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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF STETSON
UNIVERSITY
. . .

DeLAND, FLORIDA
Editor-in-Chief
.

Delphene Coverston
F.

.

A.

LeRoy Barkstrom

Business

Manager

DEDICATION
With
a feeling

of pride and humility
is

this year's

Hatter

dedicated to

you men of Stetson who have answered our country's
call

to arms.

We

are

proud of your deeds wher-

ever you

may

be,

whatever you

may
we
in
a

be doing, and humble because

cannot show our appreciation
greater sense. It
is

our fervent hope
fit

that the powers above will see

to

return you to

us, safe

and victorious,
are

to live in the land

you

now

de-

fending.

/

"

1

w

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FOREWORD
To
a

students of

all

ages college has
a

meant

prolongation of youth,
are
stabilized,
as

period in which
a
life.

ideals

and

time

to

be

remembered
world
at

the best in

Despite the

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 Iightheartedness 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 history.

Morale has been high.

The
their

scholarship record has been upheld.

Students and
its

faculty

members have given

utmost to

assist

the

Government

in

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
Dean

C. of the

GARWOOD
University

ROY FRANCIS HOWES
Dean
of College of

JAMES RUFUS McVICKER
Director of the

Law

School of Busin

EZRA ALLEN

ROBERT
G.

I.

ALLEN

DORIS

K.

ARJONA
E.
J.

SUSIE

P.

BROWN

SUE McE. BURNS

FRANCES BUXTON
W.
C.

PRENTICE CARSON
Pr.

RICHARD

CLARK
CURTIS

ROSEMARY CLARK
IOLA KAY EASTBURN

JOHN
BOYCE

F. F.

CONN
EZELL

COWELL

CECIL L. CRISSEY (Manager of Univ.

LEONARD

STETSON FACULTY

WARREN
ANNIE

CHARLES A FISHER S. GORDIS
N.

ETHEL M. FISHER

DOROTHY
NEILL
S.

L.

FULLER

HAROLD

M. GIFFIN

VIRGINIA GIFFIN

VERONICA DAVIS GOVE
CURTIS
C.

COL. FRANK W. HALLIDAY

EDITH HARVEY

ESTHER M. HICK

HOLDEN

HORN

JACKSON

SARA STAFF JERNIGAN

CARL H. JOHNSON

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TURNER
A.

EDGELLE HENRY

CHARLOTTE

SMITH

G. LEIGHTON I.AFUZE WILLIAM H. McENIRY,

MARION
JR.

B.

LEONARD

CURTIS M.

LOWRY

MARY
AILEEN

T.

LOWRY

IRVING

C.

STOVER

FRANCES

C.

THORNTON

BARBARA ROWE HARRY S. WINTERS

ERICH SAXL

R.

MARY S. McCURDIE GRADY SNOWDEN
M. JEAN FINNEY

WORTH

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R.

CUNNINGHAM
B.

CLIFFORD

ROSA

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STUDENT

John Lewis
President

Bud Ware

BODY
OFFICERS

Vice-President

Elizabeth Stacey
Secretary

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
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SENIORS

ROBERT W. BARNES,
Jacksonville,
Pi

B.S.

Honda
Treasurer, Secreof Senior Class. President, 4; 4, Sophomore Class

Kappa Phi.
Pledge

Archon,

tary.
4;

Captain;

Past President
4.

Interfraternity Council, t, Business School President. J; Prcsidenr. 2; I. R. C, 4; 3, S Club; Social ittec, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee. 4; Mystic kresve. 4; Men's Discipline Committee, Vars,,, Basketball, :. J, 4; Freshman Basket4; ball, State Championship, 1.
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CONSTANCE
W.

H.

BENNETT,

B.A.

Babson P.,,1,. Florida A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 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
1.

Club,
J,

2,

3;

Table

Theatre,

Hatteh,

t, 2. 4, Treasurer, 4; \C. A. A., Secretary. 2. 4. Recorder of Points, Tennis club. President. 2; Little I; Ma.or Club, Vice-President, t; 2, Freshman Editor. 2; Reporter, Isso

4.

BYRON

F.

BOND,

/ in tut Grot .-. Pincland Junior College, I, 2; Scholarship \ » ... 2; Honor Roll, l, :, 4; Dean's In, Report
-I
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B.A. Georgia

Editor, 4; Steliomaii. Associate Editor, t; Radio Guild, 4; Student Government, Freshman Orientation Committee; Honor Roll, he );
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3;

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4; Alpha Correspondent, l,

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2,

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2,

3,

4,

Journal

Corresponding

Secretary,

GARLAND
Delta
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M,

BRANCH.
City,
Florida

]R.,

B.A.
MaSadie

Flaat

Sigma
aptain,

Phil Mystic Krcwc, Scroll 4; and Key,

Second
3.

Who's

Colleges.
4;

4:

Gamma

Who .n American Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Epsilon. ;, 1.

Preside! Universities a 4, Prcsidci J,

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Vssociate

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4;

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President
4;
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4.

Manager. Council, Publicity Sunday School Superintendent, 4; Phi Sociel President, 2; Symphony Orchestra. 1, 2, <. Gamma Sigma Epsilon Award as Outstandii Freshman Chemist, and Sophomore Chemist.

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Executive

DON
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Knox.
tramurals,

Kappa Thi; Tennis Team Manager. 2. 3; InI. 2. J, 4; cam Manager, Baseball Independent Basketball Team, 4. 1;
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MKI. BRANDIES, B.A.

Callahan, Florida Corresponding Secre4, 2, A., 1, >, A., I, 2, J, 4, tary. 2, Vice-Preaidcnt, 3; Y. President. 2. S; B. S. U. Coons, I. 2. 1. 4. !, Club, 2, J, 4, i. V.ccBlazer Secretary, 4; President, 4; Ires I'residcnt, I,

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4;

Women's
I.

Student

Govci
4,

Secretary,

Vice-President,

President.
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Student
s

Who'. Who llody. i; 'A, and Colleges,
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Alpha.

MARY ANN BROWN,
Naranja,
Florida
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DOROTHY GIBBONS COOKE,
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HARVEY
Transfer

A. GARDNER, Miami, Florida
University;
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Miami, Florida

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DoKolllY
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TRAWICK HOWARD
Cedar 6,1, Viorida
2.
3,

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4,

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Treasurer.

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HOWES,

B.A.

insfer

Alfred

Florida Universit) I pension; 4; Phi Alpha
4;

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Vice-President

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Inlet,

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4;
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Xi Delta, Vice-President, 3. Rush ChairSocial Chairman. 4; W. A. A., I, 2. 3, 3, Hatter Staff, Theatre, 2, 3. 4; 1. Little l,,i,, i, iti Council, !. 4; Blajcr Club, 3, i Freshman Adviser, I, 4; The Honor. 3, 4;

4;

Beauty Section Hatter Art
Secretary of Class;

of

Hath.,

1;

LaFranciadc,

3,

Club. 3, 4; Glee Club, I, 2; Freshman Class; Secretary of Senior Sadie Hawkins Committee. 2.
B.A.
Service

SHIRLEY KAGFY,
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B.A.

w,j,,„.

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Glee Club. 2; Life Service Band. 2; Volunteer Council, Publicity ChairU. Band, 4; II S. man 4; RaJio Guild, 2; Little Theatre, 2. 4.
1

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Theta,
President.
4.

n,la„J.
Scholarship

Chairman; Theta Alpha
Delta Psi, SccrcPi 4; Dean's List, 3, 4; Episcopal Fellowship.

Senior
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4;

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wis. Miami, Florida Freshman Plaque;
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Vice-President, President, >, 4,
Scroll

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State
2,
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GRAFTON H. I'YNI, B M. New Turk, Neil York Co-Ordinator of Stetson Defend Council.
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STETSON SENIORS

Sigma Nu,

|R., B.A. B. WATSON, Miami, Florida Mystic Krewe, 3, 4, Treasurer, 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; ExtraSocial Committee, curricular Committee, 3; Chairman, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee. Chairman, 4; Library Assistant, 1, 2. 3; Intraniurals,

FRANK
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3,

4;

Interfraternity

Council,

4.

