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COLLEGE VIReilVIA


THINK THESE THOUGHTS. My name

is

of

little

importance, for

I

could be

any one of the seven hundred students here

my memories

Longwood, but

similar to your memories.

of college days are

Some

of our experiences

will fade into oblivion with the passing of time;

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grow more vivid as

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1955 Virginian presents

ord of our college

life.

your thoughts and

my

my

Each page

the

the future as

the time

is

this rec-

filled

with

thoughts, your deeds and

deeds, and your friends and

we publish

the years go by.

my

friends; and

Virginian with the hope that

you turn

we shared

its

in

pages you will recall

together.


Dr. Dabney

S.

Lmuaster

Because of his friendliness, thoughtfulness, and understanding.

Because of his deep and sincere concern for education and for the welfare of our college.

Because of our admiration for him and for that which he stands. Because we feel we have under his presidency,

We,

HONOR

the

1955 Virginian

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Staff,

honored

wish

to

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in

being Longw'ood students

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DR.

DABNEY

S.

LANCASTER

President


FA

C

UL T Y

A

ND

ADMINISTRATION

Miss Ruth Cleaves

Dean

LICY CORDON ADAMS B.S

,

A\NK IRMNG ARMSTRONG

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Education and Principal of the Farmville Ele-

\KRY PLCKETT ASHER B.S.

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

Librarian and Assistant Professor of Library Science

.Assistant

Assistant Inslrurtor in .Music

of

W omen

EMILY BARKSDALE B.A..

M.A.

Associate Professor of

Mode

Languages

mentary School

VIRGINIA BEDFORD B.S.,

M.A.

Associate Professor of Art

REBECCA

L.

BROCKENBROUGH

B.A.,

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Physical and

Health Education

iBERT B.S.,

T.

BRUMFIELD

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

MRCILIA

I.

BLCG

Registrar


ELIZABETH BURGER B.S..

NANCY CHAMBERS

M.A. Assistant

I

KATHLEEN

COVER

G.

B.A.. M.A. Assistant Professor of History arul Social Sciences

MILDRED B.S.,

D.

EMILY CLARK

B.S.

Associate Professor of Science

DAVIS

M.S.

Assistant Professor of Engli-

CAROLINE EASTHAM Cipllegc Hostess

Dean

B.S., of

Women

mtm^ MARGARET

DRAPER

M.A. Modern Lang

B.S.,

JOEL

K.

B.S.,

RUTH

COX

Manager Bookroom

UV.LV.\

EVELYN M. COLEMAN Secretary

the Administrative Staff

to

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G.

Postmistress and

Professor of

M.A.

Assistant Professor of Music

EBERSOLE M.Music

Assistant Professor of Music

of

H.

COYNER

Alumnae Secretary

M

BO-iD B \

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Q-iNtR

MA

Pn.fe-sor of Educati.m

llXTSK Manager

v. lUT.CKl! of the Tea Rooii

NANCY FOSTER B.A., M.A. Assistant Profess.ir of Engl ish

C. L. STEVEN EARLEY B.A., M.A. Docteur es Lettres Associate Professor of Englisli

RAYMOND B.S.,

H. FRENCH M.S.

Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics


MALCOA[ GRAHAM

SAMUEL

B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Assuciate Professnr of M;ulieniati(

L.

GRAHAM

Business Manager

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lOSll'K

B.

(JKKSHAM

B.A., M.A. Assistant Prnfessor of English

CYNTHIA

Z.

GREEN

College Hostess

t^^l^i

n NELL

Profe.ssor of

B. V. HOLLADAY College Hostess

GENEVIEVE

Home Economics

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

EMILY

V. HINER Treasurer

M.A.

GEORGE W. JEFFERS B.S.,

WINNIE

GRIFFIN

H.

B.A.,

K.

B.S.,

LANDRUM M.A.

Associate Professor of Physical and

Health Education

OLI\ E T. ILER B S.. M.A. Phjsual and Health Education

late Professor of

E.

LUCILE JENNINGS B.S.,

M.S.

Associate Professor of English

MERLE B.S.,

L.

LAN DRUM

M.A., Ed.D.

Professor of Business Education

ROY JESSON B.A., B.Music, M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Music

CHARLES

F.

LANE

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

EDGAR

M.

JOHNSON

B.A.. B.D., M.A., Ed.D. Professor of Education and Director of the Bureau of Teaching Materials

W ILLARD B.S,.

G.

LEEPER

M.Ed.

Assistant Professor of Business

Education


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JANICE

S.

B.S.,

LEMEN

\I\K1HW1 LiSruLRGEON BS

M.A.

Associate Professor of Art

Liliiiu

U

,

and Instructor

A--i-tant

THOM\S

S. in

A. \r.

M

(l)RkLC

B.A., M.S. Pr.ifi-sMir of Cllcml-tr^ anil Physics

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KIUIAKD

K.

MLLkLR

B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English

Librar\ Science

ROBERT

E "\IERRm

BA MS ssistant

Pn.fp"

.r

.

f

Bi..l,.^-Âť

.lOHN \V. B.Mus. BS.

Ed Music

\1 E.l

.

MOORE

RAY

MOLNAR .

Profess.ir of

GORDON

A. B.A., .M.D. College Physician

1).

C. G. MOSS B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Professor of History and Social

Sc

NORMAN B.S..

0.

MYERS

Ed.M.

Associate Pr..fcssor of Djsin

FLORENCE

R. RICHARDSON B.S. Assistant in the Business Oifice

MARY NICHOLS B.S..

CHARLES

M.S.

iatc Professor of Ensli.

ANNIE LEE ROSS B.F.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Art

H.

PATTERSON,

B.S., .'\ssistani

M.

JR.

M.A.

Professor of Education

BEVERLEY RUFFIN

B.A., B.S.. M.S., Ph.D. Librarian and Professor of Library Science

JESSIE

ANDERS PATTERSON B.S.,

M.A.

Associate Professor of Music

DOROTHY SCHLEGEL B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English


MARVIN W. SCHLF.CEL

AIE\DE

and Snoia

SH\(M,EFORn

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B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Pri.fesscr of History

A.,

InsliiKtor

m

M

S.

Journalism

Sciences

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LO-ilJ r.

S\\LRIFLGLK

B.S., M.S., Pli.D. Professor of Education

CHRISTY SNEAD K.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Bas

ETHEL SlTHKIil.AM) B.S..

M.A.. Ph.iJ.

Pr.ifessor of Matliemalics

Education

MARION

C.

TERRY

B.A., M.S. Assistant Librarian and Assistant Professor of Library Science

KATE

TRENT

G.

B.S.,

M.A.

Assistant Professor of

Edj

VIRGINIA

WALL

B.S. Assistant Registrar

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t

JAKE WAMSLEY

M\RY

W.

B.S..

Supervisor of Buildings and

T ATKINS M.A.

L\ecutive St'cietaiy

Grounds

WYNNE

ALICE C. B.A., B.S. Sci., M.A. Associate Professor of Bus Education

ELEANOR

N.

WEDDLE

B.S. Assistant Instructor in Physical and

JEAN WILSON Assistant in the Treasurer's Office

Health Education

JOHN

P.

WYNNE

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Edacation and Philo phy and Director of Teacher Edui tion

MICHELLE BODO Informant

in

French

BERTA MICAELA DLARTE Informant in Spanish


THE JUNIOR BUILDING


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STUDENTS

f

for they have enhanced

my college life

through their love and understanding.

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First row: Scarborough, Inge

Seo.nd row: Quick, Miss Cliaml)crs. B. Davis

The Senior Witli three successful years finished, the Senior

Class returned

to

town

—

hags,

haggage and

all

necessarv e(juipnient to hegin the greatest time of all!

Two

of our favorites, "flappy" Easthani

"Tippy-Toe" Tahh, were already here

and

to greet us

and "Hoot" Chambers, our faithful sponsor, wel-

comed

us all hack with a Green and White cheer!

Tiealizing our responsibilities

Ijack again,

we had

to

to orient.

we plunged

do

Also

right into the

in SeptemJjer.

many

and happy

of us

many

to

be

tasks

Class

and entertain the children of Farmville

set

a process

known

the

us that fine night in October

show of shows

House."

We

.

.

as Student Teaching.

The hand played loud;

the

.

—"The

audience cheered

when we presented

18th

Century Coffee

swung our mugs and made merry.

Our powdered wigs went

off to Sally

Nancy Masters, who deserved only Grog," for helping us win

first

Wilson and

the best

"Hot

place in Circus.

There were freshmen

Karen Spencer and Carolyn Stanley surprised

younger

us again, for with their nuisic and words our voices

had

to lejoin the

Longtvood


rang out and produced, for the third consecutive year, the winning song for the annual song con-

test.

The box ber,

office

was clamoring again

for everyone turned

to

see the

in

Decem-

spectacular

decorations and hear the mellow nuisic for our sensational Senior Dance. Twinkling silver stars in a

heaven of blue, drifts of snow and lighted Christ-

mas ful

trees

added

to the

atmosphere of our beauti-

"Christmas Fantasy." Our many thanks

ley Osbourne, dance chairman, for

making

to Shir-

it

such Our

a success.

Our late

8

working hours

in

January's

last

week, sleepy

o'clocks, trudging to the high school on rainy

week-end crowds, and serenading our

made our With

life

the fun

to receive

us.

sister class,

one barrel of fun.

came

first

three years had

Most of us had learned

much we must

give

that "in order

much." As the head

of an organization or simply as an interested

ber in one,

traditions

capped.

College

we attempted always

and

spirit

for

College

to

mem-

uphold the

which our college has

gained recognition. Our hope

is

is

a little better place for our having spent

four years here.

With

the

coming of June,

parties,

Assembly, we suddenly began

and Senior

to realize that

uation and farewells were near at hand.

greater responsibilities too.

Responsibilities for which our

prepared

is

Christmas party for the whole gang,

last

mornings, smearing creams and lotions on for the

all

class president

that

Longwood

cious

The

dream we had shared was now coming

The sun was overhead, start its

a

grad-

new path

new journey,

just as

we were ready

to begin

four wonderful years

understanding. Witli a sheep-

skin as a sign of achievement,

goodby

true.

not setting, but ready to

fortified with

of knowledge and

pre-

to fun, frolic,

we waved cur

and the Seniors of

of memories, smiles and tears.

last

'55, full


The Seniors

JEAN RUTH ANDERSON Covington, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

DOROTHY VERNON ARMSTRONG Richmond, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

English

MARTHA JANE BAILEY Lexington, Virginia

Sociology

B.A.

BETTY CYNTHIA BARR Amelia, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

FLORENCE RABON BLAKE Norfolk, Virginia

B.A. in Secondary Education

French

PATRICIA BODKIN

,

Gretna, Virginia

B.A. in Secondary Education

Library Science. History

Longwood


Class of 1955

SYLVIA PAIGE BRADSHAW Newsoms, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

VIRGINIA

ANN BURGESS

Eagle Rock, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

MARY ROGERS BUTTON Gordonsville, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Biology, General Science

EDNA TRADER CAIN Coles Point, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

SARA MONROE CECIL Roanoke, Virginia B.A.

Sociology

JOAN MARIE CONLEY Frederica, Delaivare B.S. in

Secondary Education

Mathematics

Co 1 1 eg

t


The Seniors

MARY RUFFIN COWLES Minor, Virginia B.A.

English. Social Science

NELL ELIZABETH CROCKER Smithfield, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

BARBARA MOORE CURLING Richmond, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

Library Science, History

RICHARD HARDING DAIGER Erica, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

BETTY JOAN DAVIS Winchester, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

VIRGINIA CLARE DAVIS Lvnchburg, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

Longwood


Class of 1955

JOAN ADAMS DeALBA Warivick, Virginia B.S. in Business

Education

DONNETTA ELIZABETH DEVINE Richmond, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

ELLEN BRENT DIZE Kilmarnock, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

MARTHA JEAN DONALDSON Roanoke, Virginia B.S. in Businss Education

DOROTHY ANITA DOUGLAS Roanoke, Virginia Biology

B.S.

GERALDINE LUCY DOYLE Blackstone, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Social Science

Co I leg

t


The Seniors

ELIZABETH COOK DURFEE Prospect, Virginia B.S. in

JO

Home Economics

Education

ANNE DYER

Martinsville, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

GAYNELLE EDWARDS Franklin, Virginia B.S. in Secondary Education

History

MARY ALICE ELLINGTON South

Hill, Virginia

B.S. in Business Education

MARGARET ANN FELTON J

irginia Beach.

J

irginia

B.S. in Elementarv Education

CHARLOTTE DULIN FITTS Cascade. Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

Longtvood


Class of 1955

GRACE CARTER GARNETT Rice, Virginia

B.S. in Elementary Education

HERBERT HINDLE GOODMAN Cumberland, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Elducation

Biology

BETTY JANE GRIFFIN Wilmington, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

HAZEL MARIE HART Norton, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

HILDA ANN HARTIS Bassett, Virginia

B.S. in

Secondary Education

Physical Education

CAROLYN LaVONNE HENDERSON Saltville,

Virginia

B.S. in Elementary Education

Co II eg

t


The Seniors

CAROLYN REBECCA HINES Gladys, Virginia B.S. in Secondary Education

Physical Education

JEANNE LYNCH HOBBS Roanoke, Virginia English. Art

B.A.

MARY DAWSON HUNDLEY Suffolk, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

NANCY WARTMAN HUNDLEY Monela, Virginia B.S.

in

Secondary Education

Library Science

JOYCE DEAN HUNT Hampton, Virginia B.S. in

Music Education

NANCY CUMMINS LNGE Blackstone, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

Longwood


Class of 1955

NANCY VIRGINIA INGRAM Skipwith, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

x^ BETTY LOU JEFFERSON Danville, Virginia

B.A. in Secondary Education

Biology

MARY FOXWELL JONES Montross, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

NANCY JANE JONES Roanoke, Virginia B.A. in Music Education, French

SARA ELIZABETH KENT Richmond, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

ROBERTA SUE KING Danville, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

Collegi 25


The Seniors

VIRGINIA LEIGH KING Elberon, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

MARLENE ESTA LUCAS Roanoke, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

PATRICIA WALKER McLEMORE Roanoke, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

French,

English

EVELYN ELOISE MACON Lynchburg, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

Mathematics

JUNE TEMPLE MANLOVE Suffolk, Virginia

B.S. in Elementary Education

NANCY TANLEY MASTERS Newport News, Virginia B.S. in Secondary Education

Biology

Longwood 2(5


Class of 1955

KATHRYN REBECCA MILLER Elkton, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

LOUISE ELIZABETH MINSON Norfolk, Virginia B.S. in Secondary Education

History

BARBARA VAUGHN MITCHELL Chatham, Virginia Biology

B.S.

DOROTHY JEAN MORRIS Warivick, Virginia B.S. in

Music Education

AUDREY LEE MORSE Virginia Beach, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

LOUISE MILBOURNE NELSON Coles Point, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

Collegi


The Seniors

NANCY NELSON Nenport Neus, Virginia R.A. in Secondary Education English, French

FRANCES CATHERYN

NORTHERN Lively, Virginia

B.S. in Business Education

BETTY JEAN OAKES Danville, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

SHIRLEY LOUISE OSBOURNE Sandston, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

Art

BONNIE JEAN OWEN Blairs, Virginia

B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

JEAN CAROL PARKER Emporia, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

Long tVOOl


Class of 1955

BETTY JEAN PERSINGER Covington, Virginia B.S. in

Elementarv Education

VIRGINIA ANNE PHELPS Cismont, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education English, Library Science

NANCY JEAN PICINICH Richmond, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

English, Library Science

JOYCE EILEEN POMEROY Front Royal, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

AUDREY NOLEN POWELL Halifax. Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

PHYLLIS

MARNY POWELL

Jamaica, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Chemistry

Coll ege


The Seniors

JOYCE GAIL QUICK Winchester, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

SUE BARBER RAYMOND Bristol, Virginia

B.A. in Secondary Education

English

NAOMI VIRGINIA REED East Middlebury, Vermont B.A. in Secondary Education English, Social Science

BARBARA YOUNG RICKMAN FarmviUe, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

FRANCES LAWANA RUTLAND Scottsville, Virginia

B.S.

in

Secondary Education

Chemistry

WILMA ANN SALMON W aruick,

Virginia

B.S. in Business Education

Longivood 30


Class of 1955

ANNA MAE SANDERS Warsaw, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

BETTY FRANCIS SCARBOROUGH Capron, Virginia B.S. in Business Education

JANIE SCOTT Smithfield, Virginia

B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

MARTHA LOUISE SEIBEL Roanoke, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

BARBARA ANN SOUTHERN Roanoke, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education English

BILLYE KAREN SPENCER Tazeivell, Virginia

B.S. in

Music Education

College


The Seniors

FRANCES WILLSON SPINDLER Hampden Sydney,

Virginia

B.S. in Elementary Education

CAROLYN FA YE STANLEY Winchester, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Art

BETTY JANE STAPLES Charlottesville,

Virginia

B.A. in Music Education

NANCY

L.

TAYLOR

Virginia Beach. Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

ANNE MINTER THAXTON South Boston, Virginia B.S. in

Elementary Education

LUCY BLAKESLEE THWING Arlington. Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Physical Education

Longwood


Class of 1955

DOROTHY CHRISTINE VADEN Danville, Virginia

B.A. in Secondary Education

Chemistry

HELEN MARIE WAITMAN Charles City, Virginia B.S. in

Secondary Education

Physical Education

JOAN MARIE WARD Isle of

Palms, South Carolina

B.S. in Secondary Education

Physical Education

MARY ANN WARD Galax, Virginia B.S. in Secondary Education

Physical Education

SHIRLEY ANNE

WARD

Roanoke, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education

English

PHOEBE ANN WARNER Roanoke, Virginia B.S. in

Elementary Education

Co 1 1 eg

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The Seniors

ANN GOODWYN WATKINS Danville. Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

MARION OSBORNE WEBB Manakin, Virginia B.S. in Elementary Education

ANN CARTER WENDENBUKG Aylett, Virginia

B.S. in

Secondary Education

Art

BETTY JANE WEST Waverly, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

JACQUELYN TURNER WHITE Norfolk, Virginia B.S. in

Elementary Education

Longivood


Class of 1955

JOAN WILLIAMS Paniplin, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Education

SARAH McLEAN WILSON Hopewell, Virginia B.A. in Music Education

MARGARET BARLOW WORTHINGTON Rocky Mount, Virginia B.A. in Secondary Education English, Spanish

CAROLYN WATSON YEATTS Farmville, Virginia B.S. in

Home Economics

Co 1 1 eg

I

Education


Leonard, M. Davis. Fizer, Jackson, Dr. Earley

The Junior Juniors at

members in

their

pandas

This was the cry of

all

trunks,

bulletin

—up-up-up

those

and

boards,

never-ending

The magic words, "Are you going

steps. to

last!

of the class of '56 as they hauled

were now our words.

the Building?"

So we changed the beds around, planted

window for a

boxes, and settled in to be juniors

Class

into

all

creatures

tlie

of

world that threatened the ist,

Dale

Jackie

Brothers.

Marshall,

imaginary

the

our scient-

life of

October

—

30

lively

representative

class

to

circus court, rejoiced with us all as our

own

ringmaster, Becky Fizer, announced a

first

place for our blue and silver float and a

second place for our

skit.

whole year.

Those of us who returned early

to

be

assistant orientation leaders trooped over

Sunday night to link arms around Jeanne D'Arc and sing "All Hail to Thee, Our Freshman Sisters." Before we knew it, Jackie and Jane had cornered us, and we were mysteriously to the

Rotunda

that first

cutting and painting in Junior Basement.

Circus was in the

and Reynold's

air,

Wrap

and the cardboard

soon were transformed

Then came February

12,

and the magic

word, "Spindrift," came alive under the capable hands of Margaret Dryden and

Fannie "Reynold's

The end of

Wrap"

the year

Scott.

drew near, and we

said goodbye to the Senior Class.

Earley,

whom we

and guidance forward

to a

With Dr.

thank for his helpfulness

to the class of '56,

year that will aid us

we look in

being

"healthy, wealthy, and wise."

Longwood


Patricia

Holt Abernathy

Virginia Beach

Eva Lorene Allen Prospect

Nannie Wilmoth Andrews Gretna

Stephanie Anne Bauder Short Hills,

New

Jersey

Rebecca Ann Blair Danville

Emily Jane Blake Norfolk

Shirley Anne Blankenship Ringgold

Muriel Olive BosvÂť'ell Midway

Island

Sarah Jane Brisentine Prospect

Anne

Field Brooking

Montpelier Station

LoRETTA Bell Brooking Richmond

Dale Brothers Suffolk

Patricia

Anne Brown

Guinea Mills

Patricia A. Cantrell Boydton

Annie Marie Carter Blanch. North Carolina

EuPHAN Helen Carter Leesville

Joyce Alease Clincenpeel Roanoke

Ann Warren Coleman Ma

Nancy Holland Cousins Danville

Virginia Lee Crockett Cumberland

Norma Jeanne Croft Langley Air Force Base

Claudette Yvonne Cross Westmoreland

Betty Rose Davis Danville

Mary

Priscilla Davis

WhaleyviUe

College


Ju n to rs Josephine Murry Debnam Warrenlon

Elizabeth Lee DeHaven Radford

Mary Margaret Dryden Salisbury, Maryland

Frances Jeanette Edwards Lawrenceville

Jean'

Talmace Edwards

Thelma Arlene Emory Elberon

Martha Susan Francisco Beaver

Dam

Marcdrete H. Franklin Monroe

Rebecca Jane Fizer Pulaski

Rose M. Frost Petersburg

Colleen Whynona Goff Grundy

Carolyn

E.

Gray

Colonial Heights

Janice Lee Haines Winchester

Evelyn Finks Hall Pulaski

Anne Elizabeth Hamner Rockfish

Patsy Jane Hamner Norton

Diane Frances Hansen Norf.dk

Betty Jane Harlow Troy

Nancy Eleanor Hartmann Lynchburg

Mattie Joan Harvey Appomattox

Molly Ann Harvey Roanoke

Mary Ellen Hawthorne Kenbridge

Leora Hayes Chester

Mary Jo Hutchinson Keller

Longwood 38


Class of 1956 Frances Carol Hutson Cascade

Georgia Mabrey Jackson Lexinaton

Mary Lu James Eastvillc

Lenora Ann Jones Norfolk

Helen Beth Kelsey Farmville

Mildred Shirley

Kemp

Hampton

Glenna Jean Kesterson Gail Alden Leonard Richmond

Annie Leigh Lewis Farnham

Mary Jane Lohr Hood

Winnie Hope Louhoff Greenwood

Anne Gregory Lush Burkeville

Shirley Jean McKinney West Hartford, Connecticut

Bettye Belle Maas

Mary Ann Maddox Naruna

Jacquelin Diane Marshall Suffolk

Lois M.

Marshall

Victoria

Barbara Elton Mays Richmond

CathrineAnn Meeks Oceana

Margaret Ruth Miller Portsmouth

Julie

Moncure

Blackstone

Bonnie Jean Moore Salem

Emily Henrietta Moore Norfolk

Sue Moschler Chatham

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Ju n io rs Jean Carol Moseley Blackridge

Phyllis Corbitt Nurney Smithfield

Virginia Lee Obenchain Roanoke

Audrey Mayes Owen Sedley

Elizabeth Weber Pancake Romney, West Virginia

James Walter Parker Farmville

Suzanne Prillaman Howertons

Dorothy

Rector

L.

Arlington

Nancy Lee Riddle Danville

Betty Pat Rogers Arlington

Marion Bruce Ruffin Tunstall

Rheta

D. Russell

Clarksville

Virginia Anderson Russell Sutherlin

Fannie Hawthorne Scott Norton

Betty Jane Shackelford G.lonial Heights

Margaret Christine Sheppard Rice

Elizabeth Anne Snyder Winchester

Elizabeth Clay Sutherlap Sutherland

Margaret Terrell South Hill

Ellen Ellis Thomas Suffolk

Doris Louise

Thompson

Ferrum

Kathryne Tompkins Danville

Laura Louise Turner Smithfield

Sue Coburn Upson Wellville Mti',

m

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Longivood 40


Class of 1956

Dorothy Annk Wallace Norfolk

Jean Evelyn Ward

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Richmond

Helen Page Warriner

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Amelia

Jacqueline

Ann Weatherholtz

Wincliester

Helen Louise Wilder Williamsburg

Ellen Joan Willard Rural Retreat

Shirley

Ann Willhide

Roanoke

Barbara Lee Williams Roanoke

Eleanor Jean Windley Norfolk

Mary Ann Wright Richmond

Collegi

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Seated: Whitehead.

Mr

trench,

\

W

1

h.,

Standing: \. Harris, Saunders

The Sophomore Two

years

working together as a

of

class will soon

come

an end. Our fresh-

to

man year brought many new friends and many memorable experiences. As Confederate flags,

we trudged our way through

sophomore

ucav

friends.

During

worked hard

and

faces,

that first

and

successfully;

wards ranged from entertaining

commands, making new happy year we

obeying

halls,

learning

a

our

to

the

honor of

commended by Chi for catchtrue Longwood spirit. Singing

honors, being ing

the

enthusiastically reigned over the "rats" of the class of '58.

we were ready

Circus time arrived and with a light and enjoyable

and popcorn at

skit.

Balloons

good time

set the stage for a

our "County Fair."

With thoughts of circus

still

our minds,

in

we began work on Sophomore Production.

re-

winning circus and

production

Class

around the Rotunda was a memorable part

In a never, never

we took

wonderland of fantasy,

the college on a "Journey of Re-

turn."

Spring came and once again our class presented

its

beauties on

May

court. This

of college. Examinations

year we were represented by Diane Acree,

mined our

Joan Darnell, and

fates in

came and deterregard to our sophomore

year.

As September dawned, we returned and claimed the name of the mighty sophs and

Amy

The year soon came Green and Whites filled

still

Riggins. to

an end, but the

have two more fun-

years ahead.

Longwood


Diane

C. Agree Tappahannock

Barbara A. Ames Portsmouth

Nancy Elvira Anderson Crewe

Patricia

Ames Ashby

Shields

Camille Ann Atwood Norfolk

Mary Frances Bacon Chase City

Frances Snead Bailey Petersburg

Janet A. Bain Dinwiddle

Joyce

Ann Bain

Dinwiddle

Cynthia Lee Baldwin Radford

Barbara Ellen Bane Bland

Frances Cornelia Bays Bedford

Margaret Frances Beavers North Tazewell

Mary Hazel Bell Wilmington

Barbara King Benedict Crewe

Mae Bennett Red House

Judith Carol Billett Warwick

Gale Selwyn Branch Norfolk

Joyce Anne Brisentine Prospect

Frances Lynn Brown Roanoke

Harriet

Ann Browning

Richmond

Jane Watson Brugh Troutville

Dreama Anne Burchett Clifton Forge

Barbara Ann Burnside Marion

Co II eg

t


Sophomores

Anne Ligon Caldwell New Glasgow

Shirley

Mae

Childs

Hinnom

Roberta Annette Clecg Cumnor

Constance Ann Coiner Culpeper

Dorothea Coleman Appomattox

Janice Collins Roanoke

Betty Page Cory Hampton

Betty

May Crenshaw

Sandston

Phyllis

Ann Daniels

Chester

Joan Virginia Darnell Hampton

Nancy Dee Deaton Ellerson

Nancy Carroll Desmond Culpeper

Adele Donaldson Puerto

I,a

Cruz, Venezuela

Mary Kay Donnelly Fries

Loretta June Dressler Covington

Sandra Dyer Greensboro. North Carolin

Edna Faye Edwards Franklin

Jacqueline Louise Edwards Franklin

Elizabeth Carter Elliott Lynchburg

Fay Letcher Evans Richmond

Elinor Covington Exerett Arlington

Betty Jane Faggert Richmond

Emily Ann Fallin Hague

Barbara Lee Felthaus Richmond

Longivood


Class of 1957

Shirley Ruth Fishback Leesburg

Belle Branson Fitzgerald Wytheville

Elba Maria Fly.nn Texarkana, Texas

Charlotte Ann Fudge Covington

Anne Wayne Fuller Danville

JoANN Lee Funai Lynchburg

Suzanne A. Garner Alexandria

Ann Lee Gay Newport News

Mary Constance Gouyer Madison Heights

Mary Laurin Gravely Ringgold

Anne Willis Griffith Knoxville, Tennessee

Jean

S.

