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JUNIOR MIDDLES



HELEN CANDLER

Glee Club, '29-'30 ; Secretary Georgia Club, '28-'29.

Week-ends ; "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ;" generosity ; fun ; brown eyes.



MARY CANDLER •

Tea at the Hunt Club ; soft blue chiffon ; lace shawls ; cosmos ; an Angora cat.



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RUTH CARLIN •

Glee Club, '29-'30.

Fraternity dances ; chiffon ; tea ; cameos ; ermine ; antique jewelry ; tinted evening slippers.

MARY DEAN CLEMENT Angkor

Penstaff, '27-'28-'29-'30 ; Secretary-Treasurer Penstaff, '27-'28 ; Business Manager Penstaff, '28-'29-'30 ;

Secretary-Treasurer Angkor Club, '29-'30 ; Glee Club, '28-'29-'30.

Forget-me-nots ; white muslin with a blue sash ; daguerreotypes : twilight vespers ; old libraries ; a hearth

fire.

JANICE DRUMMOND T - C -

Blazers ; Teddy Bears ; a silhouette evening dress ; primroses ; lace handkerchiefs.

MARY ALICE FARR Ariston

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30 ; Sergeant at Arms Freshman Class, '26-'27 ; Vice President Sophomore Class,

'27-'28 ; Hyphen. Reporter, '28-'29 ; Penstaff, '26-'27-'28-'29-'30.

A symphony in blue and gold ; the Annapolis June ball ; orchids ; dinner at the country club ; harvest

moons.

HELEN FAWCETT Del Ver

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30 ; Vice President Del Ver Club, '29-'30.

Magnolias ; "Toujour Moi" perfume ; white organdy ; maroon town cars ; dinner at the Ritz-Carlton.



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LOIS CRAWFORD Triad

Quietness ; Dickens ; friendliness ; a cup of tea before the fire ; olden days.

VIRGINIA FELTUS Agora

Silhouettes ; modernistic stationery ; costume jewelry ; short vamped shoes ; college pennants.

GRACE GARDNER A. K.

Secretary-Treasurer Michigan Club, '29-'30 ; Glee Club, '29-'30.
Gardenias ; moonlight ; serious joy ; high ideals ; West Point.

NANCY HOTCHKISS Tri-K

Proctor of Heron, '2U.

A dark-blue beret ; a ukelele ; a cheer leader ; laughing eyes ; Lake Michigan.

TOMMYE MURPHY Agora

Turquoise ; brown beaver ; a tea dance ; a tinted satin negligee ; pansies.

JANE NOWELS T. C.

Vice President Western Club, '29-'30 ; Proctor of Heron, '30.

Stately pines ; severity ; crystals ; friendliness ; red chiffon ; animation, a Western prairie.

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DONNA MARJORIE OVIATT usiron

English tweeds ; expensive luggage ; hammered silver ; thoroughbred horses.

MARY HELEN PUTMAN Agora

The Indiana hop ; snappy blue eyes ; short brown curls ; profusion of colors ; "College Humor."

WINOGENE RAYNER • Anti-Pandora

Impulsiveness; masquerades; a fair, and kewpie dolls; a yellow jacket; hard candy.

FRANCES DEAN SMITH

Treasurer Tennessee Club, '28-'30.

Plaid hair ribbons ; Majollica pottery ; dahlia chiffon ; "Soliloquy ;" cut-steel buckles.

FRANCES JANE SEARS Kora

Indigo blue ; beach pajamas ; gay parties ; luncheon dates ; a dinner dance ; newness.

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SYLVIA STEWART

Miniature ladies ; tiny shoes ; sparkling eyes ; mischief ; forget-me-nots ; excitement ; candy ; sandstorms.

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JOSEPHINE SMITH

Proctor, North Front, '30.

Pink and blue baby ribbons ; LaSalle roadsters ; "Dreamy Melody ;" Queen Elizabeth collars ; opals.



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BETTY GASTON Osiron

Moonstones ; black velvet ; French heels ; a low-slung roadster ; "Styx ;" mystic naivete.

HARRIET GRIFFIN , A. K.

