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JO JOHNSON 
Editor 

DAWN BREWER 
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PHYLLIS EPPERSON 
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THE SCHOOLMAAM 

1948 



Published by the Students 

of 

MADISON COLLEGE 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 



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TO THE MEMORY OF 

CONRAD TRAVIS LOGAN 

WE LOVINGLY DEDICATE THIS BOOK 



He was not too wise to talk with us, 
He was not too great to walk with us, 
He was never too old to he our friend. 



So vitally a part of the past and so definitely 
a part of the present, Conrad Travis Logan was our 
teacher and our friend. In his passing, the college 
and the city and the state have suffered a great 
loss. Almost half of his lifetime was given to the 
service of Madison College not only as head of the 
English department but as adviser of any faculty or 
student group that asked his help and advice. His 
inspiration was felt in every phase of our college 
life — intellectual and social. 

He made a lasting contribution to Harrisonburg 
and the neighboring counties during his presidency 
of the Rockingham Library Association since its es- 
tablishment in 1928 with his unwavering purpose to 
develop the town's reading room into a valuable 
public library. 

With his uplifting enthusiasm and energy, his 
alert, unfailing youthfulness, his keen sense of humor 
and his friendly smile, his kindly estimate of others, 
his love of home and neighbors, he has left us a 
goodly heritage. 




WILSON HALL 




FOREWORD 



OUR HEARTS IN THE PAST 

In the midst of our progress toward the future, we pause 
to turn our faces backward. We open the door of the past 
and look down the long corridor of yesterday. We see great 
hosts of Madison people, working, planning, giving, and shar- 
ing. In their living together they are forming the foundation of 
our college. The foundation has been made strong and per- 
manent with their gifts — gifts of Madison spirit, traditions, 
friendliness, and love. These people proudly pass their pre- 
cious gifts along the corridor until each of us at Madison re- 
ceives his share. Our hearts are grateful for the past, the 
past that has made our Madison. 




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CONTENTS 



CLASSES 

Girls and boys may come and go, but classes go on forever. The student 
generations through the years have studied, succeeded, and passed on the best of 
their scholastic lives to us. 



ADMINISTRATION 

Among our most beloved traditions we count our faculty members. Whether 
they be of long or recent standing at Madison, their wisdom and their friendships 
hold a secret place in our college hearts. 



ORGANIZATIONS 

The idea of social organization is old as man himself. In the beginning 
extra curricular activities were organized at Madison, and both their written anc 
unwritten laws are valuable in our group experiences today. 



ATHLETICS 

Physical exercise as it was regulated by rules from experience developed 
into games. Participants and spectators of earlier sports have instilled in our 
college personalities the traditions of good sportsmanship and "school spirit." 



SCHOOL LIFE 

"School life" is actually the essence of our college inheritance from a past 
Madison. It represents the intangible spirit, made up of tangible people, places, 
and things, of our college life. 



FEATURES 

Standards for campus recognition of outstanding students have been set up 
>y the selections of former class members. The girls themselves who have been 
:hosen as features each year hold a place in the chronicles of Madison. 



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CLASSES 




Senior Class 

Class History 



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By Nan Creel 



Reprinted from The 
ber 27, 1947. 



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BARBARA WENSEL 



The patter of raindrops on tine roof 
is usually very conducive to pleasant — 

dreaming, but most of us Seniors 
found it can also bring on nightmares. 
Yes, "September in The Rain" might 
well have been our theme song, for 
who can forget the great flood of 
1944? 

Mingling our tears with the raindrops in the gutters, we watched them flow 
away together. Then, with new umbrellas (whatever became of them.'') held 
high, we waded into our new roles as Madison freshmen. 

Then, as now, the burning question for the first several days was "Where does 
the line form?" This was subsequently reworded to "Where, if at all, does the 
line end?" But, by getting up at six o'clock and missing breakfast to "get there 
first," we finally got our books, post office boxes, and various sundries. (Who 
says history doesn't repeat itself!) 

Then for a few weeks those of us who just love a party were pleased by such 
social functions as the Big Sister-Little Sister party, Dr. and Mrs. Duke's recep- 
tion, and the usual round of teas. 

JULIA SMITH, PREXY 

With Julia Smith as our prexy and Miss Jansen as our sponsor, we. the larg- 
est Freshman Class to enroll at Madison up until that time, planned and organized 
our Class Day. Weeks and several boxes from home later found us (Queens for 
a Day!) sitting in the Seniors' seats, beaming approval at our excellent Class Da}' 
speaker, Miss Emily Kimbrough. 

Time changes but little. Knowledge and food we devoured with gusto; how- 
ever, it has long been known that in so far as knowledge and food are concerned, 
the only appetite comparable to that of the Madison freshman is the appetite of 
the adolescent boy. 

Speaking of adolescent boys reminds us that we had some dreamy dances 
Freshman year. Gee, it was hard to say "Goodnight" promptly. There is some- 
thing about a uniform, be it AMA, SMA, VPI, GI, or bell bottomed trousers. 



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Inez Creel, Annalee Messick, Betty Coyne, Barbara W'ensel, Margaret Hoggard, 

Angeline Matthews. 



VACATIONS! 

Thanksgiving, Christmas, snow, and ice melted into the past, and suddenly 
it was Spring — back with rustling shade and apple blossoms and sun bathing. 
California beaches had nothing over our back campus that year if the whistles 
of the crewmen on the local choo-choo and hedge-hopping airplanes are indicative 
of anything. 

Exams and May Day, and then it was all over except the packing and moving 
up in Assembly. Just think — Sophomores ! 

The wise little fools hit the campus in September, 1945, simultaneously with 
the annual monsoon. The war was over, and the current tune was "If I Loved 
You." So much for the background. 

HISTORY 

With firm resolve that we weren't going to let things pile up — including 
pounds — we did our work faithfully and left the nuts off our chocolate sundaes 
for the first two weeks. Then we got busy and sent these along with our other 



jd intentions to pave a certain place. 



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( radding around was considerable that year since there were lots of returning 
servicemen and we could ride during certain hours over the week end. 

Under the able direction of our president, Mary Lee Mover. Sophomore 
Class Day was a huge success, as well as our other class activities. More and 
more we were feeling and looking like college women. That is the year everybody 
cut bangs, isn't it? 

Scarcely had we cracked a book when exams overtook us and we do mean! 
We recuperated during Christmas vacation, however, made fresh resolutions, and 
started 1946 with new hope. "Hope springs eternal," somebody said. 

JUNIORS AT LAST 

Second quarter passed quickly as do all second quarters and we found our- 
selves in the final lap — moving up in Assembly again. Juniors! Could it be ? 

Juniors we were in September, 1946. Everyone will remember that when 
we arrived on campus the sun was shining. Not only that, Madison bad become 
co-ed! A lovely way, indeed, to begin the year. 

Leafing through our handbooks we found that we had unlimited week ends 
and immediately tried to arrange our schedules in order to avail ourselves of this 
privilege. 

Myrt Huntington was sounding the gavel that year, and we really got things 
done in a hurry ! The charming Dr. Gerald Wendt was our Class Day speaker, 
and although we realized it is not sophisticated to be wide-eyed, we were. 

Tempus sure does fugit with classes, exams, dances ( remember Panhellenic?), 
week ends off campus, and evenings in the library. March sneaked up on us along 
with elections for major and minor officers. The realization that we were the 
incoming Senior Class and that on our shoulders would rest the main responsibility 
in maintaining the ideals and standards that Madison College stands for hit us 
full in the face. 

WE'RE ELECTED! 
Everybody recalls Spring quarter of Junior year as the time when the pass 

word was, "When will 1 ever get it all done. There just isn't that much time." 

Somehow we met the deadlines, and with our remaining strength we scrambled for 

the Seniors' seats on moving-up daw Theoretically, this should have been our last 



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undignified act. Seniors conduct themselves with dignity at all times, of so we 

had been told. 

With skirts dragging the ground as is the fashion, the Seniors came to the 
campus in September, 1947, with mincing steps. How else can you step in three 
and a half inch heels? These same girls pushed ever and anon to screech with 
modulated voices at some friend on the other side of the campus. Yes, dignity is 
truly a characteristic of the Seniors. Yet despite the carefree exterior, we see here 
and there a wrinkle or gray hair and we notice that the hull sessions have more 
serious themes than in other years. 

GRADUATION 

We have continued to make excellent choices in class leaders and have as our 

president this year Barbara Wensel. With her help we made this the best year yet. 




THE LAST TIME WE MARCHED TOGETHER. 



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GLENDA RAE ALLEN MARGARET FRANCES ALLEN BERTHA MAY ANDREWS 



]'.. A. in Education 



B. S. 



B. S. 




ELEANOR LOUISE ANDREWS MARY VIRGINIA ASHBY 
B. S. in Education B. S. 



NANCY LEE BALLARD 
B. A. in Education 



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HAZEL RUTH BARNES 
B. S. 



VIRGINIA FRANCES BELL 
B. S. in Education 



MILDRED LINDSAY 

BORKEY 

]'. S. in Education 




ZELMA SUE BOSTIC 
B, S. in Education 



DREAMA EDERLE BOWEN 
I!. A. in Education 



ANNA CLAIRE BOWMAN 
I'i. S. in Education 




DOROTHY SUE BRANSON 
B. S. in Education 



SARAH KENDALL BRENT 
B. S. 



JUANITA DAWN BREWER 
B. A. in Education 




VIRGINIA DARE BRITTON 
B. S. 



ELIZABETH LOUISE 

BROOKS 

B. S. in Education 



BETTY LEE BROWN 
R, S. in Education 



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KATHERINE RUTH 

BUCKNER 

B. S. in Education 



ANNE WARD BUNTS 
B. S. in Education 



FOREST ANN BURFORD 




BARBARA ANNE CABE MARY ELLEN CALDWELL 



B. S. in Educati 



B. S. in Education 



JEWELL LEE CAMPBELL 
]'.. S. in Education 



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ANN COOPER 



BETTY MILLA COX ELIZABETH JUNE COYNE 



P>. S. in Education 



B. A. in Education 





CATHERINE ELIZABETH 

CRAUN 

B. S. 



MELBA INEZ CREEL 
11. A. in Education 



MARY MARGARET CROSS 
Withdrawn 



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ELMA REBECCA DARNELL BETTY IRENE DAVIS 



IV S. in Education 



B. S. in Education 



DOROTHY ELEANOR 

DICKERSON 

B. S. in Education 




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GLENNA ARDATH DODSON MARY HUNTER DREWEY MARY MARGARET DUNCAN 



B. S. 



B. A. in Education 



B. S. in Education 



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LILLIAN VIRGINIA 

DEMODENA 

B. S. in Education 



HELEN SHOWALTER EAVEY 
P>. S. in Education 



ALICE ROBERTA 

ENGLEMAN 

B. S. in Education 




OLA ATKINSON EPPERSON. 
B. S. in Education 



PHLLLIS GIBSON 

EPPERSON 

B. S. in Education 



ANNA BUTLER FAIRCLOTH 
B. S. 



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GLADYS VIVIAN FARMER 
&. S. in Education 



MARY BROWN FEAGANS 

B. S. in Education 



ELIZABETH ANN 
FERGUSON 

B. A. 




JUNE BOSWELL FINKS 
B. S. in Education 



LUCILLE FLOOK 

B. S. in Education 



EVELYN JUNE FOSNIGHT 

B. S. in Education 



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NANCY MALINDA FOSTER ETHEL CLORE GAINES BETTY JOAN GALLAGHER 

B. S. in Education B. S. in Education B. S. 




JOSEPHINE LEE GARBER 
B. S. in Education 



JEAN MOORE GILBERT 
B. A. in Education 



JANE GREY GOOCH 
B. A. 



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ELIZABETH READ GORDON 

B. S. in Education 



JOAN GRAEFF 



ELEANOR RUTH GREGORY 

B. S. in Education 




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LUCILLE ELIZABETH 
GRUBB 

B. S. 



DONNA JEAN HAIR 

B. S. in Education 



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LESLIE KATHERINE HALL 
B. A. in Education 



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JOYCE HAMMOND 

B. S. in Education 



WILMA FRANCES HAMPTON 
B. S. 



DORIS JUNE HARDY 
B. S. 




VIRGINIA YANCEY 
HARRISON 

B. S. in Education 



MARY KATHERINE 
HAUGHT 

B. S. 



MARJORIE FRANCES 
HAWTHORNE 



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MABEL LOUISE HENDERSON JEAN ANN HIGGINS IDA AUDREY HINTON 



B. S. in Education 



B. S. in Educati 



B. S. in Education 




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MARGARET BRADSHAW 

HOGGARD 

11. S. in Education 



JOAN HOLBROOK 

I!. S. 



PEGGY MORGAN HOLLIS 

B. S. 



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BETTY LEE HOOVER 
B. S. 



RUBY ANNE HORSLEY 

B. S. 




GLADYS LOUISE 

HOSTETTER 
B. S. in Education 




NELLIE FRANCES 

HOTINGER 

B. S. in Education 



FRANCES ESTELLE 

HUNDLEY 

B. S. in Education 




MARY LOUISE 
HUNTINGTON 

B. S. in Education 



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BARBARA LEE JAMESON MARY BARBARA JARVIS 

B. S. B. S. in Education 



JEAN BUNDY JESSEE 
B. S. 




ERNESTINE REA JOHNSON 
B. S. in Education 



JO ANN JOHNSON 

B. S. in Education 



MARGARET EARL JOHNSON 

B. S. 



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ALICE MERCEY JONES 
11. A. in Education 



MARY ALICE JOYNER 
B. S. 



CECIL ANN KELLEY 
]'>. S. in Education 




VERNITA FAYE KING 
B. S. in Education 



JOAN MARIE KIRBY 
B. A. 



HELEN LEE KOONTZ 
B. S. 



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PEGGY ANN LEASE 



WANDA LEE LEWTER 
I'.. S. in Education 



SUE KIRK LIPPS 
B. S in Education 




JANICE REBECCA LOHR RUBY ALLENE MANN 

B. S. I!. S. 



ELIZABETH PAGE MATHEWS 
B. S. 







ANGELINE MATTHEWS 
1!. S. in Education 




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MARGARET WILSON 

MATTHEWS 

B. S. in Education 




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ELIZABETH ANN MATTOX 
T>. S, in Education 





DOROTHY JEAN MEEKINS ELIZABETH CLARK MEEKS 



B. S. in Education 



B. S. in Education 






ANNALEE MESSICK 
B. S. in Education 



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ROSE MARIE MITCHELL VIRGINIA PAGE MOFFETT 



B. S. in Education 



B. S. in Education 



JEAN HOTINGER 

MORRISON 

B. S. in Education 




MARY LEE MOYER 
B. S. 



ANNE ROSALIE MYERS 
B. S. in Education 



GLORIA CEGELSKI 

McCARTY 

I!. S. 



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RAMONA FAWLEY McCARY 
B. A. 



JANE MARSHALL 

McMURRAN 

B S in Education 




BONNIE LOUISE NEFF 
B. A. in Education 




ROSE MARIE PACE 
11. S. in Education 



BARBARA MARGUERITE JACQUELINE ELIZABETH 

PALMER PASHER 

B. S. in Education B. S. in Education 



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FRANCES JOY PAYNTER MARY ELIZABETH PEAK 



B. S. 



11. S. in Education 



MARJORIE LOU PHELPS 
B. S. 




JANE MARILYN PINCUS 
B. A. 



MARJORIE LUCILLE POLE 
B. A. 



ALICE ELLEN RADER 
1!. S. in Education 



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FRANCES ELAINE RAY ANNA CLARICE REEVES 



B. S. in Educati 



1'. S. in Education 



MARGARET VIRGINIA 

REID 

B. S. in Education 




BILLY BEATY RICHMOND ALENE ODUM RODES NANCY JANE ROGERS 



B. S. in Education 



B. S. in Educati 



B. S. 



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GRACE MANVILLE SCOTT ANNA PRESTON SHEPHERD ALICE GRAY SHERMAN 



B, S. in Educati 



I'.. S. in Education 




MARY FRANCES SHULER SHIRLEY ALETHA SIMS GENEVA FULTON SIRA 



B. S. in Education 



B S. 



1!. S. in Educatio 



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FRANCES CAROLYN SMITH JULIA LEWIS SMITH GWYNDOLYN RUTH SNAPP 



II. S. 



I!. S. in Education 




MARGARET ELAINE SOUKUP 
B. A. 



HELEN SPIVEY LILA TAYLOR SPRINGMANN 



B. S in Educati 



B. S. in Education 



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HELEN LAVERNE SQUYRES JANE BISHOP STAPLES 



1!. S. in Education 



B. S. in Educati 



VIRGINIA PAGE STARKE 
U. A. 




BARBARA ANN STRADER JOYCE LANGSTON SUTTON FRANCES CELIA SWECKER 
B. S. in Education B. A. in Education 



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MARGARET ALEASE 
THACKER 

I!. A. in Education 



THELMA RUTH THOMPSON EVA ANN TRUMBO 



B. S. in Education 



B. S, in Education 




CORINNA JOSEPHINE 
VAUGHAN 

B. A. in Education 



MARTHA ANN WALTON 
B. S. in Education 



NANCY JANE WARREN 
B. S. 



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VIRGINIA DALE WATSON 
B. A. 



MARY CARLTON WELLS BARBARA LEE WENSEL 

B. S. in Education B. S. in Education 




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CORA JEAN WHITE 
B. S. 




DORIS WILSON WHITE 
1!. S. 



ANNABELLE HAYES 
WHITEHOUSE 
B. S in Education 



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ELIZABETH VIRGINIA 
WHITEHURST 
15. A. in Education 




DOROTHEA LOUIS 
WILKERSON 

B. S. 



BETTY JANE WILKINS 
I!. S. in Education 




ANN CARTER WILLIAMS 

1!. S. in Education 



ANNIE BARITA WILLS 

B. S. in Education 



BETTY ANNE WILSON 
IS. A. 



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HAZEL ELIZABETH WINE 
B. A. 



PEGGY ELAINE WOOD RICIE LOUISE WOODWARD 
B. S. in Education B. S. 




DORIS MILDRED WRIGHT LYNDA HUNTER YEATTS 
B. S. in Education B. S. in Education 



AUDREY DORIS YOUNG 
B. S. 



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Junior Class 

For two whole years we wondered 
how it would feel to he luniors. At 
last we have realized the pleasures, 
prestige, and added responsibility, and 
are prepared to become "dignified 
Seniors." 

Early in January we were hostesses 
at a tea for the Westhampton basket- 




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ball team. "Dates," friends, and students have enjoyed the radio-phonograph 




OFFICERS 

Back: Jean Shelley, Betty Lou Henshaw, Betty Weller, Margaret Jcssup 
Front : Gena Gander, Jennie Snowen 



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JUNIOR MARSHALS 

Back: Margaret Eggborn, Marilyn Lee, Roberta Monahan, Martha Cox, Gladys Kemp, 

Helen Mitchell 
Front: Mildred Cross, Frances Antrim, Katherine Collie 



combinations in Junior and Senior reception halls, which were purchased with the 
appropriation we received last year for recreational facilities on campus. 

"Our day." February 11, is not to be forgotten. Our hearts swell with pride 
as we recall the joy of first seeing the clever decorations on campus. And who 
can forget our speaker? Madam Silvercruys spoke to us on art and at the same 
time made a portrait bust of Lois Bracket from armature to completion. And 
finally, the class night program done in traditional black face presented the less 
serious side of our natures. 

For these and many other pleasant memories we are indebted to the leader- 
ship of our president, Betty Weller, and to the helpful assistance of Mr. and 
Mrs. Partlow and our mascot, Ben. 



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Mary Andrews 


Frances Antrim 




Betty Jo 


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Nan Astin 



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Martha Baker 




Mamie Barton 


Betty Batts 






Faye Bell 




Frances Bethel 


Frances Bcvillc 




Elizabeth Black 




Betsy Board 



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Barbara Bowen 

Easterhelle Bowen 

McClain Bowen 




Caroline Bowman 

Lois Brackett 

Betty Broome 



Alary Bryant 



Nancy Bryant 

Jacqueline Burton 



Mildred Bushong 

Kdith Cabaniss 



Nan Carter 




Jane Castles 

Margaret Chapman 

Hart Chappell 




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Frances Coanock 

Mazie Cook 




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Mildred Ci 




1 k.rothy Crowell 

Ann Curtis 



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Yvonne Davis 

Jo Ann Dent 

Shirlev Dhein 



F.\ elyn Dickson 

Peggy Dinkel 

Margaret I lukes 



Mary Edwards 

Margaret Egghorn 

1 lorothy Elliot! 



Nancy Ellis 

Myra Fensterwald 

Sarah Ferland 




Harriet Flax 



Gloria Fir 



Jean Fnltz 








( iena Gander 



Marie ( iarher 

Frances ( larfinkel 




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Lucy Goettling 

Frances Goodson 

Mary Goodwin 



Jane Grant 



Roberta Gravely 

Elizabeth Gregory 



Mildred Haley 



Mae Hall 

Katherine Hamilton 




Inett Harrington 

Joan Hartsook 

Araxv Hatchik 



Bessie Hawk 

Christine Hawkins 

Bettv Henshaw 



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Mary Heppy 


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Margaret Holland ' 


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Bernice Hooker 


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Marianna Howard 

Frances Hughes 

Alice Hunter 





Margaret Jessup 

Bettv folinson 



Reltv Kabler 



Janet Kayser 



Sarah Kegley 



Gladys Kemp 




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Margaret Kenny 




Norma Keyser 




Mary Kidwell 


Xellie Lantz 




Maril 


yn Lee 




Anna Lewis 


Beverly Lewis 




Frances Lilley 




Nancj Long 


i larey Luck 




Jane 


Lucy 




June Lyon 


Kuth McWane 




Geraldine Martin 




Elizabeth Miller 



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Virginia Miller 

Jean Minis 

Frances Minor 




Helen Mitchell 

Irene Moffett 

Carrie Moore 




June Morrison 

Betty Moyer 

Geraldine Neathery 




Mary Nethers 



Elise Noel 

Charlotte Oothoudt 




Beulah Owen 

Barbara Pamplin 

Marie Parrotta 




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Ellen Patterson 

Caroline Peters 

Feanne Peterson 



. w F.mily Pierce 



Jean Rainey 

Martha Ramsey 



3etty Retterer 

Irene Reynolds 

Phyllis Reynolds 



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li iris Rhodes 



Elizabeth Rinehart 



Mildred Ritchie 




Vivien Ritenour 

Marie Robertson 

Mozelle Robertson 



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F.dley Rosazza 

Mary Rudasill 

Eugenia Savage 




Kathleen Savage 

Betty Scott 



Sarah Seay 







Rebecca Settle 

Johanna Shallcross 

Polly Shaver 



Jean Shelley 



Jean Slaughter 

Ethelcne Smith 




Hazel Smith 



Helen Smith 

Frances Sneed 




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Jennie Snowden 

Anne Speight 

Audrey Spiro 



Anne Starling 

Bettie Steele 

Patricia Stewart 



Lois Stine 



Jeanne Sutton 



Jean Swartz 



Shirley Taylor 



Dorothy Tupper 

Anna Walter 




Hetty Watlington 

Claudine Weaver 

Frances Weeks 



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Betty W'eller 



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Jeanettc \\ hile 



Marionette Whitehead 

Ethel Whitesell 

Elizabeth Williams 



Nancy Wilson 

Shirley Wilson 

Betty Worthington 



Ann Yeatts 



Mae Zirkle 




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In Memory 

cf 

HELEN WYATT PACKETT 

beloved member of the 

Class of 1949 



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Beware the sign Posed Mutual friendship Just kids! Sunshine and smiles 

Artists — leg art. .. .Somebody had a station wagon Love that man Beware — woman 

with weapon. 



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JEAN PARKER 



Sophomore 
Class 

L'nder the competent leadership of 
our lively president. Jean Parker, the 
year's activities of the Sophomore 
class could be no less than stupendous- 
ly successful. 

After such a prosperous year as 
Freshmen, we wondered how the com- 
ing term could ever begin to measure 
up to the one just past. Now we find that instead of beginning anew, we are 
merely continuing the development of our many interests and idea?. 

Among the activities we resumed was the continuance of the popular Sopho- 
more Dating Room, which was started by the previous Sophomore Class, and has 
been carried on this year by the efforts of our classmates. Along the line of new- 
achievement.- was the long-sought-for installation of irons in Johnson Hall, and 
the successful Saturday night dances that we sponsored. Among the other events 
on the Sophomore calendar were the memorable capping and gowning of our 
sister Seniors, the conducting of Friday chapel, and the presentation of Vesper 
service. 

The climax of our year was March 3. our Class Day. Our speaker was 
the prominent literary critic. Virginia Kirkus. who spoke to us about "Books 
and Your Thinking."' The class night program revealed the combined efforts 
and thoughts of many energetic Sophomores. 



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OFFICERS 
Shirley Jones, Jean Parker, Beryl Snellings, 1'eggy Shomi 



To our capable class officers and to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Chappell, whose 
interested guidance was a spur to all our efforts, we give our deepest appreciation 
for helping to make this Sophomore year one we shall always remember. 



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June Andersen 

Elizabeth Anderson 
Mildred Andrews 

Marietta Armstrong 

Iris Arrants 

Gyneth Arthur 
Patsy Ashbrook 

Dolores August 

Eleanor Auman 
Barbara Banish 
Mary Banner 

Marian Bates 



Ramona Beck 

Anne Bellenot 
Lucille Berger 

Dorothy Bethel 

Mary Bishop 
Lynn Black 
Irene Blair 

Kittle Blakemorc 



Charlotte Bnice 
Mary Boone 

Joan Bowman 

Xatalie Bowman 

Mary Bradley 

Margie Brash 

Doris Bresnahan 

Rebeka Brooks 



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Margaret Brown 
Jeanne Bruce 

Gloria Bruckner 

MaryBryan 

Dorothy Budge 
1 'hyllis Burns 
Roy Butler 

Nancye Butterworth 

Pegge Bynl 
Ruby Callis 

Lillian Carter 

Kathryu Chapman 

Frances Christie 
Lou Clark 

Louise Clark 

Frances Clarke 

Mariana Clarke 
Pauline Cleaver 
Evelyn Clem 

Narline Clendening 

Jane Cleveland 
Fearl Cline 

Charlotte Coates 

Mary Cohl i 




Mary Cohen 

Elizabeth Collins 
Grace Conner 

Joann Corel 




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Frances Councill 
Catherine Cover 
Martha C<>\ ey 

Rusemary Cox 

Ruby Craddock 
Joanne Craig 

Joyce Cramer 

Joanne Cronise 

Marty Curran 
Wailes Darby 
Jean Davis 

Jean I terflinger 

Virginia Dixon 

Shirley I lonahoe 
Ann I )on Leavy 

Lorraine Dorrington 

Judith 1 (unford 

I. aura Dunnavant 

Marjorie Dunthorne 

Elizabeth DuPre 

Marjorie Dyer 

Virginia Eason 
June Eaton 

Charlotte Evans 




[ ton Evans 

Virginia Farmer 

Elizabeth Ferguson 

Mary Ferguson 



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Faye Ferris 

Shirley Fields 

Lorraine Foster 

Phyllis Frizzell 

Jean Gaither 

Kenton Gambill 
Madolyn Gandy 

Catherine ( iarntr 

Norma Gay 

Nancy Gibson 

Jacqueline Gilbert 

Mary Gilmore 

Anne Gordon 

Virginia Grant 

Patricia Griffith 

Elaine Gurley 

Patricia Hall 

Nancy Hamilton 
Ann Harlin 

I lott Harris 

Ruth Harris 

Carter Harrison 

Kuth Harshharger 

Lawrence Hatch 



Bessie Hawk 

Audrey Hawkins 
Joyce Haydon 
Norma Heiber 

Beverly Heinig 





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Dorothy Herbert 
I.ibbyHite 

Norma Hoke 

Marian Holbrook 

Jane Holloman 
Geraldine Huff 

Betty Hudgins 

Betty Hurdle 

Patricia Ingram 

Elizabeth Jamerson 
Roberta James 

June Jarrett 

Sue Jennings 
Mattie Jett 

Ada Johnson 

Shirley Jones 




Geneva Karnes 

Margaret Kaylor 
Mary Keller 

Virgene Kihm 

Louise King 
Peggy Kite 

Shirley Kodrich 

Delores La Follette 



Jean Lambert 
Mary Landis 

Geraldine Landman 
Henrietta Lanier 
Dorothy Layman 



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Morjorie Lehman 
Mary Lester 

Dorothy Lewis 

Hilda Lewis 



Beverly Lichliter 
Annette Litton 
Ann Looney 

Frances Love 



Joyce Lumsden 
Ann Lyons 

Gwendolyn McAlpin 
Doris McDevitt 



Jean Mahone 

Sue Mandelin 
Sallie Mapp 

Lucy Marshall 

Eunice Melton 
Eloise Miller 

Frances Minor 

lane Mohler 

Jane Moore 

Margaret Moore 
Margaret Moore 

Katherine Morefield 



Nancy Morrison 

Juanelle Mottern 

Patricia Newton 

Earline Norwood 
Judy Nutting 




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Eunice O'Brien 

Kathleen Oldaker 
Jean Parker 

Catherine Payne 

Nancy Penn 

Barbara Perdu 

Florence Perkinson 

Lucy Peterson 

Mary Pettitt 

Elizabeth Phillips 
Shirley Pickrel 

Antoinette 1'ierce 

Ann Powell 

Mary Powell 

Elizabeth Preston 

Romona l'rintz 

Jean Pugh 

Shirley Quinn 
Mary Ray 

Margaret Reeder 

Melba Reid 

Lois Reisinger 
Frances Reynolds 

June Rice 



Kathryn Richards 
Carl Ring 
Alma Roberts 

Reba Rosenbaum 
Polly anna Ross 



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Dorothy Rowe 

Nancy Satterwhite 
Jane Schink 

F.velvn Scott 



I. enure Seiliel 

Trene Seidman 
Mary Sewell 

Doris Sherman 

Frances Shiffllette 
Mary Shifley 

Retha Shirkey 

Shirley Shorter 

Esther Shrieves 

Nellie Shumake 
Anne Sibert 

Alda Simmons 

Annette Simpson 

Margarette Slusher 
Jane Smith 

Madeline Smith 

Jean Snedegar 

Reryl Snellings 
Estelle Spivey 

F.thel Spradlin 

Pauline Stephens 
Ann Stout 

Sarah Strader 

Betty Strickland 
Nadine Swinson 




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Jeanne Taylor 
Ann Thomas 

Martha Thomas 

Verna Thompson 

Elsie Thornhill 

Jeannette Tonner 
Myrtle Tramel 

Catherine Travers 

Nancy Trumbo 

Youla Tsitsera 

Pollyanna Turner 

Elaine Upshaw 

Ruth Vaughan 

Elizabetli Vaughn 
Eva Wagner 

Elaine Ward 

Ellen Waters 
Fern Waters 

Joyce Watkins 

Phyllis Weaver 

Ginger Wells 

Doris Wheelbarger 
Muriel Wheeler 

Phyllis Wheeler 



Ida Willis 

Elizabeth Wilson 

Madeline Wiseman 
Winifred Withers 
Anne Wright 



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Smoc — five of 'em!.... In a hurry ?... .Through the arch. .. .Here's hoping. .. .Danger ! But 
obviously. .. .Mail ! — our prayer. .. .Oh, for a man Big little girls. .. .Stranded? 



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Freshman 
Class 



Tradition doesn't always hold true. 
Instead of the usual "duck weather," 
that has greeted so many freshmen in 
the past, our first days at Madison 
were bright and sunny, a fitting re- 
ception for the promising class of '51. 

Like other freshmen classes we 




SHIRLEY COLBERT 



were initiated into the endless lines for registration, paying bills, and buying 
books. Then came orientation classes with Mrs. Garber, who helped us become 
true Madisonians. 

Among the important events in the life of a freshman was the Old Girl- 
New Girl Wedding. Tears filled our eyes and joy filled our hearts as we beheld 
the lovely bride, Jeanette Cocke. This wedding symbolized the real friendship 
between the freshmen and the upperelassmen. At least we knew we were really 
a part of Madison College. 



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OFFICERS 

Jeanette Cocke, Page Fentress, Shirley Colbert, 

Betty Lue Myers, Peggy Flanary 



Then there are the memories of the l!ig Sister-Little Sister party, exams, 
holidays, dances, May Day, and our own Class Day. Too soon the year had 
passed, but in passing it has left us memories and a foundation for success in t he- 
future. 

We want to thank our sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Bocskey ; our 
mascots, Barbie and Buddy; and our class president, Shirley Ann Colbert, for 
their fine guidance and leadership throughout this year. 



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Ann Adams 
Ruth Agnor 
Mildred Albright 

Ann Alexander 
Jean Allebaugh 

Jackie Appleton 
Martha Armistead 
Harriet Aronoff 
Doris Atkins 
Doret Bailey 

Jeanne Bailey 
Virginia Baker 
Mary Barham 
Bettie Barney 
Carolyn Beck 

Thelma Beckwith 
Alma Bedwell 
AnnBettis 
Nancy Birch 
Annie Bishop 

Jane Bishop 
Cora Blackmore 
Mildred Bluett 
Lucy Bowen 
Mary Bowles 

Anna Bowman 
Betty Bowman 
Doris Bowman 
Jean Brackman 
Katherine Brady 

Martha Bradley 
Barbara Brittingham 
Clara Brooks 
EloiseBrowder 



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Betty Brown 
Gloria Bruckner 
Bessie Bryant 
Jean Buckmaster 
Peggy Burnett 

Helen Burruss 
Betty Calhoun 
Thelma Callis 
Colleen Calvert 
Barbara Campbell 

Josephine Campbell 
Marion Canby 
Claudcnia Carmen 
Jacquelyn Carr 
Betty Chapman 

Jane Chason 
Alice Chenery 
Genevieve Ciekot 
Nadine Clendening 
Alice Clift 

Charlotte Coates 
Jeanette Cocke 
Mary Cockrill 
Nancy Coffey 
Shirley Colbert 

Elizabeth Collins 
Marjorie Colvin 
Mary Cooke 
Mary Virginia Cooke 
Mildred Cooter 

I'atsy Copp 
Peggy Cosby 
Jean Coverston 
Martha Covey 
Peggy Cox 




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Jo Ann Critzer 
Margaret Critzer 
Dorothy Crowder 
Echo Cruchlow 
Katherine Dalton 

Martha Dame 
Anne Davis 
Doris Davis 
Dorothy Deane 
Dolly Dedrick 

Jean 1 lepriest 
Emilie Dickie 
Ann DonLeavy 
Anne Dovel 
Betty Dovel 

Jacqueline 1 lovel 
Louise Downey 
Betty 1 Hidley 
Ann Duerson 
Mary Duke 




Majorie Duquette 
Lynita Edgar 
Jean Edwards 
Margaret Elliott 
Majorie Epperson 

P.etty Eppling 
Nancy Fahnestock 
Katherine Fentress 
Charlotte Fleshman 
Barbara Fulcher 

Jane Funk 
I liane Furniss 
Hamilton Gambill 
Greta Garber 
Mary Garrett 



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Nancy Garth 
Margaret Garwood 
Christine Gauldin 
Mary Gee 
Connie Georges 




Beverly Gibson 

Ann Gilbert 
Marie Gilbert 
Myrtle Gilpin 
Genevieve Golpfert 

Sally Goodman 
Vera Gochenour 
Bonnie Gordon 
Josephine Gordon 
Eleanor Gosney 

Freda Gouldman 
Constance Graves 
Marjorie Griffin 
Edith Grimstead 
Barbara Groseclose 

Janet Grove 
Mary Grubb 
Jeanette Haddad 
Kathryn Hale 
MardeleneHall 

Joann Hankins 
Ann Hannabass 
Nancy Hartman 
Dorothy Hawkins 
Beth Henry 

Anna Hileman 
Dorothy Hinson 
Betty Hippensteele 
Shirley Hobbs 
Phyllis Hockman 





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Rebecca Holland 
Jane Holloman 
Sally H olio well 
Hetty Holsinger 
Ernest Hoover 

Peggy Hornsby 
Mildred Hotinger 
Frances House 
Florence Hudgins 
Audrey Humphries 

Virginia Hundley 
Anne Hunter 
Sylvia Jackson 
Wanda Jackson 
Nancy James 

Kita Jarvis 
Nancy Jennings 
Frances Jobson 
Jane Johnson 
Martha Johnson 

Lucy Jones 
Mary Kasey 
Betty Keffer 

Greta Kc-llison 
Joyce Kelly 

Rosemary rCerman 
Edna King 
Raj mona Ki ser 
1 lariel Kuauss 
Bynum Lamb, Jr. 

