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CHARLES BARNES, Editor-in-Chief 
BILL BLANCHARD, Business Manager 

WHITTET & SHEPPERSON, Printers 
COLONIAL STUDIO, Photographers 




1957 




Yearbook of 

Richmond Professional Institute 

of the College of William and Mary 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 




INTRODUCTION 



Far into the future, the Cobblestone will re-echo the sounds of our campus — The 
footsteps of students hurrying to early morning classes — The sparkling laugh- 
ter of a girl and boy chatting on the steps of the Ad Building — The soft pat of 
snow dropping from the gables of the Library — Far into the years, the Cobble- 
stone will re-echo the memories of years spent at the Richmond Professional In- 
stitute — Richmond, an unusual city, not fitting exactly into any defined niche — 
RPI, a part of Richmond combining all the elements of the old and the new, of 
the cosmopolitan and the small town, of the great white way and the cobble- 
stone streets. This is RPI and on the next few pages you will get an inside look 
at Its academic, professional, and social facets, which will visibly record for you 
what makes it a college. 





CONTENTS 



ADMINISTRATION 

PAGE 

Administration 14 
Schools 1 7 



STUDENTS 

Seniors 34 

Juniors 52 

Sophomores 60 

Freshmen 68 




ORGANIZATIONS 

Student Government 80 

Dormitories 84 

Professional Clubs 96 

Religious Clubs 110 

Social Clubs 1 1 7 

FEATURES 

Cobblestone 122 

Beauties 124 

Proscrlpt 131 

Sports 132 

Music 139 

Drama 140 

Reflections 141 

ADVERTISEMENTS 

Advertisements 144 

Senior Directory 145 

Faculty Directory 157 



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Students In pursuit 

of knowledge . . . 

the point of departuie 

in all 

learning processes . . . 



Shafer Street at West Franklin; 
educational crossroads 
in Virginia . . . 





Over lunchi 
in the cafeteria, plans 
are made, classes 
and events discussed 






For some a day brings work 
in the lab and the 
expectancy of fulfillment 
through the sciences . . . 




There are tense moments, 
too, when the contest 
at hand 
is foremost . . . 




Always there are leisure moments 

to balance 

the more tedious hours 

spent in lecture and class . . . 




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The potentials 



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a repetition of 


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The student's room 
Is often not suitable for "House 
Beautiful" when days are so filled with 
school activities . . . 



A vital part of every day . . . 

dropping by the 

Slop Shop where friends 

are met and 

tensions forgotten . . . 



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The business machine 

Is the medium through which the 

student of Business, 

Psychology, or Statistics 

plies his vocational talent . . . 



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A faculty procession 

makes the student 

more aware of those who are 

here to Instruct 

and prepare him for a 

chosen field . . . 



The stilled strings of the cello 

await the abilities 

of the music student who comes to 

express himself through 

his profession . . . 




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Understanding and a desire to aid, 

find their outlets 

through community service . . . 




Spotlights, costumes, 
and a touch of humor . . 
:3r excellent items 
for a 
student variety show . . . 



The laughter and excitement of a party 

has its place in the life 

of every college student . . . 





This, then, is to 
introduce you to the 
scope of 
college life at the 
Richmond Professional 
Institute. 




ADMINISTRATION 
AND SCHOOLS 



H. H. Hibbs 
Provost 




Dr. and Mrs. Hibbs at their home on West Franklin Street. 



This year marks Dr. Hibbs' fortieth year at the 
Richmond Professional Institute. For all these years 
he has been watchful over the progress of the school 
and rewarded by its growing recognition. By means 
of the 1957 Cobblestone we wish to extend our 
great appreciation and best wishes for future success 
to one who has been so vital to the Richmond Pro- 
fessional Institute and to education in Virginia. 



Dr. Hibbs shown with architect's drawing of the latest pro- 
posed building (or R.P.I. 



"To you who have so lately been engaged in completing 
your education at RPI let me offer my congratulations. You 
have in no small way contributed to that pride which we 
mutually share for the educational philosophy of this institu- 
tion. Each one of you has had a large part in re-affirming my 
belief that RPI holds a distinct and generous share not only 
in the future of the South, but of other sections of the country 
as well. While your program here has been primarily voca- 
tional or professional, you have, no doubt, come to realize 
that no limitations have been placed on your individual cul- 
tural aspirations. By tempering a solid core of professional 
training with elected cultural subjects you have participated 
In an experience whose benefits will Increase with each 
year. In parting, may I add that It has been a privilege to 
have had a hand In furthering your education. Now as you 
go out to serve your state and nation let my best wishes go 
with you." 

H. H. HIBBS, Provost 



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Margaret L Johnson^ Dean 




DR. MARGARET L. JOHNSON 

Dean of Students 

Registrar 



Dunselor and friend to all wfio enter fier office dc 



As the principal co-ordinator between faculty, 
students, and administration. Dr. Johnson Is al- 
ways available to those who would seek her 
advice, hier office is one of the centers of ac- 
tivity dealing with all areas of school life. She 
Is both counselor and friend to all who enter her 
office door. 



William R. O'Connell, Jr. 

As Assistant to the Provost, Mr. O'Connell finds 
his days filled with the countless and various ac- 
tivities that such a title would indicate. As Act- 
ing Dean of Men, Chairman of the Absence 
Committee, and Secretary of Visual Aids Com- 
mittee, he is kept very busy but finds it an 
interesting job. Last Summer Mr. O'Connell 
represented Richmond In Sweden as the 1956 
"Community Ambassador." 




WILLIAM R. O'CONNELL, JR. 
Assistant to the Provost 




R. Hill fleet 



Director of Summer Session 

General Administrative Committee 

Discipline Committee 

Visual Aids Committee 

Scholarship and Student Employment Committee 

Committee of Admissions 



Rosamond NlcCanless 

General Administrative Committee 

Committee on the Library 

Discipline Committee 



Robert T. English, Jr. 

General Administrative Committee 
Scholarship and Student Employment Committee 



R. HILL FLEET, t^anager, Evening College 



ROSAMOND tvlcCANLESS, Librarian 



ROBERT T. ENGLISH, JR., Business Manager 




The School of Applied Science, in keep- 
ing with today's modern civilization, 
presents courses in its departnnents that 
aim for scientific advancement. Courses 
In the highly specialized field of biology 
and chemistry are offered. Training in 
physical therapy, medical laboratory 
technique, and biological and chemical 
laboratory techniques give the Applied 
Science student a well developed back- 
ground. 




Patricia Snedker, Thomas J. Vaughan, Jr., and Patricia Evans 
worlting at the balance scales in the chemistry lab. 



School of Applied Science 



Left to right: Mary E. Kapp, Director; Jane B. Gladding, Chemistry; Peggy W. Watts, Biology; 
Catherine Weaver, Chemistry; Margaret Long May, Biology; Lewis C. Goldstein, Biology; Walter 
L. Richards, Jr., Biology; Ralph E. Green, Physics. 




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School of Art 



The School of Art Is a distinctly profes- 
sional one in which the students devote 
the greater part of their time to work in 
the studio. It is one of the few schools 
In the South offering highly technical 
instruction in art in a college atmos- 
phere and environment. 



DEPARTMENT HEADS— FIRST ROW (left to right): 
Patrick Osso, Photography: Hazel Mundy, Costume 
Design and Fashion Illustration: Allan Eastnnan, Applied 
Arts and Crafts; Ruth Hyland. Art Education; John 
Hilton, Commercial Art; Raymond Hodges. Dramatic 
Art and Director. SECOND ROW (left to right): Mau- 
rice Bonds. Fine Art; Robert Hester, Interior Design. 




FIRST ROW (left to right): 
Theresa Pollak. Fine Arts; 
Elizabeth Birbari. Dramatic 
Art. 

SECOND ROW (left to 
right): Lucille Nes, Drama- 
tic Art; Charles Renick. Fine 
Art; William Loclcey. Jr., 
Dramatic Art. 



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School of Art 



Left to right: Otti Wmd- 
mueller, Costume Design: 
Veronta Shamp, Costume 
Design; Sailie Marks. Cos- 
tume Design; Dorothy Ham- 
ilton, Interior Design, 



The five major departments in the 
school are: Commercial Art, which pre- 
pares the student with a sound, well- 
rounded background for technical and 
creative art; Costume Design and Illus- 
tration, which trains students to become 
professional designers or illustrators; 
Fine Arts, which offers thorough work 
in the training and developing of the 
creative artist; Drama, preparing stu- 
dents for professional acting careers, 
radio work, or for teaching in the public 
schools; and Interior Design, which 
trains the student in the art of designing 
and of the decoration of interiors, both 
commercial and residential. 



Left to right: Haigh Jamgochian, Commercial Art; 
Arthur Biehl, Commercial Art; Walter Brownson, Com- 
mercial Art; William Bevilaqua, Commercial Art; 
Winston Hough, Commercial Art; Francis Moore, Com- 
mercial Art. 






Seven major departments, different in 
character but working together as a speci- 
fic school, make up the School of Applied 
Social Science. The fields of social wel- 
fare, sociology, recreational leadership, 
physical education, elementary and secon- 
dary education, history and government, 
offer to the student many diversified 
courses, some as department majors and 
others to supplement the professional train- 
ing and give the professional a broader 
general background. 



ONE OF RPI's LATEST CLASS ADDITIONS . . . 

BALLROOM DANCING 

Louis Teykaerts shows new dance step with Beverly Rosenbaun 



School of Applied Social Science 



FIRST ROW (left to right): Louis Teykaerts, Physical Education: Lois Washer, Recreational Leadership, 
Acting Director: Pearl McD. Burlord, Elementary Education; Dorothy Hilllard. Physical Education: 
Nadla Danllevsky, Sociology; Alger Maynard, Secondary Education. SECOND ROW (left to right): 
Marvin Ingram, History; Marshall Snelling. Sociology; Howard Davis. Government. THIRD ROW (left 
to right): Edward Allen, Physical Education; Albert Rogers, History. 




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Left to right: Howard Davis, Economics; Kenneth Zinnmer. Business Education, Director; Shun-Hsin 
Chou, Business; Marvin Inqrann, Economics. 



School of Business 



Left to right: Grace Taylor; David Willis; John Lambert; Russell Johnston; Lee Ha 
EInora Overly. 



To prepare students for the great 
variety of occupations available in 
modern business, the School of 
Business offers extensive courses in 
secretarial work, teacher educa- 
tion, accounting, personnel work, 
and general business. The length 
of these programs varies from one 
to four years. This year, for the 
first time, graduate courses were 
given for those students who plan 
to get a Masters Degree In Business. 




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The courses offered in the School of 
Clinical and Applied Psychology pre- 
pare students for work in either of the 
two fields on two levels; the professional, 
or the technician or semi-professional 
level. The school attempts to apply 
psychology to the whole area of life it- 
self. Besides providing practical ex- 
perience through field work, research 
on various tests and techniques are also 
offered. 



Ray Naar and George Burroughs shown evaluating psychological testing results. 



School of Clinical and Applied Psychology 



FIRST ROW (left to right): Donald P. Ogdon: Roland O. Lueier; Dell Lebo; John A. Blake. SECOND 
ROW (left to right): Edwin R. Thomas; Vytautas J. Bieliauskas, Director. 




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FIRST ROW (left to right): Louis Williams, Advertising; Leonard Maiden, Retailing; Louis Kinum, 
Retailing; Kathering Bell, Retailing; Ralph Rush, Director. SECOND ROW (left to right): Mary 
Marks, Distributive Education; Thomas Donahoe, Retailing Institutes; Mary Wellman, Retailing. 



School of Distribution 



The School of Distribution has as its ob- 
jectives the preparation of men and 
women for careers in the broad field 
of distribution, which includes retailing, 
advertising, wholesaling, and teaching 
distributive education. It is the oldest 
school of its kind in the South and is in 
many ways unique. It has won national 
recognition and enjoys the interest and 
support of leaders in the field of distri- 
bution and vocational training. 



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Provost Hibbs greets Mr. J. C. Penny of the J. C. Penny Company, who 
visited the School of Distribution. 



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FUTURE DRAFTSMEN AND ENGINEERS AT WORK. 

Left to right: Richard Hughes, Thomas Trainham, Bernard Bogin, Bill 

Peebles, John Jacobsen, Fred Anderson, Bob Balderson, Bill Peyton. 



The Engineering and Drafting School 
here is offered in cooperation with the 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute. In addi- 
tion to the one year course in Drafting, 
the department offers junior college 
courses In Engineering. Students who 
have completed two years of work 
here in standard courses, or three years 
of work in cooperative programs, are 
able to transfer to, and complete their 
work at VPI in Blacksburg. 



School of Engineering and Drafting 



FIRST ROV/ (left to right): C. A. B, Foster, Manager VPI Division; Ralph Green. SECOND ROW 
(left to right): Malcolm Murrill; John Morgan: George Kennedy; Jacob Wollteau. 




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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT— FIRST ROW (left to right): E. Allan Brown. Head of Department; Betty 
Lloyd; Elizabeth Smith; Juliet L. Woodson; Anne Legge. SECOND ROW (left to right): Miles 
Woods; Joseph Smeall; Paul Wermuth. 

School of Journalism, Writing and Publication 



The Departments of English and Jour- 
nalism make up the School of Journa- 
lism, Writing and Publication. 
The English Department provides the 
professional student with a practical 
application ofgrammarand literature, 
and gives him a better understanding 
of the individual in his society. 
The Journalism Department gives 
specialized training to equip students 
for work on newspapers, magazines, 
trade publications, and in publicity, 
public relations, radio and newspaper 
advertising, and in teaching on the 
secondary level. 




JOURNALISM DEPARTMENT— Left to right 
Carl Wermine, Head of Department. 



Alexander; James E. Grimsle 



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The School of Music is of the con- 
servatory type in which students 
spend from seventy to eighty percent 
of their time in studios, recital halls, 
and practice rooms. The rest of the 
time is spent in general education. A 
member of the National Association 
of Schools of Music, it is the only 
state supported college in Virginia 
which provides this professional 
course of study. 



John Nelson offers Instruction to Robert Jackson at the organ consol( 



School of Music 



FIRST ROW (left to right): John Nelson, Organ; Jean H. McConnell, Piano; Bennet Reimer, Wood- 
winds; Dorothy Bailey, Piano; Milton Cherry, Violin. SECOND ROW (left to right): L. Wayne Batty, 
Voice; Volney Shepard, Piano, and Director; Donnald Tennant, Cello, and Music Education, 




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Left to right: Eunice Martin, Grace Hospital; Ruth Chllds. St. Elizabeth's; Harrlette Patteson, Grace 
Hospital; Olive Faulkner, Director; Kathryn Newcome, Grace Hospital. 



School of Nursing 



The School of Nursing offers to 
qualified women students programs 
in nursing, given in cooperation with 
Grace hlospital and Saint Elizabeth's 
Hospital here in Richmond and lo- 
cated only a few blocks away from 
the RPI campus. The three-year 
Junior College program leads to a 
diploma in nursing. This may be 
followed by an advanced program 
which leads to a B.S. in Applied 
Science. 




RPI's women in white going to 



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Miss Elizabeth H. Messick, Profes- 
sor and Head of The School of 
Occupational Therapy, served this 
year on the Defense Advisory 
Comnnission on women in the ser- 
vice. This Board, organized by 
President Eisenhower, had its mem- 
bers appointed by Secretary of 
Defense Wilson. The School is in- 
deed proud of Miss Messick for 
having achieved this honor. Under 
her direction, The School of Occu- 
pational Therapy strives to present 
its meaning and purpose to those 
students who enter the department. 



Left to right: William Sparks; Bette Hopkins; 
H, Elizabeth Messick, Director; Genevieve 
Cummings 



School of Occupational Therapy 




Occupational Therapy is the scien- 
tific application of any activity, 
mental or physical, prescribed by 
a physician and administered by a 
trained Therapist. The Occupa- 
tional Therapist must know how the 
human body functions in order that 
he may treat the patient according 
to the doctor's request. The School 
of Occupational Therapy gives the 
student the necessary training he 
must have to carry out these duties. 



Alice Jayne Bryant, Jsn Kuyk and Charlotte Greenstein at work 
setting up a loonn in the Weaving Studio. 



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School of Social Work - Graduate 



The Graduate School of Social 
Work has the distinction of being 
the oldest school of its kind in the 
South and the first school estab- 
lished at RPI, beginning on an 
undergraduate level. It offers a 
program of education designed to 
meet the requirements for a career 
in social work. Field work gives 
the student an opportunity to de- 
velop techniques and skills in the 
handling of individual and group 
social problems in private, public, 
and social agencies. 




Left to right: Margaretta Reynolds; Evelyn Cochran; George Kalit, Director; Alleen Shan 
Lois Washer; Barbara Judkins. 



School of Rehabilitation -Graduate 



The School of Rehabilitation offers 
a program which gives the pros- 
pective rehabilitation counselor aid 
in developing skills and knowledge 
necessary for effective rehabilita- 
tion counseling and placement of 
the handicapped person. Course 
requirements are planned to meet 
the needs of individual students de- 
pending on their previous training 
and experience in the field of 
rehabilitation. 



Left to right: Marvin Barker; Wade O. 
Stahlnaker, Director. 




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STAFF 



As we know 
them best . . . 



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BILLIE HARLESS, Secretary to Mr. O'Connell 



ROSALIE S. PACE, Secretary of Admissions 



GLADYS K. TEDDER, RUTH P. BUTLER, Veterans Administration Coordinators 

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SALLY C. BARRON, Assistant Registrar 



ANNIE P. SIMMS, Secretary to Dr. Johnson 



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STAFF 



. . . 05 they are 
frequently found. 



WILLIAM J. COSBY, Auditor 

LUCILLE TERRY, Library ELIZABETH FARY, Library SUSAN C. LANCASTER, Librarian NELDA PARRISH, Cashier 




LILLIE HAUPT. Nurse 



MAMIE SLATE, Switchboard operator 




STUDENTS 




SENIOR CLASS 



The hour has finally come; books are closed, classrooms silent, 
memories set; the mortarboard is in place, the tassel hangs on 
the side, the diploma is in reach. The music begins, the proces- 
sion moves forward, hearts beat faster; it is a cherished hour, 
the one that has been long awaited! It is an hour of excitement, 
of sentiment, happiness and sadness. Four years have been spent 
in preparation; years filled with the never to be forgotten mo- 
ments of campus life. Four years of studying, working, and of 
having fun together. All these things have gone into the making 
of this hour — this hour of graduation . . . 



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Officers 

President LESTER SIMPSON 

Vice-President HARRY SHUMATE 

Secretary BEVERLY ROSENBAUM 

Treasurer JANE TOMBES 

S.G.A. Representative ED PEEPLES 

Adviser MILES WOODS 



SENIORS 




Foreground (left to right): Lester Simpson, Beverly Rosenba 
Tombes, Harry Shumate, Miles Woods, Ed Peeples. 



Background (left to right): Jane 




JEAN KEININGHAM, Scholarship Ke 



EUGENE READE. Scholarship Ko 



SENIOR AWARDS 

Scholarship - Leadership - Art 



GERALDINE BROWN, Scholarship Key JOHN TOBIN, Leadership Key 



HARRY SHUMATE, Leadership Key 




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LESTER SIMPSON, Leadership Key 



EDWARD PEEPLES, Leadership Key 



Art Achievement Keys 



CLAUDINE CAREW 
Drama 



CHARLES BARNES 
Interior Design 



WARD HILDRETH 
Commercial Art 



JAMES LEEDY 
Fine Ar' 




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Carol D. Alcock 

WEST ORANGE. NEW JERSEY 
B.S. in Chemical Technology 

Barbara Jean Allen 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Fashion Illustration 

Deloris Jean Arrington 

GRUNDY. VIRGINIA 

B.S. !n Distributive Education 













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Anna B. Atkins 

CHESTERFIELD. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Cecile Burnett Banks 

SANDSTON. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Charles Milton Barnes 

WILSON. NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 



Annie Frances Belcher 

WINTERPOCK. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Nettie Henderson Belvin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor o( Music Education 

Warren Setts 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Charles W. Bishop 

WAVERLY, VIRGINIA 
M.S. in Business 

Lois Claire Black 

FEASTERVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Arlene Ann Blaha 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




Julius Lenton Blanchard, Jr. 

