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MILESTONE



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EXilBRIS'





CAPITOL ENGRAVING p^.
COMPANY




MILESTONES



PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF THE
WARD-BELMONT SCHOOL



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE



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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DEDICATION

ADMINISTRATION

SENIORS

CLASSES

DEPARTMENTS

ATHLETICS

SOCIAL EVENTS

LITERARY

HUMOR

ADVERTISEMENTS





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year, M/ris ^u.0estwp(^ llji %''ard-J'3dmorit
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ir ilsmidy and cf^arm ar^dtk hrcadir vtsioj
of [iitTiUclh ccqlury idcah l^e/^ the

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MISS LELIA D. MILLS



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to whom wcDiuca dtavcr conception

of iticspmfoJ'Mird-BcJniont-il') tmA'itiom mi it5 ideals.

we,thc Seniors of 1^25, dedicate this Tfilcstoncs

to show thai in the heart of her class

thm is an abiding c^prccioiion

of her unselfish inkml




DR. J. D. BLANTON




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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY



J. D. Blanton President

Lena J. Hawks . . Dean of Faculty

Lelia D. Mills . . . Dean of Women

Mrs. Elizabeth Plaskett ....
. . . Secretary of Home Department

Mrs. Mary R. Davis

. Assistant Home Department

Mrs. Solon E. Rose

. Assistaitt Home Department

Alma Paine Registrar



Alice B. Caldwell Bible

B.A., Carlton College



Albert Campbell Holt



Bibie



Olive Carter Ross . Euylish, Art History

B.A., University of 'Nashville; Graduate Stu-
dent. Vanderbilt University : M.A., Columbia



Mary E. Andrews English

B.A., University of Kansas ; M.A.. Columbia



Irene M. Chambers .... English

B.A.. Denison University: M.A,, Columbia Uni-



Alice Cushman Hunter . . English

B.A. and Ph.D., University of Nebraska

Elda Illick English

B.S., Knox College : M.A., University of Chicago

Anna Pugh English

B.A., University of Arkansas : M.A., University
of Chicago

Ellene Ransom English

B.A. and M.A.. Vanderbilt University ; Special
Student, Columbia University

Theodora Cooley Scruggs ....
English, Psychology

B.A., Wellesley College ; Graduate Student, Chi-
cago University ; Student of Literature and His-
tory in Europe

Susan S. Souby English

B.A.. George Peabody College for Teachers



Margaret Borrowman Heron . . .
Assistant in English

M.A., University of Glasgow

Edith Katharine Greenlee . History

B.A.. Western Maryland College; M.A., Columbia
University

Caroline Leavell History

B.S., Vanderbilt University; M.A., Columbia
University

Linda Rhea .... History, English

U.S.. Vanderbilt University; M.A.. Columbia
University

Catherine Ashburner . History, English

A.B., Wellesley College

Thomas J. Golightly

. . Sociology, Economics, Education

B.A., Transylvania College; B.D., Yale

Martha Annette Cason . . . Latin

B.A., University of Chicago ; M.A., Columbia
University

Helen Atwood Thach . Latin, History

Special Student. Chicago University and Uni-
versity of Colorado

Lena James Hawks . . Mathematics

B.A., Goucher College; M.A.. Vanderbilt Univer-
sity ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins

Elizabeth Brookes . . Mathematics

B.S., Vanderbilt University; M.A., George Pea-
body College

Euleen Brown .... Mathematics

A.B., Vanderbilt University

Morton Covington . . Mathematics

B.A., Vanderbilt University

W. H. Hollinshead . . . Chemistry

Ph.G. and D.Sc, Vanderbilt University

Elizabeth McFadden

Assistajit in Chemistry

B.S.. Vanderbilt University

Alma Hollinger Biology

B.A., M.A., University of Michigan ; Student,
Michigan Biological Station, and Marine Biolog-
ical Station. Venice, Cal.

Marion G. Kennish

Assistant in Biology

B.A., University of Southern California



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY— Continuec



Kate Bradley Beziat



B.A.. Va
ate Studi
versity o



isar : M.A., Corne
nt, John Hopkins



Pierre E. Briquet French

Licencic es Lettres, University of Geneva



Una M. Spaller . Foods and Cookery

B.S.. Simmons Collepce

Margaret Kennedy Lowry ....
Textiles and Sewing

Special Student, George Peabody CoUeee for
Teachers



Laure Marie Schoeni

Ecole Secondaire, St. Imier
Student, University of Mii
of Chicaf^o



French

rland : Special



Leonie Vimont French

B.A., Adelphi College: M.A., Columbia Univer-
sity ; Graduate Student in Romance Languages,
Columbia University : Certificate of Special
Studies in French Literature and Philosophy,
University of Paris : Officer d'Acadcmie



Margaret Roberson Hollinshead . .
German

B.S. and M.A,, Vanderbilt University



Spanish



John Clarke Johnson .