Jane Lambeth 
Lois Layman 
Harriet Layne 
Eulah Layton 
Jacquelyn Leatherbury 



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Laura Lee 
] lorothy Leftwich 
Jean Leonard 
I ii nake Levine 
Peggy Levister 

Phyllis Lindamond 
Sara lielle Letts 
Alice Lucy 
Ruth Lucy 
Edith Luke 

Frances Lyon 
Blanche McCraw 
Gertrude McGrew 
Marjorie McMullan 
Peggy Madsen 

Bernadine Maifield 
Martha Alain 
Patricia Mann 
Jean Manuel 
Jessie March 

Maxine Martin 
Joanne Vathews 
Caroline Matthews 
Charlyne Mattox 

Mary Mays 

Mary Carolyn Melton 
Mary E. Melton 
Alice Meredith 
Anna Miller 
Dwight Miller 

Eleanor Miller 



Mar 



Milk 



Wanda Miller 
Joanne Mills 
Betty Mize 




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Martha Moore 
Shirley Morris 
Barbara Moses 
Jane Moyer 
Winifred Munson 




Mary Sue Murdock 
Mary Muse 
Betty Myers 
Nancy Nash 
Guyneth Neal 

Nancy Nelson 
Dorothy Nichols 
Patricia O'Flaherty 
Betty Packett 
Joanne Palmer 




Jeanne Parker 
Elizabeth Payne 
Jacqueline Peatross 
Nancy Perkins 
Elizabeth Peters 

Nancy Petrey 
Katherine Pettus 
Jeanne Phalen 
Jacqueline Phelps 
Jayne Pierce 

Mary Pierce 
Audrey Pinchbeck 
Ellen Pinching 
Peggy Pleasants 
Edith Poland 

Margaret Poling 
Mary Polsue 
Catherine Poole 
Elizabeth Poss 
Mary Pol eet 



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Mary Powell 
Geraldine Pratt 
Louise Pullin 
Dolores Quesenberry 
Gertrude Ragsdale 

Judith Ramsey 

Doris Rawlings 
Dorothy Reed 
Frances Redford 
Elizabeth Revercomli 

Betty Reynolds 
Mary Rhodes 
Patricia Ritter 
Frances Robbins 
Anne Robertson 

Patricia Rogers 
Virginia Roller 
Helen Rowe 
Mary Rowland 
I'.essie Russell 

Eleanor Ryman 
Elizabeth Sampson 
Carolyn Sanderson 
Anita Sauve':r 
Jane Schneider 

Jean Shallcross 
Mary Shandclson 
Mary Shefley 
LoisShifflett 

Julia Shirley 




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Rosa Lee Shone 
Evelyn Simmons 
Nancy Simmons 
Louise Simpkins 
Phyllis Simpkins 




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Emma Sisson 


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Dorothy Smith 
Judith Smith 
Jean Soukup 


5WS 




Billie Spangler 
Barbara Spaulding 


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Martha Speer 


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Shirley Spence 
Shirley Stanley 
Betty Steger 


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Judith Sterne 


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Charlotte Stevens 


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Elizabeth Stiff 


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Bessie Stone 
Vera Strawderman 









Anne Strickler 
LoisSumption 
Patricia Swaffin 
Patricia Tavenner 
Anne Taylor 

Jeanne Taylor 
Susan Taylor 
Gill Temple 
Mary Thomas 
Nancy Thompson 

Ida Thornburg 
Jean Thrasher 
Patricia Tighe 
Jane Todd 
Eva Tramel 

Ann Truiby 
Barbara Turner 
Eunis Turner 
Virginia Utz 
Dorothy Wainwright 



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Jeannetta Walder 
Pauline Walker 
Marjorie Wallace 
Mary Walpole 
Jean Walton 

Katherine Ward 
Mary W'areham 
Shirley Watkins 
DoloresWel.il 
Joanne Webber 

Reeve Welch 
Jeanne Wenzel 
Martha Wesson 
Joan Wharton 
Katherine Wheeler 

Dorothy White 
Martha White 
Audrey Whitehead 
Jean Whitehou; e 
Jane \\ "hillock 

Margaret Whitman 
Mary Whitten 
Doris Wiglesworth 
Freida Wilderson 
Prances Wilkins 

Beth Williams 
1 lolores Williams 
Miriam Williams 
Margaret Williamsoi 
Mary Wills 

Norma Wilson 
Jo Ann Witton 
1 lilcie Woodson 
Lorraine Woody ard 
Mary Yeary 




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I Jean Young 

It £ 

\ Lucille Young 



Helen Younger 
Grace Yow 




JX WILSON HALL WE HAD TUESDAY ORIENTATION. 



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Praying for a man. . . .Posing. 
....Two contented girls. 



Lovebirds. .. .Smile now Spotswood girls. ...Gab session 

.Is she in the box ?.... Pyramid .... Love that animal. 



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Rush party ... .Off to class. .. .Perfect balance (?).... The Marines have landed. .. .Goats 

\ familiar sight. .. .Just relaxing. .. .Picnics — hut dogs!. .. .Leg art. .. .Everything for 

the rushees 



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Watch the birdie Going to camp. .. .Greetings !... .Just resting. .. .The big moment.. 

Two women in a tub. ...Ride 'em cowboy .... Comin' thru the rye. . . .Seaman-lst class.. 
Our football hero. ... Waiting and. wishing. 



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Diagonally yours. .. .Strolling. .. .Angry. .. .Ready for a dance. .. .Tea time. .. .Vigorous 
study. .. .Nice kitty.... See what I got?. .. .Ambitious students. .. .On "the rock" 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Our President 




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



To Madison Students: 



1 wish to thank you for the fine fellowship and loyal cooperation that you 
have given the College during' the past year. 

May you have a happy and stimulating vacation and return to Madison or 
go to your future employment with abounding faith and enthusiasm. 

Samuel P. Duke 



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Our Deans 



Years packed with shared tasks and 
common objectives of learning and liv- 
ing in the classroom and in campus acti- 
vities, and the anticipation of more years 
beyond your graduation, marked by a 
similar community of interest — these 
have enriched life far beyond my greatest 
hopes here at Madison. 

— WALTliK |. GlFFORD. 



WALTER J. GIFF( >RD 

Ad'.., A.M., I'm. I). 





I>( )R( )THY S. GARBER 
B.S. 



HOPE F. VANDEVER 
A !', M.A. 



It seems just yesterday that you were 
freshmen! Today, 1 count you among 
my many student friends who are reflect- 
ing the glory of Madison in many states. 

—Dorothy S. Garber. 



For me there has been deep satisfac- 
tion in working with you. Your develop- 
ment in social competence, maturity of 
thought, and responsibility of action has 
been advanced by Madison's emphasis on 
culture and character. 

— Hope F. Vandever 



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HELEN FRANK 

A.M. 

Registrar 



]|< 'WARD K. C.1BBOXS 

B.L. 

Business Manager 




.MABEL GLADIN 

B.S. 

Dietitian 




UNITY MONGER 

M.D. 
Sehool Physician 





ALIMAE AIKEN 

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



;lada b. walker 

A II., A.M. 
Associate Professoi 

of Art 





FRANCES R. GROVE 

B.S . MA. 

Assistant Professor of Art 



HENRI C. BLACKWELL 
Ph.B., m a. 

iite Professor of Bible 




PERCY H. WARREN 

,. - M A. 
Professor of Biology 



EDWIN li. MILLER 
A.B., M.A.. PH.D. 
Associate Professor 

of Biology 



\\|c IS M. SH< IWAL1 ER 

B.A., M A . I'h.D. 

Professor of Biology 



STEPHEN C. BOCSKEY 

M S 
Assoi lute Prt fi ■ 
of Biology 







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FERDINAND A. 


STEPHEN T. TURILLE 


MONA L. COFFMAN 


VARRELMAN 


AIL, M.A., Ed.D. 


A.B., M.A. 


b.s., m.s. 


Professor of 


Assistant Professor of 


. issistant Professor 


Business Eucation 


Business Education 


of Biology 







LONDON A. SANDERS 

U.S., M.S., M.Ed. 

Associate Professor uj 

Business Education 




MARY M. ItKADV 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Business Education 



RUTH RUCKER 

B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Business Education 





DEN J AMI N \V. PARTLOW 

B.S., M.S. 

Associate Professor of 

Chemistry 



ELVIRA RICKMERS 

B.S., M.Ed. 

Supervisor of 

Business Education 



RAYMOND D. COOL 

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



WIL11ERT CHAPPELL 

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



WALTER I HIFFORD 

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

Professor of Education 

Dean of the College 




KATHER1NE M. 

ANTHONY 

li S.. M V 

Professor of Education 

Director of Elementary 

Training Schools 








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PAUL HOUNCHELL 
B.A., M A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Education 

Director of Secondary 

Training Schools 




BESSIE J. LANIER 

A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor <</ 

Education 




CLARENCE R. HAMK1CK 

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

Associate Professor of 

Education 




MANY L. SEECER 

B.S., A.M. 

Associate Professor of 

Education 




CLYDE P. S"ORTS 

A.B.. A.M. 

Professor of Education 




CHARLES H. HUFFMAN 
A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of English 




MARCARET V. HOFFMAN 

B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

English 




MARIE LOUISE BOIE 

A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of 

English 



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ELEANOR R. HICKS 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

English 





MARY E. LATIMER 

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

Professor of Speech 

Education 




lOHN A. SAWHILL 

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

Professor of Latin and 

German 




TAY L. CURTIS 

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

Associate Professor w 

English 




RATS M. HAXSdN 

U.S., A.M. 

Professor of Geography 



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BESSIE RICHARDSON 

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

Associate Professor of 

English 




ELIZABETH C. RODCF.RS 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of 
Physical Edut atom 



MARCARETE WOELFEL 
B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. 
Professor of French 



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ALTHEA L. JOHNSTON 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of 

Physical Education 




DOROTHY L. SAVAGE 

B.S., MA. 

Associate Professor of 

Physical Education 




LUELLEN BOWLES 

B.E., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




AIJELE C. ULRICII 

B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




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TANETTE SHAFFER 

B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physit itl lulu, ation 



TOHN N. McILWRAITH 

B.S., A.M. 

Professor of History and 

Social Sciences 






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OTTO F. FREDERICKSON 
B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor Of History ami 

Social St \em es 



MARY T. ARMENTROUT 

U.S.. A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

History and Social Sciences 




GLENN C. SMITH 

U.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

. IssOt mi , Professoi of 

Histoi v and Sot oil \, iem 



MAR1 I.Wsl \ 

i: A ..' M.A. 

Assistant Professoi of 

History and Sot ial St ient es 



RF.RNTCE R. VARNF.R 

U.S.. M.A, 

Professor of 

Home E( Onomit s 



PEARL P. MOODY 
B.S . M.A. 

Professor of 

Home hi onomii s 





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AUELE R. l'.LACKWELI. 

B.S., MA. 

Associate Professor of 

Home Economics 



R'LIA ROBERTSON 

B.S., MA. 
Associate Professor of 
Home Ei on 



MARY S. LOCKARD 

B S., M.S. 

Associate Professot oj 

Home Economics 



ELIZABETH M. 

PATTERS' IN 

B.S..M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Hume Economii s 




EDITH F. BRYAN 

B.S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Home Economics 



KAYNES M.MU.I.IA 

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

I ibrarian and Professor of 

I ibrary Scieiu c 





FERNE R. HOOVER 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professor of 

Library Science 



MARTHA T. BOAZ 
U.S., B.S. in L.S. 
Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professot of 

Library Science 




HILDA II. FENNER 

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

Assistant Librarian. Assistant 

Profess f '■' ,/ '' " v Science 



MARY F. SUTER 

B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of Mathematics 



1. FMMET IKENBERR' 1 ! 

All., A.M., I'll. I). 
Pro] r of Mathematics 



GLENN (HLDERSLEF.YF. 

A.B., M.A., li. M. 

Professor of Musi 






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EDNA T. SHAEFFER 
Associate Professor of Music 




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CLIFFORD T. MARSHALL 

B.M., M M. 
Associate Pr< f\ I Music 




I. EDGAR ANDERSON 
B.M . MM. 
rfr Pi ofessor of Music 




EDYTHE SCHNEIDER 

B.M. 

Assistant Professor of Music 




ELIZABETH J. HARRIS 
Assistant Professor of Musi. 




HAZEL \V. 

GILDERSLEEVE 

B.F.A. 

llusic 




GEORGE R. HICKS 
A.B., I5.M., A.M., A. A.. G.O 
Associate Professor of Musi. 



MELVIN A. PITTMAN 
B. S.. M. S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



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FERNANDO Q. 

MARTINEZ 

A.r.., M.A., Phi). 

Professor of Spanish 




MAURICE H. BELT. 

B.A., M.A., 

Superintendent of 

City Schools 




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ELSIE H. W'K.l.hY 

U.S. 

Supervisor of Kindergarten 



JOHN C. WELLS 

A.]'... MA. 

Associate Professor of 

Physics 





LVDIA P. MEEKS 

A.B., MA. 

Supervisor of h'ifih Grade 




EVELYN WATKINS 

A. 11.. M.A. 

Supervisor of Ftisi Grade 




BEATRICE BLAND 

U.S., M.A. 

Supervisor of Fourth Grade 



RUTH tool'KK 

U.S.. M.A. 

SupervisO} of Second Grade 



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ROSALIND TRENT 

A.B., M.A. 
Supervisor of Junioi 

High School 




ETHEL SPILMAN 

A.B. 

Supervisor of Junior High 

School 




GLADYS G. CRAIG 

B.S., M.A. 

Supervisor of High School 




SALLIE BLOSSER 

B.S., M.A. 

Supervisor of High School 




C VTHERINE BAUSERM \\ 

B.S., M.S. 

Supervisor of Home 

Economii s 



MARTHA n. SIEG 

B S . M.A. 
Supervisor of Home 

Ei onomics 





ELIZABETH L. YOUNG 
B.S. 
Supervisor of Home 
/ i otiomii s 



VIRGINIA BOLEN 
B.S. 

'■ i !■■ i v sor of Business 
1 du\ ation 




VIOLETTA I). RYAN 

B.S., M.A. 

Supervisor of 

Junior High S< hool 



ALFRED K. EAGI E 

R.S., M.A. 

Pi ofessor of Guidance 

Director of Student 

C uidant e and Personnel 



RITII S. HUDSON 

Sot ial I director of Senifli 

Hall 



PEARL E. HOOVER 

Soi ial Diret tor of fm kson 

Hall 







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LUNA BAKER 

Soi i"/ Director 
of Sheldon Hall 







ANNA 13. BEASLEY 
0/ Spotswood Hall 




ELIZABETH CURTIS 

Social !>n r. lot 




POLLY W. HALL 
Social I Krector 

,<t Ashby Hall 



WILLETTE E. HOPKINS 
Supervisor of Dormiioi ies 




MARY L- STEVENS 

Soi ial Director 
of Junior Hall 





ANNE P.. LINCOLN 

Social l>\rc, tot 



ALMA R. FLICK 
Set retary to 
the President 



Luis T. HARVEY 

Assistant Secretary 

to the President 





EDNA RITCHIE 

Set retary to the Dean 

of Freshman 



INDIA WEB P. 

Secretary to 

the Dean of Women 




THELMA K. BRAN* 11 

Set retary to 
the Dean of the College 



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BESS T. HAMAKER 

Assistant f o 
the Business Manager 




HELEN G. SORWINE 
Assistant $ ecret 
to the Business Manager 




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ELIZABETH R. 
ANDERSON 

E.C.S. 
Assistant to 
the Business Manager 




HELEN S. SHARPES 
.slant to 
the Business Manager 




PAULINE C. U INC 




MARY F. PHILLIPPY 

Assist oh t Secretary 

in the Registrar 




CHARLOTTE ALLEN 

MA. 

Secretary to Home 

Economics Department 




JEAN COPPER 
Assistant Diei 



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HOWARD ROLSTON 
Postmaster 





ANNIE L. GARNETT 
Stationery Store Manager 



AUDREY R. BEARY 

Assistant to the Postmaster 



SUE RAINE 
B.S. 

Assistant Dietitian 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




Alumnas Association 

OFFICERS OF MADISON COLLEGE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 
(Member of the American Alumni Council) 




President: Mrs. Elisabeth I hucal Towler, Petersburg, Va. 

Vice-President: Mrs. Virginia Harvey Boyd, Roanoke, Va. 

Secretary: Mrs. Dorothy Spooner Garber, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Treasurer: Miss Katherine Manor, Brunswick, Maryland. 



I lOROTHY S. I i \ I.T.I R 

Alumnae Sci relary 



The object of the Alumnae Association is to promote the interest of Madison 
College and to establish mutually beneficial relations between the college, the 
students, and its alumnae. Briefly the alumnae association wants the under- 
graduate to recognize these facts : 

That hers is an alumnae organization to which she will wish to belong; that 
she will be one of a group of teachers who will be glad to see her when she re- 
turns, either at Homecoming or upon other occasions; that she belongs to a 
class with which she should return every fifth year at least to see the expansion 
and improvement of the college; that there are alumnae clubs in many towns and 
cities of the state, at whose meetings she is perpetually welcome. 

The purpose of the alumnae chapter is to make personal contacts and to keep 
alive the sentimental interest of the college. Many of the clubs sponsor scholar- 
ships for their local high school graduates, and these clubs are very active also 
in civic affairs. Local alumnae clubs have been referred to as "the great fede- 
rated outposts of past students." 



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Alumnas Chapters 



Charleston, West Virqinia Chapter: 

President: Mrs. Katherine Falls Jarrett, 708 Amity Drive, Edgewood 

Secretary: Mrs. Annie Cox Ward. 620 I). St., N. W. 

Covington Chapter: 

I 'resident: Mrs. Mildred Williamson Crush, Fairlawn 

Secretary: Miss Margaret Martz, 434 Riverside Ave. 

Culpeper Chapter: 

President: Mrs. Mary McNeil Willie, Culpeper, \ a. 

Secretary: Miss Edmina Carley, Culpeper, \"a. 

Harrisonburg Chapter: 

President: Miss Catherine Bauserman, 335 Grace St. 

Secretary: Mrs. Carrie Kline Showalter, ii7 E. Market St. 

Norfolk Chapter: 

President: Miss Jane Martin. 4906 Powhatan Ave. 

Secretary: Mrs. Margaret Roberts Johnson, 130/ Cornwall Place 

Petersburg Chapter : 

President: Miss Peggy Talley, 1675 Shirley Ave. 

Secretary: Miss Catherine Jolly, 1612 Brandon Ave. 

Portsmouth Chapter: 

President: Miss Emily Leitner, 900 Holladay St. 

Secretary: Miss Kathryn Lively, 432 Shenandoah St. 

Richmond Chapter: 

President: Miss Sue Quinn, 4210 Kensington Ave. 

Secretary: Miss Corbin Harwood, 1125 West Ave. 

Staunton Chapter: 

President: Mrs. Kathleen Thacker McChesney, 640 Alleghany Ave. 

Secretary: Miss Sarah Jeffries, 107 Oakenwald St. 

Waynesboro Chapter : 

President: Miss Margaret Black. 703 W. Main St. 

Secretary: Miss Frances Sellers, 461 Chestnut Ave. 

Winchester Chapter: 

President: Miss Ethel Cooper, 135 N. Cameron St. 

Secretary: Mrs. Irene Mathews McNally, 412 W. Cecil St. 



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Student 

Government 

Association 




This year has been full uf activity. 
(Jur year started amidst friendly 
"Hi's" with helpful hands to the 
Freshmen on those memorable regis- 
tration days. Not long after the start 
of our handbook classes and the day's 
routine had been established, we held 
our Old Girl-New Girl Wedding, the 

symbolic ceremony that joins the Freshman Class with the old student 1 
love and friendship. 

Then many of the girls in the Student Government Association struck 
the college camp for a week end of baseball, bridge, rowing, and home- 
food. 



MARY LOUISE HUNTINGTON 

jody in 

out for 
■cooked 




OFFICERS 
Josephine Garber, Ruth Thompson, Cora .Kan White, Inez Creel, Mar\ Louise Huntington 

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COUNCIL 

Back: Jean Savage, Marion Bates, Carter Harrison, Sir- Taylor, Betty Scott, 

Karline Norwood, Helen Younger, Marianna Howard. 

Front: Betty To Almarode, Betty Cox, Julia Smith, Joan Hollirook 



After affiliating" ourselves with the Southern Intercollegiate Association of 
Student Government, we discussed the work of the last convention and expressed 
the hope that Madison College would become an active member of this associa- 
tion in the future. This importance of such representation was brought to our 
attention by our two delegates, Jo Garber and .Mary Lee Mover, who attended 
the National Continuation Committee for the U. S. Xational Student Association 
in Roanoke, Virginia, last spring. 

This year we have been fortunate to 
have realized one of our dreams, that 
of starting music album libraries in 
Junior and Senior dating parlors. 
Through the Campus bees Committee 
we also purchased radio-victrola com- 
binations, and we hope that such pur- 
chases will be added each year to make 
the collections worthwhile for the stu-„ 
dent body. 

As a small token of our apprecia- 
tion, we want to express our deep feel- 
ing in the loss of our friendly and 
interested adviser, Mr. Conrad T. 
Logan, who had done so much in the 
past years toward promoting a wise 
and true system of self government. 

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Honor 
Organization 

The words "our Honor System" 
are full of meaning and are produc- 
tive of school pride on our campus. 
We, the students at Madison, with 
the help and advice of our faculty, 
have instituted an Honor System here, 
and we have watched il grow anil 
improve. 




MARY LEE MOYF.R 



Honor Council is the speaking voice 
of our Honor System. The girls who compose the council have been placed there 
by our trust in them and are respected in keeping with their position. In turn, 
they are expected to take the initiative in inculcating a feeling for the Honor Code 
into all Madison students and ever to uphold the code by their example and in 
their council work. 

hi carrying out the duties and privileges invested in them, the Honor Council 
began this year by holding classes with the incoming freshmen and transfers. 
During the meetings they discussed the constitution, and the new girls became 
acquainted with their Honor Council members. When each new girl felt that 
she understood and appreciated the ideals and the responsibilities <>f the Honor 
System, she pledged herself tw it by signing the honor pledge. 

Early in the year the freshmen contributed their ideas and further support 
to the Honor System by electing two capable representatives from their class to 
the council. Other work of the council this year has been handling cases of viola- 
tion of the Honor Code, which come under its jurisdiction. Council chairman. 
Mary Lee Moyer, has proved herself to be understanding and eager for justice 



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Back: Barbara Moses, Betty Weller, Ollie \"ee Walpole, Betty Cohen, 

Hilda Lewis, Barbara Banish. 

Front: Leslie Hall, Josephine Yaughan, Mary Lee Moyer, Betty Lou Henshaw, 

Elsie Thiirnhill, Betty Broome. 



in all situations, and we have counted ourselves fortunate with her leadership. 

In our advisers, Dr. Armentrout. Mr. Eagle, and Dr. Warren, the last of 
whom came to our council this year, we have found even-thing a faculty adviser 
should be. We have appreciated their faith and their confidence in us. As faculty 
and students continue to cooperate in upholding the Honor Code, we will continue 
lo point to its fulfillment with pride. As individuals we loyally repeat our pledge: 

"I understand the privileges and responsibilities of self-government in group 
living, and I realize that I am pledging my full cooperation in maintaining our 
Honor System. I promise that, by personal actions and attitudes, I will uphold the 
principles of the Honor Code of Madison College." 



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Standards 
Committee 



At the opening of school the Stan- 
dards Committee members busily 
posted the list of campus standards 
in all dormitory rooms, hoping that 
the students would glance in that di- 
rection, take heed, and act accordingly. 

With their usual good taste, Nancy 
Jane and her committee selected cos- 
tumes for the New Girl-Old Girl 
Wedding. They were constantly help- 
ful with suggestions that calmed the 
flustered bride and her attendants. The 
orderly serving of refreshments at our opening dance. 

Throughout the year the committee studied new plans and suggestions for 
current reconsideration of standards on campus. They helped the students to up- 
hold Madison's ideals of conduct and tn become more poised and gracious in- 
dividuals. 




X WTY JANE WARREN 
immittee was also responsible for the 




Front: Elizabeth Stiff, Betty Lou Myers Jury Neathery, I'eggy Hollis, .Kan Mi 
Bark: Joanne Mills, Marianna Clark, June Anderson, Nancy Rogers, Ida Han Cha 
Nan<-v Penn, Mary Alberts, Judith Smith, 

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Social 
Committee 



If we lake a glance behind the cur- 
tains of the various activities on cam- 
pus, we may see a group busily at 
work, decorating for dances, serving 
for teas, planning other social events, 
arranging for banquets, forming re- 
ceiving lines, cleaning and caring for 
our party silver, and performing other 
duties — this is our Social Committee. 
Nor should we omit the New Girl- 
< >ld Girl Wedding, which this group helps to make successful. 

Anne, the attractive chairman, has been an efficient leader. Her capable 
leadership along with the inspiring advice of their sponsor, Miss Vandever, has 
led the group through a successful year. 

To Anne and her committee, the school gives hearty congratulations lor the 
wonderful job they have done in making our mam events possible. 



ANN MYERS 




Margaret Jessup, Frances Antrim, Jean Derflinger, Alice Jones, Margaret Holland, 

Phyllis Frizzell, Ann Lyons. 

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Breeze 



To make the Breeze bigger and 
better, a paper all Madison can be 
proud of, and to report accurately and 
thoroughly the news of the campus — 
that was our aim in '47-'48. We tried 
to fulfill this aim through all the long, 
preparatory hours in the Breeze room 
on Tuesdays and Thursdays, when we 
gathered together for work and play; 
in assemblies or in the halls when our 
"noses for news" sensed leads; on the 
day we sent Mike and Lois to Minnea- 
polis for the Associated Collegiate 
I 'ress Convention. 




MARGARET REI1 > 



This year, we, the Breeze staff, celebrated happily our twenty-fifth anni- 
versary on campus, proud of the Breeze, not for what we had tried to do ourselves 
but for what all of those Madison girls who preceded us had accomplished in 
their quarter-century of work. 



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OFFICERS 
Rebecca Rogers, Margaret Reid, Barbara t'abe, Margaret Kenny, Irene Munson. 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Back: Frances Sneed, Barbara Jamerson, Danny Broome, Frances Wilkins, 

Margaret Chapman, Jean Collins, Patricia Rogers, Charlotle Gill, Beverly Lichliter, 

Margaret Clark, Rolierta Gravely, Jennie Snowden, Beryl Snellings 

Front: Betty Rinehart, Carrie Lee Luck, Margaret Elliott, Ollie Vee Walpole, Jinx Miller, 

Pat Griffith, Jean Gaither, I 'at Ingram, Marie Hogan, Shirley Junes, Marie Parrotla 

Dedicated to our loyal adviser through the years, Mr. Conrad Logan, the an- 
niversary issue appeared on Breeze day. December 10, 1947. Miss Daphne Dailey, 
prominent Virginia newspaperwoman, spoke at our assembly and was guest of 
honor at the luncheon which followed. That evening the staff met in the Breeze 
room for a supper, served buffet style. 

Through the year we tried to emphasize our anniversary theme, "a better 
Breeze through the years to come" — a Breeze, which we hope will be seven col- 
umns wide, having room for all the Madison news, and which will be published 
by students who have had thorough training in journalism here at Madison. Per- 
haps that day will come to the Breeze — soon. 




TYPING STAFF 
Maine Wanl, Nancy Ellis, Charlotte 
lean Shallcross 



i\\ ans, 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Back: Joan Critzer, Sheila Brodsky, Earline 

Norwood, Frances Jobson, 

Mary Polsue, Patricia Mann 

Irani: Frances Connock, Lois Stine, 

Catherine Garner 



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Schoolma'am 




Once again, because of the tireless 
energy of the staff, another issue of 
the Schoolma'am rolls off the press. 
This thirty-ninth volume sports a 
brand new cover. 

The high light of this year's work 
was the Associated Press Conference 
at Minneapolis, attended by Jo and 
I >anny. We all know that the informa- 
tion they received made them better 
able to direct the work of the annual. 

This year also brought a change in the deadline date. It was set a fid 
and a half sooner than the former one, and the entire staff had to work h, 
finish bv the first of February. 



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JO JOHNSON 



1 month 
irder to 




OFFICERS 
Gena Gander, Peggy Thacker, Dawn Brewer, Phyllis Epperson, Damn Broome, Dun Evans 



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PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Joyce Cramer, Betty Davis, Wanda Jackson, 

Edna King, Frances Jobson, Donald Evans, 

Petty Hippensteele 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Betty Wilkins, Audrey Blunt, Norma Hoke, Millie 

Bushong, Jean Slaughter, Mary Alice joyner, 

Jennie Snowden, Ethelcne Smith 



New additions, including four freshmen volunteers, were made to the general 
staff, and despite all complications, we did our best to make the 1948 Schoolma'am 
a success. 

Most of you, when you open this new issue, will recall that day when you 
smiled prettily for the photographer, but for the staff members, this edition repre- 
sents much more. The hours of work that were sacrificed to make this year's 
Schoolma'am one of the best, the mad rushing to get all the routine tasks com- 
pleted before the deadline date, and the cries of "We've just got to get these 
pictures identified!" and "How are those dummies coming along?" that became 
familiar to everyone, will not soon be forgotten. Most of all we will remember 
the fun of working — fun because of the cooperation and loyalty of every member 
of the staff and the guidance and help from our adviser, Miss Hoffman. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Back: Kitty Lee Pettus, Jean Rainey, Julia Smith, 

Phyllis Epperson, Jinx Miller, Caroline Peters 
Front: Nancy Jane Rainey, Gena Ellen Gander, 
Joan Sprouse 



ART STAFF 

Joyce Cramer, Nancy Long, Dawn Brewer, 

Lynn Black, Betty Matthews, Sarah Ferland 



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Y. W. C. A. 



The cabinet of .the Young Women's 
Christian Association of Madison Col- 
lege, in its annual retreat at the college 
L'amp, made plans for an inspiring year 
of Christian work. The retreat was 
ably led by Eva Ann Trumbo and 
Betty Wilkins. Eva Ann brought forth 
some ideas for the "Y" from the presi- 
dents' summer school in Chicago. 




EVA ANN TRUMBO 



The annual candlelight service ami the Big Sister-Little Sister party stalled 
the year for us. These were followed by a splendid membership enrollment. 

Almost before we knew it, Hallowe'en was here and we were making big 
plans for our party. There was much enthusiasm for the gay costumes, and 
everyone had a wonderful lime. 

We decided to start three new commissions as a part of the work ot the "V." 
These, on Christian Heritage, Personal and Campus Affairs, and Community 
Service, were led by Mary Edwards, Man- Rudasill, and Martha Thomas, res- 
pectively. We all enjoyed working" together on these commissions. 

The Modern Dance Club and The General Chorus added greater beauty to 
the Christmas pageant. The whole program of song, scripture, and tableaux was 
impressive. We also sponsored the "Kid Party," at which the student body 
generously gave gifts for the underprivileged children in this community. 



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Each: Jean Shelley, Mary Rudasill, Hazel Smith, Gladys Farmer, Irene Munson, Florence 

Perkinson, Sue Lipps, Barbara Wensel, Margaret Brown, Mary Shuler, Betty Rinehart, 

Martha Thomas, Elizabeth Black, Eugenia Savage, Jean Parker 

Front: Betty Retterer, Alary Edwards, Emily Pierce, Elizabeth Peak, Betty Wilkins, Eva 

Ann Trumho, June Hardy, Kathryn Richards, June Anderson, Maggie Hubbard 



Religious Emphasis Week was one of real inspiration and will help ns for a 
long time to come. Dr. and Mrs. Wickey were our speakers, and we were indeed 
fortunate to have them. 

Our World Student Service Fund Drive was given a substantial response 
when it came to our campus. We were all glad and willing to give any aid possible 
to the students abroad. 

Through Eva Ann's leadership, this past year has been one of real service. 



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Freshman Commission 




OFFICERS 
Gil Temple, Jean Buckmaster, MyrJe Gilpin and Jo Anne Wharton 



Every freshman is familiar with these words which call her to another Com- 
mission meeting under the capable leadership of (iil Tempel, "Don't forget 
Freshman Commission meets tonight in Alumnae right after dinner." 

You went to Singspi ration and Friday chapel or received invitations to the 
Birthday banguet, the work of our bright minds and nimble fingers. We also 
helped the Y. W. with various activities and gave special parties. 

Consistent application and a genuine de- 
sire to serve characterized this year's group 
of officers. They achieved success in their 
every activity. Congratulations are due the 
members and leaders of the Freshman 
Commission. 




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Baptist Student Union 



These are our memories of B. S. U. : a 
snowy walk down to church — cinnamon 
toast and Phyllis's hopeful "We need three 
dishwashers" — hearty laughter and a "good" 
time at parties and fellowship — quiet mo- 
ments in the Annual Room when the fellow- 
ship of prayer becomes a reality — the en- 
thusiasm and informality of our evening 
worship service — prayermates meeting back 
campus — the Andrew Club and real "soul- 
searching and seeking" — the quiet dignity 
of the morning worship service at our church — Thursday nights at the Student 
Center and an active concern that others might know Him — girls training them- 
selves to be more effective servants of Christ — Sunday School with a challenging 
message straight to the heart — "Christ, the Great Difference" at Winchester — 
"I'd Rather Have Jeasus" throughout the year — our Youth Revival which strength- 
ened determination and deepened convictions — our college girls making decisions 
for Christ and following Him in baptism — Betty B., our faithful and understand- 
ing counsellor — above all, Christ Himself, our true guide and inspirations. 




