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Middle Tennessee State University

LIBRARY




f-^reiented bu

ROBERT ABERNATHY



Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation



http://www.archive.org/details/midlander08midd



KATHERYN CHAMBERS
Editor-in-Chief

ROLLIE HOLDEN
Business Manager



The

VISTA

of

STATE

TEACHERS

COLLEGE

Murfreesboro,

Tennessee



A joint work

of

The Graduating

CLASS OF 1933

in

Cooperation

with the

Administration

of the

COLLEGE




FOREWORD



We have tried to incorporate in this little book the
prettiest scenes, the happiest days, and the liveliest
activities on our campus.

Due to present conditions, we have had to make our
book more compact than those of other years.

If in this gleaning and arranging, we have been able
to give to you the spirit of everyday life on our campus,
W2 shall have accomplished our purpose.



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D E D I C A T ION



To MR. W. B. JUDD

. . . a member of the history department, a graduate of S. T. C,
and alumni secretary, who by the simplicity and sincerity of his
manner, his liberal expenditure of time, and his untiring efforts, has
made possible a close relationship between the first students of
the college and those of today; and so has been influential in
keeping alive and growing the spirit of S. T. C.

this the

1933 MIDLANDER

is respectfully dedicated




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^S~l^^'



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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Attacks recently made upon teacher training Institutions
in the state have n^ade It more necessary that the friends
of education be zealous In the persueing of a constructive
program. This institution will live in spite of its enemies.
It will steadfastly carry on. Its destiny is high. When so
many of Its loyal sons and daughters go out with us to
do battle against ignorance and superstition, we cannot
falter, or fail. Our spirit today is one of increasing hope
i nd sane optimism. . . . Best wishes.

Very truly yours,

P. A. LYON, President.



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THE DEAN'S MESSAGE

Accomplishments that ordinarily would have taken a
decade to achieve have been crowded into a day. In
the minds of many, 1933 A.D. will stand in history as
the close of one era and the beginning of another. You
may be fortunate, indeed, in beginning this year a more
active participation in the affairs that interest mankind.
My wish is that you remember ever childhood, and
seek, in all ways possible, "to prevent the return of
conditions which came very close to destroying what
we call modern civilization."

N. C. BEASLEY, Dean-Registrar.




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s c



E N C E



HALL



• The newest of the campus
buildings, having been com-
pleted In the fall of 1931, the
Science Hall stands aloof,
baring her roof to the sun,
and leading the steps of In-
quisitive ones Into the way
of higher service to mankind.



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• This Is the busiest place on
the campus. Since Its foun-
dation In 1927, there have
been very few days when It
was not In use from eight
o'clock In the morning until
five In the afternoon. It
seems that books are truly
the pleasantest things In the
world.



R




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Page Seven




RUTLEDGE



HALL



• "It takes a heap o' living in a
house to make it home" seems to
fit "The Old Girls' Dormitory,"
for it has taken the personality of
every girl who has ever lived there
and with the aid of years subtly
turned all of the laughter and fun
into the beautiful, quiet dignity
that seems to radiate from it.



Paqe Eight



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• It's the merriest spot on the
campus from seven in the morning
until six in the evening — and
why shouldn't It be? The hall is
pretty — the clatter of dishes
comfortable, and the constant
hum of voices and laughter brings
out the gaiety in all.



DINING



HALL




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Page Nine




PRESIDENT'S RESIDENCE



• I he atmosphere of the
whole college is caught and
mirrored in this home of
cordial friendliness and beau-
tiful dignity. It gives to the
campus a charming grace
and a hearty spirit of wel-
come.



Page Ten



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FACULTY



BACHTEL, DOROTHY; M.A.
Biology

BRUNER, JAMES D.; Ph.D.
Foreign Languages

COLEMAN, HUBERT A.; B.S.
Geography

DAVIS, GEORGE; M.A.

Head of Biology Department

FAULKINBERRY, F. A.; M.A.
Latin and Athletics

FRIZZELL, MARY; M.A.

Elementary Education

FREY, LOUISE; Ph.D.
English



FRAZIER, NEIL D.; M.A.

