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THE LIBRARY


STUDENT BUILDING

LONGWOOD COLLEGE FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA


DOCTOR DABNEY

S.

LANCASTER


a

a

(lit

The 1950 Virginian ment,

—wise

Longwood

dedicated to a

is

He

in vision, diligent in duty.

students both for

straight forward sincerity

true friendliness has

man

of vision, a

warmed our

president also our friend: Dr.

man

of accomplish-

has endeared himself to the hearts of

what he has done and

demand the

i/LHan

aj:

for

what he

respect of everyone

is.

His dignity and

who

meets him. His

hearts. His gracious courtesy has

Dabney

S.

Lancaster.

made our


nalket

ai^ei^iait^

eat,

in the history of

been completed.

.

.

.

Longwood College has

We

began the year

with a new name and with a dormitory for the

we

men

students. During the year

acquired the

new

science building,

new

audi'

started.

Even

the Edith Stevens Hall; our torium, Jarman Hall,

the

Main

Building

was

acquired

a

new

name, RufFner Hall.

THE STAFF

Joan of Arc, Rotunda, Ruffner Hall

Richardson Cottage, Boy's Dormitory, Longwood Estate

CONTENTS THE COLLEGE CLASSES

ACTIVITIES


Cunningham Hall

a3hIS

year

all

four classes have co-

operated to make this one of the most notable years in the history of the college.

New

ideals

and old traditions have kept the spirit of the student body high. The Freshmen found the year full

of

found

new

habits and friends; the other classes

It full,

too, of challenge

and happy work.


DR.

Dr.

Dabney

class of 1950, has

S.

DABNEY

Lancaster,

S.

who

LANCASTER,

President

has always considered himself a

completed his fourth year as president of the

member

college.

of the

During the

past four years he has become the most respected figure on campus. His interest in

us and our activities, the friendliness of his smile and speech make us glad that he is

our president.


THE FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION Dean Savage, the Dean of the

College, has

been our counselor and guide for the past several years.

Without

his

settled in college

more

difficult.

aid,

life

we

that

getting

would have been much

Whenever

readily change our

feel

possible,

he

would

schedules and suggest the

proper courses and classes that would

fit

our

individual needs.

William W. Savage Dean

One

of the most gracious and poised

on our campus

Ruth

of the College

is

our Dean of

women

Women, Miss

Cleaves. She has completed her second year

in this position

and has

won

the love, the respect,

and the loyalty cf each member cf the student body. Her helpful suggestions and kindly wisdom

have never

Miss Ruth Cleaves

Dean

of

Women

failed.


LUCY GORDON ADAMS M.A.

B.S.,

Assistant Professor of Education

VERA

F.

BARON

B.S.

ANNE IRVING ARMSTRONG B.S.,

B.S. IN L.S.

Assistant Librarian and Instructor in Library Science

VIRGINIA BEDFORD B.S.,

Instructor in Biology

M.A.

EMILY BARKSDALE B.A..

Modern

Languages

ROBERT B.S.,

Associate Professor of Art

M.A.

Associate Professor of

T.

BRUMFIELD

M.A., Ph.D.

VIRGILIA

I.

BUGG

Registrar

Associate Professor of Biology

^•^ ELIZABETH BURGER B.S.,

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Science

KATHLEEN

G. B.A.

COVER

Regional Supervisor of Guidance

ALICE

C.

B.S.,

CARTER M.A.

B.S.

Associate Professor of Education

MARGARET Postmistress and

G,

COX

Manager of

Bookroom

EMILY CLARK Assistant Professor of

M. BOYD B.A.,

EVELYN M. COLEMAN Secretary to the

Dean

Music

COYNER M.A.

Professor of Education

RUTH

H.

Alumnae

COYNER Secretary


OTTIE CRADDOCK

GWEN

M.A.

B.A.,

Assistant Professor of Business

CRESS

Assistant

MILDRED B.S.,

B.S.

Dean of

Women

D.

DAVIS

M.A.

Assistant Professor of English

Education

HELEN DRAPER B.S.,

Professor of

M.A.

CAROLINE EASTHAM College Hostess

Modern Languages

SUZANNE GIRARD

SAMUEL

L.

Business

GRAHAM Manager

Instructor of French and Latin

B.S.,

B.A.,

M.A.

Assistant Professor of English

Licence-es-Lettres

MARGARET SPRUNT HALL

NANCY FOSTER

JAMES M. GRAINGER B.A.,

M.A.

WINNIE

V.

HINER

Treasurer

Economics

Home

B.S.,

H.

FRENCH

M.S.

Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics

CYNTHIA

Z.

GREEN

College Hostess

Professor of English

GENEVIEVE B.

V.

HOLLADAY

M.S.

Assistant Professor of

RAYMOND

College Hostess

OLIVE B.S.,

T. ILER

M.A.

Associate Professor of Physical Education


GEORGE W. JEFFERS B.S.,

MARTHA

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

H.

JENKINS

B.S.

Instructor in Library Science

BESSIE H. JETER B.S., M.S. Associate Professor of

Home

Economics

EDGAR M. JOHNSON M.A., D.Ed.

B.A., B.D.,

Associate Professor of Education and Director of the Bureau of Teaching Materials

THOMAS

A.

McCORKLE M.S.

B.S.,

Professor of Chemistry and Physics

NORMAN B.S.,

O.

Ed.

MYERS M.

Associate Professor of Business

Education

MERLE B.S.,

L.

LANDRUM

M.A., D. Ed.

VIRGINIA

C.

LEEPER

Secretary to the President

Professor of Business Education

RAY

A.

B.A.,

MOORE M.D.

College Physician

MILDRED

K.

NEAL, R.N.

Resident Nurse

JANICE SPEER LEMEN B.S.,

M.A.

Regional Supervisor of Art

GRACE

B.

B.S.,

MORAN

M.A.

Associate Professor of History and Social Sciences

MARY B.S.,

NICHOLS M.S.

Associate Professor of English

C G GORDON MOSS B.A.,

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of History and Social Sciences

CATHERINE OSBORNE B.S.,

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Physical

and Health Education


JESSIE A.

PATTERSON M.A.

B.S.,

Associate Professor of Music

M. BEVERLEY RUFFIN B.A., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Librarian and Professor of

Library Science

MARVIN

W. SCHLEGEL

M.A., Ph.D.

B.A.,

Assistant Professor of History and Social Science

JOSEPHINE PHILLIPS B.A., M.A.

FLORENCE

R.

RICHARDSON

Assistant in the Business Oiftce

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

SNEAD

D. C.

ELIZABETH

M.A.

B.A.,

V.

SPINDLER

B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business

Instructor, Bureau of Teaching

Education

Materials

fÂť, \i^9^-

FERN

E.

B.S.,

Professor of

STAGGS M.A.

Home Economics

FLORENCE H STUBBS B.S.,

M.A.

Associate Professor of History and Social Sciences

ETHEL SUTHERLAND M.A., Ph.D.

B.S.,

Associate Professor of

C.

TERRY

B.A., M.S.

Assistant Librarian and Assistant Professor of Library Science

KATE

G.

B.S.,

TRENT

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Education

F.

B.S.,

SWERTFEGER

M.S., Ph.D.

Mathematics

5L*

MARION

FLOYD

Associate Professor of Education

-O^s,"

KATHERINE TUPPER B.S.,

Professor of

M.A.

Home

Economics

ROBERT

VICKERS

C.

B.Ed.,

M.A.

Associate Professor of Art


SIBYL

MARY

VIRGINIA WALL

HENRY VINCENT

B.S.,

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Education and Principal of Farmville

Elementary School

ALICE

C.

WYNNE

B.A., B.S.Sci.,

M.A.

Associate Professor of Business Education

W. WATKINS

Executive Secretary

Assistant Registrar

JOHN B.A.,

P.

WYNNE

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Education and Philosophy and Director

of Teacher Education


THURSDAY CHAPEL

L90 become acquainted with Longwood Coland with fellow students each of us has the opportunity to take part in one or more of the various activities. We work on the staffs of several publications. We unite for student government. We enjoy association in athletic clubs, sectional lege

clubs, religious clubs, social sororities, sororities.

and honor


Seated, left to right:

Miss Burger,

Tricia,

Roady,

P.

Burnette

Standing: Smethie, Love

SENIOR OFFICERS NORMA ROADY

-

DENISE LOVE

BEVERLEY SMETHIE

PAGE BURNETTE

President

'

Vice-President

^

-

-

Secretary

Treasurer


CLASS OF

'50

MAJORIE AGEE Danville History

B.A.

FRANCES

L.

ALLEN

Richmond Physical Education

3.S.

IRMA

L.

ALLISON

Haynesville

Elementary Education

;.S.

MARY LOU ALPHIN Waynesboro B.A.

JEAN

D.

English

ANDERSON

Portsmouth B.A.

BARBARA

French

LEE

ANDREWS

Newport News 5.S.,

B.A.

History, Art, Biology


THE SENIORS

HELEN ARINGTON Lynchburg Art

B.S.

MARY PUCKETT ASHER Newport News Music

B.A.

MARIAN AVEDIKIAN Norfolk B.S.

Eleynentary Education

JEANNE M. BALTES Newport News Business Education

B.S.

JUNE HELEN BANKS (Mrs. Evans) Sandston

B.A.

English

KATHRYN

D.

BEALE

Richmond B.S.

Chemistry

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

JULIA WINIFRED BEARD Raphine Physical

B.S.

MARGARET

Educatwn

ELLEN BEASLEY

Big Stone

Gap

Mathematics

B.A.

LYNDA CAROLYN BLACK Westover B.S.

Business Education

CATHERINE BONDURANT Farmville B.S.

English

MARJORIE M. BOSWICK Newport News B.S.

History

VIRGINIA GARY BOWIE Fredericksburg B.S.

COLLEGE

Elementary Education


THE SENIORS

HARRIET BOWLING Andersonville

Mathematics

B.S.

ELIZABETH

ANNE BRAGG

Norfolk Sociology

B.S.

MARIAN

R.

BREEDEN

Richmond Business Education

B.S.

NANCY DEANE BRUCE Richmond Elementary Education

B.S.

LAURA

S.

BUCHANAN

SaltviUe B.S.

Business Education

ELIZABETH BUCK Farmville B.S.

Art

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

KATHERINE

'50

BUCK

J.

Ordinary B.S.

Physical Education

VIRGINIA PAGE BURNETTE Farmville English

B.S.

DOROTHY ANNE CALDWELL Franklin Biology

B.S.

CATHERINE CARMICHAEL CharlottesvilleB.S.

Elementary Education

DOT CARTER Cumberland B.S.

Home

Economics

CATHERINE

I.

COBB

SchcxDlfield

B.S.

COLLEGE

Biology


THE SENIORS

DORIS

CONNER

Gloucester Point

Home

B.S.

Economics

ANN SCRUGGS CRITZER Farmville B.S.

Elementary Education

MURRAY ROBB CROMAR Richmond B.S.

Elementary Education

MARY CROWGEY Roanoke B.S.

Elementary Education

EMMA

A.

CRUTE

Charlotte Court House B.S.

Elementary Education

ALICE PATRICIA DAVIS Newport News B.A.

History

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

DOROTHY ANN DODD Dry Fork B.A.

English

FRANCES DODSON Norfolk Elementary Education

B.S.

DOROTHY

LEE

DOUTT

Hopewell B.S.

Business Education

SARAH ELIZABETH DROSTE Richmond Elementary Education

B.S.

HOPE LORD DUKE Portsmouth B.S.

Home

Economics

DOLORES WOODING DUNCAN Norfolk B.S.

COLLEGE

Elementary Education


THE SENIORS

JACQUELINE ELAINE EAGLE Winchester EngUsh, French

B.A.

WALLER EASLEY

LILA

Martinsville Biology

B.S.

LUCY

ANN EDMUNDS McKenney

B.S.

Elementary Education

HILDA MARIE EDWARDS Arvonia B.S.

Physical Education

MAY

ELDER

Charlotte Court House B.S.

Elementary Education

MARGARET FARMER Farmville B.S.

Elementary Education

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

ALLIE JANE FELTON Whaleyville History

B.A.

ELIZABETH HASKINS FERGUSON Prospect English

B.A.

FRANCES PERKINS FERGUSON Prospect

B.A.

LELIA

Sociology

MAE FERRATT Norfolk

B.A.

Elementary Education

CHARLOTTE PELLETIER FLAUGHER Norfolk B.S.

Sociology

MARY ANN FORD Virgilina B.S.

COLLEGE

Elementary Education


THE SENIORS

ANNE FOREMAN St.

Brides

Home

B.S.

Economics

MARGARET DOWNING FORRESTER Lively

Home

B.S.

Economics

FRANCES ELLEN GARNETT Curdsville Business Education

B.S.

JANE GRAY Signpine B.S.

Mathematics, History

CAROLYN

R.

GRIMES

Portsmouth Physical Education

B.S.

BARBARA JANE GRIZZARD Drewryville B.S.

Sociology

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

HELEN MANNING HARDIN Richmond B.A.

French

ELIZABETH GERTRUDE HARRIS Farmville B.S.

Elementary Education

CALVIN PERKINS HATCHER Farmville

B.A.

History

RUTH VIRGINIA HATHAWAY Churchland B.A.

Art

CONSTANCE JANE HEATHER Arlington B.S.

Elementary Education

MARY JANE

HITE

Clarksville B.S.

COLLEGE

Chemistry


THE SENIORS

PAULINE JEANETTE HOBBS Norfolk Elementary Education

B.S.

JEAN ELIZABETH HOGGE Perrin

Music

B.A.

HELEN MILLER HOLBROOK Petersburg B.S.

Business Education

ELIZABETH HOUSE Lansdowne, Pennsylvania Eleinentary Education

B.S.

JULIA

B.

HUGHES

Charlottesville B.S.

Elementary Education

PEGGY ELENOR HUGHES Red Ash B.S.

Business Education

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

MARTHA^B. HYLTON Danville

Chemistry

B.S.

FREDERIC WHITE JENKINS Farmville B.S.

Social Science

CATHERINE JOHNSTON Farmville

B.A.

History

POLLY JONES Mattoax

Home

B.S.

Economics

LUCY W. JONES Rustburg i.S.

Elementary Education

HELEN KAKNIS Winchester B.A.

COLLEGE

Spanish


THE SENIORS

ANN DALBY

KELLY

Richlands

Art

B.S.

REBECCA M. KELSEY Farmville

Elementary Education

i.S.

NANCY VIRGINIA

KIBLER

Arlington

Music

B.A.

PATSY RUTH KIMBROUGH Richmond B.S.

Home

SARAH

Economics

LAND

A.

Norfolk 3.S.

Home

Economics

ANNE COLSTON LANGBEIN Arlington

B.A.

Biology,

Chemistry

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

WILLARD

'50

LEEPER

G.

Farmville B.S.

Business Education

PATSY CLAIRE LINDSEY Farmville

Elementary Education

B.S.

MARGARET

LEE LLOYD

Richmond B.A.

English

DENISE M. LOVE Dundas B.A.

History

JEAN OTIS LOVING Louisa

B.A.

History

ANNE ELIZABETH LUCY Dolphin B.S.

COLLEGE

Home

Economics


THE SENIORS

MARY EVA

McBRIDE

Madison Heights Social Science

B.S.

STUART McGHEE Farmville !.A., B.S.

Chemistry

VALERIE ELIZABETH

ANN

MACPHERSON Hilton Village B.S.

Business Education

NANCY

LEE

MADDOX

Lynchburg B.S.

Elementary Education

CORNELIA MARSTON Shacklefords B.S.

Business Education

NANCY HUYETT MEETEER Charlottesville

B.A.

History

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

MARY REGINA

'50

MILLER

Washington, D. C. Physical Education

B.S.

JOSEPH

R.

MORGAN

Burkeville

Chemistry

B.S.

ELLEN MARIE

MOVER

Waynesboro Mathematics

B.A.

ANNA

PAULINE

NASSER

Richmond Business Education

B.S.

CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH NEWELL Hampton B.S.

ANN

Art

NICHOLS

Norfolk

B.A.

COLLEGE

Sociology


THE SENIORS

RUTH ANN NOCK Harborton B.A.

English

DORIS ELIZABETH OLD Fentress

Elementary Education

B.S.

JEAN GRETNA OLIVER Wicomico Elementary Education

B.S.

CARRIE

ANN OXOUGHLIN

Miami, Florida B.S.

Elementary Education

ANNE CABELL OVERBEY Chatham B.S.

Physical Education

PATRICIA LYNN PADDISON Ashland B.S.

Art

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

DOUGLAS

'50

PAULSON

L.

Farmville

History

B.S.

THELMA EARLINE PEAKE Hurt Elementary Education

B.S.

RAY

PHILLIPS

Williamsburg Physical Education

B.S.

JO

ANNA

PHIPPS

Sugar Grove

Home

B.S.

HARRIET

F. S.

Baltimore,

B.A.

"

Economics

RATCHFORD Maryland

Psychology and Philosophy

MARIE LOUISE REDD Chatham B.S.

COLLEGE

Sociology


THE SENIORS

JANE MARIE RICHARDS Anne, Maryland

Princess

Music

B.A.

POLLY RICHARDSON Dinwiddie B.S.

Elementary Education

PATSY RITTER Winchester l.S.

Physical Education

NORMA

L.

ROADY

Newport News 3.5.

Physical Education

BOBBY JEAN ROBERTSON Church Road B.S.

Elementary Education

BETTY LEWIS SHANK Roanoke B.A.

English

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

LOU ALYCE SHELOR Floyd

B.A.

English

NANCY CATHERINE SHORT Midlothian B.S.

SHIRLEY

Home

Economics

VAUGHAN SIMMONS Branchville

B.S.

Home

Econoynics

ESTHER MARIE SLAGLE Virgilina B.S.

Elementary Education

JANICE ALLEN SLAVIN Suffolk B.S.

Business Education

BEVERLEY FLEETWOOD SMETHIE Lorton

B.A.

37

COLLEGE

English


THE SENIORS

JANE SMITH Hampton Art

B.S.

BARBARA ANNE SOURS Chatham B.S.

LOIS

Sociology

MARION STEVENS Salem English, History

B.S.

LAURA

LEE STICKLEY

Lynchburg B.S.

Home

Econoynics

CAROL ELIZABETH STOOPS Wilmington, Delaware Elementary Education

B.S.

ANNIE MARY SWANN Roanoke B.S.

Mathematics

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

LUCY TYLER THRIFT Locust Hill

Chemistry

B.S.

HELEN

OWEN TRAYNHAM Cluster Springs

B.S.

Elementary Education

JULIA

TUCK

Nathalie

B.A.

History

JEAN MEREDITH TURNER Ashland B.S.

Art

DARE TURNER

LOUISE

Gretna B.S.

Home

Economics

LUCY HOLMES VAUGHAN Crewe B.S.

COLLEGE

Elementary Education


THE SENIORS

HARRIETTE

V.

WADE

South Boston English

B.S.

RUTH

V.

WALKER

Farmville B.S.

Business Education

WALKER

SUE WATKINS

Pearisburg B.S.

Physical Education

MARY-ELIZABETH WATSON Asbury Park, New Jersey B.S.

Physical Education

JOYCE WEBB Norfolk B.S.

Business Education

JUANITA WINFIELD WEEKS Victoria B.S.

Biology,

Chemistry

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'50

MARILYN ROSE WHEELER Schoolfield

B.A.

Mathematics

MARGARET COURTNEY JANE WHITE Norfolk Elementary Educatioyi

B.S.

SARA

LEE WILKINSON Wilson

Home

B.S.

EconoTnics

JANE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Norfolk Elementary Education

B.S.

DOROTHY THRASHER WOOD Roanoke B.S.

MARY

Art, English

LOUISE

WOODWARD

Staunton B.S.

COLLEGE

Physical Education


JACQUELYN

F.

WRIGHT

Morrison B.S.

Business Education

ANN WATTS YOUNGER Elon B.S.

Elementary Education

SENIOR HISTORY i HE past year has been full. October brought Circus, and the laurels again went to the Seniors with their ''Cod'Fish Ball." Roady, our lovely queen and Circus chairman, graced the throne as the musical sailors, mermaids, jelly'fish, shrimp, octopus, whale, and other marine life paraded and entertained the court. It was really a lively Ball. November caught us playing hockey and running in the color rush. Coming out on top again, we were really feeling among the chosen lot. Yes, again the Red and Whites could flaunt the banner. Thanksgiving was already being blessed for arriving just in time to give the student teachers time to heal the callouses

caused by grading papers. December fought hard with the sunshine but the first snow arrived the night before the Senior Snow Ball and really set the stage magnificently, but by night fall there was rainfall and sky loads of it. Yet all arrived in full attire swelled with with their best beaux. pride as our officers led us in the ''figure", and we sent bouquets of appreciation to Hank and to Helen for making our dance hall a winter wonderland. The evening

We

to a close with coffee and doughnuts and "just one more dance" in the "Rec." Surprise was supreme when the Sophs gave us a Merry Christmas party with Russian tea and cookies and candy from St. Nick. Many ancient circus and prO' duction songs were brought back to life.

was brought

Then

all

soon went home to a glorious

vacation.

January and a new semester found our numbers decreased by mid'year graduates, but still we pressed onward. Orchesis recital, "The Plum Tree," had

many

seniors in the paradoxical branches Ray, Nock, Kitty, Sue, Betty,

as Hilda,

Mary

Lou, Katie, and Robbie worked

their limbs

and voices

in

manner

strange.

Of course

the radio fans will never for' get the "Voice of Longwood" or should I say "Voices"? Nock, Betty F. and Betty H. were most enthusiastic over announc'

and Page and June and Puckett most on those "on the air" moments. ing,

helpful at the piano

Continued on Pdge 142


First

row: Langbein, R.

Phillips,

Hylton, Roady,

Nock

Second row: Bragg, McGhee, Eagle Missing: Duncan,

J.

Wright

WHO'S E.

^ACH year a compilation of the biographies cf outstanding students in America is published. To be eligible a student must be a junior or a senior, or must take advanced work. The purpose of the publication is to bring the outstanding students in America to the attention of the business world and to others who are interested.

A

committee composed of members of the administration and faculty selected the seniors to represent Longwood College in the sixteenth edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.'' These students were chosen because of their extra-curricular activities, leadership,

Our newly body

is

and scholarship.

organized men's student represented for the first time by

WHO one of the co-eds

who

played a major part men students

in helping to organize the

on our campus. Those selected from the class of 1950 were Elizabeth Anne Bragg, president cf the Women's Student Government Association; Dolores Duncan, president of the

Y.W.C.A.;

Jacqueline Eagle, editor of the

ROTUNDA;

Martha Hyltcn, vice-presiWomen's Student Government Association; Anne Langbein, editor of the COLONNADE; Stuart McGhee, president of the

dent of the Men's Student Government

Ann Nock, president of Granddaughters Club and active in draAssociation;

Ray Phillips, president of the Women's Athletics; Norma Roady, presimatics;

ent of the Senior Class; Jacquelyn Wright, president of the House Council and

Alpha Kappa Gamma.


Left to right: P. Walker, B. Wilson, Gravely, Brumfield, Gills

JUNIOR OFFICERS BETSY GRAVELY BETSY WILSON

RUTH

GILLS

PATTY WALKER

President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer


CLASS OF

'51

MARY MAX AGREE Farmville

ANDREA JOAN ADAMS Charlotfesville

JOYCE BROADDUS

ADAMS

Richmond

HELEN MACLEAN

AGNEW

Burkeville

CLAUDIA PAGE ANDERSON Anderson ville

SHIRLEY LEE ATKINSON Cumberland

GEORGIA BAILEY Brookneal

BETTY LOIS BAKER Portsmouth

JANE BARBER

BILLIE

Accomac

HILDA BAUSERMAN Luray

ALMA

BEDINGER

P.

Norfolk

ANN CAREY BIDDLECOMB Lilian

SHIRLEY VIRGINIA BLOXTON Norfolk

CLAUDIA BRADSHAW Rice

SUE BREWBAKER Parkersburg,

West

Virginia

DOROTHY MAE BRISENTINE Prospect

PEGGY LEE BRYANT Hampton

ANN BURNETTE Farmville

HARRIET BOLLING

BUTTERWORTH Richmond

CARSON

JESSIE

Prospect

JO JACQUELYN

CARTER

Cumberland

MILDRED CATHERINE CARTER Sutherlin

ANN

SHIRLEY CLARKE

Petersburg

HELEN

L.

CONNELLY

Blacksburg


THE JUNIORS MARY FRANCES CREGER Roanoke

MINTA HOPKINS CRITZER Pulaski

MARY MINTA CROWDER Blackstone

SARAH

N. Pamplin

DICKERSON

DOROTHY DICKSON Bristol

JUNE DIVERS Norfolk

EDITH FRANCES

DUMA

Portsmouth

DOROTHY ANNE DUNFORD Richmond

DUVALL

EDITH

V. Hoadly

HELEN WILLIAMSON EGERTON Fredericksburg

MILDRED LOVINGSTON EVANS Halifax

FRANCES BURTON EVERETT Bon Air

JEANNE FARMER Newport News

LENA EVELYN FARRIER New

Castle

NANCYE

L.

GILLIE

Danville

RUTH

E.

GILLS

Ballsville

JEANNE MARIE GILMAN Dumfries

BETSY GRAVELY Martinsville

H.

JOYCE HAMLET South Hill

FRANCES HARPER Dry Fork

NELLIE ESTELLE

HART

Emporia

ELSIE ALICE Thaxton

HAWLEY

RENA MAE HAYES Norfolk

NANCY DILLARD HENDERSON Arrington

46

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF MARIAN VIRGINIA

'51

HIGGS

Toano

PEGGY DEE HOOVER Portsmouth

GERALDINE CHALMERS HUCKSTEP Gasburg

BETTY JOHNSON Crewe

BETTY JONES Suffolk

CHARLOTTE

K.

JONES

Salem

CHARLOTTE

S.

JONES

Petersburg

ANNE JOYNER Suffolk

ANN KEMP Richmond

MARTHA KITCHEN Suffolk

LILLIE

LANKFORD

Jarratt

HILDA LEWIS Newport News

ANNE LYNCH Tazewell

JANE HUNTER LYON Holden, West Virginia

JO

ANN McCOMBS

Fieldale

ANNE McMULLAN Rapidan

BETTY McREE Richmond

ROMINE CAMP MAHOOD Emporia

MARY

LEIGH MEREDITH

Front Royal

FRANCES MINTER Axton

JACQUELINE

MOODY

Toano

JAMES

£.

ORANGE

Farmville

MARY PALMER Tidwells

PEGGY PEERY Tazewell

COLLEGE


THE JUNIORS VIRGINIA PETTS Pounding Mill

MARTHA

VIRGINIA PICKETT

Rockingham, North Carolina

JILL PIPER Winchester

EMMA MAE

PITTARD

Buffalo Junction

POLLARD

BOBBIE

Richmond

JENNY POWELL Lynchburg

POLLY POWERS Hopewell

GLORIA REID Lynnhaven

CHIC RITCHIE Gressitt

MARGARET ROBERTSON Blackstone

EDNA

B.

RODRIQUE2

Ponce, Puerto Rico

JEANETTE SEWARD Elberon

LEONARD

B,

SHAW

Lynchburg

MARGARET ANN SHELTON Lynchburg

LESTER HAMILL SMALLWOOD, JR.

Cumberland

ELLA SUE SMITH Crewe

HELEN CARTMELL SMITH Amherst

JEAN SMITH Pearisburg

MARY BROWNLEY SMITH Franklin

VIRGINIA SPENCER Scottsville

MARY JANE STANSBURY Richmond

DONNA JUNE

STAPLES

Chester

CATHERINE STEVENS Portsmouth IRIS

SUTPHIN

Pulaski

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'51

HATTIE JANE SWIHART Lexington

ANN

TERRY

B.

Pamplin

KATHRYN TERRY Paces

GRACE ADAIR THOMPSON Kenhridge

JAMES

B.

THOMPSON

Crewe

MARION

F.

VAUGHAN,

JR.

Portsmouth

ISAAC VELAZQUEZ Ponce, Puerto Rico

PATRICIA WALKER Pearisburg

JEAN CARTER WATKINS Emporia

VIRGINIA CARTER WESTBROOK Richmond

FAYE WRENN WHITE Bassett

CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS Richmond

BETSY WILSON Hopewell

Ji^_

_l:^

COLLEGE


JUNIOR HISTORY It

seemed very strange to be

Cunningham instead of in the main building, but it was wonderful after living in

we

conditioned ourselves to the jaunt

we

brought us the excitement of our

The

dance.

class

the

furnished

Virginians

music, and several gold'diggers from the

Klondike

furnished

entertainment.

the

and meals. We were all right there together on three floors for the first time. We didn't make very much

We were the first to have a floor show in' first

to use the cabaret style.

noise. "Tippy Toe" and ''Easter Bunny" had a hard time trying to keep our boister-

ing

week'end

had to take

for classes

ous spirits a

little

eleven o'clock. later deadline

subdued, especially after

We

—

took advantage of the

to study, of course.

The first week everyone was busy showFreshmen over the campus, and them to that favorite form of the coke and nab party. entertainment ing the

orientating

We

are proud of the Green-and' White

spirit

our sister class has shown.

November we began preparing

In

the

—

annual Circus.

for

Betsy Wilson was

elected chairman and also representative for the Court.

garet

Ann

Our own

inimitable

Mar'

cut a dashing figure in her

swallowtail coat as she presided as Ring'

and

if

place with their harmonious lyrics.

