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all Ibr man from 6'inithmark au^
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Ye Pilgrim s Chorus

(Cdllc-gf Song)
U'l raise our voices; hi ihun sutU

I It (I chorus loutl iinil strouij :
Thf roUinu hills siml li<i< k llu sound

(Jj our triiiuil'lunit souy.
For ill otu ijrtdt unlirokcii hiiiul

With loyul lidirts tuitl true.
Your ilnughtirs stuiul . iiiid hiiiid in liiiiid

Sini/. rolliyi di/ir. lo you.

Our (ollcijc d/iys ruu suiflly hy.

And III! too soon icr hurt :
Hut in tilt yiurs thtit iin to coiiir

Dtil> graven on iiuh heart
Our motto, "Service." icill remain:
.4nd service ice irill /lo.
.iud as ive serve, our hearts nill turn.
Oh. collei/e dear, to you.

Dear Alma Mater, strony and great.

lie never shall for yet
J he yratituile lie oive to you —

J never-endiny debt:
All honor to your name ire yive

And love ire pledye aneir.
Unfailing loyalty ire bring,

O colleye dear, lo you.



Pilgrim's Flower: Daisy Pilgrim's Colors: White :inil Goli:

Pilgrim's Motto: "Ser\ice"



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Mr. Walter Clinton Jackson. J'icc-Pranhtit

"Inspiring into virtue was his speech,
.Ind i/ladly liould he learn and i/ladly leai h."



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Deans



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William C. Smith, I'h.H., I..H.n.

ni of Einilisli I ani/iuuir and Lilnalin; and Dran nf l/ir Collcie nf
l.tlural Iris and Siirna-s



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Diploma. Nt-w EiiKlan.l i -..iis.n :,t..i ,v of Musi., ls:oi: w.,|;,. F„i,.st Collt-Ke, Mu
I'mhssnr of M„.<,, and D.an of ihr S< liool of Music


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Ohio Xorlhfrn Unii,,»it>, l'...-^.. \v»>. , Mi;,,Hi. A.B. lill:;; Colun,!.,., ri.ix.rsitv. MA. 1S17: I
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Cnlumliia I'niversity. B..«!.. 191::; MA.. I9IX.
Profrssor nf llnmr Eionomiis and Dran of llic Sclinnl of llnmr Econo


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Mrs. Elia.s J. Di. raxd, U.S., M.A.








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VICTORIA
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rhe North Cnrnlina Ciillege fnr Women

LlLLlAX KlLLIXGSWORTH, A.H.
Er-ikine College, A.H., 1914; Cohimhia t'liiversity.

Marie C. Axdrews, B.S., M.A.

Miami rniversity, B.S., 191 8; Columbia University, M.A., 192+.

Victoria Frederick, A.B., M.A.

University of Illinois, A.B., 1920; Columbia Tniversity, M.A., 1926.

Gexevieve Coolev, A.B., M.A.

University of Montana, A.B., 1925; Columbia University, M.A., 1926.



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Alumni Association



Officers

Kaiurinc Robinson Everett Presiditil

Annie Albright I'irr-Prrsidinl

Laura H. Coit Ilnnmary President

Clara B, B^ rd Gnn-ntl SemUiry

]]<)ARD Members

Em Austin Fleida Johnson Adelaihe \'an \. Howard

Hattie Parrott Patte Jordan' Mable Stamper

Julia CHERR^ Spruii.i Elizabeth Black Jane Summerell

Rosa Blaknev Parker

The alumni have been t;i\en the privilege of dedicating the new auditorlnm and the dedicatinn
exercises will take place next cotnmencemnt, on Alumnae Day, June 4th.