The Baptist Church 




Back : Nancy Montgomery, Betty Turner, Virginia Dare Eason, Elise Noel 

Third : Dot Rowe, Estelle Spivey, Mary Rudasill, Margaret Carter, Katherine Collie 

Second: Edley Rosazza, Ada Johnson, Barbara Wensel, Laura Dunnavant, Carolyn Smith, 

Elizabeth Peake 
Front: Ruth Brown, Gyneth Arthur, Eugenia Savage, Anna Shepherd, Maggie Hubbard, 

Elizabeth Black 



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Canterbury Club 




Back : Ellen Pinching, Nancy Wilson, Anne Speight, Mary Ashhy, Jean Marshall, 

Jean Parker, Betty Williams, Gladys Kemp, Norma Heiber. 

Second: Pats Swafhn, Jane Bishop, Jjilcie Woodson, Rose Lee Shone, Jerry Neathery, 

Elaine Starr, Marianna Clarke, Louise King, Jean Bruce, Bettie Steele, Alice Kivlan, 

Beth Williams, Mildred Albright 

Front: Mary Bishop, Araxy Hatehik, Mildred Bluett, Jackie Phelps, Roberta Gravely, 

Marianna Howard, Kitty Garner, Doret Bailey, Marjorie Dunthrone, 

Frances Weir, Jean Peterson. 

On September 12, girls from all the college 

church groups were eager to welcome us, the 
members of Canterbury Club, to retreat at Mas- 
sanetta for the first time. There we made plans 
for the year. We are extremely grateful to Mrs. 
Elliot Reeke, our director of college work, and 
to Marianna Howard, our president, who made 
these plans materialize. 

Monthly supper meetings, talks by ministers 
of other churches, parties, and serious planning 
have made this a fruitful year for all of us. As 
the year drew to a close, we realized fully our 
chance to "Know the Christ and make Him 
known." Concentrated into four short words are 
the plans for years to come : Fun, Fellowship, 
Worship, and Study. Our wish is that hand in 
hand, we of the Canterbury Club, will live fuller 
lives as a result of our living, worshiping, and studying together. 




The Episcopal Church 



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Junior 
Sisterhood 



Hi and good-by! How the months have flown. 
Beginning with our fall program and advancing 
right through to June, the eleven members of the 
Junior Sisterhood have packed away happy memor- 
ies of our time at Madison. 




Jewish Synagogue 



We became eleven earlv in the year, when six 
girls entered our group. With six new heads full of ideas, we found planning a 
program for the year almost as much fun as doing the things we planned. 

Our sponsor. Mrs. Mintzer, knows how to handle college girls, for parties 
at her house were high spots in our club year. She and her eleven junior sisters 
have lived a full fall-to- June vear ! 




Hannah Alirams, Sylvia Shure, Phyllis Feinlmrg, Barbara Frumkin, Shelia Brodsky, 
Audrey Spiro, Irene Seidman, Mary Cohen, Doralee Levine. 



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Lutheran Association 




Back : Ida Lee Thornburg, Nell Growe, Peggy Madsen, Mahlon Hoover. 

Second : Cora Marie Blackmore, Mary Ellen Wareham, Sue Mandelin, Peggy Kite, 

Phyllis Hockman, Doris Bowman. 

Front: Joanne Cronise, Eva Ann Trumbo, Pearl Cline, Catherine Kegley, Jean Shelly. 

Evelyn Clem 



Under the capable leadership of Shelly, our prexy, the Lutheran Student As- 
sociation has been guided through another successful year, which was opened 
with a get-together at Massanetta Caverns, where we welcomed many new mem- 
bers to our group. During the year we made several more "Treks" to the caverns, 
including a hay-ride in the pouring rain. 

We'll always remember our Christmas party in Junior Hall — fun, food, and 



pre-holiday merriment. 




The first Thursday in every month we 
met in Alumnae, drawn together by a bond 
of mutual fellowship and a desire "to de- 
velop wholesome social life and strong 
Christian friendships." The chief aim of the 
L. S. A. is to provide fellowship, inspira- 
tion, and worship for Lutheran girls attend- 
ing Madison. 

Each Sunday morning we worshipped 
with the local congregation and enjoyed 
their warm friendship, and on Sunday even- 
ing we again journeyed to "the far end of 
town" to enjoy an hour of inspiration, fun, 
and food. 



The Lutheran Church 



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Newman Club 




The Catholic Church 



Early in September the Newman Club began 
its plans tor the activities of the coming year. 
Under the supervision of our able president, 
Gloria McCarthy, and our pastor, Father Hoff- 
ner, we began our monthly meetings and discuss- 
ed ways in which we could bring closer together 
not only our Catholic students here on campus but also our fellow students at 
Bridgewater and Shenandoah College. Together with them we also held our 
monthly socials in the Parish Hall, and with the help of our capable officers and 
willing freshmen we spent many an enjoyable evening together. 

Our Discussion Club helped us towards the realization of our aims and ideals 
and also drew us closer together by a strong bond of fellowship. 

For the success of the past year we give thanks to Father Hoffner for his 
help and advice and also to the other parish members who did so much to make 
us feel at home. 




VYilda Perez, Judith Nutting, Genevieve Goepfert, Martha Bradley, Lois Brandt, 

Flsie Bellenot, Nancy Petrey, Mary Ferguson, Gloria McCarthy, Ann DonLeavy, 

Louise Albrittain, Shirley Kodrich, Rose Lee DeBirney, Rosemary Kernan 



Wesley Foundation 







Back : Charlotte Oothoudt, Ruth Harris. Geneva Karnes, Bennie Hurst, Frances Sneed 

Fourth: Irene Blair, Bessie Hawk, Betty Ferguson, Sue Landis, Carrie Moore, 

June Lynn, June Hardy, Mary Edwards, Ethel Spradlin, Jean Snedegar, 

Jean Collins, Mabel Henderson. 

Third: Rebecca Settle, Louise Clark. Danny Broome, Norma Gay, Betty Weller. 

Second: Lenore Seibel, Joan Hartsook. Catherine Moorefield. 

Front: Marian Holbrook, Xancye Butterworth. Mildred Ritchie, Ebie Copley, 

Mae Zirkle. Gladys Farmer, Ellen Rader, Margaret Matthews, Charlotte Evans. 

"Wesley Foundation" — Those words mean to 
every Methodist on campus a source of living 
fellowship. They mean an opportunity for mean- 
ingful worship, delightful occasions for the mak- 
ing of new friends, and preparation for a full life. 
Rather special to us are the Sunday nights 
when Mrs. Gibbons and Mr. Black well lead us 
into their homes. Our hosts and hostesses seem 
to find it easy to make us feel at home — group 
singing, kitchen-raids, and popcorn-poppings 
come to their assistance at the most wonderful 
times. 

Tribute for much goes to our leaders — Gladys 
Farmer, president of Wesley Foundation, Mrs. 
Gibbons, our ever-ready sponsor. Mr. Blackwell, 
pastor of Harrisonburg Methodist Church, and 
Dotty 1. cache, church secretary. We have found 
in their lives the spirit of Wesley Foundation. 
One of our major undertakings this year was 
an "all-Methodist" party in the fall. Madison faculty and students met over in- 
formal cups of cocoa and deviled eggs, and what fun it was! 




The Methodist Church 



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Westminster 
Fellowship 






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The Presbyterian Church 



The Westminster Fellowship now looks back 
on a year crowded with many events and ac- 
tivities. 

We planned and carried out our program with 
the help of our new director, Polly Taylor, and 
our new minister, Mr. Edwards. Evelyn and 
Sam Shrum were still with us as our guiding lights. 

The annual council meeting at Massanetta started things rolling last fall and 
was soon followed early in November by the Student Conference at Roslyn, 
Virginia. It was at this conference that our own president, Betty Miller, was 
elected to the office of vice-president of the Virginia State Westminster Council. 
In December we were well represented by Sue Lipps and Betty Gordon at 
the Froncon Confernce held at Kansas University. 




Hack: Mabel Sites, Alary Muse, Jean Fultz, Ann Alexander, Peggy Burnett, 

Pat Newton, Jean Gaither, Pat Griffith, Lou Miller. 
Fifth: Virginia Gordon, Norma Wilson, Wailes Darby, J u Anne Witten, Carobai 

Sanderson, Marie House, Kathryn Chapman, Nadine Clendening. 
Fourth: Frances Swecker, Mae Hall, Lorraine Dorrington, Dreama Bowen, 

Ann Powell, Nancy Morrison, Mary Horn, Judith Ramsey, Peggy Shomo. 

Third: Betty Gordon, Alice Engleman, Virginia Bell, Faye Ferris, Mary Sewell, 

Patricia Stewart, Betty Retter^r, Ramona Brown. 

Second: Dot Lewis, Betty Wilson, Martha Jane Smith, Mary Jane Bryan, 

Sue Lipps, Jean Rainey. 

First: Jane Schink, Elizabeth Wilson, Jeanne Bailey, Mary Keller, Betty Miller. 



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Kappa Delta 
Pi 

Not long after we arrived on campus in 
September, Rose Marie Pace called the 
executive board into session to perfect 
tentative program plans for the year that 
were formulated last spring. It was 
agreed that the theme, "Opportunities 
Facing the Future Teacher," would give 
unity to the programs and also furnish 
valuable information to prospective 




ROSE PACE 



teachers seeking employment in Virginia and nearby states. Accordingly, inter- 
esting programs were given by representatives of the teaching profession, includ- 
ing a superintendent of schools, a principal, a supervisor, and a classroom teacher. 
Besides, members of the chapter reported on interviews they had with superin- 
tendents, and on letters they received from school divisions, setting forth the 
opportunities for beginning teachers. 

Rose Marie Pace and Jennie Snowden represented our chapter at the Biennial 
Convocation held in Atlantic City in February. They brought back ideas and in- 
spirations which should be invaluable to those who will initiate and carry on the 
program next year. 

Not only did we carry out an ambitious professional program, but realizing 
that "all work and no play makes Jill a dull girl," we interspersed the programs 
with social get-to-gethers. We'll long remember the fun we had on the weiner 
roast held back campus honoring the twenty-three pledges. Nor will we forget the 



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Christmas party which brought the Yuletide spirit into the hearts of each Kappa 
Delta Pi member. 




Muck: Betty Coyne, Rose Mitchell, Lois Stine, Alice Mercer Jones, Elaine Starr. 

Peggy Wood, Jo Hammond, Millie Bushong, Virginia Albrittain. 

Fourth: Joyce Sutton, Anna P. Shepherd, Lillian DeModena, Betty Cox, Barbara 

Wensel, Mary Rudasill, Jenny Snowden, Irene Reynolds. 

Third: Margaret Jessup, Benny Hurst, Ruth Thompson, Phyllis Eppersi.n, 

Jane MacMurran, Peggy Thacker, Nancy Bryant, Inez Creel, Jo Vaughan. 

Second: Ida Hart Chapell, Marilyn Lee, Nan Carter, Eleanor Tiller, 

Mary Frances Shuler, Glenna 1 )odson, Leslie Hall. 

Front: Mike Reed, Betty \\ ilkins, Ann Williams, Biddy Fensterwald, Mary E. Black, 

Rose Pace, Joan Sprouse, Eva Ann Trumbo, Jo Johnson. 



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Pi Omega Pi 




/in, k : Alice Engleman, June Hardy, Katherine Ann Collie, Grace Scott, 

Audrey Hinton, Janice Lohr, Betty AI ilia Cox, Frances Hundley 

Second: Hazel Smith, (iena Gander, Peggy Wood, Anna Preston Shepherd, 

Mary Shepherd Alherts. 

Front: Phyllis Epperson, Angeline Matthews, Lillian DeModena, Marilyn T.ee. 



Early on a cold February morning, the new pledges sleepily arrived in Har- 
rison Hall to be pledged into Pi Omega Pi, national honorary business fraternity. 
After the impressive candlelight service, these students were guests of Beta Nu 
chapter at breakfast in the Tea Room. 

April 9, another important date on our calendar, was Pi Omega Pi Day. Mr. 
Charles Reigner, president of the Rerve Publishing Company, spoke in the regular 
Wednesday assembly on "Opportunities in the Business World." After this the 
officers and sponsors entertained Mr. Reigner at a luncheon. The initiation of the 
new members immediately before our annual banquet was the climax of our day. 

We wish to thank our sponsors, Mrs. Coffman and Dr. Turille, and our 
president, Anna Preston Shepherd, for their leadership and help in making this 
a successful year. 



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Sigma Phi Lambda 

Soft music wafted from Alumnae Hall that November afternoon as the 
Freshmen approached. Just another tea they thought placidly — until they were 
inside and being introduced to the officers of Sigma Phi Lambda. Vivacious Kay 
Richards, our president, and Barbara Banish, our capable vice-president, headed 
the line of friendly sophomores. The annual "get-acquainted" tea was only one 
of the successful social ventures sponsored by the junior honor society in carrying 
out its two-fold purpose — to promote and maintain scholarship and to provide 
social experience. 

Laborious hours in the library, anxious hours of preparation, desperate hours 
of pre-exam study, and then, magically, the precious A's and B's testify to our 
interest in carrying out our first and most significant aim. 

Proudly we initiated our new members, seeing in them the hope of future 
high intellectual attainment on our campus. 

As the year ended we looked to Miss Lanier, our sponsor, with appreciation 
for her inspired guidance. 




Hcnk 



Lynn Black, Retha Shirkey, Elizabeth Yaughan, Ester Shrieves, Mary Cohen, 
Nancy Hamilton, Irene Seidman, Joyce Cramer, Ruth Harshbarger, 
Elizabeth Jameson, Irene Blair. 
Imogene Lineburg, Lucille Berger, Pearl Cline, Norma Hoke, Phyllis Burns, 

Fern Waters, Norma Gay, Elsie Morris, Nancye Butterworth. 

Verna Thompson, Pat Griffith, Wailes Darby, Mariana Clarke, Sarah Strader, 

June Anderson, Ann Hoover, Frances Councill. 

ond : Joyce Lumsden, Dot Rowe, Mary Boone, Zona Landes, Jane Mohler, 

Betty Hurdle, Ida Mae Willis, Catherine Payne, Kathern Garner. 

Front: Katherine Cover, Kay Richards, Jeanette Tonner, Irene Munson, Barbara Banish. 



Fourth : 
Third : 

St 



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Panhellenic 
Council 




GWYN SNAPP 



Rush week was really Panhellenic's 
week on campus this year. Besides at- 
tending to its routine, but ever excitingly 
new, duties of issuing notices and in- 
structions — and, finally, bids — to the new 
rushees, the Council undertook a special 

Panhellenic social event for rush week. Panhellenic had its first Rush Tea! It was 
quite the affair, too, with the rushees wearing dazzling smiles of hope to disguise 
their fears of an unbalanced teacup or of the wrong thing said to the right person 
and their Greek hostesses wearing evening gowns to disguise their knee-shaking 
fears of a "first" social flop. Finally, however, the tea was a delightful success, 
the Council voted to make an institution of it, and the hopeful rushees became 
sorority girls. 




'I'lu- Southern Colonels played fur our dance 



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Back : Ann Williams, Dawn Brewer, Inez Creel, Elizabeth Coyne, Annalee Messick, 

Joan Holbrook, Frances Cary Goodson, Alice Hunter, Virginia Watson, Margaret Kenny. 

Front: Nancy Jane Long, Jo Vaughan, Gwyn Snapp, Betty Broome, Rebecca Settle. 



Each of the five sororities entertained at its own special social event during 
rush week, too. If the rushees had time to do any imagining, they must have 
imagined themselves either in the middle of Alice's changing Wonderland or in 
the middle of an Arabian night, as they were swept from harem to cafe society 
to dude ranch for sorority parties. 

In football time the five boys' football teams on campus made an appeal 
through Panhellenic for the support of the sororities for their back-campus games. 
Each sorority named and sponsored a team, and touch football became a part of 
Madison. Throughout the year the Council has worked for closer affiliation be- 
tween the sororities and the boys' organizations. 

With the Christmas spirit already in the air, Panhellenic Council added the 
spice of an Old English holiday to its Christmas dance. The plan of the theme 
was developed and carried out under the very capable direction of Betty Coyne, 
and the turnout of decorators — girls and boys — for the event warmed Pan- 
hellenic hearts. Old English carolers met the dance couples coming in to warm 
themselves at the "let's-pretend" fireplace in Reed Hall. Inside the "ballroom," 
the guests recognized sorority shields and houses on window-drops and the South- 
ern Colonels on the bandstand. By figure time, rumors of "a new kind of figure" 
were floating around and eyes kept wandering to the Old English house at the end 
of the hall. The hour arrived, and radiant Gwynn Snapp led the couples out of the 
front door of the house. They walked to "White Christmas" as they began to 
form a white candle with red flame and green candlestick — the first colored 
figure remembered at Madison. 



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Alpha Sigma 
Alpha 




It's September of 1947 and Carter House 
once more resounds with the eager, excited 
voices of the A. S. A.'s. Another year of 
sharing with each other events, both happy *"* 
and sad, — rush week, a time of high hopes 
and hidden fears, pledging day with twenty- 
two girls entering into our group, participation in the Collegiate Press Convention 
for Lois and "Mike." the Founders' Day banquet, the entertaining and original 
Christmas party given to the old members by the new members on initiation day, 
and the Senior breakfast. These are some important things which every girl will 
remember. 

Again the days have slipped away, days rilled with the little things which 
are the essence of the sisterly atmosphere in the House. We recall those midnight 
reminiscences, those long involved plans for the future, visits of the alumnae, the 
time we got a new radio-vie, the satisfaction we felt when we received proof that 




Jo and Margaret climli the peak. 



Carter House 



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S«<-£ : Patsy Ashbrook, Gyneth Arthur, Laura Dunnavant, Nancy Bryant, Jane Staples, 

Millie Bushong, Jo Garber, Mitzi Borkey, Katherine Collie, Margaret Egghorn, 

Jenny Snowden, Irene Blair, Ruth Harshbarger, Pat Ingram, Kay Richards, 

June Anderson, Betty Jean Smith, Earline Norwood, Lois Early 

Fourth : Jean Shelley, Eleanor Andrews, Lynn Black, Ann Yeatts, Norma Gay 

Third: Elsie Bellenot, Elizabeth Ferguson, Eva Ann Trumbo, Mary Rudasill, 

Margaret Hoggard, Mary Ellen Nethers, Dot Dickenson, Lou Goettling, 

Elizabeth Peak, Betty Gray Scott, Lois Stine, Gene Savage, Margaret Dukes, 

Hazel Smith, Carolyn Peters, Kitty Garner, Anne Hoover 

Second: Emily Pierce, Rebecca Settle, Helen Smith, Eleanor Gregory, Virginia 

Farmer, Betty Lou Henshaw, Betty W'eller, Geraldine Neathery, Nancy Rogers. 

Front : Betty Retterer, Margaret Thacker, Betty Wilkins, Margaret Reid, 

Jo Vaughan, Barbara Cabe, Dawn Brewer, Ethelene Smith, Wanda Lewter, 

Nancy Buttcrworth 



the aim of our social service project had been accomplished, and the traditional 
"Cafe Society" rush party with its song, "Kitchen Mechanics." Who can forget 
singing "The Sweetheart Song" and having that inexplicable feeling of love 
mingled with tears of regret that it must end soon? Yes, time has passed all too 
quickly, but the memories will remain. 

We realize that this year would not have been as memorable without the 
capable leadership of our president, Jo Vaughan, and our sponsors, Miss Boje 
and Miss Schneider. 



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Alpha Sigma 
Tau 



Last September we eagerly anticipated the 
arrival of each A. S. T. girl on campus. We 
could hardly wait for things to begin, for 
our ideas and plans were tremendous. 




lOAN HOLBROOK 



First on our list of things to do was to 
purchase new furniture and furnishings for 

Lincoln House. Under the supervision of Mrs. Lockard, our house mother, we 
purchased three lamps, a rug, and two end tables, and we upholstered two chairs. 
Were we proud of the finished product! 

Our rush party was held on October 17. The rushees were guests of Alpha 
Sigma Tau at the "Club Amarillo," down Mexico way. Dr. Latimer's readings, 
the good food and "rinks," the bullfight, Betty Lou's jokes (pure corn), and 
"Torchy Ann," all helped make the evening one that will live long in our memories. 

We welcomed thirty-three pledges into our fellowship in December. Virginia 
Britton helped them along the road from pledges to active members. She did an 
excellent job, too. 

This was truly a red-letter year for us. We gained a new sponsor, Dr. Mary 
Latimer, who was always there, along with Miss Frank, to counsel and guide us. 




Relaxing after 



hard day 



Home — Lincoln House 



Our big night — The Rush Party 



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Back: Elizabeth DuPre, Norma Hoke, Margaret Kenny, Johanna Shallcross, 

Edith Cabaniss, Margaret Stone, Catherine Cover, Charlotte Evans, Mattie Tett, 

Beulah Owen, Particia Daugherty, Carrie White Moore, Betty Davis, Virginia Starke, 

Mary Virginia Ashby, Mary Lynn, Mary Gilmore, Jean Gaither, Elizabeth 

Pierce, Retha Shirker, Rose Marie Pace, Charlotte Boice, Virginia Grant, 

Anne Speight, Dorothy Elliott, Jean Snedegar 

Middle: Shirley Quinn, Ruth Thompson, Shirley Shorter, McClain Bowen, Vivian 

Ritenour, Virginia Britton, Martha Baker, Betty Milla Cox, Doris WTiite, 

Louise Clark, Barbara Banish, Lenore Seibel, Beulah Markham, Nancy 

Wilson, Patsy Sours 

Front: Margaret Reeder, Jane Castles, Betty Lou Brooks, Jean Jesse, Ann Williams, 

Joan Holbrook, Leslie Hall, Ruby Horsley, Nancy Ellis, Faye Bell, Elizabeth 

Jamerson, Jane Mohler. 



At Christmastide, we felt we wanted to share with others. Our own party 
was simple, but we fixed up a box of fruits and nuts and sent it to the Rockingham 
County Home. We'll never forget the enjoyment and satisfaction we had singing 
carols around campus. We were "dreaming of a white Christmas." 

All good things must come to a close, and so must one year together in Alpha 
Sigma Tau. Off with the old and on with the new is our motto. Others will start 
next year anew, working, playing, serving, making memories in true A. S. T. 
fashion. 



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Pi Kappa 
Sigma 




VIRGINIA WATSON 



Although the days have come and gone, 
we proudly look back on the many wonder- 
ful times we have had this year. Under the 
capable leadership of Virginia Watson, Pi 
Kappa Sigma has successfully left its mark 
(in the campus. 

Rush week was one of the first important events on our calendar this year. 
At the beginning of this week, we threw out the "welcome mat" and opened wide 
our doors. The "rec" room was "jumping" as the rushees "cut a rug" on the con- 
crete floor. Then came our big party of the year — The Arabian Night Club. This 
club had everything Arabia ever thought of and more. At the end of rush week, 
we pledged thirteen girls into our sorority, and we called them "the cream of the 
crop." 

We were very happy to have Mrs. Hal Sindles, the first vice-president of the 
Grand Council, inspect our chapter in ( )ctober. Mrs. Sindles was an excellent 
example of the Pi Kap spirit, and she left with us many new ideas to be used in 
the future. 

November 17 was another event for Pi Kappa Sigma, as we celebrated 




Happy smiles as they leave the library 



Ida Hart bribes Santa 



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Back: Nancy Perm, Jackie Burton, Ann Lyons, Betty Hurdle, Cary Goodson, Ida Hart 
Chappell, Evelyn Dickson, jane Grant, Margaret Jessup, Ebie Copley, Eustace Sampson, 

Marylew Ellison 

Third : Myra Fensterwald, Dorothy Budge, Juanell Mottern, Joyce Watkins, Iris Arrants, 

Mary Sheppard Alberts, Mary Hodgson, Frances Antrim, Barbara Shaw, Jackie Kayser, 

Anna Catherine Walter, Jeanne Peterson 

Second : Ruth Barnes, Joan Kirby, Cora Jean White, Jo Hammond, Alice Mercer Jones 

Jane McMurran, Anne Myers, Mary Alice Joyner, Mary Louise Huntington, 

Annalee Messick, Lois Brackett, Ann Curtis 

Front: Lynda Yeatts, Jane Pincus, Virginia Watson, Marjorie Phelps, Mae Zirkle, Martha 

Walton, Mary Hunter Drewrey, Cecil Kelley, Ramona McCary, Ann Thomas 

Founders' Day. The pledges and members boarded the college bus and dined at 
the Triangle in Staunton. This was an especially memorable occasion for all of 
us. 

Then came Christmas — and the pledges played Santa Claus for the old mem- 
bers. We had the party in Alumnae Hall, and a real live Santa Claus came out 
of the chimney. He was really covered in ashes and soot. Tn his bag (laundry) 
he carried appropriate gifts for the old members. 

Our Christmas would not have been complete without the annual Christmas 
party for the orphans. We tied our gifts of toys and clothes in pretty packages 
and carried them to the orphanage. Since no party for children would be complete 
without ice cream, we carried that also. After the children had opened their 
presents, we played games and sang songs with them until we had to say good- 
bye. However, Easter wasn't far away and for the Pi Kaps that meant an Easter 
egg bunt at the orphanage. 

The bottle of green money and copper and silver coins sitting on the table 
in our front hall is an increasing collection for our war orphan in Europe. We 
have pledged to support a child for one year, and the girls are really doing a fine 
job. 

Our sponsors, Mrs. Johnston and Miss Jansen, have been more than helpful 
in directing our activities this year. 



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Sigma Sigma 
Sigma 




September brought us together again 
after a big Convention summer with a tan- 
gible reward resting on the mantle in the 
living room — the Efficiency Cup. We all 
have hopes of keeping it there. \I.KK HUNTER 

October's golden days hold fond memor- 
ies of rush week, when we corralled twenty-six lovely pledges at the Sigma Dude 
Ranch. The ghosts of Wild Bill and Calamity Jane rode again! 

To prove that Tri Sigma is changing with the changing scene here at Madi- 
son, we sponsored a football team, the Sigma Dynamos. With "l'amp" as cheer- 
leader and all seventy Sigmas giving ardent support, how could they lose? 

Christmas week with the T. B. Drive, the orphans' party, that cold, cold 
session of carolling, coffee hour before Panhellic Dance, and finally the big 
dance itself with our lovely Gwynn leading the figure still leave us a little 
breathless. 

In memory of .Mr. Conrad Logan, our teacher and friend, we decided to give 
a book each year to the Harrisonburg Public Library, of which he was president. 
Mr. Logan was the father of Jane Logan Long, one of Alpha Upsilon's charter 
members. 




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That wonderful "pledge day' 



Sunday at Sprinkle House 



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Front : Jean Minis, Barbara Palmer, Gwyn Snapp, Jean Slaughter, Clarice Reeves, Evelyn 
lane Fosnight, Alice Hunter, Alice Sherman, Jo Johnson, Barbara Pamplin, Shirley Jones, 

Shirley F'ickrel, Jean Derflinger, Henrietta Lanier, Sarah Seay 

Second : Lila Springmann, Marilyn Lee, Betty Matthews, Shirley Taylor, Gladys Kemp, 

Gina Ellen Gander, Joyce Dallas, Dorothy Herbert, Frances Garfinkel, Roberta Monahan, 

Joanne Craig, June larrett, Mary Jane Bryan, Mary Bob Sewell, Dorothy Layman, 

Martha Thomas, Jean Parker, Betsy Johnson, Hilda Lewis, Natalie Bowman 

Hack: Doris Sherman, Louise Woodward, Sarah Ferland, Katherine Hamilton, Nan Carter, 

Hetty Broome, Peggy Hollis, Marion Bates, Irene Munson, Marianna Clarke, Carter Harrison, 

Eleanor Tiller, Jane Lucy, Joyce Cramer, Virginia Harrison, Mildred Ritchie, Ann Starling. 

Elsie Thornhill, Trula Hutton, Peggy Dinkel, Martha Jane Smith, Faye Ferris, 

Marianna Howard, Joan Hartsook, Beverly Lewis, Mildred Cross, Margaret Hurst, 

Irene Revnolds, Lou Miller, Ann Sibert 



This year Founders' Day celebrations were even more wonderful than before, 
as this was Tri Sigma's fiftieth birthday. The wearing of white, seeing and being 
with our alumnae, and the inspiring formal banquet will always live in that part of 
our hearts set aside for most special memories. 

We are justly proud of the marvelous work done by our president, Alice 
Hunter. When she started to set the machinery of Sigma into operation, things 
really began to happen in a big way. And we Alpha Upsilons could never think 
of Tri Sigma without cherished memories of our gracious sponsors, "Rarca" and 
Miss Hudson. Could we ask for more? 

Truly, it has been a glorious year for Alpha L'psilon. 



Theta Sigma 
Upsilon 




BETTY COYNE 



Suitcases, trunks, and boxes of sundry ^gjp 
sizes and shapes were deposited in the MHH 
rooms and halls of Messick — the official 
signal to start another busy trip around the 
calendar to June. 

Of course, rushing was our first exciting 
and important layover, followed by our Rush Party, which was a whirlwind jaunt 
through sneak previews of Hallowe'en, Christmas, and Easter, these gala occa- 
sions being representative of our theme. Within a short time our new pledges 
were welcomed whole-heartedly' by all of the old members. 

Several highlights of the year were our privileges of sponsoring the "Theta 
Thugs," the finest football team ever ; entertaining the men's club on campus, 
Sigma Delta Rho, at a "coffee"; and holding open house for our girls and their 
dates before each formal dance. 

The Theta Sigs were proud and happy when two of our members, Nan Creel 
and Mary Lee Mover, were among those chosen for recognition in this year's 
edition of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. 







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Laugh and be gay 






Our House — Messick 



A meeting by the wall 



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Back: Mary Feagans, Martha Ramsey. Jean Collins, Gay Scott, Barbara Jameson 
Fourth : Inez Creel, Margaret Brown, Rebecca Rogers, Georgia Hoskinson, June Hardy, 
Man- Edwards, Margaret Holland, lloris Young, Charlotte Oothoudt, Sue Bostic, Betty Moyer 

1 1 lyce Sutton 
Third: Mary Moyer, Mary Kidwell, Florence Perkinson, Elizabeth Rinehart, Lucille Grubb, 

Anna Faircloth 
Second: Virginia Miller, Kathryn 1 lehart, Betty Everhart, Helen Mitchell, Alice Engleman 
Front: Elizabeth Whitehurst, Louise Albrittain, Julia Smith, Elizabeth Coyne, Rose Mitchell, 

Nancy Long 



Time out for improvement ! With a flurry of paint brushes and drapery 
material, we overhauled dear old Messick. 

The days sped by and the annual Panhellenic dance was just around the 
corner. Our tickets were good for bids to a gay, exciting evening. We were 
especially pleased with the lovely decorations which were planned and supervised 
by our own Betty Coyne. 

Pride and delight were ours when we learned that Mary Lee Moyer had been 
chosen as the Madonna for the Y. W. C. A. Christmas Pageant. 

As we sped on into the spring, we welcomed visitors from Tau chapter at 
Farmville, sponsored the March of Dimes Campaign on campus, talked over old 
times with our alumnae at Homecoming, held open house for members of the other 
sororities on campus, celebrated our Founders' Day with a formal banquet, and 
enjoyed a family picnic. 

And now our train of memory carries us almost prematurely to the end of 
our journey with reluctant thoughts of losing some of our cherished sisters with 
the coming of graduation. Thanks to "Doc" and "Doc, Jr." and to each member 
for making this another happy, successful year. 



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Sigma Delta 
Rho 




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Sigma Delta Rho has seen a busy year 
since it was organized by a handful of 
men students in the spring of '47. 



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BERYL SNKI.[.IN(;S 



We feel that our fraternity has exper- 
ienced a high degree of success in tine ful- 
fillment of its purpose of creating an atmos- 
phere of friendliness and cooperation toward the faculty, the student body, and 
other organizations on campus. The enthusiasm displayed by the individual mem- 
bers in planning and executing the various activities which the fraternity has 




'reparing for battle 



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Hack: I. I!. Figgatt, Ralph (.line, Larry Hatch 
Third: Roy Hawkins, D. J. Driver, D. W. Fawley, Jr., Richard Thompson, \\ illi-. heal, 

Walter Sellers 
Second : Kenton Gamhill, Melvin Koogler, David tarter, Thomas Driver, Harrel Emmons, 

Nick Pascaretti, Pete Corbin 
Front: Ronald Burton, David Turner, Beryl Snellings, Jr., Baylor Nichols, Walter Eye, 

Roy Butler 



sponsored has been indicative of a true spirit of cooperation — a spirit which we 
trust will help establish a permanent place in Madison College for our fraternity. 

In the course of the year Sigma Delta Rho has sponsored a Sunday Vesper 
program and a Tuesday Listening Hour program, and has made contributions to 
various charitable organizations. On the less serious side there were occasional 
informal parties at Massanutten Caverns, and how well we all recall the frater- 
nity's big event of the year, the dance held in Reed Gym on January 31. The 
dance, which was given for the students and faculty, was the first to be spon- 
sored at Madison College by an organization of men students. 

To the diligence of our president, Beryl Snellings. and to the guidance and 
cooperation of our sponsors, Mr. ICagle and Dr. Curtis, we attribute much of 
the success of Sigma Delta Rho at the conclusion of its first year of activity. 



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The Orchestra 



"Back at the beginning — it's such a good place to start." Orchestra girls 
know these words to be a favorite expression of our conductor, Mr. Marshall, 
during our three rehearsals each week. 

The New World Symphony, Caucasian Sketches, Beethoven's Fifth, March 
of the Little Lead Soldiers, and Amapola were heard coming from the studio in 
the fall and winter months in preparation for our spring activities. 

As before, March found the Alumnae listening to the orchestra which has 
grown, changed players, and advanced in the past year. No one knows what 
wonderful times we had presenting programs at nearby schools, giving our con- 
certs on campus, and playing on tour in the spring ! 




Madison College Orchestra — 1947 



154 



Practice, rehearsals, stage-crew work, travel, and playing — all went to make 
the successful orchestra year that holds many memories for us all. 



Blanchard, Reuu 
Branson, 1 lorothy 
Cabaniss, Edith 
Clendening, Nadine 
Coates, Jane 
Coffmann, Marguerite 
Cromis, Ellen 
Dobbs, 1 )iana 
Dunnavant, Laura 
Kabler, Betty 



MEMBERS 

Koontz, Helen 
Lehman, Marjorie 
Lester, Mary 
Mattox, Elizabeth 
McCarthy, Gloria 
M older, Jane 
Nutting, Judith 
Phelps, Jackie 
Richards, Kay 



Rhodes, Mary Stuarl 
Rogers, Nancy 
Rowe, Dorothy 
Snedegar, Jean 
Strader, Barbara 
Strader, Sarah 
Thomas, Dorothy 
Watkins, Shirley 
Willis, Ida 
Young, Doris 



Margaret Brown — Business Manager 




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The Glee 
Club 



When the halls of Harrison an- filled 
with melody, which drifts down from 
behind the closed doors of the music 
room, you know that the ( dee Club is 
having one of its three weekly rehearsals. 
It is not difficult to sense that those voices 
are vibrant and full of joy despite the 
fact that the participants face no harder 
tasks in the classroom than they do in 
these weekly practice sessions. 