Haden

Goochland

Ellen Elizabeth Hamlett Rice

Hazel Lee Hanks Robley

Shirley Anne Hardy Covington

Judith Lee Harris Lawrenceville

Nancy Lea Harris Roanoke

Virginia

Ann Hayes

Whaleyville

Jean Spottswood Hines Naruna

Virginia Lee Hinton Browns Store

Rita Yevonne Hite Clarksvillo

Margaret Carter Howell New Glasgow

Margaret Ann Hudnall Mila

Maybelle Lee Hughes Warwick

Coll ege 45


Sophomores

Nancy Grasty Hughes Charlottesville

Christie

Lou Hulvey

Fort Defiance

Betty Jean Jenkins Richmond

Mary Anne Jennings Pulaski

Annie Kate Jones New Canton

Joan Knight Jones Montross

Martha Lewis Joyner Greensboro, North Carolii

LoRETTA

May Kesterson

Alexandria

Florence Dora King Suffolk

Phoebe Douglas King Bon Air

Helen Gloria Kratzsch Newport News

Madelyn Loretta Kuhn Richmond

Janet C. Kuyk Richmond

Nancy Lou Lenz Warwick

Eunice Carolyn Lowe Danville

Geraldine Garland Luck Hampton

Cynthia Elizabeth McAden South Hill

George Lee McCray Millboro

Thelma Maxine McGlothlin Richlands

Jean Conway State

Mary

E.

Mann

Farm

Mayo

Crittenden

Elizabeth Anne Miller Staunton

Jeanette Louise Morris

Katherine Lucille Naugle Blackstone

Longwood 46


Class of 1957

Helen Ann Northington South Hill

Carole Ogden Covington

Sally Anne O'Malley Reidsville,

North Carolina

Peggy Lucille Packett Warsaw

Elsie Pannell Richmond

Patty Lou Parker Newport News

Jean Early Parrott Stanardsville

Mary Agnes Patterson Selma

Shirley Paxson Norfolk

Joan Carol Payne Pulaski

Virginia Lee Pearce Suffolk

Gayle Lesh Peoples Pitman,

New

Jersey

Charlotte Caroline Phillips Rustburg

Esther Florence Pollard Richmond

Annie Lou Pomeroy Quinton

Ann

Jacqueline Pond

Colonial Heights

Mary

Alice Powell

Roanoke

Patricia

Anne Powell

Wakefield

Jeanette Puckett Rustburg

Joyce Ruth Pulley Suffolk

Nancy Redd Quarles Winchester

Naomi Jane Railey Newsoms

Frances Blunt Raink Warwick

Edna Elizabeth Ramsey Smithfield

College 47


Sophomores Norma

Virginia Mount Landing

Reamy

Betsey Boswell Richardson Richmond

Amy Ruth

Riggins

Hampton

Mary Eleanor Robertson Franlilin

Barbara Deane Roller Clover

Arleen June Rose Petersburg

Evelyn Rowe Kinsale

R.

Jeanne Saunders Richmond

Ann Cromwell Savedge SuSollc

Barbara Ann Scott Norfollc

Elizabeth

Ann Shaffer

Alexandria

Shirley

Ann Sheppard

Rice

Carolee Silcox Roanolie

Carolyn Fay Smith Richmond

Helen Watts Smith Orange

Leslie

Ann Smith

Florence Marie Soghoian Richmond

Daisy Jane Spain Chase City

Caroline Duvall Stoneman Richmond

Longwood 48


1957

Class of

Eleanor R. Sthadlky Roanoke

Nancy Jane

Striplin

Farmville

Shirley King Sylvester Petersburg

Ann White Thomas Blarkstone

Dorothy Anne Thomas Richmond

Barabara Joyce Tyer Norfolk

Elsie

Meade Webb

Emporia

Sara Lou Wendenburg Aylett

Elizabeth

Ann Wheeler

Charlottesville

Barbara Ann Whitehead Norfolk

Frances

Mae Williams

Creeds

Elizabeth Anne Wilson Raphine

Dolores Ann Winder Norfolk

Jane McCall

Wood

Wingina

Ann Tucker Woodhouse Lynchburg

Sylvia

Hope Wright

Portsmouth

Carole Gaynelle

Wyman

Richmond

WiLMA Kathleen Yates Bishop

Flora Jo York Vinton

College 49


Fester,

M.

A.. Miss

Weddle. Hauptman. Nichols, Bricrlcy

The Freshman Septemlier,

1954,

—another

Time Hew

Freshman

Class at Longwood. This had a personal

meaning

men

to ns since

—Red

we were

and Whites

all the

Class

those fresh-

after Thanksgiving,

orated with

way. With

and soon

doors in the dormitory were dec-

all the

Christmas

After the

scenes.

Christmas holidays our thoughts centered

Miss Weddle as our advisor and with our how could we fail to have a won-

around Freshman Production. With exami-

spirit,

nations

derful year?

over,

"Memoirs

phase of our education was learn-

of

work

began

everyone

A

on

Ghost." Lucia Hart and

One how to plan and create cooperatively. Our first endeavor in such cooperation re-

George Ann Reynolds were our hard-work-

freshman skit for Circus, "The Doll Shop," widi Ann DeAlba and Carolyn Waugaman directing. June Strother was our class representative to Circus Court.

campus

for

eagerly.

How

ing

sulted

in

ing co-chairman.

the

May Day was

Court

Weston Walker, Jackie Jones, and Carol Wolfe led our class in athletics. Weston won the Rotunda for the Red and Whites in color rush;

tlie

the next big event

and we

all

on the

awaited

proud we were of our

representatives:

Suzaime Faison,

Peggy

it

May

Dickerson,

Bonnie Paxson,

Carole

Stroupe, and Libby White.

The year came

Jackie captained the class

hockey team; and Carol won championship.

us,

we

tennis

will be

chanting,

to

an end, but

in the fall

back as honorable sophomores

"On your

knees, rats!"

Longivood 50


JACQUELINE JAY AdAMS Warwick

Marilyn Jane Adams Charlottesville

Shipley

Mae Alcock

Hampton

Judith Margaret Alexander Richmond

Martha Venable Alexander Richmond

Betty Lou Allen Scoltsburg

Joanne Elsie Allen Tillsonburg, Ontario. Canada

Vashti Gay Allen Newport News

Marjorie Frances Allgood Boydton

Sue Bledsoe Amory Hampton

Jean A. Anderson Chula

Marjorie Jayne Anderson Front Royal

Fay Elaine Appleton Warwick

Emily Wrenn Atkinson Blackstone

Madeline Elnore Bailey Scottsville

Nancy Lou Baker Newport News

Mary Ann Barnett Chesterfield

Cornelia Anne Batte McKenney

Elizabeth White Barefoot Richmond

Geraldine Muriel Belcher Richmond

Donna Diane Benn Warwick

Patti Billups Richmond

Ruth Elizabeth Blackman Portsmouth

Grace Hannah Bowles Goochland

College


Freshmen Carter Braxton Brenaman RichtiKmd

Nan Rae Brimmer Nnrfnlk

Ann Browder

Patricia

Dolphin

M. Elizabeth

Brown

West Point

Patsy Love Bryant Madison Heights

Eliza Johnstone

Buchanan

Brownshurg

RuFiNiA Alice Burnetts Ferrum

Margaret Jane Cadwallader Harrisonburg

Anne Cahill

Patricia

Winchester

Ellen Davis Callavfay Bluefield

Sara Elizabeth Cantrell Boydton

Mabel Jane Carson Chrislianshurg

Bobbie

Ann Carter

Norfolk

Betty Jane Carr Walters

Margaret Gail Carroll Hampton

Charlotte Lockhart Chadwick Riehm..nd

Linda Jane Chambers Lynchburg

Joan Leigh Coakley Ninde

Audrey Dinsmore Coates Lynchburg

Joyce Marie Cokkey Madison Heights

Sandra Lynn Cooley Bluefield

Betty Lou Cornick Virginia Beach

Annette

D. Grain

Williamsburg

Marjorie

L.

Crismond

G..bv

Longivood


Class of 1958

Eleanor Frances Crowder ClarksviUe

Maxine Pittard Crowder lirodnax

Jane Elizabeth Crute Boydton

Doris Anne Cunningham Scottsville

Nancy Katherine Cunningham Richlands

Judith Anne Dalton Richmond

Norma Ruth Daniel Alberta

Ann Henly DeAlba Warwick

Mary Leigh Deane Danville

Patricia

Ann Deaner

Hot Springs

Amanda Nottingham Dillon Ashland

Hazel Jeanette Dowdy Lynch Station

Margaret Anne Dowdy Lynch Station

Nancy Mae Drudge Shacklefords

Patsy Ann Dunevant Buckingham

Sara Alice Dusinberre Norfolk

Elsie

Tucker Ellerson

Richmond

Judith

Anna Elliott

Richmond

Carol Lee Emerick South Charleston, West Virgil

RosELYN Elaine Epps Wakefield

Suzanne Ward Faison Norfolk

Elizabeth Anne Ferguson Newsoms

Geneva Lucille Ferguson Farmville

Shelby Jean Flack Fort Spring, West Virginia

College


Freshmen Elizabeth

Harman Forbes

Warwick

Mary Anne Foster Hampton

Dorothy Gayenell Franklin Martinsville

Sarah Hurt Friend Cliatham

Nancy Hathaway Gailey Colonial Heiglits

Carolyn Fa ye Garner AltaVista

Linda

Ann Garrison

Williamsburg

Lois

Anne Gary

Lunenburg

Sara Stafford Gayhart Staunton

Rosalie Rosencrance Gear Rustburg

Nettie Jane Gerald Franklin

Mary Emma Griffith Buffalo, South Carolina

Pearson Grymes Richmond

Sarah Coleman Hackworth Halifax

Carrie Evelyn Hale Ellerson

Patricia

Ann Hancock

Courtland

Frances Lee Harman Richmond

Jacquelyn Lou Harnsberger Luray

Ann Hope Hart Richmond

Lucia Ellen Hart York. South Carolina

Eleanor Grey Harvey Roseland

Shirley

Mae Hauptman

Winchester

Lucy Ann Hawks Crewe

Shirley

Ann Hayden

Roanoke

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Longwood


Class of 1958

Anita Louise Heflin Ashland

Sally Elizabeth Henderson Saltville

Mary

Alice Henry

Spout Spring

Marion Carol Hepler Richmond

Virginia Evans Herre Bloomsburg. Pennsylvania

Beverly Evelyn Hershbercer Richmond

Anne Davis Hill Broadnax

Elizabeth C. Hogge Hampton

Mary Elizabeth Holland Gladys

Alma Jean Hopkins Warwick

Bette Sue Howard Martinsville

Nancy Lee Hubbard Lawrenrcville

Jacquelyn

B.

Hueter

Hampton

Ann Mae

Jeter

Lynchburg

Shirley Anne Johnson Victoria

Carolyn Page Jones Alberta

Jacqueline Lee Jones Winchester

Jane Campbell Karicofe Afton

Celestia Carolyn Kelly Hurt

Carol Catherine King Covington

Ella Harriet Klohr Bena

Katharine Marie Krehbiel Oakton

Carol Frances Lash Virginia Beach

Celina Leon-Gomez Honduras, Central America

Collegi


Freshmen Shfxva Jean Lee Boykins

Jankt L. Lloyd South Boston

Martha Jane Lloyd Warwick

Frankie

Mae Lucado

Portsmouth

Marjorie Lucas Alexandria

Beverly Ann McDowell Petersburg

Shirley Yvonne McGafit.i: Cedar Bluff

Shirley Jean

McNeal

Hampton

Betty Hart

Mann

Arlington

Violet Helene Marshall Norfolk

Carolyn Virginia Meadows Richlands

Nkll Pendleton Meredith Richmond

Norma Elizabeth Miller Crozet

Ribtnette R. Miller Forest

Lucille Virginia

Mohler

Lexington

Ann Elaine Montgomery Chatham

Sylvia Louise

Moore

Gloucester

Margaret Marodith Nichols Richmond

Caroline Oakey Roanoke

Noel Kathleen O'Leary Charlottesville

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Barbara Lee Parkinson

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Frances Helen Patton

Richmond

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Roanoke

Patricia

Anne Patton

AltaVista

Bonnie Dee Paxson Norfolk

Longrvood


Class of 1958

RocHELLK Virginia Person Boykins

Mary Beth

Picinich

Richmond

Barhara Lee Gay Pond Norfolk

Mary Louise

Price

Madisonville

Barbara Anne Raiford Ivor

George Ann Reynolds Suffolk

Sallie Ellen Rice Roanoke

Nancy

E.

Richardson

Grundy

Mary Rebecca

Riddick

Cnrapeake, North Carolina

Marcia Lee Robins Hampton

Bobbie Jo Rogers Arlington

Sue Ellen Rolston Highland Springs

Mary Frances Rosenkrans Crozet

W. Anne Rountree Smithfield

Elizabeth Lacy

Ruckman

Richmond

Jane Garthright Ruppert Richmond

Arden Sadler Pocahontas

Alice Cornelia Sawyer Hickory

Linda Carol Scott Covington

Shirley

Ann Self

Farnham

Irma Mae Setchel Spring Grove

Evelyn Mae Shifflettk Stanardsville

Betty Jeanne Simmons Oceana

Anne Meade Smith Madison

College 57


Freshmen Virginia

Ann Sniegor

West Point

Cora Alice Somervili.k Richmond

Betty Ray Spencer Hampton

Betty Jeanne Spruhan Salem

Jo

Ann Spurgeon Chilhowie

Sarah Wilhoit Stephens Cliarlottesville

P.

Jeanette Stinson Danville

June Sherwood Strother Colonial Heights

Carole Elaine Stroupe Salem

Sue Sturgis Taylor Richmond

Mary Lee Teel Charlottesville

Betty Ann Temple Richmond

Anne Marie Thacker Disputanta

Betty Ruth Thomas Lawrenceville

Mildred Anne Thrii-t Village

Sally Belle Tilson Bland

Jacqueline

E.

Trader

Oak Hall Billie Ann Warsaw

Vanlandingham

Jeanne Vestal Princess

Ann

Mary Weston Walker Buffalo Jiinclioii

Longivood


Class of 1958

Virginia Board Aha Vista

Walker

Ann Walton

Patricia

Covington

Carolyn Jewel Ward Suffolk

Vera Moonyeen Warren Newport News

Katharine Graham Watson Max Meadows

Carolyn Waugaman Roanoke

Annie V. Weaver Madison

Ellen Ann Webb Wardtown

Alta Ann Wheeler Petersburg

Dora Elizabeth White Hampton

Gwendolyn Ann White Wilson

Betty Joyce Whited Honaker

Carolyn Lea Williams Richmond

Mary Champ Williams Richmond

Janice Evelyn Wills Suffolk

Patricia Carol

Wolfe

Arlington

Jo Anne Rock

Wood

Castle

Lucy Lee Wootton EnonviUe

Patricia

Ann Worrell

Courtland

Jean Audrey Yancey Skipwith

Ruth Lang Zich Richmond

College


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The Student Government Associaincludes as members every

tion

woman larger

student of the college. This

body

elects a Student

Council

whose duties are to promote and uphold the honor system and manage student body, in cooperation with the Administration. The council also tries to uphold the affairs of the

and traditions of Longwood and give to the entire student body ideals

a sense of responsibility as college

The real success of the StuGovernment Association depends upon the support of indi-

citizens.

dent

vidual students. Thanks and appreciation are here

Vaden. C. Gray.

J.

Blake.

expressed to our capable advisor, Dr. George W. Jeffers, as well as to Miss Cleaves, Dr. Lancaster, the faculty and student body for their

J.

support and co-operation.

Student Government Association

Seated: S. Ward. A. Wendenburg. Parker. Bailey, Vaden. Dr. Jeffers, Waitman. Standinfi:

Furbes, Warriner. Grymes. Overton. Wilder.

J.

Blake, Cray

J.

White


The Young Women's Christian Association gathered at the door of the

Rotunda freshmen

this

fall

to

welcome

the

Longwood College. During the first week of school the "Y" entertained the new girls at a recepto

tion in the Student Lounge, at which time they met the faculty and the "Y" Cabinet. In February Religious Emphasis Week was held on our campus. With the Rev. W. Holt Souder as our

leader,

we centered our thoughts

around Through

our

theme

—"Strength

F'aith."

Besides Prayers, held every weeknight, the "Y" sponsored "Sing," the Christmas pageant, several as-

day

sembly programs, and with Student Standards the College Chest drive. Our thanks go to our capable leaders and advisor. Miss Draper.

—

;uhy, Parke

Young Women^s Christian Association Mays, Jackson Second row: Kuhn, Abernathy, J. C. Parker, J. DeAlba, M. A. Wright. Miss Draper Third row: Jenkins, Striplin, Beavers, L. Brooking. D. Morris First row: Lenz, Stanley,

63


Waugaman,

First row:

Second

nm

«

C.mli-y.

hite.

Boswcll. Ci

Warriner, Soglinian. Kent

:

House Council "Please, that means

dance pus,

at

Tech. Of

all

I

can't

go

would be this weekend!" This

it

familiar plea that the House Council bers listen to this fact is

the job.

the

to

times to be on camis

a

mem-

during the semester. However,

evidence that the council

is

on

The student body may complain value the efforts

like this, but they really

A ful,

constant guide to us all

cooperation

friendly

mothers and hostesses

is

of

the cheerthe

house

—Miss Hamner, Mrs.

Keller, Mrs. Eastham, Mrs. Tabb. Mrs. Rex,

and Mrs. Holladay.

The house presidents

—Carolyn Wauga-

man, Flo Soghoian, Muriel Boswell, and Joan Conley

also are an important part

of the council to maintain peace and order

of the structure of the

House Council. Jackie

throughout the dormitories.

White served as our

efficient president; the

This year the House Council sponsored

other officers included Beth Kent, vice-presi-

featured several of the

dent; Nell Crocker, secretary; and Helen

who

Warriner, treasurer. This was a successful

a booth at Circus.

council

It

members serving

as "barkers,"

guessed weights and ages of those present.

year for the council, and

The booth provided

to these officers.

a small financial gain

for the Council and a great deal of fun for

make

those

who helped

other

money-making project was

dance.

to

it

a success. a

An-

combo

Finally,

work of

it

the

much

credit goes

should be emphasized that the

House Council would not have

been possible without the hall presidents,

who are

elected

by

their respective halls.


Macon, Manl.,>,, lunLliii, Bnllui-, \. 1m,o. |l.n.-. Fi/, r, ISi unking Second row: Everett, Wlute. ^oglioidn. UeAIIja. Kelsey, Lalloway, Taylor, Dcvine, Waitman. First row:

Parlvcr,

Ward, Donaldson

Student Standards Student Standards has as

its

purpose

leged to attend Mr. Bittinger's class, Parlia-

set-

problems arising between the students,

tling

dents

mentary Law.

and the administration. Stu-

the faculty,

have had an opportunity

The committee

offer

to

suggestions for projects they would like for

a

investigated the possibil-

for

many

vears.

was working with the

We

want

to

thank our faculty and ad-

Y.W.C.A., collecting donations for the College Chest.

vided

The money

among

the

March

Cross, the Cere])ral

ministration collected

was

of Dimes, the

their invaluable service

Macon

all

for

and advice. Eloise

June Manlove was secretary;

Florence Soghoian. chairman of the regulations

placing of bulletin boards in Junior Build-

Heads of

—

served as chairman of the connuit-

tee this year.

])ooths

Student and Junior Buildings, and the

ing.

Chambers,

Asher, Mr. Wamsley, and Mr. Merritt

Other accomplishments of the commit-

in

—Miss

Miss Cleaves, Miss Burger, Miss Price, Miss

Red

Palsy Fund, and ihe

were the installation of phone

memjiers

di-

World Service University.

tee

breakfast.

cafeteria-style

This has been a goal for Student Standards

Student Standards to utidertake. Our main project for the year

of serving

ity

committee;

Margurete

chairman of the Year's Calendar.

organizations were privi-

65

Franklin,


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f^lii^^i.^^! Scarborough, Southern, Mr. Meeker

THE COLONNADE Beorc

Eli

was founded by

editor, having as her assistants

Thorn, the English Honor Society

strong,

on campus, with the purpose of stimulating interest in creative writing

and literary

search

among

this in

mind, the members of the

endeavored

the college students.

make

to

ton.

re-

assistant.

have

having

THE COLONNADE

to

required of a literary magazine.

THE COLONNADE

as

Florence Blake was art editor, assistant

Nancy

vey was poetry editor.

maintain the high standards

In producing

Bar-

On

her

staff of as-

were Jeanne Saunders, Betty Jane

Staples,

and Frances Bailey.

staff,

edi-

editor. Jackie

Marshall

tor,

and Betty Scarborough, business man-

Joan Jones as

assistant.

Macon

Mary

sistants

her

ager. Eloise

Lenz.

An

innovation

of this year was the institution of a

bara Southern, as editor-in-chief, had on

Georgia Jackson, managing

the

Cowles was review editor, and Molly Har-

of vital interest to the students, and at the

same time

McLemore capably handled

Pat

job of essay editor with Judy Billett as her

Keeping

staff

Dot Arm-

Margaret Ann Felton, and Pat Wal-

Our work could

served as short story

66

humor

filled this post

with

not have been accom-


plished without Phyllis

staff.

on her

staff

Brierley,

tlie

lielp

We

of the Ijusiness

Nurney was head

typist,

were Margaret Miller, Ann

and

Jane

Railey.

advisors

Top

Jennings,

their

M.

M. Harvey, Nurney,

Miller. J. Junes

67

Simtlu-r

Mr. Meeker. Kneeling:

J.

to Dr.

to

our

Mrs. Ross,

guidance

during the year.

picture; standing, F. Bailey, J. Marshall, F. Blake.

Lucille

and Mr. M. B. Coyner, for

managers for the year.

Bottom picture: Jackson, Lenz,

—Miss

Meade Shackleford, Miss Annie Lee

Margaret

Beavers and Joan Harvey acted as circulation

wish to express our gratitude

Richard K. Meeker, our advisor, and

and

Harvey, BiUett


The

Rotunda

Gillchrest;

A

Ward,

S.;

Mrs. Sllackleford

piece of copy

leyed,

pleted

—

—

typed, proof-read, gal-

again,

proof-read

com-

pressed,

thus the life cycle of a story

is

symbol "30" ap-

finished with the proof

pearing on the bottom! The journalist lives

an exciting

life of

meeting deadlines, writ-

ing headlines, and proofreading. Editor-in-chief Shirley ness

Manager Joyce

ROTUNDA

Jan

managed

news editor

for

Jones, co-art editors, gave the decora-

tive

touches to the second page. Heading the

and

circulation

staffs

were

the

associ-

Leonard had the "nose for as

checked

editor,

Carolyn Stanley and Winnie Louhoff; Shir-

were Dot Douglas and Phoebe Warner.

news" as she served

desk

colons; Loretta Brooking and

Ann

ley

ate editor. Gail

Kuyk,

commas and

Busi-

Co-managing editors

Martha Donaldson was the capable

inter-

Jackie Marshall pounded the beat.

advertising

Ward and

Gillchrest

this year.

For the lighter touch and human

year.

est angle,

for the

Kemp was

copy

editor.

(Jur important columnists

were Margaret

Dryden, Lou Wilder, Anne Thaxton, and again

Carolyn

Stanley,

who gave

their

talents to the editorial staff as well as to


the Imsiness staff.

"Peanuts" Winder served

again this year as

Much

staff

photographer.

is

and circulation

staff

who

were always there when the news was "hot."

credit for another successful news-

paper year

writers, typists,

due the reporters, feature

We

thank also our friendly and capable

advisor

—Mrs. Meade

S.

Shackelford.

30

Top

picture: Warren, A. Jones, son. Carter, Thompson

Bottom picture: seated, Kemp, StanilinR: L. lirool^ing,

Emory, Hosteller, Cantrell, Donaldson, Whitehead, Kesterson, Winder, Miller, Carter,

J.

Marshall. Douglas, Stanley,

M. Lucas, M. Donaldson, Warner,

Kuyk

I,u,ih..tr.

TliaxMii. K,,ÂŤenki-ans

Cecil,

Ga


The Virginian

Mr. McCorkle. Devine, Worthingtun

In the spring of 1954, the editor,

Devine and her

assistant,

Donnie

and her

began making plans with the new

staff

The

work began

real

when

Monday Building

September, how-

roam

and trudge

make

the

sued

1

Scott,

keep up

organizations'

write-ups,

occupied

and

Beth

annual. Other

mind

Ruffin,

955 VIRGINIAN of Longwood

Ann Brooking

ples,

70

purtheir

art

work

for the

of the

staff,

Marion

Mary Jo Hutchinson, Margurete Meade Webb, Gayle

Peo-

Frances Raine, and Caroline Stone-

man, were always there

Peggy Worthington, business manager,

for

Kent and Virginia

members

Franklin, Elsie

one of the best ever.

re-

on the

to date

secretaries

Obenchain turned out the

Science

begin putting things together.

to

to

picture-taking schedules.

the halls to sell subto third floor

All of this they did with one goal in to

minding students

the staff returned to meet on

nights,

scriptions,

in

Fannie

annual; and Nancy Nelson persisted in

and

Mr. Mac for the 1955 VIRGINIAN.

ever,

assistant,

themselves with the business matters of the

Helen Warriner,

to

back them up


and keep things moving. In the spring, two freshmen,

Ann

man, were added

The

staff

dered assistance

Brierley and Betsy Riick-

respectively.

to the staff.

expresses

its

to

Miss Foster and Miss Bedford who ren-

Top

picture:

seated, Warriner, Ruffin, Hutchinson, Peoples,

Obenchain F.

SihH, Kent

it

is

and

art fields

very gratefid

Mac who was always

to give advice,

inspiration.

Standing: A. Brooking, Mr. McCorkle, Raine

Bottom picture: Franklin, N. Nelson, E. M. Webb, Stoncman.

then,

indispensable Mr.

around

appreciation to

in the literary

And

encouragement, and


Seated: J. White, Gray, Seibel, Warriner. A. Wendenburg, V. Standing: J. Blake. J. C. Parker. S. Ward, Kent, .Miss Burge

\

\. I-

J, .in.

J. Bailey. Masters kM.n. Waitman. Worthington

II.

