnmleil ill Wesleyan l"1'lll1lilT College, Maron. lieoiw Lli l'sl one ol' lhe sixty-l'onr national chapters. was installed on the UIIIXLIS f a'3 uf NAA e ' cl ' ' e are lhe sorority colors: violet is the llower, and 'iAllCil7l1Llll is N. si- . I, ,' ' -M, All I1 ' a ' ' n lf, . ' 'xl - H 1 - -' - fc ,, 4: J.. . ,VT A 1 . . 4' ' , . ' 1 v . qf V f f ' Maia ist ,-N CIIIIIIJUS lll l9Lll. ' u ' 1 , J Blu .in nhil 0' nalional puhlu. Annie-Somers Ilailey Bernice llrowning Rulh Ann liarnesl .Mnancla llamhlell Belly Anne Allen llillie Dale Kathryn ,Xrinslrong .Xnn llirclwell Delphia llunnagan I-Iorlcnse ulrkernian lililahelll Alsohrook Lilly Baker Suzy Ballon Virginia lllank Palsy llonney Helly Anne Bucher llerniec Button Kathryn Callison Shirley Carmichael Gerlrude Caywooml OI"l"ICIl'1R5 l'lcfaar Wmum . H 1 .li -,,-i W QLIQN llIill'I'RAM . NN:-7 lQI,I.I0'l"I' . n.MA 'IICANNIC CANAIIA . "'uion. Hlpha Delia Pi SHNIORH Anne Howell llellye Melilanahan llunl Marguerite Riley Maxine Rodgers lj UNIORS Nanry .lane Dempsey Maxine johnson SOPIIOMORICS Martha Lou l"airies Mary Ilelrinslon l'LlillGl'1S ilanicc Davis lflla lloggell Francis l'illlCI'SUll I-Zllen l-lenclerson Mary Hillenmeyer Patricia Howell jean Irwin lileanor Lee Marlha Newman Dorothy Porter liloisc Rogers Rowena Sparks joseph ine Slolier Mary 'l'arkelL Lois .lean Shipley Milmlrecl Sparks .lo Ann Neal Marian Slater Lorraine Turck Franres Riley Iris Shannon Millicrenl Snoke Thelma Spalding Lesley Sllliiilfl' Shirley Stoll jane Slreel Virginia Lee Walton llarhara Ward jean Wood Mary Young . . I'r1f.rf1lzrul Vir'1f-I'rvxirlzf:ll . Sfrzrrrlflry . Treasurer 175 111 l-annna Della was lonntletl al Syracuse University in llltll. lflpsilon, one ol the -If :lets s installed on the University campus in 1908. 4 l ll, anal green are the sorority colors: red and hnll' roses are lhe Ilowers. Inn e among' thc faculty are Dr. Sally Pence and Miss Marie Ilarkley Hlpha Sarah Hogan .Xhna Clarkson Anne Cowgill Susan lihlen lletly Ann Anins llelen Arnold julia Foley lletty Ann tlinocchio Belly Barnett lllleanor Bennett Gene Cart Belly Haynes lletty Adair Virginia llahh Betty Barnes Marcia Draddy Laura jane lilswiek Carolyn linhank Gamma Della SICNIORS Martha ll. Fillpilll irk Margaret Hollyliclcl .lean Phipps Sara Dee Rainey Inez Strother .IUNIORS Anna Mary Wagner Patsy jo l-lihhs -llliiCllC.l0l1CS Mary l,onis Mills i'iSlilCI' Nerilt SOIWIOMURICS .jean Johnston Shirley Love lilsie Ncvilt l'I,liDCliS Mary jo Farmer Helen Ray Ford Annie Francis Andrey I-Iankinson Dottie Moore Frances Pritchett llelty Rec Rhoacls 176 I'hehna 'Iholnpson -lean 'l'inley .jean xVil'CllIIlll Marian Yates Nancy l.. Shepherd Nancy Taylor l'olly 'l'hon1pson Alice 'I'riImhle Doro! hy Paar I'oIIy 'I'nltle Peggy Mlalkins Phyllis Mlatkins Nancy Skeen Margaret Skinner Virginia Stephens Carolyn Stevens Blanche Wagner Mart ha Yates OFIWCILRS limlm' l'lllN'l' . . . I'r1'sirl1'nl llwrv IH . . l'icf'-l'r1'si1lr'nl MARY Grolusri iViAR'l'IN . . S1'rrr'lnry M.xlu:,xRlc'l' l'I,-t'rl'liR . . 'I'1'1:r1suw'r ...E Epsilon Chapter Clarkson, Strothcr, Begun. Hunt, Rainey, Hollyflvld, Wlrcnlrw, Pure Hibbs, Elsie Nevltt, Arnold. Glnocchlo, Wagner, Thompson, Jones, Tinley Marian Yates, Trlbble, Foley, Johnston, Mitts, Esther Nevltt, Burnett, Love Hatter, Thompson, Bennett, P, Watkins, Phipps, M. Watkins, Fitzpatrick, Hnyncs Martin, Cort, Shepherd, Eblen, Cowgill, Tnylor, Amos, Pnnr Young, Pritchett, Martha Yates, Hnnlcinson, Tuttle, Sklnncr, Adnlr, Moore. Frarcls. Bnrnes Farmer, Eubnnk, Wagner, Babb. V. Stephens, Drncldy, Skecn, Rhodes, C. Stevens, Ford 177 Xi Chapter Blake, Mable Carnes, Stokes, Frnysurc, Bnch, Frye, Kendall, Robinson M. Rose, Rice, Bn1'llDLf2, Bureau, Collins, Miller, Llnke, Murphy Wnltnmn, Allen, Smlth, Ray, Brydon, Shropshire, Price, Kennedy B. Rose, Mildred Carnes, Wrench, Maxwell, Ammermun, Matlock, Shrout, Lyon Cash, Frank, Wnyman, Clark, Jameson, Burnett, Buntln, Freeman Doyle, Ford, Murray, Prlcstly, Jameson lun 'T' fs 0- ,Q QC 'T W- 178 Alpha Xi Delta was I'ounded at Lombard College in 1893 and now s tpters. Xi. the lirst local sorority to beeotne a national on the llnivetsity ol ,vpvff N' LTP? lvvvv tueky campus, was installed in l908. flu, Q14 Colors of Alpha Xi are licht blue, dark blue, and gold: pink killarney 1080 is thc Martha .lane Allen Laura ,Icane Blake Mabel Carnes Jeanne Bureau .janet Collins .loan Barnett Martha l.ou Brytlon llalel Kennedy liloise Annuertnann Ann Buntin Patsy Burnett. Mildred Carnes Margaret Cash Charlotte Clark Olflfltll-ills I x ltuvsotuc mst Rlli. . Ill lttl'1N LINK . lmnok Bluzu . sorority Ilower, and the "Alpha Xi Delta journal" is the national magazine Altnnna in thc University faculty is Margaret Tuttle. Hlpha Xi Della SICNIORS Patricia Kendall listher Price .IUNIORS Mary .lane Miller l"rant'es Murphy Lucille Ray HOPIIOMORICS Martha Mallark Barbara Rice Betty Rose l'l,lClJCl'IS Doris Doyle Mildred Ford litnily Frank Harriet Freeman Margaret Jamison llorothy Robinson Margaret Stokes Betty Xvaltman Maureen Rose Ann Caroline Smith .lean Shropshire Marie Shrout liatltleen Wrenfli .lane jameson Yvonne Lyon Beth Maxwell Sara jane Murray Betty Jane Priestley Jean WHYIIIZIU . l'rr'.rirlcnt l'ir'rr-I'r1fsirl1rllt . Sfrcwflrtry . 'l'reax1n'c1' 179 f In-vmu...4Y:sfwow:-xmsn.....m,,,. H. .-... ., 4.251 Ol Ol ......4 L NOIOIIU S ll Clli Oln -fl s - 'ily wus ixlblllllilfli ill llle UlliVCl'SilY of Al'kllllS2lS on April 5. ISSHS. ln lllll .gekq A . , . lzl Alpllzl. one ol' llie 96 nlllionlll CIIIIPICVS. was inslzlllell on lhe Universily cznnplls. ' "fa 5' 4 Ili - .' ' " I' color: are l'lll'1iillZli llllil Sll'2lW :lnll lhc llowel' is llie while CZll'll2 ion, . ,"i. , A . .,, ,-...L , JL' .-Xnllzl NIEIC llzliley lillen Cook Mzlrlllll Clllyle Winn llozlrll -lane liilllliy Ann BIIITUII Belly Cllnrlly liilly fiilllI'I'i1lii llorollly Coons 'lIIlIiC'C llowers llllivzllllrlll Curl-y Allele DCIHIIZIII l.illi:ln llenllersoll Slllilll liilllik Nl2ll'vi0l'lC Iilll'l0ll Nllll'-iC2lll Hill Com Bealrll I-look IQICZHIOI' Hopkins Ann Gllfiilllli .lell'cl'ies Chi Omega SICNIORS Mznjiorie l'illlISlllQCl Belly Kil'kpzlll'iltk I':llly Clill' Lune ygllxlolas l"l'2lllI'CS Daniels .lane Cizlrrol l7:ll'lizllmy Ann lillioll Agnes l'vCIlllllUI'C SOPIIOMORICS Mzlry ixl2ll'Q2ll'Cl lligginson lXl.:n'y Kzlssenlrroltk Ann ixfC2lC'll1llIl Sully l'ClCl'SOIl l'l.lCDGliS .Indy johnson NiLll'lil1l jones Peggy Kingsley C:ll'olynMl1Meckin Belly Olllcs Pan Selle -. -v-Q.. 180 l.eli:l Nilillols ll'is'le:1n f,lllK'l' Nlzll'yM.Rielxol1l Malriorie Villesyik SIIC I"ClllllIUl'L? Nlllflilll Krzlllss Nlllry Louise Pilllflll Doris Slllilil jenn SlliIiVllIl Sophie Rllollvs Ann Hlllllil Maury l.. Sylnpson lilillllmelll A. iliilfllllllh lilillllxelli Simpson NilIl'g'Ill'Cl 'l'inclel' fi1ll'0iyll xvlllklfl' Al2Il'g2ll'Cl xViIilCSillC lilivzllielll l.ee Xvfiglll .Xnn Zciglcl' OI"l"lCI'1RS .aw Nlxlllllt l,olllsl1 Mc:Cowx . . l'r4'.vi1l1'l1l lfl!l'l'Il Cioxfml' . l'ir1'-I'l'vxirI1'rll M,lxu'l'lm Rlxlzo , Sw'rf'lurv jilxli R. lil.l.lo'l"l' . . 'l'r'1v:.v11w'r lambda Hlpha Chapter Lane, McCown, Hunsinger, Omar, Reibold, Patton, Conant, Cook Kirkpatrick, Dnnicl, Lee, Nichols, A. Fenimore, Gale, Krauss, Ringo Clnrdy, Elliott, Churchill, Smith, Thomas, Carey, D. Smith, Darnnby S. Fenimore, Rhodes, Bnrron, Sympson, Kassenbroek, Henderson, Elmore, Bowers Peterson, Meacham, Dcnnmn, Selle, Johnson, Kingsley, Jones, Simpson Whiteside. McMeeken, Burton, Walker, Hook, Wright, Ontes, Hill Jeffries, Tender, Hopkins, Zeiglar, Black 181 Delta Rho Chapter Calvert Stevenson Baskctt Wigginton Mcycl Presley Shxopshnc SLIOCY, Holland Dozler E Jones M Jones Street Bruce Gxlson Mary Jones Wenstrup McCork1e Kloeckcr F Wlcklltfe Broddus Keller Miller Walters Lewis Routt Fox Shouse Anderson Shipman Legg Cross Samuels Mitchell Pleasant Witherspoon Yager Wade Tutwllder TcPas Gmy M Wlcklltlc Lntta Nichols Dummit Flynn Hardln Futrell Lawton Gaines Hardy Schwartz, Dorsey, 'Edwlardsf Carroll, Slrnpson, 'MOTl'lS, ifand, d0Lf.lIl'Qh11ll'l 182 Della Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1888. Delta Rho, one ol the 88 national chapters, was installed on the University campus in l923. Silver, gold, and hlue are the sorority colors, and thc pansy is the Ilower. Among the faculty, .lane Haselden, Assistant Dean ol' Women, is an alumna ol' this so on Betty Carroll Marie Cot tingham lfllllllilflll Dorsey janet lidwzmls Leslie llrnce Cornelia Dozier Carolyn tiilson lietly llroaddus lfrances Keller IIHAIII1 Klot't'kt'l' Marian Douglas llarhara Walters l'I,lEDCil'2S -lean Anderson jane I-I. Clark Mary Fox Clarke Marianme Cross Mary Duke Fra nees Dra ll'en Rosemary Dnmmit OFFICERS Ninn lNlKRlllA PRRsl.liY . Rilllll Cin,vtatt't' . MN 5lIIlIlNSON . 1 Nlk x u-:rr Della . Prrrsizlmll l'iw:-l're.rirIf'rlI . -lS'1'l'l'!'llll',Y . Truu.rllr'rr Della SICNIORS -lane l.antl Lucy Meyer llillie Morris IIUNIORS Anne Holland litnily jones Marie .jones SOl'l IOMORIQS llernit-e Lewis lXl:u'garet Mcflorkle -lane Miller FRIQSHM NN Sue l'lynn llarhara lfutrell Patsy Gaines Anne Gray Helen Hardy Ruhy Gene Hardin Joan lillllll joyce Lawton Maria Legg Marjorie Mitchell Mary li. Nirhols Il Margery Schwartz Nancy Shropshire Betty Simpson Jane Wigginton Mary jones ltllilalxelh Street l l'il lll'l'S Sl l'l't?l Roselynne Rontt M:n'je:tn Wenstrup l"l':lln'es Wieklillkr Dorothy Pleasant Mary julia Samuel lleth Shipman Ann Shouse Isabel 'l'e Pas Alicia 'l'utwiler Dorothy NVatle Mary I.ee Wieklille Xlary l.ou Witherspoon lletty Yager 183 Y Kzlppu Della sorority was fonnclell :ll Virginia Sl1llC Normal School, F2ll'lllVlllC. Vll'l.,lllll 2956 in l897. llpsilon Omega. one ol' llle seventy-one nnlionul Ch1llJlC1'S, was inslzlllecl on llle llll 0 ' . . lake' VCl'Slly crnnpus ln l9l0. 9,05 lhe sorority Colors llre olive green :lnll while, lllelr flower 15 the while rose. 93 ' NICIIIIJCVS in llle lllclllly ure Lyllill lfisller :lnll xxllllll filll'illllCl'. Rlllll Bl'lllH'0l'Cl june Hlllmlrzlrd lfzlye M nggurcl llelly Ann Bruner CISIIIKHIIC Gibson Rnlll Ann Gl'2lIllllS ljoyee CZISOII Kate Coil Ann Congleton fiCl'llldll1CDlll.fllIl Lillian Finley Carol Dolll Frances Gerber Nancy Glass Rebecca Grigsby jenn I-Iollse Alocelyn Kilhnnl Nancy Kimbrough Eval Lewis OFFICERS Ilappa Della M ICMIHCRS SICNIORS Mari Lon NIIIIIVOC l'1HCllf,'BlllIll0-I1 Nlllflllll -IKIIIC Phipps Plllly Rinnner uylmlolas .loyee Miller Ilelen Nllllllllll SOPHOMORICS fiCl'ZlllllllC Gooch l"l'2llllICS.lCllkll1S jenny l.oll Kennedy Mllrlllzl l.inney Ann iWllCHl'llyCl' PLEDGES Belly I.lllhCl' Slle MeCl:lnzlll:ln Mnrizln Mcllvllin Mzlrilyn Melvin Carolyn Meyer Helen Olnlslezld jane fjllllillld june Scroll livelyn 'l'll0lllIJS0ll liloise Williams l':lllUgCllC Stokes fil'ill'C xvllllllllll Ihllllly X ollng Maury Mzlltllonnlll iNlLlllll1lM2lI1ll Marry lXllll'g'lll'Cl Marks lClniIyPlocl1 D0l'0ll1y Powell Peggy Puryeur Mzlry june Rznnsey Ann 'l'nc:ker Jllilllllll XVLIITCII Ruth Willle Roherlzl Wilson Jean Wylie Frances Yolllscy vxv AlSIll'f'l"l' , Pr1'.ri1lf'ul lus l'Ol.l,l'l"I' . 11114-I'mvirl1'11l lN fi.'U.l.0lV,-KY . . .S'r'1'rnlnry IXUIUII Ross 'I 'r'r:rl.rll1'rr 184 Eps ilnn llmeqa Chapter Rimmcr, Ross, Bradford, Abbott, Pollltt, Galloway, Hubbard Stokes, O'Bunnon, Millcr, Thompson, Mnggnrd, Scott, Milmnn, Coll Finley, Gibson, Brnuer, Phipps, Jenkins, Dugan, McBruyer, Mnrlzs Munroe, Willmott, Llnney, Young, Munn, Gooch, Kennedy, Grnnnis Cnson, Dold, Williams, Plock, McDonald, Powell, Kimbrough, Glass McClanahnn, Meyers, Lewis, Grigsby, Wilson, House, Gerber, Luther, Olmstcnd, Melvin Outland, Warren, Mcllvan, Tucker, Youtsey, Pnryenr, Kilhnm, Wilde, Ramsey, Wylei 185 ..