After initiation at the beginning of the first 
members in the Glee Club was fifty. To celebrate 




JANE STAPLES 



semester 
he taking 



the total 
in of these 



tnmil 
new 



ier ol 
girls, 




OFFICERS 
ane Staples, Janice Lohr, I'eggy I tinkle, Helen Smith, Peggy Wood, Emily I'ierce 



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Back : Elizabeth Meeks, Virginia Hundley, Kctlia Shirker. Janice Lohr, Dorothy Wainwright, 

Doris Atkins, Luis Stinc 

Fourth fttr^-. Margaret Hurst, Ruth Thompson, Frances Hundley, Elaine Starr, 

Betty Burnside, Julia Smith, Eleanor Tiller, Ann Hoover, Eugenia Savage 

Third Row: Virginia Eason, Rose Marie Pace. June Finks, Peggy Dinkel, Gertrude McGrew, 

Ruth Anne Agnor, Ollie Vee Walpoie, Patricia Stewart, Doris Davis, Nancy Jennings 

Second 7?oie : Shirley Quinn, Geraldine Neathery, Mary Margaret Purcell, Helen Spivey, 

Peggy Carter, Ann Carter, Emily Pierce, Eva Ann Trumbo, Betty Ferguson. 

Front: Ann Williams, Gwyn Snapp, Wanda Lewter, Shirley Harless, June Brewton, 

Marie Garher, Joanne Craig, Helen Smith, Jane Staples, Peggy Wood. 

we bad a picnic at Hone Quarry. A Softball game and lots of food were out- 
standing features of the day. 

This year we were on the move constantly, appearing in chapel, in Y. W. C. 
A. programs, and in other campus programs, such as May Day and Commence- 
ment. Our annual Christmas concert this year was enjoyed by a capacity crowd 
in Wilson Auditorium. The assistance of a seventy-five voice Glee Club from 
V. M. I. added considerably to an already superb presentation. The finale of the 
program, a fantasy of angels, was especially inspiring. 

Since the spring Auditions were held here on our own campus this year, in 
April, the Glee Club did not take its annual long trip. To make up this loss, we 
took several short ones from time to time. In the fall, we traveled to Roanoke, 
where we sang at William Fleming High School, Thomas Jefferson High School, 
and over radio station W. D. B. J. After the first semester examinations we went 
to Lexington for another performance with V. M. I. and were royally entertained 
by the cadets there. On Palm Sunday the Y. M. C. A. at the University of Vir- 
ginia played host to us as we sang at the University Chapel Vespers. In spite 
of the pleasant recollections of these trips, the singing of our Alma Mater each 
time the bus turned into the Madison gate came to be the most thrilling experience 
of all. 

Within tine heart of each Glee Club member there will always be a warm 
spot reserved solely for our director, Miss Shaeffer. the greatest inspiration of our 
successful achievement. 



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Lost Chords 




Back : Gloria McCarthy, Helen Koontz, Barbara Strader, Jackie Fhelps 
Front : Eleanor Andrews, Dorothy Branson, Nadine Clendening, Shirley Watkins 



Black ties, white shirts, white jackets, and black skirts, hose or leg make-up. 
"Surely we're not going to play for that dance tomorrow night ! We haven't had a 
good rehearsal for three weeks, and we haven't any hit tunes!" That's what is 
often said by the Lost Chords. 

All kidding aside, Lost Chords practice each Tuesday and Thursday night 
for an hour and a half with Mr. Marshall's direction. The familiar "back to the 
beginning," as in orchestra, is heard many times by "Lost Chorders." 

We store up many memories each year playing for the Kiwanis Club, the 
Rotary banquet, the dances at Harrisonburg High School, the basket-ball games, 
Saturday night informals, and the high-light of the year, our own dance. 



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Concert Band 



The newly organized Madison College Concert Hand, composed of twenty- 
six players, is a group whose aims are to develop a musical acquaintance with 
band repertoire and at the same time to afford an opportunity for social develop 
ment. 

Membership in the band is open to any person who enjoys playing and who 
would like to further his band experience while studying at Madison. The band 
is looking forward to a continued growth. 




OFFICERS 
Jean Snedegar, Baylor Nichols, Edith Cabaniss, James Logan 



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Aeolian Club 




Eleanor Andrews, Shirley Wilson, Araxy Hatchik, Jo Johnson, Emily Pierce, Peggy Carter, 
Virginia Dixon, Peggy Dinkel, Betty Miller, Benny Hurst, Jane Mohler, Bessie Hawk, 

Freddie Willis 



In Harrison Hall recital room at live on Wednesday afternoons, the Aeolians, 
weary from a day of one continuous struggle from an 8 o'clock class, student 
teaching, an unprepared music lesson, and that last double lab, gather for another 
musical. After the regular business meetings where we have discussed our year's 
activities, or agonized over the idea of playing in public, our adviser. Miss Dodd, 
demonstrates that "there's nothing to it" by fascinating us with Debussy's intri- 
cately woven "Fireworks." 

So we plan and give recitals and keep a bulletin board of raido programs 
and musical events of interest in the surrounding community. 



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Cotillion 
Club 

The Cotillion members began a busy 
year with goating in the fall. During 
these days, every goat had the privilege 
of serving old members in every eon- 
eeivable way — from early morning 
concerts to afternoon variety aets. 

Amid tine Christmas rush, Cotillion 
members thought of less fortunate 
families in Harrisonburg with Christ- 
mas baskets. 




FRANCES WEEKS 



March 20, the dale of the annual mid-winter dance, remains the big mo- 
ment in the memories of Cotillions. Among their treasured souvenirs lies a blue 
and white dance program reminiscent of the night, when, in an atmosphere of 
moonlight and roses, Frances, our president, led the figure most gracefully. 

Throughout the year, Cotillion members enjoyed many socials, especially 
the picnic which closed the year's activities. 




GoaL Days are hard and long 



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OFFICERS 

lUnk: Barbara Pamplin, lane Pincus, Lynda Yeatts, Can Goodson 

I'runl : Ruih Barnes, Frances Weeks, Janet Kayser 



Antrim, Frances 
Arrants, Iris 
Banish, Barbara 
Barnes, Ruth 
Batts, Betty 
Bland, I lorothy 
Bowman, Natalie 
Budge, I lorothy 
Carter, Nan 
( hapman, Elsie Mae 
Christie, Frances 
Clark, Marianna 
( nx, Rose Marj 
Craig, Joanne 
l reel. Inez 
Curran, Mary 
Curtis, Ann 
1 lerflinger, Jean 
I Irewery, Mary Hunter 
I ludley, Jane 
Ellison, Man Lou 
Fensterwald, Biddy 
Ferguson. Mary 
Flora, Gloria 
Foster, Lorraine 
Foster, Nancv 
Frizzed. Phyllis 
Gallagher, Joan 
Garrett, Nancy 
Goettling, Lucille 
Goodson, Cary 
Grant, Jane 
Hamilton, Katherine 



M KM HERS 

llarlin, Ann 

Herbert, I lorothy 

Hoover, Ann 

Horsley, Ruby Ann 

1 [oyer, Betty 

Huff, Gerry 

Hunter, Alice 

Huntington, Mary Louise 

Hutton, Trula 

Jarret, June 

Jones, Alice 

Jones, Shirley 

Kaylor, Susan 

Kenny, Maggy 

Kirby. Joan 

Kyser, Jackie 

Layman, I lorothy 

Leake, Betty Bern bow 

Lewis, Beverly 

Lewis, Hilda 

Lucy, Jane 

I^yons, Anne 

Mahone, Jean 

McCary, Romans 

Meeks, Elizabeth 

Meekins, Jean 

Monohan, Bob 

Moore, Jane 

Mottern, Wannic 

Myers, Anne 

Owen, Bculah 

Pamplin, Barbara 

Parker, Jean 

Parotta, Mickey 



Penn, Nancy 
Perkinson, Florence 
Peterson, Jeanne 
1 'eterson, Lucy 
Pickerel, Shirley 
I 'ierce, Tony 
1 'incus, Jane 
1 'owell, Ann 
1 'owell, Nancy 
Printz, Romona 
1'ugh. Jane 
Rainey, Nancy 
Reeves, Clarice 
Richards, Kay 
Sa\ age, Eugenia 
Savage, Kathleen 
Seay, Sara 
Shaw, Barbara 
Sheetz, Pat 
Sihert, Ann 
Snapp, ( iwyn 
Stewart. Patty 
Taylor, Shirley 
Thomas, Ann 
Thornhill, Elsie 
Vaughan, Ruth 
Walker, Madalyn 
Warren, Nancy Jane 
Watkins, Joyce 
W r atson, Virginia 
Weeks, Frances 
Welsh, Jane 
White, "Doris 



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German 
Club 



This is the year German Club found 
its pot of gold at the end of the rain- 
bow. 

Remember the picnics we enjoyed 
together — our informal socials — the 
Christmas baskets we packed and de- 
livered — the new coke machine — en- 
tertaining Cotillion — helping with in- 
formal Saturday night dancing — the 
week end we took our dates on an 
"outing" to Massanutten Caverns for 
dancing, cards, and a buffet supper? 

Then, February 21 and "Mardi Gras!" This gay, scintillating cry heralded 
the most exciting German week end ever seen at Madison. First came the satis- 
faction of club members seeing their ideas and enthusiasm turn the gym into a 
world of glamour and enchantment ; then, the Saturday afternoon concert that 
gave us all a preview of the kind of music that has made Dean Hudson's orchestra 
one of the most popular "name-bands." In the evening seniors and their dates 




PEGGY HOI. I. IS 




The "Outing" at Massanutten Caverns 



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OFFICERS 

Bark : Mildred Borkcy, Nancy Rogers, Angeline Matthews 

Front: Evelyn June Fosnight, Margaret Hoggard, Anna Fairclnth 



dined in Senior Dining' Hall. Finally, there was lovely Peggy, dark eyes 
sparkling, leading the figure, which proved to be the climaxing moment of our big 
week end. 

The year would not be complete without extending our thanks and apprecia- 
tion to our sponsors. Dr. and Mrs. Pittman, Miss Vandever, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Bosckey, who helped to make "our year" a success. 



1 lixon, Virginia 
I lonahoe, Shirley 

] Juncan, Mary 
I >unnavant, I .aura 
Dyer, Majorie 
Ellis, Nancy 
Faircloth, Anna 
Farmer, Virginia Lee 
Ferris, Faye 
Fosnight, Evelyn June 
Gaither, Jean 
rd, Forrest Anne Garlier, Josephine 
day, Norma 
Gilbert, Jackie 
Gooch, Jane 
Harrison, Carter 
Harshliarger, Ruth 
Hcnshaw, Betty Lou 
Hite, Elizabeth 
Hodgson, Jo 
Hogan, Marie 
Hoggard, Margaret 
Holloman, Jane 
Hollis, 1'eggy 
1 loskinson, Georgia 
Hurdle, Reltv 



Anderson, June 
Ashhrook, Patsj 
Bates, Marion 
Bellenot, Elise 
Blair, Irene 
Borky, Mitzi 
Bowman, Caroline 
Bowman, Jo 
Brewer, Dawn 
Broome, Betty 
Bryan, Mary Jane 
Burf 

Burns, I 'hyllis 
Burton, Jackie 
Butterworth, Nancye 
Carter, Peggy 
Chappell, Ida Hart 
Clem, Evelyn 
Collie, Katherine 
Copley, Ebie 
Cox, Martha 
Coyne, Elizabeth 
Crawell, Betty 
1 >a\ is, Betty 
DeHart, Kitty 
1 lickinson, 1 lorothj 
1 >ickson, Evelyn 



MEMBERS 

Ingram, Patricia 
Jessup, Margaret 
Johnson, Betty 
Johnson, Jo 
Kelley, Cecil 
Kemp, Gladys 
Lanier, Henrietta 
Lee, Marilyn 
Lewter, Wanda 
McMurran, Jane 
McWane, Ruth 
Matthews, Angeline 
Mattox, Elizaheth 
Messick, Annalee 
Miller, Virginia 
Mims, Jean 
Mitchell, Helen 
Mitchell, Rose Marie 
Munson, Irene 
Norwood, Earline 
Palmer, Barbara 
Peak, Elizaheth 
Peters, Caroline 
Phelps, Marjorie 
Reid, Margarel 
Reeder, Margarel 



Richmond, Billy 

Rinehart, Betty 
Rogers, Nancy 
Rosenbaum, Reba 
Settle, Rebecca 
Sewell, Mary Bob 
Sherman, Alice 
Siebel, Lenore 
Simmons, Shirley 
Smiley, Mary 
Smith, Helen 
Smith, lane 
Snowden, Jennie 
Stine, Lois 
Stone, Margaret 
Strictiand, Billy Anne 
Taylor, Jeanne 
Thomas, Martha 
Vaughan, Josephine 
Walters, Anna Catherine 
Walton, Martha Aim 
Waters, Fern 
Weller, Betty 
Wells, (linger 
Whitehead, Marionette 
Wilson, Nancy 
Wright, I (oris 



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Modern Dance Group 




Left Side: Biddy Antrim, Jane McMurran, Gerry Huff, Lucy Peterson 
Middle : Frances Keyser 
Right Side: Hilda Lewis, June Jarret, Alfreda Judy, Madline Gandy 
Front: Jo Hodgson, Bert Wallace, Warmy Mottern, Ann Taylor, Lynn Bla 



Ask any member of the Modem Dance Group whether it is possible to gain 
grace and poise in six easy lessons ! Most of the members have worked for a 
minimum of 140 hours this year to develop technique and control and, in addition, 
have worked on costumes, lighting, staging, and on actually creating group or 
solo dances. Obviously, the Modern Dance Group is not the group to join for 
fun only, but we have found that our efforts bring great satisfaction and enjoy- 
ment. 

The Modern Dance Club is offered to those who are interested in creative 
work and dance. The club now has thirty-six members, half of whom are in 
the choreographers' workshop. The members participated in dances for Christ- 
mas assembly, and the Y.W.C.A. Christmas pageant. These dances were done 
to Christmas carols and were accompanied by audjence singing, choral group, an 
instrumental ensemble, and organ. 

Twenty girls were chosen to represent the group with an original composition 
at Woman's College, Greensboro, North Carolina, in March. This two-day con- 
ference included dance compositions by many other southern college dancers, 
criticism bv Martha Hill of New York University, and a stimulating master class 
for all. 

A dance recital was presented in March, in which ' 
"I 're-Classic Dances," "Dances to Folk Songs," and 

included. The Modern Dance Group also sponsored films about the dance and 
helped with dance numbers for the May Fete. 

This has been a busy productive year for the Modern D^nce Croup. 



'Life at Madison College," 
'Dances to Poetry" were 



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Art Club 



We, the members of the Art Club, have little 
time to talk about Michael Angelo and other 
creators of art. We spend our time with other 
things. 

The Art Club look-, back over a full and, we 
hope, a prosperous year. New members sweated 
out tryouts, and we completed work outside the 
college, such as murals and poster's. We worried 
over the many girls eligible to be nominated for 
Miss Madison. 




Gloria at Work 



The week before a dance we lived a life described not "as our own". < lur 
dwelling place was Senior basement, our only nourishment being cokes, brought to 
us usually by a willing new member of the Art Club. Our president, ( rloria Mora, 
always kept her eve on the clock approaching the deadline as we applied the 
finishing touches. But later, when we saw Reed gym transformed into miniatures 
of our own U. \'a., W. & L. and other favorites, we would trudge home to wash 
off the paint and to plan what we would do for the next dance and the dances of 
the years to come. 




Back: Anne Gordon, Dot Herbert, Ruth McWane. 

Middle: Betty Rinehart, I lawn Brewer, Gloria Flora, Virginia Branch. 

Front: \nn Dovel, Emilie Lou Dickie, Rose Lee Shone, Ellen Pinching, Barbara Strader 



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Stratford 

Dramatic 

Club 



"All the World's a Stage and All The 
Men and Women Merely Players" 



"Ladies of the Jury," a three-act 
comedy, was the first major produc- 
tion this year. The many rehearsals 
by the cast resulted in an overwhelming success 




MARY EDWARDS 



Members of the club presented Norman Corwin's radio play, "The Plot to 
Overthrow Christmas," as the first of several presentations for Stratford-spon- 
sored Singspirations on Saturday nights. 




A scene from "Ladies of the Jury" 



Relaxing for a moment 



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Back: Baylor Nichols, Donna Hair, Beulah Owen, Gloria Flora 
Front: Mary Edwards, Gena Albera, Nancy Wilson, Frances Connock, Clarice Reeves, 

I >r. Latimer, Ann Speight. 



Just before the beginning of the second semester, we welcomed our new 
members. The "goats" spent many harried minutes during the two days of in- 
formal initiation. 

Our president, Mary Edwards, directed "Thank You, Doctor," a one-act play, 
which all enjoyed. 

' >n Stratford Day we sponsored a speaker for chapel. 

And so the curtain rang down on another successful season for Stratford. 



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Association of Childhood 

Education 




I'm k : Elaine Starr, Sue Lipps, Charlotte Oothoudt, Mary Caldwell, Willa Kackley, Audrey 

Spiro, Kuth Simpson, Jean Morrison, Dorothy Crowell, Elizabeth Gregory, Gay Bain, 

Helen Mitchell, Rose Marie Mitchell, Rebecca Settle, Marie Robertson, Helen Smith, Jean 

Mims, Norma Keyser, Barbara Bowen, Nancy Wilson, Anne Speight, Marilyn Deavers, 

Beulah Owen, Nan Astin, Ellen Rader. 

Front: Jo Johnson, Mildred Bushong, Helen Squyers, Nellie Hotinger, Betty Wilkins, 

Lila Springmann, Margaret Reid, Helen Eavey, Elma Darnell. 



If our club had a motto, most appropriately it should be — "Remember when." 

We prospective elementary teachers "remember when" we were "wee tykes" 
trudging off to school, some of us quite pleased with the idea and others of us — 
well, shall we say, went on our way with a feeling of reluctance. 

Now, as we remember what school meant to us when we were small, we 
wonder if we will give to our children all the benefits we had ouselves or, it may 
be, those benefits of a good education which we did not have. 

With the initiation of new members in the early fall we renewed our pledge 
that through this organization we would come to know and understand children 
better, for it was upon this basis that we would strive together to learn more 
completely how to fulfill our tremendous responsibilities and opportunities as 
teachers or parents of young children. 



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Madison Business Club 

A new year and a new requisite for membership ! In order to establish a 
definite membership list and to create more interest, dues were collected for the 
first time. Results? About 130 members, making ours one of the largest clubs on 
campus. 

The series of meetings was opened first with movies on business subjects; 
next, with a tour of WSVA Radio Station. The Christmas program featured Mr. 
Overton Lee, Federal Court reporter, who spoke and demonstrated on the 
stenograph and T. B. M. electric typewriter. Following his talk, we served 
delicii ius refreshments. 

In January, a group went through the Textile Plant at Bridgewater. An 
entertaining program was provided in March by I'rickett's Stationary Store. 

We extend our thanks to Miss Brady, our sponsor, who helped plan meetings 
and supervised the work of the club. 




OFFICERS 

Back: Gena (kinder, Hazel Smith, Audrey Hinton. 

Front: Frances Hundley, Miss Mary Margaret Brady. 



Curie Science Club 




Dorothy Elliott, Sue Bostic, Jeanette Tonner, Betty Gordon, Barbara Jameson, Helen Koontz, 

Katherine Kegley, I >r. Raymond 1). Cool, Ernestine Johnson, Mary Ramsey, Mary Haughi, 

Prances Beville, Frances Hughes, Geraldine Martin, Mozelle Robertson, Irene Moffitt, 

Jane Castles, Marianna Howard, Geraldine Neathery 



1948 marks the fourteenth anniversary of the Curie Science Club on this 
campus. 

The Curie Science Club, named for Madame Curie, was organized for science 
majors and minors interested in promoting science on campus, providing oppor- 
tunity for minor research work and discussing recent developments in scientific 
fields. 

This year Curie Science has provided a forum for the presentation and dis- 
cussion of subjects in the various fields of science. 

Under the sponsorship of Dr. Raymond D. Cool and Mr. Stephen C. Bocskey, 
and under the leadership of Dorothy Elliott, its president, the Curie Science 
Club has had a successful year and has truly lived up to its motto. ''On with 
Science." 



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Frances Sale Club 



The Frances Sale Hume Economics Club made an early start in a busy year 
by efficiently preparing and serving lunch to the guests at District (i Teachers 
Meeting. *V* I 

We had many interesting and timely programs during the year, including 
a visit from Janina Swiostek and Barbara Maliszewska of the University of War- 
saw. They studied poultry raising and general farming here in Rockingham 
County and will teach the improved methods when they return to Poland. 

Mildred Ritchie brought lots of new ideas and suggestions to our club from 
the Province II Workshop held at College Park, Maryland. Tier valuable con- 
tribution during this meeting awarded her a place on the program committee 
to plan next year's Workshop. 

Gladys Farmer, our president, is especially proud of the club's contribution 
to the Permanent Headquarters Fund. Our national headquarters will sometime 
have a home of its own. The Frances Sale Club is a spoke in the big wheel of the 
American Home Economics Association. 




Hack: Mary Keller, Marietta Armstrong, Lucille Berger, Nancy Bryant, Sara Jane Dill, 

Joan Hollirook, Ernestine Johnston, Geraldiue Martin, Mamia Barton, Betty Hurdle, 

Jane Staples, Mildred Ritchie, Anne Starling, Virginia Dare Eason, Mary Smiley, 

Margaret Sulsher, Sue Bostic, Martha Ramsey, Irene Blair, Louise Woodward, Fay Bell, 

Margaret Matthews 
Middle : Doris White, Jean Jesse, Betty Henshaw, Gladys Farmer, Mabel Henderson 

Virginia Ashby, Joy Hulvey 
Front: Jane Lucy, Dorothy Bethel, Dott Harris, Mary Frances Schuler, Mildred Haley, 
Mildred Andrews, Nadine Swinson, Ebie Copley, Jane Castles, Joanne Craig, Margaret 
Jessup, Nancye Butterworth, Ethel Spradlin, Lenore Seibel, Mary Frances Cohen, Dot Rovve 



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International Relations 

Club 



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Back: June Morrison, Elizabeth Whitehurst, Ellen Rader, June Lyons, Frances Weeks, 
Helen Rowe, McClain Bowen, Betty Lou Henshaw, Nellie Shumake, Margaret Chapman, 

Mary Keller, Frances Vier, Margaret Moore 
Middle; Joyce Sutton, Lucille Flook, Rebecca Settle, Betty Weller, Lynn Black, Louise (lark 
Front: Vcrnila King, Elizabeth Vaughan, Marie Robertson, Norma Keyser, Frances Sneed, 
Barbara Bowen, Easterbelle Bowen, Katherine Moorefield, Gwendolyn Look, Martha Thomas, 

I lot Lewis, Audrey Spiro 



The International Relations Club began the new year with a great start! Dr. 
Smith was our first speaker, and at this meeting thirty girls expressed their desire 
to become new members. 

Every other Thursday night we have met for discussions and fellowship 

under the capable leadership of our president, Rebecca Settle, assisted by Dr. 
Frederikson, our sponsor. Our programs consisted of movies, guest speakers, and 
discussions of vital issues. 

We may not have settled all of these questions, but we feel that we have a 
deeper interest in world affairs and a broader understanding of our country and 
its relations with the rest of the world. 



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Alpha Rho Delta 



Alpha Rho Delta, the classical club for Latin students, initiated a large num- 
ber of new members at the beginning of the first semester. This year the Latin 
Club had a total of twenty-nine members, which was much larger than the mem- 
bership of recent years. 

Our sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Sawhill, assisted greatly in making our monthly 
meetings interesting and educational. Lectures were given on the various cultural 
and practical aspects closely connected with the study of the Latin language. 
Slides were shown on the numerous interesting features of Italy. 

Of course, the activities ol the Latin club were not always on the serious 
side. A valentine part)' in February, a picnic at Massanutten Caverns in May, 
and several other informal parties, all contributed to the success and enjoyment 
of the Latin Club. 

Our thanks go to Ann Hoover, our president, and to Dr. and Mrs. Sawhill 
for a successful year in Alpha Rho Delta. 




Bat k : Dr. Sawhill, Tom Driver, \\ alter Eye, Roy Butler 

Middle : Nancy Garnett, Joan Allebaugh, Joan Strawderman, Carter Harrison, Pat Griffith, 

Marjorie Birchard, Jean DePriest, Hazel Wine 

Front: Lois Layman, Ann Hoover, Frances Bethel, Inett Harrington 



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Le Cercle Francais 




Hack: Evelyn Scott, Hetty Hippensteele, Joyce Lumsden, Robert Dickenson, Fern Waters, 

Joyce Cramer, Alary Horn, Mary Boone, Shirley Shorter, Elizabeth Ferguson, Jean Collins, 

Barbara Shaw, I )r. Margarete Weolfel 

Middle: Ann Hoover, Martha Thomas, Leslie Hall, Glenda Allen 

Front: June Eaton, Lorraine Dorrington, Margaret Soukup, Betty Jean Smith, 

Shirley Dhein, Ethelene Smith 




Nous devons commencer notre seance . . . 
thus our talented president, Joyce Cramer, 
calls to order the meetings of Le Cercle 
Francais, guiding us through our year's ac- 
tivities. And what fun we have had ! The 
weelc end at the college camp . . . the gala 
evening spent packing boxes of food and 
clothing for distressed French families . . 
the tableau for the Y. VV. C. A. Christmas 
program . . . the Christmas party ... all in 
French. With the inspiration of our spon- 
sor. Doctor Woelfel, we have had a won- 
derful year. 



Boating at cami. 



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El Club Espanol 



In October the Spanish Club increased its enrollment by having a formal 
initiation service for those who had met the membership requirements. After 
llie initiation ceremony hamburgers plus trimmings became the menu for the 
evening and the language was strictly Spanish. 

We enjoyed the spring picnic in Shenandoah National Park very much. 
Swimming in mountain streams and eating tried chicken out-of-doors were the 
highlights of the picnic. It was great fun sitting before an open tire place at 
Solmonte. drinking goal's milk. 

Our mail) thanks to Glenna Dodson, president, and Dr. Martinez, sponsor, 
for their man) contributions to the futherance and promotion of our club. 

Although the year lias past, we look forward to the Spanish Club meetings 
next year and to more fun and laughter. 




Jeanne Peterson, Glenna Dodson. Margaret Holland. Margaret Soukup, Ethelene Smith, 
Sara Seay, Shirley Harless, Ann Curtis, Elaine Gunley, Gwendolyn Cook, Rolierta Gravely 



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Dolly Madison Garden 

Club 




Fuck : Jean Bruce, Louise King, Shirley Wilson, Helen Showa'ter. 
Front: Elma Darnell, Martha Baker, Ellen Rader, Vivian Ritenouv, Margaret Matthews 



Besides our social meetings in Senior Hall in the fall, the secrets of the 
Bowers and the shared joys of gardening and of watching nature's ways provide 
the recreation for our club. 

Among our projects we chose the collecting of money for the purchase of 
seeds to be sent to our European friends. In the spring the members busily snip 
Bowers from their gardens and help contribute beauty to the infirmary and other 
campus buildings by placing these flowers in arrangements there. 

To Dr. and Mrs. Showalter, our sponsors, we wish to express our admiration 
and appreciation for their guidance and for their efforts, which helped make our 
annual spring picnic and i ur projects a great success. 



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4-H Alumnas 



As a start to bring the 4-H Alumnae back to life on Madison campus the 
three old members were able to receive thirty one new members into the organiza- 
tion at their first meeting on November 3. 

This club is an organization that has as its purpose the continuation of 4-H 
Club work, as well as the promotions of better understanding between people 
of different" sections of our state. 

Thanks go to Elizabeth Gregory, our president, and to Miss Seeger, our 
sponsor, for the success of this year. 




Back: Lucy Bowen, Rena Blanchard, Freda Acker, Cora Marie Blackmore, Betty Sue Keller, 

Frances Love, Elizabeth Gregory, FYances Minor, Yennelle Dalton, Bess Bryant, 

Jeannette Cocke, Jean Bailey, Katherine Ward 

Front: Josephine Wilkins, Ann Ragsdale, Audrey Humphries, Martha Covey, Mae Hall, 

Jean Morrison, Mildred Hotinger, Laura Mae Lee, Maxine Martin, Sara Belle Lotts 



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Granddaughters' Club 




Back: Betty Jane Dudley, Jeanne Bailey, Phyllis Hockman, Marietta Armstrong, Joanne 
Cronise, Betty Hoover, Peggy Shomo, Jane Mohler, Sallie Mapp, Mary Frances Shuler, 
Alice Engleman, Nellie Lou Shumake, Betty Lee Holsinger, 1 Ireama Bowen, Nancy Garth, 

Anne Dovel 
Middle: Nancy Morrison,, Martha Ramsey, Caroline Peters, Mary Keller, Anne Stout, 

Mariant.,1 Clarke, Virginia Lee Miller, Nancy Bryant, Jo Almarode, Juily Sterne. 
Front: Anna Claire Bowman, FJlen Rader, Verna Thompson, Jane Smith, Jo Anne W'itten, 

Mary Anne Wh'llcn, Jean Fultz, Betty Wilson, Charlotte Fleshman, Betty Brown 



The Granddaughters' Club cherishes the traditions and memories of Madison 
College as passed down from mother to daughter. 

In November, at our candlelight service we initiated sixteen new members 
and then enjoyed a social together. 

Our main project for the year was Homecoming. Helping to register and 
usher our Alumnae around the campus was one of out" duties. Some ot our 
other activities during the year were visiting the Children's Home at Christmas 
and spending a week end at the college camp. 

We wish to exprcs> our thanks to our president, Mariana Clarke, for leading 
our club through a successful year, and also to our sponsors. Mrs. Dorothy Garber 
and Mrs. Althea Johnston, for their guidance. 



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Sesame Club 



The day students' room in the basement of Harrison Hall is the meeting 
place and social center of all members of the Sesame Club. It is so near the 
post office and tea room that often eampus students conic in with that mid-morning 
cup of coffee or three-o'clock coke to chat with those girls who conic as day 
students. This bit of sociability is always welcome as it helps the Sesame mem- 
bers to carry out one of its main purposes, "to promote a closer relationship 
between campus ami day students." 

As a social organization, the club had several parties this year, the initiation 
party in October being the most important. 

We had some members who took part in the inter-dormitory basketball 
tournament, and with the aid of several varsity players Sesame made a good 
showing. More of us who were a little less active joined in the bowling party 
in February. 

Spring brought with it a chance tor outdoor activities — a week end at 
camp and a picnic. ( >ur annual luncheon in tin- tea room ended the year's 
program. 




Back: Betsy Payne, Ann Hoover, Lois Sumption, Doris Wheelbarger, Virginia Baker 
Fifth: Joanne Hankins, Marjorie Birchard, Mabel Southern, Mary Lee Halin. Gene Miller 
Fourth : Juan Strawderman, Arleta Mitchell. Mary Frances Riser, Annabelle iJetamore, 

Lois Early, Jean Joseph, Sue Landis 

Third: Beth Williams, Juan Allebaugh, Dorothy Merry, Mary Margaret Purcell, Betty Fox 

Second: Betty Smith, Lou Echard, Wanda Webster, Anne Dovel, Greta Garher 

Front: Jean I'halen, Goldie Shiill, Barbara Gainer, Jackie Dovel 



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ATHLETICS 




Athletic 
Association 



A busy hum of activity surrounds 
our A. A. Council and its efficient 
workers. We've come to know thai 
whenever A. A. has a hand in am mi 
dertaking its success is insured. 




|( i HAMMOND 



One good reason for this amazing 
output of energy is the type of leadership the organization has had under its 
president, [o Hammond, [o and the entire council welcomed the new additions 
tu the physical education staff, Miss Celeste Ulrich, Miss [annette Shaffer, and 
Miss Luellen Bowles, who. with the entire start, were always ready to aid A. A. 
whenever it was possible. 




Practice makes perfect!! 



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Freshmen were welcomed to Madison by the A. A. with a picnic on Septem- 
ber 17 and by the animal A. A. tea on ' >ctober 9. 

Tin- outstanding A .A. projects of the year were a college Sports Day for 
all women's colleges in Virginia and the annual May Day. 

As always, A. A. sponsored intramural hockey and basketball, archery, tennis. 
volleyball, and horse slices. Each year new suggestions are put into operation 
to improve this program s< > that more of the student body may take part in sports 
activities. 




ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL 
front: Lou Goettling, Frances Garfinkle, Jean Shelley, Jo Hammond, Anna Lee Messick, 

Mickey Parrotta 
Middle: Dot Dickenson, 1 >< >ris Wright, Frances Hundley, Rose Marie Pace, Henry Lanier, 

Barbara Pamplin 
Back Evelyn Dickson, A. C, Bowman, Jane Grant, C. J. Whin-, Jane McMun-an 



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Mercury Club 



Mercury was a scantily clad Roman god, who sprinted around with silver 

wings on his feet and carried a staff twined with two snakes as he relayed tidings 
and messages. 

Madison's little Mercuries are physical education majors and minors, who 
conceal those scanty gym suits with coats when they're sprinting around campus. 

The held of physical education constantly expands with a swelling enrollment 




Back: Irene Reynolds, Claudine Weaver, Betty Everhart, Shirley 1'ickrel, Mary Powell, 

Barbara Furr, Joanne Palmer, Joann Corell, Natalie Bowman, Jo Bowman, Ann Stout, 

Kathleen Savage, Kittie Blakemore, Marion Holbrook 

Second: Lois Early, Fern Waters, Jean Shelley, Gladys Kemp, Betsy Johnson, Betty Gray 
Scott, Barbara Banish, Kitty Travers, Doris Wright, Henrietta Lanier, Marie Parrotta 

Front: Frances Garfinkel, Dot Dickinson, Roberta Monahan, Mary Ellen Xethers, 
A. C. Bowman, Annalee Messick, Jane Grant, lane McMurran, Jo Hammond, Lou Goettling 



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of majors and minors here at Madison and with a bigger and better Mercury 
Club each year. A future that never looked dull is looking brighter. 

Mercury Club members assist with intramural hockey, basketball, and volley 
ball games. They sometimes come Pressed to play during a regular meeting and 
to officiate in various team games. 

When a group of people with such similar interests get together to discuss 
and do the things the}' enjoy most, it's not "just another meeting". It's fun! 



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Back: Alma Bedvvell, Elizabeth Peters, Genevieve Ciekot, Alarjorie Duquette, Jeanette Cocke, 
Lorraine Woodyard, Adelia Pond, Constance Graves, Nancy Nelson, Nancy Birch, 

Marie House 

Front: Dolores Webb, Catherine Cockrill, Mildred Bluett, Jeanne Wenzel, Jacqueline Dovel, 
Barbara Spaulding, Peggy Savage, Margaret Chapman, Claudine Carmen 



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Hockey 



The Team In Action 



Hockey season opened at 
Madison with the forming 
of eight dormitory teams, 
on which over 1(X) girls 
played. Ashby dormitory 
finished the tournament 

well in the lead, having won all their games, and Johnston Hall and the sororities 

tied for second place. 

