Prince THE LEST WE FORGET First Row: Irene James, Cat Second Row: Mary E. Sliman, Luton Second Row: Black, Rutledge Third Row: "Warlick, Cox, Turner, Roberts Fourth Row: Palmer, Duckworth Since its organization three years ago the History Club has been making rapid progress. The club is reviewing biographies this year at their meetings. Some member of the club reviews a book written by some French author at each of these meet- ings. Kloss Seville Borum Bertis Fair Garnet Morton Leslie Gilbert Woodrow Fuller Tansil Palmer Charles Wingo H. She can never seem to make up her mind on a matter, and is as changeable as the wind. Johnson THE LEST WE FORGET First Row: Rutledge, Duffey. The club is a dinner club ho ding one meeting a month. She has winning weighs, some of which she wishes to lose, but though she talks constantly of reduction, she still consumes countless calories. Another young person of seventeen has a most interesting nature. It's King George speaking, darling — your own king. The boys has turrible appatights and calls fer milk like little pigs. Sometimes they surprise us and has pie, and always on Sunday they has ice cream and dressing. They all sits the plates up on the napkin fer she don't let no one sit nothing on her napkin holder. Green Pauline La Fon John Keathley Emmett Guy 56 •■(liteteutetiift Mtuuieeiiitt Ut Uii Mii Uii-uttiuitui'smi ORGANIZATIONS Old England and ker mern? Moore George Reed Albert Kelly- Woodrow Fuller John Denny Class of 1934 Harold Gilliand Connor Shannon A. Coughlin Pledges Emmett Guy" Francis Thompson Louis Bellew David Carson Lester Wright Mac Craig Vernon Stripling Taft Yates Joe Garrigan Jimmie Hurt Tom Merritt Dewey Stubblefield Carl Peterson Frank Jones THE LEST WE FORGET First Row: Thompson, Parker, Ellis. Twice each month this club meets for a dinner and a book review. Hardin Willie Mae Thompson Ann Caver Anne Duckworth Martha Mc Clure Irene James Joy Whitson Marie Allison Judith Markoe Hazel Ellis Virginia Harris Elaine Parker Monie Warlick Doris Oglesby Helen Warmath Annie Dee Rice Ruth Gibbons THE LEST WE FORGET First Row: Harris, Hoppe, Flower Second Row: Luton, Bell, Verser, Third Row: Brown, Palmer , Prince, Blacl Houck, Copela An individual organization in Union is the Nestor Club. First of all, not more than thirteen members are ever in the Nestor Cub and at every meeting thirteen places are always filled. "Girls hand in hand for the best in music, art, literature, and science'' is the motto. It has stood the test of time, as it is the only one that has been active every year since its birth. Williams Arthur Frye Lloyd Gullett William Medling Lloytj Woods Robert Gaugh Parks Tigrett John Moore Johnson Luton Tom Merritt James Isbell Jessie Duck William Keathley cp£ THE LEST WE FORGET First Row: Woodward, Hughes, Craddock. Paris, Palme Second Row: Carlton, Holland, Keller, Kloss, Ray, Ekrut, Rainwater Third Row: Titsworth, Morton, Wingo, Hubbard, Landress, Fuller, Hurt The G. Savage Literary Society was first organized in 1922 in honor of the "Grand old man from Union", Dr. This society serves a very important position on the hill. The efforts of this organization has already been noted, and prospects for its future are bright. A handsome brunette is he, but he realizes the fact. To win the ladies, he shoots a great line, and it doesn't always catch the fish. It doesn't take any time at all to get what he wants. Will you put a call through to Union University, Jackson, Tenn.?
Vjtf P*^ km m ke Evert Medling Katherine Stark Joe Mooney Evelyn Hunt Boyd Armour Willie Mae Henley Francis Thompson Harold Spencer J. Holland Anna Lou Smith Glenn Whitlow Inez Holloway Van Milam Mary Ethel Marbury D. Stubblefield Alta Chambers Oliva Ham Hardy Hughes Carroll Hubbard Hazel Martin Margarett Mc Gee Camelia Cunningham Casey Eliott Frank Jones i&ALEST WE FORGET j S&KKmi K*Kmj«K» "" j John B. vtoods — And dream ho W -We might, too, have li\ *? Gilliand, Itisworth, Tigrett Fifth Row: Hurt, Jones, Guy, Merritt, Moore, Carson Sixth Row: Kelley, Stubblefleld, Thompson, Bellew, Fuller, Peterson THE LEST WE FORGET Founded at Virginia Military Institute. Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Founders Otis A. Ross Official Publication The Alpha Tau Omega Palm, Frank W. This organization is qui:e fortunate to have as its sponsoi Mrs. Officers Anne Duckworth President Hazel Ellis Vice-President Helen Warmath Secretary Mrs. Second, the club is composed of a true cross-section of Union University as far as the boys are concerned. The society is a representation of a select group of students from the student body. He likes his feminine friends to be young and inno- cent, but they don't always like him. His natty- clothes help him cut with the ladies He isn't self-conscious; just the opposite. The most sought-after young woman and the secretly envied maiden of the hill is a Hendersonite. Girls talk about her because they're jealous, but they really want to be like her. Below is given a unique and interesting sketch of these most outstanding people, and we suggest that you read these descriptions and then endeavor to puzzle out the names of the characters to which the personalities seem to belong. Pale, sickly athletes and skinny, nervous girls are certain to replace the robust football hero and the plump, pretty maiden if health rules are not soon learn- ed and heeded. Miss Saunders is secretly in love with Professor Powell, a former English Pro- fessor from Union. It was most sad that they actual- ly succeeded in getting a few really con- scientious S. THE SCANDAL SHEET Powerful Personalities In our institution are many who possess powerful personalities; and if you are not familiar with them, you are being detri- mental to your own self. I have seen lights burning in dormitories as late as midnight, and I am sure they were on to light the pages of a book. President Secretary Members Sara Patrick Irene James Imogene Poynter Joy Whitson Mary Evelyn Haynes Claire Gilbert Lucile Mc Clure Katherine Routon Willie M. Hayne Second Row: Elston, Rucker, Bowen, Thompson, Graves, Payne Third Row: Rice, Skinner, Gaugh, Moore Miss Onnie Skinner, Sponsor The French Club was organized in 1926 and is composed of eighteen members who have made high scholastic records in French. To begin with, we have on our campus a girl of remarkable curiosity. A little of what she tells is good, and a lot is not. Rutledce Ann Duckworth Monie Warlick Sara Bond Duffey Francis Roberts Rocky Palmer Johnston Luton Marshall Black Louise Cox Guy Turner THE LEST WE FORGET v%v First Row: Mosely, Young, Elliott, Parker, Redd, Morton. If you cannot fathom these puzzling statements, turn to the last page of this paper and there read the an- swers. She can tell vou more about a person than that person knows. College students must sleep late in the mornings, eat mere and more, and not study so much to be strong and healthy.