-.le , nw-H , 5- Bela Chi Chapter Spenser, Moss, Stanard, Crapstcr, Dosker, Phelps, Field, Bell Freeman, Wharton, Leachman, Davls, Landrum, Blanton, Stevenson. Lawton Ayers, Macauley, Swinebroad, Ensmlnger, Brown, Rogers, Schroeder, Alverson Hall, Locke, Rhodes, Wade, Bowman, Milward, Dlmmock, Spears Talbertz, Hanklns, Champe, Taylor, Van Satoard, Gorham, Fulton, Jones Oldham, Baker, Evans, Park, 0'Rear, Gildarb, Field, Grimes Gallaher, Headley, Dunlap, Doskcr, Sympson, Griffith 186 1 i , Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Bctl Chi one ol' the seventy-four national chapters, was in stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1010 The sorority colors are light and dark hlue: the sorority flower is lleur-de-lis. Alumna among the faculty is Mary Nlutnford. llappa Ilappa Martha Davis lililztlmetlt Dosker Ann linsminger Mary lilizalmeth Alverson janice Ayers .lithel Blanton liwing Brown l'illllll1ClllCl'llIJSll'l' ' Frances Lawton Ann llowman Patricia Clements llelly llrooke Fulton Polly Clallaher joanne Gorham Flora Baker Margaret Champe Mary Keith llosker Mary Dunlap Mary Wallis livans lletly Field OFFICERS IFRKNKIS VAIDILN Blcl.l. Rlllll IDIMOCK . fI0llflXNNl41 Moss . NSIICR l'llI'1l.I'S 'I'rrm.sll rw MICM IHCRH SICNIORS Frances Field Marjorie Freeman IIUNIORS -julie Landruin lleverly Leaclintan Dorothy Locke Caroline Rodes Sarah Rodes S0l'l'10MORliS Sarah llall Mildred jones lloris Mazfauley .julia Ann Maier l'l.lil3ClCS Betty Gay Ruth Gildarl Patricia Urillin Mary -lane Grimes Lucy llawkins l,aura lleadley Gamma Louise Milward Sally Spears Nlary Ann Stanard Mary Virginia Rogers Ruth lilleu Sclnoeder Alice Spencer lletsy Banks Stevenson Ann Wehlm lllargaret -julia Whartfm Ann Oldham Mary M arrs Swinelmroad Ilrowuell 'l'allmert l'olly Van lluren Freda Wade Margaret Oldham Nancy O'Rear Ridgeley Fark Dorothy Sympsou lilizalxeth Taylor Caroline Van Santvoord I'rc.sifI1mI pl'C.YiIlI'lIl X1fr.'r1'lr:t"r 187 leur 'l'nu Alpha was founded at Virginia Stale Normal College in 1898. Alphl Chi u s installed on the University campus in 19211. The colors are turquoise and steel gray, and the while violet is the sorority iloixu llunm is the omeial puhliczuion. Zeta Tau Hlpha Rec-du Rosa- Von .-Xllmen .june Caunplmell 1-1lIlll'l'llIl'K-Ulllllll Nlury joe Reylon lfrznures Milclicll Ann Reucl llelly llzrrlve 0I"l"IfIl'lRS I ml-1'l"i'i': RICYNOIJIS . l'ra.rirlz'nl l"l'l'1 ANNIQ llolm l'i1'c-l'rf:.rirIunI M nu' Hl'1I,l'1N ll.XI.I-ZY . Sr'rn'lnr.v I'xrrur:m fi0l'l'Illll.l. . Trm.vurrr M ICMIEICRS SICNIURS Louise Scholl J UN IORS Nlildrvml Moore SOIWIOMORICS .Nun Moore l'l.lillCll'1S Beverly lluvis jesse Mare lferris Dolly Crugiu Ollie Lee Hayes Mswguerue Murslialll NlZllIl'l'!'ll I rx Ruberlal R ucli 4 llnrolhy 'l'lIs Vll'l1lllRZllllIPP llcflly Robins n S C.:u'olvu Xlury ll ,ou licglcr 188 Hlpha Chi Chapter Dulcy, Reynolds, Cottrell, Bohn Goman, M. Moore, Titsworth, Scholl, A, Moore Peyton, Rntchford, Robinson, Grugln, Taylor Fnrrls, Mitchell, Rmnbeuu, Mnrshnll, Hays Dners, Ziegler. Read Bogan, Ratchford, Reynolds, Presley, Abbett, Dempscl, Williams, Bell Fraysure, Ward, Hunt, McCown, Shropshire, Collins, Blanton, Smith Panhellenic Council PURPOSIQ The Wmnen's l':nl-llellcnim' Klmnlvil. wllivlx is unnpnsul ul Iwo I't'lJl'CSClllilllVL'S ul vnrln sorority un llw CZIIIIIHIN. is In lusler c'n-npwallinll nnml UIISCITQIIICK' ul' socinl rules :ind ln CllC0lIl'LlgC scllulnrsllip :Incl good-will :nnnng sul'0l'lly women. lfmxrzlfs lil-1l,l. . ANN AlSlSO'I"l' . . . SARA!! Bouiw . .'Xl.I'llA Dl'1l.'l'.-K l'l Peggy Ward Nancy jane Dempsey .'xl.I'I IA GAMMA DELTA limily Hunt Sm'uh Bogan IXLPHA XI DELTA Belly Fraysure Janet Collins l".fXCIlll,'I'Y ADVISITR .lane I lalselmlen Ul+'I"I'CliRS M Alu' MAu'rnA l'RI'ZSl .lcv M ICM ISICRS cilll f,lXlI-ICA Marie Louise McCown Doris Smith Ill1:l.'l'A lJl'1l,'l'A D1-1l.'l'A Mary Murlllzl Presley Nancy Sliropslxire 190 . . l'r'r'.x'irIc1il ilil'!f-PI'l?.Yidl'IIl . Sr'r:r'r:l1u'y . 'I'r1ra.mrcr liiwlux llmxm Ann Abbott liloisc XVilli:1ms K,xl'l-,ix Kixl'l'A GAMMA Frances Bcll Iilhcl Blanton Zum Tim ALPHA jezmelle Reynolds Rolmerla Rulchlord m4 Mappa Sigma Ol"l"lC2liRS .jon-1 fi.'xlumNlf:k . R. S. Bowicw . M ICM IHCRS M:lcI'1'cwill .loc Porlcl' 11.11. Hcllon Ryscrl Slivcrs Lynn Houston RZIYIIIUII Colton Williznns Franlks Helton, Keith, Bowen, Gardner Houston, Pruitt, Whitehead, Yellmant, Colton Porter, Franks, Wilson, Reynolds, Stlvers " Scott Yellman is a member of Phi Delta Theta. SlfI'l'l'lIll'j'- . I':'rr.x'irl4:1il "il'l'-I,l'1'.Yf!lIflll 'I 'n'fl.m:'r:1' Nick Shront ,tllmurl Reynolds Bill Wllilcllczui Martin Wilson 191 H Sigma: Chi was foilmled all MH ' ' ' . .1 uv.- .i.i.4,i.:. A A inni linnusnly in Ima. l..nnIxl.1 1..nnIxd:i, one of the l2l l . . . . Q national chapters, was installed on the Unnversny rnnpns X'I'n'ch 'Sl I'-W5 D A. Bll ol 5, nity calms while in L 1 the lluxu l lll IC und nl -'old :ure the frzner ' ' : ' ' - S' 'S ' 1 uni "The inaiguz' C ui' Sigma Chi" is the nznionnl pnhlicnlion. lm Alumni :nnong the iilllfllily are l'roI'. Francis Check. Di Pun XVI. I llannes lhmsl ie joseph C1m'ing.glon Sigma Chi l".XClIl,'l'Y .'XI1VlSl'lR L. Il. Plnlhps M ICM ISICRS I lailpin O'ReiIey I lnekell .jesse Mcllnne. jr. iliilUlllilS R. Moseley l'I.l'1lKGl'1S Dirk Y0llIlj.fCl'IlliIll lfreml Ferris. lr. Huh Og Thomals ASIJIII 'clcn li:n'dne1' K. Cmnhs 'y Daniel B. Pope George Wihnol Singleton Yenry Ray li. Murphy C.. lxn -julilzs I lnun ll ui las OFFICE!-IRS ,An-in Comms . . I'r1:virIr'ul IXOISICRT XVIIl'l'I.lCY . . l'ir'1r-l'n'.virlf'i1l '1'. CIol.I,lc'l"l' . . Sf'rr1'lnry ROISICICI' xVIIl'l'I.I'ZY . 'l'rcu.vimr1' 192 '. 'sl, :incl Dr. C. D. Philiips. ,.. N illlzun IS. Slurgill john Hughes Yuung Ri4'il2lI'lI Heal Rnberl Krelselnnel' Williznn Arnspzn'gcr Donald Horton Gene Marlowe Lambda Lambda Chapter Whitley, Combs, Covington, Collett Moseley, Bostic, McCune, Young Murphy, Horton, Ferris, Sturglll Willmott, Youngermnn, Ogden 17W i A I Sillnnun, Jones, Tinglc. Hopkins, Embry Howe. Gardner. Fortncy. Stough, Shannon Rogers, Bccbe, Park, Durham Phi Delia iheia l'hi Della 'l'lieta fraternity was founded at Miaini University. Miami, Ohio, in l8i8. lien- Illfkj' lipsilon, one of the one hundred and five national chapters, was installed on the Univer- sity CLIIDIHIS in IEIOI. Azure and argent are the fraternity colors: white Carnation is the flower. ALUMNUS ADVISER john I.. Davis OFFICICRS Blu. liiuuiu' . . . . . . . Prcsiclenl Iluon Simmxox . l'ire-l'r'esizlciil jonN HlJl'lilNS . . Sccrclary Cll,xlu.l-is -IUNIES . .... TI'l'llSlll'0I' MEMBERS ja:-I4 Tingle Morris Beehe Harold Park Billy Siliilnan jim Durham Fielding Rogers, jr Charles Gardner julian Fortncy johnny Slough PLEDGIZS Leslie Avis Bob Guliy A. B. Duncan Dick Pygrett 194 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma I'hi lipsilon was founcletl at the University ol' Richmond in 1909. Kentucky Alpha. one ol' the seventy-four national chapters. was installecl on the University campus in l932. The colors of this fraternity are royal purple and hlood red: the American heauty rose and lhc purple violet are the flowers. CURNI-1l.I. CLARKIE . llotit:i..'t:s BllMS'I'l'1ll . li. Ki-irrn xVIIl'I'l'I, ja. Rohert W. Arnolil litlwartl Allen Harrison llailey, ji. -loc Ilenncwitz William M. Drake IlutltlyGwilli1n OFFICICRS MEMBERS Walter li. Hines, All Glenn Hunt yl. Calhhaun jones R. K. Keith Mac Kenney Noel McDonald 0. C. Quiery .S'1fCl'1fl11 ry . . l'r'1'.rizlcnI Vivre-l'rr.rirlr'HI - Trr-u.x'in'1'r Clay Salyer Harrison Smith Charles Taylor Dickie XValker Clinton -I. Wells -linnny Woocl l'l,lEDCllS Lindsey Conner Hugh Manning Wells, Bumstcd, Clark. Whltc, Bailey, Tipton Willm,-Cox Waller Meade Allan, Keith, Willey, Bennewltz, Hines. Taylor prince Hqrrm C1,dc.l.in Salyer, McDonald. Gwlllum. Drake, C. Taylor, Smith 1 ' 'Y VI 0" Wood, Connor, Hunt, Kenney, Walker, Arnold Dllfk LOWC llllllll N IlCOX 195 Triangle ,l'l'i1lIlglC was fonncled :il llle- University ol' Illinois in IUO7. Kentucky l'lI1lIJlCl'. one ol the . lrl nulionnl elinplers. was insnillecl on Llxe University eznnpns Oelolmer 30, IUZO. Lrziy zinml old rose are llie fl'lllCl'lIIly colors. Alninni :nnong the l':u:nlly are li. ll. lfz1ri'is und A. l.. Ciliznnlmers. l"ACZlll.'l'Y ADVISICR A.l..C1li:nnImei's OI"l"ICZl'ZRS Giaoiuaii, R. 'l'llILNI'.R, ju. . . . . . I'r1'.viflr Ui-Qoiuaia O. Af,lI.l.IiR . . l'ir'r-l'r1'.sirI1'iil .jmiiis li. Moiciamlix . . . Sr'r'w'lni'y llolioms W. Cox . . . . . 7.l'!'Il.YlIl'I'I' Nll'1MBlCRS ilolin M. Czislnnnn Iiclwzml l.. lilcler Cerzilcl Napier l'1zn'l ll. Clornellc Alex 'l'. Payton l'I,l'1lJtilCS 15125222rijsggzfafaE3siixr5f1rngg's1?x?12in:LLc l"r:nik S. lirowning Clizirles Fox Billy Gains Fox, bavis, Sfephens' Williann Davis -loc Stephens i 196 Churney. A. M. Schnieder. Lawrence Schneider Zeia Baia lau lfounded :tt the College of the City of New York in IRSJH. Alpha lotzt. one of thirty-four chapters, was established on the University of Kentucky czunpus December 3. 1912. The colors are hltte :uid white. the flower is the spring hezutty. :utd the puhlic':ttions :ure Zrln Ifwlzl 'I'1lu fglIIll'fI'l'f'X' und l,'llI'IlffIHl Nz'1t'.t'. OFlilCl'IRS MARVIN l.tttlt1 Cttukxt-it' . . . . . l're.virlm1t Attxorn M, Srrttxtctnt-:tt . . . "'fl'l'-Pl'1'.Yf1ft'llI l..-twtu-ixrzt-i W. Settxttltntatt Srrr1'lur.v-'I'rms:m'r M ICM IHQRS Marvin Lee Churney .Xrnold M. Strhneider l.:twrenc'e W. Schneider Calendar. APRIL i944 I,illl1' lmlzivs lmw' no lmir, Ulf! mr'u's lwnrls nw' juxl ns lmre. llz'lu'r'r'u lln' rrmllz' mul llu' gram' 'l'ln'r4' li1'.r rt flllfl'I'lll mul Il .t'lm1fr'. With April bringing its quota of showers. it's titne for the zutnuatl lmth und haircut in Kentucky .... April l"ool's Duy . . . which reminds tts tlutt at fool stud his money are soon prtrlirrl :tt the University .... Spring has oiliciatlly arrived, hut sttow und cold per- sist . . . time und at hull' for overtime .... liztrt Peak eelehrzttes his 23rd year :ts YMCA secretatry .... Mortau' Board tapped lf! new tnemhers .... Virginian llztskett zutd Churleen Burris elected to head YWCA. . . . Norman Chrismztn :uid Meri llztker tied l'or YM president .... Chrismztn resigned to luke post ol' viee- president with the cousolzttion that Iluker's night life would soon cinch up with him .... SGA eautdidzttes 197 hegin caunpztigus. , . . l.iter:u:y test required of voters :uul few votes cast. lltefore election, Chrismztn und linker. limhry und lirskine .... After election. limhry :uid lirskiue .... Dezut Holmes selected stztte mothet of Kentucky ..... All smart freshmen make Alphu Lzunhdat Delta: .... Genius Mztrthzt Mzuut matde presi- t dent .... I7 AS'l'l' men grztdttaue and others leztve on furlough . . . fewer howls l'or at week .... Helen Hatr- rison receives Danforth Fellowship .... llirds tut- nottnce that spring is here . . . lovers verify it hy lottnging on cztmpus. Students get spring fever :ts well :ts lovesittkness. Calendar AAAY l944 lllrtv has l'UlIIl', llu' lIo1tt1'rs lmw' ri:. Sunni Inu g'UlIl', xo il ix. The lrirllx is on llu' wing, Hunt nin'l Ilml ftbsurrl. I lltought ilu' znirtgs' aiu: on Ihr' bird. May has brought an end to cold days, we hope. editors of' tlte "l5 Kvian and Kernel respectively- ' , . Wrong again. Derby Day blew in witlt a chilly wind. and snow was rumored. 'I'wo days later it was no lottger a rttmor. 'l'lte girls in jewell hall are still getting their daily exercise with a knitting needle .... Airplanes ltave started flying low over jewell ltall. Might be because some of' the girls are riskittg a cold by talking sun-baths on the roof' .... Mortar Board women were seen in the Botanical gardens at 6 a. nt Sttnday morning. 'I'ltr'v .my tPP?Pl it was initiation. . . . llupre and Vandenbosch argtte at Y meeting-where was D. O.P . . . Seventy-live deans attend conference at University .... Leadership retreat at Camp Fas homa-an attetnpt to short-sheet Dean Chamberlain failed .... june Baker and janet Iidwards were elected JUN politics .... Burke calls litnbry dictator bttt is defied by Independent party-no blows passed .... YM-YM retreat at Clamp Fahoma-Dean Holmes present until Ill p. tn.. and members :ICI as angels-Dean Holmes l departs and war is dcclared-firecrackers. tear gas, tvitllfl' and cracker crumbs-no holds barred-girls re- treat-Anne Biggcrstall, Martha Mann, Anne Bronston appear in pjs .... lirskine gets engaged and is re- placed by Betty Ann Cinocchio as SGA vice-president. . . . Dream Kernel appears. l.et's hope they have information as to what tlte University will be like in '-I5 ..,. Spring fever and love are more pronounced as the days grow warmer and exams grow closer .... E l944 luur' has linnllv 1ll'I'l'lll4!l, lful still llu' lmrslt zviurl blows on. 