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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF STETSON


UNIVERSITY . . . DeLAND, FLORIDA

Delphene Coverston . Editor-in-Chief

F. A. LeRoy Barkstrom . Business Manager


DEDICATION
With a feeling of pride and humility

this year's Hatter is dedicated to

you men of Stetson who have an-

swered our country's call to arms.

We are proud of your deeds wher-

ever you may be, whatever you may

be doing, and humble because we

cannot show our appreciation in a

greater sense. It is our fervent hope

that the powers above will see fit to

return you to us, safe and victorious,

to live in the land you are now de-

fending.
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FOREWORD
To students of all ages college has meant
a prolongation of youth, a period in which

ideals are stabilized, and a time to be

remembered as the best in life. Despite the

world at war Stetson students have gone


forward much as before — the atrocities of

an outside uncertain reality tending only

to bring us closer together. In the Hatter


of 1943 you see reflected the Iighthearted-

ness of youth that can never be suppressed


in a free country. We hope you like it.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Despite war conditions, the session 1942-'43 has been one of the best in Stetson's his-
tory. Morale has been high. The scholarship record has been upheld. Students and
faculty members have given their utmost to assist the Government in its war effort.

At the same time, they have maintained the highest educational standards. Stetson

thus continues to go forward.

I take this opportunity to extend greetings and good wishes to the students and to the
Stetson Family everywhere.

Sincerely,
William Sims Allen, President.

HARRY C. GARWOOD ROY FRANCIS HOWES JAMES RUFUS McVICKER


Law Director of the School of Busin
Dean of the University Dean of College of
EZRA ALLEN ROBERT I. ALLEN DORIS K. ARJONA SUSIE P. BROWN SUE McE. BURNS
FRANCES BUXTON G. PRENTICE CARSON RICHARD E. CLARK ROSEMARY CLARK JOHN F. CONN
W. C. COWELL CECIL L. CRISSEY LEONARD J. CURTIS IOLA KAY EASTBURN BOYCE F. EZELL
(Manager of Univ. Pr.

STETSON
FACULTY
CHARLES A FISHER ETHEL M. FISHER DOROTHY L. FULLER HAROLD M. GIFFIN VIRGINIA GIFFIN
WARREN S. GORDIS VERONICA DAVIS GOVE COL. FRANK W. HALLIDAY EDITH HARVEY ESTHER M. HICK
ANNIE N. HOLDEN CURTIS C. HORN NEILL S. JACKSON SARA STAFF JERNIGAN CARL H. JOHNSON

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ETTER M. TURNER

% I*" EDGELLE HENRY


CHARLOTTE A. SMITH
G. LEIGHTON I.AFUZE MARION B. LEONARD CURTIS M. LOWRY MARY T. LOWRY MARY S. McCURDIE
WILLIAM H. McENIRY, JR. BARBARA ROWE ERICH SAXL R.GRADY SNOWDEN
IRVING C. STOVER HARRY S. WINTERS AILEEN WORTH M. JEAN FINNEY
FRANCES C. THORNTON

IDA R. CUNNINGHAM
CLIFFORD B. ROSA

1 L
John Lewis
STUDENT President

Bud Ware
BODY Vice-President

Elizabeth Stacey
Secretary

OFFICERS Claire Brandies


Treasurer

rnes, F. Smith, Fanell, Rogy, Hillman, Snellings, Coversto,, Stacey, Reaves, B. Sm.th, Jennings, Jones, Elliott, Powers, Purti.

CLASS OFFICERS
STETSON

BARBARA PEDEN AIBRITTOX. B.M


lakeland. Florida
Phi Beta, I, 2. ), 4, 3, Historian, -4; B. S. t
Council, Muiit Chairman, l; Secretary of Musi
Scl I. >; n.li.. Guild, i; Delta Sigma Ph
Sweetheart, 4; Y. W. A., l. 2; Glee Club, 1

-'. s. 4, (; Student Leader, J; Kc) lub, l


I

-. '. 4. '; K ,.l iorui i.j. I, 4, S; Sadi


Hawkins Committee, 1; Opera, I. J, 4, s.

RAYMOND WILLIAM ALDEN, JR., B.A.


I1j\h,na Brack, ll„,„L
I'. Kappa Phii Beta Key.

RolURT C. ALLEN, B.A.


Ii,l„„,l, Florida
Club, 1, 2, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, 4,
urcr, 3, Secretary, 4; US ,1

«" I'-. ' > ding Room Tcch-


1, 2, 4.

SIGNA 111 I EN ANDERSON, B.A.


S,,.,/,,,,/. Florida
.
i. Proo let, 2, ;. Bookkeeper
I [unio Class Edil u , o

FRANCES lRKLEY, B.M


Miami, i

li v r ouncil, Muiii ( ( hairman, .'. I

man Adviser, 4; G I, 2, 1, 4. !. Busi-


ness Manager I, 4; Radio
ol Girl Glci I
lub,
I
\ I eROY barks ROM, I I 1 li.

Squad
'
I. . 4, I; Traveling ,
lamrilown, N. 1 .
DcLand, Florida
'. 4, 5; Phi Beta, I, 2. ', 4, i. Corresponding Pi Kappa Delta, l, :, !; Varsitj Debate Squad
4; Rulci and Procedure Committee, 4;
.
li Phi Alpha Delta, I. 2, 1, fustice
Y. W. A., I, 2, 3, 4, I. Music Chairman, >, I. Delta Sigma Phi, .'. I| Studcnl Bai >>i
'

id i'i. idem, . i'i, idem ..i s ,

l
i
Class, i; Student Disi iplin u | I
ommil
GEORGI I
i.i B.A, lee, 1.2; Winner of I reshman Law Club Com-
I Fr>r/fIJ l» nil,.., I
; Redfern IV. /e. 2: Am. ,
[uril
i i'i Gamma My, prudence Prize, 2; Business Managet ..i Hatter,
I
'
lub, I; I'i Dell . I'-.. 4, I', s i. i
hairman ,.< Rules ,,„l r, , „,,,
i :
M, ., Krewe, i; Interfraternilj I oun
2, 3, 4. cil, 3: Honor Roll, 2, 3| Dean's List, 2, 3.
SENIORS

ROBERT W. BARNES, B.S.


Jacksonville, Honda
Pi Kappa Phi. Archon, 4. Past Treasurer, Secre-
tary. Pledge Captain; President of Senior Class.
4; Interfraternity Council, t, 4, President, 4;
Business School President. J; Sophomore Class
Prcsidenr. 2; I. R. C, 3, 4; S Club; Social
' ittec, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee. 4;
Mystic kresve. 4; Men's Discipline Committee,
4; Vars,,, Basketball, :. J, 4; Freshman Basket-
ball, State Championship, 1.

CONSTANCE H. BENNETT, B.A.


Babson P.,,1,. Florida
W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent, 4; Pi Beta Thi; Beta Key; Blazer Club,
Vice-President, 3; Motor Corps; F. T. A., 4.

PAU1 INE EENNI IT, B.A.


Daylona Beach, Florida
Blizer Club, 2. t, 4, Treasurer, 4; \C. A. A.,
1. 2, J, 4. Secretary. 2. 4. Recorder of Points,
3; Table Tennis club. President. 2; Little
Theatre, 2, I; Ma.or Club, Vice-President, t;
Hatteh, Freshman Editor. 2; Reporter, Isso
ciate Editor, 4; Steliomaii. Associate Editor, t;
BYRON F. BOND, B.A.
/ in tut Grot .-. Georgia
Radio Guild, 4; Student Government, Freshman
Pincland Junior College, I, 2; Scholarship \ » ... Orientation Committee; Honor Roll, ); he I

2; Honor Roll, l, :, 4; Dean's In, Report -I .


Honor. 4; Alpha V Delta. I, 2, 3, 4, Journal
Staff, 3; Hattlr Staff.
Correspondent, l, 2, >, Corresponding Secretary,
J.

GARLAND M, BRANCH. ]R., B.A.


Flaat City, Florida Mil VIN W. Bl RG1 R. B.S.
Delta Sigma Phil Mystic Krcwc, Second Ma- Tampa, Florida
I, t aptain, 4; Scroll and Key, Preside!
3. Sadie Hawkins Committee. 1; Intramurals. 1. 2;
I. Who's Who .n American Universities a Freshman Football Manager. 2; Freshman Rules
Colleges. 4: Sigma Pi Sigma, J, 4, Prcsidci Committee. 2; Constitution Committee, Bus.ocm
4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ;, 1. 4; Viior, 4; Ne School. 3; Freshman Adn.a. i. 4; Reporter,
ton Club, ), 4. Associate. 2. Fellow, Vssociate Sports Editor. 4; President of
President, 4; Der Deutsche Verein, 2. I, 4. Pre Council, 4; Radio Guild, 4; I. R. C, 4.
dent, 4; Stetson Astronomical Society. 2; B.
U. Executive
Council, Publicity Manager. DON II Bl AC K, B.A.
Sunday School Superintendent, 4; Phi Sociel Knox.
President, 2; Symphony Orchestra. 1, 2, <. Pi Kappa Thi; Tennis Team Manager. 2. 3; In-
Gamma Sigma Epsilon Award as Outstandii tramurals, I. 2. J, 4; Baseball cam Manager, I

Freshman Chemist, and Sophomore Chemist. 1; Independent Basketball Team, 4.


.

STETSON

< [ MKI. BRANDIES, B.A.


Callahan, Florida
V A. A., 1, 2, >, 4, Corresponding Secre-
tary. 2, Vice-Preaidcnt, 3; Y. A., I, 2, J, 4, W
!, President. 2. S; B. S. U. Coons, I. 2. 1. 4.
Secretary, 4; Blazer Club, 2, J, 4, i. V.cc-
I'residcnt, I, President, 4; Ires
t, 4; Women's Student Govci
Secretary, I. Vice-President, 4, President.
of Student llody. i; Who'. Who
s and Colleges, 'A, - .
,

Alpha.

MARY ANN BROWN, B.A.


Naranja, Florida
Art Club, 1; I. R. C, -'. >, l. I

Delta I' i. i. 4, " > H


«,;„„/, r s, ,11. i. 4; Honoi Roll, J

III I I N KAY BRYAN, B.A.


Hon I,,,- ' I
I ''"'"<''

Pineland Junior College, 1.2; Scholarship Award,


Hi H, Roll,
I
I, 2, 1, 4; Dean's 1 ,st, ); F.
T. A., 4. Treasurer. 4; Hatter Art Club, 4;
Alpha Dck.ioma, 4.
MARY KATHERINI < \R1 TON, B.A.
T. BURDINE, |l< B Sparr, Florida
J. .

Si p | , /•„ •
, \oriit •
h irlci S i ",,ss Memorial Award in < la

Kappa Kappa Ps, . I, 2, ), 4. In,-,,,.,. >, V,,, languages. 2; Y. W. A., ); W. A.


President, 4 Band, I. 2. I, 4 nanl Newton Clfb, !, 4; Alpha Dckaioma, I, 4, Vicc-
4, Brass Ttii I
i i
Miniateri: I Prcaident, 1,1 T. A., 4. < mtodian, 4.
*cretary, >, 4; B. S

i
I ,un, il. , 4, Mj| - i'' pr, i
VIRGINIA ( HAMB1 Rl IN. B.A.
Secretary. 4; I. R. C. ,,,... „i City, loriia I
ton and State, ). 1, 2,

4, Treaiurcr, ), Vice-President I t Alpha Xi Delta. 4; La Irancade, >, 4; 1

Vice-President, J; Pi Kappa Phi. I, 2, 1, • I. Roll, 2, I. I. A., 4.


Chaplain. 3, Warden, 4; Pi Gamma M„. 4; The,
Alpha Phi, -t
'

hi I 1 WIS < I ADIN, B.A.


Thca, 2; Sadi. Sara o/a, Florida
Kappa Pledge, >i Intraraurala, 2, 3, 4.
Hasvkins (on Pi Phi 1,
S I \ 1 4» 1 5 S

K \illll M. CI ARKE. B.A


Milton, V, » 1 ark
Alph
iade, 1. :, >, 4; Pi
11, Art Club, J, 4.

SHIRLEY COEN, B.S.


Mr. Dow, Florida
Transfer II la State ollcge foi Women; Zeta I

In, Vlpha, Guard: Treasurer „f Business School,

DOROTHY GIBBONS COOKE, B.A.


