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THE STUDENTS OF

WARD-BELMONT

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Milestones, our annual of 1948. Turn its pages slowly, reliving
each happy hour of the past year, as you might stroll in a nostalgic
dream of memories. Pause beside the simdial which marks unfor-
gettable minutes, each precious in its way; linger near the reflector
where visions of the school year are caught in images of mirrored silver;
rest awhile in the cool shade of the garden, while reminders of your
club sisters crowd your memory. Hear in the song of the birds echoes
of harp and solo, in the splash of the fountain the play of Naiades.
Pick a bouquet of spring flowers from the edge of the stone walk— each
step a syinbol of oiu" year's growth, each flower a memory of a friend.

Come, take my hand, open the garden gate, stroll its paths, relive
every dream and its fulfillment. Ward-Belmont's own Garden of
Memories lies peaceful and beautiful waiting the steps of those who
have lived and loved its inspiration.

Come, the garden gate swings wide . . .




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CONTENTS



ADMINISTRATION



CLASSES



CONSERVATORY



ACTIVITIES



SPORTS



C L U B S



CAMPUS LIFE




MISS MARTHA ORDWAY



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Black and white printed words . . . unitorni, unassuming words ... yet in
their entirety they cradle a personality so genuine, so outstanding, so completely
essential to the continuance of the high standards of Ward-Belmont that it is
only right the 1948 Mile.stones be dedicated to her.

Small kindnesses, small courtesies, small considerations are habitually prac-
ticed in her daily life, giving her greater charm than display of great talents and
accomplishments could ever produce. This, then, is her creed . . . for, as she
sits quietly behind her spacious desk, her wise blue eyes intent on your face, you
feel her deeply sincere interest in you, your life, your interests, and your mis-
fortunes. You know that she is for you . . . that she is your friend.

Still the capacious print extends hungrily over the smooth white remainder
of this page. It reads how her friendship and unfailing loyalty extend outside
her comfortable office. High cheekbones, lustrous skin, springy, waving hair, tet
off by a royal blue dress, she stands amid a group of excited young belles at a
social affair. Or habitually removing and replacing her glasses, she announces
her irrevocable decisions in Tuesday chapels, with her "please mam" and
remarkable sense of humor placing her even higher in the estimation of the
students. But whether joyfully discussing the latest New York plays, literature,
and music, or asserting her intelligent, reasonable authority over the students, you
are still aware of her capability, self-reliance, and keen interest in your welfare.

She is an inseparable part of Ward-Belmont.

The pattern of printed words pause now . . . wait . . . then gives vent to one
final thought as the bottom of this dedication paL;e is reached. It suddenly
whispers that a melodious, softly Southern voice can worthily say:



/ live for those who love me.
For those who know me true,
For the heaven that bends above me,
And the good that I can do;
For the wrongs that need resistance,
For the cause that lacks assistance,
For the future in the distance,
And the good that I can do.

It is the voice of
Miss Martha Ordway





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DR. ROBERT C. PROVINE

President



^Vilh unequaled ability, Dr. Robert C. Provine has
held his office of presidency lor three years, during which
he has amazed each student with his versatility, his keen
wit. and his generosity. During those years Dr. Provine
has sought continually for improvement, and by settmg
such a high example himself, has demanded from each
student her best.

The chapel talks, informal chats across his neat desk,
watching him cheer for the hockey teams, meeting him
on campus, and visiting in his home for a popcorn party
are but a few of the associations that will long be remem-
bered by every Ward-Belmont girl.

Dr. Provine is never too bu y to give advice on
academic work as well as social activity, and his under-
standing and wisdom have guided each student to help
her become a well-rounded individual.





Advisor of academic problems and a man ol much
insight and understanding. Dean VanAntwerp has filled
his office to the fullest. Not only does he give his time
to helping each student with her ciuriculmn, but he
sponsors the Phi Theta Kappa honorary scholastic organ-
ization.