J.1,

Gamma

Alpha Kappa Alpha Kappa

Gamma

is

womanly

queen, and

a national hon-

orary society standing for leadership

in

shall,

service. Eligibility requirements

ice to the college,

Joan Circle

Wendenburg,

this

Nancy Lenz

and recognized construc-

on campus. The year were

president;

Ann

Carter

vice-president; Dot Vaden, secretary; and

membership.

They were

J.

ber.

in

to the

To

was held in

in

December

at

honor of Dr. and

group. foster high ideals, to

promote coordi-

nation of various college activities, and to

preserve the ideals and traditions of the

as the

college

Octo-

Nancy Tanley Masters reigned

buffet supper

sented a plaque in recognition of her service

Conley. C. Stanley, and L. Wilder.

theme for our amuial circus held

Bailey, N. Nel-

Mrs. Lancaster. Mrs. Lancaster was pre-

White,

"Sawdust Shavings" was chosen

Wendenburg, and

J.

P. Worthington, D. Devine, M. Donaldson, J.

J.

son, J. C. Parker, A. C.

A

Blake. C. Gray, G. Jackson, B. Kent, N.

Masters, L. Seibel, H. Warriner,

at the

Carolina. Delegates were

Miss Burger's home

group. In tapping, fourteen girls were recfor

and

as animal trainer.

Miss Nancy Chambers.

ren-

dered effective service as advisor to the

ognized

Strother.

ring master,

College of Charleston in Charleston, South

Macon,

Helen Waitman, treasurer. Miss Burger

and June as

The annual convention was held

officers of

Eloise

attendants were Jackie Mar-

Parker,

Becky Fizer served

include fine character, conscientious serv-

tive leadership

lier

Patti

—

these are the purposes of Alplia

Kappa Gamma.

as

72


Alpha Psi

Omega Alplia

Psi

Omega,

na-

honorary dramatic fraternity, was organized for the purpose of providing an honor society for those doing superior work tional

in

dramatics.

Theatre's

"Macheth"

The Barter

presentation

of

January was sponsored by Alpha Psi Omega in an effort to bring good theatre to our camin

pus. In the spring Psi

Omega

Alpha

Seated: Nelson, N.;

Edward-

Masters:

Standing: Staples, F.; Ogburn: Parker,

IJr.

Early

Junes: Wilsun. S.

J.

also sponsored

three one-act plays, directed and played by

and

These plays gave an opportunity to develop talent and train students before and behind the footlights. Our officers for the year were Nancy Tanley Masters, president; James Parker,

members include Nancy Nelson and Sally

vice-president; Florence Blake, secretary;

our director. Dr. Steven Earley.

the students.

Beorc

Wilson.

We

Abernathy,

Other

treasurer.

could not have achieved our

goal of bringing good theatre to the cam-

pus without the inspiration and work of

Eh Thorn

Beorc Eh Thorn, an honor society on Longwood campus, recognizes students with outstanding achievement in English and has as its aims promotion of the use the

Patsy

of good English, appreciation and enjoy-

ment of

literature,

and encouragement of

creative writing for the publications.

main objective for

the

Our

was

year

to

encourage active participation of our Mr. Meeker, J. Windley, M. Cowle Ward. Warriner. Moncure

First rnw: Southern, S. Wilson, Phelps,

Second row: Nelson, Rector, ington, S.

I,,

members by presentation individual ture.

specified

at

meetings of

studies

in

litera-

The programs were concerned with

these studies.

In January Beorc

Eh Thorn spon-

sored Dr. Ashley-Montagu, the author of \^

"The omen,"

Natural as

an

Superiority

assembly

Other events of the year were the

Longwood and May. The officers for nics at

pic-

Estate in

December

the year

were Vir-

ginia Phelps, president;

vice-president;

of

speaker.

Mary

Naomi Reed,

Cowles,

secretarv;

and Nan Picinich Jordan, treasurer.


Fir^t r..w:

Kent, Macon, Scarborough, McLemore. Stanley, N. Nelson, Dcvit

Second row: B.

J.

West, F. Scott, Crocker, DeHaven, D. Morris, Gillchrest.

Third row: Warriner, Ellington, Fourth row:

J.

J.

Blake, Worthington, A. Jones

Scott, Hayes, J. Harvey, Phelps, A. Brooking, Weatherholtz

Kappa The Beta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta its main purposes

Pi was founded in 1928,

being to promote a closer bond

among

stu-

dents of Education and to encourage high professional,

intellectual,

and

personal

standards.

Our officers for the past year were Pat McLemore, president; Nancy Nelson, vicepresident;

Carolyn

Frances

Betty

Stanley,

secretary;

Scarborough,

treasurer;

Peggy Worthington, ficers

historian.

These

of-

worked under the capable guidance Lucy Adams, our advisor. We are

of Miss

most grateful for her co-operation and

will-

Delta Pi spoke of his us

some of

trip to Italy. Dr.

his observations

Simonini gave

on the European

educational system, describing the educa-

modern Italian girls. At another we heard reports by Peggy Worthington and Pat McLemore, who attended the National Kappa Delta Pi convocation at Purdue University in Lafayette, tion given

of our programs

Indiana, last spring.

Twelve

girls

were

initiated into

Kappa new

Delta Pi this fall; initiation for other

members was held again

in

March. In Feb-

ruary Mr. Bittinger was our speaker

annual banquet. In the

late spring

at

our

our suc-

ing service.

cessful year ended with our tea-reception,

Our programs for the year were varied. One of the most interesting events was a

honoring the freshmen and sophomores who

talk

given

by Dr. R. C. Simonini, who

ranked

in the

tive classes.

upper quintile of their respec-


Pi Delta Epsilo n Pi Delta Epsilon, a national honorary journalistic fraternity, acts as a

house for problems of

all publications

campus. This organization the

ethics,

chanics of journalism.

The

on

tions

by bringing

for a

common

staff

Cecil,

In an attempt to exchange ideas about

various college publications and good jour-

fraternity seeks

campus publicamembers together

purpose.

nalistic practices, a joint

Peggy Worthington, secretary; and Phoebe Warner, treasurer. Mr. George Calcott was

new advisor

the

to

and chosen as

replace

Dr.

Schlegel. Dr. Rinaldo Simonini the

to

list

of

Marvin

was added

honorary members of Pi

Delta Epsilon.

Firsl

Jackie Marshall,

row

:

Jackson, Stanley,

in the

Mary Jo Hutchinson,

M. Cowles, A. Weniienburg, Warriner,

activities

year also centered around the publica-

tion of a school calendar.

The Longwood College Chapter, which was founded

in

1950, has

made

consider-

able progress; and with the cooperation of its

members, the succeeding years should

bring even greater achievement.

We

were proud

sentatives

that twenty-three repre-

from the three publications

tended the Virginia

Seven new memljcrs were initiated fall:

Our

Delta Epsilon chapters.

Pi this

This year Dot Douglas was president;

meeting was held

by the Longwood and the Hampden-Sydney

Betty Frances Scarborough, vice-president;

initiated into the fraternity

Margaret Ann Felton, and Molly Ann

Harvey.

and the me-

strengthen and support

to

Phyllis Nurney, Marguerete Franklin, Sally

strives to teach

techniques,

the

clearing

Association

Intercollegiate

convention

in

at-

Press

Lexington

in

March.

Gillchrest, P. Cantrell

Second row S. Ward, Warner, Mr. Calcott, Douglas, Worthington, Scarborough. Third row: Southern, M. Lucas, N. Nelson, Nurney, Cecil. Hutchinson, M. Harvey, ard, F. Scott, Devine, McLemore, Felton, M. Franklin, Dryden, Vaden :

J.

Marshall.

J.

C. Parker,

M. Donaldson, Leon-


Association of Childhood Education The Association of Childhood Educawas formed

tion

in

1930 bv

of two organizations,

dergarten

Union

tlie

and

tlie

merging

is

composed

officers

who have

led us through the

year were Audrey N. Powell, president;

International Kin-

Barbara \. Rickiuan, secretary; Joyce G.

International

Quick, treasurer. Our advisor. Miss Kate

the

Comicil for Primary Education. The organization

The

of those

girls

inter-

G. Trent, has given

much time

to the guid-

ance of the activities of the organization.

ested in the education of small children.

For our Christmas project

The purposes

chose

work

this year,

we

of the Association are to to

buy, wrap, and send gifts to chil-

for the education and well being of

dren living

in a particular

orphanage home.

children: to bring into active cooperation all

groups interested

in

children,

in

homes, the school, and the conmmnity;

the to

The a

rest of the school

year centered around

family of children who are students in the

raise the standard of professional training

Farmville Elementary School. Through the

for teachers and leaders in the field of edu-

contributions of members,

cation.

give the children a special

First row: Miss Trent, Powell

Second row: Hundley, Warner, Felton, Thaxton, Spindler Third row: Parker, J. White, C. Davis, Burgess Fourth row: Rickman, Bradshaw, Devinc. Manlove

we were able gift.

to


Future Teachers of America The

J.

Jarmaii

1..

chapter

Teachers of America seeks

Future

of

group, a student

promote pro-

to

fessional leadership, to further the activities

to

in

As

study the practices of the teaching pro-

and

to

good leaders

tion

develop desirahle qualities

our members

in

may

order that they

F.

he

usual,

A.

T.

helped

in the field of education.

started during National

we observed National Educaweek.

Association

F. T. A.

Our year

reconmiended by

by the meml)ers of the organization.

of the National Education Association,

fession,

lUList jje

head of her department and approved

the

to

file

in

We

the college

also

l)uilt

library.

a

We

organize high-school chapters of

We increased enrollment by extend-

Eduing invitations to under-classmen.

cation Association F. T. A.

week with

members giving

a

a

skit,

group of P.

Wynne,

our advisor, and to the following

officers:

Our

ABOUT

gratitude goes to Dr.

J.

LIZ, which emphasized the responsibilities

Martha Seibel, president; Phyllis Powell,

of a good teacher.

The Longwood Future Teachers ica,

organized in 1930, has forty-five

bers. In order to

become a member

vice-president;

Amer-

of

Nancy

mem-

Taylor,

Bonnie

treasurer;

Curling, librarian.

of this

First row: Scott, Sanders, Button, Jefferson, Lucas, Seibel, King, Thaxton, Given

Second nnv: Stanley, Manlove, M. Jones, Inge, Davis, Powell, Dize, Crocker, Curling Third row: Devine, Northern, Morris, Phelps, Donaldson, M. A. Ward,

77

J. C.

Parker, Daij

Owen, and

secretary;

Barliara


Future Business Leaders of America

is

and experience

The Future Business Leaders of America

best in talent, thought,

the national organization for students in

business education over a period of

in

more

Business Education. The purposes of the

than ten years. Leading business educators

FBLA

and

are to develop competent, aggressive

fidence of selves

and

in

the

est

young men and women their work, to create intelligent

choice

munity,

and

to

to

more

inter-

developing in the Future Business Leaders of

business

members

in

and

Our

Standing:

FBLA

dent,

J.

is

J.

F. Williams

secretary, Joan Har-

Mary

Alice Ellington; and

Frances Northern.

We

wish

to

thank our advisor. Dr. M. L. Landrum,

backed by the

Mann,

year were as follows:

Wilma Salmon;

reporter,

in scholar-

Harvey, Cr.K-ker. M. Donaldson, Scarborough,

Seated: Salmon. Ellington, Northern,

officers for the

vey; treasurer,

cooperative effort,

organization

and principles

president, Betty F. Scarborough; vice-presi-

ship and to promote school loyalty.

The

activities

tion.

improve the home and com-

to participate in

America those

that result in the highest type of organiza-

themselves in business. In

encourage improvement

organizations

generously of their time and experience to

addition, the organization seeks to encour-

age members

youth

them-

the development of individual projects in establishing

in

in

of

occupations, and to encourage

specialists

throughout the United States have given

business leadership, to strengthen the con-

J.

for his assistance throughout the year.

Haden, Daiger, Dr. Landrum


Fir-t r.m

Second

Mj\.

J

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r..w

Third run

L

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Bljir.

II

K, 'm

C

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Griftin.

B

Home

J

\

Si-ibfl

W e^t.

member

of

the

h.-l.

K

\Iillrr. D],

Economics Club

Our Longwood Home Economics Club, a

Sjt,

Gar>

American Home Eco-

Our

council consisted of the officers and

one representative from each

class.

These

nomics Association, has had another event-

representatives were the following: Doris

under the leadership of our

Cunningham, freshman; Mary Anne Jen-

ful year

officers:

Lois Marshall, president; Josephine Maxey, vice-president; tary;

Suzanne Prillaman,

secre-

In October Helen Kelsey, Suzanne Prilla-

Home Economics

Griffin

Province

H

sophomore; Becky Blair, junior; and

Bomiie Owen, senior.

November

and Helen Kelsey, treasurer.

man, and Mrs. Nell

nings,

and

busiest months.

December

Our club

girls

were

were ringing

attended the

doorbells and taking orders for the

Workshop

puddings and

at

fruit cakes

our

plum

which we sold

at

Indiana, Pennsylvania. The club was also

Thanksgiving and Christmas. The club also

well-represented at the state convention of

sold Christmas cards, and

the Virginia

Home Economics

Loretta Brooking was

Association.

this year's vice-presi-

we were pleased

with the success of our projects.

Our

gratitude goes to our sponsor. Miss

dent of the college section of the Virginia

Betty Lois Price, for her encouragement and

Home Economics

guidance throughout the year.

Association.


French Club second

was the

annual

Christmas

party given with the Spanish Clul).

This party

mas

is

among the

first

of Christ-

festivities at the college

ways helps

to

and

al-

get the spirit of the

season under way.

Le Cercle Francais, with

the help

of Dr. C. L. S. Farley, presented a

special

program of several scenes

French from Cyrano de Bergerac.

now

liope

to

make

gram an annual Kuyk, McLem..ie. A.

Br.H.kin;;. F. Blake,

We

this type of pro-

presentation.

Each member of the club

N. Nel^.n, Bndo

in

partici-

pated in the interesting programs we

With the help of Miss Draper, our advisor, and

gave during the year, and with the

Michelle Bodo, our informant from Paris, France,

Le Cercle Francais has had another successful year. The Ijooth at Circus was our first project; the

last

meeting and

we ended

a "'Bon

Voyage!",

the session.

Spanish Club "Se declara

aljierta

la

primera

sesion!" With these words, the

first

meeting of the Spanish CIuIj was called to order.

To help

us with our

plans for the year were Berta Micaela

Duarte, our informant from Mexico City,

Mexico,

Gomez,

a

and

Leon-

Celina

from Teguci-

freshman

galpa, Honduras.

Our

activities for the

a liooth at Circus,

year included

where Lags

of pea-

nuts containing prizes were sold; our

French-Spanish Fiesta, and a movie,

"The Golden Coach."

The Spanish Club was proud learn that one of

its

to

members, Fay

Greenland, had won a scholarsliip

to

study at the University of Mexico.

Our

officers

for

the

year

were

Shirley Wilbourne, president; Patsy Abernathy, vice-president;

Mary

Jo Hutchinson, secretary;

Pat Jones, treasurer; and Suzanne Faison, porter.

re-


Longwood Library League Longwood Library League, Tri-L for short,

is

composed of majors

library science, the library

student assistants, and those

the

who

are

especially interested in books and braries.

The

officers for

in

staff,

1954-'55

li-

in-

cluded Barbara Moore Curling, president;

Noami Reed,

Norma Jean

vice-president;

and

secretary;

Croft,

Jeannette Morris, treasurer. Dr. Beverley Ruffin

was our sponsor. Miss

Marion Terry, strong, Mrs.

Miss

Arm-

Irving

Martha Le Stourgeon,

and Mrs. Anne

Jeffers

were our ad-

visory members. Honorary

First row; Curling,

members

Second row:

J.

Phelps,

Reed

Morris, Bodkins, N. Hundley. N. Picinich, Dr. Ruffin,

M. Cowles, M. Sutherland,

C. Rhodes, C. Phillips

of our club are Miss Louise Johnson,

Elementary School Librarian,

Tri-L this year continued

and

books

Miss Kate O'Brien, Farmville High

to

its

projects of sending

needy libraries abroad and of conducting

tours through the library for visiting groups. This

School Librarian.

year

many new members were welcomed

into Tri-L.

Eastern Shore Club The Eastern Shore Club serves two purposes:

it

of

Longwood College

fosters a social fellowship

among

the girls from the Shore, and it seeks to preserve a close relationship between Shore alumDryden, Hutchins

E.

Webb,

Sii

ns,

Ashby,

nae and ourselves. Four new

mem-

bers were added to our club this vear:

Mary Lu James, Jac(juelyn Trader, Ellen Ann Webb, and Betty Simmons. Under dent, sor,

the leadership of our presi-

Margaret Dryden, and our sponMrs. R. C. Sinionini, we had a

successful year. In October our juke-

box dance

in the

Rec drew one of the

largest crowds of the year. Several

times during the year our sponsor entertained us in her home. Shall

we

ever forget the pleasure of hot cocoa,

apple cider, and donuts after long hours of study!

Mary Jo Hutchinson was hold the

elected to

office of secretary-treasurer.

We're hoping

that all of our

mem-

bers will be with us again next year.


First row Miss Cliambers. P. Cantrell, Second row: Northington, Hite, Bacon :

B. Roller

Third row: McAden, Ellington, Spain, Allgood, Crate Fourth row: Thaxton, Wilbnurne, A. Powell, Hackworth Fifth row: J. Lloyd, B. L. Allen

Chalimeck Tri-County Club In April, 1953, the girls from Charlotte,

joyed the party. The club also sponsored a

Mecklenhurg, and Halifax Counties united

booth in the main recreational hall follow-

to

form a regional

club.

The purpose of

this

among

the

club was to foster fellowship girls

from Southside Virginia and

to

ing the annual Circus.

time

Longwood

had

a delightful

ac-

classes

quaint future

We

working with the other clubs and to

provide entertainment for

stu-

students from this

dents and guests.

area with the college and

its activities.

Under

Officers elected to direct our activities for this

year were president, Patricia Cantrell;

secretary-treasurer,

sponsor. Miss

Barbara

Roller;

and

1954 we sponsored

a

juke-box dance in the Rec. Before the Christ-

mas holidays roast

at

this year,

Longwood

we had

Estate.

the capable leadership of the

and our sponsor, we had

beginning, and

we

progress each year.

Nancy Chambers.

In the spring of

cers

a weiner

Everyone

en-

to

keeping

in

offi-

a successful

feel that the club will

We

are looking forward

contact

with

each

other

summer and becoming

ac-

quainted with the new students from our

sec-

throughout the

tion at

our

fall picnic.


Fir-1 FHiv: Thrill. P. l'nu,41. )IudiK.II

Second row: tallin, L. iNi-ls.m, Kowe, Hinl.ji. Third row: Sanders, Dize, Mr. French, Hanks Fourth row Cross, Crismond :

Fifth row: Daiger, Nortliern,

Kilmon

Northern Neck Club Situated between the beautiful

and Rappanhannock Rivers

known

is

by the traditional hamburger feast

Potomac

home

a peninsula

as the Northern Neck. This section

of Virginia has gained

its

fame through

historic

and natural beauty and the

ness of

its

people.

The genuine

of all Northern Neckers visit there

want

1926 under

teen high-school seniors

friendli-

Neck who were here

hospitality

from the Northern our traditional

for

N. N. weekend. The motto of our club

makes those who

is

"Fishing for Knowledge," but we have our

to return.

share of pleasure also.

This year's club

the able leadership of our son,

own "Charlie Hop," who

at the

Graham. In November we had

a delightful picnic supper, entertaining six-

its

The Northern Neck Club was established in

of Mr.

is

president;

officers

were Louise Nel-

Anna Mae Sanders,

vice-

a true "North-

president;

Frances

Northern,

secretary;

ern Necker." His generous and understanding friendship inspires us to

Shirley Self, treasurer; and

make each year

Thrift, re-

porter.

in the club's history just a little better than

Here

the last.

Our freshmen were welcomed

Aim

is

an invitation from

Neckers: You'll come!!

in the fall

83

all

us Northern


First row: Nichols, S. L. Wenilcnburg, Soghoian, Dillon, Pollard. C. Williams, J. Mann, Kuhn, M. Williams Second row: Leonard, Belcher, Sommerville, C. Smith, Barefoot, Chadwick, Adkins, Jenkins, Roadcap, Crenshaw, P. Meredith, Z;c'-l Third row: Devine, M. Barnett, B. Stephenson, Kuyk, B. Richardson, Curling, Pannell, Haden, Faggert, Ellerson, S. Taylor, Felthaus, Elliott

Fourth ruw: Ruckman, Stoneman, D. Thomas,

J.

Saunders

Richmond Club Under

the leadership of our president,

Dorothy Anne Thomas, the Richmond Cluh of 1954-'55 again

year.

had a successful college

Twenty-eight freshmen

from Rich-

mond and its suburbs joined our membership roll when they registered for classes late in September. Our efforts

from the capital

home

at

city

to

welcome

helped them

the girls

to feel at

Longwood. When among

a

group

class of '59.

At our spring picnic the year were elected.

will

this

joyed raising

that

Cover's

Maddox

as our

The club takes great pride advising

first

us

new

in the

was one of Mrs.

duties after

coming

to

Long-

wood. Although we will miss her, we are sure that the club will continue to prosper

under the excellent leadership of our new

Richmond.

Again

Richmond Club

Mrs. Kathleen Cover, resigned, and we

elected Miss Frances

fact

from

next

During the year our former faculty sponsor,

more encouraging than chatting with someona from her home town; the Richmond Club members tried to enliven and enrich for all girls

officers for

are sure that under

have another successful year.

advisor.

week of college

We

their able leadership the

of unfamiliar people, a girl finds nothing

the first

135 prospective members of the

tesses to

year the club members en-

money

At our annual club

at

our booth

tea,

at Circus.

held in Richmond

during the Christmas holidays, we were hos-

sponsor.

Our bara

other officers for this year were Bar-

Mays,

vice-president,

Kuhn, secretary-treasurer.

and

Loretta


Southwest Virginia Club From

the towns

a

new

and

Longwood

Virginia,

cities of

Southwest

to the

girls returned to begin

year.

Members

active

this project

we

its fifth

Even

it

We too

girls to

It

was fun

talk to the

First niw: K.

who would be

J.

Spruhan,

S.

is

now

in

will be Ijigger

and

members

will

that

its

were proud of our many members

received top honors and

numerous

who held

offices

to mention.

happy and successful

fresh-

for

all.

To our Seniors we say goodby, and

be together again and

alumnae about past pleasures and

Watson, B.

and

it

us a bigger and better club and will be

at a tea all of the upper-

men.

hope

Here's hoping that next year will bring

Southwest." Last year our Roanoke alum-

classmen and the

We

has been organized.

who

alumnae carry

with them the spirit typical of "the Great

nae entertained

year.

better each year,

weekends.

after graduation our

were

girls

and we are

continue to carry out the purpose for which

enter-

tained the girls from our communities on visitation

functions,

The Southwest Virginia Club

we hoped

high-school girls from Southwest

Virginia in our college, and so

campus

upon them.

making new

friends of the prospective students at Long-

wood. In carrying out

in

in store for

coming year. Our

proud of the leadership honors bestowed

of the club concerned them-

selves with the pleasant task of

to interest

freshmen about the things

tliem in the

we'll

be seeing you out in "Old West Virginia."

Hayden, E. Hall, P. Warner

Second row: DeHaven, Harris, Jennings, Cecil, M. Harvey, F. Patton, Stroupe, Fizer, Lucas Third row: Dyer, M. Beavers, N. J. Jones, M. Donaldson, M. A. Ward, Maas, S. Raymond. V.

85

ess. J.

Payne, Worthingto


Baptist Student Unto n This year the B.S.U. had a pre-school treat at

Camp Green Bay

to

make plans

re-

"Feathering Your Nest," "Lovebirds" and

for

"Fledglings." In January

the year's work. Rees Watkins, Eston Mat-

thews, and

Ed Sandridge

we had Freshman Week, and

Mr. Winders taught a study course on "Soul

led the confer-

Winning." Following

ences.

As tlie semester hegan, we presented Spirit of B.S.U." in the

''The

we crowned

the

Western Party on a In the spring

Saturday night.

We

were proud

have Anne Thomas, a to

Jamaica, return

had

in

many

different

and

with the theme

Novemher

to us

First row:

Him

"Step by Step."

Alexander

This year could have never been half so

"Toward Twentieth-Century

complete or so successful without the guid-

in

Discipleship" and having Mrs.

speak

J.

ance and friendship of Miss Lucile Peak,

P. Allen

on such interesting subjects as

V. Crockett, Clegg. Hutsnn, Peach, Thaxton.

Mr. Bruner and Dr. Johnson.

Maddox

Second row: B. Shackelford,

J. Harvey, Sylvester, Blair, Hayes, M. Foster, Crenshaw, Faggert, Windley Third row: A. K. Jones, Hite, Curling, Salmon, McGlothlin, Yates, J. Mann, M. Webh, A. Jones Fourth row: R. Hines, Miss Peake, Bell, F. King. J. Hines. D. Coleman. J. Pond. Stradley. B. West, Grif

Ward. Puckett, F. Evans, Gray, Kuhn Kemp, J. Darnell, E. Brown, McKinney,

Fifth row: J.

Sixth row:

May we

a picnic.

The theme for the year was "My God I," and we made every effort to follow

during the year, such as attending

the Convention in

"Lady of the Link." we had our retreat at Blacks-

of B.S.U'ers all over the state. In

to

us of her experiences.

The B.S.U. engaged activities

was the Youth

burg and once again shared the fellowship to

summer missionary tell

this

Revival and the Treasure Banquet, at which

C. Davi^. F. Bay*. Crocker

86


Canterbury Club The National Canterbury Association

is

a fellowship of Episcopal faculty and stu-

dent groups.

posed

of

Our Canterbury Club from

students

is

com-

Longwood and

prayer and the sacraments, study, service, giving,

of the Canterbury Club

mankind;

to initiate a

missionary move-

is

ment among Episcopal students; and expressed in

to

the Lordship of Christ over the whole life

Hampden-Sydney.

The purpose of

and evangelism; and especially

witness in our colleges and universities for

finally

motto, "Pro Christ per Ec-

its

to

Ijecome more Christ-centered."

clesiam." The purpose elaborated becomes

During multiple:

"To provide an opportunity

this past

year the combined Can-

for

terbury Club of the two colleges has

at-

students to receive the teachings of Christ

through the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church; to send out into the total of the colleges, students

time part in the

which the club ally to

its

own

life

who

Ruffin,

will play a full-

of the institutions in

exists; to question continu-

life

and examine

provide for expression of

First row:

its

its

Brierley,

program;

aims through

M. Anderson, M. Lucas. M.

Srcnndn.w: B.Mann,

life

tempted

to

fulfill

finely integrated

its

purpose through a

program

of worship, fel-

lowship service, study, and recreation. The

monthly suppers held have created a

in the

parish house

spirit of friendship

and

fel-

lowship which have been an incentive to ac-

complish ])igger and

Nichols. Abernathy, Soghoian. JaclvM.n,

Hanson, Klohr, Friend, L.Hart, Ellerson, Saundei-,

"\I.

Kmk.

])etter things.

Cowles, Billet

Herre, Gillchrest, Duarle. Louhnff


Newman Club In September Father Fenton all

members

of the

welcomed

Newman Club

informal party held in the anteroom of Theresa's Catholic Church. to

We

studies taken

with an St.

were happy

observe an increase in the membership

of the

Newman

Club.

from the

New

Testament, and

a "question box" discussion.

