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pF tkis, our first
annual under
its new name,
serves now or in trie
future years to kindle
and keep burning in tke
hearts of those who hold
our Alma Mater dear-
est, the friendships and
ideals of our college, then
those w'ho toiled over it
will feel their reward
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IN MEMORIAM



MARGUERITE BRAWLEY
1896-1919



JANE HIGHSMITH
1918-1919

E CLASS MASCOT)






To Alma Mater

(A Song al Parting)

Mother, kind Mother, Mother, kind Mother,

Thy bidding unfaltering The morning light beckons \

Quickens to vigor Stirred by thy bidding.

The whole of our youth: Well up and away.

"Up to the combat — There is scarce time

Thy world calls for service! For a lingering parting,

Child of my being, go forth; Thou, and our world, and \

War for truth." Whisper "Today."

Though we are leaving
Thy homestead, kind Mother,
Truly we ne'er can be
Farted from thee.
We are thy very self—
Thou art our mother,
Whither thy children go
There shall thou be.

E. Everett.



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CONTENTS



BOOK ONE
THE CAMPUS

BOOK TWO
FACULTY AND CLASSES

BOOK THREE
ORGANIZATIONS

BOOK FOUR
ATHLETICS

BOOK FIVE
FEATURES



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grow qreat.
Were'b to Down)|cmt

'O/d /Yorth State




Tkis book we dedicate to

* DR. EUGENE *
WILLIS GUDGER

as an expression of our
love and gratitude for
one who has shown a
profound interest, a will-
ingness to sacrifice, a
constant co-operation in
the effort to make real
the ideals of the college







THE CAMPUS



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' 'Twos one of those charmed days

When the genim of Cod doth flow ;
The wind may alter twenty ways,
A tempest cannot blow."




"It is svieet
To linger here, among the flitting birds
And leaping squirrels, wandering broods,
That shal(e the leaves."




"When the pine tosses its cones

To the song of its jvaterfull tones.
Who speeds to the woodland wall{?
To birds and trees who talk?"




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"Here are old trees, tall oa£s, and gnarled pines
That stream with gray-green mosses; here the ground
Was never trenched by spade, and flowers spring up
Unsown, and die ungalhered."




"So Nature calls through all her system wide.
Give me thy love, O man, so long denied."




COLLEGE STATISTICS




COLLEGE STATISTICS




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COLLEGE STATISTICS




COLLEGE STATISTICS




ULTY AND CLASSES




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Board of Directors



A. J. Conner .


. . . Northampton County


H. G. Catham




Forsyth


E. E. Britton .




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. . Durham


C. H. Mebane .




Catawba




Junius D.


Grimes . .



J. D. Murphy Buncombe

J. L. Belson Caldwell

Joe Rosenthal Wayne

Mrs. J. A. Brown Columbus

A. A. F. Seawell Lee

Beaufort



Officers of the Board

E. C. Brooks, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ex Officio Preside

A. J. Conner Secretary E. J. Forney Treasur,

Executive Committee



J. D. Murphy



H. G. Chatham
E. C. Brooks



A. A. Seawell



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Officers of Administration



Julius I. Foust, LL.D.
President

William C. Smith, Ph.B.

Dean of Faculty

W. C. Jackson, B.S.
Dean of College

Mary M. Petty, B.S.
Dean of Home Economics

Emma King, A.B.
Director of Dormitories

Grace Lawrence
Assistant Director of Dormitories

E. J. Forney
Treasurer

Laura H. Coit
Secretary

Mary T. Moore
Registrar

Daisy Elizabeth Brooks
Dietician



Harriet Graham, A.B.
General Secretary of Y. W . C. A.

Clara Booth Byrd, A.B.
Assistant to Treasurer

Annie F. Petty
Librarian

Lucile Cobb
Assistant Librarian

Ethie Ben Garrett, B.E.
Assistant in Library

Mrs. M. B. Morgan
Purchasing Agent

Jessie McLean
Trained Nurse

Cora Beam
Trained Nurse

Miss McKinnon
P. O. Books and Stationery



Mary C. Carter

Stenographer



Estelle Boyd
Housekeeper



Mary McNeil
Stenographer



Laura M. Hall, B.S.
Assistant Dietician



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Faculty



Julius I. Foust, LL.D.
President



|Alma I. Long
Domestic Art



William C. Smith, Ph.B.
English Language and Literature



tE. E. Balcomb, A.]
Rural Life



Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S.
History



•(Clarence W. Hewlett, Ph.D.
Physics



Gertrude W. Mendenhall, B.S.
Mathematics



Mary Fay Davenport, B.P.
Physical Education



tANNA M. Gove, M.D.
Hygiene



tJuLiA Raines
Manual Arts



Mary M. Petty, B.S.
Chemistry



Lena Ellington, A.B., M.A.
Instructor in History



Mary Settle Sharpe
Expression



John H. Cook, A.M.