1RMA ]. FRENCH, B.A UonlcMr, Vf» Icrsn
Alpha Xi Delta. 1, 2, i, ^: Hattci Irl I lub,
Ucksonvillc, I

The Honor 2 I, 4; Sigma Delta Phi, ), 4; Honor Roll,


Honor Roll. 1, 2. «. 4; |,
>, 4
Delta, 2, J, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, I, 4. The.
Alpha Phi, 4; Pi Gamma Mu, 4; V. W. A ., 1
1 in, \k r OOP1 R, B.A. i

Fori P Florida
:. !, 4, Vice-President, 4. Sigma Delta
s ouncil, Treasure,. Mil
Hatteb Debate Squad, . I

5, 4- Staff, 4; 1
1

Treasurer. I, President, 4; Minis-


I'i Delta I'm. 4; Theta Gamma Epsilon i

cntative to B. Council, 4.
I. R. C, 2, ', 4. I ittlc Hies S I

Radio Guild, 3
111 DOROTHY \ 1 si IBROOK, B.A.
I

I Rl M II. IS A. 1 msfei
, Mai Mun i) I ollegi . Bl on
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mi, Florida President, I, Via Pn idem I; \ \ ,


-'•

Nesv Hampshire i 4 Tre.isui. i


!, I orresponi
ol
Dcrbj irnis n in Honor Roll,
2; Honor Roll, Grei n > ,1 I 1 .

, 1,
I
lub, 2, J| Killers t luh. 2, President.
.-
M,.|,, Deksioma, Intramural Manager, );
HsrtlK Si iff.

A. A., Archery Manager, 4.


STETSON

HARVEY A. GARDNER, |R., B.S.


Miami, Florida
Transfer Duke University; Si K ,m Nu, Com.
mandcr, 4. Vice Pn idem I',, lidc It,,., I

r.cst School, 4; Interfraternity Council, ), 4:


Ircihmjn Adviier, '. 4, Radio Guild

'
i
IRW i r G \K1>\I It, 11 A.

'
Pi Delta Pii,
4, Ret

WALKER S. GREEN, B.A.


DrFnniak Springs, Florida
fei lion I ollcgt , Phi Delta Theta; In-
tramuralt; Quip mi I rant
Dafidionian; Radio Guild lieu Key; Section
Defeme Council; Ktporlci Si, It

MARIE HISEY, B.A.


is III RNDON, B.A. Miami, Florida
Sin ford, Florida Tau Alpha, President,
Vice-President, Ri
Bind, I, 2. >. 4, Captain, 4; Kappa Kappa rm.in. Social Chairman; Pan lei Icnn (in .
I

Pii. ), 4. Prciident, 4. Sccrctart ,


I; rhi 1,, n,,r, 4; 1Freshman Adviser,
I; Newton Club, ), 4, Secretary 4; Sigma Pi 2, ); IIaimh Staff, I; Repor,
Sigma 3, 4. Vice-Preiidenr . I, 1.1,, t |„|,, t, 4; Pi Dclt; I. R. < ,

Opera, 1; Ml ' ' I

PATRU K II llll I . B.A.


Bait City, Florida
Tran.fer Al ,!.,,„, Polyt. hnii ItUtitUtl .

I 1 Sll A I It HIM It, II V
University; lambda Chi Alpha; Ministerial \l Flmhing, New 1 orh
in, 4; II S. M ,
Roll, I, 2, J, 4; Dean's 1 ,tt, t, 4;
U. Count, I. 4, Vesper Chairman, 4; Glet I lub, Key, 2, I, 4, Secretary,
Vice-President, 4 I,
rl r, Advertising Man- ..,., Dei Deutsche Vcrein, 4; Stell
,

n ,
,,. Staff, 2, I; Hi, Honor, 4; ranciade, .', I .. I

Photographer, 4; Little Symphony Orchestra, i. i. !, President, 4.


SENIORS

DoKolllY TRAWICK HOWARD B.S.


Cedar 6,1, Viorida
W. A., 1, 2. 3, 4; Beta Key. 3, 4; Bind.
i he Verein, I, 4; Newton Club,
4: B. S. U. Council. 2. ?. 4, Treasurer.
Tnm.nj Union Representative. J, Vesper
Chairman. 4; Lift Service Band, 3.

I w<i n 1 N \ HOWES, B.A.


DeLand, Florida
insfer Alfred Universit) I pension; Alpha Xi
4; Phi Alpha Thei
Vice-President 4; F. T. A.,

DOROI IIV II NNINGS, B.A.


Ii. ,
(or's Inlet, II:,,,, la

Alpha Xi Delta, Vice-President, 3. Rush Chair-


man. 3, Social Chairman. 4; W. A. A., I, 2. 3,
4; Little Theatre, 1. 2, 3. 4; Hatter Staff,
l,,i,, i, iti i
Council, !. 4; Blajcr Club, 3,
4; Freshman Adviser, I, 4; The Honor. 3, 4;
Beauty Section of Hath., 1; LaFranciadc, 3,
4; Hatter Art Club. 3, 4; Glee Club, I, 2;
Secretary of Freshman Class; Secretary of Senior
Class; Sadie Hawkins Committee. 2.

SHIRLEY KAGFY, B.A.


Florida
|i \\ 111 \l \K l\ II HMAN,
I B.A Mfffftii,

Palm Bca.h. Honda Y W A . I, 2. 3, 4. Personal Service Chair-


ha Sigma Phi. i, 4, Secretary, 4: Who's Who man, 4, Mpha Deksioma, 1. 3, Treasurer. 3;

American Universities and Colleges, 4: Fresh-


HsrriB Staff. 4; F. T. A., 4.
in Football, l! Little Theatre. I. 2, 3, 4;
Stor) lub,
< :. 1, Secretary - Treasurer. 3; I ,N1 KNIGHT. B.A.
w,j,,„. ll.i,,, I;
eshman adviser, I, 4; Cha
icntation Committee, I; Chairman of Frcsh- Glee Club. 2; Life Service Band. 2; Volunteer
Band, 4; II S. U. Council, Publicity Chair-
n Rules Committee, I; Intramurals, I, 2, !,
Stetson Representative on DeLand Safety, Com- man 4; RaJio Guild, 2; Little Theatre, 2. 4.
1 \\ \.. 2. 4.
Sadii II isvl in ' ommittee, i; Sigma
lira Pi, 2. I, 4, Treasurer. 3, 4: 1. R, C, >,

Southeastern Convention, 3; lud.ee EDITH s. KNOX. B.A


Delegate to
n,la„J.
Irishman tourt. !| Pi Gamma Mu. 3, 4;
I

Beta Phi, Scholarship Chairman; Theta Alpha


s IM », Sports Editor, 4; Intramural Manager PI

Delia Sigma Phi, 4; Business Manager of Lit-


Senior Class. The onor; Pi Delta Psi, Sccrc-
Theatre. 4; Thcta Alpha Phi, I, 4, Trcas-
4; R. C. 3, 4; Dean's List, 3, 4;
er, 4; Honor Roll. :, 3; Dean's list. 3; Alpha
tarv. I. ,

Honor Roll, 2, 4; Episcopal Fellowship.


Theta, President. 4.
STETSON

[OHN M wis. 1 I ]i \

Miami, Florida
Outstanding Freshman Plaque; I. R. C, I. 2;
Ministerial Association, !. 2, J, 4, Parliamen-
tarian, I, 4; Theta Alpha Phi, 2, I, 4; Pi Gamma
Mn, i. Phi Uph i I heta, 4. Phi S
Mystic I >. Vice-President, I; II. S
I ( ouncil, :. I, 4, President, >, 4, State II

s President
I !, 4; Scroll .md Key, 2, I, 4.
Treasurer, 4; \ II lit) Debate, I, 2, I, I Pi

Kappa Delta. 1. :. I, 4. President, I, 4; In,


i .- i
ii . n ii . iii i
stem
Second Place in Oratory. I;
A National '.V i I irnmcnt Extem-
poraneous Speech I ontest, I; President of Stu
m Bod
Ii .
I I. '
ol i i
"I. '

mutee, 2; Honot Roll, Chairman of Ke.l Cross


I
W « 1 i A, urn, an niVCI I

and Colleges, 3, 4.

r ,'.ll ! i
LIPSO 1MB, U.S.
Ii, Land, Florida
iecrcta Pi I

... I
id, i
I Press I lub, I, ^,
» Sn. ietj 1 iliti" . 4. Av i,

Roll, 2, I, 4. Dean's I ist, 4.

II ssn ill III I ONGINl i. Ii \.


Bradt nton, Ftoi ida
Y. «•. A., I, J, 4; VI \ A , I. 2. 4. s/-/
2, .. 4 Delta
Delta Delta, I, 2, ), l Soci il I hairman, 4.
] I A., 4; Little
Theatre, I. 2.

HELEN IIS Mel muni K. II \

OLIV1 I I, I! M. />,;.„„,/, Florida


I /-on/a Delta Delta.1. 2. I, 4, Recording
Band, 2, Orchestra i
I I ittlc I hcatre i. Alpha Phi, I, 4. President, 4.
i
l
hi B n... i. '. Pan 11.11, in. il, I, 4. Presi-
4, Treasurer, 4, Delta I Phi, 2, I. 4; The Honor, 4; Treasurer of A. B.
Treasurer. 1. s. Sigma Delta Pi, 4. .1. 4: Little The.,. re. I, 2. I, 4, Who's
in \iiii i
Universities ind Coll
UISI IcCLURE, B A. , Roll, Ii \V A. A., I; Radio Guild, I,

Transfer Vanderbil V. W. A., Ii WINSTON i McQUIDDY, IS. A.


W, V A.. I, 2; I /i, ( onvilU, i: /,.

f rater nil Cour appa Phi, Historian, 4. Secretary, 4; Had...


I I. ), 4; I.!., I
lub, I. 2, I, I. I< id,,,

Roll, Ii The ... . I. 2, I, 4; rravcling Squad, I. 2, I,


II., nor, i. 4. President, 4.1.1 I; 1 ittl, ii '
lub mpanist, I, I Key I lub i.

Theatre. I. I. >, 4; v. '


I, m I Hawkins t ommittec, 2. I, 4; Radio I 1

4, Secretary, 4, Delta D D '., ). 4. , i


Symphonj Orch. ti i Soloist, 2;
I
simp Plays, i. Accompanist fot Prol
Giffin, .1, 4.
:

SENIORS

WILLIAM S. MATHIS, B.M.


Tampa, Florida
Pi Kappa Phi. 2, 3, 4. Historian, 4; Intcrlr.i-
1,-inu, Council, 4, Glee Club, I, 4; Kev Club,
I, 4. H i,l... ho us, i
4; 1 raveling Squad, I, ,

4; Orchestra. 1. 2, I, 4. President, >; Radio


Guild, 5, 4, Pi Delta I'si. 4: R 4, I I ,

Chapel Organist, -. 4; Who's wTio in Ameri-


can Universities and Colleges, 4; Symphony Solo-
ist. I. 2; Student Accompanist. J, 4; Sadie
Hawkins Committee, 4; little Theatre, 4; One of
Six MOSI Outstanding Senior Men.
Krcwc, 3, 4.

\l Mil. '\ Ml KKII D I . B.A.