'I'lto.w' gals who tlmtnnrl Ilteir lmtlring suits, Will lmm' lu put smm' clollua' ou. june brings in a heat wave-armed services are getting in the weather now .... lixams catne and some passed-others liked so well they stttck around. . . , Dr. Eisenhower delivered the Commencement ad- dress and 2-I8 seniors were paroled to see what the world had to ofI'er them .... School out-cells etnptied. Groan! Hot weather and summer school. . . . Helen Harrison and jimmy Saunders awarded medallions ..., l05 in the shade . . . profs hot and assignments still hotter .... l'lttmmer's class ol' coeds too late-Lt. Col. Bazel Baker gets hitched while their pretty heads are temporarily tttrned toward the lake. . . . Pretty shorts filled with girls appear on tennis courts-soon boys appear-soon both disappear and cokes are shoved over grill cottnters .... Music thief' breaks into tnttsic department .... Convocation- ntany went antl others enjoyed themselves-at the grill .... Radio studios get pertnit .... B.S.ll. picnic- trttck rented to hattl junk as the Social Chairman knew O.l'.A. rttling against using trucks to haul people. , . . Briggs appointed director ol' Guignol .... Frances jinkins and Bill Nickoll get tnat'ried .... Catherine Rigsby catches a tnan ....' l'he weather gets so hot that stttdents find it impossible to stttdy-bttt as ttsual the profs show tto mercy. JULY l944 New F'l'1'.YlIIIll'll are olmy, llul oh! the qmfslimts tiny by rlny, UI Iltingx llujv utixlt lo know the why uf, I' ?" I.ilu' "hurl, mlm! dill lltw Dwnrl Sea 111' of The second half' of the year came in with july .... jttly was so very hot, and skirts so short that little Midsttmtner could not hide behind his tnother's petti- coats and had to come ottt into the open .... Students get lazier and grades go down .... Dr. Sacher speaks at convocation ..,. YM-YWCA sponsors a Fourth ol' jttly picnic at Clay's lferry-no chaperon and lots off fun. On the way ottt Margaret Skinner was requested to stop rocking the truck .... lfirst term exams slipped up on stttdents and tnany stttdents slipped up also .... 'l'he jewell Hall rool' dance followed the opening ol' tlte second term. Boys finally found their way to the roof, alter getting lost on every floor .... Dr. Bigge gets involved in a revolution in South America .... Geography department organized .... Miss Mackie Rasdall appointed director of the llnion .... Students looking forward to the cool nights ol' August. A U G U S T 1 9 4 4 .S'1n'ing is .YlH'IIlI!.f, Full is lull. .-lugusl is ltcrc, .-lnrl il'.r holler llmn usual. lt's still hot and dry-esperially the professors .... Dr. Koppius urges students to go to Sunday school and study physics later .... l'lutnmer is still getting away with tnurder-his corny jokes have given him the ttalne ol' Mailie. 'l'hey say lte gives an extra quality point l'or every laugh. One of the boys popped up with a bad case ol' laryngitis and lailed .... Col. Chipman replaces Col. Brewer ....' l'his time the truck for the ll.S.ll. hayride was rented to haul hay- I'ull moon-tnale chaperon covered with lipstick .... More soldiers on the catnpus and girls scratching and pulling hair for the best one .... llr. Ward appointed in charge ol' the dorms and has them redecorated .... Dr. llupre resigns l'rom history department to head WSSF in New York .... Scavenger lutnt-Martha Mann went to a tninister's house to get a whiskey bottle. Margaret Skinner frightened tlltl ol' lllllillllllll gardens again ..., Love becomes less pronounced with the cooler nights of l'all .... lixams bring an end lo sntntner school and a tttnnber ol' students. SEPTEMBER l944 'l'l1irl'v llll-VA' lmlh S4'flft'lIl1Il'l', uljfril. flllllf and Nou'muIf'r,' .'lll lllc rcs! lmm' jzcnnul lnlllm' lC.vr'r'f1l grzmrlnm, rrnfl .vltc riflrfx rr lricvr'lr'. Leaves start falling in the autumn breezes. 'l'he tnost beautiful tnonth ol' the year when leaves ol' all colors can be seen and thc air seetns so pleasant, cold nigltts attd wartn days .... l'erl'ect weathet' for love. . . . School starts and U. ol' K. is invaded by green l'reshmen .... Some ol' them are definitely Cttle and better still dtttnb enough to date the upperclassmen. 'l'hey soon learned that college was not all play atul no work. Freshmen were heckled when they looked at the signs marking the buildings on the campus and said that evet'ybody buried on this catnptts was natued HALL .... Kentucky wins the opening football game. . . . September 2SlrKentucky slated to ntattl the Vols. . . . September 30-the Vols did the tnauling .... lly the end ol' September new students knew sotnething about the University. they had been exposed to exatns and physicals, Intl they had been entertained by the excellent l"reshman week program sponsored hy the YM-YWCA, S.ll.ll., S.C.A.. ll.S.ll. and other groups. 'l'ltey had seen the Wildcats play and had heard inter- elting convocations hy Dean Holmes and Dean jones. . . . As always is the case. love was centered in l'at hall lottttge. 'l'he freshmen boys seetned to be doing the tnost. but upperclassmen were l'ound in I'att as well as l'reshtnen in jewell. . . OCTOB E R l 944 Ocluluw' brings ilx cooler rluyx, .-Intl iuolvrav lufgfn their culling: liurh 1'm'rl'.v lzcrzrl Izcalx fa.tl1'r 'Cause girls lilta lca1f1'.v nrt' falling. Fall has surely arrived .... Margaret Kash from Florida was getting intpatient l'or snow .... Ken- tttckian pictures were made .... 'l'he camera had several strains, but really took a heating when Serini came in ..,. Sorority hid day . . . I5-l beautiful QPPPPJ coeds were pledged .... First pep rally .... Nobody laughed at Kirwan's joke abottt Haas' reading the Bible .... lflash! Coeds move into l'rat house and Dean Holtnes knows it too fdon't tell anybody, but the tnen had moved outj .... Michigan beats tts 2-0. . . . YWCA begins its tnembership drive with the slogan "Cirls, pay your dollar and become a member ol' the YWCA.". . . Ceorgia tvins .... S.C.A. sponsors War Chest drive .... 'l'he 'Cats defeated VMI .... Ruth lloyd gets tnarried .... Dorothy Collins becomes YWCA secretary to replace Rosalie Oakes who is on leave ol' absence .... Culbertson speaks at convoca- tion .... l-'all Retreat .... lillen O'Bannou had tnore on her tnind than business ..... Another ll.S.lI. hayride .... Chaperon Libby McNeal comes home and leaves Anne liiggerstall' and Merl Baker in charge ..., Croup gets lost . . . Wheeecee . . .Bigger- Calendar stall' chaperones Ilaker. . . , Students decide llllll football team is slill okay-it did NOVEMBER i944 Oh, wllv, ull Tllllll' rlirl ,-ll Cnjzp .ifllfl 'I'hi.v Srulir' l'Irm1lri11.v ljllff 'l'l11' gals' mmf' rlraggirlg' buff: u srrfmlnv lrul, "You .vlmnlrI'zr .www llu' nm' llml go! lI7llIIlY.M Winter nrrives. livervbody is tullsing about the to he included in Who's Who .... Bill Slurgill Olllf lliiilllly 1'1111t0sl 111111 Sadie lAl11wki11s week .--. Kun- lnlks nr. slierwlmd in eluss .... Nl.:u'vbelle Culvert. lllfklilll illlllflllmicg mill' l'Ui'l'lllll'l???? mllicslilllls ---- :lnnounlies lhnl the student diretlories :Ire linzlllv ont. All lhe t'0lllCSl2llllS were l5Clllllll'lll. but Doris Nllllillllly . ' l Huh Caddy is 'cud in Jlmim. Mm lh.. -cms hem won .... Some ol' the girls reully thzlsell the bovs during 8.1-I. week-more than llSll1ll .... liven Bill l'illllll'y und llill Slnrgill had dnles .... Mnnv ol' the girls were loo lnodesl lo Lusk lor dzues lllll none ol' lhe boys were loo modest lo nffepl .... .lainie Kinglon is chosen Daisy Male lor lhe dance :ind Dr. Herbie Pulton C'1lpllll'CS the l.i'l Abner lille .... Brewster Phelps draws up S.ti.A. budget :ind lhe Assembly West Virginian .... Dlx Ward enforces dorm rules und nulkes lheni an sale place to live in .... l':lnhcl- leuic banquet .... hull loom crowded with beauties fhow does than word ulwztys get in herePi .... livu Singleton slill drzlws whistles from boys. janet l".tl- wurds :ind -lnne linker loss coin lor presidency ol' 'l'llClll slglllll .... linker hats ll two-headed coin .... passes it in 1 ,ni,,mc5-pm yea, il wok ,I months ,'.. Slutlenls think seriously ol' meaning ol' 'l'l1lll1li5j.flVlllg'. lileclion day rolls an-mind :ind disappointed laces dec- . . . Nle111o1'iz1l Hull was Cl'0WilCll lor convolrzllion when nrale the tfznnpns .... Dlllllltl Vzln Horn slill raving Dr. Polling' spoke .... llniversilv students ure not about married lil'e .... l-l girls :ind 2 bovs :ire chosen ull bald. DECEMBER i944 ll 1l'lI.Y Ihr' nigh! l1r'for1' IIln'i.vlnln.v, flurl rrll lllfllllgll Ihr' lmu.w', No! II l'l'l'Ilfll7't! zvus xlirriug. Snnln has l1c'z'n rlmflwrl. liveryhody begins lo think ol' snow :ind Clll'lSllIl2lS. York .... Sororilies give open house in honor ol' Gills Slill lllflllll-E Wllll lhv 'NWS illlfl S-l"f.l'lfl"l1l is menPP?P? on czunpus. Norman Cluismznl :md Don l,:lil slill 'riding her lmiicvcile. . . Z Independents win S-.C.i.A. get new Pcnmmcms .UII Gene Whifkcl. pcmmmcs election .... Seruu receives lllllllllllll recognition, santa M ILSIUI Party. . ' ' All boys get Hlmickcd' even never seen without his Illue und fiflly jacket .... V 1 , , ' Sauuzi. . . . 5llltlClllS begin to write term papers. lose il couple ol' gtnnes. . . Bnskelbzlll season opens. C"i'm"'l"l-l fm' Cxillm is hcl-film - ' - Mmlllc Dmkc 'iron' , . 1 'gms ,ul hm ' ' ' wi,,,,i,,g cw,-y gnlm. nbmll .Ip Florida has lirst snowball light .... Some sludents points. Suliv :ind lClllll plain lo spend Xnuls in New snowbonnd but ull linztlly get holne. Merry Clll'lNlIll1lS. JAN UARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH i945 'l'he winter quarter wus dull und so wus Violelte's mind about this llllltl. Calendar Page Index CLASSICS-29 Religious ................. ,1llIli0I'S -. --.- 51-61 Baptist Student Union 50111016 - - - ---- 31150 Cosmopolitan ...... . . . . 1111f1C1'C141SN - - -'-- 65379 Dutch Lunch Club . . .. x YR Q I Freshman Club ...... 17111 T1 11- -' 7 Hillel ............. l1cn:111i V ""' "' 1nterI'aith ...... 11'u"m C1 " "' 01, Newman Club ... Effie" gg Pitkin qmmx """' "' E0 Phalanx .. Runners up ... . 251 snaps "" "" Dance I I . l I H- 03 Y Upperttlass ... Kniwhl og YM. Cabinet ,, ..... ..... - gnupg -...l H 2.1.27 YN' Cabinet GRICITKS-1751 Music Alpha Delta l'i ,.... . ... 1741-75 115"1'1' ""' Alpha Cantina Delta . . . . . . 176-77 f'110"'S1C"5 ' ' ' ' ' 0 Alpha Xi Delta .... . Chi Omega ....... Delta Delta Della 178-79 180-81 182-851 Kappa Delta .......... 18-1-85 Kappa Kappa Cantina ... . . . 186-87 Zeta 'I'au Alpha .... 188-89 1'anhe11enit: ...... Kappa Sienna Sigma Chi ....... 1'hi Delta 'l'heta .... Sigma I'hi Epsilon .... Triangle ........... Zeta 11eta '1'au ....... RCANIZATIONS-101 General Alpha Chi Sigma Art Club ........ 11acterio1ogy . . . lingineer .... lnclepentlents . Outing Club Secretarial .... Tau Sigma .... Veterans .... COVCI'1ll1lCl1l ........ . . . 5111410111 GOVCl'l1l'I1CI1l A sscm 1 il y ......... Otliccrs ........... President ............. Student Union Tioarcl Agriculture .......... Hamilton House Home Economics 1'hi llpsilon 0Il11KTl'0ll Shelby 1-louse ...... llniversity -I-H Club 190 191 ... 192-951 19-1 195 196 197 106 102 108 .. 10-1-5 .. 106 1051 107 110 109 ..111 1151 112 112 11-1 115 117 118 119 116 120 Clec Club ....... On. On. U. ol' K. 1'hi 11eta ......... 1'nb1ic'ations ........ .. 121 ..1f12 ..1310 .. 126 .. 125 .. 151-I .. 128 .. 15151 .. 129 .. 1511 .. 127 .. 121 .. 1251 122 ..1F17 1519 .. 1518 1-10 136 1-11 Kentuckian ........ 1-15-1-I8 Kentucky Engineer .. ....... 1119 Kernel ............ 112-1-1-1 '1'heta Sigma Phi ... .... 150 Honoraries .............. .... 1 51 Alpha 1111111111131 Delta .... .... 1 55 Chi Delta 1'hi ......... .... 1 56 Cwens ......... . . 15-1 Mortar 11oart1 . . . . 1551 Who's Who ,. 152 D0l'I1l110l'1' . . , . 157 11oyt1 ..... . . 159 Council ... .. 162 llewell ...... .. 158 1'at Hall .... .. 160 llcsitlences . . . . 161 Snaps ..... .. 1651 Military ... 16-I-65 l1al1 ...... . . 16-1 Contpany . . . . . . 168 K-llets .. 171-72 Ollicers . . . . 167 Rifle ........ . . 170 X'l'1-11,1i'I'1C8-80-81 SuKy ........... .... 8 2 Football ... . 811-91 W.A.A. 92 11as1aetball ..... . 951-98 In Melnoriant . .. .. 99 PEHSUHHL INDEX Abello, Natalla, 13th Street, Panama ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32 Abbett, Ann P., 222 Sterrett, Covington ,.... ...,.,.,...,.,,,,.,,, 52, 184 Abraham, Edwlna Ladolph, 171 N. Ashland Ave ..,.. 52, 82, 146 Ackerman. Hortense, 1593A Quarrler Street ,...,..,,,..,.,,,,,, 174-75 Adalr, Betty Bane, 728 Arlington Avenue, Brlstol, Va. ...,........,..,..,..,.,...,................,...,,,.,..,,,. .,,, 5 2, 136, 176 Adams, Irene Blair, Columbia .................,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Adams, Nancy Jane, 201 Chenault Rd., Lexington.. 30, 82, 119 Akers. Joan, B30 Flfth Street. Carrollton ....,..,,,...,,,........ 30, Allen, Barbara Janet, 417 Cllfton Avenue, Lexington ........ 154 30 Allen, Betty Anne, 461 Woodland Avenue, Lexington .... Allen, Martha Jane, 417 Clifton Avenue. Lexington .... Allen, Rozella, Route 1, Henderson, ...,1, ..,....,....,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 136 , 174 30, 178 30 Allin. Edward Wiley, 349 Clifton, Lexington ...,...,.....,............ 