Dean VanAntwerp's capability and willingness m
urging scholastic achievement have not gone unnoticed.
His kindness and fairness displayed in solving all the
problems with which he is confronted have been an
inspiration to every student who has gone to him for
advice.

These characteristics merge together to make Dean
VanAntwerp's first year at Ward-Belmont successful in
every respect.



MR. CHILES VANANTWERP

Dea7i of College





MISS MARTHA ORDWAY

Dean of Women



A\'ith charm and grace, Dean Martha Ordway handles
each student's personal problems, and during her two
years in this position has been loved and admired by
everyone on the campus. Her eagernes; to satisfy the
many desires brought before her by Ward-Belmont girls
has won the appreciation of all.

Not only does Miss Ordway participate in all campus
social activities but she takes an active part in nimierous
organizations in Nashville. .\ Southern lady with a
sparkling personality, wisdom, and depth of character
is our dean of women. Miss Martha Ordway.





During Mrs. Souby's three years as Principal of the
Preparatory School she has sought and obtained con-
tinual improvement in the program of activities. Guid-
ing and advising each high-school girl has rewarded her
with their sincere gratitude. Mrs. Souby has seen that
each preparatory student does the work of which she is
capable in the preparation for a college education.

AVisely and graciously she has inspired her girls to
higher goals, and long after her students have left
\Vard-Belmont. she will not Ije forgotten.



MRS. SUSAN S. SOUBY

Principal of the Preparatory School





MR. ALAN IRWIN

Dean of the Conservatory of Music



Any student who has had the pri\'ilege of working
under the keen super\ision ol Dean Ir\vin will have
gained much in knowing him and learning from him.
Always conscious of the need for music appreciation,
Dean Alan Irwin strives to instill this appreciation in
each Ward-Belmont girl.





Capable, genial Mr. Nelson successfully manages the
inti-icate financial affairs of the school. A friend to
students and faculty alike, Mr. Nelson also takes part in
various campus activities, attending tournament games,
club parties, and other campus gatherings. His readi-
ness to aid in all problems, and to seek the improvement
of our college has marked him a man of distinction.



MR. VERNON M. NELSON

Bjisiness Manager





MR. JOHN A. BITZER

listrar



For three years .Mr. John A. Bluer has been Ward-
Behiiont's efficient and friendly registrar. He is our
■■public relations officer" whose duties are varied and
numerous. \\'ell known on campus, Mr. Bitzer's per-
sonal charm and sense of hiunor ha\e helped him make
a great success of his office, ^vhich requires his being
ready at any time to introduce Ward-Belmont to new
students and their parents, and to see that campus news
reaches the parents of the girls on the campus.




FACULTY



MozELLE Adams

Enirlish



tc. Ward-Bcin
iity, B.A.



nt Scliool; Vandeibilt



Lucv Shivers Ball

Sjn-crli

Shorter College, A.B.; Emerson College of
Oratory, B.L.L

MARiiiEL Benton

Pkuio

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, B.Mus.,
M.Mus.; Student of Karol Liszniewski

Kathleen Bender Boyd

Chemistry
George Peabody College for Teachers. B.S.

Sara Worley Brandon

Matlieiimlics

George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.,
M.S.

Marguerite Jean Breckknridge

Hislory

Vanderbilt Uiiiversity, B.A., ^r.A.; George
Peabody College for Teachers

Vera Eston Brooks
Hislory

George Peabody



Thula Ruth Carroll
Physical Education
Sargent Scliool of Boston University, 1

Patty Litton Chadwell

Physical Education
ibody College for Teac

Janet Cleveland

English

CiMiiberland University, B.A.; George Pe;
body College for Teachers, M.A.



