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Title: The Lotus
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Peace Institute
Subjects: Peace Institute–Students–Yearbooks. Peace Institute–Periodicals. College yearbooks–North Carolina–Raleigh.
Publisher: Raleigh, N.C.: Peace College
Contributing Library: Peace College
Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center

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Quakers Martha Stanley Dorothy Alderman Martha Fairley EuoENiA Fairley LuciLE Howard Rachel Witherington Elizabeth Sloan [one hundred fourteen]

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Miss Moseley: I dont understand how you can say, sit on olass. Melissa Herrinfj: No, that is a teachers privilege. Ellen Crawford (speaking to finl in ])ractici room): Play the Elmlc. It isan old piece, but I think it is pretty. Lois Wright: Sl,^lod is something like synagogue only they didnt Hnish it. Louise Black (in history class): Wiiere is Bull Hun?Miss McReynolds: ■■()n page ,54-1. EHzabeth Gibson: Look at that ambulance of snow falling from the roof! Girls at Mrs. McLellands table: Please take us to the movies tonight,Mrs. McLeliand. Mrs. ;IcLelian(l: Oli, no! you mustnt go out tonight. The teachers areexpecting a serenade. Miss McLeliand (in Bil:ile class):left the house of his father? Martha Stanlev: His birthright. What did .Jacoli carrv witli him when he [one hundred fifteen] THE LOTUS jNIollie Pigford: Harriet, have jou anjthinf;; to read? Harriet McCormick: No, Ijut I have seen a lot of the girls reading TheSpeaking Voice. That must be good. Mis.s Wentzcl asked wlier

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Identifier: Highland_Echo_1915-1925
Title: Highland Echo 1915-1925
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Maryville College student body
Subjects: Maryville College
Publisher: Maryville, TN : Maryville College
Contributing Library: Maryville College
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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TURKEYS WILL SURE ROOST HIGHTHIS YEAR. C. H. GILLINGHAM READS PROOF The proof of A Century ofMaryville College, Dr. S. T. Wilsons latest book, is being read byRegistrar Gillingham. Dr. Wilson isvery busy in New York making thefinal preparations to start on hiscampaign. COLLEGE PATRONSAPPRECIATE GOOD FILMS The splendid movies shown iii thelocal houses during the past fewweeks have creates much favorablecomment from the people on the hill.Students and faculty alike seem to betaking a great interest in the worldof the camera, and the local theatresare to be commended on the highclass pictures they are showing. BRYSON RECEIVED FRACTURED LEG IN A. & M. GAME A. D. Bryson, Varsity fullback,was in a Knoxville hospital lastweek having an X ray taken of hisankle. It was found to be fractured,

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the fibula being cracked for somelittle distance. He returned to thehill Friday afternoon, but wascompelled to return to KnoxvilleSunday and have the bone reset. Asmall ligament was found to be outof place. He is now around again,but will accept the aid of a pair ofcrutches until New Years. Literary societies have long held amost promment place in the variousstudent activities on the hill. The first sociely was organized in1868, and since that date three moresocieties have come into being. Today Maryville College has fourthriving organizations which attainto literary excellence. The Athen-ians, Alpha Sigma, Theta Epsilon,and Bainonian, the first two formen and the last two for ladies. In order that the members of thedifferent societies, and those who didnot belong to any, might see andknow what each respective societywas doing an entertainment wasgiven during the winter monthsshowing the progress and accom-plishments of each organization. When this custom was inaugurat-ed purely liter

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Title: Highland Echo 1915-1925
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Maryville College student body
Subjects: Maryville College
Publisher: Maryville, TN : Maryville College
Contributing Library: Maryville College
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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ful country home Eas*of Maryville. All present were dressed to repre-sent their ambition for twenty yearshence, even the Brittain baby. Asmany vocations were represented asthere were members present. During the evening each guest wasrequired to tell some striking im-pression that had come to him fromhis youth. Some of the impres-sions were certainly striking. After a few happy hours borrowedfrom the distant future the partyfound their way back to the hillwhere they were mere seniors again. THANKSGIVING PROGRAM A very interesting Thanksgivingservice was conducted b y MissBailey at the Y. W. C. A. on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 26, The meeting opened with a piano solo, byMiss Pardue, Miss Turner sangWonderful Peace. Miss HelenBrown gave a brief history of thefirst Thanksgiving, then the leaderfollowed with an exposition of theThanksgiving of today and a comparison of the two Thanksgivings. On next Sunday Miss DexterClayton will lead. Buy all your Music from Clarkand Jones in Knoxville. Advt.

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TURKEYS WILL SURE ROOST HIGHTHIS YEAR. C. H. GILLINGHAM READS PROOF The proof of A Century ofMaryville College, Dr. S. T. Wilsons latest book, is being read byRegistrar Gillingham. Dr. Wilson isvery busy in New York making thefinal preparations to start on hiscampaign. COLLEGE PATRONSAPPRECIATE GOOD FILMS The splendid movies shown iii thelocal houses during the past fewweeks have creates much favorablecomment from the people on the hill.Students and faculty alike seem to betaking a great interest in the worldof the camera, and the local theatresare to be commended on the highclass pictures they are showing. BRYSON RECEIVED FRACTURED LEG IN A. & M. GAME A. D. Bryson, Varsity fullback,was in a Knoxville hospital lastweek having an X ray taken of hisankle. It was found to be fractured,

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