President Iowa Club, '29-'30 ; Glee Club, '28-'29-'30 ; Choir, '29-'30.

Happy-go-lucky ; giggles ; red hair ; sunshine ; fun and frolic ; middies and skirts ; a mountain seen in the
distance.

SARAH LOUISE GUERIN Angkor

A Vogue mannequin ; fox hunts ; marionettes ; black pearls ; Palm Beach ; a black fox scarf ; nonchalance.

ETHEL BEEKEN HAMILTON F. F.

Glee Club, '28-'29-'30 ; Choir, '29-'30 ; Secretary Tennessee Club, '28-'29.
Sunset clouds ; an Irish smile ; lavender and old lace ; primroses ; "Bye-lo-Baby" dolls.

MARY HELEN KINGSTON Anti-Pandora

Texas; fine horses; chili; "Brother Bill;" a summer camp counselor; contagious laughter; feasts.

FLORENCE WEBB MARTIN Triad

Secretary Freshman Class, '26-'27.

Misty chiffon shawls ; shepherd dogs ; ensembles of hunter's green ; a cap of white rabbit's fur.

CHARLEY MERRILL Osiron

Fraternity houses ; roller coasters ; Lake Placid ; holly ; sportswear from Best.



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BETTY TAYLOR

A rosy apple ; bubbles ; a yachting party ; white "ducks ;" an admiral cap.

LOUISE WINDAM

Vice President Michigan Club, '26-'27-'28 ; Secretary Del Ver Club, '29.

Burnt orange ; a foreign car ; zenias ; a Pepsodent advertisement ; Guerlain's "L'Heure Bleu."



BARBARA ALEXANDER AngKor

Crystals ; black velvet ; poinsettas ; silhouettes ; wolf hounds ; "Jade" perfume.

GRACE ELLEN GLASGOW Eccowasin

Secretary Eccowasin Club, '29-'30.

Circuses ; a beret ; "Goldilocks and the Three Bears ;" a bit of fern growing beside a mountain stream.

ELEANOR DeWITT Tri-K

President Junior Class, '28-'29 ; Vice President Eastern Club, '29-'30 ; Glee Club, '28-'29-'30.
A cameo ; old ivory ; "Priscilla ;" dreams ; a London fog ; candlelight and gardenias.

FRANCES DOROTHY GIBSON Angkor

Treasurer Sophomore Class, '27-'28 ; Secretary-Treasurer Penstaff, '28-'29 ; Penstaff, '26-'27-'28-'29-'30.
Pale pink crepe de chine ; poke bonnets ; sweet peas ; a green lace handkerchief ; a still, deep, blue lake.

MARY STEWART BURGHER Tri-K

Distance ; sunshine ; a sport roadster ; bright colors ; acquamarines ; nonchalance ; a piece of ice.



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CLAIRE ROBERTS Angkor

Extreme styles ; a bright-red lipstick ; a dancing doll ; a moonlight night in Spain.

KATHERINE SEAGER F. F.

Sapphire blue ; poetry ; jewels ; adventure ; sailing ships ; wild iris ; clouds.

JESSIE DEANE SIMMONS Tri-K

Glittering buttons on a uniform ; Deauville sandals ; sparkling eyes ; sophistication ; keenness ; the sea.

SARA MAY SMITH Del Ver

Spanish portraits ; a red room ; sincerity ; an evening sky ; fresh clover fields.

ANNABEL STOKES Anti-Pandora

Big coon collars ; a bright umbrella ; a jolly week-end ; class rings ; picnics.

HELEN CAROLYN THOMAS T. C.

French dolls ; a dream bungalow ; cook books ; inquisitive eyes ; wide taffeta skirts ; quaintness.

MARY EVELYN THOMAS T. C.

Sachet ; Pierrot and Pierrette ; violets ; soft gray fur ; dusky silence ; soft music.

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MILDRED PIRTLE eccowasin

Secretary Eccowasin Club, '28-'29.

Fifth Avenue shops : new novels ; a string of matched pearls ; a corsage of violets ; summer resorts.

MARGARET HUTCHINSON POTTER Angkor

Drooping big straw hats ; tea at the club ; delicate lace ; a frail colonial lady ; China asters ; amiability.



