University of Montevallo - Montage Technala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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EX LIB JUS . T] TE C H N ALA A f-o rif Wl r, QJrih SgJ O N fENTS » • « Episode Two « Episode Three ♦ OI « « ♦ • «••«« 3E PREFACE n amber stars give to ti dawn — ht on — i of ing souls ■t of your gh your . to touch the poles dream — and dream — 1 on! one shori J dreams are th F O R.E W O P ,D to face with ii irit long your ma et — gan song lied, or tli ■ ream th m ' ' fzysrs i .1 ' c • ffi Dedic IV ' fc riON Jrma Baynea 1930 V They, like us, in a world of fabric, spun their dreams in slender cords; as do we, they reared their little buoys of ideality upon the rocks of practicality; and as we think, so did they wind their thoughts and dreams indistinguishably . oAnd may we, like them, find our last awakening leaving the world a lovelier world for having had our dreams • within its sphere. THE COLLEGE Dream of long ago Assyria — In the davJn of manhood ' s climb — Then turn to thoughts of )our oWn college And dream it into the future. ! ' ■■...■■■ ' ' ' .. ' : . ' _■ " :.. " .. .-. 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Ul4UllUtUi-(-t.l.tttti-ietU r4ttt 4 ett Joard of Trustees His Excellency, B. M. Miller, Governor of Alabama President, ex-Offieio A. F. Harman Stale Superintendent of Education, ex-Offieio John T. Cochrane . . . James B. Ellis Alto V. Lee Mrs. W. B. Peebles . . Mrs. J. Brevard Jones . . . First District Mobile, Ala. . . Fourth District Selma, Ala. . Seventh District Gadsden, Ala. . . Tenth District Aliceville, Ala. . . Second District Montgomery, Ala. W. D. Graves Fifth District Alexander City, Ala. J. E. Delony Eiglilh District Tuscumbia, Ala. William H. Tavloe State at Large Uniontown, Ala. Mrs. A. Y. Malone Third District Dothan, Ala. Fred Fite Ninth District Birmingham, Ala. L. Sevier State at Large Birmingham, Ala. E. H. Wills Secretary Montevallo, Ala. E. S. Lyman Treasurer Montevallo, Ala. John R. Pill Land Agent Birmingham, Ala. icers lustration O. C. Carmichael President T. II. Napier Dean of College E. H. Wills Registrar and Business Manager Minnie L. Steckel Student Counselor H. W. James Director of School of Education II. 1). LeBaron Director of School of Music Willena A. Peck Resident Physician Fanny Taber Librarian s Agriculture and Biology Mr. C. G. Sharp Art Miss Minna Beck Chemistry and Pliysics Mr. W. J. Kennerly Education Dr. H. W. James English Dr. A. W. VAUGHAN History Dr. Hallie Farmer Home Economics Miss Margaret Edwards Latin Mr. T. P. Chalker Mathematics Dr. Ward H. Taylor Modern Languages Mr. J. S. Ward Music Mr. H. D. LeBaron Physical Education Miss Alfreda Mossckop Religious Education Dr. P. H. Carmichael Psychology Dr. T. H. Napier Secretarial ... Miss Lelah Browxfield Sociology Miss Myrtle Brooke Speech Miss Ellen Gould Ler J. W. Bailey " Manager of College Farm Mrs. Louise Coleman Matron Ramsey Hall O. B. Cooper Engineer Mrs. J. K. Harris House Director Pattie Hayney issistant in Registrar ' s Office Roberta Hays issistant Librarian Virginia Hendrick issistant Registrar Anna Irvtn Food Supervisor Ibbie Jones Assistant Food Supervisor W. M. Jones-Williams Electrician Annie Mary Jones-Williams Secretary to Mr. Anderson Annie Laura Killincsworth Nurse MattIE Lee Bookkeeper Georgie Leeper Manager Supply Store C. H. MaHaffey ' Manager Laundry Marvin Mallory ' Secretary to the President Susie Marshall Secretary to the Dean Ruby " Martin Secretary to Student Counselor Mrs. Nora Reynolds Social Director Flora B. Surles Publicity Secretary Dorothy ' Suter issistant Librarian Elizabeth Taliaferro issistant Librarian Ollie Tillman Nurse Nelle Walker Secretary to the School of Education Mrs. J. M. Wallace Matron Hanson Hall 23 Art Miss Edith Mae Brisac Miss Mary E. MacMillan Miss Mayo Rees Biology Miss Helen Blackiston Miss Jane Tobie Chemistry and Physics Miss Mary G. Decker Miss Alice Duschak Mr. A. C. Anderson- Mr. T. P. Chalker Miss Olivia Lawson Education Dr. M. L. Orr Mr. J. I. Riddle Dr. Minnie L. Steckel English Dr. Leah Dennis Miss Eva Olivia Golson Miss Eloise Meroney Miss Virginia Newton Mrs. W. P. Rand Miss Willie Lee Reaves Miss Archer Sims Dr. W. H. Trumbauer History Dr. Grace Givin Miss Lorraine Peter Miss Mary E. McWilliams Dr. Eva Swantner Miss Jennie Sloan Home Economics Miss Lillie Burleson Miss Garnet Searle Miss Annie Carmichael Miss Ruby Simpson Mrs. Pearl Crawford Miss Alice Stribling Miss Josephine Eddy Miss Blanche Tansil Miss Annie Kemp Miss Nellie White Mrs. Lila W. Pfautz Miss Elizabeth Wiley Library Science Miss Greta Lagro ' (Continued) Mathematics Miss Maude Willey Modern Languages Miss Melba Griffin Dr. Lorraine Pierson Miss Marion Hall Miss Elizabeth Stockton Music Mrs. Guy L. Chamberlin Miss Katherine Farrah Miss Polly Gibbs Miss Augusta Hardin Miss Henrica Jones Mr. C. B. Richmond Miss Ina L. Strom Miss Mary V. Zielinski Mr. Miecislaw Ziolkowski Physical Education Miss Dorothy Flint Miss Edythe Saylor Miss Margaret Grayson Miss Josephine Tyler Psychology Dr. Marie Hackl Means Dr. Katherine Vickery Religious Education Dr. P. H. Carmichael Secretarial Mrs. Luella Grissom Mr. E. H. Wills Sociology Miss Katherine Fleming Miss Kate Fulton Mr. J. R. Steelman Speech Miss Helen Osband = s M. L. Orr, Director Practice Sclwoh Senior High School J. L. Appleton, Principal Lillian - Barksdale Vivian Cobb Mamie Braswell Leon Hicks Vinnie Lee Walker Junior High School Rizpah Dudley, Principal Hazel Coke Elizabeth Tutwiler Elementary School Ethel Harris Mrs. Charlotte Peterson Lucie Hood Lela Wade Rice Mrs. George Jackson Sadie M. Weir Rosa Lee Wells a6 THE CLASSES Drifting back to subtle Persia Dreaming vtfhat the must ha e knovCn Compared to opportunities We meet each hour each day. COLLEGE NIGHT LEADERS, 1931 Leaders Belle McCall Hart, Purple Dora Little, Gold Assistants Rachel Broadnax, Purple Dorothy Kitchens, Gold ege Night Surely for two such ordinary words there should be some plausible explanation, but for all the intangibility and ineffable ecstasy conjured up in the hearts of those who really know College Night as it is, words only border on the edge and tremble inadequately. The Purple and the Gold forever! It is when these two diverge for a time and merge again more glowingly than ever before that those of lesser faith grow strong and glory in the love and faith and loyalty that is embodied in us through our Alma Mater, Alabama College. 29 Junior Class Officers Sarah Matthews .... President Ruth Ford J ' ice-Presidcnt Mary Toler Howard. . .Secretary Bido Pi ' RVis Treasurer- Executive Board Representatives Dorothy King Hasseltine Stallworth lucile p0w 7 ell Athletic Board Representative Izell Brown Senior Class Officers Grace Chester President Mary Combs lice-President BETHANY SHARMAN .... Secretary Inamurl Smith Treasurer Executive Board Representatives Lucy McCormack Kate Sabotka Rebecca Hvbart Oleene Garrett Athletic Board Representative Jeannette Brock Sophomore Class Officers Emily Lixch President Esther Lacev .... Vice-President Margaret Poixdexter. . . Secretary Emma Enslyn Robixsox . Treasurer Executive Board Representatives Lucy Lee Pruett Louise Ellis Athletic Board Representative Sue Beech Garrex Freslimae Class Officers Margaret Coley President Effie Cowan .... Vice-President EVELYN DENSOX Secretary Billie Simms Treasurer Executive Board Representative Ann Lovil 31 (jr Is this, then, the last culled dream From out their store? Are there not more Of these gaunt wisps, half starved, half baked — Or have they from their last wan dream awaked To dream no more? Nor time nor man can tether dreams. 32 SENIORS }od jiity them that have no knowledge — God ftity them who think they know what they know not — God bless a thousand times the fools there are who, knowing they know noth- m, know a lot! 33 Lucile Alexander B.S. Tall spires — where ancient beauty fires The muses ' lyres — And all for the sake of study. Marie Amos B.S. KEEKER Junior League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; Social Serv- ice Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; B. S. U. Council, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. Peace and quiet — after life ' s riot — And a dainty diet For old folks the ivorld has forgotten. Sara Barnett SELMA Cottage white — and a star pieced night- Jl ' aning light On domesticity incarnate. a© Senior Class Mattie Barton b.s. A crowded bar — a cold, proud star- Things as they are — And her — she ' s the best of lawyers. Mary Catherine Bowerman b.s. BLOUNTSVILLE Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31 ; Junior League of Wo- men Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; A. C. Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; Baseball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Hockey Team, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Volley Ball, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30. Small town school — with rigorous rule — Nobody ' s fool This propagator of knowledge. Jeannette Brock B.S. ANNISTON 1 Senate, ' 28; Class Basketball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Class Hockey, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Class Baseball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Athletic Board, ' 28, ' 29, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29; A. C. Club, ' 28; Technala Staff, ' 29; Secretarial Club ' 28. Apartment small — friend to all — A mighty brawl Of gaiety in foreign realms. Senior Class Rachel Meriwether Brodnax b.s. Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30, ' 31 ; Secretary Physical Educa- tion Club, ' 29; Life Saving Corps, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Dra- matic Club Play, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Little Theatre Plays, ' 30; Class Athletics, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; President Ath- letic Association, ' 31; President Freshman Class, ' 28; Vice-President Sophomore Class, ' 29; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Class Cheer Leader, ' 30, ' 31; Vice-Presi- dent Castalian Club, ' 28; Athletic Board, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 28, ' 31 ; Senate, ' 28, ' 29; Art Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Alabama Players, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Ala- hamian Staff, ' 28, ' 31 ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 30; Phys- ical Education Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. European — aeon on aeon Of gracious mien — 5 ears in a foreign country. Meredith Bullock a.b. Calkins Music Club, ' 28, ' 29; B. S. U. Council, ' 30, ' 31; English Club, ' 30, ' 31; Secretary Y. W. C. A., ' 31 ; Secretary English Club, ' 31. A saucy hat — a playful cat — Just that To live alone in quietude. Avis Elizabeth Caddell b.s. BRENT Reporter Y. W. C. A., ' 28; Class Baseball, ' 29, ' 30; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31 ; Class Volley Ball, ' 28, ' 29. Silver lace — and a snowy face By a fireside place For a grandmother of eleven. Julia Allen Campbell B.M. MONTGOMERY Entered, ' 28; Glee Club, ' 30, ' 31; Calkins Music Club ' 3°. ' 3 1 - Singing — singing and bringing Ceaseless ringing Of ecstacy to all who hear. Maurine Cantrell A.B. BIRMINGHAM Birmingham-Southern College, ' 28; Athens College, ' 29; Honor Roll Summer, ' 30; Student Senate, ' 31; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31. Her own library is necessary To make stationery Her lifelong aspiration. Dora Carpenter A.B. NEW HOPE Elementary Council, ' 30, ' 31 ; Secretary and Treasurer Elementary Council, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 30; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 31 ; Student Senate, ' 31 ; Glee Club, ' 31. Blue and green — black hair sheen Primeval scene Of little ignorant Indians. Senior Class Lucy Causey B.S. Shelves of goods — appetizing foods For buyer ' s moods — The little ivayside store. Rubie E. Chandler B.S. ANDALUSIA Volley Ball Team, ' 28. ' 29, ' 31 ; Basketball Team, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Hockey Team, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Baseball Team, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Track, ' 28, ' 29; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 30; Treasurer, Student Senate, ' 29; Senate, ' 3r ; Councillor Hockey, ' 29; Secretary Athletic Board, ' 30; Vice-President Athletic Board, ' 31 ; Physical Education Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Vice-President Physical Edu- cation Club, ' 29. All types of sports and all their courts Of all sorts Be hers to make her life her oiun — Mary Frances Chappell a.b. ALEXANDER CITY Monkeys on sticks — white stone bricks- No cuffs or kicks From fate — She ' s a home of her ozvn. Grace Chester B.S. CAMP HILL Reporter Beta Sigma Delta Club, ' 29; Treasurer Beta Sigma Delta Club, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Stu- dent Senate, ' 30; Home Economics Club, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 31 ; Kappa Delta Pi, ' 31 ; Presi- dent Senior Class, ' 31. A fishing camp — love by a lamp — Sun or damp Her life is but to make his one of joy. Josephine Chairsell Coble B.S. BIRMINGHAM Designed Costumes College Theatre, ' 29; College Night Costumes, ' 30; Social Service Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Presi- dent Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31 ; President ' s Coun- cil, ' 30, ' 31 ; League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; Sum- mer School Play, ' 30; Usher, ' 30, ' 31. Kind physician — splendid position — - A dietitian ' Mid rooms of high, white beds. Minnie Cofield a.b. DELTA Entered, ' 29; Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30; Vice-President Sen- ate, ' 30, ' 31 ; English Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; Elementary Coun- cil, ' 30, ' 31. A crayon train on the window pane — Shine or rain She faces her juvenile group and smiles. Rubye Lee Collins B.S. Baseball, ' 28, ' 29; Volley Ball, ' 29, ' 30; Hockey, ' 28, ' 29 ; Alpha Kappa Gamma ; House President Ramsey, ' 30, ' 31; Summer School Play, ' 30; Honor Board, ' 30, Sedate and prim — still, vigor and vim — The inorning hymn In a nursery school full of youngsters. Mary Combs a.b. Executive Board, ' 28, ' 29; Chairman Honor Commit- tee, ' 28; President ' s Council, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary of Legislature, ' 29; President Kappa Sigma Phi, ' 29, ' 30; President C. C. C, ' 30; Vice-President Class, ' 30, ' 31; Program Committee of Junior League. Roads of gravel sloiu ' unravel To years of travel If here aeons seem but years. Mary Jo Cook a.b. ROANOKE Superb poise — abhorrence of noise- And boys! Behold the dean of women! eior Evelyn Davis ANNISTON Point d ' esprit — and pekoe tea — Beautifully Draped and tucked the rooms of her home are Mary Elizabeth Davis PRATTVILLE Children tivain — once and again— Rain — rain, With lots and lots of sunshine, too Sara Virginia Dickey a.b. CALHOUN Sophomore and Junior Year at Troy; Member of Stu dent Counci Guiding hands — tender demands — She understands What constitutes a professor. Senior Class Martha Dickinson A.B. EVERGREEN Glee Club, ' 31; Judson College, ' 27; English Club, ' 30, ' 31; Elementary Council, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Junior Play; College Theatre Play; Vice-President Y. W. C. A., ' 30. Slim and neat — unusually siveet — Small feet To tread so very far to tutor ' s fame. Mary Dowell A.B. MACON, GEORGIA A long, long slump — a forward jump — - A fated bump And her father is proud of his daughter. Lois Eich A.B. FORT DAVIS Crossing ways — a turquoise daze In a maze Of oriental custom and tradition. Senior Class Anna Ekwurzel b.s. Art Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Vice-President Art Club, ' 30; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 30; President Beta Sigma Delta Club, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 31. Green ivaters curled about a world That lies unfurled For her in ceaseless travel. Ruth Fant B.S. BIRMINGHAM Home Economics Club, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary-Treasurer of Home Economics Club; Basketball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30; Life Saver, ' 29, ' 30. Cups of tea — and a dreamy sea Rcsplendently Luring aicay from a borne hearth. Mabelle Finch B.S. ALBERTA Executive Board, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31. Domestic art — a sugared tart. A singing heart — All this she ' ll teach to others. Belva Floyd B.S. Kappa Sigma Phi Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Vice-Presi- dent Kappa Sigma Phi Club, ' 31 ; Athletics, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30. Fields of ivheat — good things to eat — A long retreat To domesticity from tuorldliness. Evelyn Reynolds Fulford B.S. BIRMINGHAM Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Vice-President Castalian Club, ' 29, President, ' 30, ' 31 ; President Dramatic Club, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 30, ' 31; Senate, ' 28, ' 31; Business Manager Technala, ' 31 ; Advertising Man- ager Alabamian, ' 29; Volley Ball, ' 29; Dramatic Club Plays, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Little Theatre Plays, ' 30, ' 31; Life Saver, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Orchestra, ' 29, ' 30. Sunset hair — a millionaire For her fated share — That is — if she doesn ' t fall in love. Frances Clisby Fuller a.b. MONTGOMERY Secretary of Freshman Class, ' 28; Calkins Music Club, ' 28; Secretary of Sophomore Class, ' 29; Life Saver, ' 28, ' 29; Secretary Elementary Council, ' 28, ' 29; Student Senate, ' 29, ' 30; Orchestra, ' 29, ' 30; President ' s Coun- cil, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; President of Elementary Council, ' 29, ' 30; President of Student Senate, ' 31; Reporter for Elementary Council, ' 28, ' 29. Children, too — in frocks of blue — ■ They fast undo Her every effort to teach them A.B.C ' t. ft M Senior Class Carolyn Fussell A.B. DECATUR Vice-President Philomathic Club, ' 30; President Philo- mathic Club, ' 31 ; President ' s Council, ' 31. Beauty — beauty — that leaves no door for duty — Cupid ' s booty For one or five or more. Oleene Garrett A.B. PINE APPLE Student Senate, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Mathematics Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; President of Mathematics Club, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 30, ' 31 ; House President of Han- son, ' 30; Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30, ' 31; Vice-President Kappa Delta Pi, ' 31; President Methodist Students ' Religious Council, ' 31 ; Executive Board, ' 31 ; Class Vol- ley Ball, ' 30, ' 31 ; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. Trim rows — a heart that grows — And a mind that knows What it teaches — Annie Lillian Godfrey B.S. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Volley Ball Team, ' 28, ' 29; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Senate, ' 30, ' 31 ; B. S. U. Council, ' 30, ' 31 ; Senior Home Economics Club, ' 30, ' 31; Out-of-State Club, ' 29, ' 30, V- A calm bayou in its frame of blue And a love for two Topping the waves ' last ripple. m Senior Class Emaleen Graham PRATTVILLE Mirthful laughter — trembling the rafter A moment after — Always mirth — and joy — for her. Mary Helen Gwin TENSAW A floating log — or a diving frog — Catalog For all her aquatic accomplishments. Agnes Harper b.m. Life Saving Corps, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Glee Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Elementary Council, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Music Club, ' 30. Paint a ivall — paper a hall — Tints that enthrall — Decorations for the interior — B a Oil Senior Class Belle McColl Hart b.m. SELMA Her name — in boundless fame The same In all the universe of music. Mary Claire Hayes a.b. THOMASVILLK Chi Delta Phi, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; English Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; President Eng ish Club, ' 30; Math. Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30 ' 31 ; A. C. Club, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29. Volumes bound in bookshops found All around Because her beaten track came of her pen. Nelle Hendon a.b. A tall airgrette — and a cigarette And a tiger pet — Luxury — wealth — more luxury. ST Senior Class Sara Holbrook ajr. President V. W. A., ' 29; B. S. U. Council, ' 29, ' 30; English Club, ' 30, ' 31; Little Theatre Play, ' 31; Hall Chairman, ' 31. Desire to teach — a year of speech — Then the age-old reach For old-age company. Kathaleen Hooton A.B. ASHLAND Honor Roll, ' 28; Phi Delta Sigma Club, ' 28; Presi- dent Phi Delta Sigma Club, ' 29; Secretary-Treasurer Phi Delta Sigma, ' 30; Art Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Eng- lish Club, ' 29, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 29. Teaching, teaching — preaching, preaching — - Reaching Forever for the whereivithal — LURLENE HOWLE A.B. H1CHTOWER Junior League Women Voters, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Vice-Presi- dent Junior League Women Voters, ' 31 ; Volley Ball, ' 30; Baseball, ' 31, Children — a crowd — and laughing loud — Nor ever boiued By entertaining her children. Mattie Hunt b.s. VINCENT Honor Roll, ' 28; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31; Art Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. 71 ten — men — over and over again — ' Til ten At least mend broken heart pieces. i 1 Mary Rebecca Hybart a.b. Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 31 ; President of Junior League of Women Voters, ' 29, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 29, ' 30; Executive Board, ' 30, ' 31 ; Senior Basketball, ' 30. History — one year or three Taught beautifully To appreciative children. Hazel Clark Jackson B.S. DEATSVILLE A. C. Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Physical Education Club, ' 3°i ' 3 1 I Alabama Players, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Tennis, ' 28; Volley Ball, ' 29, ' 30, ' 3t ; Hockey, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Basketball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Swimming, ' 28, ' 29; Track, ' 29; College Night, ' 28, ' 29; Life Saving Corps, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Baseball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 3r ; College Theatre Play, ' 29. Silver sea Foam — the lust to roam — Then home For her and another. Senior Class Esther Kendrick a.b. MCCALLA B. S. U. Council, ' 28, ' 29; League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31. Ambition — all else to perdition — Position Is ivhat her ivill has claimed as hers. Berta Kirkpatrick B.S. NEW CASTLE Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Senate, ' 29, ' 30; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31 ; Social Service Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Secretary-Treasurer Social Service Club, ' 31. A niter tea — and children three — Dutifully She fondles her family and home. Mary Nell Lewis a.b. MOXTEVALLO Glee Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Advertising Manager Glee Club, ' 30; President Glee Club, ' 31; Elementary Coun- cil, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary-Treasurer Elementary Council, ' 30; English Club, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 31; As- sistant Editor of Alabamian, ' 31 ; Senate Summer School, ' 29. Scattered pinks — and pale, iced drinks — She thinks All day concerning what her friends like. G »eeior Jean Isabel Liston a.b. Flora Macdonald College, ' 29; Honor Roll, Summer, ' 29; President V. V., Summer ' 30; Honor Board, Sum- mer ' 30; Presbyterian Council, ' 31; Basketball, ' 31. French — and the unforgivable stench Of the trench Described in her world war history. Minnie Lee Littleton b.s. BLOUNTSVILLE Honor Rol 1 , Summer ' 30; Volley Ball Team, Home Economics Club. Nice and hot — eat a lot — From a pot Of steaming hot dogs. Lucy McCormack B.S. FALKERVILLE Executive Board, Summer ' 28 ; Executive Board, ' 30, ' 31; Vice-President Executive Board, Summer ' 30; Class Play Cast, ' 30; Assistant Librarian, ' 30, ' 31; Junior Home Economics Club, ' 30, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 30; Secretary Methodist Student Council, ' 29. A ivedding gown — a painted town — Soft as doivn Her path toivard matrimony. eeior Class Annie McCree b.s. DADEVILLE Anfractuous lines — and lacey pines- She twines Them all into painted rhythm — - Madeline Martin b.m. PELL CITY A symphony — or two or three From a balcony The artist, breathless, listens. Mildred Mears a.b. Ohatchee Path over hill — and a whiskey still- A little rill — Conducive to adventure. M , M Senior Class Nolan Meroney a.b. VERBENA Little gray ford — and a class not bored Encored, This teacher of English. Irene Merriwether b.s. Volley Ball Team, ' 28, ' 29, ' 31 ; Baseball Team, ' 28, ' 29 Tennis Team, ' 29; Life Saving, ' 28; Examiner, ' 29 ' 30, ' 31; A. C. Club, ' 31; Alpha Kappa Gamma Club ' 3°i ' 3 1 ! Junior Play, ' 30. A goregous home — and a trip to Rome — And a dome Of stars above her. Kathleen Miller SELMA -and green lace rails Boats with sails- And ocean tales From the Captain — bon voyage! r ci M ass Lucille Millican a.b. BOAZ B. S. U. Council, ' 29, ' 30; Elementary Council, ' 30. Red pepper strings — and grocery springs — A heart that sings Amid box on box of groceries. Nellie Bealle Moore B.S. MOBILE Philomathic Club; Hockey Team, ' 29; Secretary Presi- dent ' s Council, ' 29; Secretarial Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Re- porter of Philomathic Club, ' 29; Technala Staff, ' 28. A tired day — and a dark subway — Marvelous pay For the grinding stenographer. Bess Davis Moorer a.b. BESSEMER Elementary Council ; Junior League of Women Voters. Asphodel — where immortals dwell — So they tell — These adumbrate murmurings. s ft Marjorie Moss a.b. An open book — a soothing look — A shady nook — Whatever it takes to make home for him Grace Motley BIRMINGHAM Silent ivife — gold carving knife- No strife In the home she graces — Elizabeth Mullen a.b. MONTGOMERY Art Club, ' 30, ' 31; Freshman Finance Committee, ' 27; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 30. Pages and pages — the fools and the sages — Of all ages — Wrapped in the leaves of her books — • S. Evelyn Nelson a.b. DAPHNE Junior League of Women Voters, ' 28, ley Ball, ' 30, ' 31 ; Baseball, ' 30, ' 31 Hockey, ' 31. ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Vol- Basketball, ' 31 ; Gypsy call — and a waterfall — And a braiul Of exquisite song to quicken the lure — Alice Sinclair Nettles a.b. MONROEVILLE Secretary Philomathic Club, ' 31; Alabama Players, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; President Alabama Players, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 31; Senate, ' 31; English Club, ' 30, ' 31. A darkened stage — a headlined page — Fool and sage Alike proclaim her emotional splendor. Edith Nettles a.b. TUNNEL SPRINGS Council Member of B. S. U., ' 28, ' 29; Honor Board Summer School, ' 29; Elementary Council, ' 30, ' 31; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 31; Glee Club, ' 30, ' 3 ' - A farm — sheltered from all worldly harm — Alarm The last thing in the world in her quietude — Senior Class Julia Nettles b.s. TUNNEL SPRINGS Art Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Secretary-Treasurer Art Club, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30, ' 31; Senate, ' 31; Basketball, ' 31; Technai.a Staff, ' 31. Pastey leaves — in crisp sheaves — An eye conceives ft " hat hands dash down in color. LlLA NOLEN B.S. ALEXANDER CITY Circulation Manager Aiabamian, ' 28; Class Cheer Leader, ' 29, ' 30; President Physical Education Club, ' 30 ; President ' s Council, ' 30; Secretary-Treasurer Class, ' 30; Hockey Team, ' 28, ' 29; Baseball, ' 28, ' 29; Volley Ball, ' 28, ' 29; Cast " Loose Ankles, " ' 30. Shining pots — and forget-me-nots In garden plots Out behind a gleaming kitchen. AziL NORRIS B.S. A Ph.D. — an occasional sp Then the home Ec. tea For remaining time. Senior Class Marie Northrup b.s. GREENSBORO Presbyterian Student Council, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Secre- tary of Presbyterian Student Council, ' 30, ' 31 ; Student Senate, ' 30, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 30; Home Economics Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. Pine ivood fires — and cool desires For stringed lyres That sing a sonnet of love. Evelyn McCaghren Norton a.b. BIRMINGHAM Scribbler ' s Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Art Club, ' 30, ' 31 : Glee Club, ' 28, ' 29; Cast of " Beggar on Horseback, ' ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30; Joke Editor Technala, ' 31. Desk, high piled — ivords high styled — Mien mild For an author of so great note — Dorothy Parker a.b. COLUMBIANA Secretary Phi ' omathic Club, ' 28, ' 29; Student Senate, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; English Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 29, ' 30. A tinkle — a golden brown crinkle — A wrinkle That comes with too much smiling. B CIS 1 Senior Class Evelyn Pearson b.m. PELL CITY Kappa Delta Pi; Music Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Secre- tary Music Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; Glee Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Sen- ate, ' 29, ' 3c, ' 31 ; Life Saving Corp , ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Bas- ketball, ' 30; Y. W. C. A. Pianist, ' 30, ' 31 ; Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31. Choppy tunes — vacation Junes — A dessert of prunes — The conservatory graduate! Stella Peoples B.S. HAMILTON Baseball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Dramatic Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Dramatic Club Play, ' 3t ; Junior Play; Summer School Play, ' 28; Executive Board, Summer ' 28; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 31 ; Life Saver, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Social Service Club, ' 31; Student Volunteer, ' 30, ' 31; Tennis Team, ' 30. White iced cakes — and sparkly lakes — A heart that breaks From over loving the undeserving. Mabel Peters a.b. Eternal slouch — ami a slothful couch- And a vouch For all things left undone. ROSELYN RANDLE PIPER Silver spoons — then a low voice croons- Two honeymoons For the girl with the taffy hair. Jule Reynolds a.b. MONTGOMERY Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30; Hall