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Business 

Les Arnold Bostic 

BISCOE. NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Beverly Jean Bowden 

ATLANTA. GEORGIA 

B.S. !n Occupational Therapy 



Hughes Lacy Britfon, Jr. 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Patricia Mary Broaddus 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Geraldine Marguerite Brown 

HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 






Major H. F. Bryant 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Joyce Ruth Burke 

ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA 



B.S. in So 



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Nancy Jeannine Calvert 

DANVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Santlna Alexis Canfora 

NEVv/ CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.F.A. In Art Education 

Rhoda Claudene Carev/ 

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 
I.F.A. in Dramatic Art and Speech 

Minnie Ann Carr 

WINDSOR, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 




Barbara Newnnan Coffman 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

George Gerald Davis 

FARMVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. In Fashion Illustration 

Betty Ann Delaney 

FRANKLIN. VIRGINIA 

B.S. In Distributive Education 







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Joe B. Dent, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Nancy Carroll Downer 

GORDONSVILLE, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music 

Teresa Marie Dumouchelle 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music 








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Rosemary Lee Feese 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
l.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Ruth Mary Fetters 

GARDNERS, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Edward Charles Fields 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 






William Lawrence Flagge 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Advertising 

Carol Elizabeth Folts 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Lorena Kay Fouts 

HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 






Frank Hewitt Fox 

TALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA 
l.S. in Occupational Therapy 

John A. Friend, Jr. 

CHATHAM, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

John William Geaslen 

FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Advertising 




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Sylvia Truman Genlry 

LEE HALL. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Jane Moore Gibson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Art Education 

Jean Cameron Gilliam 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.F.A. in Costume Design 





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Denice Barbara Goodfeilow 

BROOKFIELD CENTER, CONNECTICUT 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 

George Ben Gose 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 

Alice Lee Grover 

BEALTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 






Jane M. Grubb 

MATHEWS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Erwin William Guhr 

TRENTON. NEW JERSEY 
B.F.A. in Fine Art 

Nancy Northea Hardy 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 





Ira W. Harlow 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Mary Ella Herbert 

ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 

Ward Smith Hildreth 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 





Melissa Ann Hudgins 

MATHEWS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Leon R. Johnson, Jr. 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Brice Edward Johnston, Jr. 

WARWICK, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Psychology 









Jeanette Charlene Johnston 

HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.F.A. In Fine Arts 

Patricia Neal Johnston 

SALEM. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 

Carl Edward Jorgensen 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 






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Orville Hugh Jones, Jr. 

RAINSWOOD, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 

Thomas Ellis Jones 

RICHMOND, VIRGIN. A 
B.F.A. in Fine Arts 

Melvin Kegley 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 



Jean Tribble Keiningham 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Sidney Max Knee 

YORK, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.F.A. in Art Education 

Elaine Spero Koumparakis 

MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Drama Education 




Janet Cowling Kuyk 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Occupational Therapy 

Norma Ellyn Lamb 

BALDWINSVILLE, NEW YORK 
B.S. in Distributive Education 

Jacqueline Claire Lammers 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 
B.S. in Social Science 



Rosa Jean Larkin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Evelyn Mae Layne 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Almalyle Marshall Lea 

MASSIES MILL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Chemical Technology 



James A. Leedy 

RICHLANDS. VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Fine Arts 

June Craige Leffel 

ROANOKE. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Psychology 

Ralph Bernard Lewis 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 





Carlton H. Lucy 

DOLPHIN, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 



Williann Boyle McCracken, Jr. 

FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Sandra Joy Madacey 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 
B F.A. in Drannallc Art 



Charles Albert Magee 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Barbara Ann Martin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Benjamin Franklin Matthias 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 











Joe Fred Mayer 

JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Gretchen Row Messick 

BIVALVE, MARYLAND 
B.S. in Social Science 

Gloria Mitchell 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Distribution 




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Blanche Stillman Morris 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Judith Guy Morris 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Commercial Art 

James Piper Moyers 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Art Education 







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Lucille Anne'te Myers 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Dramatic Art 

Charles Douglas Neal 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Norma Marie Neathery 

HALIFAX, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Retailing 






Joseph Nedlock 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 

B.S. in Chemical Technology 

Paulette Nelson 

BENNETTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Distributive Education 

Norman Jackson Nuckols 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 






James Frederick Ogburn 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Robert D. Padgett 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Oliver Allen Pamplin 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music Education 




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Robert Joseph Parr 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
!.S. In Distributive Education 

Betty Ann Paschall 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Hugh Carlton Paschall 

BON AIR, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Busin3s-. 





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Jack Flenriing Paschall 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Billy R. Paul 

SOUTH NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Commercial Art 

Edward Harden Peeples 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 
B.S. in Social Science 






Jean Pendergrass 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Charles Thronton Perkins 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Applied Social Science 

Joyce Marie Perry 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Sociology 






Charles Merritt Pulley 

IVOR, VIRGINIA 

B.F.A. in Interior Design 

Thomas F. Purcell 

GLEN ALLEN, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Sharon Saks Putze 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 




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Robert Allen Ramsey 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Carol Ravndal 

LITTLE SILVER, NEW JERSEY 
I.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Eugene Waiter Reade 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
Bachelor of Music 






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Charles Albert Reynolds 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Jean Wooldridge Richardson 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

John Gilbert Richardson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 






Miriam Elizabeth Robinson 

DOLPHIN, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Beverley Rosenbaum 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Psychology 

Barbara Harding Sant 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Art Education 






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Nancy Jane Schlossberg 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Jannes Lewis Shearin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. In Occupational Therapy 

Jeanette H. Shearin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

B.S. In Occupational Therapy 








Robert C. Shira 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN 
B.F.A. In Commercial Art 

Aubrey Delino Shuler 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Harry A. Shumate 

HEALING SPRINGS, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 



Lester Thomas Simpson 

NORWOOD. NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. In Distributive Education 

Margaret Anne Slaughter 

FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. In Fashion Illustration 

Jack Milton Smart 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



Janet Fay Smith 

DALLAS, TEXAS 
Bachelor of Music Education 

Patricia Wood Smith 

BOWLING GREEN, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

William Horace Smith 

CAPE CHARLES, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Advertising 






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Margaret Therese Solari 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Rudolph H. Spencer 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Retailing 

Carolyn Jefferson Sprinkle 

LEWISVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Social Science 






Use S. Stahl 

RiCHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Milburn Brownlee Templeton 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Social Science 

Jacquelyn Brian Terwilliger 

EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA 
B.F.A. In Fashion Illustration 




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John Hayden Thomas 

BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 



John Henry Tobin, Jr. 

BENTONVILLE, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Jane Marguerite Tombes 

GOSHEN, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Retailing 







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Robert V. Turner 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Phyllis A. Van Valkinburgh 

COHOES, NEW YORK 
Bachelor of Music Education 

Barbara Louise Virgin 

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 



Leo A. Vollenweider 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Donald Lee Weiker 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Ann Catherine White 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 



Ann McCaul Wilkinson 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Fred Andrew Williams 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 

Norma Roberta Williamson 

BETHEL. NORTH CAROLINA 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




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Peggy Jo Wilson 

B'G STONE GAP, VIRGINIA 
B.F.A. in Interior Design 

James Sylvester WindschitI 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 

Margaret Jones Wood 

CONCORD. VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Social Science 




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Bill Woodruff 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Psychology 

Jim D. Wrenn 

HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA 
B.S. In Business 

Robert Leath Zentmeyer 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
B.S. in Business 






Ruth Jacquelyn Acord 

STAUNTON. VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Illustration 

Catherine Cordelia Albert 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Design 

Helen Holt Baker 

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Illustration 



Meredith Anne Chambers 

COLUMBUS, OHIO 

Three-year certificate in 
Com;7iercial Art 

Faye Epstein 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Illustration 

Suzanne Faulkner Jones 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Three-year certificate In 
Fashion Illustration 








Chester M. Meares, Jr. 

NEWPORT, NORTH CAROLINA 
Three-year certificate In 
Commercial Art 

Sylvia Milier 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTA^^ 

Three-year certificate in 
Costume Design 

Walter James Obman 

STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT 

Three-year certificate in 
Commercial Art 






Yvonne Payne 

MAN. WEST VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate in 
Interior Design 

Barbara Trafton Smith 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Design 

Nancy Ann Smyth 

RADFORD, VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate In 
Costume Design 






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Shirley Ann Thomas 

SALEM, VIRGINIA 
Three-year certificate in 
Interior Design 

Martha Lee Williams 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 

Three-year certificate in 
Fashion Illustration 





Beverly Bloom 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 
Two-year certificate in Business 

Marilyn Maret Miller 

STRASBURG, VIRGINIA 
Two-year certificate in Business 



June and the inevitable for every 
senior — graduation; that magic day 
charged with anticipation if not a little 
uneasiness. But as seniors they leave 
fortified with four years of study and 
preparation. They have conne to know 
that the student never outgrows learn- 
ing, and that what they know cannot 
be measured entirely in terms of their 
diplomas. It can be measured by their 
awareness, understanding and love of 
life which has been the underlying 
theme of their college career. 




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1 . Dr. Hibbs addressing Seniors during a formal 
spring convocation. 

2. Joe Mayer and Beverly Rosenbaum engaging In 
rome intricate footwork in tfie Slop Shop. 



3. Practice teachers, Sylvia Gentry and Sandy Mada- 
cey, adnnire the art work of one of their pupils. 

4. Suzanne Jones stands in for Santa, who somehow 
couldn't make it, during the Fashion Department's 
Christmas Party. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



A wonderful day! Class rings are here! Lights are dimmed, soft 
music plays, couples in tfie Ring Figure — Mid-Winter's Dance! 
Tfiese are exciting days, filled with work and happy times. Mem- 
ories are made, plans for the up-and-coming final year, class 
schedules labored over. Marshals lead the procession of con- 
vocation; one they are soon to become a part of. New friend- 
ships are formed, and old ones renewed. Exams, parties, club 
meetings fill the hours. These are full and busy days — the days 
when we are Juniors . . . 



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Officers 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 

Adviser 



JOHN TOBIN 

MARGARET PARMESANO 

ALMA BURTON 

JACK CARVER 

LIZ MILLER 

WILLIAM LOCKEY 



JUNIORS 




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Tobin, Liz M 



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Barbari) J. Allen 
Maiilynn L. Becic 



Barbara Anderson 
Bruce B. Betts 



Albert Ardman 
Barbara S. Black 



Mary Kay Bachman 
Judy Black 



Anne Elizabeth Bardin Sally Beall 

Edwin S. Blacker Joyce W. Bridgers 




Alma Burton 
Linda H. Casky 



Mark Burnett 
Virginia Chapin 



Alice Cabe 
William H. Chorney 



Jane Cadwallade 
Christine Clark 



Hazel Camden 
Carroll B. Coakley 



Jack Carver 
Robin D. Creasy 



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Shirley Currier 
Judy Evans 



Alice Davidson 
John M. Falling 



Tuclc Davis 
Stewart E. Forrester 



Jane Dickson 
Ellen Sue Foster 



Dorofhy Diradour 
Walter L. Fowler 



Lucy English 
Mary M. Frages 



Toby Friedn 



Sarah Ga 



James Garlick 



William H. Green Irving Greenberg Sara Grogan 



Ralph Edward Gentry Anne Goodwyn Jay Gravely 

Louise Grubb Richard Hamilton Cathy Hammell 




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James Hart 
Paul Iddlngs 



W.H.Hawthorne 
Eleanor Imber 



Helen Hendry 
Irving C. Inge 



Norma Higdon 
Roy G. Jenkins 



Alice Hubard 
Beverly Anne Jessee 



Williams. Hunter 
Jaclcle Johnson 




Pat Joyce 

Joyce McClure 



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Ellen Kennett 
Richard T. McCray 



Howard Kerpelman 
Carol J. McManus 



Rosemary Kinne 
Micki Maclcey 



Betty Leatherman 
George D. Magil 



Brenda R. MacBalsey 
Edwin Marlcoff 



J U N I 



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Bobby Mdssengill 
Gerald B. Nobles 



Libby Matthis 
Donald Lee Norris 



Louis Michaux 
Margaret Parmesano 



Elizabeth Ann Miller 
Matt R. Palterson 



Peter D. Mills 
Glen A. Penrose 



Preston L. Minton 
Margaret Popejoy 



Margaret Ellen Powell 
Lynn Robinson 



Myrna Putnam 
Eleanor M. Rutty 



Walter Ratcllff 
Jane Rush 



Barbara Rapp John Rhodes 

Dorothy Edna Ryland Charles R. Seay 



Margaret Rigby 
Ronnie Selchrlst 










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Grace B. SIsler 
Clyde M. Thompson 



Evelyn M. Shlfflette 
Wayne E. Titmus 



Toni Staric 
Jeanne Tur 



Moseffa Sylces 
Jim Turner 



John Terry 
Cynthia Tyacic 



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Mary Babb Venable 
Thomas White 



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Pendleton Walker 
Arthur W.Wiikerso 



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Allen Witheringlon 



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Helen Womeldorl 




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Howard Woody 



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1. Junior Marshals seated, left to right: Libby Matthis, Margaret 
Parmesano, Barbara Black, Shirley Thomas. Standing: John 
Rhodes, John Tobin, Jerry Gholson, Jack Carver. 

2. Carol Langner and Irving Inge exchange compliments over their 
recently acquired class rings. 

3. Irv Greenberg makes Mr. Taylor, the campus policeman, an offi- 
cial guest at Seven-Twelve Dorm's Pogo party. 

4. Toni Stark and Dot Ryland bring back the flaming 20's, as ushers 
for the Variety Show. 




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Days of study; opened books, papers, tests, and ennpty 
pens! Coffee breaks, classes in the park, studies! These are 
the most strenuous days. When all are molded into individ- 
ual pattern, careers take form and expand, one year be- 
hind, two still ahead; glimpses into what the future holds in 
store! This time is perhaps the most difficult in the college 
experience; the test must be met! A time of prospective — 
the time when we are Sophomores . . . 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



CLASS MEETIN6 

APRIL 4- 




7:00 PM 
SHAFCR STREET 



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Left to right: David Richards, Marilyn Ende, Katherine Bell, Allan Eastman. 



SOPHOMORES 



Officers 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 



MARILYN ENDE 
ROBERT BRUSHWOOD 

KATHERINE BELL 

BEVERLY BLOOM 
DAVID RICHARDS 



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Arianne Adelsohn 
Beverly Basnight 



Barbara Hale Alexander Reba Anderson 

Kristine Baumgardner Diana Bausernnan 



James Arneft 
Suzanne Beckstoffe 



Jane Marisey Afltins 
Kathryn Bell 



Frank L.Badders 
Ann BIckerstaff 




James G. Blackman 
Rosalind Burkat 



Joseph M. Bowden 
Twila Campbell 



L. J. Brittle 
Benjamin Carmines 



Raleigh Earl Britton 
Penelope Lewis Carte 



Nelda F. Bruffee 
Barbara Caylor 



Bob Brushwood 
William D. Chumney 



S O P H O 



ORES 



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JamesV. Clark, Jr 
Gall Dahners 



Lucy Bette Clem 
Herschel Daniel 



Marye M, Coiner 
Tom Dewitt 




Patricia Ann Collins 
Ann DIedrich 



Patricia Evans 
John F. Gilbert 



William A. Fones 
Gerald H. Gregory 



Betty Wright Fraher 
Patricia Diane Gup 



Cecilia French 
Faye L.Hall 



Bruce L. Galles 
George L. hHanscn 



Nancy Gallagher 
June Harding 




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Bettie Hazelhurst 
Luther H. Hubbard 



Joyce Hogg 
Eugene H.Hunt 



Virginia Holland 
Janet D. Jarvis 



Betsy Holt Blanche R. Home 

Mary Jeanne Johnston Benjamin B. Jones 



Margaret Hoyte 
Genevieve F. Kamlnski 




Ann Kirby 
Dick Ledford 



Marcia Jane Kirk 
Jean Marie Lee 



John Kelly 
Robert Lee 



Carol Langner 
Shirley M. Leftwich 



Milton Larson 
Elizabeth A. Lupton 



Anne Latherwood 
Jacqueline McGrady 



S O P H O 



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David D. McLean 
John E. Mitchell 



Lewis M. McWhirt 
William M. Moore 



Jim Manning Merle Marston 

Randolph C. Nemecek Theresa A. Obaugh 



Paige Mayes 
Shelby J. Owens 



Sandra L. Mil 
Mary Jo Payn 



William O.Payne, Jr. Rhona Peck 
David Richards Ann Richards 



Elinor M. Powell 
BoyerG. Richardson 



Betty Quidley 
John D. Rogers 



Mary Raines 
Margaret Roper 



Phillip R. Redman 
Albert L. Roten 




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Arline M. Shafer 
LInde Stephenson 



Walters. Shanks 
Shirley Anne Stephens 



Roselind Singer 
m George Edward Stone 



Wilbur M.Sirles 
Juanita Stralev 



Carl T.Smith 
Keith Stuart 




Barbara Tucker 
Jane White 



Ronna Vaughn 
Nancy S.White 



Nancy Mae Walker 
Bonnie N. Williams 



Mary Jane Weston 
Myra Wills 



David Whitaker 
George Wimmer 



S O P H O 



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I.Jim Blackmon gives delicafe treatment to his Pogo portrait. 



2. Meet our own Marilyn Ende, a frightfully sensitive girl! 



3. Dave McLean and John Mitchell find professional interest in the 
Art Directors' Show. 



4. Time for Nelda Bruffee's formula! 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 



A new experience begins. Rat caps and signs are worn by all 
those who are about to partake of this new experience. Forms 
are filled out, endless lines, new faces! Adjustments are made; 
preparations for the life of a college student. The year begins 
and all are eager to make It a successful one. It is this first year 
that shapes and builds the pattern of those yet to come. It is a 
time of new ideas, new friends, new learning experiences. It Is a 
year spent In the fulfillment of campus activities, and it will always 
be Important because It is the first year — this year when we are 
Freshmen . . . 



Officers 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 



THOMAS SOLES 

JAN DEVORE 

CAROLE MATZEK 

BARBARA LEWIS 

JAN JEANETTE 



FRESHMEN 




Left to rigtit: Thomas Soles, Barbara Lewis. Carole t^/latzek, Jan Jeanette. Jan De 



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Samuel Aaronson 
Sylvia Abrams 



Katherine Carroll Adams 



Nan Albaugh 





Beverly Altschul 
Faye Ambrose 



Karen C. Baldwin 



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Carol Ball 
Trilby Barnes 



Patricia A. Battock 
Richard L. Beadles 



Dorothy Beard 
Shirley Beasley 



Barbara Ann Be!l 
William Bevllle 



Betty Sue Bollinger 
Janet Bond 



Robert Boswell 
Marylen Bowker 



Gerald Bradshav 
Lynne Brillheart 



Robert A. Brown 
Suzanne Brown 



Alice Jayne Bryant 
Ramon E. Bryant, Jr. 



Bob Buchanan 
Carole Butler 




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Darlene Davis 

Mary Margaret Davis 



Deana Marie Dempsey 
Janis M. Devore 



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Clarence D. Eaton 
Carole Jane Edwards 



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Edward A. English 
Shirley Etheridge 



James D. Flshe 
Ann Fitchett 



Nancy Gardner 
George Gilbert 



Ruth Gail Glover 
LoisE. Golding 



Marshall E. Graves 
Ann Cosby Hall 



Thelma M. Hammack 
Shirley Anne Hardy 



Thomas Harrison 
Francoise Hautekeete 



Ruth Margaret Farrar 
Esta Feldman 



Sarah Foyles 
Kenneth Fulton 



Patricia Gimbert 
Richard W. Glover 



Jeannle Gosnell 
Janice Graham 



Joanne Hamill 
Margaret Hammack 



Jean Harper 
Lucy Mae Harris 



Nancy Havens 
Leona D. Hicks 








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Dixie Kegley 
Elwood C. Kelley 



Byron J. Klrkman 
Jane Larson 



Neva Lewis 
Georqe Litos 



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Frances L T. McConnell 
Peggy P. McNeal 



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Floyd L. McWilliams, Jr. 
William H. McWilliams 



Ernestine Martin 
Frances S. Martin 



Elizabeth S. Midgett 
Ann C. Miller 



Margaret A. Morand 
Jacqueline Morris 



Jacqueline Nash 
Sarah Louise Nicar 



Judy E. Peery 

Sara Anne Pennington 



Richard Porter 
Joan Pullian 



Mary Lou Major 
Ann Carolyn Manley 



Carole Matzek 
Betsy Michaux 



Larry H. Miller 

Norma Jeanne Montgomery 



Joan Munlord 
Mildred C. Mustard 



Ernest Merlin O'Ne 
Bill Parker 



Bell Peyton 

Donald Roberts Pond 



Donald Radcliffe 
Linda Ramsaur 





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Patricia R. Ramsey 
Eleanor Riddleberge 



Suellen Seigel 
Seymour L. Shames 



Evelyn Ann Sloyer 
Diane E. Smith 



Rebecca B. Spicer 
Claude A. Springfield 



Barbara Taylo 
Gayle Taylor 



Martha S. Thompson 
Roclda Thompson 



Judith Van Doren 
MarqaretC. Vesle 



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Joseph Rudder 
James T. Sears 



VickiSharpe 
Celia Siege! 