DeLand, Florida
Reporter Editor, '42 llim«.
Staff, I;
Editor, 2. law Lditor. 4; Alpha Deksioma,
1, 2, i. 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4:
Women's Town Colin.. I, President. ), 4. s I

Chairman 2; Irishman Adsiser. 2. 3; I. R. C,


MAK.1 R MOCK, B.A. 2. i, 4; Radio Guild, I. 4; Who's Who in
Pbilliplburg, Ntti Jtrsiy American L „, s e, sit .es and 1 ollegCS, 4; State
Tau Alpha, President, Vice-Presidei Se, reiar) ol « esle] in Fellon ihip, a. rhe Honor,
mm; Freshman Adviser, 2, I, 4; Pan- 4. Stetson Student Bar Association, 4; Dcr
tic Council, 3, J. President, Treasurer: La Deutsche Verein. 4.
iade, :, I, 4; Halter An Club, 3; Sigma
Pi, ^-. Secretary of A. B. School, ELSIE Ml KKII 1 . B. \.
arer o£ Funior class; [nterfraternit] I for/ Pierce, Florida
,
a ; rhe Honor, ), 4, treasurer! « \ Hatter Staff, 4; P. T. A., 4; I. R. C, 2, ), 4,
Council. Treasurer, Glei Recording Secretarj .
I. I'. Deli i Psi, 3, 4.
I, :, 4; 1 ittle Theatre; I', Delta I'm, I. 4;
Memoi i'l ommittee
l ' nsi ouncil, 1 ' I 3 DORIS I Mil 1 1GAN, B.M.
Who in American Imsei.iiic, anj Col- I

slpha \. Delta, 1. 2. I, 4, Officer, 2. J, 4;


Honor Roll, 1, 2. >; Dean's List 3; r
1 Ul \ \l \l MORRISON, B \ 1.2,, 4; he Honor, . I >, 4;
Miami, Florida Glee t lub, I, 4;
Club. ), 4; F. T. A., President, 4, Y. pan, st for Girls' Glee Club, ), 4; Radio
1, :. I, 4; W. \. A., I, 4; B. S. (, 4, A. companist, I, t Little Ssmpl | . I

icil, 4. Symphony Orchestra. I. 2, Secretary, 2.


Symphonic Band. 1: Pan-Hellenic Council, }, 4.
\l \\ MOSLER, B.S. Vice-President. 4; I R C, <. 4 ; Muter Art
r,r,'»r Beach. Florida Club. 1; llsi.m Staff, 2; Freshman Adsi.ei,
Sti i
Defensi ouncil I ., 4; Radio Guild. 3, 4; Sigma Delta Pi, 4.
STETSON

i'i in M ODUM, B \

lakeland, Florida
Transfer lorida
I Si m I ollege for Women; I

tic Theatre, I, 2 Pri lent oi I n


mi; B s I!., I; Trc
II
i I
,

urcr of J Cla A., 4.

OMAN w OSBURN, B.A.


I'll. City, Florida
Glee aub, I, 2, 1.4; rrjvi Squad,
Radio i horu«, 4

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Ml I
N, B.S.
SI. Pi I i
ibttrg, I lorida

Tranifer Si P lunior ollege, I Evi


ville Colli Band Pi C
:> uVI K. B.A.
Miami Belch, Florida
n
1 AKI 1

M. PATRK IA Pill IK, IS A.


DeLand
Tranifcr William I
' II. i
I
incoln l„
(...IIckc; r 4; W. \. A .

I
A . Parliaments
4. Honor Roll, 4.

MAR I 1 1 A PRICE, B A

Tramfer Br, ..!' el I


A., Prelidcnt, 2; B.
SENIORS

GRAFTON H. I'YNI, B M.
New Turk, Neil York
Co-Ordinator of Stetson Defend Council.

MILDRED RATLIFF, B.A.


Sanford, Florida
A. A., 1 :
Y \Y A . I, 3, 4; Alphj

IEAN L. ROGY, B.M.


West Palm Beach, Florida
Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 4; Little Theatre Orches-
tra, ); Phi Bet... :. J, Treasurer, !, Vice-
4.
President 4; President of Music School. 4; RaJ.o
Guild, 3; Alpha X, Delta, I, 2, I, 4. Secre-
tary, 4; Mum Staff. 4; Air Raid Warden, 4.

WNII I K \\< I S ROSSITER, B.M.


DeLand, Florida
Music School Librarian. I. :, 3, 4; Symphony
Orchestra, I, :, 3, 4; Little Symphon) Orches-

BESSIE LOU IYIY RUMBLE, B.A.


Forsyth, Gi irgia
Transfer Beisie Tift College; I. R. C. 1. 2. 3;
I! s I
,
I
,2, I; \l ,,l, s. ience Club. 1; C«I»*IU
P VI RNON S win RSON, H \ Ouill Statf. :. >. Sigma Omega, I, 2, 3; Delta
DeLaxd, Florida Sigml Mpha. 1. 2. 3; Hatter \n t lub, 4.
Ministerial Association, I, 4; RaJio Guild. Glee l lub, I, :. 3, 4: I rend, Club. I. 2. 3;
Reporter Start, :. i, 4. Studio Havers. J.
STETSON

[ lih II SAXL, 1 I .11

D, Land, florid*
on Studenl Bai A,.... , .,

Ill II V SMI1 I. I i I

s/ Petersburg, Florida
11,,, II,,, Vice President, I; V. A. \ , I;

Stevens Hall; Women'! neil, >i


, .

\ ,,. iv ,,!,,,,. 2, Presi

dcm, li I >. \,i I.J.ior, J.

SMITH, B.A.
\tiurt, Florida
Phi, i. 2, ), 4. President, 4: Ncw-
rhe ) l ,

S, roll and Key, I, 4, Secrei


I n hi I aw ' lub, RAYMOND i SI' \l I DIM,, JR., II. A.
In- Del (, Florida
4 Pan Hellenii ( ..,,,,,,1. I, 4, Secretary, 4;
terfraternit) Counci I; Pi Delta P Sifima Nu, 4; Ncwtun Club, 4; Beta k« , 1, I

'
"-I College!, , , Sigma Epsilon, President, 4.

l-rcthman Adviier, 1, 4; Honoi Roll, I, 2, I,

4; Little Theatre, 5. PAU1 A SPI HI 11. M.


I II i ,

Miami, Florida
Orchestra, i. Phi Beta, 4, .

MARY I K .'.' 1 S SMI III B .1

I
Florida ANN SIMNKS. II A.

Liesburg, Florida
Alpha Xi Delta; W. A. A , 1, 2, 4i Y. «•. A..
I- Rid,,, Guild, i. 4. G ,5, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, .1, 4; Frcihman Adviser, 2, 1, 4;
« \ ,,,1, II,,,,,,. I, 4 A \
,

I Squad, 2, I, 4 l' idio ' horu .


• I | .
|
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Al- |, 4| Beti Key, I, i. Secretary, i. Delta


R. I Inti il Del ,1, I,

M Delta Delta ,4, rreaiurer 4; Pi Delta


Chief I

Mu i,
Pii, 4.
«

SENIORS

LI IZAI1I III \M I III \ STU1 Y, II M.


/.„*,..:,,,/,,. Florida
Alpha Xi Delta, President, ), 4. Treasurer. 2.
J, Music th.urm.in. 2, ), Glee Club. 1. 2. I,
4.
4; Phi Beta, >, 4; R.idio GuilJ. I, 4; Fresh-
man Adviser, >, 4; [nterfraternity Council, ),
i « \ \ .
i, '
Secrel ir) ..t Student Body,
4; The Hon,.., ,1, II Roll, I; Dean I I
....
>. Treasurer of Music School, 4: Radio ' I. ..... I

HARRIET MARLETTE STEFFENS, B.A.


florid*
G-imma Sigma Epsilon, i, 4. Secretary, 4 : Beta
kes. i, 4, Treasurer, .. President, 4; PI,, Alpha

KATHLR1M SMI Hi Tl'RNER. B.M.


VeLni, i: /..

Phi Beta, 2, I, 4, Secretary, 4; Delta Gamma


Phi, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Vice-President >;
Radio Guild Assistant Band Din ,

Dcr Deutsche Verein, 1, Symphon] Orchi .... I,

2, Secretary, 2| Ittle v. hon) Orel 1

Secretary, J; Band, 1, 2, 1, t orporal, -', Ser-


geant, 3; Little Theatre Orchestra, I, :. >. 4
ELMER \> WARE, 11 A.
V Andrew!, Florida DURA K VALDEZ, B.M
I
VsSOCiltion, I. .'. '. 4: lntram.ir.il
Manager, '•, J; Vice-President .'I Studenl Body, Transfer Universit) oi 1 impa Quill I

4; Honor Roll, !, 4. Gamma. I, Delta Pi, 2, 3, 4,


i
Glee Club Orchi
DORIS WARREN, II \. tra J, 4; Hand, 4.
I i/a ,p, Illinois
Transfer MacMurra) Women's College: W. V \. C. AUBREY VIM I NT, IR . I 1 .11.

2, •. 4, Vic< Pn idem President, 4: Blazer / 1

Club, i, 4. Secretary, 1, President 4; Pi Beta s.tmi No. Commander; Press Club, President;
Phi Pledge President, !, Executive Council, 4; Phi Alpha Dell.,; I... .... ,, .oncil. Presi- I

II Roll, 4; Major Hub, 1, i; Riflery Club, dent; Radio Guild. SttttonUn 1'...

Secretary, 2; 1. T. A., 4: Alpha Deksiotna, :. accr; Freshman Adviser; Student Bar Associa-
STETSON
SENIORS

FRANK B. WATSON, |R., B.A.


Miami, Florida
Sigma Nu, Mystic Krewe, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4;
4;
Scroll and Kev, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Phi
Society; Sigma Delta Pi. 3, 4, President, 3;
Then Alpha Phi, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Phi Alpha
Theta, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4, President, 4;
I. R. C, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Delta Pledge, 3, 4;
Student Bar Association, Treasurer, 4; Extra-
curricular Committee, 3; Social Committee,
Chairman, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee. Chair-
man, 4; Library Assistant, 1, 2. 3; Intraniurals,
3, 4; Interfraternity Council, 4.

JOYCE M. WEBBER, B.A.


DcLand, Florida
Beta Key, 3, 4.

EVERETT PARKER WHITMAN. B.S.


Sarasota, Florida
Pi Kappa Phi Pledge, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma; C. P.
T. P.; lntramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 4, State Championship Team, 1; Air Raid
Warden 4.

BETTY LEE ZORNES, B.M.


DeLaml. Florida
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. Council, 3;
Phi Beta, 4; Secretary of School of Music, 1, 2,
3. 4.

Seniors not pictured


ummM.
]
Betty Jane Amidon, Lakeland, Florida .... Business
Liberal Arts
Flonnil M. Anders, Jacksonville, Florida
Liberal Arts
Martha Arnold, Winter Garden, Florida
Music
Helen M. Bennett, Miami, Florida
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Gilbert G. Bentley, Winter Haven, Florida
Barbara A. Black, Jacksonville, Florida ... Liberal Arts
Business
Frances E. Brown, Jacksonville, Florida
Business
Robert H. Brown, Jr., DeLand, Florida
Claire Bumgarner, DeLand, Florida . ... Liberal Arts

Wilber T. Clonts, Oakland, Florida .... Liberal Arts


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Delpheni E. CoVERSTON, Bushnell, Florida . .

Liberal Arts
Ann Davis, Daytona Beach, Florida
Mustt
Mariin Don, Chicago, Illinois
Jean Douglas, DeLand, Florida Liberal Arts
Martha Durrance, Sebring, Florida Music
Nina M. Dyal, Homestead, Florida Liberal Arts
Wilbur H. Eichholz, Daytona Beach, Florida ... Business

Jean L. Elliott, St. Petersburg, Florida Business


David M. Gardner, St. Petersburg, Florida .... Liberal Arts
Walker S. Green, DeFuniak Springs, Florida Liberal Arts
Doris M. Hartman, Daytona Beach, Florida ... Law
A. Jackson Hayward, Dade City, Florida Law
Eugene C. Head, Ft. Meade, Florida Business
Robert Henry, DeLand, Florida Liberal Arts
Ruth Hillman, Orlando, Florida Business
Eleanor Holderman, DeLand, Florida Liberal Arts

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N. LeJeune Hughes, Orange Heights, Florida


4i«A Music
Sara Lou Johnson, Maryville, Tennessee Liberal Arts

Dale W. Jones, DeLand, Florida Liberal Arts

Kaki F. Ki smodel, Jr., Birmingham, Alabama . .