Chairman, ' 28; Elementary Council, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Vice-President Elementary Coun- cil, ' 29; Reporter Elementary Council, ' 30; Secretary Iota Sigma Tau Club, ' 29; Senate, ' 30; President of President ' s Council, ' 31; Life Saver, ' 28, ' 29; Senior Class Representative Convocation Committee, ' 31 ; Cor- responding Secretary of Kappa Delta Pi, ' 31. Rous upon roivs of little tipped toes — Ruffled clothes Of eager and questing infants. Eloise Rhodes BAY MINETTE A crau ' ling road — and a hearty load- A light that glowed On the faces of ancient travelers. veniior Regina Riley A.B. Executive Board, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary Student Gov- ernment Association, ' 28, ' 29 ; Forensic Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 29, ' 30; Junior League Women Voters, ' 29, ' 30; Presi- dent Methodist Student Religious Council, ' 29; Math. Club; Student Senate, ' 30, ' 31. Plush lined chair — and a bookcase where No prying stare Can desecrate the volumes in her library. Nell Rogers b.s. CAMP HILL A playing child — hair blown wild — Beguiled By the voice and mien of her mother. Mildred Roy B.S. Class Basketball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Class Hockey, ' 28; Class Baseball, ' 29; Alpha Kappa Gamma Club, ' 29, ' 30. Rows of pins — and self pleased grins — And a pattern that ivins For a dress designer. Senior Class Kate Sabotka b.s. HARTSELLE Vice-President Art Club, ' 29, ' 31 ; President Zeta Pi Delta Club, ' 30; Vice-President Class, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 30; Class Cheer Leader, ' 3r ; Executive Board, ' 31; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 3r ; Orchestra, ' 29, ' 30. ' 31. Happiness — the great success That usefulness Produces in human hearts. Bertha Seale a.b. MOUNDV1LLE President Phi Delta Sigma Club, ' 29, ' 3r; President ' s Council, ' 29, ' 3r; Vice-President Phi Delta Sigma Club, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 29; Art Club, ' 30, ' 31. Little red house — nor the sound of a mouse Ambitious espouse The cause of a school marm ivho married — Ruth Scott b.m. Kappa Delta Pi; College Night, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Ala- bama Players, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Glee Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Calkins Music Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Senate, ' 28, ' 29; Orchestra, ' 28, ' 30, ' 31 ; Organist Methodist Church, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; College Cheer Leader, ' 28, ' 29; Business Manager Glee Club, ' 29, ' 30; Athletic Board, ' 28, ' 29; Vice-President Stu- dent Government, ' 29, ' 30; President Student Govern- ment, ' 30- ' 3i ; President ' s Council, ' 30- ' 3i ; Alabamian Staff, ' 28- ' 3o; Student Representative Tuvaluska, ' 30; S. I. A. S. C. North Carolina State College, ' 30; N. S. F. A. Congress, Atlanta, ' 31 ; Methodist Student Coun- cil, ! 29- ' 3o; Plays, " Icebound, " " Lilliom, " " Sun Up, " " Loose Angles, " " Everywoman. " Dignity — and sincerity — With children three In a vivid, poignant life! A flying train in a grayish rain — A window pane That see the world in panorama. Bethany Sharman a.b. ROANOKE Basketball Team, ' 28 ; Secretary Beta Sigma Delta Club, ' 29; President Beta Sigma Delta Club, ' 30; Presi- dent ' s Council, ' 30; Secretary Class, ' 30- ' 3i ; Vice-Presi- dent English Club, ' 31; May Day Representative, ' 29- ' 30. Small tea things — a canary that sings — A love that brings All into four small ivalls. Mary Carolyn Sims b.s. EXSLEY Shiny stoves — cakes speared with cloves Pupils in droves With polish and rags and spices. m senior Julia Smallwood PINE LEVEL ivith a past buried dead- Demanded Co-Ed Nor have it said She we?it to a girls ' school first. Frances Smith B.S. FAIRFAX Volley Ball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Hockey, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Basketball, ' 31; Baseball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Tennis; Swimming; Track; A. C. Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Athletic Board; Camp; Counsellor, ' 30, ' 31; Physical Educa- tion Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; President Physical Educa- tion Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; President Chattahoochee Collegian Club, ' 28, ' 29; President ' s Council, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29; College Night, ' 30; May Day, ' 30; Life Saving Corps, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 3t. Small white cards — and green, sloped sivards — And naught retards Growth of the blooms in her hot houses. Inamurl Smith B.M. ANNISTOK Calkins Music Club, ' 28, ' 29; President Calkins Music Club, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30; Junior Play Cast; Alabama Players, ' 30, Class Basketball, ' 31; Treasurer Senior Class, Senate, ' 31; Little Theatre; Glee Club, ' 29, ' 30, Dormitory — swathed in glory — Actions gory Phase her not — she ' s counsellor! Senior Class Myra Belle Smith b.s. OZARK Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30, ' 31 ; Treasurer Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30; Senate, ' 28, ' 30, ' 31; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Home Economics Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Basketball, ' 29, ' 30; Life Saving, ' 29; President Home Economics Club, Volley Ball, ' 30; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 29, ' 30; President ' s Council, ' 30, ' 31. A sudden change — a broader range And a strange Talkative person who iveds a foreigner. 3°; Velma Smith B.S. CORIN ' TH, MISSISSIPPI Teaching things — a heart that sings And brings The best of its capabilities — Elwyn Snuggs B.S. NEW CASTLE Vice-President V. V. C. A., Summer ' 29; Chairman Ring Committee Senior Class, ' 31 ; Chairman Morning Watch Ramsey, ' 31; Secretarial Club, ' 31; Phi De ' ta Sigma. Eyes shining bright always in sight — Always in right Are the men — three dead husbands. • Lucille Splawn b.s. CE.VTREV1LLE Member Physical Education Club; Class Basketball; Class Baseball, ' 29, ' 30; May Day, ' 30; Purple Hockey Team. A bouncing ball — a childish brawl — Fun for all W ith the little playground teacher. Mittie Elizabeth Sprott SPROTT A long, low car — bound quite afar — j ladagascar — Or — anywhere — just so she ' s going. Lylay Vivian Stanley b.m. HARTFORD Junior League Women Voters, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Volley Ball, ' 28; National Elementary Council, ' 30, ' 31; Del- egate Southern Student Conference Atlanta, Hockey, ' 30; Student Helper Methodist Church, Social Service Club, ' 30, ' 31 ; Chorus, ' 31. Quiet, Quiet — a Spinach diet — A sudden riot Of love and life and gaiety. 3°; ' 3°. 3£ Minnie Lou Stinson CENTER Pressing — always creases stressing — Then messing Up to make more wrinkles to press — Willie Metta Taylor A.B. GULFCREST Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29; Senate, ' 29; Life Saving Corps, ' 29; University of Alabama, ' 30. Paris for her — perfume and fur — Enough to spur Her on to her dreamed of French perfection. Wilma Taylor B.S. HAMILTON Varsity Hockey, ' 28 ; Class Basketball, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30. A little place — and enough more space For a dear face Beloved of her — and gaiety, too. Alma Terry a.b. ASHFORD Summer School Play, ' 29; Honor Board, Summer ' 29; Assistant Librarian, ' 30; League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31. Books and books — and weary looks — Picture hooks — Q uiet voices in her library — Claudia Thombs A.B. Baseball Team, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 30; Junior League Women Voters, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; President Junior League Women Voters, ' 31. Demeanor cool — school and more school — Knowledge will rule Should love jail to find its way. Ouida Thompson b.s. MONTROEVILLE Honor Roll, ' 30; Senior Basketball, ' 30; Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31 ; Junior League Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31. Amulet — and eyes tear ivet — Then forget The past in the enthralling future. Marie B. Turner b.m. ST. STEPHENS Freshman Class Play, ' 25; Glee Club, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26, ' 30 Calkins Music Cub, ' 25, ' 26, ' 30, ' 31; League of Wo men Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; Scribblers Club, ' 30, ' 31. Friends ahvays — and golden days That amaze In their unexpected joyousness — Mary Elizabeth Veitch b.s. BESSEMER Alabama Players, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Forensic Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Student Senate, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; President Secretarial Club, ' 28, ' 29; Sec- retary Secretarial Club, ' 30; Secretary Zeta Pi Delta Club, ' 28, ' 29; Critic Zeta Pi Delta Club, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 28, ' 29; Dramatic Club Play. ' 28, ' 3°t ' 3 1 ! Junior League of Women Voters; Junior Class Play. A merry bounce — flounce after flounce — An ounce Of the ludicrous to tojis of divine in expression. Bracie Vines B.S. CERALDINE A speech — an inspired, exalted reach- To teach The things she believes in sincerely. sjv -S? Bannie Walden A.B. HEADLAND Math Club, ' 30, ' 31. Figures on a board — the high grades scored- Pressing on toward The unknoiun of all that is knoivn. Jimmie Walker B.S. WEST BLOCTON Junior Play Day Leader, ' 30; Class Basketball, ' 29, ' 30; Class Volley Ball, ' 29, ' 30; Class Baseball, ' 30; Class Hockey, ' 30; Tennis Tournament, ' 30; Athletic Board, ' 30; Vice-President Zeta Pi Delta Club, ' 30; Vice- President Physical Education Club, ' 30. Bouncing boys — and Christmas toys — Ahvays joys For quite small children whom she teaches. Catherine Bennette Wallace b.m. WEST POINT, GEORGIA Calkins Music Club, ' 28; Secretary Calkins Music Club, ' 29, ' 30; C. C. C, ' 28, Treasurer, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Glee Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary Y. W. C. A., ' 29; Reporter Kappa Sigma Phi, ' 28; Treasurer Kappa Sigma Phi, ' 29; President Kappa Sigma Phi, ' 