Head of English Department

GOLIGHTLY, THOMAS; Ph.D.
Head of Education Department

GRACY, B. B.; M.A.
Agriculture

GREEN, OLLIE; M.A.

Head of Geography Department

HUTCHINSON, KNOX; M.A.

Head of Agriculture Department

JONES, HORACE G.; M.A.

Head of Mathematics Department

JUDD, WILLIAM B.; M.A.
History



LEWIS, CHARLES D.; Ph.D.
Education




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Page Eleven




FACULTY



LITTLE, AGNES; M.A.

Home Economics

MANKIN, PHILLIP; M.A.
English

MEBANE, WILLIAM; Ph.D.
Chemistry

MONOHAN, KATHERINE; M.A.
History

O'KELLY, A. A.; Ph.D.
Chemistry

ORDWAY, ANN; M.A.
English

REYNOLDS, TOMMIE; M.A.
Physical Education



ROGERS, HESTER; M.A.
Head of Art Department

SAUNDERS, E. MAE; M.A.
Head of Music Department

SCHARDT, ELIZABETH; M.A.
Foreign Languages

SIMMS, C. C; Ph.D.

Head of History Department

TAYLOR, A. LLOYD; Ph.D.

Head of Chemistry Department

TODD, MRS. E. M.; M.A.
Home Economics

VARNER, MRS. BERNICE R.; M.A.
Head of Home Economics Dept.



WOODWARD, CLARK; B.S.
Head of Manual Arts Dept.



age Iwelve



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F AC U LTY



WAHNSIEDLER, WALTER J.; M.A.
History

WALLER, J. C; Ph.D.

Director of Training School

ASHLEY, ANN; B.S.

Critic Teacher

BRIGHAM, ELIZABETH; B.S.

Critic Teacher

GERHARDT, FRANCES; B.A.
Critic Teacher



LOWE, MARGARET; M.A.
Critic Teacher

MANLEY, MRS. MARY; B.S.
Critic Teacher

PATE, RUTH; B.S.
Critic Teacher

SIMPSON, ROY; B.S.
Critic Teacher

SNELL, FRANCES; B.S.
Critic Teacher



HALL, MARY; B.S.
Critic Teacher



WILLIAMS, MRS. SCOTT; A.
Critic Teacher



HARRISON, MARGUERITE; B.S.
Critic Teacher



WARKMAN, MRS. P. D.; B.S.
Critic Teacher




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F AC ULTY



BAYER, J. H.

Custodian of Property

HOLMES, J. S.
Bursar

HASTINGS, W. C.
Engineer

LA FERRY, MRS. MILTON
Matron



MITCHELL, MARGIE

Acting Dean of Women

NEECE, LORENE
Dietitian

OSTEEN, RICHARD
Freshman Coach

OLDHAM, MRS. B. S.
Matron



MURFREE, MRS. BETTIE
Head Librarian

McHENRY, MRS. BONNIE
Secretary to President



PAYNE, MARY WILSON
Secretary to Dean

WOODMORE, T. B.
Business Manager



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THE MID LANDER • 1933



Frank Albert Faulkiriberry

November 27, 1888-May 13, 1933



JUST as this book is going to
the press, we pause with
bared head and grief-laden
heart to pay humble tribute to
the memory of our good friend
and fellow worker, Frank
Faulkinberry, whom, only yes-
terday we laid to rest. Shocked
beyond measure was his host
of friends by the tragedy of a
death to which he seems to
have been driven by brooding
over the approaching calamity
of broken health and failing
strength. And indeed it is diffi-
cult to conceive of this one, so
filled with life and vigor and
virility, as ever being shorn of
that strength upon which so
many had leaned and by which
so many were strengthened
and upheld.

I think of him now in the
bouyant beauty of his strength,
the fine optimism of his spirit,
the unselfish devotion of his
nature, the compassionate
greatness of his heart — for
Master Great Heart, he as-
suredly was.