Fayette Regella Smith 
Thomas D. Soles 



Donna Stanton 
William B. Storey 



Gwendolyn Taylor 
Letitia H. Thompson 



Marian Tomlo 
Dwayne Tompkins 



Herman E. Via 
Judith Waldorf 



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Virginia R. Weichel 
Drusilla West 



Laura Whitten 
Bertie Wicker 



W. L.Wright, Jr. 
Diana Lee Wyand 



Patricia Sue White 
Thomas Whitehead 



Anne Virginia Wigg 
Alice Wilson 



Carolyn Yeatts 








Candidates for Freshman Class offices ioin hands as a climax to their political rally prior to voting. 



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1. A Freshman Rat is called upon to eat a rather conspicuous lunch dur- 
ing the traditional Rat Week at RPI. 

2. Would you believe a simple diaper change could excite so much in- 
terest? 

3. Freshman girls caught in the cafeteria line during an "air raid," be- 
lieved to be instigated by some member of the Junior Class. 

4. Tommy Whitehead, boy Rat, in pursuit of Jeannie Gosnel, girl Rat. 

5. Dr. Johnson and Davie presiding over Rat Court. 

6. A Freshman girl exhibits her talent at trimming a Rat's v/hiskers. 

7. This Freshman really gets right down to business in carrying out the 
"penalty" prescribed by Rat Court. 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



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JOHN THOMAS 



BETTY DELANEY 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



In matters concerning student and faculty rela- 
tions, The Student Government Association 
stands ready to promote better understanding 
and closer cooperation. The SGA is the voice 
of student opinion. It is always there to assist, 
often to counsel, sometimes to lead. The under- 



lying philosophy of the SGA is the belief that 
students can effectively govern themselves, 
tempered by the knowledge and guidance of 
superiors, and work towards a democratic spirit 
and understanding of others. 



BARBARA BLACK 




Officers 



President 


JOHN THOMAS 


Vice-President 


BETTY DELANEY 


Sscrefary 


BARBARA BLACK 


Treasurer 


ROBERT LEE 



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Seated (left to right): Dean Johnson, Marilyn Ende, Lester Simpson. Standing (left to right): Robert Lee, Barbara Black, John 
Thomas, Betty Delaney, John Tobin, Tom Soles. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Composed of Student Government officers and 
presidents of each class, the Executive Committee 
serves as an advisory organization to the Student 
Council and helps to lay the ground work on which 
the SGA builds. The committee plans various proj- 
ects and business procedures to be presented during 
the Student Council meetings. 







First Row (left to right): Bob Lee, John Thomas, Barbara Black, Ed Peeples. Liz Miller, Dave Richards. Second Row: Carole Matzeic, Don Campbell, 
Harry Shumate, Donna DeLuca, John Terry, Alice Davidson. Third Row: Carol Ravndal, Toni Stark, June Leffel, Micki Mackey. Fourth Row: Krlstlne 
Baumgardner, Matt Patterson, Irv Greenberg. Fifth Row: Pat Joyce, Edward English, Brenda MacBaisey, Phyllis Van Valkinburgh. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




At work above Is the Student Council Rules Committee (left to right) 
John Thomas, Joe Dent, Lester Simpson, Harry Shumate. 



Barbara Black, 



The Student Council is composed of 
representatives from each class, organ- 
ization, and dormitory on campus. The 
president presides over the weekly 
meetings where motions and petitions 
are introduced by the Executive Coun- 
cil or by other members. Through 
work in the Student Council, each 
member acquires practical knowledge 
in the ways of a democracy and how 
one should function, and at the same 
time serve as an example for other stu- 
dents on campus. 



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First Row (left to right): John Thomas, Dean Johnson. Betty Delaney. Second Row: Barbara Black, Ed Peeples, Lester Simpson, Liz Miller, John 
Tobin, Margaret Parmesano, Robert Lee. Third Row: David Richards, Marilyn Ende. 



HONOR COUNCIL 



It is the objective of the hHonor Council to encourage active 
admission of the student's inherent ideals of honor and to re- 
mind him of his duty to maintain his honor in the classroom 
as well as in all phases of college activity. It is the purpose 
of the Council to protect the rights of the individual and to 
decide justice in cases where infractions of the ^^o^or Code 
occur. 



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INTRODUCTION TO DORMITORIES 



The home away from home — this is the college dormitory, a place where 
each year come new faces and personalities and are woven into the every- 
day pattern of campus life. The dormitory has the problem of unifying 
these many varied people Into one homogeneous family that still have 
enough individuality to be interesting. The dormitories are one of the most 
important groups here in that they provide for the student the homey and 
wholesome atmosphere that is so necessary for a happy and rewarding 
college experience. 



WOIAEN'S INTER-DORM COUNCIL 

It is the duty of the Women's Inter-Dorm Council, through their various 
meetings, to provide the rules and regulations for the campus dormitories. 
Their purpose is to benefit dorm life in that it will be a harmonious one. 




Left to right: Patricia Smith, Betty Delaney, Marilyn Miller, Judy Blacic, Rosemary Feese, Tina Canfora, Margaret Parmesano. 



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Left to right: Linda Ramsaur, Meredith Chambers, Sandy Ogden, Mr.. Walk 



Jo Payne. Standing: Judy 



ANDERSON 



Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Freshman Representative 



JUDY BLACK 

SANDY OGDEN 

MEREDITH CHAMBERS 

MARY JO PAYNE 

LINDA RAMSAUR 



All Dressed up and no place to go? 
Not these young ladies who live in An- 
derson hHouse! They definitely have a 
place to go and no doubt their dates 
are someplace near by. During the year 
there are many parties, dances, and 
other socials which make life in a college 
dormitory a happier one. And when 
Saturday night comes around, scenes 
like this one in Anderson hHouse are re- 
peated throughout the campus. 



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Left to right: Patsy Dalton, Mrs. Nicholas, Billie Mac Waters, Tina Canfora, Ronna Vaughn. Second Row: Shirley Thomas 



Studies are finished, dates have gone, 
and these girls in Eight-Twenty-Eight 
Park Dormitory sneak in a few glimpses 
at the Late-Late-Late Movie on TV, not 
a scene too different than if they were 
in their own living rooms at home; but 
Eight-Twenty-Eight is home to these 
girls, and no doubt their hlousemother 
will run them upstairs if the TV program 
happens to be a double feature. 



Officers 

President TINA CANFORA 

Vice-President BILLIE MacWATERS 

Secretary SHIRLEY THOMAS 

Treasurer RONNA VAUGHN 

Freshman Representative PAT DALTON 



EIGHT-TWINTY-EIGHT PARK 



FOUNDER'S 



Officers 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Freshman Representative 



ROSEMARY FEESE 

JACKIE JOHNSON 

GRACE SISLER 

DIANA BAUSERMAN 

BARBARA KING 



Although dormitory life can be pretty 
strenuous at tinnes and an entire world 
of its own, the girls in Founders hHall 
always take time out to catch up on 
news of the outside world. And what 
better source of information than a 
cheerful hlousemother and a good 
news magazine. This dorm is one of 
the oldest on campus and the young 
women who call it home are proud to 
do so. 




Left to right: Mrs. Grantham. Rosemary Feese, Grace Sisler, Diana 
Bauserman, Jackie Johnson, Barbara King. 



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As the doors of Lee House open, one 
finds a cheerful smile and a meaning- 
ful welcome. It is here that campus 
life and home life meet together and 
emerge as one unit. It is this unit, 
which all the girls share, that becomes 
a high point of the successful and 
happy college experience. The girls 
in Lee hHouse follow the other dormi- 
tories on campus in living up to this 
goal. 



Officers 

President MARGARET PARMESANO 

Vice-President JANE FINKS 

Secretary LYNN ROBINSON 

Treasurer SHIRLEY STEPHENSON 
Freshman Representative SUE MARTIN 




Seated (left to right): Jane Finks, Margaret Parmesano. Standing (left to rigfit): Lynn Robinson, Sue 
Martin, Shirley Stephenson. 




First Row (left to right): Fran Horine, Toni Stark, Barbara Rapp. 
Second Row (left to right): Barbara Tucker, Pat Smith. 



lAEREDITH 



Officers 



President PAT SMITH 

Vice-President BARBARA RAPP 

Secretary TONI STARK 

Treasurer BARBARA TUCKER 

Freshman Representative FRAN HORINE 



When Spring comes to campuses, she 
brings with her many things. The girls in 
Meredith House, as in her sister dormi- 
tories, put on evening gown and slippers 
and prepare for the May Day Formal 
Dance. The sharp eye of each miss 
catches every detail and a rigid inspec- 
tion is carried on. The dances during 
the year create much excitement, and 
many a starry-eyed co-ed descends the 
stairs, after tedious hours at the mirror, 
to a waiting escort in dinner jacket. 



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Left to right: Mrs. Smith, Carol Ravndal, Pat Battcocic, Jane Tombes, Merle Marston, Sylvia Mil 



Officers 

President CAROL RAVNDAL 

Vice-President JANE TOMBES 

Secretary SYLVIA MILLER 

Treasurer MERLE MARSTON 

Freshman Representative PAT BATTCOCK 



As always, the door to RItter-Hickok 
is open wide to all those who would 
enter the lovely old Colonial style 
dormitory. A welcome smile from the 
hlousemother assures new students of 
a friendly atmosphere, and tells those 
who are returning that again, for the 
next nine months, this will be a place 
to call their own; their home away 
from home. 



RITTER-HICKOK 



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SHAFER 



Officers 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Freshman Representative 



MARILYN MILLER 

BONNIE PAYNE 

ALICE DAVIDSON 

LUCY CLEM 

SUE BROWN 



Taking time out from classes and studies, 
the girls in Shafer House relax with an 
evening of fun and music. It's great just 
to sit back and listen to a score from a 
Broadway musical or to a dreamy song 
by a favorite male singer. And who 
knows? . . . maybe later on in the eve- 
ning the fellows will drop by to dance a 
little. It's these things that make dormi- 
tory life such a pleasant one. 




Left to right: Alice Davidson, Bonnie Payne, Lucy Clem, Marilyn Miller. Sue Brown, Mrs. Hebbe 



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Loft to right: Phillip Coltrain. Al Ardman, Bruno Aii 



LAFAYETTE 



A dime and a phone booth can be 
mighty important to life in a men's 
dormitory as in the case of Lafayette. 
It may be a call home to the folks or 
last minute plans for that all important 
date, but in any case it will be a favorite 
gathering place for all male inhabitants. 
If the line gets too long, it's only one 
short block to Franklin Street and the 
women's dormitories! 




DORM MANAGERS: Charles Noblln and Did Hoge. 



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LAFA YETTE 



Officers 



President 


AL ARDMAN 


Vice-President 


BRUNO AMI 


Secretary-Treasurer 


PHIL COLTRAIN 





Just "goofing off" often takes the lorm o( a first rate songfest in the don 



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Officers (left to rigfit): Dave Whittaker, Irv Greenberg. Keith Stewart, Don Campbell 



SEVEN- TWEL VE 




Pete Tolleson, Assistant Dorm Manager: Kenneth McCuslter, 
Dorm Manager. 



It's hard to believe that so many men can be 
housed under one roof, much less crowd into 
one room! But the guys in Seven-Twelve 
prove it can be done and without too many 
getting in each other's way. Located off the 
actual campus, Seven-Twelve nevertheless, 
plays an important role in school social life. 
The many parties and other functions the 
dormitory sponsors each year are looked for- 
ward to by the entire campus. 



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FLOOR MONITORS— (left to right]; Did Porter, Dave McLe 
Pat Thomas, John Gilbert. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE— First Row (left to right): Jim Blackmon, 
Carl Smith, John Belt, Jerry Brownlee, Dave McLean, John Gil- 
bert. Second Row (left to right): John Mitchell, Did Porter, Irv 
Greenberg. 



Officers 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



IRV GREENBERG 

DAVE WHITTAKER 

KEITH STEWART 

DICK CAMPBELL 




MEN OF SEVEN-TWELVE 



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Creating a bond bet'| 

ence, the professione 

through which he car 

working with others fc 

ubs combine talents 

ental organizations 

hile also promoting a I 



'rofessional Clubs 

;n classroom instri^Pbn and practical ^Beri- 
lubs on campus ^^r the student a 
[press his Indivi^H desires and needs 
common goal^whe members of the vaHBJS 
id ideas Into^Wuniform program. Dep 
?hten the int^Hst expressed in major fli 
re thorouqj^Plderstanding of the professi 




Left to right: Mr. Hodges, Bonnie Payne, J 
Toni Stark. 



Bob Brushwood, Claudine Carew, Brenda tvlacBaisey, 



ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE 



Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 

Adviser 



CLAUDINE CAREW 

JIM BLACKMON 

TONI STARK 

JOHNNY BOLT 

BRENDA MacBAISEY 

RAYMOND HODGES 



The aesthetic quality of the student's person- 
ality finds its creative expression through the 
Art Students' League. Though the half-dozen 
clubs which comprise the League, the student 
follows his own particular interest, whether 
it be musical, artistic, or dramatic. The Acci- 
dental, Fine Art, and Interior Design Clubs, 
and the Theatre Associates all function to- 
gether in League activities. Among those 
this year were the annual Variety Show, the 
New York trip and the First Annual Film Fes- 
tival; four Friday evenings of famous film 
classics. 



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Left to right: Arline Shaffer, Charlotte Pole, Janet Smith, Eugene Reade, Wayne Batty, Sponsor; Phyllis Van Vallcinburgh, Dick Hamilton 



ACCIDENTAL CLUB 



Officers 

President RICHARD HAMILTON 

Vice-President JANET SMITH 

Secretary PAIGE MAYES 

Treasurer CHARLOTTE POLE 

S.G.A. Representative PHYLLIS VAN VALKINBURGH 



The Accidenfal Club, made up of music 
majors, furnished many club sponsored 
activities for its members this year. A 
bowling party started the first semester 
off and a panic for the seniors ended 
the year. In between, parties, concerts, 
and musical programs rounded out the 
year. 



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Besides bringing students into contact with 
workers in their field, the Commercial Art 
Club encourages its members to partici- 
pate in various activities from club art proj- 
ects to picnics. The main objective of this 
professional club is to promote the exhi- 
bition of student and professional art work. 
The departmental club also goes to New 
York in the spring with the other clubs of 
the Art Students' League. 



Officers 

President DAVID McLEAN 

Vice-President MARK BURNETT 

Secretary-Treasurer SARA GALLAMORE 

S.G.A. Representative DON CAMPBELL 



COMMERCIAL ART CLUB 




Left to right: Mark Burnett, Don Campb 



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FINE ARTS CLUB 



Officers 

President ROBERT BRUSHWOOD 

Vice-President ELEANOR RUFTY 

Secretary CHARLES STEVENSON 

Treasurer JUDY EVANS 

S.G.A. Representative DONNA DeLUCA 



This year, the Fine Arts Club spon- 
sored student art exhibits at a local 
laundromat, which changed every 
two weeks. Proceeds from the club's 
annual Art Auction as usual went to- 
ward a scholarship for some worthy 
art student. Activities for the year in- 
cluded the ASL Variety Show, and 
the trip to New York City following 
spring vacation. 




Left to right: Charles Renlcit, Eleanor Rufty, Charles Stevenson, Donna DeLuca, Judy Evans. Seated: Bob Brushwood. 



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Left to right: Shirley Thomas, Bonnie Payne, Al Ardman, Peggy Jo Wilson, Judy Black, and John Shearin 



INTERIOR DESIGN CLUB 



This year, the objective of the Interior 
Design Club was to show decorators 
in various phases of their work. Dis- 
covering the value of antiques and 
how to decorate with them was 
another major project. Field trips and 
various professional speakers through- 
out the year helped Interior Design 
students to stimulate interest in their 
field. 



Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 



BONNIE PAYNE 

SHIRLEY THOMAS 

JUDY BLACK 

PEGGY JO WILSON 

AL ARDMAN 




Left to right: MIcki Mackey, Gerald Nobles, Sally Seidman, Claudine Carew, Betty Bardln. 



Officers 

President CLAUDINE CAREW 

Vice-President GERALD NOBLES 

Secretary BETTY BARDIN 

Treasurer SALLY SEIDMAN 

S.G.A. Representative MICKI MACKEY 



Comprised of drama majors, the Thea- 
tre Associates Club presents speakers 
from the New York and hlollywood 
scene, and chooses students to receive 
the annual "hHodges Award" for out- 
standing work in dramatic ability. The 
club's main goal Is to aid the drama de- 
partment in their presentations during 
the year. This year, William Shake- 
speare's "Macbeth" was only one of the 
several fine productions put on by the 
drama department with the aid of this 
club. 



THEATRE ASSOCIATES 



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DISTRIBUTORS CLUB 



Officers 

President DAVID RICHARDS 

Vice-President THOMAS DeWITT 

Secretary LYNN ROBINSON 

Treasurer LUKE HUBBARD 

S.G.A. Representative JOE DENT 

Adviser LEONARD MAIDEN 



It is the goal of the Distributors Club 
to strengthen interest in the field of 
retailing, and also provide a link be- 
tween school theory and work experi- 
ence. This year, the club's social ac- 
tivity began with a jazz show to aid 
the SGA Scholarship Fund Drive, and 
ended with a picnic in the spring for 
all members. 




Left to right: Luke Hubbard, Adviser Leonard Maiden, Tom DsWitt, Lynn Robinson, David Richards, Liz Miller 



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OFFICERS— Left to right: Glen Penrose, Carl Jorgensen. Bill Blanchard, Marilyn Miller, Harry Shumate, Warren Betts. 

FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 




Business enterprise in action is the chief 
goal of the Future Business Leaders of 
America Club. The professional busi- 
ness club, this year, headlined two out- 
ings, a dinner dance, trip to New York, 
and other field trips. A Business Fair 
was put on and the club sponsored the 
hfeart Association Drive here on cam- 
pus. As an annual event, the Student 
Directory was published and sold by 
club members. 



ADVISORY COUNCIL— Left to right: David Willis, John D. Lambert, Russell 
Johnston. 



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Left to right: Don Wellter, Charles Boardman, Bill Green- 
law, Mosetta Sykes, John Erdnnan, Jack Hughes, Stewart 
Forrester, Buddy Fowler. 



Left to right; Jinn Windschitl, Margaret Vesley, Eugene 
Hunt, Roland Fujimoto, Bill Hunter, Al Roten, Wanda 
Ragsdale, Ed Butler, Barbara Bell, Charles Magee. 



Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 

Public Relations 

Historian 



BILL BLANCHARD 
WARREN BETTS 

MARILYN MILLER 
GLEN PENROSE 

HARRY SHUMATE 

CARLJORGENSEN 
...NANCY CALVERT 





Left to right (foreground): Bill Chorney, Dot Diradour, Bill G 
Upper left: Bill Fones, Shirley Stephenson, Donald Norris, Eli 
Powell. Upper right: Mary Raines, Leo Vollenweider, Ira Harl 
Sam Treger. 



At work putting out the annual Student Directory are (left to right): 
John Lambert, Shelby Owens, Joyce Hogg, Shirley Stephenson, Ann 
Owen. 



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The Future Teachers of America was or- 
ganized two years ago for the benefit 
of those students who plan to make 
teaching their profession. It is the goal 
of the club to learn more about the ad- 
vantages and opportunities in their 
chosen field. The club membership in- 
cludes students from all teacher training 
departments and throughout the year 
sponsors movies, speakers and field 
trips to various schools. 