We

owe

Sing,

The

best foot forward in

the Orchesis recital which

was held

in

March. Betty Mac, Higgs, Jeanne, Deenie, Mary Jane, Edith, and Edna represented us in the lovely interpretation of The

Plum

Tree.

This past year we welcomed into our class many wonderful transfers, both girls and boys. We especially enjoyed those

who

boys

took part in the productions.

They added

the bit of spice that had been

missing.

We

are very

proud of our class'mates

who were

chosen for various honors dur'

ing

In the

1949.

summer Romine was

Charlotte K. Jones was, and star vocaHst

and Ann Bur' nette, two cf our talented members. writers, Virginia Spencer

returning from the Christmas

we were

faced with the pleasant

prospect of choosing the most beautiful

May

Court. C. K. Jones, Issac

Velasque?, Claudia Anderson, Charlotte Williams, and

Romine Mahood were

se'

lected to reign as attendants in this annual fete.

The month

of February

still is,

the

on the radio program, "Cam'

pus Kids."

Our

the highest praise to the co'

Longwood

successful.

Peanut Festival. Harriet Butter worth was the sponsor for Battallion B at V.P.I., and

In the Song contest the Juniors took

girls for

its

folio W'

our

any of the Juniors are asked,

first

holidays

which was extremely Junior class put

The

presented

selected as a Princess in the Southside

they will say that the second time was the better. As usual, we won second place.

Upon

we

America was

master. For the second time settled,

stead of the traditional figure and also the

leaders through the school year

were Betsy Gravely,

president;

Wilson, vice'president; Ruth tary;

and Patty Walker,

Betsy

Gills, secre'

treasurer.

They

did a grand job and with the help of the entire class, they kept

on

Green and White

top.

We

ended the year by bidding a fond

adieu to the Senior Class and by giving

them a farewell

party,

they will never forget.

which we hope


THE PRESIDENT'S HOME


Left to right: Livesay, Schlegel, Jardine,

M. Thomas,

Poarch

SOPHOMORE OFFICERS JACKIE JARDINE SHIRLEY LIVESAY

President -

ERMA POARCH MARGARET THOMAS

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer


CLASS OF

'52

INA JANE ALLEN Amelia

BETTY WINBORNE BAILEY Roanoke

ELSIE

MAE BAKER

Surry

FLORA BALLOWE Farmville

BETTY BARNES Norfolk

HETTY RAI BARNES Onley

MARION BECKNER Lynchburg

KATHRYN

BISHOP

Chatham

MILDRED BLESSING Tazewell

RICHARD W. BOBB Crewe

BETTY SCOTT BORKEY Bowling Green

SARAH

BOWLING

H.

Andersonville

MARY HUNT BRAME Chase City

SALLY BRICKMAN Roanoke

LOIS

BROWDER

Lawrenceville

BARBARA BETTE BROWN Lynchburg

VERA BRYANT Boykins

CATHERINE BUNCH Smithfield

V.

PAIGE

BUNN

Newsoms

BETTY JANE CAMPBELL Glasgow

DORIS

ANNE CASSADA

South Boston

JOYCE LEE CLINGEMPEEL Roanoke

KIM COLEMAN Lovingston

MARY HELEN COOK Richmond


THE SOPHOMORES NANCY

LEE COSBY West Virginia

Ronceverte,

PEGGY LEE COVINGTON Crewe

MARY ADELE CRAWFORD Richmond

MATILDA

A.

CREASY

Charlottesville

SARA CREGER Roanoke

SARAH CROCKER Suffolk

CLARA RUTH CULLIP Damascus

NELL DALTON Red Oak

CHRISTINE

L.

DAVIS

Branchville

ANN DICKENSON Red Oak

RAMONA

JEAN DILLARD

Schoolfield

PATRICIA DIANE DONNALLY Low Moor

JEAN ELLIOTT South Boston

W. SHEPARD ELMORE Alberta

SHIRLEY ELENE ELMQUIST Hampton

JOYCE ETHERIDGE Back Bay

FAHRBACH

SHIRLEY Crewe

JUNE FOREMAN St. Brides

FRANCES FRANKLIN Norfolk

BRANCHY FRISTOE Bentonville

LAURALEE FRITTS Nineveh

NANCY ADAMS GARBLE Lynchburg

BONNIE

L.

GERRELLS

Danville

NELL GILLEY Williamsburg

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'52

NORMA MAE GLADDING Mears

EDITH GOFF Grundy

DOROTHY ANN GREGORY Skipwith

SARAH ANN GRAHAM Farmville

JEAN HANCOCK Suffolk

ANN HARDING Emporia

HARMAN

BETTY LOU Tazewell

EMMA

HARRIS

PEGGY

ANN HARRIS

BIBB Lynchburg

Emporia

BARBARA HAWKINS Richmond

ALBERTA

E.

HAWLEY

Thaxton

DOLORES HOBACK Wytheville

ELOISE

HODGES

Covington

MARJORIE HOOD Norfolk

NANCY GALE HOUNSHELL Culpeper

INEZ HUGHES Mullens, West Virginia

JOYE HUMPHREYS West Point

LUCYLE HUMPHRIES Culpeper

JACKIE

D.

JARDINE

Farm.ville

NANCY DAVIS

JEFFREYS

Chase City

MARY

JO JENNINGS

Hickory

BEE

JOHNSON

Mountain City, Tennessee

MARGARET

JONES

Farmville

PAGE JOYNER Zuni

COLLEGE


THE SOPHOMORES MARY MOORE KARR Roanoke

JANE LEE KELLOGG Richmond

KENNON

EDITH

Gordons ville

JERLINE

KORBACH

Norfolk

NINA RUTH LACY Farmville

ANN DINSMORE LAMB Warsaw

ANNE ROWLETTE LAWRENCE Portsmouth

ELIZABETH ROSE LESSLIE Decatur, Georgia

SHIRLEY LIVESAY Emporia

CAROLYN LUSK Galax

MADISON

P.

McCLINTIC

Farmville

KATHARINE MOIR McCREADY Stuart

MANN

BECKY

Cypress Chapel

MARTY MILLER Front Royal

JO MISSIMER Farmville

ANN MOODY Glen Allen

JUNE ROSE

MORGAN

South Hill

LUCY JANE BARKSDALE

MORTON Farmville

ANNE CARTER MOSELEY Roanoke

ANNE

M.

MOTLEY

Sharps

WINNIE MURDOCK Roanoke

SPOT MYERS Forks-of-Buffalo

ANN MARRIOTT NEBLETT Dundas

SUE NELSON Modest Town

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF FRANCES GERALDINE

'52

NEWMAN

South Hill

JOYCE NICHOLS Mallow ELSIE

RAE PAGE

Crewe

ANN

JOYCE

PARRISH

Petersburg

JANET LEE PEEBLES Hampton

RACHAEL PETERS Moneta

AUDREY PETTIT Richmond

BETSY PHILLIPS Richmond

ERMA RUTH POARCH Emporia

RITA POLLARD Charlottesville

GAY POWER Sycamore

JOAN PRICHETT West Virginia

Bluefield,

BETTY ELLIOTT RALSTON Petersburg

AUDREY RAMSEY Alton

FRANCES ANNE RAMSEY Madisonville

CONWAY

RICE

Fishersville

BUNNIE RICKS Waynesboro

JEAN

GRAHAM RIDENOUR

Richmond

SHIRLEY

GRACE ROBERTS

Holland

OLGA RODRIQUEZ Mayague:, Puerto Rico

ANNE ROSSON Trevilians

ILLENE RUSSELL Winchester

MAY HENRY

SADLER

Tazewell

NORMA Crewe

COLLEGE

JEAN SAUNDERS


THE SOPHOMORES GLADYS SAVADGE Surry

INDIE

SHACKLEFORD

Cheriton

MARY SHANKLIN Hopkinsville, Ky.

MARY

JO SMITH

Portsmouth

PATSY

SMITH

B.

Cro:et

MARY FRANCES SPURLOCK Meherrin

CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA STEPHENS Brock Road

FRANCES STRINGFELLOW Cheriton

PEGGY THIERRY Roanoke

FRANCES THOMAS Roanoke

MARGARET GWYNN THOMAS Atlee

CATHERINE YEOMAN TOXEY Alherta

MARGIE TRAYLOR Alberta

PAT TUGGLE Wytheville

FRANCES TURNER Cheriton

MARGARET TURNER Trevilians

EDITH WALKER Bellamy Post Office

NANCY JANE WALKER Bristol

NANCY

ALICE

WALTHALL

Alberta

MAXINE WATTS Lexington

SUSAN JANE WEBB Farmville

ELEANOR NATALIE WEDDLE Roanoke

NANCEY WEST Onley

JEAN CLAIRE WILSON Alexandria

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF MARTHA

'52

ALICE WILSON

Farmville

PEGGY WILSON Warsaw BILLIE MARIE Portsmouth

NANCY

LEE

WOOD

WOOD

Roanoke

MARjoRiE McDonald woods Salem

JACQUELINE

WOODWARD

Louisa

VIRGINIA DARE

WOODY

Baskerville

JO

ANN YOW

West Point

JOSEPHINE LYDIA ZITTA Petersburg

59

COLLEGE


SOPHOMORE HISTORY O

." STATELY Sophomores No, that couldn't be we! But it was. At last we were all ''sophomore" even if .

.

We

we

weren't "stately" all the time. had awaited a whole year to take over the halls of Annex, Student, and Post Office

— and

September we moved in, with and even an occasional easy chair. Soon we had straightened the shades, put up curtains, stuck pictures in every available spot. Even if we didn't have a carpet to throw upon the floor well, one can be just as proud of a twO' in

bag, baggage,

Anyway,

foot bathmat.

the spirit of

and White was everywhere, and

it

Red was

there to stay.

We

won't forget easily what a proud feeling we had greeting the Freshman, showing them around, and explaining even the little things that go to make up life And, of course, one of the here at L. little things we had to express in action was that ''terrible" tradition "RatDay." The day dawned bright, at 6 a.m., for us, and cheerless, at 4 a.m., for them, and then Maria Jackson and her court of

C

torturers went into action. When it was all over, the Freshmen returned to bed for while we well, most of recuperation

us needed a good throat swabbing in the infirmary and a week's rest. From there on, it was just one thing after another. Work began on Circus, and Fran Franklin and "BB" Wilson heard so much about Hallowe'en that pretty soon they began to feel and look like a couple of ghosts. But we were proud of our perdid so well formance on the big night. that we even provoked a "little tear" from

We

our representative, Jackie Jardine. In sports, we fought with the best Red and White spirit. Our hockey team, led by Nancy Walker, walked off with honors in class

games and against Blackstone. In

Water Pageant, Jean RidenNancy Walker, Marian Beckner, Liz

the Christmas our,

Lesslie,

Emma

Harris,

and

Ann

Harding

very proud cf their beautiful performances. We did well in basketball, too, and, with Bootie Pcarch as captain, started the season by winning against shcne, also, in the song Blackstone. contest, when we rah-rahhed into second

made us

feel

We

place and all on account of some extracurricular work on the part of Hawkins.

Christmas came, and with it the party our Seniors. Can we ever forget Midge and the dozens of pails heating Russian Tea? Fran, Pritch, and Mary Mocre developing muscles from inking so many favors? Above all, Mary Brame as a very large and waddling Santa? We must have returned from Christmas packed with dynamite, because that's what our Production was. We gave it all we had. Maria Jackson was the source of our inspiration, and with Nancy Jeffries to help her, it just had to be a terrific show. for

We

called

it

"Women Are Here To

Stay," and, if you take was an understatement.

Exams

it

from

us, that

— hmmm — they were

terrific

too!

Now

that we've passed lightly over that topic, though some tossed them off too lightly and landed with a thump, the next big question was that of May Day

Anne Motley, Jean Ridenour, and Frances Turner were chosen to represent the beauty of our class. Jean Ridenour, too, had charge of our Sing a gay comedy dealing with birthbeauties.

days, but not the conventional kind.

Apart from the various events, who won't look back with nostalgia on the other day-to-day happenings. Ready and the rest of our sister class and our serenades and parties; the informal gatherings for a pep-rally on our halls; the sevenleague slippers of our ever-present and allknowing house president; the cries of "hot-dog" and "grilled cheese" at the stroke of 10; the buns and donuts on Sundays extolled by a hard-driven commission and a graying Shirley; and finally

down the hall who made much noise at THIS hour. Our affection and gratitude go to our

those people so

advisers: to Dr. Schlegel for his smile and encouragement, and to Mrs. Slayton for interest and understanding. And always will linger a fond memory cf the halls where we were really Sophomores not always wise, not always stately, but always full of the zest for life and fun.

her


VIEW OF CAMPUS FROM EDITH STEVENS SCIENCE HALL


Left to right: D. Boswick, Kreienbaum, French, B. Ahbitt,

McElroy

FRESHMEN OFFICERS BETTY ABBITT

SARAH McELROY

President

-

Vice'President

JEAN KREIENBAUM

Secretary

DOROTHY BOSWICK

Treasurer


CLASS OF EDDIE

ANN

'53

ABBITT

BETTY ABBITT SHIRLEY JESSIE

ANN ABERNATHY

AMORY

CATHERINE ANDERSON FRANCES ANDREWS JEAN

GRAHAM

ATKINS

BETTY JEAN AYERS

HELEN BARROW BETSY BEVELL

CELESTE WISE BISHOP

ROSA KENT BISHOP

LINA BLACKWELL

NAN

E.

BLAND

BARBARA ANN BOOKER GRACE BOOKER

CLARA ELLEN BORUM

ANN BOSWELL DOROTHY ANNE BOSWICK SCOTTIE BOURNE

NELL BRADSHAW

POLLY BROTHERS

ROBERTA BARKLEY BROWNING NATHALIE BRYANT


THE FRESHMEN

DOROTHY BURNETT SIS

BURTON

BARBARA CARTER BARBARA CASKEY

HELEN CASTROS JOYCE ANNE

CHEATHAM

JIMMY CLARK OLIVIA

ANN COLEMAN

SARAH ANNE CONLEY BARBARA ANN COTTON JUDY COX

BARBARA CRAFTS

ANN CROWDER VIRGINIA

DAWSON

GLORIA JOAN

de

SILVA

BARBARA ANN DODD

GLADYS DOWDY HELEN DeSHIELA FONES

DOROTHY DELL FUGATE BARBARA GAMBLE

BARBARA GARNER JOYCE CATLING

BUNNY ROWENA GIBSON HAZEL GOWIN

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF MARY FRANCES GRAUBE LUCY PAGE HALL MARJORIE HALL KATHERINE ANNE HAMLET

BARBARA HAMNER BETTY HANCOCK BETSY HANKINS

CHALLICE HAYDON

NANCY HAYNES BOBBIE

ANN HOWARD

FRANCES RUTH HOWELL

ANNE HUMPHREYS

ANN

KEITH HUNDLEY

IVA JEAN HURST

LOU JAMISON BETTY JO JENNINGS

JEAN JINNETT

MARY ANNE JOHNSON WINSTON JOHNSON

ANNE

C.

JONES

SARAH ANN JONES

MARY FRANCES

JOSEPH

WANDA KARLET BARBARA KEELING

COLLEGE

.

'53


THE FRESHMEN SONIA

KILE

S.

JEAN KREIENBAUM

DONNA MARIA KUNKLER NANCY LAWRENCE

PATRICIA LEE

JANE BRANCH LIVELY

CAROLINE McDonald

SARAH STUART McELROY

THELMA McGAFFEE VIRGINIA McLEAN ROBBIE

DRUMMOND MANTIPLY

VIRGINIA

JANIE M.

H.

MANVELL

MATTOX

JEANNE BISCOE

CAROLYN

V.

MERCER

MICHAEL

HARRIET BYRD MINICHAN

ANNE MURPHY ROBERTA OBENSHAIN

MARY ANNA

OLIVER

JULIA ELVIRA OLIVIERI

ANNIE LEE OWEN JEAN PARTRIDGE

DIANE

D.

PFLUGFELDER

JANICE PINKARD

LONGWOOD


CLASS OF

'53

DOROTHY MAE REED

NANCY REED JOYCE RICHARDSON

CHARLOTTE ROBERTSON

MARTHA FRANCES SANFORD ALMA SCOTT LILLIAN SHELTON

BETTY CLAY SHINHOLSER

MARGUERITE SMITH JUDITH SPINDLER

MARGARET

A.

STABLES

JOANNE STECK

MARGARET ANN ELIZABETH

STEELE

ANNE STONE

BETTY JANE STOOTS

HELEN MINOR TANNER

MARGARET TAYLOR PATRICIA TAYLOR

JANE RANDOLPH THOMAS LUCILLE MARIE

THOMPSON

BETTY TYLER

JAN VAN HORN SUE WEBB

ANN

COLLEGE

LEE WEBBER


THE FRESHMEN LORENE EILEEN WEGNER

ANN

M. WIDGINS

BETSY

HAZEL

CAROLYN WILEY A.

WILKINS

ROBERTA WILSON LELIA WINGFIELD

AMANDA WRIGHT NANCY CARROLL WOOLDRIDGE

FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY a fN September 19, 1949, the majority of the one hundred and fifty' four Freshmen staggered into the Rotunda beneath the weight of bags, boxes, and various incidentals. Multitudes of un^ familiar faces stared unblinkingly at each of us, but they wore such friendly smiles that we settled ourselves, immediately beginning to enter into our new college life. At first we spent most of our time learning our way around the campus and thumbing through the handbook, but soon felt at home. It wasn't long before things were

really interesting.

October 18 was Rat Day, and since we were the ''Rats," we found ourselves stay' ing up most of the night before preparing

The

next day, the longest day of the year, was spent falling on our knees praising '52 and obeying various other commands dictated by the deadly Sophomores. Finally, night spread its wings over the tired Freshmen, and noth' ing was left of the Rat Day, 1949, except the anticipation of Big Rat Court the next night. The Rat Day ceremonies were closed officially by Lou Jamison, ringing the bell fifty'two times in honor of the Sophomores.

for the ordeal.

Our

first

major operation was Circus,

with Roberta Browning as the chairman. Our theme was "Hit the Deck," a card fantasy. Many Freshmen fell into place with the most original theme ever! After much shuffling around we finally got through our first performance before the entire student body. Betsy Hankins represented our class on Circus Court. October

29,

By November we knew each enough to decide

other well

whom we wanted

to be our class leaders. We chose as our class officers: Betty Abbitt, president; Sarah McElroy, vice-president; Jean Kreienbaum, secretary; and Dot Boswick, trea' surer. We chose as our Student Govern'

ment representatives: Jesse Amory and Polly Brothers and as our Student Stand' ;

Mary Elizabeth Bur' ton and Helen Tanner. Twelve members of the class were elected to serve on Freshman Commission, and they were soon installed and began to sell candy on were fortunate enough to the halls. get Mr. French, better known to all of us as "Charlie Hop," as our adviser. With such an adviser backing us we knew we would be a success. ards representatives

:

We

Continued on Page 142


'"K

EDITH STEVENS SCIENCE HALL


TYPICAL SCENE IN THE

70

HOME

OFFICE


''

'^^^r.

•*'-«if

•^j '?fc'<^St

i*sr

1 The Rotunda, Ruffner

ACTIVITIES

Hall

kDO

the students of Longwood, the

College means more than the faculty, the ad' ministration, the buildings, the daily classes. It is

the

spirit,

the friendliness, and the love of

of these. This year

we have worked

make Longwood even a better

all

together to

college.


Left to right:

Thompson, Huegel, Hatcher, Orange,

B. Scott, Parks

Men's Student Government i HE activity

year 1949-1950

saw much

the

on the part of the Men's Student

Government, which was approximately

thirty

When

joined the student

the

body

in the colorful

parade which moved from the college

semester began the Men's Student Govern-

through the

ment was formally inaugurated and worked co-operatively with the

only participated in the

entertainment and concessions, but also

composed of

men.

men not

Though

city.

the

Men's Student Govern-

Women's Student ment has increased considerably

Government,

Student

Standards

ber mittee, Athletic Association,

from

last

year,

further

expected as more and more interest

enroll. It is desired that the

was shown when the

and a men's basketball team, known

Long wood.

became an innovation

The team

played

within

as

held

its

the

school.

handbooks are

at

which

various

men

students

Organisation

now

Individual

being

student

anticipated,

will enable the student to grasp

quickly the esprit de corps so character-

school teams in the vicinity of the college.

When Longwood

is

should move forward to better intergration

Men's Athletic Association was formed

the Pioneers,

num-

success

and Dean's

Council.

Much

in

Com-

annual circus.

istic 72

of

Longwood

College.


Seated, left to right: Dodson, Phillips, Wright,

Standing,

left

to right: Mottley,

M. A.

Agnew, Hylton, Dr. Moss, Bragg, Hughes, Duncan, McRee, Brothers, Amory

Harris,

N.

L.

Mattox

Wilson, Mahood,

Women s Student Government Association i HE Women's

Student Govern-

ment Association, directed by a council elected from and by the student body, is composed of every student in the college.

The Student

Council, as a representative

part of the student body, has tried to ful'

the purposes for which the Student

fill

Government Association was

created: to

unite the students in better living and to direct

and

them

in developing responsibility

self-reliance.

cerely

hope that

achieved

At

We,

a

its

this

the Council,

sin-

organizjation

has

meeting of the student body

Moss was re-elected as our faculty adviser. was under

his guidance

his interest that fully

we

secretary;

leadership of ''B" Hylton. Early in

Novem-

ber came the highly successful Student

Government square dance; and the Christmas season found us busy making favors Christmas banquet. At the end of the school year, the Council was represented at the annual convention of

for our annual

the Southern Intercollegiate Association

purpose.

shortly after the beginning of school, Dr.

It

Helen Agnew, and Judy Hughes, treasurer. Our activities this year were many and varied. Orientation classes for Freshmen were held in September, under the capable

B. Hylton, vice-president;

and because of

functioned so success-

throughout the year. Our

officers

were Elizabeth Bragg, president; Martha

of Student

Government

in

Montevala,

Alabama.

We, this

the Council, should like to take opportunity to thank Dr. Lancaster,

Miss Cleaves, and the

entire student

for their constant cooperation

ance throughout this year.

and

body

assist-


Student Standards As

fall

standing guidance of our sponsors: Miss

with our newly acquired name, Longwood College, the Student Stand-

Bedford, Miss Burger, Miss Cleaves, Dr.

we

lS

entered

our

first

term ards

Sutherland, Miss Stubbs, Dr. Swertfeger,

and other faculty members planned with us.

Committee faced many new prob-

lems pertaining to student activities.

We

were ever conscious of our purpose

''to

Since

bring about a spirit of cooperation in the solution cf student problems

and to

who met and

Longwood College has become

a

coeducational institution, one of the most

foster

important facts of the year for the com-

high standards of action and scholarship;

mittee

to act as a clearing house for problems be-

well as the

tween the student body and the faculty

sentation on Student Standards. At our February meeting, by unanimous vote, men gained representation with two

or administration."

Among this year

the things

was the

we

accomplished

The

realization that the

women were

men

as

entitled to repre-

newly elected members.

actual installation of our

Margaret Beasley served

long-wished-for fluorescent lights in the library.

was the

as

chairman of

the committee; Louise Redd, secretary;

point system which regulates

complete change with careful study of the

Jane Lyons, chairman of the calendar; and Margaret Thomas, chairman of the point

group as a whole and the wise and under-

system.

extra-curricular

First

row: Duncan,

J.

activities

Webb,

underwent

Beckner, Edwards, Phillips,

a

McRee,

S3Cond row: Wright, Bragg, Redd, Beasley, Thomas, Ridenour

74

Eagle


row: Howell, Hamlet, Jones, A. Jones Steck, Lively, Hankins, Bradshaw, Burton,

First

S:cond row:

M.

Taylor, Browning, Abhitt,

Murphy

The Freshman Commission A,

lS

seen as cur class was cr-

ganized and cur cfEcers elected, the Fresh'

man CcmrRissicn was

These

elected.

elected to represent the freshman class to

the

Y.W.C.A. were Jane

Lively,

Fanny

Anne Jones, Margaret Taylor, Anne Jenes, Jo Ann Steck, Ann

wanted

to

show them

appreciated

we

entered

just

how much we

when Longwood and throughout

all

the help they gave us

the year.

Throughout the year we

assisted

with

Hcwell,

the nightly prayers sponsored by the "Y".

Sara

Another of our

was The money

activities of the year

Murphy, Betty Abbitt, Nell Bradshaw,

the selling of food on the

Bert Browning, Kitty Hamlet, Sis Burton,

we made

and Betsy Hankins.

various organizations such as the Jarman

In

December we were busy ''hanging

the green" in the Rotunda.

It

did our

hearts good to help add to the Christmas spirit

at

Longwood

formally installed

College.

We

were

by the Sophomore Com^

mission in January. In February

we

sored a party for our Big Sisters.

spon-

We

hall.

from this was contributed to the

Organ Fund, White Christmas, and others.

When we

think of the good that

the trip up and

down

the

hill

food was not half so bad as

we

We are looking forward to

we

did,

carrying the

thought.

greeting the

new freshmen next year and helping them to settle down for the year at Longwood.


W. C.

Y.

A.

OEPTEMBER^and Of

day of school! girls

ful,

the opening

course this means ''Y"

dressed in white, friendly and cheer'

ready to show the

new

students their

rooms and to help them become accus-

tomed

to their

new home.

After the

first

few days of Freshman Club meetings and

Coke

'n'

Nab

parties, the

new

students

were introduced to the members cf the and administration.

faculty

In October, the

"Y" Cabinet

annual Fall Retreat at

made

plans for the

its

Longwood and

coming

The

year.

regular weekly study-group program

was

and

ac-

one of

the

complished. t

held

projects

planned

Our "Y Lines" column

in the

row: Kemp, Spencer

and

row Wood, Duncan, :

F.

Rotunda helped keep the "Y's"

Turner

activities

before the student body.

The'impressive formal installation of the Freshmen and in October.

The

installation

new

students into the

"Y" was

began with a service in the Methodist Church. Then the

held girls,

dressed in white and carrying white candles, promenaded through the Colonnade and into the

Rotunda, where they sang our "Y" songs and our "Y'' motto repeated.

Also

in

October

we

held the

World Student

Service

Fund

drive and reached our goal, the

collection of $500.

As

always, our Christmas supper of spaghetti

All, both the

members

ot the

was held

in the

"Y" lounge

in

December.

Cabinet and the advisers, had a pleasant evening. The lovely

Christmas pageant was held in the Methodist Church. This was a truly inspiring event. 76

We carried


Y.

W. C.

Throughout the year the "Y" was

out the Christmas spirit with the traditional ''hanging of the green"

around the

after dinner.

mas"; each organization on campus con-

This always

spirational period for us.

tributed to a fund for charity. In Febru-

we had

re-

sponsible for prayers, held every night

Rotunda. Then came the "White Christ'

ary,

A.

is

a quiet in-

The "Y"

also

helped the needy, working with welfare

the biggest event of the year, organizations of the town.

Religious Emphasis

Week. Our speaker

Our

capable and efficient president this

was Mr. Byron Wilkinson of Richmond,

who

led inspiring bull sessions

discussions, held personal conferences,

spoke to us in chapel .on

year

and open

discreet guide.

and

With

and carry on the

V. Spencer, Duncan, Wood, Kemp,

Standing: P. Walker, Foreman, Gerrells, Campbell, Stickley

77

Farrier,

M. Thomas

a helpful

and a

this leadership

were able to complete

"Maximum

Christianity."

Seated; Wright, Ferratt, F. Turner,

was Dolores Duncan,

we

a successful year

fine tradition of

our "Y".


House Council vJUICK,

and

shut'up

turn

the lights out. Here comes Jackie Wright

on her nightly gathered

girls

hours.

vigil!"

for

Although

Thus spoke

bull

a

session

the after

were supposed to

lights

be out at eleven, Miss Cress and Jackie often found

it

necessary to break up those

who

noisy crowds, selves

always excused them'

by feigning such things

as seeing

bats or strange people, or hearing mys' terious screaming stories

some

girls

on the

halls.

Truly the

can think up to try to

keep out of getting a "call down!"

All in

all,

the year

hall presidents First

row;

J.

found

was

it

fun.

Even the

hard to keep their

Moody, Wright, Kaknis

Second row: Franklin, Phipps, Jackson,

B. Pollard

poker

faces

when they were

severely

reprimanding some of the habitual prank' sters.

With

the kind and most faithful help of our house mothers

and Mrs. Eastham

Howard

—the

—and the

college hostesses

House Council had

Kaknis, vice'president; Jackie

Presidents were Jo

Anna

a

— Mrs. Tabb,

—Mrs.

Slayton,

Mrs. Hamner,

Mrs. Green, Mrs. Holladay, and Mrs

most successful year. Jackie Wright was president; Helen

Moody,

secretary,

and

Mary Helen Cook,

treasurer.

Phipps, Bobbie Pollard, Maria Jackson, and Betty Tyler. 78

The House


The Colonnade

WfHERE

hid-

Janice Slavin, editor of movie reviews;

''Why can't the COLON' NADE come out more often?" We, the would like to express heart-felt staff,

Helen Arington, art editor; and Katie Cobb, editor cf the humor column, "Right From the Cobb," we couldn't fail.

ing

who

are those

girls

say,

thanks for their appreciation cf our efforts. great teamwork to get three It took issues to the publishers on time (maybe one day late) because this year our poor overworked editor-in-chief, Anne Langbein,

has had

to

initiate

several

new

writers into the mysteries of working on the school magazine.

essay editor; Sara Creger, book review Lila

Peggy Peery, photographer; and

Easley,

circulation

manager.

bined efforts of the more experienced staff members. With Polly Nasser, business manager; Barbara Andrews, poetry editor;

row:

B.