JOYCE M. WEBBER,
DcLand, Florida
Beta Key,
3,

B.A.

4.

EVERETT PARKER WHITMAN.
Pi

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BETTY LEE ZORNES,
DeLaml. Florida
Glee
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4;

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2,

3,

4;

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Secretary

of School
3.

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2,

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Betty Jane Amidon, Lakeland, Florida Flonnil M. Anders, Jacksonville, Florida Martha Arnold, Winter Garden, Florida Helen M. Bennett, Miami, Florida Gilbert G. Bentley, Winter Haven, Florida Barbara A. Black, Jacksonville, Florida Frances E. Brown, Jacksonville, Florida Robert H. Brown, Jr., DeLand, Florida
Claire Bumgarner, DeLand, Florida Wilber T. Clonts, Oakland, Florida Delpheni E. CoVERSTON, Bushnell, Florida
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Liberal Arts

Music

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Liberal Arts

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Ann

Davis, Daytona Beach, Florida
Illinois

Mariin Don, Chicago,

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Jean Douglas, DeLand, Florida Martha Durrance, Sebring, Florida Nina M. Dyal, Homestead, Florida Wilbur H. Eichholz, Daytona Beach,

Liberal Arts

Music

Florida

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Liberal Arts

Business
Business

Jean

L.

Elliott,

St.

Petersburg, Florida

David M. Gardner, St. Petersburg, Florida Walker S. Green, DeFuniak Springs, Florida Doris M. Hartman, Daytona Beach, Florida A. Jackson Hayward, Dade City, Florida Eugene C. Head, Ft. Meade, Florida

....

Liberal Arts Liberal Arts

Law Law
Business Liberal Arts

Robert Henry, DeLand, Florida Ruth Hillman, Orlando, Florida Eleanor Holderman, DeLand, Florida

Business
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Music
Liberal Arts
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Liberal Arts Liberal Arts

Kathleen McGehee, Jacksonville, Florida Mary Cree McLaughlin, DeLand, Florida Dorothy McLean, Dowling Park, Florida Ralph Matousi k, Chicago, Illinois Ruth Lois Maxwell, DeLand, Florida

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Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts

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Florida

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Liberal Arts

Business

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Line
Liberal Arts

T. R. Minis, Tampa, Florida

Anita Moore, Temuco, Chile

Liberal /tr/>

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Robert Bruce Muirhead,

Sanford, Florida

Liberal Arts

Annette Wolcott Murphy, Daytona
Rebecca Murphy, Buchanan, Georgia Chris Napoli, Tampa, Florida Mary Pardee, Avon Park, Florida Betty Parfitt, Jacksonville, Florida

Beach, Florida

Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts

Business
Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts

Rosamond

Pope, Lacoochee, Florida

Betty Powers, Tawson, Maryland

Walter Purtz,

Sarasota, Florida

Margaret P. Reaves, Miami, Jane P. Reese, Jacksonville,

Florida Florida

Music
Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts

Bettie Sue Reid, Atlantic Beach, Florida

Arthur Roy Roebuck, West Palm

Beach, Florida

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Tames Bennett _ IIiiin Iinmiii, I .unp.i, Honda Wagner, North Bergen, N. Ki

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Liberal Arts
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Daytona Beach, Florida Baltimore, Maryland
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Arts

Pony, Montana

VIRGINIA AGETT,

Liberal

Arts

Kingsport,

Term.

CLIVE FREDERICK ALLAND,

Liberal Arts

Jacksonville,

Fl.i.

MARY ELLEN ANDERSON,

Liberal Arts

.

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Plant City, Fla.

HARRY DOUTHIT ATKINSON,
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BASS, Business

Liberal

Arts

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Hollywood,

Fla.

Kissimmee,

Fla.

WALTER ERIC BEHNKE,

Music

Tampa,

Fla.

EDITH ANNETTE BOLTON,

Liberal Arts

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Jacksonville, Fla.

CARLYN VIRGINIA BUCK,

Liberal Arts

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DeLand,

Fla.

BARBARA BURGMAN,
BETTY CANNON,
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Business

Daytona Beach,

Fla.

Liberal

Arts

Frostproof, Fla.

Liberal

Arts

Gainesville,

Fla.

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CHILLI,

Liberal Arts

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Jacksonville, Fla.

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Liberal

Arts

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Tampa,

Fla.

EDWARD

C.

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Sanford, Fla.

EVERETT STEWART

DIX,

Liberal Arts

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Alexandria,

V.i.

JUDITH ELEANOR DOBBINS,

Liberal Arts

Jacksonville, Fla.

RUTH DURRANCE,

Music

Scbring, Fla.

LELAND REDFORD FARM
ISABI
I
I

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Liberal Arts

Tampa,

Fla.

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,
FLORENCE MABEL GROSS,

Liberal Arts

.

.

Roscllc,

N.

J.

Liberal

Arts

....

DeLand,

Fla.

BENJAMIN EDWARD HADDOX,

Liberal

Arts

Orlando, Fla.

HELEN CYNTHIA HARPER,
OLIVIA BROOKS HUDGINS,

Liberal Arts

....

DcLand,

Fla.

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,
MARJORIE KERSEY,

Liberal Arts

DeLand,

Fla.

Business

Largo,

Fla.

ANDREW SMITH KNOX,

Liberal Arts

.

.

Bryn Mawr, Penn.

NANCY ANN LANE,
BERNICE

Liberal

Art

DeLand,

Fla.

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,
LILLIAN FRANCES McCLEMENT,

Liberal

A,/s

.

Tampa,

Fla.

Liberal

Arts

DeLand,

Fla.

STETSON
RICHARD W. MANSUR,
ELLEN LEE MARCUM,
Liberal Arts

-St. Petersburg, Fla.

Business

DeLand,

Fla.

HELEN DAVIS MARTIN,

Liberal

Arts

Birmingham,

Ala.

MARTHA NIMMONS

MILLER,

Business-

-Jacksonville,

Fla.

LETA MIRIAM MITCHELL,
PHYLLIS

Liberal Arts

Fort Meade, Fla.

ANN! MITCHELL,

Liberal

Arts

Daytona Beach,

Fla.

1

DWARD LAVFRNE MIXON,
ANNA MOORE,

Liberal Arts

Live Oak, Fla.

SHIRLEY

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,
Liberal

Business

Baldwin,

Fla.

HOKIS O'NEAL,
|l

Arts

Tampa,

Fla.

ANNE

L.

OSTRANDER,

Liberal Arts

Winter Haven,

Fla.

HAROLD KENNETH PARSON,
ELIZABETH VIRGINIA
PIPPIN,

Liberal

Arts.

-Miami,

Fla.

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,
Wll
S

Liberal Arti

Green Cove- Springs,

Fla.

I

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,
I

Liberal

Arts

....

Lakeland,

Fla.

MMY KENT VAN HEUSEN,

Liberal Arts

St.

Petersburg, Fla.

EVELYN LOUISE VAN SCOY,

Liberal Arts

....

Tulsa, Okla.

MARTHA
(

W. WHITE, Mnsic
Liberal

Perry,

Fla.

II

MINT PAUL WILCOX,

Arts

Atlantic

Beach,

Fla.

CHARLES AQUILLA WILLIAMS,

Liberal

Arts-

.Alachua,

Fla.

COMFR W. WOODALL,

Liberal

Arts

Newton,

Ala.

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Flushing,

N. Y.
Y.

ELAINE PHILLIPS

Richmond
Bowling

Hill,

N. Y.
Fla.

JOSEPH PADULA

New

York, N.

