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nie Smith, Agnes Steele, Grace Frazier, Lela Harper, Annie Preston Heilig, Terrene
Holleman, Laura Howard, and Lucy Vickery ; and the guilty ones who had been at last
discovered taking the money were our former Y. W. C. A. president, Patte Jordan,
and our former Student Government president, Lois Wilson!

Suddenly an idea came into Dr. Adrey's head. "'And what are you?" she
blurted out.

Then I replied majestically: "I am the Rev. K. L. Willis, A.B., M.A., B.M.,
D.D.„ Ph.D., LL.D., D.D.S., R.S.V.P. I am an excellent preacher! Heredity
made me an excellent preacher, if nothing else; my father is a preacher; my grandfather
is a preacher ; my uncle is a preacher ; my great-uncle is a preacher ; my cousins are
preachers. I am good myself, and do the world much good. At present I am running
a world-wide campaign against the use of Coca-Cola — even to relieve fatigue."

"Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall," whispered the
Wee Small Voice in my ear.

Just then, with a heavy thud, I awoke to find myself lying on the floor, aching in
every joint. I gazed wonderingly around me. Books to the right of me; books to the
left of me — a World of Service. Then, glancing at the table, I spied a wicked-looking
half-filled Coca-Cola bottle, and I whispered, "Never more."



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WE SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US



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WE SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US



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WE SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US



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JUNIORS



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Motto: Onward




Lillian Jackson, Class Mascot



Come, let us sing lo Whi

In these and other days —

A song of deep fidelity.

Of grateful love and praise.

For while the class of twenty-one
Goes "Onward" strong and true



Class Song

nd Blu,



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of Whit,



Blue



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The ideals we

To these we'll all be true-
To Justice, Truth and Purity,

Because of White and Blu,
And then for Alma Mater dea

A servant each may be.
By giving always, everywhere,

Great love and sympathy.



For class and college, too.
Move "Onward," striving ne'er

The noblest thing to do.
For Justice, Truth and Purity

Our banner floats above,
Uniting all who follow her

In sympathy and love.



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Junior Class Officers

Fall Term

Ruth Winslow ... ... President

Clyde Wright Vice-President

Jennie Mann Clark Secretary

Ruth Vick Treasurer

Mary Wooten Critic

Spring Term

Virginia Davis President

Bertie Lee Whiteside Vice-President

Carrie Bell Ross Secretary

Mary Nixon Treasurer

Flossie Foster Critic





Junior Class




Mildred Barrington


. Adelphian


Raleigh, N. C.




Elizabeth Black


. Cornelian


Concord, N. C.




Frances Black


. . Cernelian


Norfolk, Va.




Mary H. Blair


. Cornelian


Cape May, N. J.




Viva Bordeaux


. . Adelphia


Ivanhoe, N. C.




Lottie Burnsides


. Adelphian


Pomona, N. C.




Carolyn Clarke


. Cornelian


Middletown, N. C.




Jennie Mann Clarke ....


. . Cornelian


Middletown, N. C.






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Junior Class

Annie Cummings Adelphian

Reidsville, N. C. ^"'"^ \

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Marion Bruce Daniel 4delphian ^^^. «^B

Fork Union, Va. ^Bf/^^3 W'

Virginia Davis Adelphia ^

Greensboro, N. C. ^^K% »F ^V

Edna Evans 4delphian ;r ~^H| -4

Manteo, N. C. | PIP ?5 ^B 5fl^^^

Flossie Foster 4delphian _J^B ^^^""' "^

HATTIE Fox Cornelian

Hickory, N. C. MP* , . ™

Ann Fulton Cornelian s*-^t»

Walnut Cove, N. C. j|0 ik. ^ l^B

Thelma Gibson Cornelian

Laurinburg, N. C. I^^WW




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Junior Class

Essie Glass Cornelian

Morganton, N. C.

Pauline Green Adelphian

Northside, N. C.

Blanche Grigg Cornelian

Gastonia, N. C.

Pantha HARRELSON Cornelian

Cherryville, N. C.

Nelle Harry Cornelian

Harrisburg. N. C.

Evelyn Hodges Adelphian

Greenville, N. C.