Nancy

Charlotte

Jeffries,

King

winning

stories.

express

cur

Jones Here,

their

prize-

should

like to

for

we

appreciation

to

the

three

Mr. Thomas A. Malloy, Miss Mary Nichols, and Mr. James

M.

Grainger, and to our beard of

student judges their time

:

and

who

so generously gave us

services.

Our

mistakes were smoothed over by the com-

First

sophomore transand second prize to

third place honors to a fer,

faculty judges cf the contest

The clever novices included Edith Duma, managing editor; Jackie Jardine, editor;

In November, our short story editor was proud and happy to award first and

An extra-large round of applause is due our advisers: Mrs. Thomas A. Malloy, Mr. James M. Grainger, Miss Lucille Mr. Robert Vickers.

Jennings, and

Wilson, Andrews, Duma, Langbein, Nasser, Smethie, Cobb, Easley

Second row: Campbell, Atkinson, Harper, Pollard, Pickett, Black, Smallwood, Peery, Jackson, Slavin, Jardine, Arington, Acree


The Rotunda i HERE'S no

business

like

know!" So runs a song (apologies are due Mr. Cole Porter) which just about sums up press business, the best business

I

the attitude of that dedicated group of

Longwood students known as the Rotunda staff. Though they gnash their teeth and bewail their lot as the editor cracks the

whip over

their heads, not

one can deny

that printer's ink courses wildly through their veins

from Wednesday to Wednes'

day. ''Deadlines, headlines, by-lines, cut' lines, etc.", all

sorts

the paraphrase continues. Yes,

of ''lines" keep the

staff in a harried state.

Rotunda

Deadlines are the

particular bane of every staff

member's

The circle of deadlines begins on Wednesday night when Mary Jo, existence.

Crowgey, Lynch, and Wilson hand out assignments coupled with pleadings to get copy in

on time. During the weekend

Manager Mary Leigh and

"Little" of the

Desk join in the job of gentle browbeating and story sleuthing until the box in the publications office holds a gratifying pile First

row

:

of copy. Helen and her ad crew are busy

Slavin, Dr. Schlegel

Second row:

J.

in the

Smith, Eagle, Meredith

meantime cajoling inches out of

business concerns and preparing ad copy for their deadline at the printer's.

The

week sees a mad news, and on Tuesday night the ranks first

of each

struggle to harvest late stories and features, late breaking

of the faithful meet in the office for a session of make'Up,

head writing and proof reading prior to hustling the "baby"

Wednesday Grace and Meanwhile Jan has been Slavin

off to bed.

Millie and the circulation team have a delivery deadline to meet.

to keep the paper out of bankruptcy. Patient creditors, a benevolent College administration,

and

her talent for juggling the books have lightened the forbidding task. Dr. Schlegel this year assumed the job of dispensing advice and help to the Rotunda It

was our pleasure

to run to Dr. Schlegel

and grammar. Here the

staff

found

a

with knotty problems of

staunch friend

skirmishes with segments of our public.

We

who

staff.

policy, journaUstic practice,

guided us safely through occasional

also delight in plaguing

busy Dean Savage and the


Rotunda (continued) rest

cf the faculty committee with

quests for advice. printers, to

Nor can we

plate.

re'

whom we owe much

gratitude

Every year the Rotunda innovations that

toward

steps

year

staff

in

when

new

activity

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; College we

staif

mem'

publicity

find that

actually laugh at problems

sees

we

This

ting

on the inside track

can

which once

seemed earth'shaking. We've enjoyed

are forward

a better newspaper.

get'

as College history

(for

was made, and we've done our best to reflect fairly student news and opinions,

"the reader will please assume a

keeping our professional ethics in mind.

two new columnists added

to the

sheet's readership. Turner's 'Tedro"

whom

a

Looking back now,

undergoes

and each year

we hope

rare occasions

work.

in addition to our dollar debts.

a change in personnel,

On

bers found an extra moment, they dabbled

forget the

Mexican accent") contributed cal note,

Now

a whimsi'

Field" created

week. The

its

comment each was dressed up with

more

share cf

front page

the addition of Arington's

Seated. Pittard, Bowling, Connelly,

it

can be told that

it

has been fun,

and invaluable experience besides. Once

and Smallwood's "Scanning the

we

pick

up the threads cf Mr.

Porter's melody, "Yes, yes,

new name^

on with the

press!"

Crowgey, Thompson, Wilson, Carter

Second row; Weeks, Beard, Anderson, Wood, Gibson, Critjer, Hart, Pollard, Peery, Arington, McLean, Browning, Hobbs Third row: Stack, Stoots, Turner, Loving, Johnson, Hoffman, Smallwood, Wheeler, Vaughan 81


Left to right:

Agnew,

Kaknis,

Webb, Mr. McCorkle

The Virginian The

'stafF

was, as usual, in a

of the 1950 Virginian

rush to get an

terrific

on "'baby." September,

'49,

found us getting things lined up for

indi'

early start

vidual and group pictures

Mac

and Mr.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;with

Joyce

plotting to get the photog^

but

all

the more determined to live up to

our record with this year's book.

There followed many plans book's development.

staff

went

to work.

too.

weather was more agreeable to us

this

upon, the whole

with hardly any of the usual Farm' while the group pictures were

being taken.

Late

in

the

represented the

Joyce

fall,

staff at

and Helen

the Virginia Inter'

collegiate Press Association

Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Conference at

They brought

back the best news of the year: the 1949 Virginian had placed

first

in its class.

were excited and happy over the

We

results.

our

finally

A nice job

they did,

As soon as the dedication was decided

The

year,

for

was

color

decided on, and Miss Bedford and the art

rapher here at exactly the right time.

ville rain

The

staff

began canvassing

every hall in the school for subscriptions.

Helen and Romine were certainly kept busy handling the money. What a job! We even set a deadline for taking in sub' scriptions, in order to get

them

in time to

begin further preparations on the book.

That was the "Scotchman's" suggestion, you have probably guessed. Every spare moment was spent in numbering, trimming, and mounting pictures. How

as

could there be so

many

students?


:

Virginian (continued) managed those

Speaking of pictures, Joyce and Georgia tripped around school for days getting

snapshots of

Our

at

life

Longwood

The "Scotchman"

some good snaps.

If

about

you haven't

seen them, just ask the freshmen.

The

right after

correctly

dummy rial in

our return from Christmas

getting

typed,

articles

getting

drawn, and getting

written

printer's

all

the mate'

is

ject

labeled

book."

revising,

it!

Mahood,

just

It

After

over,

We could not have

think

Not

"chemistry,"

about

all

there

but is

he

also

to

know

We

can't

we

awaiting the arrival of "the

came all

—and were we proud

the

realised

Livesay, Johnson, Swihart, Borkey

83

of

work and worry was what a pleasure it had

been to produce the 1950 Virginian.

Left to right

Jones,

we

Near the end of May, we were im-

Seated: Spencer, Duvall, Franklin, Bailey, Crawford, Newell

Agnew,

people

he professor of that terrible sub-

only

patiently

Miss Bedford's talented hand and mind

Standing:

first

our ''Scotchman," Mr. Mac.

and advice.

and typing. helped us in art work.

Miss

Since thanks are in the

thank him enough for his kindly assistance

the Virginian mailed to the printer.

We fell to with a will —writing,

had not been

adviser.

about producing a year book.

and

the

is

knows

biggest jobs stared us in the face

holidays

Foster.

it

literary

way, one of the

camera, gotten last year, has

little

stood us in good stead. also took

Nancy

College.

articles if

our capable

for


First

row:

Phillips,

Duncan, Kaknis, Wright, Roady, Eagle

Second row: Burnette, Beasley, Hylton, Ritter, Bragg, Banks, Gravely

Gamma

Alpha Kappa Ai

.LPHA Kappa Gamma, an honorary society, has set high standards for those women who have proved them' selves most eminent in constructive leader-

ants were Betsy Wilson, Jackie Jardine,

and Betsy

ship.

The Jean

Circle had for its capable ad'

Miss Burger, Miss Stubbs, and Miss Cress. The officers for this year were Jackie Wright, president; Dolores Duncan, vice'president; Norma Roady, secretary; and Jackie Eagle, treasurer. The other members when school opened were June Banks, Elizabeth Bragg, Martha Hylton, Helen Kaknis, Ray Phillips, and Patsy Ritter. During the year we tapped Mar' visers:

garet

was delighted when Margaret Ann Shel' ton made her appearance as ringmaster. Norma Roady was Queen, and her attend'

Beasley,

Page

Burnette,

Betsy

Agnew, Hilda Edwards, Judy Hughes, Anne Langbein, and Sue Gravely, Helen

Walker. In October, "The Four Seasons" was the theme of our annual circus. The crowd

her

Hankins,

each

representing

class.

We

took great pride in having the annual convention on our campus. Dele'

from Columbia College, Queens and the University of South Carolina joined us in an inspiring and worth'while program. This year saw the beginning of a new program sponsored by the local circle, which provided weekend entertainment gates

College,

for

Long wood students.

To

foster high ideals, to

promote

cO'

ordination of various college activities,

and to preserve the of the college

ideals

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;these

Alpha Kappa Gamma.

and traditions

are the purposes of


Kdppa Delta The for Juniors field

national honorary society and Seniors excelling in the

of education

Kappa Delta

Pi.

is

known

as

Kappa Delta

Pi encourages high pro'

and personal stand' duty cf the educator toward mankind. The Beta Epsilon Chap' ter was founded on our campus in 1928, replacing Pi Kappa Omega, which was founded in 1918.

fessional, intellectual,

ards, emphasizing the

The programs of this year were based on the Fine Arts. Dr. John

W.

Molnar, head

of the Department of Music, demonstrated

with

recorded

music

the

nationalistic

trend of music and the varied characteris' of such music. Other excellent pro' grams were presented by Mr. Robert C. Vickers, speaking on art, and Mrs. Lan^ drum, speaking on choreographic music. tics

First

Pi

The annual Christmas Tea Room, was

banquet, held in

Soon were under way for the spring reception in honor of the Freshmen and Sophomores who ranked in the upper quartile of their classes. the

a gala occasion.

after examinations plans

This year Beta Epsilon Chapter con' tributed to the Library the two most recent books of the Kappa Delta Pi Lec' ture Series. This is a list cf outstanding educational books recommended by Na' tional headquarters. Dr. Ethel Sutherland as our adviser has been our constant champion, inspiring us to even greater achievement. The officers of the year, proving themselves to be very capable, were Judy Hughes, president; June Banks, vicC'president; Ruth Walker, secretary; Cornelia Marstcn, treasurer; and Barbara Andrews, historian.

row: Duvall, Marston, Weeks, Felton, P. Walker, Agee

Second row: Nasser, Divers, Duma, Hughes, Spencer, Kibler, Pittard

Third row: V. Spencer, Edmunds, Farmer, Everett, Bedinger, Harris, Critzer, Grizzard, Love, P. Burnette Fourth row: Asher, Bauserman, House, Agnew, Droste, Carter, McGhee, Meredith, Crowder, R. Walker,

S.

Walker, Kaknis


First

row: Smethie, D. Dodd, Banks, Shank,

Second row: Agnew,

J.

P. Burnette

Smith, Wade. House

Beorc Eh Thorn BeORC

Eh Thorn,

the English

honor society on the campus, derives

name from the letters,

to its

its

three old English rune

Beorc Eh Thorn, which symboHze

members the study of

literature, the

inspiration of creative writing, and the

necessary to achieve

discipline

literary

The

first

activity of the organization

was

that of revising the consti-

tution of Beorc

needs

felt

Eh Thorn

to

meet new

by both students and faculty

former resident of Farmville.

For the topic of study during the

ses'

the members chose Contemporary

A number of

books were selected for reading and

dis'

cussion by the society during the various

meetings.

This year, Beorc Eh Thorn welcomed

new members Majorie Agee, John :

Cook, Edith Duma, Page Joyner,

Ann

Langbein, Charlotte Williams, and

Billie

Jane Barber. June Banks served as presi' dent; Lois Stevens, vice-president; Page

Burnette,

advisers.

sion,

placed upon the works of Scott Hart, a

seven

expression.

this year

Southern Writers. The main emphasis was

corresponding

secretary.

Dodd, recording secretary; Smethie, treasurer.

Dot

Beverley


Gammd Mu

Pi X

Gamma

I

science honor society

Mu

is

the

social

on our campus. This

organization invites as its members students

who have shown

outstanding interest and

ability in the field of social science

rank high in scholarship.

were happy to welcome

Among as our

and who those

we

new mem-

organization,

purposes,

and

debt of thanks to our

new

foundation

ideals.

We

owe

a

sponsor, Dr.

shown

Marvin W.

Schlegel.

great interest in Pi

He

Gamma

and has been an inspiration to

all

has

Mu its

members.

bers are the following: Mildred Carter,

Edith Duvall, Frances Everett, Rena Hayes, Calvin Hatcher, and

Mae

Anne Mc-

We chose as our general theme this year one in which

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Events. Also

we were

all

tremendously

Understanding

we

Current

chose a secondary goal,

that of getting better acquainted with our

First

close

was the annual Spring

Banquet, which was held

Mullan.

interested

Bringing our school year to an exciting

and pleasant

row: Kibler,

S.

Walker, Langbein, Love, Felton, Agee

Second row: Grizzard, Kaknis, Weeks

The lows:

officers for this

Denise Love,

Grizzard,

late in the spring.

year were as

president;

vice-president;

fol-

Barbara

Barbara

An'

drews, secretary; and Helen Kaknis, treasurer.


First

row Duncan, Simmons, Farmer, Banks, Williams, :

Second row: Foreman, Hogge, Marston,

Third row: Wright, Allen, Gray,

S.

Critzer, Kibler

Walker, Hite, Weeks, Nasser, House, Swann, Agee

Cobb,

P. Burnette, Short, Harris,

Beale,

Caldwell

Fourth row: Lucy, Ritter, Black, R. Walker

Future Teachers TiHE

Future Teachers of Amer'

of

America

the chapter sponsored a radio program on

ica seeks to create interest in professional

the "Voice cf

leadership, to further the understanding

program was

Longwood Hour." This

in the

form of a discussion of

the

current school problems by future teachers

National Education Association, to study

and present teachers. In February we initiated new members from each department of the College. In order to become a member of Future Teachers of America, a student must be recommended by the head of her depart' ment and sanctioned by the chapter mem' bers. The officers of the J. L. Jarman Chapter this year were the following: Connie Marston, president; Ellen Moyer, vicc'president; Jean Hogge, secretary; Annie Swann, treasurer; Juanita Weeks, Hbrarian, and Dr. J. P. Wynne, our ever'

the

of

activities

and

services

of

the traditions and practices of the teach' profession, and to develop in the members those powers and qualities recog'

ing

ni7;ed

as desirable assets of professional

This year the J. L. Jarman Chapter conducted a study of experiences teachers.

prior to student teaching, the actual stU'

dent teaching, and an evaluation after student teaching.

Members

of our chapter also contri'

buted to a program of celebration on John Dewey's birthday, October 20. In Novem^ ber, in

honor of National Education Week,

.

faithful adviser.


Association of Childhood Education L HE Association of Childhood Education was formed in 1930 by the merging of two organizations, the Inter' national Kindergarten Union and the National Council of Primary Education. The purposes of the Association are to work for the education and welhbeing of children; to bring into active cooperation all

groups interested in children in the

home, the school, and the community; to promote desirable educational programs and practices in the elementary schools, including the nursery school, the kinder' garten, the primary, and the intermediate; and to raise the standard of professional training for teachers and leaders in the field. To achieve these purposes the Asso' ciation is guided by a philosophy of education which is flexible and which

First

changes to meet the needs inherent in a changing society, as related particularly to children and to the preparation of teachers.

We

initiated twenty new elementary majors this year. Lelia Mae Ferratt, our capable president, led us through a successful year. Assisting Lelia Mae were Lucy Ann Edmonds, who gave us some excellent programs; Connie Heather, seC'

retary;

and Irma Lee Allison, treasurer.

Miss Alice Carter was our capable and adviser. This

Christmas

we went

to

friend

Rice,

Virginia, and presented a program for the children. This spring we had a guest speaker,

Mr.

Paskal,

who was

quite in-

teresting.

row: Williams, Dodson, Heather, Ferratt, Edmunds, Allison, Avedikian, Richardson, Robertson

Second row: Duncan, Adams, Peake, H. Smith,

M.

Smith, Pollard, Old, Bruce, Farmer

Third row: Maddox, Droste, Hobbs, Connelly, Clarke, McRee, B. Spencer, O'Loughlin, E. Hawley Fourth row: Vaughan, Adams, L. Jones, Sekeres, Harris, Kelsev, Hughes, A. Crit:er, Ford Fifth row: Elder, Oliver,

Bryant

Miss Carter, Younger, Crute,

B.

Johnson, Trayham, Crowgey, P. White, Lindsey, Lanktord, Cromar,


First

row:

F. Ferguson, J. Smith,

House,

B. Ferguson,

Maddox, Banks, M. Smith

Second row: Morton, Gray, Lacy, Cromar, O'Loughhn

Dramatic Club T^_

i HE

Dramatic Club really with much enthusiam in Sep' tember despite the fact that we no longer had an auditorium because of the fire last year. Under the leadership and splendid

and these have been a great help to them. They had fun making up one another and practicing many of the principles they had learned in their meetings.

direction of Betty Ferguson, our president,

the Farmville High School Club a great

started off

The

other

mem'

bers of the executive board

were

vice'

we were

guided capably.

presidents,

Smith;

Betty House and

secretary,

Mary

B.

Nancy Lee Maddox;

and business manager, Robbie Cromar; Hghting, Jane Grey; make'up, Carrie Ann CLoughlin; co'heads of prop' erties and staging, Carol Bird Stoops and Helen Hardin; acting, Frances Ferguson, and costuming, Lucy Jane Morton. Even though we have not been able to have any large plays this year, our appren' tices have given several apprentice plays. treasurer

One deal

of our

with

girls,

their

Ann

plays

Nock,

assisted

and courses

in

dramatics.

The costume utili2;ed

state

by high

and

rental service has been

schools throughout the

local religious

and

civic organi'

nations.

The

retirement of Miss Leola Wheeler,

our former adviser, was keenly organization but sisted

by our

we

felt

by our

have been ably

faculty

advisory

as'

board:

Mrs. Charles Hall Davis, Mrs. Janice Lemen and Miss Emily Barksdale, who have served us in many ways.


Granddaughters Club

W

E

Club have had

new

girls

of

the

Granddaughters

a successful year. Thirty

joined our society.

We were de^ number of

lighted to have such a large girls is

who

can proudly say, ''My mother

most en'

a

officers this

year were as follows:

ident, Claudia

Anderson; secretary, Geop

Nancy Walker; and

gia bailey; treasurer,

reporter,

Anne

Burnette.

To

each

we

say

"a job well done."

an alumna of Longwood College."

Our Christmas party was

The

president, Virginia Westbrook; vice'pres'

Founders Day called us to love

:

welcoming the

a labor of

alumnae and

visiting

joyable occasion. After the initiation of

other friends and escorting

the

new

girls,

ments while

we

we were

served refresh'

told each other

who

mothers were and in what year they

the college.

seniors in high school

First

It

was very

and enjoyable.

row: C. Anderson, N. Walker, Westbrook

Second row: Bailey, Burnette

will be future

members of the Granddaughters Club.

could never mention a successful

box dance and cake walk.

who

at'

year without mentioning our annual juke

profitable

them around

have also entertained

our

tended Longwood College.

We

We

Even though we profitable year,

we

feel this

realize

would not have been

has been a

time and again so

without the

all-time efforts of our adviser,

Miss Wall.

that it


Left to right

:

Barnes, Stoops, Nelson, Shackleford, Nock, F. Turner,

West

Eastern Shore Club L HE

end of another glorious

summer on the sandy beaches of the penin' sula

who were

In the spring our juke-box dance in the

farewell to

Rec. was a success. Thanks go to every

had come. The ten cf us

returning to

Longwood bade

our families and friends.

any new sheep in our

We

didn't have

flock

since the

twelve'year high-school program had come into effect, absorbing

been 1949 graduation Rai,

Nancy,

Nock, Sue,

what would have

classes.

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Hetty

Janie, Frances T., Frances S.,

Indie, Billie Jane,

and Norma

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

established residences for another year

in the different dormitories

Our purposes

on campus.

include the creation of a

friendly atmosphere

seemed to furnish the only opportunities cf getting together as one big family.

among the

girl in

the club for putting

of the

money was put

on our scholarship fund; it

for

it

in the

we

over.

Most

bank to go

used some cf

our farewell party in the spring.

Miss Craddock remained our faithful and adviser. We all injoyed the

friend

strawberry shortcake party she gave us

very

much.

We

sang

our

club

song:

"Over On The Eastern Shore" and added a few more verses. Our officers were Anne Nock, presi-

girls

here

dent; Janie Richards, vice-president; Nor-

and the encouragement of high school

girls

ma

to

come

to

Longwood.

Our meetings

Gladding,

secretary-treasurer;

Frances Stringfellow, reporter.

and


Northern Neck Club J UST what is the Northern Neck? Surely you must know! It is the dear old spot between the mighty Rappa^ hanncck and the broad, blue Potomac. Our club is purely a social one, and we admit we have some wonderful times tO' gether. This year our main objective has been to encourage students from the Northern Neck high schools to choose

Longwood College

were the following Ann Conley, Jean Mercer, Catherine Ander^ son, Ann Biddlecomb, Helen Fones, Dolly for the first time

Lillian

Shelton,

initiated these

Nan

First

A

all,

was our

To

successful juke box

dance given for the benefit of the high school students visiting our campus that

The White

week-end. Lively,

schools represented Stone,

Wicomico,

were and

Tappahannock.

Our

club has been quite successful this

year, thanks to our ever faithful Charlie

Hop. Without him, we would have been

Bland,

at a complete loss.

Our

club officers this year were presi'

dent, Margaret Forrester; vice-president,

Max

Acree; secretary and treasurer,

Ann

new members by

Mottley; and reporter, Irma Lee Allison.

home of

Of course our adviser was Mr. Raymond HoUiday French, our Charlie Hop.

giving a hamburger feast at the

Mr. Graham.

top them

:

Joyce Richardson, and Lorene Wegner.

We

party held at Farnham High School.

as their institution for

higher learning. Those entering our club

Blackwell,

Equally stimulating was the Christmas

wonderful time

we

had.

row: Forrester, Motley, Allison, Mercer, French, Bland, Lamb, Acree, Wilson

Second row: Richardson, Blackwell, Conley, Anderson, Shelton, Biddlecomb


row: Beale, Pollard, McRee, Ridenour, Stansbury, Pettit

First

Second row: Nasser, Droste, Westhrook, Lloyd, McLean, Dunford, Caskey, Cromar, Allen, Breeden, Adams, McElroy

Richmond Club Oi'UR

first

year

was

a

busy one

many of us, but we feel that it has been

for

an eventful and

satisfactory

one.

We

Richmonders organized because we wanted to interest other girls in the college, to

work

with our alumnae, and to have We started out with all the problems of a new club, but we found our fairy godmother in the form of Kathleen G. Cover, our sponsor and guide through closer

fun together.

and to catch up on the summer's happenings. We had so much fun that we decided to make the picnic an annual affair! The Christmas party at Miller and Rhoads in Richmond was a great pleasure. This tea was in honor of prospective students. They left the tea more enthusiastic than ever about coming to Long wood. They had already caught the spirit and friendli'

fall at'

As we didn't want them to forget us, each of us wrote to a girl on our list. After many postponements, we finally had our juke box dances in March and April. Our officers for the year were Polly

tended and got a better insight into college

Nasser, president; Virginia Westbrook,

the year.

We

had our tea in Richmond

in June,

1949, and felt confident and proud that

our

first

undertaking had been a success.

Several girls entering school this

life.

to

We

started off the year

with a picnic

become acquainted with our new

girls

ness of the college.

vice-president; Charlotte Williams, secretary-treasurer;

and Joyce Adams, reporter.


The Farmville Club known

i HE

Farmville Club, formerly-

bridge. Since our reorganization last year,

as the

Town

campus

organisation on

Club

is

the

our main task has been the redecoration cf

for the girl

day

our room.

Girls'

students of the college. This club was

re'

and

we

Now

it

looks quite

"homey"

enjoy stopping off there between

and eating during lunch period.

organized last year as an effort to get the

classes

day students to

Our mailboxes have proved most

Longwocd.

much

We

feel

an integral part of

feel that

we

to accomplish our purpose this year.

The town

girls

and many hold

Our

Officers for the 1949-1950 session

were Rebecca Kelsey, president; Joan

on campus

Missimer, vice-president; Margaret Jones, treasurer;

offices in these.

have a room in Ruffner Hall

which we may study latest bits of

to the on-campus students in contacting us.

have taken an active part

in the different organizations

We

have done

helpful

news

or catch

up on the

or play a hasty

Left to right: Lacy, Kelsey, Missimer,

M.

in

Jones

game of

Ruth Lacy,

Harris, Student tive.

Mrs.

adviser.

secretary, Elizabeth

Government Representa-

Eveleyn

Coleman

is

our


Lef*:

to right:

M.

J.

Smith, Hoback,

Anderson, Girard,

J.

M.

Jackson

The French Circle In to

all

the

September

new and

Then followed

we

France."

said ''Bonjour"

"Comment

in preparing

busy with plans

we

we

said,

"Let's get

for the club."

We started we

that

was the purpose

it.

Leading the schemes were two responsi-

allezi'vous?" Naturally since the reply was,

"Tres bien, merci,"

least,

that guided us through our hours spent

old French students.

the question,

At

ble figures.

Miss Helen Draper and Miss

Suzanne Girard. Without them our records

have

might have been blank. Their direction

chalked up another eventful year for "Le

and leadership made France come to Le

Cercle Francais."

Cercle Francais.

to work;

kept at

it;

and

We crammed our regular monthly meet' We had

The

ings with songs, skits, and games. fun, but as

we played, we

learned

much

France and the great French culture. circus booth

was

capable officers for the. year were

as follows:

Helen Hardin, president; Jean

Anderson, vice-president; Maria Jackson,

of

Our

treasurer;

Mary

Jo Smith, reporter; and

Suzanne Girard, program chairman.

truly "something from 96


Spanish

Club

Seated: Westbrook,

Agnew

Standing: Lacy, Morton, Kaknis

o,'NCE who

every month

all

of us

took Spanish got together for the

entre las Americas.'' Olga Rodriguez and Patria Perez, to

meeting of "El Club Espanol."

ful,

At our first meeting we were introduced new members of the club. At subsequent meetings we learned

year.

through

fiesta;

to the officers and

planned

programs

of

songs, poems, and skits, and,

Spanish

with the

very capable aid of our Puerto Rican dents, to

know

stU'

each other better and to

carry out our motto: "La2;os mas estrechos

whom we

are very grate-

have been our program chairmen this

Besides our monthly meetings there were also the circus in the tall; the

Christmas

Pan American Day, celebrated with

an assembly program and a radio broadcast; and, the

weather being

fair, a

picnic

in true Spanish style as the last of our

programs for the year.


First

row:

Kile, Goff, F.

Thomas, Miller, Minichan,

Farrier, Seward, Ramsey, Turner, Kimbrough, Van Horn Humphreys, Barrow, Shelton, Henderson, Short, Brisentine, Robertson

Second row: Baker, Gregory, Conner,

J.

Fourth row: Lucy, Jones, Wilkerson,

McCombs

Home Economics Club T.HE the

fall,

at

Home

its

voted to become

Eccnomics Club in

organizational aifiliated

meeting,

with the college

Home

Eco-

for the year.

pro-

students

vides us with the opportunity to

know

our professional organization.

Our

made

:

treasurer;

Margaret Forrester,

chairman; Sonia Kile and Jan

Van

cious.

before Christmas.

And

Economics Department. In October we gave a tea in the

a

Staggs and our

We

tried to

Home

welcome Miss

new members. make our meetings

infor-

They were

we deli-

think of the valuable experi-

ence and the fun ing them!

to

you should have eaten some of

the fruit cakes and plum puddings

Horn, publicity chairmen. Our adviser was Miss Fern Staggs, Head of the Home

Management House

we

afternoon card party in the "Rec.''' For a

president; Doris Conner, secretary; Jane

social

dance and play bridge,

sponsored two informal dances and an real treat,

Seward,

Discussions,

Knowing how Long wood

like to

were the following Nancy Short, president; Evelyn Farrier, viceofficers

all.

and a talk by an interior decorator were memorable events in our programs parties,

affiliation

club section of the American

nomics Association. This

mative and interesting for

we had making and

sell-

The climax of our year together was banquet held in the tea room in recog-

nition of our seniors.

At

this dinner,

they

became members of the A. H. E. A. This ceremony was conducted by Miss Frances Urban, field secretary of Home Economics.


The Commercial Club JL

HE

Commercial Club, organ'

AKG circus. We pitched pennies for hand-

ized in 1939, has for its purposes providing

painted ash trays and balloons. In Febru-

students in the Business Education De-

ary

partment with a more

was Mr. A.

specific

knowledge

of the various opportunities in the business

and furthering their interests

field

in

this respect. It also has social gatherings

for the

promotion of fellowship and good

among the members. Membership in two classes, active and honorary. Active members are those

we

gave a banquet. L.

The

guest speaker

Walker, State Supervisor

of Business Education in Virginia. Also in

February the club sponsored a juke-box dance,

which was quite

March

the club presented a radio program

successful.

will

which gave information about the

the club consists of

ties of

students

who major in Business Education.