WILLIAM STRICKLAND

Green,

SPECIAL STUDENTS
GEORGE
EVELYN
L.

R.

BROWN DODD

DeLeon

Springs, Fla.
Fla.
Fla.

NANCY NASH
STELLA RUTLEDGE
LETITIA REYNOLDS
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Ft.

Myers, Fla.
Fla. Fla.
Fla.

Lake Wales,
Lake Helen,

.

DeLand, DeLand,
DeLand,

NINA DOGGART
CLEO JOHNSON

.

.

Brunswick, Ga.

YOLANDE HARGREAVES

-

HOWARD THOMPSON

.

Palmetto,

Fla.

RACHEL

E.

ALLISON.
D.

Business

DeFuniak Springs,

Fl.i.

CHARLOTTE

C.

BROW

X, Business

Washington, D. C.

BARBARA
FRANK
S.

ARMON,

Business

.

.

Philadelphia,

Penn.

FRANK W. BROWN,
GRACE
K.

JR., Liberal Arts

Orange Park,
Winter Garden.

Fla.

BAMBERG,
E.

III.

Music

Jasper,

Fla.

BROWN,
B.

Liberal

Arts

Fla.

BARBARA
I

BASSET, Music
Business

.

St.

Petersburg, Fla.

BARBARA

BURGESS,
CAINE,

Business

Fernandina,

Fla.

I

Ml

C.

BEATTY,
BELL,
G.

.

.

Jacksonville,

Fla.

AUDREY
SAM
R.

C.

Business

DeLand.

Fla.

BETTY

1.

Liberal

Arts

....
.... ....

DeLand, Fla
Orlando,
Fla.

CALDWELL,
E.

Uberal Arts

...

St.

Petersburg,

Fla.

MARGARET
NED
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BLAYOES,

Busine

CHARLINE
JAMES
R.

CARSON,

Uberal Arts

....

W'illiston,

Fla.

A.

BODDY,
i).

Liberal Arts.

DeLand, DeLand, DeLand,

Fla.

CASEY,

Liberal

Arts

DeLand,
Arts

Fla.

\

BOGUE,

Liberal

Arts

....

Fla.

CAROLYN CHAPPELL.
JEFFERSON
JULIAN
M.
G.
W'.

Liberal

....

Arlington,

Va.

J.

CLEAVER BRADLEY,
M.

Liberal Arts

Fl

CLARK,

Liberal Arts

DeLand, DeLand,
DeLand.

Fla.

CAROL

BREYFOGLE, B».iwn
Liberal Arts

DeLand.
Orlando,

Fl

CLARK,

Liberal

Ar/s

Fla.

RUTH

M.

BROOKS,

Fl

LUCILLE CLARK,

Liberal

Ar/s

Fla.

NINA
E.

C.

CLARKE, Mush
COKF.R,
Liberal Arts

Miami,

Fla.

ORIEN

D.

FARRELL,

Music

Sanford,

Fla.

MAURICE

Pl.nu City, Fla.

JUNE

C.

FENN,
C.

Business

Mount Dora,
Liberal Arts

Fla.

ALYCE W. COWART,
DAVID
L.

Business

Cowan,
Winter Garden,

V.i.

NANCY

FESSENDEN,

Tampa,
Perry,

Fla.

CRANEORD,
CURNICK,

Liberal Arts

Fla.

TOMMY
E.

L.

FOWLER,

Music

Fla.

RUTH

D,

Liberal Arts

Holly Hill, Fla

LOUISE FUGATE,
G.

Business

Williston,

Fla.

GEORGE

H. DAVIS, Liberal Arts

....
Arts.

New

<

anaan,

<

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PATRICIA

FUGLE,

Liberal

Arts

Miami Beach,
-St.

Fla.

ROBERT

R.

DICKERT,

Liberal

Daytona Beach,
DeLand,

Fla.

EDITH
V.

M.

GARDNER,

Liberal

Arts-

Petersburg,

Fla.

HOKE
R.

S.

DOWDY,

Liberal

Arts

Fla.

ANN

GILBERT.
D.

Liberal

Arts

Jacksonville,

Fla.

PETER EASLAND,
I.
I

JR.,

Business.

Pittsfield,

Mass.

HARRISON
JULIA
MRS.
lit
C.

GRIFFIN.
Liberal

Liberal

Arts

....

DeLand,
Quincy,

Fla.

ELINOR

IH IX. Music

Miami,

II...

GRIFFIN,
G.

Arts

Fla.

MARJORIE

R.

ELLIOTT, Mxsic
Business

-Winter Haven,
Sebring,

Fla.

RUBY
I.

HADDOX
Music

Orlando,

Fla.

CAROL

V.

EMERSON,

Fla.

III

HALSTEAD,

Lake

City,

Fla.

MARCIA HAMMER,

Bushiest

Ft.

Pierce,

Fla.

JACK
L.

C.

INMAN,

Business

DeLand,
Arts

Fla.

YOLANDE
RACHEL
M.
F.

H.

HARGREAVES,

Business

....

DeLand,

Fla.

JOY JACKSON,

Liberal

Orange City,
Palm Beach,

Fla.

HARLESS,

Business

DeLand. Fla

J.

GERALDINE
L

JARVIS, Music
Business

Fla.

LOUISE HAVENS,

Business

Miami Beach,
Pierce,

Fla,

MILDRED

JAUDON,
E.

Tampa,

Fla.

GARLAND HAYES,
AMY
ADEL
J.

JR.,

Business

Ft.

Fla

MARGARET

JOHNSTON,
JUSTICE,

Business

....

Dalton,

Ala.

HEARN,

Business

DeLand, Fla

MARGARET

A.

Business

-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

D.

HEIDEN,

Liberal

Arts

Coral Gables, Fla

MARY
JEWEL

|.

KIRCHOF,

Liberal

Arts

DeLand,
Arts

Fla.

BETTY

J.

HINMAN,
Liberal

Business

South Miami, Fla

E.

KIRKPATRICK,
A.

Liberal

.

.

Palm Beach,

Fla.

ANN HIRTH,
DOROTHY
ROBERT
G.
C.
J.

Arts

Miami Beach, Fla
Palm Beach, Fla
DeLand, Fla Daytona Beach, Fla

EDWARD
BETSY
B.

KOESTER,

Business

Jacksonville, Fla.

HOWELL,

Business

KRAMER,
E.

Business

Mt. Dora, Fla.

HOWES,

Liberal

Arts

HOWARD
MARY

KURTZ,

Liberal Arts

Ft.

Myers, Fla.

VIVIAN HUMPHREY,

Music

....

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
ROBERT

M. l.IPSCOMBE,
B.

Business

DeLand,
Arts

Fla.

CHARLES

H. MILEY, Liberal Arts
Liberal

Ft.

Pierce, Fla.

LIPSCOMBE,

JR., Liberal

.

DeLand,

I

la.

BRADFORD MILLER,
EDITH
L.

Arts

DeLand,

Fla.

ISOBEL W.

LOWMAN,
A.

Liberal

Arts

Tampa,

Fla.

MILLER,

Liberal

Arts

...

St.

Petersburg, Fla.

BARBARA

LUPFER,

Liberal

Arts

....

Kissimmee, Fla.

ROY W.

MILLER,
F.

Liberal Arts

DeLand,
Arts

Fla.

SHIRLEY LYTLE,

Business

Weirsdale,

1

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HAROLD

MITCHELL,
Business

Liberal

Miami,

Fla.

RUTH
JAMES

E.

McDANIEL,

Music

Ft.

Myers,

Fla.

KELLY MOORE,
L.

Palmetto,

Fla.

D.

McEACHERN.
A.

Liberal

Arts

Brundidge, Ala.

RABEL MOREMAN,
E.

Music

DeLand,

Fla.

BARBARA

McGlNNIS,
R.

Business

Miami,

Fla.

VERNICE

NICHOLS,
Business

Business

....