In connection with this event there will he a great HOMECOMING of the daughters of the
college. Every class in the history of the college will have a reunion. Moreover the classes are
including in their reunions this \ear their classmates who entered college with them but who did
not graduate, so that every former student of the college will be grouped on this great HOME-
COMING with her own friends and acquaintances. The reunions are in charge of the following
persons: Class of 1S93: Maude Broadway Goodwin, Carrie Mullins Hunter; Class of 1894: Mary
Lewis Harris, Elizabeth Mclver Weatherspoon ; Class of 1895: Etta Spier; Class of 1897: Minnie
Mclver Brown; Class of 1896: Lillie Boney Williams, Florence Pannill; Class of 1899: Bulus
Bagby Swift, Ethel Foust Lanier; Class of 1900; Auville Lindsey Lowe, Emma L. Speight Morris;
Class of 1901: Bertha Sugg McCullen; Class of 1902: Minnie Fields, Frances Cole Nicholson;
Class of 1903: Mary Taylor Moore, .'Xnna Kiser Bost ; Class of 1904; Florence Ledbetter, Eugenia
Harris Holt, Catherine Xa^h Mclver; Class of 1905: Ruth Fitzgerald, Mary Willis McCulloch;
Class of 1906: Josie Douh Iicnneft ; Cla-s of 1907: Marjory Kennedy White, lola White Thomp-
son, May Lovelace Tomlinson; Class of 1908: Edna Forney, Bright Ogburn Hoyle; Class of 1909:
Matty B. Mitchell Sellars; Class of 1910: Laura W. Cone, Katie Kime ; Class of 1911: Ma>
Vickery Faucette; Class of 1912: Amy Joseph Tuttle; Class of 1913: \'era Idol Coe, lome
Grogan; Class of 1914: Sallie Boddie; Class of 1915: Carey Taylor Wilson; Class of 1916:
Annie Beam Futuierburk; Class of 1917: Ann Daniel Bo\d, .•\nnic S. Pierson Stratford; Class of
191S: Marie Lineberger RichariKon. Su-an Cireen Finch; Class of 1919: Marjorie Craig, Theresa
Williams O'Kelley; Class of 1920: Leia Wade Phillips, Patte Jordan, Joe Causey; Class of 1921:
Lena Kernodle McDufhe, Ruth Winslow Womack, Flossie Foster; Class of 1922: Muriel Barnes,
Helen Creasy Hunter; Class of 1923: \'irginia Terrell, Mary Sue Beam; Class of 1924: Ethel
Royal, Cleo Mitchell; Class of 1925: Polly Duffy, Mae Graham, Mattie Erma Edwards; Class of
1926: Cieorgia Kirkpatrick, Harriet Brown.



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KtCvT-HERINE. ERWIN - 1915 VIRGINIA TERKE:LL - 1923



REPRESENTATIVES OK SOME RED AM) WHITE REL XION' CLASSES



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BoarJ of Directors



A. T. Allex, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Ex-Offiao

President

Wake Colntv

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

Northampton Counts' c:lti.fori) County

Mrs. W. T. Host |. D. Mlrph^' Joe Rosenthal Miss Easdale Shaw-
Wake Col NTv KuNcoME Colntv Wavne County Richmond County
C. H. xMekane j. L. Nelson Mrs. J. A. Brown Jlnls D. Brimes
Catawba Counpy CAMnvEi.i. Count\ Coi.lmbis County Heaufort Counts'

Aaministrative Officers

Ji Lit s I. Kot ST, LL.D.

Fnsid.nl

Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S.

I'iii-l'nsiJrnt ami C.luininiin oj tin- Fatuity oj Social Scifiici'S

\ViLLiAM C. Smith, L.H.I).

Uf-an of tin- Collriji of Lilinal his and Sdencrs

John H. Cook, Ph.D.
Dtan of lilt- Sihool of hJuiiilion and Dir,itor of l/if Summer Session

Wade R. Brown, Mus. D.

Dtan of the Seliool of Music

Blanche E. Schaffer, M.A.

Dean of the Siliool of Home Economics

Mrs. Ellas J. Di rand, M.A.

Dean of Students

WiNFIELoS. BaRNE'i', Ph.D.

('//airman of the Fatuity of Lancjuaijes and Literature

John Pall C^ivler, Ph.B., M.A.

('hair man of tlie Fatuity of Mathematics and Science

ViRGINLA Ragsdale, Ph.D.

('ah'inet Member from the Faculty at Larr/e

(jERTRl DE W. MeNDENHALL, B. S.
Cabinet Member from the Fatuity at l.arr/e

Anna M. Grove, M.D. E. J. Forney Charles B. Shaw, M.A.

I'hysitian Treasurer Librarian

Lai ra H. C\)IT Mary Taylor M(«jre

Secretary of the Collei/e Rei/istrar

W. H. Livers, M.A.

Business Manayer and Direttor of Extension Di-vision









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Grapnology




^RAPHOLOG\ is not a clairvoyant art, but a science.
Ill availing themselves of this modern diagnosis, your editors
have shown themselves progressi\e and resourceful.