Honorary members are professors

in the

Department.

They

constitute an Advisory Board from

which

Business

a sponsor

At

the

Education

is

elected annually.

first

meeting of the year the

various classes presented skits. In October,

First

we had

a lovely souvenir booth in

row: Acree, R. Walker, P. Walker

Second row: Slavin, Landrum, Marston

In

activi-

the club as well as information

about the Department of Business Educa-

Another highlight of the year was Longwood with the Freshmen in charge of the program. tion.

the annual picnic at

The officers of the organization are Ruth Walker, president; Connie Marston, vice-president;

Pat

Walker,

reporter.

Max

Acree,

treasurer;

secretary;

Janice

Slavin,


â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

row: Molnar, Tu!;l;1c. McLean, DoJJ. CatliiiL;. Ham?. Pollard Second row: McElroy, Lawrence, CJray, Harper, Con, Zitta, McCombs, deSilva Third row: Moody, A. Crowder, Alphin, Watkins, Bland, Stone, Manvell, Jones Fourth row: McGaffee, Sadler, Weddle, Black, Asher, Beard, Stoats, Andrews, Doutt, Burnette Fifth row: Fritts, Agee, Lee, Newell, Burnett, Webber, Kelly, Hogge, Heather, Saunders Sixth row: L. Hall, Johnson, Hoover, Cartwright, Bryant, Johnson, C. K. Jones, Shinholser, Jeffreys, Thompson Seventh row: Hawley, Wilson, Allen, Mann, Jackson, Booker, Dodd, Adams, Adams, Hankins First

College Choir

U

jONGWOOD'S College Choir began this past year in a grand way with a new conductor, Dr. John W. Molnar, whom we love and respect more with each rehearsal. Also many new girls added their voices to our group. During the fall we prepared for our "busy" month, December. In combination with the Hampden'Sydney Glee Club we sang Christmas concerts at Grace Covenant Church in Richmcnd, at Hampden-Sydney College, and here at Long wood. On Founder's Day weekend in March we gave our spring concert, which was at' tended and well received by many Longwood alumnae here for the weekend. The following night this concert was repeated at Hampden-Sydney. Early in April the Harvard University Orchestra was presented here as one of the college's lyceum

We

programs. joined them for one group of numbers, and it was indeed a thrilling experience to sing with this well-trained organization.

May Day

at

Longwood has always among the

typified a spirit of cooperation

and the college choir songs to this year's colorful presentation of "The History of the

entire student body,

added

its

Walt?." Several other out-of-town concerts were busy season, and it was with sadness in our hearts that we sa.ng together in this

performance at graduation exercises. Our officers for the year were Winifred Beard, president; Puckett Asher, vicepresident; Virginia Spencer, secretary; and Jean Carter Watkins, treasurer. Miss Virgilia Bugg again was our adviser. for the year's last public


:

Madrigal Singers LoNGWOOD'S

Madrigal

the custom, which

voices selected from the college Choir,

is

now

traditional, of

singing the blessing for the evening meal

were off to a busy start soon after the College opened last fall, preparing to present the first program of "The Long' wood Hour." This group, composed of fourteen Singers

in the dining hall.

Preparation for the spring concerts pre'

sented both at Longwood, for the alumni,

and

at

Hampden'Sydney was the

chief

business of our group during the early

is

part of the second semester. In April,

one of the most active of the College's musical groups. After our initial radio

again appeared on

We joined

performance, we, the Madrigal Singers,

we

"The Longwood Hour."

with the committee

m plan'

began to work on our Christmas repe' toire. In addition to providing. the music

ning the music for several of the birthday

we One

We were particularly welhreceived at the

for the College's

made

dinners, held once each

Christmas banquet,

several appearances in town.

given

Richmond,

in

Hampden'

evening.

Singing at the bacculearate on Sunday

Sydney, and here in the college, was pre' sented by the Madrigal Singers. Soon after Christmas we introduced

evening culminated one of the most suc' cessful years for us, the

Left to right

Standing: Jones, Adams,

J.

this year.

February dinner when we sang songs in keeping with the Valentine theme of the

group of numbers on the Christmas con' certs,

month

Adams, Heather, Hogge, Asher, Beard

Kneeling: Johnston, McElroy, L. Pollard

101

Madrigal Singers.


First row: S. Roberts, Doutr, Childs, Swann, Hoover, Manvell Second row: Mattox, McGaffee, Owen, Wilson, Burnett, Acree

Inter-Varsity Christidn Fellowship i O know Him and to make Him known." This motto of the Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship was the one which our chapter stressed this year. The Longwood Christian Fellowship is just one of many groups on college and university

campuses

over the United States. These associations are composed of Christians of all denominations who seek to serve Christ on their campuses. all

ing the year. to

spend

a

One of our members was able month

at Campus-in-theCanada. In October there were three representing our group at a week-end leadership conference at Montreat, North Carolina. large num-

Woods

in Ontario,

A

ber were able to attend the VirginiaNorth Carolina conference held at Roslyn in February.

noons for group Bible study. Our studies Book of Hebrews gave us more knowledge of God's word and practical applications for our lives. There were prayer times during these meetings, and small groups met for prayer at other times during the week. We received inspiration and grew as

In the fall, we were privileged to have Mrs. Howes, a returned missionary of the China Inland Mission, who gave us a wider vision of Christian work in China. The visits of Anne Childs and Hugh Brown, our regional staff workers, were a means of encouragement to us. Their suggestions, prayers, and advice gave us much needed strength. We were glad to have Miss Dorothy Daniel serve very

Christians by attending conferences dur-

capably as our adviser.

We

met weekly on Thursday

after-

in the


Westminster Fellowship TiHIS

year

the

work of the

?i,ews,

Westminster Fellowship began with a reception given to welcome the new students of both colleges. Although we were without a minister in the fall, Mrs. Frank Crawford and Dr. Mclllwaine Thompson of the College Church, Hampden'Sydney,

Among

our social activities have been Longwood, a Juke Box Dance, and our monthly supper meetings, held a picnic at

alternately at

by Dr. Lancaster at a supper meeting Hampden-Sydney. Mrs. Edwin Lancaster spoke at one meeting about India and the young people there. Charles Grissett edited the West-Fell

numerically.

Wilson, Talley, Buchannan

Third row: Morton,

M.

Wilson, Thomas, Lacy, Bowling

L. Jones,

House, Richie, Wyrick, Phipps,

first

The arrival of our new minister, the Rev. James R. Kennedy, in January got our second semester off to a good start. Also the seminary team from Richmond inspired us greatly. With the help of our advisers, we feel that throughout the year we have grown spiritually as well as

a

at

floor: J.

in the

Sunday of each month.

a talk

Second row; Crawford,

Hampden-Sydney and

Farmville Presbyterian Church, the

variety of interesting programs, including

Seated on

news and editorial The January issue

Fellowship paper, was also published by our group under his leadership.

fellowship.

Sunday evenings we have had

bi-weekly

of Varsity Views, Synod's Westminster

guided us. Under the leadership of Martha Alice Wilson, president; Charles Talley, vice-president; Mary Crawford, secretary, and Frances Thomas, treasurer, this year has been one of inspiration, fun, and

On

a

sheet, during the year.

Phillips, Rice,

103

Edmunds


:

Left to right First row: Kibler, Coleman, Felton, Michael, Minichan, B. Abbitt, S. Walker, Hallock Second row: French, Walker, Taylor, Hayden, Dodd, Hamlet, Rodriguez, Zitta, Foreman, Bailey, Myers Third row: McGhee, E. Abbitt, Peery, Barrow, Bland, Campbell, Shelton, A. Adams, Fritts, Wright, Dunford Fourth row: Weeks, Webber, Jennings, Nasser, Pollard, CuUip, Farrier, Ricks Fifth row: Thompson, Hawley, Lucy, Walker, McGafFee

Wesley Foundation

Wi

ITH Marian Hallock, our Student Secretary, and our beloved pastor, Mr. Myers, the Wesley Founda' tion started the year joyously. At our pre'

new

Finally, there was the National Student Conference at Urbania in December, at which our group was represented.

school retreat, big plans were made for welccming the new freshmen; we had a Paul Bunyan and "open-house" for them. Important events on the fall calendar were visits from Dr. Harvey Brown, Sonia

In February we presented a series of on Love, Courtship, and Marriage by Mr. and Mrs. Myers. Plans were made for our conference held in April. The theme was "Your Personal Power." were proud of the success of our confer-

Gradka, a German war refugee, the various student conferences, a big square dance and a retreat at the cabin at Longwood. The frosh organised a Freshmen Club and sponsored many interesting activities. During the winter months we presented a program at Keysville and invited the Cumberland youth group to one of our meetings. There was much excitement in decorating the Center for the holidays and preparing for the various holiday acti'

vities.

talks

We

ence.

The

spring months were

filled

with the

election of officers, our spring retreat at

Longwood, and

a picnic

and swimming

party.

The Wesley Foundation has meant much to all of its members this year. We are looking forward to next year with even bigger and better plans for Wesley Foundation.


â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Union

Baptist Student

WiHAT

this has

of China, speak to us on the book "Carved on our Hearts" was a unique experience.

Longwocd was a real success. While there we came to know and admire Lucile Peak, better known as "Peakie," our StU'

"Launch Out Into the Deep" was the theme for our "Spiritual Emphasis Weekend." Mrs. Dawson, cf Washington, D.C., was our guest speaker and proved to be a

a rich and full year been for us girls in the Baptist Student Union! Our Pre-School Retreat

at

dent Secretary. Other fall events will live in our memories: Freshman Reception, Open House, our State Convention in Norfolk, Vocational Emphasis Week and William Hall Preston with his favorite expression, "Go to the top!", our Thanksgiving Sunrise Service, and the week before exams

real inspiration to us.

was the

was the speaker

event

Words cannot

express our deep appre-

ciation for the loyal support of our friend

and pastor, Mr. Bruner.

Our president this year has been Judy Hughes. Other officers were Max Acree, Dolores Duncan, Ann Moody, Shirley Roberts, Dee Hoover, Jackie Wright, Jane Seward, Annie Swann, Marilyn Wheeler, Dot Doutt, Eleanor Weddle, Betty Borkey, Connie Marston, and Margaret Thomas.

and Nut Week." The first day of our second semester the Council had a buffet supper at the Center. Mr. Ralph Winders, our State Student

He

last big

lottesville.

''Squirrel

Secretary,

Our

State Spring Retreat at Char-

that afternoon.

always a welcome guest on our campus. Having Mrs. Irene Ma, a native is

First row Seward, Baker, Joyner, Savage, Hughes, Acree, Harper, Catling, Duncan Second row: Steck, Stone, Dickerson, Mercer, Roberts, Doutt, Crowder, Weddle Third row: Mattox, Stoots, Burnett, Wilson, Thomas, Owen, Wheeler, Anderson, Wright, Blackwell, Graube, Conley, Mantiply, :

Gamble 105


Newman Club UiPON

returning in we learned with regret that our capable president, Anna Famulette, had not re' I

September,

turned to school.

How-

ever, following an election

held early in October, Carrie Ann O'Loughlin, First row Stoops, O" who had been previously Second row Sanford, secretary'treasurer, ably led our group through' out the year. At a later election Kim :

:

Coleman was chosen

to act as treasurer

for the group.

The with

club got off to a fine start socially home of Father

a dinner held at the

McCarthy

invited us and our friends to Crewe, where we spent several delightful Sunday afternoons notable for delicious food, and fun, and inspiravisit

him

tion.

We concluded a successful year filled

in

McCarthy in Crewe. The Newman Clubs of Hampden Sydney, Longwood, and

with work and happiness by a dinner Crewe with the Blackstone Club.

Blackstone College turned out for the fete, which proved a great success. Under the guidance of Father McCarthy our meetings each Monday afternoon were an invaluable experience; there we discussed the problems and experiences confronting college students. During the year. Father

As the year closes, we eagerly turn our eyes to the near future when we shall have a church in Farmville, a church now under construction. Plans are already made for having our meeting and social get-togethers in the recreation rooms which are to be part of the new church.

'

in


Ch T.AKE

one

skull,

two

an institution as old as the college

cross-

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; one of the many

bones, eight white'tobed individuals, add a dash of excitement,

tune of "Chloe."

who

group

are

loyalty, strong

and brew well to the

You now have held

fast

interwoven with the

with

spirit.

This

realizing that its existence

student,

keep

is

us,

think that you

but there

is little

know YouVe !

know

all

on the A. A.

YouVe

that you really do

us Chi

played with

Ratchford,

its

fire

glow

identities as Elizabeth

"B" Hylton, HarRedd,

Louise

Norma

Roady, Barbara Sours, and Jane Williams.

But these are merely the

go to "Charlie Hop,"" whose support and

more than an

Our

To

organization. It

heartfelt thanks

and appreciation

encouragement were always there when

organization.

purposes are deep and strong.

is

we

YouVe seen us walk. red paint. YouVe seen us

outward evidences of our real

riet

and

burning.

Bragg, Robbie Cromar,

Field.

signals.

depends on each

strive to kindle its flame

and revealed our

seen our banner hanging in

seen our

burn our

are

Longwood.

one spring night. Our bonfire cast

about

the Rotunda, in the College Shoppe, and

Our

it

we

Speaking of flames,

Chi!

You may

spirit of

itself

which

We hold this spirit next to our hearts, and

a staunch

by undying

bonds of friendship, and

firm purpose. Season

traditions

needed.

We

shall

always remember his

enthusiasm and guidance.

is

Left to right: Cromar, Williams, Redd, Bragg, Roady, Ratchford, Sours, Hylton

107


Left to right: Her, Phillips, Parks,

Second row

:

Crowder

Huegle, Lynch

First row: Gillie, Allen, C. Anderson, Phillips, Roady, N. Walker, Crowder, S. Walker Second row: Lynch, Watson, Hylton, Beard, Edwards, Woodward, Beckner, Livesay, Ridenour Third row: Ritter, Smallwood, Vaughan, Gravely, Brewbaker, Her, Kennon, Miller

Athletic Association Officers JL

wocd

HIS

IS

the story cf athletics at Long-

for the year 1949-50.

activities

was

a Sports

The

first

glimpse of

Demonstration for

new

students to promote interest in sports on the

campus.

The

activities

shown on the following

and Council

pages complete the year's story as outstanding college events.

We of the council for women and men wish to thank

Our

all

for splendid sportsmanship

we

and

interest.

extend to Miss Her for her untiring services as our adviser. grateful appreciation


row: Biddlecomb, C. Anderson, Phillips, Watson, Phipps, Ritter, Tyler, Webb, Borum, Bradshaw, Grimes Second row: Kennon, Peters, Stringfellow, Ridenour, Edwards, Beckner, Gravely, Moyer, Gillie, N. Walker, Hylton First

First row: Langbein, Kelsey, Ritter, Beard, Ready, Lynch, Brewbaker Second row: Crowder, Kennon, Ridenour, Webb, Beckner, Ricks, Bradshaw, Walker, Lesslie Third row: Crowder, Castros, Tyler, Abbitt, Livesay, Borum, Russell

Varsity

Hockey and Women's

In

the Fall, the first sport was hockey. of hard work on the A. A. field the varsity hockey squad won its only game of the season, a game with Roanoke College. Later in the season our attention was turned

After

many hours

Varsity Basketball

indoors to basketball. Both the varsity basketball and the hockey teams saw a successful season under the leadership of Patsy Ritter. The Sophomore Class Basketball Team was successful in defeating Blackstone College.


Class Practice for Volleyball

Left to right: Castros, Jardine, Gillie,

Hathaway

Volleybdll dnd Archery V^LASS

volleyball

games ran close on

of both colors in the archery matches. Congratu'

the heels of basketball. Girls hurried to get in their

lations should be

eight practices to be eligible to play for their

archery and volleyball, for there was keen sportS'

classes.

Volleyball proved to be a popular sport

on campus, and special practices were held at

and rivalry were members of teams and cheering

manship

in

extended to the winners of both

both sports.

In this review of sports mention should be

night. Spirited sportsmanship

made of the

displayed by

Included on the Council are the Executive

all

sections.

as soon as possible to support their colors.

They

spent

of the Athletic Council.

mittee and Managers for

Archery came with spring time. Girls signed

up

duties

many hours on

bow and arrow

the

A. A.

field

with

in hand, shooting for the "bulls'

eye."

Fine sportsmanship was exhibited on the part

and

class teams.

all

sports,

Com'

both varsity

These managers work with the

captains of the individual teams to see that the activities are carried

through as scheduled. Man'

aging the volleyball this year was

The manager of Nancye Gillie.

Nancy Walker. was

the spring archery events


First

row: Thompson, Elmore, Smallwood, Hutter

Left to right

:

Allen, Gillie

Second row: Benedict, Clark, Orange, Bobb, Vaughan

Third row

:

Malloy Parks, Huegal

Frazier,

,

Men's Basketball Lc

^ONGWOOD^S Athletic Program was boosted this year by the addition of a men's basketball team.

showed

fine

The

spirit

many

players

and

on

team and the games

this original

ability,

and enjoyable hours to the spectators. Games were scheduled with various other colleges in the state, some of which were Madison, R. P. I., Lynchburg, and Mary Washington. afforded

At

exciting

the beginning of the basketball season, for the team were submitted. Soon we recognized the team as the Longwood "Pioneers." This name symbolizes the beginning of a co-ed student body and men's athletic teams at Longwood. Uniforms of blue and white, the college colors, bore the player's number and the name of the team. The Pioneers were coached by Mr.

names

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Tennis

Malloy, the faculty adviser to the men's basketball team, and Dr. Frazier, of Farmville. Lester Smallwood, a student of the College, was playercoach to the Pioneers. The manager of the men's basketball team was Buddy Gentry. One of our own students, Jack Huegal, held the position of referee for the Pioneers. This lirst step toward organized men's athletic teams of Longwood opens the door to an expanding and successful future. Nearing the end of the year's calendar, we find many sunburned faces on the tennis courts. This sport proved to be very popular with both the women and men students. Many fast and exciting games, in both singles and doubles, were watched and enjoyed by interested spectators. Congratulations to the winner of the fall singles, Frances Allen, and the runner-un. Nancve Gillie.


On

board

In water,

:

Ritchie, Hylton, Paddison,

first

Second row:

row: Allen,

Lesslie, Gillie,

J.

Kemp

Turner, Ritter,

Walker,

M.

Boswick, Nock, Gravely, Ridenour, Gilman, K. Buck,

Phillips, Langbein,

Woodward

Agnew

Third row: Beckner

H,0 Club A:

L.T

swimming

the

first

organiz;ation

meeting of our

Miss Osborne was

The main event

of the evening was Santa water sled being pulled by eight

in his

The

elected to the position of faculty sponsor.

reindeer.

She replaced Miss Barlowe, who retired from school last year. Many thanks are due Miss Osborne for her kind interest and

''HoO" by sparklers concluded the pro'

leadership.

Early in October we began plans for our annual water pageant. This, needless to say, is our biggest event of the year. Mary Miller and Jeanne Gilman were chosen co-chairmen to direct us through plans and rehearsals. Without these two hard work' ers our pageant could not have been successful.

was given late in decided upon a Christmas story for our theme. The program included a candle parade, a march of toy soldiers, a quartet, a duet, some clowns, an exhibi' tion of diving, and the formation of a star. Since the performance

December,

we

formation of the letters

We

gram. would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who participated in the performance and those who gave their invaluable aid.

This year the telegraphic meet was combined with the class meets and held in March. This combination was a definite advantage, as

it

reduced the number of

practices required.

Through cooperation

with the Red Cross, Life Saving courses were again offered and instructed by ''Clem" Allen.

Our

officers for this successful

year in-

eluded our efficient president. Patsy Ritter our student adviser, "Clem" Allen: and our secretary-treasurer, Marjorie Boswick.


Monogrdm Club Ti HE Club

is

purpose of the

Monogram

to stimulate interest in sports

Formerly the membership of this club

and

was very

to recognize athletic ability, scholarship,

and sportsmanship. Only those girls who we think are most outstanding in further' ing this purpose are selected as members.

The

to

and green hockey class. They added

Romine Mahood, Nancye

Betsy

Higgfe,

m

Gravely and Jo Anna Phipps were charge of our circus booth, which was a

huge

success.

We

P.

M:

S.

Walker, Allen, Lynch,

Gillie,

Gillie,

Marion

Patty Walker, and June Ritchie.

Former members of the club were the :

Katherine Buck,

Ray

Hylton,

Walker,

Anna

Phillips,

Famulatte,

Martha

Norma Roady, Sue

secretary'treasurer,

and

Patsy

Ritter, president.

Langbein, Ritchie, Phillips, Buck, Brewbaker, Famulette, Crowder, Edwards, Watson,

Walker

Letter C:

Mary Lou

following Frances Allen, Winifred Beard,

sponsored "Red and

White Day" on February 14, and ''Green and White Day" on March 17, to enliven class spirit. On these days hearts and shamrocks were sold to class members.

Letter

Edwards,

Miller, Cabel Overbey,

Mary Elizabeth Watson, Ann Langbein, Anna Phipps, Sue Brewbaker, Ann Lynch, Mary Crowder, Betsy Gravely,

and enthusiasm games.

and

Jo

to each person as she sported her colors to the races and hockey

was

New members included the

Hilda

Woodward, Mary

sticks to sell to each spirit

activity.

following:

year

it

girls

strengthen our organization through

more

was full of interest and activ Color Rush found us busy making red

ity.

limited, but this year

changed to admit any number of

Woodward, Gravely, Mahood, Phipps,

Miller,

Meyer, Beard, 113

Ritter,

Overbey, Roady, Hylton


,

!

Color

Cup and

Awards

Blazer

GREEN

RED TT

^^^

Class

1

""'^'^^y

Varsity

Basketball

Varsity

Volleyball

1

^M^l

,,

rr,

Singles

.

lennis

t>i ui Doubles

r^

ui Doubles

Archery

Archery

Softball

Softball

Total

Total

The

color cup

is

the year

a long tradition of the every class to

the presentation of bla2;ers to blazer recognizes out' standing participation in a variety of sports; the blue blazers stand for noted participation in one or two sports.

college. It is the desire of

place its colors

Seniors.

upon the cup. Congratuk'

done to the winners outstanding individual award of

tions for a job well

The

Varsity

Swimming Singles

ennis

Basketball

1

Volleyball

Swimming r^

^째'^'y

Class Varsity

TT

.^-^SS

Left to right

:

Phillips,

Roady, Ritter, Beard, Allen 114

is

The white


row: Lynch, Hathaway, Ferguson Second row: Watts, Stickley, Edwards Absent: Paddison, Kemp First

The Pan-Hellenic Council T^_

i HE Pan - Hellenic Council, composed of one representative from each sorority and the head of each sorority, had

During the tea Theta Sigma Upsilon was awarded the Scholastic Plaque for having

again this year as our adviser, one who guided the council wisely and well, Miss Ruth Cleaves. The council meetings are held once a month. We, the council,

year.

always strive for excellence. Betty Ferguson, of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, was our efficient president. Serving with Betty were the following: Ann Lynch, vice-president; Pat Paddison, sec-

Maxine Watts, treasurer; Ruth Hathaway, chairman of programs; Laura retary;

Lee Stickley, chairman of publicity; Hilda Edwards, keeper of records; and Ann Kemp, chairman of rushing. October 25, we gave our Pan-Hellenic tea in the student lounge. June Banks entertained with her piano selections.

the highest average during the preceding

One

significant

change was made by the

council in regard to rush parties. This year for the first time refreshments were served, which greatly added to the enjoy ment of these affairs. The choice and preparation of the food remained in the hands

of the council.

Pan-Hellenic dance, a delightful

affair,

was given on March 18; the music was supplied by the Metronones. The room was decorated by streamers in the colors of each sorority and by the murals on the walls.

Each sorority had as guests ten

non-sorority

girls.

been memorable to

The us.

year has indeed


First

row: Overbey, Hardin, Maddox, Richardson

Second row: Bragg, Srickley, Ratchford, Robertson, Cromar, White, Nock, Sours

Sigma Sigma Sigma J.

HE

chapter room

was

finally

spotlight

!

A few weeks before Christmas,

of us hastened to get our

we

belongings.

It was wonderful to be back, what everyone had done all sum' mer, and especially exciting to hear Nock

gave the children at John Randolph School a party. Jean Ridenour did a fine

to hear

job

unlocked, and

all

and Nancy Lee tell about the good time at Camp Strawderman. Soon fall rushing was over, and we had three

lovely

new

girls

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Sara

Crocker,

Betty Jones, and Pat Tuggle. We also had another new girl in our midst, Hilda Lewis. Madison and little

Longwood

"exchange" whereby

we

Dingledine, but gained Hilda.

effected a

Agnes We're glad lost

to have her as one of us.

Before

we knew

we breathlessly who Ring Master and

proud and surprised

own Margaret Ann

it.

head of

waited to find out Imagine

we were when

social

we

At

our

gifts.

Cab

service.

exchanged

took pictures of us around the tree, and

we all said farewell for a few weeks. When everyone came back, we found that Cling, not to be outdone by Bobby Jean, had flashed those pretty eyelashes and re'

ceived an addition to her third finger, left

hand.

After struggling through exams,

were proud to elected as

Circus was here,

was.

as

Christmas party

Maid

of

we

our Barbara Sours

see

Honor on the

May

Court. Serving her on the event were Jean

Ridenour,

Charlotte

Jones,

Charlotte

how

Williams, Helen Hardin, Peggy White,

our

and Jean Kreienbaum. To show that we have ability as well as beauty, Nock and

stepped out into the


:

were chosen for Who's Who m American Colleges and Universities; Rob' bie was Dining Room Hostess and presi-

Jan Peebles,

Lizzie

Ann Harding, Jan Van Horn, Diane Pflugfelder, Har-

Polly Brothers,

Minichan, and Jean Kreienbaum. We had many more exciting days

riet

dent of Cotillion Club; Lizzie was tapped

to-

Alpha Kappa Gamma and ably served

gether before the year ended. In February

as president of the student body. Jean

our national president visited us; in April

for

Carter and

men

Hank worked hard

we had our annual Founder's Day banquet; in May we turned the Longwood cabin

as chair-

of Junior and Senior dances.

We

began in the

chapter room.

fall

the committee,

we

inside out

to redecorate our

With Hank

at the

finally

got the

We

We'd

head of

Ann

last

with a week-end

like to

frolic.

say thanks to the officers

Nock, president; Nancy Lee Mad-

celebrated

dox, vice-president; Charlotte Williams,

with an ''open house" one Sunday afternoon and invited some of -the house

recording secretary; Charlotte K. Jones,

drape hung in February.

mothers to give us

a

few

we might make the room

We

ideas as to

look

still

corresponding secretary; and Betty

Ree, treasurer. These

how

additions to the chapter.

Farmer,

Caroline

Karlet, Sarah

Ann

made

of the best years of our lives.

prettier.

Our

this

Mcone

greatest

appreciation goes also to our ever under-

point with pride to our winter

They

girls

standing adviser. Miss Kate Trent, whose

are: Jean

help and enthusiasm helped us through

MacDonald, Wanda Jones, Audrey Pettit,

many

row; Tuggle, Watkins, Ridenour, Pollard, Rice, Clingenpeel, Jones Second row: Shelton, Stansbury, Lewis, Jones, Beckner, McRee, Crocker First

117

a problem.


First

row

:

Miller, Phillips, Harris, Ritter

Second row

:

Breeden, Hylton,

Roady

Alpha Sigma Alpha W'

E Alpha

Sigs look back

on

On November

over the campus.

15

we

the past year with pride and happiness as

had our formal banquet commemorating

we recall the

the anniversary of our sorority. Jackie

The

successes and fun we've had.

year started when, after the

vacation,

we

summer

got together in an informal

We teased Romine about the "Pea^

party.

we were proud

nut Festival," but

of her

being princess. "B" and Marian told us

about the marvelous time they had at

all

the A.S.A. Convention in Port Huron,

Michigan.

We felt as if we had been there

Moody had course, the delightful.

a

arrived,

wonderful job arrang-

affair

all

was thoroughly

the annual Circus event

we were proud

charge of

made

whole

When

that

Ray was in "Roady"

the arrangements.

a perfectly beautiful

queen repre-

senting the senior class, and Jackie Jardine

ourselves. National

honored Alpha Chap'

was the

by awarding us

a beautiful silver tray

tive of the

ter

done

ing the decorations and program, and, of

fairest

on her court

sophomore

Dance

as representa-

class.

Then came

in recognition of our outstanding achieve^

Senior

ment

our ''Roady" leading the class in as pretty

in leadership, scholarship,

and

ser'

vice for the past three years.

During the

Alpha

girls

first

were

just before Christmas

with

a figure as the school has ever seen. For

semester.

Alpha Sigma

Christmas, the room was given an extra-

many

activities all

special

in

cleaning

by

Shirley

and

Mary


Brame to show happy

off

our

decorations.

holiday

affair

artistic efforts in

Our

party was a

made even happier by

a col-

lection of toys for local underprivileged

children.

We

hated to see Nancy Bruce

and Betty Lewis leave us fall

at the

end of the

semester; but that's college

life,

and

Cabin Party

donned blue-jeans

for our

Longwood

May Day

Estate.

successful affair under

Patsy. ''B" and

at

a highly

the direction of

Romine represented the

pulchritude of A.S.A. on

And

was

May

Court.

then came the sad job of saying

goodbye to our beloved

seniors.

Our

love

they graduated with our warmest wishes

and best wishes to you, "B", Roady,

following them.