There were several much-heralded games during the period when intramurals 
were in full swing — the amusing Faculty-Student game and the annual Odd-Even 
game. 




Bark: Henrietta Lanier, Catherine Cockrill, Jane Grant, Marianna Howard, Doris Wright, 
I. mi Goettling, Alma Roberts, Dolores Webb, Genevieve Ciekot. 
Front: Jo Hammond, Dot Dickenson. 



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From the intramural program a group of fifty-five players were selected 
to participate in extramural games. This team, with Jo Hammond as captain. 
played Sweetbriar and Westhampton and attended the hocky tournament in 
Fredericksburg, where Madison was honored by having two of her players, 
Marianna Howard and Genevieve Ciekot, chosen to play in the Souhteastern 
district tournament for the Virginia All-State teams. Ceikot was then selected 
to play in the national tournament in Philadelphia. 

A grateful team gave Miss Jannette Shaffer, hockey coach, a banquet at 
the end of the season. 



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Back: Miss Shaetfer. Mary Shirley, Mildred Bluett, E\ elyn Dickson, Betsy Johnson, 
Lorraine Woodyard, Mary Ellen Nelhers, Jean Shelley, Margaret Chapman, Nancy Birch, 

Frances Hiindley 
Front: Marianna Howard, Doris Wright, Henrietta Lanier, Catherine Cockrill, Adelfa Pond, 
Jane Grant, Gencyieye Ciekot, Dot Dickenson, Lou Goettling, Jo Hammond, Bobby Roberts, 

Dolores Webb 



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Tennis Club 



What's wrong with the picture below? It just isn't complete because five 
new members aren't there to "smile and look pretty." 

Margaret Chapman, Mac Critzer, Nancy Powell, Mary Ellen Nethers, and 
June Brewton successfully passed winter semester tryouts held in Ashby gym- 
nasium. Then from January till spring they joined the old members in longing 
for firm courts and warm weather. 

Fall and spring are both seasons when Madison's tennis club shines, hut 
the sun wouldn't oblige the club by shining this fall. Thirty-two participants in 
the annual fall cup tournament had barely completed the first round when old 
man winter crossed racquets with them. It went on the record as unfinished busi- 
ness ; so watch out for next year ! 

Jane Grant, club president, and Miss Bowles, faculty advisor for the club, 
thave worked together to plan meetings, schedule tournaments, and improve 
Ithe club. 




Henrietta Lanier, Dot Dickenson, Jane Grant, Lou Goettling, Dot Lewis, Jean Shelley, 
C. J. White, Angeline Matthews, Taffy Savage, Bob Monahau. 



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Archery Club 

Always advance to the target range behind Junior Hall. It's definitely bad 
luck to turn your retreating side to anyone who isn't archery club material. 

Note the maids in the picture below who are squinting their pretty eyes 
down the shafts of their arrows. They're Archery Club members, but there are 
plenty of potential club members on campus whose pictures are not shown. And 
bless me, if this year we didn't have a few William Tells among the female 
archers segregated, of course. 

Dot Dickinson was re-elected Archery Club president, and Miss Celeste 
Ulrich became the new club sponsor. Early in the fall these capable leaders 
planned a series of archery classes to be instructed by old members. 

Girls who tried out for the club were accompanied by an old member, who 
checked to see if they made eighty-five points from twenty-four arrows. 

They say club members keep their slim figures by chasing their own arrows. 
That's much more pleasant than skimping on calories, don't you think? 




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Faye Bell, Dot Dickinson, June Morrison, Alice Engleman, Jean Morrison, Peggy Gentry, 
Dolly Elliot, Betty Gray Scott, Ebie Copley, Lois Early, Jean Shelly, Lou Goettling, 

Jeanne Slaughter 



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Porpoise 
Club 



"Improve that kick! Watch how you 
lift that arm ! — No, come back and I'll 
show you." 



Mickey i'arrotta, Porpoise Club 
president, was patience personified at 
the club's Wednesday night meetings 
at the pool. Her talent and drive helped to bring the club real success in its largest 
event, the spring program. Instead of practicing once a week, members met daily 
to rehearse the program, which was destined to make a big splash with an ap- 
preciative audience. 




MICKEY PARROTTA 




/nick: Kathleen Savage, Shirley Shier, Betsy Johnson, Wanda Lewtcr, Mickey I'arrotta, 

Audrey Turner, Ann DonLeavy, Henrietta Lanier 
Front: Bob Monohan, Margaret Clark, Norma Gay, Margaret Reecler, Natalie Bowman, 

Frances Garfinkle. 



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Back: Lois Early, Lorraine Foster, Kitty Travers, licrt Wallace, Shirley Hobbes, 

Marjorie Dukette 
Front: Madaline Gandy, Hilda Lewis, Betty Hurdle, Frances Christie, Lucy Peterson, 
, Martha Moore, Dorothy Nichols, Genevieve Goeffert 



( >ld Porpoise members were grateful tor the two days of fall and spring goat- 
ing when new members made beds, swept floors, and performed other troublesome 
domestic duties for them. 

The parties to celebrate the official acceptance of the new members were 
hilarious affairs. An overworked clean-up committee removed untold numbers of 
empty coke bottles and candy wrappers long after the party-goers had left for 
their respective dormitories. 

Next year's club will have a real record to beat, but with Mickie and Miss 
Savage, our sponsor, we have no misgivings about next year's success. 



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Girls' Basketball 




SOME OF THE SQUAD 
Back: Betty Lou Everhart, Genevieve Ciekot, Lorraine Woodyard, Jean Swartz, Claudenia 

Carmen, Henrietta Lanier 
Front: Betty Johnson, Shirley Pickrel, Mildred Bluett, Lou Goettling, Jean Shelley, 

Dot Dickenson, Dolores Webb 



Two hundred and forty-five girls who came out for intramural basketball 
this year were divided into four campus leagues. These leagues played a round- 
robin tournament, followed by an elimination tournament to determine the dor- 
mitory team champions for the school. 

Doris Wright and Margaret Chapman, aided by volunteer student coaches, 
organized and scheduled the intramural program. These student coaches picked 
out the most likely intramural players to tryout for the extramural team. 

Out of these players who tried out for the extramural team a faculty-student 
council selected twenty of the most promising players to play on the squad. 



Lou Goettling was captain of the team which, 
Celeste Ulrich, enjoyed a successful season. 



/ith the fine coaching of Miss 



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Boys' Basketball 




Back: D. W. Fawley, Walter Eye, Waldo Miller, Harry Earman, Bill V\'oolf, Dwight Miller 
Front: Ralph Riser, I. B. Fi'ggatt, Dave Turner, Bill Nash, Pete Corbin, Bill Garnett 



Well, look who's here again ! This is actually the second year that the Madi- 
son Dukes' manly cagers have played for a college that was once just another 
female institute of higher learning. 

This year was better than ever for the boys, despite their inability to schedule 
more than one practice a week. Many of the players had a year of experience 
behind them, but there was the added factor of having more men students to 
choose from this year. 

The boys played University of Virginia, Bluefield College, Farmville College, 
Bridgewater College, and Shenandoah College in a schedule full of stiff competi- 
tion. Coach Warren eased them over the rough spots and the boys had a right to 
brag about him a little at the banquet, which officially closed their basketball 
season. 



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Minor Sports 



Everyone knows you 
play a good game <>t 
ridge, Susie, b u I 
your class is more in- 
terested in how well 
you can spike that 
volley-ball over the 
net and drop that 
basket-ball in the goal. 
You're the backbone 
of your class teams 
and don't ever forgel 
it. 

Remember how you 
thought v o u just 




Watch that birdie ! ! 



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couldn't play badminton and how your roommates gave you the "aw-come-on-we- 
can't-play-either" treatment and dragged you over for your first engrossing game 
in the sport you "couldn't play." Yuu learned then that il isn't necessary to be 
an expert to get a wonderful litt from a strenuous sport. 

You never were good at swimming and you Still aren't one of the best, but 
wasn't it grand when you swam the whole length of the pool for the first time and 
clung tn the rail at the deep end, panting with exhaustion and glowing with pride? 

Soft ball, tennis, and archery — you plaved them all this year and next year 
vou'll want to try your hand at horse shoes and golf. 




A home run ! 



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At this rate, Susie, your bridge game is really going to suffer. 




A perfect dive 



Henry shows us how 



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SCHOOL LIFE 




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CALENDAR 

200 



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25 Years Ago First BREEZE 
Appeared On Madison Campus 



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CALENDAR 

201 



Meet our "waking-up' 
girls .... 



up 




Behind the scenes 

with 
"the staff of life" 



With true domesticity, 

these girls are well 
established in the home-eel 
lab. 



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No scene at Madison is 
more typical than splashers 
in the ram on Wilson steps. 




We never really expected to 
meet an earthworm or a 



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What would we do without 
tlie bulletin board to re- 
mind us of forgotten 
meetings and to find 
lost articles for us ? 




The practice rooms 
are a delight for- 
bidden to all except 
students of music, but 
the outside window 
with the listening 
level is nice. 



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If you can't find your 

roommate, your history 

teacher, or even your date, 

have you looked in the 

tea room ? 





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Whether lie has that letter 
for us or not, Mr. Rolston 
is a friend to all of us all 
the time. Maybe it's because 
he tries to fill up our boxes. 




The thrill of the P. O 
rush never changes, 
although we thrill to 

it three times a day 



When you need a book, a 
piece of good advice, or 

just a motherly pat on the 

shoulder, a call on Mrs. 

Garnett is the answer. 



205 



This approach to the stuaj 

of nutrition is known as 

"ratology.' 




See yourself as Roentgen 

would have seen you 
through his X-ray machine! 



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Behind the main desk in 

the library we enter the 

mysterious sanctuary of 

"the stacks." 




"The boys" have a meeting 
on Reed terrace — or is all 
this just a means of avoid- 
ing the activity inside ? 



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Lois, Cabe, Mike, Becky, 
and Renie "put the Breeze 
to bed" on its twenty-fifth 



anniversary. 



Model airplanes are 
among the interests of 
college students these 




Mr. Eagle and his party 

claim Massanutten Peak, 

1947, on the annual "climb 

to the top." 



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( >ne of the nicest things 
about a dance week end is 
that the week end is not 
over with the dance; Sun- 
day with flowers is all part 
of it. 




The men and their 

cars add a certain 

vorldliness to life at 

Madison. 



Music from the new vie 

and our hostess make a 

date worth remembering 



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The gym becomes a ball- 
room and we become belles 
of the ball . . . 




Madison is one place where 

being "on the rocks" is 

fun ! 



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FEATURES 



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SENIORS 




DAWN BREWER 

"Is it Lauren Bacall, Veronica 
Lake, or Dawn Brewer who just 
passed by?" they'll be saying in 
Hollywood next year. Or, maybe 
talented Dawn will amaze the 
world instead with her first one- 
man exhibition of oils. 



JO HAMMOND 

A veteran and a worthy one. 
Jo has been a leader since she 
entered Madison. We admire in 
her the composure, poise, and 
maturity of a woman. 



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MARY LOUISE 
HUNTINGTON 

Myrt came from the North 
and conquered the South as 
president of our student body; 
she's one Yankee who will al- 
ways he welcome in a southern 
home. 




JO JOHNSON 

A double-time worker, Jo has 
mothered her Schoolma'am and 

her young pupils with a special 
love combined with hard work 
and good humor, and, of course, 
gratifying results. 








MARY LEE MOYER 

As a vision a madonna, as a 
reality the chairman of the 
Honor Council, Mary Lee has a 
personality that makes her 
worthy of a place in the annals 
of Madisun. 



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MARGARET REID 

Mike Reid, the telephone, the 
typewriter, and the Breeze are 
close companions. Sparkling blue 
eyes and ready smile make her 
a star reporter here, 



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EVA ANN TRUMBO 

Eva Ann must have passed 
with honors a course in personal- 
ity integration. An all-round for- 
mula of work, play, love, and 
worship have developed in her 
an ideal leader for YWCA. 



BARBARA WENSEL 

Barbara's efforts to bring the 
Honor System to Madison an 
her other numerous achievements 
through her years of attendance 
make her a candidate for leader- 
ship anywhere. 




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JUNIORS 




BETTY BROOME 

Betty has unfailing energy, en- 
thusiasm, and ability for achieve- 
ment that is comparable only to 
that of the mythical Hercules. 
She is the good friend, the coun- 
selor, and the director in every- 
thing she undertakes. 



MARIANNA HOWARD 

Marianna has always been to 
the fore in dependability and ac- 
complishment. Success in athle- 
tics, student government, and 
class leadership has made her a 
captain. 



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FRANCES WEEKS 

Dark, diminutive Frances 
made an enchanting figure as 
president of Cotillion Club. Her 
manners, hearing, and lovable 
personalit} give her an ageless 
charm. 



BETTY WELLER 

The Junior Class knew a prize 
when they saw it. Blessed with 
beauty and brains, Betty has us- 
ed her endowments to advantage 
in leading her class. 




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SOPHOMORES 




JEAN PARKER 

Jean Parker, or "Parker," is 
as popular as the familiarity of 
her name implies. During' her 
freshman year and her sopho- 
more year she has been a recog- 
nized and featured personality. 



KAY RICHARDS 

As Kay of Carnegie Hall, Kay 
II of the airwaves, or Kay Emily 
Post, she will always be remem- 
bered as a blithe, petite, well- 
groomed inspiration to Madison 
College. 



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FRESHMEN 



JEANETTE COCKE 

Talented enough to be a major 
in both music and physical edu- 
cation, lovely enough to be the 
New-Girl bride, and intelligent 
enough to be a class officer, 
Jeanette has already become a 
significant person at Madison. 




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SHIRLEY COLBERT 

Shirley is the executive type, 
president of the freshman class 
and president of Spotsvvood dor- 
mitory ! She is beginning viva 
ciously and is giving an admir- 
able performance. 




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JEANETTE COCKE 
NEW-GTRL BRIDE 



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JEANETTE COCKE 
NEW GIRL BRIDE 

SUSAN KAYLOR 
MAID OF HONOR 



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Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 




Back: Jo Johnson, Dawn Brewer, Phyllis Epperson, Mary Lee Moyer, Nancy Jane Warren, 
Peggy Hollis, Gladys Farmer, Martian! Reid 
Middle: Barbara Wensel, Nan Creel, Mary L. Huntington, Cora Jean White 
Front: Frances Hundley, Eva Ann Trumbo, Jo Hammond, Ruse Marie Pace 

Madison College is privileged to offer sixteen seniors every year as represen- 
tatives to the annual edition of Whos' Wlw Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities. Certainly this will be a remembered event for the chosen ones. 

This publication forms a basic and integral part of college and of business 
life in the future, and it functions in several capacities. It provides an incentive 
lor the best results from college experience; it presents a means of compensation 
for achievement ; it sets up a standard of measurement for scholastic and service 
organizations; and it acts as a valuable recommendation all over the world for 
these students. 

We are very proud of these girls, and we feel that through the just decisions 
of our faculty members the honors have been well distributed. 

Wear your laurels, seniors ! You have deserved these rewards. 



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MARY LEE MOYER 
MADONNA 



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MAY QUEEN 

ANN MYERS 



MAID OF HONOR 

PEGGY HOLLIS 



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Ruth Barnes, Jane McMurran, Betty Mathews, Mary Louise Huntington, Nan Creel. 




Mary Lee Moyer, Anna Faircloth, Dawn Brewer, Ruth Thompson, Gwyn Snapp, 

Frances Hundley 



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Scenes From 





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May Day 1947 




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Index 



OPENING SECTION 1-16 

CLASSES 17-94 

Senior Panels 18-49 

Junior Panels 50-67 

Sophomore Panels 68-77 

Freshman Panels 78-91 

Snaps 92-94 

ADMINISTRATION 95-109 

Views from Yesterday 1 10-1 12 

ORGANIZATIONS 113-181 

ATHLETICS 182-198 

Athletic Association 184-185 

Mercury Club 186-187 

Hockey 188-189 

Tennis Club 190 

Archery Club 191 

Porpoise Club 192-193 

Girls' Basketball 194 

Boys' Basketball 195 

Minor Sports 196-198 

SCHOOL LIFE 199-210 

Calendar 200-201 

Activities 202-210 

FEATURES 21 1-227 

Class Features 212-219 

Bride 220 

Bride and Maid of Honor 221 

Who's Who 222 

Madonna 223 

May Day 224-227 

INDEX 

SENIOR STATISTICS 

STUDENT DIRECTORY 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Senior Statistics 



Glenda Rae Allen. Secondary Education. Le Cercle Betty Lou Brooks. Elementary Education Tennis Club 

Francois, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary '46, President '47; '47, '48; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, '47 '48 • A C' 

Kappa Delta Pi, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda '46; Y. W. E., '48; Y. W. C. A. 
C. A. 

Betty Lee Brown. Secondary Education. Y. W. C. A. 
Margaret Allen. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, 
'46, '47; Business Club, '45. '46, '47; Usher Staff '47; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Bertha May Andrews. Home Economics. Frances Sale 
Club. 

Eleanor Andrews. Elementary Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48 ; Aeolian Club, 
'47, '48, President, '48; Lost Chords, '46, '47, '48. 

Mary Virginia Ashby. Home Economics. Frances Sale 
Club, '45, '46, '4, '48, Reporter, '48; Breeze Reporter, 
'45, '46, '47 ; Schoolma'am Staff, '46, '47 ; Alpha 
Sigma Tau Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48. 

Nancy Lee Ballard, Secondary Education. Choral Club, 
'46, '47; Spanish Club, '46; Schoolma'am Typing 
Staff, '46, '47; Y. W. C. A. 

Ruthe Barnes. Business Education. Business Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48; Cotillion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Business 
Manager, '47, Vice-President '48 ; Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '48; Stratford Dramatic Club, '47, '48; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Mildred Lindsay Borkey. Secondary Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48 ; German Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48, Reporter, '48. 

Zelma Sue Bostic. Home Economics. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon, '46, '47, '48; Frances Sale Club, '46, '48; 
Curie Science Club, '46, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Dreama Ederle Bowen. Secondary Education. Alpha 
Rho Delta, '45, '46; Granddaughters' Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48; Westminster Fellowship '45, '46, '47, '48; 
4-H Alumnae Club, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Anna Claire Bowman. Secondary Education. Mercury 
Club, President, '48; Athletic Association; Grand- 
daughters' Club; Y. W. C. A. 

Dorothy Sue Branson. Secondary Education. Orches- 
tra, '45, '45, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Lost Chords, 
'45, '46, '47, '48, Business Manager, '48; Band, '48; 
Archery Club '45; Y. W. C. A. 

Dawn Brewer. Secondary Education. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; 
German Club, '46, '47, '48; "Who's Who"; Pan- 
hellenic Council, '48; Junior Marshall, '47; Social 
Committee, '46, '47; Schoolma'am Art Editor, '48; 
Art Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '47; Spanish 
Club, '46, '47. 

Virginia Dare Britton. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma 
Tau Sorority, Frances Sale Club ; Y. W. C. A. 



Katherine Ruth Buckner. Home Economics. Frances 
Sale Club, '47; Y. W. C. A. 

Anne Ward Bunts. Business Education. Business Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Wesley Foundation, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Y. W. C. A. '47, '48. 

Forrest Anne Burford. Home Economics. German 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, '45, '46, '47; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Barbara Cabe. Secondary Education. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '48; 
Breeze Reporter, '45, '46, '47, '48, News Editor, '48; 
Student Council, 47; I. R. S., '45, '46, '47, President, 
'46; Spanish Club, '46; Class Reporter, '47. 

Mary Ellen Caldwell. Elementary Education. A. C. E. ; 
Westminster Fellowship ; Y. W. C. A. 

Jewell Campbell. Business Education. Business Club. 
'47, '48; Y. W. C. A. '48. 

Betty Milla Cox. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, '47, 
'48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; Student Council, '48; 
Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, Secretary, '48; Assistant 
Editor of Handbook, '48; Business Club, '47, '48, 
Treasurer, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47; Reporter 
of Freshman Class, '46; Editorial Staff of Breeze, 46. 

Elizabeth June Coyne. Secondary Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; 
Panhellenic Council, '45, '46, '47, '48; Senior Class 
Business Manager, '48; Student Council, '47; Ger- 
man Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Schoolma'am Staff, '46, 
47; Kappa Delta Pi, '48; Spanish Club, '45, '46, '47, 
President, '47, ; Archery Club, '46, Reporter ; Y. W. 
C. A. 

Catherine Elizabeth Craun. B. S. Sigma Phi Lambda, 
'46, '47; Alpha Rho Delta, '45, '46; Sesame Club, 
'45, '45, '47. 

Melba Inez Creel. Secondary Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '47; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '45, '46; Kappa Delta Pi, '47; Recorder of 
Points, '48; Cotillion Club, '47, '48; Reporter of 
Senior Class, '48; Panhellenic Council, Corresponding 
Secretary, '48; "Who's Who"; Y. W. C. A. 

Elma Rebecca Darnell. Elementary Education. A. C. E. 
'46. '47, '48. Treasurer, '48; Dollv Madison Garden 
Club, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Betty Davis. Secondary Education. German Club, '46, 
'47, '48; Clara Barton Club, '46; Student Govern- 
ment .summer '47, Secretary-Treasurer ; Y. W. C. 
A., '46, '47, '48; Schoolma'am Staff, '48; Alpha 
Sigma Tau Sorority, '48. 



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Dorothy Dickenson. Secondary Education. Mercury 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary '47, Vice-President, 
'48; Archery Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '46, 
'47, '48; Varsity Hockey, '45, '46, '47, '48, Captain, 
'48; A. A. Council, '46, '47, '48; Tennis Club, '47, '48; 
Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, '47, '48; German Club, 
'47, '48; Varsity Basketball, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Glenna Dodson. Business Education. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority ; Spanish Club, President, '48 ; Stratford 
Club, '46, '47, '48; Tennis Club, '48. 

Mary Hunter Drewrey. Secondary Education. Pi 
Kappa Sigma Sorority, Corresponding Secretary, '47; 
Cotillion Club, Spanish Club, Reporter, '46, '47 ; 
Freshman Y. W. C. A. Commission. 

Mary Margaret Duncan. Home Economics. Frances 
Sale Club, '45. '46, '47, '48; German Club, '46, '47, 
'48; I. R. C, '47, '48; Dolly Madison Garden Club, 
'47; Y. W. C. A. 

Lillian Virginia DeModena. Business Education. Busi- 
ness Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Newman Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48; Pi Omega Pi, '48. 

Helen Showalter Eavey. Elementary Education. A. 
C. E., '46, '47, '48; Dollv Madison Garden Club, '46, 
'47, '48 ; Freshman Chorus, '45 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Alice Roberta Engleman. Business Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilon Sororitv, '45, '46, '47, '48; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '45, '46; Pi Omega Pi, '46, '47, '48; Business 
Club, '46, '47, '48; Granddaughters' Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48; Westminster Fellowship, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Y. W. C. A. ; Archery Club, '46, '47, '48. 

Ola Epperson. Home Economics. Freshman Chorus, 
'45 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Phyllis Epperson. Business Education. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sororitv, '45, '46, '47, '48, Editor, '47; Breeze 
Staff, '45, '46, '47; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; 
Schooima'am Staff, Copy Editor, '46, Assistant 
Editor, '47, Business Manager, '48 ; Scribblers, '46, 
•47, Chief Scribe, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; Pi 
Omega Pi, '46, Historian, '47, '48; "Who's Who." 



Elizabeth Ann Ferguson. Bachelor of Arts. Scribblers, 
'47, '48; Junior Marshall, '47; Le Cerde Francois, '47, 
'48 ; Sesame Club, '46. 

June Finks. B. S. in Education. Glee Club, '46, '47, 
'48. 



Lucille Flook. Secondary Education. I. R. C. '45, '46, 
'47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Curie Science Club, '46, 
'47, '4,S; 4-H Alumnae Club, '47, '48. 

Evelyn June Fosnight. Elementary Education. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48 ; 
German Club, '46, '47, '48, Sargeant-at-Arms, '48; 
Honor Council, '47; Choral Club, '46, '47; A. C. E. 
'45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48, Freshman Com- 
mission Treasurer, '45, Y. W. C. A. 



Nancy Foster. Secondary Education. Transfer from 
Averett lunior College in '46; Theta Sigma LIpsilon 
Sorority," MS ; Cotillion Club, '47, "48; I. R. C. '47, '48; 
Y. W. C. A. 



Ethel Gaines. Business Education. Business Club, '47, 
'48 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Betty Joan Gallagher. Home Economics. Cotillion 
Club, '47, '48. 

In Garber. Secondary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha 
Sorority, '45, '46, ''47, '48; German Club, '47, '48; 
lunior Class Vice-President, '47 ; Student Council, 
Vice-President, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Jean Moore Gilbert. Secondary Education. 

lane Grey Gooch. Liberal Arts. German Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48. 



Elizabeth Gordon, Secondary Education. Westminster 
Fellowship, '45, '46, '47, '48; Curie Science Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Joan Graeff. Home Economics. Freshman Chorus, '45 ; 
Y. W. C. A. 



Eleanor Gregory. Secondary Education. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sorority, '46, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Anna Butler Faircloth. Business Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilon, '45, '46, '47, '48; German Club, '47, 
'48, Secretary, '48; Y. W. C. A.; Business Club, '46, 
'47, '48, President, '47; Junior Marshall,'47. 



Gladys Vivian Farmer. Home Economics. Frances 
Sale Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Wesley 
Foundation, President, '48; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorori- 
ty, '46, '47, '48, Chaplain, '48; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 
'48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Freshman Chorus, 
'45; "Who's Who." 



Mary Brown Feagans. Home Economics. Transfer 
from Lynchburg College in '46. Theta Sigma 
LTpsilon Sorority, '48 ; Frances Sale Club, '48 ; Wesley 
Foundation, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Lucille Grubb. Business Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, '46, 
'47; Business Club, '46, '47, '48; I. R. C. '47, '48; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Donna Jean Hair. Home Economics. Frances Sale 
Club, '46, '47, '48; Stratford Dramatic Club, '48; I. 
R. C. '45. '46, '47, '48; Curie Science Club. '48. 

Leslie Hall. Secondary Education. Alpha Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Editor, '47, Treasurer, '48; 
Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, 
'48; Student Council, '45, Assistant Recorder of 
Points, '48; Honor Council, '48; French Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48, President, '46, Vice-President, '47, Editor, 
Club, '46, '47; Wesley Foundation, '46, '47, '48, 
'48; House Vice-President, '47, President, '48; Choral 
Worship Chairman, '47; Y. W. C. A. 



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Joyce Hammond. Secondary Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma Sorority, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi. '47, '48; 
Mercury Club, '47, '48; Athletic Association, Presi- 
dent, '48; Porpoise Club, '47; Hockey Team, '47, '48; 
Cotillion Club, '47; "Who's Who." 



Prances Hundley. Business Education. Business Club, 
President, '48; A. A., Business Manager, '48; Glee 
Club, Business Manager, '47; Pi Omega Pi, '46, '47, 
'48; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, Y. W. C. A., "Who's 

Who." 



Wilma Hampton. Business Education. Business Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

June Hardy. Business Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46. '47, '48; Wesley Founda- 
tion, Corresponding Secretary, '47 ; Pi Omega Pi, 
Vice- President, '47; Y. W. C. A., Treasurer, '48. 

Virginia Yancey Harrison. Elementary Education. 
Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48 ; Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorori- 
ty ; A. C. E. '45, '46, '47, '48. 

Mary Katherine Haught. Bachelor of Science. Curie 
Science Club; Westimster Fellowship, Y. W. C. A. 

Mabel Louise Henderson. Home Economics. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '47, '48 ; Frances Sale Club, 
'47, '48, Treasurer, '48; Wesley Foundation Cabinet, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 

Jean Ann Higgins. Business Education. Newman Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Ida Audrey Hinton. Business Education. Pi Omega 
Pi, '46, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48, Secretary, 
'48; Business Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '48; 
Canterbury Club, '47, '48 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Margaret Bradshaw Hoggard. Business Education. 
German Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48; Busi- 
ness Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Alpha Sigma Alpha 
Sorority, '46, '47, '48; Junior Class Treasurer, '47; 
Senior Class Secretary, '48 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Joan Holbrook. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Frances 
Sale Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '47 ; I. R. 
C. '45; 4-H Alumnae Club, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46; 
Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Panhellenic Council, 
'46, '47, '48; Student Council, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Peggy Hollis. Home Economics. Frances Sale Club, 
'46, '47, '48; Standards Committee, '46, '47, '48; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48; German Club, 
'46, '47, '48, President, '48,; Schoolma'am Staff, '46; 
Breeze Reporter, '46; "Who's Who."; Y. W. C. A. 

Betty Hoover. Business Education. Stratford Dramatic 
Club, '46, '47, '48; Granddaughters' Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48, President, '47; Business Club, '46, '47, '48; Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '45, '46; I. R. C. '46, '47; House Council, 
'47, '48; Assistant Recorder of Points, '47; Y. W. 
C. A. 

Ruby Anne Horsley. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma 

Tau Sorority, '46, '47, '48, Custodian, '48; Cotillion 

Club, '47, '48; Tunior Marshall, '47; Frances Sale 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Usher. 

Nellie Frances Hotinger. Elementary Education. A. 
C. E. '47, '48; Westminster Fellowship, '45 '46, '47, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 



Mary Louise Huntington. Secondary Education. 
Student Government Association President, '48; 
Junior Class President, '47; Sophomore Class Secre- 
tary, '46; Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, '45, '46, '47, 
'48; Cotillion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Panhellenic 
Council, '45, '46, '47; Spanish Club, '45, '46; "Who's 
Who." 



Barbara Lee Jameson. Liberal Arts. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon Sorority, '48; Curie Science Club, '47, '48; 
Breeze Photographer, '48; Archery Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48, President, '46. 

Barbara Jarvis. Business Education. Business Club, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 



Jean Jessee. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Historian, '48; Frances 
Sale Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '48; School- 
ma'am Staff, '46, '47, Photography Editor, '47; Honor 
Council, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Ernestine Johnson. Home Economics. B. S. U. '45, 
'46, '47, '48; Frances Sale Club, '48; Curie Science 
Club, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Jo Johnson. Elementary Education. Class Reporter, 
'43 ; Class Treasurer, 46; Student Council, '47; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Committee, '46 ; Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, 48; 
Schoolma'am, Junior Editor, '47, Editor, '48; Ger- 
man Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Aeolian Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48; President, '47; A. C. E. '45, '46, '47, '48; Por- 
poise, '45, '46; Y. W. C. A., "Who's Who." 

Margaret Earl Johnson. Home Economics. Frances Sale 
Club, 48; Wesley Foundation, '45, '46, '47, '48; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Alice Mercer Jones. Secondary Education. Spanish Club, 
President, '46; Senior Hall President, '47; Standards 
Committee, '47 ; Social Committee, '48 ; Pi Kappa Sig- 
ma Sorority, '46, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '48; Sig- 
ma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Cotillion Club, '48; Fresh- 
man Y. W C. A. Commission, Secretary, '45. 

Mary Alice Joyner. Business Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma Sorority, '48; Schoolma'am, Senior Editor, 
'48; Business Club, '47, '48; House Council, '48; 
Dormitory President, '42; Bit and Bridle Club, '41, 
'42; Y. W. C. A. 

Cecil Kelly. Elementary Education. German Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48; Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48; 
A. C. E. '46. '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 



Vernita Fave King. B. S. in Education. Freshman 
Chorus, '45; Choral Club, '45, '46, '47,; I. R. C. 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 



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Joan M. Kirby. B. A. Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, '47, 
'48; Cotillion Club, '47, '48; Orchestra, '45, '46; 
Lost Chords, '45, '46, Clara Barton Club, '45. 

Helen Lee Koontz. Liberal Arts. Orchestra, '46, 47, 
'48; Lost Chords, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Grand- 
daughters, Club, '45, '46; Band, '47, '48; Clara Barton 
Club, '45, '46. 

Peggy A. Lease. Business Education. Business Club ; 
El Club Espanol, Reporter; Choral Club; Y. W. C.A. 

Wanda Lee Lewter. Secondary Education. Glee Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, '45, 
'46, '47, '48; German Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Porpoise 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48. 

Sue Lipps. Elementary Education. Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, '47, '48 ; Westminster Fellowship, President, 
'47; A. C. E. Reporter, '48; Clara Barton Club, '45, 
'46. 

Janice Lohr. Business Education. Glee Club, Vice- 
President, '47 ; Y. W. C. A. Secretary, '47 ; Pi Omega 
Pi ; Sigma Phi Lambda. 

Allene Mann. Liberal Arts. Y. W. C. A. ; French Club, 
'47, '48; I. R. C. '48. 

Elizabeth Page Mathews. Home Economics. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48. Art Club, 
Historian, '46, Vice-President, '48; Schoolma'am 
Art Staff, '48; Canterbury Club, '47, '48, Treasurer, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 

Angeline Matthews. Business Education. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; Class officer, 
Sargeant-at-Arms, '48; German Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48, Business Manager, '48; Breeze Staff, Business 
Manager, '46; Pi Omega Pi, '45, '46, '47, '48; Tennis 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Business Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Margaret Wilson Matthews. Home Economics. Frances 
Sale Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Dolly Madison Garden 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; 
Wesley Foundation Cabinet, '46, '48 ; Kappa Delta Pi, 
'47, '48. 

Elizabeth Mattox. Secondary Education. Orchestra, 
[46, '47, '48; Choral Club, '45, '46; German Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48 ; Theta Sigma Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46, 
'47, Vice-President, '47 ; Junior Marshall, '47 ; 
Dormitory Fire-Chief, '46, '48; Freshman Chorus, '45. 

Dorothy Jeanne Meekins. Elementary Education. Cotil- 
lion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; A. C. E. '45, '46, '47, '48, 
Business Manager, '48. 

Elizabeth Clarke Meeks. Elementary Education. Glee 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; A. C. E." '47, '48; Cotillion 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Junior Marshall, '47. 

Annalee Messick. Secondary Education. Transfer, '46. 
Pi Kanpa Sigma Sorority, '47, '48; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil Secretary, '48; Class Treasurer, '48; German Club, 
'46, '47, '48; A. A. Council. '47. '48; Varsity Basket- 
ball, '47, '48; Mercury Club, '47, '48; Volleyball Sports 
Leader, '47, '48 ; Y. W. C. A. '46, '47, '48. " 



Rose Marie Mitchell. Elementary Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilon, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; 
Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '45, '46; German Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Freshman Chorus, '45; A. C. E. '45, '46, '47, '48; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Virginia Page Moffett. Elementary Education. West- 
minster Fellowship, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '46 ; 
Choral Club, '45, '46, '47. 

lean Hotinger Morrison. Elementary Education. West- 
minster Fellowship, '45 '46, '47, '48; A. C. E., '46, 
'47, '48; 4-H Alumnae, '47, '48; Y. W .C. A. 

Mary Lee Moyer. Liberal Arts. Class Secretary, '45 ; 
Class President, '46; Chairman, Honor Council, '48; 
Theta Sigma Upsilon, President, '47 ; Honor Council 
Representatiye, '47; I. R. C. '47; Assembly Com- 
mittee, '46; Dormitory President, '45; Madonna (in 
Christmas Pageant), '48; "Who's Who"; Y. W. C. A. 

Anne Myers. Business Education. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48 ; Social Committee, '45, '46, 
'48, Chairman, '48; Cotillion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Modern Dance Club, '46, '47, '48. 