195 Allison, I-larrlette Foreman, RR No, 1, Maysvllle ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,. 30 Allison, Ruby Whitney, Columbla.. ,,,.,.,........ - ...,..,......l 30. 108 Alsobrook, Elizabeth Jane, 43 N. E. 53rd Street ,,,,,.,,.,..,..... 174 Blnzel, Betty Fay, 1536 Nashville Road, C Alverson, Mary Elizabeth, 1546 Cypress St., Paris ...... 52, 186 Ammerman, Eloise W.. Maln St., Box 205, Parls ..,....... 30, 178 Amos, Betty Anne, Franklin, Tenn .....................,......... ,........ 1 76 Anderson, Ann English, Mt. Sterling ...,..... ............,, 5 2 Anderson, Margaret Jean, Earle, Ark ......., ........ 5 2, 182 Anthony, Ruth, 1302 E. Maln Street, New Albany, Ind ...............................................,....... 52, 119, 122 Armstrong, Alice Kathryn, Stevenson, Ala ........................... 174 Arnold, Helen Raymond, 506 Maple Ave., Falmouth .... 52, 176 Arnold, Robert Wllferd, 113 E. Broadway, Bardstown ...,.. 195 Ashcralt, Earl Franklin. 524 Elizabeth St., Irvine ..,... 30, 113 Ayers, Janice Ann, 3329 Sylvanhunt Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio .....,.,,.,..,..,,.........,,,, ..,.. 52, 186 Babb, Vlrglnla Louise, 518 Alabama Street, Bristol, Tenn. ...,,........,,,...,....,., ...,...,.,,........., ,.,............ 5 2 , 176 Bach, Mary Eleanor, Jackson ................,,.,.. ,..... 3 1, 148, 178 Balley, Anne-Somers, Roanoke, Va ............. ............ 3 1, 174 Bailey, Joseph Harrison, 421 Wlmbleton, Blrmlngham, Mich. .................................. ,...... 1 47, 195 Baker, Flora, 235 W. Main, Richmond ...........................,.......... 186 Baker. June, Butler Road, Hopkinsville 31, 132, 145, 150, 152, 153 Baker, Lilly Maude, 443 Oldham Ave., Lexington.. 52, 147, 174 Baker. Mary Catherine, Walnut, Hazard ....,........................... 31 Baker. Merl, Butler Road, Hopklnsvllle 31, 104, 113, 123, 128, 131, 132, 146, 152 Ball, Ruth Audrey, Maln Street, Buffalo .........,........................ 52 Ballard, Roy Lee, R.F.D. 5, Lexington .....,..............................,. 31 Balzola, Huguette, Napales 30, Mexico D.F., Mexico 31, 122, 152, 153 Banahan, James Ecklund, 712 Sunset Dr., Lexington.. 123, 131 Barnes, Betty Jane, 403 N. Thlrd Street, Central City ........ 31 Barnes, Betty Marguerite, Wllllamstown ...............,........ 52, 170 Barnett, Elizabeth Jane, 537 E. Broadway, Madisonville .... 176 Barnett, Joan, Box 74, Rockfort, W. Va ................................. 178 Barren, Ann, 300 Holiday Road, Lexington ........... ..... 5 2, 180 Bary, Edward A., 231 Center St., Bellevue .................... 52, 123 Baskett, Vlrglnla Stuart, 1025 S. Lincoln, Casper, Wyo. ........................................., 31, 122, 152, 153, 182 Bassett, Clifton Hugh, Ridgewood, N. J ...,............................. 104 Batten, Othella Mae, Sycamore Street, Pikeville ........ 52, 174 Bean, Ollle Marie, R.F.D. 1, Winchester ................................ 31 Beckwith. George Edwin, Danville Road, Harrodsburg ...... 143 Beebe, Morrls Wilson, Jr., 256 S. Lime, Lexington ............ 194 Bell, Frances Vaiden, "Treehaven," Franklin Road, Nashville, Tenn. ...............,....,............................... 32, 184, 190 Benavldes, Marla del Carmen, San Jose, Costa Rlca .,,....... 32 Bennett, Eleanor Ann, 240 Oak Street, Butler, Pa ............. 176 Bennewltz, Joe, Maln Street, Greenville ........................ 52. 195 Bernard, Virginia Dare, Albany .................................................. 117 Berryman, Imogene Nelson, R.F.D. 1, Winchester .............. 52 Bertram, Helen Catherine, Vanceburg ............................ 32,174 Blggerstaff, Anne Kathryn, 320 Woodland Avenue, Lexington ......................................,................. 108, 122, 132, 147 Blnzcl, Beatrice Loulse, 1536 Nashville Road. Bowling Green ...... ,...,.......................,.... ........................ 5 2, 82 Bowling Green .,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,......,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.., 52, 82 Birdwell, Anne, 328 South Birchwood, Louisville ......,......... 174 Black, Susan, R.F.D. 1, Frankfort ..........,................................. 180 Blackford. Mae Kathryn, Calhoun. ,..............., ........,............... 1 17 Blackford, Willie Lee. 105 Morrison Avenue, Wilmore ....,... 52 Blake, Laura Jeane, Court Street, Jackson .,.,........ 32, 136, 178 Blank, Vlrglnla, E. Seventh Ave., Delray Beach, Fla... 52, 174 Blankenship, Lorene Wllkey, Dixon .................................. 32, 119 Blanton, Ethel Watts, 426 Breck Ave., Richmond.. 52, 186, 190 Bogan, Sarah Smith, S. Maln Street, Franklin .... 32. 176, 190 Bohn, Bette Anne, 4313 Arlington, Ft. Wayne, Ind ,..,..,.... 188 Bonney, Patsy Marie, 607 Main Street, Madisonville .......... 174 Bostic, James, 230 Rand Avenue. Lexington ..........,..... 132, 192 Bowen, Reginald Stephen, 204 Hillcrest Street, Elizabethtown ...................................................,...,............ 53, 191 Bowers, Janice Loulse, 2093 Dixie Highway, Covington .... 180 Bowman, Mary Ann, 1801 Casselberry Road, Loulsvllle .... 186 Bradford, Ruth Thompson. 362 Transylvania Park, Lexington .............,.,.,,,..,....,.,......,,,.,,,,,,.,....,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 32, 136, 184 Bradford, Sue Ann, 362 Transylvania Park, Lexington ...... 155 Brauer, Betty Ann, 1020 Cooper Drive, Lexington 53, 82, 113, 119, 184 Bridgeman, Irene, Wheelwrlght. .......,...........,,........,,,................... 32 Broaddus, Elizabeth Bland, 3345 Brownsboro Road. Louisville .........,.....,...,........................................................ 154, 182 Bronston, Anne Jamle, 729 S. Lime, Lexington .... 53, 108, 122 Brown, Maude Elizabeth, Lexington ,......................................... 32 Brown, Ewing McGavock, 241 S. Hanover, Lexington .,., 53, 186 Brown, James E. Jr., 123 Woodland Avenue, Lexington .... 106 Brown, Matilda Katherine, Bloomtleld ...................................... 117 Brown, Virginia Lou, Box 801. Hazard ....... ....,,........... 5 3 Browning, Bernice Bird, Williamsburg ............. ........ 3 2, 174 Bruce, Leslie Catherine. Stearns ...........,.....,........ ,,.........,.. 5 3, 182 Brydon, Martha Lou, 312 Farren, Earllngton ........,.............. 178 Bucher, Betty Ann, 724 Bullock Place, Lexington ........ .... 1 74 Buckler, William Earl, Lorettl ...,..,........ . ,.....,.... ..., ,...... .,............ 1 1 3 Buell, Norma Lovetta, Cumberland ............................................ 53 Bnmsted, Henry D. C., Winchester ........................ 104, 123, 131 Bunnlng, Ruth, S. Walnut Street, Hopkinsville .................. 33 Buntln, Anne Evans, 315 Sycamore Street, Carlisle .......... 178 Bureau. Josephine Jeanne, 201 State Street. Lexington ............................................ 53, 82, 90, 113, 122, 123 Burke, DeWitt Oatley, 208 E. Maln Street. Lebanon ............................................................ 33. 123, 128 131 Burnett, Patricia Ann, 202 Westwood Court, Lexington ............................. ,.,.....,...................... ...... 1 4 3 178 Burris, Bessie Clark. R.F.D. 3. Paris ,...,.... ..........................-- 3 3 Burrls, Charleen, R.F.D. 3, Paris 33, 82. 113, 119, 122, 152, 153 Burton, Marjorie, Monticello ........................... .......................... 1 80 Buster, Jimmy Noel, Jamestown ....,...,...... ........ 5 3,113 Calllson, Kathryn Jane, Glouster Avenue, Mlddlesboro .... 174 Calvert, Marybelle, 311 Market, Maysvllle .,,......... 53, 113, 182 Campbell, Marcella, 122 Baker Hlll, Hazard ...........,............., 53 Campbell, Margaret Jane, 440 Cherry St., Russellville ...... 116 Campbell, Wllllam Garth, 1610 S. Limestone, Lexington ..., 33 Canada, Wilma Jeanne,'.117 W. Fifth Avenue, Wllllamson, W. Va ................,...,...................................... 53, 174 Cann, Norlne, Fed ...........................,...,.............................................. 53 Cannon, Margaret Emlly, Plant Industry Statlon, Beltsville, Md. ......................................................................1..... 53 Capen, Betty Sue, 540 North Seventh, Donna, Texas ...,......,. 33 Carey, Mary Elizabeth, 205 West Market, Savannah, Mo... 180 Carmichael, Shirley Loulse, 1047 Hallem Blvd., Rockford, Ill. ......................................,,...................................... 174 Carnes, Mable, Highlands, Pineville ........... ..... - ............... 3 3, 178 Carnes, Mildred, Highlands, Plnevllle ...................... 33, 108, 178 Carroll, Betty Crutcher, Shepherdsville ....... - ................. 33, 182 Cart, Juanita Gene, 119 S. Flfth Street, Delavan, Wls ....... 176 Caruthers, Betty Sue, 619 Columbla Avenue, Lexlngtonm. 53 Cash, Ada Margaret, 1821'S. W. Fourth Avenue, Lauderdale, Fla. ........................................................................ 170 Cashman, John Marvin, Hurdlnsburg. .................................,.. 123 Cason, R. Joyce, 125 N. Walnut Street, Cynthlana ......,. 53, 184 Fleld, Betty Christopher, Versailles .................................,.. 55, Caywood, Gertrude Washburn, 238 Irvine Rd., Lexington.. 174 Champe, Margaret Blaine, Fort Hlll Drlve. Charleston, W. Va ............,...,.,.,..........................,.,.,............Y..A. Cherry, Myra Nell, R.F.D, 3, Hopklnsvllle ..........,,.,.......... 33. 117 Chrlsman, Norman Aubra, Jr., P'lkcvllle 34, 105, 113, 123, 128, 131, 152 Churchill, Kltty Campbell, Nlcholasvllle .......,....,........,..A. 53, 180 Churney, Marvin L., 1382 Overbacker, Louisville.. 34, 113, 197 Clardy, Betty Florence, 1416 Cochran Rd., Lexington.. 53, 180 Clark, Charlotte Vlrglnla, 300V2 N. Chestnut, Seymour, Ind. .....,......,.............................,................................. 178 Clarke, Mary Fox, 404 Rlvervlew Terrace, Maysville .... 53, 182 Clarke, Cornell C., P. 0. Box 888, Sacono, 186 N. Mex. ..................................,......................... 123, 131, 146, 195 Clarkson, Alma, R.F.D. 3, Maysvllle ........................ 34, 176, 182 Clayton, Molly Harp, R.F.D. 1, Paris ......... ............. 3 4, 82 Coburn, Helen Marie, Garrett ........................... ................ 3 4 Cohen, Miriam Belle, 1280 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y ...............................,...,.............. ...... 5 3, 90 Coll, Kate, 218 Union Street, Madisonville .......... .............. 1 84 Colllns, Janet Ewing, 204 Woodspolnt Road, Lexington .................................. ........,......................... 5 3, 178, 190 Combs, Cleon Kilmer, 206 Maple Avenue, Prestonburg ...... 192 Conant. Edith, 319 Lexington Avenue, Lexington ........ 34, 180 Conley, Allce Ward, Palntsvllle ..............................................,..... 34 Conner, Lindsey Shelton, 109 Woodland Avenue, Lexington ................,................................................................... Cook, Ellen Owsley, 104 E. Lexington St., Danville ...... 34, 180 Cook, Lillian Georgette Frances, Washington, D. C ........... 34 Cornette, Earl Bennet, Jr., 1103 Broad St., Central City.. 196 Cottlngham, Hazel Marie, 617 N. Main, Henderson .... 34. 182 Cottrell, Mary Patricia, Chicago, Ill .................... - ........... 35. 188 Covlngton, Joseph C., 1027 Broadway, Bowling Green.. 53, 192 Cowgill, Anne Loulse, 344 Kingsway Dr., Lexington .... 35, 176 Crabb, Jean Shirley. Rowletts ............................ 53. 92. 122. 148 Crapster, Elizabeth Tebbs, Calloway, Winchester 54, 82, 113, 114, 144, 186 Crawford, Edna Florence, 139 State Street, Lexington ...... 143 Crawford, Mary Elizabeth, 139 State St., Lexington .... 35, 147 Crawford, Mildred Adeline, 139 State St., Lexington .... 35, 147 Creech, Rosalie, Pine Mountain .......................................... 35. 117 Crapper, Clyde Carter, R.F.D. 7, Lexington .................. 35. 131 Cross, Marianne, 8 Vlne St., Menlo Park, Calif ..... 54, 92, 182 Curtis, Dorothy Frances, 344 Transylvania Pk., Lexington.. 54 D Dale, Billie Juanita, 717 Main Street, Paris ........ 54, 147. 175 Daley, Mary Helen, 410 Dudley Road, Lexlngton ............ 35, 189 Danlel, Frances Ann, 1404 Fontaine Road, Lexington ......., 54 Danks, Audrey Jane, 3722 Glenn Avenue, Covington .... 35, 108 Darnaby, Jane Carroll, 1516 Cypress, Paris .................... 