Education



Viola Boddie
Latin



E. C. Lindeman, B.S.
Economics and Sociology



Henrietta Lancner, B.S.
Home Economics



Caroline Pauline Barbara Schoch, B.Di., Ph.D.
German



tEuGENE W. Gudcer, M.S., Ph.D.
Biology and Ccology



Blanche Elaine Shaffer, B.S., M.A.
Foods and Nutrition



tHiNDA T. Hill, A.M.
French



Lizzie McIver Weatherspoon
Supervising Teacher in Training School



Wade R. Brown
Piano and School Mu



Etta R. Spier, B.S.
Rural Supervisor



Minnie L. Jamison
High School Inspector of Home Economii



Ruth Fitzgerald
Supervising Teacher in Training School



E. J. Forney
Stenography, Typewriting and Boo^eepii



Nellie Lorena Walker, Ph.B.
Supervising Teacher in Training School



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Edith Blaine, B.S.
Supervising Teacher in Training School



Lucile Marshal! Elliot, B.P.
Supervising Teacher in Training School



Ruth D. Ewinc, B.S.

Supervising Teacher in Training School



EzrA Deviny, A.B.
Instructor in Biology



Aline Turner, A.B., B.S., M.A.
Instructor in English



Helen Mayer, B.M.

Instructor in SlringeJ Instruments



Irene Templeton, B.S.
Instructor in Mathematics



James Kerr, M.A.
Instructor in Romance Languages



Lauie Leslie, B.S.
Supervising Teacher in Training School



Mary H. Mendenhall, A.B.
Supervising Teacher in Training School



Majel W. Wood, A.B., A.M.

Instructor in Romance Languages



Clara Booth Byrd, A.B.
Instructor in Commercial Department



Jean Blossom Wilcox, M.l
Instructor in Voice



G. Scott-Hunter
Instructor in Harmony, Counterpoint and Organ



A. T. Wright, B.S.
Physics



EULYTH A. WALEN

Instructor in Physical Cullu



Gertrude Sousley
Instructor in Piano



Annie F. Petty
Library Methods



Alliene Richard Minor
Instructor in Music



Tempe Boddie, A.B.
Instructor in Latin



Mary Robinson, B.S.
Instructor in English



Dora Robinson, A.M.
Instructor in Biology



oy Briccs, B.P.
Domestic Arts



Elva Eudora Barrow, B.S.
Instructor in Chemistry



Florence Eckert, A.B., A.M.
Instructor in English



Alice Kohler, A.B.
Instructor in French



Florence Ferguson, A.B.
Instructor in Foods and Nulritii



Alice E. Bivins
Instructor in School Mu



Magnhilde Gullander, A.B.
Instructor in History



Lula Smith, B.S.
Domestic Art



Richard H. Thornton, A.B., A.M.
Associate in English



Cora Stronc, A.B.
Associate in Mathematics



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Virginia Racsdale, Ph.D.
Associate in Mathematics



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Mary L. Sherrill, A.B., A.M.
Associate in Chemistry



Martha Elizabeth Winfield, B.S.
Associate in English



fFRANCES V. WOMBLE
Associate in English



Harriet Wiseman Elliott, A.M.
Associate in History



Myra Alderman Albright
Instructor in Piano



Alonzo C. Hall, A.B., A.M.
Associate in English



Eva G. Campbell, A.B., M.A.
Instructor in Biology



J. A. Hichsmith, A.M.
Associate in Education



Naomi Neil, A.B.
Instructor in Chemistry



A. P. Kephart, Ph.D.
Associate in Education



Phoebe Gaylord
Public School Music



Elizabeth Marsh, B.S.
Associate in Foods and Nutrition



W. B. Barney, M.A., Ph.D.
Romance Languages



Mary Frances Seymour, A.M.
Associate in Biology



Ethel Bollinger
Secretary of Alumnae Association



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DR. CHARLES DUNCAN MclVER

FOUNDER AND FIRST PRESIDENT



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Lavender and Whi



Jack Van Sindley
Senior Class Mascot



Motto: Love, Honor, Loyalty



Class Song



Flower: Violet



Nineteen Twenty, we're a loyal band.