Gloria Cegelski McCarthy. Secondary Education. 
Orchestra, '46, '47, '48; Lost Chords, '46," '48 ; Newman 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, President, '47, '48. 

Ramona Fawley McCary. Liberal Arts. Pi Kappa 
Sigma Sorority ; Cotillion Club ; Modern Dance Club ; 
Porpoise Club; Y. W. C. A.; Schoolma'am Photo- 
graphic Editor, '47, '48. 

Jane McMurran. Secondary Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; A. A. Vice Presi- 
dent, '48; A. A. Council, '47; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, 
'48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Mercury Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48, President, '47; German Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48; Modern Dance Club, '48. 

Virginia Ogilyie. Business Education. Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '45 ; Aeolian Club, '45 ; International Re- 
lations Club, Reporter, '45, '46; Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
Pi Omega Pi, Y. W. C. A., Freshman Chorus. 

Rose Marie Pace. Secondary Education. Glee Club, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Librarian, '46, Business Manager, '47; 
Alpha Sigma Tan Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Historian, 
'47; German Club, '46, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A.; Scrib- 
blers, '47, '48; Dormitory President, '48; A. A. Coun- 
cil, Treasurer, '48. 

Virginia Page Starke. Liberal Arts. Art Club, '47, '48; 
Schoolma'am Art Staff, '48; Y. W. C. A.; Alpha 
Sigma Tau Sorority, '47, '48; Spanish Club, '48. 

Barbara Marguerite Palmer. Secondary Education. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48; Tennis 
Club, '46, '47, '48; German Club, '45, '46, '47, '48. 

Jacqueline Pasher. B. A. in Education. Kappa Delta 
Pi, '47, '48; Spanish Club. 

Frances Joy Paynter. Home Economics. Y. W. C. A.; 
Frances Sale Club, '46, '47 ; Westminster Fellowship, 
'45, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, '45, '46; Clara Barton, 
'45. 



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Mary Elizabeth Peak. Business Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; German Club, 
'47, '48; Business Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-Presi- 
dent, '47; Y. W. C. A., Secretary, '48; B. S. U., '45, 
'46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '47, Secretary, '48. 

Majorie Phelps. Liberal Arts. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '47, '48, Recorder of Points, '48 ; German 
Club, '46, '47, '48; Curie Science Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48; Basketball, '45; House President, '48. 

Jane Marilyn Pincus. Liberal Arts. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Cotil- 
lion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Business Manager, '48; 
Spanish Club, '47, '48; Vice-President, '47. 

Marjorie Pole. Liberal Arts. Y. W. C. A.; French 
Club, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '47. 

Alice Ellen Radar. Elementary Education. Garden 
Club, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Wesley Foundation, 
'45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '47, Corresponding 
Secretary, '48; I. R. C, '45, '46, '47, '48; A. C. E., 
'46, '47, '48; Granddaughters' Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Freshman Chorus, '45 ; Clara Barton Cluh, '45 ; Y. 
W. C. A. 

Frances Elaine Ray. Elementary- Education. A. C. E., 
'46, '47, '48, Secretary, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '48; B. 
S. U., '45, '46, '47. '48, Secretary, '46. 

Anna Clarice Reeves. Secondary Education. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; Stratford 
Dramatic Club, '47, '48, Business Manager, '48; Cotil- 
lion Club, '48. 

Margaret Virginia Reid. Elementary Education. Breeze 
Reporter, '45, News Editor, '46, '47, Editor-in-chief, 
'48; Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48, 
Treasurer, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '45, '46; German Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, 
Reporter, '47,; I. R. C, '45, '46, Reporter, '47; A. C. 
E., '45, '46, '47, '48; Freshman Chorus, '45; Nomi- 
nating Convention, '45, '46, '47, '48; "Who's Who"; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Billy Beaty Richmond. Home Economics. Pi Kappa 
Sigma, '46, '47, '48, Recording Secretary ; German 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, *45, '46; Class 
Business Manager, '47. 



Alene Rodes. Secondary Education. 
'46, '47, '48. 



Y. W.C. A„ '45, 



Nancy J. Rogers. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; Orchestra, '45, '46, 
'47, '48, Business Manager, '47; German Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48; Standards Com- 
mittee, '48; Porpoise Club, '45, '46; Curie Science 
Club, '45; Y. W. C. A. 

Grace Scott. Business Education. Theta Sigma Up- 
silon Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; Pi Omega Pi, '46 
'47, '48 ; Business Club, '46, '47, '48 ; Y. W. C. A. 

Alice Sherman. Elementary Education. German Club, 

'45, '46, '47, '48, Secretary, '48; A. C. E., '47, '48; Y. 

W. C. A. ; Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, '45, '46, '47, 

'48, Recording Secretary, '48. 



Mary Frances Shuler. Home Economics. Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, '45, '46, '47, '48 ; Student Council, Assistant 
Recorder of Points, '46; Schoolma'am Organization 
Editor, '47; Baptist Student Union, '46, '47, '48; 
Frances Sale Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Theta Sigma 
Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; I. R. C, '45, '46; 
Granddaughters' Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; Kappa Delta 
Pi, '47, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Freshman 
Chorus, '45. 

Shirley Sims. Liberal Arts. Y. W. C. A. ; Clara Barton 
Club, '45, '46; Biology Seminar, '48. 

Geneva F. Sira. Elementary Education. Y. W. C. A. ; 
Wesley Foundation, '45, '46, '47, '48; I. R. C, '48. 

Anna Preston Shepherd. Business Education. Pi 
Omega Pi, Secretary, '47, President, '48; Kappa Delta 
Pi, '48; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, '48; Madison 
Business Club, '47, '48; B. S. U. Council, '47, '48. 

Frances Carolyn Smith. Business Education. B. S. U. 
Council, '45, '46, '47, '48, Second Vice-President, '47; 
Business Club, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, '45, '46, '47. 

Julia Lewis Smith. Business Education. Student Coun- 
cil, '48; Theta Sigma Upsilon Sorority, '45, '46, '47, 
'48, Secretary, '48; Glee Club, '45, '46, '47, '48; 
Schoolma'am Business Staff, '47, '48; Class Presi- 
dent, '45 ; Class Vice-President, '46 ; Granddaughters' 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Vice-President, '48. 

Gwyndolyn Ruth Snapp. Secondary Education. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, '48; Glee Club, '45, 
'46, '47, '48; Panhellenic Council, '47, '48, Chairman, 
'48; Cotillion Club, '46, '47, '48; Wesley Foundation, 
'45, '46; Freshman Chorus, '45; Y. W. C. A. 

Margaret Soukup. Liberal Arts. Sigma Phi Lambda, 
'45, '46; El Club Espanol, '46, '47, '48; Le Cercle 
Francais, '48. 

Helen Spivey. B. S. in Education. Glee Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48. 

Lila T. Springmann. Elementary Education. A. C. E., 
President, '48. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, '46, '47, 
'48; Choral Club, '47; Schoolma'am Art Staff, '47. 

Helen L. Squyres. Elementary Education. Y. W. C. 
A.; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48; A. C. 
E., '46, '47, '48; Junior Marshall, '47. 

June Bishop Staples. Home Economics. Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '45, '46; B. S. U. Council, '46, '48; Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Sorority, '46, '47, '48, Chaplain, '47 ; Glee 
Club, '45, '46, "47, '48, President, '48. Frances Sale 
Club, '46, '47. '48; German Club, '45, '46, '47; Y. W. 
C. A.; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48, Historian, '48; Junior 
Marshall, '47. 

Barbara Strader. Secondary Education. Orchestra, 
'45, '46, '47, '48, Librarian, '47, President, '48; Art 
Club, '48; Campus Fire Chief, '48; Band, '47, '48; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Joyce Langston Sutton. Secondary Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilon Sorority, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, 
'47, '48; I. R. C, '47. '48, Secretary, '48; Glee Club, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 



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Frances Swecker. Liberal Arts. Westminster Fellow- 
ship Cabinet, '47, '48 ; Y. \\ . C. A. 

Margaret Alease Thacker. Secondary Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Sorority, 45, '40, '47, '48, Registrar, 48. 
Kappa Delta Pi, 47, '48, kecording Secretary, '48; 
Scboolma'am Copy Editor, '48; Le Cercle Francois, 
'46, '47, Treasurer, '47; Breeze Reporter, '45, '40; 
Sigma Phi Lambda, '40; Usher, '48. 

Ruth Thompson. B. S. in Education. Student Council, 
Editor of Handbook, '48; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, 
'47, '48, Editor; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48, Reporter, 
'48; Glee Club, '40, 47, '48; Sesame Club, '45, '40; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Eva Ann Trumbo. Secondary Education. Y. W. C. A., 
President, '48; "Who's Who"; Alpha Sigma Alpha 
Sorority, '45, '40, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; 
Glee Club, '46, '47, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '40, 
Secretary, '40; Lutheran Student Association, Presi- 
dent, '47. 

Josephine Yaughan. Secondary Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha, '45, '40, '47, '48, President, '48; Honor 
Council, '48; German Club, '45, '40, '47, '48; Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '45, '46; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; El 
Club Espanol, '40; Class Secretary, '47. 

Martha Ann Walton. Secondary Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma Sorority, '45, '40, '47, '48, Treasurer, '48; Ger- 
man Club, '45, '40, '47, '48. 

Nancy Jane Warren. Home Economics. Y. W. C. A.; 
Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority, '45, '40, '47, '48, Press 
Agent, '47, '48; Cotillion Club, '47, '48; Frances Sale 
Club, '45, '40; Usher, '47; Empaneling Board of S. 
G. A., '47; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46, President, '46; 
Standards Committee, '47. '48, Chairman, '48; Breeze 
Reporter, '45, '46, '47; "Who's Who." 

Virginia Dale Watson. Liberal Arts. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Modern Dance 
Club, '40, '47, '48, President. '47; Social Committee, 
'47; Cotillion Club, '45, '46, '47, '48. 

Mary Carlton Wells. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma 
Tau Sorority, '47, '48; Frances Sale Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48; Curie Science Club, '46, '47, '48; Choral Club, 
'47; Y. W. C. A. 

Barbara Lee Wensel. Secondary Education. B. S. U.. 
'45. '46, '47, '48, President, '48; Honor Council Chair- 
man, '47; Class President, '48; Alpha Sigma Alpha 
Sorority, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; Y. W C 
A. Cabinet, '45, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '47; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '46; Standards Committee, '46; Breeze Staff 
'46; "Who's Who." 

Cora Jean White. Liberal Arts. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '46. '47. '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '46; 
Student Council, '46; Honor Council, '4; Secretary- 
Treasurer Student Government. '48; A. A. Council 
'46, '47, 48, Secretary, '48; Tennis Club, '45, '46 '47' 
'48; Cotillion Club '47, '48; "Who's Who." 



Doris Wilson White. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma 
Tau Sorority, '47, '48; Cotillion, '47, '48; Frances Sale 
Club, '47, '48. 

Annabelle Hayes W hitehouse. Home Economics. 
Frances Sale Club, '47, '48; Curie Science Club, '47, 
'48; Y. W. C. A. 



Elizabeth W hitehurst. Secondary Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilon Sorority, '47, '48; 1. R. C, '47, '48; 
French Club, '44 ; Garden Club, '43, '44, Secretary, '44. 

Dorothea L. W ilkerson. Home Economics. 

Betty Jane W ilkins. Elementary Education. Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, '45, '46, '47, '48; Vice-President. '48; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '47, '48; Wesley Foundation Cabinet, '45, 
'40, '47, '48, Secretary, '47; A. C. E., '45, '40, '47, 
'48, Treasurer, '47; Sigma 1'hi Lambda, '4s, '40; 1. R. 
C, '45, '46; Freshman Chorus, '45; FYeshman Band, 
'45 ; Schoolma'am Copy Staff, '48. 

Ann Carter Williams. Secondary Education. Alpha 
Sigma Tau, '45, '40, '47, '48, Treasurer, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Glee Club, '45, '40, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, 
'47, '48; Panhellenic Council Treasurer, '48; Y. W. C. 
A. ; Sigma Phi Lambda, '45, '40 ; Wesley Foundation, 
'40. 

Annie Banita Wills. Home Economics. Y. W. C. A. ; 
4-H Alumnae. 

Betty Anne Wilson. Liberal Arts Alpha Sigma Tau 
Sorority, '46, '47, '48; El Club Espanol, '46; West 
minister Fellowship, '46, '47, '48; Granddaughters' 
Club, '47, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Hazel Wine. B. A. Alpha Rho Delta, '48. 

Peggy Wood. Business Education. Business Club, '47, 
48; Kappa Delta Pi, '47, '48; Glee Club, '45, '46, '47, 
'48, Business Manager, '48; Pi Omega Pi, '47, '48, 
Vice-President, '48; Sigma Phi Lambda, '46; Y. W. 
C A. 

Ricie Louise Woodward. Home Economics. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, '48; Frances Sale Club, '48; Y. W. C. A. 

Doris Mildred Wright. Secondary Education. German 
Club, '46, '47, '48! A. A. Council, '47, '48; Mercury 
Club, '45, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer, '47, '48; Modern 
Dance Club, '48; Choral Club, '45, '46; Hockey, '46, 
'47, '48; Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. Council '47, '48. 

Lynda Yeatts. Business Education. Pi Kappa Sigma 
Sorority, '45, '46, '47, '48 ;_ Cotillion Club, '45, '46, 
'47, '48 ; Student Council, '45 ; Freshman Commission, 
President, '45 ; Mercury Club, '45, '46, '47. 

Doris Young. Business Education. Theta Sigma L T psilon, 
'46, '47, '48; Standards Committee, '47; Orchestra, 
'46, '48, Business Manager. 



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Student Directory 

Abbell, Mr. James Manuel 371 W. Spring Street, Woodstock, Va. 

Abrams, Hannah Helene 420 Brown Avenue, Hopewell, Va. 

Acey, Beverly Gilliam 6039 Eastwood Terrace, Norfolk, Va. 

Acker, Freda Catherine Route 1, Grottoes, Va. 

Adams, Ann Hill 3610 Martin Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Agnor, Ruth Anne Elizabeth 309 Jackson Avenue, Lexington, Va. 

Albera, Eugenia, Margherita 315 Monastry Place, Union City, New Jersey 

Alberts, Mary sneppard 140 Brewer Avenue, Suffolk, Va. 

Albright, Milderd Garden Chase City, Va. 

Albrittain, Mary Louise Bel Alton, Maryland 

Alexander, Ann Elizabeth 3228 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 

Alexander, Charlotte Ellen 505 Idlewilde Street, Covington, Va. 

Allebaugh, Joan Evans Route 2, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Allen, Glenda Rae 129 E. Manmouth Street, Winchester, Va. 

Allen, Margaret Frances Glen Allen, Va. 

Alamrode, Betty Jo Mt. Sidney, Va. 

Ancferson, Elizabeth Carr 208 W. Boscawen Street, Winchester, Va. 

Anderson, June Elaine 15 Overlook Road, Needham, Mass. 

Andrews, Bertha May 321 N. Oakland Street, Arlington, Va. 

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

Andrews, Mary Allene Mt. Landing, Va. 

Andrews, Mildred Jane Phenix, Va. 

Antrim, Francis Imogene Groometown Road, Greensboro, N. C. 

Appleton, Jacqueline Page 21 Elm Avenue, Hilton Village, Va. 

Armistead, Martha Olivia 43 Gillis Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Armstrong, Betty Jo Mt. Crawford, Va. 

Armstrong, Marietta Mt Crawford, Va. 

Arnold, Doris Lee 344 Day Avenue, S. W., Roanoke, Va. 

Aronoff, Harriet Gertude 622-28 Street, Newport News, Va. 

Arrants, Iris Nancy 200 Westmorland Road, Falls Church, Va. 

Arthur, Gyneth Cleo Hurt, Va. 

Ashbrook, Patsy Ruth 611 Forest Ave., Martinsville, Va. 

Ashby, Alarj- Virginia 420 W. Alain Street, Covington, Va. 

Astin, Nannie Mae 412 Clay Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Atkins, Doris Louise 1852 Fairfax Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

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

Austin, Mrs. Emily Burger Fincastle, Va. 

Bailey, Doret Eleanor 301 W. Myrtle Street, Alexandria, Va. 

Bailey, Jeanne Deford Route 1, Bristol, Va. 

Bain, Evelyn Gay Dinwiddie, Va. 

Baker, Ellen Genevieve Woodford, Va. 

Baker, Martha Elizabeth Strasburg, Va. 

Baker, Mary Virginia Pamplin, Va. 

Balderson, Flora Waldemar Montross, Va. 

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

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

Banner, Mary Ruth Castlewood, Va. 

Barham, Mary Evelyn 309 Rockbridge Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Barnes, Hazel Ruthe Bassett, Va. 

Barney, Bettie Lee Park Street, Vienna Va. 

Barton, Mamie Frances Hardy, Va. 

Bates, Marian Helms 300 Glenloch Rd., Ridley Park, Pa. 

Batts, Betty Lou 56-A Elizabeth Road, Hampton, Va. 

Beck, Eleanor Carolyn Route 1, Staunton, Va. 

Beck, Glenice Ramona Route 1, Box 31, Richmond, Va. 

Beckwith, Thelma Patrica Route 2, Bridgewater, Va. 

Bedwell, Alma Ola 96 Paul Jones St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Beery, Dorotha Virginia Penn Laird, Va. 

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

Bell, Virginia Frances Goshen, Va. 

Bellenot, Anne Elise 222 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Bentz, Betty Jane 331 E. Washington Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Berger, Lucille Price Gretna, Va. 

Bethel, Dorothy Jane Massies Mill, Va. 



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Bethel, Frances Clarke Massies Mill, Va. 

Bettis, Ann Lee Mi Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Beville, t ranees Aveml DeWitt, Va. 

Biller, Mr. Allen Coverly Box 184, New Market, Va. 

Birch, .Nancy Lee W N. Columbus Street, Arlington, Va. 

Birchard, Marjorie Lee Oil Virginia Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bishop, Annie Lee Leesburg, Va. 

Bishop, Helen Anne McKenney, Va. 

Bishop, Jane Mustoe, Va. 

Bishop, Mary Frances Mustoe, Va. 

Black, Lynn Calmes Route 1, Box 215, Alexandria, Va. 

Black, Mary Elizabeth Route 1, Lexington, Va. 

Blackmore, Cora Marie Route 2, Box 283, Norfolk, Va. 

Blair, Irene Frances Wellville, Va. 

Blackmore, Kittie Jean 518 East Quarry Street, Mansassas, Va. 

Blanchard, Rena Savona, New York 

Bland, Dorothy Ann 4 Shanghai, Va. 

Bluett, Mildred Mae 3811 Hillsdale Rd., Baltimore, Md. 

Blunt, Audrey Delores Blunt's Lane, Alexandria, Va. 

Board, Betsy Brown Lynch Station, Va. 

Boice, Charlotte Mathews 15 Riverview Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

Bonneville, Betty Jean 1024 N. Frederick Street, Arlington, Va. 

Boone, Mary Ann 1 126 College Street, Rockymount, Va. 

Borkey, Mildred Lindsay Bowling Green, Va. 

Bostic, Zelma Sue Castlewood, Va. 

Bowen, Annie McClain . , Warsaw, Va. 

Bowen, Barbara Allen Route 2, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Bowen, Dreama Ederle Box 5, Covington, Va. 

Bowen, Esterbelle Route 2, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Bowen, Lucy J. Nan Eagle Oak Farms, Bland, Va. 

Bowles, Mary Joseohine Route 4, Rockymount, Va. 

Bowman, Anna Claire South Alain Street, Timberville, Va. 

Bowman, Anna Lee Edinburg, Va. 

Bowman, Betty Ellen High Street, Edinburg, Va. 

Bowman, Betty Lou Route 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bowman, Caroline Jay High Street, Edinburg, Va. 

Bowman, Doris Jean Route 1, Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Bowman, Majorie Joan Edinburg, Va. 

Bowman, Natalie Louise 430 Quackenbos Street, Washington, D. C. 

Bowyer, Audrey Deane 856 College Street, Bedford, Va. 

Brackett, Lois jane 313 W. 28 Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Bradley, Mr. Curtis Schuyler 301 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bradley, Martha Jane 1032 McCormick Blvd., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Bradley, Mary Jane 3123 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 

Brady, Katherine Elizabeth 1213 Hawks Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Branch, Virginia Lee Back Bay, Va. 

Brandt, Lois Carolyn 3218 Bedford Avenue, Raleigh, N. C. 

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

Brash, Margaret Jean 107 W'ildwood Avenue, Beckley, W. Va. 

Brent, Sarah Kendall 289 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bresnanan, Doris Mae 5028 Edmonston Avenue, Hyattsville, Md. 

Brewer, Elaine Neff 621 Collicello Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Brewer, Juanita Dawn Oldtown, Va. 

Brewton, Bette June 918 K. Street, N. E„ Washington, D. C. 

Briggs, Mary Louise 501 N. Steele Street, Sanford, N. C. 

Brittingham, Barbara Ann 315 Glenburn Avenue, Cambridge, Md. 

Britton, Virginia Dare 114 Catherine Street, Suffolk, Va. 

Brockman, Jean Davies Sandidges, Va. 

Brodsky, Sheila Ann 210 Colony Road, New Haven, Conn. 

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

Brooks, Betty Lou Lutherville, Maryland 

Brooks, Clara Rebekah South Hill, Va. 

Broome, Dorothy Elizabeth Route 1, Dry Fork, Va. 

Browder, Eloise Lorene Box 192, Lawrenceville, Va. 

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

Brown, Betty Lee Route 1, Box 62, Altavista, Va. 

Brown, Betty Leigh Baskerville, Va. 

Brown, Margaret Isabelle 1017 N. Patrick Henry Drive, Arlington, Va. 

Brown, Ramona Elizabeth Raphine, Va. 

Bruce, Jeanne Hartmond 1100 — 16th Street, Lynchburg, Va. 

Bruce, Richard Theodore, Jr Route 1, Box 296, Harrisonburg, Va. 



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Bruckner, Gloria Agnes 4920 Ohamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Bryan, Mary lane 108 Cumberland Street, Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Brvant, Bessie Copeland Route 1, Courtland, Va. 

Bryant, Mary June .Arlington, \'a. 

Bryant .Nancy Rose 110 Morningside Drive, Wilmington, N. C. 

Buckmaster, jean Evelyn 2609 N. Lexington Street, Arlington, Va. 

Buckner, Katherine Ruth Route 2, Mary Gray Court, Staunton, Va. 

Budge, Dorothy Helen 526 N. Oakland Street, Arlington, Va. 

Bunts, Anne Ward Box 350, Wytheville, Va. 

Burford, Forrest Anne 105 Virginia Avenue, Front Royal, Va. 

Burkholder, Yvonne Elizabeth Dale Enterprise, Va. 

Burnett, Peggy Langston 204 Clement Avenue., Danville, Va. 

Burns, Phyllis Ann 32 Walnut Street, Nevvington, Conn. 

Burnside. Betty Davis 312 Elm Street, Gardner, Mass. 

Burruss, Helen Lenor Box 46, Penola, Va. 

Burton, Tacquelin Marie 217 Pinner Street. Suffold, Va. 

Burton. Ronald Dean 910 Willian Street. Fredericksburg, Va. 

Bushong, Mildred Eleanor 729 S. Barton Street, Arlington, Va. 

Bussey, Anne W'ilcox 325 Hopkins Road, Baltimore, Md. 

Butler, Roy Gordon 1111 Prince Edward Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Butterworth, Nancy Jane Wilson, Va. 

Byrd Margaret Campbell 34 Kerr Street, Onancock, Va. 

Cabaniss, Edith Lee Brookneal, Va. 

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

Caldwell, Marv Ellen Roue 2, Wavnesboro. Va 

Calhoon. Betty Elva 4 S. Colin Drive, Portsmouth, Va. 

Callis, Ruby Lena Grimstead, Va. 

Callis, Thelma Marie Bertrand, Va. 

Calvert, Colleen Elizabeth 207 S. Muhlenburg, Street, Woodstock, Va. 

Campbell, Barbara Elizabeth Sandidges, Va. 

Campbell, Henry Richard Route 1. Timberville, Va. 

Campbell. Jewel! Lee Box 402, Covington, Va. 

Campbell. Tosephine Dare Sunset Avenue, Charlottesville. Va. 

Canby, Marion Forsyth 3718— 35th Street, N. W„ Washington, D. C. 

Caracofe, W'esley Lynwood c Box 68. Dayton, Va. 

Carmen, Claudenia, Ruth 65 Oak Grove Drive. Baltimore, Md. 

Carpenter, Glenna Mae Box 28, Hot Springs. Va. 

Carr, Jacquelyn Leigh 610 South Street, Franklin, Va. 

Carter, Anne Esther North Garden, Va 

Carter, David Alvin , 109 Franklin Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Carter, Lillian Catherine Box 611, Lexington, Va. 

Carter, Margaret Ann Ridgeway, Va. 

Carter, Nan Coker 403 Carmeron Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Castles, Jane Elizabeth Din widdie Avenue, Blackstone, Va. 

Chapman, Betty Jane 1305 Dinwiddie Avenue, University Hgts., Richmond, Va. 

Chapman, Elsie Mae 306 N. Second Street, Hopewell, Va. 

Chapman, Kathryn Gray Gloucester, Va. 

Chapman, Margaret Stine Shenandoah Caverns, Va. 

Chappell. Ida Hart Sedley, Va. 

Chason, Tane Lee Rt. 3, Box 296, Alexandria, Va. 

Chenery,' Alice Elizabeth 321 N. 24th St., Richmond, Va. 

Christie, Frances Anne 104 Maple Ave., Welch, W. Va. 

Ciekot, Genevieve Stella Mace Ave., Box 3, Essex, Md. 

Clark, F.mma Lou 162 N. Main Street, Woodstock, Va. 

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

Clark, Margaret Marion Aylett, Va. 

Clarke, Mariana Pastor Box 37, Churcrdand, Va. 

Cleaver, Pauline Virginia Rough Run, West Va. 

Clem, Evelyn Virginia Timberville, Va. 

Clendening, Nadine 227 South Maple Avenue, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Cleveland, Jane Warren Millboro, Va. 

Clift, Alice Shirley Comorn, Va. 

Cline, Pearl Mae Route 5, Staunton, Va. 

Cline, Ralph Wiliam 320 N. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Coates, Charlotte Ruth W'oodville, Va. 

Coates, Mercer Jane Banco, Va. 

Cobb. Mary Louise Route 3, Fairfax, Va. 

Cocke, Jeanette Rose Gretna, Va. 

Cockrill, Marv Catherine Route 3, Herndon, Va. 

Coffey, Nancy Lee 2038 Mt. Vernon Road, Roanoke, Va. 



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Coffman, Marguerite Jean Route 2, Box IS, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Cohen, Mary Frances 117 S. Colonial Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Colbert, Shirley Anne Gretna, Va. 

Collie, Katherine Ann Route 2, Ringgold, Va. 

Collins, Elizabeth Anne Clinchco, Va. 

Collins, Jean Katherine 535 Monroe, Avenue, Cape Charles, Va. 

Colvin, Marjorie Anne Belleview Avenue, Orange, Va. 

Conner, Grace Elizabeth Strasburg, Va. 

Connock, Frances May 110 Todd Avenue, Charlottesville, Va 

Cooke, Mazie Gwendolyn Yancy Mills, Va. 

Cooke, Mary Anne 632 Graydon Park, Norfolk, Va. 

Cooke, Mary Virginia Box 27, Orange, Va. 

Cooper, Mary Annette Haysi, Va. 

Cooter, Mildred Ramona Route 6, Danville, Va. 

Copley, Ebie Holloway Oley, Va. 

Copp, Patsy Ann Mauretown, Va. 

Corbin, Allie Ellwood Box 84, Marshall, Va. 

Corell, Lois Joann Shawsville, Va. 

Cosby, Peggy May Route 3, Glen Allen, Va. 

Councill, Erances Geneva Route 2, Box 3, Holland, Va. 

Cover, Catherine Noell Route 1, Hot Springs, Va. 

Coverston, Jean Elizabeth P. O. Box 126, Elkton, Va. 

Covev, Martha Dotte Snowville, Va. 

Cox, "Betty Milla Route 2, Box 307, Hampton, Va. 

Cox, Martha Fulton Timberville, Va. 

Cox, Peggy Ann 2210 Park Place, Lvnchburg, Va. 

Cox, Rosemary Masonic Home, Richmond, Va. 

Coyne, Elizabeth June 1036 Bay View Boulevard, Norfolk, Va. 

Craddock, Ruby Elizabeth ' Route 2, Box 84, Chatham, Va. 

Craig, Joanne Shumate Axton, Va. 

Cramer, Joyce Eleanor Boston Road, Sutton, Mass. 

Craun, Catherine Elizabeth Mt. Crawford. Va. 

Creel, Melba Inez Route 3, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Crider, Betty Elizabeth Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Critzer, Jo Anne 2527 Key Blvd., Arlington, Va. 

Cronise, Joanne Boyd 206 Fleming Drive, Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Cross, Ann Jefferson 911 Maryland Avenue, Suffolk, Va. 

Cross, Marv Margaret Concord Depot, Va. 

Cross, Mildred Hobson 911 Maryland Avenue, Suffolk, Va. 

Crowder, Dorothy Elaine '. 118 N. Royal Street, Alexandria, Va. 

Crowell, Dorothy Eloise 16 Fourth Street., S. E., Pulaski, Va. 

Crutchlow, Lucile Echo Route 3, Suffolk, Ya. 

Curran, Mary Martha 523 Rockbridge Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Curtis, Ann Rush 424 New York Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Daciek, Joseph Robert 9 Freeman Street, West Orange, N. J. 

Dallas, Alice Joyce Route 2, Nathalie, Va. 

Dalton, Katherine Yernelle Box 45, Hurt, Va. 

Dame, Martha Gave 616 E. Main Street, Salem, Va. 

Darby, Clara Wailes 200 Oakmont Road, Washington Grove, Md. 

Darnell, Elma Rebecca Rochelle, Va. 

Darrah, T can Katherine Verona, Va. 

Dautherty, Patricia Elizabeth Maple Street, Crisfield, Md. 

Davis, Anne Carolyn Quinton, Va. 

Davis, Betty Irene Main Street, Courtland, Va. 

Davis, Doris Jane 711 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Davis, Elam Vyonne Route 5, Box 474, Alexandria, Va. 

Davis, Jean Goode 133 Pocahontas Place, Hampton, Va. 

Davis, Jean Shirley 4303 N. 4th Street, Arlington, Va. 

Davis, Joel Randle P. O. Box 104, Bridgewater, Va. 

Dawson, Jack Deyerle Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Deal, Willis Rutter Route 3, Portsmouth, Va. 

Dean, Benjamin Franklin 446 E. Rock Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Deane, Dorothy Varine Stanardsville, Va. 

Deavers, Marilyn Vanetta Berryville. Va. 

DeBirny, Rosalie Ann 66-08— 102nd Street, Forest Hills, Long Island. N. Y. 

Dedrick, Dolly Louise 237 Florence Avenue, Waynesboro, Va. 

DeHart, Mary Katheryn N. Main Street. Chatham, Va. 

DeModcna, Lillian Virginia 2001 Rosewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Dent, Jo Ann Fort Defiance, Va. 

DePriest, Jean Catherine Route 1, Staunton, Va. 



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Derflinger, Ruth Jean Reliance, Va. 

Detamore, Anna Belle West Mill Street, Dayton, Va. 

Devier, Sheffey Lewis, Jr 332 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Dhein, Shirley Ann 114 E. Greenway Blvd., Falls Church, Va. 

Dickenson, Dorothy Eleanor Independence, Va. 

Dickenson, Robert Smith 188 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Dickie, Emilie Louise Roseland, Va. 

Dickson, Evelyn Lois 909 N. Edgewood Street, Arlington, Va. 

Dill, Sarah Jane 5405 Willow Lawn, Richmond, Va. 

Dinkel, Peggy Jo Box 422., Culpeper, Va. 

Dixon, Virginia Elizabeth Pungo, Va. 

Dobbs, Diana Shenandoah, Va. 

Dodson, Glenna Ardath 411-1 — 21st Road, N., Arlington, Va. 

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

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

Dopfer, Emma Mary 637 — 33rd Street, Newport News, Va. 

Dorrier, Ida Matilda 673 Wayne Avenue, Waynesboro, Va. 

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

Doughton, Nancy Elizabeth Route 1, Box 391, Alexandria, Va. 

Dove, Catherine Jean (Nurse) 271 S. Liberty Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Dovel, Anne Hundley P. O. Box 127, Bridgewater. Ya. 

Dovel, Betty Ann Stanley, Va. 

Dovel, Jacqueline Virginia 1255 Owen Place, N. E., Washington 2. D. C. 

Downey, Louise Ann 230 Jefferson Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Drewrey, Mary Hunter 917 Gates Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Driver, Colleen Carmen (Nurse) Dayton, Va. 

Driver, Dorilas Jacob • Route 6, Cumberland, Md. 

Driver, Thomas Richardson Box 255, New Market, Va. 

Driver, Waltine Lida (Nurse) Dayton, Va. 

Dudley, Betty Jean 5114 N. 15th Street, Arlington, Va. 

Dudley, Jane Fairfax Middleburg, Va. 

Duerson, Ann Virginia Bumpass, Va. 

Duke, Juanita 401 High Street, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Duke, Mary Ann Marsh Street, Tappahannock, Va. 

Dukes, Margaret Estellc Laurel, Va. 

Duncan, Mary Margaret Route 3, Nathalie, Va. 

Dunford, Judith May Route 10, Box 232, Richmond, Va. 

Dunnavant, Laura Belle Charlotte Court House. Va. 

Dunthorne, Marjorie 22 Pennroad Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

DuPre, Elizabeth Ann 728 Powell Avenue, Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Duquette, Marjorie 140 Warren Street, Needham, Mass. 

Dyer, Marjorie Anne 7 Raines Avenue, Sandston, Va. 

Early, Lois Loraine 216 3rd Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Earman. Harry Canter 104 E. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Eason, Virginia Dare Carrsville, Va. 

Eastep, Ella Kathryn Strasburg, Va. 

Faton, Tune Kinzer Route 1, Bedford, Va. 

Eavev, Helen Showalter (Mrs.) Weyers Cave, Va. 

Echard, Lew Ann Keezletown, Va. 

Echard, Wilbert Clifton, Tr Keezletown, Va. 

Edgar, Lynita Audrey. . . ." 5328 Second Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Edwards, Audrey Jean 419 Highland Avenue. Suffolk, Va. 

Edwards, Edsel Erasmus 394 W. Water Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Edwards, Mary Pierce Route 1, Ettrick, Va. 

Leghorn. Margaret Swan Rixeyville, Va. 

Elliott, Dorothy Cassen 202 E. Fillmore Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Elliott. Margaret Elizabeth Route 3, Farmville, Va. 

Ellis, Nancy Rebecca Route 2. Honewell, Va. 

Ellison, Marylew Gantt 31 Herman Street. Glen Ridge, N. T. 

Emmons, Howard Evert 247 W. Wolfe Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Engleman, Alice Roberta Route 1. Lexington, Va. 

Fnperson, Marjorie Hall South Main Street, Lawrenceville, Va. 

Epperson, Ola Atkinson Alberta, Va. 

