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NANCY LEE CAUFIELD 
Business Manager 
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Published by the 
Students of 
Madison College 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 



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WILLIAM HAMPTON KEISTER 

Citizen and Educator of Citizens 
Heart of Harrisonburg's School System since 1894 




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DEDICATION 





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WILLIAM H. KEISTER, 
retiring superintendent of schools 
of the City of Harrisonburg, may be 
said to embody the simple virtues of 
honesty, industry, loyalty, and gene- 
rosity. For fifty-three years his ser- 
vice to this community and for thirty- 
eight years his friendly co-operation 
with Madison girls have stirred in 
them greater enthusiasm for learn- 
ing and for teaching. A whole gen- 
eration of students have admired and 
cherished his native qualities, his 
eager enthusiasm, his unmixed 
loyalties. 



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FOREWORD 



As we go from classroom to chapel, 
from club meetings to library, from 
tearoom to athletic field, from dances 
to bull-sessions, we find ourselves 
shaped and reshaped by the pressures 
of college life. Our college has thus 
afforded us the opportunity to live 
together democratically, so that we 
may hereafter meet more adequately 
the challenge of community living. 




SENIOR HALL 




JUNIOR HALL 



CONTENTS 



CLASSES 

With commencement we are just beginning to work: we have life's greatest 
lesson to learn, that of becoming a responsible citizen and of applying the knowl- 
edge we have gained in college. 



ADMINISTRATION 

Just as in college we have had the faculty to guide us. so will we in our 
communities lind people to whom we may turn for counsel. 



ORGANIZATIONS 

These have given us experience in politics, parliamentary procedure, leader- 
ship, and responsibility comparable to that found in the political and civic life of 
the average home town. 



ATHLETICS 

Xo life is as full as it can be without the re-creation which sports afford. 

SCHOOL LIFE 

Sharing, planning, and playing with our school friends prepares us for a 
more generous and gracious life. 

FEATURES 

Never cease to aspire for the recognition of the people about you. The final 
headline or newspaper article is onl\' a small climax to the satisfaction which is 
experienced in the struggle. 




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THE LIBRARY 



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CLASSES 



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Senior Class 



W'e came but yesterday, it seems, 
Timid and shy, but full of dreams. 
Our hopes were great, and we so small. 
It seemed at times that they might fall, 
Rut always we worked side by side 
In harmom" together, turning the tide. 



Yes, it was this cooperation, the cooperation 
and guidance of the facultv and our sponsors, 
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. White, and our class presi- 
dents, Jane Hartman, '43-'44, Alice Oliver, '44- 
45, Mary Jane Fulton and Rosetta .Stanley, '43-46, and Alice Agnor '46-47 that 
have made our -vears at Madison the success they have been. 




ALICE AGNOR 




Music in tile snow 



Loafing oil the Lake 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

tanilyn \\ oiMlticld, Shirley Wilkiiis, Margaret Kash, Alice Agnor, Aylceii Kelly, 

Marion Walker, Emma lane Newman 



We became seniors in the fullest sense on our class day. Xovember 6. 1946. Al 
6:30 a. m. Ur. Duke and Mr. \\'hite capped and gowned us. ( )ur faithful mascot, 
Hal \\ bite. esc(jrted us to the .Senior l)reakfast. \ irginia Moore, a \'irginia poet, 
was sponsored as a speaker in assembly; she was living proof that "Poets Can P>e 
Pleasant Company." We had fantastic decorations in Harris n, and a class-night 
program revealed our interpretation of the atomic age to the uiiflergraduates. 

We looked forward with eager anticipation to senior recitals. May Day, job 
placements, and graduation. ( )ur thoughts turn back to fond memories of other 
joyful moments during our f(jur years — The ( )ld-( lirl Xew-(Iirl Wedding, our 
assembly programs. Christmas pageants, and the inevitable day when each class 
movefl up to take its respective place in chajjel wliile the .Seniors marched out inti 
a world all their own. 



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ALICE ELIZABETH AGNOR 

B.S. 

"Who's Who in American Colleges" 

Orchestra, Reporter 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretarx* 



PATRICIA ANDERSON ALIGN 

r..s. 

Sigma Phi Lamlida 

Junior Marslial 
Frances Sale Club 





BETTY SUE ALTMAN 

J'..S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Kappa Delta Pi 

I. R. C, Secretary 



JEAN KECK ANDERSGN 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Y.W.C.A. 





LILLIA CRAIG ASHBY 

B.A. 

Breese, Circulation Manager 

I.R.C. 



ELLEN OLIVIA BAILEY 

B.S. 

Baptist Student Union Council 

Y.W'.C.A. 




VIRGINIA CAROLE BARNES 

IVS. 

I'i Kapjia Sigma. Keeper of .\rchi\cs 

Cotillion Cluli 

lunior Mar-ijial 



JESSIE ELMORE BEAMAN 

B.S. 

Scrihiilers, Chief Scrihe 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, Editor 

SCHOOLM.V'.VM Staff 



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ANNE GLADSTONE BELL 

T..S. 

Mercury C luh 

Y.W.C.A. 

Swimming Sports Leader 



FANNIE CLAIRE BENNETT 

i;.s. 

Sch(X)I.ma'am, Editor 

Kapiia Delta Fi 

Aliilia Sigma Alpha, Chaplain 





REBECCA TABB BENNETT 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary 

Glee Club 

Cotillion Club 



MARGUERITE BROWN 

BERRYMAN 

B.A. 

YA\ .C.A., \'ice-President 

Social Committee 
Honor System Committee 





CATHERINE ELIZABETH 
BITTLE 

B.S. 

Glee Club 

Aeolian Club 

Y.W.C.A. 



JESSIE LOVE BOWEN 

B.S. 

-\lpha Sigma .Alpha 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Pi Omega Pi 





ANNA LaMAR BOWMAN 

]!.S. 

Alpha Sigma .-Mpha 

German Club. Business Manager 

I.R.C. 



ADDIE BELLE BOYD 
Y.W.C.A. 





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JACQUELINE MADELINE 
BOYKIN 

B.S. 

E]nscopal Fellowship, President 

I.R.C. 

Stratford Dramatic Club 



JUANITA AGNES BREEDING 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 

Frances Sale Chd) 




FRANCES ELIZABETH 

BRIDGEWATER 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 

Garden Chili 



NANCY CLAIBOURNE 
BRISTOW 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma 

Social Committee, Chairman 

Cotillion Chill 





PAULINE BROWN 

B.S. 

Schoolm.\'am Staff 

Business Club, Treasurer 

Newman Club 



WILLIE MAE BUCKNER 

B.A. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Alpha Rho Delta 

Y.W.C.A. 




MARGARET KATHLEEN 
CAHILL 

B.S. 

Frances Sale Club 

Sigma Phi Lambda 

Y.W.C.A. 



HOMER THOMASINE 
CALLOWAY 

B.S. 

Art Club 

Baptist Student Union Council 



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MARY VIRGINIA CARSON 

B.S. 

Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary 

Sigma I'lii Lambda 

Curie Science Club, Secretary 



NANCY LEE CAUFIELD 
B.S. 

ScHiioi. ma'am, Business Manager 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

[unior Hall House President 





REBECCA GORDON 
CHAPPELL 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma, President 

Orchestra 

Modern Dance 



UNITY BROMLEY CHAPPELL 

B.S. 

Standards Committee, Chairman 

"Who's Who in American Colleges" 

Pi Kap]ia Sigma, Secretary 



HELEN BROWN CHILDS 

B.S. 
Kappa Delta Pi 

CATHERINE GERTRUDE 
CLENDENNING 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

German Club 

Granddaughters' Club 




MARGUERITE JEAN 
COFFMAN 

B.S. 

Orchestra, President 

Lost Chords, President 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Chaplain 



LAURA ANNE CONDUFF 

B.S. 

Glee Club 

German Club 

Y.W.C.A. 





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JOY ANN CORKAN 

B.S. 

Junior Class, Business Manager 

Alpha Sigma Alpha, Secretary 

Standards Committee 



HILDA DAVIS 

B.S. 

S.G.A., President 

'\\ ho's W ho in American Colleges" 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 





LUCILLE YOUNG DAVIS 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Cotillion Club 

Y.W.C.A. 



RUTH VIRGINIA DAVIS 

B.S. 

Cotillion Gub, President 

Stratford Dramatic Club 

Usher Staff 




WAUGHNITA VIRGINIA 
DAVIS 

B.S. 

A. C. E., President 

Garden Club 



ANNA DAY 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 




MARJORIE ANN DICKIE 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma .Alpha 

German Cluli, Treasurer 

Art Club, President 



ELLA GENETTA DOLLY 

B.S. 

I.R.C. 

Business Club 

W'eslcv Foundation 



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MILDRED HALLER DOUB 

B.S. 

Baptist StudLiit Union 

Social Committee 



LOUSE MAE DRISCOLL 

B.S. 

Y.VX.C.A. 

A.C.E. 



BEULAH 



PEARLE EARMAN 

B.S. 
Glee Club 
Art Oub 



DOROTHY ESTELLE 

ENGLEMAN 

B.A. 

Alpba Rho Delta 

I.R.C. 

Granddaughters' Club 




GERALDINE FRANCES 

ESTEP 

B.S. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Alpha Sigma .Alpha 

Glee Club 

NANCY MARIE PATH 

B.S. 

Stratford Dramatic Club 

Theta Sigma Upsilon 

Junior Marshal 





ALICE ELIZABETH 

FAULKNER 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

I.R.C. 

Y.W.C.A. 



HANNAH STEVENS FINLEY 

B.S. 

Student Council 

A. A., Treasurer 

Panhellenic Council 




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FRANCES FLIPPO 

B.S. 

Business Club 

Y.W.C.A. 



LAURA VIRGINIA FOLTZ 

B.A. 

Y.W.C.A., President 

"Whii's \\ lui in .\merican Colleges" 

Al]iha Sigma Alpha, Vice-President 





MARY JANE FULTON 

J'..S. 

"Who's Who in American Colleges" 

S.G.A., Vice-President 

Pi Kappa Sigma 



MARY HERCELIA GORE 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 




VANNY ZANE HAMMER 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice-President 

Choral Club, President 

Granddaughters' Club 



FRANCES GRAY HARNEST 

B.S. 

Choral Club 

A.C.E., Secretary 

I.R.C. 




MARY JANE HARTMAN 

B.S. 

A. .A., President 

"Who's Who in American Colleges" 

Pi Kappa Sigma 



MADELINE ANN HEATWOLE 

B.S. 

Sesame Club, President 

Y.W.C.A. 



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MARY ELIZABETH HILLMAN 

1'>.S. 

Y.W.C.A. Caliinct 

Choral Clul), Accompanist 

Aeolian ("liili 



FRANCES TRIGG HOLLADAY 

B.S. 
S.G.A., Secretary-Treasurer 
Standards Committee 
Pi Kap;)a Sigma 





MARY ANNE HUDGINS 

B.A. 

Pi Kappa Sigma 

Cotillion Club 

Panhellenic Council 



GENEVA ANN HUGHES 

B.S. 

Student Council 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Sigma Phi Lambda 





JOY HULVEY 

B.S. 

German Club 

Granddaughters' Cluli 



LILLIAN DeCLARENCE 

JEFFRIES 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 

Art Club 
Schooi.ma'am Art Staff 





NINA STALLARD JESSEE 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 



MARGARET FERNE KASH 

B.S. 

Senior Class Oft'icer 

Cotillion C lub 

Student Council 




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LUCILLE JOSEPHINE 
KAVANAUGH 

B.S. 

Theta Siga Upsilon, Editor 

Porpoise Club, Vice-President 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 



NARICE TRAVIS KEEZELL 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Custodian 

Sigma Phi Lambda 

Frances Sale Club 





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VIRGINIA AYLEEN KELLEY 

B.S. 

Baptist Student Union, Vice-President 

Pi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President 

German Club 



PHYLLIS MAE KEMPFER 

B.A. 

Theta Sigma Upsilon 

Schoolma'am Art Staff 

Art Club 





JUNE CECILLE KING 

B.S. 

Usher Staff, Head Usher 

Impaneling Board, Chairman 

A.C.E. 



I.IARGARET JANE KIRWAN 
B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, President 

Panhellenic Council 

Cotillion Club 




DELPHINE VIRGINIA LAND 
B.S. 

Glee Club, President 

German Club 

I'.a]:tist Student Cnion, Music Oirector 



MARTHA ANNIE LEE 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Kappa Delta Pi 

German Club, President 



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EMILY FRANCES LEITNER 
B.S. 

Alpha Sigm;i Alplui 

Breeze, Editor 

"Who's Who in Aineric;iii I ollcgcs" 



EUGENIA CORNELIA 
LOCKARD 

E.S. 

Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Standards Committee 





RACHEL ANN LONG 
B.A. 

Theta Sigma Upsilon 

El Club Espanol 
Granddaughters' Chib 



JEAN MILTON McLENNAN 

B.S. 

Theta Sigma Cpsilon, Treasurer 

Standards Committee 

German Club 




KATHRYN JANE 
McMANAWAY 

B.S. 

Choral Club, President 

Business iMub 

I.R.C. 



VIRGINIA COOK MARRINER 

B.S. 

Kappa Delta Pi, \'ice-Presidcnt 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

German Club 





NANNIE IRENE MARTIN 

B.S. 

Frances Sale Club 

Curie Science Club 

Honor Council 



MARIE ELIZABETH MASON 

B.S. 
Disciples Club, President 
Garden Club, Rejiorter 
I.R.C. 





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SELMA DUKE MASSIE 

B.A. 

Baptist Student Union Council 

Choral Club 

El Club Espanol 



ETHEL BLAND MEADOR 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 

Baptist Student Union, President 





ANITA EVELYN MICHIE 

B.S. 

A.A. 

Baptist Student Union 

Y.W.C.A. 



GLORIA MARLYN MILLER 

B.S. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Scribblers 

Stratford IJramatic Club 





ALICE GERTRUDE 
MONTGOMERY 

B.S. 

Pi Omega Pi 

Schoolma'am Business Staff 

Sigma Phi Lambda 



CARRIE LEE MOORE 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 

Orchestra, Stage Manager 

Le Cercle Francais 




LENA JEANNETTE MOORE 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 

I.R.C. 

A.C.E. 



MILDRED HELEN MOORE 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Baptist Student Union 

Frances Sale Club, Rcjiorter 



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JANE MOORMAN MORGAN 

l'..S. 

Alpliii Sigma Alpha, Registrar 

Siirma I'hi Lanilxla, Prcsidfiit 

Kappa Helta I'i, Secretar_\- 



MARTHA GERALDINE 
MORRIS 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Kappa Delta I'i 

Business Chih, Secretary 




EMMA JANE NEWMAN 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma, Secretary 

Cotillion Club 

Timior Marshal 



MARION BETTIE NORWOOD 

r..A. 

Breeze, Assistant Editor 
Handbook, Editor 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 





JANET MARIE OWEN 
B.S. 

Cotillion Cluh 

Y.W.C.A. 

Junior Class Reporter 



JANIE MARIE PERSON 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau, President 

Panhellenic Council, Chairman 

Social Committee, Treasurer 





DORIS MAUDE PFLUGER 

B.S. 

Frances Sale Cluh 

Y.W.C.A. 



ANNA CAROLYN PHALEN 
B.A. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Cotillion Cluh 





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JEANETTE ALEASE PICKREL 

B.S. 

"\\ ho's Who in American Colleges" 

A. A., \'ice-Presidcnt 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 



JEANNE PRASSE 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Student Council 

lunicjr Marshal 




MARGARET ANNE PRICE 
B.S. 

Aliiha Sigma Tau 



KATHLEEN ANNIE PULLEN 

J',..\. 

Le Cercle Francais 

Y.W.C.A. 





JACQUELINE SHIELDS RADY 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, \'icc-President 

Cotillion Club, \'ice-President 

Freshmen thorns. President 



MARGARET NEFF RITCHIE 

B.S. 

Kappa Delta Pi, President 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Secretary 

Pi Omega Pi 




KATHRYN ROBBINS 

B.S. 

.Mpha Sigma Tau 

Curie Science Club 

Y.W.C.A. 



MARY ELIZABETH RUSSELL 

r-.s. 

Student Council 

Cotillion Club, Sergeant at arms 

Porpoise Club 



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AMY EDITH SANDERS 

B.S. 

Theta Sigina Upsilon 

Frances Sale Club, Secretary 

Kappa Delta Pi, Historian 



HELEN PAGE SCARBOROUGH 

i'..S. 

Sigina Sigma Sigma 

Standards Committee 

Cotillion Club 




JANE HARDY SHAW 

B.S. 

A.C.E. 

Y.WC.A. 



JANE GERTRUDE SHERMAN 

U.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. Treasurer 
Pi Omega Pi 
German Club 





ELINOR JANE SHORT 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Business Club 

I.R.C. 



EASLEY RHODES SHUFORD 

B.S. 
Alpha Sigma Tau 
Frances Sale Club 
Curie Science Club 





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ELIZABETH BOLEN SIBERT 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Cotillion Club 



BEATRICE PAULINE SLOAN 

B.A. 

Breeze Staff 

Cotillion Club 

Urher Staff 




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JEAN MARIE SMITH 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau, President 

Panhellenic Council 

A.C.E. 



MARY FAE SMITH 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Sigma Phi Lambda 





VELNER MAY SOWERS 

B.S. 

Orchestra 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Band 



GLADYS WALTON SPLAUN 

B.S. 

Business Club 

Y.W.C.A. 





FLORENCE EMMA 

SPRINGMANN 

B.A. 

Orchestra 

Scribblers 

SCHOOLMAAM Staff 

ROSETTA STANLEY 

B.S. 

Pi Kapjia Sigma, Keeper of Archives 

German Club, Vice-President 

Junior Class, \'ice-President 





BARBARA FRANCES STEIN 

B.S. 

I.R.C., President 

Stratford Dramatic Cluli, \ice-President 

Alpha Rho Delta 



JUNE COURTNEY STERLING 

B.S. 

"Who's Who in American Colleges" 

S.G.A., Recorder of Points 

Ali)ha Sigma .Alpha, Treasurer 



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DORIS DORA STICKLEY 

iS.S. 

Alplm Sigma Tau 

Frances Sale Club, Treasurer 

Garden Club, President 



NINA TURNER STITLER 

B.S. 

Cotillion Club 

Business Club, Treasurer 





BETTY JO STRETCHBERRY 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha, President 

Glee Club, Business Manager 

YAN'.CA., Treasurer 



DOROTHY FRANCES STROOP 

B.S. 

Y.W.C.A. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Frances Sale Club 





HELEN JANET STURGILL 

B.S. 

Frances Sale Club 



RUTH ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 

B..\. 

German Club 

Le Cercle Francais 





MARY BELLE TAYLOR 

B.S. 

Cotillion Club 

Curie Science Club 

I.R.C. 



MIRIAM ANNETTE TAYLOR 
B.A. 

Theta Sigma Upsilon 

Aeolian Club, President 

Le Cercle Francais 




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DOROTHY ELIZABETH 
THOMPSON 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma, Recorder of Points 

Cotillion Club, Business Manager 

Choral Club 



GRACIE LEE VANDYCK 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma 

A. A. Council 

Mercury Club, Vice-President 





MARGARET PARKER 
WALKER 

B.S. 

Cotillion Club 
Y.W.C.A. 



MARIAN WENONA WALKER 

B.S. 

Cotillion Club, Reporter 

Senior Class, Business Manager 

Y.W.C.A. 







VIRGINIA LEE WARD 

B.S. 

Orchestra, Vice-President 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Chaplain 

Choral Club 



EUGENIA WINSLOW WEST 
B.A. 

Scribblers 

Le Cercle Francais, Vice-President 

Freshmen Chorus 





LOIS VIRGINIA WILEY 

B.S. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Orchestra, Reporter 

Cotillion Club 



SHIRLEY PEMBROKE 
WILKINS 

B.S. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Cotillion Club, Treasurer 

Senior Class, Vice-President 



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VIRGINIA CATHERINE 

WILKINS 

B.S. 

Business (.lull 

Mercury Cluh 

Y.W.C.A. 

SHIRLEY ANN WILLIAMS 

]',.S. 

"Who's W'lio in American Colleges" 

A. A., Business Manager 

Pi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer 





LAURA JANE WILSON 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Sigma 

Cotillion Clul), Secretary 

A. A., Secretary 



HELEN CAROLYN 
WOODFIELD 

B..S. 

"\\ hu's \\ lio in .American Colleges" 

Pi Omega Pi, President 

Honor Council 





JAYNE COUNTISS WORLEY 

B.S. 

Orchestra 

Y.W.C.A. 

Disciples Club 



NANNIE JUANITA YOW 
B.S. 





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Junior Class 



During the early da_vs of the long fall quarter 
we began to plan for our class day- Under the 
capable leadership of "Myrl" Huntington we 
made plans for our "big day" to come shortly 
after the beginning of winter quarter. On Janu- 
ary 22, "our day," the theme was "As Time Goes 
By." From many possible speakers we selected 
the incomparable Dr. Gerald W'endt, who gave 
a stimulating glimpse of science to the assembly. 




.MARY LOUISE HUXTINGTOX 




JUNIOR M.ARSH.ALS 
Back: .\ngeline Matthews, Dawn Brewer, Helen Squvres, Glenna Dodson. Marjorie Phelps, 

Alice Jones, Ann Myers. 

Center : Betty Ferguson, Ruby Ann Horsley, Jane Pincus. Lynda Yeatts 

Front : Jane Staple's, Elizabeth Matto.x, .\nna Faircloth. Betty Coyne, Elizabeth Meeks 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Back: Jo Vaughan, Cora Jean White, To Garbcr 

Front : Margaret Huggard, Barbara Cabe, Alary Louise Huntington, Billy Richmond 



We reiTirmber the banquet that e\ening as an unusually beautiful affair with 
candlelight and llowers. Class-night program was spirited bv the presence of a man 
in the cast, one of the many "firsts" in Madison's history. We carried out the class- 
day theme in the program, and junior talent came to the front that night. 

The end of the year rolled around with all its activities. As we watched the 
seniors march down the aisle, we juniors realized that the next graduation would 
be ours. 



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Glenda Allen 

Margaret Allen 

Bertha Andrews 



Eleanor Andrews 

Mary Asiiby 

Nancy Ballard 



Ruth Barnes 

Virginia Bell 

Mildred Borkey 



Sue Bostic 

Anna Bowman 

Dreama Bowen 



Sara Brent 



Dawn Brewer 



Virginia Britton 



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Bcttj- Brooks 




Belt 


y Brown 




Kulh Buckncr 


Anne Bunts 




Forrest Burford 




Ann Busse\- 


Barbara Cabe 




Mary 


Caldwell 




Jean Cameron 


Jewell Campbc 


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Jane 


Canada 



11a Cary 



Maysel Coakley 

Ann Cooper 



Betty Cox 




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Elizal)etli (,'oyne 

Inez Creel 

Elma Darnell 



June Darnell 

Betty Davis 

Lillian 1 leMntlena 



Dorothy Dickenson 

Glenna Dodson 

Mary Drewrey 



Mary 1 inncan 

N'irginia Duvall 

Alice Engleman 



Ola Kpjierson 

Phyllis Epperson 

Anna Faircloth 



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Gladjs I'armer 

Barbara Farrar 

Raincina Fawlev 



Ntaiy 


Feagans 
Flizabetli 


1 Fergusdii 










June 


Fink 


Liicill 


e Flook 
Fvelyn 


Fosnight 







Nancy Foster 



Ethel Gaines 



Ethel Garber 



Jo Garber 



Jane Gooch 

Betty Gordon 

Mary Green 




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Eleanor Gregory 



Lucille Grubb 



Donna Hair 



Leslie Hall 



loyce Hammond 

W'ilma Hampton 



Cl>arlot:e Hansbcrger 
June Hardy 

Mary Haught 



Mabel Henderson 

\irginia Hendricks 



Jean Higgins 



Auilrev Hinton 



Margaret Hoggard 

Joan Holbrook 



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Peggj- Mollis 

Betty Hoover 

Kuliv HorsK 



Nellie Hottinger 

Glad\s Hostetter 

Frances Hundlev 



M 


ary Huntington 








Barbara Jameson 








Jean 


Jessee 


Jo 


Johnson 








Margaret Johnson 








Alice 


Jones 



Mary Joyner 

Cecil Kelley 

\'ernita King 




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aan Kirhv 



Helen Lee 

Wanda Lewter 



Snc Lipps 



lanice Lohr 



NFarv Love 



Glnria McCarthy 

.lane McMurran 

AUene Mann 



I'ora Mapp 

Betty Mathews 

Angeline Matthews 



>rargaret j\ratthews 

Elizabeth Mattox 

Jeanne Meekins 



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Elizabeth Meeks 






Annal 


ee Messick 








Rose iVIitcliell 


N'irgiilia Moffctt 






Jean 


Morrison 








Miry 


Mo\-er 


Ann Myers 








Sail; 


,• O'Brien 








Virginia 


Ogil\ ie 


Rose Pace 








Barba 


ra Palmer 








Jacqueline 


Pasher 


Joy 


Paynter 








Eliza 


beth Peak 








Marjorie 


Phelps 




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lane Pincus 



Marjorie Pole 

Ellen Rader 



Frances Ray 

Clarice Reeves 

Margaret Reid 




1 'oris Ricliardsdn 

Billy Riclinn)nd 

Alene Rndes 



I\ancy Rogers 

Ann Schultz 

Grace Scott 



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Anna Shepherd 



Alice Sherman 



Helen Shuwalltr 



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Man- Shuler 

\ elva Shumate 

Shirlev Sims 



Geneva Sira 

Carol.\ni Smith 

TuHa Smith 



Gwyndolyn Snapp 

Margaret Soukup 



^[ary Sours 



Helen Cpivey 

Lila Springmann 

Helen Squyers 




Jane Staples 

\'irginia Starke 

Barbara Strader 




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Joyce Sutton 

Frances Swecker 

Margaret Thacker 



Ruth Thompson 

Eva Trumbi 



Jo \'auglian 



2\[artha Walton 

Xancy \\"arren 

\'irginia Watson 



Jean Webb 

Mary Wells 

Barbara Wensel 



Cora White 

Doris White 

Ann W hitehouse 



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Elizabeth W hiteluirst 
Ann Williams 

Annie W ills 



Dorothea \\ ilk 


erson 




Betty 


Wilkins 






Pegg}- 


Wood 


Louise W'oodu 


ard 




Doris 


Wright 






Lynda 


Yeatts 


Uoris Young 






Ruth Younis 






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Sophomore 
Class 



"What are you and Jack duiiig t'lis afternoon, 
Alice?" 

"Wh\', we're going over to the Rec Room in 
Ashby, of course. How about coming with us?" 

"That's where Tommy and I arc h.eade 1, lOo. 
Let's go !" 

Conversations hke the above may be overheard 
on our campus any Sunda}' afternoon nowada_\'S. 
However, a few months ago such scenes were 
still daydreams in our "sophomorish" minds. 
Our daydream of a recreation room was so 
powerful, thougli, that in February the dream 
became a reality. 

One Sunday in February the familiarity of Ashby gym was lost in a shuffle 
of badminton nets, ping-pong balls. Chinese checker marbles, pianos, and the 
"popular music" vie, and out of the shuffle emerged a Sunday dating room. That 
day sophomore girls who had been floating around in the dream of the room be- 
gan to float around as hostesses in their dream come true. 




-M-AKIANNA HOWARD 









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Campers 



Sleepy time girls 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS Ol-FICERS 

Marianiia Howard, Kathleen Savage, Eugenia Savage, Lou Goettling, 

Jennie Snowden, Betty Gray Scott 



Putting into practice the "potent stuff" of our recreation room dream is not 
all that we have done this year ! We don't want to forget — not that we ever could — 
entertaining the Sweet Briar hockey team ; playing the helpful little elves at the 
capping and gowning of our big sisters, the seniors; acting as hostesses on Sunday 
afternoon to dates in x'\luninae Hall ; or trying to find more ironing cords to put 
in the ironing rooms. 

Remembering the mad success of our last year's class da\-, we borrowed our 
own black-face theme and spent Sophomore Class night at Harlem University. 
We tossed a special class-day bouquet to our talented Gloria Flora and her 
decorations coinmittee, too, for their excellent work. 

Again, we express our gratitude to Air. and ]\Irs. Partlow, our sponsors, 
and to Alarianna Howard and our other class officers for their leadership in our 
years as sophomores. 



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^ W r\ 




Joyce Abell 




Hilda Adams 




Eugenia Alliera 




Mary 


Alberts 


Louise Allirittain 




Loretta Anderson 




Ruth Anderson 




Frances 


Antrim 


Jo Armstrong 




Xan Astin 




Evelyn Bain 




Ellen Baker 


Martha Baker 




Adelle Barnes 




Betty Barton 




Mamie 


Barton 


Betty Batts 




Mary Bay 




Faye Bell 




Frances Bethel 


Frances Bex ille 




Elizabeth Black 




Mary Blincoe 




Betsy 


Board 


I'eggy Bonney 




Bertha Buswel! 