54, 181 Davls, Beverly Jeanne, Nlcholasvllle Pike, R.F.D. 1, 195 Lexington .............,...................................................................... 189 Davis, Davls Helen Frances, R.F.D. 5, Paris .....................,.. 54, 82, 90 Janice Mae South Street Greenfield Ohio ............ 175 Davis.. Jayne stark, 520 Liberty st., Falmouth .... 108, 154, 155 Davls, Martha Evans, 131 S. Hanover, Lexington ........ 35, 187 Davis, Mary Lllllan, 19 E. Main Street, Shelbyville 54, 82, 122, 132, 143, 146 Davis, Wllllam Kern, Earllngton ................................................ 196 Dean, Allce Louise, 420 Transylvania Pk., Lexington ..,. 54,136 Dempsey, Nancy Jane, 317 Graves Ave., Erlanger.. 54, 175, 190 Denman, Adele Garrard, 210 N. Main Street, Nlcholasvllle ..............................,..................... 54, 143, 146, 181 Dcnnes, Dorthy P ............................................,.,................................ 35 Denton, Marie Elizabeth, 608 E. Mt. Vernon, Somerset ........ 54 Deutsch, Martha Ann, Louisville ................................................ 116 Dlckens, Lillian Irene, Albany ........ ..................................... 3 6, 117 Dlcklnson, Mary Elizabeth, 1113 Ninth Street, Bradenton, Fla. .................................................................. 54, 108 Dlmock, Ruth Mudge, Swigert Road, Lexington ............ 36, 187 Doggett, Ella Bohon, Dwlngsvllle ....,................................... 54, 175 Donovan, Cleora, R.F.D. 2, Mt. Olivet ...........................,............ 36 Dorsey, Elizabeth, 223 S. Main Street, Henderson ...... 36, 183 Dorsey, Mary Jane, Yancy Ave., Horse Cave .... 54, 90, 143, 150 Dosker, Elizabeth Veech, 1308 Wlllon Ave., Louisville.. 36, 187 Dosker, Mary Kelth, 1308 Wlllon Ave., Louisville ...... 147, 187 Dotson, Elsie Jenolse, Elm Street, Harlan ............................. Douglas, Mattie Evelyn, R.F.D. 1, Horse Cave ........ 54, 108, Doyle, Dorls Jane, 75 Alpine Drlve, Rochester, N. Y ..,...... Dozler, Cornelia Cochran, 217 E. Broadway, Madisonville .................. ........................................... ....... 5 4 , Draddy, Marcia Jean, 307 Avenida Madrid, San Clemente, Calif ............................,........................ 143, Drake, William Mlllard, 106 Hopkinsville Rd., Greenville.. Dugar, Geraldine Mary, S. Maln Street, Rockford, Ohio ........................................................ 108, 154. Dummlt, Rosemary, 250 Holliday Road, Lexington ............ Duncan, Auburn B., Box 369, Jackson .................................1... Duncan, Robert J., N. Main, Nlcholasvllle .................1......... Dunlap, Mary McCord, Caneland Farm, Versailles ............ Dunn, Katie Mildred, R.F.D. 3, Benton .......................... 54, Dunnagan, Delphla Gray, Gutherie .......................................... Durham, James Elljan, Jr., Box 1, Anchorage ........ ....... Earle, Thomas Evans. 133 Hagerman Ct., Lexington .... 36, Earnest, Ruth Ann, 136 Transcript Ave, Lexington .... 36. Eblen, Susan Virginia, 425 S. Elm St., Henderson ...... 36, Edwards, Janet, 2303 Melrose Street, Rockford, Ill. ......,................................... 37, 142, 150, 152, Edwards, Lucille, Burlington ....................,.................................... Elder, Edward Leslle, Brodhead ,,................... .................,. 1 04, Elkln, Lloyd Martin, 211 Catalpa Road, Lexington ............. Elliott, Anne Clair, 524 Sayre Avenue, Lexington .... 54, 82, Elliott, Jeanne H., 705 Franklin Avenue, Lexington ............................................................ 54, 82, 108, Elmore, Nancy Corlne, 307 S. Ingram Street, Henderson .... Embry, William Russell, Jr., 117 Sycamore Rd., Lexington. En1erson, Francis Forsee, 805 Oakhill Drive, Lexington .... Ensmlnger, Mrs. Anne Conner, 301 S. Hanover Avenue Lexington ..............................................................1.1............. 37. Errlckson, Helen Jane, 201 Forest Pk. Rd., Lexington.. 00, Eubank, Carolyn Boyd, R.F.D. 4, Lexington .......................... Eubank, Virginia Margaret, Covington ................................... Evans, Mary Wallis, Highlands, Pineville ......... ...... 5 4, Ewbank, Mary Katherine, Warsaw ................. .......... F Farmer, Mary Jo, 512 Woodbine Drive, Lexington .... 108, Farris, Jessie Mae, Lebanon ........................................................ Faulkner, Nancy Elizabeth, 1438 Elizabeth Street, Lexington .................................................. 37, 90, 122, 150. Fenimore, Agnes Louise, 1010 Flncastle Road. Lexington .............................................................................. 55. Fenimore, Sue Ann, 1010 Flncastle Road, Lexington .... 55. Fentress, Martha L., Herndon .............................................. 55, Ferris, Fred Blacktone, Montgomery, Ala ............................... Field, Frances Fletcher, Westgate Drlve, Lexington .... 37, Finley, Lillian B., Madisonville ..................................,......... 55, Flscher, Beula Claire, New York City ...,............. .............. Fitzpatrick, Martha Jane, Hazard ..................................,,.... 37, Flelshman, Betty Lee, 1314 Fontaine Road, Lexington ................... -... 82, 90, 113, 122, 143, 146, 150, Flynn, Sue, Frankfort .,...........................,........................... ....... Foley, Julia Elizabeth, Eastern State Hospital. Lexington ........,..........................................................., ..... 5 5 Ford, Helen Ray, Deland, Fla ..................,...... ...... . . ...., .. Ford. Mildred Gatewood, Louisville ...........,.................... ....... Fortney. Julian Edwin, Jr., Central Clty .....................,........., Fox, Charles Kenny, 109 Rand Avenue, Lexington .......,..... Francis, Annle Margaret, LaFollette, Tenn ......................... Frank, Emily Hunt, 1309 Richmond Road, Lexington ........ Franks. William Fearn, Silver Grove .................................,.,.... Fraysure, Betty Harris, Frankfort ........,....... ..,...... 1 13, 178, Freed, Phyllis Renna, Passaic, N. J ......................................... Freedman, Rosemary, Ashland ..................................................... Freeman, Alice E., 750 Rose Street, Lexington .... 82, 119, Freeman, Harriet Dletrlch, 750 Rose Street, Lexington .... Freeman, Marjorie, 1020 Flncastle Road, Lexington .... 136, Frye, Anne Robertson, Ashland ........................................ 119, Fulton, Betty Brook, Frankfort .........................,,..,.............,...... Futrell, Barbara DeBaun, Cadiz ......... ....... PEHSUIIHL IHDEX H no PERSUHHL INDEX G Gable, Patricia Lee, 1113 N. Jefferson, Hartford City, Ind ..,.,........................,..,....,,.. .. Gaines, Billy Vaughn, Box 552, Lancaster .,,,.....,....... ..... Gaines, Patsy Ruth, Frankfort .......................................,,, ..... Gallaher, Polly Burnslde, 1500 Tates Creek Road. Lexington ........,,..,..........,.................,...,..,............,,,,...... ..... ...A, Galloway, Jean Orsburn, 619 E. Broadway, Madisonville ......1...........,...,...1.,.,................ .............,.......... 3 8. Gardner, Charles Thurman, 210 Collins Ct., Louisville .... . Gardner, Joe Henry, Latonla .......Y..........................,............,....... Garrison, Anne Elizabeth, 1113 Slashes Rd., Lexington... Garst, Ann, 130 Shady Lane, Lexington.. ....,..,,....-..,.............. Gayle, Martha Alexander, 1710 Bon Aire Drlve, Lexington .1...............,,.....,........,.,.,,............................,......-, 38. Gerber, Frances Anne, 244 McDowell Rd., Lexington ........ Gibson, Claudine Turner, St. Slmons Island, Ga. 55, 32, 90, 113, 122 Glldart, Ruth Stanton, 831 Clay, Shelbyville ...................... Gillespie, Mary Gordon, Mayslick ,...............,,...... ,.... Gillespie. Robert Maxwell, Augusta. .,,..........,..,.,... . Gllson, Carolyn Frances, 1810 Bon Alre Drlve, Lexington ....,....,.....................,..,..,..,.,.......,..,..,.................,... Glnocchlo, Betty Anne, 241 Henry Clay Blvd., Lexington ...,...................,.,..............,,..,.,.,......... 55, 113. 55 136 143 Gish, Thomas Edward, Seco ...,..,..,...............,.,..................., Glass, Nancy Porter, Dlx Dam, Harrodsburg ....................,. Glasscock, Hazel Juanita, Gravel Switch ............... ...... 5 5 Goggln, Elizabeth Frazee, Dover ......,.,....................,..,.....,...., Goggin, Margaret Etta, R.F.D. 2, Lancaster ................ 55 Gcldenberg, Zelma, 206 N. Bowman, Merlon. Pa .,....... 38 Goman, Catherine Campbell, Sand Creek, Mich ................. Gooch, Geralcllne, 511 Columbia Street, Somerset ............ Goodwin, Sarah Frances, 521 Hopkinsvllle, Princeton ...... Gorham, Joann Evans, 1410 Audubon Ave., Lexington ...., . Graddy, Priscilla, 136 Waller Avenue, Lexington ..............................,,....,,,..,................ 38. 119, 138 Grannls, Ruth Ann, R.F.D. 3, Flemlngsburg ,............ 55 Graves, Marlon Louise, 1034 Twelfth Avenue, Huntington, W. Va ................................................................,.... Gray, Anne Loulse, River Ridge, Jeffersonville, Ind ....,.... Greene, Ann M., 117 Elm Street, Mt. Sterling .....,......,........ . Greene, Evelyn Ruth, Jonesvllle ................................ 39, 117 Griffin, Patrlcla Lee, 233 Kingsway Drlve, Lexington ...... Grlgsby, Margaret Rebecca, 511 Bauer Ave., Loulsvllle,., Gr1mcs, Mary Jane, 138 S. Hanover Avenue, Lexington .... Grugln. Dorothy Jean, 125 E. Campbell, Frankfort ............ Gudgell, Thelma Jane, 342 S. Limestone, Lexington .,.. 55 Gwllllm, Hnase, Laura Loulse, Harris Road, Independence ...... 55 Hall, Dorls Ruth, 434 Oldham Avenue, Lexington .............. Hall, Fannie, Eubanks ...................,.................................,.... .. 35 Hall, Sarah Gay, 430 E. Maxwell St., Lexington ...... 155 Hamblett, Amanda Edwlna, 210 Union, Madlsonvllle .... 39, Hanklnson, Audrey Carol, Orange Clty Hotel, Orange Clty, Fla ........................................,...........,.................. Hardin, Catherine Lucille, Shepherdsville ............. ........ 3 9 Hardin, Ruby Gene, 803 Highland Avenue, Carrollton .... Hardy, Amanda Helen, 4008 St. Ives Court, Louisville ...... Harmon, Rena Dewitt, Perryvllle .....,................................ 39 Harris, Betty Ruth, 139 N. Limestone, Lexington ........ 82 Harris, Marian Viola, 323 McDowell Rd., Lexington .... 39 Hatcher, Wllllam Dayton, Jr., 402 S. College Street. Ford's Ferry ...................................................................... 39 Hatter, Margaret C., Franklin .......................................... 147 Hatter, Martha June, R.F.D. 5, Russellville ............................ Hawkins, Lucy Ann, 2201 Jeff. Street, Paducah ................. Hayden, Elizabeth Lucretia, Cecllla ................................ 132 Hayes, Carolyn M., 452 Rose Lane, Lexington .......... ........ . Haynes, Betty, 201 Holly Lane, Ellzabethton, Tenn .......... Haynie, Irene Elizabeth, Kenyon Avenue, Wllmore ........... Hays, Ollle Lee, Bloomfield ....... .......................,.....................,... Headley, Laura Davidson, Russell Cave Pike, Lexington... Helton, James Carter, 123 Cedar Street, Plneville... ,.... .. Wllllam A., 833 Valley Rd., Birmingham, Ala ..... 38 196 183 187 185 194 191 38 55 181 185 185 187 38 38 183 177 147 185 116 55 117 108 143 185 38 187 153 185 55 183 39 132 187 185 187 189 117 195 108 55 124 187 175 177 132 183 183 116 154 110 105 177 56 187 147 56 171' 39 189 148 191 Helsel, Janet, 2229 First Avenue, Altoona, Pa .......... Helverston, Mary Damon, 215 Helverston Avenue, Live Oak, Fla ...............,................ .............. ..........,............. Henderson, Ellen ...............,....,.................,.............. Henderson, Gloria Virginia, Dallas, Ga ......... Hendry, Juanlta Marie, Holt ....................... ..... ....... Hendry, Louise Elizabeth, Holt ........,...............,... ,........... Henry, Lela Lenora, 155 Arcadia Park, Lexington .............. Hensley, Eva Carolyn, 342 S. Limestone, Frankfort .......... Hensley, Thomas Virgil, Burlington ......,..............,........... Herman, Esther Bernice, 571 Woodland Avenue, Lexington . ,.............. ,... ................,......,................................ Herndon, Ann Cosby, Irvington .,.................................. ..... Hlbbs, Patsy Jo, 419 Scott, Pikeville .......,.................... 