Panama

City,

Fla.

MARGARET

McLEAN,

Business

Palmetto,

Fla.

JEAN NOBLE,
J.

New
Liberal

Britain,

Conn.

FRAN SUE MACDONAED.

Liberal Arts

...

Sebring, Fla.

WALTER NORDMAN,

Arts

....

DeLand,

Fla.

HENRY

G.

MILES,

Liberal

Arts

Jacksonville,

Fla.

BARBARA OTTO,

Liberal Arts

Arlington, Va.

THELMA PEARCE,
T.

Liberal

Arts

Ft.

Myers, Fla

JOHANNA
K.ATHRYN

M. SHEW", Liberal Arts
H.

....

Jacksonville,

JEAN PINKL1
I.

Y. Liberal Arts

New

Smyrna, Fla

SHIRLEY, Music
Business

Ocala,

GLADYS
BETTYE

PIPPIN. Business

-

Sanford, Fla

DONNA

C.

SHULTZ,

....

V. Palm

Beach,

A.

POPE,
H.

Business

Brunswick, Ga.

BARBARA SHUMAN,

Business

DeLand,

MARGARET
ALFRED
S.

REES,

Business

Tavares,

Fla.

DOROTHY
MARY
P.

O.

SMITH,

Business

DeLand,
DeLand,

REID,

Liberal

Art

Lake Worth,

Fla.

L.

SMITH,

Business

GERRY

R.

REIFSCHNEIDER,
L.

Music

Jacksonville,

Fla.

JAMESINE SMITH,
L.

Liberal

Arts

.

.

High Springs,
Jacksonville,

DOROTHY
TRUDE
GLADYS

RICHARDSON,
Business

Liberal

Arts

Pompano,
DeLand,

Fla.

VIOLET

SMITH.

Business

SAXL,
M.

Fla.

WILLIAM
H.

C.

SMITH,

Liberal

Arts

.

.

.

Clarksburg,

W.

SCHULTE,
R.

Business

....

Daytona Beach,
Jacksonville,

Fla.

JANETTE SPAINHOUR,
H.

Libenil

Arts

.

Fernandina,

DOROTHY
V.

SEABLOM,

Business

....

Fla.

CARL

STAFFORD,
B.

Liberal

Arts

Orange City,
Daytona Beach,

GENE SHEROVI

R. Liberal Arts

....

New

York, N. Y.

DONALD

STEWAKT,

Liberal

Arts

VIVIAN SULT,
D.

Music

Palmetto,

Fla

GENEVA
EVELYN
EMILY
L.

L.

TRAYI.OR,

Business

Ft.

Myers, Fla.

LUCILLE SUMERFORD,
M.

Bus

DeLand,

Fla.

M.

TURRENTINF,
Liberal

Business

....

Mt. Dora,

Fla.

SHIRLEY

SUTTON, TAYLOR,

Business

Auburndale,

Fla.

WEST,
M.

Arts

Miami Beach,
Aits

Fla.

KAREEN
F.

F.

Liberal

Arts

Jacksonville,

Fla.

ROSTON
HAZELLE

WILLIAMSON.
WILSON,

Liberal

DeLand,
Orange,

Fla.

All.VN THOMPSON,
L.

Liberal

Arts

....

DcLand,

Fla.

L.

Liberal

A,

Is

.

.

.

Port

Fia.

RICHARD

TOWLE,

Liberal

Arts

....
P.

Walpole,

Mass.

ALBERT ZOCCOLA,

Liberal

Arts

Havana, Cuba

JOHN

GRAVES,

Liberal

Arts

....

DeLand,

Fla.

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MAY

MARY ONA
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PETERMANN
JR.

WARNER
HARRY
E.

MIKE SOUS,

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.
Stetsonians

Proudly we salute you,
us in order to take

—graduate
of

and undergraduate,

who have gone from
want you
to

up

arms

in

defense

our country.

We

know

this:

We

are

thinking

of you.
If

you think you

are forgotten,

you

are

wrong.

We

have no opportunity to forget.
all

You

are

with us each time we

see a

uniform.

You

are just above us

day long,
long

as

Navy

trainers circle overhead

from dawn

to dusk.

You

are close

by

as

Army

convoys roar up and down the Boulevard.

We

cannot escape our thoughts of you

we do not want

to escape them.
in

What
classes;

are

we doing

your absence, then?

Wc

are doing

as

usual.

We

go to

we

attend the fraternity and sorority dances;

we

read Wednesday's Reporter;

we
us

celebrate Sadie

Hawkins' Day; we sing
ones,

in

Chapel the songs you used to sing with

—we

sing a

few new

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.

to do, because they are the things

you want us

We

do

all

these things because

we

are thinking of you.

Some

of

us

shall

join

you soon.
will

We

are

waiting for that
to

as

much

as

we

are

waiting for anything.
the few will remember.

There

be fewer of us

remember more of you.

But

Be sure of that.
If

Our

debt to you grows greater each day.

you do not think of your

services

as a debt,

we

do.

For you are fighting, not to
This
is

kill

and destroy, but to preserve the
first

very thing for which Stetson stands.

not the

time

men and women

(Con/in ned on Page 110)

Especially
is

this

yc.ir

when

strict

emphasis
.
.

placed on health and physical fitness we the students of Stetson express our appreciation
for your tireless efforts.

.

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Carl Purtz

Don Stewart
Dale Melching
Red Whitman
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Bill Smith

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THE ORDER OF THE SCROLL AND KEY
Honorary Scholarship and Leadership
Society

Founded
Colors:

in

March, 1940

Purple and Gold

Flower:

Purple

Iris

OFFICERS

Garland Branch
Frank Watson
Bitty Smith
.

....
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President

Vice-President
Secretary

John Lewis

Treasurer

The purpose of the Order of the Scroll and Key is to recognize and further scholarship and leadership on the campus of J. B. Stetson University. Its members are chosen from the upper tenth division of the junior
and senior
classes.

BRANCH
LEWIS

OFFICERS

Doris

Warren
. .

President

Dorothy Estabrook
Ki mi

Vice-President

White
Bennett

Secretary

Pauline:

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Dorothy Estabrook
Constance Bennett
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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. Memthe Stetson Blazer Club is based oil leadership, scholarship, and athletic Students may earn their blazer only after they have completed at least two years of college work.
to
ability.

bership

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WOMEN'S STUDENT

GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

McCLURE

OLIVER

HILLMAN
COVERSTON

SMILEY

WIDDERSHEIM

OFFICERS

Claire Brandies Jane Reese Louise McClure

President

Vice-President
Secretary

Ruth Hillman Delphene Coverston Helen Oliver
Bi
i

Treasurer
Representative-at-large Sophomore Representative Stevens Hall Representative

iv

Smiley

Dorothy Widdersheim

Sergeant-at-Arms

THE HATTER
If

you

see

never looked before
his

pictures you've seen before, or you're looking like you've I respectfully refer you to one Adolph Hitler or

assistant culprits Benito Mussolini

and Emperor Hirohito Hopefully yours, Thf Editor.

Delphi

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LeRoy Barkstrom
Business

Editor-

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

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KAPPA DELTA
Florida Beta Chapter

National Honorary Forensic Fraternity

Established in 193

OFFICERS

John Lewis
Doris

President

Hartman

Irma French I.i Roy Barkstrom

....
FACULTY
Irving C. Stover

Vice-President
Secretary ami Treasurer

Historian

ACTIVITIES

On

February 13,
at

Pi

Kappa Delta sponsored
the

the Sixth
Florida,

Annual

State Practice Forensic
St.

Tournament,
were present.

which

University

of

Florida

Southern,

Petersburg

Junior College, Rollins, the University of Miami, and Florida State College for

Women

The

season

was

clos.'d

with the traditional intramural debate tournament.

FORENSIC SEASON

The

State practice

Meet was held here for
Florida's

the sixth time.