Liberal Arts

Kathleen McGehee, Jacksonville, Florida Liberal Arts

Mary Cree McLaughlin, DeLand, Florida ... Liberal Arts

Dorothy McLean, Dowling Park, Florida ... Liberal Arts

Ralph Matousi k, Chicago, Illinois Liberal Arts

Ruth Lois Maxwell, DeLand, Florida Liberal Arts

Dm i MELCHING, Miami, Florida .... Business

Iuvi n Maurici Miller, DeLand, Florida Line

T. R. Minis, Tampa, Florida Liberal Arts

Anita Moore, Temuco, Chile • Liberal /tr/>

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Robert Bruce Muirhead, Sanford, Florida Liberal Arts
Annette Wolcott Murphy, Daytona Beach, Florida Liberal Arts
Rebecca Murphy, Buchanan, Georgia Liberal Arts
Chris Napoli, Tampa, Florida Liberal Arts
Mary Pardee, Avon Park, Florida Liberal Arts
Betty Parfitt, Jacksonville, Florida Business
Rosamond Pope, Lacoochee, Florida Liberal Arts
Betty Powers, Tawson, Maryland Liberal Arts
Walter Purtz, Sarasota, Florida Liberal Arts
Margaret P. Reaves, Miami, Florida Music
Jane P. Reese, Jacksonville, Florida Liberal Arts
Bettie Sue Reid, Atlantic Beach, Florida Liberal Arts
Arthur Roy Roebuck, West Palm Beach, Florida Liberal Arts
_ j r-i -j„ , Liberal Ar/s
rnon Sanderson, DeLand, Honda r>. . .

\ i

Liberal Arts
foHN Richard Smith, DeLand, Florida
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Harry Snyder, Cottekill, New York fTT
Mwwiii Stamper, Middletown, Ohio
Evelyn Stowe,
~I.imp.i, E1
Honda
• i .... Liberal Arts
f

Tames Bennett Stone, Bloutustown, Florida


_
IIiiin Iinmiii, I .unp.i, Honda
_.,,., Music

Wagner, North Bergen, N.


... ',',,,
_

Ki
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WHITE, Dade
, -,. tm
Honda -j
J
.... Liberal Arts

Dorothy Widdersheim,
City,
hi-
Miami,

ci
Honda
i
• .... Liberal Arts

\1ii\i\ Wiimns, ,w l
Watcrbury,
/"
Conn .... Liberal Arts

[van Vim kiii, Daytona Beach, Florida . .


• '
'

(). Cordon WILLIAMSON, Baltimore, Maryland

CAMERA SHY
s Herr Coffey James Byrd Owens
Erna V. Freeberg Helen Rogers
lii i rv Jane Sciiellig

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STETSON
BETTE ADKINS, Liberal Arts Pony, Montana

VIRGINIA AGETT, Liberal Arts Kingsport, Term.

CLIVE FREDERICK ALLAND, Liberal Arts Jacksonville, Fl.i.

MARY ELLEN ANDERSON, Liberal Arts . . Plant City, Fla.

HARRY DOUTHIT ATKINSON, Liberal Arts . Hollywood, Fla.

FLORAMAYE BASS, Business Kissimmee, Fla.

WALTER ERIC BEHNKE, Music Tampa, Fla.

EDITH ANNETTE BOLTON, Liberal Arts . . Jacksonville, Fla.

CARLYN VIRGINIA BUCK, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla.

BARBARA BURGMAN, Business Daytona Beach, Fla.

BETTY CANNON, Liberal Arts Frostproof, Fla.

SARA CARVER, Liberal Arts Gainesville, Fla.

MARIETTA LOUISE CHILLI, Liberal Arts . Jacksonville, Fla.

HELEN ELIZBETH CLFMONS, Liberal Arts . . Tampa, Fla.

EDWARD C. DANIELS, JR., Liberal Arts .... Sanford, Fla.

EVERETT STEWART DIX, Liberal Arts .... Alexandria, V.i.

JUDITH ELEANOR DOBBINS, Liberal Arts . . Jacksonville, Fla.

RUTH DURRANCE, Music Scbring, Fla.

LELAND REDFORD FARM SI, |l(., Liberal Arts Tampa, Fla.

ISABI I I I EDDINS, limit Bushncll, Fla.

MARGIE LENORE ESTHUS, Business Sarasota, Fla.


SOPHOMORES
W. MAURICE FAIN, Liberal Arts Thoraasville, Ga.

SARA ANNE FOREHAND, Liberal Arts Floral.,, Ala.

FRANCES ELAINE FRETWELL, Business. .Jacksonville, Fla.

ALVIN ELMO FULLER, JR., Liberal Art Miami, Fla.

GEORGE WALTER GOODMAN, Liberal Arts . . Roscllc, N. J.

FLORENCE MABEL GROSS, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla.

BENJAMIN EDWARD HADDOX, Liberal Arts Orlando, Fla.

HELEN CYNTHIA HARPER, Liberal Arts .... DcLand, Fla.

OLIVIA BROOKS HUDGINS, Business .... Bradenton, Fla.

EDITH JEANETTE JOHNSON, Liberal Arts Oakland Park, Fla.

CAROLYN C. JONES, Business Palatka, Fla.

SYLVIA ELIZABETH JONES, Liberal Arts Belle Glade, Fla.

ADELA KAZMIERCZAK, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

MARJORIE KERSEY, Business Largo, Fla.

ANDREW SMITH KNOX, Liberal Arts . . Bryn Mawr, Penn.

NANCY ANN LANE, Liberal Art DeLand, Fla.

BERNICE MARTHA 111, Liberal Arts Live Oak, Fla.

TERRELLA PAYNE II XI I IAN. Liberal Arts Washington, D. C

HARRIET E. LINDNER, Liberal Arts . . . Washington, D. C.

JEANETTE EUNICE McARTHUR, Liberal A,/s . Tampa, Fla.

LILLIAN FRANCES McCLEMENT, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.


STETSON
RICHARD W. MANSUR, Liberal Arts -St. Petersburg, Fla.

ELLEN LEE MARCUM, Business DeLand, Fla.

HELEN DAVIS MARTIN, Liberal Arts Birmingham, Ala.

MARTHA NIMMONS MILLER, Business- -Jacksonville, Fla.

LETA MIRIAM MITCHELL, Liberal Arts Fort Meade, Fla.

PHYLLIS ANN! MITCHELL, Liberal Arts Daytona Beach, Fla.

1 DWARD LAVFRNE MIXON, Liberal Arts Live Oak, Fla.

SHIRLEY ANNA MOORE, Liberal Arts • • Bedminister, N. J.

ALTON RAY MYERS, Business Eustis, Fla.

JAMES NELSON, Liberal Arts Miami, Fla.

RUSSELL HOLMES NAHM, Liberal Ails DeLand, Fla.

ELIZABETH JEANNE NEELY, Business Sarasota, Fla.

HELEN MAINE OLIVER, Business Baldwin, Fla.

HOKIS O'NEAL, Liberal Arts Tampa, Fla.

|l ANNE L. OSTRANDER, Liberal Arts Winter Haven, Fla.

HAROLD KENNETH PARSON, Liberal Arts. • -Miami, Fla.

ELIZABETH VIRGINIA PIPPIN, Mnuc Sanford, Fla.

MARY PIT I MAN, Business Madison, Fla.

BARBARA MY PRICE, Business Miami, I la.

KENNETH LOUIS PURTZ, Liberal Arts Sarasoia, Fla.

MARY (Mill KIM R.AMS1 Y, Busini -si < >rol (,ablcs, Fla.
SOPHOMORES
JAMIE LOUISE RICHARDS, liberal Arts .... DeLand, I la.

BARBARA LEE ROTUREAU, Liberal Arts- . -Tampa, Fla.

ORVA JEANNE SHAW, Music Sebastian, Fla.

JUNE DOLORES SHONE, Liberal Arti Green Cove- Springs, Fla.

I
Wll S THOMAS SMITH, JR., Liberal Arts • St. Petersburg, Ela.

JOHN KING SNELLINGS, Business Orlando, Fla.

CHARLES A. SUTTON. JR., Liberal Arts .... Knights, Fla.

JEAN LOUISE TRIGG, Liberal Arts Tampa, Fla.

NATALIE. LUCILLE TRUE, Liberal Arts Lake Mary, Fla.

LUKA MILDRED TYNER, Liberal Arts .... Lakeland, Fla.

I MMY KENT VAN HEUSEN, Liberal Arts • St. Petersburg, Fla.

EVELYN LOUISE VAN SCOY, Liberal Arts .... Tulsa, Okla.

MARTHA W. WHITE, Mnsic Perry, Fla.

( II MINT PAUL WILCOX, Liberal Arts Atlantic Beach, Fla.

CHARLES AQUILLA WILLIAMS, Liberal Arts- .Alachua, Fla.

COMFR W. WOODALL, Liberal Arts Newton, Ala.

Camera Shy
JOSEPH ELLIOTT ADNFY. JR. WILLIAM CATHEL1 M NNEDY fOY( I R.O! WD
ELDA APEL ETTIF KOON Mil TON 111 \KV SMI III
GORDON EARL CARLSON DAVIS LONG RUTH CHEWING SMITH
SHIRLEY CLARK \\ [( I MARTIN I.WI1 S RHODES SPELL
EVELYN DALE R.OB] RT PARKS Ml KM \\ URNAG1
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GLORIA FREEMAN VGNES PAULK I \\ll s BROOKS W ALKER


DANIEL GILLESPIE MARY HOW \R1) WARM R
GRADUATE STUDENTS

ELSIE A. HOOKER Flushing, N. Y. ELAINE PHILLIPS Richmond Hill, N. Y.


JOSEPH PADULA New York, N. Y. WILLIAM STRICKLAND Bowling Green, Fla.

SPECIAL STUDENTS
GEORGE L. BROWN DeLeon Springs, Fla. NANCY NASH • Ft. Myers, Fla.

EVELYN R. DODD Lake Wales, Fla. STELLA RUTLEDGE . . . DeLand, Fla.

NINA DOGGART Lake Helen, Fla. LETITIA REYNOLDS . . • DeLand, Fla.

CLEO JOHNSON Brunswick, Ga. YOLANDE HARGREAVES • - DeLand, Fla.

HOWARD THOMPSON • . Palmetto, Fla.


RACHEL E. ALLISON. Business DeFuniak Springs, Fl.i. CHARLOTTE C. BROW X, Business Washington, D. C.

BARBARA D. ARMON, Business . . Philadelphia, Penn. FRANK W. BROWN, JR., Liberal Arts Orange Park, Fla.

FRANK S. BAMBERG, III. Music Jasper, Fla. GRACE K. BROWN, Liberal Arts Winter Garden. Fla.

BARBARA E. BASSET, Music . • St. Petersburg, Fla. BARBARA B. BURGESS, Business Fernandina, Fla.

I I Ml C. BEATTY, Business . . •
Jacksonville, Fla. AUDREY C. CAINE, Business DeLand. Fla.

BETTY 1. BELL, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla SAM R. CALDWELL, Uberal Arts ... St. Petersburg, Fla.

MARGARET G. BLAYOES, Busine .... Orlando, Fla. CHARLINE E. CARSON, Uberal Arts .... W'illiston, Fla.

NED A. BODDY, Liberal Arts. .... DeLand, Fla. JAMES R. CASEY, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

\l .1 I \ i). BOGUE, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla. CAROLYN CHAPPELL. Liberal Arts .... Arlington, Va.

J. CLEAVER BRADLEY, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fl JEFFERSON W'. CLARK, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

CAROL M. BREYFOGLE, B».iwn DeLand. Fl JULIAN G. CLARK, Liberal Ar/s DeLand, Fla.

RUTH M. BROOKS, Liberal Arts Orlando, Fl M. LUCILLE CLARK, Liberal Ar/s DeLand. Fla.
NINA C. CLARKE, Mush Miami, Fla. ORIEN D. FARRELL, Music Sanford, Fla.

E. MAURICE COKF.R, Liberal Arts Pl.nu City, Fla. JUNE C. FENN, Business Mount Dora, Fla.

ALYCE W. COWART, Business Cowan, V.i. NANCY C. FESSENDEN, Liberal Arts Tampa, Fla.

DAVID L. CRANEORD, Liberal Arts Winter Garden, Fla. TOMMY L. FOWLER, Music Perry, Fla.

RUTH D, CURNICK, Liberal Arts Holly Hill, Fla E. LOUISE FUGATE, Business Williston, Fla.

GEORGE H. DAVIS, Liberal Arts .... New < anaan, < onn. PATRICIA G. FUGLE, Liberal Arts Miami Beach, Fla.

ROBERT R. DICKERT, Liberal Arts- . Daytona Beach, Fla. EDITH M. GARDNER, Liberal Arts- -St. Petersburg, Fla.

HOKE S. DOWDY, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla. V. ANN GILBERT. Liberal Arts Jacksonville, Fla.

R. PETER EASLAND, JR., Business. Pittsfield, Mass. HARRISON D. GRIFFIN. Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla.

