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THE HATTER




Published by the Annual Staff of

STETSON UNIVERSITY

DE LAND, FLORIDA



1934



&£ THE HATTER >$5



DEDICATION

To The Honorable Bert Fish

UNITED STATES MINISTER
TO EGYPT

A man whom fellow citizens
can look upon with sincere
appreciation for his keen in-
sight and understanding of
human nature.



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COPYRIGHT

Georgia Kirby, Editor

Dennis Carroll, Business Manager



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THE HATTER



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spected and whose loss will be
greatly felt among those who
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THE HATTER



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THE HATTER




CHARLES S. FARRISS, D.D.
President



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Administrative Officers




G. Prentice Carson, A.M., LL.D., Dean of College of Liberal Arts

Lewis H. Tribble, LL.M., Dean of College of Law

Mary Tribble Lowry, A.M., Dean of Women

C. B. Rosa, Registrar

Olga Bowen, A.M.



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THE HATTER



The Faculty



PROFESSORS, ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANT PROFESSORS



ROBERT I. ALLEN, M.S.

Associate Professor of Engineering and Phys

JACOB A. CARPENTER, LL.B.

Professor of Late

G. PRENTICE CARSON, A.M., LL.D.

Dean and Professor of History and Poli/ieal Se

RICHARD E. CLARK, Ph.D.

Librarian and Professor of Sociology

JOHN F. CONN, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

WILLIAM E. DUCKWITZ, Mus.D.

Professor of Music

BOYCE F. EZELL, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology and Education

DONALD FAULKNER, A.B.

Associate Professor of Mathematics

CHARLES A. FISHER, Ph.D.

Professor of Business Administration and Econi

HARRY D. FLUHART

Professor of Fine Arts

JENNIS W. FUTCH, J.D.

Professor of Law

HARRY C. GARWOOD, Th.M.

Professor of Philosophy and Bible



WARREN S. GORDIS, Ph.D.

Professor of English

LUTHER B. GRICE, D.D.

Associate Professor of Bible

JOHN J. KINDRED, LL.B., M.D.

Professor of Laic

CURTIS M. LOWRY, M.E.

Professor of Engineering

HERBERT R. McQUILLAN, B.S.

Professor of Physical Education

IRVING C. STOVER, M.O.

Professor of Public Speaking

HARRY L. TAYLOR, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy

LEWIS H. TRIBBLE, LL.M.

Dean of College of Law and Professor of Law

CHARLES B. VANCE, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

GEORGE E. GANIERE

Assistant Professor in the Plastic Arts

ANNIE NADINE HOLDEN, Ph.B.

Assistant Professor in German and English

HARRY S. WINTERS, A.M.

Assistant Professor of English



LECTURERS AND INSTRUCTORS



EVELYN F. BEACH

Instructor in Secretarial Work

VERONICA DAVIS

Instructor in Public School Music

ROSA LEE GAUT, Mus.B.

Instructor in Music

JULIA G. HALE, A.B.

Instructor in Physical Education and Health

FRANCIS A. HAMMOND
w Librarian and Instructor in Legal Bibliography
MARY E. LOWRY, A.M.
Instrui lor in English



LUCY ANN NEBLETT, A.B.
Instructor in Spanish and French

DAVID SCOLES, A.B.

Assistant Instructor in Spanish

LUCY MABEL TEBBETTS, A.B.

Assistant Instructor in French

MIRIAM WAYT, M.S.

ist rue tor in Physical Education and Health

ALMA R. FARRISS

Instructor hi Home Economics

MRS. JEANETTE ANNE BROOME

Assistant Instructor in Home Economics



ASSISTANTS TO THE FACULTY



MARY C. CONRATH, A.B.

BERTHA M. FISHER

BERTHA W. FLUHART

HARRIET KENNEDY, A.M.

LOUIS H. MARVIN

ERNEST RANO



MARIE HERSHEY

BEATRICE PRIESTER

WILLIE DEE WILLIAN

THOMAS REMINGTON

MATTHEW SLATER



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THE HATTER



Student Body Officers




Frank Adams
President

\ y. $

Blountstown

CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. DEGREE

Rat Master, 1; Vice-Pres. Delta Sigma
Phi, 3; Pres. 4; Pres. Student Body, 6.