B.A., University of Mississippi ; Graduate Stu-
dent, Harvard University



Paul Thomas Manchester . Spanish

B.A., Park College: M.A., Vanderbilt Univer-
sity ; Graduate Work, University Chile

Pauline Sherwood Townsend . . .
. . . Director School of Expression

Graduate, New England Conservatory : Postgrad-
uate, Boston School of Expression : Special
Courses in New York, Chicago, and Boston



Mary Harris Cockrill .

rsity ;



Expression
aduate, Boston



Eunice Kinkead

. . . Assistant in Home Economics

B.S., George Peabody College for Teachers

Louise Gordon Art

Graduate of the New York School of Fine and
Applied Arts

Lillian Neusteadter Art

Graduate of the New York School of Fine and
Applied Arts

Lawrence Goodman

..... Director School of Piano

Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson, Josef Lhevinne, and
Sigismund Stojowski : Student at Ferucio Bu-
soni's Master School for Pianists, Basle, Switzer-
land : Scholarship Pupil, Peabody Conservatory
of Music. Baltimore, Md. : Formerly Teacher of
Piano, Van Ende School of Music, New York
City

Louise Best Piano

Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson and Sigismund Sto-
jowski : Pupil at Sterns University, Berlin : Pu-
pil of Rudolph Ganz : Theoretical Courses in the
Institute of Musical Arts, New York



Alice Kavanaugh Leftwich



Piano



Graduate, Beethoven Conservatory, St. Louis ;
Pupil of Arthur Foote and B. J. Lang, Boston ;
three years in Paris with M. Moszkowski and
Wager Swayne



Emma L Sisson

Director School of Physical Education

Graduate. Sargent School of Physical Education
and of Gilbert Normal School for Dancing; Stu-
dent Harvard Summer School and Columbia Uni-
versity : Special Student in Corrective Gymnas-
tics, Children's Hospital, Boston



Catherine E. Morrison . . . . .
Physical Training, Athletics, Swimming

Diploma from Possee Gymnasium, Boston : Spe-
cial Student, Chaliff School, New York, and Co-
lumbia University

Sarah Clayton Jeter

Assistant in Athletics and Sivimyning
Graduate, Ward-Belmont School



Margaret Early Riding



Buda Love Maxwell .... Piano

Graduate, New England Conservatory of Music
under Madame Hopekirk and George Proctor ;
Pupil of Harold Bauer and Wager Swayne,
Paris



Hazel Coate Rose Piano

Pupil of William H. Sherwood, Glenn Dillard
Gunn, Victor Heinze ; Formerly Teacher of Pi-
ano, Cosmopolitan School of Music, Indianapo-
lis, Ind.



Estelle Roy Schmitz . .

Pupil of S. B. Mills, Harold von
Joseflty, New York : Otto Neitzel



Piano



Amelie Throne Piano



15



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY— Continued



FRErjf;RiCK Arthur Henkel . Pipe Organ

Graduate, Metropolitan Collejie of Music : Stu-
dent. Cincinnati Collepre of Music : Pupil of
Steinbrccher. Andre, and Sterling



Mary Venable Blythe

Sight Playing and Piano

Graduate, St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio : Pupil
of von Mickwitz and of Harry Redman, New
England Conservatory

Gaetano Salvatore De Luca . . .