Working all together with a steadfast aim,
Seeking laurels that our class may stand.

Adding honor to our college name.
To our colors we will faithful be:

Lavender and While, we pledge to thee,
Love that we feel will strengthen thee,

Honor that we know we owe to thee.
Loyalty in work, that all may see

Our Love. Honor, Loyally.



Under our banner of Lavender and White,

Proving our devotion to a strong ideal.
We strive ever upward to a greater height.

To attainments that the world must feel.
In that life that we must lead apart.

Thoughts of thee will linger in each heart.
From thy influence we must gain our start.

Ever mindful of our debt to thee.
Showing how worthy our motto may be

By Love, Honor, Loyalty.




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Senior Class Officers
Fall Term

Sybil Barrington President

Elizabeth McLean Vice-President

Hessie Blankenship Secretary

Ida Owens Treasurer

Elsie Swindell Critic

Spring Term

Mary Winn Abernathy President

Hazel West Vice-President

Elizabeth Davis Secretary

Katie Kinc 7V<

Carrie Tabor Critic



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Senior Class



Mary Winn Abernethy, A.B Portsmouth, Va.

"Persuasive speech and more persuasive sighs.
Silence thai spolge and eloquence of eyes."



A.lelphian; Vi.-.-Pr. si. lent ..f Class of '17: Me
Co-Society Debater of 'IS; Recording Secretary
'19; Literary Editor of t/ora.l.li; Literary Editor of Pi



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: lass hails from Portsmouth, the Pearl of the Tidewater. However, she is not a Virginian,
because she was born and still is a Tar Heel. The three joys of her life are going (o the "little store,"
taking the vampire's part in plays, and talking. During her college career she has never sacrificed any of
these joys to work; she has not needed to. because her mind always acts quickly under pressure. She never
loses command of herself and in all activities is cool-headed. Mary Winn is one of the brilliants among
the twenties. Her extemporaneous recitations in Psychology and Shakespeare will long be remembered
as characteristic of her brilliance. Her skill in debate and dramatics would make us picture for her a
career in Washington, or some such place, if it was not for the fascination which one town called
Rutherford College holds for her.



HELEN DeVare ASKEW Hertford County, Ahoskie, N. C.

"I'll be merry. 111 be free,
III be sad for nobody.''



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Helen always says: "I don't know a thing"; but if you want to know a date just ask her. She is one
of our leading "humorists," possessing a quality which makes ordinary expressions appear in a fanny
light. Helen is very athletic, too. The way she swings her tennis racket gives her the championship
of the Senior Class. Always cheerful, willing, and lovable, these, with her winning personality, make
up a character which appeals to all of us.



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Senior Class



Mary Alderman, B.S G:



reensDoro,



N. C.



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It is true Mary has not boarded in the dormitories, but she has been with us a large part of the time,
usually in Mclver Building and the Library. She has been invaluable to our class in many respects,
especially in keeping the dietetics class posted on the latest food prices in Greensboro. Judging from
her skillfulness in helping manage the cottage, we can safely predict for her a successful future. Cheer-
fulness is her daily guide, efficiency her creed.



Isabell Audrey, A.B.



Charlotte. N. C.



"The better part of valor is discretion.
•lass. Spring. 'IT; Sub-Fire Lieutenan



Council of Y. W. C. A.. 'lS-'lS;
•1S-'19: Member of Intet-Soeis
Member of Dieean Literary S»ci

If you want her face to look
Biology, Chemistry, or what not.

and who is able and who is going to stand u
derful conception of college, her warm enth
future demands much from our worthy Isabe



t. Spring 'IT: Executive
Dikean Literary Societv,
lS-'lS, '19-'20; Charter



tell her of some recent discovery in Science,
5 real beauty, thereby gaining cultural value
)ut among our '20's as one who has ideas and convictions,
for them. As a member of our student body, her won-
nasm and her ability make her value inestimable. The



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Senior Class

Sybil Barrincton, A.B Raleigh, N. C.

"A heart to mill, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute."

Adelphian; Hockey Team, '16. '17, 'IS, '19; Proctor, '17; Secretary of Class, Fall of

•17; Society Orator, Spring of 'IS; T. W. C. A. Cabinet. '18-'19; Athletic Cabinet,

'19-'20; President Senior Class, Fall of '19; Class Historian. Spring of '20.