Six of

outstand-

ing schools participated in the tournament.

Burdine

represented
first

Stetson
place.

in

extem-

poraneous taking
Griffin

took part in the non-competitive

after dinner speaking.

Lewis,

Barkstrom,

Mansur,

Overton,

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

The
lished

Speaker's
last

Bureau which was estab-

year

was discontinued

because

of the war and traveling dirficulties.

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RADIO GUILD
Flonnif Anders
Jack Hayward Irma French
Presidi nt

Vice-President

Secretary

Max Stamper Gordon Williamson
Jack Causier

Treasurer
Publicity

Manager
Historian

Program Manager

Ruth Hiiiman

Elizabeth
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OFFICERS

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Aubrey Vincent Ivan Yenetchi Ivan Yantchi Frank Watson
MEMBERS

Secretary

Secretary

Treasurer

Jackson Hayward

Bi

Frank Watson Roy Summerlin Bennett Stone Gordon Ben
i
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tty Smith Marion Merrill
Doris

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Hartman

Delphene Coverston
1

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Maurice Miller

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BETTY

JANE AMIDON

FRANCES BROWN BARBARA PRICE

PAMELA LIPSCOMB WILBUR CLONTS BARBARA BURGMAN JAMES OVERTON

RUTH HILLMAN CAROLYN JONES

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
in

with the commercial world, and to stimulate discussion and constructive thinking the field of commerce and business.

Erna FrEEBURG Beth |am Amidon
I'wn
Ri in
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President

Vice-President
Secretary Treasurer

a

Lipscomb
ACTIVE

Him man
MEMBERS
|\\i

Mi

Amidon Wilbur Clonts Erna Freeberg Frances Brown Ruth Him man Barbara Burgman
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Caroiyn Jonis Pamela Lipscomb
Barbara
N
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James Overton John Snellings

Prici

alumni members
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MtCuRDii

FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. M. B. Fisher Dr. C. A. Leonard Dr.

J.

R.

McVicker

MORRISON

JOHNSON BROWN AMIDON HOWES HISEY
McCLURE
MERR1TT

RATLIFF

BRYAN

PEIFER

CHAMBERUN
JONES OYER

DYAL

KAGEY
POPE

CARLTON BUMGARNER GARDNER KNOX LONGINO TYNER WARREN
FRENCH

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
B.
F.

Ezell

Chapter of Future Teachers of America
OFFICERS

Lula Mae Morrison Sara Lou Johnson
Mildred Ratliff

President

Vice-President
Secretary

Helen Ray Bryan
Patricia Peifer

Treasurer Parliamentarian
Librarian

Claire Bumgarner

Mary Carlton
MEMBERS
Betty Jane Amidon

Custodian

Carolyn Howes
Marie Hisey
Sylvia Jones

Louise

McClure

Mary Ann Brown Virginia Chamberlain Lina Dyal Irma French Norma Gardner

Elsie Merritt

Shirley Kagey
Edith
Jesse

Knox
Beth Longino

Edna Oyer Rosamond Popj Lura Tyner
Doris

Warren

THE HATTER'S ART CLUR
OFFICERS

Carolyn Buck Natalie True Dot Widdersheim Nina Dyal
. . .

.

.

President

Vice-President
.

.

Secy. -Treasurer
Social

Chairman
Reporter

Jean Pinkley

MEMBERS
Alyce Cowart True N a iai Emily Lou West Katherine Turner
ii

Dorothy Jennings Cree McLaughlin Dot Widdershij m

Johanna Shew June Fenn
Cakoi yn Buck

Ruth Brooks Jean Pinkley Helen Bryan Nina Dyal
IsAIII
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Am
El

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Sally Johnson
I2ABETH STACEY

Dorothy Gibbins Ruth Curnick

The purpose
is

of the

Hatter's Art Club
sincere
of
art,

to promote the interest of art on the
to create
a

campus and
beauty,
spirit

love of

an
of
its

appreciation
friendship
a

and

a

n d

cooperation

among

members.

Q!i&Q2&a

Gladys Pippin; Anita Moore Sally Johnson Dot Richardson Jane Knight Catherine Shirt

Dorothy Howard

YOUNG WOMEN'S
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Doris O'Neal Julia Grii fin

Tommy
Hi rsY

v

Margaret Johnston
Betty Ann Cannon Jean Pinkley Claire Brandeis Jeane Ostrander Vernice Nichols Barbara Lupfek Jane Reese Nancy Fessenden Margaret Reaves

ASSOCIATION
OFFICERS

Lee Fowler Caroi yn Jones Vivian Sult

Kramer

Lura TYNER June Shone
Mar.iorii
Kl
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Helen Bennett Irma French
Judith Dobbins Leta Mitchell
. .
.

President

Vice-President
Secretary ami Treasurer

Barbara McGinnis Mary Ellen Anderson \ Martin Barbara I'm.
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Ruth McDaniel
Elinor Edlin Mildred Jaudon L.ula Mae Morrison

Dot Widdersheim
Elizabeth Pippin
Jessie

....

Program Chairman
Social

Donna
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Beth Longino
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Music Chairman
Stewardship
Personal Service

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Dot Widdershi
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Norma Gardner
Barbara Albritton

Beth Longino Shirley Kagly

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Nina Dyal
Barbara Bassett

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French Mitchell

LEWIS
REESE

ANDERSON
BURDINE

PURTZ

DOBBINS
REAVES

PARSON
AVENT

MORRISON
COOPER

WARE
BRANCH

KNIGHT
BENNETT

HOWARD

B. S. U.
John Lewis Jane Reese
Lula Mai, Morrison Ed Cooper Mary Ellen Anderson
J.

COUNCIL
President
First

Vice-President

Second Vice-President

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Secretary

T.

Bi d

Burijink W'aki
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Garland Branch
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Treasurer Sunday School Representative Associate li.T.U. Representative
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Music Chairman
Publicity

|am Knight Helen Benneti

Chairman
Y.

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'Let us

go forward under

iBie

influence of Spain*"

MEMBERS

OFFICERS

Dora Valdez Ruth White Anita Moore
David

Dora Valdez Anita Moorl
David
Dr.

.

President
Vi( e-President

Lehman

Lehman Ruth Whiii
Arjona
.

Treasurer
.

Secretary

Irma French Max Stamper Dorothy Gibbons

Vacuity Adviser

Frank Watson
Chris Napoli

FACULTY MEMBERS

Jean Trigg Olive Lord Natalie True Doris Milligan

Dr.

Thornton

Dr. Arjona Professor Winters

Jean Finney

Mary Mock
Carolyn Buck

SIGMA DELTA
National Spanish Fraternity

PI
lower:

Founded

in

1937
I

Colors:

Red and Gold

Red Carnation

REAVES

ROGY
TENNILLE

HILLMAN

TURNER
ALBRITTON
BENNETT

LORD

MARCUM
DURRANCE
ZORNES

ARKLEY

DURRANCE
HUDGINS

MILLIGAN
SPECHT

RAMSEY
STACEY

WAGNER

PHI BETA
National Professional Fraternity of Music

Founded at Northwestern University, 1912 Eta Chapter Established in December, 1921

Colors:

Violet

and Gold
OFFICERS

Flower:

Rose

Margar]
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Ri

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Reaves
i

President

Rogy
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Vice-President

in

man

Katherini Turner oiivi Lord

Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary
Treasure!

Helen Tennille Ellen Marcum
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Doorkeeper
Historian

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 Aubrey Vincent
Maurice Miller Ivan Yenetchi
.

....
. .

Jus/ice

.

Vice Justice

Clerk and Treasurer

Marshal

PLEDGES

Jack Hayward
Joe Ben Stone

Roy Summerlin Frank Watson

PHI ALPHA DELTA

PI

anatati
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DAVID M. LEHMAN

CAROLYN HOWES
HARRIET STEFFENS

RALPH MATOUSEK RUTH FRENCH

JOHN LEWIS FRANK WATSON ERNEST MACHEN
REX WIESENFELD

r^TS

PHI ALPHA THETA
OFFICERS

Lehman Carolyn Howes
David M.