Barbara Bow en 




Easterbelle 


Bowen 



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McCIain Bmven 

I lorothy Bowles 

Caroline Bowman 

Mary Boyd 

Lois Brackett 

Xancy Bradley 

Phyllis Brookfield 

Betty Broome 

Mildred Bruniback 
Mary Bryant 

Xancy Bryant 

Jacqueline Burton 

Mildred Bushong 
Edith Cabaniss 
Jane Calohan 

Lois Campbell 

Xan Carter 

Jane Castles 

Geraldine Cather 

Agnes Caudill 

Hart Chappell 

Evelyn Clagett 

Margaret Clark 

Katherine Collie 

Jean Collins 

Jessie Comann 

Frances Connock 

Mary Conrad 




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Gwendolyn Cook 
Ehie Copley 

Dorotliy Cornlilntt 

Martha Cox 

Alice Craig 

Dorothy Crawley 
Mildred Cross 

Dorothy Crowcll 

Ann Curtis 

Jo\ce Dallas 

Kathleen Dance 

Charlotte Davis 

\ yonne Davis 
Helen I )ay 

Sue Deaton 

Maril\n Deavcrs 



Kathryn DeHart 
Lottie Derby 

Beverly Dew 

Shirley Dhein 



E\ clyn I )ickson 
Peggy Dinkel 

}ilary DonLeavy 

]'h\llis Downer 

1>. j. Driver 

juanita Duke 

Margaret Dukes 

Kolierta Dull 



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Mary Edwards 

Margaret Eggborn 

Dorothy Elliott 

Xancy Ellis 

1 lorothy Farthing 

Myra Fcnsterwakl 
Sarah Ferland 

E\ el.\n Flanary 

Harriet Flax 

Emily Fleming 
Gloria Flora 

lean Euhz 



Barbara Furr 
Gena Gander 

Gloria Garber 

Frances Garfinkel 

Xanc\' Garrett 
Peggy Gentry 

Nellie Gerken 

Ernestine Gillespie 

Joyce Gillespie 
Lou Goettling 

Frances Goodson 
• Mary Goodwin 

Jane Grant 

Lois Grant 

Roberta Gravely 

Dorothv Gra\ 




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Llizalieth Gregory 
Mildred Haley 
Kathryn Hall 

Mac Hall 

Mary Hamilton 
Mary Harcum 

Inett Harrington 

\'irginia Harrison 

Sue Hartman 

Joan Hartsook 

Corbin Harwood 

Araxy Hatchik 

Bessie Hawk 
June Hawk 

Christine Hawkins 

Betty Henshaw 

Sarah Hodges 

Mary Hodgson 

Dolores Hogge 

Margaret Holland 

Florence Hoover 
Shirle>' Hord 
Ar.ne Horn 

Mary Horn 

Catherine Horst 
Knth Hough 

Marianna Howard 

Maggie Hubbard 



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Frances Hughes 

Barbara Huiiinicl 
Alice Hunter 

Margaret Hurst 

C lauiline Hutchinson 
Trula Hulton 
June Hyhon 

Margaret lessup 

P.elty Icihnson 

Ernestine Johnson 
Marilyn Tohnson 



\"irginia Joyce I 



Mary Julias 

Betty Kabler 

Janet Kayser 

Catherine Kigley 

X'irginia Kellam 
Gladys Kemp 

Margaret Kenny 

Xorma Keyser 

Mary Kidwell 

Florence Kime 
\cllic Lanlz 

Helen Layman 

Peggy Lease 
Marilyn Lee 

Barbara Leff 

Frances Lillev 




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Naiic\' Lung 

Shirley Lung 
Carey Luck 

Jane Lucy 

Adele Lunceford 
Mary Lynn 
June Lyon 

Beulah Markham 

Doris Marsliall 

Geraldine Martin 
Anna Mehalko 

Lorene Merriman 

Elizabetli Miller 
Virginia Miller 
Jean Minis 

Frances Minor 



Faye Mitchell 

Helen Mitchell 
Lynn Mitchell 

Margaret Modisett 



Mary MulTett 
Irene Muftit 

Roberta Monahan 

Virginia Moody 

Mary Moore 

Marshall Morgan 
Betty Morris 

leanne Morris 



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jiaii MorriscMi 

June Morrison 
Betty Mover 

Sally Musick 

Helen Xapier 

Catherine Kealon 

GeraUline \eather_\' 

Mary Nethers 

Barbara Nichols 
Baylor Nichols 

Charlotte Oothoudt 

Ann Orndorft 



Benlah Owen 

Helen Packett 

Eleanor Palmore 

Jacqueline F'almore 

Barbara Pamplin 
Nancy Parnell 

Marie Parrotta 

Jean Parsons 

Ellen Patterson 

Jean Perkinson 

Caroline Peters 

Jeanne Peterson 

Emily Pierce 

Margaret Powell 
Ruliyc Powers 

Sarah Powers 




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Joyce Pritchett 

Mary Pritchett 
Angle Purvis 

Doris Rainey 

Jean Rainey 

Nancy Rainey 

Alartha Ramsey 

Helen Reininger 

Betty Retterer 

Margaret Renter 
Irene Reynolds 

Phyllis Reynolds 

1 )iiris Rhodes 
Doris Rice 

Betty Riggins 

Elizabeth Rinehart 

Mildred Ritchie 

Vivien Ritenour 

Alarie Robertson 

Mozelle Robertson 

Rebecca Rogers 
Edley Rosazza 

Mary Rudasill 

luistace Sainjison 

Eugenia Savage 

Kathleen Savage 

Eugenia Sliackeltord 
Emih Schmitz 

Alice Scott 



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Hetty Scott 

S;irah Scay 

Kcliecca Settle 

Joliaima Sliallcri)';'; 

I 'oily Sha\er 
Jean Shelley 

Ann Sluifflebarger 
Margaret Shufflebarger 

Riilh Simpson 

Jean Slaughter 
Mary Smiley 

Betty Smith 

Ethelene Smith 
Hazel Smith 

Helen Smith 

Mildred Smith 

Frances Sneed 

Jennie Snowden 
Mary Southern 

Anne Speight 

Shirlex' Spencer 
Audrey Spiro 
Juan Sprouse 

Anne Starling 

Elaine Starr 

Bettie Steele 
Lois Stine 

Jeanne Sutton 

Rachel Sutton 




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jane Tate 

Shirley Taylor 

Carol Tlionii)Son 



Eleanor Tiller 



Phyllis Toms 
Lois W'aggy 

Anna Walter 



X'irginia Ward 



C'laudine Weaver 

Gertrude Weaver 
Frances Weeks 



Frances Weir 

I5ett\- Weller 
Irene Wells 

Dori-i \\ hite 

Jeanette \\ hite 

Marionette Whitehead 
F.lhel Whitesell 
Betty Williams 

Mary \\ iUianison 

Betty Wills 

Floise \\ ilsher 
Kancy Wilson 

Hazel \\ ine 

Jo Wood 

\'irginia Wootten 

Betty W orthington 
Ann Yeatts 

Louie Zirkle 



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Kcjw, i-(iu, row, your Imat. . .Tinu- out for 1, ridge. . .Room tor more?. . . Popcorn— yum ! yum ! 
...Wadnig or fishing?. . .Our camp. . .Wislil'ul thinking. . .Coming or going?. . .Chow time! 



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Freshman Class 



Amid friendly smiles and during l(Acly fall 
da}'s we, the class of '30, over f(jur hundred 
strong, started our happy days at Madison. We 
had a good opinion of ourselves from the very 
first, being the largest freshman class ever t(j 
attend Madison, besides bringing alcjiig with us 
the co-eds. 

After we obtained our books and got our 
schedules straight, the first week Hew by and 
the following weeks went by even more fjuickly. 
We elected smiling Peggy Shomo as our class 




PF.GGY SHOMO 




Something to cuddle... 
We're goiiiK lo run away — lidtne 



New liooks and enthusiasm fi 
studying. 



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FKKSHMAX I LASS OFFICERS 

Mariannu Clark, Gciirgia Huskinson, Nancy Buttcrworth. June Andersen 

Anno Siliert, Peggy Shonio 



president, carefree Anne Sibert as vice-president, serious little Nancy lUntcrw nrlli 
as secretary, friendK' June AnilersL'n as treasurer, facctiius Marianne Clarke as 
reporter, and laughing Lieorgia Hoskinson as sergeant at arms. Dr. and Mrs. 
Wilbert Cliappell and their son Jimniie were our sponsors and mascot, rcspectixel}'. 

We found Madison wasn't all wurk and no play. There were dances. ])arliL'S, 
duhs. programs, and our own gi'and fun of dormitory life. The highlights ni ciur 
\car, never to he forgotten, were the New flirl-Old (iirl Wedding. Class Day, and 
Mav Dav. 



"Nothing now is left but majestic memory.' 



Cl 




Barliara Alexander 
Gloria Alley 
Elizabeth Anderson 
June Andersen 
Mildred Andrews 



Marietta Armstrong 
Iris Arrants 
Clco Arthur 
Patsy Ashbrook 
Dolores August 



Eleanor Auman 
Phoebe Ajers 
\\ ilma Bailey 
Flora Balderson 
Barbara Banish 



Marian Bates 
Barbara Beatty 
I Jorothy Beaver 
Rubye Beavers 
Glcnnice Beck 



Dorothea Beery 
Elise Bellenot 
Betty Bembow 
Betty Bentz 
Lucille Berger 



I )iirothy Betl:cl 
Margie Birchard 
Helen Bishop 
L.xnn Black 
Irene Blair 



Kittie Blakeniorc 
Dorothy Bland 
L harlotte Boice 
X'iolet Bolick 
Marv Beione 



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Rose Lee Bowdcl 
Betty Bowman 
loan Bowman 
N'atalic Bowman 
Woodson Bowman 



Audrey Bowycr 
Mary Jane Bradley 
Betty Branan 
P.mily Branch 
Luis Brandt 



Margaret Brash 
I athcrine Bray 
Doris Bresnahan 
t lara Brooks 
Margaret Brown 



Ruth Brown 
Jean Bruce 
Gloria Bruckner 
Mary Jane Bryan 
Dorothy Budge 



Marie Bulifant 
Ann Burchard 
Nancy Burroughs 
Ronald Burton 
Rov Butler 



Xancyc Butlerworth 
Ruliy Callis 
Elialieth Crammer 
Mary Campbell 
Ann Carter 



1 )avid Carter 
Lillian Carter 
Margaret Carter 
1 Isic C hapman 
Katliryn Chapman 















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Jeanne Cheatham 
Lois Chesson 
Frances Christie 
Lou Clark 
Louise Clark 



Frances Clarke 
Mariana Clarke 
Pauline Cleaver 
Evelyn Clem 
Nadine Clendening 



lane Cleveland 
Pearl Cline 
Charlotte Coates 
Christine Coats 
Mary Cobb 



Mary Frances Cohen 
Cecelia Cole 
Betty Collins 
Grace Conner 
Frances Consolvo 



Gertrude Copcland 
Allie Corbin 
Joann Corell 
Frances Council! 
Caherinc Cover 



*i Martha Co\ey 

Rosemary Cox 
Kuby Craddock 
Joanne Craig 
lovce Cramer 



Joanne Cronisc 
Peggy Crowder 
Ruth Crowder 
Martha Curran 
(. lara Darby 



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Patricia I)aus;hcrt\ 
Jean Uavis 
Ireiu- Deisher 
Jean I lorflinger 
1 saUelle 1 'eSpurre 



F.lizalKth Deuell 
Sarah Jane Dill 
\ irgiiiia Dixon 
1 liana Dobbs 
Shirlcv Donahoe 



Ann DonLeavy 
Lorraine Dorrington 
Nancy Doughton 
Jane Dudley 
Judith Dunford 



Jean Dunnavant 
Laura I )unnavant 
Marjorie I )unthorne 
Elizabeth DuPre 
Thomas Driver 



Marjorie Dyer 
Kvelyn Eades 
Betty Jo Earman 
Mabel Earman 
Rush Earman 



Li.>is Early 
Virginia Eason 
Ella Eastep 
June Eaton 
Lew Echard 



Marylou Ellison 
Sara FCngle 
Charlotte Evans 
Donald Evans 
Bcttv Lou Everhart 









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Walter Eye 
\irginia Farmer 
Elizabeth Ferguson 
Mary Ferguson 
Fave Ferris 



Peggy Finclium 
Colleen Fisher 
Rita Fletcher 
Mary Louise Flowers 
Lorraine Foster 



Phyllis Frizzel 
Thelma Frohlic 
Melva Frye 
Shirley Fullerton 
Bonnie Funkhouscr 



Norma Gaither 
Kenton Gambill 
Mary darth 
Xornia Ga>' 
Jean Gearing 



Louise Geyer 
Jackie Gilbert 
Carolyn Gill> 
Mary Gilmore 
Fllen Gordon 



N'irginia Gordon 
Lois Grant 
\ irginia Grant 
Patricia Griffith 
Betty Ann Grim 



Marjorie Hackmann 
H:izel Hall 
Patricia Hall 
Xancy Hamilton 
Betty Jo Hanks 



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Ann Hamian 
Dott Harris 
Kuth Harris 
Carter Harrison 
Helen Harshbargcr 



Jane Harville 
Ruth Haught 
Joyce Haydon 
Beverley Heiiiig 
Esther Hendricks 



\'iola Henley 
Joy Hepner 
Dorothy Herbert 
Libby Hite 
Marie Hogan 



Norma Hoke 
Marian Holbrook 
Jane HoUoman 
Ann Hoover 
Georgia Hoskinson 



Loraine Huuncheli 
Paula Howard 
Jo Howell 
Betty Howser 
Betty Hover 



Geraldine Huff 
June Huff 
Betty Hudgins 
Nancy Hulvey 
Bettv Hurdle 



Patricia Ingram 
Elizabeth Jamerson 
Roberta James 
Claudine Jarrell 
June Jarrett 




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Marjurie Jarvis 
Sue Jennings 
Catherine Jeter 
Mattie Jott 
Dorothv linkins 



Ada Jiilinson 
Lois Johnson 
Shirley Jones 
Charlotte Kamsky 
Geneva Karnes 



Man- Keating 
Mary Keller 
Lciiiise King 
Peggy Kite 
Alice Kivlan 



Rosalie Kline 
Loyce Klocppel 
Shirley Kodrick 
Lois Kraushar 
Delores LaFollette 



Jean Lambert 
Agnes Laniberth 
Zona Landes 
Mary Landis 
Leah Landman 



1 lenrielta Lanier 
Hetty Lawrence 
Mary Lawrence 
Dorothy Layman 
Beverly Lewis 



I icMiilliy Lewis 
Hilda Lewis 
Jean Lewis 
Imogene Linelmrg 
Vnnetle Litton 



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Doris Long 
Fr;inccs Love 
Audrey Looney 
Helen L\Tich 
Ann Lvons 



Donnie MacMahon 
Gwendolyn McAlpin 
Helen McClanahan 
Doris McDevitt 
PhvUis McKennev 



!Mary McLoy 
Jean Mahone 
Susanne Mandelin 
Lucy Marshall 
Frances Martin 



Margaret Mears 
Ann Meiggs 
Betty ^'ichie 
Eloise Miller 
Billie Mitchell 



Celia Mitdiell 
Jane Mohler 
Xancy Montgomery 
Carrie Moore 
Helen Moore 



Jane Moore 
Louise Moore 
Alice Moore 
Margaret Moore 
Katherine Mooreheld 



Betty Moreland 
Nancy Morrison 
Ruth Morrison 
Jiianella Mottern 
Betty Moubray 




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Elsie Mowbray 
Kugenia Mnycr 
Earlene Muirc 
Beverly Mundy 
Irene Munson 



Betty Murray 
Amelia Nanney 
Patricia Newton 
\'irginia Newton 
Nancv Nicholson 



Carol Norman 
Earlene Norwood 
Juditii Nutting 
Eunice O'Brien 
Charlotte O'Neal 



Jean Parker 
Rose Parrun 
Gracie Parsons 
Catherine Payne 
Doris Pearl 



Nancy Peed 
Nancy Penn 
Barbara Perdue 
Florence Perkinson 
Ruth Pcrlinger 



l.ucy Peterson 
Mary Pettitt 
kuth PiJllips 
Shirley Pickrel 
Elizabeth Pierce 



Marian Pitt 
Bornice Pope 
Ann Powell 
Mary Powell 
Ranu>r,a Printz 



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Jean Push 
Anne Pill ley 
Mary Purcell 
Rebecca Purgitt 
Shirley Quinn 



Mar}' Ray 

Margaret Reeder 
Lois Reisinger 
Edith Reniick 
Frances Reynolds 



June Rice 
Kathr.Mi Richards 
Jack Ring 
Charlotte Ritchie 
Alma Roberts 



Marj' Robertson 
Reba Rosenbaum 
PoUyanna Ross 
Dorothy Rowe 
Sally Rubin 



Jean Sager 
Doris San ford 
Ruth Saunders 
Jane Schink 
Eyehn Scctt 



Maxine Scott 
Lenore Seibel 
I rene Sideman 
Shirley Sellers 
Walter Sellers 



Mary Sewell 
Betty Shaner 
Barbara Shaw 
Patricia Sheetz 
Kitty Sheffield 




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Liuris Sherman 
Frances Sliifflitt 
Mar\' Shitley 
Retha Shirkey 
Peggy Shomo 



Shirley Shorter 
Esther Shrieves 
Xollio Shiimake 
Sylvia Shure 
Anne Sibert 



Alda Simmons 
Shirley Simmons 
Frances Simpson 
Marguerite Slushcr 
Madeline Stnith 



Martha Smith 
Xtirma Smith 
Crystal Snead 
Jean Snedegar 
Beryl Snellings 



Bonnie Snider 
Mildred Solari 
Patsy Sours 
Richard Spangler 
Sarah Spiers 



Mary Spitler 
Estelle Spivey 
P'thel Spradlin 
L lara Stephens 
I )iiris Sterling 



Margaret Stone 
Ann Stout 
Sarah Strader 
Margaret Stratton 
Beltv Stricklin 



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lUiilah Sutlierlaiid 
Xadinc Swinson 
Alice Taylor 
Betty Thomas 
Martha Thomas 



Martha Thompson 
Mary Thompson 
Richard Thompson 
\'erna Thompson 
Klizabeth Thome 



Elsie Thornhill 
leanette Tonner 
Myrtle Tramel 
Catherine Travers 
Xancv Trumbo 



Mary Trussell 
\'oula Tsitsera 
Carolyn Tuck 
Audrey Turner 
David Turner 



Shirley Upchurch 
Thelma Upshaw 
Elizabeth \'aughaii 
Ruth \"aughan 
Erances Viar 



Betty Wagner 
Gladys Walker 
Margaret Walker 
Jane Wallace 
Anne W ard 



Hazel Ward 
Ellen W aters 
Fern Waters 
Joyce W'atkins 
Dorothy Watson 




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Lillian Watson 
Millicent W'aymack 
Phyllis Weaver 
Janice Welch 
Jane Welsh 



X'irginia Wells 
\'irginia West 
1 )uris Whcelharger 
Muriel \\ heeler 
Phvllis Wheeler 



Mary Will 
Johanna Williams 
kla Willis 
Anna Wilson 
Elizabeth Wilson 



Shirley Wilson 
Barbara Winn 
Mary Wiseman 
Winifred Withers 
Mulibie Woudruff 



Anne W right 
lean Wright 
\irgina Wright 
Carrie Ziegler 



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Pausing for a snap... Poor fenced-in freshmen I. . .Our pet stand-bj- . . . I wanta go home!. 
I've got you where I want you ... Between classes — ah-hem I. . .Dates, too!... Eight to one. 

Goats r . . . On the rocks 



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HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE 



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Administration 



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SAMUEL PAGE DUKE 
A.B., A.M., LL.D. 

He sit.s behind "the door to the right," but his spirit is omnipresent on our 
campus. It is he who leads our all-round college life of meetings, chapel, banquets, 
conferences, dances, class days, and hall games. 




Dr. Duke has taken on another 
responsibility — that of being a 
dean to the G.I.'s at Madison. 



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Our Deans 



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WALTER J. GIFFORU 
A.R., A.M., Ph.D. 
Dr. GifFord wins our vott- for the model dean. He always has time U> listen 
to our problems, and it there is an answer he will be sure to hnd it. His friendly 
blue eves and warm smile make us seek his counsel. 




HOPE F. \AXDE\ER, A.B., M.A. 
Miss Vandever's quiet dignit\- brinj,'s out the 
fine points of womanliness in the upperclassmen 
who come to her. 



DOROTHY S. GARBER, B.S. 
Mrs. Garber makes the adjustments of the 
freshmen almost painless for them because she is 
so sensitive and sympathetic to their problems. 



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HOWARD K. GIIiliONS 
B.L. 

Business Mtnun/cr 



MAIiEL (ILAUIX 

B.S. 

Dietitian 




UNITY MONGER 

M.D, 

School Physician 




ALIMAE AIKEN 

B.S., A.M. 
Professor of Art 



CI. ADA I!. WALKER 

A. a, A.M. 

Associate Professor of An 




FRANCES K. f.ROVE 

U.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Art 




i:e\'eklev t. white 
U.S.. H.I). 

-Issocialc Professor of Bible 



KUTII L. I'llILI.II'S 
A. 11., A.M., I'li.D. 
P'Ofessor of B.oioijy 




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KDWIX n. MILLER 

A.Ii., ALA.. Ph.D. 

Associ'^tf Professor 

of Biology 



AMOS M. SHOWALTER 

li.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Biotoijy 




GORDON B. WOLCOTT 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Biology 




STEPHEN T. TURILLE 

A.B., M.A.. Ed.D. 

Professor of Business 

Education 



MONA L. COFFMAN 
A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 
Business Education . . 




LONDON A. SANDERS 

B.S., ALS.. M.Ed. 

Associate Professor of 

Business Education 




MARY .^L BRADY 

A.B., ILA. 

Assistant Professor of 

Business Education 



KATHRYX TL'LLY 


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WILBERT CHAPPELL 

B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



BEXTAMIX W. PARTLOW 

B.S.. M.S. 

Associate Professor of 

Chemistry 




\V.\LTER T. GIFFORD 

A.B., A.M., Pii.U. 

Professor of Education 

Dean of the Collcije 



KATHERIXE M. 

AXTHOXY 

B.S., M.A. 

Professor of Education 

Director of Elementary 

Trainituf Schc'cls 



KAVMONl) D. COOL 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



PAUL HOUNCHELL 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Education 

Director of Secondary 

Training Schools 





r.ESSIE T. LANIER 

A.B.; A.M. 

Associate Professor of 

Education 



CLARENCE R. HAM RICK 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Education 




MARY L. SEEGER 
B.S., A.M. 

Associate Professor of 
Education 



CLYDE P. SHORTS 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Education 



COXRAD T. LOGAX 

A.B.. M.A. 
Professor of English 



MARGARET V. 

HOFFMAN 

I3.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor 

of English 




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HARLES H. HrFF>rAN 
A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Enntish 



M. LOUISE BOJE 
A.B.. A.M. 

Associate Professor 
of EtujHsh 



ELEANOR R. HICKS 

A.B.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor 

of Entilish 



MARY E. LATIMER 

B.A., M.A.. Pii.U 

Professor of Speech 

Education 




lAV L. CURTIS 

A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of English 



BESSIE RICHARDSON 

A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of English 





MARGARETE WOELFEL ELIZABETH C. ROIKiERS 
B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D. B.S , M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor of French Professor of Physical 

Education 




JOHN A. SAWHILL 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin and 

Ctcrniail 



RAUS M. HANSON 

U.S., A.M. 

Professor of Geography 



ALTHEA L. lOHNSTON 

A.B.. A.M. 

Professor of Physical 

Education 



DOROTHY L. SAVAGE 

B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Physical Education 




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HELEN MARBUT 

H.S.. M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Fhysiiral Education 



LOUISE D. COVINGTON 

li.S.. M.A. 

AssistoJit Professor of 

Physical Educatiou 




ALICE RUTH REID 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




lOHN N. McILWRAlTH 

B.S., A.M. 

Professor of History 

and Social Sciences 



OTTO F. FREDERIKSON 
U.S., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 
and Social Sciences 





^L\RV T. ARMENTROUT 

r..S.. A.M.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

History and Social Sciences 




(;lenn c. smith 

B.S.. M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 
History and Social Sciences 



MARY IANSEX 

B.A..'M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

History and Social Sciences 




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BERNICE R. VARNER 

U.S., MA. 

Professor of Home 

Economics 



I»EARL P. MOODY 

H.S.. M.A. 
Professor of Home 

Eiotiomics 




ADELE R. BLACKWELL 

B S., MA. 

Assoiriotc Professor of 

Home Ecotiomics 




JULIA ROBERTSON 
B.S.. MA. 

Associate Professor of 
Home Economics 



MYRTLE L. WILSOX 

B.S., A.M. 

Associate Professor of 

Home Economics 




DOROTHY J. ROGGLI 

B.S.. M.S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Ho m e Eco nom ics 




HAV.XES MtMfLLEN 

A.B. B.S.. M.S. 

Librarian and 

Professor of Library Scienc 



FERXE R. HOOVER 

A.B.. M.A. 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professor of 

Library Science 




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Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professor of 
Library Science 




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HILDA HISEV 

U.S.. B.S. in L.S. 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professor of 

Library Science 




r. E.MMERT I KEN BERRY 

A.li., A.M.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 



MARY F. SCTER 

B.A.. M.A. 

Instructor of 

Mathematics 



GLENN r.ILDERSLEEVE 
A.B.. M.A., D.^L 
Professor of Music 



EDNA T. SHAEFFER 

Associate Professor of 

Music 





CLIFFORD T. MARSHALL 

B.M.. iLM. 

Associate Professor of 

Music 



J. EDGAR ANDERSON 
B.iL. MM. 

Associate Professor of 
Music 










HAZEL W. 


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Assistant Professor of 


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Assistant Professor of 


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(;eor<;e r. hicks 

A.B., B.ir., A.M., 

A.A.G.O. 

Associate Professor of 

Musk' 




CERTRUD I5URAU 

B.S., M.A. 

Assislaitt Professor of 

I\lHsic 



FERNANDO Q. 

MARTINEZ 

A.l)., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Sf^aitish 



WILLIAM H. KEISTER 

Superintendent of City 

Schooh 



MELVIN A. PITTMAX eLSIE H. WIGLEV 

B.h., M.i>.. Ph.D. . . PS I 

Professor of Physi.s Supervisor of"Kin,icr,i,nlr<i 





RUTH COOPER LVDIA P. MEEKS 

U.S., M.A. A.B.. M.A. 

Surcrvisor of First Grade Sliper-.-isor of Fifth Grade 



EVELYN \VATKINS jANE ELIASON 

A.Ii., M.A. • us.. M.A. 

Sufcrtisor of Second Grade Supci-.isvr uf Fourth Grade 




LUCIBEL C. SHULL 




B.S., M.A. 


ETHEL SPILMAN 


Siiferz-isor of Junior 


A.B. 


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Supervisor of Junior 


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GLADYS C. CRAIG SALLIE HLOSSER 

U.S.. M A. B.S., M.A. 

Siif'erz-isor of Hii/h School Stif-crz-isor of HiijU School 




CATHERINE 

BAISERMAN 

B.S.. M.S. 

Sliperfisor of Home 

Economics 




GEORGIA S BROWN 

B.S., M A. 

Supervisor of Home 

Economics 



MARTHA 1). SIEG 
B.A., MA. 

Supervisor of Home 
Economics 




VIRGINI.X BOLEX 

B.S. 

Superz'isor of Business 

Education 




ALFRED K. EAGLE 

B.S., MA. 

Professor of Guidance 

Director of Student 
iiuidance and Personnel 



WILBUR PENCE 

B.A., M.A. 

Hitjh School Counselor 




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RUTH S. HUDSON PEARL E. HOOVER 

Soi-ial Director of Senior Social Director of /acbson 

Hall Hull 




AIINXIE CALDWELL 

Social Director of Spotstvood 
Hall 




ANNA B. BEASLEV 

Social Director of Sheldon 

Hall 



POLLY \V. HALL 

Social Director of Ashby 

Hall 




MARV L. STEVENS 

Social Director 




ELIZABETH CURTIS ALBERTA P. WARREN 

Social Director Social Director of Junior 

Hall 




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WILLETTE E. HOPKINS aXXE B. LINCOLN 

Supervisor of Dormitories Social Director 




MARY M. LOGAN 
Secretary to the 
Dean of Women 



EDNA RITCHIE 

Secretary to the 

Dean of Freshmen 



THELMA K. BRANCH 

Secretary to the 

Dean of the College 




ALMA R. FLICK 

Secretary to the 

President 





ELIZABETH ROLLER 

B.C.S. 

.-Assistant to the 



BESS T. HAALXKER 

Assistant to the 

Business Manager 



HELEN SHARPES 
.■issistant to the 
Business Manayer 



HELEN GETZ 

Assistant to the 

Business Manager 



PAULINE C. LONG 

Secretary to the 
Retjistrar 





MARGARET HYDE 

Assistant Secretary 

to the Rcijistrar 



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FRANXES X. DETER 
Secretary to the Dietitian 




CHAKLllTTK Al.M.N 

jr.A. 

Secretary to Home 
Economics Def^artnient 



JEAX COPPER DORIS \V. SORENSON 

B.S. U.S. 

j^ssistant Dietitian Manat/er, CoUeije Tea Roon 



HOWARD RALSTOX 
Foslmastcr 





AXXIE L. GARXETT 
Stationery Store Manaijer 



AUDREY RHODES 
Assistant to the Postmaster 







hi the Lalxiratory, Sound 



In the Sluiliii, Music 



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THl'L WAY WE GO TO THE POST OEEICE 
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Among our first acti\ities was the organization 

of Handbook classes to teach the freshmen the 

why's and wherefore's of campus living. These 

weekly classes were taught by campus leaders 

who had been through it all and wanted to make HILU\ DW'IS 

college life easier for the freshmen who will one 

('.a_\- take over our campus government. 

Early in October the strains of the wedding march filled Wilson auditorium 
as Jane Dudley, the beautiful bride, was united with ISarbara Wensel, chairman 
of the Honor Council, in the sx'mbolic ceremon\' of the New Girl-Old Girl 




OFFICERS 

June Sterling, Recorder of Points; l-'r;iiices Holladay, Secretary-Tnasurer ; Hilila l)a\is 

President; Mary Jane Fultun, \'icc-l'residcnt ; and Bettie Norwood, Hdhur ut Handbook. 



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^ COUNCIL 
Margaret Kash. Ann Yeatts, Betty Coyne, Kathleen Dance. Hannah Finlcy, Inez Creel, 
Hazel Smith, Geneva Hughes. Barliara Cabe 



ivedding by our president, Hilda Davis. This traditional ceremony joined the five 
hundred new students in bonds of love and fellowship with the old girls. 

At installation cereinonies at the beginning of the spring cpiarter, incoming 
officers took their oath of office in front of the entire student body, pledging 
their loj'alt)- to uphold the constitution of the Student Government Association. 



AD\'ISERS 

Miss Mabel Gladin, Mrs. Dorothy Garber, 

Mr. C'onrad Logan, Miss Mary Louise Seeger, 

Miss Hope \'andever 




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The Honor 
Organization 



The first year that Madison has had an estab- 
lished Honor System has been a busy one for the 
members of the Honor Council. The lack of pre- 
cedent called for initiative and ingenuit)- on the 
part of each council member and for loyal co 
operation from the entire student body. 

Holding group meetings with the new students 
to explain the ideals of our Honor Code and the 
responsibility of each student in upholding the 
code was the first task for the council. Then 
came the signing of the honor pledge. Each stu- 
dent, after affirming her understanding of and her 
belief in the Honor System, promised to follow it. 

The council was strengthened by the addition of two freshmen members who 
were elected in the fall. These girls brougV.t new ideas and representation of the 
viewpoints of the freshmen. 




BARBARA W'ENSEL 



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Our Freshmen members. 



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HONOR COUNCIL 

Back: Carnljn W'oodficld, Cora Jean White, Ida Chappcll, Bctt_\- Weller 
Center: Jeanette Pickrel, Barbara W'ensel, Irene ISIartin 

Front : Jessie Comann, Mary Lee Moyer, Evelyn Fosnight 



The organization of the Honor System makes its success dependent upon the 
co-operation of the individual students and faculty members. Siinilarly, the many 
accomplishments of the first year were made possible by the general interest and 
sense of responsibility expressed by facultx- and student body. Without them, 
the "honor-consciousness" which our campus has developed, the increasing school 
loyalty, the complete understanding of the Honor System, and the improved stu- 
dent-faculty relationships would have been iinpossible. 

For next year we see promise of even greater success for our Mmior System, 
when those who have worked \\ ith it and watched it grow will assume positions 
of leadership. H" we continue to support our representatives and to show interest 
and confidence in our Honor System, it will be firmly established as a vital force 
on our campus. 



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Standards 
Committee 



The evidence of Standards Committee mem- 
bers at work began very early this school year. 
Soon after the opening of fall quarter some 
mysterious fairy left a concise list of campus 
standards posted inside everyone's door. It was 
hoped that eyes would wander to it often and be 
reminded of desirable conduct at Madison. 

As a traditional test of good taste, Unity and 
h.cr committee selected costumes for the New 
Girl-Old Girl wedding. The nervous bride and 
her attendants found the calm suggestions, ready 
pins, and assuring smiles of the Standards Com- 
mittee girls constantly helpful. 

Other activities of the committee were seen at our opening dance. They were 
responsible for the orderly serving of refreshments at the two serving centers. 

Throughout the \ear the committee studied new plans and suggestions for 
current reconsideration of standards of campus. They helped the students to up- 
hold Madison standards and to become charming individuals. 




UXITY CHAPPELL 




Back: Jean Lcickard, Peggy Hollis. .-Mice Mercer Jones. Lou (ioettling 
Front: Xancy Jane Warren. I toris Young, Unity Chajipell, Jean ^^cLcnnan, Nhiry Kuda.-iil 



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Cocial 
Committee 



When we reminisce over the happcniiifjs of '46- 
'47, the teas and dances are automatically ranked 
among; the mure ,i,^-ila events. The hours and 
weeks of planning decorations, receiving lines, 
and entertainment for Openings, May l)a\- dance, 
and Finals make these memorable events what 
they actually were. 

"Well done" is the simple tribute we pay 
these capable, hard-working girls, who know 
the value of poise in making these important 
phases of our campus life one success after an- 
N.\NCY BRISTOW other. 

Lovely Xancy, in her role as chairman of the committee, made spirits soar 
wherever the receiving line was a "must." .She and the other members, with Miss 
\'andever's ever-welcome advice, spent hours polishing" siher, arranging flowers, 
and hanging crepe paper in preparation for those events which are so dear to our 
memories. 

For all the hard work, loyalty, and results, orchids go to Nanc\' I'ristow and 
her Social Committee. 




Nancy Bristow, .-\lico Hunter, Dawn Brewer, Ann ^fyers, Margaret Jessup, Janie Person, 
Myra Fensterwald, \'irginia \\ atson 



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LAURA VIRGINIA FOLTZ 



Y. W. C A. 



The Young Women's Christian Association of 
Madison campus formulated its plans for the en- 
suing 3'ear at the annual pre-school retreat held 
at the college camp. With (linny and Marguerite, 
two very enthusiastic and capable leaders, we 
could only come out "on top." 

Our return from camp marked the beginning 
of an eventfvd year. First, we had the annual Big 
Sister-Little .Sister party, which fostered a closer 
friendship of the new and old members. Then 
came our membership drive, which closed with 
an impressive candlelight service in Wilson audi- 
torium. 



October was "go-to-church" month. Much enthusiasm promoted the success 
of this theme. During this month, the Freshman Commission was organized under 
the direction of the preceding ofificers. October brought the first "birthday dinner" 
of the year — another tradition resumed for the first time since the w^ar. 