Sybil is one of our smallest Seniors, yet she hits ihe volley ball as far, "pathetic" dances just as well,

and makes as many "ones" as anybody in the class, and still holds a very dear place in the hearts of us

all. She is a girl we may turn to for encouragement, cheer, and love, and always we get just the kind

of sympathy we need. She keeps herself so well in hand that she is at any time able lo see through the

joys and sorrows of others and share jovs and divide the sorrow. Here's to Sybil, our first Senior

President!

Anna Bernard Benson, A.B Monroe, N. C.

"The glass of fashion, and the mold of form.
The observed of all observers."
Adelphian; Chorus. '16-'17. '17-'1S; President Freshman Latin Club. '17: Sub-Fire
Lieutenant. '17; Proctor. 'IT-IS ; Dramatic Club. '19-'20; Glee Club. '19-'20; Vice-
President Adelphian Society. '19; Toastmistress Adelphian Banquet. '19.
"Ooooh— looook!" And what do we see? Just Anna Bernard! Well, not "just" Anna Bernard, but
JUST almost the most versatile girl in the whole Senior Class. She can act creditably anything from
modest little Priscilla of old to modern Molly, a scandalously flirtatious maid. And she can play the
piano, too — gets more music out of one than many of us who have toiled four long years. Interpretive
dancing is not the least of her accomplishments, either. But the way we have to think of Anna Bernard
most is as the charming little toastmisyess presiding most graciously over our last initiation banquet. She s
a fine friend if you'll let her be, but you must understand her, sympathize with her in all her troubles,
and encourage her with flattering remarks once in a while. We hate to predict for her a life of school
teaching, for she has so many other attractive qualities to be developed. But have you ever heard her
speak of those Training School kids of hers? "You all just don't know how funny they are," she says. "I
feel like they're my very own." Keep developing those fine faculties of yours, Anna — and here's luck
to you!



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Senior Class



Mary Benton, B.S Monroe, N. C.

"Ideas in the head set hands about their general iasfys."



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Independent Mary is the "lalkingest" girl we have; in fact, she likes to talk so well that she often

resorts to backward talking for variety. She is influential to the point of making people do things,

whether they want to or not, and has proved herself capable of successfully engineering some of the

most difficult student activities. Always ready to help those who need help, our "Bary Menton" has
an irresistible attractiveness all her own.



Hessie Anne Blankenship Statesville, N. C, Route No. 4

"She loc-kelh well to the ways of her household and eateth not the bread of idleness."



Hessie has the ability to do everything well. She never has lime for loafing, not even during walking
period, for she sticks to close, steady work, and takes life rather seriously. She puts as much effort in
non-academic affairs as she does in academic, and they are done equally as well. If you will consult
Miss Moore's records you will see that she holds 50 per cent of all the Ts and 2's.



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Senior Class

Mabel Frances Boysworth, A.B Norwood, N. C.

"Eternal sunshine settles on her head."
Cornelian; Orchestra. '17-'1S, '1S-'19, '19-'20; Basketball Team. 'IS, '19; Y. W. C. A.
Cabinet Member, 'lS-'SO.

Here is a good, all-'round girl in classwork, athletics, and college life in general. Her charming per-
sonality has made her known and loved by all. She is sure to make good in whatever she undertakes,
and leaves with the best wishes of all her classmates.

Ethel Bovte, A.B Monroe, N. C.

"/ am not only witty in myself.
But the cause that wit is in others."
Cornelian; Cabinet of Y. W. C. A.. '17-'18, '1S-'19, '19-'20; Fire Lieutenant. '19-'20;
Member of the Glee club. '19-'20; Basketball Team. 'lH-'20: Secretary of Class of
'lT-'lS; Critic of Cornelian Literary Society, '1S-'19; Undergraduate Field Repre-
sentative. '19-'20; Member of Dramatic Club, '19, '20.

Ethel— yes, this is Ethel. She is always present with her ready wit and humor. It is Ethel who is
called upon to make the "peppy" speeches for athletics, society, student government, and Y. W. C. A.
Not even all these activities can exhaust her surplus energy. She is not only ready to take part in all
student activities, but she is a loyal and true friend to all those who sorrow or are homesick. Because
of a sympathetic understanding, she can always comfort those who need comforting. Ethel is the broad-
minded one; she never thinks in single terms, but in "doubles." Many times she has flown on the wings
of "sweet zephyrs" to poetical fields, from which she has gathered, in the language of that land, thoughts
for Coraddi. As a student she has gained the respect and admiration of our faculty. Her special
interest in the Biology Department, shown by her promptness and neatness, prophesies great success for
her in carrying out the hard-learned "Principles of Education."