We,

the

New-

man

Club, are very grateful to Father Fen-

ton,

who has been

the inspiring leader of

the club throughout the year.

Arleen Rose was

Every member of the

Newman

Club ex-

elected president; Dolores Winder, secre-

presses sincere appreciation for the deep tary-treasurer. Other

members

of the Club

understanding and cordial interest which

were Michelle Bodo, Berta Duarte, Barbara Felthaus, Joan Lee Funai,

Celina

Father Fenton revealed to us during our

Ann Lee Gay,

discussions.

Leon-Gomez, Betty Jean Jenkins,

Katharine Kreibel, Kathy O'Leary,

As

Christian habits

Mary

direction is

towards

good

extended and deepened

Robertson, Jane Ruppert, Betty Spencer,

by the study of certain lessons, there

and June Strother.

doubt that these lessons will be abundantly

The meetings were held each Friday 7 P.M. Girls of

all

fruitful in good, both for the individual

at

denominations were

cordially invited to attend.

Strotlier,

Felthaus

Third row: Kreibel, B. Spencer, O'Leary

88

and

some of

Newman Club

signifies

on our college campus.

row: Winder, Rose

Second row: Robertson,

no

for the general welfare. Tliese are the things which the

Each meeting

consisted of an informal business session.

First

is


Kneeling: A. Coleman, Fergusun, M. Carter. P. Walton, M. Deane, M. Beavers, Hudnall

Second row: Miss Ayres, L. Nelson, E. Webb, Spain, Haines, Ellington, Hutchinson, Moschler, Fitzgerald J. Morris, Northern, L. Brooking, Forward, R. Miller, Hillsman,

Third row: L. Marshall, Terrell, P. Jones,

Cr^

Wesley Foundation The year began with

a fall retreat,

for

Wesley Foundation

where council members

met for a week-end of fun, fellowship, and planning.

was the

Making

first

the

freshmen

feel at

home

and Regional Conferences. The annual

Farmville Methodist Church.

The

officers for

president, Jo

task of the council.

This year the choir, under the direction

stu-

dent banquet was held in the spring at the

1954-55 are as follows:

Anne Dyer;

vice-presidents,

Loretta Brooking and Frances Northern; sec-

of Dottie Morris, has been very active. In

retary,

addition to singing in the Farmville Meth-

Beavers; and town representative, Bobbie

odist Church,

grams

in

Hour,

a

it

has participated in pro-

various other places. The Coffee

new and

successful activity, has

Jo Hillsman; treasurer, Margaret

Scott Williams.

The Wesley Foundation would express

its

like

been added. At these meetings student and

ciation for fine

work

members have informal conversa-

Malinda Ayres;

to the minister of the

faculty tions

on various topics. Interest has been

further stimulated through

Sunday

school,

evening meetings, weekly council meetings,

monthly

socials,

and the very popular State

ville

to

sincere thanks and deep appreto its director.

Miss

Farm-

Methodist Church, the Rev. C. 0. Kidd:

to the

Wesley Foundation Sunday school

teacher, Mrs. Foster

Gresham; and

to

faculty adviser, "Charlie-Hop" French.

our


Meadows

First row: Lloyd, Mohler. C. King. Flynn. A. Miller, Bane, A. Hart. S. C....ley.

Second row: Karicofe. R. Gear, Wheeler, Buchanan, Tilsun. Rosenkrans, Third row E. Wilson, Harman, B. Williams, Devine

J.

Adams,

C. Hepler, Stanley, Jennings

:

Westminister Foundation This year has been most successful for

our Westminister Fellowship. rived at school in the

fall,

When we

we were

by our ever-faithful student

ar-

greeted

director,

Arrowood; the Rev. James R. Kennedy,

Kay

Among

our pleasant activities are our suppers

liack-to-school

party,

Kay's, monthly

supper meetings, the Christ-

mas

taffy

pull,

waffle

at

and our weekly Sunday

pas-

night get-togethers.

Church;

tor of the Farmville Presbyterian

One

of our largest projects of the year

and the Rev. W. B. Rodgers of the Hamphas been service to our outpost Sunday

den-Sydney Church.

Our calendar

for the year

included a

series of

movies on marriage, with discus-

sions led

by Kay Arrowood and Dr. Charles

McRae

of

Hampden-Sydney, addresses

school at

Oak Grove each Sunday morning.

The year has been one

of inspiration, fel-

lowship, and fun for the Presbyterian stu-

l)y

dents of

Longwood and Hampden-Sydney

Dr. Joseph B. Clower of Hampden-Sydney, colleges because of the leadership of

Roger

Dr. C. H. Pritchard of Atlanta, and the Rev.

M.

C. Mclver, Director of

Life of the Church.

Synod Retreat

in

Some

Roslyn

Campus

Christian

of us attended the in

March,

also.

Elliot

and Carolyn Stanley, co-presidents;

Dick Newkirk, vice-president; Liz Wilson, secretary; and Bruce Robertson, treasurer.


Left to right: Billups, Nichols, Heflin. Faison

Second row: V. Marshall, White, Strothcr, O'Leary, Rountree, Barefoot, Garrison, VÂŤlal,

Slii

Fres hman Co m m iss io The Freshman Commission of

1958 was

of the class

installed early last fall at a

active part in the

on

very impressive service held in the John's

Memorial Episcopal Church. in

numer-

In addition to

ous activities throughout the year. Refresh-

members

work and projects carried

"\." its

man Commission

The Commission participated

of the

regular work, the Fresh-

held a cabin party for the

Commission

at

Longwood

Estate.

ment booths, where nabs and cokes were sold,

in the

The members of

the Conuuission are the

were managed by the Commission durfollowing: Suzanne Faison,

who was

chair-

ing intermission at the Junior and Senior

dances.

A

man

of

the

Conuuission.

Patti

Billups.

juke-box dance was also held for Violet Marshall. Libby White. Anita Heflin.

the entertainment of visiting high-school students.

At Christmas time the Commission

decorated the Christmas tree in the Rotunda,

and

after the

green, the

traditional hanging

of the

Freshman Commission assembled

around the lighted

Kathy O'Leary, Jeanne Vestal, Ann Rountree,

mission, as part of the Y.

W.

The Com-

C. A., took an

Stinson,

Linda

Garrison.

Barefoot.

The Freshman Commission

tree to lead the rest of

the school in Christmas carols.

Jeannette

Marodith Nichols, June Strother, and Betsy

to

welcome

new

will be eager

the class of '59 and to help the

girls adjust at

Longwood.


BACK STAGE

Longwood Players the direc-

the Barter Theatre's "Macbeth,"

and we

have completed

combined with other organizations

in offer-

The Longwood Players, under tion of Dr. C. L. S. Earley,

successful

another

year

theatre to the campus.

with

We opened the season

presentation

the

"Blithe Spirit," with

ing a series of outstanding foreign films

hringing the

of

of

throughout the year.

By

Noel Coward's

Nancy

taking Chekhov's one-act play "The

Boor" on tour

Masters, Flor-

to

many

of the high schools

ence Blake, Dorothy Rector,

and James

in Virginia, the

Players cooperated with the

Parker taking the leading

The second

administration

in

roles.

which as

is

customary, comhined the talents

of the Players and the

college

is to

promote

interest

president;

activity

we sponsored

a trip to

New York

an

tions.

Our

eiforts also included

Nancy Masters,

nical director.

at

Gaynelle vice-

secretary; Pat

With the help of many

dents and faculty members,

Thanksgiving so that the students might have opportunity to see professional

the

Jones, treasurer; and Dorothy Rector, tech-

in the theatre. In order to achieve this pur-

pose,

officers:

Edwards, president; James Parker,

of the primary oljjectives of this or-

ganization

increase

life.

under the guidance of our

and

to

This year, as usual, we worked happily

Hampden-Sydney

Jongleurs.

One

trying

recognition in the state of one phase of our

major production was "Dark of the Moon,"

tained our goal

produc-

sponsoring

—

to

stuat-

bring the theatre into

the hearts of the student body.

92

we have


:he

longwood players


S. Wendenliui}:. Kain.-. (Jiuirles, Railfy, A. Colt-man, Elliiigli.n

Granddaughters' Club The Granddaughters Club began year

in the fall

when

twenty-six

a

new

also helped the alunniae office in sending

new mem-

out

alumnae

letters

bers were initiated. During the initiation the

March we dressed

members were informed

tesses for

as to the purpose

of the organization of the club: to bring to-

gether all present students

who

who may

year. In the fall

enjoyed

and

spirit

came with them and has

been here since.

we had our

Miss Wall, our faithful advisor, kept us initiation party,

going with

which we chatted about our mothers and

Longwood.

their stay at

ant weiner roast at

around the

We

We also had a pleas-

Longwood

fire

favorite songs.

Our annual Circus brought

and purple

colors.

her pep, energy, and interest.

officers:

president;

happy year

Mary

Alice

to

our

Ellington,

Frances Raine, vice-president;

and Dale Brothers, secretary-treasurer. We, the "granddaughters," are

all of us together to decorate our booth in

traditional greeti

all

also say thanks for a

efficient

Estate and sat

until after dark, singing our

its

We

re-

taken

future students of Longwood.

We do many interesting things during the at

show those

showing them the Longwood

be-

In

and acted as hos-

to

many changes which have

friendliness that

come

magazines.

place since they were here.

ters or granddaughters of alumnae of the

college and to interest girls

in white

Founders Day

turning, the

are daugh-

and

We

part of

94

Longwood

College.

proud

to

be a


Choir The Longwood College Choir under direction of our leader, Dr. John

mony

the

W. Molnar,

presented a varied and inspiring program

annual

Christmas

Hampden-Sydney Glee Club were preceded to Boydtoii,

soloists,

Dottie Morris, and Joyce

who

ac-

companied the Longwood Choir. In

by three off-campus concerts. During De-

cember we traveled

were proud of our

Clingenpeel, and of Sally Wilson,

with

concerts

We

Mary Ami Wright,

of music to the college and community.

Our

of the Carols" arranged by Benjamin

Britten.

March, on Founder's Day, we were

privileged to sing for our guests in

Emporia, Hall. Included in our

program

^vas

Jarman Brahm's

and Tappahannock and presented our Christ-

mas program under

Roy

"Liebeslieder Waltzes." the direction of

Mr.

Our

Jesson.

Dr. John

W. Mohiar conducted

Hampden-Sydney were included

the an-

officers for the

dent;

Colleges.

As customary,

cer, secretaries

;

and Mary Ellen Hawthorne,

treasurer.

from Handel's "Messiah"

in the

vice-presi-

Ann White Thomas and Karen Spen-

Longwood and

We

program. The Long-

wood College Choir presented "The

year were Dottie Mor-

Wilma Salmon,

president;

at

nual Christmas concerts

several selections

ris,

are grateful to Miss Virgilia Bugg,

our sponsor, for her interest

Cere-

in

our

activities.

First row: Acree, P. A. Powell, V. Cowles, Rickman, Jennings, Hayden, Salmon, Epps, Wallace, Hawthorne, Staples, A. Hart Second row: C. King, Peach, Hawkes, G. Edwards, M. Wright, P. Powell, V. Marshall, S. Henderson Third row: G. Branch, A. W. Thomas, Clark, Savedge, E. WeUs, A. Powell, Atwood, M. Cowles, Spencer, N. Webb Fourth row: McAden, F. Williams, C. Carson, Wolfe. E. Wilson, D. Morris. Barr, H. Hart, Hunt

Fifth row

Sixth row

:

:

Jeter, Gailey,

Spurgeon

N. Jones, F. King, F. Bailey

95


Cotillion The

Club couples entered the gym, which was beauti-

Cotillion Club has enjoyed a most

successful year. At the beginning of the fall

fully

semester 40 upper-classmen were invited to

Spivak provided the

join us.

For a week these

girls

proudly wore

our traditional green and yellow ribbons

around

The

Charlie

of

make

the

evening perfect, and the dance one to be

re-

final

touch to

our lovely figure leader, led the members

new

"goats" were joined by

spring "goats"

music

membered always. Nancy Tanley Masters,

their ankles. fall

The

decorated.

and

their dates

around the

floor in

an im-

March, freshmen and

in

pressive figure. After the dance there transfer students.

still

Day" found

was

The dawning of "Goat

the "goats" running to

and

much fun

in store at the after-dance

fro,

party, which

made

the

weekend complete.

doing errands, and carrying out small tasks

The expected of them.

The

tired

Cotillion

Club progressed

this

year

but happy

under the capable leadership of Beth Kent, "goats" finished their day of initiation by president; Joyce Quick, business manager;

appearing

at

final task the

"goat court" that night. As a

"goats" decorated the

gym

Martha Carolyn

the spring dance.

The big day

2.

That night happy

Fizer,

secretary

-

treasurer;

Stanley,

dance

chairman.

Dr.

Robert Brumfield was our valued and help-

of the annual Cotillion Club

Dance came April

Donaldson,

for

ful advisor.

Worthington,

Jenk

96

J.

Bailey,

M. Hundley,

B.

Mitchell, B. Davis


Stanley, Donaldson, Masters, Kent,

Quick

97


Vaden, White. Masters. Waitman. M. A. Ward.

S.

Ward. Osbuurne. Baile

Chi A

group of

bolistic skull

girls clad

in white, a syni-

In

and crosshones on the laundry

walk, a banner hanging on the or a chant late at night

—

all

the

members

spring

to

it

is

customary for the

reveal their identity as they

atliletic field

bonfire

circle

a

whose

spirit

commending

those

girls

are evidences

and loyalty

to the college are

of Chi, an organization whose purpose refelt

mains known only organization

who

to its

members, but an

1900,

(>hi

has undertaken

many

This year we were revealed as

Mary Anne Ward,

activities

for the betterment of our college campus.

all.

Dot Vaden. Jackie White, Nancy Masters,

plays a vital part in the

development of Longwood College. Founded in

by

Shirley Ward, Shirley

Osbourne, Jane Bailey, and Helen Wait-

It

man. has given the corner stones to Edith Stevens

Our thanks and appreciation

as always

Hall and Jarman Hall and has been responsible for the landscaping of the dell at

wood

go to Charlie

Long-

terest

Estate.

98

Hop

and support.

for his never-failing in-


Sn\der. M. A. Ward, Waitman, Lohr

The

w

A t hie tics


First row: M. A. \\ ard. W ailrnan. Mit.hell. Lohr. Snvder Second row: J. Ward, A. Owen. M. Davis, S. Wendenburg, Hartii Third row: Winder, P. Hamner, Quarles, J. Dyer, F. Evans Fourth row: Gray, Kuhn

Athletic Associatio n Athletics are a major part of Loiigwood,

and every student

is

a

member

Association Council, which

letic

posed of four major

colors displayed on the cup during the fol-

lowing year. The A. A. also sponsors two

of the Ath-

officers, the

com-

other important events during the college

managers

year: the song contest and the "Color Rush."

is

of the various sports, and Miss Olive T. Her,

In the song contest each class presents an

our indispensable advisor. Major

original song. All of the songs are judged,

elected by the student body,

officers

and managers

are chosen by the officers and advisor. coimcil sports

members work program

to

are

and a prize

The

which the

interest of

every student.

The Athletic Association sponsors one the college's

year

—

the

of

many

winning of the Color Cup. Sister

to

is

the

annual event

in

runners from each class

compete

to

campus

buildings.

put their colors on the various

ings than did

This year Green and

Red and White.

Longwood's varsity hockey team's record

events as possible, and the classes

winning the most are allowed

fastest

White displayed more banners on the build-

most important events each

classes support each other in trying to win

as

presented for the best. This

"Color Rush"

together to set up a

advance the

is

year the prize went to the Senior Class.

of successive victories

have their

loss to

100

Westhampton

was broken by a 4-1

in the second

game

of


The team's able captain and

the season.

manager were Helen Waitman and Carolyn Gray

respectively.

the State

The team participated

in

Hockey Tournament, which was

held at Westhampton College.

Managed by Louise Wilder,

the varsity

basketball team also had a successful season.

M. A. Ward was captain

of the varsity

basketball team. After varsity games, clats

games were held

tennis

and

softball Hartis,

spring.

Each year

some

hockey, basketball, and

Archery,

volleyball.

came with

in

M. A. War.l. Wailman. Burge^s

the Athletic Association gives

of the most outstanding individuals

on a point system consisting of spoi'tmanship, variety of participation,

awards of the

college.

Blue

ship.

blazers are

year

awarded

at the

to those seniors

beginning of the

who have been

out-

standing in athletics. The awards are based

ATHLETIC FIELD

and scholar-

and white This

awarded

to

year the white

blazers

were

Helen Waitman, Mary Ann

Ward, and Hilda

Hartis. Virginia Burgess

received a blue blazer.


M. A. Ward. Snyder, Wnlfe

-ry A rcher

Te n n is Hocki 'y

First row:

Hamner, Wilder, Willard, Gray, Hartmaiin, Uavis, M. A. Ward. Waitman,

Second row: Brockenborough,

Hartis, Snyder,

Iler

Third row: Grymes, Fuller, Kuhn, Blankensliip. Garrisun. Owen. Felthau-. Su.tt. E\ans, Benedict

Rowe, Hines.

Lolir,

Thv


Left to right: Richardson, B. A. Scott, Carson, Wolfe, Wilder, Lohr Brothers, Hartis, Kuhn Iler, Burgess, Broclienborough, Maxey,

M. A. Ward, Snyder, Whitehead. Waitman, Hamner.

Crocker, Ch.iinlici^, Julcr,

Basketball

Horseback

Stvimming Miss Weddle, Winder, Owen, Quarles.

\..

Hamni-r. Lohr. Sn>dcr

Cecil

Dowdy


Monogram Club The Monogram Club's main purpose

is

sign

to

stimulate interest in sports and to recognize athletic ability, scholarship, sliip.

"^

e

select

as

for

its

use on the weekends.

stallation services

and sportman-

members

up

were held there

Our

in-

in

the

spring.

Our

juniors and

officers

for the

year were Hilda

seniors ^vho are most outstanding in fur-

Hartis, president; Dorothy Morris, secre-

thering this purpose.

tary; and

On February 14 we sponsored "Red and White Day" and sold red hearts

to the class

On March 17 we

sponsored

members.

urer.

Betty

Longwood

We

Estate

J.

We

Miss Her, who served

can truthfully say that

high throughout the year.

Waitman, M. A. Ward, Hartis, A. Wendenburg, Parker

Second row: Wilder, Hamner. Lohr, Owen, Burgess Third row: Hines, Thwing, Miss Her, Davis, Snyder, Gray Fourth row: Raymond,

feel grateful to

our Motto "Sportmanship Always" w^as held

was under

our supervision, and we had organizations

First row, left to right:

Scarborough, Lucy Thwing, Helen

as our advisor.

Longwood.

at

The old members include Virginia

Waitman, Joan Ward, and Mary Ann Ward.

shamrocks. This tradition helps to promote

The cabin

Carter Wendenburg, treas-

Burgess, Becky Hines, Barbara Mitchell,

"Green and White Day" and sold green

class spirit at

Ann

Ward

104


H^O Club This year the H:.0 Cluli fulfilled

pur-

its

pose of promoting interest in swimming. In

Hamner was

the fall Patsy

elected to head

our annual Christmas swimming pageant.

The theme "Christmas Around was developed by

visits to

the

many

World"

lands, in-

cluding Mexico, Hawaii, China, Holland,

and America. As usual the formation of an

HmO

with lighted candles was performed by

the club

members. The success of the pag-

eant was

due

to

the

ceaseless

work

of

Delores Winder, props manager; Jane Lohr,

costume manager; and guidance

of

our

to the inspiration

faculty

advisors,

and

Miss

which emphasized synchronized swimming.

The

Brockenborough and Miss Weddle. Also the club would like to connnend the non-members

who worked on

the pageant.

bers presented a spring

year were Joan Ward,

Morris,

secretary;

and

Each memlier helped with recreational

in-

mem-

swimming pageant

Fir^t row Snyder, Morris, Russell, Kulin Second row: Quarle=. Wilder. Owen. Har

Dottie

Patsy Hamner, treasurer.

This year synchronized swimming was

troduced by our club. The H:.0 Club

officers for the

president;

swimming, thus carrying out the Club

:

Hart!?. Miss

Wedd

,

the purpose of

— "To promote swimming." Miss Brockenborough


DeAlba, Hines, Hundley. Kent. Civles.

Tliwin^r. Mii.i,.

Orchesis The annual Dance Carolina came Orchesis, the

first

needed explanation of the similarities and differences between the two forms of dance.

Festival

in

modern dance organization,

with a large group of to the

North

on the calendar for

Woman's

members journeying

College to present "The

Search." This was a group work depicting

man's restlessness self

and

in his search to find

to find his

place

among

him-

his fellow-

men. Irving Mopper's "Sonatina" formed

It

was

interesting to watch

movement un-

fold or develop into classical

ern

Itallet

or

In the spring

Search"

I)allet,

along

Oriental," and

we once again gave "The "Corny

"Ballard,"

with

"The Schoeberg Studies."

We wish to thank Mrs. Emily K.

Landrum

for her guidance, encouragement,

the musical basis.

On Founder's Day we

presented "Cram-

mer

in a Nutshell'" or three little

AN

and The." This

joint

Longwood Choir and

the

words "A,

work included

spiration. Ali)a,

mod-

modern dance.

We

thank our

president;

Mary

officers:

and

in-

Joan De-

Cowles, secretary-

the

treasurer; and Flo Soghoian, costume chair-

Dance Club work-

man. Our bulletin-board project was one of most outstanding of the year, and the

ing together to the music of Mozart's "Al-

the

lelulia."

club wishes to thank Patti Parker for her

For an assembly program we combined a lecture-demonstration of ballet

ern dance.

and mod-

The combination gave a much

fine

contribution.

express

We

appreciation

companists.

would also to

like to

our various

ac-


First

row

:

Kent, Croft

Second row: Douglas, Fizer, Beavers Third row: Gillchrest. Wliite. Harvey

The Greeks


Alpha Sigma Alpha In September

we were

all

back talking

over news and memories of the

summer

and ready to start a new year. We were honored to have Miss Evelyn G. Bell, our national president, visit us in the fall. On November 10, we held our Founders' Day Banquet in the Tea Room and had as our guests the Farmville Alum-

Ann, vice-president of AA and Chairman of May Day; Nancy Inge, treasurer of Senior Class; Becky, secretary of the Junior Class

and Ring Master of the A., secretary of the

ure of the Junior Class and

Circus; Patsy treas-

Ann Snyder,

treasure of A. A.

This has been a successful year under the

nae.

Quite a few honors have been bestowed on our sisters this year. Ann Carter, president of AKG, and Jean Carol, president of the "Y" were recognized by "Who's Who." Mary Ann received a Blazer Award. Others who took part in school activities were Mary

AKG

"Y"; Mary Davis,

leadership of our capable officers: Evelyn Hall,

president;

Ann Wendenburg,

president; Joan Williams, secretary;

vice-

Nancy

Inge, treasurer; Loretta Brooking, reporter;

and Patsy Abernathy, chaplain. To Miss Wall, our sponsor, we say, "Thank vou."

In Ale in o r ia m HELEN MARIE WOOD 1934—1954


Top picture: M. A. Ward, E. Carter, Upson, Inge, A. Uonal.ison, Everett, J. Harris, J. Mo Middle picture: Abernathy, Fizer, E. Hall, S. Wendenburg, A. Wendenburg, J. C. Parker Bottom picture: L. Brooking, A. Owen, Morgan, M. Davis, Quarles, K. Nelson, Snyder

109


Foreground

:

M. Lucas, Crocker Do

Seated: Button, Osbourne, M.

alds^on,

Ellinglun. K. Miller

Alpha Sigma Ta u In September

packed up L.

C.

We

we pulled

our things

out our woolens,

and went back

this

to old

AST's were happy with the

thoughts of beginning a

new year

sters

making

and

Martha Donaldson

to

sent a gift of

also adopted a family of four

room and Jackie Marshall

in

as our thoughts turn once again to

home, we look back on a full and happy year. This couldn't have been so without the capable leadership of Martha Donaldson,

our president; Marlene Lucas, vice-presi-

many hours

dent; Billy Miller, secretary; Ellington, treasurer;

enthusiastic plans for redecorating

the chapter room,

We

we

Pine Mountain Settlement

with toys.

Now

and Muriel Boswell, represented the Zeta Tans at the District Conference on Novemspent

at

authentic Santa garb showered the young-

and Mrs. Parrot.

We

downtown

sale

Claus to tliem. The seniors served supper in

our guests were Dr. Lancaster, Miss Bed-

ber 20 at Radford.

the

the chapter

our guest speaker.

of our sisters,

rummage

children here in Farmville and played Santa

Alumnae AssociaOn November 4 we celebrated our annual Founders' Day with a banquet in the Tea Room. Among

Two

to

children.

the Richmond-Petersburg

ford, Miss Nichols,

a

Just before Christmas

money

together.

We began our year by having Mrs. Betty Bibb Ware, alumnae representative from tion, as

we held

the hotel.

beloved advisor.

help along with

T10

Mary

Alice

and Miss Bedford, our


Top picture, standing: Moseley, M. Lucas, N. Harris, M. Harvey, K. Mi Middle picture: Russell, Maas, Osbourne, M. Donaldson, Crocker, Button Bottom picture: F. Brown, J. Marshall, Ellington, Johnson, Nurney, B. Moore

Farle^^. Dnnnellv. Q-Malley,

Ha


Fnregr,.-jml: J. Sr.itt, G.

Edwards

Seated: K. Spencer, Morse

Standing: Salmon,

Barr, Fitts,

Scarbo

Delta Sigma Epsilo n Wilma Salmon, "Shu"

The Delta Sigs returned after the summer months with much enthusiasm and am-

Scarborough, and Audrey Morse. Janie be-

bition.

came our president

Fall rushing gave us eleven wonderful

pledges: Pat Cantrell, Sue Crenshaw, Phyllis

Daniels, Betty Faggert, Betty Barr Gibbs,

Ellen

Hamlet, Nancy McLawhorne, Jean

Earley Parrott,

Carolee

Silcox,

Mildred

Sutherland and Jo York.

We

Our efforts were well rewarded in January when our room took on its new appearance. After Christmas we

the second semester.

We are proud of Gaynelle, who was president of the

Longwood Players; "Shu" who

was president of FBLA; and Karen, who was elected music chairman of

May Day

and whose songs have won the annual song contest for three successive years.

chose as our project for the year, the

complete refurnishing of the chapter room.

added

Betty Barr Gibbs,

had many

to the list of "ball

We

wish

to

thank our

officers

Miss Win-

nie V. Hiner and Mrs. John Wilson, co-

sponsors for their understanding and en-

couragmeent, which has guided us through sisters

and chainers":

another successful year. farewell

Ellen and "Shu" were pinned; Audrey, Liz, and Gay were wearing diamonds on the left hand. Fittsie became Mrs. Maragon; Betty,

efforts

Mrs. Gibbs. Leaving us in February were

forever.

to

Miss

DSE

Hiner,

bids a fond

whose untiring

have strengthened our bonds of

terhood, and

who

sis-

will live in our hearts


Top

picture: Hulvey, lenning.,

Middle picture, seated.

S,

k

Wriglit.

S,,,m,r, HamI, Parr..tt,

^urk.

1.

Bra.l-luu. B.Mver.. Striphn. E.

