Miss Powers' Scrapbook
Montgomery County Organization Hosts at Tea
July 14, 1930
Monday afternoon the
Montgomery County Organization entertained the faculty and student body
of the Austin Peay normal with an informal tea in the cafeteria
at Howell school. Large art baskets, containins a tasteful
arrangement of Queen Anne's lace, sun flowers and hardy phlox, were
used to decorate. The guest were received by Mesdames Carolyn
Ridgeway and Della Hudson, Misses Lucile Weker, Sara Cooper, Pear Lyle,
Hazel Chadwick and George Caroland.
Miss Verda Williams presided over a varied program
of interesting numbers, including a piano solo by Miss Louise Kerr, a
tap dance by Jack Frost, a musical number by Billy Ozment and Cora
Sadler. Two humorous readings were given by Mrs. C. V. Fry and
Miss Irene Bourn.
The amusing part of the program was the clever "take
off" on each member of the faculty, emphasizing their chief
characteristic. Those taking part were Mabel Kennedy as Mr.
McCord; Sara Abenathy, Mrs. Harvill; John Power, Miss Lacy; Mrs. Boyer,
Dr. Jackson; Sadie Pollard, Mrs. Jackson; Verda Broome, Miss Huff;
Suzanna Roberts, Mr. Moffit; Mrs. Hambaugh, Mrs. Kerr; Brown McCord,
Mr. Woodward; Margaret Walker, Miss Jackson; Pauline Cooper, Miss
Wallace;Ashley Dabbs, Mr. Bond; Christian Webb, Miss Tanner; Mrs.
Butler, Mrs. Belle; Maude Yarbrough, Mr. Nicholson; Louise Lyle,
Miss Buchanan; Mrs. Russell, Mr. Grayden; Teresa Wilson, Mrs.
Morrow; Nannie Swift, Mr. Alden; Hattie Minor, Mrs. Johnson; Mec
Ussery, Mr. Massie; Elizabeth Bellamy, Miss Brown; Mrs. Stetson Harvey,
Mr. Howell; Sara Rollow, Brown McCord, Ruby Perrty , Mrs. Williams.
Mrs. M. W. Boyer and Miss Sadie Pollard as Dr. and
Mrs. Jackson received the prize for the best impersonation.
Under the direction of Mrs. T. M. Lunderman tea was
served to the two hundred and fifty guest by the folowing girls:
Misses Helen Weems, Ruth Edmondson, Elizabeth Bumpus, Frances Kennedy,
The program was arranged by the following
committee: Mrs. Porter Powell, Chairman; Misses Margaret Walker,
Sara Cooper, John Power, Mesdames Carolyn Ridgeway, Della Hudson,
William Lyle. Miss Grace Leech was chairman of the decorations