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The Chowanian. volume (Murfreesboro, N.C.) 1923-1989, October 25, 1923, Image 2

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Page 2 THE CHOWANIAN, CHOWAN COLLEGE, MURFREESBORO, N. C. Thursday, October 25, 1923. FAMOUS WOMEN OF CHOWAN good that men do, lives after cm”. This has ever been the case with Chowan College. Character building has ever been the case with Chowan College. Character building haj always been her aim. She is recognized as great, because of her firished product. The noble women who have gone out from her walls in the past prove that her aims and Christian endeavor have not been in vain. A few of her former graduates are; Class of 1854 Elizabeth Hargiove (Mrs. I. B. Lc.ke) now living with her son, Pro fessor James Lake,,head of the de partment of physics at Wake Forest. Mrs, Lake’s husband was for many years president of the Roanoke (now Averett) College at Danville, Va. Class 1855 Amaret Reese (Mrs. P. S. Henson). D:-. Henson was a teacher in the in stitution for a number of years. Soon af‘er his marriage after the war, he went to Philadelphia, and was for a number of years pastor of the great Walnut Street Baptist Church there. L: ter, he went to the first Baptist Cl'urch of Chicago, and from there, he became pastor of the Tremont Temple Baptist Church, Boston. Mrs. Henron is now living at Lincoln, 111. Class of 1856 Fannie G. Brinson, married Dr. T. H. Pritchard, a prominent minister ■ in North Carolina, and for many | years the president of W&ke Forest! College. ^ r.- Class of 1858 Louisa Cobb, married Mr. N. B. Cobb. She was the mother of Dr. Collier Cobb, professor of geology at] the University of North Carolina. Class of 1860 Fannie Neal is now Mrs. F. M. Saunders of Washington, N. C. Class of 1861 Annie P. Thompson, now Mrs. T. B. Boushell, is living in Norfolk, Va. She is the mother of two of Chow an’s most loyal alumnae, and of Mr. Joseph Boushell, Raleigh, N. C. Class of 1867 Dora Askew, Mrs. T. G. Wood, is now living in Winton, N. C. Mrs. Wood’s father and sisters were al ways loyal friends to the college, and Mr. Wood at one time was trustee of the college and pastor of the local Baptist church: He was always a loyal friend of the college. Class of 1868 Angie B. Ferebee, one of the first trustees of the college and at the same time a warm and ardent friend of the institution. Lucy H. Owen, Mrs. D. A. Robert son, is now president emeritus of Greensboro Women’s College. Mrs. Robertson has done a wonderful work for the cause of education in North Carolina. She was president of the college when it was burned on the night of February, 1904. Through her undaunted courage undomitable perseverance, she led the alumnae in the struggle to rebuild, and the in stitution will ever be a tribute to her. She is still teaching in the in stitution. Class of 1^69 # Pauline Mitchell, Mrs. C. W. Mit chell, is now living in her home in Aulander. She is a daughter of W. W. Mitchell, second president of the college and for years was the main spring of its existence. She married Mr. C. W. Mitchell, a farmer presi dent of the college, who was also one of the greatest friends the college ever had. Bettie Mitchell, Mrs. Thomas Vann, is now living near Aulander, N. C., and is a sister of Mrs. C. W. Mitchell. SCIENCE TEACHERS VISIT LABS AT WAKE FOREST AND MEREDITH On October 13, Misses Robinson and Caldwell visited the science Iaborato]-ies at Wake Forest and Meredith to information concern ing new equipment to be bought for the Chemistry and Physic depart ments at Chowan. While at Wake Forest they had the interesting experience of hearing the report from New York of the World Series over the radio set in the Phy sics Lab. of the College, and also wit nessed the triumph of Old Gold and Black over Lynchburg College foot ball team on Gore Field to the tune of 25 to 0. ALUMNAE NEWS Inez Matthews, Editor In answer to question of Mrs. F. C. Saunders: Mrs. I. B. Lake was Miss Elizabeth Marable. (All questions regarding alumnae ^iven careful attention). E. H. Nicholson DRUGS Toilet Articles, Stationery, Candies and Up-To-Date Soda Fountain Murfreesboro, N. C. TOMORROW? IMAGINATION is the key which unlocks the door to opportunity. Our job today is to get ready for tomorrow. Money is the trade token of labor. Labor is power—and power is good—when it is used with a thought of tomor row. The man standing behind the door is the YOU of tomorrow. Who is he and what he is depends upon you and you alone. Initiative is the individual need of today—it’s the word with four “IFs” in it. Put that word in tomorrow s tool box—and use it. It will get you somewhere. Indifference—Doubt—Lack of Self Confidence—Want of Purpose—they all lead to defeat and make labor drudgery and unprofitable. A bank book is an important text book. Acquire one, filling its entry regularly even though in a small way, and soon you will be able to grasp opportunities which will insure your tomorrow. START TODAY THE PEOPLES BANK Murfreesboro, N. C. I

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