Kathleen Huntley Adelphian

Wadesboro, N. C.

Mary Jackson Adelphian

Greensboro, N. C.



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Junior Class M^ B^

K\ "a

Matilda [ones . Corne/ian Mb 1

Fremont. N. C. ^ Wik ME

Willie Lou Jordan Adelphian H ^^^^^

Hendersonville, N. C. V J^^l^^ j

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Lena Kernodle Adelph.an f. ^^^^ ■ m^ wM

Washington, D. C. Mk Hk ^

Annie Lambe Cornelian BP P^M^H

Slier City, N. C. Jf^"

<£»

Ruth Lineberger Cornelian ^^^

G— .N.C. ^% V"'^

Eunice McAdams Corne/ia;i ^fl ^^^

Salisbury, N. C. ^ J^^^,

Isabel McDoweli .Adelphian W^^mZ^k^^^

Waynesville, N. C. JM ^W ^

Lula Martin McIver Dikean WLp ^7^1

Greensbcro, N. C.



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Junior Class

Katherine MlLLSAPS Cornelian

Statesvillc, N. C.

HoRTENSE Moseley Cornelian

Kinston, N. C.

Kathleen Moseley Cornelian

Kinston, N. C.

Sadie Moyle Adelphian

Salisbury. N. C.

Gladys Newman Cornelian

Clinton, N. C.

Mary Nixon Cornelian

Hertford, N. C.

Reid Parker Adelphian

Folkland, N. C.

LlLLIE PARRISH Adelphian

Ashboro, N. C.



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Junior Class Mfr J^

Vera Paschal Dikean Ek v'^

Silver City, N. C. j ^fil£ ^T ^™.

Maude Pierce Adelphian ifjfc -^JH

Hallsboro, N. C. M ^^m S Jl^^^ "

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Blanche Plott Cornelian mfL '

Sarah Poole Cornelian iHWh^^"'

Greensboro, N. C. WW W 4 ""'■■

Minnie Rodwell Cornelian f^^."

Marion, N. C. ^^^. i^P ^i

Carrie Bell Ross Adelphian

Ayden, N. C. ^3'tem'!

Aline Saunders Adelphian

Wilmington, N. C.



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Junior Class




Elizabeth O. Smith


Adelphian


Greensboro, N. C.




Pauline Stone


. Cornelian


Denton, N. C.




Margaret Stroud


. . Dikean


Greensboro. N. C.




Ruth Vick


. Cornelian


Macon, N. C.




Vera Ward


. Adelphian


Lake Junaluska, N. C.




Gladys Wells


. Cornelian


Clinton, N. C.




Bertie Lee Whitesides ....


. Adelphian


Gastonia, N. C.




Gladys Whitley


. Adelphian


Washington, N. C.





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junior Class ^M «^

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Annie Belle Williams Cornelian ^^'M BJ^^ ^fll

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LSON Addphian Ht -i jB

Dover, N. C. ^9^ "M^ W

Margaret Wilson Cornelian ■■ ^HH

Wilson's Mill, N. C. "^ U j

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Ruth WlNSLOW Cornelian

Elizabeth City, N. C. J0L Ife^ 1

Mary Wooter Cornelian

Goldsboro, N. C.

Clyde Wright Adelphian

Ingold, N. C.

Mary Stearns Cornelian

Statesville, N. C.

Anabel Graham Cornelian

Godwin, N. C.

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SHOULDER TO SHOULDER



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M"bN KEY
BLANCHE PLOTT




^- PEACOCK




&IRAFFE
SADIE MOYLE




MAGcPlE
BEAST OF"BU Rl ) E K "K.LYN CM* FCJK



MAT^YBLMR



"RUTH WMsLOW




SNAIL T 1 w KITTEN

B.L.WHiTESiOES GO-aoVs wells MARY NIXON



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS



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Soph



omore



CI



ass



Motto : Conquer



Class Song

In every thought, in every deed,

Working for the right,
"Conquer" be thy noble creed,

Oh, Class of Green and While.
In foreign land, 'neath dislant sun,

Wherever we may stray,
Until our work on earth be done

The world will hear us say:

Chorus

Striving ever upward

To all our visions true;
Our hearts we pledge, our loyalty,

To thee, oh, twenty-two.