Eoperson, Phyllis Gibson 346 Marvland Avenue. Portsmouth, Va. 

Eppling. Betty Jane". ". Edlewilde. Covington, Va. 

Evans, Charlotte Anne Box 167. Reedville. Va. 

Evans, David Donald Middletown, Va. 

Fverhart, Betty Vienna, Va. 

Eye, Walter Lahman 130 S. Brook Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 



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Fahnestock, Nancy Lorraine 518 Broad Street. Lititz, Pa. 

Faircloth, Anna Butler 3308 Barton Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Farmer, Gladys Vivian Route 1, Box 100, Dublin, Va. 

Farmer, Virginia Lee 1105 Libbie Avenue, Richmond 21, Va. 

Fawley, D. W., Jr Broadway, Va. 

Feagans, Mary Brown Route 23, Lynchburg, Va. 

Feinberg, Phyllis 234 Colony Road, New Haven, Conn. 

Fensterwald, Myra 1337 Graydon Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Fentress, Katherine Paige Fentress, Va. 

Ferguson, Arline Elizabeth 267 Newport News Avenue, Hampton, Va. 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Ann Warren Hotel, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Ferguson, Mary Frances Box 265, Clifton, Va. 

Ferland, Sarah Mae Woodrow Drive, Charlottesville, Va. 

Ferris, Fave O'Reta 202 Cumberland Street, Roanoke, Va. 

Fields, Shirley Ann 309 Smith Street, Salisbury, Md. 

Figgatt, Jennings Bryan, Jr Route 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Finks, June Boswell 2 W. Glendale Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Fisher, Kathryn Dolores 14 N. Garfield Street, Arlington, Va. 

Flanary, Peggy Terrell Richlands, Va. 

Flax, Harriet jean 714 Shirley Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Fleshman, Charlotte Ann 109 Sykes Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Fletcher, Dolores Renee 909 Fayette Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Flook, Lucille Route 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Flora, Gloria Irene 6706 Hillendale Road, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Fosnight, Evelyn June 18th Street, Front Royal, Va. 

Foster, Margaret Lorraine 6 Sunset Drive, Alexandria, Va. 

Foster, Nancy Malinda Mount Hope, W. Va. 

Fowlkes, Beverly Ann 2908 Grayland Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Fox, Betty Lou Eastview Street, Dayton, Va. 

Freed, Mary Jane Route 1, Crimora, Va. 

Frizze'l. Phyllis Jane 2220 Maiden Lane, Roanoke. Va. 

Fromkin, Barbara Allene 408 Ellsworth Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 

Frye, Melva Sharon Lucketts, Va. 

Fulcher, Barbara Gertrude Sandidges, Va. 

Fullerton, Shirley Bushnell 14 Court Street, Abingdon, Va. 

Fultz, Jean Frances Raphine, Va. 

Funk, Jane Elizabeth Berryville, Va. 

Furnal, Marilyn Anne Box 152, Oceana, Va. 

Furniss, Diane Lee Saxis, Va. 

Furr, Barbara Worth 334 Byrd Street, Hopewell, Va. 

Gainer, Barbara Jean Mt. Crawford, Va. 

Gaines, Ethel Clore Reva, Va. 

Gaither, Norma Jean 627 Columbia Avenue, Cumberland. Md. 

Gallagher, Bettv Joan 601 Commercial Street, Clifton Forge, Va. 

Gambill, Hamilton Scherer 515 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gambill, Joseph Foch 515 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gambill. Kenton Filler 515 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gander, Gena Ellen Luray, Va. 

Gandy, Madolyn Marie 20 Elm Avenue, Warwick on the James, Hilton Village, Va. 

Garber, Greta Yvonne 37 Shenandoah Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Garber, Josephine Lee Port Republic, Va. 

Garber, Marie Virginia 204 Parkway, Winchester, Va. 

Garfinkel, Frances Louise 508 Brown Avenue, Hopewell, Va. 

Garner, Catherine Hughes Box 210, Matewan, West Va. 

Garner, Thomas Edward Box 210, Matewan, West Va. 

Garnett, Walter William 294 S. liberty Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Garrett, Margaret Lee 344 N. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Garrett, Mary Ann Box 291, Paw Paw, W. Va. 

Garrett, Nancy Leigh 4605 Virginia Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Garth, Nancy Coleman Nellysf ord, Va. 

Garwood, Margaret Virginia Afton, Va. 

Gauldin, Christine 230 Gray Street, Danville, Va. 

Gay, Norma Evelyn 733 Webster Street, Needham, Mass. 

Gee, Mary Evans South Hill, Va. 

Gentry, Peggy Louise P. O. Box 478, Galax, Va. 

Georges, Constance 1004 Locust Avenue, Charlottesville, Va. 

Gibson, Beverley Louise Route 1. Charlottesville, Va. 

Gibson, Nancy Annette 1114 Kanawha Blvd., Charleston, W. Va. 

Gilbert, Ann McCauley Bridge House, Churchville, Va. 

Gilbert, Jean Moore Bridge House, Churchville, Va. 



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Gilbert, Marie Jackson Stanardsville, Va. 

Gill, Charlotte Elizabeth Miskimon, Va. 

Gilmore, Mary Elizabeth Culpeper, Va. 

Gilpin, Myrtle Elizabeth 1 16 W. Valley Street, Abingdon, Va. 

Gochenour, Vera Dorethia Woodstock, Va. 

Goepfert, Genevieve Marie 30 Charles Street, Newton Upper Falls P. O., Mass. 

Goettling, Lucie Pearson 525 N. Kenmore Street, Arlington, Va. 

Gooch, Jane Grey Troy, Va. 

Good, Virginia Maxine McGaheysville, Va. 

Goode, Lois Mae Flint Hill, Va. 

Goodman, Sally Ann 134 Abernethy Drive, Trenton, N. J. 

Goodson, Frances Cary 508, Key West, Florida 

Goodwin, Mary Catherine Afton, Va. 

Gordon, Ronnie Faye Timberville, Va. 

Gordan, Elizabeth Read 7 Fredonia Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Gordon. Ellen Louise Middleburg, Va. 

Gordon, Josephine Anne 7 Fredonia Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Gordon, Virginia Anne 5016 Caledonia Road, Richmond, Va. 

Gosney, Eleanor Dean Keeling, Va. 

Gouldman, Freda Charlesworth 1409 Winchester Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Graeff, Joan 1211 N. Nash Street, Arlington, Va. 

Grant, Jane Augusta 402 Princeton Road, Suffolk, Va. 

Grant, Virginia Lee 376 Gray Avenue, Winchester, Va. 

Gravely, Roberta Tredway 1211 Washington Avenue, South Boston, Va. 

Graves, Connie Ann 905 Woodberry Road, Richmond, Va. 

Gregory, Annie Elizabeth Crewe, Va. 

Gregory, Eleanor Ruth Altavista, Va. 

Griffin, Marjorie Marie Buckhorn, Va. 

Griffith, Patricia Carolyn Route 3, Gaithersburg, Va. 

Grim, Betty Ann 375 National Avenue, Winchester Va. 

Grimstead, Edith Kingdom Grimstead, \"a. 

Groseclose, Barbara Ann Route 3. Wytheville, Va. 

Gross, Grance Elizabeth Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Grove, Janet Nell Fishersville, Va. 

Grubb, Lucille Elizabeth Route 4. Chatham. Va. 

Gruhh, Mary Emma Route 4, Chatham, Va. 

Gurley, Margaret Elaine 945 N. Livingston Street, Arlington, Va. 

Haddad. Jeane'tte Zaheada 4112 Hamilton Street, HvattsviOe. Md. 

Hahn, Marv Lea Brandvwine, W. Va. 

Hair, Donna Jean Route 2, Richmond, Va. 

Hale, Kathrvn Strother Pearisburg, Va. 

Halev. Mildred Marie 118 Main Street, Danville, Va. 

Hall, Hazel Juanita P.O. Box 458, Chatham, Va. 

Hall, Leslie Katherine Limeton, Va. 

Hall, Maudelene Eliza Box 425, Galax, Va. 

Hall, Patricia Anne Box 143, Burnswick, Md. 

Hall, Virginia Mae Route 3, Lexington, Va. 

Ham. Patricia Faith Stone Ridge, Marbletown. N. Y. 

Hamilton, Mary Katherine Box 103, Burkeville, Va. 

Hamilton. Nancy Lynn Nassawadox, Va. 

Hammond, Joyce The Barn, Route 1, Dover, Del. 

Hampton, Wilma Frances Galax, Va. 

Hankins, Joann Route 1, Bowie, Texas 

Hannabass, Ann Marie Route 1, Vinton, Va. 

Hardy, Doris June 69 A View Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Harless, Shirley Marion 211 Gordon Street, Sanford, N. C. 

Harlin, Ann Vernon 211 Paul Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Harman, Anne Lee Bridgewater, Va. 

Harpine, Casper Allen, Jr Box 16, Route 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Harrington, L. M. Tnett Lindsay, Va. 

Harris, Helene Elizabeth Route 3. Fishersville. Va. 

Harris, Ruth Loraine 2060— 36th Street, N. W„ Washington, D. C. 

Harris, Venita Dott 1430 G. Street. S. F... Washington, D. C. 

Harrison, Elizabeth Ann 29 Lantrell Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Harrison, Mildred Carter Eclipse, Va. 

Harrison. Virginia Yancey 29 Cantrell Avenue. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Harshbarger, Helen Ruth 1606 City Point Road, Hopewell, Va. 

Harshbarger, Madeline Hinkel 380 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hart. Clara Belle ( Mrs. ) Fort Defiance, Va. 

Hartman, Nancv MclFa, Va. 



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Hartsook, Margaret lean 2215 Davis Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Hatch, Lawrence Worth 28 E. Linden Street, Alexandria, Va. 

Hatchik, Araxy McLean, Va. 

Haught, Mary Katherihe 16 Martin Road, Warwick Village, Newport News, Va. 

Haught, Ruth Maddox Elkwood, Va. 

Hausner, Irene Anne 25 Essex Street, Belleville, N. ]. 

Hawk, Bessie Vestal Saltville, Va. 

Hawkins, Audrey Louise Broadway, Va. 

Hawkins, Dorothy Gray Lawrencevillc, Va. 

Hawkins, Marion Christine Lawrenceville, Va. 

Hawkins, Roy Benton Broadway, Va. 

Hawthorne, Marjorie Frances Route 2, Bristol, Va. 

Haydon, Marion Joyce Main Street, Kilmarnock, Va. 

Heavner, Betty Lou Deer Run, West Va. 

Heiber, Norma Eda 16 Swift Road, Framingham, Mass. 

Heingig, Beverly Ann Ware Neck, Va. 

Henderson, Mabel Louise Plasterco, Va. 

Hendricks, Esther Lois Alton, Va. 

Henry, Beth 120 N. Fairfax Street, Falls Church, Va. 

Henshaw, Betty Lou Charles Town, W. Va. 

Heppy, Man,' Ann 515 High Street, Elmira, N. Y. 

Herbert, Dorothy Ann Waverly, Va. 

Herrin, Marilyn Coloney 3716 S. Kemper Road. Arlington, Va. 

Higgins, Jean Ann 600 Prospect Walk, Clifton Forge. Va. 

Hileman, Anna Louise 518 Taylor Street, Lexington, Va. 

Hinson, Dorothy Green Paris. Va. 

Hinton, Ida Audrey R. F. D., Kearneysville, W. Va. 

Hippensteele, Betty Ann 7522 Kenleigh Avenue, Baltimore 6, Md. 

Hite, Libby Anne Timberville, Va. 

Hobbs, Raleigh James, Jr Parksley, Va. 

Holibs, Shirley Virginia 127 Severn Road, Norfolk, Va. 

Hockman, Phyllis Alphin Fairfield, Va. 

Hodgson. Mary Fit/Randolph Columbia, Va. 

Hogan, Eleanor Marree 162 Old Street. Portsmouth, Va. 

Hoggard. Margaret Bradshaw 105 Oak Grove Road. Norfolk, Va. 

Hoke, Norma Lee Box 3. Annandale, Va. 

Holbrook, Joan Bartley, W. Va. 

Holbrook. Marian Bartley, W. Va. 

Holland. Margaret Ann 276 N. Lewis Street, Staunton, Va. 

Holland. Sue Rebecca Moneta. Va. 

Hollis, Peggy Morgan 523 W. Burke Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Holloman, Jane Ellen Newsoms, Va. 

Holloway, Hazel Barbara 703 Woolfolk Street, Macon, Georgia 

Hollowell, Sally Sue Route 1, Burkhorn, Va. 

Holsinger, Betty Lee Broadway, Va. 

Hooker, Bernicc May Nokesville, Va. 

Hoover, Betty Lee Timberville, Va. 

Hoover, Ernest Mahlon Movers, W. Va. 

Hoover, Rebecca Ann 210 Dixie Avenue. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hopkins. Kathleen Vivian Route 2, Box 121 A, Nokesville, Va. 

Horn, Mary Virginia Mt. Solon. Va. 

Horn, Raymond W Clinton Avenue, Wvckoff, N. J. 

Hornsby, Peggy Jean Route 11, Radford, Va. 

Horsley, Ruby Anne Lovingston, Va. 

Hoskinson, Georgia Winifred 916 S. Washington Street, Falls Church, Va. 

Hostetter, Elizabeth Louise Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hostetter, Gladys Louise Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hotinger, Mildred Alice Route 2, Lexington, Va. 

Hotinger, Nellie Frances Route 2. Lexington. Va. 

House, Frances Marie Route 2, Box 34, Nokesville, Va. 

Howard, Marianna Virginia 1617 Confederate Avenue, Richmond 22, Va. 

Hover, Sara Elizabeth 3320 Loxley Road, Richmond, Va. 

Hubbard, Maggie Star Route, Chatham, Va. 

Hudgins, Florence Evelyn Tabb, Va. 

Huff, Florence Geraldine 2710 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Huffman, Janet Louise 411 Shenandoah Avenue, Shenandoah, Va. 

Huffman, Rachel Marie 429 4th Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Huffman, Violet Jean Route 2, Box 257, Elkton, Va. 

Huggins, Betty Jane 934 Diamond Avenue, Rockymount, Va. 

Hughes, Frances Lee 301 N. Market Street, Staunton, Va. 

Humphries, Audrey Lee Route 2, Box 366, Norfolk, Va 



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Hundley, Frances Estelle Marshall Court, Fieldale, Ya. 

Hundley, Virginia Dale Marshall Court, Fieldale, Va. 

Hunter, Alice Carolyn 3008 Lamb Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Hunter, Anne Howard LaCrosse, Va. 

Huntington, Mary Louise 192 Round Hill Road, Fairfield, Conn 

Hurdle, Mary Elizabeth Camden Avenue, Extd., Salisbury, Md. 

Hurst, Margaret Benjamin Ditchley, Va. 

Hutton, Trula (Catherine Route 2, Bristol, Va. 

Hylton, June Marie Route 1, Box 425, Koanokc, Va. 

Ingram, 1'atricia Maye 301 Ri\cs Road, Martinsville, Va. 

Jackson, Sylvia J ean fVmburg, Va. 

Jackson, Wanda 1325 W. 38th Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Jamerson, Cornelia Pamplin, Va. 

Jamerson, Mary Elizabeth R. F. D. 5, Bedford, Va. 

James, June Roberta 8 Charles Street, Hampton, Va. 

James, Nancy Lee 1310 Franklin Road, Roanoke 16, Va. 

Jameson, Barbara Lee 1608 B Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Jarrett, Louella June 313 Hickory Avenue, Newport News, Ya. 

Jarvis, Mary Barbara Timber Ridge, Va. 

Jarvis, Rita Dunton Machipongo, Va. 

Jennings, Nancy Carlisle 115-32 Street, Newport News, Va. 

Jennings, Sue Estelle Route 3, Luray, Va. 

Jessee, Jean Bundy Lebanon, Va. 

jessup, Margaret Fair South Hill, Va. 

Jett, Mattie Janette Floyd, Va. 

Jobson, Frances Lee 615 Roseneath Road, Richmond, Va. 

Johnson, Ada Burroughs Moneta, Va. 

Johnson, Betty Frances 906 Beach Road, Hampton, Va. 

Johnson, Betsy Lee 712 Riverside Drive, Lynchburg, Va. 

Johnson, Clinton Ann ."Route 1, Falmouth, Va. 

Johnson, Ernestine Rea Mechum River, Va. 

Johnson, Jane Elizabeth 4213 Kingcrest Parkway, Richmond, Va. 

Johnson, Jo Ann 623 South Main Street, Woodstock, Ya. 

Johnson, Margaret Earl Mechum River, Va. 

Johnson, Martha Gray 133 Sutherlin Avenue, Danville, Va. 

Jones, Alice Mercer 630 N. Kenmore Street, Arlington, Va. 

Jones, Lucy Elvin 1105 Grand Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Jones, Shirley Marie Route 2, Vienna, Ya. 

Joseph, Jean Elinor 162 N. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Joyner, Mary Alice Courtland, Va. 

Judy, Elfleda La Vera Box 26, Franklin, W. Va. 

Kabler, Betty Joyce 407 Westmoreland Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

Kackley, Willa Mae Berryville, Ya. 

Kagey, Phyllis Maxine Edinbtirg, Ya. 

Karnes, Geneva Frances Route 2, Buchanan, Va. 

Kasey, Mary Elizabeth 404 Forest Street, Martinsville, Va. 

Kaylor, Margaret Susan 261 Park Place, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Kay ser, Janet Walton Columbia, Va. 

Keffer, Betty Sue New Castle, Va. 

Kegley, Sarah Catherine Route 4, Staunton, Va. 

Keller, Mary Amelia Strasburg, Va. 

Kelley, Celia Ann Gretna. Va. 

Kellison, Greta Jo Route 2, Glen Allen, Va. 

Kelly, Joyce Anne 3913 Fauquier Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Kemp, Gladys Elnora Luray, Va. 

Kenny, Margaret Ann 811 Commercial Street, Clifton Forge Ya. 

Kernan, Rosemary 210 38th Street, Virginia Beach. Ya. 

Keyser, Frances LeVier 421 S. Lexington Street, Covington, Ya. 

Keyser, Lois Jeanette Luray, Va. 

Keyser, Norma Nell Luray, Va. 

Kibler, Janice Grey Quicksburg, Ya. 

Kibler, Janice Jane. . . t Luray, Ya. 

Kidwell." Mary Ann 1208 S. Oakcrest Road, Arlington. Va. 

Kihm, Mary Virgene 35 Ackerman Place, Nyack, N. Y. 

Kimble, Hide Phyllis Upper Tract, W. Va. 

King, Edna Lee 319 Ft'gate Road, Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

King, Louise Fletcher The Shade, Washington, D. C. 

King, Yeruita Faye Oriskany, Va. 



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Kirby, Joan Marie Sevilla Hotel, Richmond, Va. 

Kiser, Mary Frances 290 Green Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Kiser, Ralph Pleasant 290 Green Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Kiser, Raymona Rommey, W. Va. 

Kite, Peggy Dean Shenandoah, Va. 

Kite, Violet Marie 320 3rd Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Kivlan, Alice May 26 Peak Hill Road, Roslindale 31, Mass. 

Knauss, Dariel Delis 2 Marion Avenue, McLean, Va. 

Knupp, Gerald Pasco Timberville, Va. 

Kodrich, Shirley Marie 000 Colonial Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Koogler, Melvin Morrison Spottswood, Va. 

Koontz, Helen Lee Rockingham, Va. 

LaFollette, Delores Willetta Yellow Springs, W. Va. 

Lahman, Doris Arlene Route 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lamb, Bymun Albion, Jr 348 W. Lee Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Lambert, Jean Alice 101 S. Church Street, Woodstock, Va. 

Lambeth, Jane Burton kidgeway, Va. 

Lancaster, Douglas N. Court Street, Luray Va. 

Landes, Zona Warwick Mountain Grove, Va. 

Landes, Betty Ruth Franklin, W. Va. 

Landis, Mary Sue 531 E. Wolfe Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Landman, Leach Geraldine 220 W. Main Street, Richmond, Va. 

Lanier, Henrietta Rebecca 1120 South Boulevard, Petersburg, Va. 

Lantz, Nellie Bly Route 3, Box 17, Edinburg, Va. 

Layman, Dorothy Bell Route 3, Box 354, Roanoke, Va. 

Layman, Lois Marie Route 4, Rockymount, Va. 

Layne, Harriet Lee Bremo Bluff, Va. 

Layton, Eulah Lee 107 Muir Street, Cambridge, Md. 

Leak, Elizabetth Bembow 85 S. Main Street, Apt. 6, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Leake, Robert Ellis 201 S. Liberty Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lease Peggy, Ann 822 Woodland Way, Hagerstown, Md, 

Leatherbury, Jacquelyn Shady Side, Md. 

Lee, Laura Mae DeWitt, Va. 

Lee, Marilyn Virginia 101 Maple Avenue, Highland Springs, Va. 

Leftwich, Dorothy Jeanne Route 1, Box 98, Lynchburg, Va. 

Leggett, Dorothy Louise 500 Warren Street, Williamston, N. C. 

Lehman, Dorothy E Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lehman, Elsie Elizabeth Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lehman, Marjorie Ann 2242 Berwyn Street, Union, N. J. 

Leonard, Jean Rosamond Route 3, Manassas, Va. 

Lester, Alary Spruce 402, Appalachia, Va. 

Level, Robert Leon S. Bank Ex., Luray, Va. 

Levine, Doralee R 299 Beverly Road, Chesnut Hill, Mass. 

Levister, Peggy Ann 1610 N. Roosevelt Street, Falls Church, Va. 

Lewis, Anna Katherine Weatherby Avenue, Clarksboro, N. J. 

Lewis, Beverly Hope 166 Carroll Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Lewis, Dorothy Quinn 267 Gray Street, Danville, Va. 

Lewis, Hilda Ellen 922 22nd Street, Newport News, Va. 

Lewis, Kennison Marvin Esty, W. Va. 

Lewter, Wanda Lee 1115 Loyola Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Lichliter, Beverly Ann Muhlenburg Street, Woodstock, Va. 

Lilley, Frances Louise Earlysville, Va. 

Limbrick, Nancy Colton Route 1, Box 49-A, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Lindamood, Phyllis Irene Route 2, Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Lineburg, Imogene Wesley New Market, Va. 

Lineweaver, Lois Katherine Mt Crawford, Va. 

Lipps, Sue Kirk Aldie, Va. 

Litton, Daisy Annette Castlewood, Va. 

Lock, Beveridge, LaMar Route 1, Vevay, Ind. 

Lockhart, Geraldine 338 Fudge Street, Covington, Va. 

Logan, Harold LeRoy 119 F. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Logan, James Tharpe Luray, Va. 

Lohr, Janice Rebecca New Market, Va. 

Long, Doris Jean Route 1, Box 34, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Long, Harry Emmitt New Market, Va. 

Long, Homer Allen New Market, Va. 

Long, Nancy Jane Middletown, Va. 

Looney, Audrey Ann Box 155, Grundy, Va. 

Lotts, Sara Belle Raphine, Va. 

Love, Frances Adeline Sydnorsville, Va. 



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Luck, Carey Lee. Route 1, Richmond, Va. 

Lucy, Alice Christine Lawrenceville, Va. 

Lucy, Dorothy Jane Lawrenceville, Va. 

Lucy, Ruth Bennett 309 N. High Street, Blackstone, Va. 

Luke, Edith Earle Ill Fugate Road, Roanoke 12, Va. 

Lumsden, Joyce Redwood, Va. 

Lyon, Frances Estelle 2813 Lee Blvd., Apt. 102, Arlington, Va. 

Lyon, June 013 Rockbridge Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Lyons, Frances Ann Z7ii Richelieu Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

McAlpin, Gwendolyn Glasgow, Va. 

McCarthy, Gloria Cegelski 84-22 u l Avenue, V oodhaven, N. Y. 

McCary, Ramona Fawley Broadway, Va. 

McCormick, Mary Sue Fishersville, Va. 

McCraw, Blanche 1630 You Street, S. E„ Washington 20, D. C. 

McGrew, Esther Gertrude 034 23rd Street S., Arlington, Va. 

McKenney, Phyllis Moore 44 Shenandoah Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

McMullan, Marjorie Leigli Standardsville, Va. 

McMurran, Jane Marshall 2802 Hammett Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

McNamara, Ruth Ramey Berryville, Va. 

McWane, Ruth Henson 8 Parkmont Apartments, Lynchburg, Va. 

Madsen, Peggy Anne Norge, Va. 

Mahone, Jean Cross 1000 Blair Road, Petersburg, Va. 

Mahone, Margaret Elizabeth Massies Mill, Va. 

Maifeld, Bernadine Elaine Waverly, Va. 

Main, Martha Ann 1928 Westover Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Mandelin, Susanna May 50 Elm Street, Rutland, Vermont 

Mann, Patricia Louise : 3514 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Mann, Ruby Allene 024 Roxbury, Clifton Forge, Va. 

Manuel, Jean Maxine Route 1-A, Winchester, Va. 

Mapp, Sallie Hell Nassawadox, Va. 

March, Jessie Franklin Route 2, Suffolk, Va. 

Markham, Beulah Mae Route 1, Buena Vista, Va. 

Marsden, William Roland 400 May Street, Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Marshall, Jean Louise 10 Mountainview Road, Verona, N. J. 

Marshall, Lucy Fitzhugh Gordonsville, Va. 

Martin, Ashby Maxine Box 54, Lexington, Va. 

Martin, Geraldine Callands, Va. 

Matthews, Elizabeth Page 907 Broad Street, Altavista, Va. 

Matthews, Norma Joanne 915 Bedford Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Matthews, Angeline 68 Cherokee Road, Hampton, Va. 

Matthews, Caroline Elizabeth Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Va. 

Matthews, Margaret Wilson Meredithville, Va. 

Mattox, I harlyne Haden Gretna, Va. 

Mattox, Elizabeth Anne Box 266, Gretna, Va. 

Maltox, Robert Edward Box 266, Gretna, Va. 

Mays, Mary Ella Route 1, Warrenton, Va. 

Mears, Margaret Virginia Ben Franklin Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mears, Mary Upshur Painter, Va. 

Meekins, Dorothy Jeanne 288 Warwick Road, Hilton Village, Va. 

Meeks, Elizabeth Clarke Amherst, Va. 

Melhorne, Robert Franklin, Jr 416 W. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Melton, Eunice Ann Star Route, Ashland, Va. 

Melton, Mary Carolyn Star Route, Ashland, Va. 

Melton. Mary Elizabeth Palmyra, Va. 

Meredith, Alice Sherman 503 School Street, Cambridge, Md. 

Messick, Annalee E.313 Mitchell Street, Salisbury, Md. 

Messick, Julia Helene Midland, Va. 

Miller, Anna Lee Rockbridge Baths, Va. 

Miller, Dolores Virginia (Nurse) Luray, Va. 

Miller, Dwight Earl 1340 S. Main Stree, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Miller, Edwood Cameron 1348 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Miller, Eleanor Gene Route 2, Bridgewater, Va. 

Miller, Eleanor Jean Amhearst, Va. 

Miller, Elizabeth Cameron Paw Paw, W. Va. 

Miller, Eloise Gordon Paw Paw, W. Va. 

Miller, Marion, C. M Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Miller, Vera Emily (Nurse) Mt. Jackson, Va. 

Miller, Virginia Lee Timberville, Va. 

Miller, Waldo Glenn 1340 S. Alain Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Miller, Wanda June Edinburg, Va. 

Mills, Joanne 120 Randolph Avenue, Cape Charles, Va. 



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Minis, Dorothy Jean 163 Melrose Avenue, Hampton, Va. 

Minor, Frances Ann Owenton, Ya. 

Misner, Mary Lee ( Nurse) Route 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Mitchell, Arleta Mae Franklin, W. Va. 

Mitchell, Helen Esther 1103 Toledo Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Mitchell, Norene Dare (Nurse) Sugar Grove, W. Va. 

Mitchell, Rose Marie 1103 Toledo Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. 

Mize, Betty Anne 303 Westham Parkway, Richmond, Va. 

Moffett, Virginia Page Route 2, Staunton, Va. 

Muffin, Irene Ann 106 S. Street, Smyrna, Del. 

Mohler, Jane Jones Route 1, Mt. Solon, Va. 

Monalian, Mary Roberta Blackstone, Va. 

Monger, Margaret Susan 264 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Montgomery, Nancy Leomia Buchanan, Va. 

Moore, Carrie White Jeffs, Va. 

Moore, Jane McCorkle Route 1, Lexington, Va. 

Moore, Margaret Alice Route 1, Buena Vista, Va. 

Moore, Margaret Ann Flint Hill, Va. 

Moore, Martha Hughes 26 Elkhorn Street, Welch, W. Va. 

Moorefield, Katherine Ann 525 N. Monroe Street, Arlington, Va. 

Morris, Elsie Mae Proffit, Va. 

Morris, Lucy Frances Route 2, Box 122, Charlottesville, Va. 

Morris, Shirley Ann Alberene, Va. 

Morrison, Jean Hotinger Route 3, Lexington, Va. 

Morrison, Lura June 4121 Crestwood Road, Richmond, Va. 

Morrison, Mary Jean 4121 Crestwood Road, Richmond, Va. 

Morrison, Nancy Walker 932 Wasena Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Muses, Barbara Burks 2720 Guilford Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Mottern, Jane Juanelle 745 Country Club Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Moyer, Betty Catherine Middleburg, Va. 

Mover, Jane Larue Middleburg, Va. 

Moyer, Mary Lee Middleburg, Va. 

Munson, Irene Florence 3600 N. Harrison Street, Arlington, Va. 

Munson, Winifred Lillian Route 2, Franklin Park, Falls Church, Va. 

Murdock, Mary Sue Box 424, Massanutten Heights, Woodstock, Va. 

Muse, Mary Preston Fairfield, Va. 

Myers, Anne Rosalie 1400 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 

Myers, Betty Lue 2236 Windsor Avenue, Roanoke, Ya. 

Myers, Joseph Graham 1356 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Nash, Nancy Annette Amonate, Va. 

Nash, William Nelson 31 Cantrell Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Neal, Guyneth Vesta Braddock Heights, Md. 

Neathery, Geraldine Brooks 116 Washington Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Neff, Bonnie Louise Box 147 Broadway, Va. 

Nelson, Angela Ruth 231 Grattan Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Nelson, Nancy Belle 815— 8th Street, Altavista, Va. 

Nethers, Mary Ellen Route 2, Winchester, Va. 

Newton, Patricia Ann Lucketts, Va. 

Nichols, Baylor Erdman Keller, Va. 

Nichols, Dorothy Lou 716 College Street, Bedford, Va. 

Noel, Elise Virginia Hylas, Va. 

Norwood, Ellen Earline Brunswick Avenue, Emporia, Va. 

Nutting, Judith Anne 150 Devonshire Court, Rochester 11, N. Y. 

Oakham, June Elizabeth 1904 Deep Creek Blvd., Portsmouth, Va. 

Obenschain, William Bittle 920 Selma Blvd., Staunton, Va. 

O'Brien, Eunice Nora Route 1, Winchester, Va. 

O'Flaherty, Patricia Ann Route 4, Box 197, Alexandria, Va. 

Ogilvie, Virginia Lois Village Road, Nassau, Bahamas 

Oldaker, Kathleen 2717 O Street, N. W. Washington 7, D. C. 

Oothoudt, Charlotte Mane Manassas, Va. 

Orebaugh, Paul L. (Mr.) Timberville, Va. 

Overton. Patricia Ann 73 Hopkins Street, Hilton Village, Va. 

Owen, Beulah Hunter Skipwith, Va. 

Owens, Emma Lelia 2851 Tait Terrace, Norfolk, Va. 

Owens, Frances Beverly 1038 Jamestown Crescent, Norfolk, Y"a. 

Owens, Nellie Evelyn (Nurse) Stanley, Ya. 

Pace, Rose Marie Walmitdale. Kidgeway, Va. 

Packett, Betty Lorraine Warsaw, Va. 

Paling, Margaret Louise ' Box E. Halifax, Va. 



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Palmer, Barbara Marguerite 2515 Chesapeake Street. Norfolk, Va. 

Palmer, Joanne 75 Aylwin Road, Portsmouth, \ a. 

Pamplin, Barbara Marie 1815 Powhatan Avenue, Walnut Hill, Petersburg, Va. 

Parker, Aliee Anne 107 Virginia Avenue, Shenandoah, \ a 

Parker. Jean Marie 1424 Elm Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Parker, Jeane Barbara 2104 S. Randolph Street. Arlington, Va. 

Parrotta] Marie Eleanor 314 Park Hill Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Pascaretti, Nicholas Thomas 8422 — 52 Avenue, Elmhurst, N. Y. 

Pasher, Jacqueline Elizabeth \partment 10, 1340 W. Clifton, Blvd, Lakewood, Ohio 

Patterson, Ellen Elizabeth Bridgewater, Va. 

Payne, Catherine Virginia 914 N. Stafford Street. Arlington, Va. 

Payne, Elizabeth Lee 52 Broad Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Paynter, Frances Joy Building T-504. Wilson Memorial High School, Fishersville, Va. 

Peak, Mary Elizabeth Long Island, Va. 

Peatross, Jacqueline Box 95, Penola, Va. 

Peed, Nancye Louise Owens, Ya. 

Penn, Nancv Ruth 232i Laburnum Avenue, Roanoke 15, Va. 

Perez, Wilda C 1 1th Road, N.. No. 5213. Arlington, Va. 

Perkins, Nancy Katherine Kents Store, Va, 

Perkinson. Florence Joyner. .. Building 704, Parkfairfax, 331° Valley Drive, Alexandria, Ya. 

Peters, Elizabeth Courtney Appomattox, Ya. 

Peters, Virginia Caroline Catlett. Ya. 

Peterson, Jeanne Grey 6038 Westwood Terrace, Norfolk 8, Ya. 

Peterson. Lucy Ellen 510 West 37th Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Petrey, Nancy Claire 1035 B Street. Portsmouth, Va. 

Pettitt. Mary Jacqueline 138 Claremont Avenue. Hampton, Va. 

Pettus, Katherine Leigh : 308 North Street. Portsmouth. Va. 

Phalen. Jeanne Ann 536 Virginia Avenue, Harrisonburg. Va. 

Phalen, Thomas Henry 238 W. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Phelps, Jacqueline Anne 192 Hilton Terrace, Hilton Yillage, Va. 

Phelps. Marorie Lou 11 West Princeton Circle. Lvncbburg, Va 

Phillips. Ruth Elizabeth ...Route 1, Covington, Va. 

Pickrel, Shirley Mae 901— 8th Street. Altavista, Va. 

Pierce, Elizabeth Antoinette Route 3. Box 253. Suffolk, Va. 

Pierce, Emily Baird 1844 Cambridge Avenue. Roanoke. Ya. 

Pierce, Jayne 1102 Owen Street, South Boston, Va 

Pinchbeck, Audrev Glynn 301 Mann Street. Blackstone. Va. 

Pinching. Ellen Marie 5405 Carolina Place. N. W., Washington 16. D C. 

Pincus. Jane Marilyn 810 Redgate Avenue. Norfolk. Va. 

Pitsenbarger, Tanet Marie (Nurse) Deer Run, W. Va. 

Pitts, Elsie Amanda Elk Hill, Va. 

Pleasants, Peggy Ann Cartersville, Va. 