President

Vice-President

Harriet Steffens

Secretary and Treasurer
Historian

Ralph Matousek
Alpha Zeta Chapter
Established May, 1942

Colors:

Flower: Red Rose Madonna Blue and Red Motto: Vox Populi, Vox Dei Purposi To encourage the study of history.
:

GARTNER
MIMS

COOPER

MIXON
STRICKLAND
MITCHELL

AVENT
FAIN

NAPOLI

RUTLEDGE
REID

WARE THOMPSON

SANDERSON

WOODALL

BROWN

HADDOX

MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
J.

1942-43

T. Bukdine, Jr.

Bud Ware
Danu-.i.

Ed Cooper

Mi

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Mauru

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Fain

Cecil Crissey

David M. Gardner Pat I In
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T. R.

John Lewis Mims I.AW'RI N( MlXON
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George Avent Vernon Sanderson Reid A K
1 1 I

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Howard Thompson
I

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Chris Napoli

<

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N

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Mitchell Woodai
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George
Hi
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Brown

Si kii

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[aDDOX

THE STETSON UNIVERSITY DEFENSE COUNCIL
Established

May, 1941

President W.

S.

Allen

Professor Harold M. Giffin

Crafton H. Pyne
Co-Ordinator

Commander

Vice-Commander
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Dr.

Harry Carwood

Chairman, Committee on Curricula and Assembly Chairman, Committee on Emergency Safety Precaution Chairman, Committee on Physical Fitness Chairman, Committee on Extra-Curricula Activity

Professor Curtis M. Lowery

Mr.

Warren

C.

Cowell

John Lewis

STAFF

Mr. Carl H. Johnson Mr. Elmer Barnett Garland Hayes Miss Edgelle Henry Donald Black

Chief Air-Raid Warden Chief Protection Officer Chief of Fire-Control Squad Chief at Emergency Casualty Post
Chief of Men's Stretcher Squads Chief of Women's Stretcher Squads Chief of Communications

Anne

Spinks

Margaret Reaves

Mary Frances Smith
FACULTY MEMBERS
Allen Mr. Robert Barnett Dr. John F. Conn Miss Evelyn Dodd Dr. William E. Duckwitz
Mr. Robert
I.

Chief of Messenger Squad

Miss Esther Hick
Miss Curtis

Mrs.

Mary McLaughlin

Horn
Jernican

Dr. James MacVicker
Miss Barbara Miss

Dr. R.

F.

Howls
S.

Rowe

Mrs. Sara

Charlotte Smith

Dr. W.

Hugh McEniry
Turner

Dr. Irving Stover

Miss Etter

STUDENT MEMBERS
William Alden Robert Allen Betty Jane Amidon Frances Arkley Robert Barnes Constance Bennett Pauline Bennett Melvin Burger Barbara Black Annette Bolton Frank Brown Gordon Carlson Lewis Cladin Wilbur Clonts
(red Dickinson

June Fenn Ruth French Helen Harper

Doris Milligan

MlMS Laverne Nixon
T. R.

Hayward Van Houson Eleanor Holueman Dorothy Howell Dorothy Jennings Andri w Knox Betsy Kramer William Kennedy Terry Kenehan
Jack

Shirley Moore

Donna Schultz Jean Shaw Betty Smith William Smith
John Snellings
Elizabeth Stacey

Emily

Max Mosler
Chris Napoli

James Nl son Him n Oliver
i

Max Stamper
W'iiii

\m Strickland

Joseph Padula

Harold Parson Mary PlTTMAN

Martha
Ki N

Price

Jessie

Beth Longino

Carl Purtz

Jeanette McArthur
Lillian
Louise
Sis

m

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ii

Purtz

Summerford Roy Summerlin Natalie True Jean Trigg Katherine Tl'KM r Brooks Wai ki k
Lucille
I

Jean Douglas Wilbur Eichholz

McClement McClure

Wai

ti r

Purtz
i

vi ki it

Whitman
Wii.i iams

Martin

Jane Jean Rogy Betty Schollig
Ri
si

Charles

Mi even Wilkjns

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUR
OFFICERS

Max Stamper
Burdine Elsie Merritt Irma French Betty Powers Nina Dyai
J.

President

T.

Vice-President

Recording Secretary
Publicity

Chairman
Treasurer

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 Daniel Meyhoefer Edith Knox David Lehman
Frank Wa son n Ernest Mac Robert Barni s
i

Jimmy Smith
Doris

Hartman

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K.INSON

Marie Hisey Dick Smith Delphene Coverston Mary Frances Smith George Goodman Carl Pur rz

FLONNI1 A Mil us Doris Mn igan
i

Ruth French
William Matins
Kai
pi
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Mary Ann Brown
A.MIA Mould

MATOUSEK

VOLUNTEERS FOR CHRISTIAN SERVICE
MEMBERS

Hazelle Wilson

Jane Knight

Dorothy Richardson
Violet Smith

Harry Atkinson

Martha

Price

Dorothy Widdershiem
Virginia

Eleanor Holderman
Anita Moore

Agett

Mary Ellen Anderson
Judith Dobbins

Helen Martin
Helen Bennett
Dorothy Howard

Evelyn Dodd
James Overton

Aim:

The aim

of

this

organization

is

to

bring

together

those
as

students

who have
and

been called and have surrendered to do any Christian service

the Lord leads

for the purpose of creating a real Christian spirit on Stetson's campus.

DYAL

Mccormick
milligan

BURGMAN
HISEY

MOCK
DOUGLAS

PAX-HELLENIC COUNCIL
OFFICERS

Helen Doris McCormick
Doris Milligan

President

Bitty Smith

Vice-President Secretary

Mary Mock
Barbara Rowe
MEMBERS
Alpha Xi Delta Doris Milligan
Pi

Treasurer Adviser

Be/a Phi

Betty Powers
Delta Delta Delta

Jean Douglas Betty Smith
Ze/a

Taw Alpha
y

Helen Doris McCormick
Barbara Burgman

Mary Mock
Marie Hisi

Oft
GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON
Honorary Chemistry Fraternity

Ray Spaulding Garland Branch
Harriet Steffens
Dr.

Grand Alchemist
Visor

John

F.

Conn
Joseph Adney

Recorder Faculty Adviser

Karl Kesmodel Anita Moore

BETA KEY
Biology Fraternity

Harriet Steffens William Alden

President

Vice-President
Secretary Treasurer

Anne

Spinks

Jean Douglas 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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President
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PURTZ

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THE NEWTON CLUB
Honorary Mathematics Society

FELLOWS

Garland Branch Carl Purtz
Robert Herndon Walter Purtz
Betty Smith
ASSOCIATES
.

...

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

Sergeant-at-Arms

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

SIGMA PI SIGMA
Honorary Physics Society

Garland Branch
Robert Herndon Robert C. Allen

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Leland Ernest Bruce Muirhead
Everett
Dr. R.
I.

spinks

Whitman
Adviser

Allen

AT
Stetson goes forward through

E

ASE

!

!

!

war and
.

taxes!
.
.

course and gone on about our business
quite as
as

still

We've had changes but have accepted them as September 15, and maybe typically collegiate.

a

matter of

there weren't

homesick, just as green as usual but the ones who were here were just as lost, just as WonFreshmen! Upperclassmen falling into each other's arms with shouts of delight. life looks brighter. finally a friend a freshman adviser der if I'll ever get to know all these people everybody talking to you, giving you advice, showing you the ropes, cheerOrientation Week advances

many Freshmen

are the usual

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Even registration was a laughing matter— after up the week and went over big with Bud Dickinson as master classmen performing in Chaudoin parlors, and everyone really
ing you up.
classes started.
. . .

it

was over.
ceremonies
swell.
rat

Freshman Talent Night wound
. . .

of
felt as

followed
sad

by

the

upper-

But

alas,

reality

crept

in—
life

Freshmen discovered there were such things
girls dressed

caps, buttoning, rat courts, paddles

Must
really
If

I

go on?