Aberdeen Johnson
Vice-President



Ruth Boisch
Secretary



Sallie Mae Edwards
Treasurer
Vero Beach

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Treas. Y. W. A., 1; Pan-Hellenic, 2; Vice-
Pres. Soph. Class; Secy. B. S. U. Council,
2; Vice-Pres., 3; Vice-Pres. Student Coun-
cil, 3; Treas., 4; Treas. Student Body.



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Classes



T H I. MATTER



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Postgraduates




Mildred Carl

Dc Land

A.B., Stetson University

Andrew Preston

Lincoln, III.
A.B., Stetson University



Bernice Seaver

X, it York, N. Y.

B.S., Maryland College for Women

Lorna Simpson

Ft. Lauderdale

A.B., Stetson Universit]



David Scoles Mable L. Tebbetts

Dc Land Bern ick, Maine

A.B., Parsons College A.B., Boston University

Dorothy Treadwell

Lake Helen
A.B., Stetson University

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SENIORS







THE HATTER



SENIOR CLASS




AI I \A\I)I R



Frances Alexander
AHA

Dc Land

( ANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE

Theta Alpha Phi, Secy., 4; Gamma Sigma
Epsilon; Mu Omega Xi.



Edward Berger
Hawthorne, \. V.

CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGR1 1

Delta Sigma Phi, Secy., 2; Pres., 4; Pres.

Stetson Engineering Society, 4; Gamma

Sigma Epsilon, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class

Treasurer, 2; Class Pres., 4.



Meredith Alrich

^ n

Glenwood

CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE

Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Business Manager
of Hatter, 3; Secy. Senior Class, 4.



Elizabeth Brown

AAA

De Land

CANDID \ I 1 lui A. it. in GRJ 1

Pi Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres., 3; Mu Omega

Xi; Vice-Pres. Delta Delta Helta. 3;

Marshal, 2.



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SENIOR CLASS




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CHAPPELL



Gail Chapman
AAA

Staten Island, N. Y.

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Mu Omega Xi; Art Editor of Hatter, 3;

Pan Hellenic Rep., 4; Treasurer of Delta

Delta Delta, 3, 4.



Irma Chappell
A 3 A
Miami

CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Northwestern U., 1; Editor-in-chief

Hatter, 3; Y. W. A., 3; Pres. Mu Omega

Xi, 4; Rep. Student Council, 4.



Geraldine Farrar
S A <I>
Miami

CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Girl's Band, 2; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4

Tennis, 2; W. A. A., 2, 3, 4; S Cub, 3

Pres. Pan-Hellenic, 4; May Queen, 4

Pre:. Sigma Alpha Phi, 3, 4.

Lovette Fields

AAA

Lexington, Ky.

CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Torch and Scroll, 3,4; Theta Alpha Phi,
3; Pres. 4; Secy. Soph. Class; Pan-
Hellenic, 3, 4; Pres. Delta Delta Delta,
3, 4.



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THE HATTER



SENIOR CLASS




GUSTAI SON



Bernige Fisher

2 A <I>

De Land

CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Pi Kappa Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Prcs., 4; Theta
Alpha Phi, 3, 4; l'i Gamma Mu, 3, 4;
Torch and Scroll, 3, 4; W. A. A., 2, 3, 4;
Stetson Players, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U.. Council,
3; Y. W. A., 1.



Kenneth Freeman

SN

De Land

CANDIDA IT I OR U.S. 1)1 GRJ i

Gamma Sigma Epsilon, 4; Tennis, 1, 2,

3, 4; Captain, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4;

Opera, 3, 4.



Jefferson Davis Godard

1 1 K <l>
Qtiincy

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Antioch, I; Bank, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2.

Ellen Frances Gustafson

ii n<i>

Green Cot ■<• Springs

( ANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Recording Secy. Pi Beta Phi, 3; Student

Council, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic, 3, 4; I [ome

Coming Hostess, 3, 4: Most Attractive,

3; Vice-Pres. Pi Beta Phi, 4.



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SENIOR CLASS




JOHNSON



Marie Hershey
Orlando

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Phi Beta National Professional Fraternity;
Chimest, 3,4; Dean of De Land Hall, 4.