ELINOR I. I IH IX. Music Miami, II... JULIA C. GRIFFIN, Liberal Arts Quincy, Fla.

MARJORIE R. ELLIOTT, Mxsic • • • -Winter Haven, Fla. MRS. RUBY G. HADDOX Orlando, Fla.

CAROL V. EMERSON, Business Sebring, Fla. lit III I. HALSTEAD, Music Lake City, Fla.
MARCIA HAMMER, Bushiest Ft. Pierce, Fla. JACK C. INMAN, Business DeLand, Fla.

YOLANDE H. HARGREAVES, Business .... DeLand, Fla. L. JOY JACKSON, Liberal Arts Orange City, Fla.

RACHEL F. HARLESS, Business DeLand. Fla J. GERALDINE JARVIS, Music Palm Beach, Fla.

M. LOUISE HAVENS, Business Miami Beach, Fla, MILDRED L JAUDON, Business Tampa, Fla.

GARLAND HAYES, JR., Business Ft. Pierce, Fla MARGARET E. JOHNSTON, Business .... Dalton, Ala.

AMY J.
HEARN, Business DeLand, Fla MARGARET A. JUSTICE, Business • -Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

ADEL D. HEIDEN, Liberal Arts Coral Gables, Fla MARY |. KIRCHOF, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

BETTY J. HINMAN, Business South Miami, Fla JEWEL E. KIRKPATRICK, Liberal Arts . . Palm Beach, Fla.

ANN HIRTH, Liberal Arts Miami Beach, Fla EDWARD A. KOESTER, Business Jacksonville, Fla.

DOROTHY J. HOWELL, Business Palm Beach, Fla BETSY B. KRAMER, Business Mt. Dora, Fla.

ROBERT C. HOWES, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla HOWARD E. KURTZ, Liberal Arts Ft. Myers, Fla.

G. VIVIAN HUMPHREY, Music .... Daytona Beach, Fla MARY W. LASATER, Music St. Augustine, Fla.

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BERNICF. LEE, Liberal Art Live Oak, Fla. WILLIAM G. MILES, Liberal A: Is .... Jacksonville, Fla.

DOTSY M. l.IPSCOMBE, Business DeLand, Fla. CHARLES H. MILEY, Liberal Arts Ft. Pierce, Fla.

ROBERT B. LIPSCOMBE, JR., Liberal Arts . DeLand, I la. BRADFORD MILLER, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

ISOBEL W. LOWMAN, Liberal Arts Tampa, Fla. EDITH L. MILLER, Liberal Arts ... St. Petersburg, Fla.

BARBARA A. LUPFER, Liberal Arts .... Kissimmee, Fla. ROY W. MILLER, Liberal Arts DeLand, Fla.

SHIRLEY LYTLE, Business Weirsdale, 1 [a. HAROLD F. MITCHELL, Liberal Arts Miami, Fla.

RUTH E. McDANIEL, Music Ft. Myers, Fla. KELLY MOORE, Business Palmetto, Fla.

JAMES D. McEACHERN. Liberal Arts Brundidge, Ala. L. RABEL MOREMAN, Music DeLand, Fla.

BARBARA A. McGlNNIS, Business Miami, Fla. VERNICE E. NICHOLS, Business .... Panama City, Fla.

MARGARET R. McLEAN, Business Palmetto, Fla. JEAN NOBLE, Business New Britain, Conn.

FRAN SUE MACDONAED. Liberal Arts ... Sebring, Fla. J.


WALTER NORDMAN, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla.

HENRY G. MILES, Liberal Arts Jacksonville, Fla. BARBARA OTTO, Liberal Arts Arlington, Va.
THELMA PEARCE, Liberal Arts Ft. Myers, Fla JOHANNA M. SHEW", Liberal Arts .... Jacksonville,

T. JEAN PINKL1 Y. Liberal Arts New Smyrna, Fla K.ATHRYN H. SHIRLEY, Music Ocala,

GLADYS I. PIPPIN. Business • - Sanford, Fla DONNA C. SHULTZ, Business .... V. Palm Beach,

BETTYE A. POPE, Business Brunswick, Ga. BARBARA SHUMAN, Business DeLand,

MARGARET H. REES, Business Tavares, Fla. DOROTHY O. SMITH, Business DeLand,

ALFRED S. REID, Liberal Art Lake Worth, Fla. MARY L. SMITH, Business DeLand,

GERRY R. REIFSCHNEIDER, Music Jacksonville, Fla. P. JAMESINE SMITH, Liberal Arts . . High Springs,

DOROTHY L. RICHARDSON, Liberal Arts Pompano, Fla. VIOLET L. SMITH. Business Jacksonville,

TRUDE SAXL, Business DeLand, Fla. WILLIAM C. SMITH, Liberal Arts . . . Clarksburg, W.

GLADYS M. SCHULTE, Business .... Daytona Beach, Fla. H. JANETTE SPAINHOUR, Libenil Arts . Fernandina,

DOROTHY R. SEABLOM, Business .... Jacksonville, Fla. CARL H. STAFFORD, Liberal Arts Orange City,

V. GENE SHEROVI R. Liberal Arts .... New York, N. Y. DONALD B. STEWAKT, Liberal Arts Daytona Beach,
VIVIAN SULT, Music Palmetto, Fla GENEVA L. TRAYI.OR, Business Ft. Myers, Fla.

D. LUCILLE SUMERFORD, Bus • DeLand, Fla. EVELYN M. TURRENTINF, Business .... Mt. Dora, Fla.

SHIRLEY M. SUTTON, Business Auburndale, Fla. EMILY L. WEST, Liberal Arts Miami Beach, Fla.

KAREEN F. TAYLOR, Liberal Arts Jacksonville, Fla. ROSTON M. WILLIAMSON. Liberal Aits DeLand, Fla.

F. All.VN THOMPSON, Liberal Arts .... DcLand, Fla. HAZELLE L. WILSON, Liberal A, Is . . . Port Orange, Fia.

RICHARD L. TOWLE, Liberal Arts .... Walpole, Mass. ALBERT ZOCCOLA, Liberal Arts Havana, Cuba

JOHN P. GRAVES, Liberal Arts .... DeLand, Fla.

Camera Shy
EZELLA ARNOLD ROBERT G. MAY

MARY E. GENTRY JAMES G. PETERMANN

ONA E. WARNER MIKE SOUS, JR.

HARRY E. WHITSETT

WE ARE THINKING OF YOU


The Hatter this year is dedicated to you, the men and women of Stetson who are

serving in the armed forces of the United States of America. Proudly we salute you,
Stetsonians —graduate and undergraduate, who have gone from us in order to take up
arms in defense of our country. We want you to know this: We are thinking

of you.

If you think you are forgotten, you are wrong. We have no opportunity to forget.
You are with us each time we see a uniform. You are just above us all day long, as

Navy trainers circle overhead from dawn to dusk. You are close by as long Army
convoys roar up and down the Boulevard. We cannot escape our thoughts of you
we do not want to escape them.

What are we doing in your absence, then? Wc are doing as usual. We go to


classes; we attend the fraternity and sorority dances; we read Wednesday's Reporter;

we celebrate Sadie Hawkins' Day; we sing in Chapel the songs you used to sing with
us —we sing a few new ones, though, for you: Anchors Aweigh, The Caissons Go
Rolling Along, the Marine Hymn. Wo do all these things because they are the things

to do, because they are the things you want us to do. We do all these things because

we are thinking of you.

Some of us shall join you soon. We are waiting for that as much as we are

waiting for anything. There will be fewer of us to remember more of you. But
the few will remember. Be sure of that.

Our debt to you grows greater each day. If you do not think of your services

as a debt, we do. For you are fighting, not to kill and destroy, but to preserve the
very thing for which Stetson stands. This is not the first time men and women

(Con/in ned on Page 110)


Especially this yc.ir when strict emphasis
isplaced on health and physical fitness . . .

we the students of Stetson express our ap-


preciation for your tireless efforts.
BASKETBALL
The "War Hatters"

Ken Purtz

Walt Purtz

Carl Purtz

Don Stewart

Dale Melching

Red Whitman
WALTER PURTZ
Manager
Al Ried

Slugger Black

Bill Smith
Dale Jones Walt Purtz TENNIS
Dale Melching Bob Brown
Ken Purtz Carl Purtz
MEN'S
.Managers

Paddle Ball

Football
IXTRAMURALS

Basketball

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WOMEN'S
Intramural

Managers

Ping-Pong

Pi Beta Phi

Badminton
Pi Beta Phi

Box Hockey
Zeta Tan Alpha
INTRAMURALS
Tennis

Zeta Tau Alpha

Field Hockey
Alpha Xi Delta
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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES
and

COLLEGES

Flonnie Anders Mary Mock


Claire Brandii s Carl Purtz
Garland Branch Margaret Reaves
David Lehman Jane Reese
John Li \\ is Betty Smith
Billy Mathis Maxwell Stamper
Helen McCormick William Strickland
Marian Merrill Aubrey Vincent

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CARL PURTZ FRANK WATSON WINSTON McQUIDDY

GARLAND BRANCH WILLIAM STRICKLAND


DAVID LEHMAN JACKSON HAYWARD
ROBERT BARNES LeROY BARKSTROM

MYSTIC KREWE
SMITH
THE ORDER OF THE
SCROLL AND KEY
Honorary Scholarship and Leadership
Society
Founded in March, 1940

Colors: Purple and Gold

Flower: Purple Iris

OFFICERS

Garland Branch .... President

Frank Watson . . . Vice-President

Bitty Smith Secretary

John Lewis Treasurer

The purpose of the Order of the Scroll and


Key is to recognize and further scholar-
ship and leadership on the campus of J. B.
Stetson University. Its members are chosen
from the upper tenth division of the junior BRANCH
and senior classes. LEWIS

OFFICERS

Doris Warren President

Dorothy Estabrook . . Vice-President

Ki mi White Secretary

Pauline: Bennett .... Treasurer

MEMBERS

Claire Branimi s

Delpheni < o\ I KSI ON


Ruth Winn
Pal; i ini Iii nni i i

Dorothy Estabrook
Constance Bennett
Jl AN I )()!'(, I AS

Doroteiy Jennings
Doris Wakiu n

THE STETSON BLAZER CLUB


The Stetson Blazer Club was founded on May 24, 1939, in the Cummings Gymnasium
by seven girls who had won their letter "S" for leadership in the athletic field. Mem-
bership the Stetson Blazer Club is based oil leadership, scholarship, and athletic
to
ability. Students may earn their blazer only after they have completed at least two
years of college work.
I***
WOMEN'S STUDENT
GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

McCLURE OLIVER

HILLMAN SMILEY
COVERSTON WIDDERSHEIM

OFFICERS

Claire Brandies President


Jane Reese Vice-President
Louise McClure Secretary
Ruth Hillman Treasurer
Delphene Coverston Representative-at-large
Helen Oliver Sophomore Representative
Bi i iv Smiley Stevens Hall Representative
Dorothy Widdersheim Sergeant-at-Arms
THE HATTER
If you see pictures you've seen before, or you're looking like you've
never looked before I respectfully refer you to one Adolph Hitler or
his assistant culprits Benito Mussolini and Emperor Hirohito
Hopefully yours,
Thf Editor.

Delphi m Cc LeRoy Barkstrom


Editor- Business Manager

HELEN ANDERSON
RALPH MATOUSEK
COMER WOODALL
IRMA FRENCH
HARRIET STEFFENS

fran s. Mcdonald
HARRY SNYDER
BETTY LOU BELL
DORIS O'NEAL
ELSIE MERRITT

MARY ANN BROWN


SHIRLEY KAGEY
DAVID LEHMAN
PAULINE BENNETT
ALYCE COWART

ELIZABETH PIPPIN
JANE REESE
CLAIRE BUMGARNER
EDNA OYER
MARION MERRILL

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Tfo Stetson Reporter
Eighth Year— No. 8

AmfTU-»n« who 'lief in Wofld


War 1; still

and, bcrause of their ktCWKi

Lillian M* Clement
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PI KAPPA DELTA
National Honorary Forensic Fraternity

Florida Beta Chapter

Established in 193

OFFICERS

John Lewis President


Doris Hartman Vice-President
Irma French .... Secretary ami Treasurer
I.i Roy Barkstrom Historian

FACULTY
Irving C. Stover

ACTIVITIES

On February 13, Pi Kappa Delta sponsored the Sixth Annual State Practice Forensic
Tournament, at which the University of Florida, Florida Southern, St. Petersburg
Junior College, Rollins, the University of Miami, and Florida State College for Women
were present.
The season was clos.'d with the traditional intramural debate tournament.
FORENSIC SEASON

The State practice Meet was held here for


the sixth time. Six of Florida's outstand-
ing schools participated in the tournament.
Burdine represented Stetson in extem-
poraneous taking first place.