Officers 

President .„ ANN WILKINSON 

Vice-President ALBERT REYNOLDS 

Secretary-Treasurer BLANCHE MORRIS 

Historian MARGARET SOLAR! 

S.G.A. Representative NANCY SCHLOSSBERG 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




Left to right: Albert Reynolds, Ann Wilkinson, Mrs. Hyland, Joy Gravely, Blanche Morris. 



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Left to right: Ed Markoff, Jerry Gholson, Pat Joyce, Coach Allen, Ed Peeples, Robert Padgett. 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



Officers 

President ED PEEPLES 

Vice-President ROBERT PADGETT 

Secretary JERRY GHOLSON 

Treasurer ED MARKOFF 
S.G.A. Representative PAT JOYCE 



The Monogram, or Award Winners 
Club, this year established and organ- 
ized a club scholarship fund. Along 
with such varied activities as alumni 
games, outings, and dances, the club 
also kept the college sports program an 
active and interesting one. Club mem- 
bers are those men who have earned a 
letter for RPI sports. 



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Left to right: KrU Baumgardner, Sara Cramer, Bill McCraken, Jim Shearin, Jeannette Shearin, Nelda Bruffee. Seated: Jean Larkin. 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY CLUB 



The Occupational Therapy Club strives 
to promote the professional knowledge 
and an interest in the field of O.T. 
annong the students. The club's pro- 
grams include speakers, panel discus- 
sions, vocational demonstrations, tours 
of the department, and special projects. 
Throughout the year the club also spon- 
sors a regional open house, parties for 
children at MCV, and socials for the 
members. 



Officers 

President JIM SHEARIN 

Vice-President BILL McCRACKEN 

Secretary JEAN LARKIN 

Treasurer NELDA BRUFFEE 

S.G.A. Representative KRIS BAUMGARDNER 



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Officers 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
S.G.A. Representative 



BILL WOODRUFF 

CHARLES MERRITT 

BRICE JOHNSON 

JUNE LEFFEL 



The Psychology Club holds as its main 
objectives the introduction of psychol- 
ogy in action to the members. This pro- 
fessional club sponsored field trips to 
Central and Eastern State hHospitals, and 
also provided socials, lectures, and dis- 
cussions for its members, most of whom 
are psychology majors. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




Left to right: 



Woodruff, Brice Johnson, June Leffel 



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fution, as in many^Wers, to fill the stu^wts' 
his spiritual need^Ht is through the vc^ius 
concerned with, 
to the individ^Ktudent, aid him in eg 
jetween the m^W aspects of his persor 
h for Christi^wdeals. All faiths are ref 
ery active throughout 
olic, Newman Club; Metf 
Westminster Fellowship; sf 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



Officers 



President MINI ANN CARR 

Vice-President JAN COOMBER 

Secretary-S.G.A. Representative EDWARD ENGLISH 



The Baptist Student Union, as its goal, 
strives to promote and achieve fellow- 
ship among the Baptist students on cam- 
pus. Its purpose Is to extend the influ- 
ence to the church to every campus and 
to make college life a more Christian 
one. Suppers, parties, outings, and con- 
ventions are held during the school year. 




Clockwise: Jean Keinlngham, Jan Coomber, Linda Stephenson, Edward English, Mini Ann Carr. 



The Canterbury Club, composed of 
Episcopal students on campus, spon- 
sored a program series which ran from 
December through February, "Religion 
Speaks Through The Professions." To 
strengthen the bonds between church 
and school was the major goal set by 
the club. All activities for the year em- 
phasized knowledge, faith and Christian 
fellowship with students on campus. 



Officers 

President BARBARA RAPP 

Vice-President ALMA BURTON 

Secretary-Treasurer GRETCHEN MESSICK 

S.G.A. Representative MILTON LARSEN 



CANTERBURY CLUB 




Left to right: Milton Larsen, Barbara Rapp, Patricia Evans, Alma Burton, W. Leigh Ribble, Nelda Bruffee, Gretchen Messick, Mrs. Homer Grind- 
staff, D.R.E., Milton Parker. 



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Left to right: Beverly Rosenbaum, Rosalind Singer, Carol Fink, Holly Schoenholz, Arlanne Adelsohn, Alice 
Davidson, Eileen Dorsk, Beverly Altschull, Sylvia Abrams. Second Row: Leonard Kessler, Sam Aaronson. 



HILLEL FOUNDATION 

Officers 



Serving the needs of Jewish students on 
campus, the Hillel Foundation gives to 
its mennbers various speakers, parties, 
and activities throughout the year. This 
year, a different speaker was presented 
each month, and the Rev. Esor Ben- 
Sareh spoke on the topic, "A Lession in 
Faith." Many buffet dinners and dances 
are also an Important part of this re- 
ligious club. 



First Semester: 

President BEVERLY ROSENBAUM 

Vice-President HOWARD KERPELMAN 

Secretary HOLLY SCHOENHOLZ 

Treasurer ROSALIND SINGER 

S.G.A. Representative ALICE DAVIDSON 

Second Semester: 

President EILEEN DORSK 

Vice-President SAM AARONSON 

Secretary ARIANNE ADELSOHN 

Treasurer SYLVIA ABRAMS 

S.G.A. Representative ALICE DAVIDSON 




Left to right: Anne White, Toni Stark. Nancy Gallagher, Barbara Virgin. 



NEWMAN CLUB 



The Newman Club strives to Instill in 
the Catholic students on campus a rev- 
erent love and knowledge of the church, 
and to guide students in uniting the 
spiritual and worldly aspects of his per- 
sonality. In addition to talks by out- 
standing members of the clergy and 
laity, panels and group discussions are 
also presented at the meetings. During 
the year, the club sponsors communion 
services, socials, and various other 
group-planned activities. 



Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 



ANN WHITE 

NANCY GALLAGHER 

BARBARA VIRGIN 

NEVA LEWIS 

TONI STARK 



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Officers 



President JOHN MITCHELL 

Vice-President DIXIE KEGLEY 

Secretary JUDY MORRIS 

Treasurer DOROTHY DOLLY 

S.G.A. Representative MATT PATTERSON 



This year, conference was the key word for 
members of the Wesley Foundation. Among 
some of the many the Methodists attended 
were the All State Conference in the fall, the 
Alcohol Education Seminar, the Central and 
Eastern Regional Conferences, and the All 
State Conference in the spring. One of the 
club's most important achievements was the 
organization of a Wesleyan Sunday School 
Class, made up of RPI students, at Pace 
Memorial Methodist Church. The church Is 
almost right on campus, being next door to 
the 712 dormitory. Another highlight of the 
year was a series of discussions on "Love, 
Courtship, and Marriage." 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 




First Row (left to right): Dorothy Dolly, Judy Morris, John Mitchell. Dixie Kegh 
Carolyn Manley, Adviser Jack Saddle, Joan Muggins. Twila Campbell. 




Left to right: Beth Lupton, Phillip Coltrain, Anne Leatherwood, Van Collon 



Affiliated with Grace Covenant Pres- 
byterian Church, it is the aim of the 
Westminster Fellov/ship to unite stu- 
dents on campus in Christian fellow- 
ship and to guide them in living a 
Christ-centered life. The many activi- 
ties of the Presbyterian club include 
Bible Studies, Prayer Groups, Wor- 
ship Services, and various confer- 
ences throughout the school year. 



Officers 

President PHIL COLTRAIN 

Vice-President VANCE COLLOM 

Secretary-Treasurer BETH LUPTON 

S.G.A. Representative ANNE LEATHERWOOD 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



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The social life here at 1^ is largely composeH^of two main social clubs, 
The German Club for the men, and the Cotillion Club for the women. 
Their membership is opei) to all students, and each club sponsors 'their 
5wn social activities (l|j|ing the year sych as parties, dances, 
[utings. The other cluffBend organization's, of course, have their q\ 
irious functions which add to the social calendar and there are thr 
ijor dances each year: Openings, Mid Winters, and May Day. 




Officers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 
S.G.A. Representative 



KITTI ALBERT 

EMILY JOHNSON 

JUDY BLACK 

JACKIE JOHNSON 

BARBARA TUCKER 



Symbolized by the traditional fall and 
spring formals, the Cotillion Club strives 
to weave the social interests of wonnen 
students together. Being the oldest or- 
ganization on campus, the club has as 
its main objective the promotion of fel- 
lowship and a spirit of willingness and 
cooperation for better social activities. 
Throughout the year, the club sponsors 
many dances, outings, parties and trips. 



COTILLION CLUB 




Left to right: Jackie Johnson, Judy Black, Emily Johnson. KittI Albert. 



The German Club is a social organ- 
ization for men. The club was first 
organized in I 947, and since that time 
has played an important part in cam- 
pus activities here. During the school 
year, the German Club provides din- 
ner dances, outings, and shows for 
members and their dates. The club's 
aim is to make fellowship and fun an 
active part of college life. 



Offkers 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

S.G.A. Representative 

Adviser 



CHARLES PERKINS 

STEWART FORRESTER 

JOE DENT 

JOHN ROGERS 

JOHN TERRY 

LEE HALL 



GERMAN CLUB 




First Row (left to right): Joe Dent, John Terry, La 
Rogers, Charles Perkins, Adviser Lee Hall. 



ence Brittle, Stewart Forrester. Second Row: John 



MARCH 




FEATURES 



COBBLESTONE 




The goal of any yearbook staff is to pre- 
sent the complete story of the year — in 
pictures and copy material — in their book. 
This, by no means is an easy job to under- 
take. With only a few months of actual 
working time, some deadlines come as 
early as January, the staff must pick and 
choose, delete and add the material that 
will best represent the specific year. When 
the final work is completed, however, the 
time and effort of all concerned is well 
worth every tear, tedious afternoon, and 
all night sessions that have gone into the 
book. As a result, the students have a me- 
morial book for the year and the annual 
staff, relaxing at last, have the satisfaction 
of a job well done. 



Left to right: Bill Blanchard, Business (vlanager; Wil 
Faculty Adviser; Charles Barnes, Editor-in-Chief. 



" ... to present the complete story 



Left to righl: Roirmary Kinney, Beverly Rosenbaum, Al Reynolds, Jack Carver, Elise Scherr, Faye Epstein. 




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COBBLESTOME 



COBBLESTONE STAFF 
Editor-in-Chief Charles Barnes 

Business Manager Bill Blanchard 

Editor Al Reynolds 

Advertising Manager Elise Scherr 

Art Editors Joan Fain (Design) 

George Woltz 

Associate Editor Sharon Saks 

Faculty Editors Beverly Bloonn 

Beverly Rosenbaum 

Senior Editor Faye Epstein 

Club Editor Sylvia Gentry 

Feature Editor Rosemary Kinney 

Sports Editors Jack Carver 

Pat Joyce 

Photographers Walter Radcliff 

Phil Coltrain 

Don Ikenberry 

Ray Mitchell 

Layout' John Failing 

Typists Barbara Rapp 

Karen Harshbarger 

Gerry Davis 

Adviser William R. O'Connell, Jr. 




Barbara Rapp, Karen Harshbarger, Walter Radcliff, John Falling, Phil Coltrain. 



of the year - in pictures and copy . . . " 



Left to right: Sylvia Gentry, Don Ikenberry, Pat Joyce, Joan Fain 



The job o( picking class sweethearts is not an easy one 
when there are so many attractive girls on cannpus. 
After each class has chosen several, their pictures were 
sent off to New York for the popular singer, Perry 
Conno, to judge. From the pictures on the following 
pages, Mr. Como is a good judge of beauty. 




SWEETHEART— Marylen Bowker 




fRtSHMAN CLASS 
Sweetheart 




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Marylen Bowker, a Retailing major 
from Norfolk, Virginia is the Sweet- 
heart of the Freshmen Class. 

In attendance to Marylen are Bar- 
bara King, Business major from Roa- 
noke, Virginia and Betty Nash, a 
Fashion Illustration major from FHigh 
Point, North Carolina. 



ATTENDANTS— Barbara King, Betty Nash 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 
Sweetheart 






Juanita Straley, a Physical Therapy 
major from Kingsport, Tennessee is 
the Sophomore Class' choice for 
Sweetheart. 

Sharing honors with Juanita are Dab- 
new Sweet, Commercial Art major from 
Waynesboro, Virginia and Patsy Mc- 
Gowen, a Fashion Illustration major from 
Collins, Mississippi. 




SWEETHEART— Juanita Straley 




ATTENDANTS — Dabney Sweet, Patsy McGowen 



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SWEETHEART— Almo Burion 



JUNIOR CLASS 
Sweetheart 





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Alma Burton receives top honors as the 
Junior Class sweetheart. She Is an 
Interior Design major from Charlotte, 
North Carolina. 

Alma's attendants are Shirley Thomas, 
a major in Interior Design from Salem, 
Virginia and Dot Diradour, a Business 
major from hHopewell, Virginia. 



ATTENDANTS— Sfiirley Tfiomas, Dot Diradour 



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SENIOR CLASS 
Sweetheart 




SWEETHEART— Tina Canfora 



Ji^no^ ^^i/nAt,!u- 



Tina Canfora, an Art Education major 
from New Castle, Pennsylvania heads 
tfie Senior class beauties as Sweetiieart. 

Attending Tina are Jean Richardson, 
Social Work major from Richmond, 
Virginia, and Pat Johnston, a Retailing 
major from Salem, Virginia. 




ATTENDANTS— Jean Richardson, Pat Johnston 



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MAID OF HONOR 



DENICE GOODFELLOW 



Denice Goodfellow, from Brookfield Cen- 
ter, Connecticut, was elected to attend the 
May Queen at the May Day Coronation 
which took place during the Spring For- 
mal. She is a senior in Interior Design. 




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MAY QUEEN 



BETTY DELANEY 



Surrounded by her court of class 
Sweethearts and their attendants, the 
1957 May Queen, Miss Betty Ann 
Delaney, ruled nnajestically over her 
royal court and loyal subjects at the 
annual May Day Dance. 




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APPLE BLOSSOM 
Representative 



MARILYN MILLER 



Marilyn Miller from Strasburg, Vir- 
ginia, a Business Major, was elected 
by the Senior Class to represent RPI 
as a Princess in the Apple Blossom 
Festival, held at Winchester, Virginia, 
during the first weekend in May. 




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STAFF 



FIR 

Editor 

Managing Editor 
News Editor 
Sports Editor 
Campus Editor 
Feature Editor 
Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 
Circulation Manager 
Adviser 



ST SEMESTER 

Carroll Hatcher 

Harry Wyland 

Charles Thomas 

Pat Joyce 

Claude Burrows 

Barbara Keesee 

Sharon Saks 

Jim Hart 

John Hudson 

Carl Wermine 



SECOND SEMESTER 



Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 
Technical Adviser 



Walt Borkey 

Ed Klein 

Betty Lloyd 




Left to right: John Hudson, Claude Burrows, Mr. Wernnine, Charles Thomas, Carroll Hatche 
Harry Wyland, Barbara Keesee, Pat Joyce. 



THE PR05CRIPT 



First row: Jeannie Gosnell, Ginger Foxwell, Louise Latham, Louis Michaux, Jenne Munlord, 
John Hudson. Second row: Bob Boswell, Otey Smith, Jerry Cox, John Thomas, Betty Berle 
Schencic, Frank Edens. 




Thursday means a great deal to 
members of the Journalism Depart- 
ment for it is on this day that the 
weekly issue of the Proscript comes 
out. And, too, it is on this day that 
work must begin on the next issue. 
The Proscript is the RPI student 
newspaper, published weekly, ex- 
cept during exams and holidays, 
and it keeps the college "fourth 
estaters" on their toes. Run like 
any modern city newspaper, the 
Proscript is really a miniature busi- 
ness with reporters, editors, and 
readers all working together for the 
success of the paper. It is through 
the Proscript that the students are 
informed of campus activities and 
journalism majors receive the im- 
portant on-the-job training that is 
so necessary for the 20th century 
newspaper man and woman. 




These are the cheerleaders who so ably led the RPI baslcetbal! fans during the 1955-57 season. Front Row (left to right): Shirley Currier, Sue 
Brown, Janice Jeanette, Myra Wills. Bacl< Row: Dabney Sweet, Shirley Thonnas, Barbara Alien, Marylen Bowker, Alma Burton, Darlene Davis. 
Absent when photo was made: Deana Dempsey. 



CHEERLEADERS 



This year's cheerleaders contributed greatly to the 
success of the basketball team. Without them, the 
team would not have had much of the drive 
needed for the winning season the school en- 
joyed. Shirley Thomas, the captain of the cheer- 
leaders, gave much of her time and efTorts toward 
making the squad one that made their presence 
known and appreciated at every home game. This 
year, for the first time, there were alternates on 
the squad. In the past, there were occasions when 
one or more of the girls was forced to miss a 
game, thus leaving a gap in the lineup. With 
someone always ready to step in, this year's cheer- 
leaders became probably the best RPI has ever 
had. 




oney 
;tte, Shirley 
s toss coins 



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THE 1956-57 GREEN DEVILS— Front Row (left to right): Jimmy Craven, Co-Captain John Tobin, Coach Ed Allen, Jerry Gholson, Kelly Baze- 
more. Back Row (left to right): Milt Bailey, Don Thompson, Bill Parker, Bill Gravett, Irv Greenberg, Co-Captain Ed Peeples, Dave Simms, 
Jimmy Rogers. 



BASKETBALL 



"Look at these pages carefully. They could be a picture of greater things to come on the basketball court." 
This phrase was written on the basketball page of last year's COBBLESTONE. Little was it known then what sig- 
nificance those words would have this year. No one expected what did happen. Improvement was forecast, but 
hardly to the degree in which it happened. RPI set three school records this year. The Green Devils finished 
In third place in the Little Eight, the first time they had ever ended higher than last place. They finished above 
the .500 mark for the first time In the school's history, and' they won 13 games, topping a previous season high 
of 10. 



BASKETBALL RECORD— 1956-57 



RPI 


59 


Hampden-Sydney 


RPI 


89 


Shenandoah 


RPI 


71 


Randolph-Macon 


RPI 


82 


MCV 


RPI 


71 


Lynchburg 


RPI 


74 


Lynchburg 


RPI 


90 


Shenandoah 


RPI 


65 


Norfolk Division 


RPI 


97 


Seminary 


RPI 


80 


Seminary 


RPI 


73 


Apprentice School 



74 


RPI 


91 


Bridgewater 


54 


RPI 


80 


Norfolk Division 


69 


RPI 


67 


Roanoke 


67 


RPI 


66 


Lynchburg 


61 


RPI 


79 


MCV 


77 


RPI 


74 


Bridgev/ater 


60 


RPI 


64 


Roanoke 


75 


RPI 


69 


Hampden-Sydney 


69 


RPI 


77 


Apprentice School 


65 


RPI 


76 


Bridgewater 


85 


RPI 


87 


Randolph-Macon 



74 
72 
93 
78 
49 
81 
73 
81 
58 
65 
62 



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JIMMY CRAVEN 



JERRY GHOLSON 



The story of the Green Devils' success this year was not one of individuals, 
but of team work. There was nnore team spirit on the squad this year. Last 
year, Coach Allen was hard pressed at times to find more than seven or 
eight men in uniform for a game. This year, he carried a I 3-man squad 
and all 13 stayed with the team for the full season. Perhaps the sign of a 
successful season came in the second game. RPI trailed by 16 points at 
halftlme, only to come from behind to win over Randolph-Macon, 71-69, 
in the last five seconds. Other particularly "sweet" wins were over Ap- 
prentice School in the second meeting of the season, and the last game, a 
25-point win over Randolph-Macon, 87-62. In that game, RPI played what 
veteran sportswriters termed "the finest game RPI ever played." RPI will 
miss its two seniors, John Tobin and Ed Peeples. These two, the co-cap- 
tains, contributed immeasurably, both on and off the court, to the team's 
success. Again we say, "Look at these pages carefully. They could be a 
picture of greater things yet to come on the basketball court." 



COACH ALLEN 
JIMMY ROGERS 



DON THOMPSON 



JOHN TOBIN 



BILL PARKER 





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This looks lllte a driving lay-up, but actually was a pass to Milt 
Bailey (45) who scored a basket in the RPI-Roanoke game. The 
player with the ball is the Devils' Jimmy Rogers, second high 
scorer on the team this year to Bailey. 