G..ble.

F Bad.n,

"R ,!-.„>.

M. Sutlu-rUn,!

C. Carson, Morse, Barr, C. Silcox. S. Cr.

Faggert Standing: G. Edwards, Salmon

Bottom picture, sealed:

J.

Scott, Scarborougli. Fitts,

Hansen

Kneeling: P. Cantrell. M. Franklin,

McLawho

sliaw.

P. Daniels, B.


Foreground: B. Davis. McLemore Seated: Thwing, Worthington, Stanley

Kappa

Delta

September found the Kappa Delta's back

and received the Panhellenic scholarship

Longwood

bowl for the fourth consecutive year.

at

full

of excitement over our

newly decorated room, and with start

we resolved

to

make

this

this fresh

year the

Ijest

We

were extremely proud of our

out-

standing sisters! Peggy Worthington served business

manager

of

the

Virginian,

and she and Georgia Jackson were tapped

AKG.

by

Betty Davis, Georgia, and Jeanne

Saunders were presidents of the Senior, Junior, and

Sophomore

classes respectively,

and Joyce Gillchrest was business manager of the line

ROTUNDA. Nancy

Stoneman acted

Sophomore the

and our chapter

roll

whip

as

as co-chairmen of the

CircLis stunt,

and Nancy cracked

animal Irainer

Again the Kappa Delta scholarship

among

Lenz and Caro-

in s

AKG

Circus.

ranked

the sororities on

first in

campus

ardson, Elizabeth

Judy

Elliott,

was made complete

Aim

Jeter, Nancy RichRuckman, Virginia Herre,

with the addition of

ever.

as

February and rushing were soon upon us,

Jean Roadcap, Sarah Hack-

worth, Marodith Nichols,

Shirley Haupt-

man, Jane Ruppert, Jacque Hueter, Sally Tilson, Eliza Buchanan, Jane Cadwalader, Lucia Hart and Carolyn

Once again to the

KD

it

is

Waugaman.

spring.

We

bid farewell

seniors and extend our heartiest

thanks to our alumnae and to our sponsor.

Miss

Florence

Stubljs,

invaluable

to

us

throughout the year. For a successful year

we are indebted Worthington,

to

our leaders:

president;

Marion

Peggy Ruffin,

vice-president; Betty Davis, secretary; and

Fannie

Scott, treasurer.


Top

picture,

first

row: C. Smith. Ruffin

Second row Baldwin, A. Coleman :

Third row: F. Scott, Gillchrest

Middle picture: Saunders, Overton, Kuyk Bottom picture; Stoneman, Jackson, Stanley. Thui

,

MiLemore, Delia

US


First r..ÂŤ

:

Masters, Mitchell

Serond row:

J.

DeAlba,

J.

Bailey. A.

Watkins

Pi Kappa Sigma In the fall

bounding

we returned

spirits.

quired a "Mrs."

Ann Watkins

a

to

Longwood with

Beverly Taylor had acin front of

name and

her

diamond on her

finger.

eagerly plunged into fall rushing.

We

We wel-

comed with pride Joan Darnell and Frances

Our Founders' Day, November

Big Wheels? Well,

for

17, 1954,

Nancy Tanley MasOmega. Jane appeared in "Who's Who."

president of Alpha Psi

Nancy

also

T. Masters reigned as

circus festivities. Joan

our traditional breakfast.

We

vice-president of the

University of Illinois on

which was reported

to us at

its

founding

In the spring

happy

to

we were ever

receive into

Billups, Caroline Oakey,

proud and

George Ann Rey-

nolds, Bobbie Jo Rogers, Janet Lloyd, Jean-

Nan Brimmer, Carolyn Ward, Ann DeAlba,

ette Stinson,

Alice Burnette, Betty Forbes,

Frances Bays and Louise Turner

so

membership Patty

decorations and the delightful music.

Christmas was an exciting time for Pi

as

"Y."

great success because of pretty Christmas

Kaps.

Queen over

DeAlba served

our breakfast.

December brought cold weather and Senior Dance. The intermission party was a

AKG

dent Government, and ters,

Tea

wish to congratulate the Alpha Psi Chapter

would say!

I

claims Jane Bailey, vice-president of Stu-

in the

found us up bright and early

at the

diamond.

Bailey

Bays.

Room

were married and Joan DeAlba acquired a

Emily Adkinson, Shirley Alcock, Violet Marshall and Elizabeth Blackman.


Top

picture: Turner, Masters, Dryden, A. Watkins,

J.

DeAlba

Middle picture: Lohr, B. Mitchell, Croft, B. P. Rogers, J. Bailey Bottom picture: Bays, Branch, Darnell, L. Kesterson, Fuller

117


Furigrcund:

KaU

Seated: M. Hundley, N. Nelson. Manlu

Sigma Sigma Sigma In September a group of

met

chapter

in the

room

Joyner, and Gerry Luck

unpack

fraternity pins. Connie Coiner decided to

l^ooks

and furniture stored for the summer and

make little

plans for the coming year.

We were

saddened by the absence of our

who graduated proud

or didn't return, but

have our thirteen new

a

sisters

we were

leave us in February to get married;

were sorry

to give her up.

we

Spring rushing

brought into our chapter new members: Sue Taylor,

Ann

Brierley,

Margie Lucas, Suz-

Pearson

Grymes,

Carol

sisters that

anne

wasn't long

Stroupe, Frances Patton, Betty Jean Spru-

we had fall rushing and we eagerly new sister, Nancy Deaton.

han, Marjorie Crismond, Anita Heflin, Sue

to

joined us in the spring of '54.

before

when they received

happy Signias

to

It

greeted our

Not only was there sparkle

in

our eyes

as the year progressed, but also Jane Blake

and Shirley Garst added sparkle

We were proud

to their

Faison,

Amory, and Frances Harmon. Another successful year came to an end. We thank Miss Trent, who faithfully guided us, and our officers: Nancy Nelson, presi-

Nancy Nelson when she made "Who's Who," of Jane and Beth Kent when they were tapped by AKG,

dent; June Manlove, vice-president;

Mary

secretary;

Dale

and of June Manlove, Joan Jones, Martha

Joyce Clingenpeel, treasurer.

left

hands.

of

Hundley, recording Brothers,

corresponding

secretary,

and


Top

picture: Adkins,

I

Middle picture: M. A. Bottom picture: Manlo

lard, E.

Thomas, M. Joyner, J. Blake, Jenkins, N. Nelson, E. M. Webb

S.

Garn

well, Kent,

Roller, Luck, Coiner, Brothers, E. Dyer,

M. Hundley

119


FurLKl.iUiul

U Uucn. IVi-mgcr,

P.

King

Seated: N. Picinich, Dize, Sanders

Standing: A. Powell, Raymond, Hartis, Burgess,

J.

White

Up s Hon

Theta Sigma September found us reminiscing over our Virginia Beach party and other tivities,

and ready

to

ginia

ac-

begin another pleasant

year together. During thrilled to

summer

fall

rushing we were

Hazel Hanks, Glenna Kesterson, Roberta King, Jean Mann, et!,

Picinich

Mary Mayo, Peggy Pack-

Betty Jean Persinger,

Gene

Phillips,

Sue

Raymond, and Barbara Tyer. This has been a very happy and busy She was

Who's

Who

in

recognized

by

American Universities and

Colleges and Alpha zie" and Virginia

Kappa Gamma. "Buz-

Anne were awarded

blaz-

Athletic

Association.

Nan

in De-

diamonds.

We

had

a

good year under the capable

leadership of our officers: Ellen Brent Dize, president;

Nan

Picnich,

Anna Mae Saunders,

vice-president;

secretary;

Audrey

Powell, treasurer; Jackie White, pan-hellenic representative;

man,

and Suzanne

Prilla-

editor.

During Mrs. SchlegeFs absence, we were

year for us. Jackie served as president of

House Council.

the

became Mrs. Pete Jordan

cember, and Audrey and Roberta received

welcome Nancy Anderson, Vir-

Anne Burgess, Edna Faye Edwards,

by

zers

pleased to have our to

own Miss Weddle back

serve as our sponsor.

Weddle

We

thank Miss

for her encouragement and guid-

ance throughout the year.


Mann, Pa,kelt. G. Phillips picture: PrilUman, Hanks, A. Puwell, Persinger, Dizc, J. Sanders, B.Owen, F. Edwards, B. Tye Middle picture; Raymond, Sylvester, P. Brown, R. King, A. Harris H. Anderson, N. White, Bottom picture, first row: J.

Top

Second row: Wright, Mayo, Winder, Burgess Third row Crockett, G. Kesterson :


Foreground: D. Morris, Warner, Hunt

Seated: Staples, Quick,

S.

Ward, Douglas, Devine

Tau Alpha

Xeta

Our

Longwood Zetas returned in the fall with wonderful summer fun that began with the beach party. Joyce Quick, our new

nini

president, could hardly wait to

Bittinger and Mr.

stories of

the Zeta convention

in

tell

We

Florida.

comed Mrs. Adele Watkins, our and began play.

Our

a

new year other

of Zeta

wel-

advisor,

work and

were:

officers

us of

Phoebe

Warner, vice-president; Betty Jane Staples, secretary; urer. tors!

How

and Ann Weatherholtz,

Smith was our

ones: Mr. and Mrs.

and Mrs. Merritt. Helen

fall pledge.

The Zetas had a wonderful Senior dance weekend with breakfast on Sunday morning at the cabin.

Diane Acree was elected hon-

orary Senior class member. Zeta entertained

each sorority on campus with a dessert.

These

affairs

and coke

parties, intermission

edi-

parties,

Donnie Devine was editor of the Vir-

Ward,

new

joined by four

treas-

proud we were of our two

ginian, and Shirley

sponsors. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Simo-

and Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Moss, were

editor of the

made

a cabin

the year a

party,

and our banquet

happy one

for Zeta.

Rotunda. The chapter beamed with pride

The year is never complete without welcoming new pledges in the spring: Pat Ca-

when

hill Diebler,

Donnie

"Who's Who."

received

recognition

in

Catherine Meeks, Shirley Mc-

Neal, Berle Stephenson, and Ruth Zich.


Top

picture:

P.

Middle picture,

Warner, Mays, Douglas, D. Morris, Leonard A. Thomas, Weatlierlioltz, Armstrong, Acree, Felton, Devine, A. Brookii

left:

Riglit: L, Smith, Cecil, Felthaus, B. Richardson, C. Clark

Bottom picture,

first

row: Kemp, Obcnchain,

Second row: Gravely, Raine,

J.

Morris

J.

Hunt, Staples,

S.

Ward


THE SENIOR BUILDING

124


FEATURES

for they

embody

those qualities which

are noble, beautiful, and highest.


Martha Jane Bailey

Who's A 7710 ng

Mary Ruffin Cowles

126

St n de nts

in

America n


DoNNETTA Elizabeth Devine

Who Universities

and

Colleges

Evelyn Eloise Macon


Nancy Nelson

Who's A mo ng

St u de nts

Jean Carol Parker

/

in

A m e r ica n


Dorothy Christine Vaden

Who Universities

and

Colleges

f

^-^^

j*«#»

Helen Marie Waitman

„s»-!^

\ 129


Ann Carter Wendenburg

Who's Among

Students

in

American

Jacquelyn Turner White

130

Universities

Who

and

Colleges


Masters,

S.

Ward

Senior Personalities


First

row

:

Second row

Strother. P. Parker :

Masters, Fizer. Marshall

Circus No

This year as the curtain went up on another annual Circus, full of

we found

fun and frolic for

the Big

Top

plete without the Circus Court.

Sponsored

all.

Jackie Marshall,

orary leadership fraternity, this year's pro-

was

titled

Nancy Nelson served of the entire their

own

Strother

as general

chairman.

It

classes.

chairman

was under

float

The

respective

Circus.

float

went

The

skits

were judged on participa-

tion. First place

and presenta-

winner was the Senior Class

skit.

for

are judged and this year the

honor of having the best

crowd was great as

tion, originality, suitability,

Parade by entering a decorated

depicting some scene from their

the

Becky announced the winners for the 1954

produced and presented.

floats

their

Ring Master was Becky Fizer and

The tension of

their

In the afternoon, each class participates in the Circus

Parker and June

Animal Trainer, Nancy Lenz.

class elected

direction that the individual skits were written,

Patti

representing

"Sawdust Shavings."

production. Each

skit

Reigning

Queen was Nancy Tanley Masters with

as

by Alpha Kappa Gamma, the national hon-

duction

Longwood would be com-

Circus at

its

skit,

"Old English Tavern"; and

second place, the Junior Class for

to the

"Realm

Junior Class.

132

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Top

to

Bottom:

Senior Class Skit Junior Class Skit Sophomore Class Skit Freshman Class Skit


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138



Senior Statistics ANDERSON. JEAN RUTH: ment

1. 2. 3.

Y.W.C.A.

4:

Student Govern4; A.A. 1. 2, 3.

1. 2. 3.

Childhood Education

4: Association

4.

3,

BODKIN, PATRICIA: Student Government 1. 2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; A,A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Longwood Library League 1, 2, 3, 4.

Club 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3, 4: 4; Cotillion Club 3, 4; Horseback Riding 4; Orchesis 3; Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 3, 4; Transferred from Mary Washington Virginia

Longwood Players

College.

ARMSTRONG. DOROTHY VERNON:

Student

Government 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4: A.A. 2. 3. 4: Colonnade 2. 3, 4: Rotunda 2. 3; Beorc Eh Thorn 3. 4: French Club 2. 3. 4: Richmond Club 2. 3. 4: Westminster Fellowship 2. 3. 4; Longvsood Players 3, 4: Cotillion Club 2. 3. 4: Zeta

Tau

Sorority 2.

.\lpha

from Richmond Professional

4.

3,

Transferred

Institute.

BRADSHAW, SYLVIA PAIGE: ernment

1,

3,

4:

1,

2,

.3,

Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4: Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, 3,

4:

BURGESS, VIRGINIA ANN:

MARTHA JANE:

BAILEY. 2

1

4:

3, 4:

Y.W.C.A.

1.

Kappa Gamma Club

1, 2. 3,

3,

Vice-President

A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Alpha 4: French Club 1, 2. 3; Cotillion

2. 3. 4:

3.

4: Pi

Kappa Sigma

President 4; Who's

4:

Student Government

Class Representative

Who

Sorority

1. 2, 3.

4. Chi.

Student Gov-

4: Y.W.C.A. I. 2, 3, 4; A.A. .\ssociation of Childhood Education

2,

ment

1, 2, 3, 4:

Y.W.C.A.

Student GovernA.A. 1, 2,

1, 2, 3, 4:

Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Southwest Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club 4: Blazer Award 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4: Theta Sigma Upsilon Soror3,

4:

ity 4.

BARR, BETTY CYNTHIA:

Student G.nernment 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Rotunda 1, 2: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2. 3, 4: Granddaughters Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Choir 1, 2. 3, 4: Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority.

BUTTON, MARY ROGERS

Student Government 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau :

1, 2,

Sorority

1, 2, 3, 4.

CONLEY, JOAN MARIE:

Student Governmen 1, 2, 3, 4: Y,W.C,A, 1, 2, 3, 4; A,A, \, 2, 3, 4 House Council 3, 4, Senior House President 4 Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Eastern Shore Club 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Volleyball 2: Honors in Math,

MARY RUFFIN:

COWLES.

Student

1,

4:

Gamma Mu

4,

CROCKER, NELL ELIZABETH:

Student GovA.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3: Kappa Delta Pi, 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 2, 3: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3: Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3; Cotillion Club L 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cheer-

ernment

3:

1. 2,

Y.W.C.A.

1,

2, 3:

A.A. Council 3: House Council

EDNA TRADER: Student Government 4; Y.W.C.A, 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A, 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Northern Neck Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4,

CAIN,

BLAKE, FLORENCE RABON:

Student Govern-

ment 1. 2. 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Colonnade 3, 4. Art Editor 4 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Secretary 4: Beorc Eh Thorn 4; Kappa Delta :

:

Pi

3. 4;

Pi Delta Epsilon

3. 4;

America 3. 4: French Club dent 4; Canterbury Club 1. 2, Players 1, 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.

of

Circus kept us busy

1, 2, 3,

Govern-

2, 3, 4: Y.W,C,A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, Colonnade 2, 3, 4, Review Editor 3, 4: Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Longwood Library League 2, 3, 4, President 3: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Longwood Players 4: Choir 1, 2. 3, 4: Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; Who's Who 4; Pi

ment

3,

1, 2. 3,

Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority

leader 3:

2,

3,

Future Teachers 1.

3.

2. 3. 4. Presi-

4:

1, 2. 3,

Longwood 4; Sigma

CECIL SARA MONROE: Student Government

CURLING, BARBARA MOORE:

4: Y,W.C.A. 3, 4: A, A. 3, 4; Rotunda 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Spanish Club 3; Southwest

ernment

3,

1,

2,

3,

1,

4:

2,

3,

4:

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Student Gov3, 4; A,A,

2,

Future Teachers of America

3,

4,


Librarian 4; French Club 1. 2; Longwo.id Library League 2, 3, <t, Treasurer 3, President 4; Richmond Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baplist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4.

DAICER, RICHARD HARDING: Men's

Stu

dent Government 1, 2, 3; Student Standards 2: Future Teachers of America 2, 3; Commercia' Club 1, 2, 3: Northern Neck Club 1, 2. 3: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; Longwood Players 3.

BETTY JOAN:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class President; Student Standards 4; Future Teachers of Ameri-

DAVIS,

ca 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Apple Blossom Representative 4; Kappa Delta Sorority

1, 2, 3, 4,

Secretary

Pi Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Richmond Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir I; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Zela Tau Alpha Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Who's Who 4.

ment

1, 2, 3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

1, 2, 3,

4; A.A.

1, 2, 3,

Student Government Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Northern Neck Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Theta Sigma Upsilon Sororitv 1. 2, 3, 4, Secre1, 2,

tary 3, President 4.

DONALDSON, MARTHA JEAN: ernment

1,

2,

4;

1,

3,

2,

3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Student Gov4; A.A.

3, 4; Rotunda Staff 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 4: Alpha Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Future America 3, 4; Commercial Club

Teachers of 2,

3,

4;

Home Economics Club

4;

1:

Southwest

DOUGLAS. DOROTHY ANITA:

4;

Y.W.C.A. 1,

Student Government

1, 2, 3, 4,

Secretary 3; Vice-

2, 3, 4;

Student Standards

4; Future Teachers of America 4; Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchesis 3, 4, President 4; Pi Kappa Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Animal Trainer 2; May 1,

Club 2,

Court

3, 4.

DEVINE,

DONNETTA ELIZABETH:

Student

Government 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Commission 1; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Standards 4; Rotunda 1; Virginian 1, 2, 3, Photography Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: 4, Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4;

while

we made new

Student Government 1. 2, A.A. 2. .3, 4; Council 4; 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foun-

4:

.3,

ernment

1,

2,

3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Student Gov3. 4; A.A.

2,

President of Sophomore Class; Rotunda stall 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant News Editor 2, News Editor 3, Co-Managing Editor 4: Pi Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, President 4; French Club 1, 2; Southwest Virginia Club 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union 1; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; Zeta Tau Alpha Sororitv 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman for Circus 3; Assembly Committee 1,

2,

lion

1, 2, 3, 4,

Club

Secretary

3,

President 4: Cotil-

4.

3,

4;

Chairman

EDWARDS, GAYNELLE;

Student Government 1. 2, 3. 4: A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Americi Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Longwood 3, 4: Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3. President: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority 3, 4, Treasurer 4.

Y.W.C.A.

3. 4:

1, 2,

Alpha

Psi

Omega

4;

2, 3,

DE ALBA, JOAN ADAMS: 1, 2, 3,

2,

Vice-President of Sophomore Class;

Virginia Club 1, 2, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; May Court 2, 4: Business Manager for May Day 4.

President 4; A.A.

Y.W.C.A.

3, 4:

Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, First Vice-President 4: Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. 4;

DYER, JO ANNE: 3, 4;

dation

ELLEN BRENT:

DIZE,

Kappa Gamma

DAVIS, VIRGINIA CLARE: Student Govern-

2, 3, 4;

Southwest Virginia Club

Student Standards Feature Editor 3,

3, 4.

Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundati. Granddaughters Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

.mics

ELLINGTON, ment

DURFEE, ELIZABETH COOK:

141

MARY

ALICE: Student Govern-

3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3: A.A. Pi 2, 3: Future Teachers of

Tau

Sorority

1, 2, 3,

Treasurer

1,

2,

3;

America

Treasurer 3;

3;

Wesley FounClub 1, 2. 3, Alpha Sigma

3.

FELTON. MARGARET ANN:

Student Government 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 2, 3, 4; Colonnade staff 3, 4; Rotunda staff 3; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 2. 3, 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3: Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Division of William and Mary.

GARNETT, GRACE CARTER: 1, 2,

3, 4;

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Student GovernA.A. 1, 2,

2, 3, 4;

Student Cvern-

ment 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Home Eco-

friends.

2,

Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, .Mecklenburg-Halifax Club 1, 2, 3; dation 1, 2, 3: Granddaughters President 3: Cotillion Club 2. 3; 2,

ment

3.

1,

Kappa Delta

GOODMAN. HERBERT: 1,

2, 3, 4;

Kappa

Delta Pi

Student 3, 4;

Pi

Go Ga


2. 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education Southwest Virginia Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Choir 2. 1.

3. 4;

CAROLYN REBECCA: Student Cvern2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, Future Teachers of America 4: Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 2, Choir 1; Cotillion Club 4; 3, 4, President 4: HINES. ment

1,

4:

3,

Hockey Varsity Class

2,

2, 3, 4, Class 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4: Volleyball Class I, 2, 3, 4; Mono-

3,

gram Club

3, 4:

Orchesis

1, 2, 3, 4.

HOBBS, JEANNE LYNCH: ment

St;dent

Govern-

2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, House Council 4: Odonnade 3: Be irc Eh Thorn 2, 3, Vice-President 3; French CI 'b 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Wesley Fc.undation 1. 2. .3. 4: rh..ir 1: Cuillion Club 1, 2, .3. J: Production 1.

4;

3,

Cliairman

2.

HUNDLEY, MARY DAWSON:

St ident Govern1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; A.A. 1, 2, 4: Association of Childhood Education, 3 4:

ment 3,

Lmgwood Players 4; Cotillion CI b 1, 2, 3. 4: Orchesis 3, 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma Si.ri)rity 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, 4.

no

(^

HUNT, JOYCE DEAN:

Student Government 1, .3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Cub

2.

2.

Tau Alpha Soror:ty

Zeta

4:

3,

2,

3, 4.

NANCY CUMMINS:

INGE.

Student Government 1, 2, .3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, .3. 4; Treasurer of Class 4: Future Teachers of America .3, 4; Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4: Cotillion

Club 1,2.

I.

2,

4:

3,

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Head Cheerleader

4:

3,

4.

INGRAM, NANCY VIRGINIA: ernment 1, 2, 3,

Student

2. 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, .3. House Council 1; Association

1,

4;

4:

GovA.A.

of Child-

hood Education 3, 4; Mecklenburg-Halifax Club 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Longwond

.'..

Players 4: Class Hockey

4.

JEFFERSON, BETTY LOU:

Student GovernY.W.C.A. 3. 4; A.A. 3, 4: House Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Transfer from Averett

ment

4;

3,

C.uncil

4;

College, Danville. Virginia.

MARY FOXWELL:

JONES, ment

Student

Govern-

2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1. 2. House Council 1: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Commercial Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Northern Neck Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Baptist Student Uni.)n 1,

4;

3,

1. 2, 3. 4.

NANCY JANE: Student Government 1. 2, 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; French Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Music Committee 3, 4; Southwest Virginia Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Longwood Players 4: Choir 2,3, 4; Cotillion Club 1,2, .3,4. JONES,

We

ate a lot

3, 4,

Vice-President

2;

Wesley

3,

President 4: French Club

Foundation

1.

2,

3,

4;

Longwood

Players 1, 2. 3, 4: Tau Theta Pi Fraternity Secretary 3, President 4.

1, 2,

3, 4,

GREENLAND, FAY SHARON: ment 3,

4;

torian

1,

2,

A.A.

3, 1,

4:

Y.W.C.A.

2, 3, 4:

1,

Student Govern.3, 4, Cabinet

2,

Kappa Delta

Gamma Mu

Pi

3, 4,

His-

Future Te;uhers of America 3, 4, Vice-President 4: French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Secretary 2, Vice-President 3: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Choir 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3: H.,0 Club 4: Orchesis .3, 4. 4:

Pi

4:

Student Government A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Colonnade 3, Assistant Business Manager: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Commercial Club 1,2: Longwood Library League 1: Baptist Student Uni.m 1; Longwood Players 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4. 1.

2, .3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, ,3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America .3, 4 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 1,

Y.W.C.A.

2, 3, 4;

2,

1,

3, 4;

HARTIS, HILDA ANN: Student Government 1,

2.

Y.W.C.A.

3. 4;

1,

2,

4: A.A. 1, 2, .3, 4, Teachers of America .3,

Council 2, 3, 4: Future Southwest Virginia Club

4;

dation 4;

2,

1,

3,

1,

2, 3, 4:

Volleyball, .3,

Club

4:

2;

Wesley Foun-

Club 2, 3. 4; Blazers 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4; Hockey, Basketball, Varsitv 1, 2. 3. 1:

Class

2,

1.

2,

Orchesis

Swiinmin-. ClaPn-ol. „i I; lid |,. lion 2; Theta Si^ma

.3,

Monogram Club

2, 3, 4;

1,

4; Cotillion

Archery Class

Varsity 2,

GRIFFIN. BETTY JANE: Student Governmenl

KENT. SARA ELIZABETH:

HART, HAZEL MARIE:

1,

.3,

ment

1,

2, 3,

4:

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Stuilent 2, 3, 4:

Cvern-

A.A.

1, 2,

Secretary of Freshman Class: House Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Vircima 3, 4, Assistant Art Editor 3, .Art Editor 4: Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 3,

4:

Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Richmimd Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; WestminFellowship

ster

4:

1, 2, 3,

4;

Granddaughters Club

Longwood Players 1,

2, 3:

Cotillion

2. 3,

Club

President 4: H.,0 Club 2, 3, 4; Orchesis 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; 1,

2,

3,

4,

May Court

2, 3,

Queen

4.

4:

4.

I

Sorority.

KING, ROBERTA SUE: Student C.vernment 3, 4:

Y.W.C.A.

3, 4;

A.A.

3, 4;

Future Teachers

HENDERSON, CAROLYN LAVONNE:

Sluilent

America 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4: Longwood Players 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Class Hockey Team 4; Theta Sigma LTpsilon Sorority

Government

4; A.A.

3, 4.

of

;

1,

2, 3, 4;

Y.W.C.A.

1, 2, 3,


KING, VIRGINIA LEIGH: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teaclicrs America 3, 4: Baptist Student Union 3. 4: Longwood Players 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Class Hockey Team 4: Theta Sigma Upsilon Son.rity

of

3, 4.

MARLENK ESTA:

LUCAS,

Govern-

Sludcni

1, 2, 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, .3. 4; A.A. 1. 2, Hoise Council 1. 2, 3, Junior House President 3; Colonnade 2, 3, Art Editor 3; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Southwest Virginia Chib 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-

ment 3, 4;

President

4.