Griffin took part in the non-competitive


after dinner speaking.

Lewis, Barkstrom, Mansur, Overton,


Hartman, Lupfer, Smith, and Reese were
representatives in debate.

The Speaker's Bureau which was estab-


lished last year was discontinued because
of the war and traveling dirficulties.
i l

RADIO GUILD

Flonnif Anders Presidi nt

Jack Hayward Vice-President


Irma French Secretary
Max Stamper Treasurer
Gordon Williamson Publicity Manager
Jack Causier Program Manager
Ruth Hiiiman Historian

Elizabeth s i \ < i y Betty Lou Bi i Kareen Ta-i I OK Carole Chappel


Hi i i y Powers Pauline: Bennj i i Orien Farrell Jerry Jarvis
M \K1 I RAN< is S\n I I I I'l r Easi and
I I Sis Martin Shirley Lytle
Natald. Tki i Nina Dyal I'a i i \ I'UGLE Si iiki ly Moore
\'l rnon Sandi rson Barisara Burcman Bn i. Kennedy Ann Davis
I >ORIS Mil I IGAN | i \n Trigg Barbara Black Kai i-ii Ma rOUSJ K
Sam Caldwt i i Y< >i ii I [ARGR] AVI s Ann Spinks Melvin Burger
Garland Br \\< i Virginia Ei mendorf Doris Hartman Auuri y Vincent
|l W I'lNKI I V Mary I'ardee Ha kiiar a Otto Marion Merrill
Billy Mitch eli 1 )n I I II I [OWELL Joy Jac ksun Sara Carver
I [ar\ i v Gardni k Donna Si hi /
i Ann Ilium A Yl COW'AR t
I I

Bob 15k < i * \ Barbara Armon Ta< mi Fisi ii k Ann (hi in r i

;;i
OFFICERS ^^k
Aubrey Vincent Preside 11/

Ivan Yenetchi Secretary


Ivan Yantchi Secretary
Frank Watson Treasurer

MEMBERS

Jackson Hayward Bitty Smith


ft ~
Frank Watson Marion Merrill
Roy Summerlin Doris Hartman
Bennett Stone Delphene Coverston
Gordon Ben i i
i 1 Maurice Miller

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BETTY JANE AMIDON PAMELA LIPSCOMB RUTH HILLMAN
FRANCES BROWN BARBARA BURGMAN WILBUR CLONTS CAROLYN JONES
BARBARA PRICE JAMES OVERTON JOHN SNELLINGS

STETSON COMMERCE CLUB


Founded in May, 1937
Colors: Black and Red
The purpose of the Commerce Club is to promote scholarship, to facilitate contact
with the commercial world, and to stimulate discussion and constructive thinking in

the field of commerce and business.

Erna FrEEBURG President

Beth |am Amidon Vice-President


I'wn i a Lipscomb Secretary
Ri in Him man Treasurer

ACTIVE MEMBERS
Mi i Amidon Wilbur Clonts
n |\\i Caroiyn Jonis James Overton
Frances Brown Erna Freeberg Pamela Lipscomb John Snellings
Barbara Burgman Ruth Him man Barbara Prici

alumni members
1 1 A N I IN NI.Y

FACULTY MEMBERS
Miss \1. s. MtCuRDii Mrs. M. B. Fisher Dr. C. A. Leonard Dr. J. R. McVicker
MORRISON JOHNSON RATLIFF BRYAN PEIFER BUMGARNER CARLTON
AMIDON BROWN CHAMBERUN DYAL FRENCH GARDNER
HOWES HISEY JONES KAGEY KNOX LONGINO
McCLURE MERR1TT OYER POPE TYNER WARREN

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA


B. F. Ezell Chapter of Future Teachers of America

OFFICERS

Lula Mae Morrison President


Sara Lou Johnson Vice-President
Mildred Ratliff Secretary
Helen Ray Bryan Treasurer
Patricia Peifer Parliamentarian
Claire Bumgarner Librarian
Mary Carlton Custodian

MEMBERS

Betty Jane Amidon Carolyn Howes Louise McClure


Mary Ann Brown Marie Hisey Elsie Merritt
Virginia Chamberlain Sylvia Jones Edna Oyer
Lina Dyal Shirley Kagey Rosamond Popj
Irma French Edith Knox Lura Tyner
Norma Gardner Jesse Beth Longino Doris Warren
THE HATTER'S
ART CLUR
OFFICERS

Carolyn Buck . . . President


Natalie True . Vice-President
Dot Widdersheim . . Secy. -Treasurer
Nina Dyal . Social Chairman
Jean Pinkley Reporter

MEMBERS
Alyce Cowart Dorothy Jennings
N a iai True ii Cree McLaughlin
Emily Lou West Dot Widdershij m
Katherine Turner Ruth Brooks
Johanna Shew Jean Pinkley
June Fenn Helen Bryan
Cakoi yn Buck Nina Dyal
Am i I Iltden IsAIII I I I I OWMAN
Sally Johnson Dorothy Gibbins
El I2ABETH STACEY Ruth Curnick

The purpose of the Hatter's Art Club


is to promote the interest of art on the
campus and to create a sincere love of

beauty, an appreciation of art, and a

spirit of friendship a n d cooperation

among its members.


Q!i&Q2&a

Gladys Pippin; Dorothy Howard


Anita Moore Doris O'Neal
Sally Johnson
Dot Richardson YOUNG WOMEN'S Julia Grii fin
Tommy Lee Fowler
Caroi yn Jones
Jane Knight
Catherine Shirt
Margaret Johnston
i v ASSOCIATION Vivian Sult
Hi rsY Kramer
Betty Ann Cannon Lura TYNER
Jean Pinkley OFFICERS June Shone
Claire Brandeis Mar.iorii Kl RSI 1

Jeane Ostrander Helen Bennett President Barbara McGinnis


Vernice Nichols Mary Ellen Anderson
Irma French Vice-President
\ Martin
Barbara Lupfek [ li i i

Jane Reese Judith Dobbins . . . Secretary ami Treasurer Barbara I'm. i

Nancy Fessenden Donna Shui rz


Leta Mitchell Program Chairman
Fesn
Margaret Reaves
Ruth McDaniel
Elinor Edlin
Dot Widdersheim .... Social Chan man I
[uni

|i
i izabeth Pippin
smi Beth Longino
Elizabeth Pippin Music Chairman
Mildred Jaudon Dot Widdershi im
L.ula Mae Morrison JessieBeth Longino Stewardship Slum v K VGI i i

Norma Gardner Knew mi Sin


Shirley Kagly
i I I

Personal Service
Barbara Albritton I I \.'i i l l Wll SON
Martha Arnold H im i ii Dobbins
Mar ha White
i 1 li i i \ Ben neti
Nina Dyal I km \ French
Barbara Bassett Letji Mitchell
LEWIS ANDERSON PURTZ DOBBINS
REESE BURDINE PARSON REAVES
MORRISON WARE AVENT KNIGHT
COOPER BRANCH HOWARD BENNETT

B. S. U. COUNCIL
John Lewis President
Jane Reese First Vice-President
Lula Mai, Morrison Second Vice-President
Ed Cooper )

Mary Ellen Anderson '..'.] Tl " ul Vice-President


J. T. Burijink Secretary
Bi d W'aki Treasurer
Garland Branch . . Sunday School Representative
( aki Purtz Associate
Harold Parson li.T.U. Representative
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Helen Benneti Y. W. A.
'Let us go forward under iBie influence of Spain*"

MEMBERS OFFICERS

Dora Valdez Dora Valdez . President


Ruth White Anita Moorl Vi( e-President

Anita Moore DavidLehman Treasurer


David Lehman Ruth Whiii . Secretary
Irma French Dr. Arjona . Vacuity Adviser
Max Stamper
Dorothy Gibbons
Frank Watson
FACULTY MEMBERS
Chris Napoli
Jean Trigg Dr. Thornton
Olive Lord Dr. Arjona
Natalie True Professor Winters
Doris Milligan Jean Finney
Mary Mock
Carolyn Buck

SIGMA DELTA PI
National Spanish Fraternity

Founded in 1937
Colors: Red and Gold I lower: Red Carnation
REAVES ROGY HILLMAN TURNER
LORD TENNILLE MARCUM ALBRITTON ARKLEY
DURRANCE MILLIGAN DURRANCE BENNETT RAMSEY
HUDGINS SPECHT ZORNES WAGNER STACEY

PHI BETA
National Professional Fraternity of Music

Founded at Northwestern University, 1912


Eta Chapter Established in December, 1921

Colors: Violet and Gold Flower: Rose

OFFICERS

Margar] i Reaves President


|ian Rogy Vice-President
Ri in lln i man Corresponding Secretary
Katherini Turner Recording Secretary
oiivi Lord Treasure!
Helen Tennille Doorkeeper
Ellen Marcum Historian

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PI DELTA PSI
One of the newly organized honorary clubs on campus for the pur-

pose of promoting interest in contemporary literature.

Sponsor:
OFFICERS
LeRoy Barkstrom .... Jus/ice
Aubrey Vincent . . . Vice Justice
Maurice Miller . Clerk and Treasurer
Ivan Yenetchi Marshal

PLEDGES
Jack Hayward Roy Summerlin
Joe Ben Stone Frank Watson

PHI ALPHA DELTA

PI
anatati i&toxu
\i

DAVID M. LEHMAN
CAROLYN HOWES
HARRIET STEFFENS
RALPH MATOUSEK
RUTH FRENCH
JOHN LEWIS
r^TS
FRANK WATSON
ERNEST MACHEN
REX WIESENFELD

PHI ALPHA THETA


OFFICERS

David M.Lehman President


Carolyn Howes Vice-President
Harriet Steffens Secretary and Treasurer
Ralph Matousek Historian

Alpha Zeta Chapter

Established May, 1942


Colors: Madonna Blue and Red Flower: Red Rose
Motto: Vox Populi, Vox Dei
Purposi: To encourage the study of history.
GARTNER COOPER
MIMS MIXON AVENT NAPOLI RUTLEDGE
WARE STRICKLAND FAIN SANDERSON REID

THOMPSON MITCHELL WOODALL BROWN HADDOX

MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 1942-43

J. T. Bukdine, Jr. Bud Ware


Ed Cooper Danu-.i. Mi vi 101 i i r

Mauru i Fain Cecil Crissey


David M. Gardner George Avent
Pat I In i Vernon Sanderson
John Lewis A K 1 Reid
1 I I)

T. R. Mims Howard Thompson


I.AW'RI N( MlXON I I [aroi i) Mitchell
Chris Napoli < OM1 R Woodai I.