There are certain pictures of
him that I shall wish to keep
with me always ; his genial
kindly face, smiling at me and
laughing with me in the col-
lege hall; his tall form, as he
stood making announcements
at chapel in that earnest,
happy way he had, or sitting
on the bench in the gym,
watching with eager eyes and
beating heart the progress of
the game, or striding across
the football field ready to min-
ister to an injured player; his
zealous earnestness of manner
as he spoke from the rostrum
of the college with words of
fire, calling forth from the
hearts of his students idealism
and devotion and fineness of



spirit, or as he poured out his
heart in passionate appeals for
righteousness before his class
of men, or, bowed in the deep-
est humility, he called on the
name of his God.

His faith in the goodness and
mercy of God was childlike,
his love for his fellowmen was
deep and sincere, his slogan on
the ball field was suggestive of
hard work, fair play, and a
spirit that could not know
defeat.

Many young men and young
women are bowed down in
grief, dumb and unutterable,
at his sudden departure. Many
were close to him ; many loved
him. The greatness and noble-
ness of his nature called many
into the reach of his affections.
He cast a great and beneficent
shadow, and many there are
who were happy to come to its
sustaining embrace and to rest
in its gracious security.

It is not how one comes to
birth nor how one suffers death
that greatly matters when the
final score is counted and the
game of life is done. It is
rather how one lived and how
he has played his part and
what he had longed and
yearned to do and be. Judged
by such a standard, we may
pause in our grief to be glad
for Frank's life, full as it was
of simple goodness, fine ideal-
ism, rugged strength.

He was my sincere friend,
my big brother, my fellow ideal-
ist. I believe he has gone, after
the bitter and abrupt pain of
departure, to the beauty and
quiet that lies beyond the
stars, "to where, beyond these
voices, there is peace."

— NEAL FRAZIER.



SENIOR CLASS



OFFICERS



LUTHER SMITH



President



WHITSON McLEAN Vice-President



KATHERYN CHAMBERS Treasurer



SARA RANDOLPH Secretary



K. T. HUTCHINSON Sponsor






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Page Fifteen










SENIOR CLASS



ADAIR, A. H.

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
Manual Arts

ANDERSON, LOUISE
Columbia, Tenn.
Science

V. P. Rural Life Club, '32, '33
Wohelo Club, '32, '33; Y. W. C. A.

BASS, OWEN

Prospect, Tenn.
Manual Arts

Rural Life Club; Debating Club
Sigma Club, '22

BEACHBOARD, KATHERINE
Bell Buckle, Tenn.
Mathematics
Rural Life Club

BELL, FANNY MANNEY

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Art.



BINGHAM, IVA MAI

Bell Buckle, Tenn.
Latin and French

BINKLEY, WILLIAM YORK
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Science

Y. M. C. A., '32, '33
Pres. Phys. Sc. Club, '33

BRATTON, T. H.

Woodbury, Tenn.
Science

BROWN, RUTH

Eagleville, Tenn.
English

Dramatic Club, '31
Rural Life Club; Science Club

BUMPUS, SARA

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Home Economics
Treas. Home Ec. Club, '32
Science Club



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SENIOR CLASS



CALHOUN, CHARLES
Puryear, Tenn.
History
Sigma Club, '33

CHAMBERS, KATHERYN
Carthage, Tenn.
French and English
Pres. Tau Omicron Club, '33
Pres. Writers' Club, '32
Pres. Drannatic Club, '32
V.-Pres. Y. W. C. A., '33
Treas. Senior Class, '33
Glee Club, '33
Editor-in-Chief oi Midlander,

CHARLTON, LADYE EVELYN
Walter Hill, Tenn.
English

Y. W. C. A., ■29-'33
Glee Club, '29-'33
Dramatic Club, '31

CLAYTON, ANNE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Home Economics
Home Economics Club, '33

COPPEDGE, DORA

Big Rock, Tenn.
English

President Writers' Club, '33
Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.
Rural Life Club



'33



COMPERRY, WILLIAM
Clarksville, Tenn.
English

Rural Life Club
Glee Club, '33
Phsyical Education Club

CORBIN, LOUISE

Springfield, Tenn.
Social Science
A. C. A. Degree, Bowling Green

College of Commerce
Glee Club, '33
Y. W. C. A., '33
Rural Life Club, '33
Midlander Staff, '33

CROCKETT, ANDRENA

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Music

Orchestra; Band
Glee Club
Tau Omicron

DAVIDSON, RUBY GORDON
Taft, Tenn.
Mathematics

President Student Council, '33
Y. W. C. A.
Tau Omicron, '33
"T" Club, '31
Basketball, '30-'33
Secretary-Treasurer Phys. Ed., '33
Rural Life Club, '3l-'33
Midlander Staff, '33

DAVIS, W. L.