30, ' 31; President ' s Council, ' 30, ' 31. Playing — lilting and sivaying — Praying Prayers to Pan for her love of music. fi erf n Clough Wallace a.b. ISABELLA, TENNESSEE Treasurer Philomathic Club, ' 28, ' 29 ; Student Senate, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Secretary Senate, ' 29, ' 30; Business Man- ager of Alabamian, ' 28, ' 29; Honor Roll, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; English Club, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31 ; Junior League Women Voters, ' 29, ' 30; Life Saving Corps, ' 28, ' 29; Examiner, ' 31; Swimming, ' 30; Baseball, ' 30. Prim — always thinking of him — In the interim She writes down ivhat she dreams — Elizabeth Walters TARRANT Dancing — wickedly, joyously prancing- Glancing To discover prim shades of her past. Elizabeth Weldon WILSONVILLE General success — and happiness Keen finesse! From work and play and love. Hermie Whigham B.S. SKIPPERVILLE Student Senate, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30; Phi Delta Sigma Club, ' 27; Glee Club, ' 30; President Kappa Delta Pi, ' 30; Vice-President Phi Delta Sigma, ' 29 ; Secretary-Treasurer, ' 28 ; Class Hockey Team, ' 28 ; Vice-President Home Economics Club, ' 30; Secretary- Treasurer Home Economics Club, ' 28; President ' s Council, ' 30; Honor Roll. A brand new soup — or a new tie loop — Or a cure for the croup — Because she loved home economics. Beulah White b.s. CENTERVILLE Alpha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31; Vice-President A ' pha Kappa Gamma, ' 30, ' 31. Beauty in profile — shades of the Nile — A clean, siceet pile Of dainty linen in a mother ' s boudoir. Martha Lavinia Wilson b.m. MILLERVILLE Glee Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30; Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30; Senate ' 29; Music Club, ' 28, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Little Theatre Cast. ' 29, ' 30; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 2S. Drums — drums — and a future hums — While fate strums Her life away in music. Senior Class Lillian Worley a.b. NEW HOPE Honor Roll, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31; Student Senate, ' 30, ' 31; Junior League of Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; Club Staff .llabamian, ' 31. A tall back fence — surplus sense For self defence — Besides the Mrs. a string of letters. Roberta Wright a.b. GADSDEN- Papers so neat — and a manner discreet To complete The successful business woman. Mary Wright Candle light — and a paling night — Always right In her judgment of people — a housewife Senior Class Bessie Mae Young B.M. ALEXANDER CITY Honor Board, Summer ' 30, ' 31 ; Vice-President Class, Summer ' 30; Senate, ' 31; Junior League Women Voters, ' 30, ' 31 ; House President Ramsey, ' 31 ; Y. W. C. A., ' 30, ' 31. A lazy dog — and a house agog — A sleepy frog In a yard corner — all is gentle apathy — 22S Mildred Young WETUMPKA A county fair — with her classes there All to share In the county demonstration. e JUNIORS (Jhey say it takes a reg lar crook To find another crook — And when the Juniors look and look To find where the Seniors hid that crook They hide each year — The Juniors say, with a funny look, Only a crook could have hidden that crook. ' ' 75 ■ • Junior Class Mildred Allen BIRMINGHAM Charity Armstrong columbia Cecil Ashmore SCOTTSBORO Elizabeth Averyt BIRMINGHAM Margaret Barr birmingham Ethel Barnett MONTGOMERY Evelyn Barnett MONROEVILLE Kathryn Baxter LUVERNE Edna Steele Bell BOLIGEE Sara Blair HARTSELLE 76 Junior Class LaVonne Bouldin SCOTTSBORO I la Merle Brown JASPER Izell Brown BANKS Elizabeth Bullock. GENEVA Ruby Burton PRATTVILLE Margaret Burton calera Norma Burgess BREWTON Dorothy Burks ENSLEY Kathrvn Carroll OZARK Louise Carroll OZARK 77 xl Junior Class Mattie Lois Clayton PINSON Elsie Culpepper CUBA CuRRIE CUMBY QU1NTON Nellie Daughtry HARTFORD Vera Madge Draper LANGDALE Clara Dunn GADSDEN Betty Eatman PELL CITY Mary Jo Fenn BRANTLEY Ruth Ford WOODWARD Flo Fraley MARION JUNCTION 78 Elsie Galloway FRISCO CITY Opal Galloway FRISCO CITY Willie Mae Garrett URIAH Jennie Gates MOUNT WILLING Margaret Goff enterprise Evelyn Griffin TALLADEGA Katherine Griffin TALLADEGA Mary Plant Hanlin selma Elizabeth Hawkins BESSEMER Thelma Hill WEST POINT, GEORGIA 79 Junior Class Doris Holman HARTFORD Mary Toler Howard LOWNDESBORO Velma Hudson L1BERTV Sara Huff YOLANDE Edith Hunley BIRMINGHAM Ellen Hutto PINSON Frances Ingersoll BATTLES WHARF Elizabeth Jeffers CLENCOE Myrtle Johnston CANTON, GEORGIA Ruby Johnson BIRMINGHAM 80 Junior Class Zaidee Johnson BRUNDIDCE Aileen Jones PRATTVILLE Mary Evelyn Jones COLUMBUS, GEORGIA Jessie Mae Kaylor REFORM Myrtle Kelley FLORALA Virginia Killian BIRMINGHAM Dorothy King MONTGOMERY Emma Pearle Lancaster YORK Irene Lanier TALLADEGA Mary Agnes Lawlis JACKSON ?l Junior Class Martha Lee HAYNEVILLE Mary Frances Levie sylacauga Dora Little MOBILE Virginia McCall SELMA Martellia McNair ATWOOD Zona Martin ENTERPRISE Hazel Matthews SCOTTSBORO Jessie Mauldin BOAZ Ruby Milner GADSDEN Jack Mitchell HAMILTON %2 Junior Class Josephine Mizell SAMSON Marian Moody SCOTTSBORO Eugenia Morrow MARION JUNCTION Joe Anna Neill SOMERVILLE Modine Nichols THOMASVILLE Elizabeth Norman UNION SPRINGS Frances Nungester DECATUR Mildred Nungester DECATUR Georgia Orr LAFAYETTE Annie Seay Owen MONTGOMERY 83 Jmeior Class Orexe Paixter ALBERTVILLE Vera Patton BESSFMER Mildred Porter TYLERTOWN, MISSISSIPPI Lucille Powell andalusia Axxie Laurie Purefoy FURMAN Bido Purvis GENEVA Florexce Reyxolds PRATT CITY Eloise Robersox HALEYVILLE Lula Rockett BIRMINGHAM Delixe Satterfield BESSEMER Abby Lou Sherfr JASPER 84 Junior Class Mattie Shotts HAMILTON ' Sylvia Shruptrixe auburn Katherine Skinner FAIRHOPE Bennie Celia Slaughter MILLERVILLE Hasseltixe Stallworth BEATRICE Elizabeth Steere PRATTVILLE Mildred Stephens montevallo Janie Stricklaxd HAY.VEVILLE Nita Taliaferro TOWN " CREEK Amy Tidwell FAIRFAX Margaret Thompson BOAZ s S Junior Class Eula Thorn VINA Evelyn Vann CULLMAN Maxye Veazey SVLACAUCA Ella Mary Wallace WYLAM Margaret Allen Wallis TALLADEGA Sara Weatherly FORT PAYNE Annie Louise Whitfield ELKTON, TENNESSEE Elizabeth Williams SVLACAUCA Kathryn Wood SYLACAUGA Wilma Wood SYLACAUGA Eleanore Yost winter 86 SOPHOMORES (Jhe Freshman sees the Sophomore Ana thmh she sees a star — The Sophomore sees the Freshman — wonder whose hias th ey are r EbJiLiii ' .i. 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L i„ e tn iJih LmtL. -k « — s 7 opjhomore Class Mary Eva Armbrester ESTELLE AVERYT Inez Bailey Dorothy Bandy Mary Augusta Barnes Euda Bean [im Bethune Martha Blair Alice Blake Louise Bland Olivia Blaum Sara Bonner SS more ' LJLass Virginia Brannon Margaret Bransford Virginia Brock Myrtle Brown Hattie Wallace Bullard Edwina Burge Leota Butlfr Rosa Nell Byrd Mildred Cabaniss Louise Caton Anne Christian Mildred Clark 89 Sophomore Class Lucia Cleveland Merle Cloude Allene Colvin Evelyn Collins Anne Coleman Am MI COPELAND Lucile Cory Maxine Couch Martha Cox Nellie Creighton Clara Crenshaw Helen Crook 90 Jo Crosthwaite Frances Cunningham Dorothy Davies Margaret Davis Elizabeth De Hall Maudie Mae Densmore Mildred Dickinson Mary Vernon Dix Maxine Douglas Christine Duncan Martha Edwards Louise Ellis 91 Sophomore Class Ruth Fleming Josephine Ford Martha Ford Jamie Frederick Susan Beech Garren Elizabeth Gibbons Frances Gibbs aFartha Louise Glasgow I )uris Gosdin Floyce Griffin Louise Hamilton Mary Jeannette Hamilton 92 Sophonnore Class Clarkie Margaret Hammond Edvth Hamxer Mary Harden Margaret Harmon Nelle Harmon Margarette Harrison Taska Hart Lavell Hassel Madeline Heflin Vera Helms Beulah Hester Roberta Hogg 93 Sophomore Elizabeth Holley Mary Hood Kathleen 1 Howell Sarah Frances Howell Roberta Huddleston Marguerite Hurd Martha Hyndman Mary Jacobs Pauline Jennings Ruth Jennings Estelle Johnson Louise Johnson 94 Sophomore Class Frances Lorene Jones Edwina Jordan Alva Craig Kendrick Nell Kennedy Elizabeth Kilgore Dorothy Kitchens Frances Kroell Esther Lacey Mary Evelyn Land Sara Langston Ruth Latimer Emily Linch Annie Long Sophomore Class Kate McConaughy Bernice McCorquadale Martha McCrorie Margaret McCrary Sarah McInnis Helen Mae McLane Frances McMillan Martha Mahaffey Pauline Marsden Hilda Martin Jewell Martin Anne Louise Maulsby Eugenia May 96 Frances Middleton Bessie Miller Leon a Mitchell Vera Grace Mobliiv Jessie Mae Montgomery Jewell Moody Mattie Lou Moore Ruby Moore Mary Morgan Mary Murdock Elizabeth Murphree Gwendolyn Nettles Madeline Nichols 97 ' Sophomore Class Marve Elizabeth Nolen Helen: Norsworthy Charlotte Page Kathryxe Parker Ruth Parkman Ixez Patrick Maude Lee Patrick Kathleen- Rush Peebles Virginia Pfaff Nora Lee Phillips IXA POARCH Mary Pow Elizabeth Powell Sophomore Class Inez Power Lucy Lee Pruett Dacy Pugh Christine Plrefoy Ula Purefoy Dot Radney Elizabeth Reeves Ruth Reeves Frances Reid Clara Rhodes Olivia Richey Emma Enslyn Rorison Lucille Rogers 99 Sophomore Class Helen Ross Mary Laimar Russell Nora Sapp Mildred Satterfield Mary Lou Sellers Nannie Simpson Christine Slayton Catherine Smith Sallie Smoke Mary Jane Stallworth Jlanita Stembridge Mary Jo Stephens Bernice Stewart Sophomore Class Alice Stone Agnes Strickland Jewell Strickland Alberta Stradford Julia Si mmerville Jean Taylor Pattie Thomas Mary Cooper Thomason Winnie Mae Toomer Ola Belle Tlbbs Nelle Ticker Anne Tumlin Margaret Van Wert more (J lass Lexice Vaughan Beth Wallace Margaret Waller Katherine Weaver Helen Webb Evelyn Webster Dody Wells Lois White Dorothy Willard Lois Williams Leora Woodall Mildred Wright FRESHMEN fl Freshman s little world — Two things her small world maizes — A dofie with a broken strata And a stale little pack- age of cakes. 