McLEMORE, PATRICIA WALKER:

Student 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. Student Standards 4; Colonnade 2, 3, Essay Editor 4: Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4, Historian

Government 1, 2,

4,

4;

3, 4:

Kappa Delta

Pi 3, 4, President 4;

Delta

Pi

3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3. 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Southwest Virginia Club I, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, Kappa Delta 3, 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4;

Epsilon

Sorority

Editor

2, 3. 4.

1,

Rush Chairman

3.

MACON, EVELYN FLOISE: mcnt

Y.W.C.A.

3, 4;

2,

1,

1,

4.

Sf:dent CvernA.A. 1, 2.

2, 3, 4;

Chairman 4: Colonnad" 1, 2, 3. 4, Managing Editor 2, Editor 3: Alpha Kappa Gilmma 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Beorc Eh Thorn 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; French Club 1, 2: Westminster FeUowship 3.

I,

Longwood Players

2;

Club

Who

Standards

Student

4;

1,

2,

3,

4,

2, 3, 4:

O.tillion

4:

3,

Club

Gran.hlaughters 2.

I:

.3,

Who->

4.

MANLOVE, JUNE TEMPLE:

Student Govirn2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, .3, 4, A.A. 1. 2. Student Standards 3, 4, Secretary 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3; Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 3, Vice President 4: Fire Chief Assistant 3, 4.

ment

3,

1,

4:

MARTIN, POLLY^NNA: 1. 2, 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. % Fr-nch CI 1.

-b 1. 2. 3. 4:

Student Government A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4:

3. 4:

Longwo-d Library Leagie

2,3,4.

MASTERS, NANCY TANLEY:

St -dent Govern-

1. 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2. Alpha Kappa Gamma 4: Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, President 4: Commercial Club 1: Canterbury Club 3, 4; Longwood Players 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Figure Leader 4; Orchesis 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Kappa Sigma

ment

3,

4:

Sorority 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4: Senior Personalities 4; Circus Court 2, 3. 4, Queen 4; Circus Chairman 2. 3, 4; May Court 2, 3, 4, Maid-of-Honor 4, Chi.

and tried Stident Gov3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Association of Childhood Edjca'ion 3, 4: Cotillion Club 1, 2, .3. 4; Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4. Custodian 2, Recording Sec-

ernment

retarv

2,

1,

Y.W.C

4;

.3.

A.

1,

2,

3, 4.

MORRIS, DOROTHY JEAN:

MINSON, LOUISE ELIZABETH: 1,

1.

2,

3,

Y.W.C.A.

4;

1.

Siude 2.

3.

-

It :

GovA.A.

2,3.4.

4:

2,

1,

3, 4;

Kappa

Choir

1,

Cotillion

2,

Student Government 1. 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, ,3, 4: A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4, Council 4; Ho s? Council 1, 2: French Club 1, 4: Canterbury CI :b 1, 2, 3, 4: Cotillion Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Monogram Club 3, 4: Pi Kappa

Sigma Sorority Fire Chief

3.

4,

Second Vice-President

4:

2,

.3,

4:

Y.W.C.A.

1,

2,

Student Government 1. ,3, 4: A.A. 1, 2. .3, 4:

Association of Childhood Education 3, 4: Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4: Longwood Players 3, 4.

3,

4,

3,

Student Gi.vjrn-

1, 2, 3,

4;

Secretary

2, 3, 4;

2,

President

Swimming Team

3,

3.

3. 4:

A

2.

NELSON. LOUISE MILBOURN: ernment 1,

2,

\.

4:

Wesley Foundation 1,2.3,4.

4:

3,

1.

2,

3,

Cape'.la Choir

3. 4;

1.

3.

Student Government 1, 2. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: AssoChildhood Education 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Wesley Foundation 1. 2. .3. 4: Choir 1: Cotillion Club 2. 3: Clasi of

1:

Delta Sigma Epsilon

2.

1, 2,

3,

4: Choir 1: Cotil-

NELSON. NANCY:

4,

Y.W.C.A.

4.

v-

Mono-

MORSE. AUDREY:

President

G

lion (ilub

4;

Student Government 1. 2. 3, 4, Cabinet 2; A.A. Student Standards 4: Virciman 2.

Y.W.C.A.

3,

4.

1.

2.

1. 2.

3.

4.

Photography Editor 4: Alpha 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3, 4. President 3: Beorc Eh Thorn 2. 3. 4. Secretary Editor.

Kappa Gamma

Hockey Team

4:

I:

Literary

4:

3.

4; Northern

Stjde:u

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, .3, 4: A.A. Nrek Club 3, 4, Pre ident

2.

of

4; Secretary 4: H.,0 Club 2, 3, 4,

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority

Historian 4; Madrigals

ciation

MORGAN, VIRGINIA:

3,

Secretary 4;

3.

3, 4.

Delta Pi

Club

gram Club

MITCHELL, BARBARA VAUGHN:

Y.W.C.A.

4: A.A. 1, Fut -re Te-chers America 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3, Choir Director

ment

3,

ernment

to .sleep.

K\THRYN RERECCA:

MILLER,

3:

Kappa

3.

Delta Pi

3.

4.

Vice-President 4:

Pi

3, 4: Future Teachers of America French Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice-President

Delta Epsil.m 3.

3: 2,

4:

Longwood Players 3;

Cotillion

Club

1,

1,

2.

3. 4.

2, 3, 4;

Vice-President

H:0 Club

2,

3;


Council 3: Sigma Sigma Sigma 4, President 4; Who's Who 4; 1, 2, General Chairman 4; May Court 4; Head Dining Room Hostesses 4.

Pan-Hellenic

Sorority 1, 2, 3, Circus Chairman

NORTHERN, FRANCES CATHERYN: Government A.A.

2,

1,

Y.W.C.A.

4;

3,

1,

Student 2,

3,

4:

Future Teachers of America Commercial Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Northern 3, 4; Neck Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4,

2,

1,

4;

3,

Vice-President

4.

OAKES, BETTY:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; AssociaChildhood Education 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Granddaughters Club 1, 2.

4;

Y.W.C.A.

tion of

OSBOURNE, SHIRLEY LOUISE:

Student Government 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4: A.A. 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4: French Club 3: Cotillion Club 3, 4: Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority 3. 4. Chi.

OWEN, BONNIE JEAN: L 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2,

Student Government A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4;

3, 4;

Teachers of America

Home Economics Club dation

3,

2,

1,

3,

4, Secretary 4; 4: Wesley Foun-

Choir 2; Cotillion Club 3. 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon Sorority 3, 4, Second Vice4:

3.

2,

1,

.IE AN CAROL: Student Government Council 4: Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, FreshTreasurer 3, President 4; 2, Freshman Commission 1: A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Treasurer of Class 1; Student Standards 4: VlRClN-

PARKER, 1, 2, 3, 4,

man Counselor

HN

1, 2,

Gamma

Alpha Kappa

3:

3, 4:

Pi Delta

Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Fufre Teachers of America 3, 4: Baptist Sfdent Union 1. 2: Choir 1, 2, 3: Co-

Club

tillion

Club

4:

Sorority

2, 3,

1,

Orchesis 2,

3,

2.

4: Basketball 1: 3,

Who's

4;

Monogram

Alpha Sigma Alpha

4:

Who

4: Circus Court

1.

PERSINGER, BETTY JEAN:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughters Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Theta Sigma Upsilon Sorority 4.

PHELPS, VIRGINIA ANNE:

Student Govern3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, Beorc Eh Thorn 2, 3, 4, President 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Longwood Library League 1, 2, 3. 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3.

ment

2,

3,

1,

2,

4;

NANCY JANE:

PICINICH,

Student

Govern-

1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1. 2, 4; Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: French Club 1: Longwood Library League 1, 2, 3, 4: Richmond

ment

3,

Club

1;

Longwood Players

Upsilon Sorority President 3, 4.

1,

2,

3,

Theta S'gma

3,

4:

4,

Editor

POMEROY, JOYCE EILEEN:

2,

Vice-

Student Govern-

1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, Rotunda 1, 2: Future Teachers of America Longwood Li3, 4; Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4 brary League 2. 3.

ment,

3, 4;

;

POWELL, AUDREY NOLEN: ment

1. 2,

,3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

1,

2,

Student Govern3, 4; A.A. I, 2,

Association of Childhood Education 3, 4, President 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Mecklenburg-Halifax Club 3, 4: Baptist Student 3,

4:

Union

1.

2,

3,

4;

Upsilon Sorority

Choir 2, 3, 4,

1,

2, 3, 4;

Treasurer

POWELL, PHYLLIS MARNY:

Student Govern2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, VicePresident 3, President 4; French Club 1; Northern Neck Club 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1,2,3,4; Choir 3, 4.

ment

3,

and we even

.studied at times.

Theta Sigma 4.

4;

1.


QUICK, JOYCE GAIL: Student Government 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cla 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Ass ciation of Childhood Education 3, 4, Treasur 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Longwot Players 4: Cotillion 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manag 4; Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pre>

Vice-President

dent

President

3,

4.

RAYMOND, SUE BARBER:

Student Govern3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; A.A. 3, 4; House Council 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Southwest Virginia Club 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Longwood Players 3, 4; Class Hockev 3, 4: Monogram Club 4; Theta Sigma Upsilon 4.

ment

REED, NAOMI VIRGINIA; Student Govrr ment

4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, i 1, 2; Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4, Sei Future Teachers of America 3, 4 Club 1. 2; Longwood Library Leagu 2, 3,

1,

Rotunda

4; retary 3,

4:

French 2, 3, 4.

RICKMAN, BARBARA YOUNG:

Student Gov.

ernment 1, 2, 3. 4, Town Girl Representative 3: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Association Childhood Education 3, 4, Secretary 4; FuTeachers of America 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, President 2, Secretary 3: Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Cotillion Club, 2, 3, 4. of

ture

LaWANA:

FRANCES

RUTLAND,

Student

Government 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, French Club 1: Baptist Student Union I, 3, 4;

Tennis

4: 4: 2,

2.

SALMON. WILMA

A.: Student Government 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4; A.A. I, 2, 3, Rotunda 1; Future Teachers of America 3, Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2,

1,

4; 4; 4; 2,

Editor 3, Vice-President 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Volleyball for class 1; H=0 Club 3, 4; Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4: A Cappella I; Madrigal Singers 2, 4.

SANDERS, ANNA MAE:

Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Northern Neck Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3. Vice-President 4: Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4: Theta Sigma Upsilon 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4.

SCARBOROUGH, BETTY FRANCIS: Government

I,

2,

3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

1,

Student 2,

3,

4;

Secretary of Class 4, Treasurer 3; Colonnade Business Manager 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Pi Delta Epsilon 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Future

A.A.

3,

2,

1,

4:

Teachers of America

3,

4;

Commercial Club

1,

3, 4, President 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Hockey Class 3: Basketball Class 3; Monogram Club 3, 4: Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority, Recording Secretary 4.

2,

3,

SCOTT, JANIE: Student Government

1,

2,

3;

A.A. 1. 2, 3; Colonnade 1: Future Teachers of America 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Cotillion Club 3; PanHellenic Council 3; Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority 2, 3, First and Second Vice-President 3.

Y.W.C.A.

Kappa

1,

2,

Delta Pi

3;

2, 3;

SEIBEL, MARTHA LOU: Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, President 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Southwest Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club 4; Basketball-class 1, 2; Volleyball-class Swimming-class 2; May Day Committee 1, 2; and Costume Chairman 3.

But we were always ready

145

for parties


SOUTHERN. BARBARA: Y.W.C.A.

1. 2. 3. 4:

-I:

Student Standards 4: Colonnade Beorc

tillion

Cluh

3.

A.A.

4;

Kappa Delta French Cliih

2. 3. 4;

1,

2, 3, 4,

4:

Eh Thorn

Delta Epsilon

Government

Stjileiu 3.

1. 2.

Pi

Editor 4: Pi

4;

3.

Co-

4:

3.

2.

STAPLES, BETTY JANE: Student Government 1,

A.A.

1, 2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4:

1.

House Council 4: Future Teachers of America 4: French Club L 2; Baptist Student Union L 2. 3. 4:

Cotillion Club

3. 4;

(:h,.ir 1. 2.

Zeta Tau

1. 2. 3. 4.

Y.W.C.A.

2. 3, 4;

L

Al|,lui S"r..rity

2.

1.

2. 3.

4;

Secretary

TAYLOR. NANCY Student Govern

ment 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4: A.A. 2. .3. 4 Rotunda 2: Southwest Virginia Club 2, 3, 4 Longwood Players 4: Choir 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4 Cotillion Club 2, 3. 4: Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Honorary

Member: Delta Sigma Epsilon Historian 4: Madrigal Singers

Sorority,

Band

2, 4:

3,

3. 4:

Government A. .A. cation

Pi of

1. 3.

1.

3,

4:

Y.W.C.A.

2,

Westminster Fellowship

Kappa Sigma Sorority Town Girls Club.

2:

1.

\

1.

2,

3, 4,

3.

4:

Childhood Education,

America

4:

3,

4,

President

3,

4:

4:

ioc-President

2, 3, 4;

I.

2,

A.A.

L

1,

2,

Mav

Student Govern-

Mecklenburg-Halifax Club

2,

Baptist Student Union

1.

3;

2,

Madonna

Chairman

4:

of

Student

Gov-

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Freshman Commission 1; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Historian 4; Rotunda 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4, Social Editor 2, 3; Alpha 2, 3, 4;

Kappa Gamma

4:

Kappa

Delta Pi

tary 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; of

America

3, 4. 1,

4;

3,

President

2; Cotillion

Kappa

4:

3,

4,

Secre-

Future Teachers

Westminster Fellowship

1,

2,

Longwood Players 4: Choir Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Chairman 3, 4:

Delta Sorority

Circus Chairman

1,

2,

3,

L

anytime of the day.

4,

Editor 4:

2,

1,

3,

4:

America

4:

2,

3,

Y.W.C.A.

4:

America

Cotillion Club

L

2,

Hockey

Class

2, 3:

1,

Student 2,

3,

Canterbury Club

Granddaughters Club

L

Council

4,

3,

2,

Student Govern-

L

2, 3, 4;

Secretary 3,

4,

3,

Kappa

3. 4; 4,

3,

3, 4,

2,

Class

lor

Class

2,

Wesley

4;

3,

Cass

Blazers 4; Archery

2, 3, 4;

Varsity Hockey

3, 4;

I, 2,

3,

4; Varsity Basketball

4,

Class

1,

2, 3, 4: Class Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4:

Swimming

Orchesis

Cbb

Cotillion

4; 1,

Tennis Class,

Captain

Future Teachers of

Treasurer 4:

4,

3,

Foundation

of

4;

G..V-

Y.

A.A.

1,

Rotunda 1, 2: Future Teache :rs of Home Economics Cl:b 1; Lonf ;wood

Library League 2;

3, 4:

3, 4:

Who's

4:

3.

2:

1,

1, 2, 3,

2.

Monogram Club

4;

3,

Who

Who's

3, 4;

Chi.

4.

Day.

ernment 1,

2,

Council 4; Y.W.C.A.

3, 4,

WARD, JOAN:

STANLEY, CAROLYN FAYE: 1.

Publi.ity

3,

2:

Future Teachers of

4;

Club

2: Cotilli n

President i; Student Standards 4: Alpha

3, 4.

3,

Gamma

Pi 3, 4: Pi Delta

WAITMAN, HELEN MARIE: ment

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Rotunda 2, 3, 4; Assiciation

2, 3, 4:

1,

3;

Kappa Delta

4;

Assist-

2,

Alpha Kappa

Chi.

4.

Gamma

L

Virginian Staff

;r

3, 4,

Future Teachers of America,

3, 4:

Theta

2. 3, 4;

THWING. LUCY BLAKESLEE: ernment

1. 2.

1. 2,

H.mse Council

4:

Asso-

Future

4:

Who

Y.W.C.A.

1:

3,

;

Secretary 4:

3. 4,

Treasurer 4; Longwood

THAXTON, ANNE MINTER:

3,

2, 3. 4:

3,

4,

4.

Student

1,

L

Education

Sigma Upsilon Sorority

Association of Childhood Edu-

4:

2. 3.

4:

2,

A.A.

3, 4:

Library League 3: Cotillion Club

A.A.

WILLSON:

FRANCES

Student Government

L.:

1, 2,

Childhood

of

Teachers of America

ment

SPINDLER.

Y.W.C.A.

ciation

lent 2,

Man

ant Business

French Club

SPENCER. BILLYE KAREN:

Pr

3,

A.A.

Student Standard:

Epsilon

4.

3,

2,

Cabinet 4;

4;

3,

2,

1,

Monogram Club

Kappa Delta

Sorority

2,

1,

3,

4;

1,

2,

Choir

Varsity Hockey 3,

3, 4;

4;

W.

C. A, 3,

2,

tillion

Club

Gov.-rnmi

1.

2.

3.

Varsity Hockey

3, 4,

4;

ketball 1, Class

I,

2;

3,

1,

1, 2, 3,

2.

4:

1. 2. 3, 4.

4,

Class

Archery

1;

3,

4;

Club

Class 3, 4:

A.A.

4;

1,

1,

2, 3, 4;

2, 3, 4,

Council

Class

2, 3, 4;

Swimming L

H20

Club

Varsity Bas-

2, 3, 4;

Class Volleyball 2,

2, 3, 4,

Co-

4;

3,

Class Tennis 3;

4:

3,

2,

1,

3,

1, 2,

Monogram

4;

PresMent

4.

Class Voll. ;yba'l

Orchesis

WARD, MARY ANN: 3,

DOROTHY CHRISTINE: It

3,

I.

4:

Y.W.C.A.

Council

VADEN.

Student Government

1, 2,

Wesley Foundation

4:

Represe

St ident ;at;ve

1,

2,

Treasurer

Kappa Gamma 4:

1,

2, 3,

Student Government 3,

4;

A.A.

1,

2,

I. 2.

3,

4,

Vice-President 4; Alpha

4; Future Teachers of

Southwest Virginia Club

1.

2,

America

3,

4,

3,

Secre-


Club

Cotillion

tary 2;

Class Tennis

2,

Varsity Baslietball Volleyball

1, 2,

ogram Club 1, 2, 3,

Blazers 4;

4;

3,

1,

3,

4;

Captain 4; Class

4,

Club

Pan-Hellenic

4;

3,

2,

1.

Kappa Sigma

Council 3;

Pi

Sorority, Pan-Hellenic Representa-

Recording Secretary

tive 3,

Alpba Sigma Alpba Sorority

4; Cliairman of

May Day

4, Chi.

WARD, SHIRLEY ANNE: 1,

2,

1,

2, 3,

3,

A.A.

4;

1,

Student Standards 1,

2,

3,

News

4,

2,

2;

Secretary 3; Rotunda

Managing Editor Alpha Kappa Gamma 3, Delta Epsilon

2. 3, 4; Pi

3,

1, 2. 3,

1,

2; Southwest

4: Cotillion

Club

Tau Alpha

man

2; Senior Personalities 4, Chi.

1, 2,

4;

2, 3, 4;

French Club

Zeta

Sorority

3,

4;

Longwood Library League

Virginia Club

Govern-

Y.W.C.A.

4;

2,

Future Teachers of America 1,

3,

Class Treasurer 2;

4;

3,

2, 3, 4,

Editor

Editor-in-Chief 4;

Beorc Eh Thorn

Student

Representative

4,

3, 4,

1, 2, 3,

4;

Rush Chair-

3,

Club

Class

Foundation

2,

1,

3,

Treasurer

4,

3,

Repre-

Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Council, Membership Chairman 2; Freshman Commission 1, 2; A.A.

2,

1,

3,

Editor

Colonnade

dent 4; Pi Delta Epsilon

America

of

ers

daughters Club

1, 2,

2,

1,

Hockey

Class

3, 4;

3,

Presi-

4,

Club

Cotillion

4;

3,

1,

2,

Class Basketball 4; Class

1:

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

3, 4,

1, 2, 3, 4,

3. Second Vice-President Ring Master 3.

ment

1, 2,

.3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

2,

1,

3, 4;

A.A.

WEST, BETTY JANE:

1, 2, 1.

4; Rotunda 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 1, 2, Managing Editor 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 4, Treas3,

urer 4; Association of Childhood Education

2,

ica 3,

4;

3, 4;

])orter 1,

Southwest Virginia Club

1,

President 4; Cotillion Club

Alpha Sorority President

1,

2,

3,

4,

3, 4,

2,

1, 2, 3,

Treasurer

3,

Pi 3, 4;

Who's

Vice-

ernment

.3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, House Council 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; America 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3,

Westminster

Fellowship

"Anyone

1,

2,

3,

4;

for bridge?'

4:

A.A.

1,

4;

2, 3,

Home Economics Club

1, 2,

3,

Re-

4,

President 3; Baptist Student! Union

4;

1,

2,

A.A.

1,

Secretary 3,

Student Govern-

1, 2,

.3,

Government

Future Teachers of Amer-

WHITE, JACQUELYN TURNER: 3,

ment

2,

3,

4,

WILSON, SALLY: 4: Psi 3.

3,

Council 4; Y.W.C.A. 4;

Club

4;

tillion

Volleyball 4;

4;

Sigma Upsilon Sorority

Cotillion

2,

Chi.

2,

3,

Pan-Hellenic Council 2,

3,

4;

.3,

4;

Secre-

4,

Student Government

2,

4;

3,

A.A.

2,

1,

2.

2.

3,

2, 3. 4;

3.

Musician

1.

2,

.3,

Alpha

3,

French

4;

Canterbury Club

4;

3,

1,

4;

3,

Beorc Eh Thorn

Treasurer 3;

4,

Future Teachers of America

4;

dull 1,

1,

3,

Longwood Players Circus Chairman 4. t;

2,

1,

3,

Choir

4;

3,

MARGARET

WORTHINGTON,

4;

Who's

A.A.

4:

1,

2,

1,

2,

3,

4,

I,

4;

3,

BARLOW:

Y.W.C.A.

1,

2,

Student Standards

1,

2,

2,

.3,

4;

Chairman 3; Virginian 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Alpha Kappa Gamma 4; Beorc Eh Thorn 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, His-

.3,

Calendar

torian

Pi Delta

4;

Club

3,

4:

Club

1,

2,

Delta

3,

3,

4,

Secretary 4;

Southwest Virginia

4;

1,

2, 3, 4;

Cotillion

Kappa

4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4;

3,

Sorority

President

Epsilon

2,

1,

Canterbury Club

1,

2,

3,

Vice-President

4,

3,

4.

Gamma

Class Basketball 4;

2,

Omega

Spanish Club,

4: Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Co-

of

Y.W.C.A.

4.

Student Gov-

House Council President 4; Alpha Kappa 2,

1, 2,

.3,

tary 3.

Student Government

3,

4.

WATKINS, ANN GOODWYN:

1,

2,

1,

Wesley

3;

Cotillion Club,

;

Secretary 4;

Tau

4; Zeta

Secretary

Y.W.C.A.

3. 4;

Kappa Delta

Student

2,

3, 4;

Home Economics

3, 4;

Vice-President

4,

2, 3, 4

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

3,

Govern-

1,

2,

1,

Treasurer 4;

Registrar 4;

An

Future Teach-

2, 3, 4;

Monogram Club

Volleyball 4;

2,

Student

America

3, 1,

A. A.

4;

3,

Assistant Hall President; Fu-

Juni..r

3;

2,

Virciman

Richmond Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Manager 1; Grand-

4;

3,

Longwood Players

1;

Gamma

Alpha Kappa

3;

2,

Member

Council

4,

Class President 3;

2,

1,

Student Government

2,

1,

4,

ture Teachers of

Student Gov-

ernment

Who

WARNER, PHOEBE ANN:

Y.W.C.A.

4;

WENDENBURG, ANN CARTER: sentative 4;

ment

WILLIAMS. JOAN: House Council

4.

Horsebacli Riding 4; Mon-

3, 4;

4;

3,

2,

1,

3,

2,

1,

Varsity Hockey

4;

3,

Class

Thcta

Who

4,

YEATTS, CAROLYN WATSON:

Student Gov-

ernment

1,

2,

1.

4;

2,

3,

2,

.3,

4;

Y.W.C.A.

3,

4;

Future Teachers of America

Home Economics Club dent Union

1,

1, 2, 3, 4.

1,

2,

3, 4;

A.A. 3,

4;

Baptist Stu-


Index and Register of Students Anderson, Nancy Elvira; Crewe Abernalhv. Patricia Holt: 117 52nd Street. Virginia Beach .\cree,

Anderson. Virginia:

121

123,

43, 95.

Fav

Wa

626 T,.dds Lane.

.\dams. Jacqueline Jav:

wick

Lorraine Ave-

12.36

51, 84, 91

Elaine:

205

Mary Ann; Pocahontas Park,

Chester-

51,84

37

137

Appleton,

White;

field

Andrews, .Nannie Wilmoth: Gretna

Carolvn Diane; Tappahannock

Barefoot, Elizabeth nue, Richmond larnett,

37, 63. 73, 80. 87. 109. 137

"

Ferguson

Avenu

Warwick

Amelia ....18.

Barr, Betty Cynthia;

95. 112. 113

Anne: McKenney

Batte, Cornelia

51

;

Armstrong. Dorothy Vernon. Adanif.

43,

Sutherlin

Marilyn Jane:

Montrose Ave-

Richmond

nue.

Lexingto

742

.3600

18.

123

lander, Stephanie Anne: 19 Great Hills Terrace. Short Hills, New Jersey 37

Charlottesville

Shields Shirleve Anne:

43. 81

Bla

Adkins. Bettie Carv: 4110 Forest Hill Avenue.

Richmond

84,

Atkinson, Emily Wrenn: 315 Dinwiddie Avenue, Blackstone 51

Bays, Frances Cornelia: Rt.

Sara Reece:

Beale.

Shirley

Mae:

141

Road.

Chesterfield

Hampton

51

Richmond. 51

1,

117

Margaret Frances; North Tazewell ....

Ann: 907 Fairfax Av

Atwood, Ca

43. 63.

85. 89.

107.

113

folk ....

Belcher.

Alexander. Judith Margaret. Rt.

..4.3,

119 cavers.

Alcock.

Bedford

2.

BranchviUe

Austin, John Marvin; Rt.

2,

FarmviUe

Geraldine

Muriel;

3911

Carv

Street

Road, Richmond

51,

84

brx^

The good

times,

Martha

Alexander.

Venable,

Rt.

1,

Box

Richmond Allen, Betty Lou; Scottsburg

51. 82

Allen, Eva Lorene; Prospect Allen, Joanne Elsie;

burg,

37

Gay;

Bell,

Ba,on. Ma oak ....

Red-

175.

....43. 82

Frances Petersburg

Bail.y.

Snead:

1723

Lamar Avenue. 43, 95. 113

Mary Hazel; Wilmington

43, 86

Benedict, Barbara King; 207 E. \irginia Street. Crewe 43, 102

Bcnn, Donna wick

Diane:

Bennett. Lillie

Mae: Red House

35

Davis

Avenue.

51

Bailey,

.3406

West Avenue. Newport

Bailev.

News

51

Allgood, Marjorie Frances: Boydton

51. 82

Madeline EIn

51, 67

Scoltsville

51

Martha Jane: 24 Westside Court. Lex-

ington

18. 62, 72, 96, 116, 117, 126,

Bain. Janet:

Dinwiddie

Judith Carol:

Billett.

Rt.

1.

Box H. Warwick

98

43

43

4,3,

Billups.

Patti

Anne;

Avenue.

3210 3rd

mond Ames, Barbara Ann: mouth

Kemp

410

Drive.