Miss Margaret Slattery, a most impressive and able speaker, was our guest 
on campus during Religious Fmphasis week in November. We were greatly in- 
spired by her challenge to take the world in our hands and make it a p'ace fit for 
t'-e next veneration. 



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The Madonna, Martha Lee; Josepli, Roy Butler; First Angel, 

Madeline Heatwole ; Second Angel, Claire Rennett ; The Shepherds, 

Don Evans and Torn Garner 



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Y. W. C. A. CABINET 

Back : Mary Frances Shuler, Beity W'ilkins, Mary Rudasill, Carrie Lee Moore, Mary 

Edwards. June Hardy, L\nda Yeatts, Sarah Hodges, Betty Jo Stretchherry, Gladys Farmer 

Center: Eugenia Savage, Sue I )eaton. Emily Pierce. Marguerite Berryman, Barbara Wensel, 

Laura \'irginia Foltz. Janice Lohr 
Front: Maggie Huliliard. Jean Shelley, Sue Lii)i)S, Helen Packett 



In December we had our traditional Christmas pageant. It was unusual to 
have co-eds for shepherds — the first time in V. W.'s history. Before the holidays, 
we had our annual "Kid Party," and the students remembered the iniderprivileged 
with gifts and Christmas joy. 

With the new year the cabinet seemed to have a fresh suppl\- of energy to 
carry out the World Student Service Fund drive and rally. Renewed enthusiasm 
brought forth an organized weekly Bible study as follow-up of Religious Em-< 
phasis \\'eek. 

As we think back over this year, we remember every activity, t'..e wonderful 
fellowship, and Ginny's warm, assuring smile. 



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Freshman Commission 



It's Monday night. That means Freshmen Commission meets in Alumnae 
Hall right after dinner. As we come into Alumnae, we hear the familiar voice of 
Kay, leading the girls in song. The singing always inspires us for our program. 

The decorations at the monthly birthday banquets were the evidence of our 
artistic sense. We also helped with all the activities sponsored by the Y. W., and 
gave our "Big Sisters" a wonderful party, having learned the technic]ue from them. 

Although we are just beginners, we'd like to sa_\' that this has been a memor- 
able year, successful and packed with fun. 



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Back: .K-an Parker, I'cggy tVovvdcr. Martha 'rhonias 
Friiiit: Gladys Walker, Kalhryn Richards, Klizahelh Ferguson 



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Baptist Student Union 




BAPTIST STUDEXT UXIOX COUXCIL 



Back 



Betty Turner, Eugenia Savage, Elizabeth Peak, Elizabeth Black, Carolyn Smith. 
Selma Duke Massie, Anna Shejiherd, Ethel Meador 
Front : Mary Rudasill, Barbara \\ ensel, Ellen Bailey, Katherine Collie, Claire Bennett 

B. S. U. meant much to all 15aptist students on campus this year. Betty B., 
our devoted counselor, Ethel, our competent president, and our faithful council 
have worked to make Christ really live at Madison and to emphasize our theme, 
"I'll Live For Him." 

At our pre-school retreat we made plans for the new \'ear. All of us remem- 
ber ^liss Comey's "Take Time To ," Mr. W'indcrs's g^uidance, Mr. 

Dickenson's camp-fire address, and Betty li.'.s last morning watch. 

Success began with enlistment week. Membership increased because of 
friendlv visits, our informal mass meeting, the annual church part}', and "Join- 
the-Church Day." 

From November 1 to 3 twenty-one of us attended the B. S. U. State Con- 
vention in Bristol. We listened proudly as our own Barbara Wensel spoke to the 
assembled representatives and we reverentl}- worshipped at Madison's morning 
watch. 

Some of our outstanding activities and unforgettable memories are Dr. 
Leach's and Mrs. Moore's visit, the Friday night pancake suppers for the Fresh- 
men, and the music of our own choir at Sunday night services. 



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Disciples Club 




Mary Jane Bradley, Lenore Seiliel, Martha 1 )otte I'ovey. Martha Ramsey, Myrtle Frances 
Shifflette, Marie Mason, Irene 2\Iannel 



All the girls on campus who are associated with the Christian Church are 
welcome to become members of the Disciples Club. At their weekly Thursday 
night meetings, the girls tliscuss niaiiv pertinent questions concerning modern 
living. College life can become more enjoyable when students meet to talk about 
their interests in a friendly and Christian atmosphere. 

Misses Hilda Hisey, Ilessie Lanier, and Alimae Aiken have sponsored these 
girls in all their activities. Marie Mason has been the very efficient president of 
the club. 



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Sally Kubin, Irene Seidman, Lois Kraushar, Barbara Leff, Sylvia Shure 

The Junior Sisterhood made a good start this year by welcoming six new- 
members to our organization. To make them feel right at home, our sponsor. 
Mrs. Mintzer, had one of her famous get-together parties at her home, where 
we made plans for the coming year. Barely had we time to get acquainted when 
we started working on our Christmas stocking for the children at the Home. 

Before we knew it, Christmas had come and gone, and soon our big project 
for the year becaine a realization. On January 31 we conducted the regular 
Friday night services at the Temple in town. The congregation gave us a 
wonderful reception, and we realized we had accomplished something worthwhile. 

The year moved swiftly on. < )ur regular Sunday meetings with programs 
and forums became something to look forward to. Parties, hikes, and picnics 
made for more intimate friendships and for happy memories. Spiritual kinship 
developed from our meeting to attend together the Friday night services and drew 
us closer to our church congregation. 

With the spring came the farewells to those girls who won't be with us next 
year and a deeper realization of the work of the officers who had led us through 
another memorable year. 



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Lutheran Student 
Association 



A big, blazing fire, hotdogs, and fun ! Wonderful memories linger with the 
members of the Lutheran Student Association when we recall the first get-to- 
gether party at Alassanutten Caverns. 

That was only the beginning ! Each month we held special meetings to make 
us feel even more the value of a deep spiritual life. Every Sunday we worshipped 
with the local congregation, six of us singing in the choir. On Sunday evenings 
we again met at the church and enjoyed an hour of inspiration, fun, and food. 

We'll always remember, ton, the fun we had at our parties at Christmas and 
on \'alentine's Day. 

As L. S. A.'ers we have been drawn together by a bond of fellowship, and it 
has been our desire "to develop wholesome social life and strong Christian 
friendships." 




kamoiia .Ann Printz, Katherinc Keglcy, Pearl Cline, Fay Hoover, Caroline Bowman, 

I'^'gg.v J<;''n Kile, iJiana Dolilis, Xellie Lantz, Jean Shelley. Eva .Ann Trumbo, 

\'irginia Miller. Genevieve Haker, Dorothy Crowell, Louie Zirkle, Janice Kibler, 

Mary Boyd, Virginia Wilkins, Catherine Hittle, Laura \'irginia Foltz, Sue Deaton 



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Newman Club 




Mildred Solari. Anna Mehalko. Margaret Kenny, Elise Bellenot. Joanne Mundy. Gloria 

McCarthy. Shirley Diinahoe, Mary Ferguson, Martha Curran, Shirley Kotlrich, 

Ann DonLeavy, Mary Louise Albrittain 



The Xewmaii Club began early in September to put finishing touches on 
their big plans for activities during the school year. Gloria McCarthy, our new 
president, and Father Hoffner, our pastor, did some sound superxising. In our 
monthly meetings we discussed ways to knit the Catholic students on our campus 
closer together. Also, we were intersted in our fellow students at the two neigh- 
boring colleges, Shenandoah and llridgewater. and invited them to join us in the 
monthly socials held in the Parish Hall. 

We received the fruits of our labor on Xovember 24; on that night we had 
our first big social, sponsored exclusively by Madison students. Capable officers, 
as well as willing freshmen, helped to make it a successful party. 

We were stimulated by our Discussion Club. We thought and talked to- 
gether, discussing our aims and ideals and possible ways to attain them. 

We thank Father Hoffner for his guidance and also the ladies of the parish 
who did so much to make us feel that their church was really our church from 
September to June. 



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Wesley Foundation 




Back : Ernestine GiUcsiJic, iiary Edwards, Bessie Hawk, Reliecca Settle, Gladys Kemp, 
Margaret Hurst, Frances Snead, Jean Collins, Gladys Farmer, Betty W'eller, Leslie Hall, 

Virginia Lee Ward 

Front : Helen Packett, Betty Broome, Gloria Garber, Dorothy Gray, June Hardy, Evelyn 

Dickson, Martha Lee, Betty Jane Wilkins, June Lyon, Joyce Gillespie, Mildred Ritchie, 

Marguerite Berryman 

They call it a "retfeat," hut tin- members of the Wesley Foundation Cabinet 
didn't fetreat from anything when the\' gathered at Massanetta for a pre-school 
week end and actual!)' planned to face a year of work and pr(jgress. 

The planning must have beeen perfect, for the year has been full of interesting 
and rewarding activities — Mrs. Gibbons's Sunday School class; Methodist Youth 
Fellowship, spiced with tantalizing Sunday night suppers ; a Valentine party for 
the Methodist faculty: quarterly open-tloor meetings of the hotly of the Wesley 
Foundation ; and installation of the I'feshman Cabinet. 

Traditional with Madison Methodists, of course, are the "open homes" of 
the Gibbonses and the pastor's family ; and well on the way to becoming a tra- 
dition at Madison are the Methodist Student Conferences. The program b_\- the 
Randolph-Macon Boys' Glee Club, sponsored by this group, is a project which has 
delightful prospects of becoming tradition. 

Happily the Wesley Foundation has enjoyed the comradship of Dottie 
Leache, the new church secretary, as well as the guidance of Mr. Conrad Black- 
well, the new pastor. ( )ur confidence in them and in the Wesley spirit never fails. 



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Westminster Fellowship 

In September at the pre-school retreat held at Massanetta, members of the 
Fellowship Council made big plans for the coming year. We are grateful to our 
advisers, Evelyn and Sam Shrum and Kitt\' Ilryne. who helped us fulfill our plans. 

At a Student Conference at Roslyn. \'irginia, in Xovember, wc presented the 
spirit of our Westminster Fellowship of Madison. 

December was a month of fun. Dressed as hoboes and tramps, we greeted 
each other with shouts of laughter at our tacky party at Massanutten Caverns. 

During winter and spring quarters we gave lefs time to play ;.'nd more to 
serious study. The programs conducted by Fellowship members each Sunday 
evening, including religious education movies, were very inspiring. 

The success of this year is attributed to the pervading spirit of fellowship 
and the sparkle of our theme "Christ Is The Answer." 




Back : 1 lielma Frolich, Nadine Clendening, Virginia Moffett, Ann Harman, Sue Lipps, 
Mary Horn, Sharon Frye, Jane Auman, Jane Schink, Ann Powell, Betty Hurdle, Peggy 

Shomo, Loretta Anderson, Carol Thompson 
Center : Kitty Byrne. Betty Miller, Frances Swecker, Ruth Morrison, Rachel Sutton, 
Evelyn Flanary, Jean Gaither, Eloise Miller, Mary Keller, Lois Chesson, Frances Beville, 

Dorothy Lewis 

Front : Betty Ann Wilson, Jean Morrison, Nellie JJotinger, Frances Xapicr, Patricia Newton, 

Jessie Bowen, Doris Kainey, Jean Rainc}', Betty Retterer 



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The Breeze 



In one issue of the Brcccc this year we asked, 
"What makes a Breeze?" The people who knew 
the real answer were the members of the staff 
themselves. Tlieir answer was "work — and plenty 
of it !" They realized tliat without the co-opera- 
tion and interest of every student whose name 
appears each week on the masthead there could 
be no Breeze. 

There's more than just work to a Breeze, 
though — play has a part. too. Take for instance 
the "coke treats" the workers had on Tuesday 
and Thursda)' nights, when we could "scrape up" 
enough money among us. And, somehow or 
other, the bo}'s on the staff always got roped in 
to bringing the refreshments from the tea room. 

This was the first year that we could speak of "the boys," but now, they, as 

well as our other new reporters, are as much a part of the Breeze room scene 

as the rest of us. 




EMILY LEITNER 



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OFFICERS 
Lilia .A.shl}y, Margaret Kfiiny, Roitic Nnrwodd, Reliccca Rogers, F.mlly Lcitncr, Margaret Rcid 



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TYPING STAFF 

Genexieve Baker, Johanna Shallcross, 
Mildred Smith, Ann Alchalko 



BUSINESS STAFF 

\'elva Sliumate, Frances Connock, 

Angeline Matthews, Margaret Thacker, 

Clarice Reeves 




EDITORIAL STAFF 
Doris Rice, Margaret Clark, Marie Parrotta, Ronald Burton, Mary Virginia Asliby. 
Beatrice Sloan, Beryl Snellings, Martha Thomas, C athcrine Cover, Kathleen Savage, 
Betty Lou Hcnshaw, Patricia Ingram, Irene Munson, X'clva Shumate, Bertha Boswell 

The Associated Collegiate Press held its lirst post- war convention in October. 
Em and Angeline came back from the convention to tell everyone "It's a be-oo-ti- 
ful day in Chicago!" There was another "hrst" when some of the girls had their 
initial view of the print shop during a visit to \V and L in Xovetnber as guests of 
the Ring-turn Phi staff. 

As the school year closes we look back to see the results of our efforts; we 
see — The Breeze. 



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The 
Schoolma'am 



"The Schooma'am must go to press!" That 
was the call to battle that resounded above our 
ancient potted lemon tree and out of the appar- 
ent confusion of the annual room in Reed Hall 
as the final deadline drew near. 

In fitting together the parts of the r.niiual, 
everybody remembers the New York photograph- 
er with his requests for "Chin up, eyes toward CLAIRE BENNETT 
me — that's fine, hold it !" Staff members remember Claire behind tjie desk, asking, 
"Where's that identification? Did you take the dummy, Phyl?" ( )ur editor had a 
dozen questions for her brood and the}' had the answers. 





OFFICERS 

Nancy Lee Caufield, Business Manager; Polly Brown, Chief Typist; Jean Jessee, Photograiihy 

Editor; Dawn Brewer, Art Editor; Carolyn Phalen, Copy Editor 



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F.DITORIAL STAFF 

P.L'Uy Broome, Florence Springmann, (.'arolyii 

riialen. < '.loria Miller, Jo Johnson, Mary 

Frances Shuler 



PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Mary X'irginia Asliliy, Katlicrine Collie, 

Jean Jcssee, Kamona Fawley, Ihrisline toals 



A lot of work goes into puhlishing an annual — pages to be accounted for, 
pictures to be taken, words to be counted, identifications to be verified, — all of 
them everyday duties to the annual editor. We have performed them all, even over- 
coming the complications of rain and flu and exams and deadlines, to make this 
thirty-eighth volume of The Schoolma'am. 

When you open it, there's the smell of printer's ink, 30ur own picture — your 
favorite professor's, too; there are all your clubs and all your friends. There are 
reminders of campus life, of trips downtown, of your long but wonderful 1946- 
'47 vear at Madison. 




BUSINESS STAFF 

Gertrude Montgomery, Bee Vee Manuel, 

Betty Coyne, Nancy Lee Caufield, 

Clarice Reeves, Alice Sherman, 

Julia Smith 



ART STAFF 

Phyllis Kempfer, Betty Preston, 

Vclva Shumate, Jean Smith, Virginia Starke, 

Dawn Brewer, Lillian Jeffries, 

Ruth Younis 



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Kappa Delta Pi * 



Margaret Ritchie greeled us with a happy 
smile at our first meeting. We soon realized that 
beliiiid tile twinkle in her eyes there were many 
ideas tor our year's activities. 

Gladly we accepted Mr. Eagle as our new 
sponsor and initiated twenty-two pledges. To 
prove to them that a Kappa Delta Pi girl knows 
how to play as well as study, we gave them 
a party after the initiation. 

Faculty members who had once been active 
members of Kappa Delta Pi were invited to our 
December party. We started getting the Christ- 
mas spirit, even though it was just December 4. 



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Back: lo Johnson, Jane McMurran. \ irginia Marriner, Amy Sanders, Unity Chappell, 

Shirle\- Williams 

Front; Gloria Miller, Jessie Eowen, Jane Morgan, Mary X'irginia (.'arson, Margaret Ritchie, 

Claire Bennett, Geraldine Estep, Carolyn Phalen 



Throug-h careful planning we found we could sponsor an assembly speaker. 
Dr. Harold I'.enjamin of the Xati(.)nal lulucation Office al Richmond spoke at a 
Wednesday chapel program in February. He exemplified the capable speaker and 
educator which we hope to be some day. 

(Jur own Madison chapter was hostess to the regional meeting in April. Our 
delegates who attended the Convocation last _\ear had dreamed of holding the re- 
gional meeting here someda}' and through hard work and planning they were able 
to realize their ambition. The regional meeting was the climax of a gear's work and 
an inspiration for the year ahead. 



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Pi Omega Pi 



The sun was rising as nineteen girls, still yawn- 
ing, arrived at Harrison Hall to be pledged to Pi 
Omega Pi, national hcnorar\^ business fratern- 
ity, on February 18. They discovered after the 
candlelight service that the aroma of brewing 
coffee and frying bacon had materialized into a 
delicious pledge breakfast in the tea room. 

Naturally, they discovered later that member- 
ship in this group was not all play, although they 
did have their annual banquet and initiation 
senice in April. They sponsored Dr. Will Irwin 

in assembly on Pi Omega Pi day. sent a delegate to the national convention in 
Chicago, and acted as hostess to almost all conventions held on campus during 
the year. 

All in all. it was a full year — full of work and full of play, directed com- 
petently b\' their president. Carolyn Woodfield. 




CAROLYN WOODFIELD 




Back: Jessie Bowen, Frances Hundley. .Angelina Matthews. Janice Lohr. Gay Scott, 

Gertrude Montgomery, Margaret Ritchie, .Audrey Hinton, \irginia Ogilvie 

From: .Alice Engleman, Peggy Wood, June Hardy, Carolyn Woodfield, Jean Lockard, 

Phyllis Epperson, Shirley Williams 



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Sigma Phi Lambda 




Back: Mary Horn, Irene Reynolds, Alargaret Hurst, Jean Rainey, Sarah Ferland, Betty Cox, 

Emily Fleming. Hart Chappell, Mary Rudasill, Betty Syphers, Jennie Snowden, Frances 

Connock, Emily Pierce, Lynn Mitclicll, Mildred Bushong, Xan Carter, Betty W'eller, 

Marilui Lee 
Center: Evel3-n Flanncry, Eleannr Tiller, Evelyn Claggett, Margaret Jessup, Joan Sprousc, 

Juanita Duke, Katherine Collie, Frances Antrim. Ann Horn 

Front : Joyce Gillispie, Mae Hall, Lois Stein, Doris Rainey, Nancy Bryant, Helen Slaughter, 

Dorothy Cornblatt, Be.ty Broom, Gcna Gander, Marianna Howard, Louise Albrittain 

Tht little white invitations to a reception which Sigma Phi Lambvla icnt to 
freshmen honor students in (Jctober carried the significance of the twofold pur- 
pose of the junior honor society — to promote and maintain schclarship and to 
provide social experience. The real "social success" of the fall reception became 
concrete in winter quarter when twenty-two freshmen were initiated into the 
society. Six sophomores also were added to the new rolls of Sigma Phi Lambda. 

Proudly we sponsored as an assembly speaker Francisco G. Salvacion. Who 
could help liking our Filipino neighbors after hearing Francisco Salvacion sing 
their folk songs? 

Members of Sigma Phi Lambda have thrilled to the support of the torch of 
learning, held so high this year by Juanita Duke, our president, and so steadfastly 
by Miss Lanier, our sponsor. 



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Panhellenic 
Council 



The Greeks, with I'aiilielleiiic chairman. Janie 
Person, as their queen, reigned supreme (hiring 
the rush week for upperclassmen in fall quarter. 
From the time of receiving the short notice. 
"Please meet wiih Janie Person in Alumnae Hall. 
Thursday. 4 ;J.() i>.m.," until the moment of sus- 
pense when each rushee recei\etl her l)iil, Paiuhel- 
lenic was the chief topic of interest on campus. 

Every night of rush week was a Ilig Xight ; each of the tixe sororities enter- 
tained its rushees at an informal, completely original party. The parties ranged 
from a fast ball game to a cafe society. 




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Back: Anne Bussey, Gcraldine Estep. Mary Lee Moyer, Amy Sanders, lean Smith, 

Shirley \\ ilkins, Betty Coyne, Rebecca Chappell 

Front: Mary Ann Hudgins, Gwyn Snapp. Joan Holbrook, Janie Person, Mary Louise 

Huntington, Jane Kirwan 



Again the issuing of bids was not limited to i"ush week. Open bidding in 
January and in April brought sororities aiui other rushees together. 

This year (in the seventh of December, at 8:30 p.m., part_\-ing C(juples were 
greeted at the front door of Reed Hall by a massive Christmas tree. Ladies and 
gentlemen found themselves in a fairyland of red and white Christmas balloons. 
Slowl}' Jimmy St. Claire's orchestra drifted into the melody of "I'm Dreaming 
of a \\'hite Christmas" : a gigantic Christmas card poured forth the girls of Pan- 
hellenic C(juncil and the otftcers of the sororities, who with their dates formed a 
Christmas bell. 



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Alpha Sigma 
Alpha 




In years to come, when Alpha Sigma Alpha 
members look back on this _\ear, they will remem- 
ber the big events — rush week with all its ex- 
citement and confusion, pledging day, Stretch's 
account of her trip to the national con\ention in 
Colorado last summer, the Founders' Day ban- 
quet, the Christmas party. Homecoming, the 
week end at the college camp, Senior breakfast — 
all the things that were important enough to make 
news to other people, too. 

The big things, though, are not all that will be remembered. There are the 
little things, too, that mean so much, — like the "Cafe Society" rush party with 



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The l>;irs of Carter House 



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Back: Nancy Lee Bradley. Barbara Cabe, Helen Smith, Rebecca Settle, Mary Rudasill. 

Betty W'eller, Katherine Collie, Angeline Matthews. Betty Gray Scott. Mildred Bushong. 

Sue Deaton, Emily Leitner. Geraldine Xeathery. Xancy Lee Bryant, Caroline Peters, 

Lynn Mitcliell, Mollie Johnson 

Fourth : Lois Stine, Phyllis Epperson, Lieraldine Estep. Bertha Boswell, Jennie Snowden, 

Lou Goettling. Betty Wilkins. Jessie Bowen, Ernestine Gillespie, Martha Lee 
Third : Ethelene Smith, Lois Wiley, Margaret Thacker, Marjorie Dickie, Mildred Borky, 

Eleanor Gregory, Anna Bowman, Ann Yeatts, Eleanor Andrews 
Xancy Rogers, Wanda Lee Lewter, Eugenia Savage, Laura \'irginia Foltz, Emily Pierce, 

Eva Ann Trumbo, Carol Thompson 

Second : Margaret Hoggard, Josejihine \'aughan. Dawn Brewer, Barbara W'ensel, 

Josephine Garber, Elizabeth Peak, Bettie Xorwood, Hilda Davis 

Front: Jerry Morris, Jane Morgan, Jane Staples, Be:ty Jo Stretchberry, Anne Bussey, 

Margaret Reid, Joy Corkan, June Sterling 



its traditional song, "Kitchen Mechanics," the thrill <jt seeing a girl who is loved 
and wanted turn into the walk that leads to Carter House on pledging day, the 
warm fellowship and tears of happiness that come from singing "The Sweet- 
heart Song," the sisterly atmosphere that prevails in the house, midnight discus- 
sions of plans, big and little, unexpected visits from alumnae — all these and more 
will be remembered as the little, lovable things of the year. 

Above all will be remembered the part that Alpha Sigma Alpha, both as a 
group and as individuals, has played in the life of the college. 



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September 1946 brought us back to Linculn 
House and to A. S. T. fellowship. At our first 
meeting Jean Marie and the other girls told us 
ab'iut the successful National Convention in Cin- 
cinnati. We admired the souvenir trophies and 
listened to new ideas for our school year. Jean 
Marie has made us more A.S.T--conscious than 
ever. 

Rusheees, old members, ghosts, and goblins 
came to our Hallowe'en party. It had the "chills |E\X SMITH 

and thrills" of a chamber of horrors. When the 

candle on the table mysteriously went out, everyone was scared. The ghost story 
Mary Gore told was enough to make your hair curl. 

After it was all over, we pledged twelve new girls. Alice Faulkner ditl a 
wonderful job of molding them into active members. 

Founders' Da_v, November 4, was celebrated in a proper style with a dinner at 
Stoneleigh Inn. After the banquet we gathereil around the piano to sing A. S. T. 
favorites and serenade ourselves. 




Pouring out our hearts in letters... 



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Back: Mildred Smith, Johanna Shallcross. Betty Syphers, Mary Lynn, Martha Baker, 

McClain Bowen, Mary Southern, Margaret Kenny, Jane Castles, Ruth Thompson, 

\'irginia Starke, Mary \\ ilhamson, Edith C'nbinass 

Third : Janie Person, Ruby Ann Horsley, Catherine Clendenning, EHnor Short, Joan Hol- 

hrook. Ruth Younis, Margaret Ann Price. Gladys Farmer, Frances Hundley, Kathrxii Robbins. 

Dorothy Stroop. Mary Fae Smith, Betty Sue Altman, Mildred Moore, \"irginia Ward 
Second: X'irginia Britton, Doris Stickley, Easley Shuford, Mary \'irginia Ashby, Jean Jessec 

Alice Faulkner, Leslie Hall 

Front : Ann \\ illiams, Helen Squyres, Margaret Ritchie, Jean Smith, Narice Keezell, 

\ annv Hammer, Rose Marie Pace, Marguerite C olTman 



Our Janie led the figure at the Pauhelleuic dance Uecember 7. We were all 
proud of her. This was the beginning of the Christmas festivities. With blithe 
spirits we gathered around the tree in Lincoln House to make friendly chatter and 
sing carols and bid excited goodbyes before the holidays. 

During January there was pletitx' of excitement. This was the open-bidding 
season when we welcomed into our group each of the twelve new pledges with 
hugs and cries of joy. Mar\- Piudge's visit perfected the week end. After the in- 
teresting talk by Dr. "Freddy" we had a buffet s.ipper served as on!y A. S. T. 
home economics students could serve. 

Carrying out our social service project, we entertained the people at the 
county home just outside Harrisonburg in February. W'e offered them the true 
>"t. \'alentine spirit in personal gifts, fruits, and bits of original amusetnents. 

The days Hew bv. They were filled with bridge parties, tiiidnight chats, and 
coffee. We have great expectations for new furniture, for social service work, and 
campus projects. 



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Pi Kappa Sigma 



This has truly been a year to go down in I'i 
Kap history. Not onh' should our seniors be proud 
because they were largely responsible for what we 
have accomplished, but all the rest of us lowly 
undergrads, just for helping a little. Xcver has 
there been a year so full of things to do. 

We started with rushing in October. Our rush 
party was definitely something to write home 
about — atmosphere galore ! Pi Kap opened an 
Arabian Nights Club. All of us had a wonderful 
time making plans for and giving the rush party. 
It was really a success, too. We pledged twenty- 
seven girls later. 




REBECC.\ CHAPPELL 
Also in October we went to the college camp for a big week end. None of the 

seniors will forget that, ^\"e had fun cooking over wood fires, singing en the 

riverbank, rowing, playing Softball, and, of course, playing bridge. It was a 

grand get-together for all of us. 

Another one of our get-togethers was Founders' Day banquet on Novem- 
ber 17. Oh, for food like that every dav in the \-ear ! 

In December we had Mr. Hicks play for us at one of our social meetings. 
We invited our sister sororities on campus and all n()n-sororit\' girls to the 
meeting . 




Boatswain 



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Hack: il\ ra l-'enster\vald, \ irginia Moody. Ida Hart Chappcll, Anna Walters, Margaret 

Powell, Jane Grant, Ann Myers, Cora Jean White, Margaret Jcssiip, Barbara Farrar. Jean 

Cameron, Kamona Gay Fawley, Virginia Watson, Mary Stuart Moffett, Frances Antrim, 

Aylecn Kelley, Alice Mercer Jones, Carrie Goodson, Evelyn Dickson, Vivian Connelly, 

Joan Kirby, Mary Anne Hudgins 

Center: Lois Brachett, Martha Ann Walton, Mary Hunter 1 )rewery, Virginia W'ooten, 

Mary Julias. Mary Sheppard Alberts, Jo Hodgson, Annalee Messick, Lois Campbell, Nancy 

Jane Warren, Jane Pincus, Mary Louise Hinitington, Jane McMurran, Lynda Ycatts, 

Mae Zirkle, Jackie Burton, Barbara Hummel, Kathleen 1 )ance, Ebie Copley 

Front: Cecil Kelley, Jessie C'omann, Billy Richmond, Gracie Lee X'anDyke, Jane Hartman, 

Janet SoIIenberger, Frances HoIIaday, Mary Jane Fulton, Shirley Williams, Nancy Bristow, 

\'irginia Barnes, Emma Jane Newmon, Dorothy Thompson, Rebecca Chappell, 

Rosetta Stanley, Unity Chappell 



We decided to give a part}' thi.s year for the orphans. This was one time 
work was a true pleasure. They were the cutest chil(lren, and so appreciative. We 
all went home with a better Christmas spirit because of it. 

We could go on and on telling ab(jut the events of the year — Sunday night 
suppers at the house. cotTee parties in the "rec" rooin, open house at Homecoming, 
and wonderful memories for seniors to take with them and cherish. 

This has been a happ_\' year for all of us. and we can't help thinking that 
Becca was largely responsible. Thanks, P>ecca, from all of us ; thanks, too, to 
Mrs. Johnston and Miss Jansen, who have advised and helped us this year. 



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JANE KIRWAN 



September at Sprinkle House, 1946, meant 
delight at being together again. "Sigma Haven" 
smiled as she resumed her role of "the house with 
somebody in it" — Tri Sigmas. 

The first highlight of the season was the week 
end at the college camp. This excursion revealed 
many hidden talents in the art of cooking. 
Weren't those steaks good? 

Rush week brought great anticipation and great partv plans. For our party. 
we converted pine-panelled Senior Dining Hall into a bower\- and rushed our 
rushees right back into the gay 'nineties. Then came the thrill of having forty 
fine girls pledge Tri Sigma ; the cheering continued far into the night. 

Rarca with her car and brand new station wagon made it possible for Alpha 
Upsilon to be well represented at the Regional Meet in Richmond. Our "singing 
chapter" arrived in style and kept the other chapters entertained with numerous 
original "ditties." 

Just before they became full-fledged -Sigmas, our pledges were hostesses at 
a "Backwards Partv." Everyone had a hilarious time in a backward sort of way. 




Someone's rocking my boat.... 



Balic in the woods. 



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Back: Sarah Ferland, Sarah Brent, Shirley Wilkins, Margaret Hurst, Betty Mathews, 
Peggy Holhs, Alice Scott, Marianna Howard, Bob Monahon, Marilyn Lee, Faye Mitchell, 
Alice Hunter. Sarah Seay, Betty Sibert, Ruth Anderson, Betty Broome, Gladys Kemp, 

Jean Mims, Irene Reynolds, Jean Prasse, Betsy Johnson, Phyllis Downer 
Center: Nancy Lee Caufield, Lucy Davis, Virginia Marriner, Clarice Reeves, Gwyn Snapp, 
Joyce Dallas, Joan Hartsook, Evelyn Fosnight, Alice Sherman, Jo Johnson, Alice Craig, 
Shirley Taylor, Barbara Pamplin, Mildred Cross, Frances Garfinkel, Juanita Duke, Mickey 
Parrotta, Helen Scarborough, Dorothy Bowles, Virginia Harrison, Peggy Dinkle, 
Betty Barton, Betty Miller, Carolyn Phalen 
F'ront : Jeanne Slaughter, Velva Shumate, Jeannette Pickrel, Betty Preston, Trula Hutton, 
Barbara Palmer, Jackie Rady, Jane Kirwan, Jane Sherman, Rebecca Bennett, Alice Agnor, 
Geneva Hughes, Nan Carter, Katherine Hamilton, Mildred Ritchie, Jane Lucy, Anne Starling 

In December came the annual Christmas Seal drive with Tri Sigma leading 
the fight against tuberculosis on our campus. After the work in the drive, we 
celebrated with a Christmas party — and the new radio vie that "we gave us" for 
Christmas. 