103 Freshman Class Emma Alison Vernice Alldredge Mildred Anthony Mackey Ard Kathleen Armbrester Hazel Arrington Melba Bailey Mildred Corinne Baird Marie Ballas Katherine Barnes Mary Elizabeth Barnes Susan Kathrine Barron Hilda Beckham Nellie Estelle Bland Susie Wilson Bland Lucrezia Borgia Mildred Bracewell Rosa Brannon Gene Brindley Mary Lee Broyles Dot Brunson Pattie Bryant Marjorie Burge Minnie Lou Burk ic 4 Freshman Class Viola Burks Adalee Burrow Evelyn Calhoun Mary Ben Carpenter Irene Carlisle Sara Cater Mary Jane Cawthon Margaret Chandler Dorothy Chapman Dorothy- Carolyn Clenney Mildred Leslie Cody Mary Coleman Margaret Coley Bessie Lee Combs Virginia Cook Marian Cotney Pauline Cotney Marguerite Couch Frances Crandall Hazel Cumbie Edna Earle Cummins Louise Davis Dorothy Day Marie DeLoach 105 Freshman Class Margaret Deloach Evelyn Denson Catherine Dimit Jennie Pauline Drewry Edna Duckworth Wynelle Duren Sara Dycus Laura Kate Eatman Mary Edmunds Sara Edmundson Evelyn Edwards Sara Ellard Mary Lee English Jane Evans Edna Fellows Velma Finch Cleone Fitch Sibyl Folmar [rvyll Fondren La Nella Gaines Carmie Galloway Willie Pearl Gammell Mildred Garlington Lacey Gibbs l«i Freshman Class Mary Helen Gladney Edith Glenn Frances Hall Carmen Hamilton Mary Hand Edna Hanson Edith Harden Florice Hardy Marie Harper Julia Harris Margaret Harton Margaret Hartung Elizabeth Hathcock Geraldine Hawkins Helen Hawkins Hilda Hawkins Alta Mae Haynes Lucy Belle Hel.me.s Gearvice Henderson Elizabeth Hicks Nina Mae Higginbotham Lena Mae High Dorothy Hix Emma Lee Hofner 107 Freshman Class Eleanor Hogan Dora Annis Holder Kathrine Holland Faith Holmberg Margaret Holoman Louise Houston Bessye Howelle Jennie Hovvle Vera Howze Ula Mae Hudson Sara Humber Eva Jackson Frances Jackson Georgia Lee Jackson Katherine Jackson Katherine Jackson Rosalind Jackson Julie Johnson Mary Hannah Johnson Virginia Sue Johnson Cora Ella Jones Frances Alma Jones Jane Jones Margaret Jones 108 Freshman Class Mildred Jones Marjorie Jones Nelle Jones Mary Jordan Mary Kerr Rachel Keynton Emily Starr Kirksey Ida Kirkayood Helen Kirkpatrick Ei.ine Kimball Norma King Frances Koch Ruth Koster Grace Lane Rebessa Laney Dorothy Lanier Barbara LeRaron Ruth LeBaron Jean Ledyard Willie Letson Pearle Lewis Evelyn Lide Susan Little Martha Littlepage 109 Freshman Class Mildred Lloyd Ann Lovill Sara Lou McDonald Margaret McElroy Emma McGowin Anna Louise McMillan Anna Louise Mallett Constance Marsden Willie Mae Martin Hattie Matthews Sara Elizabeth Mann Edna Martin Bernice May Emily Montgomery Ada Morgan Margaret Morris Helen Morrissette Josephine Morton Alice Moulder Anne Louise Miller Eloise Murray Dorothy Naftel Martha Nettles Estelle Newberry ' Freshman Class Nattie Floyd Nordan Virgie Lee Norman Elizabeth Nunalee Jane Louise Nunlee Lena Oatks Tom Parish Ellen Parker Maude Parsons Myra Parsons Louise Patrick Mary Sue Peavy Celeste Peterson Helen Phillips Lucie Pickett Kate Pierce Mary Pitman Marjorie Plank Agnes Plant Margaret Poixdexter Evelyn Pow Hazel Powe Mary Nelson Powers Dorothy Prater Jessie Lee Raines " . Freshimae Class Mary Louise Reed Juke Reid Lucy Reid Fay Reynolds Rosa Reynolds Frances Riley MlGNYOHN REVIERE Norma Roberts Elizabeth Robertson Flora Mae Robinson Mary Robinson Jewel Weze Sawyer Marie Schad Agnes Scott Dorothy Scruggs Regina Sellers Evelyn Sherrer Cherokee Shirley Christine Shirley Billie Sims Catherine Sinback Addie Belle Sledge Nellie Rea Sledge Janie Kathryn Smith Louise Smith Mary Katherine Smith Jeanette Snead Elizabeth Solders Dorothy Sowell Martha Sparks Elsie Louise Spearman Hazel Spring Louise Steadham Hilda Stephens Mary Stewart Mary Alma Stone Mary Claire Stuart Nell Isabel Sumner Kathleen Summers Adelaide Szymanski Anne Terry Eunice Thomas Teresa Thomas Marguerite Thornton Pearl Alma Timmons Mattie Lee Trueitt Lillian Ventress Eunice Marie Vines Helen Vines Mary Lou Vines " 3 Freslimae Class Grace Waldrop Marian Hazel Waldrop Prudence Walker Mary Sue Wall Sara Wallace Annie Walters Iris Walton Louise Walsh Jettie Vaiden Ward Axxe Watson Mary Wharton Stella Leigh White Elizabeth Whitman Mabel Wilder Sara Agxes W t ilkes Lois Willoughby Mary Woodrow Wilson Julia Wisdom Mary Nell Wood Jo Woodward Mary Ellen Worthy Olivia Wright Helen Yarbrough Sara Zeigler ;. 114 O R GAN I ZATIONS Dream great surprise upon their faces — Romans -who vJere so civilized — Would the ? think more of us, or Would The? laugh and say, Barbarian! " Ruth Scott President of Student Government i 7 Executive Board of Student Government Association Officers Ruth Scott President Flo Fraley Vice-President Lucy Lee Pruett Secretary Lucile Powell Treasurer Senior Representatives Lucy McCormack Oleene Garrett Kate Sabotka Rebecca Hybart Junior Representatives Dorothy King Hasseltine Stallworth Lucile Powell Sophomore Representatives Lucy Lee Pruett Louise Ellis House Presidents Ruby Collins Ramsey Hall Eleanor Yost Hanson Hall Mildred Clark Stallworth Hall Dorothy Burks Haley-Moore Hall Vera Helms Kennedy Hall Student Senate Officers Frances Fuller President Minnie Cofield Vice-President Hasseltine Stallworth Secretary Martha Ford Treasurer Sexior Representatives Maureen Cantrell Dora Carpenter Ruby Chandler Minnie Cofield Mary Joe Cook Evelyn Fulford Oleene Garrett Annie Lillian Godfrey Clemmie Jane Heald Belle McColl Hart Jack Mitchell Julia Nettles Alice Nettles Evelyn Pearson Recina Riley Inamurl Smith Myra Belle Smith Hermie Whicham Lillian Worley Bessie Mae Young Junior Representatives Edna Steele Bell Dot King Betty Eatman Josephine Mizell Myrtle Frieze Annie Seav Owen Jennie Gates Lucile Powell Mary Plant Hanlin Abbe Lou Sherer Doris Holman Hasseltine Stallworth Aileen Jones Janie Strickland Verna Strickland Sophomore Representatives Leota Butler Maxine Couch Martha Ford Marjorie Goff Frances Jones Dot Kitchens Annie Louise Maulsey Jewel Martin Virginia Pfaff Jewel Strickland Katherine Weaver FresLman representative to be elected second semester. President ' s Council Jule Reynolds President Thelma Hill Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Scott Student Government Association Frances Fuller Student Senate Rachel BroadnAX Jthletic Association Eugenia Morrow Y. W. C. A. Mabel Peters ■ Editor of Tec mala Margaret A. Wallis Editor of Alabamian Hermie Wiiigiiam Kappa Delta Pi Frances Smith Physical Education Club Oleene Garrett Mathematics Club Annie Seav Owen lit Club Bido Purvis Social Service Club Thelma Hill Music Club Josephine Coble Ilpha Kappa Gamma Club Alice Nettles Alabama Players Mary Nell Lewis Glee Club Myra Belle Smith Home Economics Club Mary Pow Secretarial Club Mary Combs Chattahoochee Collegian Club Cathrine Wallace Kappa Sigma Phi Elsie Culpepper -Ilpha Pi Omega Carolyn Fussell Philomathic Evelyn Fulford Caslalian Dora Little Tutwiler Anna Eckwurzel Beta Sigma Delta Dorothy King Zela Pi Delta Alice Stone Gamma Sigma Phi Bertha Seale Phi Delta Sigma Mary Hayes English Club Grace Chester Senior Class Sara Matthews Junior Class Emily Lynch Sophomore Class Elizabeth Powell Orchestra Elizabeth Williams Elementary Council Leota Butler B. S. U. Claudia Tiiombs League of Women Voters J X in en s stian Ass Purpose i. To realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. 2. To have a part in making this life possible for all people. 3. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him. Cabinet Eugenia Morrow President Mary Helen - Guin Vice-President Nell Rodgers Treasurer Meredith Bullock Secretary Mary Plant Hanlin Cliairman Program Committee Dorothy " Burks Cliairman World Fellowship Committee Claudia Schwoon Cliairman Home Service Committee Josephine Mizell Chairman Big Sister Committee Bido Purvis Cliairman Morning If ' atch Committee Annie Louise Maulsby Chairman Publicity Committee Alva Craig Kendrich Chairman Social Committee Inamurl Smith Chairman Music Committee Thelma Hill Pianist Evelyn Davis Pianist Sophomore Council of Y. W. C. A. Dorothy Kitchens Chairman Maxine Douglas Secretary Alice Stone Josephine Ford Frances McMillan Winnie Mae Toomer Vera Helms Pattie Thomas Elizabeth Reeves Freshman Commissi on of Y. W. C. A. Martha Sparks Margaret Hartung Faith Holberc Sadie H umber E.OSALYN Jackson Mary Lowe Emily Starr Kirksey Dorothy Day Edna Hanson Cherochee Shirley Mary Whorton Effie Cowan, Chairman Margaret Chandler Lena Mae High Margaret Coley Eleanor Keenie Christine Duncan Billie Sims Sara McDonald Sara Cater Helen Phillips Susan Catherine Barron + Lacy Gibbs Helen Vines Elizabeth Whitman Nellie Rea Sledge Nellie Bland Lizzie Tom Parish Norma Roberts Mary Hannah Johnson Evelyn Denson Marjorie Jones Georgie Lee Jackson SOPHOMORE SPONSORS 126 Technala. Staff Mabel L. Peters Editor-in-Ckiej Evelyn Reynolds Fulford Business Manager Dorothy Burks Photographic Editor Julia Nettles Art Editor Ruby Chandler Athletic Editor Evelyn Norton Humor Editor Dorothy King Advertising Assistant Mildred Stephens Typist Staff Marcarf.t Allen Wallis • . Editor-in-Chief Mary Nell Lewis Issislani Editor Ethel Barnett Business Manager Mary A. Little -lit Editor Associate Editors Mary Toler Howard Josephine Mizell Mildred Nuncester Annie Seav Owen Roberta Wright Dorothy Kitchens Club Staff Mary Plant Hanlin Jennie Gates Dorothy Davies Lillian Worley Eugenia Morrow Frances Natthews Marjorie Plank 130 5 ' Kappa Delta Pi National Honorary Educational Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois in 1911 Beta Lambda Chapter Established 192$ Fratres in Facultate Miss Lillian Barksdale Miss Mamie Braswell Miss Lelah Brownfield Or. P. H. Carmichael Miss Margaret Edwards Dr. M. L. Orr Dr. V. II. Taylor Miss Elizabeth Utterback Dr. A. W. Vaughan Dr. Kathryn Vickery Fratres in Collegio Hermie Whigham President Oleene Garrett lice-President Belle McColl Hart Recording Secretary Jill Reynolds Corresponding Secretary Myra Belle Smith Treasurer Willie Lee Reaves Reporter Dr. Katherine Vickery . . Counselor Rachel Broadnax Annie Carmichael Dr. O. C. Carmichael Grace Chester Vivian Codb Frances Fuller Marcaret Grayson Melba Griffin Dr. II. V. James Dr. T. H. Napier Mrs. Glennie D. Nybeck Evelyn Pearson Ruth Scott Ruby Simpson Archer Sims Bessie Mae Young ■ 32 Officers Frances Smith President Jimmie Walker - Vice-President Lucy Lee Pruett Secretary-Treasurer Class of 193 1 Rachel Brodnax Frances Smith Ruby Chandler Lucille Splawn Jimmie Walker Class of 1932 Cecil Ashmore Toto Howard Eugenia Morrow Katherine Baxter Dora Little Claudia Schwoon Izell Brown Zona Martin Sylvia Shuptrtne Lucy Causey Eula Thorn Class of 1933 Euda Bean Esther Lacey Louise Ellis Sara Langston Susan Beech Garren Eugenia May Mary J. Hamilton Ruby Lee Moore Mary Holbrook Lucy Lee Pruett Jessie Mae Kaylor Winnie Mae Toomer AlMEE COPELAND Class of 1934 