Petersburg, Tenn.
History




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SENIOR CLASS



DeGEORGE, TONY

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History
Science Club
Rural Life Club

DENNIS, DORA

White House, Tenn.
Home Economics
Home Economics Club, '33
David Lipscomb Club, '33
Science Club, '33

DENTON, LILA ROSE

McMinnville, Tenn.
English

Y. W. C. A., '33
Dramatic Club, '33
Debating Club, '33

DICKENS, PAULINE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History

Tennessee College, '30
Glee Club, '31
Rutherford County Club, '31

EDNEY, JAMES MARION
Dickson, Tenn.
Biology

Football, '28, '31, '32
Writers' Club, '28
Secretary Y. M. C. A., '33
Sec.-Treas. Phys. Sc. Club,
Dramatic Club, '32
President Sigma Club, '33



32



EDWARDS, DORA NELL
Murfreesboro, Tenn.

French

EVERLY, RUBY

Pulaski, Tenn.

English

Martin College, '28-'29

FANNING, CLIFFORD
Fayetteville, Tenn.
English

Rural Life Club
Sigma Club
Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '33

FARRAR, CLARA BOB
Flat Creek, Tenn.

Latin

Maryville College, '27-'30

FULTS, VAUGHN

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

English

Sigma Club

Pres. International Relations Club, '33



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933



SENIOR CLASS



FUSION, JIMMIE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Home Economics
Science Club, '30
Band, ■29-'3l
Glee Club, '33
Home Economics Club, '32

GAFFIN, WALTER

McMinnville, Tenn.
Science

Rural Life Club, '30-'33
Dramatic Club
Football, '30

GARNER, MABEL

Cowan, Tenn.
Manual Arts
Rural Life Club, '30-'33

GEORGE, ROY

Fayetteville, Tenn.
Latin

Sigma Club, '3l-'33
Y. M. C. A., '30-'33

GILLIAM, EDWENA
Pelham, Tenn.
History



GOODMAN, JOHN MARLIN
Diana, Tenn.
Agriculture and Chemistry
Sigma Club, '33
Science Club, '30-'32
Rural Life Club, '32-'33
Y. M. C. A., '30-'33

GRISSOM, NAN

Fayetteville, Tenn.
Mathematics

HANCOCK, GUILFORD OTTOVON
Morrison, Tenn.
History

Midlander Staff, '27
Rural Life Club, '27
Grady Literary Society, '27

HAYS, BESSIE

Cross Plains, Tenn.
History
Glee Club, '33

HAYNES, JOHN BELL
Unionville, Tenn.
History

Sec. International Relations Club
Rural Life Club
Band, '32




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SENIOR CLASS



HASTINGS, SAM

Mur-freesboro, Tenn.
Science and Manual Arts
Sigma Club
Science Club
Rural Life Club
Tennis Team, '3 I

HILL, MRS. EUGENE W.
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Home Economics

HILL, HOWARD

Maryville, Tenn.
Social Science and English

HINDMAN, VERNON

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History

Football, ■29-'30
Basketball, '29, '3l-'33
President Student Body, '33
"T" Club

HOGAN, MARTIN L

Winchester, Tenn.
History

Glee Club, Band, Orchestra
Y. M. C. A., '30-'3l
Dramatic Club, '30-'3l
Debating Club, '30-'3l
Sigma Club, '3 I -'33
President Music Club, '32



HOLDERFIELD. EDITH
Centerville, Tenn.