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Senior Class



Virginia Dare Braswell, A.B Whitakers, N. C.

"Hope, of all ills men endure.
The on/\j cheap and universal cure."



Virginia is the possessor of a splendid gift — a cheerful disposition. Doubtless this is the secret of* her
success in winning, with so little fret and worry, a d'ploma, and also in making many warm and lasting
friendships. In her junior year her favorite pastime was discujs'ng economics. This year it is almost
impossible to tell which takes more of her time and furnishes more material for her conversation. Training
School or Monsieur G , to whom we often find her composing "une lettre en francais."



Carrie Burton, A.B Ruffin, N. C.

"Speak >h mind."

Carrie is so very quiet and unassuming that she is rea ly known by only a few of us. Those of us who
know her best love her and feel that the others who do not know her quite as well have missed some-
thing. After she leaves college, we expect to hear that she is making a great success as a teacher or that
she has become a great chemist or physicist.



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Senior Class



Annie Louise Campbell, A.B Hamer, S. C.

"My honor is ml) life. Both grow in one."



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This quiel, unassuming girl c

of work, but she is a steady and earne:

bilities and expect to hear of her great



i prominently as a "star" perfoimer in any particular branch
rker in everything she undertakes. We all realize her capa-
ess after she leaves college.



Joe Causey, B.S Liberty, N. C.

"// / Jo vov a friendship, I'll perform it to the last article."
Adelphian; Proctor, '17; Basketball, Spring of 'IS; Basketball, Spring of '19; Secre-
tary of Class, Spring of '19; Athletic Association Cabinet, '19-'20; Literary Editor of
Pine Needles; Reporter for Carolinian; Hockey, Fall of '19.

When you are going to have a parly,
And you want a cake baked —
Go to Joe.
When you get up a team, and

That team is a hockey team —
Get Joe.
When you want to make a schedule, and
That schedule conflicts-
Go to Joe.
When you need a friend

That's a friend indeed—
Find Joe.



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Senior Class



Julia Grimes Cherry, A.B Rocky Mount, N. C.

"An inborn Grace that nothing lacked of culture or appliance."



Secretary of Class. '16; College Chorus; Colleg
ball Team, Spring !:>; Basketball Team, Fall '1!
of Society, 'IS; President of Society, '19; Class Poet

s are always connected



House President.



Gin- Club: Basket



Cherries are always connected with great people. Julia's name suits her. She looks as if she wou
good to eat — some people at least think so. They like her dreamy eyes, her rosy cheeks and lips,
really goes about everything in a slow, graceful, dignified way — in presiding over her society,
presiding over Miss King's office especially. Some day she wants to preside over a newspaper
must we say Boston? She is now trying to decide on a name for it — "The Corydon." In additi
all of her other talents, Julia is broad-minded enough to include athletics and dramatics.



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Rachael Clifford, A.B Dunn, N. C.

"No storm ever ruffled the current of her life."



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outside work than any girl in college-
dependable. From the I's and 2's on
as many friends as any girl here — con
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say so), but she is much rm
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her record you may judge that she
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Catherine Cobb, B.S.



'The fair, the chaste, the unexpr



I; Dramatic



Norfolk, Va.



Critic Class of 1920, Fall of



Coquettish? Not exac ly ; just a complete heart-smasher. Such "Katie's" many adoring courtiers declare,
though it is quite c ident that this goddess of grace and beauty is perfectly unconscious of her charm, for
in her case the well-known :aying becomes: "He came; he saw; she conquered." Broad-mindedness,
co-operation and sincerity are the rr.-enthelical expressions for Catherine's brilliant mind and strong

classmate, and is true through "thick and thin" to all her friends, especially her other self— Norma.



Natalie Coffey, A.B Raleigh, N. C.



till, she mill, and \)o



depend



"Little Coffey" is one of ojr band who is good-hearted and sympathetic to the very highest degree. She
stands out as our model for "pathetic dancing." She would rather dance than do anything else, not even
sludy excepted. Believ'ng that loo "much study is of weariness to the flesh," she has not injured her
health by oveiwork. This, however, was unnecessary, becauce her exceedingly bright mind and deter-
mination were such as to make a remarkable record with little effort on her part. She looks for the best
in people about her, and usually sees it. We can give her a task and bs sure that she will perform it
to the minutest detail. Natalie can usually be found directing her work for Adelphai, yet she takes an
active part in every organization of which she is a member. She do;s her work well, and (ficn has lime


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