Sydney Dalton

Head of Voice Department

Dominion College of Music, Montreal,
L.Mus.; Cincinnati Conservatory of Music,
ISf.Mus.; Student of David Bispham, Max
Heinrick and J. H. Duval; Piano with
Rafael Josseify; Composition with Rubin
Goldmark and Frederick Schlieder



Maudine Collier Daniel

Home Economics and Physiology

B.A.; George Peabody



College for Teacher;

Marjorie Uavis

Music Theory

Murray State Teachers College, B.A.,
B.Mus.; Sherwood School of Music; West-
minster Choir College: Fountainbleu; Stu-
dent of Robert Casadesus



IvAR Lou Myhr Duncan

English

Vanderbilt University. B.A.. Ph.D.; George
Peabody College for Teachers, M.A.: Oxford
University and Cambridge University, Eng-
land; Yale University



SOPHRONIA M. EGCLESTON

History

rk, George Pe



Polly Fessey
Bookkeeping and Commercial Law



Mary Louise Givens

Modern Languages

Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A.;
University of Wisconsin, M.A., Ph.D.; Cer-
tihcate D'Etudes Francaises. University of
Besancon; University of Paris; University
of Chicago



Anne Pearson Goodloe
Home Economics

School; Uni




ADAMS

Brooks
Davis



Ball
Carroll

Duncan



Benton
Chadwell
Eggleston



BOVD

Cleveland

Fessey



Bk.WDON

Dalton

GlVENS



Bkeckenridge

Daniel

Goodloe



FACULTY



Louise Gordon

A) I

Graduate of the New York School of Fine
and Applied Arts; Kansas City Art Institute;
I'ni^ersity of Colorado

Louise Green

French and Spanish

Belha\an College. B.A.: George Peabody
College for Teachers. M..\.; Uni\ersity of
Southwestern University



A'ERA LUZENE HAV

HistotY

University of Chicago. IMl.B.; Vanderbilt
Uniyersity, M.A.; Harvard Uniyersity;
Columbia Uniyersity; George Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers; University of Minnesota

Pauline J. Haynes
Spanish and French



State Univei
of Grenoble
Sorbonne: U



ity of Iowa. B..\.; University
France; University of Paris,
iversity of Southern California



Cora Henderson
Secretarial Training;



Peabody Col-



Frederick Arthur Henkel

Head of Organ Department

Graduate, Metropolitan College of Mus
Cincinnati; Cincinnati College of Mus
Student of Steinbrccher, Andre, Sterlii
Durst, and Grainger.



RuiH M. Manx
iMatlu'inatics
Univcrsitv of Wisconsin. B.S.

Florence Renich M.\thias

Chemistry

University of Wisconsin, B.S.; Unive
of Chicago

Ella 1'urvear Mims

FrcnrJi and Spanish



Nellie Pvle Miser

Matlieinatics

Huron College, B.A.; University of Chicago

Catherine E. Morrison

Director. Department of P)i\sical
Education

Posse School of Physical Education; Emer-
son College of Oratorv; Gilbert School of
Dancing George Peabody College for Tcaih-
crs: Columbia University

John Xlbert Morro^v

Ciiemisti-y

Lmorv and Henrv College, B.A.; Univeisitv
of Virginia, M.A.; Univeisitv of Florida,
Ph.D,



Anne Knotl Ordw.w

Englisli



M.argaret Henrv Otiarson

Latin

Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A.;
University of Rome Italy. M.,\.; the .Amer-
ican, British, Italian, and French .Academies,
.\thens, Greece; and the Sorbonne. Paris;
Vanderbilt University

M.\RTHA HvDE Owen

English
Drake University. B.A.

Frances Helen Parker

Harp

Birmingham Southern College, B.A.; Van-
derbilt University, M..A.; Eastman School of
Music; Cincinnati Conservatory of Music;
Student of Carlos Sal/cdo; Private lessons in
Vienna.

Lucv Labil 1'arnlll
Biology
Randolph-Macon \\oman's College. B.A.