Home Economics and History

Science Club, '29

Home Economics Club, '33
HOLT, CHARLES

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

Science and History

Football, '30-'33

Basketball, '3l-'33
HOLDEN, ROLLIE

Rockvale, Tenn.

History

Basketball, '30-'33

"T" Club

Assistant Business Manager of
Midlander, '3 I

Business Manager of Midlander, '33

Rural Life Club

Physical Education Club

Business Manager of Side Lines
HUMMEL, MILDRED

Bell Buckle, Tenn.

Music

Orchestra, '30-'33

Band, '30-'33

President Music Club, '30

Glee Club, '30-'33

Rural Life Club, '30-'3l

Writers' Club, '3!
IKARD, ROBERT

Decherd, Tenn.

Science

Football, '29

Assistant Manager, '30-'32

Manager, '33

Rural Life Club, '32

Science Club, '32



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SENIOR CLASS



JORDAN, ANNIE LAURIE
College Grove, Tenn.
Home Economics
Home Economics Club, '33
Science Club, '29
Rural Life Club, '32

JUDD, JOHN

Algood, Tenn.
Manual Arts

Manual Arts Club, '29-'30
Rural Life Club, '30-'33

JONES, MARY ROYAL
Chapel Hill, Tenn.
English

Basketball, '30-'33
Baseball, '30-'33
Wohelo Club, '30-'3l
Physical Education Club, '33
First V.-President Rural Life Club, '32

KELSO, FRANCES

Fayetteville, Tenn.
Home Economics
Home Economics Club, '33
Rural Life Club, '3l-'33

KIMMER, MARTHA JANE
Crab Orchard, Tenn.
Home Economics
Miss Home Economics, '33
Home Economics Club, '30-32
Rural Life Club, '3l-'32
Milander Staff, '30-'3l
Y. W. C. A., '30-'32



KERR, ELIZABETH

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Latin
Glee Club

KERR, CHARLES

Fayetteville, Tenn.
Biology

Football, 'SO-'SS
Basketball, '30-'33
Baseball, '30
President Phys. Ed. Club. '32

LEWIS, ROWENA

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Biology

Glee Club, '3i-'33
Secretary Glee Club, '33
Orchestra, '32-'33
Tau Omicron, '33

MARSHALL, SARA

Arrlngton, Tenn.
English

Martin College, '30-'3l
Glee Club, '32
Dramatic Club, '32
Rural Life Club, '32-'33

McFERRIN, RUBY

Readyville, Tenn.
History




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SENIOR CLASS



McGUIRE, HOWARD
Anniston, Ala.
Chemistry
Debaters' Club
Science Club
Rural Life Club
Football
Sigma Club

McLEAN, WHITSON

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History

Rural Life Club, '32-'33
Side Line Staff, '3!
Debaters' Club

V. -President Sophomore Class, '32
V. -President Senior Class, '33
Sigma Club, '33

McNABB, WILLIAM

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Mathematics

McNEECE, BERTHA

Winchester, Tenn.
Home Economics
Home Economics Club, '33
Rural Life Club, '30-'33
V.-President Y. W. C. A., '32
Dramatic Club, '32
Music Club, '32
Glee Club, '3l-'33
Science Club, '33

MORGAN, ORA ELIZABETH
Dover, Tenn.
History and English
Dramatic Club, '32
Student Librarian, '30-'33



MULLINS, MILDRED BEASLEY
Triune, Tenn.
History

Sec.-Treas. Orchestra, '27
Glee Club, '33
Dramatic Club, '32
Y. W. C. A., '26-'28
Rural Life Club, '32

O'KELLY, RUTH MILDRED
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
English

Jr. College, Little Rock, Ark., '30
Union College, Barbourville, Ky.,
Vice-President Glee Club, '32
President Glee Club, '33
Vice-President Dramatic Club, '32
Secretary Tau Omicron, '32
Associate Editor of Midlander, '33

PALMER, LOUISE

Lewisburg, Tenn.
Latin

PANNELL, HELENE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Foreign Languages
Vice-President Tau Omicron, '33
Dramatic Club, '32
Glee Club, '33