In January we were much elated over a visit from Miss Mabel Lee Walton, 
National President of Sigma Sigma Sigma. We are looking forward to seeing her 
again when the Virginia chapters play hostess at the National Convention at Wil- 
liamsburg, July, 1947. 

Founders' Day, the alumnae — sponsored Senior Workshop, and a picnic for 
the seniors highlighted the spring season. 

We owe much to Miss Hoffman, Miss Hudson, and Miss Boaz for the many 
things they've done for us in making this year in Tri Sigma a happy and success- 
ful one. 



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Theta Sigma 
Upsilon 



I'"all came and we aj^^ain welcome, 1 tlie sight of 
dear old Messick House. Its halls and rooms 
rang with voices, laughter, and music as we made 
plans for another successful year. 

From our "rush" party till our banquet in the 
spring, our officers and members worked together 
like Trojans, and it was this bond nl' unit\' that 
made our plans materialize. 




MARY LEE MOVER 



"Messick Stadium" became an exciting center for the rushees w' en the 
rousing football game between "Creel" and "Shorty" to;)k place. "Doc" and "Doc, 
Jr." were the referees, and P.etty Coyne stood ready with the Handbook in case 
there was an infringement of the rules. Even Miss Kilroy was there! 

Soon after that, we welcomed our new pledges. They'll imderstand next }'ear 
why we almost crushed their ribs when they entered the front door of Messick. 




A hold-up ! 



Such devotiou ! 



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Rack: Hannah Finlcy, Charlotte Oothmidt, Margart-l HdllaiKl, Xancx Lung, Amy Sanders, 
Gay Scott, Sue Bostic. Betty Coyne, Mar_\- Louise Albrittain 

Third: Mary Edwards, Rose Marie Mitchell, Mary Ann KidwcU, Rebecca Rogers, Rachel 
Long, Lucille Grubb, Alice Englcman, Doris Young 

Second: June Hardy, Anna Faircloth, Helen Mitcliell, Katheryne DeHart, Elizaliclli White- 
hurst, Mary Frances Shuler, Julia Smith, Gloria Garlier 

Front: Annette Taylor, Phyllis Kempfer, Lucille Kavanaugh, Jean McLennan, Jessie 

Beaman, Mary Lee Moyer, Elizabeth Alal'tox, Inez Creel, Virginia Miller, Joyce Gillespie, 

Dorothy Gray, Ethel Gaines, Nancy Fath 



Once more, Theta Sigma Upsilon sponsored the March of Dimes campaign 
and carried it far beyond its goal. Close on its heels followed the Panhellenic 
Christmas dance with much decorating and many sore muscles. 

The Thetas became the proud owners of a brand new "vie" with records 
galore, and just to celebrate we had a "record" party. Then, before the German 
dance we entertained our dates at Messick House with soft tnusic as a back- 
ground for tuxedoes and colorful evening dresses and all the comforts of home. 

Home — oh, that's where you'll find sotnc of us next year wishing we were 
back at Messick with our dear sisters. 



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The Orchestra 

ORCHESTRA: RECORDING STUUlO, 4 :3U, OX TLME. C, T. M. 

This inexitable notice on tlie bulletin board in Harrison Hall is familiar to 
every orchestra girl. And true to the word, as the second hand of the studio 
clock reaches 4:30 p.m.. the baton comes down on another afternoon visit with 
Wagner, Tschaikowsky, Beethoven, and Strauss. Then, too, one may hear strains 
of Mr. Marshall's special arrangements of "Over the Rainbow." ■'\\'hen Day is 
Done," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," or "Amapola." 

There, however, is much more in the life of an orchestra girl than afternoon 
rehearsals. We played enthusiastically for the assembly program in February, for 
spring concerts, for Wednesday assemblies, and, finall)-, for graduation. And 




Left to Right : Sue Deaton. Jane Tate. Helen Koontz, Barbara Perdue, Ida Mae Willis 

Teanette Tonner, Betty Kabler, Doris Pearl, Laura Virginia Foltz, Diana DoMis, Doris Young, 

Barbara Strader, Mr. ^[arshall. Nancy Rogers, Lois W iky. Lois Brandt 



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who (if us will tdr^cl llic fun we h;i\t.' had wmk- 
inji with the stage crew nn our stage settings and 
the resulting thrill of the tinishcd pro luct in 
lights and color? Of course, the highlight di our 
\ear was the week's tour in May, tluring which 
we [ila\(.'d two concerts daily in se\eral schools. 
The rear 1946-47 will live in orchestra girls' 
scrapbooks as a year of improvement and prog- 
ress toward higher standards of pla\-ing and 
performance. 




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.■Mice Agncir. Katherine Richards, X'elner Sowers. Judy Nutting. Mildred Gaston, Marguerite 

ColTman, Dorothy Branson, F.dith Cabaniss, Nadine Clendening, F^lizaheth Mattox, Sarah 

Strader, Ja\ne \\ orley. Jane Mohler, VirRinia Ward, I >ot Thomas, Rebecca Chaiipell, 

Gloria McCarthy 

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Glee Club 



\\ ithout much ado w c began working on new 
music for our varied repertoire of the year. 

For our traditional Christmas X'espers we sang 
a Bach Chorale and selections from his Christmas 
Oratoria, and by popular request we again pre- 
sented the "Singing Tree" as the theme of the 
fantasy in the last part of our program. From 
the swaying branches of a silver fir tree, our 

voices rang out in the old familiar carols. 

DELPHIXE LAXD 

In March we added to the entertainment for Alumnae Homecoming. 





GLEE CLUB OFFICERS 

Back: Emily Pierce. Rose Marie Pace, Catherine Bittle. Janice Lohr 

Front : I )elphine Land, Peggj' Uinklc 



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Back: Rose Marie Pace, Ruth Thompson, Elizabeth Jamerson. EUzaheth Meeks, Rebecca 
Bennett, Janice Lohr, \'irginia Lee Branch, Margaret Hurst, lane Staples, Carter Harrison, 
Barbara Farrar, Janice Welsh, Lois Stein, Eugenia Savage, Carol N'orman, Eleanor Tiller 

Center : I'egg>' Dinkle, June Finks, Beulah Earnian, Shirley Quinn, Margaret R'tchie, 
Julia Smith, Emily Leitner, Retha Shirkey, Ann Carter, Ann Hoover, Helen Smith, 
Lois Waggy, Frances Martin, Margaret Renter, Peggv- Carter, Gvvyn Snapp, Lois Campbell 

Front: Mary Margaret Purcell. Frances Hundley, Jean Snedegar, Peggy Wood, Catherine 

Bittle, Virginia Ward, Delphine Land, Ann Williams, Helen Spivey, Wanda Lee Lewter, 

Jane Wallace, Eva Ann Trumbo, Emily Pierce. Gerry Estep, Patricia Stewart 



Iinnu-iliati-ly after niir I'.asier fe-slival, we went to Portsnimilh and pai'ticipated 
in the choral auditions, receivings superior recognition, and later presented a Suiniay 
vesper service at the University of \'irgi!iia. 

The Glee Club sang for the May Dav court as well as for the Commencement 
exercises. 

None of these happy experiences would have been possible without the loyal 
help and guidance of our president. Delphine Land, and our director. Miss 
Shaeffer. 



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Choral Club 




Back: Corbin H; 
Center: Rebecca Settle 



Sarah Pnvvers, 



June Darnell, 
Alatlox, Lila 



larwuod, Patsy Suurs, l)oris Wright, \irginia Moffett, 
Selma Massie, Thelma Frolich, Nancy Ballard 
., . iv^i.v^^,, ..vttle, Lucille Grubb, Joy Paynter, Katheryn McManaw;' 
Luis Brackett, Elizabeth Black, Carolyn Smith, Margaret Meers, Elizabe 

Springmann, Ann Burford, Leslie Hall 
Front : Carrie White Moore, Billy Richmond, Vernita King, Jeanne Sutton, Ila Mae Cary, 
Joanne Craig, Vanny Hammer, Frances Harncst, Betty Ferguson, Jane Castles, Peggy Lease 

Knees trembling, hands shaking, hearts thumping — yet (jur voices must iiave 
rung true because we have been invited to join the Choral Club. 

The girls who successfully pass the tryouts for Choral Club can look forward 
t(j Tuesday antl Thursday night practices — practices which make for superior per- 
formances. 

Miss Burau, our director, Vatmy Hammer and Kathie McManaway, our 
presidents, and Mary Elizabeth Hillman, our accompanist, helped us and en- 
couraged us to attain quality in our work. Along with them, Alice Agnor often 
gave us her time and assistance. 

We sing because we love to sing and are always willing to give performances 
for the students on campus and for local community groups. 

As a climax to our year's work, we gave a Sunday afternoon program in 
Wilson auditorium during the month of May. 



Lost Chords 



Time: 7:00 p.m., Tuesday nij,rlu. 

Place: Wilson Reoirdint; .Studici, where uur sextet of swins is "tuning up." 

Enter Mr. Marshall, witli an enthusiastic "Let's go!" 

And so another evening's rehearsal gets under way. Marguerite and Dot 
harmonize on saxes, while the two "Bobbies" balance with the brasses (Strader's 
"slide" and Koimtz's "hot trumpet.") Brandt and her traps and Andy at the 
piano complete our dance band, known on campus as "The List Chords." 

As members of an especially small dance orchestra, we've had to concentrate 
on close teamwork, aided by Mr. Marshall and his interest and guidance! 

These are the memories we've stored u]> : the time we played at the Kiwanis 
Club meeting at Hotel Ingleside — f(jr )iy!oiis: the Chamber of Commerce ban- 
quet; a dance at Harrisonburg High School; our own basketball games; the Se- 
same Club dance; anci the weekly Saturday night "informals" in Reed Gym. 




leaiinr .Andrews, Helen Kocjiitz, Barli;ir:i Strader, Lois Uranch, Marguerite Ccitiinan, 

1 loriithv liransiiii 



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Aeolian Club 



Having just reorganizt-d last year, this year was our "period of reconversion." 
In the fall we amended our constitution to bring our organization up-to-date and 
in smooth running order. 

At our meetings we played for each other, listened to our favorite albums. 
topped those off with some of our original compositions from counterpoint class, 
or held trjouts. Some of the girls with their Bach Inventions and Beethoven 
Sonatas pla3'ed their way right into the club. 

After Christmas we felt a little bolder and gave a Chopin program to let other 
people know we were here. 

There was no doubt of our identity when the year ended ; our senior members 
had given the long-awaited senior recitals. We other members filled the front 
rows and swelled with pride on those memorable nights, dreaming of the day 
when we would huld the spotlight. 




jiihnsuii. Annette Taylor, Catherine Bittle. Bessie Hawk. \'irginia Marriner. Emily Pierce, 

Marv Elizabeth Black 



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Cotillion Club 




Early in the fall CutiUiuii members began plans 
for a busy year, ^\'e gut our new members in the 
"right rhythm" after two days of goating. Those 
forlorn looking creatures who wandered over 
campus bleating, "Good morning, Miss Frazzle 
Dazzle." were the goals : and as such, they made 
more steps backward than forward. 

The new and old members went into a huddle 
to plan the dance. Easter was the season, March RUTH DW'IS 

29 the day, 9:00 p.m. the hour. Bunny Rabbits 

greeted guests at the door. Easter baskets hung from the ceiling, and real Easter 
eggs rolled along the picket fence. Remember the figure? Ruth, our blonde and 
stately president, led the senior members through the enormous Easter egg. It was 
the last Cotillion figure for those lucky seniors, the first for the wide-eyed 
freshmen. 




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W'oel 111 ilays ! 



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Rutli Barnes. Mary Elizabeth Russell, Shirley \\ ilkins. Rmh Davis, Jane W ilson, 
lackic Rady, Marion Walker 



Alice Agnor 
Ruth Anderson 
Biddy Antrim 
Barbara Banish 
Ruth Barnes 
\irginia Barnes 
Betty Battr 
Betty Bembow 
Rebecca Bennett 
Dorothy Bland 
Dot Bowles 
Natalie Bowman 
Kancy Bristow 
Jean Cameron 
Lois Cami)bell 
Nan Carter 
Elsie Mae Chapman 
Rebecca Chappell 
Maysel (.Oakley 
Rose Mary Cox 
Alice Craig 
Joanne Craig 
Inez Creel 
Mary Curra.i 
Ann Curtis 
Lucille Davis 
Ruth Davis 
Jean Derflinger 
Phyllis Downer 
Mary Hunter Drewery 
Jane Dudley 
Jean Dunnavant 
Mary Lou Ellison 
Barbara Farrar 
liamona Fawley 



Biddy Fenster-vald 
Mary Ferguson 
Lorraine Foster 
Xancy Foster 
Phyllis Frizzell 
^lary Jane Fulton 
Joan Gallagher 
Nancy Garrett 
Lucille Goettling 
Carey Goodson 
Lois Grant 
Katherine Hamilton 
Joyce Hammond 
Jane Hartman 
Connie Harwood 
Dorothy Herbert 
Anne Hoover 
Ruby Ann Horsley 
Mary Ann Hudgins 
June Huff 
Geneva Hughes 
Barbara Hummel 
Alice Hunter 
Mary L. Huntington 
Trula Hutton 
Mary Julias 
Margaret Kash 
Jackie Kayser 
ALirgaret Kenny 
Florence Kimo 
Joan Kirliy 
Jane Kirwan 
Beverly Lewis 
Jane Lucy 
Anne Lyons 



Jean Mahone 
Bee \"ee Manuel 
Jeanne Meekins 
Elizal)eth Meeks 
Lv-nn Mitchell 
Bob Monohan 
\'irginia Moody 
Jane Moore 
W annie Mottern 
Anne Myers 
Emma Jane Xewmoii 
Carol Xorman 
Beulah Owen 
Janet Owen 
Barbara Pamplin 
Jean Parker 
Xancy Penn 
Barbara Perdu j 
Florence Perkinson 
Jeannette Pickrel 
Shirley Pickrel 
Tony Pierce 
Jane Pincus 
Marian Pitt 
Anne Powell 
Ramona Printz 
Jackie Rady 
Xancy Rainey 
I )oris Rice 
Kay Richards 
Mary Liz Russell 
Eugenia Savage 
Kathleen Savage 
Helen Scarborough 
Sarah Seav 



Barbara Shaw 
Pat Sheetz 
Kitty Sheffield 
Ann Sibert 
Betty Sibert 
Bee Sloan 
Gwyn Snapp 
June Sterling 
Betty Jo Strctchberry 
Patricia Stuart 
Jane Tate 
Mary Belle Taylor 
Shirley Taylor 
Ann Thomas 
Dot Thompson 
Elsie Thornhill 
Ann Trinkle 
Xina Turner 
Gladys Walker 
Margaret Walker 
Marian Walker 
Xancy Jane Warren 
X'irginia Watson 
Gertrude Weaver 
Jane Welsh 
Doris White 
Cora Jean \\'hite 
Lois Wiley 
Shirley Wilkins 
Shirley Williams 
Jane W ilson 
Bobby Sue Woodruff 
X'irginia Wootten 
Lynda Yeafts 
Mac Zirkle 



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German Club 



As Humpty Dumpty watched I'rum his wall, 
two hundred couples joined Mother Goose in 
Nursery Rhyme Land and danced to the music 
of the cat and his fiddle, supported in rhythm 
by the V.P.I. Colonels, at the annual German 
Club "Rhyme and Rhythm" mid-winter formal 
on February 22. The old woman who lived in the 
shoe moved out for the evening and gave her 
home to the members of the German Club and 
their dates for their "Stardust" figure. 




MARTH.\ LEE 



Later, while the dancers drifted homeward to the strains of "Good Night, 
Sweetheart." Mother Goose and her children from the Land of Make-Relieve, 
closed the door on our successful German Club dance. 



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Front : 



Back : Margaret Rcid, Cora Mapp. Xanc\- Rogers 
Marjorie Dickie, Martha Lee, Rosetta Stanley, Anna LaMar Bowman 



Barliara Alexander 
Jane Auman 
June Andersen 
Patsy Ashhnxjk 
\\ ilma Bailey 
Betty Lou Barton 
Marion Bates 
Claire Bennett 
Irene Blair 
Mitzic Borkcy 
Anna BoHPiian 
Carolyn Bowman 
Jo Bowman 
X;incy Bradley 
Dawn Brewer 
i )anny Broome 
Mary Jane Bryan 
Korest Ann Burford 
Phyllis Burns 
Jackie Burton 
Ann Bussey 
Nancy Bulterworth 
Jane Canada 
t^f'gg)' Carter 
Ida Hart Chappel 
Unity Chappel 
Evelyn Clem 



Kitty Clendenning 
Christine Coats 
Katherine Collie 
Ebie Copley 
Joy L'orkan 
Martha Cox 
Betty Coyne 
Dot Crowell 
Kitty Dance 
Betty Davis 
Hilda Davis 
Jean Davis 
Sue Deaton 
Kitty DeHart 
Irene Deisher 
Dorothy Dickenson 
Marjorie Dickie 
\ irginia Dixon 
Shirley Donahne 
Mary M. Duncan 
Laura Dunna\ant 
Marjorie Flyer 
Xancy Ellis 
Anna Faircloth 
Nirginia Farmer 
Fayc Ferris 
Evelyn Fosnight 



Jean Gaither 
Jo Garber 
Xorma Gay 
Ernestine Gilles]iie 
CarolxTi Gills 
Jackie Gillicrt 
Jane Gooch 
Betty Jo Hanks 
C arter Harrison 
Jane Holloman 
Ruth Harshhargcr 
Liliby Hite 
Jo Hodgson 
Margaret Hoggard 
Trigg Holladay 
J'eggy HoUis 
Fay Hoover 
I(>\ Hulvey 
Margare' Jes^up 
P>ctty Johnson 
Jo Johnson 
Ayleen Ketley 
Cecil Kelley' 
Gladys Kemp 
1 )elphin;- Land 
Hem ictta Lanier 
Marilyn Lee 



Manila Lee 
\\ anda Lcwter 
I ora Mapp 
\'irginia Marriner 
Angelina Matthews 
Elizabeth Mattox 
Jean McLennan 
Jane McMurran 
Annaiee Messick 
Jean Minis 
Faye Mitchell 
Helen Mitchell 
Rose ^Laric Mitchell 
Mary Stuart Moffett 
Jerry Morris 
Earlene Muire 
Irene Munson 
Betty Murray 
Rose Marie Pace 
Barbara Palmer 
Elizabeth Peak 
Janie Person 
Carolyn Peters 
Marjorie Phelps 
Margaret Reeder 
Margaret Reid 
Bettv Rhinehart 



Billy Richmond 
Xancy Rogers 
Rcba Rosenbaum 
Ruth Saunders 
Rebecca Settle 
Mary Sewcll 
Alice Sherman 
Jane Sherman 
Shirley Simmons 
Mary Smiley 
Helen Smith 
Jane Smith 
Rosetta Stanley 
Jane Staples 
Lois Stine 
Margaret Stone 
Ruth Sullivan 
Alice Taylor 
Martha Thomas 
Jo \'aughan 
Anna Walkers 
Martha Ann Walton 
Fern Waters 
Irene \\ ells 
Marionette \\ hiiehead 
X'ancy Wilson 
r)oris Wright 
\'irgiiiia Wright 



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Modern Dance Group 

\Miat poise! What 5,M-acu ! What an agile persim! Who? Why, ever\- member 
of the Dance Group. It's a delight to see these girls walk, but when they dance — 
well ! Not only their skilled dance steps but their vibrant personalities invite envy. 

They bowed and straightened, practiced and practiced many, many hours, and 
then their interpretation of and choreography for Peter and the Wolf, given for 
an assembly program, for the grade school children, and at Homecoming, was 
positive proof that these girls are more than amateurs. 

After strenuous tryouts in January, seven \er\- capable girls were selected to 
"trip the light fantastic" with the experienced members. 

As a final performance the dancers, led by our gay and fairy-like ^liss 
Covington, paid tribute to the Queen and her Court on Ala}' Day. 




\'irginia Watson, Hilda Davis. 11a Mac l^ary, Jarnt Kayscr, Mary Fitz Hodgson, .Anne Myers, 
Joyce Hammond, Frances .■\ntrim, .'\gnes Caudill, Maysel Coakley, Lynn Mitchell 



Art Club 



W'c artists on campus went to work eagerly this year. Tr^outs were held 
early. Nine geniuses, tour of wliom were co-eds, were initiated; at last the brush 
was to have a masculine stroke. 

\\'ork has been fun under the capable leadership of Dawn Brewer. We 
painted the portraits of the girls who led the Senior Class, made posters for the 
Stand-Up Straight Campaign, and decorated a downtown window for the Tuber- 
culosis Association. The day we fixed that window we carried duckpins, posters, 
and a skeleton through town. Xo wonder people stared. 

The Art Club decorated the gym for the opening dance. Shells, Hawaiian 
leis, grass skirts, and pineapples — all remind us of the rush, the efforts, and the fun. 
Yes, we artists did more than .sketch in '46- '47: we had a wonderful year and 
a wonderful club. 




Dawn Brewer, Kulli Younis, Gloria Garber, \'irginia Starke, Betty Batts, (,ary Gcodson, 

Joyce Cramer, Richard Sjiangler, Joy Hepner, Donnie MacMahon, Helen Packctt, 

Betty Kliinehart, Bertha Boswell, Betty Matthews, Gloria Flora 



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Stratford 
Dramatic Club 




IRENE MANUEL 



"All the W'lirUl's a Stage and All the Men an<l 

Women Merely Players" 

Session 1946-47 

(A Drama in Three Acts) 

Act I : Fall Quarter 

Scene I: Alumnae Hall with Stratfcrd Cluh 
welcoming our new sponsor with a tea and hav- 
ing lots of fun getting acquainted. 

Scene II : Miss Latimer's apartment, where we had an informal get-togeihc 
to plan the year's work. 

Scene III : Wilson Hall. Bee \ ee Manuel directed "Suppressed Desires" — 
a grand success. For the first time in our history the co-eds added a new touch 
by being the first male members of cast and back-stage crew. The pla\- heralded 
the beginning of a "play-full" year. 

Scene I\' : Wilson Hall — December 6th — again a busy day. Three one-act 
plays made their debut : "A Sunny Morning," "The Wonder Hat," and "The 
Lady Loses Her Hoop." 




A tense moimnt in Siif'/^n'ssi'd l>cstrcx 



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Back: Betty Hoover, \'el\a Shumate, Frances Connock, Glenna Dodson, Gloria .Miller, 

Sarah Powers, Mary Edwards, Miss Latimer 

Front: Dorothy Bowles. Amy Sanders, Helen Packett, Irene Manuel, N'irginia Moody, 

Barbara Stein, Gloria Flora 



Act II : Winter (Juarter 

Scene I : This scene found us busy welcDming nur new members. The 
familiar cry, "Hi, Gcat," echced through Madison's halls for two full days — full 
for both old and new members. The clitnax was a party in Alumnae Hall when 
our new girls wore that proud "I'm-a-Stratford-member" look! 

Act III : Spring Quarter 

Scene I : The sun shines on Stratford Day — April 23rd. Because this was 
also the birthday of the greatest playwright of all. Will Shakespeare, we pre- 
sented in chapel a hilarious parody on the immortal Hamlet. The audience roared ; 
the rafters resounded. Flushed with success, we celebrated at a banquet in Senior 
Dining Hall. ' - ] 

Scene II: The final scene was the presentation of the three-act play, Kind 
Lady. Both cast and crew had worked feverishly to make it the best play of the 
season. This culmination of the year's work was wonderfully received and fully 
deserved all the applause and praise. When the curtain rang down on Kind Lady, 
it also rang down on another Stratford season. 



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A. C. E. 



"All's well that begins well." Our first meeting at Miss Anthony's house 
with the tire blazing in the fireplace, the red apples made for munching, and the 
cider and cookies gave us the urge to work hard. 

At Christmas we played Santa by sending gifts to the children at the orphan- 
age. We also collected toys and clothes and bits of paper and crayons to give 
to under-privileged children. 

The senior members had a chance to observe rural education when they 
went on "jaunts" to country schools. They got firsthand information which they 
will use next September as brand new "Schoolma'ams." 




Back : \\ aughnita Davis, Jane Shaw, Vanny Hammer, Lena Moore, Jean Smith, Gloria 
Miller, Frances Harnest, Mildred Bushong, Marilyn 1 )ea\ ers, Jeanne Meekins, Frances Ray, 
Ellen Rader, Elizabeth Meeks, Helen .Showalter, Mildred Bain, Marie Robertson, Helen 

Smith, Barbara Bowen, Nortna Keyser 
Center : .-Mice Sherman, Frances HoUaday, Jacqueline Rady, Charlotte Oothoudt, Jo 
Johnson, Nan .Astin, Rose Marie Mitchell, Helen Mitchell, Margaret Reid, Betty W'ilkins, 
Front : Nellie Hotinger, Jean Morrison, Evelyn Fosnight, 11a Mae Cary, Elma 13arnell, 

Mary Hyler Sours 



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Madison Business Club 




nUSIXESS CLL'B OFFICERS 
Pully I5ro\vn, Geraldinc Morris, Anna Faircloth, Elizabeth i'eak 



The social season of our club was opened with — of all things — a scavenger 
hunt. This was the unique wa\- we introduced ourselves to the freshmen in the 
business curricula. Judging from our present large enrollment, we certainly made 
a good impression. 

During the \ear, we visited local stores, whose managers showed us every 
courtesy and explained the various phases of merchandising. We learned about 
employment opportunities when Mr. Delo of the United States Employment 
Service spoke to us. The members of our faculty also talked at our meetings, and 

from them we learned much about their experiences and ideals of teaching. 

In the spring, we went social again, and, dressed in jeans antl plaid shirts, we 
had our picnic on back campus with plenty of food, dear to a business girl's 
heart. 



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Clara Barton Club 




CLARA BAKTOX CLUB 

Back : Dorothy Beery. Shirley Sims, Nancy Peed. Joyce Gillespie, Emily Sclimitz, 

Margaret Reuter, Carol Thompson. Margaret Dukes. Mary Hope Harcum, Marj- Southern. 

Joyce Paynter, Jane Harvcl 
Front: Jean Morrison. Marianna Howard. Joyce Pritchett. Ann Shufflebarger, Garland 
Xewton, Doris Rainey, Evelyn liades, Rachel Sutton. Mildred Solari, Geraldine Xeathery 



Members of the Clara Barton Club are potential nurses, doctors, and medical 
technicians. There is much to learn in these professions ; so these diligent girls 
meet twice monthly to learn about their work. 

Thirty-eight new members, initiated on October 30. swelled the club's mem- 
bership. These new g^rls were impressed by the candlelight service held in Alumnae 
Hall. We blew out the candles afterwards and had a pleasant get-acquainted 
party ft)r new and old members. 

Dr. ^Monger, one of our jolly sponsors, spoke to us about the nursing profes- 
sion. Another speaker. Dr. X. M. Canter, came in January to talk about X-Ray 
and related subjects. Our club discussions were always interesting and profitable 
to us. 



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Curie Science Club 



Over cups of chemical cccoa brewed in a huge beaker the ]\Iadame Curies 
of Madison greeted Dr. F^hilHps and Dr. Cool. The occasion was a reception for 
the sponsors of the Curie Science Club, and between mouth fuls of cookies 
flavored with sodium chloride, th.e girls met their new Dr. Cool en a social basis. 

The social scene undergoes changes and assumes a chemical nature. The 
result of the reaction is a regular meeting of the Science Club, where student 
members present discussions of their "special interest" phases of science. Thus, 
the entire group hears with open mind, about the tields of nursing, medicine, 
chemical research .... 

"On with Science" marches the Curie Science Club, Irene Martin at the 
fore and Dr. Philips and Dr. Cool keeping order in the scientific minds. 




Back: Phyllis Reynolds, Mildred Haley, Anna Melialko, Marianna Howard, 

Dorothj- Stroop, Easley Shu ford 

Cenler : Betty Gordon, Carol Thompson, Betty Retterer, Betty Jo .Armstrong, Frances 

Hughes, Jean Castles, Irene Martin 
Front : Dr. Cool, Jeanette White, Dorothy Elliott 



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Frances Sale Club 



"Your posture's showing." That's the reminder every person on campus 
got from the Frances Sale Home Economics Club this fall. "Stand Up Straight" 
reminders were in hallways, dorms, and classrooms, emphasizing the importance 
of good posture. The election of Martha Lee as Posture Queen climaxed the 
campaign. 

The club gave its wholehearted attention to the need\' European people. A 
rehabilitation worker from I'Airope told them the actual conditicjns abroad and 
these hardy "home-eckers" went to work and made clothing to be sent overseas. 

Spring activities centered on table etiquette. Led by our president, Jane 
Morgan, and guided b\' Miss Julia Robertson, we ended our year, better prepared 
to enter the field oi home economics because of membership in the I'rances Sale 
Club. 




Back: .Amy .Sanders, Mary Fae Smith, Jane Staj^lcs, Pegg>- Hcillis. Mary Love, 

Gladys Farmer 
Fourth: Charlotte Davis, Bettie Lou Henshaw. Mamie Barton, \'irginia Britton, 

Mallei Henderson 
Third: Anne Starling, Mary Frances Schuler, Mildred Moore, Anne Bussey, 

Helen Scarliorough 

Second: Katherine Hurst, Mary Virginia Ashliv, lane Lucy, Doris I'llu.ner, Ruliv .\nne 

Horsley, Doris St'ickley, Mary' Wells, Faye Bell 

■Vont : Jean Jessee, Jane Morgan, Joan Hollirook, Dorothy Stroop, Irene Martin, Easley 

Shu ford, Margaret .Matthews, Mildred Ritchie 



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International Relations 

Club 




Back: .Mar\ Lcju Lovelace. Dorothy Engelman. Lucille Flook, Donna Hair, Nancy Foster, 

Marj' Elizabeth Green 
Center: June Alorrison, Ellen Rader, Alice Faulkner, Shirley Fullerton, Jackie Boykin, 

Marie Alason, Rebecca Settle, Mary Alargaret Duncan, Lucille Griibb 

Front: Betty Grim, Maggie Hubbard. Lillia Ashby, Betty Sue Altman, Air. Wliite, Barbara 

Stein, Dr. Frederikson, Mary Lee Moyer, Lucille Kavanaugh. Betty Hoover, Lynn Black 

Every other Thursday the International Relations Club can probabh- be found 
gathered together somewhere in Reed Hall. Perhaps the evening program is a 
debate, a forum, or a lecture by some member of the club. We also have reports 
on current books of world-wide interest. 

We discuss programs of races and creeds with an aim at presenting both 
sides to every question so that a thorough understanding of the problem is reached. 

Such current situations as "What to do with Atomic Energy?" cotiie up for 
debate, and sometimes we even reach an agreement! Of course, we doti't have 
as many varied delegates as the U. N. assembly but we like to think of ourselves as 
just such an organization, only on a small scale. liarbara Stein has been a good 
leader, who with the assistance of Dr. Frederikson, our sponsor, has deepened our 
interest in world probleins. 



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Alpha Rho Delta 




Back : Mary Hope Harcum, Margaret Hynl, Carter Harrison. Annette Simi]Son, Gloria Flora, 

Walter Eye 
Front: Frances Napier, Frances Bethel, Mary Southern, Inell Harrington, Krma I.vnch, 

Dr. Sawhill. Kov Butler 



Alpha Rho Delta, the classical club f(jr Latin students, initiated into its league 
a number of new members at the beginning of fall quarter. 

At the monthly meetings of the club, Dr. and Mrs. Sawhill, the sponsors, 
showed slides of Italy. These slides made the members better acquainted with 
the cultural heritage given to us by the old romantic civilizations. At other 
meetings we listened to opera records. 

Not all of our work was on the serious side, hov^'ever. In February we had 
a Valentine party and in the spring a wonderful trip to camp. 

Thanks go to I<'rances Napier, our president, and to Dr. and Mrs. Sawhill, for 
a successful year in Alpha Kho Delta. 



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Le Cercle Francais 

Parlez-vous francais? (Jui ? Tres bien ! Then you must belong to Le Cercle 
Francais. We really do have a good time together in the French club. At our 
meetings we discuss ( en 'francais. naturellement ) those things which concern not 
onI_\- the French language, but also the literature, customs, and activities of the 
French people. It is our common belief that through a closer study of these things 
the student of French is able to gain a better knowledge and appreciation of the 
language. We have chosen Jeanne d'Arc as our patron saint and the tleur-de-lis 
as our dower. 