56 Hlll, Fred Noble, 164 Cherokee Park, Lexington ............... Hlll, Martha Jean, Ninth Street, Carrollton ................ 148, Hlllenmeyer, Mary Joan, R,.F.D. 6, Lexington ................... 56: 39 174 174 56 56 39 154 117 56 119 128 176 40 180 174 195 56 182 176 180 180 194 192 56 56 184 191 194 174 174 184 180 174 190 195 106 174 108 56 178 178 180 106 184 56 40 180 174 176 194 182 117 176 182 40 180 182 186 57 180 Hines, Walter Elrod, Jr., Maysville ......................................... . Hlsle, James Mathews, 520 Sayre Avenue, Lexington ..... Holland, Anne Yancey, New Castle ................,.............,.,........ Hollyfleld, Margaret, 4005 McCorkle, Charleston, W. Va ..,.................................,,........... ........ 4 0 Hook, Cora Beard, Hardinsburg ...............,............................... Hopkins. Eleanor Magdalene, 1610 Elliott, Ashland .... 56, Hopkins, John James, Carlisle .....,...................................... 113, Horton, Donald John, 105 Sycamore, Irvine .......................... Horton, Helen Lucille, Highland Avenue, Burnside .............. Hoskins, Geraldine, R.F.D. 2, Crab Orchard ................ ....... House, Helen Jean, Loulsvllle .......,.......................... ,.... Houston, Elmus Lynn, Fulton ................ ...........l,..... Howe, James Robert, Ft. Thomas ,..,..... ...................... Howell, Anne Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga ........ ....... 1 28, 132, Howell, Patricia Ann, Henderson .......,..... .................,.... Hubbard, Wanda June, Latonla .........,..,................... 40,122, Hunslnger, Marjorie Alice, Louisville ...............,.....,.,............., Hunt, Bettye McClanahan, Valley Station, Texas ................ Hunt, Emily Frances, Mayfleld ................ 40, 113, 147, 176, Hunt, Hugh Glenn, Calhoun ...........................l............................ Hunt, Richard Henry, 314 Marlemont Dr., Lexington.. 40, I Irwin, Ruth Jean, Harriman, Tenn ........ ..... J Jackson, Patricia Lee, Ironton, Ohlo ...............................,........ James, Martha Elizabeth, 1624 Elizabeth Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. ......................................................,....... ...... . Jameson, Jane Vaughn, Cynthlana ..........,..... ..... Jameson, Margaret Rives, Shelbyville ,........ .... Jeffries, Ann Garland, Sprlngf-leld .........,.... ........ Jenklns, Chester Cooper, Louisville .....,.............................. 40 Jenklns, Frances Pauline, Sebree ............,......,.......,.................... Jenklns, Jacqueline Louise, 411 E. High St., Ashley, 0 ....... Jenklns, John Russell, Palntsvllle .................. . ............................. Johnson Judith Keen, Richmond ....................,............ ....,....... Johnson, Myra Maxine, R.F.D. 3, Georgetown ............ 56 Johnston, Jean Margaret, Mexico ...................,........ ,....... 1 05 Jones, Charles Kirkpatrick, 131 Hamilton Pk., Lexington. Jones, Emlly Collins, N. Mlddletown ........................ 56, 112 Jones, Florence H., 214 Hatfield Street, Corbin ............ 56 Jones, Juliette, 612 College. Mayneld ..................... ..... 5 6 Jones. Marie Dudley, North Middletown ......... ..... 5 6 Jones, Martha Lee, Winchester ......................... .,...... Jones, Martha Lewis, Kansas City, Kans ......... ..,......... Jones, Mary Collins, North Mlddletown ........ ..... 5 6 Jones, Mlldx'ed Wheeler, Anchorage ................ ........ K Kash, Mary Margaret, Keystone, W. Va ........ .... Kassenbrock, Mary P., Louisville ....,.............. ..,.......... . Keeti, Eleanore Miriam Cumberland ........ Keetl, Shirley Hope, Cumberland .......... 56. 144 Keith, Lon Lahelst, Elizabethtown ............................,....... 57 Keith, Ray Kenneth, Buffalo ....,................... . ............,............... .. Keller, Frances. 158 Woodland Avenue, Fairfax ........ ..... 147 147 191 195 182 Marie Kemper, 415 Davidson Court, Lexington ..,,........,.,,,,, 104 Kendall, Pat, Rldgeway, Tenn. .,.......,................,....,,,,...,.. 41,178 Kennedy, Hazel Dell, 14 Preston Court ,,,,..... ..... 1 54, 178 Kennedy, Virginia Louise, Somerset ,,,......... ........... 1 84 Kenney, Colma May, Owenton .............,..,,., ....... 5 7, 117 Kenney, Edward Mac, Frankfort .................... ........ 1 95 Kent, Lorene Lillie, 106 Delmont Drlve ..,.,. ........,.. 1 32 Kidwell, Louis Edgar, Paris ..........................,........... ....... 5 7, 106 Kllham, Jocelyn, Milwaukee, Wls ............,...,............., ........ 1 84 Kimbrough, Nancy Summers, 905 Pyke Road .....,.... ........ 1 84 Kingsley, Margaret Jean, 1218 Summit Drlve ..,..,..,, ........... 1 80 Kirkland, Dorothy Elise, Orangeburg, S. C .,.,........,...,..., 41, 108 Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth Payne, 609 E. Main Street ......,. 41, 180 Kloeeker, Jo Ann, 632 Elsmere Park .............,........., 82. 154 182 Knapp, Charlotte Evelyn, 1855 McDonald Avenue ....,.......,... 82 Krauss, Marian Lee .....,.,.......,....,,,...,................,....,,.....,.....,...... 57 180 Kravctz, Rita Faye, 331 Lafayette Avenue ...........,....,...,,... 57 L Huffaker, Audrey, 4431 Larkwood, Loulsvllle .....,,. ....,,. 5 6 Hunt, Catherine Beverly .................,.,....,...,............... ..,.... 5 6 James, Martha Elizabeth ..,.,.......,...................,.,....., .........,l...,..... 5 6 LaMaster, Mary Bennett, 103 Hiltonla Park, Lexington ....................l....,............,,..,...................,,,, 128, 154 155 Land, Marjorie Jane, R.F.D. 1, Lexington ..,.....,.......,.,. 41 182 Land, Mary Louise, 355 South Main, Emlnenee ....... ,,.,...... 4 1 Landrum, Julle Grlnstead, 613 Elsmere Park, Lexington ...........................,,,..........................,,.....,,,.....,...... 57 186 Landrum, Mae Elizabeth, 130 Shawnee Pl., Lexington.. 57, 132 Lane, Patty Cliff, Mt. Sterling ................,........................... 41, 180 Lardlzabal, Raul Gallndo, Jutlcalpa Honduras .............,...... 105 Latta, Joan Wilson, 19 Miami Parkway, Ft. Thomas .......... 182 Lawton, Frances, 1837 Lauderdale Road, Loulsville ....,,..........,......................,..,...,..,...,,...,......... 57, 113 186 Lawton, Joyce Bryant, Maple Drive, Central City ..,.......,..... 182 Layman, Lucille, R.F.D. 1, Caneyvllle ....,.......,......................... 116 Leach, Maurice, 704 Euclid, Lexington .......... 41, 114, 123. 128 Lenchman, Beverly, Lakewood, Ohio ,,,........,....,..,,....,....,. 57, 186 Lee, Eleanor Maye, 707 Bullock Avenue, Lexington .....,,.,... 174 Legg, Nana S., Henderson, N. C .........,,,.........,........,,......... 57, 182 Lc-Grand, Wllliam R., Owensboro .......,.,.,,.............,............, 57 113 Lewis, Bernice, Frankfort ................,,.....,.............., .... 1 54,155,182 Lewis, Eva Larue, Woodspolnt Road, Lexington ,,,,,...,.....,.. 184 Lewis, Owen Holt, 154 N. Arcadia Road, Lexington ,,,. 104 123 Lewis, Winnie Roy, Wildle .,,,,,,,.,,..,.............,..,.,,..... .........,.,..,,., 5 7 Llnk, Ruth Ellen, 236 Desha Road, Lexington .,,.,,.. 41, 110, 178 Llnney, Martha Patton, 1600 Fairway Drive, Lexington... 184 Lipscomb, Helen Porter, 39 Mcntelle Park, Lexington ...,....,.,.........,,,,.... .....,,....,.,... ........... Q , ,,.,, 4 1, 136 153 Litsey, Ruth Robertson, Springfield ...,,,,.,,,l.,l, ..., ............ 5 7 Locke, Dorothy, Winchester ,,......,....,... .....,..,,..,, 5 7, 186 Leckery, Nancy, Sacramento ........,,.... ,.,,, 5 7, 116, 110 Long, Mildred Louise, Georgetown .,..... ,,,,, 5 7, 142, 150 Love, Shirley, Newark, Ohio .........,.... ,.,.,.,,...... 1 76 Lowe, Rebecca, Paducah .............,.,.....,..,,...,,,.,.,....,.. ...,....,..,,.,,. 5 7 Lowe, Richard. Covington ..,,.,...,.,.,,,.....,.................,... ..... 1 43 145 Lund, Ray, 203 University Avenue, Lexington ....,., ........., 1 54 Luther, Betty Barbara, Schenectady, New York ....... ..., 1 84 Lyklns. Edna, Clay City ....,,,.,,...,....,.........,,.......,.......,,..... ,.., 5 2 Lyon, Yvonne, Morehead ...........,..,....,.......,,.......,......... .... 1 78 Me MeBee, Mary Jewell, 506 Woodland Avenue, Lexington ...... 57 McBrayer, Ann, 403 S. Main, Lawrenceburg ......,..,,,.,,,,, 57, 184 McCabe, Renna, Midway ,,......................,,.,..,.,,........,,,,,, 42, 126 129 McCammon, Sarah Jean, Lebanon ........................................ 57, 108 Macauley, Doris, Greenwich, Conn ....,..,......................,,........... 186 McClanahan, Sue Bishop, R.F.D. 1, Lexington .,.,..,,..,. 42, 184 McCorkle, Margaret Owen, 309 E. Main, Glasgow .,.........,.... 182 MeCown, Marie Louise, Creekside, Versailles .........., .......,...,,.............,........,.....,.... 4 2, 136, 180, 190 McCune, Jesse B., Louisville ....,,....,.......,,,..,...,,............................. 192 McDonald, Anna Jane, 216 Rose Street, Lexington ..,. ,....... 1 28 McDonald, Mary Estelle, Frankfort ...........,.......,.,,....,,............, 184 McFar1an. Mary Beth, 1712 Fairway Dr., Lexington .... 57, 188 McGurk, Melrose, 144 Avon Avenue, Lexington ........,,.. 90, 154 Mellvain, Marian Martin, 316 E. Pleasant St, Cynthlana.. McMeek1n, Carolyn Craig, Clays Mill Road, Lexington .... McMull1n, Wilma Frances, Harrodsburg Rd., Lexington... McMurtry. Helen Smith, R.F.D. 1, Lawrenceburg ............... McNamer, Betty Jane, 210 E. Mt. Vernon Street, Somerset ............ ......................................,.....,................, .... 5 7 , McNeal, F. Elizabeth, 143 E. Maxwell Street. Lexington ...............,..,..............,....,,............. , .... 58, 128, 132, Maggard, Faye, ......1.,..............................,............................,......,....... Maggard, Mildred Faye, Palntsvllle ........ll..,.......,... 110, 114, Mains, Minerva Louise, 301 Wllllam Street, Augusta .... .. Mann, Martha Bell, 318 S. Broadway, Lexington .......................................................... 58, 154, 155, Mann, Teresa Jane, 600 Columbia Avenue, Lexington ....... Manning, Della Newel, R.F.D. 2, Stanford .....1.................,.... Marks, Mary Margaret, 223 N. Fourth St., Danville .... 58, Marshall, Marguerite, 1456 Chenault Road, Georgetown .... Marshall, Shirley Moser, R.F.D. 1, Box 560, Louisville ...... Martin, Mary George, 820 N. Park -Ave., Tipton, Ga... 42, Martin, Ruth Adams, 703 Fifth Avenue South, Lexington Mason, Amella Byrne, 429 Morgan Street, Russellville .,................................................................ 58, 116, Mason, Mary Elizabeth, 727 Sunset Drive, Lexington ........ Matlack, Martha, 359 Linden Walk, Lexington .................... Maxwell, Beth Shirley, 326 Third Avenue. Leavenworth, Kan. ..........................,...................,.,......... 58, Meacham, Anne Marla, Koreandale Farm, Morganfield .... Meister, Shirley Rose, 224 Desha Road, Lexington ............ Melvin Marilyn Dee, 260 Bell Court W., Lexington ........... . Messer, Harriet Elizabeth, Garrett ..................................... Messcr, Olive Sue, Barbourvllle ...........,.......,.l........,.........,...,..... Meyer, Carolyn King, 729 Center Street, Henderson .......... Meyer, Lucy Guye, Military Pk., Lexington .... 43. 82, 153, Miller, Jane Ellen, Cincinnati, Ohio ....,...............,..................... Miller, Joyce Alice, 1123 Oak Avenue, Ashland .,.,........ 58. Miller, Mary Edwards, U. S. Veterans Hospital, Lexington ..............................................................,,. ............. 5 8. Miller, Mary Jane, 210 S. Franklin. Madisonville ................. Mllman, Helen Bryan, 1275 N. Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, Ill. ....................................,,.1............ 58. 110. Mllward, Louise, 559 N. Broadway, Lexington ......,....,,... 43. Mitchell, Frances, Paris ..............................................,, .1.... ............ Mitchell, Marjorie Breeding, 600 Maple Dr., Glasgow.. 58, Mitts, Mary Louis, Williamstown .................... 43, 119, 147, Monlcr. Helen Marie, Box G, College Station, Berea ..., 43, Moore, Ann Clay, R.F.D. 2, Frankfort ............,....................... Moore, Dottie Lou, Elm Street, Pikeville ............... ...... 5 8, Moore, Mildred Allen, 341 Henry Clay Blvd., Lexington .........................................l.................................. 58. Morgan, Sylvia Irene, R.F.D. 1. LaGrange ..1,........................ Morreaux, James Earl, 354 Harrison, Lexington .... 