PARKS, MARTHA ANN
Hampshire, Tenn.
English
Glee Club
Maury County Club



30



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SENIOR CLASS



PEARSON, VIRGINIA DARE
Springfield, Tenn.
English

Y. W. C. A., '33
Glee Club, '33
David Lipscomb Club, '33

PRESSGROVE, FLORA
Unionvllle, Tenn.
Home Economics and Science
Glee Club, '29-'33
Rural Life Club, '30-'32
Science Club, '29-'3l
Home Economics Club, '30-'32

PUCKETT, BESSIE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Biology

RAMSEY, LILLIAN
Viola, Tenn.
English

Graduate of Martin College
Y. W. C. A., '32
Glee Club, '32

RANDOLPH, SARA

Walter Hill, Tenn.
Music

Secretary Senior Class, '33
Secretary Band, '3 I
Treasurer Glee Club, '33
Rutherford County Club, '30



REED, HORACE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History

Science Club, '29-'3 I
Rural Life Club, '29-'3l
Midlander Staff, '30-'3l

RENFRO, BROWNIE
Culleoka, Tenn.
Home Economics

Vice-President Student Council, '33
Home Economics Club, '3l-'33
Maury County Club, '33

SANDERS, HARVEY

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Science
Football, '32
Dramatic Club, '3l-'33
Science Club, '32
Glee Club, '3l-'33

SHELLY, CHRISTINE L.
Decherd, Tenn.
Home Economics
Dramatic Club, '33
Home Economics Club, '33

SMITH, LAURA MAI
Bellview, Tenn.
English

Glee Club, '32-'33
Orchestra, '32-'33




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SENIOR CLASS



SMITH, HERMAN
Cowan, Tenn.
Science
Football, ■30-'33

SMITH, JOSEPHINE

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Science

SMITH, LUTHER

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History and Economics
Captain of Football Team, '33
President Senior Class, '33
Science Club, '33
Physical Education Club, '32
"T" Club

SMOTHERMAN, BEALER
Murlreesboro, Tenn.
Manual Arts

Manual Arts Club, '30-'3l
Rural Life Club, '32
Debaters' Club, '32
Glee Club, '33

STAGGS, HANNAH EVELYN
Crestview, Tenn.
History



STOREY, GLADYS

Frankewing, Tenn.
Home Economics
Rural Life Club, '30-'33
Phys. Ed. Club, '33
Wohelo Club

SUTTON, ELIZABETH
Granville, Tenn.
Modern Languages
V.-Presldent Rural Life Club,
Dramatic Club, '3l-'33
Sec. Debaters' Club, '32-'33
Glee Club, '3l-'32
Science Club, '33
Y. W. C. A., '3l-'33

TAYLOR, WALTER A.

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Chemistry

President Science Club, '33
Sec.-Treas. Sigma Club, '33
MIdlander Staff, '33

TRAVIS, JOHN

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History

TEMPLETON, LOUISE

Winchester, Tenn.
English

Glee Club, '23-'24, '33
Y. W. C. A., '23-'24, '33
Rural Life Club, '33
Physical Education Club, '33
Writers' Club, '33



'32, '33



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SENIOR CLASS



WALKER, ROBINETTE

Chattanooga, Tenn.
English

Hamilton County Club, '3l-'32
Glee Club, '3l-'33
Y. W. C. A., '30-'33

WALKER, MARY LOU
Hohenwald, Tenn.
Music

Music Club, '31; Band, '3l-'33
Orchestra, '3l-'33
Glee Club, '3l-'33
Dramatic Club, '31
Y. W. C. A., '31
Rural Life Club, '31

WHITESIDE, MARY ALICE
Hampshire, Tenn.
English

Rural Life Club, '32
Maury County Club, '32, '33

WHITWORTH, ANNA
Nashville, Tenn.
History

WHITWORTH, CORDELIA
Nashville, Tenn.
English



\/OMACK, HELEN

Shelbyville, Tenn.
Social Science

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28, '29, '33
President Student Council, '29
Band, '32, '33
Orchestra, '27, '28, '29