ANNIE KATE REBMAN



Amber; mellow lights; evening shadows; a slow Southern drawl; sensitiveness; wistful eyes.



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HENRIETTA SPICER

Glee Club, '28-'29- - 30.

A pink tulle evening dress ; week-end parties ; fraternity dances ; peach blossoms ; an old love story ;
rhinestone heels.

ELEANOR TOWNSEND Anti-Pandora

A woolly little dog ; a blue tulle evening dress ; Senior Class Day ; daisy chains ; Culver postmarks.

SARA CATE ARMISTEAD Eccowasin

Sapphires ; beige sports coats ; polo at the country club ; a wind-swept hill ; a rock garden.

WENDELL EWING AUSTIN Angkor

Naivete ; laughing brown eyes ; a scarlet tanager ; costume jewelry ; the joy of living.



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CATHERINE HARDY DORRIS ' Triad

Green sports suits ; golf at the country club ; slave bracelets ; the sunset sky ; flowered chiffon ; teas.

ANN ELIZABETH HALES Triad

Gypsies ; American Beauty roses ; grapevine swings ; rubies ; four-o'clock tea in England.

MARGARET HAYS Osiron

Autumn leaves ; a brownie ; sunny ; joyousness ; Coca-Colas ; feasts ; roadsters.

DANICE JORDAN Angkor

Vivacity; rosy apples; ice skates; St. Moritz ; innocence; a soft, cuddly puppy; gay scarfs and mittens.

BERTHA OAKLEY LUBECK Tri-K

Russian peasant dresses ; carved ivory ; smoked pearls ; poppies ; Dobbs hats.

MARY AVON MOTLOW Del Ver

A carnival ; deck chairs ; larkspur ; an ivy-covered chapel.

JANE RAYBURN F. F.

Poetry ; gardenias and black velvet ; Cleveland ; "Dans la Nuit."

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Night clubs ; Spanish hibiscus ; onyx ; a yacht ; red berets ; "State Street Sadie."

KITTY RUSSELL T ' C "

"Kitten on the Keys ;" nut-brown curls ; a shimmering lake ; quiet happiness ; pink roses.

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RUTH RYMER

Crocuses ; a swan : Lowenstaft china ; ruffles and shirrings ; a lace valentine.

HELENE SWEENEY A- K '

Secretary-Treasurer Florida Club, '2Y-'28 ; Secretary Florida Club, '28-'29 ; Secretary A. K. Club, *28-'29 ;
Glee Club, '28-'29 ; Treasurer A. K. Club, '29-'30.

A Newfoundland dog ; woolly blue mufflers ; reeds : a mountain lake ; sweeping eyelashes ; sailing.

SHELBY WARWICK Trlad

Second Vice President Day Student Council, '29-'30 ; Secretary Triad Club, '27-'28.
Rose dance frocks ; dinner dances ; black-eyed susans ; a gypsy love song ; a coquette.




DOROTHY ZAUG

W-iz-c-o-nzin ; Northern camp fires ; willow trees ; blue lakes ; goldenrod ; shyness ; simplicity



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Lelia Johnson .
Carolyn Hogue
Eleanor Neckerman
Helen Grizzard
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Boarding Treasurer

Day Student Treasurer

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SECOND-YEAR COLLEGE CLASS OFFICERS

Ellen Mitchell President

Ann Ryther Vice President

Ruth Evans Secretary-Treasurer

Miss Drew Sponsor

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Betty Williams
Miriam Hotchkiss .
Miss Lowery



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Vice President

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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

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Jeanette Caldweli Vice President

Betty Townsend Secretary

Beverly Stone Treasurer

SusieHughes ■ Sponsor

Miss Casebier



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS

Hulda Cheek ■ President

Eleanor Sherwood Vice Pres.dent

Angela Anderson becretan

Virginia Miller Treasurer

Miss Dinning S P onsor








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Ellen Mitchell, Kathleen LaRue, Lavelle Thompson,
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Bettie Shannon, Margaret Rothert, Sadie Louise Morris, Evelyn Ulmann
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Jean Gibbs, Pembroke, '30; Jane Nowels, Heron, '30.