What though our tasks be great or small,

We will do our best.
Until we've answered duty's call

Not one of us shall rest.
And in the tasks that we must face

At home or when abroad,
We'll scorn all thoughts that might debase,

And work with one accord.



Flower: White Rose



Page




Sophomore Class



Members



Arminta Aderhalt .


Lexington,


Lois Albright . . .


. Burlington,


LUCRETIA ASHBY . .


Mt. Airy,


Muriel Barnes . .


. Greensboro,


Jane Beatty . . .


. . Ivanho,


Rachel Barwick . .


. . Grifton,


Carey Batchelar


. Warrenton,


Jessie Baxley . . .


. . Gibson,


Lillian Belk . . .


Union Mills,


Eldah Bell ....


Pilot Mountain


Mary Louise Bender


Jacksonville,


Margaret Blair . .


. Charlotte,


Marie Bontiz . . .


Wilmington,


Martha Bradley . .


Gastonia,


Clara Bramley . .


Gastonia,


Mattie Brite . . .


Elizabeth City,


HlLDECRADE BROCK


. . Trenton,


Sadie Bell Brown .


. . Tarhoro,


Mildred Burch . .


. Greensboro,


Ethel Bynum . . .


Farmville,


Acnes Cannady . .


. . Oxford,


Sarah Cannady . .


. . Oxford,


Anne Cantrell . .


. . Winston,


Mabel Carpenter


. . Durham,


Olive Chandley . .


. Greensboro,


Helen Cozart . . .


. . Oxford,


Helen Creasy . . .


Wilmington,


Cathryn Cross . .


. Gatesville,


Elma Crutchfield


. Reidsville,


Edith Cunningham


Franklin,


Charlotte Daughety


. . Kinston,


Florine Davenport .


. Columbia,


Annie Pearl Dobbins


Yadkinville,


Mabel Eure . . .


Wilmington,


Gussie Finch . . .


. . Kittrell,


Hannah Fleetwood .


. Hertford,


Grace Forney . . .


. Greensboro,


Elizabeth Foust . .


. Greensboro,


Emeline Goforth . .


. . Lenoir,


Thelma Goforth . .


. Nealsville,


Connie Heafner . .


. . Crouse,


Margaret Heinsbercer


Wilmington,


Agnes Henderson


. Warrenton,


Ruth HlCCINS . . .


. Caroleen,


Ruby Hodcin . . .


. Greensboro,


Cleo Holloman . .


. . . Cary,


Huldah Hc.loman


Rich Square,


Lucy Hunter . . .


. . Turkey,



N. C.

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N. C.
N. C.
N. C.
N. C.
N. C.
N. C.



LlLES



Zelian Hunter
Mary John, . . .
Elizabeth Jones .
Vera Keech . . .
Rena Kinc . . .
Ruth Kohn . . .
Lila Ward Koonce
Juanita Koontz .
Henrietta Kornegay
Margaret Lane
Helen Leach . .
Mary Katherine
Louise Loetsch
May McArn . .
Joscelyn McDowell
Lucille Mason
Kate Mitchell
Hazel Mizelle
Irene Perkins . .
Virginia Postles .
Branson Price . .
Mildred Price . .
Zula Ray . . .
Dixie Reid . . .
Sadie Rhodes . .
Hazel Rogers . .
Laura Jo Roland
Joyce Rudisill . .
Eva Lee Sink . .
Sarah Smith . .
Virginia Smoot
Julia Mae Southerland
Mabel Stamper
Elizabeth Stanford
Agnes Stout . .
Ruth Teachey . .
Florence Till . .
Virginia Tinsley .
Sallie Tucker . .
Jinsie Underwood
Fleta Wallace
Myrtle Warren .
Josephine Weaver
Mary Sue Weaver
Foda White . .
Kate Whitley . .
Katherine Yoder .



Greensboro, N. C.

Laurinburg, N. C.

Charlotte, N. C.

. Tarboro, N. C.

Princeton, N. C.

Mt. Holly, N. C.

Wilmington, N. C.