During the first quarter we presented a Christmas program which was, ex- 
cept for a short talk, carried out in French. Third quarter we gave a one-act 
play, entitled "L'Anglais Tel qu'on le Parle." 

We have enjoyed Le Cercle Francais this _\ear under the very able leadership 
of Dr. Woefel and our president, Glenda Allen- It seems that the more we learn 
about French, the more we like it, n'est-ce pas? 




Back : Carrie Lee Moore, Loretta Ainlerson, Glenda Allen, Betty Fergustjn, Charlotte Boice, 
AUene Mann, Jean Collins, \'elva Shumate, Betty Kiggins, Leslie Hall, .U)ycc Cramer, 

Mildred Solari, Dr.' Woefel 

Front: Marjorie Pole, Doris Rainey, Lorraine Dorrington, Eugenia West, June Eaton, 

Phyllis Kemjifer, Donnie MacMahon, Peggy Thacker 



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El Club Espanol 



One particular Friday night of each month Senior Hall lounge rings with 
Spanish laughter, coming from the members of El Club Espanol, for this night is 
their time for food and fun. 

After the rounds of club business, Spanish conversations, student reports, 
and Spanish songs and records, Dr. Martinez produces all manner of "specialties" 
from the Spanish sombrero. The revelation of "Senor Doc's" talejits has ranged, 
during the }'ear, from a dreamful tra\elog'ue on Brazil and personal recollections 
of the life and peoples of Spain to a demonstration of how the rhumba reallv 
should be done. "Thanks a lot. Dr. Martinez," says your Club Espanol . 




Back: Margan.1 Holland, Jane I'incus, Sarah Seay, Betty Cubliler 
•"ruiit : Mary Hunter Drevvery, Glenna Dodson, Dawn Brewer, Selma Duke Massie, 

Margaret Soukup 



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Dolly Madison Garden 

Club 




GARDEN' CLUB OFFICERS 
Helen Showaltcr, Ellen Ratler. Marie Mason. Easley Shufurd, Margaret Matlliews, 

Mary Hyler Sours 



In the rhyme, "i\Iarch winds and April showers always help to bring May 
flowers," the poet forgot to credit the laboring gardener. March winds and April 
showers help, but close attention and care must be given to growing things. We 
Dolly Madison gardeners took that responsibility. 

There was also an added job this year. Dr. Duke suggested that we use the 
land at the north side of the library as a garden plot. Any gardener would have 
been thrilled with this new garden site ! It did call for extra digging, though. We 
used lazy back muscles in the moniing and the rubbing alcohol at night ! 

When the work was too hard. Dr. Showalter came to our assistance. With- 
out his expert advice and manual labor our club could not have continued to work. 

In Mav we snipped our flowers. Their beauty brightened the dining room 
tables and gladdened the hearts of sick students in the infirmary. 



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Granddaughters' Club 




Back: I'eggy Shumo, Celia Mitchell, Jane Mohler, Alice Engleman. Marietta Armstrung, 
Hetty jo Arnl^trong. Jo Scott Howell, Barbara Banish, Charlotte Boice, Dorothy Engleman, 
Anna Claire Bowman, \"anny Hammer, Martha Ramsey, Mary Keller, Dorothy Farthing, 
Dreama Bowen, Betty Ann Wilson, Elizabeth Bemliow, Ellen kader 
Center: Julia Smith, Betty Hoover, Ruth Younis, Betty Mathews 
Front : Jean Clark, Faye Bell, Ann Stout, Marianna Clarke, Nirginia Lee Miller, Jean 

Fultz, Jane Juanell Mottern 

tiranddaughters' Club represents the offsprings of loval Madisonites of 
years gone by. Its aim is to promote strong Madison ties of one generation witli 
another. 

During the fall quarter at our candlelight service we initiated twenty new 
members. Afterwards we enjoyed discussing the years our mothers had been 
at Madison and finding out that some of them had been classmates. 

Our main project of the year was being hostesses to the alumnae returning to 
Madison for the first Homecoming since 1942. Registering and acting as errand 
girls for our mothers and friends and preparing for the Homecoming dance 
were some of our duties. 

We wish to express our thanks to our president, Betty Hoover, for leading 
the club through a successful year and also to Mrs. Dorothy Garber and Mrs. 
Althea Johnston for their guidance as our sponsors. 



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Sesame Club 



Sesame members have gotten together for some memorable times. We had 
not just one party this year but several. We had a special feature ; something new 
had been added — men students. We initiated them into our club in January. 

Party-ing \\a.-;n't the only thing we did. We showed our strength when the 
day students" basketball team competed with the other organized teams on campus 
and developed a deeper part of ourselves by planning a Friday chapel program in 
March. 

We mustn't complete this memoir without mentioning nil the sessions, 
serious and otherwise, that we had daily, six days a week, at our favorite place — 
the day students' room. There we caught the spirit of working and planning 
together, the real spirit of our college. 




Back: Tt>m Gamer. D. J. Driver. Jean Joseph. Isabelle Dovel. Phyllis McKenny. Helen 
Painter, Lucille Jackson, Doris Jean Rhodes. Man,- Sue Landis, .Anne Sibert, Clara Miller, 

Catherine Dove. Jean Long 
Third: Larry Hatch. J. B. Figgatt. Joe Phillips. Dick Thompson. Beryl Snellings, Baylor 

Xichols. Ronald Burton, Walter Eye, Pete Corbin. Raymond Showalter, Rosalie Kline 
Second : Mary Frances Kiser, Tom Driver, Betty Jean Smith, Jane Welsh, Mr. Shorts. 

Madeline Heatwole, Dr. Smith, Betty Ann Moubray, Jean Morris, Doris Pearl 

Front : Ann Hoover, Melvin Kougler, Mary Margaret Purcell, Jack Xewman. Lew Ann 

Echard, Walter Sellers, Marjorie Birchard, Lois Earlj-, Helen Layman 



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L'luk-r the leadership of Jane Hartman, a hanl- 
working and earnest Athletic Ass(xiation made a 
bright start. At our tirst meeting, we welcomed 
Dr. Kodgers as our new adviser. 

Things began to buzz right from the beginning 
when we had the A. A. Tea on October 10 in 
honor of Dr. Rodgers and Dr. Monger. Many of 
our active freshmen attended, and we were proud 
to see the "drove" of men students who made 
this their first social appearance on campus. 
And a good s!iowing the\- made, too! JANE HAkT.M.AX 

Sports came into full swing as our year progressed with the loyal help ot 
^liss Reid, our newly-elected sponsor. 

With stiff competition from all sides the hockey team [iloughed in with \im, 
vigor, and vitality galore and came cut none the worse for wear. It was a hard- 
playing and ever-faithful hockey team that carried forth the traditional Madison 
spirit. 





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COUNCIL 

Jane \\ ilson, Gracie Lee N'anDvck. Barbara Pamplin. Cora Mapp. Lucille Ka\ anaugh, Cora 

Jean White. Doris Wright. Evelyn Michie. Jeanettc Pickrel, Jane Hartman. Annalee Messick. 

LjTin Mitchell, Dot Dickenson. Jane McMurran, X'irginia Watson. Ernie Gillespie. Bee Vee 

Manuel. Margaret Kash. Sliirley Williams 



With tennis, archery, and swimming in full force one saw tennis rackets, 
bows and arrows, and dripping swim suit.s being transported across campus. 

Basketball intramurals were vigorous and snappy, giving everyone a chance 
at the sport of tossing the goals. 

Our varsity team with their usual good tactics showed us some excellent 
playing and good sportsmanship. ^Lmy of our sports fans also took up the lively 
game of badminton, whereby the lowly rackets, net, and shuttlecock got their 
workout. 

The first breath ni spring brought tiie renewal of archery and tennis as well 
as the grand opening for Madison's "mighty sluggers" in their Softball games. 
Spirit was high, and the girls slid in with power and force in the intramurals. 

With A. A. leading the way, Madison completed another successful year of 
vigorous and healthful entertainment through sports. 



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Metcury Club 




Back: Kathleen Savage. Bob Monahan. Mary Stuart Moffctt, Shirley Williams, Dot 
1 )ickenson, Betsy Johnson, Gladys Kemp, Jane Grant, \'ivian Connelly, Lynda Yeatts, Jane 

Hartman, Cora Majip, Jeanette Pickrel 

'iVntcr: Jean Cameron, Jackie Kayser, Jo Hodgson, Marionette Wliitehcad, Claudine \\'ea\cr, 

l)oris White, Clarice Reeves, Jean Shelley, Eugenia Savage, Evelyn I lickson, Betty Gray Scott 

Front: Anne Bell, Helen Rorrer, Lou Goettling, Mary Ellen N'cthers, (iracic Lee X'anDyck. 

Jane McMurran, llarliara I'urr, I'^rances Garfinkle, Marie I'arrotia 



The onl\- requirement for a Mercury Club member is that she be a physical 
education major or minor. More and more girls are attracted to this field, and this 
year we are very proud of our large enrollment. The roll contains more names 
tlian it has in any previous year. 

The club offers its memliers op|)(jrtunit\' for more varied i>artici|)ati()n in 
sports. Just because we are physical education majors does not mean tiiat we 
know all the rules of each sport, and so we study the rules. We also study and 
practice refereeing while we still have constructive criticism available. 



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Back: Jane Nfohler. Nonra Gay, Kitt\' Blackmore, Boliliy Ivdlierts, Bernicc Pope, Jo 

HamiiKind, Ann Scliullz, Deris Pearl, Phyllis Burns 
Center: Gene\ievc Smith, Natalie Bowman, Fern Waters, Lois F.arly, Barhara Banish, Hilda 

Lewis, Katherinc Gravers, Louise Miller 
Front : Elizabeth Deuell, Betty F.verheart, Betty Bemhow, Frances Christie, Shirley Pickrel, 

Geraldine Huff 



All the members are not a part of a varsit)- team, but tiie}' enjo\- playing cotn- 
petitive sports within the club. 

The club divided into its traditional Purple and Gold teams for each sport. 
Each giiJ played hard and earnestly to make her team the winner. There's 
never a harder game pla_\e<l than one against your suite-mate or room-mate. 

We relaxed at the picnic given in honor of Miss Rodgers, new head of the 
physical education department. It was back cainpus, the scene of many a coke 
and hot-dog feast. Fun and good fellowship are always present when Mercury 
members get together. 

We want to thank Miss Marbut, our newly-elected sponsor, who has always 
supported us so strongly in all our work and play. 



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Who takes it from here 



Hockey 





The Starting Line-Up 
ane Graiil, Jane Hartmaii, Marianna Hnward, Evelyn Dickson, I lot Dickenson, Lynn Mitchell 
Lou Goettling. Margaret Kash. Jeanelte Pickrel, Gracie Lee \'anD>ck 



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Our season opened this year with practices for everyone who wanted to play 
hockey. After a little while it was necessary to divide the group into three teams, 
each team having practice twice a week. With the faithful leadership and as- 
sistance of Miss Marbut the girls worked up the teams and played some very good 
intra-mural games. In the Purple vs. Gold game between the two Mercury Club 
teams, the Gold triumphed over Purple with 3 to 1 odds. Then the Odds, Sopho- 
mores and Seniors, played the Evens. Freshmen and Juniors, a rollicking good 
game in which the Odds chased in a 3 to 1 victorv. 

The varsity team went all out tu meet Sweetbriar October 2S and West- 
hampton Xovembt-r 2. Then our girls went to the Mrginia State Hockey tourna- 
ment at Sweetbriar, where they played the Richmond Club and Randolph Alacon 
Odds. Madison had the honor of having Jane Hartman play with the \irginia 
Reserves in the Southeastern Tournament in Washington, D. C. jane upheld our 
highest hopes in an excellent showing in our .State's victory. 

The hockey season officially closed on our campus with the banquet given 
November 21 by the team in honor of Miss Marbut, our loyal coach. She read 
the girls her "Jingles," a review in verse of the events of the year. The banquet 
and the season ended with the presentation of varsity hockey emblems to thirteen 
of our faithful Madisonians. 





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Back ; Doris Wright, Lynda Yeatts, Barbara Jamison, Jane Grant, Jo Hammond, Evelyn 

Dickson, Dorothy Elliott. Gladys Kemp, Marianna Howard 
Center: Marj' .-Mice Joyner, Lynn Mitchell, Alma Roberts, Barbara Pamplin, Mary Ellen 

Xtthers, .Ann Schultz, Jane Hartman, Ernestine Gillespie, Margaret Kash 

Front : Henrietta Lanier, Frances Garfinkle, Barbara Furr, I tot Dickenson, Lou Goettling, 

Jeanette Pickrel, Gracie Lee \'anDyck 



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Tennis Club 



Twenty-three students signed for the annual fall open tournament which 
brings to a climax our fall tennis. It was apparent from the first that the upper- 
classmen would get keen competition from the freshmen. 

The two semi-finals winners were both freshmen who had worked steadily 




Back; Jane Hartman, Mary Colien, Boh Monahan, Kathleen Savage, Cora Jean White, 

Jane Grant, Dot Dickenson 

Center: Angeline Mattliew.-;, Betty Lou Brooks, Jean Shelley. Lou Goettling, Lynn Mitcliell 

Front : Dot Lewis, Cora Mapp, Chris Coates, Henrietta Lanier 



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Henrietta Lanier — 

Winner of the tennis tournament 



to the top, upsetting tennis players of good standing by their spirit and endurance. 

The final match between Henrietta Lanier and Dot Lewis on November 4 
was an event that needed little publicity. Many students were present Friday 
afternoon and when darkness made it impossible to complete the match that 
afternoon, an even larger crowd returned to see the final outcome on Monday. 

Henrietta Lanier, I'etersburg, Virginia, won two sets, 8-6 and 9-7, eliminat- 
ing the necessity of playing a third set and carr\-ing off the championship for 
this year. 

Spring brought with it a redoubled interest in tennis, and on the courts 
energetic bodies steamed while here and there on the hillside less energetic bodies 
sweltered in the process of acquiring sun tans. Upper and lower courts were filled 
in the afternoons until the halls blended into the twilight and delightfull\' weary 
players called it a day. 



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Girls' Basketball 



Changes made in the program of basketball this year brought out more 
girls to join in the fun. Each dormitory had a team, and after a few practices 
each challenged another dormitory. 

The class teams were selected from the outstanding players on each dormitory 
team and an intramural elimination tournament was played. Who could stand 
up staunchly under such force as the sophomores put up? No one, not even 
the seniors. 

There were many new players trying out for varsity, enabling us to have a 
junior varsity team, also. \\ ith the usual sportsmanship and good tactics, our 
girls came out on top, upholding Madison's tradition. 



SCORES 



Freshmen 22 

Sophomores 26 

Sophomores 55 



Madison 30 

Madison 27 

Madison 5S 



Seniors 47 

Juniors 21 

Seniors 26 



Westhampton 27 

Shenandoah 20 

Roanoke 13 




Back: Anna Llairc Ijuwnian, Jane Orant, Ida Hart ChappcU, Bertha Bosvvell 

Center: Mary Ellen Neathery, (.'ecil Kelly, Lou Goettling, Annalee Messick 

Front: Jeanette Pickrel, Jean Slielley, Jane Hartman, Hilcl;i r)a\i-;. (iracie Lee X'anDyck 



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Boys' Basketball 



Strong, handsome, and intelligent young men ! What an exciting and inter- 
esting fact(jr they provide! Wherever they are, yun will be sure to tind women 
and athletics. That is human nature, and applies to Madison, too. At Madison, 
our boys formed the first men's athletic team in the history of the college and 
appropriately called themselves the "Madison Dukes.' Xow that these boys, with 
the help of Coach Warren, have started the ball rolling, we'll really go places. 



SCORES 



Madison Dukes 31 

Madison Dukes 25 

Madison Dukes 54 

Madison Dukes 33 

Madison Dukes 31 

Madison Dukes 34 

Madison Dukes 55 



]\lary Washington P.oys 

Alary Washington Boys 

Shenandoah Boys 

Washington & Lee Freshmen. 

Bridgewater Freshmen 

Bridgewater Freshmen 

Shenandoah Bovs 



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33 
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Back: Dax id Turner, Walter Eye, Tom Driver, Raymond Showalter, Bill Wolfe, 

Beryl Snelling.-; 

Center: R. T. Bruce, Dick Spanglcr, .Alvin Carter. Dale Sumption. Ronald Burton 

Front: Tom Garner, Bill Xash, J. B. Figgatt, Pete Corljin, D. J. Driver 



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Porpoise Club 

Wednesday night is Poi-poise night, the night when King Xeptune's faithfuls 
practice swimming, diving, and splashing. 

Lynn Mitchell led our practices for the traditional water pageant. To be in 
tip-top shape for the performance of the "Big Top" we met daily instead of 
weekly. We were well rewarded for our efforts by the applause the spectators gave 
on opening night. The circus had come to town, peanuts and popc(jrn and lolli- 
pops ! Remember those clowns ? 

Next year we have big hopes of giving the mermaids even greater competition. 



.our mermaid leader 




.ynn Mitchell, Mary DonLeavy. Margaret Renter, Rammia Fawley. Kmily I'ierco, Lucille 
Ka\anaugh, Jane McMurran. Wanda Lewler 



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Archery Club 




Genevieve Baker. Alice Engleman, Dot Dickenson, 
Jean Shelly, June Morrison. Betty Gray Scott 



Dot 



Bright and early this year huge targets were set up on the range behind Junior 
Hall. It so happened that these targets, especially the bull's eyes, really weren't so 
huge when it came to hitting them with "heap small arrow." 

However, under the leadership of our capable prexy, Dot Dickenson, our 
Archery Club started early in the fall with two weeks of archery classes instructed 
by the old members. 

Then came the great week of tryouts. Each girl who wished to prove her 
skill to the club chose one of the old members to go w ith her to the range to check 
her scoring. That eighty points with twenty-four arrows isn't as easy as it may 
seem to innocent bystanders ! However, live of our mighty archers came out on 
top. 

I know you saw those "goats" with feathered cap and multicolored target 
running around campus November II and 12. I didn't know what they were, 
either, the first time I saw them, but, at any rate, they came through as good sports 
will and are now full-fledged members of our Archery Gub. 



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Minor Sports 

With the beginning of fall we packed our trunks to come to Madison, and in 
so doing we were careful to see that bathing suits, tennis rackets and shoes, gvm 
suits, and other such indispensible articles were not forgotten. 

]t was not long after we reached the campus that many of these costumes and 
implements of pleasure came "out from under." In the brisk fall days we could 
often hear the call of "fore" as our golfers practiced their drives or the "zing" of 
an arrow as one of Robin Hood's followers singled out the bull s eye for her mark. 

The tennis tournament brought mam- fans to the courts to see the girls pla\- 
out the matches for the Madison Championship of '46. 

Meanwhile, if we "ducked" inside for a look, we heard the plunge and stepped 
back to avoid the splash as one of our mermaids dived into the mirky waters of the 
deep — (the pool in Reed !) Then she emerged dripping and beaming as she rushed 
for one last dip before the bell rang for her to go back to the dorm for the night. 
Throughout the year the pool was always open and offered many hours of pleasure 
for us. 

Badminton, too, was a source of entertainment for sports fans on campus. 
Through the leadership of Bee \'ee Manuel, we made our winter gayer by the use 
of rackets, nets, and shuttlecoc^ks. 

Late winter days and those of early spring brought volleyball and softball and 
the return of archery and tennis. With a rollicking season of basketball now in 
the "basket" we turned our attentions to the more current volleyball and softball. 
When loyal direction and bubbling spirit combined, intramurals went forth in 
grand splendor to complete another successful year of Madison sports. 




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Gleeful Bee \'ee Manuel 




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with students acquiring 

knowledge, money, and jobs. 



She has two, and there is but 
a fraction left for the rest of us. 



"Shorty" with his blue bus 

carries us to and from tnwn 

when nur legs just won't take 

us. 



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Tlie library at night sees the 

preparations of jesterday's and 

tomorrow's lessons. 





Witli Monday chapel there be- 
gins another week of meetings, 
classes, studying, and waiting for 
Saturday. 



When classes change, motor 

traffic must give wa}' to more 

important traffic. 



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There is drama in the chemistry 
lab when the crystals beoin to 



Practice and mure practice 
precedes the emergence of the 
cliamiiion tennis player 



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Some people stay after class be- 
cause they like the subject or, 
maybe, the teacher. 




Du _\ou long to learn to swim .'' 



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Radar, electronics, atomic dis- 
intergration — PHYSICS ! 



Mrs. Ganiett re-enforces her 

patience again and again as she. 

linds "that i)hie book with tlie 

red lettering by 

what's-his-name." 

Do you like to receive money.'' 
The business office will gladly 
give you the mcjney you give 

them to bank for you. 

P. S. Don't forget your "little 

yellow book." 




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Bottles upon bottles of chemicals, 

and any two mixed together 

might blow Maury off the 

campus. 





The second mail is up, but there 

is still the chance of getting that 

letter on the last mail. 



There is just time to read that 

letter, eat that ice cream C(jne, 

and write that card before the 

ne.xt class. 



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I'l-fcision makes for perfection 
in sewing. 



Everj-one's attention is 

absorbed by the food. ( These 

men are only seventeen among 

lnin(h-eds of girls but you 

should see them eat!) 



That mid-morning cup of coffee 

and that afternoon sundae in the 

tea room give us that "extra 

life." 




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That mad rush by the girls for 

the dining room while the boys 

stand calmly b\'. 



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EMILY LEITNER 

One might well ask whether 
"Em" lives in a dormitory or 
in the Breeze room. Further- 
more, she might be found play- 
ing our Alma Mater in assembly 
or scurrying through the stacks 
in the library. Our "Em" rep- 
resents the versatility of life at 
Madison. 



Bubbling with enthusiasm and 
energy for her role, Ginny stars 
in the cast of YWCA on campus. 
She even provides the lighting 
effects of a contagious smile and 
the sound effects of a liappy 
"Hi, there!" 




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HILDA D.WIS 



Disunity, poise, sincerity, and 
a winning face — these things are 
to be desired in a Student Gov- 
ernment president, and these 
things are found in Hilda. 




CLAIRF, BENNETT 

Claire is the girl about cam- 
pus who performs wonders. 
With dimples in her cheeks and 
a smile on her face, Claire has 
been the mainspring of The 
Schoolxia'am. 



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REBECCA CHAPPELL 



\\ hen the magazine Fasc'uia- 
tioii starts looking for living 
publicity, P>ecca will surely bt' 
recommended. The quality of 
fascination must have been 
Becca's birth offering from the 




MARTHA LEE 

If there is a secret password 
to honors at Madison, it must 
be Martha Lee. For she has won 
the titles of Miss Madison, 
Madonna, and Posture Queen. 



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JANE HARTMAX 



Jane is our "sports girl of the 
year" Whether on the hocl<e\' 
tield or on the basketball court, 
she always makes the goal. With 
an A plus personality she passes 
the test as president of AA. 




RUTH DAMS 

Tall and blonde with sparkling 
blue eves — it sounds like a 
(Irrani. Kuth was the dream 
come true when she led the 
figure at the Cotillion dance, her- 
self a lovely figure to make 
Cotillion proud. 



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BEE VEE MANUEL 



BARBARA WENSEL 

Barbara has prfiveii the value 
of ovir Honor System, and the 
members of the student body 
have been faitliful followers. Her 
integrity, her sound moral char- 
acter, and her high scholastic 
standing make Barbara a per- 
son worthy of a following. 



Bee Vee is vim, vigor, and 
vitalit}' personified. This spring 
of energy is Stratford Dramatic 
Club's elixir of life. In fact, Bee 
Vee overflows with all-round 
school spirit. 




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MARY LOUISE 

TirxTixriTON 



WIto is llu- ina.ynL't lliat s 
drawinsj tine students together.-' 
\\'h\-. it's Mary Loiuse Hunting- 
toii. new Student Government 
president. Her smile and her 
voice make "Myrt" a natural 
magnet, and her body of student 
folic iwers love her tor it! 




MARY LKE MOYER 

"A rose by any other name is 
just as sweet." Even the bloom 
of the rose is not as sweet as 
Mary Lee's lovely face and man- 
ner- She docs attract people as 
tlowers attract bees. 



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EUGKXIA S.WAGE 







MARIAXXA HOWARD 

"Genius is one per cent in- 
spiration and ninty-nine per cent 
perspiration" — Edison said it: 
Marianna proves it. I'ursuing 
the interests of the sophomore 
class. Marianna goes at it with 
a jolly smile. 



Gene needs no "rings on her 
fingers and bells on her toes," 
for her smile makes music for 
her wherever she goes. Gene's 
world does seem to be a song 
with a friendly note for every- 
body. 




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PEGGY SHOI\(0 



Leading freshmen tlirougli 
tlieir year of trial-and-error is 
no mean task. In this job, 
Peggy's long list of high school 
achieyements has not played her 
false, for she has managed the 
reins of the freshman class with 
a knowing hand. 




PARKER 



"All of you-all be sure to come 
to YW Freshman Commission 
tonight." It must be Jean Parker 
making that announcement. Who 
else carries a Southern accent 
and a Southern smile as well .'' 



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MADONNA 

MARTHA LEE 



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MISS MADISON 

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Who's Who 




Back; June Sterling, Shirley Williams. Laura \"irginia Follz. lane Harlman, Carcilyn 

Wood field, Claire Bennett 

Center: Emih' Lei ner, Margaret Ritchie, Marguerite CotTman. Alice Agnor 

Front: Bettv In Stretchherrv, Hilda Da\is, Marv lane Fulton, leanette Pickrel 



Early in the fall, tifteeii seniors becatnc quiu- excited atid thrilled. The_\' had 
been notified of their nomination, by a special campus committee, for representa- 
tion in IVIio's IVhu Anioiui Students in American Colleges and Unk'ersilies. 

The purposes of this organization are to gi\e recognition to those students 
who have rendered outstanding service to their colleges or universities, and to 
"establish a reference volume of authorative information on the great body of 
.America's leading college students." 

These girls certainly deserve this honor, and we are proud of them. 

Next year, look up a copy of the publication IVho's IVho Among Students 
in .hnerican Colleges and ihiii^ersities and tunl the biographies of our seniors. 



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MAY QUEEN 



RUTH DAVIS 



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MAY QUEEN AND THE 

MAID OF HONOR, 

MARTHA LEE 



THE MAY COURT 

Back: Nancy Bristow. Ruth Barnes, 
Lois Wiley. Mary Jane Fulton, Toy 
Corlcan, Madeline Heatwole, Jane 

Hartman. Rebecca Chappell 

Front : Hilda Davis. Rosetta Stanley, 

Nina Stiller, Ayleen Kelly 





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MALKV SCIENCE HALL 



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Student Directory 

AWll, Joyce Sinclair Kt. 3. Charlottesville, \"a. 

Adams. Hilda Agnes 2818 Edgewuod Avenue, Richmond, \a 

Agnor, Alice Elizabeth 519 Tavlur Avenue, l.exint;ton, \a 

Alhera, Eugenia Margherita 315 Monastery I'lace, Union Citv, X I 

Alberts, Mary Shcppard 14() Brewer, Avenue, Suffolk, \'a. 

Albrittain, Mary Louise Bel Alton, Md 

Alexander, Barbara Anne 1 Kemper Court, Sandston, Va! 

Alum, Mrs Patricia Anderson 156 Cherokee Road, Hampton, Va. 

Allen, Mrs. Charlotte Perry (>40 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, \"a. 

Allen, (ilenda Rae 129 E. Monmouth Street. W inchester. Va. 

M\cn. Margaret Frances Glen \llen Va 

Alley. Gloria Mildred Box 353. C.rundv, Va. 

.\llman. Betty .Sue 303 Brown Avenue, Hopewell, Va. 

.Anderson, Elizabeth Carr 208 \V. Boxcawen Street, Winchester, Va. 

.\nderson, M rs. Jean Keck 230 letierson .\ venue. 1 )anville, Va. 

Andersen, June Elaine .15 bverUK)k Road, Xeedham, Mass. 

Anderson Loretta May Rt. 1, Box 1-G, \'ienna. \a. 

.Anderson. Ruth Jennef.e 127 O'Canoe Place. Hampton. \'a. 

Andrews. Bertha May 321 X. Oakland Street. Arlington. \"a. 

.Andrews. Eleanor Louise 789 Fayette Strret, Cumberland, Md. 

-Andrews, Mary Allcne Mt. Landing, \'a. 

Andrews. Mildred Jane Phenix, Va. 

-Ankers. .Austin Blanche Sterling, Va. 

Antrim. Frances Imtgene Groometown Road, Greensboro, X. C. 

.Argenbright, Mrs. Opal Jenny Ill Chun;h Street. Staunton. Va. 

.Armstrong. Betty Jo Rt. 1. Mt. Crawford. \'a. 

■Armstrong. Helen Virginia ( Nurse) Penn Laird. \'a. 

.Armstrong. Marietta Rt. 1. Mt. Crawford. Va. 

Arrants. Iris Xancy 200 \\ estmoreland Road, Falls (_ hurch, Va. 

Arthur, Gyneth Cleo Hurt, Va. 

-Ashbrook. Patsy Ruth 611 Forest Avenue, Martinsville, Va. 

Ashby. Lillia Craig 130 james River I )rive. Newport News, Va. 

.Ashbv, Mary \'irginia 420 W. Main Street, Covington, Va. 

.Astin, Nannie Mae ■ Jeffs, Va. 

.August. Delores Catherine 804 N. Kenmore Street, Arliiigton, Va. 

.Auman, Eleanor Jane Dresap Drive. Rt. 6. Cumberland, Md. 

.Ayers, Phoebe Kathleen Ararat, Va. 

Bailev, Ellen Olivia Rt. 1, Bristc I, Va. 

Bailey, W ilma Blanche 5C32 Belt Roa 1, N. W ., Washingtop. I). C. 

Bain. Evelyn Gay Rt. 2, I )inwi'ldie. Va 

Baker, Ellen lienevieve Rt. 2, Box 33, Woodford, Va. 

Baker, Ju'ia I'aulire Mayo, Md. 

B-'ker. Mary Lsabell ( Nurse) Rt. 1, Strasburg, \'a. 

Balderson. Flora W'aldemar Montross. Va. 

Ballard. Nancy Lee 875 .Ashland .Avenue. Bedford. Va. 

Banish, Barliara Webb 1032 Redgate .Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Barnes, Hazel Ruthe Bassett, Va. 

Barnes, Lady .Adelle Stony Creek, Va. 

Barnes, X'irginia Carole Bassett, Va. 

Barton, Betty Lou Rt. l-.A. Winchester, Va. 

Barton, Mamie Frances Hardy. Va. 

Bates. Marian Helms .^00 Glcnloch Road. Ridley Park. Pa. 

Baas, Betty Lou 41-A Elizabeth Road. Hampton. \'a. 

Bauserman. Mr. W illiam Angus Toms Brook. Va. 

Ba\', Marv Street 54 Hopkins Street, Hilton \'illage, Va. 

Beaman, Jessie Elmcre 2430 Grandy .Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Beatty, Barbara Ann Rt. l-.A, Winchester, Va. 

Beaver, Ttorothy Frances Mt. Jackson, \'a. 

Beaver. Rubye Ellen Rt. 2, .Strasburg, Va. 

Beck. Glenicc Ramona Rt. 1. Box 31, Richmoii'', Va. 

Beery. l)or)tha \'irginia Penn Laird. Va. 

Hell. -Anne Gladstone Marionville. Va 

Bell. Gloria Faye 112 Kingsboro Street, Suffolk. W. 

Bel'. \'irginia Goshen. \'a. 

Bellenot. .Anne Elise 222 Rnsencath Road. Richmond, Va. 

Bembow. Elizabeth Peabody 1715 Preston Road, Alexandria. Va. 

Bennett. Fannie Claire Rt. 2. Ringgold. Va. 

Bennett. Rebecca Tabb 117 35th Street. Newport News, Va. 



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Bentz, Betty Jane 331 E. Washington Street, Petersburg, \'a 

Berger, Lucille Price Gretna, \'a. 

Berryman, Marguerite Bruwn Kt. 8, Box 480, Richmond, \'a. 

Bethel, Dorothy Jane Massies Mill, Va. 

Bethel, Frances C lark Massies Mill, Va. 

Beville, Frances A\ eril 1 JeW'itt, Va. 

Birchard, Marjorie Lee Oil \irginia Avenue, Harrisonburg,' Va. 

Bishoji, Helen Anne Rt. 1, McKennev, \a. 