Patsy, Marian, Ray, Jackie,

The

beginning of the

found us

full

new

semester

of rushing plans, and

we

were, oh, so pleased to welcome Betty

Jean Ayers, Betty Barnes, Roberta Brown-

Betty Scott Borkey, Sara Graham,

ing,

Margie flood,

ny Dean

Tray lor

We

love

new

as our

First

very

own new

Mar-

sisters.

and know they

them

dearly,

talent

and ideas to our

Next came our "rustic"

Kieth flundley. Bun-

Ricks, Iris Sutphin, and

gorie

bring

Ann

sorority.

get together for a

spree on April 29,

big

when we

row: Evans, Roady, Kemp, Minter, Agnew,

Mary, and

"Liz," in your future lives.

No account

of our past year's activities

would be complete without mentioning and thanking our leaders "B" ffylton,

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

our president; Marian Breeden and

Kemp,

vice-presidents; Betty

secretary;

and Chic Ritchie,

Above

we

all,

treasurer.

hold heartfelt affection and

gratitude to our inspiration,

Ann

Lewis Shank,

own Miss Wall

for her

wisdom, and cheerfulness, not

to mention the love she holds for each

and every one of "her

girls."

McMuUan, Moody, Bunch

Second row; Wright, Wilson, PhiUips, Jardine, Brame, Hounshell, Ritchie, Hylton, GiUie, Mahood, Livesay, Breeden


Seated: S. Walker, Droste, Redd, Land, Davis

Standing: Simmons,

Webb, Asher

Kdppa Sigma

Pi or

JL

year in a fine

men

The

possible

teaching the fresh'

Longwood

the most famous

Our dreams came it

Pi Kaps began this

way by

true

greeting.

when we found

to redecorate

our room.

Once

again on a "lovely" freezing early

November morning

—the

17th, of course

—we struggled out of bed and over

to the

chapter room to have our Founder's

It

ceremony.

Day

We then found ourselves in the

looked almost new, too, with the fresh paint,

new

draperies,

and a

new

stered and covered sofa and chair.

the pledges of

last

College Shoppe enjoying enormous breakuphol-

Then

year put on the finish-

ing touches of matching lampshades. Fall rushing was, cf course, foremost

in our minds.

We

four wonderful Pi

Ws:

fasts.

The

Wilson.

spirit

was very evident

Before leaving for the holidays

we

en-

joyed a wonderful party in the chapter

were rewarded with

Kaps

Sue,

Kap

throughout the day.

—the four

room with fun and food and crazy

Nancy,

little

fighting gifts to

Patty,

Pi

put away for memories.

and Jeanne Senior

Dance was memorable

for

a


beautifully decorated chapter

lovely seniors in white.

room

full

of

not slighted in the

Anne M. Motley,

intermissions.

And them

came

spring rushing to

We

ments.

were

new pledges:

summer. Pi Kap beauty was

festival last

We enjoyed those

fill

and

examinations

queen's

with our seven

Murphy, Judith

Spindler,

In June

Anne

and Sue Webb.

tapped by Alpha Kappa

Gamma

in

vember; of Jackie Eagle, editor of

No-

program.

With

deepest appreciation

Her,

patrons,

THE

the

Kaps

a reluctant farewell to

and gratitude Olive

to

Pi

we bade

our seniors.

We were very proud of Betsy Gravely,

beauty other

May Day

participated in the

Nell Bradshaw, Nell Dalton,

Challice Hayden, Sara McElroy,

Many

court.

exercises.

Frances Garnett and

Turner added

Frances

our few spare mo-

thrilled

May Day

we

our

paid tribute to Miss

beloved

adviser;

our

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Graham;

and to our

officers

of the year: Louise

ROTUNDA; and of Joyce Webb, editor of THE VIRGINIAN. Our own Lucyle

Redd,

Humphries was crowned by vice-president

secretary; Puckett Asher, corresponding

Alben Barkley

secretary; Pat Davis, treasurer;

queen

First

row

of

;

the

president;

to reign as the beautiful

Culpeper

president;

Shirley

Betsy

Gravely,

Simmons,

recording

and

Lynch, Pan-Hellenic representative.

bi-centennial

Brewbaker, Crowder, Sadler, Motley

Second row: Korbach, Lynch, Walker, Peery, Walker, West brook

Third row: Humphries, Gravely, Brown, Turner, McCready, Egerton 121

vice-

Ann


First

row: Duke, Paddison, Brickman

Second row: C. Anderson, Williams, Kellogg, Turner,

M.

Boswick, Carter, Banks, Duncan, Ferratt

Alpha Sigma Tau September found us back and Our

quite pleased with ourselves. dent, June Banks,

A.S.T.

at

the

presi'

was chosen queen of

August convention

in

Detroit, a lovely queen.

we

occasion since 1949

with

it

we

lost Jackie

elected.

down

elected queen!

three

finally got

to another year of meetings, parties,

new Tau

Fall rushing

Day

brought us

babies Claudia Anderson, :

Jane Lee Kellogg, and Jackie

Next on the

Woodward.

after

Christmas

May

Court was

Our own Dolores Duncan was

What

Please pardon us

A.S.T. 's to

serve

if

a beautiful queen!

we seem

to boast.

on the court were

Marjorie Boswick, June Banks, and Clau'

was our Founder's

dia

Anderson

banquet. This was a very special

are

proud to

calendar

de'

serted us for him.

chapter room straight again and settled

and fun together.

Woodward. She

became Mrs. William Flanagan and

Soon

took time, but

fiftieth anni'

versary year. Christmas came next, and

the

It

was our

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

three more beauties

claim.

we


Our

Oh,

here.

dragged back to school Sunday morning,

calendar of events doesn't stop no.

There

is

pledges; Bobbie Obenshain, Pat Tay-

lor,

Hazel

Sonia

Wilkins,

Mary Ann

Kile,

Other

Anne

Betsy Wiley. There

v^^ere

affair.

We

all

the parties.

was

a

With June came

The

Hope Duke, Dot Marjorie

We played soft' We ate and ate, and

played cards and ate arid played some more.

First

We

didn't sleep much.

row: Woodward,

Second row:

J.

J.

There

parties, our Christ'

just plain parties.

We

the inevitable good-

Paddison,

and

left

us with a gay will see

Spencer, Arington, Miller

123

Pat

we

few days

annual

Third row: Banks, Williams

Duncan,

Carter, Jean Turner,

Helen Arington. They

in a

When we

Boswick,

Mae

note, though, because

Newman

Carter, Ferratt, Pittard, B.

fun, too.

Ferratt, Jane Williams, Dolores

memorable

trouped out to the cabin as

and hiding.

were much

byes sadly said to the Seniors: Lelia

gay a group as ever seen. ball, tag,

lump of

enjoyed our year together.

Dot Boswick,

Biddlecomb, Virginia Pickett, and

cabin party in April

parties

mas party, and then

June

Rose Morgan, Mary Winston Johnson, Lee Wingfield, Betty Hancock,

saddest

the

were our intermission

Peggy

Johnson,

about

femininity that ever crept on weary limbs.

fine

new

Covington,

we were

much, much more.

Spring rushing brought us fourteen

final

at Virginia

party.

them

Beach for our


â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

First

row

:

Avedikian, Hogge, P. Burnette, Smethie,

Moyer

Second row. Kibler, Nasser, Heather, Beard, Edmunds, Langbein,

.

Vaughan, H. Bowling

Third row: A. Foreman, Critjer, Farmer, Dodd, Hite

Theta Sigma Upsilon

MlLUCH

excitement was there room when September brought us together. Cupid really had been doing his bit during the summer for some of our Theta "sisters"; Connie, Jean, Anne Foreman, and Nancy had come back with diamonds on third fingers, left hands. Winnie and Anne Langbein "blew" in with great news from the convention that Tau chapter had won the scholarship

in

the

our adviser; and a most wonderful one she has been.

We

room needed work; and before many months had passed, we had a new' that the chapter

we

set to

looking room. Fall rushing

brought us Nell Gilley,

who has made a wonderful Theta "sister." In October we were thrilled when we won the scholarship plaque for the third consecutive time.

We were indeed happy when Page was

!

who had won

felt

redecorating;

cup for having a higher scholastic average than any other of the chapters. Were we proud of this Quite proud were we, too, of Winnie,

become

Phillips accepted the invitation to

chapter

tapped by Alpha Kappa

third place in

Gamma

in the

Also adding to the glory of the chap' were Winnie, our president, who was

the Theta Girl Contest for 1949.

fall.

Our spirits were lowered, though, when we found Miss Jennings, our

ter

president of Choir,

Anne

Langbein,

who

Mother'Patroness, was not back with us

was

COLONNADE

and

on account of

illness.

editor of the

who was mentioned

However, Mrs. 124

in

"Who's

Who

In


ated and were no longer with us.

Colleges and Universities'"; Page Burnette and Bev, who were Senior

American Class

officers;

Virginia Spencer,

secretary cf the

"Y";

Polly,

who was who was

business'inanager of the Colonnade and

president of the

Richmond Club; Evelyn,

who was on May Day Committee; and Jean, who was a senior representative on

In March we celebrated our Founder's Day with the annual banquet in the Tea Room and a house party at Longwood

Assembly Committee. This year "Gin" Spencer was elected as the Theta the

Girl candidate from

In

Tau Chapter.

December came Senior Dance, the

Estate.

given us by Mrs. Phillips at

The

in fine

style for Senior

gifts for

Longwood

chapter room was decorated

Christmas party.

most successful year for Theta Sig under the leadership of Winifred Beard, presi'

Dance and the

We brought to the party

the children in the polio

M. C. V. When second

ward

We were happy to have several of

our alumnae back with us for this occasion. In June we said fond farewell to sixteen of our senior "sisters." This has been a

Christmas party, and the Christmas tea Estate.

We then

minds and hearts on rushing and claimed for our very own eight wonderful girls. We welcomed Helen Barrow, Barbara Cotton, Barbara Gamble, Mary Frances Graube, Joyce Richardson, Jane Seward, Lillian Shelton, and Eleanor Weddle. set our

dent; Harriet Bowling, vice-president; Virginia Spenser, secretary; Polly Nasser,

at

we found

treasurer;

Lucy Vaughn, corresponding

Miss Jennings was back with us; "Gin" had gotten pin' ned; Nancy and Ann Critzer had gradu'

secretary;

Ann

many

semester Came,

things happening.

Hogge,

Phillips, adviser.

Left to right:

Standing,

first

row: Humphreys, Spencer,

Bailey, Burnette, Farrier, Fristoe, Gilley,

Kneeling, second row: Watts, Acree

125

Langbein,

historian;

Foreman

Jean Josephine

editor;

and Mrs.


First

row: Hoback, H. Smith, Hobbs, Edwards

Second row:

M.

Critser, Connelly,

Dodson, Love

Kappa Delta K..APPA full

And how

hap-

to begin our

first

Deltas!

py and eager we were

year as active K.D.'s.

course,

we

missed the

At

five girls

first,

of

Jackie,

Paulette, Adelaide, Lee, and Jennie Lee

who

us in June, but we remembered fun we had at the farewell party in

Jill Pifer, Mary Leigh Meredith, and started something new when Jean Smith they gave a tea in the chapter room for all the other pledges.

man,

Positively

glowing

we were when

Ober,

national

editor

left

what May. They were presented with tiny china mugs engraved with the letters "K.D.", and each one read aloud a humor' ous poem written in her honor. It was a tearful occasion as the first departing Kappa Deltas of Alpha chapter received a formal farewell from those of us left. Soon however, we were caught up in various activities, such as hearing all about the National Convention of Kappa Delta in Duluth, to which Frankie was a delegate. Alpha's first pledges signed their bids

on October

19.

Our

Anne Moody, Anne

six

new sisters Kim Cole'

Neblett,

Julia

Delta, visited us. vitality,

With

she absolutely

spiration.

And

then

all

filled

of

Kappa

her pep and

us with

when both

Julia

in-

and

Betty MuUer, national president of Kappa Delta, came down for our first initiation, our cup of pride ran over. Pleased as punch That's what we were with our new officers for '49-'50. They were Frances Dodson, president; Helen Connelley, vice-president; Jean Hobbs, !

secretary; Denise Love, treasurer; Hilda Edwards, Pan-Hellenic delegate; "Hop" Crit2;er, assistant treasurer; Helen Smith, rush chairman; and Maria Jackson, editor.


All of us were busy working on favors Thanksgiving basket we sent to our Kappa Delta children in the Richmond

tile gals in

Crippled

Mary's

Children's

Hospital.

we

concocted

direction,

vice-president of the Senior Class; Hilda,

sorts

the sophomore class; Maria, sophomore house president, and secretary of the French Circle; Mary Leigh, managing editor of the Rotunda; Ruth, secretary of

all

crepe paper.

the Farmville Club and treasurer of the

'Deed how much fun we had at our Christmas party! Everyone, including the advisory board and alumnae with us, received a humorous gift and poem. After all was said and done, however, the tree committee insisted that they had the most fun.

Spanish Club; and Dolores, treasurer of the French Circle; and Frankie, class representative

as our spring pledges.

To our beautiful Frankie and Hilda we gave four salaams daily for two weeks. Why not? They deserved it, for they were on May Court.

And

then there were our after-dinner room several times during the year that seemed to bring us closer together. As Porky Pig would say,

We

coffees in the chapter

they will be- the sweetest

sisters ever!

Land

First

row:

J.

sakes!

We

senior

on the Student Coun*

cil.

Everyone of us was so happy to wel' come Celeste Bishop, Lucy Page Hall, Virginia McLean, Jean Partidge, and that

There were Mu and

Gamma

president of Orchesis; Bootie, secretary of

Southern belles from pipe cleaners and

know

this year.

Under

of Spanish dancers, Peter-Pan figures, and

Helen Tanner,

Alpha

Denise, president of Pi

for the

had some very versa-

"T-t-that's

all,

folks!"

Smith, H. Smith

Second row. Gilmer, Lacy, Dodson, Jackson, Connelly, Hobbs, Moody, Meredith, Coleman, Crit;er, Third row: Poarch, Walthall, Pifer, Crawford, Morton, Neblett, Edwards, Love 127

Wood


:

First

B. Ferguson,

row: Oilman, Butterworth, House, Ferguson,

Second row:

F.

Creger,

M.

J.

Smith, Fahrbach, Lyon, Shelor,

Holbrook,

Woodward,

M.

B. Smith,

C.

S.

Jones

Beasley

Zeta Tau Alpha September we were

How

came.

eager

to get back to Farmville, and

work and

into another year of well'inixed

joy for the rebirth of Zeta

Alpha

chapter.

tion to

Mu Omega made us realize that loss, but a gain, for Mu Omega it

seemed that everybody couldn't

wasn't a

be here soon enough to open the door.

was only

How much

grew

play! It

we'd missed each

how we wanted

to

happened to each

know

just

other,

and

what had

and every

one

all

with

Tau Alpha's

However, our deep devo'

suffering a

growing pain, and

to love our dear Zeta

our heart.

all

we

Tau Alpha

Now another

year had

begun, and each of us endeavored to make

through the long summer months! Last year we, as sorority,

Mu

it

Omega,

had become the Alpha chapter of

Zeta Tau Alpha, international women's fraternity. Sadness

our hearts those

and joy were mixed

last

in

few months of spring

sadness for the loss of

Mu

the best year yet!

a local

Omega, and

We present

stopped to count; only sixteen !

We'd

few, there

lost a

was

few, and

a one

among those

whose absence was

most conspicuous: our beloved adviser.

Miss Wheeler. We'd miss

her, but

we


knew time,

she'd

to "stop wasting

want us

of joy, our

six

little

Dickerson, Dorothy Fugate,

six little

packages

Mary Moore

pledges:

Claudia

Nancy Lee Cosby, Nancy

Bradshaw,

Henderson, Ruth (Spot) Myers,

Mary

Jo

Smith, and Margaret Thomas, and our

new

wonderful Yes,

we were

patroness.

thrilled.

So

Miss

we

Did somebody

Before

gave them

we

had passed

we had

put up the

tree,

The new

year came

May

the next

officers for

Mary

whose true and

loyal services

many made

the year such a wonderful leaf for our

Zeta book.

Nine more

M.

too quickly.

another year

worth, treasurer. Thanks go to the

lus-

then February.

Left to right: Garbee, Bradshaw, Henderson, Myers,

all

it,

B. Smith, secretary; and Harriet Butter-

others in,

could believe

Margaret Beasley, vice-president;

and then Sadie

in store for Zeta?

have a

the year were: Betty House, president;

cious refreshments.

What was

we

was only

say, "Let's

one be just as wonderful! Our

the best Christmas party

once more came to our rescue with

fact that

possibly have a chair

party?"

Staggs.

When Christmas came, we could hardly

We

all

Jones,

Amanda Wright.

happy we were! The

wait to put up the tree! That Friday

ever.

Sue Smith,

How

a joke.

Ann

Donna Kunkler, Pat

Ella

a party.

night,

Karr,

Lee,

couldn't

Ann

Catherine Bishop,

began!

and begin right now."

October brought us

We

pledges:

loved

Thomas, Coshy, Creger 129


!

First

row:

L. Jones,

Kimbrough

Second row: Nichols, Hathaway, Smith,

Buchanan

Slagle,

Third row: Caldwell, Phipps, Grijzard

Deltd Sigma Epsilon i HIS

year

started

off

we

problems galore! Not only did our room to get in order, but credentials.

campus Phi

Zeta

Alpha the

Psi

first

This was our

as Delta

all

with

Day September 25 with

have

at

of our

year on

first

Sigma Epsilon. Our

local

became

the

Sigma

Chapter

Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon

part of

May

of last year.

Two

and Mrs. Riddleberger,

assisted

delicious.

by Lamb'

was

Thanksgiving found us again

celebrating with

Miss Winnie V. Hiner,

Mary Clay Umm, that

our devoted sponsor, and Miss Hiner, our kind patroness.

turkey was good

Our

of

the grand'council members, Mrs. Beidler

a party and a sing

the Misses Hiner's. Everything

rushing for the winter of this year

was more than wonderful

six

a

happy one, girls:

Jean

for

we

gained

Elliott,

Inez;

Omega Chapters from Huntington and Concord, West Virginia, installed us. We felt very proud to know that we had so many new sisters. Naturally, we expect to miss our Phi Zetas, but we are putting

Anna Phipps, and Frances Ann Ramsey. Our first initiation was very impressive, and along with the new rushees we initi'

our best foot forward for Delta

become one of our alumnae.

da and

We

Sig.

celebrated our National Founder's

Hughes, Eloise Hodges, Lucy Jones, Jo

ated

Frances

Senior

Hughes, a Phi Zeta, to

Dance proved

to be an eventful


:

weekend. With so many white dresses floating

around the room, our Christmas

the punch bowl,

tree,

etc.,

My, how we

the thing!

seniors leave.

We

the party

was

hate to see our

are going to miss

Ann,

Jo Anna, Lucy, Buck, Dot, B.G., Patsy, Hessie,

At

Ruth and last

and

come,

that

meant holidays. The Christmas party was is

the custom,

we

ex-

changed Christmas stockings and verses. amazing the hidden talent

It is

However,

new

all

we

have!

the fun had to end-; with the

year came exams.

deal of study, but

They took

we came

This spring

Alpha along

First

They are the following Nancy Haynes, Nancy Wooldridge, Betty Shinhoulser,

Elizabeth

our

Oliver, Betsy

and

Stone,

We

are

especially

pleased

officers of this year, for

big job before them.

Elliot, Harris,

Woody,

with our

they have had a

The

officers for this

Ann

Nichols; vice-president, Laura Buchanan; secretary,

Barbara

Grizzard;

Peggy Harris; Pan-Hellenic

Ruth Hathaway; and

rep-

corres-

ponding secretary, Eloise Hodges, replacing Pat Donnally,

who we

regret had to

leave at mid-term.

row: Hathaway, Joyner, Hodges

Second row: Ramsey,

Carolyn

year are the following: president,

treasurer,

Day in May. This with May Day should make our

Mary Anna

Michael.

recording

celebrating

are

are

a credit to us also.

resentative,

we

we

proud of you. Our new spring rushees are

a great

Psi Founder's

Kimbrough

!

through with

flying colors.

exciting one. Patsy

will be shining there in court Pat,

Bevell,

Jane.

Christmas

a success, and as

month an

Caldwell, Gri;:ard, Buchanan, Donnally, Jones, Hughes, Smith, Nichols


â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

First

!

row Cromar, Hardin :

Second row

:

Bondurant, Coyner, White

Club

Cotillion i HIS

year

proved a big

one in the history of the Cotillion Club. In October, 33 upperclass'

men

accepted our bids; then, in

we

dance featuring Russ Carlton.

Our

officers

were Robbie Cro-

mar, president; Helen Hardin,

issued

54 bids to

ure leader; Peggy White,

freshmen.

They were

sad children

tary-treasurer;

"'come''

goating

February

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; these

goats.

April fifteenth was our big night the

first

Annual

Cotillion

Club

We

proudly witnessed a huge success

fig-

secre-

and Catherine Bonmanager.

Mr.

durant,

business

M.

Coyner was again our

B.

adviser.


â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Orchesis i HE

annual "Dance

Day" symposium, which we inaugurated on December

carried through again this year a

few neighboring high

spiritual ''Walk

schools, demonstrating techniques

Around Heaven"

received

last

year

was

In preparation for this, Orchesis

8.

many

laughs

successfully

made

a tour to

and several compositions, of which the

when

Patsy Ritter and

Ann Nock

rose

to shine.

February brought a long-awaited pleasure as

Martha Graham to

at

we

throughout a concert given by

sat spellbound

Randolph Macon Women's College. From

this

we

returned eager and ready

put the needed hard work on our

annual dance

March

17.

which was given

recital,

This year's

recital

proved to

be a most successful attempt at dance

drama

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; enacting

novel

"The Plum Tree." With modernis-

Mary

and suggestive props

tic

Chase's

Ellen

we combined

music, drama, dance, and the voice to

produce the story of Nurse

who

Emma

Davis,

struggles through the hardships and

despair of nursing and running a

Home for

Aged Women.

As soon as our to

work on

May

recital

Day,

ended,

in

played a big part. This year's

Theme was "The Waltz a spectacular

to

our

dance. Proud

May Day

Ballad." It

was

and beautiful story of dance,

from the waltz, world,

we started

which Orchesis

which conquered the

own American

we were

square

of the job Patsy

Ritter did as Chairman of our Festivity

and Hilda Edwards

as

Dance Chairman.

This year of modern dance has been a

memorable one

for us in Orchesis,

and

we

extend our deepest appreciation to our loyal adviser,

Our

Mrs. Emily K. Landrum.

capable officers were as follows:

president, Hilda

men

Edwards; costume

chair-

Kitty Carmichael and Katie BonReddini; up

durant;

secretary-treasurer, Sue Walker.

Cromar Edw

ird-.

No^k House, Roadv,

Bondurant, Phiihp., Woodv^ard, Waiker 133

Ritter, Carmichael,


Miss Elizabeth

Anne Bragg

chosen an outstanding senior because of her association with the Student

Who's Who.

Government Association, Alpha Kappa Gamma,


Miss Ray Phillips chosen an outstanding senior because of her association with the Athletic Association, Orchesis,

Who's Who.

Alpha Kappa Gamma,


Miss Jacquelyn Wright chosen an outstanding senior because of her association with the

House Council, Alpha Kappa Gamma, Who's Who.


Miss Jacqueline

E.

Eagle

with chosen an outstanding senior because of her association

The Rotunda, Alpha Kappa Gamma, Beorc Eh Thorn, Alpha Phi Sigma, Who's Who.


Miss

Norma Roady

chosen an outstanding senior because of her association with the Senior Class,

Alpha Kappa Gamma, Orchesis, Who's Who.


Miss Martha

B.

Hylton

chosen an outstanding senior because of her association with the Student

Who's Who.

Government Association, Alpha Kappa Gamma,


MAY COURT 1950

Dolores

Duncan

May Queen

Barbara Sours Maid'ofHonor


row Martha Hylton, Betty Ferguson, Helen Hardin, Hilda Edwards, Marjorie Boswick Second row Norma Roady, Peggy White, Patsy Kimbrough, Frances Dodson, Frances Garnett First

;

:

First

Ann Mitchell Motley, Frances Mintcr, Charlotte Williams Charlotte King Jones, Jean Ridenour, Jean Kreienbaum, Margaret Taylor, Romine Mahood

row: Claudia Anderson, Isaac Veslasquez, Frances Turner,

Second row

:

141


!

SENIOR HISTORY Continued from. Page 42

The "Rec Dances," Cake Walks,"

and Chapel meets all played parts in the lives and loves of seniors. We laughed at ''getting all shook" at ''Bird Club" meetings; then came the day Snack Bar

of

all

treats,

We

shall

open

to find

it

some of the many treasures

inside.

when one

of our

own

Betty,

was

May

Day,

ranks was crowned

queen. Lovely Dolores. B. honor. There

S.

was maid of

a beautiful supporting

Peggy, Hilda, "B", Patsy,

Frankie, Frances G., Marjorie, and Roady.

course

we

We

remember our Senior

Sing and then our pride at

Of

year a frosh could pick up a parcel and

days about which "no one would

ever tell."

cast:

final papers in. Here we tied the knot to seal those rich experiences so next

those

cried at the sentimental

songs sung at Senior Chapel;

we

realised

were wrapped all the college joys, the fun and fellowship, the heart' aches, and struggles and late hours to get that here

all

want

to thank

Miss Elizabeth

Burger for being the best adviser any class could ever have hoped

Without her

for.

encouragement and active interest

would have been quite is

also

extended to our loyal

president.

Norma Roady;

we

Appreciation

lost.

class officers:

vicc'president,

Denise Love; secretary, Beverly Smethie;

Page Burnette. They have go forward to even brighter horizons because we have known the loves of college days and shared them.

and

treasurer.

ably led us.

Now we

FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY Continued from Page 68

With Clara Borum

as captain,

we

really

success. Burlesque

on a typical Farmville

Long wood

was

had the other classes worried during the hockey season. Not only in hockey did

movie

the freshmen shine, but also they really

dance score furnished by our abundant

and in volleyball. Before we knew it, February was here, and Nathalie Bryant found herself with the job of directing the Freshman Sing. Our

came forth

in basketball

"Campus Capers," was not entirely fictitious, however, as it was a take'off of the freshmen's two weeks on campus. Who will ever forget those two weeks Sing,

We

immediately began planning for a

which was presented in March. Under the direction of Sarah McElroy and Virginia McLean as cO' chairmen we knew we would be a great production,

full

of

girls

carried

out in detail with a good musical and

talent.

When

wood

girls

10 o'clock struck, the Long'

scampered as usual back to

their habitual abode.

Then came May, and in a perfect we saw two of our very

spring setting

own Freshmen

May

Court

take their place on the

— Margaret Taylor and Jean

Kreienbaum. We'll never forget

May

day

for another reason, too, for it

was

also

bringing to a quick close the end of our

freshman year

a year that

was

to be the

introduction to three more wonderful and

adventurous years.


!

!

Senior Statistics AGEE, GLORIA MAJORIE:

YWCA

3. 4;

AA

3, 4;

ALLEN. FRANCES:

AA 2, 3,

Student Government

Kappa Delta

Future Teachers of America from Averett College junior year. 3. 4;

3, 4;

Pi 3. 4; Pi

Choir

3, 4;

Student Government

3,

Gamma

YWCA

2, 3. 4;

Manager 3, Vice-president 4; Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Richmond Club 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Team 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Richmond Professional Institute sophomore year. 2, 3, 4;

ALLISON,

Softball

4,

IRMA

Student Government 1, 2. 3, 4; House Council 2. 3; Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2; Northern Neck Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3.

YWCA

1,

2, 3, 4;

LEE:

AA

1.

2, 3. 4;

MARY LOUISE: Student Government 2, 4; AA 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club

ALPHIN,

4;

Mu

Transferred

YWCA 3, 4;

1,

1. 2, 3,

1,

French Club

Choir

3;

ANDERSON, JEAN

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

4;

AA

2, 3, 4;

1,

2. 3,

3, 4,

4;

Secre-

3, 4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3.

4;

AA

1, 2, 3,

4;

Colon.n.^de Staff

1

torian 4;

1,

4;

3,

1.

Secretary 3;

2.

AA

4;

3,

1. 2.

3, 4; 3,

Choral Club

1;

Alpha

Secretary 4; Chapel

Com-

MARY

PUCKETT: Student Government 1. 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3, Treas4; 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Spanish Club Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Choir I, Accompanist 2. 2; Westminster 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Pi Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Corresponding

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

Rotunda

urer 3; 1,

2,

2.

ASHER,

1. 2, 3, 4,

4, Managing Editor 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, His Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Secretary 4 Journalism Club 4, Vice-president 4; French Club 3, 4; Dra matic Club 1, 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4.

Poetry Editor

Student Government

Chairman

4; Rotunda Staff I, 2. 3, 4. Art Editor 4; Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 4; Future Teachers of

America 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, Sigma Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer mittee

LEE: Student Government

Publicity

1, 2, 3, 4,

House Council

Colonnade

tary 2. Vice-president 3, 4.

ANDREWS, BARBARA

ARINGTON, HELEN:

YWCA 3, 4;

Student Government French Club 1, 2.

D.:

1,

3, 4; 1. 2,

1, 2. 3, 4.

AA

Staff

Secretary 4; Cotillion

Club

2, 3, 4.

Underclassmen attending Senior Dance

Watching the teams go

AVEDIKIAN, MARION:

YWCA

1,

2. 3, 4;

AA

1,

Senior

Student Government

2, 3, 4;

Club

1;

1, 2, 3, 4;

BALTES, JEANNE M.: Student Government

AA

3, 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; Cotillion ferred from Westminster College junior year.

