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rho purpose <>| ?lit' College is to
ot?cr i" i lie women ol South Carolina
an opportunity to secure a real college
education, eq.ial to that ottered lo the
young men ol (he State. Women are
interested today more lhan ever before
in all civic and social progress. State
and ("itv have taken out ol' her hands
many ol lile things it was I? innerly her
peculiar duly to look alter. This leaves
her the time, and she has the ability, to
help in the larger handling ol' these
things. I hat is the reason she is in
terested in the milk and waler problems,
in better sanilatnn, in hospitals, in bet
ter houses lor the poor. If she is al
lowed to take a hand in the manage
ment ol these things she will do it well.
All these things, il will be observed,
touch the home, and woman's interest
in them is but an earnest, honest, pat
riotic effort on her part to become
more eliicient for the service she can
render the home. She needs the right
kind ol Christian education to tit her
bu this service. The purpose ol'Ander
son College is to oller her this kind of
A laige faculty of well-trained
Christian men and women of experi
ence has been secured for the follow
ing session. Tiley are prepared to
devote their lives to the proper training
ol the voung women committed to their
care. The President of the College,
Di. Kinard, has had eighteen years ex
perience in educating the women ol
South Carolina. This large experience,
combined with foreign travel and an
intimate knowledge of the condition
of the public schools of South Carolina
will go tar towards helping him to
make lbj College what its friends and
all the friends of education want it to be.
Miss Helen P. Smith, a graduate of
Converse College, Smith College, and
Columbia University, is unusually well
lilted for the otlice of Lady Principal.
Cultured and relined in manner, herin
tluence on the lives of the students will
be one ot the most valuable assets of
A GROUP OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Kev. Graves L. Knight Mr. C. S. Sullivan
W. A. Watson Mr. R. S. Litfon
Col. J. N. Brown
Kev. W. E. Thayer Mr. M. M. Mattison
Rev. L. J. Bristow Mr. Prue E. Clinkscales Col. H. H. Walk
A CLASS IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Names of Faculty.
J AMPS I* KIN ARD, H. s., I'll. I) , President.
Tile Citndel, Johns Hopkins University.
Professur <>f English Winthrop College IH!).r>-|0|:l.
Professor of English thc Citadel, ly IS- Hill
C. M. FAITHFUL!,, A. H., Viee-Presidcnt
William Jewell College.
Associate President of Liberty Ladies College,
PHILOSOPHY AND BIBLE.
HELEN P. SMITH, A. B., A. M.
Converse College, Smith College, Columbia
University, N. Y.
JOHN II. WILLIAMS, A. Ii.
William Jewell College.
Instructor in I'll y sics William Jewell Coll?ge.
M AH Y SEYMOUR ABBOTT, Ii. S , A. M.
Ottawa University, Columbia University, N. Y.,
Burleigh School of Lan ii un Hes, N. Y. Teacher
?if Modern Languages and Lady Principal
Bessie l ift College.
HELEN HUNTER, A B.
Newberry College. Graduate work at University
of Chicago and University of Virginia.
HAZEL E. ALWAHD, A. IV, A. M.
olivet Coll?ge, Michigan, University of Michigan.
FLORENCE MADDOCKS, II. S.
Kentucky State University, Graduate work
Columbia University, N. Y., Teacher of
Mathematics, William Wood Col
lege, Fulton, Mo.
MADELEINE deVEBRE, A. B.
Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Columbia
University, New York.
HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.
OLGA V. PRUITT, M. !>., College Physician.
Maryland Medical College. Graduate work in
Johns Hopkins University.
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
FREUERIC GOODE, Director of Music.
Pupil of W. H. Sherwood, Chicago, and Jose
PIANO AND ORGAN.
SARA E. STR AN ?THAN,
Graduate in Piano and Voice from Dcuisoi Con
servatory, Private pupil Otto Enguers. n.
Columbus, Ohio, Carl Dufft, N. Y.,
William Whitney, Posion and
Madame ida il. Lurig,
MRS. FREDERIC GOODE,
Graduate of Judson College.
ASSOCIATE IN PIANO.
MISS NELL SMITH,
VIOLIN AND PIANO.
MARY DODSON RAMSEUR,
Studied at Converse College, Chase School of Art
New YorkCity, Academy of Design, N. Y.,
Chautauqua, N. Y., Art School of Paris.
ROBBIE P. WAKEFIELD, A. B.,
Greenville Female College, University of Tennessee.
Graduate of Emerson College of Oratory, Boston.
Teacher of Expression, Judson College.
EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE.
FELECIA H. MURRAY,
Hollins College, University of Tennessee, Columbia
University, N. Y.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND ART.
MRS. ELLA B. JOHNSON.
MATRON AND NURSE.
KATHERINE E. SHARP.