Bitlle, Catherine Elizabeth Nokesville, \'a. 

Black, Lynn Calmes Rt. 1, Bo.\ 215, Alexandria^ Va. 

Black, Mary Elizabeth Rt. 1, Lexington, \'a. 

Blair, Irene Frances Wellville, \'a. 

Blakemore, Kittie Jean 518 East ijuarrv Street, Manassas, \'a. 

Bland, Dorothy Ann Shanghai, \'a. 

Bland, Alary Loucille (Nurse) lk)x 183, Rt. 4, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Blincoe, Mary Burnley Burnley .-X venue, Charlottesville, Va. 

Board, Betsy Brown Lynch Station, Va. 

Boice, Charlotte .vlathevvs 15 River\ iew Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

Bolick, Violett Anne Rt. 2, Charlottesville, Va. 

Bonney, Peggy Anne 2325 Keller, Avenue, Norfolk, \"a. 

Boone, Mary Ann 1126 College Street, Rocky Mount, Va. 

Borkey, Mildred Lindsay Bowling Green, Va. 

Bostic, Zelma Sue Castlewood, \'a. 

Boswell, Bertha Mae Hundred Road, Chester, \'a. 

Bowdel, Rose Lee 714 Xorthcumberland .\ venue, Roanoke, \'a. 

Bovven, Annie MvClain Warsaw, \"a. 

Bowen, Barbara Allen Rt. 2, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Bowen, Dreama Ederle Box 5, Covington, Va. 

Bowen, Easterbelle Rt. 2, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Bowen, Jessie Love Rt. 3, Box 15, Emporia, \'a. 

Bowles, Dorothy Nell 2012 .\tlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Bowman, Anna Claire Timberville, \'a. 

Bowman, Anna LaMar ,. Timberville, Va. 

Bow-man, A. Woodson Box i3S, Franklin, W. Va. 

Bowman, Betty Lou Rt. 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bowman, Caroline Jay High Street, Edinburg, \'a. 

Bowman, Alarjorie Joan High Street, Edinburg, \'a. 

Bowman, Natalie Louise 43(1 Quackenbos Street, Washington, D. C. 

Bowyer, Audrey Deane 856 College Street, Bedford, \'a. 

Boyd, Addie Belle Hundley Road, Bassett, Va. 

Boyd, Mary Jim Marion, \'a. 

Boyer, ,\lr. John Carroll, Jr West Court Street, Woodstock, \'a, 

Boykin, Jacqueline Madeline 6220 Powhatan Avenue, Norfolk, \'a. 

Brackett', Lois Jane 313 W. 2Sth Street, Norfolk, \'a. 

Bradley, Mary Jane 3123 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, \'a. 

Bradley, Nancy Lee 3212 Woodrow .\venue, Richmond, Va. 

Branan, Betty Hunter Lexington, Ga. 

Branch, Emily Lucille Back Bay, Va. 

Branch, Virginia Lee Back Bay, Va. 

Brandt, Lois Carolyn 3812 Bedford .Avenue, Wilmont, Raleigh, N. C. 

Branson Dorothy Sue 429 West Main Street, Abingdon, Va. 

Brash, Alargaret Jean 107 Wildwood Avenue, Beckley, W. Va. 

Bray, Latherine Elizabeth 4409 N. 17th Street, Arlington, Va. 

Breeding, Juanita Agnes Artrip, Va. 

Brent, Barbara 301 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Brent, Sarah Kendall 289 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, \'i 

Bresnahan, Doris Mae 5028 Ednmnsiun .Axenue, Hyattsville, Md. 

Brewer, Juanita I )awn Oldtown, \'a. 

Bridgwater, Frances Elizabeth Lovingston, Va. 

Bristow, Nancy Clairbcjurne Urbanna, Va. 

Britton, \'irginia I )are 114 Catherine Street, Suffolk, \'a. 

Brookfieia, Phyllis Jane 607 Little Street, .Alexandria, Va. 

Brooks, Bettv Lou Luther\ille, Md. 

Brooks, Clara Rebekah Box 112, South Hill, \'a. 

Broome, Dorothy Elizabeth Rt. 1, 1 )ry Fork, \_'a. 

Brown, Annie Ruth 2806 Richland Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Brown, Betty Lee Rt. 1, Box 62, .Altavista, \'a. 

Brown, Margaret Isabelle 1017 N. Patrick rienrv Drive, Arlington, \^a. 

Brown, Pauline Box 1 13, Honaker, \'a. 

Bruce, leaiine Hartmoiul IIIX) lOtli Street, Lynchburg. \'a. 

Bruce, \\r. Richard Theodore, Jr Rt. 1, Box 290, Harrisonburg, \^a. 

Bruckner, Gloria .Agnes Hill Top Inn, t'edon, \'a. 

Brumback, Mildred I.uray, Va. 

Brvan. Mary lane 108 Cumberland Street, Williamson Road, Roanoke, \'a. 



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Bryant. >[ary June Arrington, \"a. 

Bryant. Nancy Rose 134 Morningside Drive. W ilmington. N. C 

Buckncr. Katheruic Ruth Mary Orev Court, Staunton, \'a. 

Buckner, W illie Mat- Ferrum \'a. 

Budge. I )orothy h elen d26 N. Oakland Street! Arlington,' \'a! 

Buhfant. Mane Louise 414 Latavette Avenue. Petersburg. \a. 

Bunts. Anne W ard W. Main Street, Abingdon. \'a. 

Burchard. Hazel Ann 417 l^rescott Avenue. Manassas. Va. 

Burtord. Forrest Anne 105 \irginia Avenue, Front Roval, \a. 

Burkholder. Josephine Clarke Thaxton, \'a. 

Burkholder. ^Irs. Nfarjoric X'irginia Rt. 4. Harrisonburg, \"a. 

Burkholder. Yvonne Elizabeth (Nurse) Dale Enterprise. \a. 

Bums. Phyllis Ann 32 Walnut Street, Newington 11, Conn. 

Burroughs. Nancy Lee Stone Mountain, Va. 

Burruss, Phyliss i aige (Nurse) Edom, Xa. 

Burton. Jacqueline Marie 217 Pinner Street, Suffolk! Va. 

Burton, Mr. Ronald Dean 910 \\ illiam Street. Fredericksburg, Yz. 

Bushong, Mddred Eleanor 729 S. Barton Street, Arfington, Va. 

Bussey, Anne W dcox 325 Hopkins Road, Baltimore, Md. 

Butler. Mr. Roy Gordon 1111 Prince Edward Street, Frecicricksburg, \a. 

Buttcrworth, Nancye Jane Wilson, Va. 

Byrd. Margaret Campbell 34 Kerr Street, Onancock! '"a. 

Cabaniss, Edith Lee Brookneal, Va. 

Cabe. Barbara .Anne Rt. 14, Box 21. Richmond Va. 

Cahill, Margaret Kathleen Saltville, Va. 

Caldwell. Marv Ellen Rt. 2. Wavnesboro. \a. 

Callis, Ruby Lena Grimstead. Va. 

Calloway. Homer Thomasine Galax. Va. 

Calohan. Marian Jane Rustburg, \a. 

Cameron. Tean 345 Iroauois Place. Beaver. Pa. 

Cammer. Elizabeth Kathryn Rt. l-.A. Winchester. Va. 

Campbell. Jewell Lee Covington, Va. 

Campbell. Lois Gertrude 5 S. Deford .\ venue, Lurav, Va. 

Campbell. Mrs. Louise W illiams 820 S. Hieb Street. Harrisonburg. \"a. 

Campbell. Mary Elizabeth 19th Street. Buena \ista. Xa. 

Canada. Jane l-!09 Rittenhouse Street, Lvnchliurg, \'a. 

Carson, Mary Virginia 1311 Valley Avenue. Winchester. \'a. 

Carter. Ann Esther North Garden. \"a. 

Carter. Mr. David .-Mvin 109 Franklin Street. Harrisonburg. \'a. 

Carter, Lillian Catherine Box 611, Lexington, \'a. 

Carter, Margaret Ann Ridgeway, ^'a. 

Carter. N'an Coker 403 Cameron .Avenue. Petersburg, \'a. 

Cary. Ila Mae 807 .A,sh Street. Hopewell, \'a. 

Castles. lane Elizabeth 505 Dinwiddie .Avenue. Blackstone. \'a. 

Gather. Geraldine Fay 303 .Amherst Street. Winchester. \a. 

Caudill. .Agnes Ann 580 Lynch Road. Lvnch. Ky. 

Caufield. N'ancy Lee Pleasant. View. Va. 

Chapman. Elise Mae 306 North Second .Avenue. Hopewell. Va. 

Chapman. Kathryn Gray Gloucester, \'a 

Chappell. Ida Hart Sedic}-. Va. 

Chappell. Rebecca Gordon Lrhanna, ^'a. 

Chappell. Lnity Scdiey. \'a. 

Cheatham. Jeanne Evergreen. \'a. 

Chesson. Lois 1419 Moore .Avenue. South Boston. Va. 

Childs. Mrs. Helen Brown 216 W. Brambleton .Avenue. Norfolk. Va. 

Cliristie. Frances .Anne 10+ Maple .Avenue. Welch. W. \'a. 

Clagett. Evelyn Lucille Stanlev. Xa. 

Qark. Emma Lou 162 N. Main Street. W'oodstock. Va. 

Clark. Ethel Louise • Rt. 1. Stuart. Va. 

Clark. Margaret Marion .Aylett. Va. 

Clarke. FraiKes Jean 1304 .A .Street. S. E.. Washington. D. C. 

Clarke Mariana Pastor P. O. Box 37. CTiurchland. \'a. 

Cleaver. Pauline \'irE;inia Rou.sh Run. W. Xa. 

Oem. Evelvn A'irginia Timbervillc. \'a. 

Clements. Shirley May 102 Claremont .Avenue. Hampton. \'a. 

Clendening. Naoine 227 South Maple .Avenue. Martinsburg. W. Xa. 

Clendenning. Catherine Gertrude Fentress. Va. 

Cleveland. Jane Warren Millhoro, A'a. 

Cline. Penrl Mae Rt. 5. Staunton. Va. 

Coakley. '^favsel Bertha Colonial Beach. Va. 

Coates. Charlotte Ruth ^ Woodville. Va. 

Coats. Christine \'aughan 3012 Krouse Road. Richmond, \'a. 

Cobb, Mary Louise Rt. 3. Fairfax, A'a. 



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Coffman. Marguerite Jean Rt. 2, Box 15, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Cohen, Mary Frances 117 South Colonial Avenue, Richmond, \'a. 

Cole, C ecelia Ashton ^ 33rd Street, Virginia Beach, \"a. 

Coihe, Katherine Ann Rt. 2, Ringgold, Va. 

Colhns, Betty lane Greenbackville, Va. 

( ollins, Jean Katherine • 535 Monroe Avenue, Cape Charles, \'a. 

Comann, Jessie Louise Ninth Street, Norton, Va. 

Conduff, Laura Anne Willis, Va. 

Connelly, Vivian Ann 210 Prince George Avenue, Hopewell,' Va. 

Conner, Grace Elizabeth Strasburg, Va. 

Connock, Frances May 110 Todd Avenue. Charlottesville, \'a. 

Conrad, Mary Llizabeth Palmyra, \"a. 

Consolvo, Mary Frances 229 W. 30th Street, Norfolk, \'a. 

Cook, Mazie Gwendolyn Yancy Mills, \'a. 

Cooper, Mary .Annette Hay si, \'a. 

Copeland, Gertrude Marie Chukatu'ck, Va. 

Copley. Kbie Holloway Oely, Pa. 

Corbin, Mr. Allie Ellwood Marshall, \'a 

Corell, Lois Joann Shawsville, \'a. 

Corkan, Joy Anne New Market, Va. 

Cornblatt, Dorothy Jean 1015 E. Main Street, Warrenton, Va. 

Councill, Frances Geneva Rl. 2, Box 3. Holland. \'a. 

Cover, Catherine Noell Rt. 1, Hot Springs, \'a. 

Covey, Martha Dotte Pulaski, \'a. 

Cox, Betty Milla Rt. 2, Box 307, Hampton, Va. 

Cox, Martha Fulton Timberville, Va. 

Cox, Rosemary 239 1 1th Street, Norton, Va. 

Coyne, Elizabeth June 1030 Bav \'iew Blvd., Norfolk, \'a. 

Craddock, Ruby Elizabeth Rt. 2, Chatham, \'a. 

Craig. Ali-ce Mae 302 East Oak Street. .Alexandria. \'a. 

Craig. Mrs. Gladys Goodman 212 Newman Avenue. Harrisonburg. Va. 

Craig. Joanne .Shumate .\xton, \'a. 

Cramer. Joyce Eleanor 27 Marwood Road. Worcester 2. Slass. 

Craun, Catherine Eiizabetli ^[t. Crawford. \'a. 

Crawlcv. Dorotliv Mae Gretna. Va. 

Creel. Melba Inez Rt. 3. Chapel Hill. N. C. 

Cro'iise. loanne Boyd ■ 206 Fleming Court, Roanoke, Va. 

Cross, Mildred Hobson 129 Brewer .Avenue, Suffolk. Va. 

Crowder. Peggy Love Clarksville. \'a. 

Crowder. Ruth Taylor South Hill. \'a. 

Crowell, Dorothy Eloise 407 S. W'ashington .Avenue. Pulaski, \'a. 

Curran. Mary Martha 523 Rockbridge Road. Portsmouth. \'a. 

Curtis. .Ann Rush 424 New York Avenue. Norfolk, \'a. . 

Cyphers. Harriet Elizabeth W ar. W'. \'a. 

I )a<-ek. Mr. Joseph Robert 9 Freeman Street. West Orange. A. J. 

I )allas. .Alice Joyce Rt. 2. Nathab'e. \'a. 

I )ance, Kathleen Baldwin .South Hill. \'a.. 

I )anks. Margaret Burnely 1308 Broadview .Avenue. Columbus, Oliio 

I )arliy, Clara Wailcs 200 Oakmont Road, W'ashington Grove,, Md. 

Darnell, Fllma Rebecca Rochelle, Va. 

I )arnell, Juno Marie 505 Locust .Avenue, W'avneslioro, \'a. 

Daugherty. Patricia Elizal>eth Maple Street, Crisfield. Md. 

Davis, Bettv Irene Main .Street, Courtland, \'a. 

Davis, Charlotte Neva 2701 Lochhaven Bl\d.. Richmond. \'a. 

Davis. Elma \yonnc Rt. 5. Box 474. .Alexandria, ^"a. 

Davis, Hilda 116 Union .Avenue. Martinsburg. W . Va. 

Davis, Jean Goode 133 Pocahontas Place. Hampton, \'a. 

Davis, Lucille Young Mar\ in .Avenue, Peterslmrg, \'a. 

Davis, Onalee .Angelica, N. Y. 

1 )avis, Waughnita Virginia Box 474, Rt. 5. .Alexandria, \'a. 

Davis. Ruth \'irginia Agricola, \'a. 

Day, .Anna Slack Rt. 1, A'ienna. \"a. 

Dav, Helen lune ■ Paw Paw, W.Va. 

Day, Nan Maureen Haysi, Va.. 

Deaton, Sue Lambert • 4 Mountain .Avenue, Roanoke 13, \'a. 

Deavers, Marilyn \'anetta Berryvillc. Va. 

DeHart. Mary Katlieryu N. Main Street. Chatham. Va. 

Deisher. Nellie Irene 821 Kensingtc n .Axenuc. Clifton Forge. \'a. 

DeModena. Lillian Virginia 2001 Rosewood .Axenue. Richmond. Va. 

Derbv. Lottie Mae 36 Bainbridge .Avenue. Portsmouth. Va. 

I )erflin.grr. Ruth Jean Reliance, ^'a. 

Derrer, Marv Margaret 941 Beech .Street, San Diego, Cal 

De Sparre Isabelle 2012 Monument .Avenue, Riclimimd. \'a. 



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Deter, .Mr. I'luil Gregory 43 Cantrcll Avenue, Harrisuiilmrg, \a. 

Deuell, Elizabeth Jane 11 Gnuime Koad, Morrison, \a. 

Ocw, Beverly Pearl 322 Bullitt Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Dhein, Shirley Ann 1 14 K. Greenvvav Blvd., Falls fhurcli, Va. 

Dickenson, 1 )orotliy Eleanor Indeiiendence, Va. 

Dickie, Marjorie .\nn Roseland, Va. 

1 )ickson, Evelyn Lois 909 N. Edgewood Street, .Arlington, Va. 

Dill, Sarah Jane 1312 Brookland I'arkwav, Kiclniiond, Va. 

1 )inkel, Peggy Jo. Bo.\ 422, Culpeper, Va. 

Dixon, \ irginia Elizabeth I'ungo, Va. 

Dobbs, 1 )iana Shenandoah,' Va. 

Dodson, Glenna Ardath 4114 21st Road, N.. Arlington, Va. 

Dolly, Ella Gcnetta Franklin, W. Va. 

Donahoe, Shirley Anne 1225 Stanhope Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

DonLcavy. Ann Marie 2810 Garland Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

1 )onLeavy, Mary . irgniia 2810 Garland .Avenue, Richmond. Va. 

Dorrington, Lorraine Grace 75 W. 5th Street, Oswego, X. Y. 

Doub. Mildred Haller 1205 Taylor .\vcnue, Richmond, Va. 

Doughton, Xancy Elizabeth Box 391, Rt. 1, Alexandria, \'a. 

Dovel, Edna Creola ( Xurse) Rt. 2, Bridgewater, \'a. 

Dovel, Martha Isabel Stanley, Va. 

Downer, Phyllis Lee Gordonsville, Va. 

Drewrey, Mary Hunter 917 Gates .Avenue, Xorfolk, Va. 

DrifcoU, Louise Mae Lanexa. Va. 

Driver, Colleen Carman (Xurse) Rt. 2, Dayton, \'a. 

Driver, Mr. Dorilas Jacoli Rt. 6, Cumberland. Md. 

Driver, Mr. Thomas Richardson Box 255, Xew Market, \'a. 

Driver, Waltine Lila (Xurse) Dayton, Va. 

Dudley, Jane Fairfax Middleburg, Va. 

Duke, Juanita High Street, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Dukes, Margaret Estellc • Laurel, Va. 

Duncan. Mary Margaret Rt. 3, Xathalie, Va. 

Dunf ord, Judith May Rt. 10. Box 2i2. Richmond, Va. 

Dunnavant. Jean Elizabeth 821 Shejiard Street. Petersburg. \'a. 

I )unnavant. Laura Belie Charlotte Court House. \'a. 

Dunthornc. Marjorie 22 Pennroad .Avenue. Trenton. X. J. 

DuFre. Elizabeth .Ann 72S Powell .Avenue. Trenton, X'. I. 

Duvall. \'irginia Lee 100 College Avenue, .Annapolis, Md. 

Dyer, Marjorie .Anne 7 Raines .Avenue. Sandston, \'a. 

Eades. Evelyn Paige 239 Lee .Avenue, Colonial Hei.ghts. Petersburg. \ a. 

Elarly. Lois Loraine 31^ 15th Street, X. £., Washington, D. C. 

Earman. Betty }o Penn Laird, \"a. 

Earman. Beulah Pearle 55 Grattan Street. Harrisonburg. \'a. 

Earman. F. Lavene (Xurse) 20 E. Caracas .Avenue. Hershey, Pa. 

Earman. Mabel Lee Keezlctown, Va. 

Earman. Mr. Rush Nicholas, Jr Rt. 1. Port Republic, Va. 

Eason, X'irginia Dare Carrsville. Va. 

Eastep, Ella Kathryn Rt. 1. Strasburg, Va. 

F^ton, Jane Kinzer Rt. 1, Bedford, Va. 

Echard. Lew .Ann Keezletown, Va. 

Edwards, Mary Pierce Rt. 1, Ettrick, Va. 

Eg.gborn. Margaret Swan Rixeyville, Va. 

Elliott, Dorothy Cassen 202 E. Fillmr re Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Ellis, Margaret .Anne 115 Hardy .Avenue. X'orfolk, Va. 

Ellis. Xancy Rebecca Rt. 1. Hopewell. Va. 

Ellison, Marylew Gantt 31 Herman Street, Glen Ridge. X. 1. 

Engle, Sara Mae Bruceton Mills, W. \'a. 

Engleman. .Alice Roberta Rt. 1. Lexington, \'n. 

Engleman. Dorothy Etzler Rt. 1, Lexington, Va. 

Epperson, Ola Atkinson • .Alberta, \'a. 

Epperson. Phvllis Gibson 346 Marvland .Avenue. Portsmouth. \'a. 

Estep, Geraldine Frances 1125 S. ^^ain Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Evans, Charlotte .Anne Box 167. Reedville, Va. 

Evans, Mr. David Donald Middletown. Va. 

Everhart, Betty I^)U Vienna. \'a. 

Eje, Mr. Walter Lahman 130 S. Brook .Avenue. Harrisonlmrg, \'a. 

Faircloth, .Anna Butler 3308 Barton .Avenue. Richmond, \'a. 

Farmer, Gladys Vivian Rt. 1. Box 100. Dublin, \\a. 

Farmer. Virginia Lee 1105 I ibbie .Avenue. Richmond, Va. 

Farrar, Barbara Rose 318 E. Del Ray .Avenue. .Alexandria, Va. 

Farthing, Dorothv Ann Rt. 2. Hurt. Va. 

Fath, Xancy Marie 3121 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 



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Faulkner, Alice Elizabeth ■ Alton. \'a 

Fawlcy, .Mr. D. W., Jr Box 244. Broadway, \"a. 

Fawley. Ramona Gay Box 244. Broadway, \'a. 

Feagans, Mary Brown Rt. 6. Lynchburg, ^'a. 

Fensterwald, Myra 1337 Graydon Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Ferguson, Arline Elizabeth 267 Newport News Avenue, Hampton, Va. 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Ann Harrisonburg, Va. 

Ferguson, Mary Frances Box 265, Clifton, Va. 

Ferland, Sarah Mae W'oodrow Drive, Charlottesville Va. 

Ferris. Fayc O'Reta 202 Cumberland Street, Roanoke, Va. 

Figgatt, Mr. Jennings Bryan, Jr Rt. 2, Harrisonlmrg, Va. 

Fincham, Peggy Ann Middleburg, Va. 

Finks, June Boswell 2 W. Glendale Avenue, Alexandria, \'a. 

Finley, Hannah Stevens Free Union, V. 

Fisher, Betty Louise Clement .Avenue, Indiantown Gap, Pa. 

Fisher. Colleen ^[arion 300 Massanutten Street, Strasburg, \'a. 

Flanary, Maude Evelyn Box 13, Lynch, Ky. 

Flax. Harriet Jean 714 .Shirley, -Avenue, Norfolk, ^'a. 

Fleming. Emily Christine 4322 Krick Street. Norfolk, Xa.. 

Flctclier, Rita Mac ■ 118 East Street, Culpeper, \'a. 

Flippo. Catherine Frances Buchanan, Va. 

Flook, Lucille Rt. 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Flora. Gloria Irene i 670(i HiHondalc Road, Chevy Chase l.\ Md. 

Flowers. Mary Lousie 290(1 Idlewood .Avenue. Richmond, \'a. 

Foltz, Laura Virginia • Seventh Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Fosnight, Evelyn June 18th Street, Rt. 2, Front Royal, Va. 

Foster, Margaret Lorraine 6 Sunset I )rive, .■\lexandria, Va. 

Foster. Nancy Malinda Mt. Hope. W". \"a. 

Frizzcll. Phyllis Jane 820 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, ^'a. 

Frohlich, Thelma Rosemary 333 Freeport Road, Aspinw'all, Pa. 

Frye, Mel va Sharon Lucketts, Va. 

Fudge, Leah Fern 1,^4 Lexington Street, Covington, Va. 

Fullerton. Shirley, Bushnell 14 Court Street, Abingdon, ^'a. 

Fulton, Mary Jane 342 Sherwood Avenue, Staunton, ^'a. 

Fultz. Mary Frances Raphine. \'a. 

Funkhouser. Bonnie Fay Jonestown, Pa. 

Furr, Barbara Worth 334 Byrd Street, Hopewell, Va. 

Furr, Evelyn Virginia (Nurse) \Iain Street, Dayton, \'a. 

Gaines. Ethel Clore • Re\a, \'a. 

Gaither, Norma, Jean 627 Columbia Avenue, Cumberland, Md. 

Gambill, Mr. Kenton Filler 515 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gamier. Gena Ellen Rt. 1, Luray, Va. 

Garber. Ethel Ressie • Rt. 1, Dayton, Va. 

Garber. Gloria Mildred Rt. 8, Box 161, Rirhmond, Va. 

Garber. Josephine Lee. . • Port Republic. Vs. 

Garfinkel. Frances Louise 508 Brown .Avenue. Hopewell. \'a. 

Garner, Catherine Hughes Box 210, Matewan, \\". \'a. 

Garner. Mr. Thomas Edward Box 210. Matewan.^ W. Va. 

Garrett. Nancv Leigh 4605 \"irginia .Avenue. Newport News \ a. 

Garth, Marv Wevle R. F. D.. Ruckersville, \'a. 

Gaston. Mildred Virginia 5310 F.dgewater Drive. Norfolk. Va. 

Gay, Norma Evelvn" 7,W Webster .Street, Needham, Mass, 

Gearing. Jean Wise 311 .Arbutus .Axenne. Roanoke, ^'a. 

Gentrv, Peggv I,ouisc 206 Center Street. Galax. \'a. 

Gcrken. Nellie May Rt. 3. Box 513. \'icnna. Vji. 

Gever. Louise E\ elyn 210 .Armistead Street. Phoebus. \ a. 

Gilbert. lean Moore • Bridge House. Churrbville. Va. 

Gilbert. Af aric Jackson Standardsville, \ a. 

Gillespie, Fav Ernestine 94 East Main Street. Newark, Del. 

Gillespie, Marion iovce .2073 \'irginia .Avenue, West Graham, A a. 

Gills Carolyn TJovd 3910 Chamberlavne .Avenue. Richmond. A'a. 

Gillum, Mr." Whitfield Mauzv McGahevsville. A'a. 

Gilmore, Mary Afarshall 722 North Main Street, Culpeper, A a. 

Goettling Lucie Pearson -525 North Kenmorc Street, .Arlington, \ a. 

Gooch. Jane Grey ■ j ■ • ■ '^.''nv, Va. 

Goodson. Frances Carv Fort Jefferson National Monument. Box .-i08. Key \\ est, hla. 

Goodwin. Marv Catherine .' Afton. A'a. 

Gor<lon, Elizabeth Read 7 Frcdonia Avenue. T,vnchburg, \ a. 

Gordon, Fllen T,ouise Aliddlcburg Va. 

Gordon. A'ireinia Anne 3337 W. Gr:.re Street. Richmond. \a. 

Gore Marv Hercelia -W20 N. 16th Street, .Arlmgton, Va. 

Gracff Joan 1211 N. Nash Street, .Arlington. Va. 

Grant,' Jane .Aiigusta. . . . ... .' -102 Priiicton. Road Suffolk. Va. 



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Grant, Loisi- Marie r, 2 Axton Va 

Grant \ irginia Lee . 376 Gray Avenue, VVin'chester,' Va! 

Gravtly, Kolicrta Tredway 1202 Washington Street, South Boston, Va. 

Gray, IX.fy Mane. . V\arrcnton, Va. 

Green, .Mary Klizahcth 4514 Connecticut .^vc.. X. W., Washingotii 1) C 

Gregory, .Annie Elizabeth Crewe Va 

Gregory. Eleanor Kuth ■\ita\ ista Va 

Griflfith Patricia Carolyn '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. lit. ' 3,' Gaithersliurg,' Md! 

Grnn Betty Ami. 375 National Avenue, Winchester, Va. 

Grul.t), Lucille Elizabeth Rt. 4, Chatham, Va. 

Hackmann, Marjorie 110 Orient Street, Yonkcrs 4, N. Y 

Hair, Donna Jean K, 2, Richmund, Va. 

HaeyMildrcd Mane 1118 .\lain Street, Danville, Va. 

i] ,, ,- "f*^' -'"?""^ e liatham, Va. 

Ha , kathryn Cecelia Box 143, Brunswick, Aid. 

Hall, Leslie Katherinc Limeton Va 

Hall, Patricia Anne ' Box 143,' Brunswick,' Md! 

Hall. \ irgiiiia Mae Rt. 3, Lexington, Va. 

Hamilton, Kathenne Box 103, Burkeville, Va. 

Hamilton, Xancy Lynn Xassawadox, Va. 

Hammer, \ anny Zane South Hill Va 

Hammond, Joyce The Barn, R.F.D. 1, Dover, Del. 

Hampton, W ilma Frances Galax Va. 

Handy, Ann Clark Stuart' Va 

Hanks, Betty Jo ■ '2Y6 Lake Street, Pulaski', Va! 

Hansberger, Charlotte May Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Harcum, Mary Hope 4706 Queen Street. Portsmouth, Va. 

Hardy, Dons June 69 .\ \"iew .\ venue, Xortolk, Va. 

Harless, Shirley Marion 21 1 Gordon Street, Sanford, X. C. 

Harman. .\nne Lee Rt. 2, Bridgewater, Va. 

Harncst. Frances Gray 604 Braxton Road, Ridley Park, Penn. 

Harrell. Sally Brinkley ( Xurse) 29 Amiss Avenue, Lurav, Va. 

Harrington, L. M. Inett Lindsay, Va. 

Harris, Helenc Elizabeth (Xurse) Rt. 3, Box 89, Fishersville, Va. 

Harris, Ruth Loraine 2602 36th Street, N. W., Washington 7, D. C. 

Harris, Venitia Dott 1430 G Street. S. E., Washington 3, D. C. 

Harrison, Elizalieth .Ann 29 Cantrcll Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Harrison, Mildred Carter Eclipse, Va. 

Harrison. \'irginia Yancey 29 Cnntreil .\venue, Harrisonburg. Va. 

Harshbargcr, Helen Ruth 1606 City Point Road, Hopewell. Va. 

Hartman, Geraldine -Ann ( Sp. Music) Rt. 4. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hartman, Mary Tanc 152 Carroll Avenue. Colonial Heights. Petersburg, Va. 

Hartman. Sue Elizabeth 306 Palen Avenue, Hilton \"illage, Va. 

Hartsook. Margaret Joan 2215 Davis Lane, Richmond 23, Va. 

Harville. Jane Warren Carson, Va. 

Harwood, Corliin .Spottswood 1125 West .Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Hasler. Mr. Carroll LeRoy Rt. 1. Kcezletown, Va. 

Hatch, Mr. Lawrence \\ 28 E. Linden Street, -Alexandria, Va. 

Hatchik. .Araxy McLean, Va. 

Haught. Marv Katherine 16 Martin Road, Warwick \'illage. X'ew|iort Xews, \'a. 

Haught. Ruth Maddox Elkwood, \'a. 

Hawk, Bessie \'estal Saltville, Va. 

Hawk, Edith June 4633 Kensington .Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Hawkins. Marion Christine Lawrenceville, Va. 

Hawthorr.e. Marjorie Frances Rt. 2, Bristol, Va. 

Haydon. Marion Joyce • Kilmarnock, Va. 

Heatwole, ^iadeline -Ann Mt. Clinton, Va. 

Hcinig, Beverly .Ann Ware X'eck, Va. 

Helmick, Ellen Louise (Xurse) 815 South High Street, Harrisonburg. \'a. 

Henderson. Mabel Louise Plasterco, \'a. 

Hendricks, Esther Lois .Alton, Va. 

Hendricks, Mary Virginia Alton, Va. 

Henley. \ iola Gertrude 910 X'. Sabot Street, Richmond, Va. 

Henshaw. Betty Lou Charlestown. W. Va. 

Hepner, Joy Elaine ^ 1716 B. Street, . F... AAashington. 1). C. 

Herbert, Dorothy .Ann Waverl_v, Va. 

Higgins. Jean .Ann 600 Prospect Walk, Qifton Forge, Va. 

Hillman, Mary Elizabeth 1206 Chesapeake .Avenue, South X'orfolk, Va. 

Hinton, Catherine Elizabeth 309 Henry .Avenue, Pulaski, Va. 

Hinton, Ida .Audrey Rt. I, Kearneysville, W. Va. 

Hite, Libby .Anne. Timberville, Va. 

Hodges. Sarah .Ann , Greenlee, Va. 

Hodgson, Mary r itzRandolph Columbia, \'a. 