Salisbury, N. C.

Mt. Olive, N. C.

. Auburn, N. C.

Franklin, N. C.

. Morven, N. C.

Washington, D. C.

Laurinburg, N. C.

Waynesville, N. C.

Aberdeen, N. C.

Mt. Airy, N. C.

Robersonville, N. C

Greensboro, N. C

Washington, D. C.

Madison, N. C.

Madison, N. C.

Franklin, N. C.

Rutherfordton, N. C.

Newbern, N. C.

. Franklin, N. C.

Burnsville, N. C.

. Crouse, N. C

Thomasville, N. C.

Laurinburg, N. C.

Concord, N. C.

Goldsboro, N. C.

Mt. Pleasant, N. C.

. . Teer, N. C.

Burlington, N. C.

Reidsville N. C.

. . Tampa, Fla.

Stoneville. N. C.

Winterville, N. C.

Waynesville. N. C.

. . Star, N. C.

Gastonia, N. C.

Lexington, N. C.

Franklin, N. C.

. . Alin, N. C.

. Infield, N. C.

Linville City, N. C.



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NEW GIRL MASQUERADE



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Leave \Ne \\\q VecovA

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O\o' banner wvoug V\t oV Ylhiie aw\ tfr«en.

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Our Slogan ,0\<>y mv <j.\cr\ v<or^ ( CotvG\vver 0\x<

fiounA *h\<b 9VCdt ^\\6\n^K\ , buila We OUf Cas\Ws
^ip\<^ vie our cdMVcs oV ^at\c\i ,b)j ^\cVion,
""ree\ -foe u must ore** , QUr \\Ve merit tambkte hem
/*UHe them ncV\ wi^Vi ^yinV^aX drace ",
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Will u]pho\a \\\e\r sumbol , conquer <\U evi\s,
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"TWcu \etve \\\\<i Wov\a Jjer yefl^ec Jpeoce^



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SOPH. REALITIES



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FRESHMEN



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Pine



Freshman Class Officers

First Term




Margaret Murray President

Elizabeth Lindsay Vice-President

Omah Williams Secretary

Florence Way Treasurer

Helen Warren Critic

Maitland Sadler Monitor



Second Term




Mary Sue Beam President

Josephine Jenkins Vice-President

Virginia Harris Secretary

Virginia Wood Treasurer

Frances Watson Critic

Cliffie Williams Monitor



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Freshman Class



Colors: Red and White



Motto : Courage



Flower: Red Rose



College Song



Joyfully we hail thee, O Class of Red and White,
And may we ever strive to keep (hee in the right;
May we be always staunch and true,
As our dear red rose bids us do. Let us lift our vc



strong and clear.



Chorus

Let us lift our voices strong and clear
To tell of progress day by day;

Our motto. Courage, leads us on;
Hope gilds the future's way.

And dear old '23, we raise our voices to thee;
We pledge our trust, our love, and our loyalty;
We give our life, our all, to the honor of thy nan
And ever in the future years our hearts will be the




Antoinette Parker Wirth



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Fresh



man ^>lass



Clc



Members



Abernethy, Clarissa
Adams, Ethel
Albright, Elizabeth
Albright, Grace
Allison, Sarah
Allison, Zella May
Alspaugh, Christine
Alspauch, Emo
Angel, Ola
Armstrong, Mary
Ayers, Vera
Bardwell, Dorothy
Bass, Tempie
Batts, Elizabeth
Baysden, Ruth
Beam, Mary Sue
Beaty, Bertie
Bedell, Margaret
Belion, Jessie
Biggs, Ad^ie
Black, Gladys
Blanchard, Virginia
Blevins, Clara
Boney, Allie Hill
Boseman, Mary
Bostian, Elizabeth
Bradshaw, Julia
Brake, Beulah
Brigcs, Thelma
Brittain, Carrie
Brooks, Annette
Brooks, Frances
Brooks, Mary Alyce
Brown, Charlotte
Buerbaum, Elizabeth
Bundy, Maude

BURCHETTE, MaVIS

Burns, Mary
Caldwell, Collina
Caldwell, Irene
Calvert, Martha
Cardwell, Ida
Carmon, Fannie
Chandley, Helen
Clark, Carrie
Clement, Dorothy