In the 17th century, ceitain French monks studied
thousands of writings, and from them deduced fundamental laws govern-
ing the revelation of character through handwriting. Students are learn-
ing more each \ear, but the basic laws are unchanged. Periodicals cov-
ering the subject are published in Ciermanv . France, England and Amer-
ica, and modern psychology is constantly adding to our store of knowl-
edge.

Business men are finding the facts stated in character readings help-
ful, and in the World War one of America's leading graphologists
ser\ed the Xa\\' worthih' in making helpfid recommendations regarding
the placing of men, through his ability to discern special gifts and talents.
The readings herein made of the characters of the Class of 1927,
are neither complete nor inspired. The\ are an attempt to depict for your
amusement and guidance certain outstanding traits in each member of
your famous class. And they will fail of their most important mission
if you are not impressed b\' the fact that the suggestions as to the future
are in no sense prophecies, but definite recommendations as to the types
of vocations for which your personalities are best fitted.
May God bless each one of \'ou richly !

Emily Sdi'hir Hrow.v.



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Ye Classe Presidents

Lillian- Johnson- Frtshman

Mak;orie BoNirz Freshman

Nancy Little Sopliomore

Tempie Williams Sophomore

Mary Zealy Junior

Merry T. McUlelie Senior

"\'e Cl.asse of '27

Colors: Red and White Flouers: Red and White Roses

Mottoe: "Cnurage an<l Purit>"

\e Cl.asse Soxge

Let every voice sing the praise

Of the Class of Red and White;
Our hearts are gay with hjiid acclaim,

For you we'll ahvays fight.

Chorus
We've gathered here from far and near,
We've worked, we've fought, we've
played.
And through it all we cherish most
The friendships we have made.

And now, old .Alma Mater, dear.

We pledge our love anew;
By courage and hy purity,

We'll be forever true.



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Ye Senior Classe Omcers

Merry Theresa McDuffie President

Kathrvn Lewis liie-Presidenl

Fran'ces S PRATT Secretary

JUANITA Stott Treasurer

Fannie Holmes Oate^; Critu

Hazel Hldson Clieer Leader



Ye Classe Po



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Yet tarie awhile at the tavern,

Haste not, \e departing frende.
There's many a weary highway

Til ye reache your journey's ende.
We trust ye've gained from our refuge

Strength to carry along,
And courage to lift the heart

In an old, comradely song.
Ye've rested and labored amongst us

Giving and taking in turn.
And may it be a blessing of service

That the guide shall grant ye earn.
Think ye, along the road\vay,

'Twas a dream in the heart of a man
That founded this tavern of knowledge

With hope and will as his plan.
And as ye journey o'er the countree

To a sacred, far off shrine.
May the olden power of his dream

Awake in vour heart and in mine.



Nancy Little.







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Honorary Members oi the Senior Class



Miss F.steli.k Bo'io
Miss Jessie McLean
Miss Lorna Laverv
Miss Vera Largene
Miss Helen Robinson



Mr. Archie Shaeesrlrv
Mr. Ariihk Oi nn
Miss Mar\ Mnni ev
Miss Marv McCariiiv
Miss Hilda V. Blrr



Miss Helen Smith

ThrouKlioiit our college career our honniar> members have been a Miurce ot help
and Kuidance. Whenever help was asked of them they responded glaiUx and im-
mediatelv. Miss McLean especially helped during the preparation tor our junior-
Senior hancpjet. Mr. Shaftsbury has made an excellent baseball coach tor three
years. Mrs. Moxd is another member who is on the campus and ever ready to
serve us.

Among our honorar\ members who have moved nway are Miss Mary Mobley,
Miss Hilda V. Kurr, Miss Helen Smith, and Miss Marv McCarthy.

We will part with these our friends this year, but with the feeling that their love

goes \Nith us ;il\\a\s.