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Louisa LaBounty, World Fellowship; Nancy Lybrook, Membership; Nancy Lang,
Advertising; Rose Flentye, Chairman Entertainment.

Louise Huddleston, Hyphen Reporter; Eleanor Peterson, Assistant Sunday School Chairman;

Martha Hunt, Publicity.




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Peggy Corwin, Copy Reader; Naomi Saip, Features; Jean Cuykendall, Society;

Elizabeth Proctor, Proof Reader and World Events.

Katherine Hammond, Chapel; Violet Lyles, News Flashes; Clara Grace Peck, Sports;
Virginia Lloyd, Editorials.

Elizabeth Phillips, Sports; Louise Huddleston, Y. W. C. A. Reporter; Helen Sellomridge,
Academic Notes; Edith Scheufler, Proof Reader and Features.




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Jessie Burgin, General Manager; Barbara Reed, Treasurer.

Betty O'Donnell, Vice President; Amanda Caldwell, President; Olive Martin, Secretary.



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Nancy O'Connor, Water Polo; Roberta Harrington, Bowling; Grace Cavert, Baseball;

Isobel Goodloe, Hockey; Elberta Gooch, Tennis; Irene Cochran, Basketball;

Florence Sellevold, Archery; Eleanor Peterson, Riding;

Helen Candler, Volley Ball.



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MEMBERS

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Elberta Gooch, Virginia Strandberg, Victoria Spaulding, Lorainne Gregory

Mable Gardner, Elizabeth Richmond, Sara Ison

June Harralson, Annie Colard, Hope Guenther, Eugenia Brown

Elizabeth Proctor, Margaret Burnett

Edith Scheufler, Adalyn Sherwood, Virginia Showalter, Carolyn Decker,

Dorothy Pheiffer, Mary Lovell, Leah Lindley



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Adalyn Sherwood
Louisa LaBounty
Eleanor Neckerman
Virginia Showalter



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Dorothy Cate, Marion Cox, Naomi Saip
Sally Props, Rebecca Ainsworth, Peggy Corwin, Jean Cuykendall Edith Scheufler,
Virginia Gerdl, Virginia Lloyd, Juliana Bollen, Betty Lane, Elizabeth Lee Haynes

OFFICERS

Virginia Gerdl President

Betty Lane Vice President

Edith Scheufler Secretary-Treasurer

To write, to critize, and to read, is the triple aim of the Wordsmiths. They endeavor to produce
one big piece of work during the year. Another of their projects is their new club room, the Smithy,
which they are endeavoring to establish as a place to write and read.




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Harriet Merrick, Jane Sutherland, Sarah Bryan

Eleanor Peterson, Frances Gibson, Mary Alice Farr

Marjorie Sherwood, Anne Akers, Mary Dean Clement



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Jane Sutherland
Milbrey Wright
Avis Olmstead .
Mary Dean Clement



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The Penstaff Literary Society was organized three years ago to further creative writing in the high
school. Since then, with the co-operation of our sponsor, Miss Pugh, the society has gradually grown
until now it is composed of an enthusiastic group of amateur writers, all of whom are interested in the
progress that is being made today in the literary world.

We hope that as we, the older members, leave Ward-Belmont, determined to continue our literary
efforts, our successors may be as ambitious and as enthusiastic as we have been.



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POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

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Mildred Ann Smith, President; Lavelle Thompson, Mildred Schaefer,
Elizabeth Lee Haynes, Gibson Trotter, Mrs. W. LaRue Cresap, house mother;
Miriam Roberts, Dorothy Shelly.

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Mildred Bishop, Kentucky; Bonham Bush, Tennessee; Mildred Clarke, District of Columbia;

Irene Cochrane, Michigan; Josephine Cohn, North Carolina.

SECOND ROW

Marion Cox, Indiana; Ruth Curry, Michigan; Mabel Gardner, Ohio;

Elizabeth Hadley, Louisiana

THIRD ROW

Betty Hamilton, Kentucky; Evelyn Hill, Wyoming; Mary Helen Kingston, Texas;

Mignon Lindsey, Louisiana.



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