3, 4;

1, 2. 3,

3, 4;

Club

Choral

YWCA

4;

BEALE,

4;

Association of Childhood

3, 4, Librarian 4; Canterbury Club Theta Sigma Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4.

Education

YWCA 3. 4;

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1. 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1. 2; Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Vice-president 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Orcheses 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 2, 3, 4.

YWCA

Vice-president

AA

3,

President 4;

May

Court

2, 3.

4;

AA 3. 4;

1, 2, 3,

4; Cotillion

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 4; Future Teachers of America Youth Fellowship 1, 2; Rich-

1, 2, 3,

Christian

Club

4.

BEARD, JULIA WINIFRED: 4;

BANKS, HELEN JUNE:

KATHRYN:

Spanish Club

mond Club

Trans-

Watch our

Hockey Team

3; 3;

YWCA

Council 3,

1, 2, 3,

4;

Virginian Staff 2, Alpha Phi Sigma 2, 3;

AA

Rotunda

1,

2;

Student Government 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 4. Vice-president Staff

1,

2, 3, 4.

Sports Editor

Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer

Monogram Club

President 4; Madrigals

3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4.

3;

Theta Sigma Upsilon

4; Pan-Hellenic

Council

3, 4;

Varsity Basketball

1. 2, 3, 4.

2; Cotillion

143

Vice-president

Club

2, 3, 4.

Team 3.

1,

2,

President

Harriet and Peggy

MARGARET YWCA AA

ELLEN: Student Government 1. BEASLEY, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Standards 3, 4, 4; Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Spanish Club 1. 2; Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, Vice-president 4: Cotillion Club 4. 2, 3, 4;

Chairman

BLACK, 3, 4;

LYNDA CAROLYN:

YWCA

1, 2.

3, 4;

AA

1, 2, 3.

Student Government 4;

Collonn.^de

1,

2,

Staff 3, 4;

Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Weslev Foundation 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3. 4.

1.

2;

Commercial Club

BONDURANT, CATHERINE: 3, 4;

YWCA

1,

2, 3. 4;

AA

1,

Student Government

2, 3. 4;

Rotunda

4;

Town

2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchesis Business Manager 4.

Girls'

2, 3, 4,

1, 2,

Staff 3, 4; 1. 2;

Dramatic Club

Beorc Eh Thorn

Cotillion

Club


1950-1951 Publication Heads.

BOSWICK, MARJORIE M.: 4;

YWCA

Club

AA

1. 2, 3, 4;

Chairman

Alpha Sigma Tau

4;

3.

May

2. 3, 4;

Student Government

Court

Rotunda

2, Treasurer 2; Orehesis 1, 2,

1.

4;

3,

3. 4;

I, 2,

Commercial Club

3;

Secretary-Treasurer

Charter members of the Bird Club.

2.

1,

Staff 3;

HsO

French

Costume Cotillion Club

4;

3,

COBB, CATHERINE:

1. 2. 3,

2, 3, 4,

1,

4.

3,

2, 3, 4;

AA

Student Government

Colonnade

2, 3. 4;

Education

3, 4;

AA

4;

3,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood

1,

Dramatic Club

1,

2, 3, 4;

Club

Cotillion

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2; Rotunda Staff 3, 4, Head Typist 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship Council 1. 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer

YWCA

Vice-president

3, 4;

YWCA

Home

AA

2, 3. 4;

1,

Economics Club

YWCA

Student Government

1,

4.

ANN

CRITZER,

SCRUGGS:

Student Government 1, 2, 3. 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4; Baptist Training Union 1; Town Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club I; Theta Sigma Upsilon

YWCA

YWCA

AA

AA

BREEDEN, 2, 3, 4;

MARIAN

YWCA

ROSELLE:

1. 2,

Student Government 1, 1, 2, 3. 4; Richmond Club 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3. 4. Vice-

AA

2. 3, 4;

1,

president 4; Cotillion

3, 4;

Club

3, 4.

NANCY DEANE: Student Government 2, 3. 4; YWCA 2. 3, 4; AA 2, 3, 4; Virginian Staff 2, 3 Association of :

Childhood Education 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2; Richmond Club 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Richmond Professional Institute sophomore year.

4,

Student Government 3, 4; 3, 4; 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship Council 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Team 3; Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Transferred from Marion College junior year.

AA

CROWGEY, MARY:

YWCA

1, 2,

3;

H2O

3, 4;

1, 2,

AA

J.:

Monogram Club

3. 4;

Student Government 1. 2. Baptist Student Union

1. 2. 3, 4;

3, 4:

Cotillion

Club

3, 4; 1. 2,

4.

BURNETTE, VIRGINIA PAGE:

Student Government 1 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4 Colonnade Staff 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2 Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3. 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Presbyterian Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Town Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4.

YWCA

AA

CALDWELL, DOROTHY ANN: 2, 3, 4;

YWCA

America

1,

2, 3. 4;

AA

1,

2,

Delta Sigma Epsilon 3,

3, 4;

Student Go 3, 4; Future Teachers of

Council

Club

1,

1, 2,

Orehesis

YWCA

2, 3. 4;

2. 3;

3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

1.

2;

AA

2, 3, 4;

AA

1,

Student Gov2, 3, 4; 3, 4;

House

Dramatic

Wesley Foundation Council 2; H.O 2. Zeta Tau Alpha 2. 3, 4; Cotillion Club 3, Student Government 1, 2, Home Economics Club 1,

1, 2, 3, 4;

Alpha Sigma Tau

1. 2, 3, 4;

Dining

3, 4; 1, 2,

Room

3, 4;

AA

Student Government 2. 3. 4;

1,

Rotunda

2,

1,

3,

4;

4; Cotillion

Club

AA

4;

1, 2, 3.

YWCA

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; of Childhood Education 4;

:

YWCA

Cotillion

Club

3, 4;

3,

4;

AA

1, 2, 3, 4.

AA

:

Student Government

1. 2, 3. 4;

YWCA

2, 3, 4,

Choir

1, 2, 3, 4.

2, 3, 4;

Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Vicepresident of Freshmen Class; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship; Choir 1, 2; Kappa Delta 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3;

YWCA

Cotillion

Club

1, 2, 3,

May

4;

DOUTT, DOROTHY

YWCA 3, 4;

1,

2. 3, 4;

AA

Court

AA

4.

LEE: Student Government 1, 2, Baptist Student Union

1, 2, 3, 4;

Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship

Who

4; Granddaughters Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Cotillion Club 4; Transferred from Mary Washington College sophomore year.

EDMUNDS, LUCY ANN:

YWCA

3. 4;

AA

hood Education

3. 4;

3, 4;

Student Government

Kappa Delta

Dramatic Club

1,

2.

DROSTE. SARAH ELIZABETH: Student Government 2, YWCA 2, 3, 4; AA 2. 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3 .4; AssociaChildhood Education 3, 4; Richmond Club 3. 4; Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 3. 4; Transferred from Westhampton College sophomore year.

YWCA

AA

FARMER, MARGARET:

YWCA

AA

Student Government

DUKE, HOPE LORD: 2, 3, 4;

4; Cotillion

AA

1, 2, 3,

Club

Student Government 3, 4; Dramatic Club

2,

1,

4;

Alpha Sigma Tau

1, 2, 3, 4.

1, 1,

I, 2, 3, 4,

2.

2;

3,

4;

Home

Secretary

1, 2, 3,

4;

1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 2; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Wesley Foundation; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4.

FELTON, ALLIE JANE:

YWCA

1,

Delta Pi

Club

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 4; House Council 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Spanish Wesley Foundation 1, 2. 3, 4.

2, 3, 4;

3, 4; Pi

1, 2, 3, 4;

AA

Gamma

1, 2, 3,

Mu

3, 4;

YWCA

menr

1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Staff 1, 2, Social Editor 3; Beorc Eh

AA

1,

Student Govern2, 3, 4;

Rotunda

Thorn 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1. 2; Spanish Club 1, 3, 4; French Club 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; PanHellenic Council 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 3, 4; President's Council.

FERGUSON. FRANCES PERKINS: 1.

2. 3, 4; 1,

2; 4;

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Spanish Club 1, 3, 4; French Club 4; Dramatic Club Zeta Tau Alpha 3, 4; Cotillion Club I, 2, 3, 4.

YWCA

AA

FERRATT. LELIA MAE:

YWCA Club

Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Asso4; Childhood Education 3, 4, President 4; Canterbury 4; Choral Club 1; Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 2. 3. 4,

1, 2, 3,

ciation of

YWCA

AA

1, 2, 3.

Chaplain 1.

4;

EDWARDS, HILDA MARIE: Student Government 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2. 3, 4; Council 3, 4; Student Standards 4; Dramatic Club 1; Monogram Club 4; Orehesis 1, 2. 3. 4. President 4; Choral Club 4; Varsity Basketball Team 1; Varsity Hockey Team 4; Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; May Court 4. 3, 4;

Club

tion of

Economics Club

3,

Pi 4; Association of Child3, 4; Westminster Fellow-

ship Council 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3. 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4; Transferred from Mary Washington College junior year.

3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4.

3, 4;

YWCA

May Queen 4.

Student Government Sopho-

4; Secretary of

FERGUSON. ELIZABETH HASKINS:

DODSON, FRANCES EVELYN:

4.

YWCA

2. 3. 4;

Club

1, 2, 3,

1, 2. 3, 4.

1, 2, 3, 4; Colonnade Staff 2; Beorc Eh Thorn Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; Cotillion Club 4.

1, 2, 3. 4;

AA

4; Association

DAVIS, ALICE PATRICIA: Student Government 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1.2, 3, 4; Rotunda Staff 1; Future 3, 4; Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4; Pi Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, SecreClub

Cotillion

2, 3, 4;

Staff 3, 4, Feature

4.

CRUTE, EMMA C. 1, 2, 3,

1,

EASLEY, LILA W.: Student Government 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; AA 2, 3, 4; Colonnade Staff 3, 4. Circulation Manager

1, 2, 3,

Association of Childhood Education

CARTER, DOT: 1. 2. 3, 4:

1,

3, 4;

2,

4.

CARMICHAEL, CATHERINE CHANEY: ernment

1,

Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship

DODD. DOROTHY: BUCK, KATHERINE

4;

4;

3,

tary 3; Cotillion

YWCA

1, 2, 3.

President 4; Class Cheerleader

Baptist Student Union.

BUCHANAN, LAURA SEXTON:

YWCA

AA

Hostess 4; Chi.

Editor

BRUCE,

4;

1, 2, 3,

and Business Manager 4; Richmond Club 3, 4; Orehesis 2, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Cotillion Club 3,

Commercial Club

Student Government 1, 2, 3. Student Standards 4; AssoChildhood Education 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer

YWCA

YWCA

4;

more Class; President of junior Class; Rotunda Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Feature Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Students Standards 1. 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 2; Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, 4: Journalism Club 3, 4; French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2; Who's 4; Choral Club 1; Pi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 3. 4.

2,

CROMAR, MURRAY ROBE: 4;

ciation of

1, 2, 3, 4;

EAGLE, JACQUELINE ELAINE: 1, 2, 3,

1, 2, 3. 4.

BRAGG, ELIZABETH ANNE: Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, President 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Who's Who 4; Choral Club 1; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club I, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Production Head; Chi.

AA

2,

Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2 Secretary 4; Choral Club 1

1, 2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

1,

3, 4.

BOWLING, HARRIET:

3,

DUNCAN,

DOLORES WOODING: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2. 3, 4; President 4; 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Standards 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Alpha Sigma Tau

CONNER, DORIS MESCAL: 2,

1,

YWCA

Editor 4;

3, 4.

BOWIE, VIRGINIA C:

YWCA

2, 3, 4;

Humor

Staff 3, 4,

Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Choral Club Club 4; Transferred from Stratford Junior College

2; Cotillion

3, 4;

Cotillion

Club

3. 4.

FLAUGHER, CHARLOTTE PELLETIER:

YWCA

ernment 1, 2, 3, 4; Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club

I,

2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3,

AA

4; Cotillion

Student GovSpanish

1. 2, 3, 4;

Club

2, 3. 4.


FORD,

YWCA

1,

MARY ANN: 2, 3, 4; AA

1,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 3, 4; Association of Childhood

2,

Education 4; Wesley Foundation

FOREMAN. ANNE: Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Future 1, 2, 3, 4; Teachers of America 3, 4; Wesley Foundation Council 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4.

YWCA

AA

MARGARET

DOWNING: Student GovFORRESTER, 1, 2, 3, 4; Northern ernment 1, 2, 3, 4; YvVCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Nee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

AA

GARNETT, FRANCES ELLEN: Student Government Y\VCA I, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 1; Pi Kappa Sigma 1,

2, 3, 4; 3, 4;

May

Court

HEATHER, CONSTANCE JANE:

1, 2, 3, 4;

AA

1,

Student Government 2, 3, 4;

Rotunda

Staff

1, 1,

2,

2;

3,

4;

Alpha

Phi Sigma 1, 2; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lighting Chairman 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 1; Choir, 3, 4.

GRIMES.

YWCA

CAROLYN

Government

Student

R.:

AA

3,

YWCA

GRIZZARD, BARBARA JUNE: Student Government 1, Y>VCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; AA 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa

Mu

Committee

4.

HARDIN, HELEN MANNING:

Student Government 1, Student Standards 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3; President 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club; Orchesis 3, 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Figure Leader 4; May Court 3, 4; Chairman of Junior and Senior Dance; Assistant Dining Room Hostess 4. 2, 3, 4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

4;

AA

1,

HARRIS, ELIZABETH GERTRUDE:

Student

Govern-

3,

Studen

AA

3, 4; 4; President of Men's Student Government 4; Staff 4; French Club 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3, 4;

Rotunda

Transferred from Washington and Lee junior year.

HATHAWAY, RUTH 1, 2, 3, 4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

4;

VIRGINIA:

AA

1, 2, 3,

4;

Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Delta Sigma Epsilon Council 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4.

The A. A.

AA

HOBBS, PAULINE JEANETTE:

YWCA

Cotillion

1,

Club

YWCA

Student Government

AA

2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4; 4; Association of

2;

Kappa Delta

Rotunda

strives to save

Student Government Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2;

1,

Secretarv 4;

1,

2,

AA

Assembly Committee

1,

2; Baptist Student

1,

2, 3, 4;

2,

3,

4,

Union

1,

2, 3, 4;

Madrigals 2, 3. 4, Director 3; Historian 4; Cotillion Club 4;

4.

HOLBROOK, HELEN MILLER:

YWCA

Dramatic Club

Student Government 1, House Council 1, 2, 3; 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; ComZeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4;

AA

1. 2, 3, 4;

2, 3,

1, 2, 3, 4;

mercial Club 1, 2, 3, 3; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4.

1, 2, 3,

4; Pan-Hellenic

1, 2, 3, 4;

Student Govern4;

Rotunda

Staff

4.

YWCA

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1; Home Econom.

LUCY WOaTHINGTON:

KAKNIS, HELEN: 1,

Student Governmen-

Manager

3,

1, 2, 3. 4;

YWCA

4;

1, 2, 3,

AA

1,

2, 3, 4;

Go

Class Histotian

1, 2,

House Council Secretary 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 2, 4, President 3; Westminster Fellowship Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, Cotillion

Club

President 3; Orchesis 2, 3, 4; 4, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3;

HUGHES, JUDY:

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

4;

1, 2, 3,

Student Government

AA

1,2, 3,4; 4;

1,

2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4,

Kappa Delta

Treasurer

AA

Student Government 1, 2, 1,2,3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Church

Commercial Club

MARTHA

1,

2, 3, 4.

YWCA

DALBY:

AA

2. 3, 4;

I,

Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4

1, 2, 3,

REBECCA

KELSEY. M.: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4 1,2, 3,4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Town Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Varsity Hockey Team 3; Varsity Basketball Team 2, 3.

YWCA

AA

YWCA

NANCY:

Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Kappa Delta P 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; French Circle 1, 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 4; President 3; Choral Club 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; 1 beta Sigma Upsilon 4;

4; Pi

,

AA

1, 2, 3,

Gamma

Mu

4;

3,

3,4.

KIMBROUGH, PATSY BIRD: 3, 4;

YWCA

I,

Sigma Epsilon May Court 4.

2, 3, 4; 3. 4;

AA

1, 2,

Student Government 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 1. 2, 3. 4; Delta

3, 4;

Home Economics Club

2, 3, 4, Social

Chairman

3, 4; Cotillion

Club

3, 4;

Pi 3, 4, Presi-

LAND, SALLIE 1, 2,

3, 4;

AA

Kappa Sigma

A.: Student Government 1, 2, Home Economics Club

1, 2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

Cotillion

Club

LANGBEIN. ANNE COLSTON: YiVCA 1, 2, 3, 4; AA 1. 2, 3,

2, 3, 4;

3, 4;

YWCA

1. 2, 3,

AA

Student Government 4;

Colonnade

3, 4, 3, 4; 3, 4;

Who's Who 4; 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity Team 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court

1,

Staff 1, 2,

Short Story Editor 2. Managing Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief Student Standards 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Phi Gamma 3. 4; French Circle 3, 4; H2O 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1. 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Orchesis 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Who's Who 4; Varsity Basketball Team 3; Theta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Journalism Club 4.

Mu

3, 4;

3, 4;

4; Pi

2, 3, 4.

3, 4.

B.: Student Government 1, 2, HYLTON. Council 3, 4, Vice-president 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, Council 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Alpha Kappa Gamma Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; H2O 2,

Monogram Club

ANN

KELLY,

Richmond Club

dent 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4, President 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4.

YWCA

Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Gamma Alpha Kappa Gamma 3. 4; French Circle 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary Club 1, 2, 3; Cotillion Club 4.

reasurer 4;

I

Reporter

YWCA

1, 2, 3, 4,

2, 3, 4.

YWCA

Vice-president 3; Choral Club 1; Choir 2, 3, 4.

3,

3, 4;

4;

President 4; Canterbury

KIBLER,

Student

1. 2, 3,

1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3, 4, Vice-president 4; Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business

4;

3, 4;

Student Government

AA

2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3,

HOUSE, ELIZABETH WARREN:

4;

1, 2. 3,

YWCA

Virginian

2, 3,

Student Government

4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Rotunda Staff 2, 3, 4; 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Secre-

tary 4; Spanish Club Choral Club 1, Choir Theta Sigma Upsilon

3, 4;

AA

1, 2. 3, 4.

JONES,

Mu

1, 2, 3,

Alpha Phi Sigma

Group

4;

3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 4; Westt minster Fellowship Council 4; Delta Sigma Epsilon 4; Cotillion 4; Transferred from Mary Washington College junior year3, 4;

1,

Staff 4;

Childhood Educa-

2, 3, 4,

3, 4.

HOGGE, JEAN ELIZABETH:

3, 4;

AA

Club

1, 2, 3,

Dramatic Club

2, 3;

MAE:

JONES. IVA 1,2,3,4; ics

Granddaughters Club 2, 3, tion 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1,

4;

YWCA

4;

1, 2, 3,

French Club

3, 4;

HUGHES, PEGGY ELENOR:

Club.

HATCHER, CALVIN PERKINS:

ment

JANE:

2, 3, 4;

ment 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; AA 1. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1,2; Assocaition of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Choral Club 1; Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Town Girls'

Staff 2, 3, 4;

Secretary 4; Baptist

Club

2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Gamma 3, 4, Vice-president 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2, Treasurer 4; Assembly

2, 3, 4.

tary 3.

2, 3, 4;

JOHNSTON, FRANCES CATHERINE:

Student Government

Rotunda

2, 3, 4;

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2. 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secre-

4;

3, 4; Varsity Hockey Team 3, 4; Transferred 3, 4; from Norfolk Division of William and Mary College junior year.

MARY

HITE.

3, 4;

GRAY, JANE ESTEP:

AA

2, 3, 4;

Student Union 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 3. 4; Iheta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, 4; Transferred from George Washington University sophomore year.

1,

2,

4.

GENTRY, PENICK: Studjnt Government 3, 4; AA 3, 4, Manager of Boys' Basketball Team 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Transferred from Emory and Henry College junior year.

YWCA

YWCA

2, 3, 4;

Association of Childhood Education

3, 4.

1, 2,

Secretary-Treasurer 3;

Chi.

JENKINS, FREDERIC WHITE: Student Government 2, 3, AA 2, 3, 4; Advertising Manager of Rotunda; Dramatic

Club; Wesley Foundation; Transferred from Virginia sophomore year.

money.

145

University of

LINDSEY, PATSY CLAIRE: Student Government 4;

YWCA

3, 4;

1, 2. 3,

Town

Girls'

AA

1,

2, 3,

1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, Club; Association of Childhood Education

4;


Lab work can cause you to

LLOYD, 4;

YWCA

MARGARET 2, 3, 4; AA

"

'

LEE: Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3; Dra1, 2, 3, 4; Richmond Club 4;

Canterbury Club

1;

Club

3. 4.

MOYER, ELLEN

Mu

LOVING, JEAN OTIS:

YWCA Staff

2, 3, 4;

1,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2; Rotu.sd.^ French Club 1, 2; Choral Club 1; Choir 2, 3, 4.

1, 2, 3, 4;

LUCY,

ANNE

AA

1. 2, 3, 4;

YWCA

ELIZABETH:

1, 2, 3, 4;

AA

daughters Club 1, 2, Wesley Foundation 1,

4;

AA

1, 2, 3, 4;

3, 4;

Student Government 4;

YWCA

Transferred from Ferrum Junior College senior year.

4;

NASSER, PAULINE 3, 4;

YWCA

1, 2. 3.

4;

ANNA:

AA

1. 2, 3,

to pose.

1,

2,

2, 3;

1, 2, 3,

Choir

YWCA

4;

Student Govern1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Virgin-ian Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Choral Club 1,

AA

Art Editor 4; Club 4.

EARLINE:

AA

Student Government

YWCA

RAY:

2,

1,

4;

3,

Student Government

AA

2,

1,

3,

4,

Student Government

1,

AA

2,

President of Men's Student Government 3; 1, 2, 3, 4 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; French Circle 2, 3 Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice-president; Who's Who 4 Secretary of Campus Relations Committee of Methodist Church 3, 4,

MACPHERSON, VALERIE

A.: Student Gove 3, 4; 3. 4; 3, 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; Choir 4; Transferred from Woman's College of the University of North Carolina junior year.

YWCA

E.

AA

MADDOX, NANCY

YWCA

LEE: Student Government

AA

I, 2, 3,

4;

Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4, Council

1, 4;

1, 2, 3,

4;

Vice-president 4; Cotillion Club

1, 2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4.

MARSTON, CORNELIA ADELAIDE:

MEETER, 3, 4;

YWCA

Spanish Club

MILLER,

4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3, 4,

Club

4;

NANCY HUYETT: 2, 3, 4; AA 2, 1,

1,

1,

2;

Dramatic Club

Student Government 3, 4;

Pi

Gamma

Mu

1, 2,

3, 4;

1, 2, 3.

MARY REGINA: Student Government 2, 3, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4; New.>man Club 4; AA

Club

Cotillion

I,

Vice-president

Choral Club

1;

3,

President 4;

H2O 2,

Alpha Sigma Alpha

3, 4;

3, 4;

Monogram

Cotillion

Club

NOCK, RUTH ANN:

YWCA

1, 2,

YWCA

ANNA: Student Government 3, 4; 3, 4; Senior House President; Westminster FellowCouncil 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Varsity Hockey Team 3, 4; Delta Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Transferred from Marion College junior year. ship

AA

3, 4,

PAULUS EARL:

Student Government 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Hampden-Sydney College sopho-

AA

AA

3, 4;

Student Government 4; House Council

1, 2, 3,

1,

2,

dent Government I, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; French Circle 3; Dramatic Club Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; Chi.

2, 4;

3,

4;

Alpha

Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4; Eastern Shore Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, President 4; H2O 3, 4; Orchcsis 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus Representative 3. Phi Sigma

2, 3, 4;

RATCHFORD, HARRIET FRANCES SAUTELLE:

tion of

4;

1, 2, 3,

AA

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3; Associa-

2, 3, 4;

1,

Childhood Education

OLIVER, JEAN

4.

YWCA

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-. urer 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. G.

:

AA

O'LOUGHLIN, CARRIE ANN: 2, 3, 4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3,

hood Education Secretary

3, 4;

AA

4;

1, 2, 3,

Dramatic Club

President

1,

Student Government 1, 4; Association of Child-

Stu-

1, 2, 3,

1, 2;

4;

Sigma

3, 4;

Newman Club

1,

MARIE

LOUISE: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4 REDD, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Standards 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4; Westminster Fellowship Council 2; Choral Club 1 Choir 2; Pi Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Representative on Radio Committee 4; Chi.

YWCA

AA

RICHARDS, JANE MARIE: Student Government 3, 4; 4; 3, 4; French Circle 3; Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship 3; Westminster Fellowship 3; Eastern Shore Club 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Philosophy Club 3, 4; Transferred from S. T. C.

YWCA 3,

Salisbury,

AA

Maryland junior

year.

RICHARDSON, POLLY:

YWCA 1,2,3, 4; AA

1, 2, 3,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4 Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1

4;

Association of Childhood Education

Sigma Sigma Sigma

1, 2, 3,

4; Cotillion

Club

1, 2, 3, 4.

2,

4.

RITTER, PATSY ANN:

ANNE

CABELL: Student Government 1, 2, 3, OVERBY, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 4; Council 2; Monogram Club 4; Choir 2; Varsity Hockey Team Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4; 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

YWCA

AA

PADDISON, PATRICIA LYNN: 2, 3, 4;

AA

I ;

OLD, DORIS ELIZABETH:

YWCA

YWCA

French Circle

1,

I,

2,3, 4;

2;

H.O

AA

1,

2, 3, 4;

Student Government

2,3, 4; Colonn.^de Staff

Alpha Sigma Tau

1,

4,

3, 4.

2, 3, 4.

PAULSON, DOUGLAS LYLE:

AA 2,

3, 4;

Student Government 2, 3, Men's Basketball Team. Transferred from Hamp-

den-Sydney College sophomore year.

146

YWCA

1,

2, 3,

Kappa Gamma

3,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha 4; 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; H2O 1, 2,

AA

4, President 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Orchesis 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, Captain Varsity Hockey Team 3, 4, Captain 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 1

3,

3, 4;

Cotillion

Club

2, 3, 4.

2, 3;

1, 2, 3,

Historian 2; Pan-Hellenic Secretary 4; Cotillion Club 2,

4;

4:

1, 2, 3, 4.

PHIPPS, JO

PRICE,

),

1, 2, 3,

President

YWCA

AA

3, 4,

3,

4; Cotillion

NICHOLS, ANN: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Delta Sigma Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4.

Student Governi

ment 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; AA 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha PhSigma 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, President 4; Baptist Student Union Executive Council 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4.

Council 4

1, 2, 3, 4,

Secretary

YWCA

McGHEE, JAMES STUART:

1, 2,

Student Standards 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, 4; H-O 3 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Orchesis 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's'Who 4: Varsity Hockey Team 2, 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4

3, 4;

ment

YWCA

PHILLIPS,

Student Government 4; Virgini.in StalF 1,

CoLONN.^DE Stalf 3, 4, Essay Editor 3, Business Manager 4: Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Journalism Club 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2,_ 3, 4, Council 3, 4; Richmond Club 3, 4, President 3, 4; Com' mercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 4; United World Federalists 3, 4, Vice President 3.

Staff 2, 4,

THELMA

PEAKE,

1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Association of Childhood Education 3; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4.

3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

MARY EVA:

McBRIDE,

YWCA

3, 4;

4;

NEWELL, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, House Council 2, 3; GrandFuture Teachers of America 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 4;

M.: Student Government

3, 4,

YWCA

LOVE. DENISE M.: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3. 4; 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary of Junior Class. Vice-president of Senior Class; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Gamma 3. 4. President 4: Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2, Secretary 2; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta 3, 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4.

AA

3, 4; House Council 4; Future Teachers of America Vice-president 4; Monogram Club 4; Varsity Hockey Team Varsity Basketball Team 3; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4; Transferred from Marion College junior year. 3, 4;

3,

AA

Time out

Shirley steps out.

1, 2, 3.

I,

matic Club

tear your hair out.

ROADY,

NORMA 4; AA

L.:

Student Government

1,

2,

3,

4;

YVi'CA 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4; Vice-president of Junior Class, President of Senior Class; Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Orchesis 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Team 2; Cotillion Club

2, 3, 4;

Alpha Sigma Alpha

3, 4;

May

Court

4; Ctii.


4

ROBERTSON, BOBBY JEAN: Student Government 1. 2, 1, 2, 3, 4; Virginian Staff 1, 2. 3; 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3. 4; Dramatic Club 1; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4; 3, 4;

YWCA

AA

Club

Cotillion

1,

Education

Club

2. 3,

AA

2,

1.

3,

4:

AA

1, 2, 3. 4; Association of Childhood Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Dramatic

3, 4;

4;

CAROL

STOOPS,

YWCA

Newman Club

3, 4;

Club

Cotillion

1, 2;

BIRD: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Rotunda Staff I,

Club

1, 2, 3. 4,

1, 2,

Treasurer

SHANK, BETTY LEWIS: 4;

1, 2, 3,

AA

Student Government

Rotunda

2, 3, 4:

1,

Secretary 4; Cotillion

DraChoral

2, 3;

1,

2;

3, 4.