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Class Mascots



And what woiilii '27 do witliDiit her ■■juriinr pardnt-r-"? In an cffnrt to be en-
tirely impartial, the elas^ selerted a representative frcini both li>t> — a tine little gentle-
itian and a dear little lad\ — to wear the red and white r. vehiuN in theii respective
order of "Coiira^e and Purit\." Four >ears have the> led the line of march, leav-
ing in their wake inspiration that always led to determination, and oftentimes to
victory. Now fully appreciative of their cheerful assistance, the Class of Red and
White is wishing for its faithful mascots everything nohle and lovely to be desired
as they continue their way, remembering forever the standard — "Courage and Purity."



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.hiflphian



Grace L. Anglln Is a young woman of good Judgment.
for she has a level head with some knowle.lge of practical
matters. She assimilates knowledge slowly but thoroughly,
and shows the type of memory found in those who ob-
serve accurately. She has self-assurance in attacking any
problem, and has self-confldence based on her success in
certain directions. .she is far from being the boastful
sort of person, but she goes about with firm tread and
clear eye, with a gentle positiveness which is irresistible.
She can be trusted with any sort of precious secret, as she
does not break confidence, and is particularly reticent
about personal affairs. Teaching, public speaking, pur-
chasing for institutions, or secretarial work would iie con-
genial to her, and would be successfully done.



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5 Hockey Team c;, -11; i-lnss
cal Club (1, 2); French Club

(2); ••Coiaddi" Eilitoi- (21; ■Carolinian" Reporter (?.l;

Class Treasurer (3); House of Representatives (4); Quill

Club (4); Editor-in-Chief •■Carolinian" (4).

Blanche Armfleid is impulslv
ful for other people. She is
sometimes does not take into consideration suffic

.1. l:iy^ :iii.l cliih. ulii. s incident to work with
tliiiiL;^ ;iii,l s\.,M, hiitnan nature. But she insini
I.' :iir , :iii<l tiN Mi'ling about a thousand per



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of publi.



ur cent needed tor

. She wastes some strength, however.

tion and appeal, as a song leader
might, if he used the same movements of arm and body
twenty-four hours in the day that he exerts in leading a
body of students at a football game. Artistic work of
various types might be suitable employment for her: also
some form of reporting in newspaper work, or .salesman-



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Austin knows how to use her margin of
d income well. She likes to give, but only does

careful scanning of her budget and income, and
sidcring the actual need of her prospective bene-

She is a happy sort of person, with her senses
all the delights that the world can offer, yet keep-
mind and spirit on guard lest she enjoy the pleas-
he Hesh Inordinately. She makes the most of any
lity which comes to her for new knowledge and
content to lead an epicurean



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Enia Caroline Bailey is a conscientious person, who
II. L|,, ts no detail in her work and can be trusted to the
iiii.iincst in handling money or fulfilling any obligation
uhi.l, she is willing to assume. She is so accurate and
careful about what she does that those who do not know
her Intimately do not realize how keenely interested she is
in what is going on around her, but It the truth be told.
there is little or nothing which escapes her eagle eye. She
has a detinite purpose in life, and with her good will power
usually accomplishes what she sets out to do. She has
liigh standards in her moral life and is critical of the
standards and results in the life and work of others. She
has the mind of a student and ought to have a long row
of letters after her name if she studies to the point con-
sistent with her intellect.




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rli.-i is aml.itir.us, eagc-r ami imi,.tu..us. She
f. tliouglnlul and sympatlu-tlc, ulul loves lo

people whether they are worthy or not. She
ildren alui pets and has a protective instinct
reature wi-aker or younger than herself. She
and often works beyond her strength because
sni eui-passes her pllysical endurance. She

" ' ■■■^ninacity. and often clings to an idea

ileil by the project itself just for the



ng what she ha



to do. She



capable, for she is not tied to any one

ind being set on the goal rather than the

She is a good organizer, and would be

he head of an institution caring for children of



ck people. In taking .such a pos
irrounci heis.lf with a loyal stafT.