Donald Horton
n K$

Bedford

CANDIDATE FOR. A.B. DEGREE

Basketball, 1; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Box-
ing, 1, 2, 3; Alt. Capt. Football, 3; Sec.
Pi Kappa Phi.



Dorothy Hodil
AAA
Sebring

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Secy. Delta Delta Delta, 4; Pi Kappa

Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Torch and Scroll, 4;

W. A. A.; Pres. Girls' Glee Club, 4.



Aberdeen Johnson
AHA

St. Petersburg

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Secy. Freshman Class, 1 ; Y. W. A., 2;
W. A. A., 2, 3; S Club, 4; Secy. Student
Bodv, 3; Pan-Hellenic Rep. 2, 4; Pres.
Alpha Xi Delta, 4; Pi Kappa Sigma, 3,4;
Theta Alpha Phi, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu, 3,
4; Most Representative Girl, 3; Mu
Omega Xi, 4; Maid-of -Honor for May
Day, 4.



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THE HATTER



SENIOR CLASS




McKINM Y



Carl Kersey
Monticello

( WDIDATE l-0:i A.B. DEGREE

Norman Junior College, 1; Ministeri.il
Association, 3,4; Secy., 3.



Elizabeth Kramer

AAA

Lake Wales

( WDIDATE FOTl A.B. DEGREE

Vice-Pres. Class, 1, 3; Student Council,
1, 2; Phi Beta, 2, 3, 4; Pres., 3; Pan
Hellenic, 2, 3; Most Popular, 2; Torch
and Scroll, 3, 4; Marshal, Delta Delta
Delta, 4.



George E. Linney
Brooklj a, N. Y.

CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE

Mu Omega Xi, Stetson Engineering
Society.



Kathryn Annis McKinney
Hastings

i WDIDA II UK A.B. Dl (,RI 1

Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secy. V. \V. \.. 2;

Pies., 3; B. S. U., 2, 3; Torch and Scroll,

Pi Kappa Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Student Council

2.



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THE HATTER



SENIOR CLASS




Elizabeth Martin
AAA

De Land

CANDIDATE FOI A.B. DEGREE

Cheerleader, 2; \\". A. A., 2, 3, 4; Glee
Club, 3; Vice-Pres. \V. A. A., 4.



Travis Petrey
1 1 K <i>

Arcadia

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. DEGREE

Jasketball, 1; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing,
1, 2, 3; Warden Pi Kappa Phi, 4.



Marshall Mines
Lake Helen

CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE

Oxford Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ordained

to Baptist Ministry, 1931; Pastor Barber-

ville, 2; Pastor Blake Memorial Baptist

Church, Lake Helen, since 1933.



Elsa Player

AAA

Be Land

CANDIDATE FC» A.B. DEGREE



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SENIOR CLASS




Grace Saeriet

AAA

Daytona Briu/i

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. D1(,K1 I

Mu Omega Xi, Treas.; Orchestra; Glee

Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Opera; B. S. U., Treas.;

Cumberland, 1,2; Eastern State Teachers

Collge, 2.



Walter E. Smith

Kissimmee

CANDIDATE FOI A.B. DI ( I I I

Orchestra, 2, 3; Theta Alpha Phi, 3, 4;
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.



Preston Sellers
Wauchula

CANDIDATE FOX A.B. HI GRJ I

B. S. U. Council, 2; Pres. 2; Pres. Oxford

Fellowship, 3; Pres. State B. S. U., 3;

Mu Omega Xi, 4.



Florence Soskis

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Mulberry

CANDID VII I OS \.1S. Dl GRJ I

Tallahassee, 1. 2; Hunter. 3; Southern, 3.



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THE HATTER



SENIOR CLASS




TOWNSEND



Jack Townsend

^ N
Lake Wales

CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE

Treas. Freshman Class, 1; Pres. Class, 2,
3; Escort to Governor Sholtz, 3, 4.



Robert Burns, A.B.

Scran/on, Penna.

CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. DEGREE

A.B. 1930, Stetson; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi
Alpha Delta; Torch and Scroll; Psi
Omega; University Band and Orchestra;
Associate Editor Hatter, 4; Sheriff, Moot
Court; Pres. Student Body, 5; Student
Mayor, 6.



