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A few nice movie critics images I found:

Image from page 175 of “The Index” (1918)
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Identifier: index1918illi
Title: The Index
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Illinois State Normal University
Subjects: Yearbooks, College Teachers colleges–Illinois Illinois State Normal University–History Illinois State University–History
Publisher: Illinois State Normal University, Normal IL
Contributing Library: Milner Library, Illinois State University
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enry Capen was the societys choice for president during the winter term.Altho small in stature he is mighty with his tongue, and his earnestness in thework did much to keep the fine record of the Rostrum from waning. At the end of the term Mr. Capen gave a dinner to the members of theRostrum and all reported a royal good time. The spring term opened under the leadership of Arnold Beckman, who car-ried out the purpose of the society very effectively. Altho the meetings con-tinued but four weeks during the spring term they were always up to standard.When the call for volunteer farm workers came, the Rostrum members feltthe need for them on the farm and most of them left; thus the society was dis-continued for the remaining eight weeeks of the term. Not too much can be said for our critic, Mr. Pringle, whose unwearyingexertions have made Rostrum proud of him ever since its beginning. His un-tiring efforts for the past year are most highly appreciated by all Rostrummembers. 171 INDEX 1918

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THE GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Girls Glee Club has been very successful this year under the leadershipof Mrs. Keleher. At the beginning of the year the girls decided to have areal glee club, so they organized, with Dorothy Welch as president and ElizabethHaley as secretary and treasurer. The club enjoyed a movie party early in thefall term and had several other social affairs that let the school know there wasat last a Girls Glee Club possessing some pep. They appeared in publicthree times during the year, and were successful each time. Zena Orendorff (piano)Gladys TuggleHelen CadeDorothy WelchBernice BrownAlice PorterfieldEdna ReynoldsEthel CassidyFay Zook ROLL. Ella ShieldsVirginia OwenLeone BryantMiriam EvansMignon BryantElizabeth HaleyRuth GravesMaurine HallFlorence Fiske Fern MaurerGertrude WilberIrene QuinnHelen KirkpatrickHazel BachenheimerFloy JohnsonSue Lay Dorothy AndrewsPauline Palmer 172 INDEX <£ 1918

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Image from page 31 of “Virginian” (1916)
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Title: Virginian
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: State Female Normal School, Farmville, Va.
Subjects: Longwood College Longwood University College yearbooks – Virginia – Farmville, Va.
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bance in the class. She is veryreserved, hard working and studious, andcares nothing for frills and fads; herknowledge must be strictly practical. Herquiet and industrious habits are appreci-ated by those who know her and taken asa whole, Annie is a generous kind-heartedgirl. ELDA LOUISE CHILES STRASBUKG, VA. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority; Correspond-ing Secretary of Argus Literary Society,1915; Critic Argus Literary Society, 1916;Delegate to Blue Eidge; Social Committee,1915-16;. Annual Member of Y. W. C. A.to Charlotte, N. C, and Eichmond, Va.:President of Senior Class; Nonpareil Ten-nis Club; Treasurer Deutscher Sprach-verein; 9—! ; B. E. A. N. S.; AdvafiolCullesumercents. With a sunny disposition, sunnier infact than her hair (which is saying agreat deal) Louise won many friends atschool. If we may judge from the dail-ies and specials she receives she musthave friends elsewhere and especially atWashington and Lee. Somehow we cantimagine Louise teaching school for anylength of time.

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ELIZABETH EANDOLPII CLAEKE LANCASTER COURT HOUSE, VA. Second Vice-President of Pierian Liter-ary Society, Fall 1915; Treasurer of Pier-ian Literary Society, Spring 1916; SocialService Committee. HAZEL COBB FARMVILLE, VA. Bess is very fond of eating, and spendsmost of her time indulging in this enjoy-able occupation. Being especially fond ofHershey bars and cookies she spends thegreater part of her time at Gilliams or inEoom 108, and we wonder when she everstudies, but somehow she alwajs managesto pull good marks. Bess is a true daugh-ter of Old Virginia, lovable and attrac-tive—you would want her for jour friend. Some of us are afraid Hazel is goingto give up the noble calling of teaching forthat of a merchant, because she is alwaysgoing to Sell. I m afraid she would bea movie fan is she .just had time, butshe is always head over heels in work.

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