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Hogan, Eleanor Alarree 162 Old Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Hoggard, Margaret Bradshaw 105 Oak Grove Road, Norfolk 5, Va. 

Hogge, Katheriiic Dolores Hornsyln ille, Va. 

Hoke, bi orma Lee Box 3, Annandale, Va. 

Holbrook, Joan ' Box 1924, Bartley, W. Va. 

Holbrook, Marian Box 1924, Bartley.W. Va. 

Holladay, Frances Trigg Rapidan, Va. 

Holland, Margaret Ann 276 N. Lewis Street, Staunton, Va. 

Hollis, Peggy Morgan 523 West Burke Street, Martinsburg, V\'. Va. 

HoUoman, Jane Ellen Newsonie, Va. 

Hoover, Betty Lee Timberville, Va. 

Hoover, Florence Fae 1550 N. I Janville Street, Arlington, Va. 

Hoover, Rebecca Ann 210 Dixie Avenue, Harrisonliurg, Va. 

Hord, Shirley Meredith 3812 Dover Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond, Va. 

Horn, Anne Parker 543 Alleghany Avenue, Staunton, Va. 

Horn, Mary Virginia Mt. Solon, Va. 

Horsley, Ruby Anne Lovingston, Va. 

Horst, Catherine Evangeline 1 101 Hamilton Blvd., Hagerstown, Md. 

Hoskinson, Georgia Winifred 916 S. Washington Street, Falls Church, Va. 

Hostetter, Gladys Louise Eastern Mennonite School, Harriso;iburg, Va. 

Hotinger, Nellie Frances Rt. 2, Lexington, Va. 

Hough, Ruth .Ailma Rt. 1, Round Hill, Va. 

Hunshell, Eunice Loraine New Market, Va. 

Howard, Damaris Paula McKenny, Va. 

Howard, Marianna Virginia 1617 Confederate Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Howell, Jo Scott Rt. 1, Staunton, Va. 

Howser, Betty Ann 191 1 N. Wayne Street, Arlington, Va. 

Hoyer, Sara Elizabeth 3320 Loxley Road, Richmond, Va. 

Hubbard, Maggie Star Route, Chatham, Va. 

Hudgins, Mary Anne 900 N. Main Street, Danville, Va. 

Hudson, Helen Marie 6 Gather Avenue, Acorn Heights, Winchester, Va. 

Huff. Florence Geraldine 2710 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Huffman, Mr. Herbert Garland 271 Grattan Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Huggins, Betty Jane 934 I liamond Avenue, Rocky Mount, Va. 

Hughes, Frances Lee Roseland, Va. 

Hughes, Geneva Ann Waverly, Va. 

Hulvey, Joy- Box 145, Broadway, VA. 

Hulvey, Nancv Berry Rt. 2, Staunton, Va. 

Hummel, Barbara June Townsend, Va. 

Hundley, Frances Estelle Fieldale. Va. 

Hunter, Alice Carolyn 3(XW Lamb .Avenue, Richmond 22. Va. 

Huntington, Mary Louise 192 Round Hill Road, Fairfield, Coim. 

Hurdle, Mary Elizabeth Camden .Avenue, Extd., Salisburv, Md. 

Hurst. Margaret Benjamin Ditchley, Va. 

Hutchinson, Claudine Ellison Aldie, Va. 

Hutton, Trula Katherine Rt. 2, Bristol, Va. 

Hylton, June Marie Rt. 2. l'.ox 425, Roanoke, \'a. 

Ingram, Patricia Mayc 301 Rives Road, Mart ins\i lie. \'a. 

Jackson, Grace Lucille 125 W. Germain Street. Winchester, Va. 

Tamerson, Mary Elizabeth Rt. 5, Bedford, Va. 

James. June Roberta S Charles Street, Hampton, Va. 

Jameson. Barbara Lee 2222 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Jarrell, Mary Claudine .Ararat, Va. 

Jarrett, Louella June 313 Hickory Axciuie, Newnort News, Va. 

Jarvis, Marjoric Ellen Moft'atts Creek, Va. 

Jarvis, Marv Barbara Timber Ridge, Va. 

Jeffries, Lillian DeClarence Tanpahannock, Va. 

Jennings, Sue Estelle Rt. 3, Luray, Va. 

Jessee, Jean Bundy Lebanon, Va. 

Jessee, N ma Stallard Drydcn. Va. 

Jessup, Margaret Fair Box 242, South Hill. Va. 

Jeter, Catherine Etta Woodford. Va. 

Jctt, Mattie Janette Floyd, Va. 

Tinkins, Dorotli v Marie Rt. 2, Chester, Va. 

Johnson, Ada Burroughs Rt. 2. Moneta, V.a 

Johnson, Retsy Lee 712 Riverside Drive. L'-nchburg, Va. 

Johnson, Betty Frances 906 Beach Road. Har"nton, Va. 

Tohnson, Earnestine Rea I\f echum River, Va. 

Johnson, To Ann 623 South Main Street, Woodstock, Va. 

Tohnson, T,ois Mayland- 1125 Carlisle Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Tohnson, Margaret Earl Mechum River, Va. 

Johnson, Marilyn Virginia 205 E. Carolina Avenue, Crewe, Va. 



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Jones, Alice ..lercer 620 N. Kenmore Street, Arlington, Va. 

Jones, Shirley Marie Rt. 2, Vienna, Va. 

Joseph, Jean Elinor 13 \\ arren Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Joyce, X'irgiiiia Louise R.F.I)., Patrick Springs, Va. 

Joyner, Mary Alice Courtland, Va. 

Julia, Mary 251 Nc\vni:ui .Avenue, Harrisonburg, V^a. 

Rablcr, Betty Joyce 407 Westmoreland Place, Lynchlmrg, Va. 

Kacklcy, Willa Mae Berry\ ille, Va. 

Kagey, Phyllis Maxine (Nurse) Edinburg, Va. 

Kamskv, Charlotte 2610 (jravland Avenue, Richmond, V'a. 

Kane, iJctty .Ann P. O. Box 12.3. Bealeton, Va. 

Karnes, Geneva Frances • Rt. 2, Buchanan, Va. 

Kash, Margaret Feme P. O. Box 2187, Lynchburg, \'a. 

Kavanaugh, Lucille Josephine 51 Franklin Street, Annapolis, Md. 

Kayser, J anet Walton Columbia, Va. 

Keating, Mary Elizabeth 1955 N. Cleveland Street, Arlington, Va. 

Keezell, Narice Travis Keezletovvn, Va. 

Kegely. Sarah Catherine Rt. 4, Staunton Va. 

Kellam, \irginia Potter Belle Haven, Va. 

Keller. Mary Amelia Strasburg, Va. 

Kelley. Cecil Ann Rt. 1, Gretna, Va. 

Kelley, Mrginia .\ylecn Rt. 1, Gretna, V.a 

Kemp, Glayds Elnora Luray, Va. 

Kempt er, Phyllis Mae Box 164, Grottoes, Va. 

Kenny, .\Iargarct Ann 811 Commercial Street, Clifton Forge, Va. 

Keyser, Lois Jeanctte (Nurse) Luray, Va. 

Keyser, Norma Nell • ^ • .Luray, Va. 

Keyser, Pattie Joyce Rt. 2, Box 611, Covington, Va. 

Kibler, Janice Grey Quicksburg, Va. 

Kidwell." Mary Ann • 1208 S. Oakcrest Road, Arlington, ^"a. 

Kime. Florence Suzanne 349 Pennsvlvania .Avenue. Salem, Va. 

King, June Cecille 7910 Granby Street, Norfolk 5, Va. 

King. Louise Fletcher "The Shade." Washington, Va. 

King, \'ernita Faye Oriskany, Va. 

Kirby, Joan Marie 1609 Columbia Street, Richrnond, Va. 

Kirwan, Margaret Jane 204 Baylv Avenue, Cambridge, Md. 

Kiser, Mary Frances 290 Green Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Kite. Peggy lean Rt. 1, Shenandoah. Xa.. 

Kivlan, AHce May 26 Peak Hill Road, Roslindale, Mass. 

Kline. .\nna Louise (Nurse) Broadway. Va. 

Kline, Rosalie Christine Broadway, Va. 

Kloeppel, Lovce .Ann Rt. 2, Box 387, Norfolk, Va. 

Kodri-ch, Shirlev Marie 606 Colonial .Avenue, Peterslmrg, Va. 

Koogler. Mr. David Mangus Spottsw^ood, Va. 

Koogler, Mr. Melvin Morrison Spottswood, \ a. 

Koontz, Helen Lee Rockingham, Va. 

Kraushar, Lois Jane 185 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

LaFoIlette. Pclores Willitta Yellow .Springs, W. Va. 

Lahman, Doris .Arlene (Nurse) Rt. 1, Box 94, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lambert. lean Alice 101 South Church Street, W oodstock, \ a. 

Lamberth.' Agnes Grav White Marsh. Va. 

Land, Delphine Virginia 1019 Gates Avenue, Norfolk, \ a. 

Landes. Zona Warwick Mountani Grove, ^ a. 

Landis, Mary Sue -531 East Wolfe Street, Harrisonburg, \ a. 

Landman, Leah Geraldinc 220 \\>st Main Street. Richmond. Xa. 

I anier Henritta Rebecca 1120 Soutli Boulevard. Petersburg, \ a. 

Lantz. 'Nellie BIv Rt. 3, Box 17, Edinburg, Va. 

Lawrence. Mrs. Annie Gilliam 231 Dixie .Avenue, Harrisonburg, \ a. 

Lawrence, Elizabeth Leigh 1324 A vondale Avenue, Richmond, \ a. 

Lawrence. Marv Helen 1 108 Agnew Drive. Rockville, Md. 

Layman, Dorothv Bell Rt. 3, Box 354, Roanoke, \ a. 

Lavman, Helen Ernestecn Rt. 3, Box 46. Harrisonburg, \ a. 

I ease Peggv Ann 822 Woodland \\ ay, Hagerstown, Md. 

Lee,' Helen^ Lillian ,• 1?^ ^>''"' )>• 

Lee, Marilyn Virginia 101 Maple .Avenue, Hiehland Springs, \_a. 

Lee' Martha -Xnnic l-t^ Center Street. Emnoria. \'a. 

1 eff Barbara Janice 21 .Ashton Road. Yonkers, N. Y. 

j'ehman J^o'rothv E (Nurse) Eastern Menn.mite School, Harrisonburg. Va. 

I^eitner.'Emilv Frances 900 Holladav Street. Portsmouth, A a. 

Lepore, Sara Margaret Dover, Del. 

Lewis, Beverlv Hope • 1"6 ' ^rroll Avenue, Petersburg, \a. 

Lewis, Dorothy Quinn 267 Gray Street, Danville, \ a. 



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Lewis, Hilda tik-n 922 — 22nd Street, Newport News, Va. 

Lewis, Jean Maillaiid Manassas, Va. 

Lewter, Wanda Lee • 1115 Loyola Avenue. Chicago 26, 111, 

Lilley, Frances Louise Earlysville, \'a. 

Lineburg, Imogene Wesley New Market, Va. 

Linewea\ er, Lois Katherine (Nurse ) Mt. Crawford, \'a. 

Lipps, Sue Kirk Aldie, Va. 

Liskey, Lucy Marie Rt. 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Litton, Daisy Annette Castlewood, Va. 

Lockard, Eugenia Cornelia • Oakwood Avenue, Bedford, Va. 

Lohr, Janice Rebecca New Market, Va. 

Long, 1 )oris Jean Rt. 1, Box 34, Harrisonluirg \'a. 

Long, Edith Shirley 4826 E. Seminary .Avenue, Richmond, \'a. 

Long, Nancy Jane Box 183, Middletown, Va. 

Long, Mrs. Pauline Cassell (Special) 298 S. Liberty Street, Harrisoidiurg, Va. 

Long, Rachel .Ann Box 183, Middletown, Va. 

Looney, .Audrey Ann • Bo.x 155, Grundy, \'a. 

Love, Frances Aaeline Sydnorsville, Va. 

Love, Mary Edna 39 \'ick Street, Portsmouth, \'a. 

Lovelace, Mary Lou Rosemont, Brunswick. Md. 

Lucas. Goldic Marie (Nurse) W'eyers Cave. \'a. 

Luck. Carey Lee • . . . Rt. 1. Richmond. \'a. 

Lucy. Dorothy Jane Lawrenceville. \'a. 

Lumsden. Joyce Rt. 1. Redwood. Va. 

Lunceford. Adele Mae Waterloo Street. Warrenton. Va. 

Lyncli. Helen Gladys ■ 1432 Glebe Road. Arlington, Va. 

Lynn, Mary Frances Soutli Hill, Va. 

Lyon, June ■ . . .613 Rockbridge Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Lyons, Frances Ann 701 Ixichelieu .Avenue, S. R., Roanoke, Va. 

Mc.Alpin, Gwendolvn Sarah • Glasgow, \'a. 

McCarthy, Mrs. Gloria Angela P. O. Box 135, St. James. N. Y. 

McClanahan. Helen Irene ■ Grundy, Va. 

McDevitt. Doris Lorraine Rt. 2, Culpeper, Va. 

McElwee, Same Lee • Falling Springs, Va. 

McGee, Rosemary Lynn McGee's Mills, Pa. 

McKenney, Phyllis iloore 44 Shenandoah Avenue, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

McLay, Mary Marjory Box 14, Port Deposit, Md, 

McLellan, Mrs. Margaret Hunter Radio Stnficm W. S. V. A., Harrisonburg, Va. 

!\[cLennan, Jean Milton 14 Lafayette Ci urt. Fort Avenue. Lynchburg, ^'a. 

McManaway, Kathryn Jane .^4 Pine Street, Petersburg, Va. 

McMurran. Jane Marshall 2802 Hammett .Avenue. Norfolk. Va. 

MacMahim. Donnic .Anne Rt. 2. W. Great Falls Street. Falls Church. A'a. 

Mahone. Jean Cross 1(560 Blair Road, Petersburg, \'a. 

Mandelin, Susanna May \J. S. A'eterans Hospital, Roanoke, Va. 

Maim, Ruby Allene 624 Roxburv .Street, Clifton Forge, Va. 

Manuel, Myra Irene Strasburg, \'a. 

Mapi>, Cora James • Machipongo, Va. 

Markham, Bculah Mac Buena X'ista, A'a. 

.Marriner. Mrs. X'irginia Cook 304 West End Place. Cranford, N. J. 

Marshall. Doris Deborah Charles Town, W. Va. 

Marshall, Lucy Fitzhugh Gordonsville. Va. 

Martin, Frances Christine 1534 Ri\ermont Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Martin, Geraldine -Rt. 1. Callands, Va. 

Martin. Nannie Irene Rt. 3. Box 215. Lynchburg. \'a. 

Martin. Winifred Hamilton .509 Euclid Avenue. Lvnchburg, \'a. 

.Mason, Marie Elizabeth- 4806 E. Seminary Avenue, Richmond 22, \'a. 

Massie. Selma Duke r Bryant, Va. 

Mathews. Elizabeth Page 907 Broad Street. .Altavista. Va. 

Matthews. Angeline 68 Cherokee Rd.. Hamjiton Va. 

Matthews. Margaret Wilson. . ■ Meredithville. Va. 

Mattox. Elizabeth Ann Box 266 Gretna. Va. 

Meador. Ethel Bland 709— 9th Street. S. E.. Roanoke. Va. 

Mcars. Henrietta Read T'ungoteague, Va. 

•Mears. .Margaret \ irginia Beniamin Franklin Hotel. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Mcekins. Jeanne 228 Warwick Road. Hilton \'illapc. \'a. 

.Meeks. Elizabeth Clarke • Box 613. .Amherst. A'a 

.Mehalko, Anna Marie 438 N. Main Street. SufTolk. A'a. 

.Meiggs. Ann (Tasteen 874 E. South Temple St.. Salt Lake City. Utah 

Merriman. Marv i^<ircne Fieldale, Va, 

Messick, .Annalee ■ 313 Mitchell Street, Salisburv. Md. 

Michie, Antia Evelvn Rt. 1. Box 149. Hilton X'illa.ge. A'a. 

Michie, Bettv Mabelle Rt. 1. Box 149. Hilinn \illage. Va. 



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-Miller, Cera I-aye „2o 30 St.. Newport News, N'a. 

\\u"- >, ." ''■';'"''■■•■•■■•;;-•■•■; ^^^ ^ "'Sh ^^fei^t. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Miller. Dolores \ irginia (Nurse) Liirav Va 

\r\\^'- ^,'"''''^;'.'' S^"'"-™" .■.Paw i'aw. w! Va! 

Ml er, Eloise Ooaloii p^,,. p yy ya. 

.\ 1 er, U.lna Marl.Mi. 515 Si. I-aul's Avenue, Grantwood, N. J. 

V ' "• ^- ■" ?'*■•'"■'"' < ^"""s^- > Kt. 2. Hri.lge water, Va. 

Miller, \ irginia Lee Timl.erville, Va. 

.\ ims, 1 )urothy Jean 423 Lee Street, Hampton, Va. 

Minor. Frances .Ann Owenton Va 

.Mitchell. Hillie lean . . 12 .J^shl.y Street. .Mexan.iria' X'a' 

» ' u • V,'''!'' t.li2='l''''h Rt. 6, Chatham, Va. 

, " , , • Hf^'en Ester 1103 Toledo .Avenue. Lvnchhurg. Va. 

.\ itchell. Mary Lynn 1025 I'ark .Avenue. Xe\v York. N. Y 

w'"^, ■ •V'''''^ *"''-^'' " -^ ^^ '^st End Blvd.. Emporia, Va. 

.\ Itchell. Rose Mane .....1103 Toledo .Avenue. Lynchhurg, Va. 

Modisett. Marfaret Frances Luray Va 

-Moffett. Mary Stuart '.'.'.'.'.'■'.'.'.]<(. "z. Staunton. Va.' 

Moffett, \ irginia Page Kt. 2. Staunton. Va. 

MotTitt. Irene Ann ■ lOti South Street. Smyra, Del. 

Mohler. Jane Jones .M,, Solon, Va. 

Monahan, .Mary Roberta Blackstone, Va. 

Montgomery, Alice tiertruoe Longshoal, Va. 

Montgomery. Nancy Leomia Rt. 1. Buchanan, Va! 

Moody, \ irginia Quarles Saluda, Va. 

Moore. Carrie Lee 130 S. lOtth Street. Cambridge. Ohio 

Moore, Carrie \\ hite Jeffs \'a 

Moore, Helen May ( Nurse) '. Rt.' 1^ Fort 'Defiance, Va! 

Moore, Helen \irginia • 200+ W. 22nd Street, Siou.v Falls, S. Dak. 

Moore, Jane McCorkle Rt. 1, Lexington, Va. 

Moore, Lena Jeanettc Orlean, Va. 

Moore, Louise Ann Mint Spring,' Va. 

Aloore, Margaret .Alice Rt. 1, Buena \ista, Va. 

Moore, Margaret Ann ■ Flint Hill, Va. 

Moore, Mary Grove 521 "E" Street, Copeland I'ark, Newport News, Va. 

Moore. Mildred Helen 406 Meadow Lane. Falls Church. Va. 

Moore. Peggy (Nurse ) Mt. Sidney. Va. 

Moorefield. Katherine Ann 525 N. Monroe Street. Arlington. Va. 

Moreland. Betty Jane Lewis Street. \'ienna, Va. 

Morgan, Jane iloorman Gladys, Va. 

Morgan, Marshall Wray . . • Skipwith, Va. 

Morris. Betty Lou Kt. 3. Charlottesville. Va. 

Morris. Elsie -\iae Proffit. Va. 

Morris. Jeanne Kathleen Mt. Craw-ford, Va. 

Morris. Martha Jeraldine Standardsville, Va. 

Morrison Jean Hotinger ■ Rt. 3. Lexington. Va. 

Morrison. Lura June 4121 Crestwood Road, Richmond. Va. 

Morrison. Mary Jean 4121 Crestwood Road. Richmond. \'a. 

Morrison. Nancy \\ alker 116 \\ asena Avenue. Roanoke. \ a. 

Morrison. Ruth \\ ilson Rt. 3. Lexington, Va. 

Mottern. Jane Juanell ■ 745 Country Club Drive. Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 

Moubray. Betty Ann Mt. Solon. Va. 

Mowbray. ElsieMay 3961 Fauquier .Avetiuc. Richmond. Va. 

Mover. Betty Catherine Middleburg. Va. 

Moyer. Eugenia Mac Gordonsville. Va. 

Moyer. Mary Lee • Middleliurg. Va. 

Muire, Martha Earler.e 9 N. Confederate .Avenue. Sandston. Va. 

Mundy. Beverly Jo.Ann Elkton. Va. 

Munson. Irene Florence R. D. 2. Franklin I'ark. Falls Church. Va. 

Murray. Betty Joe Fairlawn. Covington, Va. 

Musick. Sally Elizabeth • Splashdam. Va. 

Myers. .Anne Rosalie 1400 Hami}ton Blvd. Norfolk. Va. 

Myers. Barbara Ellen Raccoon Ford. Va. 

Nanney. Amelia .Armstrong • South Hill. \ a. 

Napier. Helen Frances Covesville. Va. 

Nash. Mr. William Nelson 31 Cantrell .Avenue. Harrisonburg. Va. 

Nealon. Catherine .Anne • HIE. Virginia .Avenue. Phoebus. Va. 

Neathery. Gcraldine Brooks 116 Washington Street. Portsmouth. Va. 

Nelson, .Angelia Ruth ■ Pocahontas. \\ . Va. 

Nethers. .\Iarv Ellen Rt. 2. Winchester. Va. 

Newman. Mr. lack Binford ■ Montvale. Va. 

Newmon. Emnia Jane 18 N. W. 1 10th Street. Miami, Fla. 

Newton, Patricia Ann Lucketts, Va. 



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Newton, Virginia Garland King George, Va. 

Nicholas, Barbara Louise Keller, ' Va. 

Nichols, Mr. Baylor Erdman. ,. Keller, Va. 

Nicholson, Nancy Armistead 203 Ferguson Avenue, Hilton Village, Va. 

Noel, Elise Virginia Hylas, Va. 

Norman, Carol Birckhead 1112 Koseneath Road, Richmond, Va. 

Norwood, Ellen Earline Brunswick Avenue, Emporia, Va. 

Norwood, Marian Bettie Brunswick Avenue, Emporia, Va. 

Nutting, Judith Anne 150 Devonshire Court, Rochester, N. Y. 

O'Brien, Eunice Nora Rt. 1, Winchester, Va. 

O'Brien, Sarah Elizabeth Box 283, Warrenton, Va. 

Ogilvie, Virginia Lois Village Road, Nassau, Bahamas 

O'Neal, Charlotte Marie Rt. 1, Bo.x 246, Ameha, Va. 

Oothoudt, Charlotte Alarie Alanassas, Va. 

Orndorff, Anne Delle ■ Strasburg, Va. 

Owen, Beulah Hunter , Skipwith, Va. 

Owen, Janet i\Iarie • Skipwith, Va. 

Owens, Nellie Evelyn (Nurse ) Stanley, Va. 

Pace, Rose Marie • Ridgeway, Va. 

Packett, Helen W iatt 101 Franklin Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Painter, Sarah Helen 129 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Palmer, Barbara Alarguerite 2512 Chesapeake Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Palmore, Eleanor Earl Winston, Va. 

Palmore, Jacqueline Winston, Va. 

Pamplin, Barbara Alarie ■ 223 Cameron Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Pankey, Nina Elizabeth 457 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Parker, Jean ^larie 1424 Elm Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Parnell, Alary Nancy ■ Chester, Va. 

Parron, Rose Enthall 8715 Granby Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Parrotta, Marie Eleanor 314 Park Hill Avenue, Yonkers 5, N. Y. 

Parson, Gracie Byrd Cullen, Va. 

Parson, Jean Frances 522 W. Burke Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Pasher, Jacqueline Elizabeth 1340 W. Clifton Blvd. No. 10, Lakewood 7, Ohio 

Patterson, Ellen Elizabetli Bridgewater, Va. 

Payne, Catherine Virginia ■ 914 N. Staflford Street, Arlington, Va. 

Paynter, Frances Joy Ellard, Va. 

Peak, Mary Elizabeth ... .Long Island, Va. 

Pearl, Doris Lucinda Port Republic, Va. 

Peed, Nancye Louise ■ Owens, Va. 

Penn, Nancy Ruth 923 Laburnum Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Perdue, Barbara Lee ■ Keysville, Va. 

Perkinson, Florence Joyner 313 E. Oxford Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Perkinson, Jean Carrol • 418 Granite Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Person, Janie Marie 115 Lee Avenue, Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Va. 

Peters, Virginia Caroline Catlett, Va. 

Peterson, leanne Grey 6038 Westwood, Terrace, Norfolk 8, Va. 

Peterson, "Lucy Ellen 510 W, 37th Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Pettitt, Mary Jacqueline 138 Claremont Avenue, Hampton, Va. 

Pfluger, Doris Maude 39 Franklin Street, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Phalen, Anna Carolyn 542 Collicello Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Phelps, Marjorie Lou 11 West Princeton Circle, Lynchburg, Va. 

Phillips, Joseph Lee • Rt. 1, Evington, Va. 

Phillips, Ruth Elizabeth Rt. 1, Evington, Va. 

Pickrcl Teanette Alease 901 8th Street, .Altavista, Va. 

Pickrel, 'Shiricv, Mae 901 8th Street, Altavista, Va. 

Pierce, Elizabeth .\ntoinette Rt. 3, Box 253, Suffolk, Va. 

Pierce, Emily Baird n6 Cambridge .Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Pincus, Jane' Marilyn • 810 Redgate Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Pitt, Marion E\ clyn 210 Edgevale Road, Baltimore, Md. 

Pole, Marjorie Lucille -705 E. King Street, Strasburg, Va. 

Pope, Bernice Cora Brandywine, W. Va. 

Powell, Ann Redding 3423 Marshal! Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Powell, Margaret Gordon Birdsncst, Va. 

Powell, Mary Elizabeth ■ Rt. 2, Bri<lgcwater, Va. 

Powers, Rubyc Tyler 744 Arnold Avenue. Richmond, Va. 

Powers, Sarah Frances 1308 West Washington Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Prasse, Jeanne 2022 Maplewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Preston, Elizabeth Myers 1704 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Price, Margaret Anne • Marion Station, Afd. 

Printz, Ramona .-Vnn 29 Blue Ridge Avenue, Luray, Va. 

Pritchett, Tovce Gray Mine Run, Va. 



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Pritchett, Mary Alice 117 Spring Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Pugh. Jean Elizabeth 315 60th Street, Newport News, Va. 

I'ullcn. Kathleen Annie E. High Street, Luray, Va. 

PuUy, Anne Engle Kt. 1, Hilton \illage, Va. 

I'urcell. Mary Margaret 120 E. Elizabeth Street, Harrisonburg, \ a. 

Purgitt, Rebecca B 108 Cherrv Place, Falls Church, Va. 

Purvis, Angie Marie Shipman, Va. 

Quinn, Rosemary Theresa 905 .-Kvenue M, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Quinn, Shirley Ann Hot Springs, \"a. 

Rader, Alice Ellen Nace, Va. 

Rady, Jacqueline Shields 1504 I'almyra Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Raine, Sue James (Special) Harrisonburg, V'a. 

Rainey, Jean Frances 19 Biloxi Place, Ferguson Park, Newport News, Va. 

Rainey, Nancy Jane 1029 Park -\ venue, CoUingswood, N. J. 

Rainey, \irginia Doris 19 Biloxi Place, Ferguson Park, Newport News, Va. 

Ramsey, Matha Cook 313 i_anghorne Lane, Lynchburg, Va. 

Ray, Beulab Lee (Nurse) Singers Glen, Va. 

Ray, Frances Elaine ■ 29 Jefferson Avenue, College Court, Phoebus, Va. 

Ray, Mary Page 728 Lee Street, Danville, Va. 

Reeder, Margaret Bayard Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Reeves, Anna Clarice Marine Barracks, Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Va. 

Reid, Margaret \irginia 123 Cumberland Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Reininger, Helen Louise Charles Town, W. Va. 

Reisinger, Lois Ann • Gordonsville, Va. 

Remick, Edith Elsom Smithfield, Va. 

Retterer, Betty Carter 1617 Latrobe Street, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Renter, Margaret Louise 129 Bernard Road, Fort Monroe, Va. 

Reynolds, Frances Alaybelle Golddale, Va. 

Reynolds, Irene Huntingdon 326 Cedar Avenue, \'inton, Va. 

Reynolds, Phyllis Marquerite 225 Bellevuc Street, Danville, Va. 

Rhodes, Doris Jean 2i2 Cantrell Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Rice, Doris Mae 206 27th Street, X'irginia Beach, Va. 

Rice, June Elizabeth 1670 S. Vermont Street, Arlington, \'a. 

Richards, Kathryn Witwer 869 Gephart Drive. Cumberland, Md. 

Richardson. Bessie Ellen (Sp. Music) 245 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Richardson, Cabell Doris • 9th Street, Front Royal, Va. 

Richmond. Billy Beaty 110 10th Street, Norton, Va. 

Riggins, Betty Jane Rt. 3, Box 401, Hampton, Va. 

Rinehart. Laura Elizabeth 1005 New Hampshire Avenue, Lvnchburg, Va. 

Ring, Mr. Jack Austin 328 11th Street. S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Ringle, Pegg\' Joyce ( Nurse) .Shenandoah Avenue, Shenandoah, Va. 

Ritchie, Charlotte Elizabeth Rt. 2, Box 43. Broadway, Va. 

Ritchie, Margaret Neff Rt. 1. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Ritchie, Mildred Ann Rt. 1, Dinwiddle, Va. 

Ritenour, A'ivien May Clark 223 King Street, Strasburg, Va. 

Robbins, Kathrvn • Mason Street. Smithfield, Va. 

Roberts, .\lma Gertrude 2507 N. 11th Street, .Arlington, Va. 

Robertson. Marv Evelvn 416 London Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Robertson, Mildred Ma'rie Monroe, Va. 

Robertson, Mozelle Dudley • .\xton, Va. 

Rodes, .\lene Odum Rt. 5, Lexington, Va. 

Rogers, Mrs. Georgia Frances (Sp. Music) Swift Run, Va. 

Rogers, Nancy Jane ■ 39 Euclid .-Kvcnue. Waterburg, Conn. 

Rogers, Rebecca 18 Runway Drive. Baltimore 20, Md. 

Rorrer,' Helen Stuart Galax, Va. 

Rosazza, EdleA" Marie \ me Street, Bedford, Va. 

Rosenbaum. Reba Stickley ■ Tonesville, Va. 

Rosenberger, Phyllis Price (Nurse) Main Street. Bridgewater, \ a. 

Ross, Potlvanna.' • Stuart, Va. 

Rowe, Dorothv Marie Rt. 2, \\ illiamsport, Md, 

Rubin, Sally Ann 793 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rudas'ill. Marv Alpha \\oodville, Va. 

Ruff. Mr. Edward Findlay Bedford, Va. 

Russell, Marv Elizabeth ■ Clarksville, Va. 

Rutter, Norma Elizabeth • 1709 Charleston Avenue, Portsmouth, \ a. 

Sager Jean Louise • P. O. Box 1, Maurertown, Va. 

Sampson, Marv Eustace. . . .' "The Orchards," Gordonsville, Va. 

Sanders, Amv Edith Rt. 1. \ lenna, Va. 

Sanford, Doris Allen i ; ; ■ ^.""t ross V a. 

Saunders. Ruth Elizabeth 3206 \\ isconsm .Avenue, W ashnigton. DC. 

Savage, Eugenia 13 W . Masonic \ lew, .Alexandria, Va. 



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Savage, Kathleen 13 W. Masonic View, Alexandria, Va. 

Sayrc, Louise Miller (Nurse) 925 Grayson Avenue, W'ayneslioro, Va. 

Scarborough. Helen I'age Carson, Va. 

Schindell, Jacqueline 354(5 Brest Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Schink, Jane Anne 133 Third Street, Niles, Ohio 

Schmitz, Luis Emily ■ Rt. 1, Vienna, Va. 

Schulz, Ann Chishulm 320 Spruce Street, Stcelton, I'enn. 

Scott, .Alice Llixaheth 530 Western A\ enue. Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Scott, Elizabeth Gray Rt. 4, Box 525, Richmond, Va. 

Scott, Evalyn Genevieve 1039 I'almetto Street, Roanoke, Va. 

Scott, Grace Manville 19 East Clay Street, Salem, Va. 

Scort, Maxine Wilberger Port Republic, Va. 