Club

I, 2,

I, 2, 3,

4;

AA

Rotunda

2, 3, 4;

1,

Court

2,

1,

3,

4;

Grand-

Staff 2, 3;

1,

2;

3,

4;

1,

2,

3,

4,

THRIFT, LUCY TYLER:

YWCA

1,2,

1, 2, 3,

Student Government

3, 4,

Treasurer

President

4.

1,

3,

2,

1.

3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma Baptist Student Union

1,

3, 4;

1, 2, 3,

1,

3,

4;

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1; Choir 3.

AA

Student Government

2;

TUCK, JULIA

YWCA

Westminster Fellowship

3, 4.

1, 2,

3, 4;

1, 2,

Staff 3, 4;

ELISE:

AA

1, 2,

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 3, 4; House Council 2; Rotunda 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3.

Granddaughters Club

AA

TURNER, JEAN MEREDITH: 3, 4;

YWCA

2, 3, 4;

1,

Colonn.\de Staff Club 1, 2; HiO 3, 2,

Vice-president 2; Inter-varsity Christian Fellow-

WHEELER, MARILYN ROSE: Student Government 3, 4; 3. 4; House Council 4; Rotunda Staff 4; 3, 4; French Circle 3; Baptist Student Union 3, 4, Council 4; Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 3; Transferred from Averett Col-

YWCA

AA

lege junior year.

3; 4;

AA

I,

Student Government

2, 3, 4;

Rotunda

Granddaughters Club

Alpha Sigma Tau

1,

1, 2, 3,

2,

3,

1,

MARGARET COURTNEY

YWCA

1. 2, 3, 4;

AA

1,

Student

4; Staff

3,

Advertising Manager 3, Business Movie Review Editor 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2, Vicepresident 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Journalism Club 3, 4.

Student

Club

WILKINSON, SARA:

YWCA

AA

1, 2, 3, 4;

Student Government 1, 4; Home Economics Club

1, 2, 3,

2,

3,

4;

1, 2, 3.

3,4.

TURNER, LOUISE DARE:

Go

Rotunda Staff 1, 2, Manager 4; Colonnade

2, 3. 4;

JANE:

2

Staff 3, 4; 4; French

4; Cotillion

WHITE,

Government 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; AA 1. 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class Cheerleader 3,4; May Court 4.

WILLIAMS, JANE ELIZABETH: SLAVIN, JANICE ALEEN:

I,

Staff 3, 4;

1, 2, 3.

Home

Student Go 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 3, 4; 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Pi Kappa Sigma 3, 4, Secretary 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4; Transferred from Madison College junior

4;

Rotunda

4;

1, 2, 3,

2;

4:

1,

3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4,

ship,

1,

Future

2;

SIMMONS, SHIRLEY VAUGHAN:

YWCA

1, 2,

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Librarian 4; Wesley Founda-

1,

hood Education

4;

1, 2, 3,

Alpha Phi Sigma

1,

NANCY C: 2, 4; AA

SHORT,

AA

3, 4;

YWCA

2, 3, 4;

1, 2, 3, 4.

3, 4;

YWCA

YWCA

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 1, 2, 3; Virginian Staff

1, 2, 3, 4,

WEEKS, JUANITA WINFIELD:

3, 4, Treasurer 4; Executive Council 2, President 4. :

Fellowship

TRAYNHAM, HELEN OWEN: Student Governmenr 2, YWCA 2, 3, 4; AA 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Association of Child-

3.

Teachers of America Economics Club 1, 2,

AA

Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Student Standards 4; Commercial Club 4; Varsity Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Pi Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3; Cotillion Club 2, 3. 4; Journalism Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

Teachers of America

2, 3, 4.

Student Government

3, 4;

2, 3, 4;

1,

daughters Club I, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 3; Spanish Club Choir 2, 3; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club

May

Student Government Council 4; Monogram Club 4; Club 4; Transferred from

3, 4,

3, 4,

tion

SHELOR, LOU ALYCE:

YWCA

AA

Alpha Phi

Staff 1;

Sigma 1; Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Spanish Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3, 4; Orcheses 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Alpha Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4,

3, 4;

WEBB, JOYCE:

2, 3, 4;

1,

AA

4;

1, 2. 3,

matic Club

3. 4.

YWCA

YWCA

3. 4;

Varsity Hockey Team 3, 4; Cotillion Stratford College junior year.

2, 3, 4.

SEKERES. ELIZABETH: Student Government

YWCA

WATSON, MARY ELIZABETH:

LAURA

LEE: Student Government 2, 3, 4; STICKLEY, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Home Eco2, 3, 4; nomics Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Transferred from Saint Mary's sophomore year.

YWCA

YWCA Club

3,

3, 4;

AA

4;

3, 4;

Rotunda

Student Government 3, 4; Staff 3, 4; Home Economics

Transferred from Averett College junior year.

1,2, 3,4;

YWCA

1,2, 3,4;

AA

1, 2, 3,

Student Government 4; Association of Child-

hood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Choral Club 1; Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4; CotiUion

Club

2, 3, 4;

Chi.

2, 3, 4,

YWCA

SMETHIE, BEVERLEY: Student Government 3, 4; 3, 4; Secretary of Senior Class; Rotunda Staff 3, 4. Advertising Manager 4; Colonnade Staff 3, 4; Boerc Eh Thorn 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Le Circle Francaise 3, 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 3, 4; Cotillion Club 3. 4; Transferred from Marion Junior College junior year.

3, 4;

AA

SMITH, 1, 2, 3,

3, 4;

4;

R.

AA

JANE: 1,

Student Government

2, 3, 4;

Rotunda

Delta Sigma Epsilon 2,

1, 2. 3, 4;

Staff 3, 4;

3, 4; Cotillion

YWCA

Colonnade

Club

Staff

4.

VAUGHAN, LUCY HOLMES: 3, 4;

YWCA

1,

2, 3, 4;

AA

1, 2,

Student Government

3, 4;

Association of Childhood Education 2, 3,4.

Rotunda

3, 4;

1,

2,

1, 2, 3,

Phi Sigma

4;

AA

YWCA

AA

V.: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 4; Score Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; Alph

YWCA

WALKER, RUTH:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Sigma 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 3, 4, Sectetary 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4,

YWCA

Gamma

Mu 3, 4;

4;

AA

1, 2, 3,

Student Government

Green and White cheer

4; Beorc

1,

2,

AA

WALKER, SUE: 4;

3,

leaders.

YWCA

1, 2,

4; 1,

3, 4;

LOUISE: Student Government

AA

1, 2. 3, 4,

Council

3, 4;

3, 4: Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4.

Orcheses

H2O 4;

Team

1,

2;

Student Gove Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Treasurer

3;

4;

Student Government 2,3, 4; 2, 3, 4; Council 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Pi 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Wesley

AA

President 4;

Orcheses

2, 3, 4,

Monogram Club

YWCA 2, Gamma

3,

List.

147

Council 4;

YWCA

1, 2, 3, 4,

House Council 3, 4, President 4; Student Standards 4; Commerical Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Alpha Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Cotillion Club 3, 4. 1,

2, 3, 4;

Mu

Foundation

3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer Treasurer 4; Varsity Hockey Team 2; Pi 3, 4; Transferred from Averett

Kappa Sigma 4; Cotillion Club College sophomore year.

The Crumb's

WRIGHT, JACQUELYN FAY: 3, 4,

:

Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4; Pi Future Teachers of America 4; Spanish Club 1.

1, 2, 3,

4;

Monogram Club Zeta Tau Alpha

AA

2, 3, 4,

STEVENS, LOIS MARION:

WOODWARD, MARY

2.

2, 3, 4; Choral Club Transferred from Rich-

Professional Institute sophomore year.

1, 2, 3,

3,

4;

Art Editor; Baptist Student Union

1, 2, 3,

BARBARA ANNE:

Student Government 1 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 1, Choir 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 3; Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club, May Court 3, 4; 3, 4; Chi.

YWCA 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 4; AA 2, 3, 4; Viroini.vn

Staff 3,

mond

WADE, HARRIETTE

YWCA

Student Government

2, 3, 4;

2; Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship;

Vice-president 3, President 4.

SOURS,

WOOD, DOROTHY THRASHER:

Staff 2, 3, 4:

Theta Sigma Upsilon

ANN

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mr 1.

Good

2.

"Now

3.

Room

hit? I

lay

Listen to him, Lynch. Practice teachers returning. 6. Pay attention to the game.

4.

me down

mates.

to sleep."

5.

7.

No. Not Buck

cleaning.

8.

What

are

you doing, Steck?

Taste good, Shang? 10. Winnie. 9.


.

!

Returning from Saturday night in

5.

3.

of us can't even get one Childhood days. Holbrook never stops talking.

6.

A

4.

Attention!

7.

Stop watching, Georgia.

1

2.

Some

the Building.

"gob"

in a

mob.

8.

9.

10.

"I promise to be good. Well, Joye

Our

Katie.


1.

Suits are in style this year.

3.

Off to Sunday dinner.

6.

Ned's

2.

Two bugs

4.

Hey, head!

7.

At

5.

Now

in a rug?

smile.

carriage.

least

Margaret

Ann

is

happy.


.

2.

Look at the bird, Betty. Things are looking up.

3.

Come

1

on, try to smile.

4.

Leaving us?

8.

Night before Christmas hoUdays.

5.

Twins?

9.

Ruth

6.

Two

7.

The

headed Burnette? editor got hers early.

10.

is

really stepping high.

Leaving chapel.


Studying in the Library?

Index and Register Atkins, Jean Graham; 706 Clay

Abbitt, Eddie Abbitt,

Mary

Ann; Madison Heights Betty; Route

... .63, 104

Box 491,

2,

62, 63, 75, 104

Madison Heights

Abernathy, Shirley Ann; Stony Creek Acree, Mary Maxwell; 406

63

Avedikian, Marian; 644 West 35th Norfolk

Lynchburg

18, 89,

124

Ayers, Betty Jean; Pulaski

Adams, Joyce Broaddus; 1520 Greycourt Ave., Richmond 45, 89, 94, Danville

63

100

Route

2,

St.,

17, 89,

93

Baker, Elsie

Mae; Surry

17,

100

St.,

.

63, 93, 105

.

Anderson, Claudia Page; Anderson ville, 45, 81, 91, 122

Anderson, Jean Dubberly, 61 Greene Boulevard, Portsmouth

Andrews, Barbara Lee; 330 53rd

Newport News

17,

96

17, 79, 100 St.,

Norfolk

63

Arington, Helen; 314 Cabell

St.,

Bland,

Barber, Billie Jane;

Lynchburg,

63

Chatham .

Remo

Ellen; Earl St.,

63, 93, 105

Mildred Marie

;

Box 534, Tazewell.

Onley

53

35th

.

Farmville

19,

Ann; Belona

Borkey, Betty Scott; Bowling Green

Beard,

J.

Booker, Grace Ellen

;

Pamplin

Borum, Clara Ellen; Box

132

63, 100

Bauserman, Hilda Marie; Luray

18, 88,

53

Bondurant, Catherine Taylor; 503 First Ave.,

Booker, Barbara

Kathryn Douglas; 2320 Grove Ave.,

53

45

Barrow, Margaret Helen; 711 Brunswick Ave., Blackstone 63, 98, 104 45, 85

.

St.,

Bobb, Richard Walter; 312 E. Maryland Ave., Crewe

45 53

W.

Norfolk

18, 84, 87, 88, 90, 112, 123

Accomac

Beamer, Reginald Mason; 200 Ave., Crewe

100

Tappahannock,

Bloxton, Shirley Virginia; 322

Norfolk

Beale,

53

19, 79, 88,

63 53, S3

12, Burkeville

63

94

W. Maryland

Winifred; Raphine.l9, 81, 100, 101, 124

Boswell, Ann Taliaferro; 1330 Drive, S.W., Roanoke

Lakewood

Boswick, Dorothy Anne; 1400

Hampton

Drive,

63

Newport News

62, 63

Beasley, Margaret Ellen; Big Stone Gap, 19, 74, 84, 128

Beckham, Thomas Moore; 504 High

137 Chesapeake Ave., 18, 85, 100, 101,

Nan

63

Chatham

Lynda Carolyn; Westover.

Blessing,

N. Confederate Ave.,

Barnes, Hester Racilia;

63

Carey; Box 28, Lilian ... .45, 93

St.,

18 1

18, 79, 81, 123

Mary Puckett; Newport News

Ave.,

E. Virginia

63, 93, 100, 104

Richmond

St.,

Andrews, Frances Gates; 416 West 19th

Ann

Blackwell, Lina Trible;

53

Barnes, Betty Carolyn; I7l7 La Salle Ave., 63, 73

Anderson, Catherine Virginia; Mila.

Black,

45

53, 98, 105

Farmville

2,

Newport News Banks, June Helen;

Snadston

Waynesboro,

Amory, Jessie Curtis; 1313 22nd Newport News

735

Bishop, Virginia Kathryn;

Bakes, Jeanne Marie; 848 15th 53, 100

Allison, Irma Lee; Haynesville 2,

Hunter Joseph; 207

Bishop, Rosa Kent;

Roanoke

Ballowe, Flora Alice; Route

Allen, Ina Jane; Amelia

Route

117

St.,

W. 38th St., Norfolk

Mary Ann;

Benedict,

112

17, 88, 94,

Louise;

38th

Bishop, Celeste Wise; 491 Avondale Drive, Danville

Brookneal, 45, 83, 91, 104,125

Baker, Betty, Lois; 38 Boiling St., Portsmouth

Burkeville,

N. 26th

W.

45,85

Bedinger,

Biddlecomb,

53

Baker, Betty Alice; 1315 Second St., S.W.,

St.,

Richmond

Winborne; Newsoms

Bailey, Georgia Louise;

45, 73, 82, 83, 85, 86, 97, 112, 119

Allen, Frances Lucille; 115

735

Be veil. Carter Elizabeth; Boydton Bailey, Betty

100, 101

17, 85, 87, 88,

Agnew, Helen MacLean;

53, 74, 112,

Porterfield;

Norfolk

St.,

Agee, Gloria Majorie; 204 Moffett

Alma

Bedinger,

St.,

Crewe

45, 89, 100, 101, 104

Charlottesville

Asher,

Beckner, Edith Marian; 412 Westover Blvd.,

63

.

45, 79

Buffalo St.,

Adams, Andrea Joan; 307 Market

Mary

Franklin

Atkinson, Shirley Lee; Cumberland

45, 79, 93, 99, 102, 105, 125

Farmville

Alphin,

St.,

Students

of

120

Farmville

Boswick, Marjorie Drive, Newport

May; 1400 Hampton

News

19, 112,

122

St.,

Bourne, Edith Scott; Box 313, Wytheville. ...

63


Bowie, Virginia Gary; 600 Lewis Fredericksburg

Burneft, Dorothy Jean; Route 3, Bedford,

St.,

Burnette,

Bowling, Harriet Frances; Andersonville,

Ann McGuire; Route

1,

20, 81, 103, 124

Bowling, Sarah Hatcher; Andersonville

53

Bradshaw, Claudia Paulette; Rice

Anne; 1027 Graydon Ave., 20, 73, 74, 84, 116

Norfolk

Mary Hunt; Ghase Gity Breeden, Marian Roselle; 2715 Woodrow

Parkersburg,

St.,

W. Va

45, 121

Brickman, Sally Beth; R.F.D.

2,

Box 154,

Roanoke Brisentine,

53, 122

Dorothy Mae; R.F.D.

1,

Box

2,

45,

98

Cedar Court, 63,73

Browder, Virginia Lois; 311 Davie Ave., Lawrenceville

53

Brown, Barbara Bette; 1313 Clay Lynchburg

St.,

53, 121

Nancy Deane; 5223 Devonshire Road, Richmond 20, 89

Bruce,

St.,

S.W.,

Roanoke

63

Buchanan, Laura Sexton;

53

Saltville 20, 103 .

130 131

Buck, Katherine

J.;

Ordinary

Bunch, Catherine Helen; Smithfield

Bunn, Vivian Paige; Newsoms

Library population increasing?

20

53, 119

53

Cook, John Randall; 211 Walnut

Mary

Campbell, Betty Jane; Glasgow

High

53, 79, 104

Hill,

Danville

1,

64

Crewe

54

Richmond

Carter, Barbara Rose; Finchley

64 21, 122

45, 123

Crawford,

Ann; 3005-A

64, 100

First Ave.,

64

Mary

W.

Adele; 1510

Richmond

44th

St.,

54, 83, 103, 127

Creasy, Matilda Alice; R.F.D.

1,

54

Charlottesville

Carter, Mildred Catherine; Sutherlin.

Gartwright, Phyllis Adair; 602

S.

.

.45, 81, 85

Creger,

Nansemond

Richmond

Mary

Frances; 2518 Brandon Road,

Roanoke

46, 128

100 Creger, Sara Buckley; 2518 Brandon Road,

Gaskey, Barbara Ann; 5208 Riverside Drive,

Richmond

64, 94

Ann; Route

1,

53

W.

109th

St.,

New

Roanoke Critzer,

Box 124,

South Boston

Ann

54, 129

Scruggs; 301

S.

Virginia

Farmville Critzer,

York

St.,

81, 85, 88,

Minta Hopkins; 102 12th

9,

124

St., Pulaski,

22, 46, 126, 127

City Crocker, Sarah Katherine; 1003

Castros, Helen Edith; 1506 Eureka Circle,

Roanoke

64

Gladys ...

64

Clark, James Boyce; 830 BuUalo St., Farmville

64

Clarke,

Ronceverte,

Cox, Judith Lee; Christiansburg Crafts, Barbara

Cumberland

.

54, 129

45

Marye;Gumberland

.

98

Crewe

St.,

W. Va

21

St.,

.22,

Covington, Peggy Lee; 310 E. Tennessee Ave.,

Charlottesville

Carter, Doris

.

53

Carson, Jessie Banford; Prospect

St.,

.

Helen; 4808 Old Brook Road,

Cotton, Barbara Ann; Route Calvo, Dennise Rivera; Box 623, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

2,

St.,

21, 112

Connelly, Helen Louise; 608 Draper Road, Blacksburg 45, 81, 89, 93, 127.

Conner, Doris Mescal; Gloucester Point.

Richmond

Cheatham, Joyce Anne; R.F.D. Buck, Elizabeth Morrison; 407-A Beech Farmville

64, 105

Cosby, Nancy Lee; Walnut Caldwell, Dorothy Anne; 600 South High St., Franklin 21, 88, 130, 131

Castanet, Elba; 243

45, 89, 100

Bryant, Vera Marie; Boykins

64, 104

Remo

Cook,

Gassada, Doris

Bryant, Peggy Lee; 3810 Kecoughtan Road,

Hampton

Butterworth, Harriet Boiling; 4106 Kensington Ave., Richmond 45, 128

Carter, Jo Jacquelyn;

Browning, Roberta Barkley; 520 West Clifford St., Winchester 63, 75, Si-

Bryant, Nathalie; 1320 Fifth

64,75

Carmichael, Catherine Chaney; 1013 Little

Prospect Brothers, Christine Everett; 105 Suffolk

Elizabeth; 217 Pinner St.,

88

53, 127

Coleman, Olivia Ann; Ford Gonley, Sarah Anne;

C

20, 94, 119

Brewbaker, Margaret Sue; 317 Eighth

Mary

Suffolk

21, 79,

124

53, 119

Brame,

Ave., Richmond

Farmville,

1,

16, 21, 84, 85, 86, 88,

Burton,

63,75

Suffolk

Bragg, Elizabeth

Burnette, Virginia Page; Rou'^e

Richmond Ave.,

Isabel; 18

Schoolfield

Coleman, Dorothy Kim; Lovingston

Farmville, 45, 91. 100, 125

45, 129

Bradshaw, Nell Frances; 314 Highland Ave.,

Cobb, Catherine

64, 100, 102, 105

19

Ann

Shirley;

Apt.

1,

Watson Court,

Petersburg

Chngempeel, Joyce Lee; Route Roanoke

45, 89 1,

53, 117

St.,

54,117

Cromar, Murray Robb; 3156-A Floyd Ave., Richmond 22, 89, 90, 94, 116, 132

Crowder, Dolores Ann; 2607 Lafayette Ave.,

Richmond Crowder, Mary Minta; 620

Box 179,

N. Borad

Suffolk

Blackstone

64, 100, 105 S.

Main

St.,

46, 85, 108, 121


Freshmen behind

bars.

Crowgey, Mary Flourney; 1817 Roundhill Ave., Roanoke 22, Crute,

Emma

Duncan, Dolores Wooding; 2934 Simpson 81,

I

22,

!

Cornelia; Charlotte Court

Cullip, Clara Ruth;

Route

1,

Moss

Dunford, Dorothy; 2904

House Damascus

Ferguson, Elisabeth Haskins; Prospect,

St.,

Norfolk .... 23, 73, 74, 76, 84, 88, 89, 94, 105, 122 Side Ave.,

Richmond

54

46, 104

Duvall, Edith Virginia; Hoadly

46, 83, 85

128

25, 50, 115,

Ferguson, Frances Perkins; Prospect. Ferratt, Lelia

.25, SO, 128

.

Mae; 3502 Somme Ave.,

Norfolk

25, 89, 122, 123

Flaugher, Charlotte Pelletier; 1359 Boiling

Ave., Norfolk

E Dalton, Nell Virginia;

Red Oak

Davis, Alice Patricia; 2118 48th

54

News

24. 74, 80, 84

22, 120

Beatrice; 3

Elm

Fones, Helen

Box 677, Winchester

Newport

St.,

Davis, Lula Christine; Branchville

Dawson, Virginia

Eagle, Jacqueline Elaine;

54

Easley, Lila Waller;

600 Starling

Mary Ann; Route

Foreman, June; Box 157,

24, 74, 115, 126, 127

54

Egerton, Helen W; Spotsylvania Star Route, Fredericksburg 46, 121

Red Oak

46, 105

Dickson, Dorothy Anne; 412 Spencer

46

Ramona

Jean; Box 285, Schoolfield.

Divers, June Marie; 219

W.

.

54

.

Berkley Ave.,

Norfolk

46,85

Dodd, Barbara Ann; Pedlar Mills. Dodd, Dorothy Ann; Dry Fork.

.

.

.64, 100, 104

.23, 86, 100,

.

Dodson, Frances Evelyn; 517 Maryland Ave., Norfolk 23, 73, 89, 126, 127. Donnally, Patricia Diane;

Low Moor

Doutt, Dorothy Lee; 111

S.

124

.

Duke, Hope Lord; 227 Shenandoah Portsmouth Frances; 4700 Bart

24,

Franklin, Frances Elizabeth; 242

89

Jean Douglas; 1115 Washington Ave., South Boston 54, 131

Elmore, Wilton Shapard; Alberta Elmquist, Shirley Elene; 510 Ave., Hampton

.

125

.26, 93,

Ada

W.

18th

98

St.,

54, 78, 83

Branch; Eentonvills

54,

Ethridge, Joyce

54

64

125

Hope; Back Bay

Gamble, Barbara Anne; Wellville 46, 85

Nancy Adams; Route

Crewe

Catling,

54, 128

Newport News

St.,

54, 129

Ann; Box

Ann

Joyce; 316

188,

Chase City

24, 85, 88, 89, 124

Castle. 46, 98, 104, 125

Felton, Allie Jane; Whaleyville .... 25, 85, 87, 104

S.

Main

.

.

64 26

St.,

Suffolk

64, 100, 105

Gentry, Penick; 103

46

154

Box 201,

Garnett, Frances Ellen; Curdsville

Fahrbach, Shirley Anita; 214 Tennessee Ave.,

New

2,

Lynchburg Garner, Barbara

Lena Evelyn;

64, 105

46, 119

Everett, Frances Burton; Bon Air

Farrier,

85

64

G

54

Farmer, Margaret Wyles; Farmville,

46, 79,

Fugate, Dorothy Dell; Box 573, Willislon, Florida

Evans, Larry Everette; Blairs

23, 122

St.,

54, 100, 104

54

Farmer, Jeanne Livingston; 730-A 35th

St.,

Nineveh

Fritts, Lauralee;

Newport News

F

23, 85, 89, 94, 120

Portsmouth

Charlotte Court House

54, 131

Olive; Andersonville

Richmond

.54, 104,

Richmond

Garbee, .

Droste, Sarah EUzabeth; 1404 Lake Ave.,

Duma, Edith

May;

Evans, Mildred Livingston; Halifax .

23, 100, 102, 105

Dowdy, Gladys

.

Norfolk Elder, E.

4th Ave.,

Hopewell

.

Elliott,

Bristol

Dillard,

St. Brides

Margaret Downing; Lively.

Foster, Elizabeth Miller; 5300 Bendley Road,

Fristoe,

St.,

89

24, 85, 89, 103, 124

64, 100, 106

Pamphn

25,

St. Brides,

Edwards, Hilda Marie; Arvonia,

deSilva, Gloria Joan; 171 Hillside Ave.,

Dickerson, Sarah NefF;

64

Virgilina

26, 88, 98, 124

Forrester,

Dickenson, Virginia Ann;

1,

24, 79

64

Chatham, N. J

25

Hague

Shields;

Foreman, Anne; Box 157,

St.,

Martinsville

Edmunds, Lucy Ann; McKenney,

St.,

Petersburg

Ford,

De

W.

Tennessee Ave.,

Crewe Gerrells, Bonnie Lessie;

Route

5,

Danville. ...

Gibson, Bunny Rowena; Henry Gilley, Sara Nell;

Williamsburg

54

64, 81

Richmond Road, 54, 125


Gillie,

Nancye

Louise; 124 Wilton Ave.,

Gills,

Ruth

E.; Ballsville

Mary

Frances;

46, 112 128

Hampden-Sydney

Girard, Suzanne Marie -Rosa; 27 Quai Rolland, Lyon, France

Gladding,

.

.

.

Mae; Box

Gowin, Hajel

282,

55 98

55,

Lucille; Andersonville

Graham, Sarah Ann; 303 Fine

Mary

St.,

64

Farmville.

55

.

Frances; Box 508, Fredericks-

Gravely, Elizabeth Starling; 201 Starling Ave., Martinsville 44, 46, 84, 112, 121 26, 88, 90, 100

Gregory, Dorothy Ann; Skipwith

55,

98

55

Harman, Betty Lou; Tazewell Harper, Frances Miles;

Dry

55

Fork, 46, 79, 100, 105

Farmville Harris,

27, 73, 85, 88, 89, 100

Emma

Bibb; 11

Dumont

Apt.,

Lynchburg

55

Peggy Ann; 420 Church Emporia

Harris,

55, 131 46, 81

Portsmouth

26

Grijzard, Barbara Jane; Drewryville, 26, 85, 87, 130, 131

27, 72

27, 115, 130, 131 S.

Virginia

Lucy Page;

W. Main

Front Royal,

St.,

Mae; 4018 Northrop

St.,

Farmville

55

Richmond

55

46

Hamlet, Katherine Anne; South Hill. S.

28th

.

.65, 75,

104

St.,

Arlington

65

Hancock, Betty Cornelia; 408 Military Road, Suffolk 55,65 Hancock, Jean Agnes Maria; Sedley Hankins, Elizabeth Jarman; 609

W.

Richmond Hardin, Helen Manning; 1521

34th

65, 75, 100

West Ave.,

Richmond

Exams! Some hold their heads

27, 116, 132

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;others

lose

them.

Sycamore

S.

Ellen;

Elsie Alice;

Thaxton

Thaxton

28, 128

Nancy

Gale; 102 S.

West

St.,

Culpeper

55, 119

House, Elizabeth Warren; Way-Lin Manor,

Lansdowne, Penna

28, 85, 86, 90, 103, 128 Jeffress St.,

South Boston

65 S.

Main

St.,

Suffolk

65,75

C;

Gasburg

Huegal, John Edward; 651

47

W. Vine

St..

.

.65,

104

Belle;

72, 106, 108

443 Lexington Ave.,

Charlottesville

28, 73, 85, 89, 105

Hughes, Peggy Elenor; Red Ash

28

Hughes, Rachel Inez; Box 403, Mullens, 46

W. Va

55,131

Humphreys, Anne; Box 290, West Point. 65

Humphreys, Joye; Box

290,

West Point

.

,

...

Humphries, Lucyle Dove; Box 623, Culpeper,

Henderson, Nancy Dillard; Arrington.

Hundley,

Mary

.46, 98,

Toano

129

47 27, 124

Jane; Clarksville

Hoback, Dolores Lorraine; 575 Tazewell St., Wytheville 55, 96, 126

Norfolk

W.

27th

55, 121

Ann

Keith; Boydton

Hurst, Iva Jean; Hutter, Harold

Camp

65

Hey ward; Route

Hylton, Martha Danville

Blair;

6,

Lynchburg

282 Carolina Ave.,

St.,

St.,

55, 131

65

Lee

28, 81, 89, 126, 127

Hodges, Eloise Deviers; 110 Walnut Covington

65

55, 98, 125

Heather, Constance Jane; 1406 N. Gleve Road, Arlington 27, 89, 100, 101, 124

Hite,

55

55 46, 89, 100, 104

Haynes, Nancy Jean; 1207 Chatham Heights,

Higgs, Marian Virginia;

124

St.,

Hoover, Margaret Dee; 934 Holladay St., Portsmouth 47, 100, 102

Hughes, Julia

Hawley,

Hobbs, Pauline Jeanette; 218

St.,

.28, 100, 101,

Lancaster, Penna

Hawley, Alberta

65

Hamlet, Hazel Joyce; Phenix

.

.

Hood, Marjorie Elizabeth; 6565 Cottage Toll Road, Norfolk

Huckstep, Geraldine

Martinsville

Richmond

Hammer, Barbara Anne; 1253

St.,

Hayes, Rena Mae; 214 Norview Ave., Norfolk

65, lOO'

Hall, Marjorie

Holbrook, Helen Miller; 1693 Petersburg

Howell, Frances Ruth; 194

Hawkins, Barbara Anne; 22 Westmoreland

Haydon, Catherine Challice; Glen Allen.