Cockerham, Estelle
Cole, Minnie
Collier, Elizabeth
Collins, Sallie Lee
Craig, Nellie
Craven, Clara S.
Cross, Mildred
Culbreth, Ruth
Dallas, Ruby
Dancey, Carrie
Davidson, Fannie
Davis, Lillian
Deans, Hattie
Dixon, Joy
Drew, Bertha
Durham, Gertrude
Earle, Alva
Edwards, Virginia
Elliott, Alice
Ervin, Sue
Ervin, Vera
Evans, Mabel
Ferree, Helen
Fleming, Ethel
Fulton, Elizabeth
Fulton, Pearl
Gabriel, Mary
Garner, Irene
Gaston, Katherine
Gill, Julia B.
Goodman, Mavis
Goodwin, Rachel
Gordon, Nannie
Gray, Eugenia
Greene, Maggie Belle
Gregg, Katherine
Haicler, Sue
Hairston, Lou
Harper, Elma
FIarper, Sara
Harper, Thelma
Harrell, Eleanor
Harrell, Ruth
Harris, Eva
Harris, Rubie
Harris, Virginia



Harrison, Sap.a
Hauser, Lillian
Hawkins, Bernard
Headen, Luta
Hepler, Mabel
Herman, Grace
Herring, Mary V.
Hill, Eleanor
Hodges, Eva
Holden, Esther
Holleman, Dare
Holmes, Carrie Mae
Holton, Elizabeth
Hoyle, Jessie
Hudnell, Helene
Hudnell, Mayfield
Humphrey, Kathryn
Humphrey, Margie
Hunt, Satie
Iseley, Mitylene
Ivey, Rachel
Jenkins, Josephine
Jessup, Lola
Johnson, Annie
Johnson, Bertha
Johnson, Katherine
Johnston, Helen
Jones, Acnes
Jones, Helen
Jordan, Malona
Kanipe, Bulah
Kearns, Lillie D.
Kersey, Dorothy
Kincaid, Sarah
Kirkman, Florence
Kirkman, Mary
Kirkpatrick, Wilma
Kiser, Alna Loue
Kittrell, Mary Ellen
Knight, Pearl
Kornegay, Louise
Kornecay, Mary E.
Landon, Catherine
Lattimore, Matilda
Leary, Elizabeth
Leary, Florrie



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Leary, Kathleen
Lee, Elizabeth
Lewis, Amy
Lindsay, Elizabeth
Little, Emma
Locke, Lucy
Loflin, Donna Lee
Long, Grace
Long, Mattie
Lovett, Lucy
Lucas, Pauline
Lupton, Mildred
McCain, Mary
McCracken, Beatrice
McDonald, Mary
McGhee, Esthelle
McIver, Janie
Mann, Eunice
Mann, Mildred
Markham, Sadie S.
Masemore, Ann L.
Matheson, Mollie
Matthews, Mae
Maynard, Bynum
Mebane, Margaret
Mellon, Mary L.

MlDYETTE, ISABELLE

Miller, Zelma
Mills, Thelma
Mitchell, Annie Maude
Mitchell, Beulah
Mitchell, Sudie
Moore, Eliza
Moore, Ida Belle
Moore, Pauline
Motsincer, Nell
Mulder, Allene
Murchison, Louine
Murphy, Edith
Murray, Alma
Murray, Margaret
Newton, Caroline
Noble, Ruby

NOLAND, LURA May

Norman, Oleta
O'Brien, Elizabeth
Parker, Foy
Parker, Iola
Parkin, Lucy
Parrish, Blanche