The trademark of the Devils' Bill Parker Is this wide-angle hook shot. 
HHere, a Seminary guard attempts to block it, but to no avail, as Ed 
Peeples (32), Jimmy Craven (34), and Jimmy Rogers (33) break in 
on the play. 



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The 1956-57 RPI Girls' Basketball Team— (L-R) Front Row— Coach Dorothy Hilliard, Normaiean Thomas, Mary Catherine King, Sue Martin, Emily Johnson. 
(L-R) Back Row— Billie Mac Waters, Jean Turner. Barbara Tucker, Virginia Dart, Virginia Holland, Reba Anderson, manager. Absent when photo was 
made — Pat Battcock. 

GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

SEASON RECORD 

RPI 40 William and Mary 39 

RPI 39 Lynchburg 76 

The girls' varsity played an abbreviated 
schedule this year. A late start, inadequate 
numbers, and the fact that fev^er of last 
year's opponents fielded teams contributed 
to this plight. They were not without the 
fighting spirit and determination which 
seemed to characterize RPI's teams this 
year, however. Coach hHIIIIard did a fine 
job, starting almost from scratch, and build- 
ing a representative team for RPI. Five of 
the 10-girl squad were newcomers. 




The girls are shown here In a practice session. Guarding Emily Johnson is Sue 
Martin (23). Virginia Holland (34) reaches (or the ball as Jean Turner (45) 
looks on. 



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BASEBALL 1957— Front Row (left to right): Lew Lanham, Sam Bowlln, Bob Padgett, Jerry Gholson, Ralph Pritchard, Kelly Bazemore, Ralph Gentry. 
Second Row (left to right): Henry Talton, Don Thompson, Bob Hatchett, Les Bostic, Bill Gravett. Cocch Ed Allen, John Tobin, Gerry Lucas. Absent 
when photo was made: Don Kloske, Bob Soffee. 



BASEBALL 







SCHEDULE 




RPI 


8 


New Bedford 


10 


RPI 


6 


VMI 


5 


RPI 


6 


Apprentice School 


2 


RPI 


5 


Randolph-Macon 


14 


RPI 


vs. 


Lynchburg (2) 




RPI 


vs. 


Norfolk Division 




RPI 


vs. 


Bridgewater (2) 




RPI 


vs. 


Norfolk Division 






TRi-CAPTAlNS— Leading this year's Green Devils were (L-R). Jerry 
Gholson, Bob Padgett, and Ralph Pritchard. This was the third con- 
secutive year as co-captalns of the team. This season marked the 
first time In any sport that RPI has had trl-captains. 



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BOB PADGETT 
Catcher 



RALPH PRITCHARD 
Shortstop 



DON THOMPSON 
First Base 



JERRY GHOLSON 
Second Base 







f 



COACH ED ALLEN 



JOHN TOBIN 
Outfield 



In the four games played before the COBBLESTONE went to press, RPI's 
1957 baseball team displayed a great Improvement over past Green 
Devil baseball teams. The Devils had lost two games, and won two, includ- 
ing an upset over highly favored VMI. The biggest gain this season was 
in the hitting department. Don Thompson, Kelly Bazemore, Bob Soffee and 
Bill Gravett added a lot of power, something the team had little of last year. 
Two seniors will be lost to the team next year because of graduation. They 
are tri-captain Bobo Padgett and John Tobin. Baseball, as well as basket- 
ball, is definitely on the upgrade at RPI. 



KELLY BAZEMORE 
Third Base, Pitcher 



3ILL GRAVETT 

Outfield 



RALPH GENTRY 
Outfield 




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RPI Muskmakers 

Although under the direction of the 
School of Music, the Band, Chorus, 
and Orchestra are open to any stu- 
dent at the College who seeks an 
outlet to his musical interests. 



BAND 

The Band, under the direction of Bennett Relmer, 
performs at various functions throughout the 
year. They participate also In the annual spring 
concert series. 



CHORUS 

The Chorus, under the direction of Wayne Batty, 
is frequently heard at formal convocations. In 
addition to presenting programs in the City, 
they are a part of the spring concert series. 





ORCHESTRA 

This year the Orchestra, In coniunction with the 
Richmond Choral Society, was presented In con- 
cert In December. The Orchestra is under the 
direction of Milton Cherry, and also are a 
part of the school concert series In the spring. 



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Curtain Going Up! 



During this year, the Department of 
Dramatic Art presented four major 
productions. The opening production 
was the premiere of "Gris, Gris," an 
original musical by Lucille Nes of the 
faculty of the Drama Department . . . 



Claudine Carew takes to the air with the aid of 
Carl Smith and Don Hord during the first act finale 
of "Gris, Gris": other principals looking on from 
the background are Helen Hendry, Jim Manning. 
and Micki Mackey. 





Again this year, a Shakespearean 
play was chosen; "MacBeth" was 
produced here at School, and a cut- 
ting from the play was presented at 
the Virginia College Drama Festival. 
Late in the Spring, plans were under 
way to produce the final play of the 
year, "The Importance of Being 
Earnest." 



Don Hord, Jesse Dipboye, Ed Blacker, Gerry 
Nobles, Charles King, Murray Schwartz, and Carl 
Smith are shown during a scene from "MacBeth." 



The second play of the year, "The 
Solid Gold Cadillac," was pre- 
sented in December . . . 



From the two-act comedy, "The Solid Gold 
Cadillac"— Paul Iddings, Sally Seidman, Betty 
Bardln, and Don Hord. 




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Fund Prog-ess 



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W. * Reflections 



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700 
•650 

600 

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1 . These gentlemen presented enlightening musi 
to benefit the S.G.A. Scholarship Fund- 
"Pennies Make Dollars for Needy Scholars. 

2. Dances, Informal— "Sock Hops" held an in- 
portant place in RPI social activity; often the 
took place after basketball games. 



3. "Interns in Art" — Art Education majors dec- 
orated the walls in the children's ward of the 
Medical College of Virginia Hospital with 
Walt Disney characters. 

4. For two evenings in March, the flaming 20's 
made a comeback, full force, during the an- 
nual Art Students' League Variety Show. 

5. Dances, formal- — a typical example was Mid- 



Winters and its the 



of "Roses in the Sn 




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ADVERTISEMENTS 




144 









SENIOR DIRECTORY 






DEGREE STUDENTS 






CHARLES W. BISHOP 






MAJOR H. F. BRYANT 




CAROL D. ALCOCK 






Waverly, Virginia 






Richmond, Virginia 




44 RIggs Place 






M.S. in Business Education 






B.S. in Applied Psychology 




West Orange. New Jersey 






LOIS CLAIRE BLACK 






Psychology Club '53-'54. ■54-'55, 
'56-'57; Psychology Club Vice P 


■55-^56, 
resident 


B.S. in Chemical Technology 






97 County Line Road 
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 






■55^56. 




BARBARA JEAN ALLEN 
















905 Roseneatti Road 






B.S. in Occupational Therapy 






JOYCE RUTH BURKE 




Richmond, Virginia 






Newman Club '56-'57. 






201 Hume Avenue 
Alexandria, Virginia 




Bachelor of Fine Arts 






ARLENE ANN BLAHA 






B.S. in Social Welfare 




Cotillion Club '53 '54, ■54-'55, '55 


'54. 


'54- 












'57; Fashion Club ■53-'54, '54-'55. 


'55 


'56; 


907 Virginia Avenue Est. 










Day Students' League ■53-'54. 






Pittsburgh 15. Pennsylvania 






NANCY JEANNINE CALVERT 




DELORIS JEAN ARRINGTON 






B.S. in Occupational Therapy 






138 College Avenue 




Grundy, Virginia 






Occupational Therapy Club; Won- 
Recrealion Association. House Co 


ncll 


Danville, Virginia 




B.S. in Distributive Education 






■55-^56: Rat Court '55; Varsity 
Basketball and Tennis; Newma 


Won- 
n Clu 


b. 


B.S. in Business Education 




Distributors' Club •53-'54, '54-'55 


'55 


■56, 








Future Business Leaders of Amerl 


ca 


■56-'57. 






JULIUS LENTON BLANCHARD 


, JR. 








ANNA B. ATKINS 






208 Hammond Street 
Durham, North Carolina 






SANTINA ALEXIS CANFORA 




Route No. 2, Bo« 94 












930 Wlnsiow Avenue 




Chesterfield. Virginia 






B.S. in Business 






New Castle, Pennsylvania 




B.S. in Elementary Education 






Future Business Leaders of Arr 
■55, ■55-^56, ■56^57, S.G.A. Rep 


esent 


'54- 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 




Future Teachers of America 






■55^56, President ■56-^57; Cc 


bbleslone 


Fine Arts Club '53^54 ■54^55 


■55-^56, 








Business Manager ■56-^57; Bapl 


St Stu ■ 


dent 


■56-^57- Fine Arts Club S.G.A. Re 


present- 


CECILE BURNETT BANKS 






Union ■54-^55; German Clu 
Dorm President. 


D '54 


-'55; 


atlve ■53-^54; Dorm Freshman Rep 
tlve ■53-^54; Dorm Vice Presiden 


'■55 ^56; 


1 N. Confederate Avenue 












Dorm President ■56^57; Newma 


n Club 


Sandston. Virginia 






LES ARNOLD BOSTIC 






'53-'54; Senior Class Sweetheart 


57. 


B.S. in Applied Social Science 






Blscoe, North Carolina 










Future Teachers of America '53- 


54. 


'54- 


B.S. in Social Welfare 






RHODA CLAUDINE CAREW 




■55, ■55-'56, ■56-'57. 






BEVERLY JEAN BOWDEN 






700 York Street 
Williamsburg. Virginia 




CHARLES MILTON BARNES 






2481 Boulevard Drive. 5.E. 






Bachelor of Fine Arts 




315 Park Avenue 






Atlanta, Georgia 










Wilson. North Carolina 






B.S. in Occupational Therapy 






Theatre Associates Secretary 
President '55-'56. ■56-^57; Art ! 


■54-'55, 
tudents^ 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 












League President ■56-^57; Hodge^ 


Award 








Occupational Therapy Club; 


Coll 


lion 


■56. 




Baptist Student Union '53-'54; Art 


Stu- 


Club; Psychology Club. 










dents' League ■53-'54, '54-'55, '55 


■56, 


■56- 












■57; Interior Design Club '53-'54. 


■54 


■55, 












■55-'56. '56-'57; 712 Dorm S.G.A 


Re 


ore- 


HUGHES LACY BRITTON. JR. 






MINNIE ANN CARR 




sentatlve ■55-'56- Editor in Chief Cobble- 
stone ■56-'57. 


3004-A Semmes Avenue 






R.F.D. No. 3, Bo« 157 










Richmond. Virginia 






Windsor, Virginia 




ANNIE FRANCES BELCHER 






B.S. in Business 






B.S. in Elementary Education 




Winlerpock, Virginia 






PATRICIA MARY BROADDUS 






Baptist Student Union President 


56'57. 


B.S. in Elementary Education 






1717 Laburnum Avenue 










Future Teachers of America '53- 


54, 


'54- 


Richmond, Virginia 










'55, '55-'5t, ■56-'57. 










BARBARA NEWMAN COFFMAN 










B.S. in Social Science 






919 Floyd Avenue 




NETTIE HENDERSON BELVIN 






Day Students^ League '53^54, ■54-'55, 


■55- 


Richmond. Virginia 




2008 Brandon Avenue 






■56; Women's Recreation Assoc 
■54, ■54-^55; W.R.A. Presiden 


t '54 


■53- 
■55; 


B.S. in Applied Social Science 




Richmond. Virginia 






D.S.L. President ■54-^55; Intrart 


ural 


Vol- 












leyball. Basketball ■53-^54, ■54-^55, ^55 


-'56, 






Bachelor of Music Education 






■56-^57- Virginia Athletic Feds 


ratlor 


of 












College Women ■54.^55; Va 


A.F.C.W. 


GEORGE GERALD DAVIS 




WARREN BETTS 






Conference Chairman ^54; FutL 
ers of America '56-'57. 


re Te 


ach- 


503Grlmmersburg Street 
Farmville, North Carolina 




Richmond, Virginia 
















B.S. in Business 






GERALDINE MARGUERITE BROWN 




Bachelor of Fine Arts 




Future Business Leaders of Ame 


lea 


'54- 


101 South Ivy Avenue 






Baptist Student Union ■53.^54. 


'54-'55; 


'55. '55-'56, '56-'57, Vice President 


■55 


'56: 


Highland Springs. Virginia 






Fashion Club ■53-^54, ■54-^55. ^55 


56; Art 


German Club '55-'56, ■56-'57, Vic 


e P 










Students^ League ■53-^54, •54^55, 


'55-'56, 


dent 'SS-'Si. 






B.S. in Elementary Education 






■56-^57; Interior Design Club ^56- 


57. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



BETTY ANN DELANEY 

Hunlerdale 
Franklin, Virginia 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Cotillion Club ■53-'54. ■54-'55, ■55-'56. '56- 
■57: Distributive Education Club •53-'54. 
•56-'57; Student Government Association 
Vice President ■Sb-'S7; Honor Court Presi- 
dent ■56-'57; Women's Interdorm Presi- 
dent ■56-'57: May Queen '57. 



JOE B. DENT. JR. 

3907 Pilots Lane, Apt. ■) 
Richmond 22, Virginia 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

German Club Secretary 'SB-'Si, '56-'67, 
Distributors' Club 'SS-'St, 'Si-'S?; Distrib- 
utors' Club S.G.A. Sepresentatlve '56-'57. 

NANCY CARROLL DOWNER 

Gordonsville, Virginia 

Bachelor of Music 

Cotillion Club 'SS-'BI; Accidental Club 
'53-'54 '54-'55 '55-'56. '56-'57; Opera 
lead '54. 

TERESA MARIE DUMOUCHELLE 

Route No. I, Box 91 
Colonial Heights. Virginia 

Bachelor of Music 

Accidental Club 

ROSEMARY LEE FEESE 

1523 Monte Sano Avenue 
Augusta, Georgia 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

RUTH MARY FETTERS 

Route No. I 

Gardners. Pennsylvania 

B.S. in Social Science 



EDWARD CHARLES FIELDS 

2309 Nunnally Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Accounting 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE FLAGGE 

1404 Avondale Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Advertising 

CAROL ELIZABETH FOLTS 
R.F.D. No. 10, Box 522 
Richmond. Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

An Students' League '53.'54, '54-'55. '55- 
'56 'Si-'S?; Commercial Art Club '53- 
•54, '54-'55. '55-'56. '56-'57. 



LORENA KAY FOUTS 
23 A. P. Hill Ave. 
Highland Springs. Virginia 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

Future Teachers of America '55-'56, '56- 
'57. 

FRANK HEWITT FOX 
5115 Falrvlew Avenue 
Falls Church, Virginia 
B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Occupational Therapy Club; German 
Club. 

JOHN A. FRIEND 

Chatham. Virginia 

B.S. in Business Administration 

German Club. 

JOHN WILLIAM GEASLEN 

438 Washington Avenue 
Front Royal, Virginia 

B.S. in Advertising 

Prescript Advertising Manager; Advertis- 
ing Staff; Cobblestone. Assistant Editor. 

SYLVIA TRUMAN GENTRY 

Lee Hall. Virginia 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

Cotillion Club '54 '55; Cobblestone Staff 
■55-'56. '56-'57; Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca ■56-'57; Dorm Council 'BB-'Si. 

JANE MOORE GIBSON 

3030 Montrose Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 

B.A. in Art Education 

Fine Arts Club ■53-'54, ■54-'55. 'SS-'Bi; 
Day Students' League '53-'54; Cotillion 
Club '53; Canterbury Club '53. 

JEAN CAMERON GILLIAM 
1708 Scales Street 
Raleigh. North Carolina 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Fashion Club; Art Students' League; 
Canterbury Club. 

DENICE BARBARA GOODFELLOW 

Brookfield Center, Connecticut 
Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Interior Design Club; Art Students' 
League- Interdorm Council; Cotillion 
Club- Canterbury Club; Attendant to 
May Queen '57. 

GEORGE BEN GOSE 

6630 Three ChopI Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Retailing 

German Club; Day Students' League. 



ALICE LEE GROVES 

Bealeton, Virginia 
B.S. in Retailing 



JANE M. GRUBB 

Mathews, Virginia 
B.S. in Social Welfare 

ERWIN WILLIAM GUHR 

250 Garfield Avenue 
Trenton. New Jersey 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Fine Arts Clob. 

NANCY NORTHEN HARDY 

3500 Stuart Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

Future Teachers of America '56-'57. 

IRA W. HARLOW 
Box 8866 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Accounting 

Future Business Leaders of America. 

MARY ELLA HERBERT 

1907 N. Randolph Street 
Arlington 7, Virginia 

B.S. in Retailing 



WARD SMITH HILDRETH 
5706 Howard Road 
Richmond. Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

MELISSA ANN HUDGINS 
Mathews. Virginia 
B.S. in Elementary Education 
Future Teachers of America. 

LEON R. JOHNSON. JR. 

3218 N. Isl Place 
Arlington. Virginia 

B.S. in Social Science 

BRICE EDWARD JOHNSTON. JR. 

2646 Warwick Road 
Warwick, Virginia 



B.S. in Psychology 

Psychology Club ■56-'57. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



JEANETTE CHARLENE JOHNSTON 

545 Devon Road 

Camp Hill 

Harrisburg, Pennsvlvania 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 



ELAINE SPERO KOUMPARAKIS 

225 Moss Street 
Martinsville, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Cotillion Club; An Students' Lei 



WILLIAM BOYLE McCRACKEN. JR 
72 Charles Street 
Front Royal, Virginia 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 



PATRICIA NEAL JOHNSTON 

Box 209 
Salem, Virginia 

B.S. in Retailing 

Cotillion Club; Distributors' Club- At- 
tendant to Senior Class Sv<eetheart '57. 



ORVILLE HUGH JONES. JR. 

Ralnswood, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Interior Design Club '53-'54, '54-'55, '55- 
'56, '56-'57; I.D. Club President 'SS-'SS; 
Art Students' League ■53-'54, ■54-'55 '55- 
'56, '56 '57; A.S.L. Council 'SS-'Si. 



THOMAS ELLIS JONES 

930 Park Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Fine Arts Club President ■55-'56- Art Stu- 
dents' League Treasurer ■54-'55. 

CARL EDWARD JORGENSEN 

704 Libbie Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 

B.S. in Business Education 

Future Business Leaders of America Pub- 
licity Chairman; Future Teachers of 



MELVIN KEGLEY 
914 W. Franklin Street 
Richmond. Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 



JEAN TRIBBLE KEININGHAM 
917 Floyd Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 

B.S. in Sociology 

Baptist Student Union ■53-'54, '54-'55 '55- 
'56, 56'57; Future Teachers of America 
'55-'56, '56-'57. 

SIDNEY MAX KNEE 

330 North Queen Street 
York, Pennsylvania 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Future Teachers of America- Treasurer 
Class of '57; Fine Arts Club- Art Stu- 
dents' League; Hillel Club '54-'55; La- 
fayette Dorm Treasurer ■53-'54, ■54-'55- 
Virginia Artists Show '55; Virginia Mu- 
seum Loan Exhibit and Traveling Exhibit- 
Valentine Museum Show '56. 



JANET COWLING KUYK 

1229 Westminster Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Occupational Therapy Club. 

NORMA ELLYN LAMB 

23 Sunset Terrace 
Baldwlnsville, New York 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Distributors' Club. 

JACQUELINE CLAIRE LAMMERS 

Frederiksted, St. Croix 
U.S. Virgin Islands 

B.S. in Recreation Leadership 

ROSA JEAN LARKIN 

1001 Grove Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Occupational Therapy Club Secreta 
'56-'57; Lee House Secretary '55-'56. 