58, 104, Morris, Aleene, R.F.D. 2, Lancaster ..................,,.............1 58. Morris, Wllllam Kahle, R.F.D. 1, Hopkinsville ....,...,......... Morris, Wilma Mae. Glasgow ................................................ 43. Moseley, Thomas R., 406 Dudley Road, Lexington ...... 58. Moss, Georglanne, Brown-Proctor Hotel, Winchester.. 43, Mulllnaux, Floyd Avls, 502 Oak Street. Corbin .................... Munroe, Marie Louise, 418 E. Georgia Avenue Tallahassee, Fla. ........,.. ..,........,................ ...... ........... . Murphy, Frances Warner, 531 E. Jackson, Clinton. ...... . ...... Murphy, Ray Earlywlne, Jr., 501 Hart Road, Lexingt Murray, Sara Jane, 9 Favivlew Terrace, 43, 011 .... Maplewood, N. J ...........,....,............................ N Napier, Gerald Edward, Lebanon Junction.. . 104, 113, Neal, Joann Elizabeth, Milton ........ .................................... , ....... Nevitt, Elsie Catharine, 1603 Fairway Dr., Lexington.. 154, Nevltt, Esther Vaughn, 1603 Fairway Drlve, Lexington ....,,...................................,............................ 58, 82, Newell, Margaret I., Bronston .........................,........ ................ . Newland, Ada Vaughan, R.F.D. 1, Stanford ...............,......... Newland, Elva Jean, Guerrant ......... ............................................ Newman, Martha Jane, 26 Maple Avenue, Ft. Mitchell .... Ruth, June Elizabeth, 1033 S. Limestone, Lexington ..........,. 82 if PERSUHHL INDEX Nicholas, Suzanne, 335 Eighth Street, Paris .......,......., ..A. Nichols, Lella Tucker, 319 Lexlngton Avenue, Lexington .........Y..,......................,...,.,,.....,..................... 44, 82, Nichols, Mary K., 812 Shelby Street, Frankfort ......,....,,...,. Noble, Elizabeth, Hendersonville, N. C .............l.................... Noland, Mrs. Barbara Benning, 302 Slxth St., Ravenna... Nollau, Elizabeth Louise, 917 Bancroft Parkway, Wilmington, Del. .................................................................l.. . Nooe, Mason T., Shepherdsvllle ......... .. ................................. 44 Null, Martha Pauline, 272 Rosemont Garden, Lexlngtonl.. O Oates, Bette Rice, 8 Montrose Park, Frankfort .... . ..,........ .. O'Bannon, Ellen Luclle, 123 State Street, Lexlngton ........................... - ....................... 44, 82, 122, 153 Ogden, Robert Bruce, 3308 Oriole Drlve, Loulsvllle ............ Oldham. Jane, 1201 N. Limestone, Lexington .... 44, 82, 90 Oliver, Lucy Byrd, R.F.D. 4, Glasgow ............................ 58 Olmstead, Helen Murphy, 123 Rlver Dr., Logan, W. Va ..... 44 Omer, Irls Jean, Grove Center ............................................ 0'Rear, Nancy Allen, Hereford Farms, Versailles ........ 58 Outland, Jane Elizabeth, Lone Oak Road, Paducah .... 58 P Paar, Dorothy Jean, Chevy Chase Apts., Lexlngton ...............................................,.......... 59, 154, 155 Pace, Gwendolyn Dorsey. 24 Street N.W., Tavares, Fla. ................................,...............,,.. 59, 114, 147 Pace, Nora Ruth, Ridgeway, Va ................................... 44, 136 Palmore, Marjorie ..........,.... ...,.....,................ 4 4, 90, 145. 152 Park, Bettye Mlldred, Westover Avenue, Richmond ........ ..., Park, Elizabeth Rldgely, Tates Creek Road, Lexlngton .... Park, Harold Hume, Westover Avenue, Richmond .........,.. Parks, Almlra Davis, 27 Mentelle Park. Lexlngton ..,...,.. Patterson, Ramelle Frances. 2817 White Way, Loulsvllle ,..... ,...,...,............ ,.......,............ ,.......,.,..,...... 4 4 , 108 Patton, Mary Louise. Oddvllle Ave., Cynthlanaa.. 59. 143 Paxton, Jean E., 1024 Center, Bowling Green .......,............ . Payton, Alex Twyman, Loulsvllle ........................ 123, 131 Q . Payton, Juanita, Horse Cave ...........................................,.... 108, Peak, Bart N.. 118 Unlverslty Avenue, Lexlngton ...... 123. Perlmutter, Ruth, 123 Burnett Avenue, Lexlngton .... 122, Perry, Lorraine Allen, Grundy, Va .......................................... Peterson, Sally Lindberg, Rldgefleld Rd., Wllton, Conn.... Pewltt, Harvey Mac, R.F.D. 1, Fulton ................................,,.... Peyton. Mary Foster, 545 Vlne Street, Shreveport, La ....... Phllllps, Anne Charlotte, 507 S. Main, Dawson Springs .... Phillips, Juanita L., Stearns ......................................,................ -. Phipps, Jean Holliday, 1704 E. Parkway, Loulsvllle .... 45, Phipps, Martha Jane, 415 Harchon Avenue, Paducah ......................,.......................,....................... 45, 119 Pleasant, Dorothy Lorain, 1512 Dixie Highway, Park Hills ............,...............................,.........,.........,................... Ploch, Emlly Elizabeth, 529 First Street, Henderson ........ Pollltt, Doris Haney, 4708 Winchester Ave., Ashland.. 59 Porter, Mrs. Doris Ann, Hodgenvllle ........................ 45, 116 Porter, Dorothy Louise, 2615 Cumberland, Ashland ............ Porter, Joseph Eugene, 1004 Bronston Avenue, Paducah .... Portmann, Georgia Rleh, 124 Johnston Blvd., Lexlngton.. Powell, Dorothy Leslle, New Castle ..........................,.............. Presley, Mary Martha. 308 W. Second, Clarksdale, Miss. ............................................,.....,. 45, 182 Preston, Permella Allene, 2204 Moore St., Ashland ...... 59 Preston, RoberttD., 15 Maln, Seco ..............................,...........,.,. Price, Esther Jane, 157 Cherokee Park, Lexlngton ...... 45, Price, Robln Rhea, Bowling Green ....,...................................... Prlestley, Betty Jane, Jackson Ave., Madison, W. Va ....... . Pritchett, Frances A., 35 Calsson Road., Breckenridge Home, R.F.D. 3, Paducah ...................................................... Prultt, Martha Elizabeth, 820 Center Street, Henderson .... Puryear, Peggy Sue, Dixon .......................................................... Q Qulrey, Otha Calvin, Sturgis .......... .... 155 180 182 44 104 44 131 58 180 184 192 153 116 184 180 186 184 176 176 153 153 59 186 194 59 133 180 59 190 155 131 154 45 180 191 188 105 45 176 184 184 184 184 119 59 191 108 184 190 108 59 178 59 178 176 59 184 195 R Rainey, Sara Dee, 520 24th St., Ashland ...... 45, 108, 146, 176 Rambo, Vivienne Jeane, Fork of Elkhorn ................................ 188 Ramsey, Mary Jane, 351 S. Main, Madisonville ............ 59, 184 Rankln, Sarah Katherine, 138 Bassett Ave.. Lexington ...... 59 Ratchford, Roberta May, 261 Rodes Avenue. Lexlngton ............................................,..................... 136, 188, 190 Rauch, Carol, 5763 Glengate Lane. Newport ................ 59. 156 Ray, Lucille Preston, Jackson ............................................ 136, 178 Read, Ann Margaret, Covington .................................................. 188 Relbold, Mary Margaret .................................................,...... 45, 182 Reynolds, Albert Solon. Jr., 266 Fourth Street, East Orange, N. J ................................................. 143, 147, 191 Reynolds, Jeanette, 218 N. Main, Greenville ................ 104, 188 Rhoads, Betty Ree, 1435 S. Limestone, Lexlngton .............. 176 Rhodes, Sophie Powers, Mlddlesboro. ....................................... 180 Rice, Barbara Rose, R.F.D. 5. Paris .............................. ..... 1 78 Richardson, Conrad Ashby, Jr., Mt. Sterling ....... ....... 5 9 Richie, Jean ................................................................... .......... 5 9 Riley, Frances L., 411 Sixth Street, Plkevllle ......... ............ 1 74 Rlmmer, Patricia Elizabeth, Prestonburg ...................... 45, 184 Ringo, Martha Jane, 225 Kingsway Drive, Lexlngton ...,............................,......................... 59, 114, 119, 180 Ritchie, Jean Ruth, Box 46, Viper ........................................ 59, 116 Robbins, John Jackson, 276 Lexlngton Avenue, Lexlngton ........,........................................................,..........., 59, 113 Robertson, Dora Lee, 600 Elsmere Park, Lexlngton ............ 59 Robinson, Betty Jeanne, 489 Hart Road. Lexlngton .......... 188 Robinson, Dorothy Vlrglnla, Georgetown ........................ 46, 178 Rodes, Sarah Marshall, 207 S. Ashland Avenue. Lexlngton ..............................,...........................................,.,. 59, 186 Rodgers, Maxine Elizabeth, Phil .......................,................ 46, 174 Rogers, Eva Eloise, 1125 Myra Barnes Avenue, Pikeville ................................................................ ................ 4 6, 174 Rogers, Fielding Gant, Jr., Paris ...................,...................,...... 194 Rogers, Margaret Elizabeth, Lane Allen Road, Lexlngton .... 59 Rogers, Mary Vlrglnia, 28 W. Hickman, Winchester .... 59, 106 Rose, Betty Jean, 317 Grosvenor Avenue, Lexlngton ........ 174 Rose. Helen Marie, Liberty Road, Lexlngton .......................... 60 Rose, Maurene, 317 Grosvenor Avenue, Lexington ........ 60, 174 Rosen, Vlrginla Lee, 40 Hathaway Court, Winchester ........ 46 Ross, Ivolou Marilynn, 3960 Davis Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio .............1...............,.................................. 60, 184 Routt, Edyth Inez, Sonora ..,............................. ....... 1 16, 132, 154 Routt, Roselynne, Lawrenceburg. ....,................. ,............,........ 1 82 Rowland, Judith, Maceo ......................,..............,..... ........... 4 6, 116 Russell, Bettie 1-larrls, 332 Dlvlslon Avenue, Jackson, Tenn. .....,........................................,...........,....... 60, 136 S Salisbury, Barbara Hunter, 265 Lyndhurst Place ........ ..... 1 76 Salyer, Clay, Salyersvllle ........................................................ ..... 1 95 Samuel, Mary Julia, 24 W. Thlrd Street, Maysville ......,..... 182 Schneider, Arnold Morton, 2100 Douglass Blvd. Loulsvllle .,.................................,.................................................. 197 Schneider, Lawrence Wilford, 2856 Grand Concourse, New York Clty, N. Y ............................... 1 ,....................,... 46, 197 Scholl, H. Loulse, Cleveland, Ohio .................................... 46. 188 Schroeder, Ruth Ellen, Evansville, Ind ............................. 60, 186 Schwartz, Margery V., 210 Ashland Avenue, Lexlngton ..... . 46 Scott, D. June, Canaseraga, N. Y ,...................,......... ,,......... 4 6, 184 Scott, Joan, Hanson ........................................................ 46, 116, 122 Sebree, Bernice, Florence ............,.................................,..,.............. 116 Selfe, Patricia Anne, 1049 Fifth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. 180 Selllman, Joseph Wllllam, Danville .......................................... 194 Sexton, Bertie Frances, 30 Euclid Ave., Lexlngton ..., 46, 138 Shannon, Hugh Ross, 455 E. Seventh Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ....................................................... ............ 1 94 Shannon, Iris Deane, 1431 Tyler Park Drive, Loulsvllle ..........,.......,........................................................... 59, 174 Shearer, Charlsey, Jr., 251 Loudon Avenue, Lexlngton ...... 47 Shely, Mary Pat, Paris Plke, Lexlngton ............................ 59, 90 Shepherd, Mrs. Nancy Lee Lassiter, 209 Sunset Avenue. Richmond .... ....................................................................... 6 0, 176 Shlnkle, Rebecca Jane, R.F.D. 5, Lexlngton .......................... 60 Shipley, Lois Jean, 5350 Blvd. Fl.. Indianapolis, Ind.. 60 Shipman, Emlly Beth, S. Tenth Street., Shelbyville .,.,.... Shirley, Allene, Exle .,,.................,....,..,,,,...,..,,.,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shouse, Ann Frazler, 55 Mentelle Park, Lexington ........... Shropshire, Jean Florence, R.F.D. 1, Paris ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shropshire, Nancy Clay, 355 E. Main St.. Georgetown.. 47 1 Shrout, Helen Marie, 459 Locust Street, Carllsle .,...,..,......, Shryock. Gwendolyn, R.F.D. 4, Owenton.. .,..,......,..,...,...,..... Shupert, Wanda Lee, Warsaw ........................,..,,.......,.,...,,,.,,....,,,. Slegel, Allce Murphy, 433 Davidson Court, Lexington ..,.. Simpson, Betty Spurr, R.F.D. 1, Nlcholasvllle ,..,.. 47, 108, Simpson. Elizabeth Anne. 1421 Cedar, Owensboro .............. Slngleton, Doris Lorene, 911 Greenleaf Rd, Louisville.. 47, Slsk, Mary Lou, Nebo ...,..............,.........,...,,...,,.....,,...,..........,..,,.,.. Skeen, Nancy Lelgh, 360 Aylesford Place, Lexington ......... Skinner, Margaret Lee, 460 Park Avenue, Lexington ......,.................,.............,,........,,,..,,.....,...., 132, 147 Slater, Marian Elizabeth, 31 Erlanger Rd., Erlanger .... 