. Director of School of Voice

P'or three years Pupil of Chevalier Edouardo
Carrado, Famous Teacher of Italv : for two years
Pupil of Chevalier Alfredo Sermiento. Caruso's
Coach : Pupil of Commendatore B. Carelli. Di-
rector Naples Conservatory : Pupil of Lombardi.
Florence, Italv : Pupil of Buzzi Peccia and Car-
bone, New York ; Pupil of Siiinor Baraldi, Lon-



Florence N. Boyee Voice

Student of Music in Oberlin College : Pupil of
Signer Vananni. Italy : Mesdames de Sales and
Bossetti, Munich : Oscar Seaele and de Reszke,
Paris

Helen Todd Sloan Voice

Pupil of George Deane. Boston : Isidore Brag-
giotti. Florence. Italv ; Gaetano S. de Luca,
Nashville

Kenneth D. Rose Violin

Pupil of McGibeny. Indianapolis ; Arthur Hart-
mann. Paris ; George Lehmann, Berlin ; Souky.
Prague : Formerly Teacher, Metropolitan School
of Music, Indianapolis, and Concert Master, In-
dianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Alline Fentress

Violin Accompanist, Primary Assistant

Pupil of Kenneth D. Rose

Henry W. B. Barnes

Musical Sciences

Graduate, College of Music, Cincinnati : Pupil
of Dr. Arthur Mees. W. L. Tomlins. Dudley
Buck. New York : De Vincia, Rome ; Honorary
Member of Royal Philharmonic Society at Rome

Kathryn Kirkham

Assistant in Musical Science

B.Mus., Chicago Musical College
•D.



Hattie Thula Paschall

Voice Accompanist

Mattie Buckner Owsley

. . . . Superintendent of Practice

Lucy Kenneth Sutton

Stenography, Typewriting, Bookkeeping,
Covi7nercial Laiv

Honor Graduate of Business. Fall's Business Col-
lege



Dorothy Wilson
Louise Saunders



W. B. Wright Bursar

Henriette Richardson Bryan 1 ^oo,jj
Edna Nelluiis yand

Julia Blair ' Student

J Bank



Mary Neal
Mrs. T. H. Gaines
Mrs. Allen G. Hall
Mrs. Mary Lee Jeter
Mrs. Charlie D. McCome
Mrs. Anne R. Murrey



Mrs. Anna S. Brown
Mrs. J. W. Charlton
Annie Litton*
Mrs. Ada Means



Hostesses



Chaperons



Susan Childress Rucker 1 Graduate
Mamie B. Martin j Nurses

Carrie D. Moseley 1

Louise Moseley ! Field

Mrs. May R. Stewart f Rep^-esentatives

Lillia Towles -'




SENIOR CLASS



CLASS POEM

1925

By Lloyd Huston



How do we love thee, Ward-Belmont?

'Twere useless to number the ways.
With the pure white of truth and the gold flame of youth,

Our symbols thy standards upraise.
And let every breath of each Senior

Be to thy dear teaching a praise;
For we are the foremost, thy Seniors,

And after thine ideals we strive.
So it's hail to the name of Ward-Belmont

And the Seniors of '25 !

The asphodils pale of sweet memories

Will fragrantly cling through the years
Of our glad Senior ways, in our dear Senior days.

As we look back and smile through our tears.
But to-day let us love thee, Ward-Belmont,

And thrill these old walls with our cheers;
For we are the foremost, thy Seniors ;

On thy sweetest wisdom we thrive.
Hail to the name of Ward-Belmont

And the Seniors of '25 !



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Club. '21-2)
Hall. '25.



Pioctoi Se

'iin't tt tunny that sonu folh:, ijou
lan't m :•,-,,
4 It' bovn tolKs you jus' miss a



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you




''The most agreeable cofnpanion, the
truest friend."




•'Trittaty trot, triltafu trot!
The faster she went, the farther
she got."




^UGH. Mildred Joyce^-IIHi
Agora



llad I'm small!"




President Chicago Club,
Hyphen Reporter, '24-25.

".4 daughter of the gods —
tall.
And most divinely fair."




Second Vice President Council,
'24 ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '24-25.

"To make the world a friendly pUuc.
She show*; to it a friendly face."





BoEDBKER, Carol S.



,e's true to her u
and her friends.'"




'rctty to walk v
with, and pica
too."




BoWDEN, Louise Kinh;



se vicn die day by day, and I
tiyself feci ilV




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Cole, Sae.ah Marc^kft Mis<soini
TiiK

Business Manager Milestones.

'25 ; Hyphen Eeporter, '24 ; Y. W.

C. A. Cabinet, '24-25.

"Of such iron disposition she dare

vol drink for fear of rusting."






A K CIul). '23, '24-25.
talk, a great sweet si-



Secretary A K Club, '25.
"// silence were (lolden, I would he



the medium of



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Cunup, LUELLA JoYCR Michigan



"Lu, mir little blonde,

/.s like the sunshine rays;
Whet-ever she may chance to go.
She tarvs the nights to days."