EVELYN MAE LAYNE 

4915 W. Marshall Street 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Social Science 

ALMALYLE MARSHALL LEA 

Massies Mill. Virginia 

B.S. in Chemical Technology 

JAMES A. LEEDY 

Richlands, Virginia 
Bachelor of Fine Arts 

JUNE CRAIGE LEFFEL 

1933 Fairhope Road, Route No. 10 
Roanoke, Virginia 

B.S. in Psychology 

Cotillion Club; Psychology Club- Sti 
dent Government Representative. ' 



RALPH BERNARD LEWIS 

Route 10, Box 193 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Business 

CARLTON H. LUCY 

Dolphin, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 



SANDRA JOY MADACEY 

1742 N. Rhoades Street 
Arlington, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Theatre Associates. 

CHARLES ALBERT MAGEE 

5815 Kensmgton Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Business 

Future Business Leaders of Amern 

BARBARA ANN MARTIN 

514 E. Bkld. Park Boulevard 
Richmond, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MATTHIAS 

3708 Buckingham Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

JOE FRED MAYER 

1122 Barnett Street 
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Commercial Art Club Vice President '55- 
'56; Art Students' League Vice Pre'idenl 
'56 '57 

GRETCHEN FOW MESSICK 

Bivalve, Maryland 
B.S. in Social Welfare 



GLORIA MITCHELL 

1000 Pierce Street 
Hopewell. Virginia 

B.S. in Distribution 



BLANCHE STILLMAN MORRIS 

1016 W. Franklin Street 
Richmond. Virginia 

B.S. In Social Sciences 

Future Teachers of America, 5 



149 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



JUDITH GUY MORRIS 

3219 North Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Commercial Art Club 'SS-'SI, 'SA-'SS. '55- 
•56, •56-'57; Art Students' League '53-'54, 
'54-'55, '55-'56, '56-'57; A.S.L. Variety 
Show; Cobblestone Art Staff. 



JAMES PIPER MOVERS 

715 Marshall Avenue 5.W. 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Art 

Fine Arts Club '53-'54, '54-'55, '55-'56, 
'56-'57: Fine Arts Club Secretary '55-'56: 
Fine Arts Club S.G.A. Representative '56- 
'57- Art Students' League '53-'54, '54-'55. 
'55'56. '56-'57: A.S.L. Vice President '56- 
'57; Future Teachers of America; Valen- 
tine Museum Exhibit '54, '56. 



LUCILLE ANNEHE MYERS 

4801 Rodney Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Theatre Associates '53-'54, ■54-'55. '55-'56. 
'56-'57; Secretary Theatre Associates '55- 
'56. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS NEAL 

2926 Parkwood Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

NORMA MARIE NEATHERY 
Bo«46l 

Halifax, North Carolina 

B.S. in Retailing 

JOSEPH NEDLOCK 

Hopewell, Virginia 

B.S. in Chemical Technology 

PAULETTE NELSON 

Vi/est Main Street 
Bennettsville, South Carolina 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

Distributors' Club '55-'56, ■56-'57. 

NORMAN JACKSON NUCKOLS 

3018 Stuart Avenue 
Richmond. Virginia 

B.S. in Business 

Future Business Leaders of America '56- 
'57; Monogram Club '53-'54, '54-'55. '55- 
'56, ■56-'57; Baseball '54-'55: R.P.I. Cho- 
rus '54 

JAMES FREDERICK OGBURN 

425 Hamilton Avenue 
Colonial Heights, Virginia 

B.S. in Business 

Future Business Leaders of America. 



ROBERT D. PADGETT 

6709 Horsepen Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

Baseball Co-captain '55-'56, •56-'57: Mon- 
ogram Club Vice President '56-'57; Al- 
ternate S.G.A. Representative Monogram 
Club '55-'56; German Club '56-'57. 



OLIVER ALLEN PAMPLIN 

30Corling Street 
Petersburg, Virginia 

Bachelor of Music Education 

Accidental Club; Music Educators Clu 
R.P.I. Chorus; All State College Chon 

ROBERT JOSEPH PARR 

6007 Pollard Drive 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Distributive Education 

German Club. 



BETTY ANN PASCHALL 

3231 Fendall Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

Day Students' League '54-'55; Futu 
Teachers of America '55-'56; Intramur 
Basketball '53-'54; Virginia Athletic Fe 
eration of College V/omen, Conferen. 
Chairman '54. 



HUGH CARLTON PASCHALL 

Bon Air, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 

JACK FLEMING PASCHALL 
49l2Crestwood Avenue 
Richmond 28, Virginia 



BILLY R. PAUL 
4103 2nd Street 
South Norfolk, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Commercial Art Club. 

EDWARD HARDEN PEEPLES 
1033 Willis Drive 
Jacksonville 5, Florida 

B.S. in Social Science 

Varsity Basketball '53-'54, '54.'55, '55-'' 
•56-'57; Monogram Club Secretary '! 
'55 S.G.A. Representative ■55-'56. Pre 
dent '56-'57; Jr. Class President '55-'! 
Sr. Class S.G.A. Representative '56-'! 
Honor Council '55-'56, '56-'57; Executi 
Committee '55-'56; Floor Committee '! 
'56 '56-'57; German Club '53-'54; Jun 
Marshal ■55-'56. 



JEAN PENDERGRASS 

3222 Fendall Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Sociology 

Day Students' League; Future Te 



CHARLES THORNTON PERKINS 

2311 Harwood Street 
Richmond 24, Virginia 

BS. in Applied Social Science 

German Club Vice President ■55-'56. 
President '56-'57; Proscript Feature Edi- 
tor; Psychology Club. 

JOYCE MARIE PERRY 

2604 Dunn Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Sociology 

Cotillion Club; Future Teachers of 
America; Day Students' League; Dele- 
gate to Virginia Athletic Federation of 
College Women, Conference '55. 

CHARLES MERRITT PULLEY 

Ivor, Virginia 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Interior Design Club '53-54, '54-'55, '55- 
'56, •56-'57; Vice President I.D. Club '55- 
'56; Art Students' League '53-'54, '54-'55, 
■55-'56, '56 '57. 



THOMAS F. PURCELL 
Overhill Farms, Route 3 
Glen Allen, Virginia 



SHARON SAKS PUTZE 

911 Floyd Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Social Science 



Prescript Managing Editor '53-'54, Editor 
'54.'55, Business Manager '55-'56; Cob- 
blestone Associate Edilt-r '56'57; Day 
Students' League. 



ROBERT ALLEN RAMSEY 

208 N. Lombardy Street 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. in Applied Science 



CAROL RAVNDAL 

Little Silver Point Road 
Little Silver, New Jersey 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Cotillion Club '55-'56; Psychology Club 
•55-'56; Occupational Therapy Club '55- 
'56 '56-'57; Dorm President •56-'57; Inter- 
dorm Council •56-'57; S.G.A. ■56-'57. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 




EUGENE WALTER READE 


JAMES LEWIS SHEARIN 




Accidental Club '53-'54. '54-'55, '55-'56, 
■56-^57; R.P.I. Chorus '53-'54. ■54-'55, '55- 


3305 Semmes Avenue 


404 Stuart Circle 




'56, ■56-'57; Accidental Club Secretary 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 




'55-'56, Vice President •56-'57- Music Edu- 
cators' Club '56-'57; All State Chorus 


Bachelor of Music 


B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




■55-'56; Westminster Club '56-'57; A.S.L. 
Review '56. 


R.P.I. Civic Symphony Orchestra; R.P.I. 


Occupational Therapy Club Vice 


Presi- 




Civic Band; Accidental Club, 


dent '55-'56, President ■56-'57. 




PATRICIA WOOD SMITH 




JEANETTE H. SHEARIN 




Bowling Green. Virginia 


CHARLES ALBERT REYNOLDS 








4810 Bruce Street 


404 Stuart Circle 
Richmond, Virginia 




B.S. in Social Welfare 


Norfolk 13, Virginia 






Meredith House Secretary ■55-'56, Presi- 
dent '56-'57; Interdorm Council; Baptist 




B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




B.S. !n Social Science 


Occupational Therapy Club Tr 


easurer 


Student Union. 


Proscript Feature Editor '53-'54, Manag- 


'55-'56. Corresponding Secretary 


■56 '57; 




ing Editor •54-'55, News Editor ■55-'56; 
Cobblestone Feature Editor '55-'56, Edi- 


W.R.A. Secretary ■54-'55. 




WILLIAM HORACE SMITH 


tor '56-'57; Future Teachers of America 






205 Madison Avenue 


Vice President 'Si-'S?. 


ROBERT C. SHIRA 

3140 2nd Boulevard 




Cape Charles, Virginia 




Detroit 1, Michigan 




B.S, in Advertising 


JEAN V/OOLRIDGE RICHARDSON 












German Club. Treasurer '50- Monogram 


200 Bland Street 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 




Club, Secretary '49; Soccer team- Junior 


Richmond, Virginia 






Class Treasurer '5l-'52. 


B.S. in Social Welfare 


AUBREY DELING SHULER 








305 N. 3rd Street 




MARGARET THERESE SOLARI 


Junior Class Treasurer '55-'56; Day Stu- 


Hopewell, Virginia 






dents' League ■54-'55, 'SS-'St. Vice Presi- 




4518 Grove Avenue 


dent 'SS-'Si- Cotillion Club ■55-'56: Jun- 


B.S. in Business 




Richmond, Virginia 


ior Class Sweetheart ■55-'56; Attendant to 






Senior Class Sweetheart 'S?. 


HARRY A. SHUMATE 




B.S. in Social Science 

Day Students' League '53 '54, •54-'55. '55- 


JOHN GILBERT RICHARDSON 


Healing Springs, Virginia 




'56; D.S.L. Secretary '53-'54- Newman 
Club '53-'54. '54-'55. '55-'56, '56-'57- Fu- 


200 Bland Street 


B.S. in Accounting 




ture Teachers of America ■54-'55. '55-'56, 


Richmond. Virginia 






56-'57, Vice President ■56-'57; Cotillion 


German Club '53-'54, '54-'55, '55- 


56. '56- 


Club '53-'54. 


B.S. in Business 


■57; German Club Executive Cor 
'55-'56; S.G.A. Treasurer '54-'55; 


Honor 




Honor Council; 5.G.A. Treasurer; Future 
Business Leaders of America. 


Council '54-'55; Senior Class Vic 
dent '5(,-'57. 


Presi- 


RUDOLPH H. SPENCER 

22 South Boulevard No, 8 




LESTER THOMAS SIMPSON 




Richmond, Virginia 


MIRIAM ELIZABETH ROBINSON 


Norwood. North Carolina 




B.S. in Retailing 


Dolphin. Virginia 


B.S. in Distributive Education 






B.S. in Social Science 






CAROLYN JEFFERSON SPRINKLE 




Freshman S.G.A. Representative 


■53-^54; 






Sophomore S.G.A. Representative 


'54-'55; 


836 Shallowford Road 


BEVERLY ROSENBAUM 


Distributors' Club ■53-'54, '54-'55. 


■55-'56, 


Lewisvllle. North Carolina 




■56-'57; D.E. Club President 


'55-'56; 




l75iVarlna Avenue 


Honor Council ■54-'55, '55-'56. 


'56-'57; 


B.S. in Social Welfare 


Petersburg, Virginia 


S.G.A. Executive Committee '56-'57; Sen- 
ior Class President '56-'57. 


R.P.I. Chorus '54-'55. 


B.S. in Psycfiotogy 








Psychology Club; Cobblestone Faculty 


MARGARET ANNE SLAUGHTER 




ILSE S. STAHL 


Editor 'S?, 


22 South Royal Avenue 




4407 W. Grace Street 




From Royal, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


BARBARA HARDING SANT 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 




B.S in Business 


1108 W. Franklin Street, apt. 209 










Basketball '53-'54. '54-'55, ■55-'56 


Fash- 




Richmond, Virginia 
Bachelor of Fine Arts 


ion Club '53-'54, '54-'55, 'SS-'Si, 
Wesleyan Service Guild ■54-'55. 


'56-'57; 


MILBURN BROWNLEE TEMPLETON 
3208 W. Grace Slreel 


Fine Arts Club ■53-'54, ■54-'55; Art Stu- 


JACK MILTON SMART 




Richmond, Virginia 


dents' League; Cotillion Club '53-'54, '54- 








'55, '55-'56. 


3422 Hawthorne Avenue 
Richmond 22. Virginia 




B.S. in Social Science 


NANCY JANE SCHLOSSBERG 


B.S. in Social Science 




JACQUELYN BRIAN TERWILLIGER 


3125 Avenham Avenue 






319 West Lafayette Street 


Roanoke, Virginia 


JANET FAY SMITH 




Easton, Pennsylvania 


B.S. in Elementary Education 


2519 Maple Avenue 
Dallas. Texas 




Bachelor of Fine Arts 


Cotillion Club 'SB-'St; Future Teachers of 






Cotillion Club '53-'54, ■54-'55, '55-'56; 


America 'St-'S?; S.G.A. ■56-'57. 


Bachelor of Music Education 




Art Students' League ■53-'54, '54-'55. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 








JOHN HAYDEN THOMAS 


ANN CATHERINE WHITE 




Vlce President Junior Class; 


Ho 




205 Wall Street 


2361 East 70th Street 




Council: Junior Marshal; Sports 
Manager. 


Ti 


ket 


Blacksburg, Virginia 


Chicago, Illinois 








B.S. in Social Science 


B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




ROBERT LEATH ZENTMEYER 






S.G.A. President; Honor Council Chair- 


Occupational Therapy Club ■53-'54 


■54- 


725 W. 33rd Street 






man; Proscripl Editor. Managing Editor, 


'55, '55-'56, '56-'57; Newman Club, 


Cor 


Richmond, Virginia 






News Editor. Photography Editor; Sopho- 


responding Secretary '53-'54, Pres 


dent 






more Class Treasurer. 


'55-'56; Dorm Vice President '55-'56 
ANN McCAUL WILKINSON 




B.S. in Business 






JOHN HENRY TOBIN, JR. 


6501 Hanover Avenue 










Bentonville, Virgmia 


Richmond, Virginia 




THREE-YEAR CERTIFICATE 






BS. in Business 


B.S. in Elementary Education 




STUDENTS 






Varsity Basketball 'SB-'Bi. ■56-'57 Co- 
captain 'Sb'ST: Monogram Club 'SS-'St. 
■56-'57, Secretary '55-'56; German Club 
'55-'56; Junior Class President 'Sb-'S?; Ex- 


Day Students' League '54-'55. '55-'56; 
Psychology Club '56-'57; Future Teachers 
of America '54.'55, ■55-'56, President '56- 
'57. 


RUTH JACQUELYN ACORD 
404 DuPont Avenue 
Staunton, Virginia 






ecutive Committee ■56-'57; Honor Coun- 












cil ■56-'57. 






Certificate in Fashion Illustration 








FRED ANDREW WILLIAMS 




Fashion Club '54-'55. '55-'56, 


56- 


57: 


JANE MARGUERITE TOMBES 


1206 Jahnke Road 
Richmond, Virginia 




Cotillion Club '55-'56: Westminste 
'55-'56; Art Students' League '54-' 


r Club 1 
=5, '55- 1 


Goshen, Virginia 




'56, '56-'57. 








B.S. in Social Science 










B.S. in Retailing 






CATHERINE CORDELIA ALBERT 






Cotillion Club ■55-'56. '56-'57; Distrib- 
utors' Club ■55-'56, ■56-'57: Ritter-Hickok 


NORMA ROBERTA WILLIAMSON 




1405 GoKsIde Avenue 






Vice President '56-'57; Basketball •55-'56, 


Bethel, North Carolina 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 




Roanoke. Virginia 
Certificate in Costume Design 






ROBERT V. TURNER 


Occupational Therapy Club '55-'56 


'56- 


Cotillion Club; Fashion Club. 






2302 Terminal Avenue 


'57, Social Chairman '56-'57: Westm 
Fellowship Secretary '56-'57. 










Richmond, Virginia 






HELEN HOLT BAKER 






B.S. in Sociology 


PEGGY JO WILSON 

732 Shawnee Avenue 




1011 Dacian Avenue 
Durham, North Carolina 






PHYLLIS A. VAN VALKINBURGH 


Big Stone Gap, Virginia 




Certificate in Fashion Illustration 






15 Amity Street 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 




Sophomore May Queen Attendant 


A.5.L. 1 


Cohoes. New York 


Interior Design Club Treasurer '56- 


57. 


Review '56- Fashion Club- Art St 
League. 


ude 


nts' 


Bacttelor of Music Education 












R.P.I. Band 'SS-'Sb. •56-'57; Chorus '54- 


JAMES SYLVESTER WINDSCHITL 




MEREDITH ANNE CHAMBERS 






■55, '55-'56, '56-'57; Accidental Club '55- 
■56 ■56-^57- Music Education Club Presi- 


3200 Stuart Avenue 




3200 Clime Road 






dent ■56-'57; Cotillion Club ■54-'55. 


Richmond, Virginia 
B.S. in Business 




Columbus, Ohio 

Certificate in Commercial Art 






BARBARA LOUISE VIRGIN 


Future Business Leaders of America. 




Commercial Art Club '54-'55, '55.' 
■57; Cotillion Club ■54-'55; House 


56, 
Co 


56- 


123 Broadway 






ell '55.'56, '56'57. 






Concord, New Hampshire 


MARGARET JONES WOOD 










Bachelor of Fine Arts 


Concord, Virginia 




FAYE SANDRA EPSTEIN 






Interior Design Club ■55-'56. ■56-'57; 


B.S. in Social Science 




947 13th Street 






Newman Club, Vice President '56-'57. 


Cotillion Club '54-'55, '55-'56, Vice 
deni '54-'55; Basketball '54. 


resl- 


Newport News, Virginia 
Certificate in Fashion Illustration 






LEO A. VOLLENWEIDER 






House Council '55 ^56; Fashion 


CI 


ub; 


1637 Charles Street 


BILL WOODRUFF 




Cobblestone Club Editor ■55^56, 
Editor '66-'57; Cotillion Club; A 


Sen 

rt 


'tu- 


Richmond 26, Virginia 


2553 Brady Street 
Richmond, Virginia 




dents' League. 






B.S. in Business 


B.S. in Psychology 




SUZANNE JONES 






Future Business Leaders of America 


President Psychology Club 




1600 Branch Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 






DONALD LEE WELKER 


JIM D. WRENN 




Certificate in Fashion Illustration 






R.F.D. No. 1, BoK 100 


2901 Johnson Street 




Fashion Club '55'56; Art Slue 




,j. 


Colonial Heights, Virginia 


Hopewell. Virginia 




League '54-'55, '55-'56. '56-'57; Co 


mm 


er- 








clal Art Club '55-'56; Cotillion CI 


b 


55- 


B.S. in Business 






'56; Theatre Associates '56-'57. 







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SENIOR DIRECTORY 




CHESTER M. MEARE5, JR. 






BARBARA TRAFTON SMITH 








Certificate in Fashion Illustration 


Box 454, 

Newporl, North Carolina 






104 Boxwood Street 
Hampton. Virginia 








Fashion Club; Cotillion Club; Art Stu- 
dents' League. 


Cerlificdte in Commercial Art 






Certificate in Costume Design 

Fashion Club ■54-'55, '55-'56. 










SYLVIA MILLER 
















1 148 Douglas Street 
Salt Lake City, Utah 






NANCY ANN SMYTH 

4th and Randolph Street 








TWO-YEAR CERTIFICATE 
STUDENTS 


Certificate in Costume Design 






Radford, Virginia 








BEVERLY BLOOM 


Hou5P Council 






Certificate in Costume Design 








229 Edgedale Drive 








Art Students' League '54-'55. 


'55 


-'56. 


56 


High Point, North Carolina 


WALTER JAMES OBMAN 






■57. 








Certificate in Secretarial Science 


5 Woodland Avenue 
Stamford, Connecticut 

Certificate in Commercial Art 

Art Students' League '55-'56, 
Commercial Art Club '55-'56, 


'56 
'56- 


57 
57 


SHIRLEY ANN THOMAS 

120 West Main Street 
Salem, Virginia 

Certificate in Interior Design 








Hillel '55-'56, Secretary '56-'57; Cotillion 
Club '55-'56; Cobblestone Assistant Ad- 
vertising Manager '55-'56; Sophomore 
Class Treasurer ■56-'57; Future Business 
Leaders of America '5t-'57. 