.\L.\iA Wilson Piillips

Spanisli

George Peabodv College for Teachers, B.S.,
M.A.; Universitv of Paris; University of
Mexico: Universitv of Geneva; McGill Uni-




GOkLiON


Green


Hay


Hayni;s


Henderson


Henkel


Mann


Mathias


MiMS


Miser


Morrison


Morrow


Ordway


Ottarson


Owen


Parker


Parnell


Phillips



FACULTY



C.ioRGiE C. Hodgson

Eiiglisli mid Modem Hislory

Southwestern State Teachers College, B.A.;
George I'eabody College for Teachers, M.A.;
University of Wisconsin



Alma HoLLiNciiR

Biology

University of Michigan. B.A.; Michigan
Biological Station; Marine Biological Sta-
t-'on, Venice, California



15ARBARA McCain

PliXiical Ediicalion
i:ni\crsity of Iowa, B.S

Pknelope Mountfort

Biology

L'nivcrsitv of Buffalo, B.S.

.Shirley .\nn Mueller
Phxsical Education
University of Iowa, B.S.



Mary Rachel Norris

Psychology and Ediicalion

Eryn Mawr College, B.A., M.A.: George
Pcabocly College for Teachers: Columbia
University

Faith 1'hillips
Biology
\ andcrbilt University, B.S.

Marguerite 1'inson

Hiiih Sellout IJbrarinn



Florence Irwin
Piano

Bush Conser\atory of Music. B.Mus.: Ward-
Belmont School; Rockford College; Student
of John Blackmore, Frederic Lamond, Edwin
Hughes; Teachers' College, Columbia Uni-
versity; Jnilliard School of Music







BiLLIE KUYKENDALL










English






.Tennessee
College foi


College, B.S.; George
■ Teachers, M.A.


Pea


ibody






Anne Locke










English






Univers
Univers


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of Chattanooga, B.A.; '
M.A.


Vand


erbilt



Mary Margaret Neal

Chemistry

te of Ward-Belmont School; North-
University, B.S.



Elizabeth Ellen Neff
History



Margaret Elizabeth Newhall

Librarian

Vassar College. B.A.; Ohio State University,
M..\.. B.S.; George Peabodv College for
Teachers. B.S. in L.S.



Mary McMillan Rasmussen
Ensrlish



Lawrence H. Riggs

Head of Music Theory Department

Beloit College. B.A.; Rhodes Scholar at
Oxford University. England; Chicago Musi-
cal College. Northwestern University School
of Music; American Institute of Normal
Methods

Hazel Coate Rose
Piano

Student of William Sherwood. Glenn Dillard
Ciunn, and Victor Hcin«; Organ with
.\rthur Dunham; Harmony with Clarence
Dickinson




HotJGSON


Hollinger


Irwin


KUYKENDALL


Locke


lOUNTFORT


Mueller


Neal


Neff


Newhall


Phillips


PiNSON


Rasmussen


RICGS


Rose



McCain
Norris



FACULTY



Kenneth Rose

Head of J'iolin Dc/Jailmeiit

Formerly Teacher in Metropolitan School
of Mnsic. Indianapolis: Concert Master, In-
dianapolis Symphony Orchestra: Student of
McGibcnv. Indianapolis: Arthur Hartmann,
Paris: George Lehamann. Berlin; Suky,
Prague



Susan Russell
Arl



Amelia Throne
Piatio

Farrar School of Voice and Piano,
ville. Tennessee; Student of Maurice
son, Vienna; Josef Lhe\innc. Berlin;
miind Stojowskv. New York: Master
of Harold Bauer. New York



Ethel \Vinborn Turner

Mathematics
Vanderbilt University, B.A.



Ruth Fulcham Walker

English
George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.

Elizabeth \Vall

Piano

George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.;
Nashville Conservatory of Music, B.Mus.;
Student of Wiktor Labunski, Edward Loessel,
Roy Underwood



Laurine Forrester Sargent

Home Economics

L'niversily of Tennessee, B.S.: George I'
body College for Teachers, M..\.; Vane
bilt University



Marilyn Redinger Van Sickle

Voice

tier University aird Arthur Jordan Con-
\atory, B.Miis.; Ward-Belmont Conser\a-
y; Studeirt of Sydney Dalton, Joseph
utner: coaching with Charles Hedlcy



\'ESTA \A'HITLEY
English and Latin
nderbilt University, B.A., M.A.