"Good sense and good ^lafur^
never separated."



DtiNCAN. Mary ELiZABRTH-Missouri
Osiron

"Quiet, but nevertkehss praeticaL"




"A good disposifh
than gold."





GooDWYN, Margaret Lane

South Carolii

TriK



STONES Staff, '25 ; "CoUeBe Maid,"




Treasurer T C Club, '24-25 :
"George Washington." '25.

"No better attribute to fame
Than these fe-w words: 'She played
the game' "



•Totsie- smiled,
seemed gay."




Grayiieal, Cora

T C

Vice President III



"You can't keep a good man down.
Nor a laugh, for that matter."






Hyphen Reporter. '24 ; Assistant
Editor Milestones, '25.

"Wc would applaud thee to the very
That should applaud again.'"



"She doeth little kindnesses
Which most leave undone,
spise."




Hunter, Harriet Tennessee

Digamnia

First Vice President Day Council.
'23.

"Where all are, she is :




"Not too serious, not too (lay :
But a rare good fellow when it
to play"




Maktin. Behnice

XL


Tex


Secretary X L, ■24-25.




"She should have been na
nie Ha-Ha' "


mvd 'Mi



Maktin, Ellen Illinois

Tri K

President Illinois Club, '23-24 ;
Treasurer Senior-Middle Class, '23-
24 : Athletic Board, '23-24-26 ; Pres-
ident Tri K Club, '24-25 ; Manager
Basket Ball, '23-24.

" 'El,^ our good old athlete.
Into our eiass has come;
She laurfhs and talks the live-long
day,
And makes us all have fun."




President J


mior Class,


19-20 .


Vice President


Eastern Club,


19-20


Sergeant at A


rms Tri K Club, 20-


21 ; President


Eastern Club,


22-2 i ,




K Club, '22-23


, Vice


President Tri


K Club, '21-22


, Cap-


tain Panthers


. '21-22 ; Pr


esident


Eastern Club.


'23-24 ; President Tri


K Club, '23-24.






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appici^t bOrt of


a .nr!


A>ul a I,, end


(o .it;!/ o,u "







cannot alwayi obliftc, but
%n always spealc oblis/inyly.'




Oltorf, Rosalis Texas



-If the

with

The m



rt of mail is depressed
is dispelled when this




Art Editor Hyphen. '23-24 ; Vice
President Louisiana Club, '24-25 ;
Vice President Penta Tau Club, '24-
26.

"There she yoes, on her foes.
All. dressed np in her Sunday

clothes—
Our best gal.'"




Stkother, Mary Ruth Kentucky

Osiron

-Ifs better to be meek thnn -fierce."



Sullivan, Marion Tonii



Hyphen Staff.
K L Club. '22 : V:
Club. '22-23 : Gen
Student Council. ':
Student Council, ':



20-21 ; Secretary
:e President X L
?ral Proctor Day
4 : President Day



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iirtiboJizea (i
anti loDulty.-




^''i'lTri n ii.J.n'*?fcVl''iy^V*^<^*^'»— -■■






"Blest with falcnf and inch art to
please"



"I want to be happy, hut 1 cau'f he
happy
Till I make you happij, too."






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TRUE. HAP OF THt

UNITtD 5TATL5




CLASSES








SECIPJE-TA/Py






FRESHMAN CLASS



Mrs. Souey Sponsor

OFFICERS

Nancy O'Connor President

Jane C. Folk Vice President

Mary Townes Gaines Secretary

Mary Keller Treasurer

Virginia Bennett Sergeant at Arms

We are the children of the school,

Not 'sposed to have much sense;
But we will show you 'fore we stop

That we are not so dense.
We'll be the Seniors of the school

When six long years are o'er,
And 'twill be said when we are done :
"You're greater than those before."



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FLORENCE' CAVBISr



SAPA POWSZL.



SOPHOMORE CLASS



Miss Covington Sponsor

OFFICERS

Florence Cavert President

HoRTENSE Ambrose Vice President

Sarah Powell Secretary

Mary Sleeker Treasurer

Augusta Wherry Sergeant at Arms

New and scared we were as Freshmen;

Awkward, stumbling, and quite green.
Working ever, we liave tried

To win your tiigh esteem.

Mention not the worthy Seniors,

Mention not the Freshmen green;
With Miss Covington as sponsor.

We will always be supreme.