Tennis Team ■65-'56. 
YVONNE PAYNE 






Interior Design Club '54- 
Vice President ■56.'57: Chee 
■56; 828 Dorm Secretary '56- 
ant to Junior Class Sweethea 


55, 
rie 
57 


'55 
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MARILYN MARET MILLER 

119 Queen Street 
Strasburg, Virginia 


Man, West Virginia 














Certificate in Secretarial Science 


Certificate in Interior Design 

Interior Design Club, Preslden 
Shafer House Vice President '56- 


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MARTHA LEE WILLIAMS 

1700 Fairfax Avenue 
Petersburg. Virginia 








Shafer Dorm President ■56-'57; Future 
Business Leaders of America Secretary 
'56-'57- Junior Marshal '55-'56; Apple 

BlossoiVi Representative '57. 




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FACULTY DIRECTORY 

The date after each name indicates year of first appointmer 



EDWARD P. ALLEN (1?50) 



Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

JAt^ES HENRY BAILEY (1955)* 

B.A., College o( William and K/tary 
M.A.. University of Virginia; Ph.D.' 
Georgetown University 

Assistant Professor of History 



MARVIN R. BARKER (1956) 

A.B., University of Ohio; M.A., Ohio 



Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation 
Counseling 



L. WAYNE BATTY (1949) 

B.M.E.P., Illinois Wesleyan University 
B.M., Kansas Clly Conservatory M.M, 
Chicago tvlosical College 

Head of the Department of Voice 

LESLIE LACY BEADLES 1943)* 

B.lvl., Chicago Musical College- M.Ed. 
Phillips University 

Assistant Professor of Music 

KATHERINE BELL (1939, 1955) 

B.A., Weslhampton College- 

M.S., Richmond Professional Institute 

of the College of William and Mary 

Associate Professor of Retailing 

WILLIAM OTTO BEVILAQUA (1955) 

B.F.A., Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary- 
M.F.A., University of North Carolina 



Instructor in Co 



cial Art 



Head of the Department of Fine Arts 

E. ALLAN BROWN (1951) 

A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. University of North 
Carolina 

Head of the Department of English 

WALTER CONVERSE BROWNSON (1955) 

B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute 
Instructor in Commercial Art 



ate Professor of Educatii 



JEWETT CAMPBELL (1947)* 

New York Art Students' League 
(three years); Skowhegan School of 
Painting and Sculpture (two summers); 
Hans Hofmann School of Art 

Assistant Professor of Art 



MILTON CHERRY (1950) 

B.M., American Conservatory of Mus 
M.M., Chicago Musical College 

Head of the Department of Violin 

SHUN-H5IN CHOU (1955) 

B.A., Yenchlng University 
A.M.. University of California- 
Ph.D., Columbia University ' 

Associate Professor of Business 
EVELYN H. COCHRAN (1955) 



THOMAS J. DONOHOE (1956) 

B.S., Boston University 
Instructor in Distribution 

ALLAN A. EASTMAN (1950) 

B.A., State Teachers College. Buffalo- 
Diploma in Art Education, Pratt Institute 
Diploma in Design, Vesper George 
School of Art 

Assistant Professor of Arts and Crafts 

OLIVE J. FAULKNER (1955) 

B.S. and M.S., Kansas State Teachers 
College, Pittsburgh; B.S. In Nursing, 
University of Colorado— Colorado 
General Hospital; Certificate in public 
health nursing. Western Reserve 
University; R.N. 

Professor of Nursing 



B.S. and M.S.. Virginia Polytechnic 
Associate Professor of Engineering 

JANE B. GLADDING (1947) 

B.A., Smith College- 
Technician, Rockefeller Institute lor 
Medical Research (6 years)- M. S. 
University of Richmond 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

LEWIS C. GOLDSTEIN (1955) 

B.S. and M.S., University of Richmond- 
Ph.D.. University of Virginia 

Associate Professor of Biology 



ARTHUR O. BIEHL (1954) 

B.F.A.. Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary 

Instructor in Commercial Art 

VYTAUTAS J. BIELIAUSKAS (1950) 

B.A., University of Vilkaviskls- M.A., 
Ph.D., University of Tuebingen Germanv 
C.C.P. (Certified Clinical Psychologist 
Virginia) 

Director of the School of 
Clinical and Applied Psychology 

ELIZABETH LEE BIRBARI (1955) 

B.A., Monmouth Co'lege- 

B.F.A., Goodman Theatre, An Institute 

ol Chicago; 

M.F.A., University of Texas 

Instructor in Dramatic Art 

JOHN A. BLAKE (1949) 

A.B., Presbyterian College (S.C); 
M.A., Johns Hopkins University 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 



MAURICE BONDS (1942) (1947) 

B.F.A., Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary 
M.A.. Teachers College, Columbia 
University; Art Students' League, Ne 



Associate Professor of Social Work 

(In charge of Rehabililation) 



GENEVIEVE CUMMINGS (1953) 

B.S., College of St. Calherine- 
O.T.R.. American Occupational The 



NADIA DANILEVSKY (1943)* 

Graduate Moscow University; Fe'lowship 
Graduate School of Social Economy. 
Bryn Mawr College; I nstitute for Research 
in Social Science, University of 
North Carolina 

Instructor in Sociology 

ALICE DAVIS (1941) 

A.B., Radcllffe College; M.S.. in Social 
Work, Richmond Professional Institute of 
the College of William and Mary- 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina 

Professor of Sociology 

HOWARD HUNTER DAVIS (1938) 

A.B.. University of Richmond- 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University 

Professor of Government and Economics 



RALPH E. GREEN (1953) 



ALONZO LEE HALL (1954) 



Assistant Professor of Business 

DOROTHY TENNENT HAMILTON (1946) 

Certificate in Interior Decoration. Rich- 
r^ond Professional Institute of the 
College of William and Mary 

Instructor in Interior Design 
ROBERT HESTER (1953) 



Head of the Department of Inte 
Design 



HENRY HORACE HIBBS (1917) 

A.B., Cumberland College (Ky.); A.M., 
Brown University; Ph.D., Columbia 



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60 



FACULTY DIRECTORY 



DOROTHY C. MILLIARD (1953) 



JOHN TEN EYCK HILTON (1950) 

B.F.A., Yaie School of Fine Arts; 
Head of the Department of 
Commercial Art 

RAYMOND HODGES (1940) 

B.5., Stale Teachers College, Blooms- 
burg, Pennsylvania; M.A., Teachers Col- 
lege, Columbia University 

Head of the Department of Dramatic Art 
and Speech; Director, School of Art. 

BETTE LEMPKE HOPKINS (1951) 

B.S. and M.A., University of New 
Hampshire; Certificate in Occupational 
Therapy, Richmond Professional Institute 
of the College of William and Mary 



HARRY W. HOUGH (1954) 

8.F-A., Chicago Academy of Fine Ari 

Instructor in Commercial Art 



RUTH H. HYLAND (1949)* 

B,5., University of Illinois- 

MA,, Teachers College, 'Columbii 



MARVIN L, INGRAM (1949) 



Associate Profe 



■of Ec 



HAIGH JAMGOCHIAN (1956) 

B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Instructor in Commercial Art 

MARGARET L. JOHNSON (1930) 



MARY EUGENIA KAPP (1940, 1946) 



Ph.D-, University of North Carolina 

Professor of Chemistry; 

Director of the School of Applied Scienc 



GEORGE F. KENNEDY (1955) 

C-E,, Lehigh University 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

LOUIS A. KINUM (1956) 

A. A. 5. B.S., Rochester Institute of 
Technology 

Instructor in Distribution 
NATALIE KNEELAND (1947)" 



Professor of Distributive Education 



JOHN DREWRY LAMBERT (1955) 

B.S., Richmond Professional Institi 
the College of William and Mary- 
Candidate for M.S.. Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute 

Instructor in Business 



DELL LEBO (1955) 

B.A., New York University; 
M,A., Florida State University- 
Candidate for Ph.D., Florida St, 



Assistant Professor of Psychology 

ANNE L. LEGGE (1956) 

B.A., College of William and Mary- 
M,A., University of Virginia 

Instructor in English 

BETTY LLOYD (1956) 

B.A., M.A., Norlhweslern University 
Instructor in English 

WILLIAM HUTCHISON LOCKEY JR. 
(1947, 1955) 



LEONARD FRANKLIN MAIDEN (1955) 

B.S., Richmond Professional Institute of 
the College of William and Mary 

Instructor in Retailing 

MARY VIRGINIA MARKS (1950) 
B.A., Sweet Briar College; 
Diploma, Sorbonne, France- 
M.S., School of Retailing New York 
University 

Professor of Distributive Education 
SALLIE B. MARKS (1946)* 



Instructor in Costume Design 



MARGARET LONG MAY (1955) 

B,S., American University- 

M.S., George Washington University 



Instructor in Biology 



ALGER Y. MAYNARD (1950)* 



Assistant Professor of Edu 



H. ELIZABETH MESSICK (1949) 

O.T.R., American Occupational Therapy 
Association; Diploma in Occupational 
Therapy, Maryland Institute; Chief Occu- 
pational Therapy Branch, U.S. Depart- 
ment of the Army, 1944-49. 

Director of the School of 
Occupational Therapy 



FRANCIS MAYES MOORE (1954) 



Instructor in Corr 



JOHN L. MORGAN (1955) 

B.S., B.F.A., Temple University- 
M.F.A., University ol North Carolina 

Instructor in Engineering 



Dean of Students; Registrar 

RUSSELL A. JOHNSTON (1956) 

8.S., Richmond Professional Insti 
the College of William and Mary 

Assistant Instructor in Business 
BARBARA E. JUDKINS (1955) 



ate Professor of Social Work 



Assistant Professor of Dramatic Art 

ROLAND OMER LUCIER (1955) 

B.S., United Slates Naval Academy 
M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

ROSAMOND McCANLESS (1938) 

A.B., Converse College; 

A.B., in Library Science and MA, 

University of North Carolina 

Librarian 



HAZEL MUNDY (1936) 

Traphagan School of Fashion, New York- 
McDowell School of Costume Design 
New York 



MALCOLM L. MURRILL (1948) 



Mathematics and Engineering 



GEORGE T. KALIF (1943) 



JEAN H. McCONNELL (1950) 



JOHN NELSON (1954) 



Director of the School of Social Work 

•Part time. 



Instructor in Mu 



Assistant Professor of Mu 



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FACULTY DIRECTORY 


LUCILLE LAMBERT NES (1«5) 


VERONITA W. SHAMP (1953)* 


Associate Professor of Recreational 


B.A. University of Wisconsin- 
M,A., Northwestern University 


B.S., North Dakota State College 
Instructor in Costume Design 


Leadership; Acting Director, School of 
Applied Social Science. 


Assistant Instructor of 






Dramatic Art and English 




PEGGY LEE WATTS (1956) 




AILEEN SHANE (1929) 


A.B., Randolph-Macon College- 


WILLIAM R. O'CONNELL. JR. (1955) 


A. B., Converse College; M.S.S. Smith 


M.A., Syracuse University 


B.M.E. Richr^ond Professional Institute 


College, School of Social Work 


Instructor in Biology 


of the College of William and Mary 


Professor of Psychiatric Social Work 




Assistant to the Provost 




KATHRYN L. WEAVER (1954) 




VOLNEY SHEPARD (1944) 


A.B., Mary Baldwin College; 
Certificate, Vaughan Allergy Clinic 


DONALD P. OGDON (1?55) 


B.A., Washington Stale College- B.M. 


B.S., University of Illinois; 
M.A., University of Texas; 


and M.M., Chicago Musical College 


Instructor in Chemistry 


Ph.D.. University of Missouri 


Professor of Music; 




Associate Professor of Psychology 


Director, School of Music 


MARY LOUISE WELLMAN (1954) 

A.B., University of Colorado; 


PATRICK S. OSSO {l»55) 


JOSEPH F. SMEALL (1953) 


M.S., New York University of Retailing 


B.F.A.. Richmond Professional Institute of A.B., University of Washington; 


Associate Professor of Distribution 


the College of William and Mary 


M.A., Johns Hopkins University 




Instructor in Photography 


Assistant Professor of English 


CARL F. H. WERMINE (1955) 


ELNORA M. OVERLEY (1955) 


ELIZABETH J. SMITH (1955) 


B.S. and M.S., University ot Illinois 


B.S., Mary Washington College; 


B.S., Radford College- 


Head of the Department of Journalism 


M.B.A., University of Indiana 


M.S., University of Virginia 




Associate Professor of Business 


Instructor in English 


PAUL C. WERMUTH (1955) 

A.B. M.A.. Boston Unlverslly- 


THERESA POLLAK (1928) 


J. MARSHALL SNELLING (1948) 


Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University 


B.S., University of Richmond; 
Harvard University (one summer); 


B.A., and M.A., University of Richmond 


Assistant Professor of English 


New York Art Students' League 
(4 years) 


Assistant Professor of Sociology 


LOUIS W. WILLIAMS (1955) 


Professor of Art 


WILLIAM C. SPARKS (I95i) 


Instructor in Advertising 


BENNETT REIMER (1955) 


Tennessee Polytechnic Institute 


HOMER D. WILLIS (1956) 


B.S.M.E.. Fredonla State Teachers Co 


Instructor in Occupational Therapy 


B.S.. West Virginia University 


lege; M.S.M.6., University of Illinois 




M.Ed., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 


Instructor in Music 


WADE O. STALNAKER (1955) 

A.B., Fairmont State College; 


Assistant Professor of Business 


CHARLES C. RENICK (1953) 

B.F.A. M.F.A. Richmond Professional 


A.M., West Virginia University; 
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh 


Oni Y. WINDMUELLER (1953) 


Institute of the College of William 


Director of the School of 


Journeyman Costume Designer, trained 
in Germany 


and Mary 


Rehabilitation Counseling 




Assistant Professor of Art 


GRACE W. TAYLOR (1955) 


Instructor in Costume Design 


MARGARETTA M. REYNOLDS (1952) 


B.S., Richmond Professional Institute ot 


JACOB ALFRED WOLKEAU (1954) 


Ph.B,, M,A., University of Chicago 


the College of William and Mary 


B.A., University of Pennsylvania- 
Graduate student, George Washington 


Associate Professor of Social Work 


Assistant Instructor in Business 


University and University of Maryland 


WALTER L. RICHARDS, JR. (1951) 


DONALD TENNANT (1952) 


Instructor in Engineering 


B.S., Virginia Military Institute; 
Ivl.A., University of Virginia 


B.S., Ohio Stale University; 
M.M. University of Michigan- 


MILES WALKER WOODS (1946) 


Assistant Professor of Biology 


Ph.D.. University of Iowa 
Head of the Department of 


A.B., Vanderbill Unlversity- 
M.A., Peabody College 


ALBERT A. ROGERS (194i) 


Music Education 


Assistant Professor of English 


B.A., University of Richmond- 






B.S.. M.A., and Ph.D., University 


EDWIN R. THOMAS (1950, 1955) 


JULIET LEE WOODSON (1944) 


of Virginia 


B.A., University of Richmond; 


A.B., Westhampton College; 


Professor of History 


M.S., North Carolina Slate College; 
Candidate for Ph.D., Syracuse University 


M.A., Columbia University 
Instructor in Modern Languages 


RALPH AUGUSTUS RUSH (1954) 


Assistant Professor of Psychology 




B.S., University of Wyoming- 




KENNETH ZIMMER (1952) 


M.S.. New York University; 


LOIS McGregor washer (1937) 




Candidate for Ph.D., New York 




B.S. New York University 


University 


B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology; 
M.S., In Social Work Richmond Pro- 


M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University 


Professor of Retailing; 


fessional Institute of the College of 


Professor of Business Education; 


Director, School of Distribution 


William and Mary 


Director, School of Business 


•Part lime. 







62 



Acknowledgments 



And now as this record of a year at the Richmond Professional 
Institute Is finished, the Staff of the 1957 Cobblestone wishes 
to acknowledge the help so generously given by: 

William R. O'Connell, Jr., Advisor to the Cobblestone, who 
was the answer to so many of our problems. 

The Prescript Staff, who aided with pictures and copy. 

Blllie W. hiarless, who made countless telephone calls and did 
an equal amount of typing for the Cobblestone. 



Thelma hfornbarger, who so ably assisted the Business 
Manager. 



To our Advertisers, who again professed Interest and support 
for RPI and the Cobblestone. 



And to countless others, although not mentioned by name, who 
assisted when their help was so vitally needed. 



163 



Index 



Aaronson, Samuel I.. 70 
Abrams, Sylvia S.. 70 
Acord. Ruth J.. Al 
Adams, Katherine C. 70 
Adelsohn. Arianne. 62 
Albaugh, Nan, 70 
Albert, Catherine C, 49 
Alcock, Carol. 38 
Alexander. Barbara. i2 
Alexander. Bevin. 25 
Allen. Barbara J.. 38 
Allen. Barbara J.. 54 
Allen. Edward. 20. 134. 138 
Altschull. Beverley S.. 70 
Ambrose. Margaret F.. 70 
Anderson. Barbara J.. 54 
Anderson. Reba L.. 62 
Ardman. Albert. 54. 92 
Arnetl, James. 62 
Arrington. Deloris J.. 38 
Atkins. Anna B.. 38 
Atkins. Jane M., 62 



Bachman. Mary K.. 54 
Badders, Frank LeRoy, 62 
Bailey. Dorothy. 26 
Baker. Helen H,. 49 
Baldv<in. Karen C. 70 
Baldwin. Lonola F.. 70 
Ball. Evelyn C. 70 
Banks. Cecile B.. 38 
Bardin. Anne E.. 54 
Barnes. Charles M.. 37. 38. 122 
Barnes. Trilby. 70 
Barker. Marvin. 29 
Barron. Sally C. 30 
Basnight. Beverly A.. 62 
Battcock. Patricia. 70. 90 
Batty. L. Wayne. 26 
Baumgardner. Kristine A.. 62 
Bauserman. Diana. 62 
Baiemore. Harold N.. 138 
Beadles. Hunter W,. 70 
Beall. Sarah M.. 54 
Beard. Dorothy M.. 70 
Beasley. Shirley A,. 70 
Beck Marilynn L.. 54 
Becksteffer. Suzanne C. 62 
Belcher, Annie F.. 38 
Bell. Barbara A.. 70 
Bell. Beulah K.. 61. 62 
Bell. Katherine. 23 
Belvin. Nettie H.. 38 
Betts. Bruce B.. 54 
Betts. Warren R.. 38 
Bevilaqua. William. 19 
Beville. William O.. 70 
Bickerstaff. Ann L.. 62 
Biehl. Arthur. 19 
Birbari Elizabelh. 18 
Bieliauskas. Vyiautas. 22 
Bishop. Charles W.. 38 
Black. Barbara B.. 54. 80 
Black. Judith M,. 54. 85 
Black. Lois C. 38 
Blacker. Edwin. 54 



. 62 



Blaha. Arlene. 38 

Blanchard. Julius. Jr.. 38. 104. 122 

Bloom. Beverley. 50 

Bollinger. Betty S.. 70 

Bond. Janet Gay. 70 

Bonds. Maurice. 18 

Bostic, Leslie A.. 38 

Boswell. Robert B.. 70 

Bowden. Beverly J.. 38 

Bowden. Joseph M.. Jr.. 62 

Bowker. Marylen J.. 70. 124 

Bradshaw. Gerald S.. 70 

Bridgers. Joyce W.. 54 

Brillheart. Evelyn L.. 70 

Brittle. Lawrence G.. 62 

Britton. Hughes L., 39 

Britton. Raleigh E.. 62 

Broaddus Mary P.. 39 

Brown. E, Allen. 25 

Brown. Geraldine M.. 36. 39 

Brown. Robert A.. 70 

Brown. Suzanne A.. 70 

Brownson Walter. 19 

Bruffee. Nelda F.. 62 

Bryant. Alice J.. 70 

Bryant, Harold F.. 39 



Bryant. Ramon E.. 70 
Buchanan. Bobby 0., 70 
Burford. Pearl, 20 
Burkat. Rosalind K.. 62 
Burton. Alma. 51. 54. 126 
Burke. Joyce R.. 39 
Burnette. Richard R,. 54 
Burton. Alma L., 54 
Butler. Ruth C. 70 
Butler. Ruth P.. 30 
Byrnes. James D., 70 



Cabe. Alice R.. 54 
Cadwallader. Margaret J.. 54 
Callom. Vance. 70 
Calvert, Nancy J., 39 
Camden, Hazel R., 54 
Campbell. Dick. 94 
Campbell. Louis. 71 
Campbell. Twila M.. 62 
Canfora. Santina A.. 39. 86. 127 
Cann. Philip G.. 71 
Carew. Rhoda C. 37. 39. 97 
Carmines. Benjamin. 62 
Carr. Minnie A.. 39. 86 
Carter. Margaret. 70 
Carter. Penelope L.. 62 
Carver. Harry. 51. 54. 122 
Casky, Linda H,. 54 
Caylor. Barbara A.. 62 
Chambers. Meredi h A.. 49. B5 
Chandler. Ronald H.. 71 
Chapin. Virginia S.. 54 
Charlton. Judith A,. 71 
Cherry. Milton. 26 
Childs. Ruth. 27 
Chorney. Bill H.. 54 
Chou. Shun-Hsin. 21 
Chumney. William D., 62 
Clark, Christine M,, 54 
Clark, James Harvey. 71 
Clark. James v.. 63 
Clem. Lucy B.. 63. 91 
Clements. Lewis F., 71 
Clements, Wayne E., 71 
Coakley, Carroll B., 54 
Coakley, Shirley M., 71 
Cochran. Evelyn. 29 
Coffman. Barbara J.. 39 
Coffman. Jacqueline L.. 71 
Coiner. Marye M.. 63 
Collins. Patricia A.. 63 
Coltrain. Philip L.. 63. 92. 123 
Cook. Waller D,. 71 
Coomber. Janice R.. 63 
Cooper. Richard C. 71 
Cosby. William J.. 31 
Costen. Mildred E.. 71 
asy. Robin D.. Jr.. 54 



Curr 



. 28 



Dahners. Gail M.. 63 
Dalton, Patricia A.. 71. 66 
Daniel. Herschel L.. 63 
Danilevsky. Nadia. 20 
Davidson. Alice G.. 55. 91 
Davidson. Diane A,. 71 
Davis. Darlene. 71 
Davis. George G . 39 
Davis. Howard. 20. 21 
Davis. Mary M.. 71 
Davis. Tuck. 55 
Delaney. Betty A.. 39. 80. 129 
Dcllinger. Janice W.. 71 
DeLuca. Donna F.. 71 
Dempsey. Deana Marie. 71 
Dent. Joseph B.. Jr.. 40 
Devore. Janis M,. 69. 71 
DeWitt. Thomas E.. 63 
Dickson. Jane A.. 55 
Dicdrich. Ann E.. 63 
Diradour. Dorothy A.. 55. 126 
Donahoe, Thomas. 23 
Dorsk. Eileen R.. 71 
Downer. Nancy Caroll. 40 
Dumouchelle. Marie T.. 40 



Eaton 


1. Clarence D., 71 


Edds. 