60 Smith, Ann Caroline, 319 Grosvenor Ave.. Lexington ,,,. 60 Smith, Anne Demarls, Central Ave., Williamson, W. Va.. Smith, Doris Talbott, 401 Woodland Avenue. Lexington . ...,......,.......................... , .,.....,........... 60, 114, 180 Smith, Dorotha Louise, R.F.D. 2, Sharpsburg ...................... Smlth, Emllie Varden, 175 N. Broadway, Lexington .,........ Smith, Harrison Pitney, Jr., Bypro ......................,.................. . Smith, Marjorie .......,.............................,.........,,,.,....,..,..., 60, 90 Smith, Mildred Marie, 702 Poplar Street, Corbin ................ Smith. Nancy Gene, Morganlield ..........................................,..... Snoke, Millicent Kendall, Fox Hollow, Anchorage ...... 90 Spaulding, Thelma Frances, 370 E. Main, Lebanon .... 60 Sparks, Mildred Elizabeth. 460 E. Maxwell, Lexington.. 80 Sparks, Rowena, Ashland ...........................................,....,....,.. 47 Spears, Sally Woodford, Paris ...........................................,.... 47 Spencer, Alice Hubbard, Boonesboro Rd., Winchester.. 60 Stalker, Lesley Lee, 151 24th Avenue N., St. Petersburg, Fla .................................... ,...... 1 47 Stanard, Mary Ann, 2753 Third Avenue, Huntington, W. Va ............................................................. 47 Stanonls, Davls Joseph, 462 Maple Ave., Lexington .... 47 Stephens, Joe C., Fulton ................,..................,..,,...,.,.......... 104 Stephens, Leone Vlrglnla, Hltchlns. ....................................... . Stephenson. Ann Louise, 1122 Myra Barnes. Plkevllle.. 48, Stevens, Carolyn, Oddville Ave., Cynthiana, .... ,.... ............ . Stevenson, Betsy Banks, R.F.D, 6, Lexington ................ 61 Stlgall, Mary Elizabeth, Lebanon Road. Danville ........ 48. Stivers, Rupert Earl, 3616 Gregory Avenue, Paducah.. Stivers, Martha Huffman, 300 Irvine Road, Lexington ........ Stokes, Emogene, Monticello ....,..,...,..,..,....,........................... 61, Stokes, Margaret Jochum. R.F.D. 2, Lexington ...... 48. 82. Stolz. Shlrley Logan, 2400 Sixth Avenue N.. St. Petersburg, Fla ..,.........,,,.............,... ....................,.... 1 47 Stough, John A., 10 S. Florida, Montgomery, Ala. ......... .. Street, Alice Jane, 739 Cooper Drive, Lexington .... ,........., Street, Elizabeth Ann, Madisonville Rd., Henderson .... 61 v Street, Frances Woodruff, Cadiz ........................................ 61, Strong. Vella Dane. Box 184, Liberty .....................,.,.....,........ Strother, Inez Wycllfle, Grayson ...,..,........ Q .........,, ...,.. 4 8, Sturglll, Billy Bartram, 38 Highland Avenue, Prcstonburg ......... .............................................................. 6 1, Swlnebroad. Mary Marrs. 305 Logan, Frankfort ................. Sympson. Dorothy Shawler. Bardstown ............................... Sympson, Mary Loulse, 155 Kentucky Avenue, Lexington. T Tackett, Mary R., 1640 Hobart St. N.W.. Washington, D. C ............................................................. 61, Talbert, Charlotte Brownell, Eastln Road, Lexington ........ Tatum. Mildred Alice, R.F.D. 3, Lebanon ............................. Taylor, Anne Orr, 169 Woodland Avenue, Lexington ....... Taylor, Charles Wesley, 208 E. Cross Street, Greenville .... Taylor, Elizabeth Venable, 905 Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss. ............................,.............,..................... 61, Taylor, Hazel Juliet, Mlllstone ......................................,...,.,,... Taylor, Helen June, Mlllstone ...................................,....,..,.,..... Taylor, Marjorie Jameson, 323 E. Pleasant, Cynthlana... Taylor, Maureen Arthur, 112 Hlltonla Park, Lexington ...................................... L ............................. 61, 148, Taylor, Nancy Ellen, 112 Cherokee Park, Lexington .,.. 61, Taylor, Ralph Maurice, Bagdad .................,.,..........................,... TePas, Isabel, 2102 Mlcklethwalte Road, Portsmouth, Ohlo ,..................... ...................,...,............,. 6 1, Terry, Carol Jean, 168 Bonnie Brae Dr., Lexington .... 61 Tevls, Betty Jean, 344 High Street, Richmond ........................................ 61, 122, 142, 146, 150 Thomas, Elizabeth Allen, 817 Walker Ave., Paris 154, 155 Thomas. Lucy Jane, R.F.D. 3, Lexington .........................,..... Thomas, Sue Anna, 296 Rosemont Garden, Lexington ,.... Thompson, Dolores Marguerite, Kenvlr ,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,....,...,..,.,,,, Thompson, Evelyn Clark, 1707 Bon Aalre Drive, Lexington .................................................,............,,..,, 48, 119 Thompson, Marie Hord, 1608 Bon Aire Drlve, Lexington, Thompson, Polly Alberta, 408 32nd Street, Ashland .... 61 Thompson, Thelma Lucille, Sadievllle ............................ 48 Thornton, Mary Lawton, R.F.D. 4, Owenton, Ky. ..,....... . 176 195 182 132 156 180 143 136 61 1144 61 176 176 61 Tlnder, Margaret, 518 Shelby Street, Frankfort ......,., ..... 1 80 Tlngle, Robert Jackson, Bedford .............,...........................,....... . 104 Tinley, Ida Jean, 518 Kentucky Avenue, Plnevllle ...... 48 176 Tlpton, Clyde Raymond, Erlanger .............,................................ 195 Titsworth, Dorothy Pauline, Kevll ....,................,.......,............. 188 Toll, Nancy Fillmore, 421 S. Main. Lawrenceburg ........... 61 Tolllver, Vlrglnla H., Fulton .......................................,.,..,..,. 118 110 Toy, Eulene, Corinth, R.F.D. 3 .........,.......,.............,...................... 48 Trlbble, Allce Jane, 316 Glyndon, Richmond ....... ....,. 6 1 176 Tucker. Ann Overstreet. Parksvllle. ......................................... 184 Turck, Lorraine. 25 East 67th, New York Clty. N. Y ................................. 147, 154. 155, 174 Turner, Edith Mae, Danville ........................................................ 48 Turner, George Rcdmon, Jr., 211 Arlington Avenue, Lexington ...... ............................................................. 6 1, 105, 196 Turner, Violet Louise, Drift ,.............. ............................................ 6 1 Tuttle, Bettie Jane, 446 Rose Lane, Lexington .................... 143 Tuttle, Polly Ann, Pala Maul, Honolulu, T. H ..................... 176 Tutwiler, Alicia Watchorn, Mt. Hope, W. Vu .......,,............... 182 Tyler. Jessee Stokes, 116 Conn Terrace, Lexington ............ 49 V Van I-Iorn. Maynard Duane, Jr., 246 S. Limestone. Lexington .. ,...................................,....... 82, 105, 123, 129, 131 Van Santvoord, Carolyn Virginia, 221 Barnard Road, Larchmont, N. Y ........ ............... . ..... ......... .........., . . 186 Vlllesvlk, Margie Lee, 2425 Seneca Dr., Loulsvlllc.. 48, 108, 180 Vlolette, John Austin, 1806 Dixie Highway, Lebanon. 123, 143 W Wade. Dorothy Elizabeth, 302 College Street, Lebanon ..... 182 Wade, Freda, 1841 Roanoke, Louisville ..............,............,., ..... 1 88 Wagner, Anna Mary, 105 W. Cedar Avenue, Webster Groves, M0 ...........................,.......,............. 49, 108, 176 Wagner, Blanche Marie, 101 Wilson Court, Huntington, W. Va .................................................................... 176 Walker, Mrs. Carolyn Montgomery, Maple Avenue, Lancaster ............................................................................ 143 180 Walker, Richard Edward, 309 Logan Street, Frankfort..- 194 Wallingford, Janet. 37 Maple Avenue, Covington ..,............. 138 Walters, Barbara Jean, 102 Adair, Shelbyville ...................... 182 Waltman, Betty Paige, 109 Shawnee Place, Lexington.. 49, 178 Walton, Vlrglnla Lee, 207 Rlverslde Pkway., Ft. Thomas .... 174 Ward, Barbara Hicks. Suxnmersvllle, W. Va ...........,.............. 174 Ward, Joe Marshall, 112 N. 14th Street, Murray ......... ...... 1 47 Ward, Martha Lee, Munfordvllle .................................... ...... 1 17 Ward, Peggy, Inez .............................,.....................,........................ 174 Warren, Juanita, Greensburg ...................................................... 184 Watkins, Margaret Elane, 816 Sunset Drive, Lexington .... 176 Watkins, Phyllis Ann, 103 Elmarch Avenue, Cynthlana .....,...........................................,................ 113, 154, 176 Watts, Henrietta Douglass, R.F.D. 1, Harrodsburg .............. 62 Wayman, Jean Adelyn, 304 Wellington Drlve, Richmond .... 178 Weller, Martha Louise, 201 Lackawanna Road, Lexington ............................................................................ 49, 132 Wells, J. Clinton, 1421 Columbia Road, N.W.. Washington, D. C ....................................................... ......... 1 95 Wenstrup, Marjean Davis, 796 Wakefleld Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio ......................................,...........,......... 154, 182 PEHSUHHL INDEX Wharton, Margaret Julia, 235 Queensway Drive, Lexington .................................,....... - .................,....... 62, 143, 188 Whlcker, Gene Allen, 1306 Fontalne Road, Lexington .....,..,......................,..............,.,,,. 65, '19, 123, 131, 132 Whlte, Eugene Kelth, Jr., Owensboro ...,.........,....,. 105, 145, 195 White, Kaye P.. Buechel ............................................,............... 49, 82 Whitehead, William Ashley, Falmouth ...,.................,,............. 191 Whitehouse, Mary Josephlne, 148 Cherokee Park, Lexington ........,........................,,,......,......,.........,..............,. 49, 119 Whlteslde, Margaret Anne, 600 E. Main St., Lexington .... 180 Whitley, James Robert, Majestic .,.....,................,............,.. 62, 192 Wlckllfle. Frances Crutchneld. Hopkinsville Street, Henderson .............,.............,..............,..,....................,................. 182 Wickllffe, Mary Lee, Greenville.. ..........,.,......,......,..,................. 182 Wlgglnton, Jane Belwood, Taylorsvllle ........,.,....,............ 49,182 Wlldc, Ruth Helen, 5 Beech Drlve, Covington ..............,..... 184 Wllhoyte, Frances Loulse, Prospect .A..,.............,............. 116,154 Williams, Eloise, Graham Street, Prestonsburg .... 49, 184, 190 Wllmott, George Fletcher, Jr., R.F.D. 6, Lexington .,.......... 192 Wlllmott, Grace Kennedy, R.F.D. 8. Lexlngton .... ,........ 6 2, 184 Wilson, Emlly Davis. W. Sixth Street, Russellville .......,,... 62 Wilson, Fannie Jeanette, Box 225, McDonough, Ga ........... 117 Wllson, Martin Gaiden, 531 Grlmth Avenue, Owensboro.. 191 Wllson, Roberta Lee, 531 Griffith Avenue, Owensboro .....................,......,,.................................... 62, 108, 164 Winters, Barbara Frankel, 234 W. Second, Paris .......,........ 49 Wlreman, Jean Carroll, Perry Street, Louisa .............. 50, 176 Wise, Lllllan Mansneld, 344 Maple Avenue, Danville ........ 174 Witherspoon, Mary Lou, R.F.D. 1, Lawrenceburg .........,.... 182 Wood, James Lee, Jr., 113 Austin Avenue, Beckley, W. Va ......... Q ....................................................... 123, 195 Wood, Jean, Milton ...........................,,...............,............................. 174 Wood, Mary Charles, 254 Irvine Road, Lexington ..,.,......... 50 Woolum, Betty Jo, 351 Linden Walk, Lexington ....... .... - . 155 S Wootten, Bonnie Jane, 114 Clay Avenue, Lexington .,...... Word, Dorothy Leigh. R.F.D. 1, Oak Grove .................. 50, Word, Martha Ann, R.F.D. 1, Oak Grove .......................,...... Wrench, Kathleen June, 136 Preston Avenue, Lexington .... Wright, Elizabeth Lee, 331 N. Maysvllle, Mt. Sterling.. 62, Wyant, Marjorle Zae, 162 Bonnie Brac Drive, Lexington ..., Wylle, Jean Wood, 419 Bell Avenue, Nlcholasvlllc ........ 62, Y Yager, Betty Bradford, 2887 Rledllng Drive, Louisville ........,...............,............................................. 62, 90. Yates, Marian, 140 Kentucky Avenue, Lexington .............. .......... ,......,.... . . .,............ 5 0, 82, 114, 156, Yates, Martha Lawrence, 140 Kentucky Ave., Lexington.. York, Edna Florlne, 924 N. Ft. Thomas Ave.. Ft. Thomas.. Young. Emily Jane, 202 Tahoma Road, Lexington ......., 62, Young, John Hughes, 202 Tahoma Rd., Lexington ...... 123, Young, Marianna, 210 Cedar, Providence ......................,.,....... Young, Mary Elizabeth, 803 Woodlawn Avenue, Beckley, W. 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