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Identifier: LONGWOOD_COLLEGE_ROTUNDA_1926-10_to_1933-05
Title: The Rotunda
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Longwood College Longwood University
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Publisher: [Farmville, Va.]
Contributing Library: Longwood University
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation


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he week-endguests of Lee Bacon at her home inKenbridge. Theieasa Malone spent the week-endin Dundas . Julia Elam spent the week-end athei- home in Trevilians and had asher guests, Gertrude McCall, MariaWairen, Virginia Osborn, HelenDunkley and Pearl Johnson. Letitia and Mary Keene Penn.,Carrie Ward and, Margaret Lovingspent the week-end at home in Roa-noke. Florence Ashburn went to Suffolkfor the week-end. Evelyn Mills spent the week-end ather home in Mineral, Va. Frances Guthrie spent the week-end with Cathrine Cook at her homein Richmond. Virginia Buxton of Portsmouthvisited Elsie Clements and MildredDeans during the week-end. Elsie Fox, Mildred Varner and Ca-therine Claud vistied at BlackstoneCollege for the week-end. Anne Morris was at her home inJetersville for the week-end. Elizabeth Faulkner, Elizabeth Saw-yer, and Elizabeth Richardson, spentthe week-end at their homes in Nor-folk. Lelia De Shazo was at her home inSoutherlin for the week-end. THE ROTUNDA THURSDAY, FEB. 14. 1020

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A MOTTO The ship sails on and onThat ship of Sophomores,Many trials they have borne—Yet their anchor never lovvrers,. We hope—we pray—we hope again-That ship sails stoutly on.Through ages of snow and rain.To find a newer ideal born. Weve had many a happy timeWe Sophomores of 29Weve lived our motto—nice—Joy and Success Thru Service. J. C. S., 31 STARS Stars are perpetuations of singingwater Caught in a moment brief tq be fash-ioned in silver And hung n the wide, blue spaces ofmidnight. Stars are the hurried whispers ofsecret lovers Softly entoned as the rise and the fallof a fountain Sudden impulses of dull, deliberatethinkers. Moments of passionate beauty impris-oned forever. E. P. F., :n FRIENDS True, loyal, and kind are they.The ones wed like to findBut hunt as you might all day.Not so easy to find that kind. If once a treasure you spy. In an old and obscure place. Shelter, feed, and keep it—do not let it dieLet it the world embrace. Keep it, relish it, cherish it too.No


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