Ports-

Bain, Joyce

13

Amory, Sue Bledsoe; 59 Linden Avenue, Hampton

51

Anderson. Jean Alison; Rt.

2.

Box

168.

Chula.5I

Baker.

Ann: Dinwiddie

Nancv Lou:

1163

43

18th

Street.

Newport

News Baldwin,

51

Cynthia

Lee:

400

6th

Jean

Ruth;

.\ltamont,

Rt.

6,

Gov. 18

Ballard.

Rad-

Street.

ford

-Anderson, inglon

43,

Robinelte

Vi

309

Avon

Birdsong, Henry Wingate; Box

Blair,

Rebecca Ann; Rt.

Javne;

110-E

4th

Road.

Blake. folk

Blake.

Bane, Barbara Ellen; Rt.

2,

Bland

67,

87

Rich51, 91

Farmville ... Drive.

51 5,

Danville ..37. 79. 86

115

Street. 51, 87

4,

528 Greenwav

Blackman. R. Elizabeth: Portsmouth

Emily Jane:

Norfolk

Anderson. Marjorie Front Royal

War-

394 N. Broadway. Tillson-

Ontario, Canada

Allen, Vashti

225, 51

43, 90

Florence Norfolk

702 Redgate Avenue. Nor37, 62. 72, 74, 119

Rabon;

702

Redgate Avenue. 18,

67,

80


Blankenslup, Shirley Anne:

Rt. 2,

RinKsold

B,„lkin, Patrirm; Rt.

..

102

37,

Gretna

18, 81

Midway

Island ...37, 6+

1,

Burchett, Dreama Anne; ton Forge

Cliftondale Park, Clif-

43

Ann; Eagle Rock

Burgess, Virginia

19, 76. 85, 101, 103, 104, 120, 121

Boswell, Muriel Olive;

Surnettc, Rufinia

Bowles, Grace Hannah; Goochland

Barbara

19, 76, 112, 113

n,

Ann;

124

43

Mary Rogers; Gordonsville 19,

77,

no.

111

Ann;

Lois

Day Avenue, S.W.,

628

Childs, Shirley

Mae; Hinn..n

Clark, Carolyn Hopkins; nue, Lynchburg

44

Rivermont Ave-

1705

95, 123

Cumnor

Clegg, Roberta Annette:

Ca rter Braxton; 335 Oak Lan e, Rich-

mond

Hani.ver .52, 84

Street,

Marion

U7

43,95,

Lee

E.

Lawrence Avenue,

St.

3.522

Roanoke

Button,

Branch, Gale Selwyn; 844 Norfolk

Lockhart;

(Jhambers, Linda Jane: 1526 Early Street, Lynchburg 52, 103 Childers,

51 lurnside,

Bradshaw, Sylvia Paige, Newsom

Ferrun

Alice:

Chadwick, Charlotte Avenue, Richm.md

44, 86

,52

Eliziabeth

rierley.

Ann; Box

193,

Farn-iville .50,

Nain Rae:

,

1.S29

..

87

Morris Avenile, Nor-

'folk'.

Cadwalader, Margaret Jane; Harrisonburg

Franklin Street,

.334

An

Sarah Ja

Brisentine,

Brooking,

Prospect

Anne

Field:

;

Rt.

Luray

3,

.52

Clements, Glenn Darnell; Madison Heights .... Patricia chester

Cahill,

Anne; 22

Stirley

Street,

Win52

.52

Brisentine, Joyce

Clem, June Caroline

Cain, Mrs.

Edna Trader; Coles Point

Caldwell,

Anne

Clingenpeel, Joyce Alease: .3028 Yardley Drive, 37 Roanoke

.

Prospect

Glasgow

Montpelier Station

....

37, 71, 73, 74, 80. 123

Callaway,

O.akley, Joan Leigli; B.,x

M,.untain

:

Ellen

Ninde

3,

.52

^

....

Audrey Dinsmore; 3314 Wilson Avenue, 52 Lynchburg

Coates,

Tazewell

501

Davis;

Bluefield

Avenue, 65

52,

Cofley, Joyce Marie: Rt.

Madison Heights .52

3,

Saturday nights,

Brooking, Loretta Bell: Rt.

Richmond

Creighlon Road, 109

1,

Ann; Boydton

Cantrell, Patricia

37,

75, 82,

Cantrell, Sara Elizabeth: Boydton

Louise

Brothers,

1010

Pennsylvania

37, 65,

103, 105, 119

Vandalia;

Avenue, Suffolk

Carr.dl,

Frances

Lvnn;

Grandin

1933

Roanoke

43,

Brown, Mary Elizabeth; West Point Brown, Patricia Anne: Guinea Mills Browning, Harriet Ann;

Richmond

.3915

...52,

Opal Lynchburg

Imogene:

111

Patterson Avenue, 43

1513

Aveni

2,

Hot Spring

lina

An

Rt.

1,

Blanch, North Ca

421

37, 89, 94, 115

Eva

.3205

Courtland

Big

Bend Road, .52,

69

Euphan Helen;

Sandra

44

Lynn;

108

East

Street,

Blue52,

Cornick,

Betty Lou:

409 23rd

Street,

Beach Corv,

Beltv

Page:

134

P.ichin

90

Virginia 52

Place,

Hamp-

Stokes

Street,

44

ton

Leesville

86

Avenue,

Conley, Joan Marie; Frederica, Delaware 19, 64

field

3907

119

Center Street,

E.

44,

Coolcy,

...

Anne;

Avenue,

tox

Janice; N.W., Roan,.ke

Carter, Ella Virginia; Rt. 2, Bedford Carter,

Macov

.503

44,

Coleman, Ann Warren; Manassas

Collins,

Carson, Mabel Jane: 207 Roanoke Street, Christiansburg 52, 103 Carter,

Ann;

Coleman, Dorothea Minor Meredith; Appomat52

Barbara Norfolk

Bryant, Patsy Love; Madison Heights

Raleigh

Hampton Carson, Carol Dabney; Rt.

Carter,

Pit

.52

307

Gail;

86

.37, 121

.

Brugh, Jane Watson; TroutviUe Bryant,

Road, 96,

Margaret

Constance Culpeper

Coiner.

69

.52,

Walters

Carr. Betty Jane:

Browder, Patricia Ann; D.dphii

Brown,

113

37, 63, 65, 69, 79, 89, 96,

..

Sara toanoke :il,

Buchanan, Eliza Johnston; Brownsburg

Monroe;

2312

Lincoln

Avenue,

19, 69, 75, 85, 103,

123

Cousins, Nancy Danville

Holland;

8.56

37


Davis,

Marv

Davis,

\irginia Clare;

Priscilla; Whaleyville 37.

.36,

Lynchburg

100, 102, 104, 103

1707 Richmond Avenue, 20, 76, 86

Ann Henly; 400 Park Avenue, War-

DeAlba, wick

.53

DeAlba, Joan Adams; 400 Park Avenue, Warwick 21, 63, 65, 106, 116, 117, 137 Deane, Mary Leigh, 46

Oak Ridge Avenue, Dan-

ville

89

53,

Deaner. Patricia Ann; Box 213, Hot Springs 53 Deaton, Nancy Dee; Rt.

1,

Debnam, Josephine Murray

;

Ellerson 6.30

44

Lee Street, War-

renton

38

DeHaven, Elizabeth Lee; 500 Eighth ford

Rad-

Street,

38, 74, 85, 96, 115

Desmond, Nancy Carroll; 209 N. West Culpepper

Street,

44

Devine, Donnetta Elizabeth; 5804 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond 21, 65, 70, 74, 75. 76, 77, 84, 90, 122, 123, 127

Dickerson, Peggy Jean; 310 Bell Street, Lynchburg 137 Dillon,

Amanda Nottingham;

319 James Street, 53, 84

Ashland Dize, Ellen Brent;

Box

373, Kilmarnock 21, 77, 79, 83, 120, 121

Donaldson, Adele Watson; Alexandria

2507 Hayes Street,

.

.

.

109

44,

510, Roanoke .21, 65, 69, 75, 77, 78, 85, 96, 110, 111, 137

Donaldson, Martha Jean; Rt.

Donnelly.

Mary Kay; Box

Douglas,

Dorothy Anita;

9,

Box

44

245, Fries

Rutgers Street, 21, 69, 75, 107, 122, 123

Roanoke

4908

Dowdy. Hazel Jeanette; Lynch Station

53

Dowdy, Margaret Anne; Lynch Station Doyle, Mrs. Geraldine Lucy; 309 N. Blackstone Dressier, Loretta June;

and men.

Box

.53, 103

High

Street,

21

291, Covington ..44

Drudge, Nancy Mae; Shacklefords

53

Drumheller, Betty Dawn; Amherst Cowles,

Marv

Ruffin

:

20.

Minor 7.3,

Crute, Jane Elizabeth; Boydton

75, 81, 87.

9.5.

Dryden, Mary Margaret; 1103 E. Church Street, Salisbury,

Cunningham, Doris Anne; Cowles, Virginia Powell; Minor

53, 82

106, 126

Maryland

38, 75, 81, 117

53

Soottsville

Duncan, Lois Arlene; Hampden-Sydney

73, 95

Cunningham. Nancy Katherine; Richlands ..53 Dunevant, Patsy Ann; Buckingham

Cox, Barbara Ella; Tve River Mrs. Barbara Moore; .5218 Monument Avenue, Richmond 20, 77, 81, 84, 86

Curling, Crain, Annette;

919 Tvler Drive, Williamsburg 52

Dunkum, Rupert

Meherrin

Ellis, Sr.;

...

Durfee, Elizabeth Cook; Prospect

Crenshaw, Betty May; 22 Kemper Court, Sandston

D

44, 84, 86, 113

Daiger, Richard Harding; Erica ..20, 77, 78, 83

Crismond, Marjorie Louella; Goby Croclier, Nell Elizabeth;

Dalton,

Smithfield

20, 64, 74, 78, 86, 103, 110, 111

Crockett, Virginia Lee;

Box

10,

.599,

Rich-

Dyer, Jo Anne: 607 Rives Road, Martinsville

,

.

.

22, 85, 100

Ruth

;

Alberta

.53

Dyer, Sandra; 516 N. Edgeworth Street, Greens44, 119 boro, North Carolina

37, 77,^86, 121

Norma Jeanne; Langley Air

..:

Phyllis

Westmoreland

...

37,

83,

Chester

Street,

+4,

Virginia;

228 Chesterfield

Hampton

11.3

Road,

Edwards, Edna Faye; Rt.

Betty Joan;

Winchester

1271/2

S.

Braddock

Street,

16, 20, 65, 77, 79, 96, 114,

Franklin ..44, 121

Davis, Betty Rose; 212

Watson

Rt.,

Law38

renceville

135

Edwards, Gaynelle; Rt. Crowder, Maxine Pitlard; Brodna

2,

44, 86, 117, 137

Edwards, Frances Jeanette; Gasburg Davis,

Crowder, Eleanor Frances; Clarksi

Ann; 410 Lee

Field Base.. .37, 107, 117 Darnell, Joan

Cross, Claudette Yvonne;

Rt.

.53

Daniels, Croft,

Anne;

Judith

mond Daniel, N,.rma

Cumberland ._.

Dusinberre, Sara Alice; 434 Pocahontas Street, 53 Norfolk

52, 83

Street, Danville 37

3,

Franklin 22, 73, 95. 112, 113


44

Edwards, Jacqueline Louise; Franlilin Edwards, Jean Talmadge; Rt. Ellerson,

Elsie

Tucker;

Zuni

2,

Richmond Ellington,

38

Road,

Fergusson

5911

53, 84, 87

Mary

Alice; South Hill 110, 111

22, 74, 78, 82, 89, 94, Ellirtt, Elizabetli Carter;

239, Lynch-

Box

Rt. 2,

burg

44

Elliott,

Judith Anna; 912 F..rest Avenue, Rich-

mond

53,84

The

ry.

Carol Lee; Q larters C, N.O.P., Soul' 5 Charleston, West Virginia

Emricli,

Englert,

Marian Gertrude; Columbia

Epps, Roselyn Elaine; Wakefield Evans, Fay Letcher; 3908

53, 95

Walmshy

mond

B'vd.. Rc'--

44, 86, 100, 102

4413

Elinor Covington; Arlington

Everett,

Faggert, Bettv Jane;

9th

S.

Sir

44, 84, 86, 113

Ward;

Faison, Sjzanne folk

148 Dupre Avenue, Nor53, 80, 91, 137

Emily Ann; Hague

Fallin,

Rch-

1511 Y<.ung Street,

mond

ct.

105

44, 65,

44, 83

Norfdk

311 Linden Avenue,

Farless, Joanne;

..

Mrs. Janet Harris, 607 S-cond Avenue. Farmville

Far'ey,

Fe''ha"s, B-rbara Lee; 3033 Moss Sid? Ave-^oe. Richmond 44, 84, 88, 102, 123 Felton, Margaret

Ann; 328

17th Street, Virginia

Beach

22. 75, 76, 123

Newsoms

Ferguson, Elizabeth Anne;

Ferguson, Geneva Lucille; Rt.

1,

53

FarmvMle ..53

Fishback, Shirley Ruth; Lecsburg Fitts,

45

Charlotte Dulin; Cascade ....22, 112. 113

Fit/gerald. Belle Branson;

W. Main

455

Street.

Wytheville izer,

Ah, men!

45, 89

Rebecca Jane; 902 Prospect Aven-e, Pm-

laski

107, 109, 132

36, 38. 65, 85, 96,

Flack, Shelby Jean; Ft. Spring, West Vii

Flvnn, Elba Maria; 1160 Hornet Circle, Newport News 45, 90

Forbes,

Elizabeth

Fuller,

Barman; 26 Woodfin Road.

Warwick

54,

62

Anne Wayne; 340 Virginia Avenue, Dan-

Gary, Lois Anne; Lunenburg

Ann News

Gay,

Lee;

,3011

Peggie Jane;

Funai. Joann Lee;

burg

1509 Linden Avenue, Lynch45

Box

Rt. 2,

Hampton

311,

54,

50,

Francisco, Martha Susan;

86

Beaver Da

G

Gillchrest,

Galley, Nancy Hathaway; nue. Colonial Heights

Garner,

Carolyn

Faye;

330 Royal Oak Ave54, 95

908

9lh

Street,

504 Forest Street, 54, 65

54

Franklin, Marguerete Helen;

Monroe .38,

Friend, Sarah Hurt; Dr,

Rose Mae; Petersburg

Frost,

1730

31,

W,

71,

Garner, Suzanne Alexandria

Ayres;

810 Boulevard

Joyce Mae;

Arlington

Chatham

113

View.

45,

54, 87

Washington

Garnett. Grace Carter;

Linda liamsburg

Garrison,

.\nn;

Rice

313

Patricia;

2.

Dugspur

Goble, Martha Caroline; Box

Whynona; Box

3,

282,

\int.m ....113

Grundy ....38

23 S.

B

.undarv,

54,

Rt.

Street,

Pauline; Ballsville

Goad, Nita Belle; Rt.

Wil-

Go..dman, Herbert Hindle; berland

RFD

1.

Box

1,

Box

29,

Cum23

69, 91, 102

Gouyer, Mary Constance: Rt. Garst, Shirley

Franklin 54

Nelson

N.

119

St.,

38

B..x 79.

1.

630

68. 74, 75, 87, 107, 115

Gills, Virginia

Goff, C.dleen 75,

54

Alta-

Vista

Franklin, Dorothy Gayenell; Martinsville

Albemarle Avenue,

4.59

Gear, Rosalie Rosencrance; Rustburg .....54, 90 Gerald, Nettie Jane; Rt.

Mary Anne;

Newport

Avenue,

45

Gavhart, Sara Stafford; Staunton

Courtland

Forward, Mary Virginia; 9 West Chestnut Str-et.

Foster,

54, 79

West

45, 102, 117

ville

Fuller.

An

Foote, Martha Lee; Box 42.

312 Hawthorne Street, 45

Fudge, Charlotte Ann; Covington

112,

Salem

3,

Madison Heights


Mary

ely.

Ringguld

Laiirin:

45. 123

Harnsberger. Jacqueline L..u: 11 Cliffside Drive,

Lur Carolvn Elouise:

Rt.

38, 62 Griffin, Betty

Colonial Heights 72, 86. 100, 102, 101

ville,

.301

South Main Street, Law-

Anne

Willis: 4320 Skyline Drive,

Nancy Lea: 2341 York Road, Roanoke

Knox-

42, 45, 85, 111

45, 54

Ann Hope; 705 North Boulevard, Richmimd 54. 90, 95

Hart. Griffith,

Mary En

Box

Buffalo.

146.

S..uth

Cutshaw Avenue,

.3920

Richmond

55,

90

45, 109

Jane: Wilmington

Tennessee

Marion Carol;

Hepler, Harris, Judith Lee: renceville Harris,

Griffith,

Henry, Mary Alice; Spout Spring

.,S4

1.

Herre, Virginia Evans; Lightstreet Road, Blooms55, 87 burg, Pennsylvania

Hershberger, Beverly Evelyn: layne Avenue, Richmond Hill,

Anne

Chamber-

4205

55

Davis; Brodnax

Carolina Hart.

Hazel -Marie;

Richmond

HacUorth. Sarah Cleman: Halifax

.....54.

Janice

Lee:

82

The

tliing.s

Hall. Evelvn

we

Box

Hartis, Hilda Ann; Rt. 1, Bassett 23, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 120, 121

Hines, Jean Spotswood; Gladys

24, 86.

102. 104,

105

45, 86

Rt.

Ele

6.

Lvnchbur 38,

Eleanor Grey;

102

51

R..seland

45, 82, 86

Hite, Rita Yev,.nne; Clarksville

H,.bbs, Jeanne Lynch:

Rt. 7.

Roanoke

21

89

Mattiejoan:

Rt.

1,

Appomattox

Hogge, Elizabeth Curtis;

38, 67, 74, 78, 85,

107

f

Hamp-

Terrace Road.

7

55

ton

did.

Finks; Dublin Road. Polaski

RFD

Hamlett. Ellen Elizabeth,

1,

....

85.

10>

Rice ..45, 113

Harvey,

M.dly

Ann:

1840

Westover

Roanoke

.38,

Avenue.

67, 75,

Hammn.k. Mrs. Ann

Southall;

Hamner, Anne Elizabeth

Worsham

197,

Hawthorne, Mary Ellen, Rt.

1.301

15, 83, 120

S.

3,

Sewell's Point 38, 87, 133

Hardy. Shirley Anne; Indian Valley, Covington 45

Ma

Farm, New

Athlone

Carter:

45

Ann;

.335

Huntington

85

Hueter, 2.

Box

101. Chester 38, 74, 85

Hayes, Virginia Ann; Wbaleyville Heflin. Anita Louise; 321 Myrtle Street,

Lawrenceville

...55

45.83,89

45

Ashland 91

Jacqueline;

Chesapeake

1105

Avenue

Hamptcm Hughes, Mavbelle Lee; wick Hughes,

Nancy Grasty:

.5:

8

Road.

Shirley

Wa -

102

7th

Street,

lottesville

Hulvey, Cliristie Lou; Fort Defiance

Henderson. Carolyn LaVonne; Saltville

Char46 46, 113

23

Hundley, Mary Daws.m: 1009 Pennsylvania Ave-

401 St. Christopher Road.

90

1,

Blvil..

51.

.38

5t,

Hubbard. Nancy Lee; Rt.

Hudnall. Margaret Ann; Mila Shirley

Roanoke

5,5,

Harb.we. Betty Jane; Troy

Barman. Frances Lee; Richmond

War 55

Street,

Glasgow

Kenbridge.38. 95

Courtland ..51

Hayes. Leora; Rl.

Man-en. Diane FranceRoad. .Norfolk

..55

ond Street,

.55

Howell, Margaret

Hayden. Hanks, Hazel Lee; Robby

Ha

Avenue,

100, 102, 103, 104, 105

Hancock, Patricia Ann; Box

.501

Hawkes, Lucy Anne: 509 East Virginia Avenue. .54, 95 Crewe Hawkins, May Margaret; Lebanim

38,

Glady

Elizabeth;

5

38

Virginia

1201

Jane;

Norton

Mary

Hopkins. Alma Jean; wick

Howard, Bette Sue: 507 Mulberry

Rockfish

;

.50,

Holland.

111

Hauptman, Shirley Mae; 201 Boyd Avenae. Winchester

Patsy

Av

Hint.m, Virginia Lee; Browns Store ....45, 83

N

676, Ellerson 54

38.

Hamner,

First

Carolyn Rebecca: Gladys

Hi)

v.

Rt. 2,

McCraw: 313

Hillsman, Josephine

95

Hart, Lucia Ellen; 220 E. Liberty Street, York, South Carolina 54, 87

Woodland Avenue.

1022

38.

;

Norton

Street,

78. 84. 95

Winchester Hale. Carrie Evelyn

Craig

23,

Hartmann. Haden. Jean Stuart; Goochland ..45. Haines.

204

1711 Grove Avenue, .54, 62, 102

Grvmes. Roberta Pearson:

llender-^on. Sally

Elizabelh; Saltville .....55. 95

nue, Suffolk

24, 76, 96, 106, 118, 119


Hundley, Mrs. Nancy Warlmann; Mimeta 24, 81

folk

ton

24,

9,5,

Hutchinson, Mary Josephine; Keller

122,

123

s,

..

,

81, 89

,

Nancy Roanoke

mes,

Hutson, Frances Carol; Cascade

.-39,

86

Montross

:

Hamilton

1261

Ja

Blackslone

RFD

Nancy Virginia;

n,

1,

Terrace,

25,85,95

RFD

Oakton

1,

55, 88

Kuhn, Madelyn Loretta; 2302 Kenmore Road, Richm.md ..46, 63, 84, 86, 100, 102, 103, 105 Kuyk, Janet Cowling; 1229 Westminster Avenue,

Richmond

Martha

Camden

108, 109

K Karicofe, Jane Campbell:

46, 69,

80, 84, 87

Road,

L

46, 119

Lancaster, Harry Farmville

Street,

Skipwith .,25

16, 24, 77,

Krehbiel, Katharine Marie;

Ma

Patricia

Lewis: 2409 Greensboro, North Carolina

Nancy Cummins: 619 South Main

Kratzsch, Helen Gloria; 115 Chesapeake Avenue, 46 Newport News

25, 77

Waynesboro oyner,

Inge,

69,

.39,

Mary Foxwell

mes,

38, 71, 75,

74, St

Ann: 1200 Cricketl Court, Nor

Le

ines,

Hamp-

Hunt, Jnyce Dean; 305 Old Point Avenue,

Alton

.55,

90

Venable;

Lash. Carol Frances;

High

108

Street.

512 23rd Street, Virginia

Beach Kelly, Celestia Carolyn

Jackson, Geo

Mabrey; 312 Jackson Avenue,

Lexington

36,

63, 67, 75,87, 115

.39,

James, Mary Lula; Easlville

39, 81

Kelsey. Helen Beth: Rt.

2.

.55

55

Hurt

:

Lee, Shelva Jean

Farmville

.

.

.39,

65, 79

Boykins

;

Nancy Lou;

Lenz,

.56

Warwick Road, War-

809

wick

Kemp, Mildred

Shirley; 220 Pear Avenue,

69, 86, 123

t.m

46, 63, 67

HampLeon-Gomez, Celina; Ave Cncordia, Tegucigalpa,

Honduras

.55

Kent. Sara Elizabeth; .3906 Park Avenue, RichBetty Lou:

Jeffers.m,

Forest Street, Dan2.5, 77

1211

ville

the places

25, 39. 64. 71. 72. 74, 97, 106, 107, 118, 119, 136

41-Ot Carv

Road, Richmond

Street

Kestcrson. Glenna Jean: Greenville

.39.121

Mary Anne: Box

783, Pulaski 46. 85, 90, 95. 113

Loretta

May; 2600

Terrett

Alexandria

N,.rma

Louise;

Rt.

Box

1.

291,

83

Ann Mae;

Lb.yd.

55, 95.

103

Farnham

;

Handsom

RFD

Johnson, Shirley Anne:

Lee;

.39

1,

Ellyson

Avenue,

South .56,

.30

L..hr.

82

Warwick

River Road.

90

Mary Jane; Hood 104, 105, 117

102. 103,

119 Chestnut Street. Suf46, 86, 95

RFD

Londeree, Virginia Lee;

1,

Box

41, Scotts-

.

King, James Skelt.m: Rt.

2,

Keysville

Victo

Lr.uhoff,

King, Mrs. Naomi Cumbia; Chula

Te

1506

401

39. 99. 100.

King, Florence Dora; folk

Johnson, Carolyn Ritter

Lee;

Martha Jane;

Plymouth Place, Lynch-

.3.505

Virginia

Janet Boston

56,

King, Carol Catherine: 220 West Riverside Ave55, 90, 95 nue, Covington

burg

Johnston,

117

Llovd,

Ports-

mouth Jeter,

Avenue,

46, 69,

Kilmon. Clifton David; Coles Point Jenrett.

Lewis. Annie Leigh

46. 63, 84, 96, 119

Kestcrson,

Jennings,

Leonard. Gail Alden: 1406 Chowan Road. Richmond 36. .39, 75, 84, 123

we went.

Elizabeth Jeanette;

Jenkins,

mond

...

Winnie Hope; Greenwood

39, 69, 73, 87

Lowe, Eunice Carolyn; 1212 Forest Street, Dan-

Roanoke Jones,

King, Phoebe Douglas: Avignon Drive, Bon Air 46, 120

Annie Kate; New Canton

Jones, Carolyn Page:

Alberta

Jones, Jacqueline Lee:

219

S.

Winchester

King. Roberta Sue:

..

Loudoun

148

Wood

Avenue, Danville 25, 77, 120

Lucado, Frankie Mae:

Briarcliff Place,

Adams Avenue, Alexandria

Street.

55 46. 67

Ports-

56

Lucas, Marjorie; 205

56, 69, 87, 110, 111

King, Virginia Leigh: Elbe Lucas.

Jones, Joan Knight: Montross

1

mouth

Klohr. Ella Harriet; Bena

,

Marlene

Roanoke

Esta:

932

Howbert

Avenue.

26, 75, 77, 85


and the people we met.

38 E.

Luck. Geraldine Garland; Avenue. Hampton Lush,

Anne Gregory;

Southampton 46,

119

39

Burkeville

M McAden, Cvnthia

Macon, Evelyn Eloise; 1110 burg

Griffin Street,

Lynch-

26, 65, 72. 74,

Maddox, Mary Ann; Naruna .Magnusson. Har.dd King. Rt.

127

39, 86

1,

Meeks, Catherine Oceana

Franklin

Elizabeth;

Street, 46, 82, 95

Manlove, June Temple;

118

1609

Confederate

Oakdale Terrace,

Hart:

Arlington

1818

S.

State

Farm

Arlington

46

McCray, Georga Lee: Millboro

McDowell, Beverly Ann; Oakhill Road, Peters56 burg McGaffee, Shirley Yvonne; Cedar Bluff

2911

Chamberlayne

Elizabeth

Anne;

56,

802

Donaghe

84

Street,

Staunton

46, 90

87

Miller,

46, 78,84,86, 121

Miller,

.56,

Mann. Jean Conway

;

Kathryn Rebecca: Box 416,Elkton

27, 110

Road,

Marshall, Jacquelin Dianne: 3.36 Cedar Street. Suffolk 39. 67. 69. 7.5. 111. 132

.56

Margaret Ruth; Portsmouth

Norma

Road.