Bruce Webster

Leesburg

CANDIDATE FOJl A.B. DEGREE

Pres. B. S. U., 4; Torch and Scroll, 4;
Pi Gamma Mu, 4; State B. S. U., Treas. 3.



Wallace Foard

AS$

Dc Land

CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. DEGREE

Phi Alpha Delta, 4; Glee Club, 1-6;

Freshman Football; Hatter Staff; Most

Attractive, 5; Student Mayor, 6; Tennis

Team, 7; Krucible KJub, 2, 3.



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SENIOR CLASS




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HOWARTH



Joseph Hendricks, A.B.

IIK'I-

Dc Land

CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. DEGREE

Pres. Junior Class; Business Manager Hat-
ter, 3; Pres. Senior Class; Pres. Student
body, 4; Business Manager Hatter, S ;
Student Mayor of DeLand, 6; Pres. Pi
Kappa Phi, 5, 7; Justice of Phi Alpha
Delta.



Catherine Howarth

2: a <i>

Dc Laud

CANDIOMI I OR 1 L.13. DEGREE

Pres. Phi Delta Delta, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A.,

1, 2, 3, 4; Clerk Moot Court; Pi Gamma

Mu.



Sheldon Lindsey

II K$

St. Petersburg

CANDIDATE FOR LL.B. DI GRJ I

Varsity Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling, 2.

Diamond Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2,

3. 4; Phi Alpha Delta.



John Socasii
2: X

Struthers, Ohio
i yndida it: for 1 1 .h. in GRJ 1

football and Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 1 1.
Commander Sigma Nu, 3; Alternate
Capt. football, 3; Freshman coach toot-
ball and basketball S.



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JUNIORS



THE HATTER



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Junior Class Officers




William Elton
II K<I>

President



Mary Louise Foard

n bo

Secretary



Alice Lee
i A <1>

Vice-President



Elbert Tyner

Treasurer



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JUNIOR CLASS




.LEXANDER BOISCH


CARROLL


EINSEL HAAS


Elizabeth Alexander
AHA




Eloise Hill

nii$


De Land




Neiv Smyrna


Ruth Boisch

II B$

Daytona Beach




Juliet Hope

2 A <I>
Hicoria


Dennis Carroll

II K«I>

Lake Butler




Georgia Kirbv

n B4>

Mt. Dura


Virginia Einsel
II B0>
De Land

Irene Haas




Wilda Larson

AAA
Brookston, Pa.


II B<P




Margaret Maxrield


Tampa




Potsdam, N. Y.


HILL HOPE


K1RBV


LARSON MAXFIELD




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THE HATTER



JUNIOR CLASS




MERCER ORTMAN



Chrystelle Mercer

AAA

De Land

Frank Ortman

AS<D

De Land

Virginia Peek

AAA

Ocalu

Josephine Price

AAA
Lake Wain

Sidney Taylor
A S$

De Land



William Tomvn

Winter Garden
Etter Turner

Williston

Louise Wilson

n b$

Crescent City

Aileen Worth

AHA

De Land

Jack Phillips
SN

Jackson i illc




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SOPHOMORES



THE HATTER



Sophomore Class Officers




SHULFR


WILLIAMS


HALL


George Diamond




Moise Williams


A2$




S A <I>


President




Secretary


Evelyn Shuler




R. B. Hall


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Vice-President




Treasurer



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SOPHOMORE CLASS




ALDERMAN Willi BATESON BREWSTER |iu


Edna Alderman
2 A «1>

Lakeland


Marjorie Carpenter
AS \

Miami Bach


Alberta Axtell

n b <i>

Jacksonville


Ambrose Chalker
Dunellon


Howard Batcson
1 1 K <I>

Dc Land


Helen May Christian

1 1 B <D
Jackson i ill ■


Gracie Brewster
2 A <I>

Mail/ I ■(•)•(/(■
Ellen Burklcv


Frances Clark

n b<i>

Tit its i ill i 1


n b <i>

Daytona Beach


Iris Daniel
/ akeland



CARPENTER CHALK



HRISTIAN ( I \




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THE HATTER



SOPHOMORE CLASS




IORSE1 FELT


I I MAY SON-


HECHT HOOKER


Frances Dorsev

AAA

Homestead




Helen Horn

n b<d

Day l una Beach


Nancv Felt

AAA

Dc Land




John Hvman

^ N
Miami


Florence Finlayson

n b$

Green idle




Audrey Johnson

AHA

Grand Marais, Minn.