The

for "tea" at the upper classmen's request.

Air raid
. .


all

sandspurs

isn't

one rose-colored haze.

Then, rushing
in

.

.

.

pledging
if

.

.

.

ribbons

.

it's

Greek

to me.

your best boyfriend collapses

your arms, or

the

campus hero stumbles around muttering about
Calisthenics

the cursed fate

(2 50-yard obstacle course)

that makes their bones ache and cry out in agony, be not worried

merely
theii

a

part of the

new

physical fitness

program that has recently been inaugurated.

do

part to

make

the girls actually creak

but plenty of muttering.

Rumors
Little

that

when traveling up or down stairs. Not much actual collapsing Sadie Hawkins Day is undecided set the whole campus to buzzing.
us

The buzz grew to a Hawkins Day stew,
usual.

roar and finally a decisive shout,

the

Theatre gave

"more Li'l Abner!!" "The Curtain Rises" its

In
first

the midst of

all

the Sadie
as
all

presentation
.

and good
. .

Fourteen students were picked for Who's

Who
to the

and congratulations were flying around.
serious

Then
the
a

the boys followed Porky's lead and settled
the day arrived there were really

down

business
as

of growing

a

beard.

By
is

time

of opinion.

.

.

.

some beauties on campus as far Feminine football practices, committee meetings,

beautiful beards go
. .
.

—which

matter

rehearsals

finally,

"Arsenic and Old

bedlam— upperclassmen 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
Lace" opened the hilarious week-end.

CHARGE!—Sadie

Hawkins Day was

the usual

Daisy Maes.

Maybe no annual
selves an extra

this year

.

.

.

priorities

and expenses reared
assured.

their

ugly heads.

Stetsonites assessed

them-

buck and the Hattkr's future was

Plenty of

work ahead

for

Daffy and Barky.

Talk turkey-time holidays this year but thankfulness prevailed with a banquet feast in the Commons. work started on the Opera, "Hansel and Gretel"— begun about Stetson Memorial for men in service Christmas The "Messiah" was given for the eighth time in Elizabeth Hall Auditorium a real success. Navy men swarmand then back to school to recover. Vacation parties and dances— holidays at last.

No

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

ing everywhere

set

your

sails,

girls,

its

anchors aweigh.

.

.

.

Blackout

in

the middle of Peden's recital

.

.

.

exams
oxide

('nuff said)

and
. .

a
.

graduating

class
. .

of twenty-one. ...
.

A few

days of rest and relaxation— then second
. .

semester registration
are definitely

senior recitals
. .

basketball games with the

"in"

.the

Glee Club and

the All Girl Orchestra plus
. .

contribution.

The boys kept

leaving in response to

.clipped hair and perNaval Base Mansur made their Red Cross Spring, and the love.miss ya. Uncle Sam's request

French, bug observed no union hours— dazzling rocks on three out of every four girls' fingers: Odum, practically reached the stages of an epidemic Harper, Powers, Howell, Arnold— just to mention a few
.

.

.

.

.

.

pins also on

the loose

.

.

.

constant Pi

Kap

serenades.
are

No

law school next year

all

the male law students

busy

winning

a

very important
colors
. . . .

case

of

their

"The Barretts" was presented and came through with flying campaigning hot and heavy Politics here Saroyan's" "Afton Water."
Uncle Sammy.
. . . .

then,

William
Priorities

.

majority

ruled.

curbed the usual wiener roasts and boat was gratefully, gleefully greeted by all

rides,
.
.

.

Spring vacation but hikes, bikes, and buses took their places. Visits of former Stetson men Shakespeare's annual appearance.
Finally,

now
tion,
life.

in

uniform became everyday occurrences.

cramming, exams, term

papers, parallel— then gradua-

packing, good-byes, and
. . .

summer

vacation for some,
its

summer

school for others, armed services, married
be!

Next year

is

just

around the corner with

memories to

STETSON UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB
Harold M. Giffin
Director

SOPRANOS
Frances Arkley Barbara Bassett Betty Lou Bell

Mary Gentry
Lucile Halstead

Elizabeth Pippin

Annette Bolton Rosemary Clark Georgette Clark Nina Clarke Eleanor Eddins Tommie Lei: Fowler
Elaine Fretwell

Ruth Hillman Elizabeth Howell
Brooks Hudgins
Bessie

Mary Ramsey Helen Rees
Gerry Reifschneider Gladys Schulte

Lou Ivey

Nancy Ann Lane Ruth McDaniel
Leta Mitchell

Kathryn Shirley Mary Frances Smith

Ann

Spinks Vivian Sult

Rabel Moreman
ALTOS

Betty Jane Amidon

Mary Lasater
Lillian

Helen Bennett Frances Brown Martha Durrance Ruth Durrance
Elinor Edlin

McClement

Jean Rogy Jean Shaw
Elizabeth Stacey Lucille Sumerford

Edith Miller Doris Milligan

Mary Mock
Anita Moori: Gladys Pippin Margaret Reaves Jamie Richards
TENORS

Helen Tennille Terry Wagner

LeJeune Hughes
Vivian

Martha White
Betty Lee Zornes

Humphrey

William Mathis Winston McQuiddy
BASSES

T. R.

Mims

Chris Napoli

Robert Allen Maurice Fain Orien Farrell

Robert Herndon Harold Mitchell Orian Osburn Harold Parson

Grafton Pym
James Smith

Comer Woodall

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STETSON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRi

STETSON SYMPHONIC BAND

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ALPHA DEKSIOMA
Colors:
Founded
at

Hunter Green and Gold
Talisman Rose

John B. Stetson University May, 1940

Flower:

OFFICERS

.... Claire Bumgarner .... Hflen Martin ..... Mary Louise Havens .... Jeane Shaw ....

Marion Merrill Mary Carlton

President

Vice-President
Secretary

Treasurer

Chaplain Serjeant-at-Arms

BUMGARNER
HAVENS

The purpose of Alpha Deksioma is to promote democratic friendship and understanding 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 Mary Carlton
(
i

Barbara McGinnis

amu Bumgarner

Ruth Lois Maxwell Martha Miller
Yi k\i< Nichols Mary Pittman Joyce Roland Mary Smith Vioi Smith Geneva Trayi or Mariiia >X' ill
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Helen Martin Mary Louise Havens Shaw Ji am
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BRYAN

COVERSTON
GRIFFIN

LUPFER

McDANIEL
McGINNIS

MAXWELL
MILLER

NICHOLS

PITTMAN

ROLAND
M. SMITH

V.

SMITH

TRAYLOR

WHITE

REIFSCHNEIDER
SAXL
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SMITH

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have taken up arms to defend their institutions, but this is the first time our institutions 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. Between 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 Soldier, sailor, marine. personal guarantee that you will come back to what you left. Coast Guardsman, worker, housewife, merchant, student, all of us are bound together None of us will let you down; all of us maintain the in a fight for preservation.
same
idea

the idea of the Stetsons of America.

You hope we

are willing to die for us;
are

we

are willing to live for you.

That

is

what we

For what is the purpose of your fighting if And how can your mission be it is not to come back to the things you left behind? Do you think we shall forget a willing creditor accomplished unless we live for you? who lends us his life asking nothing in return but our preservation?
doing:
living

for you.

All these llnngs w"€

know

im

moment, think

of

us.

And when you have and we hope that you know. For we shall always be thinking of you.