Parrott, Helen
Peacock, Mary T.
Pearce, Janie
Peeler, Della
Penn, May Belle
Penny, Lyda
Phelps, Elizabeth
Phelps, Pearle
Phillips, Flossie
Piatt, Josephine
Pope, Alice
Powell, Lavinia
Presson, Sarah
Pritchard, Bessie Lee
Pugh, Gladys
Redwine, Jessie
Reynolds, Ann Thorp
Rhyne, Maude
Roddick, Jean
rodwell, sallie
Rose, Jessie
Rowe. Marianne
Rudisill, Mabel
Sadler, Maitland
Sands, Edna Maie
Sapp, Mary A.
Scott, Blanche
Shearer, May
Sinclair, Lena
Sitison, Mae
Sloop, Lura Belle
Smith, Gertrude
Smith, Ona
Summers, Frances
Sossamon, Syretha
Sparcer, Lillian
Spicer, Blanche
Stafford, Hazel
Stanfield, Irvin
Stanton, Mary Lee
Stem, Pauline
Stilwell, Mary
Stone, Grace
Strowd, Annie
Sugc, Mary
Sustare, Annie
Tate, Margaret
Taylor, Pearl
Terrell, Virginia
Thicpen, Elizabeth



Thicpen, Martha
Thompson, Alberta
Thompson, Nell
Tilley, Pearl
Tilley, Ruth
townsend, tessie
Trundle, Mary
Turner, Iris
Uzzell, Mildred
Uzzle, Elizabeth
Van Poole, Ruth
Vinson, Esther
Warren, Helen
Warren, Sarah
Washburn, Mary
Washburn, May
Waters, Irene
Watson, Challie
Watson, Frances
Watson, Hattie Bell
Watson, Mary Lee
Watts, Hessie
Way, Florence
Wells, Lydia
Wells, Rosa Lee
West, Susie
White, Martha
White, Mary E.
White, Sarah C.
Whitley, Lena
Whitley, Lizzie
Whittincton, Marcaret
Wiggins, Elizabeth
Williams, Cliffie
Williams, Gurtha
Williams, Louise
Williams, Margaret
Williams, Omah
Williams, Stella
Willis, Leah
Wilson, Florrie
Wilson, Jennie
Wilson, Lucy
Wilson, Sadie
Wood, Virginia
Woodley, Irene
Workman, Sallie
Worsley, Hazel
Wright, Marion
Yates. Annie Lee



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Between You and Me and the Freshmen

AY, friends, you know the Freshmen, don't you? Well, I thought you
did. Couldn't help it? Well, I guess not. They know everybody. Got
all the old girls' numbers, go to see them, make dates, cut up to beat the
band. I'll say it's a great class! You know what Mr. Forney said? He
said the Freshmen beat any class he had ever known for having smiles in their voices.
Which reminds me — did you ever see such pep as they showed in attacking the food?
Miss Brooks is in the last stages of nervous respiration over the fact that they're about
to finish the liver supply. Object to getting up at 6:20? Well, I should say not. They
believe that

Early to bed and early to rise

Makes little Freshmen Sophomore-wise.

All N. C. C. W. is divided into three parts — Adelphian, Cornelian, and Dikean.
All three have been invaded by the Freshmen. Each is strong. The strongest of these
is (you ask the Freshmen).

The Freshmen are green; they turn red easily. Sometimes things look gray, they
get black looks from the teachers, their test papers are spotlessly white, they feel blue,
but there is not a yellow streak in 'em.



We'


e the Freshmen,


that's w


hat w«


And


we'r


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ass, too,


we ar


Our


preci


ous time we


do not v


/aste.


And


we


meet all fee


rs with


i grin


We


came


to the plac


i with a


right g


We


.luck


at first, and


we're st


eking


We


pull


ogether like


a bunch


of ar


We


talk a heap, but


we never





The upper classes envy us
Our joy, our happiness, our jolly fu
They talk about our fine big rep,
They marvel at our spunk and pep.



Everybody knows we
You can tell us by c
All the folks say, wi
"Don't fret about the



the Freshman (
daring dash;
a twinkling eye,
-they'll get there



We were sent from home C. O. D., met by the Y. W. C. A., arrived at N. C.
C. W., initiated by the A. A. and L. S., started in pursuit of A.B., B.S., B.M., shed
buckets of H~0 the first night, rushed to the P. O. at break of day, wished we were
at home P. D. Q., had a call from the C. F. D. in the middle of the second night, were
seated at Z-26, and struck a stump on H. C. F. and L. C. M. — S. O. S. !