Carol E., 63 


Edwa 


rds, Carole J., 71 


Ende 


, Marilyn R., 61, 63. 67 


Engli 


sh. Edward Alonzo. 72 


Engli 


sh. Lucy H . 55 


Engli 


sh. Robert T.. 16 


Epste 


in. FayeS..49 


Ether 


idge. Shirley R,. 72 


Evan: 


i. Judith. 55 


Evan! 


i, Patricia J., 63 



Falling, John M.. 55, 123 
Fain, Joan, 123 
Farrar, Ruth M., 72 
Fary, Elizabeth, 31 
Faulkner, Olive, 27 
Feese, Rosemary Lee. 40. 87 
Feldman. Esta E.. 72 
Fetters. Ruth Mary. 40 
Fields. Edward C. 40 
Finks. Jane N.. 88 
Fisher. James D.. 72 
Fitchett. Ann G.. 72 
Flagge. William L.. 40 
Fleet. R. Hill. 16 
Folts. Carol E.. 40 
Fones. William A.. 63 
Forrester. Eugene S.. 24 
Foster. C. A. B.. 24 
Foster. Ellen S.. 55 
Fouts, Lorena K.. 40 
Fowler, Walter L., Jr., 55 
Fox. Frank H.. 40 
Foyles. Sarah Lee. 72 
Frages. Mary M.. 55 
Frahcr. Betty W.. 63 
French. Cecilia A.. 63 
Friedman. Toby Ann. 55 
Friend. John A.. Jr.. 40 
Fulton. Kenneth J.. 72 



Hall. Ann C. 
Hall. Faye L., 
Hall, Lee, 21 



Hammack, Margaret, 72 
Hammack, Thelma, 72 
Hammell. Catherine. 55 
Hanson. George. 63 
Harding. June. 63 
Hardy. Nancy (Mrs.). 41 
Hardy. Shirley. 72 
Harless. Billie W.. 30 



Ha 



Ira. 41 



Harper, Je 
Harris, Lucy M., 72 
Harrison, Thomas B., 72 
Harshbarger, Karen J.. 123 
Hart. Walter R.. 56 
Haupt. Lillie. 31 
Hautekeete, Francoise J.. 72 
Havens. Nancy L.. 72 
Hawthorne. Waverly H.. 56 
Hazelhurst. Bellie A.. 64 
Hendry. Helen. 56 
Herbert. Mary E.. 41 
Hester. Robert F.. 18 
Hibbs. H. H.. 14. 23. 51 
Hicks. Leona D.. 72 
Hidgon. Norma. 56 
Hildrelh. Ward S.. 37. 41 
Hilton. John. 18 
Hilliard. Dorothy, 20, 134 
Hodges. Raymond. IB. 97 
Hogg. Joyce A.. 64 
Holland. Robert, Jr., 73 
Holland, Virginia E.. 64 



. Vale 



. 73 



Holt. Betsy F,. 64 
Hopkins. Bette. 28 
Hord. Donald C. 73 
Horine. Frances J.. 73. 86 
Home. Blanche R.. 64 
Howell. George C. 73 
Hough. Winston. 19 
Hoylc. Margaret A.. 64 
Hubard. Alice S.. 56 
Hubbard. Luther H.. 64 
Hudgins. Joan D,. 73 
Hudgins. Melissa A,. 41 
Hunt. Eugene H.. 64 
Hunter. William S.. 56 
Hyland. Ruth. IB. 106 



Gailes. Bruce L.. 63 




Gallagher. Nancy J.. 63 


* 1 * 


Gallamore. Sara F.. 55 




Gardner Nancy Olivia. 72 




Garlick James A.. 55 


Iddings, Paul C, 56 


Geaslen. John W,. 40 


Imber. Eleanor. 56 
Inge. Irving C. 56 
Ingram. Morvin. 20. 21 


Gentry. Ralph E.. 55. 138 


Gentry. Sylvia T.. 41. 51. 123 


Gholson. Jerry E., 138 




Gibson, Jane M , 41 


• J • 


Gilbert. George A.. 72 


Gilbert, John F., 63 




Gilliam, Jean C. 41 


Jackson, Robert B.. 73 


Gimbert. Ina P.. 72 


James. Douglas W.. 73 


Gladding. Jane B.. 17 


Jamgochian. Haigh. 19 


Glover. Richard W.. 72 


Jarvis, Janet D., 64 


Glover. Ruth G.. 72 


Jeanelle. Janice E.. 69. 73 


Golding. Lois E.. 72 


Jenkins. Roy G.. 56 


Goldstein. Lewis C. 17 


Jesse. Beverly A.. 56 


Goodfellow. Denice B.. 41. 128 


Johnson. Brice E.. Jr.. 41 


Goodwyn. Anne G.. 55 


Johnson. Jacqueline A.. 56. 87 


Gose. George B.. 41 


Johnson. Leon R,. Jr.. 41 


Gosnell. Jeannie G.. 72 


Johnson. Margaret. L.. 15. 77. 81. 83 


Graham, Janice C. 72 


Johnson. Mary J.. 64 


Gravely. Joy. 55 


Johnston. Jeanette C. 42 


Graves. Marshall E.. 72 


Johnston. Partricia N. 42. 127 


Gravett. William A.. 138 


Johnston Russell. 21. 104 


Green, Ralph, 24 


Jones. Benjamin 8.. 64 


Green, Ralph E.. 17 


Jones. Beverly M.. 73 


Green. William E.. 55 


Jones. Joyce A.. 73 


Greenberg. Irving. 55. 94 


Jones. Margaret H.. 73 


Gregory. Gerald H.. 63 


Jones. Marion A.. 73 


Grimsley. Edward. 25 


Jones. Suzanne Faulkner. 49. 51 


Grogan. Sara J.. 55 


Jones. Orville H.. Jr.. 42 


Groves. Alice L.. 41 


Jones. Thomas E., 42 


Grubb. Jane M.. 41 


Jordan, John P.. 73 


Grubb. Louise A., 55 


Jorgensen, Carl E.. 42 


Guhr, Erwin W., 41 


Joyce. Edward P., 56 


Gup, Diane P., 63 


Judkins, Barbara, 29 



Kalif. George. 29 
Kaminski. Genevieve F.. 64 
Kapp. Mary E.. 17 
Kegley, Dixie E.. 73 
Kegley. Melvin. 42 
Keiningham. Jean T.. 36. 42 



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Kclley. Elwood C. 73 
Kelly, John R., M 
Kennedy, George. 24 
Kennett. Ellen 6., 56 
Kerpelman, Howard E,, B6 
Kersey, Gwendolyn A., 73 
King, Barbara L., 73, 87, 124 
Kinney, Rosemary, 56, 122 
Kinum. Louis, 23 
Kirby, Ann L., 64 
Kirk, Marcia J.. 64 
Kifkman, Byron J.. 73 
Knee. Sidney M.. 42 
Koumparakis, Elaine S,, 42 
Kuyk, Janet C, 42 



Lamb, Norma E., 42 
Lambert, John, 21. 104, 105 
Lammers, Jacqueline C. 42 
Lancaster. Suzanne, 31 
Langner. Carol. 64 
Larkin, Jean, 42 
Larsen, Milton K., 64 
Larson, Jayne. 73 
Lawrence, Edward R., 73 
Layne, Evelyn Mae, 42 
Lea. Almaly M.. 42 
Leatherman, Betty L., 56 
Leatherwood, Mary A.. 64 
Lebo. Dell, 22 
Ledford, Richard A.. 64 
Lee. Jean M., 64 
Lee, Robert W., 64, 80 
Leedy, James A.. 37. 43 
Leffel, JuneC, 43 
Leftwich, Mildred S., 64 
Legge. Anne, 25 
Lewis, Barbara, 69 
Lewis. Lynne A,. 73 
Lewis. Neva E., 73 
Lewis. Ralpti B., 43 
Lilos. George, 73 
Lockey. William. 18. 53 
Lloyd, Betty. 25 
Lown. Martha E.. 73 
Lucier. Roland O.. 22 
Lucy. Carlton H.. 43 
Lupton. Elizabeth, 64 



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MacBaisey, Prenda, 56 
Maclntyre, Margaret. 73 
Mackey. Marion. 56 
Maddccy, Sandra, 43, 57 
Magee, Charles, 43 
Magill, George David, 56 
Maiden, Leonard. 23 
Major, Mary Lou, 74 
Manley, Ann, 74 
Manning. James, 65 
Markoff, Edwin, 56 
Marks, Mary, 23 
Marks, Sallie, 19 
Marston, Merle Elaine, 65 
Martin. Barbara Ann, 43 
Martin, Ernestine, 74 
Martin, Eunice, 27 
Martin, Frances Sue. 74 
Massengil, Bobby, 57 
Mattais. Benjamin. 43 
Matthis. Delia, 57 
Matzek, Carole J., 67, 74 
May, Margaret Long. 17 
Mayer. Joe Frederick, 43, 51 
Mayes, Elsie Paige, 65 
Maynard. Alger, 20 
McClure, Joyce A., 56 
McConnell, Frances L., 73 
McConnell, Jean H., 26 
McCanless. Rosamond. 16 
McCraken. William B, 43 
McCray, Richard T,, 56 
McGowen, Patricia A.. 125 
McGrady, Jacqueline. 64 
McLean. David. 64 
McManus. Carol J., 56 
McNeal, Peggy J., 73 
McWhirf, Lewis M., 65 
McWilliams, Floyd, Jr., 74 
McWilliams, William Harvey. 74 
Meares, Chester M., Jr., 49 
Messick, H. Elizabeth. 28 
Messick. Gretchen F.. 43 
Michaux, Betsy A., 74 
Michaux, Louis A.. 57 
Midgelf, Elizabeth, 74 
Miller, Anne. 74 
Miller. Elizabeth, 51, 57, 83 



Miller, Marilyn Maret, 50, 91. 130 
Miller, Sylvia, 49. 90 
Mills, Peter D., 57 
Mills, Sandra Louis, 65 
Minton, Preston L.. 57 
Mitchell, Gloria, 43 
Mitchell. John E.. 65 
Montgomery. Norma J,. 74 
Moore. Francis. 19 
Moore. William M., 65 
Morand. Margaret A.. 74 
Morgan. John. 24 
Morris. Blanch, 44 
Morris, Jacqueline A., 74 
Morris, Judith G., 44 
Moyers. James P., 44 
Mumlord, Jean P., 74 
Mundy, Hazel, 18 
Murrill. Malcolm. 24 
Mustard. Mildred C. 
Myers. Lucille Annette, 44 

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Nash. Betty Hoyle, 124 
Nash. Jacquelin G., 74 
Neal, Charles D., 44 
Neathery, Norma M.. 44 
Nedlock, Joseph W., 44 
Nelson, John. 26 
Nelson, Margaret P., 44 
Nemecek, Randolph C, 65 
Nes Lucille, 18 
Newcome. Kathryn. 27 
Nicar. Sara L.. 74 
Nobles, Gerald B.. 57 
Norris. Donald L.. 67 
Nuckols. Norman Jackson, 44 



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Padgett, Robert D.. 44. 138 
Pamplin, Oliver A., 44 
Parker. William, 74 
Parmesano. Margaret L.. 51, 57, 
Parr, Robert J., 45 
Parish, Nelda. 31 
Paschall, Betty A,. 45 
Paschall, Hugh C, 45 
Paschall, Jack F., 45 
Patteson, Harriette, 27 
Patterson, Ralph M., 57 
Paul, Billy R., 45 
Payne, May J., 65, 85 
Payne, Willi. 



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Perkins, Charles T., 45 
Perry, Joyce M., 45 
Peery, Judy E., 74 
Peyton. William Hernd 
Pole, Charlotte S., 98 
Pollak, Theresa. 18 
Pond, Donald R., 74 
Popejoy. Margaret A., 
Porter, Richard L., 74 



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Powell, Margaret E., 
Pritchard. Ralph D., 1 
Pullian. Joan W., 74 
Pulley, Charles M., 4E 
Purcell, Thomas F., 4! 
Puize, Sharon S.. 45 



Quidley. Betty L.. 65 



Radcliffe. Donald A,, 74 
Raines. Mary B., 65 
Ramsaur. Linda L.. 74, 85 



Ramsey, Patricia R.. 75 
Ramsey, Robert A.. 45 
Rapp. Barbara. 57. 86. 123 
Ratcliff. Walter E., 57, 123 
Ravnddl, Carole, 90. 45 
Reade, Eugene, 36, 45 
Redman. Philip, 65 
Reimer. Bennet, 26 
Renick, Charles, 18, 100 
Reynolds, Charles, 46, 122 
Reynolds, Margaretta, 29 
Rhodes, John, 57 
Richards, David Lee, 61, 65 
Richards. Walter L.. 17 



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Sant, Barbara B., 46 
Scherr, Elise B., 122 
Schlossberg. Nancy J.. 46 
Sears, James T., 75 
Seay, Charles, 57 
Seichrist, Ronald L., 57 
Seigel, Suellen, 75 
Shafer, Arline M., 66, 96 
Shamp, Veronta. 19 
Shames, Seymour Lewis, 75 
Shane, Aileen, 29 
Shanks, Walter, 66 
Sharpe, Victoria, 75 
Shearin, James, 46 
Shearin, Jeannette, 46 
Shefflette, Evelyn M.. 58 
Shepard. Volney. 26 
Shira, Robert C, 46 
Shuler, Aubrey D., 46 
Shumate Harry A., 36, 37, 46 
Siegel, Celia, 75 
Simms, Annie P.. 30 
Simpson, Lester T., 35, 37, 46 
Singer, Rosalind D., 66 
Sirles, Wilbur M.. 66 
Sisler. Grace B,. 58. 87 
Slate. Mamie, 31 
Slaughter, Anne M,, 46 
Sloyer, Evelyn-Ann E., 75 
Smart, Jack M., 46 
Smeall, Joseph, 25 
Smith, Barbara T.. 49 
Smith, Carl T,, 66 
Smith, Dianna E., 75 
Smith, Elizabeth, 25 
Smith, Janet F., 47. 98 
Smith, Patricia W.. 47. 86 
Smith, William H., 47 
Smyth, Nancy A., 49 
Snelling, Marshall, 20 
Solari, Margaret T.. 47 
Soles, Thomas D., 69, 75 
Sparks, William, 28 
Spencer, Rudolph H., 47 
Spicer, Rebecca B.. 75 
Springfield. Claude A., 75 
Sprinkle, Carolyn J., 47 
Slahl, Use S., 47 
Stahlnaker, Wade O., 29 
Stanton, Donna J., 75 
Stark, Virginia A., 58, 86, 97 
Stephenson, Linda M., 66 
Stephenson, Shirley Anne, 66, 
Stone, George E., 66 
Storey, William B.. 75 
Straley. Juanita L., 66, 125 
Stuart, Charles K.. 66 
Sweet, Edith D, 125 
Sykes. Mosetta P.. 58 



Taylor, Barbara A., 75 
Taylor, Gayle. 75 
Taylor. Grace, 21 
Taylor, Gwendolyn C. 75 



Tedder. Gladys. 30 
Templelon. Milburn Brownlee. 4 
Tennant. Donald. 26 
Terry, John T., 58 
Terry, Lucille, 31 
Terwilliger, Jacquelin B., 47 
Teykaerts. Louis, 20 
Thomas, Edwin R.. 22 
Thomas. John H,, 47, 80 
Thomas, Shirley A., 50, 59. 126 
Thompson, Clyde M., 58 
Thompson. Donald C. 138 
Thompson. Helen L., 75 
Thompson, Martha S.. 75 
Thompson. Rockia J.. 75 
Titmus, Edward W., 58 
Tobin. John H.. Jr.. 36. 47. 138 
Tombes Jane M., 35, 47 
Tomko, Marian E., 75 
Tompkins, Dwayne V., 75 
Tucker, Barbara A., 66. 86 
Turner, Jeanne A., 58 
Turner, Robert V., 48 
Tyack, Cynthia, 58 



VanDoren, Judith, 75 
Van Valkinburgh, Phyllis A 
Vaughan, Ronna J., 66, 86 
Venable. Mary B., 58 
Vesley, Margaret C, 75 



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Waldorf, Judith A.. 75 
Walker. Nancy M,. 66 
Walker, Pendleton K., 58 
Walton, Jean K., Jr.. 58 
Washer. Lois. 20. 29 
Watts, Peggy W., 17 
Weaver, Catherine. 17 
Weder, Gisela M., 58 
Weichel, Virginia R., 76 
Weiker, Donald L.. 48 
Wcllman. Mary, 23 
Wermine, Carl. 25 
Wermuth. Paul, 25 
Wesner. Carta E., 58 
West. Druisilla D.. 76 
Weston. Mary J.. 66 
Whilaker, David A., Jr.. 66. 95 
White. Ann C, 48 
White, Jean S., 66 
White, Nancy S., 66 
White, Patricia S., 76 
White, Thomas K., 58 
Whitehead, Thomas I.. 76 
Whitten, Laura F., 76 
Wicker, Bertie L., 76 
Wigg. Anne V.. 76 
Wilkerson, Arthur W.. 58 
Wilkinson. Ann M.. 48 
Williams, Bonnie N., 66 
Williams, Fred A., 48 
Williams, Louis. 23 
Williams. Martha L., 50 
Williamson. Norma R.. 48 
Willis. David. 21. 104 
Wills. Myra G.. 66 
Wilson. Alice F.. 76 
Wilson. Peqgy Jo, 48 
Wimmer, George, 66 
Windmueller, Otti, 19 
WindschitI, James, 48 
Witherington, Allen, 58 
Wolkeau. Jacob. 24 
Womeldorf. Helen. 58 
Wood. Margaret, 48 
Woodruff, James, 49 
Woods, Miles, 25 
Woodson, Juliet, 25 
Woody. Thorr 



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Yeatts, Carolyn, 76 



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