Gladys Cook Mary Lee English Edna Duckworth Julia Harris Sara Edmundson Alta Mae Haynes Elizabeth Hicks Elizabeth Holley Louise Houston Gladys Hyatt Mildred Lloyd Frances Jones Lena Oates Hattie Matthews Tom Parish Alberta Musgrove Billie Simms Dorothy Naftel Jo Woodward Maud Parsons Virginia Alverson Helen Phillips Mildred Baird Kate Pierce Mildred Clark Evelyn Pow Laura Kate Eatman Frances Riley Sara Ellard Anne Terry Hazel Waldrop i34 135 ■• ■ ' -- - ■ ' Alpha Kappa Gamma Husband and Wife in Partnership Founded 1930 Officers Josephine Coble President Beulah White Vice-President Sara Blair Secretary Roberta Wright Treasurer Anne Caruthers Reporter 136 Glee Club Officers Mary Nell Lewis President Belle McColl Hart Business Manager Elsie Culpepper Secretary-Treasurer Martha Wilson Librarian Maiben Hixon 4 advertising Manager Mildred Allen Charity Armstrong Cornelia Andrews Sa a Blair Dudley Bell Ann Christian Maxtne Couch Julia Campbell Elsie Culpepper Evelyn Calhoun Martha Dickinson Floyce Griffin Belle Hart Acnes Harper C. Margaret Hammond Sarah Howell Maiben Hixon Members Ida Hayssen Nelle Harmon Roberta Huddleston Mary Jordan Eleanor Keeney Nelle Kennedy Mary Nelle Lewis Helen Well Martha Wilson Evely ' n Leak Madline Martin Frances Middleton Kate McConaughy Frances McMillan Ruby ' Milner Margaret Moore Elizabeth Murphree Edyth Nettles 138 Helen Nichols Edyth Nettles Annie L. Purifoy Christine Purifoy Elizabeth Powell Evelyn Pearson Mary Pittman Nora Sapp Mary Alice Stone Inamurl Smith Ruth Scott Martha Sparks Maurine Thompson Lenice Vaughan Hermie Whigham Eleanor Youncblood Dora Carpenter Alabama College Orchestra Officers Miss Henrica Jones Director Elizabeth Powell President Ruth LeBaron Secretary-Treasurer Barbara LeBaron Stage Manager Members Charity Armstrong Dudley Bell Ruth LeBaron Barbara LeBaron Mildred Bracewell Louise Carol Miss Grace Givin Clarkie M. Hammond Kate McConaughy Margaret McElroy Dr. Lorraine Pierson Elizabeth Powell Eloise Roberscn Ruth Scott Elsie Spearman ' 39 is iflusic Club Officers Thelma Hill President Clarkie M. Hammond Vice-President Evelyn Pearson Secretary Eloise Roberson Treasurer Class of 1931 Julia Campbell Madeline Martin Inamurl Smith Catherine Wallace Acnes Harper Evelyn Pearson Marie Turner Martha Wilson- Belle McColl Hart Ruth Scott Lena Vaughan Bessie Mae Young Eleanor Youncblood Class of 1932 Charity Armstrong Ida Haysen Maihen Hixon Frances Middleton Elsie Culpepper Thelma Hill Edith Hunley - Vivian Nix Elizabeth Hawkins Eloise Roberson Class of 1933 Dudley Bell Floyce Griffin Mary Hardin Kate McConaughy Nina Cook C. Margaret Hammond Evelyn Leak Elizabeth Ponell Maxine Couch Mattie Shotts Class of 7934 Emma Knox Alison Margaret Hartung Elsie McBride Dorothy Sowell Dorothy Chapman Ala Mae Hudson Margaret McElroy Mary Whorton Mary - Edmunds Eline Kimbrf.l Nellie Rea Sledge 140 Officers Bido Purvis Preside?it Leota Butler Vice-President Bertha Kirkpatrick Secretary-Treasurer Louise Carroll Anne Carothers Anne Coleman Ruth Bean Josephine Coble Bracie Vines Martha Lee Minnie Lou Stinson Members Jack Mitchell Margaret Harris Elizabeth Jeffers Sally Smoke Mary Katherine Hand Vera Helms Lena Mae High Estelle Newberry Martha Sparks Sara Louise McDonald Marie Amos Stella Peoples Pattie Thomas Rosa Brannon Louise Caton Marie DeLoach Sybil Folmar 141 • Elementary Council Officers Elizabeth Williams President Mary Agnes Lawlis [ ' ice-President Dora Carpenter Secretary-Treasurer Mildred Allen Reporter Members Mildred Allen Ethel Harris Nora Philips Miss M. Alice Boyd Lucy L. Hood Dacy Pugh Adalee Burron Mary L. Hood Frances Reid Dora Carpenter Kathleen Howell Miss Lela Wade Rice Margaret Chandler Ellen Hutto Florence Reynolds Minnie Cofield Julie Johnson Jule Reynolds Anna Jo Crosthinate Virginia Killian Sarah Skewes Martha Dickinson Mary Agnes Lawlis Mary Lou Sellers Ruth Flemming Jessie Maulden Lyi.ay Stanley- Frances Fuller Bess Davis Moorer Sadie M. Weir Carmen Hamilton Edith Nettles Elizabeth Williams Agnes Harper Elizabeth Norman I.eora Woodall Georgia Orr 142 Baptist Student Union Council Leota Butler . . . . Ethel Barxett . . Alice Blake . . . . Ella Mary Wallace Meredith Bullock . . Sarah Langston . . . Marie Amos Mary Jane Stallworth Alta Mae Haynes . . . Floyce Griffen . . . . Thelma Hill Annie Lillian Godfrey Hasseltine Stallworth Orene Painter . . . . Vera Helms Nannie Simpson . . . . Helen Ross Elsie Culpepper . . . . Eleanore Yost Mr. I. J. Riddle . . . . President ■ . . . First Vice-President . . Second Vice-President . . Third Vice-President . . Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Reporter Reporter Chorister Pianist Y. IV. A. President . . . B. Y. P. U. Director . . B. Y. P. U. Representative . . B. Y. P. V. Representative . . B. Y. P. U. Representative . . B. Y. P. U. Representative Sunday School Representative . . . Slate B. S. V. President Faculty Adviser 143 Math Club Founded 1923 Officers Olef.ne Garrett President Lucile Powell Vice-President Verna TlMMERMAN Secretary-Treasurer Winifred Carney Oleene Garrett Evelyn Barnett Olivia Blawm Mildred Caeantss Lucia Cleveland Class of 193 i Mary Hayes Class of 1932 Evelyn Griffin Lucile Powell Class of 1933 Lucile Cory- Mary MURDOCK Azalia Painter 144 Regina Riley - Bannie Walden Verna Timmerman Lucile Rogers Jewel Strickland Mildred Wricht Alabama Players Honorary Dramatic Organization Officers Alice Nettles President Dorothv Kitchens Vice-President Bido Purvis Business Manager Elizabeth Veitch Secretary Claudia Schwoon Stage Manager Annie Seay Owens Scenic Artist Dorothy Davies Advertising Artist Members Virginia Brannon Jim Bethune Rachael Brodnax Janice Calder Winifred Carney Dorothy Davies Jamie Frederick Evelyn Fulford Hazel Jackson Dorothy Kitchens Evelyn Leake Marjorie Goff Zone Martin Alice Nettles Stella Peoples Bido Purvis Mary Russell Claudia Schwoon Ruth Scott Winnie Mae Toomer Elizabeth Veitch Maury Wisdom Marjorie Moss Pledges Cherokee Shirley Iris Lee Walton Elizabeth Sanders Inamurl Smith Verna Hart Grace Motley Dora Little Margaret Allen Wallis Belle McColl Hart i 5 ege Theatre Honorable Mention, 1929-1930 Rachael Brodnax Laurice Butler Josephine Coble Dorothy Davies Leila Ford Evelyn Fulford Mary Gloster Juliette Hardy Nelle Hendon Aloise Hurd Evelyn- Leak Helen Mahler Alice Nettles Annie S. Owen Nell Rodgers Inamurl Smith Dorothy Stallworth Florence Stevens Margaret A. Wallis Louise White Martha Wilson- Walter H. Trumbauer Director Ellex Haven Gould . . Associate Director Helen Osband . . Claudia Schwoon Annie S. Owen . Assistant Director Stage Managers I4« Secretarial Club Officers Mary Pow President Frances Jones Vice-President Elwyn Snuggs Secretary Elizabeth Veitch Treasurer Members Bernice Cobb Kathrine Dimit LaNelle Gaines Marjorie Goff Edith Harden Frances Jones Jeane Ledcard Jewel Martin Sarah Matthews Bernice May Martha McCorie Bessie Miller Marcarite Moore Ellen Parker Mary Pitman Mary Pow Lucy Reid Emma Robinson Elwyn Snuggs Mildred Stephens Alberta Stradford Nell Sumner Margaret Van Wert Elizabeth Veitch Margaret Waller Annie Walters 147 u B Old England and ker mern? vitoods — And dream hov? vJe might, too, haVe lived there Dreaming of a land unborn Had someone ' s dream lain unfulfilled. Big %ushl Lotta mush! Short hush! oAnd a good time is had by all! ngima Castalian Founded 1900 Evelyn. Fulford President Dorothy Davies Vice-President Lenice Vaughan Secretary Margaret Waller Treasurer Rachel Broadnax . Frances Fuller . . Evelyn Fulford . . Virginia Scott . . Class of 1931 . . . Eutaw, Ala. Margaret Cunningham . . Aliceville, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Jule Reynolds .... Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mary F. Chappell . Alexander City, Ala. . . Verbena, Ala. Dorothy Thornton . Alexander City, Ala. Lucille Williams Class of 1932 . . . Luverne, Ala. Mary Evelyn Jones . . Columbus, Ga. ' ' Sylvia Shuptrine . . .... Auburn, Ala. Class of 1933 Margaret Waller . Dorothy Davies . . . Frances Kroell . Martha Mahaffey . Lenice Vaughan . . . Bessemer, Ala. . Gadsden, Ala. Montevallo, Ala. Montevallo, Ala. Montevallo, Ala. Kate McConoughy " . Dudle - Bell .... Juanita Stembridce . julia summerville . •Frances Cunningham . Evergreen, Ala. . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Dothan, Ala. . . Aliceville, Ala. . . Aliceville, Ala. " Martha Ford Alexander City, Ala. Class of 1934 Jennie Underwood . . . Birmingham, Ala. Nelle Sumner Clanton, Ala. Lavinia Foy Eufaula, Ala. Evelyn Lide Birmingham, Ala. Eleanor Burns .... Montgomery, Ala. Sara Cater Anniston, Ala. •Mae Stembridge Dothan, Ala. Mary Nell Wood . . . Columbiana, Ala. Kate Pierce ..... Montgomery, Ala. Frances Hall Dothan, Ala. Emily Starr Kirksy . . . Aliceville, Ala. Elizabeth Hathcock . . Greenville, Ala. Katherine Jackson .... Selma, Ala. Marv Whortan Gadsden, Ala. Jettie Vaiden Ward . . Tuscaloosa, Ala. Katherine Barnes Eutaw, Ala. realis race . . . camp a la cain raised . . . green peppers . . . room mates for pills, or pills for room- mates, which? Sigma Tan Tutwiler Club Founded 1908 Officers Dora Little President Evelyn Leak Vice-President Mary Helen Gwin Secretary Virginia Brannon Treasurer Class of 1931 Belle McColl Hart Mary Helen Gwin Mary Dowell Mary Nell Lewis Lila NOLEN Aileen Jones •Virginia Killian Dora Little Class of 1932 Mary A. Little Zona Martin Annie Seay Owen Class of Virginia Brannon Dorothy Bandy Terry Broadus Jamie Frederick Roberta Huddleston 1933 Evelyn Leak Marguerite Moore Mary Pow Emma Enslen Robison Margaret Van Wert Class of 1934 Margaret Chandler Verna Hart Margaret Coley Effie Cowan Margaret DeLoach Lacey Gibbs Helen Hawkins HELEN MORRISSETrE Evelyn Pow ' Helen Roll ? Mary Ellen Worthy ' 56 ' 57 Ubo vAc Established 1908 Officers Carolyn Fussell President Margaret Allen " Wallis Vice-President Alice Nettles Secretary Leota Butler Treasurer Class of 1931 Carolyn Fussell Decatur, Ala. Clouch Wallace . ' " Elizabeth Long Atmore, Ala. Alice Nettles . . . Nellie Moore Mobile, Ala. Marie Northrup . . Dorothy Parker Columbiana, Ala. . Isabelle, Tenn. . Monroeville, Ala. . Greensboro, Ala. Maiben Hixon . . . " Carolyn Long .... . Atmore, Ala. Sara Mathews Camden, Ala. Class of 1932 Monroeville, Ala. Elizabeth Norman . . Union Springs, Ala. Bido Purvis Geneva, Ala. Margaret Allen Wallis . Talladega, Ala. Class of 1933 Mary Augusta Barnes . . Talladega, Ala. Kathleen Doane .... Abbeville, Ala. Sara Bonner Camden, Ala. Susan Beech Garren . . . Decatur, Ala. Hattie Wallace Buli.ard . Anniston, Ala. Helen Mae McLane . . Talladega, Ala. Leota Butler Greenville, Ala. Kathleen Rush Peebles . . Decatur, Ala. Helen Webb ...... Piedmont, Ala. Ula Purefoy Talladega, Ala. Anne Coleman Selma, Ala. Olivia Richey ...... Lincoln, Ala. Nelle Tucker Lumpkin, Ga. Class of 1934 Mary Jane Cawthon .... Selma, Ala. Emily Montgomery . . Montgomery, Ala. Ann Christian Oxford, Ala. Martha Nettles . . . Monroeville, Ala. Dorothy Day Selma, Ala. Rosa Reynolds . Selma, Ala. Mary Jordan Selma, Ala. Mary Catherine Smith . Talledega, Ala. Alva Craig Kendrick .... Selma, Ala. " Dorothy Sowell . . Monroeville, Ala. Hattie Mathews Camden, Ala. Kathleen Summers . . Fort Worth, Tex. Marjorie Miller .... Brewton, Ala. Eunice Thomas ..... Atmore, Ala. Sara Wallace Isabelle, Tenn. -Grades not yet announced. 