Barbara Hecht
De Land

Margaret Hooker
Chosen




Doris Knaak

AAA

Detroit, Mich.

Ed Knittle
Des Plaines, III.


HORN HYMAN


JOHNSON


KNAAK KNITTLF




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THE HATTER



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SOPHOMORE CLASS




I [elen Lawrence

II I5<|'
Asheville, N. C.

Narcilje Logan

AAA'

Lakeland

Pauline McFarland

i; a <i>

Day t oiia Beach

Maxine McLarty

II IS«I>
Daytuiiti Beach

Dorothy Mayer
Lakeland

I en G. B. Owens

. \ uh hi nit/ ale



Virginia Morris

II H <I>
Kansas City, Mo.

Rhoda Neel
S/. Augustine

R.ilph Odum

Lakeland

James ParrMi
Albany, Ga.

Pauline Prevatt
Palatka

Dorothy Skillman

1 1 B $

Skillman, N. /.




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THE HATTER



SOPHOMORE CLASS




THOMPSON



Richard Simpson

Ft. Lauderdale

Rhett Smith

ni($

Sanford

Bette Stover

nB$

Be Land

Vivian Thompson
Ut, Dora

Edward Warren

II K<t>
South Hill, Va.

Allen West

AS$
Homestead



Bettie Zane Wilson

AAA

New Kochelle, N. Y.

Sara Wilson

n b$

Miami

Bernice Young
Lake City

Thomas Barton

1 1 K A
Jacksonville

John S. Duss, III
New Smyrna

Boyce Ezell

n k<i>

De Land




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SOPHOMORE CLASS




Harry Gaylord

Lyons Falls, N. V.

Jack Greene
Manito, III.

Marjorie Hammer
II B<l>
De Land



Colquitt Pardee. |r.

A X A

At mi Park

Charles K. Reaves
BK

Tampa

Thomas Teaslcy
Canton, Ga.



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FRESHMEN



THE HATTER



Freshman Class Officers




MC CONNE



William Solomon

S N

President



Martha McConnell

AHA

Secretary



Virginia Skaggs

AAA

Vice-President



Helen Colbert
Treasurer



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FRESHMAN CLASS




BARTL


II LD urn i i

Daniel Bartfield
\\u York. N. Y.

Marvadene Bin te
/ eesbitrg

Wilma Broward

II B<I>
Jacksonville

Evelyn Burhans

2 A <I>
Umatilla

Helen Collins

A3 \

Lakeland

Emily Cone
Macclentt)


BROU'ARD


BURH \ns : : N>

Cecil Cowart
^ N

Dc Land

Dorothy Fuller

AS \

Dc Land

Ruth Crooks
Eitstis

Elizabeth Donncll

II B<[>
West Palm Beach

Mable Dorothy
\ A \
Miami

Estelle Duke

AH \
Tam[\t




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( KOOKS


DOXXELL THY






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THE HATTER



FRESHMAN CLASS




EZELL FAIRCLOTH FORRESTER


HAINES MALI M. HARRELL


Mack Ezell
n K<D


Sue Harrell

AAA


De Land


Lakeland


Neal Faircloth
Quincy


Louise Hickson
AAA
Sanford


Catherine Forrester
Sanford


Vernon Hill
II B<I>


Dorothy Haines
1 1 B <I>
Sanford

Madeline Hale

AAA
Dc Land


New Smyrna

Ned Holland

1 1 K «I>
Blakeley, Ga.