Aaron R i i i i ik.i George L. Brown


l')ii I Si kii m AND Hi N I [aDDOX
THE STETSON UNIVERSITY
DEFENSE COUNCIL

Established May, 1941

President W. S. Allen Professor Harold M. Giffin Crafton H. Pyne


Commander Vice-Commander Co-Ordinator

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Dr. Harry Carwood Chairman, Committee on Curricula and Assembly


Professor Curtis M. Lowery Chairman, Committee on Emergency Safety Precaution
Mr. Warren C. Cowell Chairman, Committee on Physical Fitness
John Lewis Chairman, Committee on Extra-Curricula Activity

STAFF

Mr. Carl H. Johnson Chief Air-Raid Warden


Mr. Elmer Barnett Chief Protection Officer
Garland Hayes Chief of Fire-Control Squad
Miss Edgelle Henry Chief at Emergency Casualty Post
Donald Black Chief of Men's Stretcher Squads
Anne Spinks Chief of Women's Stretcher Squads
Margaret Reaves Chief of Communications
Mary Frances Smith Chief of Messenger Squad

FACULTY MEMBERS
Mr. Robert Allen
I. Miss Esther Hick Mrs. Mary McLaughlin
Mr. Robert Barnett Miss Curtis Horn Dr. James MacVicker
Dr. John F. Conn Dr. R. F. Howls Miss Barbara Rowe
Miss Evelyn Dodd Mrs. Sara S. Jernican Miss Charlotte Smith
Dr. William E. Duckwitz Dr. W. Hugh McEniry Dr. Irving Stover
Miss Etter Turner

STUDENT MEMBERS
William Alden June Fenn Doris Milligan Donna Schultz
Robert Allen Ruth French T. R. MlMS Jean Shaw
Betty Jane Amidon Helen Harper Laverne Nixon Betty Smith
Frances Arkley JackHayward Shirley Moore William Smith
Robert Barnes EmilyVan Houson Max Mosler John Snellings
Constance Bennett Eleanor Holueman Chris Napoli Elizabeth Stacey
Pauline Bennett Dorothy Howell James Nl son i Max Stamper
Melvin Burger Dorothy Jennings Him n Oliver W'iiii \m Strickland
Barbara Black Andri w Knox Joseph Padula Lucille Summerford
Annette Bolton Betsy Kramer Harold Parson Roy Summerlin
Frank Brown William Kennedy Mary PlTTMAN Natalie True
Gordon Carlson Terry Kenehan Martha Price Jean Trigg
Lewis Cladin Jessie Beth Longino Carl Purtz Katherine Tl'KM r
Wilbur Clonts Jeanette McArthur Ki N m i ii Purtz Brooks Wai ki k
(red Dickinson Lillian McClement Wai ti r Purtz I vi ki it Whitman
Jean Douglas Louise McClure Jane Ri i si Charles Wii.i iams
Wilbur Eichholz Sis Martin Jean Rogy Mi even Wilkjns
Betty Schollig
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUR
OFFICERS

Max Stamper President

J. Burdine
T. Vice-President
Elsie Merritt Recording Secretary
Irma French Publicity Chairman
Betty Powers Treasurer
Nina Dyai Corresponding Secretary

Purpose: To acquaint the students of Stetson University with con-


ditions of the world, and to promote interests in these conditions.

John Lewis Jimmy Smith


Daniel Meyhoefer Doris Hartman
Edith Knox Marie Hisey
David Lehman Dick Smith
Frank Wa son i Delphene Coverston
Ernest Mac n i ii Mary Frances Smith
Robert Barni s George Goodman
Hi [i I )l( K.INSON Carl Pur rz
FLONNI1 A Mil us Ruth French
Doris Mn igan i William Matins
Mary Ann Brown Kai pi i MATOUSEK
A.MIA Mould
VOLUNTEERS FOR CHRISTIAN SERVICE
MEMBERS

Hazelle Wilson Jane Knight


Dorothy Richardson Harry Atkinson
Violet Smith Martha Price

Dorothy Widdershiem Eleanor Holderman


Virginia Agett Anita Moore
Mary Ellen Anderson Helen Martin
Judith Dobbins Helen Bennett
Evelyn Dodd Dorothy Howard
James Overton

Aim: The aim of this organization is to bring together those students who have
been called and have surrendered to do any Christian service as the Lord leads and
for the purpose of creating a real Christian spirit on Stetson's campus.
DYAL
Mccormick BURGMAN MOCK
milligan HISEY DOUGLAS

PAX-HELLENIC COUNCIL
OFFICERS

Helen Doris McCormick President


Doris Milligan Vice-President
Bitty Smith Secretary
Mary Mock Treasurer
Barbara Rowe Adviser

MEMBERS
Alpha Xi Delta Pi Be/a Phi
Doris Milligan Jean Douglas
Betty Powers Betty Smith

Delta Delta Delta Ze/a Taw Alpha


Helen Doris McCormick Mary Mock
Barbara Burgman Marie Hisi y
Oft
GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON
Honorary Chemistry Fraternity

Ray Spaulding Grand Alchemist


Garland Branch Visor
Harriet Steffens Recorder
Dr. John F. Conn Faculty Adviser

Joseph Adney
Karl Kesmodel
Anita Moore

BETA KEY
Biology Fraternity

Harriet Steffens President


William Alden Vice-President
Anne Spinks Secretary
Jean Douglas Treasurer
Dorothy Fuller Faculty Adviser

Connie Bennett
Walker Green
Elsie Hooker
Karl Kesmodel
Joe Padula
Elaine Phillips
Ray Spaulding
Joyce Webber
Ruth White
Dorothy Howard

MORRISON
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THE NEWTON CLUB
Honorary Mathematics Society

FELLOWS
Garland Branch President
Carl Purtz Vice-President
Robert Herndon Secretary
Walter Purtz
Betty Smith
. . ... Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms

ASSOCIATES

Mary Carlton
Lula Mae Morrison
Ray Spaulding
Dorothy Howard
Dr. C. M. Lowry, Adviser spaulding
Dr. D. F. Faulkner, Founder
Dr. R. I. Allen
Dr. John F. Conn

SIGMA PI SIGMA
Honorary Physics Society

Garland Branch President


Robert Herndon Vice-President
Robert C. Allen Secretary

Leland Ernest spinks


Bruce Muirhead
Everett Whitman
Dr. R. I. Allen Adviser

AT E ASE ! ! !

Stetson goes forward through war and taxes! We've had changes but have accepted them as a matter of

course and gone on about our business . . . still typically collegiate. September 15, and maybe there weren't

as usual but the ones who were here were just as lost, just as
many Freshmen homesick, just as green
quite as
as Freshmen! Upperclassmen falling into each other's arms with shouts of delight.
are the usual
Won- . . .

der if I'll ever get to know all these people finally a friend a freshman adviser life looks brighter. . . . — . . .

Orientation Week advances everybody talking to you, giving you advice, showing you the ropes, cheer-
. . .

ing you up. Even registration was a laughing matter— after it was over. Freshman Talent Night wound
ceremonies followed by the upper-
up the week and went over big with Bud Dickinson as master of . . .

classmen performing in Chaudoin parlors, and everyone really felt swell. But alas, sad reality crept in—
Freshmen discovered there were such things as rat caps, buttoning, rat courts, paddles
classes started.
— —
. . .

The girls dressed for "tea" at the upper classmen's request. Air raid sandspurs life
Must I go on?
really isn't one rose-colored haze. Then, rushing . . . pledging . . . ribbons . . . it's all Greek to me.

If your best boyfriend collapses in your arms, or if the campus hero stumbles around muttering about
the cursed fate (2 50-yard obstacle course) that makes their bones ache and cry out in agony, be not worried

merely a part of the new physical fitness program that has recently been inaugurated. Calisthenics do

theii part to make the girls actually creak when traveling up or down stairs. Not much actual collapsing
but plenty of muttering. Rumors that Sadie Hawkins Day is undecided set the whole campus to buzzing.

roar and finally a decisive shout, "more Li'l Abner!!" In the midst of all the Sadie
The buzz grew to a
Hawkins Day stew, the Little Theatre gave us "The Curtain Rises" its — first presentation and good as

usual. Fourteen students were picked for Who's Who and congratulations were flying around. . . . Then all

the boys followed Porky's lead and settled down to the serious business of growing a beard. By the time

the day arrived there were really some beauties on campus as far — as beautiful beards go —which is a matter

Feminine football practices, committee meetings, rehearsals finally, "Arsenic and Old
of opinion. . . .
. . .

Lace" opened the hilarious week-end. bedlam— upperclass- CHARGE!—Sadie Hawkins Day was the usual

men won the field-meet-sooooo rat caps till Christmas— A vent as Marrying Sam President Lewis— treat the —
women rough and make 'em like it. Banquet in the slop house— then to the opry house— pork chops and
Daisy Maes.

Maybe no annual this year . . . priorities and expenses reared their ugly heads. Stetsonites assessed them-

selves an extra buck and the Hattkr's future was assured. Plenty of work ahead for Daffy and Barky.

turkey-time holidays this year but thankfulness prevailed with a banquet feast in the Commons.
Talk
No
begun about Stetson Memorial for men in service work started on the Opera, "Hansel and Gretel"— . . .

The "Messiah" was given for the eighth time in Elizabeth Hall Auditorium Christmas . .
a real success.
.

parties and dances— holidays at last. Vacation and then back to school to recover. Navy men swarm- . . .

ing everywhere — set your sails, girls, its anchors aweigh. . . . Blackout in the middle of Peden's recital . . .

exams ('nuff said) and a graduating class of twenty-one. ... A few days of rest and relaxation— then second

senior recitals basketball games with the Naval Base .clipped hair and per-
semester registration . . . . . .
. .

oxide are definitely "in" . . .the Glee Club and the All Girl Orchestra plus Mansur made their Red Cross
The boys kept leaving in response to Uncle Sam's request .miss ya. Spring, and the love-
contribution. . .

bug observed no union hours— dazzling rocks on three out of every four girls' fingers: Odum,
French,

Harper, Powers, Howell, Arnold— just to mention a few practically reached the stages of an epidemic . . .

. . . pins also on the loose . . . constant Pi Kap serenades.

No law school next year — all the male law students are busy winning a very important case of their

"The Barretts" was presented and came through with flying colors then, William
Uncle Sammy. . . .

Saroyan's" "Afton Water." Politics here campaigning hot and heavy . . .


. . . majority ruled. Priorities

but hikes, bikes, and buses took their places. Spring vacation
curbed the usual wiener roasts and boat rides,

Shakespeare's annual appearance. Visits of former Stetson men


was gratefully, gleefully greeted by all . . .

cramming, exams, term papers, parallel— then gradua-


now in uniform became everyday occurrences. Finally,

tion, packing, good-byes, and summer vacation for some, summer school for others, armed services, married

life. . . . Next year is just around the corner with its memories to be!
STETSON UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB
Harold M. Giffin Director

SOPRANOS
Frances Arkley Mary Gentry Elizabeth Pippin
Barbara Bassett Lucile Halstead Mary Ramsey
Betty Lou Bell Ruth Hillman Helen Rees
Annette Bolton Elizabeth Howell Gerry Reifschneider
Rosemary Clark Brooks Hudgins Gladys Schulte
Georgette Clark Bessie Lou Ivey Kathryn Shirley
Nina Clarke Nancy Ann Lane Mary Frances Smith
Eleanor Eddins Ruth McDaniel Ann Spinks
Tommie Lei: Fowler Leta Mitchell Vivian Sult
Elaine Fretwell Rabel Moreman
ALTOS
Betty Jane Amidon Mary Lasater Jean Rogy
Helen Bennett Lillian McClement Jean Shaw
Frances Brown Edith Miller Elizabeth Stacey
Martha Durrance Doris Milligan Lucille Sumerford
Ruth Durrance Mary Mock Helen Tennille
Elinor Edlin Anita Moori: Terry Wagner
LeJeune Hughes Gladys Pippin Martha White
Vivian Humphrey Margaret Reaves Betty Lee Zornes
Jamie Richards
TENORS
William Mathis T. R. Mims
Winston McQuiddy Chris Napoli
BASSES

Robert Allen Robert Herndon Grafton Pym


Maurice Fain Harold Mitchell James Smith
Orien Farrell Orian Osburn Comer Woodall
Harold Parson

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ALPHA DEKSIOMA
Colors: Hunter Green and Gold
Founded at John B. Stetson University
May, 1940 Flower: Talisman Rose

OFFICERS

Marion Merrill President


Mary Carlton .... Vice-President
Claire Bumgarner
Hflen Martin .....
.... Secretary
Treasurer
Mary Louise Havens .... Chaplain
Jeane Shaw .... Serjeant-at-Arms

BUMGARNER
HAVENS

The purpose of Alpha Deksioma is to promote democratic friendship and understand-


ing among its members; to broaden the social, cultural, political, athletic, and religious
life of the members and to assist them in every way possible. All women in Stetson
University who are not affiliated with a national social organization may become
members.

MEMBERS
Marion Merrill Barbara McGinnis
Mary Carlton Ruth Lois Maxwell
( i amu Bumgarner Martha Miller
Helen Martin Yi k\i< Nicholsi

Mary Louise Havens Mary Pittman


Ji am Shaw Joyce Roland
1 1 1 i i n Ray Bryan Mary Smith
I )l I I'l II M COVERSTON Vioi Smith
i i

Julia Grim in Geneva Trayi or


Barhara Lupi i Mariiia >X' ill i

Ruth M( Oanii-i.