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ALPHA
Founded
at

XI
Established

DELTA
in

Lombard College
in

1893

Omega Chapter
Colors:
Double Blue and Gold

May,

1917

Flower:

Killarney Rose

OFFICERS

Elizabeth

Welden Stacy

President

Terry Wagner

Ruth Hillman
Jean Rogy Pauline Bennett

Vice-President Treasurer

Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN

FACULTATE

Mary

Triisbi.e

Lowry

Virginia E. Giffin

Dorothy Fuller

Aileen

Worth

IN UNIVERSITATE

Flonnie Anders Pauline Bennett

Annette Bolton
Virginia

Ruth Hillman Carolyn Howes Dorothy Jennings
Cree McLaughlin Ellen Marcum
Edith Miller Doris Milligan

Cham hi

rlin
r

Jeanne Neely Betty Powers Margaret Reaves Jean Rogy

Marjorie Esthi s Edith Marii Gardni Dorothy Gibbons Flo Gross

Mary Frances Smith Elizabeth Welden Stacy
Terry Wagner

hni

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Mitchell

PLEDGES
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Jerry Jarvis Cleo Jofinson Mary Lasater Harriett Linder

Yvonne Maloy
Agnes Paui.k Evelyn Van Scoy

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

Nina Dyal Helen Doris McCormick

Ann

Spinks

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN

FACULTATE

Sara Staff Jernigan

Curtis

Horn

IN UNIVERSITATE

Barbara Burgman Barbara Black Sara Carver

Helen Harper Dottie Howell
Margaret Johnston Dotsy Lipscombe Beth Longino |l ANETTE McARTHUR

Gladys Pippin Barbara Price

Alyce Cowart M\k ha Durrance
i

June Shone Donna Shultz

Jessie

Anne

Spinks

Ruth Durham
Nina Dyal

i

Kareen Taylor
Jean Trigg Natalie Trite Emily Van Heusen

Nancy

Fi-.ssi.nih
I

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Elaine hi rwELL Patty Fugle

McClure Helen Doris McCormick Shirley Moore
Louise

Elizabeth Pippin

PLEDGES

Carole Bi.atty Miriam Blackburn Grant

Ann

Gii.iji

rt

Marcia Ham mi Ann Hir h Shirley Lytle
i

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Fran Sue. Mai DONALD Barbara Otto

BURGMAN
DYAL

Mccormick
SPINKS
BEATTY

BLACK

CARVER

COWART
M.
R.

DURRANCE
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

s

PI
Founded April 28,
Florida
at

BETA PHI
Monmouth
College,

Monmouth,
3 0,

Illinois

Alpha Chapter Established January

1913

Colors: Wine and

Silver Blue

Flower: Wine Carnation

First

Semester

Second Semester

Betty Smith Betty Smiley

President Vice-President

Jean Douglas
Betsy Kramer Carolyn Jones

President Vice-President

Norma Gardner
Betty Jane Amidon Helen Oliver
.
. . . .

Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary
.

Carolyn Buck Helen Oliver

....
. . .

Treasurer

Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary

CHAPTER MEMBERS
IN

FACULTATE

Annie Nadine Holden

IN UNIVERSITATE

ACTIVE

Jam Amidon Constance Bi nnj n
Hi
i

i

y

Carolyn Buck Jean Douglas Louis) Fugate Norma Gardni

Carolyn Jones Margaret Justice Edith Knox Bi isy Kramer Helen Oliver
Patrk
IA

Betty Schellig Betty Smiley Betty Smith

Evelyn Stowe
Vivian Sult Doris Warren

k

Pi

II

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Helen

Ki

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PLEDGES
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Juni
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Lucille Clark Virginia Elmi MDOR]

kii
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Sara Lou Johnson Jean Pinkley

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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 Sylvia Jones Betty Pari itt

President Vice-President

Rachel Clarke

Secretary Treasurer

CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTATE

Etter Turner

Sue McEachirn Burns

Frances Thornton

IN UNIVERSITATE

Virginia Agj

i

i

Barbara
Cl
\
i

Bassi

i

i

k

i

Brandies

Betty Cannon Charline Carson Rachel Clarke
Shirley Coi n (.AUDI I; Ml RSON

Marilee Harper Marie Hisey Sylvia Jones Marjorie Kersey

Rosamond Pope Mary Catherine Ramsey
Brownie Schulte Evelyn Turrentine Lura Tyner

Lowman Mary Mock
Isabelle

Annette Walcott

Leta Mitchell Bettv Pari ti r

Ruth White
Dorothy Widdershiem

PLEDGES

Nina Clark

Tow m v Lee Fowler
i

Avice Rhea Martin

M ah.

i

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in

i

Brooks [UDGINS Joy Jackson
I

Janette Spainhour

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
Secretary

ROBERT HENRY
Sergeant-at-Arms

DELTA SIGMA PHI
Founded
at

the City College of New York, December Alpha Chi Chapter Was Established in 192 5

10,

1899

Colors: Nile Green ami White

Flower: While Carnation
is

The primary duty of our Fraternity
the truth.

the support of the University in
instill

its

effort to give

the

members

the

education and training they desire; and to

a

love

of

country,

reverence

for

religion,

and regard for

MEMBERS
IN

FACULTATE

Dr. R.

I.

Ami

\

Dean Harry

C.

Garwood

I

I

Koy Barkstrom
C. Brad:
\
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J.

v
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Robert Henry Karl Kesmodi

i

Gari

\n Branc

Andrew Knox

David Leeiman James Owens Richard Smith

Harry Snyder Richard Towle Harry Whitsett

PLEDGES

Frank Bamberg Ned Boddy
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Julian Clark
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BODDY
BRADLEY

BRANCH
CLARK CLARK

COKER

CRANFORD

C

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KNOX
McEACHERN
MILES

NORDMAN
THOMPSON
TOWLE
WILLIAMSON

PI
Founded

KAPPA PHI
at

the College of Charleston,

1904

Chi Chapter Established, 1921

Colors:

Gold and White

Flower:
"Nothing,
shall

Red Rose

Motto:

tear

us asunder.

CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTATE

Carl Johnson

W.

E.

Duckwitz

Harold Giffin
James Nelson James Smith John Snellings Carl Stafford

IN UNIVERSITATE

William Alden Richard Baguley Robert Barnes J. T. Burdine \\ BUR ElCHHOLZ Orien Farrill
II

David Gardner

Truman Grayson
Garland Hayes Eugene Head Jack Inman Dale Jones

Howard Kurtz Ernest Machen Richard Mansur
William Mathis

Winston MqQuiddy Alton Myers

William Thompson Melvin Wilkins

First

Semester

Second Semester

Er.ni st

Machen

Arc/nut
Treasurer Secretary Historian

Roberi Barnes amis Nelson
|

Winston McQuiddy David Gardner
J.

Robert Barnes David Gardner Winston McQuiddy William Mathis
J.

Archon
Treasurer Secretary Historian

Chaplain

T. Burdine

Chaplain

T.

Burdine

Warden

Alton Myers

Warden

PLEDGES
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Walter Purtz
Alfred Reid William Smith Don Stewart Roy Sum merlin Everett Whitman Charles Williams Iarold Parson
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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:
of love,
of honor,

White Rose

'To believe

in

a

life

To walk

in the

way

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 Harvey Gardner William Kennedy Dale Melching

Lieutenant

Commander Commander
Recorder
Treasurer

ACTIVE MEMBERS

Robert Brown
Jack Causilr

Dale Melching
Brad Miller William Mitchell Joseph Padula Ray Spaulding Edward Stratton Aubrey Vincent Frank Watson Paul Wilcox Gordon Williamson William Wood

Gordon Carlson
George Davis I*i ii R Easland Alvin Fuller Iak\ y Gardner George Goodman William Ki nnidv Edward Koi si r Robert Lipscombl
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Matousi.k

George Hanna

Ray Roebuck

BROWN
CAUSIER
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DeLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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To The

Graduating

Class

JOHN

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