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l:,irnl);ndt has an even disposition and is
. il. .-^Im i.s polite and kindly to all whom .she
i.s Intl. tor the average person. She has
\ali\ Inward her own family and chosen
Is, an. I .an see no wrong in those she loves,
in the street does not even enter her con-
•cpt as she has som.- business relationship
nee.ls him for the carrying out of some pet

thinks clearly, has a good memory, and
make facts clear to others. She has a good
hing. but needs to cultivate more heart in
- into the feelings of her pupils. She has
y an. I would be an able partner in business
■y. speculative person ^vho dared to invest
IS, vet needed a practical person to watch
ores and k.'.-p affairs in goo.l .ir.ler ,so that



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('nrni'tian

Ba.sketl>;ill T, am (1. 2). Tennis ."^quad (1, 2), Hockey
Squad (J, n): Sn. irr .Squad Vl. 3): Track Team CI, 3);
Hikins I 1. 2. 3, 41; (■..liege Sport I^eader (41; Class Swlm-
niins Team i H. 41. (■la,ss Manager |3): A. A. ll, 2, 3, 4);
"n eai-. I ..I' N' '■, V. \V. C. .\. (1, 2. 3, 4); Vice-House Pre.s-
i.bnt C'.i; H.,us. I'resiflent i41; Assistant Junior Shoppe
Man..i...'r I :: I ; S.iiate (4); Zoology Field Club i:i, 41;
i'residMU i4i, French Club (1. 2).

Kleanor Barton has a practical mind and should be cap-
able of running a successful class party in such a way that
everyone would hnv.- a good tiinc and nobody would be left
out. she knows liow lo use money wisely and also is able
to earn !none>' heiself. She became so interested in what
she is .loing that she soni, times does not see the woods for
the tr.-es, but slie accomplishes more than the average
person b.caus.- sin* docs see so many trees. She is polite
to oih.r 1H-..J.1.- whethr.r she feels like it or not, and as
she is .'x.-. edingly critical of the dress appearance and ac-
tions of othcis. il is not so easy for her to be pleasant as
it is lor some oi those who are naturally amiable and eas-
ily pleas. Ml She has aggressive and defensive qualities
both. Slu- is f.ind of dress, and would And some occupa-
t!..ii whi.h gaA'e b.T opportunity to think about costumes a
I nng..aial one. It Is hard for her to enter into Bi-.iup activ-
ities lie.ause she is not acrustomed to making plans which
■ onsult the wishes of others, but if given suMicient leeway
to .-any ..ut h.-r .>un plans, she would probably be clever in
a company whl, h produced pageants an.l large [.lays.



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Tiac-li Team Ci. 3. 41; Varsity (3i; A. A. (2. :'.. 41. i'"l-
legf nu)ru3 (3); "Orc-liesu.s" I :i. 4); I'l . sl.l.Jit ■■|'la.\-
Lilurs" (4l; Alotlielan Maishal (4).

PhiH-lH- Bau.slian Is a niatuiL- .vuuni; wmna,. «itli a \v,ll-
balanc.-a pel snnality and a vision ..l lin ulii.li ..imlit to

niak.' it jiossiljlu for lu-v to maX^v lui.-i. ll Irll In lln m-

nuinity. Slu- knows sonietliing alioiil iira.lical niattrrs.
lias gooa control of liter muscles, ran ilin-ot lior niliul .ffi-
oiently. and is inspireil liy high iiloals and conspiration.
She is honest in meeting liiUs. and has a s>nse of responsi-
bility whteli is in working onUr whether she is under the
syotiight or is plugging away at her task out of slsht of
the ijublic. She ha.f a penchant for excellence, and is
proud of doing everything well. She inspires eonhdence
because she believes in herself, and does not attemiit that

which she wouUl be unahlr to lulhll. She ha."; a k I

memory and recalls farts wliirh , srape the oliserval mn ,.r

the average person. It w.oild 1 illiiuU to name aii> pi"-

ftssion in w^hicli she would not fit if she desired to mter
it, but she is best litted for some altrtjistic venture be-
cause she takes her BTeatest happine.ss in vicarious joy.

VV1NS4 0N-SALEM, \. C.



Mary E. Bock has a talent for language and diction, and
tak«s pleasure In handling her pen, or indeed in talking,
if she is on a sub.iect which .■ihe feels that she knows
enough about to discuss. She has a gift for appre-
ciation, dis.erning the beauty and value in tliat which she
analyzes, and having the ability t.. slcu llial . Iiarm to

others. Thus she has a power of ciilh i,fi ua^ izinc or

new.spapi'r work or in leaching. 'Wh.tli. i i i. i. lii. nion-

olngist or writer, she is a delightful i i.i of the

best in others. She is truly generous and o|j.n-miiuleii,


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