PLEDGES
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(ami sim Smith

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GRIFFIN

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McDANIEL
McGINNIS

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MILLER
NICHOLS

PITTMAN
ROLAND
M. SMITH

V. SMITH
TRAYLOR
WHITE

REIFSCHNEIDER
SAXL
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have taken up arms to defend their institutions, but this is the first time our institu-
tions have been seriously threatened by an enemy that is haunted already by the
ghosts of a thousand fallen institutions which could not protect themselves, or which
were overwhelmed by the implacable hatred of men who cannot build as well. Be-
tween the enemy and the Stetsons you stand. We shall not forget that.

We had rather have you here with us. You belong with us. But you have
given us up in order to serve us. We have let you go by accepting your services.
You are our personal guarantee that we believe in what we have. We are your
personal guarantee that you will come back to what you left. Soldier, sailor, marine.
Coast Guardsman, worker, housewife, merchant, student, all of us are bound together
in a fight for preservation. None of us will let you down; all of us maintain the
same idea — the idea of the Stetsons of America.

You are willing to die for us; we are willing to live for you. That is what we
hope we are doing: For what is the purpose of your fighting if
living for you.
it is not to come back to the things you left behind? And how can your mission be
accomplished unless we live for you? Do you think we shall forget a willing creditor
who lends us his life asking nothing in return but our preservation?
All these llnngs w"€ know —
and we hope that you know. And when you have a

moment, think of us. For we shall always be thinking of you.

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ALPHA XI DELTA
Founded at Lombard College in 1893

Omega Chapter Established in May, 1917

Colors: Double Blue and Gold Flower: Killarney Rose

OFFICERS

Elizabeth Welden Stacy President


Terry Wagner Vice-President
Ruth Hillman Treasurer
Jean Rogy Recording Secretary
Pauline Bennett Corresponding Secretary

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE

Mary Triisbi.e Lowry Virginia E. Giffin Dorothy Fuller Aileen Worth

IN UNIVERSITATE

Flonnie Anders Ruth Hillman Jeanne Neely


Pauline Bennett Carolyn Howes Betty Powers
Annette Bolton Dorothy Jennings Margaret Reaves
Virginia Cham hi rlin Cree McLaughlin Jean Rogy
Marjorie Esthi s Ellen Marcum Mary Frances Smith
Edith Marii Gardni r Edith Miller Elizabeth Welden Stacy
Dorothy Gibbons Doris Milligan Terry Wagner
Flo Gross hni i is Mitchell

PLEDGES

i ( HAPPl I I. Jerry Jarvis Yvonne Maloy


R.1 III CURNK K Cleo Jofinson Agnes Paui.k
Am I III iui N Mary Lasater Evelyn Van Scoy
Harriett Linder
STACY
WAGNER
HILLMAN
ROGY
BENNETT

ANDERS
BOLTON
CHAMBERLAIN
CHAPPELL
CURNICK

ESTHUS
GARDNER
GIBBONS
GROSS
HOWES

HEIDEN
JARVIS

JENNINGS
JOHNSON
LASATER

LINDNER
Mclaughlin
MARCUM
MILLER
MILLIGAN

MITCHELL
NEELY
POWERS
REAVES
SMITH
VAN SCOY
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Founded in 1888, at Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Alpha Delta Chapter Established in May, 1913

Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Flower: Pansy

OFFICERS

Barbara Burgman President


Nina Dyal Vice-President
Helen Doris McCormick Secretary
Ann Spinks Treasurer

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE

Sara Staff Jernigan Curtis Horn

IN UNIVERSITATE

Barbara Burgman Helen Harper Gladys Pippin


Barbara Black Dottie Howell Barbara Price
Sara Carver Margaret Johnston June Shone
Alyce Cowart Dotsy Lipscombe Donna Shultz
M\k ha Durrance
i JessieBeth Longino Anne Spinks
Ruth Durham i |l ANETTE McARTHUR Kareen Taylor
Nina Dyal Louise McClure Jean Trigg
Nancy Fi-.ssi.nih n Helen Doris McCormick Natalie Trite
Elaine hi rwELL
I Shirley Moore Emily Van Heusen
Patty Fugle Elizabeth Pippin

PLEDGES

Carole Bi.atty Marcia Ham mi r Fran Sue. Mai DONALD


Miriam Blackburn Grant Ann Hir h i Barbara Otto
Ann Gii.iji rt Shirley Lytle
BURGMAN
DYAL
Mccormick
SPINKS
BEATTY

BLACK

CARVER
COWART
M. DURRANCE
R. DURRANCE
FESSENDEN
FRETWELL

FUGLE
GILBERT

HAMMER
HARPER
HIRTH
HOWELL

JOHNSON
LIPSCOMBE
LONGINO
LYTLE

McARTHUR
McCLURE

MACDONALD
MOORE
OTTO
E. PIPPIN

G. PIPPIN

PRICE

SHONE
SHULTZ
TAYLOR
TRIGG
TRUE
VanHEUSEN
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PI BETA PHI
Founded April 28, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois

Florida Alpha Chapter Established January 3 0, 1913

Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Flower: Wine Carnation

First Semester Second Semester

Betty Smith President Jean Douglas President


Betty Smiley Vice-President Betsy Kramer Vice-President
Norma Gardner Treasurer Carolyn Jones Treasurer
Betty Jane Amidon . . . Recording Secretary Carolyn Buck .... Recording Secretary
Helen Oliver . . . Corresponding Secretary Helen Oliver . . . Corresponding Secretary

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE

Annie Nadine Holden

IN UNIVERSITATE

ACTIVE

Hi Jam Amidon
i i y Carolyn Jones Betty Schellig
Constance Bi nnj n Margaret Justice Betty Smiley
Carolyn Buck Edith Knox Betty Smith
Jean Douglas Bi isy Kramer Evelyn Stowe
Louis) Fugate Helen Oliver Vivian Sult
Norma Gardni k Patrk IA Pi II I R Doris Warren
Helen Ki i

PLEDGES
l'. > in Brooks Juni F'enn Sara Lou Johnson
Lucille Clark Ja< kii Iisi ii R Jean Pinkley
Virginia Elmi MDOR] 111 I I
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I llNMAN
SMITH
SMILY
AMIDON
OLIVER
GARDNER

BENNETT
BROOKS
BUCK
CLARK
DOUGLAS

FENN
FISHER

FUGATE
HINMAN
JONES

JOHNSON
JUSTICE

KNOX
KRAMER
PEIFER

PINKLEY

REES

STOWE
SULT

WARREN
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Founded October 15, 1898, at Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia

Beta Psi Chapter Established in October, 1934

Colors: Turquoise Blue and Gray Flower: White Violet

OFFICERS

Marie Hisey President


Sylvia Jones Vice-President
Betty Pari itt Secretary
Rachel Clarke Treasurer

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE

Etter Turner Sue McEachirn Burns Frances Thornton

IN UNIVERSITATE

Virginia Agj i i Marilee Harper Rosamond Pope


Barbara Bassi i i Marie Hisey Mary Catherine Ramsey
Cl \ i k i Brandies Sylvia Jones Brownie Schulte
Betty Cannon Marjorie Kersey Evelyn Turrentine
Charline Carson Lowman
Isabelle Lura Tyner
Rachel Clarke Mary Mock Annette Walcott
Shirley Coi n Leta Mitchell Ruth White
(.AUDI I; Ml RSON Bettv Pari ti r Dorothy Widdershiem

PLEDGES

Nina Clark Tow m v Lee Fowler Avice Rhea Martin


M ah. i ok i i I i i in i Brooks [UDGINS
I Janette Spainhour
Joy Jackson
HISEY

JONES
PARFITT

CLARKE
AGETT

BASSETT

BRANDIES
CANNON
CARSON
CLARKE

COEN
ELLIOT

EMERSON
FOWLER
HUDGINS

JACKSON
KERSEY
LOWMAN
MITCHELL
MOCK

POPE
RAMSEY
SCHULTE
SPAINHOUR
TURRENTINE

TYNER
WALCOTT
WIDDERSHEIM
WHITE
MARTIN
DAVID LEHMAN ROBERT HENRY
Secretary Sergeant-at-Arms

DELTA SIGMA PHI


Founded atthe City College of New York, December 10, 1899
Alpha Chi Chapter Was Established in 192 5

Colors: Nile Green ami White Flower: While Carnation


The primary duty of our Fraternity is the support of the University in its effort to give the members the
education and training they desire; and to instill a love of country, reverence for religion, and regard for
the truth.

MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE
Dr. R. I. Ami \ Dean Harry C. Garwood

I I Koy Barkstrom Robert Henry David Leeiman Harry Snyder


J. C. Brad: i v Karl Kesmodi i
James Owens Richard Towle
Gari \ \n Branc i i Andrew Knox Richard Smith Harry Whitsett

PLEDGES

Frank Bamberg
Ned Boddy
1 1 I I ( I AKK
Julian Clark
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David ( Irani nun
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BAMBERG lea %. T fl 7* c > J* *
BARKSTROM
BODDY
BRADLEY

BRANCH
CLARK
CLARK
COKER

CRANFORD C I
KNOX
McEACHERN
MILES

NORDMAN
THOMPSON
TOWLE
WILLIAMSON
PI KAPPA PHI
Founded at the College of Charleston, 1904
Chi Chapter Established, 1921

Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose


Motto: "Nothing, shall tear us asunder.

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN FACULTATE

Carl Johnson W. E. Duckwitz Harold Giffin


IN UNIVERSITATE

William Alden David Gardner Howard Kurtz James Nelson


Richard Baguley Truman Grayson Ernest Machen James Smith
Robert Barnes Garland Hayes Richard Mansur John Snellings
J. T. Burdine Eugene Head William Mathis Carl Stafford
\\ BUR ElCHHOLZ
II Jack Inman Winston MqQuiddy William Thompson
Orien Farrill Dale Jones Alton Myers Melvin Wilkins

First Semester Second Semester

Er.ni st Machen Arc/nut Robert Barnes Archon


Roberi Barnes Treasurer David Gardner Treasurer
|
amis Nelson Secretary Winston McQuiddy Secretary
Winston McQuiddy Historian William Mathis Historian
David Gardner Chaplain J. T. Burdine Chaplain
J. T. Burdine Warden Alton Myers Warden

PLEDGES PLEDGES

Gil 111 K I Bi \ I I I "I Walter Purtz


I I' i . |',l ,\< K Alfred Reid
I i
i ,h Brown William Smith
\\ ii BI n (minis Don Stewart
Fred I >i< kinson Roy Sum merlin
I [arrison Grii N Everett Whitman
|osi I'l J \< OBS I Charles Williams
' \r i l'i I' 1/ 1Iarold Parson
MACHEN
BARNES
NELSON
McQUIDDY

ALDEN
BENTLEY
BLACK
BROWN
BURDINE
CLONTS

DICKINSON
EICHHOLZ
FARRELL
GARDNER
GRIFFIN

HAYES

HEAD
INMAN
JACOBS
JONES
KURTZ
MANSUR

MATHIS
MYERS
PARSON
PURTZ
PURTZ
REID

SMITH
SMITH
SNELLINGS
STAFFORD
STEWART
THOMPSON

WHITMAN
WILKINS
WILLIAMS
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SIGMA HONOR
NIJ
THE LEGION OF
Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869
Delta Mu Chapter Established, 1913

Colors: Black, "White and Gold Flower: White Rose

'To believe in a life of love,


To walk in the way of honor,
and to serve in the light of truth."
This is the life, the way, and the light,
this is the creed of our fraternity.

OFFICERS

Aubrey Vincent Commander


Harvey Gardner Lieutenant Commander
William Kennedy Recorder
Dale Melching Treasurer

ACTIVE MEMBERS

Robert Brown Dale Melching


Jack Causilr Brad Miller
Gordon Carlson William Mitchell
George Davis Joseph Padula
I*i ii R Easland Ray Spaulding
Alvin Fuller Edward Stratton
I Iak\ y Gardner
i Aubrey Vincent
George Goodman Frank Watson
William Ki nnidv Paul Wilcox
Edward Koi si r i Gordon Williamson
Robert Lipscombl William Wood
Rai I'M Matousi.k

George Hanna Ray Roebuck


BROWN tp ro
CAUSIER
DAVIS

EASLAND

FULLER

GOODMAN
HANNA
KOESTER

LIPSCOMBE
MATOUSEK
MILLER

PADULA
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ROEBUCK
SPAULDING
STRATTON
WATSON

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