Fortune ever will stick by us;

To be Seniors is our aim.
After that we'll keep on climbing'

Till we reach the hall of fame.



We will loyally back our school,

As on we daily strive ;
We'll be true to W.-B.—

We Sophomores of twenty-five.



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JUNIOR CLASS



Miss Andrews Sponsor

OFFICERS

ESTELLE Crandell President

Elizabeth Barthell Vice President

Mary Elizabeth Cayce Secretary

Elizabeth Bennett Treasurer

For three years we have remained more or less obscure, preparing our-
selves to become leaders of the "preps." We are not recognized so much as
a whole as we are by certain individuals of us who are prominent and out-
standing, not only in athletics, but in all other school activities. Next year
we will blossom forth, trained and experienced after the past three years,
fit to lead the Preparatory School as Junior Middles.



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PREP SPECIAL CLASS



Miss Sloan Sponsor

OFFICERS

Jane Davis President

Brownie Burger Vice President

Maude Alexander Secretary and Treasurer

"Yes, she is a Prep Special," we heard some one say.

"And what did she flunk in last year?" broke in some one else.

"0, math., I guess ! Clara is a Special, too. You know, she is specializ-
ing in dancing. Isn't it a pity?"

"Poor dears! No education — all music, art, and play!"

And so it goes. That is the reputation of the Prep Special Class. "No
education," they say. But, to the conti-ary, we are getting more than a
mere "education." Our education is one that will last. After all the rest
have forgotten the exact number of curves in the vertebrate, the dates of
the Renaissance, and quotations from Milton and Shakespeare, we will
have within our power all the lasting arts that are necessary to a finished
education.



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JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS



JUNIOR MIDDLES



Did some one inquire about all the little preps
"studying on the campus in groups of not more than
two?" Well, they're Junior Middles, using the priv-
ilege that is granted them for graduating. Don't
ever think they don't enjoy it! Why, who wouldn't
enjoy a few golden rays of sunshine after being
deprived of it for three years? And speaking of
pep ! They've got 'em all beat. In fact, the only
objection to the whole class is that they are not get-
ting degrees instead of certificates — only a small
matter, of course. Even with all our privileges,
though, we think that the mighty Seniors are first
in school — next to the Junior Middles. Don't you?



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JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS




JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS




Choisser, KlRTLYE Montana

Anti-Pandora

Vice President Western Club, '24-25.

"As true a friend, as congenial a companioii
as can be found."

Clements. Martha Tennessee

Beta

"None but herself can be her parallel."

Cleveland, Janis Nebraska

Osiron
Vice President Nebraska Club, '24-2.'').
"From care 1 am free."

Cliffe. Jose?iiine Tennessee

Beta

"But—0! — she dances such a winj!"
5

Collier, Estelle Tennessee

Digamma

•Prompt eloquence flowed from her lips in prose



JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS



Creic.hton, Elizabeth Tennessee

Beta

Treasurer Junior Class. '23-24 ; Treasurer Student
Council. '24.

"Describe her who toy) —
An abridgment oj all that is pleasant in mail.''

Davis. Dorothy Illinois

Tri K

Proctor Heron Hall, '24 ; Treasurer Student Coun-
cil. '25.

"One thinq is forever good;
That one thing is success."

DsMcTT. DcRCTHY _ Kansas

A K

"Life's a pleasant institution;
Let us take it as it comes."

Dinning. Marion Michigan

Tri K

Treasurer Student Council, '24 ; Proctor Heron Hall.
'25 ; Manager Water Polo. '25.

"Athletics are her specialty, but she does
everything well."

GAINE3. Edith Tennessee

Tri K

Secretary Junior Middle Class. '24-25: Manager
Swimming. '26 : Vice President Tennessee Club. '24-25.

"She is herself of best things a collection."











JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS




Gricb. Jane Texas

Penta Tau

Captain Reirulars. '24-25 : Treasurer Athletic Board,
•24-25.

"JoUy and clever.
Athletic and care free.
Brilliant, jnagnetic" — that's .Jane.

Hassell. Frances Tennessee

T C

•Such a whirlpool in her head of fun and mischief!"

Hr.LLINSHEAD, HARRIET Tennessee

Beta

Vice President Freshman Class. '21-22.

-She was a friend indeed.
With all a friend's best virtues shiiiina brii/ht."

Holt. Helen Tennessee

"An affinitu for knowledge —
It sticks like glue:
Added to this is a sense of huynor. too."