Marshall. Violet Hclene; 1035 Hanover Avenue. Norfolk 56. 91. 95

Line Blvd.,

1910 Air

39, 67, 69

Elizabeth; Box 91, Crozet ....56

Miller. Rubinette Rose; Rt. 2. Forest

Vlinson,

Marshall, Lois Madelii

McGlothlin. Thelma Maxine; Box 373, Richlands 46, 86

Avenue,

26, 65, 76, 77, 118, 119

Suffolk

Mann, Betty

Indiana

39

Meredith, Nell Pendleton; Avenue, Richmond

Miller,

McConaghy, Margaret Ann: Street, Richmond

213

Green Bay .... Miller,

South Hili

Ann:

Louise Elizabeth; Norfolk

Mitchell. Barbara

.3720

Vaughn; Catalpa

ham

27. 96.

.

.,56.

79. 89

Creek 27

Little

Drive. Chat100. 116, 117

McKinney, Shirley Jean; 29 Bishop Road, West 39, 86

Hartford, Connecticut

Martin. Pollvanna; 1107 Bedford Avenue. Lynch-

burg

McLaney, Mary Jane;

.5801

N. 5th Street. Arling-

Mason, Robert Montgomery; Keysvilh-

ton

McLawhorn. Nancy Helen; 1104 W. Highland 113

Avenue, Norfolk

Masters, Mrs. Nancy Tanley: Place, Newport News

1.501

Marshall

26, 72, 73, 97, 106, 116. 117. 131, 1.32, 136, 98

McLemore, Roanoke

Patricia Walker:

1926 Carter Road, 7.5, 80, 114, 115

26, 74,

McMillan, Margaret Anne; Wealthia

McNeal, Shirley Jean:

124

Chesterfield

Road, 56

Hampton Maas, Beltye

Belle;

1619

Center

Roanoke Macfarlane.

Richmond

Hill 39.

Marv

Parke:

406

Drive. Ill

8.5.

Maple Avenue,

M.ihler. Lucille Virginia: Rt. 4. Lexington

.56.

..39.

Montgomery, Ann Elaine: Box

Chatham 56

376.

73, 109

Moore. Bonnie Jean; 203 Lewis Avenue, Salem 39,

Mattox, Teressa Ann; Rt.

5.

Danville

90

Moncure. Jewel Mason: Blackstone.

Moore, Emily Henrietta; Norfolk

111

1472 D. Irwin Street. 39

Maxey, Alice Josephine; Ransons

79.

Mayo, Mary Elizabeth; Crittenden

46, 121

Gloucester Court House 56

Road,

Morgan, Patricia Ann; 7609 Gleneagles Road,

103

Moore, Sylvia Louise;

M ays,

Barbara

Elf.n;

6001

Brookfield

Richmond Meadows, Carolyn Virginia; Box

39, 63,

123

563, Richlands .56,

90

Norfolk

Morgan, Virginia Elizabeth; Emporia

109

RFD

1,

Box

24,


fir/j^

made

college life gay.

Morris, Durc.thy Jean; 125 Mistletoe Drive, War27, 63, 74, 77, 95, 105, 122, 123 wick

Morris,

Mistletoe

125

Louise:

Jeanette

Warwioli Morrissett,

Drive.

46, 81, 89,

Howard: East

Tliiril

Street,

123

Northington, Helen Anne; Pleasant Street, South 47, 82 Hill

Nurnev,

Corbitt;

Phyllis

Smithfield 40, 67, 75, 111

214,

Bo.\

....'

408

Street,

19tli

Virginia 113

27, 112,

Beacli

Moschler, Nellie Sue; Box 174, Chatham .....39

Oakes, Betty Jean: Rt.

Oakey,

2,

Box

Wilburn;

Caroline

74, Danville

1818

Avon

.

.

.28

Road, 56

Roanoke

Obenchain, Virginia Lee: 2512 Avenham Avenue, Moseley, Jean Carol; Blackridge

40.

HI

Elsie:

47, 84

Parker, James Wall.r: Rt.

Bette

Vaughn

;

304

Maney

Drive,

War

Roanoke

40,

Ogliurn, George Edwin: Rt.

2,

Crewe

3,

56

Parrott, Jean Early; Standardsville ....47, 113

Mary Agnes; Selma

47

73

nil Rockbridge

Street.

University

Circle,

Covington

Fa

Waveny Road,

505

Lee;

Richmond

Patterson, Phyllis Marie;

Ogden, Carole Jo

RFD

Barbara

Parkinson,

123

69, 8'

Murray, Mary Belle:

Farmvilh- ..40, 73

1.

Parker, Patricia Louise; 921 20th Street, Newport 47, 132 News

Patterson, r,

Rock Road, Rich-

6015 Broad

mond

Parker, Jean Carol: 300 Center Street, Emporia 28. 62, 63, 65, 72, 75, 76, 77, 104, 108, 109, 128

Fa

ville

Morse, Audrey Lee:

Pannell,

Esmont

Patton, Frances Helen; Rt.

4.

Box

315,

Roanoke .56,85

OXeary, Noel Kathleen:

.32

56, 88, 91

Charlottesville

O^Malley,

Naugle, Katherine Lucille: Rt. Nelson, Catherine ScotI stone

;

3,

Blackstone 46

Sally Reidsville, N.C

Anne:

28, 65,

71,

94 32nd Street, Newport News 73, 74, 75, 80, 118, 119, 137

72,

Newcomb, Mrs. Beverly Taylor: Avenue, Roanoke

24.32

Guilford

1,

ston

Box

273. Sand28, 110, 98, 111

Overton, Sylvia Lovelace;

Halifax

28, 77, 78, 83,

3.

Norfolk

Prospect

Carol:

Heights,

47. 121

47 Pulaski 47, 85

86,95

Pearce, Virginia Lee: Rt. :

3.

Suffolk

47

320 Fillmore Street, Peters47, 71

burg

Warsaw

137

346 55th Street, Newport

News

Peoples. Gavie Lesh

Packelt, Peggy Lucille:

Alta56

56,

Paxson. Shirley Ann: Rt.

Peach. Barbara Ann;

100, 102, 103, 104, 105. 109

Nichols, Margaret Marodith; 1402 Bellevue Avenue, Richmond 56, 84. 87, 91

Northern, Frances Catheryn; Lively

1116 8th Street,

115

Owen, Audrey Mayes: Sedley 40,

Anne;

Paxson, Bonnie Dee: 4410 Providence Road. Nor-

Payne. Joan

.28, 79, 120, 121

Noel, Eugene: 906 8th Street, Altavista

Vista

Patricia ...;

folk

Prospect

Oshourne, Shirley Louise: Rt.

Nelson, Nancy:

Drive.

47

105 Bird Road, Black109

Nelson, Louise Milhourne; Coles Point 27, 83. 89

Fillman

1219

Patton,

Persinger, Bettv Jean: 128 Prospect Street, Cov29, 120 ington

Pancake, Elizabeth Weber: Romney, West Vir89

Person, Rochelle Jean;

Boykins

57


Anne: Cismont

Phelps. Vi

Rickman,

..29,

Barbara

Y.,ung:

.309

Pine

Farmville

Tappahaninock

Phillips. Catherine Eugeniae:

.81.

Phillips, Charlotte Caroline;

,.

121

1435 Greystone Terrace,

Winchester 47

Rustburg

Quarles, Nancy Redd;

Picinich,

Mary Beth; 2422 Floyd

.\venule. Rich-

Picinich,

\ancv Jane: 2422 Flovd

.\ventle. Rich-

47, 94, 100,

105, 109

Quick, Joyce Gail; 1418 Greystone Terrace, Winchester 16. 30, 97, 122

57

Street,

30, 76, 95

Mary Rebecca;

Riddick,

Box

35,

Corapeake,

North Carolina Riddle,

,57

Nancy Lee: 130 Fuller

Amy

Riggins.

Ruth;

Danville 40

Street,

Hamp-

304 Beach Road,

48

ton

mond

29, 81,

120

Betsy

Radcliff,

Anne; 412

Carlisle

Way, Nor-

3201

Hanes Avenue.

Richmond

47, 84, 119

Raiford. Barbara Anne: Railey.

Pomeroy, Annie Lou

Pomerov.

Joyce

Quinton

:

Robertson,

Iv

Front 29

Route,

Roval'

84

Mary Eleam.r: Franklin

48,88

Hamp-

Robins, Marcia Lee; 404 Colonial Avenue,

Naimo Jane: Newso

.47, 121

Star

Eileen;

Avondale Avenue,

1.326

Richmond

folk

Florence:

Esther

Pollard.

Roadcap, Jean Evelyn:

ton laine.

Frances Blunt: 71 Randolph Road. War-

wick

47. 71, 94. 123

57

Rogers, Betty lington

Pal:

N.

Wayne

Street,

124 N.

Wayne

Street,

124

Ar40, 117

Edna Elizabeth Pond. Ann Jacqueline: 121 Lee Avenue, Colonial Heiohts ,47, 86

Rogers,

Raymond. Sue Barber:

Rt. 2, Bristol 30, 85, 104,

,

Pond, Barbara Lee:

82,5

Westover Aveniue, Nor-

Powell, Audrey Nolen

:

Roller, Barbara

29, 76, 77, 82,

Rnlston, Rector, Dorothy Louise: lington

Halifax 9,5,

632 N. Ivy Street. Ar40.

120, 121

Mary

Alice:

3213

EUsvvorth

Street,

Roanoke

47. 119

Reynolds.

George Ann:

113y2

Povs-ell.

Patricia

Anne; Box

25, Wakefield 47, 95

Jamaica

Mary

Louise;

Madisonville

57

Prillaman, Suzanne: Howertons Puckett, Jeanette:

Rustburg

47,

40,

121

86,

102

Rhodes.

Ivy

Christine;

Rt.

We

threw snowballs

in the winter.

47

57

Ellen:

2.529

Rountree.

1,

R..salind

Coggin Street, Peters-

Mary Frances: Crozet

Wilma Anne: Aurella;

RFD

1.

Kinsale

...57. 69. 90

Smithfield

.57,

91

....48, 83, 102

Av Ruckman, Elizabeth Lacv; 3406 Park Avenue, Richmond 57, 84

Roanoke Richardson, Betsey Road. Richmond

187.S

48, 88

R..senkrans.

R.)we, Evelyn Sallie

Highland

burg 57

Boswell,

RichardM.n. Nancy Elizabeth: Pulley, Joyce Ruth, Rt. 3, Suffolk

48, 82, 119

Lee Avenue,

6

Springs

Linden Avenue.

29, 83

Rice, Price,

Deane; Clover

Ellen;

Rose, Arleen June:

Suffolk

Powell, Phyllis Marnv:

Sue

73

Virginia; Bristol. Ve Povi-ell,

Ar57

Reamy, No

57

folk

Bobbie Jo;

lingt.m 120, 121

1028

Ridge 48, 84.

B,.x 216.

Top 123

Grundv 57,

103

Ruffin, .Marion

Bruce; Tunstall .,40, 71, 87, 115

Ruppert, Jane Garthright: 1202 Skipwith Road. Richmond 57


Rheta Davidson; Clarksville

Russell,

W

Anderson: Sutherlin

Russell, Virginia

40, 105,

Shackelford, Betty Jane; nial Heights

Rt.

Box

1,

222, Col..-

Ann; Telegraph Road ence Lane, Alexandria

Shaffer, Elizabeth

LaWana;

Rutland, Frances

Snyder,

Elizabeth

40, 86

Anne:

Route

30

Scottsville

Flor-

St

48

Shcppard, Margaret Christine; Rice

40

Sheppard, Shirley Ann

48

Soghoian, Florence Marie;

Han.iver Avenue. 64, 65, 84. 87

.3211

Richmond

18,

merville, Cora Alice: 21.32

Park Lane, Rich.58. 84

ond

Arden Elizabeth; 376 Water

Sadler,

57

Shifflette,

ardsville

RFD

Rice

Evelyn Mae; 217 Ford Avenue. Stan57

Box 184-D, War-

1,

30, 78, 86, 95, 112,

Anna Mae: Warsaw

Sanders,

;

Street, Poca-

hontas

Salmon, Wilma Ann; wick

Winchester

2,

40, 99, 100, 102, 103, 101, 105. 109

HI

113

31, 77, 83, 120, 121

Spain, Silcox,

Barbara O'Leen

Silcox, Carolee: 2612

:

Clintwood

King

Street,

Daisy

Jane;

310

W. Sycamore

Chase City

Roanoke

....

113

48,

Saunders, Rita Jeanne: 4916 Evelvn Byrd Road, 42, 48, 84. 87, 115 Richmond

Southern, Barbara Ann; 737 Queen Avenue, Roanoke 31, 66, 67, 73, 75

Simmons, Belty Jeanne; Oceana

57, 81

Spencer. Betty Ray; 4007 M.mitor Drive,

Street. 48, 95

Suffolk

Simmons,

Lillian

Irene:

Putney

406

Spencer, Biliye Karen: Box 83, Tazewell 112, 113

Street.

Farmville

Spindler.

Box

Frances Wills.,n:

26,

Hampden-

Sydney Sawyer, Alice Cornelia; Rt.

1,

Hamp-

58, 88. 95

l,m

.31,

Ann Cromwell. 206 Chestnut

Savedge,

Street,

48, 82, 89

32, 76

Simpson, Patricia Anne; Prospect

Hickory

Spruhan. Beltv Jeanne: 319 Burwell Street, Salem Scarborough, Betty Francis; Capron

Simpson, Pocahontas; Prospect

.58,

85

.58.

95

16, 31, 66, 74, 75, 78, 112, 113

Sisson,

Barbara Ann,

Scott,

Rt.

Mary Stewart

;

Shawsville

Spurgeon, Jo Ann: Chilhowie

Box 224. Norfolk

2.

48,

103

Slusher,

Walter

Lewis:

Langdon

1812

Road.

Stables, Frederick

Muring:

RFD

2,

Crewe

R..anoke

Fannie Hawthorne, 341 Oak Street, Norton

Scott,

40, 71, 74, 75, 115

Smith, Anne Meade: Madison Smith,

Scott, Janie. Rt. 2, Smithfield 31, 74, 77, 79, 112,

113

Carolyn

Fay:

1408

57

Palmyra

Richmond

Carolyn Faye: 641 Tennyson Avenue, Winchester 32. 63, 69, 74, 75, 77, 90, 97, 114, 115

Stanley,

Avenue.

48. 84, 115

Staples,

Bettv

Jane;

713 Graves

ington

57, 102

Smith, Helen Watts. 205 Piedm.mt Street. Or48 ange

Stephens,

Sarah

Wilhoit;

3

University

Charlottesville Seibel,

Martha Louise; Rt.

1,

Box

54.

31, Self,

Shirley

Setchel,

Ann

;

and bakeil

72,

77,

Farnham

Irma Mae; Spring Grove

in tlif

79

Smith. Leslie Ann; 205 Piedmont Street. Orange 48, 123

57

Sm,.ot, Grace Virginia:

Roanoke

57, 79

sun in the summer.

Street,

Char123

32, 95,

lottesville

Linda Carol: 306 Maryland Avenue, Cov-

Scott,

Stephenson. Berle Kent: 109

mond

S.

Court, 58

Boulevard. Rich84

Elliston

Sniegon, Virginia Ann; Box 326, West Point

.

.57

Stinson. Pauline Jeanette: nue, Danville

122 Mancliesler Av 58.'


Christmases came and went,

Stnneman. Camlini- Duvall; 2914 Chamberlayne Avenue, Rirhmond 48. 71, 84, 115 Stradlev. Eleanor nue. Roanoke

Rhodes:

1927 Bluemont Ave49, 86

Th.imas. Ann Blackstone

While:

1022

Main

Soulli

Street

Vestal, Jeanne;

Route

RFD

Thomas, Betty Ruth;

58, 91

La

1,

w

Thomas, Dorothy Anne; 2919 Chamberlayne Ave-

Nancy Jane; 802

Striplin,

First

Avenue, Farm-

nue,

Richmond

49,

84,

123

49,63, 113

ville

Box A, Princess Anne

1,

49, 42, 95

Wagner, Nancy Vaughan; 141 Hyde

No

Street,

folk

Mrs. Elizabeth, Blackstone Strother. June Sherwood; Colonial Heights

119 Marvin .58,

Avenue.

88, 91, 132

Th<.mas.

Ellen

Ellis,

North

211

Broad Street,

Canrle

Stroupe,

Elaine:

713

Academy

Salem

Street.

58. 85.

137

Thomps.m, Doris

Thompson, Sara Alice; 1406 Wentbridge Road, Richmond Thrift, Mildred

Route

2,

'

Disputanta 49. 86, 120

lington Tilson, Sally Belle;

Ar32, 102, 104, 106, 114. 115 Street,

Bland

58,

Dorothy Anne; 258-A View Avenue, Nor41,

90

T Nancy Lee; 207 20th

St..

Virginia Beach

Trader. Jacquelyn Elizabeth;

Oak

Hall.

2,

Box

291, Suffolk

59

Danville 40

2,

.

.

95

Walton, Patricia Ann; 305 Fudge Street, Coving59,89 ton

Ward, Carolyn Jewel: R..ute Tompkins, Kathrvne Venable; Route

Taylor,

58

Walker, Virginia Board: 1300 Fifth Street, Aha-

W^allace, folk

Anne; Vi

Thwing, Lucy Blakeslce; 4534 19th King:

Charles City 98

2,

.33, 62, 65, 72, 99, 100, 101, 103, 104, 129,

Walker, Mary Weston: Buffalo Junction

Sutherland, Mildred; Box 594, Clintwoo

Shirley

.

Loui.

Sutherland. Elizabeth Clay; Sutherland

Sylvester,

Waitman, Helen Marie; Route .

40, 119

Suffolk

.58. 81

Ward, Jean Evelyn: 3726 Benton Avenue, Rich41,86 mond

.32

Turner. Laura Louise: Route

1.

Taylor, Sue Sturgis: 7409 Three Chopi Rd.. Richmond 58. 65. 84 ver,

Teel.

Marv Lee; 1314 Oxford

Place. Charlottes-

ville

Smithfield

.... 40, 117

Barbara Joyce; 205 Shelton Avenue, Nor49, 121

f.dk

33, Isle of

Palms, South 105

33, 100, 104,

Ward, Mary Ann: 410 Oldtown

Street,

Galax

33, 62, 77, 85. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 108.

109. 98

.58

Temple, Elizabeth Ann: 202 Senaca R.,ad, Rich-

mond

Ward, Joan Marie; Box Candina

u

Ward. Shirley Anne; Route

,58

3,3,

4,

Box

240,

Roanoke

65, 68, 72, 73, 75, 122, 123, 131, 98

Upson, Sue Coburn; WellviUe Tennison, Shirley Ann: Box 34, H.dland Terrell,

Margaret Ann; S.,uth Hill

Warner, Phoebe Ann; 2419 Stanley Avenue, Roan33, 69, 75, 76, 85, 122, 123 oke 40, 89

Warren. Vera Moonyeen: 1150 23rd Thacker, Anne Marie; Box 44, Disputanta

...58

Vaden, Dorothy Christine:

Thaxton, Anne Minter: -Cabin on the Hill," South Boston 32, 69, 76, 77, 82, 86, 134

.57

Garland Street,

port

News r,

Vanlandingham,

Street,

New59,

33, 62, 72, 75, 129, 98

Danville Billie

Ann;

158

Wa

Helen Page

;

Amelia

41, 62, 64, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75,

69


and so did some

of us.

Ann Codwyn:

Watkins.

137 Alpine Drive, Dan34, 116. 117

ville

Whited, Betty Joyce; Honaker

59

Winfree, Charles Glackst.me

304

Lorraine:

Street,

Fifth

Whitehead, Barbara Ann: 910 Pecan Point Road,

Watsen. Kalherine Graham: Route ows

1,

Max Mead-

42. 49, 69, 103

N',irf(dk

59, 85

Wilbourne, Shirley Mae; Clarksville. 73, 80, 82

Winn, Marjorie Marie: Route Wolfe, Patricia Car.d; 3905

.

Waugaman, Carolyn;

RFD

Wealherhohz, Jacqueline Ann; 506 North Street, Winchester 41, 74, 123 Weaver, Annie; Madis.m

Willard.

Joan;

Ellen

Route

Rural

2.

Willhide, Shirlev 59, 81, 119

Meade; 606 Temple Avenue. Em-

poria

49, 71,

89

34,

88

Webb, Marion Osborne; Manakin

Webb, Nancy Sheryl; Route

Williams.

41

Barbara

Lee:

1843

4.

4,

Roanoke

41.

Williams. Carolyn Lea; 1416

.34.

;

Pamplin

35, 108

Marv Champh.n; 6315 Ridgeway Road. .59. 84 Richm.md

Williams,

1.

Wavcrly

94,

100.

109

307

Summit

Williams. Roberta Farmville

Third

611

Scott;

59

W.

Princeton Circle. 49 59

Woolton. Lucy Lee: Enonville

RFD

Ann:

Worrell, Patricia

1,

Courtland ...59

Worthington, Margaret Barlow; Rockv Mount.. 35. 70. 72. 73, 74, 75, 85, 96, 114

Wright. Marv Ann:

2005 Timberlake Avenoe.

Richmond

41, 63, 95, 121

Wright. Portsmouth

Sylvia

Wvman.

Hope;

Augusta

1318

Avenue. 49, 113

Carole Gavnelle: 6406 Watson Avenue. 49

Richmond

Wheeler, Elizabeth Ann; Charlottesville

Dora Elizabeth:

4.

Suffolk

....59.

79

.-19.

Ann; 2917 Buckingllam

90. 95. 113

Nor-

124 Stribling Avenue. 49, ,59. 90

Wilson.

1305

Wilson, Sarah McLean, 600 Prince Henry Avenue, Hopewell 35, 73

Hampton

Briarfield 59.

;

Avenue.

Y Route

Wilson. Elizabeth Anne: Raphine

Ann

Woodh..-sc. Ann Tucker; 15 Lynchb.irg

Wilson

Yancey. Jean Audrey;

RFD

2.

Skipwith

59

Street. Peters,

burg

White, Gwendolyn

103 49

Jo.Anne: Rock Castle

1,

34. 74. 79. 86

Wills. Janice Evelyn;

White,

49, 78, 95

Aylett

49. 84,

Aha Ann;

95. 102,

Aylett

;

West, Betty Jane; Route

Wheeler,

84

95

62. 72, 75, 104. 108. 109. 130

Wendenburg. Sara Lou

90

Glen Allen ...95

Bedford

W

Laburnam Avenue. .59,

Williams, Joan

Wendenburg, Ann Carter;

Road

Arlington

Williams, Frances Mae: Creeds

May; Route

.59.

Wood, Jane McCall; Wingina

Ann; 3511 Greenland Avenue.

Roanoke

Richmond

Wells, Elsie

Retreat 41, 102

59

Webb, Ellen Ann; Wardtown Elsie

lington

Danville ...79

13th Street, Ar-

3,

Wilder, Helen Louise; 819 Capitol Landing Roid. Williamsburg 41, 62. 102. 103, 104, 105

Webb,

2,

S.

Road. 91.

137

59

J..

Winder, Dolores Norfolk

White. Jacquelyn Turner: 235 West 32nd Street. Norfolk ..34, 62, 64, 65, 72, 76, 107, 120, 121, 130, 98

Street.

folk

Wilma Kathleen; Bishop

Yates.

Mrs. Carolvn Watson:

Yeatts.

49.

Route

3.

35

ville

York,

86

Far-n-

Flora

Jo;

222

Virginia

Avenue,

Vinton 49. 113

Ann; 2004 Virginia Avenue.

z

49. 69. 88. 100, 103, 121

Windlev, Eleanor Jean; Norfolk

4819 Sharplev Circ'e. 4i, 73. 85

Zich,

Ruth Lang:

m.md

.5413

Dorchester Road, Rich-

59,84


General Contents 163

Acknowledgment Alplia

Kappa Gamma

Alpha Psi Omega

Circus Court

132

72

Colonnade

66

73

Cotillion Club

96

Alpha Sigma Alpha

108

Dedication

Alpha Sigma Tau

110

Delta Sigma Epsilon

Apple Blossom Representative

135

Eastern Shore Club

Archery

102

Faculty and Administration

9

Forward

4

Association of Childhood Education

76

Athletic Association Council

100

Athletic Association Officers

Baptist Student

Union

Beorc Eh Thorn

81

80

99

Freshman Class

51

86

Freshman Commission

91

Freshman History and

50

73

Blazer Awards

112

French Club

103

Basketball

5

101

Officers

Future Business Leaders of America

78

Future Teachers of America

77 94

Canterbury Club

87

Granddaughters Club

Chalimeck Club

82

H,0 Club

105

Chi

98

Hockey

102

Choir

95

Home Economics Club

Time parsed and we grew

older,

79


103

Horseback

64

House Council

148

Index and Register of Students Junior Class

,.=*

Junior History and Officers

Kappa Delta

Rotunda

68

Senior Class

18

Senior History and Officers

16

37

Senior Personalities

131

36

Senior Statistics

140

Sigma Sigma Sigma

118

114

43

74

Sophomore Class

Longwood Library League

81

Sophomore History and

Longwood Players

92

Southwest Virginia Club

85

Kappa

Delta Pi

Officers

42

Madonna

134

Spanish Club

80

May

137

Student Government Association

62

136

Student Standards

65

104

Swimming

103

Court

May Queen

and Maid of Honor

Monogram Club

Newman Club

88

Tennis

102

Northern Neck Club

83

Theta Sigma Upsilon

120

Orchesis

106

VIRGINIAN

70

Panhellenic Council

107

Wesley Foundation

89

Westminster Fellowship

90

President of the College

8

Pi Delta Epsilon

75

Kappa Sigma

116

Pi

Richmond Club

%

Zeta

/,*

it

was hard

to say

goodbye.

Christian Association

^-:.#

^%-

t^t"*^!

't,

-

-

63 122

Tau Alpha

*f

I

and

126

Young Women's

84

•a

Who

Who's

#*#


A

parting view.


Acknowledgments As another year pleted,

we would

Longwood draws

at

to a close

like to express our thanks

and another Virginian has been com-

and appreciation

following without

to the

whose help the 1955 Virginian could not have been published. Mr. T. A.

McCORKLE

for his wonderful assistance and guidance in producing the

1955 Virginian.

LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING COMPANY

for their help in the layout, art work, and

engravings.

C.

W.

WARTHEN COMPANY

ANDRE STUDIO

for

excellent photography.

its

MISS NANCY FOSTER

for printing our book.

for her proof reading

MISS VIRGINIA BEDFORD

and criticism of our

literary material.

for her invaluable suggestions as our art advisor.

THE STUDENT BODY, FACULTY. AND ADMINISTRATION

for their fine sup-

port and splendid cooperation.

THE STAFF

for their hard work, patience and cooperation in

making

the

1955 Vir-

ginian.

We

have presented

to

you memories of

a

happy year

portion of the year each time you open this book,

we

at

shall

Longwood.

If

you

relive a

have accomplished our pur-

pose.

To next

year's

Helen Warriner, and business manager, Fannie

editor,

wish the greatest success and a

staff as loyal

Scott,

we

and competent as our own.

Donnetta

E.

Devine, Editor -inChief

Peggy Worthington, Business Manager

......

163

,..M.,,il,M,l,i,


A

fond farewell.






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