Juanita Holland
AAA

Lakeland


Marjorie Harrell

AHA


Dorothy Hon
11 B$


Miami


De Land


HARRELL HICKSON HILL


X. HOLLAND J. HOLLAND HON




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FRESHMAN CLASS




Catherine Hull
Miami

Ward Hunter
II K<l>
Jasper


Frances Lee
AAA

Lakeland

Mary Lou Logan
\ A A

Lakeland


Lanora Ingram
A S A
Jasper


William Lovctt

II K<I>
, Ypalachicola


Paul James
Lakeland


Cornelia McRae
AHA

San ford


Margaret Johnson

Umatilla


Quincv Masters
1 1 K <I>
Leesburg


Gertrude Belle Kipp

II B<D

Day /una Beach


Clara Belle Matthews

AHA

St. Petersburg


LOGAN LOVET1


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THE HATTER



FRESHMAN CLASS




Bessie Fave Mires

AHA

De Land

Frances Moore
Hartsville, S. C.

Maureen Moseley

2A$

De Land
Ruth Murphy

nii$ '

Daytona Beach

Gale Navlor

AHA

Camp Hill, Pa.

Dorothy Nowling
West Palm Beach



Claudia Osborne

Umatilla

B. Jean Pat ton
AHA
jasper

St. Pierre Poole

II K$

Cross Anchor, S. C.

Donald Scouten

i: n

Toledo, Oh/o

Charles R. M. Sheppard, Jr.
Orange City

Florence Shetter
Eustis




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FRESHMAN CLASS




SIMMONS SMITH SPAU1 DING I VI H,N



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Geraldine Simmons

n h <i>

Titusville

Mary Elizabeth Smith
Ft. La ti Jc ril id e

Helen Spaulding
II B4>

Dc Land

John Talton
Apopka



Louella Tatum
AAA

Dc Land

Nancv White

AS \
Sanford

Mabel Williamson

AAA

Lake Citj



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Organizations



THE HATTER



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Delta Sigma Phi



Founded .u College City of New York, December 10, 1899

Alpha Chi Chapter Established 1898; Founded 192 5

Colors: Nile Green and White Flow i b U bit, Carnation




EDWARD BERGER, ROBERT BURNS, WALLACE FOARD, I RANK ORTM \\
RICHARD SIMPSON, SIDNEY TAYLOR, BILL TOMYN, Al I 1 N \\ I s 1



Lewis H. Tribblc



CHAPTER MEMBERS

IN FACULTATE

Robert I. Allen



Donald Faulkner



Frank Adams

Edward Berger

Tom Blalock

C. Robert Burns

Osier Adams

David Lang

George Leonard



IN UNIVERSITATE

Actives

James Mather

Wallace Foard

Frank H. Ortman

Plciiges

Richard Simpson
J. B. Rodgers

Allen West
Paul Wongrey



Sidney Taylor

Rodney Thursbv
William Toimn
Richard Wildcson

Phillip Wright

John Talton

George Diamond



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Pi Beta Phi



Founded at Monmouth College, 1867
Florida Alpha Chapter Established January 30, 1913

Colors: Wine and Silver Blue



Flower: Wine Carnation



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Bernice Seaver
Ellen Gustafson

Ruth Boisch

Virginia Einsel

Mary Louise Foard

Irene Haas

Wilma Broward

Frances Clark

Elizabeth Donnell

Florence Finlayson

Dorothy Haines
Dorothy Skillman



CHAPTER MEMBERS

IN FACULTATE
IN UNIVERS1TATE

Actives

Marjorie Hammer
Eloise Hill
Georgia Kirby
Alberta Axtell
Louise Wilson
Ellen Burkley

Pledges

Vernon Hill

Dorothy Hon

Gertrude Belle Kipp

Helen Horn

Helen Lawrence



Betty Foard



Helen May Christian

Betty Dreka

Margaret Hooker

Evelyn Shuler

Bette Stover

Sara Wilson

Helen Spaulding
Maxine McLarty
Virginia Morris
Ruth Murphy
Dorothy Nowling
Gerry Simmons



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First Row: Bernice Seavcr, Ellen Gustafson, Ruth Boisch, Virginia Einsel, Irene Haas
Marjorie Hammer.

Second Rove: Eloise Hill, Louise Wilson, Georgia Kirby, Alberta Axtell, Ellen Burklcy,
Helen May Christian, Margaret Hooker.

TiiiKD Row : Evelyn Shuler, Bette Stover, Sara Wilson, W'ilma Broward, Frances Clark,
Elizabeth Donnell, Florence Finlayson.