HowsE. Helen Tennessee

Beta

'•Thi' lunatic, the lorer. ayni the poet
Are of imas/ination all compact."



JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS



Jones, ViRGrNiA Tennessee

Digamma

Treasurer Sophomore Class. '22-23 : Secretary Jun-
ior Class, '23-24 : Academic Proctor, '24.

"So happy, so kind, and so still.
With her iiuict ways and her gentle will."

Kellum, Antoinette Florida

F F

Vice President Florida Club, '24-2.5 : Treasurer F F
Club, '24-25.

••Then saij there are better girls than I,
But I'll hare to get my glasses."

Kerr. Elizabeth Illinois

Penta Tau

"She has that grace so rare of being a finished
lady from ton to toe."

LiNDSLEY. Helen Tennessee

Beta

"Not that I like .itudy le.ss, but that I love fmi more."

McAllister, Louise Tennessee

Beta

Vice President Junior Middle Class, '24-25 ; Vice
President Beta Club, '24-25 ; Vice President Junior
Class, '24 ; Second Vice President Day Student Coun-
cil, '23.

"Titles of honor add not to her wealth.
Who is herself an honor to her title."




JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS




McQulDDY. Sue Tennessee

Digamma

"Let mc have music, and I seek nor more delight,"

Matthews, Melissa Tennessee

Beta

"May one like her be ever numbered among
our friends."

MiTCHBNER. Alline Mississippi

Tri K

President Junior Class, '23-24 ; Milestones Reporter,
'23-24 ; Business Manager Hyphen, '24 : Milestones
Staff, '25 ; Captain Athenians, '24-25.

"Ycu call have a circus with just her :
You don't need any Barnum,'

Moore, Helen Lane Tennessee

Digamma

"Here is a maid whose charm and grace
Is mirrored in her friendly face."

Moore, Maiiv Daniel Tennessee

Beta

",So well she cojiies her twin,
H'c cant tell one from father."



JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS



Olsen. Lucia Adelaide Kansa

F F

"Her conversation was brief, and her desire was
to be silent."

Pearson, Eloisb West Virgini;

F F

"/ never trouble trouble
Till trouble troubles me."

Pearson, Marion Te

Beta

' A sunny face brightcyiji all cornel

Pflasterer, Elsie Tenn

Beta

"I vow that life for nic is one long snap."

Shackleford, Elizabeth Tennessee

Digramma

President Junior Middle Class, '24-25 : Captain Pan-
thers, '24-25 : Vice President Junior Class, '23 ; Aca-
demic Proctor, *24.

"She's a winner at whatever she plays."




JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS




Sherman, Mauion Georgia

Agora

"Luuiih, atul the world laufihs with you;
Wccj), iiikI jfuit weep aloiic."

Thomas. Helen

Digamma

".4 comrade blithe and full of (/Ice.
Who dares to laugh out loud and free."

ToLMAN. Mary Alice

Digamma

Milestones Staff, '24.

"She is ijentlc and modest, rctirinii and ijood:
She alwaijs acts as a lady should."

Wade. Dorothy Tennessee

Digamma

"The most ayreeablc comiianion, the truest friend."

Ware, Ale.xandria Colorado

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Treasurer Junior Middle Class. ■24.2.5.

-.Alex- Ware is my name:
Piano playing brinys me fame."



JUNIOR MIDDLE CLASS



Wakren, Maky Elizabeth Tennessee

Digamma

Student Council, '2:!; Vice President Sophomore
Class, '22-23.

"Nothhif/ fjrcat tvas ever achieved without
enthusiasm."

West, Sarah Ohio

Anti-Pandora

"The mildest of jnanners and the uentlest heart."

Willis, Allie Tennessee

Digamma

"A eheery smile, a pleasant way.
We'd like to meet her every day."

Yeahgin, Dorothy Mai Tennessee

Digamma

"She's a loyal friend, of brUliant miml. and a
'[/ood fellow' without end"

MoRELOCK, Mary Louise Tennessee

Beta

"It's pleasant to be pleasant and not critici:e."






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rSCMA JONBS

SSCI?ETARY










SENIOR xMIDDLE CLASS



Miss Ransom Sponsor

OFFICERS

Evelyn Bales President

Lilly Hopkins Vice President

Velma Jones Secretary

ToAY Underwood Treasurer

Julia Warwick Assistant Treasurer

We are the future Seniors, the future leaders of Ward-Belmont. This


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