H

81, 106

Howard, Bobbie Ann; 1351

Hathaway, Ruth Virginia; Churchland, Hawkins, Audra Rosmae; 204

N. J

Cresskill,

Hogge, Jean Elizabeth; Perrin.

Hounshell,

St.,

Hart, Nellie Estelle; Box 372, Emporia

Place,

Grimes, Carolyn R.; 2229 Lansing Ave.,

Hall,

Hoffman, Elizabeth Ann; 45 Brookside Ave.,

St.,

Hatcher, Calvin Perkins; Farmville

65, 105

Gray, Jame Estep; Signpine

614 Peachtree

Harris, Elizabeth Gertrude; 704 First Ave.,

96

Grundy

Ann TurnbuU;

Emporia

127

.

Remain

Norma Mae; Mears

Goff, Edith

Graube, burg

46

44,

Gilman, Jeanne Marie; Dumfries Gilmer,

Harding,

46, 112, 119

Danville

Irby, Virginia Grace; Java

29, 73, 84, 112, 119


What

Keep smiling

Jones, Margaret

Ann; 115

E.

Third

you doing?

are

St.,

55,95

FarmviUe

Korbach, Jerline Adell; 1356 Willoughby Bay Ave., Norfolk 56, 121

Jackson, Maria Ragsdale; 310 Jackson Ave., 78, 79, 96, 100, 127

Lexington Jamison, Nancy Lou; Box

65

12, Forest

Jones, Sarah

Joseph,

Ann; 231 Clay

Mary

65, 75

St., Suffolk

Frances; Gladstone

Kreienbaum, Jean Rainey; 317 Jefferson Emporia Kunkler,

Jardine, Jacqueline Denise;

210-A High

Jefferys,

St.,

Joyner,

52, 55, 79, 119

FarmviUe

Nancy

Davis; 615

N. Boyd

St.,

Jenkins, Frederic White;

Route

Mary

1,

St.,

55, 105

Lacy, Nina Ruth; Route

56, 90, 95, 97, 103, 127

Lamb,

Josephine; R.F.D. 2, Hickory,

Ramona; Highland Springs

Kaknis, Helen; 440

Wanda

Karlet,

Mary Anne; 529

Locust Ave., 65

Johnson, Mary Elijabeth; 205 E. CaroUne Ave., Crewe 47, 81, 83, 89, 100 402, Franklin, 65, 100, 101

Johnston, Frances Catherine; Route

Mary Moore;

Keeling, Barbara

Gay; 2119 Willow

Carico; 113 Lester Christiansburg

30, 120

Langbein, Anne Colston; 4830 N. 24th Road, Arlington 30, 79, 87, 112, 124

56

Lankford,

65

Lawrence, Anne Rowlette; 512 N. First Ave., Portsmouth

Richmond

.56, 122

Dalby; Box 516, Richlands.

Lillie

.30, 100

47, 89

Virginia; Jarratt

Lawrence, Nancy Worth; R.F.D.

Hanover Ave.,

MUdred; Route

1,

1,

56

Box 199, 66, 100

Suffolk

Lee, Patricia

Ann; 1607 Beech

St.,

Norfolk, 66, 100

High

St.,

Lesslie, Elizabeth

Kemp, Ann Litchford; 5004 Evelyn Byrd Road, Richmond 47, 76, 112,

.

31

Decatur,

Rose; 145 Feld Ave.,

Ga

56, 112

115, 119

Lewis, Hilda Ellen; 922 22nd

47, 117 .

56

St.,

Newport

News

47, 117

Salem,

47, 83, 100, 101, 117

Kibler, St.,

Jones, Charlotte Sears; 1625

.

30, 89, 95 65, 75, 100

Kennon, Myrle Edith; Box 211, Gordonville. Jones, Charlotte King; 306

Leeper, Willard Glenn; Box 412, FarmviUe.

FarmviUe,

St.,

Jones, Betty Juliette; 107 St. James Ave., Suffolk

Nancy

Virginia; 1106

Lindsey, Patsy Claire; 203 N. Bridge

N. Vermont

30, 85, 87, 88, 104, 124

Arlington

47, 128

Kile, Sonia Saavedra;

Drexel

Mae; Gladys

Hill,

4638 Woodland Ave.,

Penna

Lively, Jane Branch; 3545 66,

98

Mae; Mattoax

29,

98

29, 89, 103, 130, 131

Richmond Kitchen,

30,98, 130

Martha Dalton; 222J2 Cedar 156

Richmond

66, 75

Road, Emporia

52, 56, 83, 119

Lloyd, Margaret Lee; 1602 Sauer Ave.,

St.,

47

Suffolk

31, 89

Grove Ave.,

Livesav, Shirley Clare wood; 423 Southampton

Kimbrough, Patsy Ruth; 1709 Elmsmere Ave.,

Lucy Worthington; Rustburg,

St.,

FarmviUe

Mt. Vernon

Ave., Petersburg

Jones,

56, 93

Box 611,

65

St.,

South Boston

Kelsey, Rebecca

Anne

Jones, Iva

2,

29

FarmviUe

Jones, Doris

Warsaw

1833 Warrington Road,

Kellogg, Jane Lee; 3514

Ann

Dinsmore;

Land, Sarah Ann; R.F.D. Norfolk

Ravenwood Ave.,

Roanoke

KeUy,

2,

Jean; 12

Ann

St.,

29, 78, 82, 84, 85, 87, 97

Roanoke Karr,

Waynesboro

Mary Winston; Box

N. Braddock

Winchester

65 55

FarmviUe,

6,

65

Pulaski

Johnson, Bee; Mountain City, Tennessee. ...

Jones,

66

Lynnhaven

Box 204,

55, 104

Johnson,

66

47, 131

29

Jennings, Betty Jo; 126 14th

Johnson,

Box 300,

Suffolk

Joyner, Margaret Page; Zuni

FarmviUe

Jinnett, Jean

4,

62,

Donna Maria; Washington Ave.,

55,100

Chase City

Jennings,

Anne Darden; Route

St.,

65

Richmond

31,

94


Love, Denise Madelyn; Dundas,

Mahood, Romine Camp; 110 West End

16, 31, 85, 87, 126,

Loving, Jean Otis; Louisa

Lucy,

Anne

31, 81

Elisabeth; Dolphin.

Ann

.

.

.31, 88, 98,

Main

Lusk, Carolyn Clark; 303 N.

Lynch,

127

St.,

Galax

.

104

56

Emporia

Mann, Mary Rebecca; Cypress Chapel

,56, 100

Mantiply, Robbie Drummond; Amherst.

.

Manvell, Virginia Hilda; Box 42, Park

Vienna Foster; Taiewell

Motley. Anne Mitchell; Sharps.

Blvd.,

66, 105

85, 88,

Mattox, Janie May; Waverly

Murdock, Winifred Mae; 1432 Rugby Roanoke

Murphy, Frances Anne; 709

99

66, 75

Myers, Ruth Spotts wood; Forks-of-Buffalo

56, 129

.

St.,

Charlottesville

85

N

Mercer, Jeanne Biscoe; Rehoboth Church, 24,

56

Jefferson St.,

66, 102, 105

Meeteer, Nancy Huyett; 303 East High

McBride, Mary Eva; Box

33, 124

Blvd.,

Danville

Marston, Cornelia Adelaide; Shacklefords, 47, 98, 128

M

.56, 73, 93, 121

Moyer, Ellen Marie; 660 Chestnut Ave., Waynesboro

St.,

66, 100, 102

47, 108, 115

Lyon, Jane Hunter; 605 Park View, Holden, W. Va

.

47, 73, 83, 119

Madison Heights

66, 93, 105

Nasser, Pauline Anna; 3311 Hanover Ave.,

McClintic, Madison Peyton; 413 Second Ave., Farmville

56

Meredith, Mary Leigh; 501 Virginia Ave., Front Royal 47, 80, 85, 127

Richmond Neblett,

McCombs,

Jo

Ann;

Fieldale

47, 98,

100

Michael, Virginia Carolyn; Brodnax

Ann

33, 79, 85, 88, 94, 104 ,124

Marriott; Dundas

Nelson, Sue Depew; Modest

McCready, Katharine Moir; Box

Miller, Margaret Frances; 113

188,

Stuart

56, 121

McDonald, Caroline Mae; 2114 37th N.W., Washington, D.C

Richmond

66

56, 98, 123

Mary Regina; 1016 Massachusetts Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C

Minichan, Harriet Byrd; 104 11th

62, 66, 94, 100, 101

33

Newell, Charlotte Elizabeth; 302 Armisfead Ave., Hampton 33, 83, 100

Pulaski

47, 119

Farmville 85, 104

McLean, Virginia Hamner; 207 Larne Ave., Richmond 66, 81, 94, 100

33, 130, 131

Jacqueline

Nichols, Joyce Royal;

Mallow

57

Nock, Ruth Ann; Harborton 56,

Moody, Ann Langston; Glen Allen Moody,

Frances Geraldine; South Hill. .57, 123

Ann; 4013 Gosnold Ave.. Norfolk.

66,98, 104

Missimer, Dorothy Joan; 602 First Ave., Stuart; 415 Pine St.,

Newman, Nichols,

St.,

Minter, Dona Frances; Axton

Bluff,

Farmville

56

St.,

Front Royal

66, 100, 102, 104

McGhee, James

Town

Miller,

St.,

McElroy, Sarah Stuart; 2939 Brook Road,

McGafFee, Thelma Janice; Cedar

Main

56, 127

66, 104

95

Norman,

Ann

Lucille;

34, 112, 116

Chatham

127

Ann; Toano, 47,56,78, 100, 119

McMuUan, Mary Anne; Rapidan McRee, Eh:abeth Richmond

Irby; 5610

47, 119

56

85 Lee; 321 Arlington

Hill

Morton, Lucy Jane Barksdale; 412 Pine

St.,

Hilton Village

Lynchburg

33

Morgan, June Rose; South

O

Grove Ave.,

47, 73, 74, 89, 94, 117

Macpherson, Valeria; 49 Hopkins

Maddox, Nancy

Morgan, Joseph R.; Burkeville

St.,

73, 89, 90, 116

Farmville

Moseley,

Anne

Obenshain, Roberta Burks; 2446 Montvale Road, Grandin Court, Roanoke Old, Doris Elizabeth; Route

1,

Fentress Carter; 1229 13th

Roanoke

St.,

157

Oliver, Jean Gretna;

Box

18, 34,

S.W., 56

Third Floor Annex Christmas Party.

66

St.,

56, 90, 97, 103, 127

Wicomico

89

34, 89


Our

Oliver,

favorite spot for breakfast

and lunch.

66

Mary Anna; Meredith ville

Olivieri, Julia Elvira;

66

Puerto Rico

OXoughlin, Carrie

Ann; 339 N.E. 34th

Orange, lames Edward; 303 Randolph

St.,

47,72

Farmv'ille

Brooklyn,

N.Y

66 Richardson; 1507 Palymyra

Ave., Richmond

57, 103

Evelyn Ray; Cheatham Annex, Williamsburg 35, 73, 74, 84, 108, 112, 119

Phipps, Jo Anna; Sugar Grove.

Overbey, Anne Cabell; Box 460, Chatham,

Pickett, 34, 116

Woodrow

Lee; 6602

Terrace,

Richmond

48

Diane Dolores; 508 Jamaica Ave.,

Phillips,

Orr, Elizabeth Johanna; Dryden

Owen, Annie

Helen Virginia; Pounding Mill

Phillips, Elizabeth

St.,

34,89,90,106

Miami, Fla

Petts,

Pflugfelder,

Box 323, San Sebastian,

C

48,

W.

314

130

Rockingham

Virginia; 105

Road, Rockingham, N. Pifer, Virgilia Irving;

102,105

66,

Martha

.35, 78, 103,

.

.

79

48, 127

Pinkard, Janie Fay; 1901 Blenheim Road,

Monroe

St.,

57 57, 98

Ramsey, Audrey; Alton

57, 131

Ramsey, Frances Anne; Madisonville

Ratchford, Harriet Frances Sautelle; 333 Pad35, 116 dington Road, Baltimore,

Md

74, 120

Reed, Nancy Taylor; Chatham

67

Reed, Dorothy Mae; Burkeville

67

66

Roanoke

P

Waynesboro Ralston, Elizabeth Elliott; 142 Petersburg

Redd, Marie Louise; Box 352, Chatham, 35,

Leicester St.,

Winchester

Raines, June Darnell; 505 Locust Ave.,

Reid, Gloria Janis; Box 140, Lynnhaven Pittard,

Emma Mae;

48

Buffalo Junction,

Paddison, Patricia Lynn; Box 711, Ashland,

Rice,

Conway; Box

13, Fishersville

.

.

.57, 103, 117

34, 112, 115, 122

Poarch, Page, Elsie Rae; 110 E. Tennessee Ave.,

Erma Ruth; 401 Church

52,57,127

Pollard, Lucile Robinson;

Palmer,

Mary Redman; Tid wells

47

Parks, Edward Vance; Box 56, Tangier. Parrish, Joyce

Ann; 1S17

.

.

.72,

108

57

Edward A.; 105 High

St.,

Peake,

Thelma

Earline;

35,

Peters, Rachael Elizabeth; Pettit, St.,

.

,

S.

Ricks, Bunnie Dean;

2

Park Ave.,

57,74,94,112,117

Richmond

St.,

57, 104

Waynesboro

Ridenour, Jean Graham; 35063

48 48, 112,

Prichett, Joan

R.F.D.

Hopewell

1,

1,

57

Pridgen, Minnie Dunnavant; 200 Garden Farmville

Ann; Montague Ave.,

Winchester

36,84,88.112

Roady, Norma Lou; 3007 Marthall Ave., 16, 36, Newport News.'

Mays; 1000 College Ave.,

Roberts, Shilrey Grace; Holland

St.,

Robertson, Charlotte Mary; Waldorf, Robertson, Margaret Wenona; Route Blackstone

57

57,94

48

Rice

W. Va

Quinn, Mary Theresa; 209 Culpeper

S.

East

119

57 Ritter, Patsy

89

Meadow

36

.

67, 93

Richardson, Pauline Harris; Dinwiddie, 36, 89, 117

57, 79, 81

Power, Gay Reynolds; Sycamore

Bluefiel'd,

.

St.,

1,

.47, 79, 81, 104, 121

Moneta

Audrey Virginia; 1700 Richmond

Route

Powell, Lois Jeanine; 903 Court

Price, Paulus Earl;

57

Peery, Peggy A.; Tazewell,

Elizabeth;

35

Peebles, Janet Lee; 3312 Chesapeake Ave.,

Hampton

Nora

Powers, Polly Ann; Route

Box 106,

Hurt

Grace

Md.

Richardson, Evelyn Joyce; Howertons

Ritchie, June Elizabeth; Gressitt

66 2,

W.

Lynchburg

Farmville

Partridge, Jean; Branchville

Paulson, Douglas Lyle; Route Farmville

Pollard,

3116

48, 78, 89, 100, 101, 104, 117

Richmond

Charlottesville

Stuart Ave.,

Petersburg Parry,

Richards, Jane Marie; Princess Anne,

St.,

Emporia

57,98

Crewe

St.,

84, 119

57, 102, 105

Md.

.

.

67

1,

48,98

Robertson, Roberta Jean; Church Road 36, 89, 116


Rodriguez, Edna Brumilda; 19 Ponce, Puerto Rico

Mayor

Shelton, Margaret

St.,

48

Rodriguez, Olga; 71 San Vicente Mayagues, Puerto Rico

Anne Marie;

48, 117

57, 104

Nancy Catherine; Route

2,

,67,

100

Midlothian,

57

Trevilians

.

37, 88,

Sydney

67

Mary

Spurlock, Stables,

Main

S.

98

58

Mary

Jane; 208

67

N. Vine

48, 94, 117

37, 88, 98, 120

Farmville

Staples,

Russell, Illene Osborne; 326 E.

Kern

Slagle, Esther

St.,

Donna

Jane; Route

1,

Chester

Steck, Joanne; R.F.D. 1, Box 400,

Fredericksburg

Slavin, Janice Aleen; 305 Hill St., Suffolk, 37, 79, 80,

99

67, 75, 81, 105

Margaret Ann; 810 Third Roanoke

Steele,

Smallwood, Lester Hamill, S

Jr.;

Cumberland,

St.,

Henry; Tower

St.,

67

16, 37, 79, 86, 124

St.,

Smith, Ella Sue; R.F.D. 67, 106

Saunders, Norma Jean; 111 Ave., Crewe

W.

57, 100

E.

Third

St.,

Farmville Scott, Laura

72

Crewe

67

Geneva Park, Portsmouth

Seward, Myrtle Jeanette; Elberon

.

.

.

.

89

58

Roanoke

Smith, Marguerite Ellen; Boykins

67

,

Our

tavorite spot anytime.

.

Lynchburg

38

38, 115, 116

Anne; Rustburg

Smith, Mary Brownley; 210 South Franklin

Stoops, Carol Elizabeth; 103 South Road,

Smith,

Mary

Jo;

Route

3,

St.,

48,89,90, 128

Box 7A, 58, 96, 128

Smith, Patsy Blanton; Star Route, Crozet. ... Smith, Regina

Mary; Box

Ruby Hampton

Smith,

Jane;

Route

58

705, Pearisburg, 48. 80, 86, 90, 127 2,

Smith, Sally

Lindamere, Wilmington, Del

Box 210-A,

67, 81, 100, 105

Pulaski

Stringfellow, Frances Goode; Cheriton

58

Dawn; Box

48

Sutphin,

Iris

48 37, 128

.67, 93, 98,

104

537, Pulaski

38, 130, 131

W. Washington

St.,

83

Lexington

Anne; Lanier Ave., Chatham,

T

38, 116

Spencer, Betty Jane; 4050 Fort Ave.,

Blvd.,

38, 106

Swann, Annie Mary; 2708 Florida Ave., Roanoke 38,88, 102

Ann; Saxe

Sours, Barbara

St.,

67, 100, 105

Stoots, Betty Jane; Prospects Heights,

Lynchburg

Tanner, Helen Minor; 2020 85, 89, 123

Spencer, Virginia Mildred; Scottsville, Shelton, Lillian Elizabeth; Lively.

Salem

55,

Stone, Elizabeth

58

.

Box

Smith, Hester Jane; 711 First Ave., Farmville

Swihart, Hattie Jane; 20 36, 86

Shaw, Leo.iard Booker; 424 Westover Lynchburg Shelor, Lou Alyce; Bex 186, Floyd.

3,

Smith, Helen Cartmell; Amherst. .48, 89, 126, 127

Shank, Betty Lewis; 2628 Sweet Briar Ave.,

Main

48

Stevens, Lois Marion; Route

.48, 98, 105

Shackleford, Indie Ephinia; Cheriton

Shanklin, Mary Elizabeth; 1908 S. Hopkinsville, Ky

Portsmouth

48

Portsmouth

Alma; 415 Arbutus Ave.,

Roanoke Sekeres, Elizabeth;

58

Stickney, Laura Lee; 110 Linden Ave.,

58, 98, 105

Herman Mason; 118

1,

Tennessee

Sivadge, Gladys Lucille; R.F.D., Surry,

Scott,

...

Stevens, Catherine La Verne; 807 Washington St.,

Martha Frances; 25 West Del Ray

Alexandria

Road

Smethie, Beverley Fleetwood; Lorton,

Tazewell, 57, 100, 121

Sanford,

S.W.,

48, 79, 81

Stephens, Charlotte Virginia; Brock

May

48

37, 130

Marie; Virgilina

57

Winchester

Sadler,

St.,

Richmond

Simmons, Shirley Vaughan; Branchville,

St.,

Frances; Meherrin

Margaret Alice; Wilson

Stansbury,

Rothe, Margaret Nicole; 219

Hampden-

Spindler, Judith Tarleton; Box 26,

125 Linden Ave.,

Shinholser, Betty Clay; Box 293, Toano.

St.,

Short,

Rosson,

Ann;

Lynchburg

48, 79, 83, 85, 125

Monument

Ave.,

Richmond Taylor, Margaret Odell; 502 N. Broad Suffolk

67 St.,

67,75


Student teaching

everything.

calls for

Taylor, Patricia Ellen; 1201 13th

St.,

Turner, Margaret

S.W.,

Roanoke

W;

58

Trevilians

Webb, Susan

Jane; Route 3, Box 490,

58

Farmville

67, 104

Tyler, Alice EUjabeth; 1402 Peach Ave.,

Ann

Terry,

South Boston

BoUing; Pamolin

Terry, H. Kathryn; R.F.D.

1,

67

Webber,

V

Box 51,

6,

Van Horn,

Thomas, Frances Allene; 1825 Rorer Ave., S.W., Roanoke

Drexel

Jan; 4601 Marvine Ave.,

Hill,

Penna

67, 98

58, 98, 103

Vaughan, Lucy Holmes; Crewe.

.

.

.39, 81, 89,

124

Thomas, Jane Randolph; 3545 Grove Ave.,

Richmond

67

Vaughan, Marion FrankUn, Court, Portsmouth

S.

Broad

Velajquez, Isaac; 124 Salud Street, Ponce, Puerto Rico

81, 104

Thompson, James Beverly; 201

Thrift,

Weeks, Juanita Winfield; Ninth

St.,

40, 81, 85, 87, 88, 104

Victoria ;

Weedonville

68 58

Wheeler, Marilyn Rose; 113 Stokesland Ave., Schoolfield 41,81, 105

E.

Tennessee

3,

Box

40, 86

Walker, Edith Gertrude; Bellamy Post Office Walker, Nancy Jane; Hotel

19,

Hill

39

Alberta

58

.

58

White, Margaret Jane; 1258 Ave., Norfolk

Bristol, Bristol,

W. Ocean View 41, 89, 116, 132

58, 91, 112, 121

67, 100

Vienna

Roanoke

Harriette Virginia; 1421 Peach Ave.,

White, Faye Wrenn; Box 228, Bassett 72

Marie; R.F.D.

White, Barbara Helen; 2312 Wycliffe Ave,,

Wade,

South Boston

Crewe

Lucy Tyler; Locust

67

Lee; Box 124, St. Paul. .67, 100, 104

Westbrook, Virginia Carter; 4412 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond 91, 94, 97, 121

St.,

Kenbridge

St.,

73,

West, Nancy Stuart; Onley

W Thompson, Grace Adair; 1007

Park

Ann

Wegner, Lorene Stuart

15 E. Roberts

Jr.;

Thomas, Mary Curtis; 889 Austin Lake, Kalamajoo, Michigan

Lucille

Box

Atlee, 52, 58, 74, 105, 129

Ave.,

6,

Weddle, Eleanor Natalie; 1105 Valley, S.W., Roanoke 58, 100, 105

58

Roanoke

Thompson,

Virginia Sue; Route Danville

Paces

Thierry, Vivian Lloyd; Route

Thomas, Margaret Gwynn;

Webb,

Widgins, Ann Meredith; 212 E. Virginia Ave., Crewe

Walker, Patricia Lee; Pearisburg,

68

44, 85, 99, 104, 121

Toxey Catherine Yeoman ,

;

Wiley, Betsy Carolyn

Lawrenceville

.

.

.

Walker, Ruth Vernon; Farmville, 40, 85, 88, 99, 104

58

Traylor, Margie; Alberta

;

Wilkins, Hazel Anita; 1132 Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Penna

Walker, Sue Watkins; Pearisburg,

Traynham, Helen Owen; Cluster Springs. Tuck, Julia

Elise;

Route

1,

.

.39,

Nathalie

Tuggle, Mary Patricia; 375 Tenth Wytheville

89 39

St.,

58, 101, 117

Turner, Frances Eh:abeth; Cheriton

58

Turner, Jean Meredith; Box 363, Ashland,

40, 85, 87, 88, 104, 120

Walthall,

Nancy

Alice; Alberta

58, 127

Watkins, Jean Carter; 304 Battery Ave., Emporia

Watson, Mary-Elizabeth Agnes; R.F.D. Asbury Park, N. J Watts, Jane Maxine; R.F.D.

1,

100, 117

Wilkinson, Sara Lee; Box 58, Wilson

40

Lexington .58, 125

98

Williams, Jane Elizabeth; 210 E. Ocean Ave.,

Norfolk

1,

41,

WilHams, Charlotte Louise; 5308 Dorchester Road, Richmond

41, 88, 89, 122, 123

Wilson, Ehzabeth Warner; 600 Prince Henry Ave., Hopewell 44, 79, 81

39, 81, 112, 121, 122

Webb, Turner, Louise Dare; Gretna

39,

98

Joyce; 515

New

Jersey Ave., 40, 74, 82, 120

Norfolk

160

Wilson, Jean Claire; 913 Second Alexandria

St.,

58,103


Wilson, Martha Alice; 306 Garden

Wilson, Peggy

Woods, Marjorie McDonald; 106 Chestnut

St.,

59, 73, 103, 119

Farmville

Wade; Warsaw

59, 93

St..

Salem

Woodward,

59 Jacqueline; Louisa

59, 123

Younger, Wilson, Roberta Lucille; 219 Guntington Boulevard, Roanoke 68, 100, 102, 105 Wingfield, Lelia

68

Marie; 623 Riverview Ave., Portsmouth 59, Billie

Wood, Dorothy Thrasher; Route Roanoke

Wood, Nancy

Louise; 437 E. Beverley

Staunton

St.,

41, 112, 128

Ann

Watts; Madison Heights.

Yow, Jo Ann; West Point

Anne; 546 Mountain Ave.,

S.W., Roanoke

Wood,

Woodward, Mary

1,

Virginia Dare; Baskerville

Wooldridge, Nancy Carroll

;

59, 131

Rustburg

68

81, 127

Box 197, 41, 76

Lee; Lovingston

Woody,

59

Wright, Jacquelyn Fay; 225 Hapersville Road, Morrison 42, 73, 74, 78, 84, 88, 105, 119 Zitta, Josephine Lydia;

Wright, Marian Amanda; Roseland

.

.

.68, 98, 104

\D

\

Pajama party.

W

Studying on the 161

roof.

Petersburg

Route

1,

Box 162, 42, 59, 100, 10


How

you

Charlie Hop joins the Freshmen.

fixed for arms?

General Contents Acknowledgement

160

Alpha Kappa Gamma

84

Dramatic Club

90

Eastern Shore Club

92

Alpha Sigma Alpha

118

Faculty and Administration

Alpha Sigma Tau

120

Farmville

95

Archery

HO

French Circle

96

Freshman Class

63

108

Freshman Commission

75

105

Freshman History

68

Freshman

Officers

62

Association of Childhood Education Athletic Association Officers and Council. Baptist Student

Union

Beorc Eh Thorn

89 .

.

86

8

114

Future Teachers of America

88

Chi

107

Granddaughters Club

91

College Choir

100

H.OClub

112

Hockey Team

109

Blazer

Awards

Colonnade

79

Cup

114

Commercial Club

99

Color

Cotillion

Club

Dedication Delta Sigma Epsilon

131

5 130

Home

Economics Club

House Council

98 78

Index and Register of Students

148

Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship

102

Junior Class

44


Junior History

50

Senior Personalities

134

Junior Officers

44

Senior Statistics

143

Sigma Sigma Sigma

116

Kappa Delta

126

Kappa Delta

85

Pi

Madrigal Choir

May

Court

Men's Student Government

53

101

Sophomore History

60

140

Sophomore

52

Spanish Club

73

Team

Officers

97

Ill

Student Standards

Monogram Club

113

Tennis Winners

Ill

Newman Club

106

Theta Sigma Upsilon

124

Men's Varsity

Basketball

Northern Neck Club

Any

Sophomore Class

74

Title Page

93

1

Orchesis

133

Virginian

82

Pan'Hellenic Council

115

Volleyball

110

Wesley Foundation

104

Westminster Fellowship

103

Mu

Pi

Gamma

Pi

Kappa Sigma

120

Richmond Club

94

Who's

Rotunda

80

Women's Student Government

Senior Class

17

Women's Varsity

Senior History

42

Young Women's Christian Association

Senior Officers

16

Zeta Tau Alpha

Thursday, 1:50 p.m.

,

87

Give me 163

Who

live threes, please.

43

Basketball

Team

73 109

76 -128


There must be

Audio- Visual Lab.

me.

Acknowledgement

^ As we

We

a notice for

complete the 1949-1950 session of school,

hope that through these pages

Among

those

who

we

we

have been invaluable in helping us produce

THE LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING COMPANY, J. P.

BELL

ANDRE

COMPANY,

STUDIO,

To Miss Nancy

complete the work of the 1950

VIRGINIAN.

have brought back to your memory the events of this year. this

book are the following:

Lynchburg.

Lynchburg.

Lexington.

Foster, our literary adviser,

and to Miss Virginia Bedford, our

art adviser,

we wish

to express our thanks.

Without the aid of Mr. T. A. McCorklc, our adviser, the 1950 VIRGINIAN would not many hours he spent with us in producing this yearbook are greatly appreciated by the staff.

The

cooperation and interest of the Student Body, Faculty, and Administration

made the

exist.

The

task of

pre

ducing a yearbook a pleasure.

To

our

staff

we wish

to say thank-you for

all

wishes to Charlotte King Jones, and Georgia Bailey

the service

who

you have given

to us.

will be responsible for the

JOYCE WEBB,

We

extend our best

VIRGINIAN

of 1951,

EdUornn-chief.

HELEN KAKNIS,

Business Manager.

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