Poland. Edith Ray Boykins. Va. 

Pole, Marjorie Lucille 705 King Street, Strasburg, Va. 

Polsue. Mary Kathryn 3815 Virginia Avenue, Charleston 4. W. Va. 

Pond, Adelia Page 1322 N. Carolina Avenue. N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Poole, Catherine Jane 2428 Buckingham Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Pope, Bernice Cora Brandywine, W. Va. 

Poss, Elizabeth Ann 106 W. Mason Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Poteet, M ary Ruth Route 4, Joncsville, Va. 

Powell, Ann Redding 1423 Marshall Avenue, Newport News. Va. 

Powell, Mary Elizabeth Route 2, Box 58, Bridgewater. Va. 

Powell, Mary Frances Route 3, Box 418, Suffolk, Va. 

Powell, Nancy Carol Lester Street, Blackstone, Va. 

Prasse, Oscar Frederick 602 S. High Street. Harrisonburg. Ya. 

Pratt, Geraldine Elizabeth Rosedale, Ya. 

Preston, Elizabeth Brown 208 N. Main Street. Woodstock. Va. 

Prichard, Thomas Bragg 324 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Ya. 

Printz, Ramona Ann 29 Blue Ridge Avenue. Luray, Va. 

Proimos, Ellen Manuel 5009 Newport Avenue, Norfolk. Va 

Pugh. Jean Elizabeth 315 — 60 Street, Newport News, Va. 

Pullin, Louise Winnifrcd McDowell, Ya. 

Pureell, Mary Margaret 120 E. Elizabeth Street. Harrisonburg. Va. 

Quesenherry, Dolcres Barren Springs, Va 

Quesenberry. Ruby Colleen Superior. W. Va. 

Quinn. Shirley. Ann Box 247, Hot Springs, Ya 

Rader Alice Ellen Nace, Va. 

Ragsdale. Gertude Ann DeWitt, Va. 

Rainey, Jean Frances 19 Biloxi Place, Newport News. Va 

Rainey, Nancy Jane 1029 Park Avenue, Collingswood, N. J. 

Ramsey, Judith Price Spottswood, Va. 



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Ramsey, Martha Cook 313 Langhorn Lane, Lynchburg, Va. 

Rawlings, Doris Ann Main Street, Waverly, Va. 

Ray, Beulah Lee Singers Glen, Va. 

Ray, Frances Elaine 29 Jefferson Avenue, College Ct. Phoebus, Va. 

Ray, Mary Page 728 Lee Street, Danville, Va. 

Redd, Margaret Ann Box A, Falls Church, Va. 

Redford, Frances Jane 2712 Hillcrest Road, Richmond, Va. 

Reed, Dorothy Gaynell 489 McMullan Blvd., Bowling Green, Cumberland, Md. 

Reeder, Margaret Bayard Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Reeves, Anna Clarice Yorktown, Va. 

Reid, Margaret Virginia 123 Cumberland Street, Cumberland. Md. 

Reid, Melha Anderson 334 Maryland Ave., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Reisinger, Lois Ann Gordonsville, Va. 

Remick, Edith Elsom Smithfield, Va. 

Retterer, Betty Carter Box 711, Belle, W. Va. 

Revercomb, Elizabeth Massie 409 41st Stret, Charleston. W. Va. 

Reynolds, Betty Mae Route 4, Chatham, Va. 

Reynolds, Frances Maybelle Golddale, Va. 

Reynolds. Irene Huntingdon 326 W. Cedar Avenue. Vinton, Va. 

Reynolds, Phyllis Marguerite 225 BeUevue Street. Danville. Va. 

Rhodes, Carolyn Martin 209 Tazewell Street, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Rhodes Doris Jean 212 Cantrell Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Rhodes, James Ebert Route 2, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Rhodees, Mary Stuart Broadway, Va. 

Rhodes, Minor Grover. Tr Route 2, Harrisonburg. Va. 

Rice, June Elizabeth . . . . 3224 S. 12th Street, Arlington. Va. 

Richards, Kathryn Witwer 869 Gephart Drive, Cumberland, Md. 

Richardson, Alfonzo Crockett Birchleaf. Va. 

Richardson, George, Lee Shenandoah Hills. Front Roval, Va. 

Richmond. Billy Beaty 1 10— 10th Street. Norton, Va. 

Riegert, Robert Edward 213 Walnut Avenue, Beuna Vista, Va. 

Rinehart, Laura Elizabeth - 1005 New Hampshire Avenue, Lvnchburg, Va. 

Ring. Carl Fwald 2109 N. Kcnmore Street, Arlington. Va. 

Ritchie, Mildred Ann Route 1, Dinwiddie, Va. 

Ritrnour. Vivien Mary Clark 233 King Street, Strasbiirs., Va. 

Rittcr, Patricia Virginia 701 S. Royal Street, Alexandria, Va. 

Robbins, Frances Rebecca Route 2. Hurt, Va. 

Roberts, Alma Gertude 2507 N. 11th Street, Arlington, Va. 

Robertson, Anne Brooks Rurkeville, Va. 

Robertson, Mildred Marie Monroe, Va. 

Robertson, Mozellc Dudley Axton, Va. 

Rodes, Alenc Odum Route 5, Lexington, Va. 

Rogers, Lucille Patricia 18 Runway, Baltimore 20, Md. 

Rogers, Nancy Jane 39 Euclid Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. 

Rogers, Rebecca Big I sland Va. 

Roller, Edgar Walton Broadway, Va 

Roller, Rachel Virginia New Market, Va. 

Roller, Virginia Anne Clover, Va. 

Rosazza. Edley Marie 616 Vine Street. Bedford, Va. 

Rosenbaum, Reba Stickley Jonesville, Va. 

Ross, Martha Adelaide .Broad Run, Va. 

Ross, Pollyanna Main Street, Stuart, Va. 

Rowe, Dorothy Marie Route 2, Williamsport, Md. 

Rowe, Helen Augusta Kinsale, Va. 

Rowland, M ary Eliabeth Church Road, Va. 

Royston, David New Market, Va. 

Ruckman, Virgil K Route 1, Box 17, Hightown, Va. 

Rudasill, Mary Alpha Woodville, Va. 

Runion, Gene Edward 548 Virginia Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Russell, Bessie Joyce Marshall. Va. 

Ryman, Eleanor Elizabeth Mt Jackson, Va. 

Ryman, Hazel Virginia (Nurse) Stanley, Va. 

Sampson, Elizabeth Ann Miskimon, Va. 

Sampson, Mary Eustace "The Orchards", Gordonsville, Va. 

Sanderson, Carolyn Mikesell Route 3, Box 333. Vienna. Va. 

Satterwhite, Nancy Ann 1615 Nottoway Avenue, Richmond 22, Va. 

Sauveur, Anita Belle 585 Lee Highwav, Falls Church, Va. 

Savage, Eugenia 1.3 W. Masonic View, Alexandria, Va. 

Savage, Kathleen 13 W. Masonic View, Alexandria, Va. 

Savage, Margaret Duke 115 Duke Drive, Green Acers, Portsmouth, Va. 



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Schink. Nine Anne 133 Third Street, Nilcs, Ohio 

Schneider, Jane Marie Box 456, Winchester, Va. 

Scott, Elizabeth Gray Route 4, Box 525, Richmond, Ya. 

Scott, Evalyn Genevieve 2627 Florida Avenue. Roanoke, Ya. 

Scott, Robert Hieskel 2560 Lee Street, Hopewell, Ya. 

Seay, Sarah Barksdale 1831 Varina Avenue, Pe'ersburg, Va. 

Seibel, Sylvia Lenore Route 1, Box 124, Roanoke, Va. 

Seidman, Irene Rose 24 Woodland Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Sellers, I loris iYetta (Nurse) Elkton, Va. 

Sellers, Walter Jacob Route 1, Broadway, Va. 

Settle, Rebecca Ann Rawlings, Ya. 

Sewell, Mary Bob 2526 Williamson Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Shallcross, Jean Ermine 110 Bank Street. Suffolk, Ya. 

Shallcross, Johanna Lee 110 Bank Street. Suffolk. Ya. 

Shandelson, Mary Lou Jamison Road, Luray, \ a. 

Shank, Edward Peter 412 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg .Ya. 

Shantz, Edna Pearl Route 2. Freeland, Mich. 

Shaver, Polly Jean Route 1, Mt. Crawford, Va. 

Shaw. Barbara lane Bassett, Ya. 

Shaw, Patricia Mary 2008 Pond Lane, Norfolk, Va. 

Sheetz, Patricia Ann 219 Center Avenue, Greensburg, Penn. 

Shelley, Jean Louise 3900 Gwyn Oak Avenue, Baltimore 12, Md. 

Shepherd, Anna Preston Palmyra, Va. 

Sherman, Alice Gray Belleview Avenue, Orange, Va. 

Sherman, Doris Marie 2314 Chesnut Avenue, Newport News Va. 

Shifflett, Lois tllen Route 2. Box 221, Elkton, Ya. 

Shiffllette, Frances Myrtle 314 3rd Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Shiflet, Elsie Mae (Nurse) Hinton, Va. 

Shirlet, Frances Leth 811 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shirley, Mary Frances Ewing, Va. 

Shirkey, Retha Athey 237 Miller Street, Winchester, Va. 

Shirley, Julia Anne .- Calverton, Va. 

Shomo, Peggy Jean Middlebrook Road, Staunton. Ya. 

Shone, Rose Lee Taylor 3915 Kansas Avenue, N. E., Washington 11, D. C. 

Shorter, Shirley Mae 301 Henry Street, Cambridge, Md. 

Showalter. Walter Raymond, Jr 220 Dixie Avenue, Harrisonburg. Ya. 

Shrieves, Esther Ward Exmore, Ya. 

Shuler, Mary Frances Box 45, Route 1. Elkton, Va. 

Shull, Goldie Louise 457 Green Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shumake, Nellie Lou Route 1, Grottoes, Va. 

Shure, Sylvia Gertude 1214 Wbodrow Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Sihert, Anne Preston 520 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Ya. 

Simmons, Alda Lorraine Franklin, W. Va. 

Simmons, Evelyn Wise 803 Alleghany Avenue, Staunton, Ya. 

Simmons, Nancv Elizabeth P. O. Box 118, Christianslmrg, Va. 

Simmons. Shirley Vaughn Branchville, Va. 

Simpkins. Louise Payne Route 1. Box 22A, Christianshurg, Va. 

Simpkins, Phyllis Anne P. O. Box 714, Max Meadows, Va 

Simpson, Frances Annette Box 143. Chatham, Ya. 

Simpson, Ruth Lee Purce'lville, Va. 

Sims, Shirley Alethea 241 Maple Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Sira. Geneva Fulton 1002 Russell Street. Bristol. Va. 

Sisson, Emma Jean 104 College Street, Christansburg, Va. 

Sites, Mabel Cunningham 203 Newman Avenue, Harrisonhurg, Va. 

Slaughter, Helen Jean 604 Prospect Avenue, Pulaski, Va. 

Slusher, Margarette Ruth 603 Progress Street, Blackshurg, Ya. 

Smiley, Ann Ray Route 1, Box 475, Hampton, Va. 

Smiley, Mary Elizabeth Glasgow, Va. 

Smith, Bessie Madaline (Nurse) Sugar Grove, W. Va. 

Smith, Betty Jean 562 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Smith, Dorothy Ann 3117 Second Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Frances Carolyn Maidens, Ya. 

Smith. Genevieve Norma Franklin. W. Va. 

Smith, Gladys Ethelene Crewe, Ya. 

Smith, Hazel Gertrude 324 McKinney Street. South Boston, Ya. 

Smith, Helen Louise 127 Cumberland Street. Cumberland, Md. 

Smith, Judith Glazebrook 203 Clay Street. Suffolk. Va. 

Smith, lulia Lewis 2 Maple Avenue, Lexington, Va. 

Smith, Madeline Fletcher Baity, Va. 

Smith, Martha Tane 306 10th Street Extension, Williamson Road. Roanoke, Va. 

Snapp, Gwyndolyn Ruth Box 641, Martinsville, Ya. 



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Snedegar, Jean Ann 1815 YVestover Avenue, Roanoke 15, Va. 

Sneed, Frances Lee 509 N. King Street, Hampton, Va. 

Sneelings, Andrew Beryl, Jr 806 Daniel Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Snowden, Jennie Meath Sharps, Va. 

Somers, Eleanor Mae (Nurse) Luray, Va. 

Soukup, Dorothy Jean Glen Allen, Va. 

Soukup, Margaret Elaine Glen Allen, Va. 

Sours, Patsy Jane Box 14, Chatham, Va. 

Southern, Mabel Grymes 238 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Spangler, Billie Jean 2017 Vaughan Street, South Boston, Va. 

Spangler, Richard Edwin Route 4, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Spaulding, Barbara Ivanhoe, Va. 

Speer, Martha Memory • 263 Hawthorne Drive, Danville, Va. 

Speight, Anne Marshall 3231 Kensington Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Spence, Shirley Lee 1906 Montclair Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Spiro, Audrey" R 360 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 

Spivey, Helen 2414 S. Ives Street, Arlington, Va. 

Spi\ ey, Lillian Estelle Box 445, Smithfield, Va. 

Spradlin, Ethel Ordell Goodview, Va. 

Springmann, I.ila Taylor 309 Russell Road, Richmond 24, Va. 

Sprouse, Joan Gordonsville, Va. 

Squyres, Helen Laverne 5209 8th Road, N. Arlington, Va. 

Stanley, Shirley Holmes s Appomattox, Va. 

Staples, Jane Bishop 550 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Starke, Virginia Page Route 1, Richmond, Va. 

Starling, Anne Marie Leaksville, N. C. 

Starr, Elaine Estep 2 Wynnewood Court, Narberth, Pa. 

Steele, Bettie Marie 3010 Dunleer Road, Baltimore 22, Md. 

Steger, Betty Jane 628 High Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Stephens, Clara Pauline Edinburg, Va. 

Stephens, Mildred Virginia Lee Highway, Wytheville, Va. 

Sterne, Judith Taylor Pemherton, Va. 

Stevens, Charlotte Keturah Lovingston, Va. 

Stewart, Patricia Lee 1920 Kinwood Blvd., Roanoke, Va. 

Sticklev, Webster Bradley Bayard, Va. 

Stiff, Elizabeth Eubank Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Va. 

Stine, Elenor Lois. . . . ., 707 Bedford Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Stone, Bessie Hazel Spencer, Va. 

Stone, Margaret Ann 254 Clinton Avenue, Big Stone Gap. Va. 

Stout, Ann Louise 778 Oakdale Drive, Madison, Tenn. 

Strader, Barbara Ann Pearisburg, Va. 

Strader, Sarah Elizabeth Pearisburg, Va. 

Strawderman, Vera Joan 22 Monroe Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Strickland. Betty Anne. 302 Ferguson Avenue, Hilton Village, Va. 

Strickler, Charlotte Ann Fordwick, Va. 

Sumption, Lois Gaynelle 426 S. High Street. Harrisonburg. Va. 

Sutton, Jeanne Elizabeth Box 56, Apex. N. C. 

Sutton, Joyce Langston Route 1, Danville. Va. 

Swafhn, Patricia Anne 1625 Pope Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Swart z, Jean Gibson Buchanan, Va. 

Sweckcr, Frances Celia Blue Grass, Ya. 

Swinson, Nadine Emilia Hostess House. Quantico, Va. 

Tavenner. Patricia Anne 216 W. Loudoun Street, Leesburg, Ya. 

Taylor, Anne Sterling Highland Springs, Henrico, Va. 

Taylor, Betty Wrenn Hidgins. Va. 

Taylor, Jeanne Marie 2109 Fort Davis Street, S. F.„ Washington, D. C. 

Taylor, Shirley Louise Highland Springs, Henrico, Va. 

Taylor, Susan Elizabeth 3432 S. Stafford, Fairlington, Arlington, Va. 

Temple, Virginia Gill Brodnax, Ya. 

Teufel, Fonda Lee Route 2, Staunton, Ya. 

Thaeker, Margaret Alease Church Road. Va. 

Thomas, Ann Stratton Route 3. Lynchburg, Va. 

Thomas.Martha Ree 186 Howeland Circ'e, Danville, Va. 

Thomas, Marv Elizabeth 1308 N. Vernon Street, Arlington, Va. 

Thompson, Margaret Evangeline (Nurse) Route 1. Broadway, Va. 

Thompson, Nancy Lee 201 Norfo'k Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Thompson, Richard Grant 812 Lafayette Blvd.. Fredericksburg, Va. 

Thompson, Thelma Ruth Route 1. Box 106. Broadway, Va. 

Thnrnnson, Verna Joyce Route 1, B<>\ 74. Vienna. Vu. 

Thornburg, Ida Lee 829 E. Moler Avenue, Martinsburg, W. Va. 



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Thornhill, Elsie (.arson Appomattox, Va. 

Thrasher, Jean Lakue Route 3, Box 133, Norfolk, Va. 

Tice, Elva Louise Route 1, Dayton, \'a. 

Tighe, Alma Patricia 210 Hurley Avenue, Hilton Village, Va. 

Tiller, Eleanor Glynn Ridgewood Road, Bassett, Va. 

Fisdale, Minnie Cleva Virginia Avenue, Chase City, Va. 

Todd, Jane 102 Glenburn Avenue, Camhridge, Md. 

Tonner, Jeannette Marian 17 Warren Street, Needham, Mass. 

Tramel, Eva Mae Route 1, Danville, Va. 

Tramel, Myrthle Lee Route 1, Danville, Va. 

Travers, Catherine Childs Stephenson, Va. 

Trumbo, Eva Ann 240 N. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Trumbo, Jacqueline Nancy Route 3, Vienna, Va. 

Tsitsera, Voula 3115 West Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Tupper, Dorothy Wrigley 245 W. Franklin Street, Morrisville, Pa. 

Turner, Audrey Loma 64 Rosemont Avenue, East Paterson, N. J. 

Turner, Barbara LaVerne 125 Pennrose Park, Reidsville, N. C. 

Turner, David Harold 557 E. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Turner, Eunis Kate Route 1, Huddleston, Va. 

Turner, Lois Campbell ( Mrs. ) 5 S. Deford Avenue, Luray, Va. 

Turner, Pollyanna 707 S. Main Street, Blacksburg, Va. 

Upchurch, Shirley Ann 925 N. Church Street, Rockford, 111. 

Upshaw, Thelma Elaine Bagby, Va. 

Utz, Virginia 312 E. Pittsburg Street, Greensburg, Pa. 

Vatighan, Corinna Josephine Box 62, Burkeville. Va. 

Vaughan, Elizabeth Louise 1838 Wyoming Avenue. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Vaughan, Ruth Joyce 113 N. 4th Street, Hopewell. Va. 

Viar, Frances Irene 402 Chestnut Street, Buena Vista, Va. 

Virts, Gloria Ann Park Street, Vienna, Va. 

Wainwright Dororthy Duvall 208 Dinwiddie Avenue, Hlackstone, Va. 

Wakeman. Ruby Mnxine (Nurse) Edinburg, Va. 

Walder, Jeannetta Ravenscraft Maindens, Va. 

Walker, Laura Katherine (Nurse) Route 4, Bedford, Va. 

Wa'ker, Madalyn Johnson Box 71, Bedford, Va. 

Walker, Margaret Louise Route 4, Bedford, Va. 

Walker, Pauline Parker Box 275, Victoria, Va. 

Wallace, Marjori^ Ann 4418 — 4th Street, S . Arlington, Va. 

Walpole, Mary O'lie Vee 2018 Airline Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Walter, Anna Catherine 13 W. Mt. Ida Avenue, Alexandria, Va. 

Walton, Jean Ann 3027 Dill Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Walton, Martha Ann Beaver Dam, Va. 

Ward, Hazel Elaine Nassawadox, Va. 

Ward, Katherine Virginia 128 Briarfield Road, Hamp'on, Va. 

Ward, Virginia Lee Sutherlin, Va. 

Wareham. Mary Ellen 19 McKee Avenue, Hagerstown, Md. 

Warren, Nancv lane 1487 Bluestone Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

\\ aters, Fllen Fielder Dumfries ,Va. 

Waters, Fern Elizabeth Route 14. Box 49A, Richmond, Va. 

Warkins, Ruby Joyce 3900 W. Broad Streei. Richmond. Va. 

Watkins, Shirley Ann 144 Dwight Street. Waterbury, 101, Conn. 

\\ atlington. Mary Elizabeth 512 Washington Srpiare, Hagerstown, Md. 

Watson, Virginia Dale 4950 Perrysvillc Road, Pittsburgh 29, Pa. 

Way, Roland Eugene Route 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Weaver, Lelia Oaudine Brigbtwood, Va. 

Weaver, Phyllis Elizabeth 182 Pannebaker Avenue, Lewistown, Pa. 

Webb, Dolores Elaine 5863 N. 15th Road, Arlington. Va. 

Webb, Jane Estelle 4602 Newport Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Webber, Joanne Katherine 230 Hi'lcrest Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

Webster, Olin Berry 134 W. Gay Street, Harrisonburg. Va. 

Webster. Wanda Hone 21 Shenandoah Avenue. Harrisonburg. Va. 

Weeks. Frances Louise Route 4. Box 137, Windsor Hills. Roanoke. Va. 

Weir, Frances 23 W. Boscawen Street, Winchester, Va. 

Weller, Betty Kathrvn Route 4. Staunton, Va. 

Wells, Mary Carlton 103 S. Market Street. Petersburg. Va. 

Wells, Virginia Louise 211 Curwen Road. Rosemont, Pa. 

Welsh, lane Reillv 128 W. Gay Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Welsh. Reeve Rebecca Haymarket. Va. 

Wensel. Barbara Lee 113 West Thornapple Street, Chew Chase, Md. 

Wenzel, Jeanne Elizabeth Route 2, Herndon, Va. 



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Wesson, Martha Anne Lawrenceville. Ya. 

Wharton, Joan Louise 516 S. Park Drive, Salisihury, Md. 

Wheelbarger, Doris Levenc Route 2, Dayton, Va. 

Wheeler, Beverly Jean 128 Guernsey Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 

Wheeler, Katherine Ann Manassas, Va. 

Wheeler, Muriel Jane Howardsville, Ya. 

Wheeler, Phyllis Eugenia Elkton, Md. 

White, Cora Jean 115 S. Ridgcley Road, Norfolk, Va. 

White, Doris Virginia Route 2, Portsmouth, Va. 

White, Doris Wilson R. F. D., Cedar Bluff, Va. 

White, Dorothy Scott 809 S. Wayne Street, Arlington, Va. 

White, Martha Alice Box 41, Scottsville, Va. 

White, Mary Jeanette 108 Lafayette Avenue, Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Va. 

Whitehead, Audrey Annette 55 Channing Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. 

Whitehead, Marionette Meredith Courtland, Va. 

Whitehouse, Annabel'e Hayes 908 Hanover Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Whitehouse, lean W r att 908 Hanover Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Whitehurst. Elizabeth Princess Anne, Va. 

Whitesell, Ethel Mae Route 1. Staunton, Ya. 

Whitlook, Jane Elizabeth 3808 Fauquier Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Whitman, Margaret Louise Lovettsville, Va. 

Whitten, Mary Anne 223 LaFavette Avenue, Petersburg, Va. 

Wiggins, Mary Elizabeth 2 Sellers Avenue, Lexington, Va. 

Wiglesworth, Doris Margaret Route 11, Richmond, Va. 

Wilkerson, Dorothea Louis ' Route 2, Evington, Va. 

Wilkerson. Freida Evans 39 Vine Street. Elkins. W. Va. 

Wilkins, Betty Jane 332 James River Drive, Hilton Village, Va. 

Wilkins, Frances Amory 332 James River Drive, Hilton Village, Va. 

Wilkins. Josephine Elizabeth Edinburg, Va. 

Williams, Ann Carter 941 Wvandotte Avenue, Big Stone Gap, Va. 

WiTliams, Beth 291 Cambell S'reet, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Williams, Dolores Marie 207 E. Marshall Street, Falls Church, Va. 

Williams, Elizabeth Lael 216 Hough Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Williams, Miriam Tuanita 1139 — 25th Street. Newport News, Va. 

Williams, Stuart Ware 375 Mountain Avenue. Roanoke, Va. 

Williamson, Margaret Ann 207 Suffolk Avenue. Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Ya. 

Willis, Ida M?e 1601 Washington Street, Hollywood, Florida 

Wills, Annie Barita Route 1, Glads'one, Va. 

Wills. Mary Lyle Route 1, Box 74. Gladstone, Va. 

Wilson, Betty Anne 664 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Wilson, Flizabeth Anne Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge, Va. 

Wilson, Nancy Ruth 3020 Stuart Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Wilson, Norma Gay 1711 Carlisle Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Wilson. Shirlev Marguerite 2906 Henrico Street. Norfolk, Va. 

Wine, Haze' Elizabeth Route 1, Bridgewater, Va. 

Wiseman, Mary Madeline Route 1. Staunton, Va. 

Withers, Winifred Jane Havnesville, Va. 

Witten, To Anne Tazewell, Ya. 

Wohlford, William Thomas Dante, Va. 

Wood. Pegev Elaine Lee Street, Box 223, West Point, Va. 

Wood son, Dilcie Deane Earlvsville. Va. 

Woodward, Ricic Louise Hylas, Va. 

Woodvard. Alma Lorraine 2616 Key Blvd., Arlington, Va. 

Woolf. William Buxton 358 Ott Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Worthington, Elizabeth Kemper P. O. Box 986, Martinsville, Va. 

Wright, Anne Elizabeth Indian Head, Md. 

Wright, Doris Mildred Moneta, Va. 

Wysong, Joanne Miller 108 Fourth Street, Shenandoah, Va. 

Yeary, Mary Lynn Route 4, Jonesville, Va. 

Yeatts, Elizabeth Ann Route 3, Chatham, Va. 

Yeatts, Lynda Hunter 1001 Broad Street, Altavista, Va. 

Young, Audrey Doris 126 Brown Street. Annalachia, Ya. 

Young, Jean Constance Route 3, Staunton, Va. 

Young, Lucille Aurelia Route 4, "Sunnyside" Farm, Staunton. Va. 

Younger, Helen Joyce 4325 Chamberlayne Avenue, Apt. 21, Richmond, Va. 

Yow Grace Carolyn Jeffs Va. 

Zirkle, Louie Claudia New Market, Ya. 

/irkle, Mae Botisk 775 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Zirkle, Robbie Jean New Market, Va. 

Zollman. Betty Tucker North Field, Lexington, Va. 

Zoulis, Bessie 909 E. Market Street, Charlottesville, Ya. 



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SKIM MILK 

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Eor Better Dairy Products Phone 328 

VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CO-OPERATIVE MILK 
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 



COLONY 
OPTICAL COMPANY 

HARRISONBURG OWNED 

oOo 

the LATEST in 

PLASTICS and GOLD 

MOUNTINGS 

oOo 

A Complete Optical Service 

oOo 

PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 

AND 

LENSES DUPLICATED 

oOo 

State Theatre Building 
Phone 143 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

ALFRED NEY COMPANY 



THE 
FAMOUS RESTAURANT 

OOO 

The Place That Satisfies 

Those IT ho Are Fussy 

About Their Food 



Complete Food Market 


C MPLIMENTS 


0O0 

Visit Our New 
Bakery Department 

oOo 


O F 

HOSTETTER'S 
DRUG STORE, INC. 


MICK-OR-MACK 


OOO 


HARRISONBURG 


COSMETICS 

BY 




COMPLIMENTS 


Yardley, Coty, Barbara Gould, 


O F 

CITY SHOE REPAIR 

OOO 


Tiissy, Revlon, Chen Yu, 
Hudnut, Houbigant, . . ■ . 


201 North Main Street 


Bourjois 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Ayers 


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OOO 


Work Neatly Done 


103 South Main Street 


C. G. Price & Sons 


(successors to burke and trice) 


ik & 


INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 


. . . BONDS . . . 


£§ ■■ 


THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE 


& «& 


Telephone 16 


The National Bank Building Harrisonburg, Virginia 




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LEXINGTON 



VIRGINIA 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 



FOR THE 



1948 SCHOOLMA'AM 



GIRLS . . . 
For Lowest Cut Prices 

oOo 

Glenn's Fair Price Store 

oOo 
WE DEVELOP AND l'RINT 

KODAK FILM 

oOo 

83 Main Street 



. . . NEW FASHIONS . . . 

OOO 

AT A SAVING THAT PUTS MONEY 
IN YOUR PURSE 

OOO 

Charles Stores Company 



ANNOUNCING 




THE MADISON PLATES 

By W edgewood 

THESE PLATES ARE OF DINNER OR 
SERVICE SIZE (ABOUT TEN AND 
ONE-HALF INCHES IN DIAMETER) 
AND ARE PRINTED IN MULBERRY 
FROM HAND-ENGRAVED COPPER 
PLATES. 
PLATES MAY BE ORDERED IN SETS OF 
TWELVE AT $24; SIX AT $13. ON OR- 
DERS FOR LESS THAN SIX PLATES THE 

PRICE IS $2. SO PER PLATE. 

(Carriage Charges From Boston Extra I 

Produced Under the Direction of 

Jones. McDuffee, & Stratton 

< Makers of the- Harvard. Yale, and Smith 

Plates. ) 

Place Orders Through Alumnae Office, 

Madison College. 



SHOP AT 

...VALLEY BOOKS... 

FOR 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
STATIONERY 

oOo 

Parker !il and Shaeffer 
PEN SETS 

OOO 

82 South Main Street 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

DOC'S GRILL 



...EVANS... 

oOo 

WATCHES— DIAMONDS 
REPAIR SERVICE 

OOO 

East Market Street's Complete 
Jewelry Store 



HUGHES' PHARMACY 

SAVE with SAFETY 

AT 

The REXALL Store 

OOO 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

OOO 

Phone 1054 

OOO 

7 East Market Street 


J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

oOo 

WE OUTFIT THE FAMILY 

OOO 

HARRISONBURG. VIRGINIA 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

ARCADE CIGAR STAND 

AND 

RESTAURANT 


FOR 

IS pat Jobs On Nice CInthps 

OOO 

HAYDEN'S 
Dry Cleaning Works 

0O0 
FREE DELIVERY 

oOo 

165 N. Main St. Phone 274 


CITY PRODUCE 

EXCHANGE, 

INC. 

OOO 

P IT L T R Y 

AND 

EGGS 

OOO 

HARRISONBURG 
VIRGINIA 


C M P I. IM-ENTS 

O F 

F. W. WOOLWORTH 
COMPANY 



Williamson Drug Company 




oOo 




A DRUG STORE WITH A SERVICE 
THAT SERVES 


F R 1 D DLE'S 


OOO 

Specializing in Prescriptions, Sick 


RESTAURANT 


Room Supplies, Stationery, Candies 




and the Exclusive Lines of Toilet 




Preparations and Treatment. 


OOO 


oOo 




Harrisonburg Virginia 


"On The Square'' 

and 


JARRELLE'S SHOE STORE 


OOO 




A Complete Line of Nationally 


Newman 1 venue 


Advertised 




Peters Shoes For The Family 


OOO 


OOO 




Velvet Step Shoes For Women 


RECREATION CENTER 


City Club Shoes For Men 




Weather-Bird Shoes For 


BOWLING ALLEYS 


Boys and Girls 


" 


92 S. Main St. Phone 1445 




For The Best In Dairy Products 


COMPLIMENTS 


OOO 






O F 


DEMAND 




MASSANUTTEN BUTTER 


SEARS ROEBUCK b CO. 


AND 

VALLEY GOLD ICE CREAM 








WARNER BROTHERS 


OOO 






STATE THEATRE 


VALLEY CREAMERY, Inc. 






OOO 


OOO 


HARRISONBURG 


Phone 575 


VIRGINIA 



'Shenandoah Valley's Largest and 
Most Popular Furniture Store" 

oOo 

SCHEWEL 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

ooo 

135 South Main Street 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 



LOCATION OF SCHEWEL STORES 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

Alta Vista, Virginia 
Lexington, Virginia 

Danville, Virginia 
Luray, Virginia 



J. D. Wampler & Sons 

0O0 

GROCERS 

OOO 

Phones J 97- 108 

ooo 

157 North Main Street 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

W. T. GRANT COMPANY 



4fr 




Prickett 
Stationery Corporation 

oOo 

BUSINESS SYSTEMS 

AND 

EQUIPMENT 

65 East Market Street 



Hefner's 
Jewelry Store 

oOo 
STATE THEATRE RUILDING 

ooo 

MADISON COLLEGE 
JEWELRY A SPECIALTY 



Congratulations! Graduates 

0O0 


MILES 


"Better Clothing, Dry Goods. 


MUSIC COMPANY 


Shoes for Your Dollar" 




oOo 


noo 


...MARTIN'S... 

Phone 1386J 


RECORDS .... SHEET MUSIC 


Park View .... Harrisonburg, Ya. 


OOO 




JIM'S RESTAURANT 

oOo 


RADIO SERVICE 


390 North Main Streel 


oOn 


1 Carrisonburg, Virginia 




oOo 


35 Court Square 


GOOD FOOD 




OOO 


oOo 


A. . Better . . Place . . to . . Eat 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 




B. NEY & SONS 


...DENTONS... 


oOo 


On The Square 


Opposite the Post Office and 




Just as Reliable 


oOo 


oOo 


FURNITURE 

AND 

FLOOR COVERING 


Phone 131 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 




oOo 






COMPLIMENTS 


Official Discount In Students 


O F 


OOO 


THE QUALITY SHOP 


WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 






~^ 



HERFF- JONES COMPANY 

oOo 
MANUFACTURERS 

Madison College Standard Ring 

LARGE AND MINIATURE SIZES 

oOo 

SEND MAIL INQUIRIES TO: 

JAMES L. DECK 
403 East Franklin Street 
Richmond 19 . . Virginia 


DINNER BELL 

12] South Main Street 

OOO 

JUST GOOD FOOD" 

oOo 

Open 6 to 8 Week Days 


. . . Saiv It At Mar key's . . . 

oOo 

By-Word for the Latest anil Finest 

IN 

Gifts, Cards, Stationery 

oOo 

...MARK E Y'S... 

91 South Main Street 


LONG 

DISTANCE 

SERVICE TO 

ALL POINTS 

HARRISONBURG TELEPHONE 

COMPANY 



USE . . ICE . . CREAM . . FOR . . HEALTH'S . . SAKE 


& & 


COMPLIMENTS 


O F 


Imperial Ice Cream 


& & 


MAKERS OF 


"IMPS" 


COMPLIMENTS 




O F 


• 


MYERS BUS SERVICE 




0O0 




SPECIAL TRIPS 


PATRONIZE 


OF 


OUR 


ALL 
KINDS 


ADVERTISERS 


oOo 




11 \RRISONBL RC 


• 


CITY BUS SERVICE 






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 PRINTING. Once editor, once compositor, or press- 
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vitality, and whichever way the course of the future runs, the printer will 
always find himself able to adapt his helpfulness to new opportunity. 

Years of experience have taught us! Printing Pays Us Only When ft Pays You! 



McClure Printing Company 

THE RUNNELS PRESS 
COLLEGE ANNUALS AND CATALOGS FINE ADVERTISING PRINTING 

19 West Frederick St. Phone 605 Staunton, Virginia