Mary Wynne Shackleford

Director, Department of Art

.\rt .'Vcademy of Cincinnati; Uni\ersit>
Cincinnati, B..\.; Pratt Institute, Schoo
Fine and .Applied .\rts; New Y'ork
Paris, B.F.A.



Emily Barry Walker

Biology

Western Kentucky State Teachers College;
George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.,
M.A; Vanderbilt University Medical School



Catherine \V'innia

Director, Department of Speecli

George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.;
Columbia University, M.A.; Director's and
Teacher's Certificate, .American Academy of
Dramatic Art




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Walker



Sakce.nt
Walker



Shackleford
Wall



Throne
Whitley



Turner

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Tea lor three

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"But our eyes still twinkle"



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

LAUDiii Harton Prcsidcnl

15ett\' Hall Sma'HKRn J'ice-Pn'sidcnl

Margie Elias Secrelnry

Georgia Hall Day Treasurer

Helen McGuire

LaVerne McCann Hoarding Treasurer

Betsy Clifford Sergeant-at-arms

Miss >rARV NrARc;ARET Neal Slwiisor



Sealed, left to rig7i(— Georgia Hall, Betty H. Shepherd, Laddie Harton, Margie Elias. Helen McGuire.
Standing— Hetsy Clifford, LaVerne McCann.




SENIORS




Pembroke CInishnas Ch,




Steve Ann Akin

"Stevie"

Wichita Falls, Texas

Penta Tau

Piano Diploma, Voice Certifi-
cate, Riding Certificate

Music Club •il. 48; Mu
Sigma Phi '47; Octet '47, '48
Class Cheerleader '47. '48
Class Song Leader '47, '48
Choir, '47; Swimming Var
sity '47; Riding Varsity '47
Turf and Tanbark '47, '48:
French Club '48; President of
Penta Tau Club '48.

Carolyn Marie Berch

Lake George, New York

Tri-K

General and Music Diplomas

Mu Sigma Phi Music Fratern-
ity '47. '48; Choir '47; Ac-
companist for Sinfonietta '47.



Denise Allen

Nashville, Tennessee

Penta Tau

General Diploma

»ay Student Council '48.

.Mildred Bethshares

Nashville, Tennessee

X.L.

General Diploma



Suzanne Armbruster

Springfield, Illinois

Agora

.S/)ffr/i Diploma

Speech Club '47. '48; Naiades
'48.

Peggy Grace Bethune

.Nashville, Tennessee

Tri-K

General Diploma and Speech
Certificate

Speech Club '47, '48.



Joyce .\rmitage

Charleston, West Virginia

.\nti-Pandora

General Diploma

French Club '47, '48; Associ-
ate Editor of Hyphen '47;
Editor of Hyphen '48; Chimes
Staff '48; MILESTONES Staff
'48; .\..\. '41; President's
Council '48.

Joella Claire Blache

Hammond, Louisiana

A.K.

Music Diploma

Choir '47. '48; Music Club
'47, '48; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet
'48; Vice-President of A.K.
Club '48; Music Editor of
Hyphen '48; C.G.O. '48.



Patricia Ann Austi;

"Pat"

Fort Worth, Texas

Anti-Pandora

General Diploma



Xettie Jean Blake

"Blake"

Saginaw. Michigan

F.F.

General Diploma

.\..\. '48; Bowling Varsity '47,
'48; Choir '47, '48; Round
Table Club '47. '48; Bowling
Manager of A. A. '48; Chem-
istry Club '48; French Club
'48; .\thletic Manager of F.F.
Club '48; Treasurer of F.F.
Club '48.



SENIORS




Senior Symphony




Carol Stillwell


Barbara Jean Barnes


Bacchus


New York, New 'Vork


Elkton, Maryland


Anti-Pandora


A.K.


General Diploma


General Diploma, Riding
Certificate


Speech Club '47, '48; Anti-


Pan Cheerleader '47; Biology


Speech Club '47. '48; Turf


Club '48.


and Tanbark ^S; Vice-Presi-




dent '48.