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Last, but not least, comes the Special Class. Owing to the fact
that we are here for one year, it is rather hard for us to enter into the
college activities with the same spirit as do the girls who are here for a
longer time. But we are not lacking in spirit. Oh, no! There is as
much pep to be found in the Special Class as in any other class on
the campus, and as far as we are able to do so, in the limited time we
are here, we make use of every opportunity to demonstrate our love
and devotion to our Alma Mater. We have caught the spirit of
college life and are entering with a vim into all of the activities that
go to make up a broad, useful college life.



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Special Class



Floaer: Black-eyed Susan

Motto :



Colors: Black and Gold



Members



Sadie Alexander
Stella Anderson
Flora Ashe
Mary Armond
Annie Bird
Ethel Blackwelder
Inez Eliz Boyce
Grace Boyd
Lila Bell
Hazel Boyte
Gladys Brooks
Jaine Bullard
Marian Cary
Lucy Carter
Nell Chester
Eva Mae Clarke
Louise Coley
Kathleen Culbertson
Lucy Daniels
Clara Dunlap
Della Dobson
Eliza Ellis
Mary Ethel Fields
Margaret Flinton
Bonny D. Folgleman
Mona Fortesque
Janie Frank
Elma Gaffney
Louise Gaston



Anna Gary-
Hazel Gillette
Mattie Hemphil
Cornie Henley
Annie Hall
Ada Eliz Hannah
Pattie Harper
Margaret Harris
Eula Francis Ennis
Thelma Hennis
Stella Henley
Cornelia Heiss
Margaret Hollister
Mary Herndow
Grace Hodson
Janie Howard
Madge Hudgins
Josephine Hudgins
Virginia Ingle
Margaret Isley
Lillian Jones
Mildred Jones
Ethel Jordan
Bess.e Lephew
Mrs. Jane Kelley
Claudia Kelly
Kathleen Kennedy
Hazel Lawson



Martha Lassiter
Eugenia Lockheart
Sarah Loncest
Wylanda McKoy
Sara McNeilly
Lois Morrison
Roas Moss
Whylma Naylor
Vera Norman
Theresa Noland
Katheryn Patterson
Kathleen Pettit
Elidia Pickett
Elizabeth Plonk
Christine Pollock
Lizzie Parham
Maggie Perryman
Irene Postles
Nell Powell
Marian Ramsey
Myrtle Riley
Frances Rea
Anna Rector
Abigail Roan
Mildred Roberts
Ruth Roberts
Hattie Ross
Grady Ruscoe



Sallie Sanders
Mildred Scott
Annie Florence Smith
Nannie Smith
Louise Shaw
Edna Sronce
Nona Mae Sutton
Bernice Simmons
Irene Swicecood
Ola Tate
Sanford Thomas
Edith Thompson
Sallie Thorne
Sara Turlington
Sadie Walker
Mary Low Waters
Grace Ward
Annie Watt
Maggie Lee Weaver
Anita White
Ruth Whitefield
Dorothy White
Blanche Williams
Dorothy Williams
Myrtle Williams
Ruth Wilson
Dolly Worthincton
Lillian Dillon Wooten



Song



Tune—


-Santa Lucia


Tho' we've but one shorl year


We'll strive to win succ


In our college career.


Seek love, find happine;


Alma Mater, we will be


Yield not, but conquer


Loyal and true to thee.


As we fight to reach o



Chorus
Deep in our hearts inlaid
Are memories that ne'er will fade
Deep in our hearts we hold
Our beloved Black and Gold.



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Officers of the Special Class



First Term

Margaret Hollister President

Lila Bell Vice-President

Anna Rector Secretary and Treasurer

Irene Fostles Cheer Leader



Second Term

Dorothy Williams President

Cathleen Culbertson Vice-President

Sadie Walker Secretary and Treasurer

Sanford Thomas Cheer Leader



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Officers of Student Government Association



Lois Wilson . .
Rachael Clifford



juanita kesler
Mary Fulton



Irene Parker
Bessie Lephfew



Dr. Julius I. Foust



. . . President Gladys Wells .
Vice-President Mary John . .

House Presidents

Eunice McAdams Carolyn Clark

Isabelle McDowell Aline Saunders


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