Sears, Alice 73S Yarmouth Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Seay, Sarah Barksdale 1831 \arina Avenue, I'etersburg, Va, 

Sfcibel, Sylvia Lenore Rt. 1, Roanoke, Va. 

Seidman, Irene Rose ■ 24 Woodland Street, I'ortsmuuth, Va. 

Sellers, Sliirley Daphne Rt. 4, Suffolk. Va 

Sellers, Mr. Walter Jacob, Jr Rt. 1, Broadway, Va. 

Settle, Rebecca Ann ■ Rt. 1, Rawlings, Va. 

Sewell, Mary Bob 2526 Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Shackltford, Myrtle Eugenia Messick, Va. 

Shallcross, Johanna Lee • 110 Bank Street, Suffolk, Va. 

Shaner, Betty Mateer 309 Latcher Avenue, Lexington, Va. 

Shank, Goldie Faye (Nurse) ■ Mt. Crawford, Va. 

Shank, Donald Eugene Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shaver. Polly Jean ■ Mt. Crawford, Va. 

.Shaw, Barbara lane Bassett, Va. 

Shaw, Jane Hardy Franklin Street, South Hill, \'a. 

.Sliectz, Patricia Ann 219 Center .Avenue, Greensburg, Penn. 

Sheffield, Betty Ann ■ Lovingston, \"a. 

Shetlield, Kitty Lee 311 W . Carolina Avenue, Crewe, \ a. 

Shelley, Jean Louise • 3900 Gwyn Oak Avenue, Baltimore 7, Md. 

Shepherd, Anna Preston Palmyra, \'a. 

Sherman, .Alice Gray ■ Belleview Avenue, Orange, Va. 

Sherman, Doris Marie 2314 I hestnut Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Sherman, Tane Belleview Avenue, Orange, Va. 

Shifflett, >Ir. Carl O. Jr McGaheysville. Va. 

Shifflette, Frances Myrtle 314 3rd Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Shiflet, Elsie Mae (Nurse) Hinton, Va. 

Shiflet, Frances Leth 811 .S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shifley, Mary Frances. . • Ewing, Va. 

Shirkey, Retha Athey 237 Miller Street, Winchester, Va. 

Shomo, Peggy Jean Middlebrook Road, Staunton, Va. 

Short, Elinor Jane Greenbackville, Va. 

.Sliorter, Shirley Mae 301 Henry Street, Cambridge, Md. 

Showalter, .Anria Lee (Nurse) Rt. 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Showalter, Helen Stickley. . ■ Weyers Cave, Va. 

Showalter, Mr. Walter Raymond. Jr 220 Dixie .Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shrieves, Esther, Ward Exmore, Va. 

ShufFlebarger, Ann Kathryn 2008 Hillcrest Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

ShufFlebarger, Margaret Ellen. . ■ Ceres, Va. 

Shuf ord, Easlev Rhodes Appomattox, Va. 

Shuler, Mary F'rances Rt. 1, Box 45, Elkton, Va. 

Shumake, Nellie Lou Rt. 1, Grottoes, Va.. . 

Shumate, Velva Nettie ■ Falls Church, Va. 

Shure, Sylvia Gertrude 1214 Woodrow .Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Siliert, Anne Preston 520 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sibert, Elizabeth Bolen 520 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Simmons, Alda Lorraine • • ■ ■ Franklin, W. \'a. 

S.mmons, Shirley Vaughan liranchville, Va. 

Simpson, Frances Annette • Danville, Va. 

Simpsiin, Ruth Lee Pnrcellville, Va. 

Sims, Shirley Althea 241 Maple .Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Sira, Geneva Fulton 1002 Russell Street, Bristol, Va. 

Slaughter, Helen Jean (i04 Prospect .Avenue, Pulaski, Va. 

Sloan, Beatrice Pauline Stephens City, Va. 

Slusher, Margarette Ruth 603 Progress Street, Blacksburg, Va. 

Smiley, Marv Elizabeth Glasgow, Va. 

Smith, Betty lean 568 South High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Smith' Mr. David Luther Rt. 3, Harrisonburg, A'a. 

Smith, Mrs. Eleanor Watts 85 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Smith, Frances Carolyn Maidens, Va. 

Smith, Genevieve Norma Franklin, W. \ a. 



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Smith, Gladys Etholene Kt 1 Crewe \'a 

^miili, Hazel Gertrude yiO \\ ,ll,„rii Avenue, South Bostoti, \a 

Smith, Helen Louise H/ tumherland Mreet, Cumlierland Md 

Smith, Jean .Mane - 221 K. Baltimore Street, Hagerstown, Md 

Smith, Juha Lewis 2 Maple Avenue, Lexington, Va 

Smith, Madeline Heteher .Baity, Va 

Smith, Martha Jane i(\h lUth Street K.\l., Williamson Road, Roanoke Va 

^""'l'' }\^.7 ^''.'■- ■,■ ^"g^"" ''i-uve, W . \a. 

Smith, Mildred Kuth 31: t.ree..way Drive, Grove Park, Portsmouth, \"a. 

Snapp, Gwyndolyn Kuth. . • Bo.k 641, Martinsville, Va 

Snead, Crystal Hope /Of Hinlon Avenue, Charlottesville, \a. 

Snedegar, Jean Ann 407 V\ estover A\ ciiue, Ghent, Roanoke 15. \a. 

Sneed, Frances Lee oC9 X. King Mreet, Hampton, \a. 

Snellings, Mr. Andrew Beryl, Jr 8C0 Daniel Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Snider. Bonnie Jean Kt. 1, Marion. Va. 

Snowdcn, Jeanne Mealli School Street, Chester, Va. 

Snyder. Leah Kathryn (Nurse) B<ix 92, Mt. Crawford, \a. 

Solan, Mildred Ann 2926 Hawthorne Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Sollenberger, Janet Elizahetli Woodstock, \'a. 

Sorenson, Dons \\ ille (Special) St. James Koad, Lake Grove, Long Island, X. Y. 

Soukup, Margaret Elaine Glen Allen, \a. 

Sours, Mary riyler • Rt. 2, Box 54, Chatham, Va. 

Sours, Patsy Jane Box 14, Chatham, \a. 

Southern, Mary Elizabeth Rt. 2, Box 244, Pulaski, \'a. 

Sowers, \ einer May 4 Oak Ridge Avenue, Schoolfield. \a. 

Spangler, Mr. Richard Edwin 594 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Speight, Anne Marshall 3231 Kensington Avenue. Richmond, \a. 

Spencer, Shirley Louise • Kt. 1, Protlit, \"a. 

Spiers, Sara Florence 1926 Princess Anne Avenue, Richmond Zi, \'a. 

Spiro, Audrey R 360 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn 18, X. Y. 

Spitler, Mary Ellen Greenville, \'a. 

Spivey, Helen 2414 South Ives Street, Arlington, Va. 

Spivey, Lillian Estelle Box 445, Smithfield, Va. 

Splaun, Gladys Walton ■ Af ton, Va. 

Sjiradlin, Ethel Ordell Goodview, Va. 

Springmann, Florence Emma 3616 Washington, Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Springmanii. Lila Taylor 3616 Washington Street, \\ ilmington, Del. 

Sprinkle, Mr. Philip Martin 215 Oakdale Street. Martinsville, \a. 

Sprouse, Joan Gordonsville, \a. 

Squyres, Helen Laverne 1009 N. Vermont Street, Arlington, \"a. 

Stanley, Rosetta • Appomattox, \'a. 

Staples, Jane Bishop 550 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Staples, Madeline Marie 919 Avon Street, Charlottesville, Va. 

Starke, \'irginia Page ■.. Rt. 1. Richmond, Va. 

Starling, Anne Maria Rt. 1, Leaksville, X. C. 

Starr, Elaine Estep • 2 Wynnewood Court. Xarberth, Penn. 

Steele, Bettie Marie 3010 Dunleer Koad. Baltimore 22, Md. 

Stein, Barbara Frances 1201 \\ est Wyoming Avenue, Philadelphia 40, F'enn. 

Stephens, Clara Pauline High Street, Edinburg. Va. 

Sterling, 1 )oris Jane 72(X) A Park Drive, Newport Xews, Va. 

Sterling, June Courtney 615 \ irginia Avenue, Norfolk 8, Va. 

Stewart, Patricia Lee 1920 Kenwood Blvd., Roanoke, N'a. 

Stickley, Doris Dora Strasburg, \'a. 

Stine, Elinor Lois. . • 707 Bedford Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Stitler, Mrs. Xina Turner 557 E. Market Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Stone, Margaret Ann 254 Clinton Avenue, Big Stone Gap, \'a. 

Stout, Ann Louise Clearmont, Rt. 1, Martinsville, Va. 

Strader, Barbara Ann Pearisburg. Va. 

Strader, Sarah Elizabeth Pearisburg, \"a. 

Stratton. Margaret Louise Concord Depot, \'a. 

Stretchberry. Betty Jo. . . ■ 233 Parkway. Winchester. \a. 

Strickland, Betty Anne 302 Ferguson Avenue, Hilton Milage, \'a. 

Stroop, 1 )orothy Frances Wyers Cave, \a. 

Sturgill, Helen Janet Box 12, Pound, \'a. 

Sullivan. Ruth Elizabeth 501 EUyson Street, South Boston, \'a. 

Sutherland, ISculah Anne Box 931, Grundy, Va. 

Suttcn, Jeanne Elizabeth Apex, N. C. 

Sutton, Joyce Langston Rt. 1, Danville, \a. 

Sutton, Rachel McLin Stonemill Road. .Abingdon. \'a. 

Swecker. Frances Celia • Blue Grass. \'a. 

Swinson, Xadine Emilia Hostess House. Quantico. \"a. 

Tate. Jane ElizatK?th East Main Street. Luray, \'a. 

Taylor, Henrietta Alice 5 N. C'onfederate Avenue, Sandston, Va. 



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Taylor, Mary Belle 1428 Prentis Avenue, Portsmouth, \'a. 

Taylor. Miriam Annette 412 Augusta A\ enue, Portsmouth, \'a. 

Taylor, Shirley Louise • Highland Springs, \"a. 

Thacker, Margaret Alease Church Road, \'a. 

Thomas, Ann Stratton ■ Rt. 3. Lynchburg, \"a. 

Thomas, Betty Lou 708 Charlotte Avenue. Sanf ord, X. C. 

Thomas, Martha Ree ■ 186 Howeland Circle, Danville, \"a. 

Thompson, Carol Marie Warm Springs, \'a. 

Thompson, Dorothy Elizabeth Hotel Zinzendorf, Winston Salem, X. C. 

Thompson, Martha Jane Glen Allen, \'a. 

Thompson. Mary Lucille ■ . . . Rt. 2, Fairfax, \'a. 

Thompson, Mr. Richard Grant 812 Lafayette Blvd., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Thompson, Thelma Ruth Box 106, Rt. 1, Broadway, \'a. 

Thompson, Verm Joyce Rt. 1, Box 74, \'ienn'a, \'a. 

Thorne, Elizabeth Hardwick 15 E. Kirby .Avenue. Zone 2, Detroit, Mich. 

Thornhill, Elsie Carson • Appomattox, \'a. 

Tiller, Eleanor Glynn Ridgewood Road, Bassett, Va. 

Toms, Phyllis Jean • Heards, Va. 

Tonner, Jeanette Marian 17 Warren Street, Xeedham. Mass. 

Tramel, Myrtle Lee • . . . Rt. 1, Danville, Va. 

Travers, Catherine Childs Stephenson, Va. 

Trumbo. Eva .-\nn , 240 X'. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Trumbo. Jacqueline X'ancy Rt. 3, Bo.x 27. \'ienna, Va. 

Trussell, Mary Ann - Purcellville, Va. 

Tsitera, \'oula 3115 West .Avenue, Newport X'ews, \'a. 

Tuck, Carolyn Phyllis 1603 Main Street, South Boston, Xa.. 

Turner, Audrey Loma 64 Rosemont .\venue. East Paterson, X'. J. 

Turner, Mr. David Harold 557 E. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Turner, Sarah Hancock Moneta, \'a. 

L'pchurch, Shirley Ann ■ 705 X'. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. 

Upshaw, Thelma Elaine Bagby, Va.. 

\^anD}-ck, Gracie Lee 320 Fourth Street, Portsmouth. \'a. 

\'aughan, Corrinna Josephine Box 62, Burkeville, \'a. 

\ aughan, Elizabeth Louise 1838 Wyoming Avenue, X. W., Washington, D. C. 

\"aughan. Ruth Joyce 113 N. 4th Street. Hopewell, Va. 

^"iar, Frances Irene 402 Chestnut Street. Buena \'ista, Va. 

\"olker, Carolyn Elizabeth • Betterton, Md. 

Wagg>-, Lois Frances Mustoe, Va. 

\\ agner, Eva Elizabeth ■ 223 Culpeper Street. Culpeper, \'a. 

Wakeman, Ruby Maxine ( X'urse ) Edinburg, \'a. 

Walker, Gladys Lucille Rt. 1. Blackston'e, \'a. 

Walker, Laura katherine (X'urse) Rt. 4, Bedford, \'a. 

Walker, Margaret Louise Rt. 4, Bedford, \'a. 

Walker. Margaret Parker Box 71, Bedford, \'a. 

Walker. Marion Wenona Rt. 1. Blackstone, Va. 

Wallace. Jane Evelyn 3207 Commonwealth .Avenue, .Apartment B, .Alexandria. \"a. 

Walter. Anna Catherine 13 W. Mt. Ida .Avenue. Alexandria, \'a. 

Walton, Martha Ann Beaver Dam, Va. 

\\ard, -Anne Trueheart 946 20th Street, X'ewport New-s, Va. 

\\'ard. Hazel Elaine • X'assawadox, Va. 

Ward. Virginia Lee Clifton Street, Rt. 23, Lynchburg. \'a. 

Ward, ^'irginia Lee (Senior) Sutherlin. Va. 

Warren, Xancy lane Madison College, Harrisonburg. \'a. 

Waters. Ellen Fielder ■ Box 5. Dumfries. Va. 

Waters. Fern Elizabeth Rt. 14, Box 30, Richmond, Va. 

Watkins. Ruby Joyce 3900 W. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. 

Watson. Dorothy Dean 301 Piedmont Street, Culpeper, \'a. 

Watson, Lillian Elizabeth • Rt. 2, Forest. \'a.. 

Watson. Virginia Dale 4950 Perrysville Road, Pittsburg, Penn. 

Wawmack, ^lillicent Dae 1748 Ferr.dale -Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Weaver, Fmily .Sue ( Sp. Music) 484 \'irginia -Avenue, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Weaver. Gertrude 303 Letcher -Avenue. Lexington,- \'a. 

Weaver, Lelia Claudine Bri.ght wood. \'a. 

^^'eaver, Phyllis Elizabeth 182 Pannebaker .Avenue. Lewistown. Penn. 

Webb. Mildred lean 115 Delaware .Avenue, X'orfolk, Va. 

Weeks. Frances Louise Windsor Hills, Rt. 4, Box 137. Roanoke, Va. 

Weir. Frances 23 \\ . Boscawen Street. Winchester, Va. 

Welch, Tanice Mirie. . • 240 Hager Street, Ha.eerstowri, Md. 

Weller. Betty Kathryn Rt. 4, Staunton, Va. 

Wells, Irene Luceller Rt. 2, Rockv Mount, Va. 

Wells. Mar\- Carlton 103 S. Market Street, Petersburg, \"a. 



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U c Is, \ irgin a Louise 211 (. urwin Road, Roscmont, renn. 

>,"•'', -',•?'"■, '^*^'"-'' 1^ W. Oay Mrcet, Harrisonburg, \ a. 

\\ ense , Barbara Lee 1 13 \\ . Thoruapi.le Street, Chew Chase, Mil. 

\\ est, tugenia \\ inslow j(^,0 .\ohle Avenue, Richmond 22 \ a 

XV f 'iK 'rginia .\\ averly, \a. 

W heelbarger, Dons Levene Dayton \"-i 

Uheeler, Muriel Jane Howardsville', \a! 

W heeler, 1 hyllis tugenia tlktun \ld 

Uhetzel, Dorothy Jean (Nurse) '. . .'\ix."2, Box 22A,' cirantsville! lui 

,V.'"te, eora Jean IID ^. Ridglev Koad, Norfolk, \"a. 

\\ hite. Dons \ irginia -K,. 2, Portsmouth, \ a. 

\\ hue Dons W ilson Kt. 2, Cedar Bluff, Va. 

White, Mary Jeanette Berkeley Avenue, I'etersburg, \ a. 

Whitehead, Marionette Merdith ' CourtlantI, \a. 

Whitehouse, Annabelle Hayes 908 Hanover Street, Fredericksburg! Va 

W hitehurst, Elizabeth Princess Anne, \ a 

W hitesell, Ethel Mae Rt. 1, Staunton, Va. 

Wiley, Lois \ irginia L -24.--A Grays Hill X'illage, Fort Belvoir, Va. 

W ilkerson. Dorothea Louis Rt. 2, Evington, Va. 

W'ilkins, Betty Jane j32 James River Drive, Hilton \'illage', Va! 

Wilkins, Shirley Pembroke /iji Michigan Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

W ilkins. \'irginia Catherine Mt. lackson \'a 

W ill, Mary Marie .Mt. Crawford,' \"a! 

W ilhams, Ann Carter. 941 Wvandotte Avenue, Big Stone Gap, \a. 

W illiams, Elizabeth Lael 216 Hough Avenue, Norfolk 6, \'a. 

W ilhams, Johanna Ernestine 510 Homestead Avenue, Hampton, \a. 

Williams. Shirley Ann 1111 College Avenue, No. 4, Norfolk, \'a. 

Williams, X'irginia Elizabeth Baskerville, \'a. 

Williamson, Mary Seaborn -207 Suffolk Avenue, Petersburg,' \'a. 

W illis, Ida Mae 1601 Washington Street, Hollywood, Fla. 

W ills, Annie Barita ■ Gladstone, \a. 

Wills, Lillian Elizabeth Box 188, Suffolk, Va. 

W ilsher, Eloise Elizabeth • Amherst, Va. 

W ilson, Anna Page 112 Randolph Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Wilson, Betty Anne 664 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Wilson, Elizabeth Anne Rockbridge Baths, Va. 

Wilson, Laura Jane • Back River Road, Hampton, Va. 

W ilson. Nancy Ruth | 3020 Stuart Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Wilson, Shirley Marguerite 2906 Henrico Street, Norfolk 2, Va. 

Wine, Hazel Elizabeth Rt. 1. Bridgewater, Va. 

Winn. Barbara Anne ■ Rt. 5, Danville, Va. 

Wiseman. Mary Madeline Rt. 1, Staunton, \'a. 

W ithers. Winfred Jane Haynesville. \'a. 

Woelfel. Margarete (Sp. Music) 44 Weaver .Avenue, Harrisonburg, \"a. 

Wood, Jo Lee ■ Rt. 2, Box 198, Charlottesville. \a. 

Wood, Peggy Elaine 11th and E Street, West Point. Va. 

Woodfield, Helen Carolyn Damascus, Md. 

Woodruff, Bobbie Sue Petersburg, \'a. 

Woodward. Ricie Louise ■ Hylas, Va. 

Woolfe, Mr. William Buxton 358 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Wootten, \'irginia Lane 1915 Colonial Avenue, Norfolk, \'a. 

Worley, Jayne Countiss ■ 744 Webster Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Worthington. Elizabeth Kemper Box 986, Martinsville, Va. 

Wright. Anne Elizabeth Indian Head, Md. 

Wright. Doris Mildred Moneta, Va. 

Wright. Margaret Eugenia Troy, \'a. 

Wright, Virginia Dare ■ Moneta, Va. 

Yeatts. Elizabeth Ann Rt. 3. Chatham, Va. 

Yeatts, Lynda Hunter 1001 Broad Street, .\ltavista, \'a. 

Young. .Audrey Doris 126 Brown Street, .Appalachia, \'a. 

Young, Georgia Maxine (Nurse) Dayton, \'a. 

Younis. Ruth Agnes Amherst. Va. 

Yow, Nannie Juanita Franklin Street, South Hill, Va. 

Ziegler, Carrie Adean 3010 Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Zigler, Tane Wine (Nurse) Rt. 1, Box 280. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Zirkle. Louie Claudia. . • Box 36. New Market, Va. 

Zirkle. Mae Bostick 775 S. Mason Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 



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INDEX 



OPI'.X 1 X( ; SI-.CTK )X 1-10 

CLASSES 11-76 

Senior Pniuls 12-31 

Junior I'anuls 32-45 

Sophomore Panels 46-59 

Fresliinan Panels 60-75 

AD.MIXISTRATION 77-92 

ORGANIZATIUXS 93-158 

Student Government 94-95 

Honor Organizations 96-97 

V. \y. C. A 100-102 

Church Groups . 103-109 

Publications 110-113 

Honor Societies 114-117 

Sororities 118-129 

Music Groups 130-136 

Scribblers 137 

Dance Clubs 138-141 

Special Interest Clubs 142-157 

ATHLETICS 159-174 

Athletic Association 160-161 

Mercury Club 162-163 

Hockey 164-165 

Tennis 166-167 

Basketball 168-169 

Swimming 170 

Archery 171 

Minor Sports 172-173 

SCHOOL LIFE 175-186 

Activities 176-183 

Calendar 184-185 

FEATURES 187-202 

Class Features 188-195 

Madonna 196 

New-Girl Bride 197 

Miss Madison 193 

Who's Who 199 

May Day 20!) 201 

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Cab Stand and Office in Rear of Bus Lot 



PowelFs Taxi 



Office Phone 1455- 



-Residenoe Phone 251-^ 



. . Special Service For College Students . . . 



n eek-End Trips to the Following — Richmond, W ashington, Roanokf 



Harrisonburg, \ a. 



24 Hour Service 



CHIDNOFF STUDIO 

550 FIFTH AVENUE 



NE\^ YORK 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

FOR THE 

1947 SC HOO LM A'AM 



LONG 

DISTANCE 

SERVICE TO 

ALL POINTS 



HARRISONBURG 
TELEPHONE COMPANY 



WARNER BROS. 

VIRGINIA 

STATE and STRAND 

THEATRES 



HARRISONBURG 



VIRGINIA 



SHENANDOAH'S PRIDE DAIRY PRODUCTS 



All Shenandoah's Pridt- Milk antl Cream Uistrilnited in Harrisonhurg are 

Produced by Farms Especiall}' Equipped. jNIecting the Most Rigid Sanitary 

Regulations of Cit_v and State. 



. . We Invite Your Inspection of Our Farms and Plant 



PASTEURIZED MILK, CREAM. BITTER. BUTTERMILK, 
CHOCOLATE MILK, SKIM MILK 






FOR P,KTTI-:R dairy PRODL'CTS phone 328 

VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CO-OPERATIVE MILK 
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 



USE . . ICE . .CREAM . . FOR . . HEALTH'S . . SAKE 



COMPLIMENTS 



O F 



Imperial Ice Cream 



HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS 

OF 

MADISON COLLEGE 

LARGE AND MINIATURE 
RINGS 



Mail Inquiries Invited 

JAMES L. DECK 

403 East F"ranklin Street 
RICHMOND 19, VIRGINIA 



LOEWNER'S DINNER BELL 

121 South AIain Street 
Phone 415 



SERVICE IS SWELL 
AT THE DINNER BELL 

s« 

Open 6 :30 A. M. to 7 :30 P. M. 

^^'eek Days 

HUGHES' PHARMACY 

Savi- With Safety 

AT 

TiiK R1<:XA1.1, Stoke 
. . . PRESCRIPTIONS . . . 

Phone 1054 
7 E- Market St., Harrisoiihursr, \'.a. 



SHOP AT 

VALLEY BOOKS 

FlIK 

School Supplies 

Stationery 

% 

Parker 51 and Sheaffer Pen Sets 

Si 

82 South Main Street 


COVERS FOR THIS BOOK 

PRODUCED 

BY 

KINGSPORT 

PRESS, 

INC. 

Si 

KINGSPORT 
TENNESSEE 


MILES MUSIC CO. 

Records .... Sheet Music 
Radio Service 

35 Court Square 
Harrisonburg \'irginia 


compliments 

OF 

. . . MARKET'S . . . 

91 SoLTii Main Stkket 
Harrisonburg, \'irginia 


CoxMplete Food Market 

Visit Our New 
Bakery Department 

Si 

MICK-or-MACK 

lIARRISOXIURi; 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SEARS ROEBUCK 
and CO. 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

DOC'S GRILL 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

HOSTEI lER'S 
DRUG STORE, INC 

COSMETICS 

BY 

Yardley, Coty, Barbara Gould. 

Tiissy, Revlnn, Chen Yii. 

Hiidmit, Hoiibigant, 

Bourjois 

Ayers 

103 South Main Street 


...DENTONS... 

Oil The Square 

5i 

FURNITURE 

AND 

FLOOR COVERING 

Ji 
Offici(d Discount to Students 

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 


COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

W. T. GRANT COMPANY 


COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

RHODES JEWELRY CO. 

258 Sdutli Main Strcft 
Harrisonhur.c;, X'ir'^iiiia 


JARRELLE'S SHOE STORE 

92 S. ?\Iain St.. Harrisonburg. \'a. 
Phone 1445 

WE CARRV A COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY 

AWVERTISED PETERS SHOES FOP THE FAMILY 

VELVET STEP SHOES FOR WOMEN. 

CITY CLUB SHOES FOR MEN 

WEATHER-BIRD SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

WE FIT SHOES BY X-RAY 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

McCRORY'S 
FIVE and TEN 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

MYERS BUS SERVICE 



SPECIAL TRIPS 

OF 

ALL 

KINDS 



Harrisonburg 
City Bus Service 



"Congratulations! Graduates" 



'Better Clothing. Dry Goods. Shoes 
For Your Dollar " 




PHONE 1386J 
PARK VIEW. HARRISONBl'RG. VA. 

COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

JIM'S RESTAURANT 

390 North Main Street 

oOo 

Good Food — a Better Place to Eat 



:£& 



PATRON I ZE 



OUR 



ADVERTISERS 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

B. NEY & SONS 

opposite The Post Office and 

Just as Reliable 

Phmw l.-.l 
HARRISONBURG. VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

THE QUALITY SHOP 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

Arcade Cigar Stand 

AND 

Restaurant 



COMPLIMENTS 



O F 



BLATTS CLEANERS 





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"A SELBY SHOE" 

For Extra Smartness. 

For Solid Comfort. 

YOU'LL LOVE -EASY GOERS" 

STYLEEZ— TRU-POISE— ARCH PRESERVER 

Exclusive 'SELBY SHOES'' 

oOOoo 

F. BARTH GARBER, INC. 

Beautiful Shoes and Hosiery 
124 South Main Street Harrisonburg. Virginia 



COMPI.niENTS 




OF 


J. D. WAMPLER & SONS 


THE 


ss 


FAMOUS RESTAURANT 


...GROCERS... 


Si 


Phones 197198 


The Place Thai Satisfies Those 






157 North Main Street 


W ho Are Fussy About 


Harrisonburg. Virginia 


Their Food 




John W. Taliaferro Sons 


GIRLS . . . 


SPOTTSWOOD BUILDING---50 SOUTH MAIN St. 


For Loivf'st Cut Prices 


Harrisonburg Virginia 


GLENNS 




EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY 
REPAIRING 

Engraving and Diamond Setting 


FAIR PRICE STORE 


S3 Main Street. Harrisonburg. Va, 


COMPLETE LINE OF 


WE 


PARKER AND SHEAFFER PENS. INK, 
AND COLLEGE JEWELRY 


Develop and Print Kodak Film 


J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 


Kavonaugh Hotel 


I.%C0RPORATED 

5i 

\^ E OUTFIT THE FAMILY 


and Coffee Shop 


sg 


^ 


North Main Street 


HARRISONBURG. VIRGINIA 


Harrisonbura;. ^ a. 


LOEWNER'S MUSIC SHOP 


PRICKETT 


The Friendly Music Store 
5g 


STATIONERY CORP. 


Records Sheet Music 


58 

BUSINESS SYSTEMS 


Musical Instruments 


AND 


ACCESS3RIES 


EQUIPMENT 


17 East Market Street 
Harrisonburg. Virginia_ 


5i 
65 East Market Street 
Harrisonburg. Virginia__ 



C O M P L I M E M S 



O F 



JOSEPH NEY b SONS 



Neat Jobs On INice Clothes 

HAYDEN'S 
DRY CLEANING WORKS 

165 North Main Street 
Harrisonburg. Virginia 

PHONE 274 



HEFNER'S 
JEWELRY STORE 

STATE THEATRE BUILDING 

Madison College 
JEWELRY 
A Specialty 



NEW FASHIONS 

AT A SAVING THAT PUTS AIONEY 
IN YOUR PURSE 

CHARLES STORES CO. 



"Shenandoah Valley's Largest and 
Most Popular Furniture Store" 

SCHEWEL 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

135 South Main Street 
Harrisonburg. Virginia 

Location of ScliPuel Stores 

Harrisonburg. Virginia 
Lynchburg. Virginia 
Alta Vista. Virginia 

Lexington. Virginia 
Danville, Virginia 

LuRAY. Virginia 



Williamson Drug Company 

A DRUG STORE WITH A SERVICE 
THAT SERVES 



Specializing in Prescriptions. Sick Room 

Supplies, Stationery. Candies, and 

the Exclusive Lines of Toilet 

Preparations and 

Treatment 



Harrisonburg 



VlRGI Nl A 



COMPLIMENTS 



O F 



F. W. Wooiworth Company 




Sometimes it is the nature of a craft to create an unbreakable tie between 
itself and the worker in that field, a heart attachment equal to lifetime devotion. 
One familiar example is PRIXTIXG. Once editor, once compositor, or press- 
man catches the spirit of the shop, the spell is seldom broken. Like the odor 
of a camp fire, or a whiff of salt air, the beloved tang of printer's ink, symboli- 
cal of a great profession, gets into \our heart and soul. School Annuals. 
Magazines, Newspapers and Special Printing, all smack of it. It is an invisible 
link that binds all intelligence together. It is the stimulus for creation in 
business or romance. This craftsmanship, this devotion to service and alert- 
ness to business needs, has nourished and developed an enormous industrial 
vitality, and whichever way the course of the future runs, the printer will 
always find himself able to adapt his helpfulness to new opportunity. 

)'ii!rs of cxpcrictice have taiif/lit us! Priiititifi Pays Us Only IVhcii It Pays Yonl 



McClure Printing Company 

THE RUNNELS PRESS 
COLLEGE ANNUALS AND CATALOGS FINE ADVERTISING PRINTING 

19 West Fre-dcriclc St. Phone 605 Staunton. \'ir!?inia 




On way to class — supposedly. . .Where we spend free hours and money (?)... Human nach- 
sluuul ? . . . Secrets on the drive . . . Typicalh collegiate . . . Engaged . . . Everyone's friend . . . Mock 

funeral. . .Back campus trip 




Xu haril feelings. . .Clashes— uh!. . .Is it fun?... Say you're hungry ?.. .Ydu look co-i'il. 
Cuddle babies. . .How about a ride?. . .Pretty? I should say! 




C'irciihir l'rien<ls. . . More action, please !.. .Wailing?. . ."Winter Wonderland". . .When the 
boys come from home. . .Stairsteps. . .Sweeping for an education. . .Sharing. . .Homework. . . 

Hungry? 




Don't Vdii think I'm cute? .. .What docs it say?. .. Hockey game... The Home Managemen: 
House haliy. . .It could be Dot, but it is .-Vnn. . .Hiking. . .Sisters. . .One too many. . . 

Snow down my neck 




Coffee before the dance. . .Wolfe. .. .A date for dance week end !.. .What a sight !... 1 k-cora- 

tions for German Club dance .A. workout. . .Open the door, Richard! When the hride 

caine down the aisle I. . .Good luck to all. . . .Cooperation, please ! 




'aint and mure paint. . .Moonlight anil roses . . .Love that man. . ..Ml fenced in. . .Sujiper hags 
.Can you beat that.. The Navy again. .. Co-eds. .The goats act.. The iierjielual bridge game 




rhi- ;iiif X . . .Our huusemi)ther. . . A teacher's pet... Snow la(l.\ . . . M rs. Caldwell. .. Hiirrj'ing. 
Spare that axe. . .Where's the lish?. . .Posing 




SNOW AT MADISON 




THE CAMPUS SUNDIAL 




Till': C(Jl,Ui\INS OF ASHBY 




A BACK-CAMPUS CHAT 







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