Jean Louise Boone


Margaret Anne


"Sis"


Blowers


Elkton, Kentucky


"Peggy"


F.F.


Rocky River, Ohio


General Diploma


Penta Tau


French Club '47, '48; Secre-



General Diploma
Riding Certificate

Class Cheerleader '47, '48;
Spanish Club '47, '48; Presi
dent o£ Spanish Club '47
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet '47

Naiades '47, '48; A.A. '47
■48; President of C.G.O. '48
Biology Club '48; Hypher
Staff '48; Presidents' Cabinet
'48; Turf and Tanbark '48;
Round Table Club '48.



French Club '48;
Treasurer of Round Table
Club '47; Secretary of Round
Table Club, '48; Phi Theta
Kappa '47; Treasurer '48;
Secretary of Founders Hall
'48; Vice-President of F.F.
Club '48.



Jane Havden Basham

Hardinsburc, Kentucky

Anti-Pandora

General and Home Economics
Diplomas

Chemistry Club '47, '48;
Science CUib '47, '48; Vice-
President of Home Economics
Club '47, '48; A.A. '47, '48;
Vice-President of Fidelity
Hall '47; President of Pem-
broke Hall '48; Hood and
Gown '48.



Margaret Bovlin

Nashville, Tennessee
F.F.



Phi Theta Kappa '47,
Mu Sigma Phi '47,
Secretary of Day Council
Day Student Vice-President
of F.F. Club '48.



Cora Moss Bell

Birmingham. Alabama

X.L.

General Diploma

President of X.L. Club '48;
Round Table '47. '48; Presi-
dents' Cabinet '48.

Dorothy Ann Bradley
"Dot"

Clarksville. Tennessee

Penta Tau

General Diploma

French Club 47; Music Club



Barbara Bess Benson

"Bessie"

Wichita Falls, Texas

Penta Tau

General Diploma

Hyphen Staff '47, '48; Cliimes
Staff '47, '48; Choir '47: A.A.
'47, '48; Archery Varsity '47;
Spanish Club '47; Vice-Presi-
dent of Spanish Club '48;
Music Club '48; Sinfonietta
'47, '48; Capti\ators '48.



Bettye Bray

Nashville, Tennessee

Anti-Pandora

General Diploma



SENIORS




After the Senior Dance— betcha!




i'RISCILLA BRAMAN

"Pris"

Mitchell, Indiana

Tri K

Gloria Anne Byrd

Royal Oak, Michigan

Agora

General Diploma

48; Choil
ub ■48.



Suii Dell Brevvlr

"Sndie"

RiDCELY, Tennessee

Agora

Generid Diploma

■47,



Base-



French Club
ball Varsity
President of Agora Club ■48;
Secretary-Treasurer of Pem-
broke Hall ^48; Athletic Man-
ager of Senior Class '48.



Anne Rogers

Ca.nterbury

Beckley, West Virginia

X.L.

Art



al Diploma c
Certificate



Art

Club -47
•47,



b -47.



Patricia Edith Brooks
Colfax, Illinois

F.F.
General Diploma

NfARV Tom Cantrell

"Toniinye"

Etowah, Tennessee

F.F.



President of F.F. Club ■48;
Music Club '47, '48;' Mu
Sigma Phi ■47. ^48; Spanish
Club '48; Presidents^ Cabinet



EiHEL .\lARiE Brown

NASHVILLE, Tennessee

X.L.

General Diploma

French Club '.la; Biology
Club ^48.

Mary June Carnes

"Junie"

Shelbyville. Illinois

Tri-K

General Diploma

Round Table Club ■47. '48;
Spanish Club '48; Phi Theta
Kappa '48.



Betty Anne Buchanan

"Betsy"

Nashville, Tennessee

Anti-Pandora

General Diploma

Day Student Vice-President
of Anti-Pandora Club ^48;
Softball Varsity ^47; Hockey
Varsity '47; A.A. ^47, ^48;
Chemistry Club ■48; Hyplitn


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