FOURTH Row: Dorothy Haines, Vernon Hill, Dorothy Hon, Helen Horn, Gertrude Bell
Kipp, Helen Lawrence, Maxine McLarty.

In in Row: Virginia Morris, Ruth Murphy, Dorothy Nowling, Geraldine Simmons,
Dorothy Skillman, Helen Spaulding.



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Pi Kappa Phi

Founded at the College of Charleston, 1904
Chi Chapter Established 1921



Colors: Gold and White



Flower: Red Re






CHAPTER MEMBERS






IN FACULTATE






William E. Duckwitz






IN UNIVERSITATE






Actives




Gus Adams


Gus Garrison


Amory Underhill


Joe Burkhalter


Davis Godard


William Elton


William Davis


Joe Hendricks


Donald Horton


George DeCottes


Bill Jennings


Travis Petrey


Bovce Ezell


Harold Martin


Howard Bateson


R. B. Hall


Bill Lovett


Rhett Smith


Mack Ezell


Ned Holland


Eldon McLoud


Quincy Masters


Pledges


Robert Young


William Dowda


Edward Warren


Ward Hunter


Jack Haynesworth


Hilton Shoemaker


Elwin Middleton


Watts Bracey


Dennis Carroll





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First Rove: R. B. H.ill, How.ird Bateson, Davis Godard.

Second Row: Ned Holland, Bill Lovett, Gus Adams, Bill Elton, Boyce Ezell.

Third Row: Mack Ezell, Joe Hendricks, Donald Horton, Quincv Masters, Travis Petrey.

Fourth Row: Rhett Smith, Pierre Poole, Dennis Carroll, William Dowda, Ward Hunter.



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Delta Delta Delta



Founded at Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888

Alpha Delta Founded May 17, 1913

Colors: Silier, Gold and Blue Flower: Pansy




CHAPTER MEMBERS

IN UNIVERSITATE



Elizabeth Brown
Gail Chapman
Lovette Fields
Dorothy Hodil



Actives

Bet Kramer

Grace Safriet

Florence Brownlee

Jacqueline Nahm

Chrvstelle Mercer



Josephine Price

Nancy Felt

Doris Knaak

Betty Zane Wilson



Ethel Clark
Mabel Dorothy
Frances Dorsey
Madeline Hale

Sue Harrell
Louise Hickson



Pledges

Juanita Holland

Isabel Holmes

Frances Lee

Mary Lou Logan
Narcille Logan

Elizabeth Martin



Virginia Peek
Suzanne Penney

Elsie Player

Virginia Skaggs

Luella Tatum

Mabel Williamson



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First Row: Betty Brown, Gail Chapman, Lovettc Fields, Dorothy Hodil, Bet Kramer,
Grace Safrict.

Second Row: Christelle Mercer, Jo Price, Nancy Felt, Doris Kn.uk. Betty Zane Wilson.

Third Row: I chel ( lark, Mable Dorothy, Fifi Dorsey, Madeline Hale, Sue Harrell.

I 01 R in Ho» I ouise 1 [ickson, [uanita Holland, Frances Lee, Mary Lou Logan, Narcille I ogan.

In in Row: Lib Brown. Virginia Peek, Elsie Player, Virginia Skaggs, Luclla Tatum,
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Sigma Nu



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, January 1, 1869

Delta Mu Chapter Established 1913

Colors: Black, White ami Gold Flower: White Rose




CHAPTER MEMBERS

IN FACULTATE

Louis Marvin



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E. M. Alrich

K. Freeman

G. Linney

J. Townsend

S. S. Wilson

C. Broward

J. Marsh

O. P. Phillips



H. Fisher
G. F. McCalla



IN UNIVERSITATE

Art iies

H. E. Gaylord
L. Johnson
D. Phillips
C. F. Allen
C. Cowart
J. Hyman
R. Ingram
J. Ruzzo

Pledges

W. P. McKinnev
R. W. Odum



B. W. Kirk

L. P. Nichol:

H. Wilson

J. Atwater

R. Powe

L. Spann

W. Tyree

J. Socash



D. Scouten
W. H. Solomon



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