WOODSON, FLORINE
Rockvale, Tenn.
Home Economics
Rural Life Club, '3l-'33
Home Economics Club, '3l-'33
Physical Education Club, '33
Basketball, ■3l-'33

WRIGHT, MARY CLEVELAND
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
English and Home Economics
Rural Life Club, '32
Home Economics Club, '32
Tennessee College, '29-'3 I

YOUNG, RUTH

Brush Creek, Tenn,

Latin

YOUREE, RAYMOND

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
History




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SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO. NOT
APPEAR IN THE GROUP



ABERCROMBIE, CURTIS
Loretta, Tenn.
Agriculture

CRAIG, ERNEST

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Science

CAMP, FRANCES
Sparta, Tenn.
English

GRAYSON, OTTO P.
Whitwell, Tenn.
Agriculture

HEREFORD, RICHARD
Delrose, Tenn.
Mathematics



RAMSEY, EVERETTE
Viola, Tenn.
History

REUF, LOUISE

Sewanee, Tenn.
English

ROBERTSON, NAOMI

Murfreesboro, Tenn.
English

SOUTH, MRS. C. M.

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
English

SOUTH, C. M.

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
History



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JUNIOR CLASS



CLINT CHARLES President

JACK THOMAS Vice-President

ELIZABETH ANDREWS Secretary and Treasurer

F. A. FAULKINBERRY Sponsor



Adams, Mary
Atkins, Eliabeth
Andrews, Elizabeth
Alsup, Blanche
Brown, Alice
Bass, Robert
Beard, Margaret
Brooks, Ruth
Barker, Viva
Crane, Lowell
Covington, Lera
Cantrell, Virginia
Cathey, Clara



Cowley, O. T.
Cawthorn, Charles
Cannpbell, Chalmers
Clark, Earl
Daniels, Euglle
Donnell, Lillie
Davis, Mrs. W. L.
Donnell, Amy
Draper, Robbie
Davenport, Mrs. Palmer
Dement, Sallie
Ezeil, Mrs. Iva McBryde
Ebien, Reba Lou




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JUNIOR CLASS



Ezell, Kenneth
Evans, Emeline
Elam, Mary
Fielder, Harris
Finney, Mattle
Fautch, Myrtle
Fleming, Arklie
Goodman, Louisa
Garland, Jennie
Garland, James
Garland, Laura
Hardcastle, Mildred
Harned, Virginia
Hiilard, Kincaid
Huffman, Helen
Hoover, Elizabeth
Holt, H. B.
Hollandsworth, S. T.
Hitt, Eloise
Hughey, George
Holder, Jetta
HIggins, J. W.
Haynes, Eula
Jakes, Mrs. Vashti
Jackson, J. W.
Kidd, Eugene
Kirby, Beuiah
Lee, Robert Steele
Loughry, Lida Lee
McClusky, Mildred
McClellan, Minnie
McGlothlin, Grady
McKnIght, Stephen
Miller, Lola Mae



Merrlman, Mary Lee
Martin, Grace
McMurry, Elizabeth
Moore, Win
Norton, Blanche
Neel, Carrie
Osteen, Paul
Overton, Ruth
Oldham, Gray
Parsons, Hugh
Pullen, William
Pearcy, Edna
Payne, Carl
Phelps, Virginia
Quarles, Inez
Reed, Allien
Summer, Eviyon
Smith, Leonard
Sanders, Corrine
Savely, Frances
Stroop, Christine
Splceland, Cornelia
Splceland, Helen Ruth
Smith, Dahlia
Smith, Sara Frances
Sykes, Talmadge
Tillman, Eugene
Todd, Thomas
Taylor, Clarice
Taylor, Dell
Whitworth, Sally
Welker, Lavella
Wade, Marvin
Williams, Mary
Yancey, Elizabeth



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SOPHOMORE CLASS



JOE WALLACE
J. B. EDWARDS
BILL CARLTON
O. T. COWLEY
B. B. GRACY. ..



. . President
Vice-President
. . . . Secretary
. . . . Treasurer
. . . Sponsor


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