160 Break.! • . . President of Student Govern- ment . . . Sh-h-h! Old tales of long ago . . . day dreams . . . ath . . . no, that Zeta Pi Delta Founded 1923 Officers Dorothy King ■ President Jimmie Walker Vice-President Lois Williams Secretary Sara Bi.air Treasurer Class of 1931 Kate Sobotka Hartselle, Alabama Jimmie Walker West Blocton, Alabama Elizabeth Veitch Bessemer, Alabama Class of 1932 Ethel Barnett Montgomery, Alabama Sara Blair Hartselle, Alabama ■Dorothy Burks Ensley, Alabama Edith Huxley Ensley, Alabama Dorothy " King Montgomery, Alabama Claudia Schwoon Birmingham, Alabama Maurine Thompson . . . ■ Bessemer, Alabama Class of 1933 -Merle Cloud Prattville, Alabama Bernice Davis Talladega Springs, Alabama Floyce Griffin . . Montevallo, Alabama Frances Jones Bessemer, Alabama Dorothy Kitchens Ashland, Alabama Esther Lacey Maylene, Alabama Lucy Lee Pruett § . Sylacauga, Alabama Ruth Reaves Briarfield, Alabama Lois Williams Hartford, Alabama Class of 1934 Pattie Bryant Bessemer, Alabama Edna Earle Cummins Gordo, Alabama Evelyn Denson Dothan, Alabama Christine Duncan Florence, Alabama Sara Edmundson Bessemer, Alabama Eleanor Hogan Prattville, Alabama Marjorie Jones Dothan, Alabama Lena Mae High Bessemer, Alabama Dorothy Naftel Bessemer, Alabama Cherokee Shirley Tuscaloosa, Alabama Billie Sims Fairfield, Alabama Laniar Smith Bessemer, Alabama Martha Sparks Ensley, Alabama Mary Stewart Anniston, Alabama Grace Waldrop Athens, Alabama Jane Evans Feighton, Alabama 164 . . . Bessemer . . . Scads of people . . . gang of men . . . pep . . . vitality . . . radishes and strawberries . . . ' Phi Delta Sigma Philendenroi Founded 1908 Officers Bertha Seale President Hermie Whigham Vice-President Kathleen ' Hootox Secretary-Treasurer Class of 1931 Kathleen ' Hooton Ashland, Alabama Bertha Seale Moundville, Alabama Elwyn Snuggs ' New Castle, Alabama Elizabeth Walters Tarrant, Alabama Hermie Whigham Skipperville, Alabama Class of 1932 Mattie Lois Clayton Pinson, Alabama Margaret Hill Talladega, Alabama Ellen Hutts Pinson, Alabama Lula Mae Lockett Birmingham, Alabama Class of 1933 Louise Caton Andalusia, Alabama Ruth Thomas Coal Valley, Alabama Leora Woodall Tallassee, Alabama Class of 1934 Ammi Copeland Bessemer, Alabama Wvnelle Duren Birmingham, Alabama Emma Lee Haffner Selma, Alabama Elizabeth Hicks Selma, Alabama Margaret Jones . Gallion, Alabama Rebecca Loney Chipley, Florida Ellen Parker Tarrant, Alabama Jessie Lee Raines Fyffe, Alabama Frances Riley " Selma, Alabama Ammie Walters Tarrant, Alabama 168 Joeta Mgiia LleJ Ramsey Club Founded Q2J Officers Anna Ekwurzel President Betty Eatman rice-President Pauline Marsden Secretary Josephine Ford Treasurer Class of 1931 Grace Chester Anna Ekwurzel Bethany Sharman Class of 1932 Betty Eatman Sara Stevenson Ruth Crowder Martha Cross ' Marion Scholl Grace Motley Abby Lou Sherrer Class of 1933 Josephine Ford Ruth Smith Pauline Marsden Annie Louise Maulsby Frances MacMii.lian " Margrete Hurd Ruth Jennings Class of 1934 Berniece Arthur Edna Hanson Mackie Ard Mary Lowe Virginia Cook ' Constance Marsden ♦Pauline Drury Roberta Musgrove Lora Kate Eatman Eloise Murray Evelyn Edwards Dorothy Prater Sadie Humber Georcie Lee Jackson -Grades nut yet announced. 7- Prunes and prisms . . . tobacco colored skeins of wool . . . high, high hat . . . how ' d you get so beautiful? . . . half moons and full pts. . . . safety pins and pink tulips . . . gal- limaufry of tooth- paste and ivory soap bubbles . . . Who told you, Chicken Little? Alpha PI Omega Founded in 1924. Officers Elsie Culpepper President Mary Carolyn ' Sims Vice-President Katherine Griffin Secretary Roselyx Raxdle Treasurer Class of 1931 Evelyn- Davis . . . Anniston, Ala. Mary Carolyn Sims Roselyx Raxdle . . . . . . Enslev, Ala. Piper, Ala. ' Kathryx Baxter Elsie Culpepper Class of 1932 . . Luverne, Ala. Evelyn Griffin . . . . . Cuba, Ala. Kathryn Griffin . 3ara Weatherly Fort Pavne, Ala. Talladega, Ala. Talladega, Ala. : Hilda Brown ■Vera Helms Class of 1933 . . . Tallassee, Ala. Bessie Miller . . . . . . . Opp, Ala. GwENDOLYN NETTLES •Margaret Poindexter .... Eufaula, Ala. . Geneva, Ala. Greensboro, Ala. ■Dorothy Bruxsox . . Susan Barron . . " Louise Dairs . . . . Vera Houge .... Francis Koch . . . Anna Louise Mallet Ann Louise Miller . Class of 1934 Andalusia, Ala. Margaret McEi.roy Andalusia, Ala. . Anniston, Ala. Demopolis, Ala. Demopolis, Ala. Demopolis, Ala. . . YVvIam, Ala. ■Helen Phillips . . . Mary Nelson Powers ■ ' Migxyohn Riviere . Elsie Spearman . . . Hilda Stephens . :s Louise Walsh . . . . . . Cuba, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. • Greensboro, Ala. . . Wvlam, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. . . . Elba, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. -Grades not yet announced. 176 A. P.O. ... a poor onion! . . . a pneu- matic oyster! . . . nothing phases . . . tall, gaunt spires against a blood-red sky — screech owls in Kappa Sigma Phi Founded 1923 Officers Catherine Wallace President Belva Floyd Fice-President Thelma Hill Secretary-Treasurer Class of 1931 MARY Combs Fairfax, Alabama Belva Floyd Abanda, Alabama Catherine Wallace West Point, Georgia Madeline Martin Pell City, Alabama Class of 1932 Thelma Hill West Point, Georgia Katherine Taff Oneonta, Alabama Class of 1933 Elizabeth Holley North Point, Alabama Perry Frank Dowdy Lahuco, Alabama Class of 1934 Bessie Lee Combs Fairfax, Alabama Willie G. Rains Gadsden, Alabama Marie Harper Beatrice, Alabama Florice Hardey Bessemer, Alabama Grace Lane ...... Tuskeegee, Alabama Bernice May Salitpa, Alabama Mary Pitman Fairhope, Alabama Prudence Walker .... Gadsden, Alabama Norma Roberts .... . . Anniston, Alabama Anne Watson ... Tuskeegee, Alabama 1 So Ofc — ' ■- - 1 i u a fa -• U ATHLETICS Tke long, slank oars of old tall Spanish Vessels Made braWnj men and easy riding — And novtf e sit and dream of briny sails, Toss balls — and run short races. Athletic Board Officers Rachel M. Broadnax President Ruby Chandler Vice-President Flo Fraley Treasurer Aileen Jones Secretary Mary Evelyn Jones Cheer Leader Helen Catanzano Cheer Leader Esther Lacey " Publicity Manager Councillors Lucy ' Lee Pruett Sophomore Representative Izell Brown Junior Representative Jeanette Brock . Senior Representative Sarah Matthews Pianist Dora Little Track Annie Seay Owen Tennis Mamye Chandler Hockey Frances Smith Camp Mary Evelyn Jones Baseball Mary Toler Howard Reporter Sarah Stevenson Swimming Susan Beach Garrf.n Basketball Anne Lee Walker Volley Ball Willie Mae Toomer Hikiny i 88 t V - SE N I OR T EAM5 190 3 . 191 v v SOPHOMORE TEAMS $K JR : «8(Zsc£a t 192 FRESHMAN TEAMS ■ " ■™ C ' fAZi 193 19+ E A T U R E S Dream of tke beauty and oddity of it all — The oft sung tales tkat stirred such quick emotions — Look to our beauty here — and oddities — The olden French vJere but our buried ancestors. The ancients had their dreams of fair, fair women . . . I had mine, too . . . They slumber on in dreams, and I awake To find mine true. 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And remember, if you are a strug- gling student studying how to stretch your weekly stipend, that the Ala- Gulf States Steel Company bama ' s bargain matinee is always 25c BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Except on Saturdays and Holidays Come To See Walter M. Snaw Jeter Mercantile LIFE INSURANCE Company SERVICE MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA World ' s Best Meet Me At PIANOS, RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS Montevallo Drug Everything in Sheet Music and Small Musical Instruments Company E. E. Forbes Sons Piano Company MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA Birmingham, Anniston, and Montgomery Your splendid co-operation makes it possible for us to bring the outstanding pictures to you. We appreciate your patronage and shall always en- deavor to present what we consider the best in enter- tainment. THE MANAGEMENT, STRAND THEATRE Pansy Ham The Secret of Pansy Popularity is in the mild cure process, developed exclusively in Pansy Food Kitchens. For Pansy Hams, like Pansy Bacon, are slowly, gently cured and mellowed with real, old-time hickory smoke. Finer flavor! Always fresh! Ask your dietician. She knows! ALABAMA PACKING COMPANY Birmingham, Alabama COME TO Yeager Studio FOR ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS COMPLIMENTS OF Birmingham Hotel Association There Should Be a Protective Life Policy in the Home of Every Ala- bama College Student COMPLIMENTS OF Mrs. Walker AND Montevallo Care Earle Brothers BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Wholesale Grocers Gold Bar and W. N. Clark ' s Fancy Canned Fruits and Vegetables Tyler Grocery Company WHOLESALE GROCERS 1613-1615 First Avenue BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Service With a Smile AT WILSON DRUG COMPANY Nunnally ' s and Whitman ' s Candies CLARK AND JONES 1913 THIRD AVENUE BIRMINGHAM Levin e-Abelson Candy ana Grocery Co. Exclusive Distributors SCHRAFFT ' S CHOCOLATES GOLD TIP GUM 2306 First Avenue Birmingham, Alabama MILBERS SMART SHOES 210 N. 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