H A C K PUBLISHED ANIVUA1,LY BY THE
C E N T E N A R Y :I
C: 0 L T, E G E
T h e Class of '44's united 'Ti1 the crossroads of our parting ways, T h e green and white is proudly flaunted, As high our colors we do raise. Our hearts shall ever be uplifted I n thanks for her fidelity. And still our voices shall be ringing In praise of C . J. C.
DEDICATION Gracious friendship
. . . cooperating and under-
. . . readiness to help . . . kind consideration . . . genuine sympathy ancl loyalty standing leader
. . . encouraging student activities . . . gracious southern charm .
. . in appreciation of all these
things . . . we respectfully dedicate this our Hack
. . . to our Dean, Miss Hight.
HURSTR OBINS ANDERSON President
You, the members of the class of 1944,and other students who have been pursuing their education in the midst of total war, have been enjoying one of the prized inheritances of a free society. T h e inconveniences of travel, the limitations of rationing, the uncertainties of civilian life in general, have imposed some hardships upon you which you have borne graciously. How fortunate you have been was brought forcibly to your attention in one of our vesper services when Mr. Homer C. Loh, a young ;j
Chinese student from the University of Pennsylvania, told you of the many hardships being endured by your fellow students in China. You have not been forced, as they have, to walk miles to the interior to study in inadequate and temporary buildings. T h e plant and facilities of Centenary have been kept intact, and even improved. You have lived
as nearly a normal peacetime student's life as a country at war can permit. You have shown your appreciation of these opportunities. You have participated i n War Bond and Stamp sales, in Red Cross drives, and other war work. You have pursued your academic work with purpose and devotion. Of your efforts the College has been proud. T h e real test of your appreciation, however, will come following your graduation. You will then have an opportunity to assist in the final stages of this war and in the planning of the peace that is to follow. I n many ways you may pay the debt which your educa~ionhas created. Our hope is that in so doing you will acquit yourselves with distinction, that the guiding motive of your lives will be a service of excellence which is consistent with the true Centenary tradition.
FACULTY President M ARGARET ELLEN HIGHT......
FREDERICK A RTHUR METS .......
.....D i r e c t o ~of Music
M A R Y GERALDINE SHIELDS ....
A LE XANDRI A SPENC
H o m e Economics
ELISE G A RD N E R ...................................
............... OLIVE H. HARING ................
..... Henlth iznd Plzysical Education
HAMILTON G R A H A M DUBOIS..................
FRANK A. LAMOTTE .......................................
Mathematics, German, Spanish .........................Music
ROY J. CREGA HOWARD TIFFANY K N A P P ........... LEILA K. CUSTARD
K U Y L STEWAR
...................... ..... Health
WALTER G. STEWART LLIZABETH
AGNES L. S HEEH AN JEAN
and Physical Education, A m t u r d Science ome Economics
FRANCES E. PECK
V IRGINIA BLISS BLATCHF
CATHERINE M A R IE L
........................................... R ~ J T JH E A NN ETTE RINGLAND :HARI.OTTE
Sfieech and Dramatic Art
sychology, Philosophy and Religion
Art Editors Anne Farrar Betty Dickinson
Faczllty A d v i s o ~ C. Halnmond Blatchforcl
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preszdent Vice Preszdent Secretary Treasurer... . . . . . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms........................
Green and Th7hite
After the Battle - T h e Reward
NANCY BRIERLEY 752 Kearny Avenue Arlington, N. J. DeIta Sigma Sigma, October
Class President, '44; Student Council, '44; Class Dance Comntittee, '43. '44; Class Initiation Conzmittee, '44; Afay court, '43; Sorority Tea Con?rrzittee, '44; Life Saving, '43: Queen o f Hearts, Sol-ority Dance, '44.
"Nance" . . . Sweetheart Queen . . Insignia and picture collector . . Walks up a n appetite . . . \21ho'll p ~ c kup the stitches? . . . You're mocking me!
EVEb%,TxJBAWK 147 f t o b l p ~ ~ Avenue d . GrggrnM, P$. Y :
DOROTHY DEAKIN 150-28 HiIlside Avenue Jamaica, N. Y. 'Theta Epsilon Nu, November 18 Sorority President, '44; Hall Prezident, '44; Student Council, '44; Sorority Activity Committee, '43; Business Mgr. of Guild, '44; Book Club, '44; Tennis Honors, '43; Class Dance Coinnzittee, '43; Initfation Coinmittee, '44; Camera Club, '43; Class Hockey Teatn, '43. "DuH" . . . It's nine-thirty, how about a butt? . . . Benny Goodman . . . Part of a famous trio . . . Quiet on the Hall.
MARTE STRICKLER 3010 Midvale Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Delta Sigma Sigma, December l o Business Manager of Hack, '44; Spilled Ink S t a f f , '44; Class Hockey T e a m , '43, '44; International I2~lntionrClub, '43; Book Clz~b,'44; C h o ? ~'43. , 'qq; Air Raid Warden, '44; Fashion Show, '43; Sofority Ten Committee, '44; Tennis Honors, '43; Calisthenics Honors, '43; Honomry Hockey Team, '43. ' 4 4
John? . . . Navy Air Corps . . It's not getting mly place . . . I'm not the type.
ELIZABETH GLENN 42 Nutman Place West Orange, N. J.
Theta Epsilon Nu, June 4 Editor of Spilled Ink, '44; Vice-President o f Sorority, '44; Vice President of A.A., '44; Book Club, '44; Basketball Manager, '43; Baskrtball Captain. '44; Honorar?, Varsity Basketball Teain, '43, '44; Hockey Team, '43, '44; Honorary Varsity Hockey T e a m , '43; Tennis Honors, '43; Calisthenic Honors, '43; Chairman Inter-Sorority Dance, '41; Class Dance Corn~nittee,'44; Class Song Committee, '44.
"Betty" . . Ranks at the top as a basketball player . . . All those m e n . . . Quiet but not too quiet.
PATRICIA S A I N T GEORGE 303 Roseland Avenue Essex Fells, N. J. Theta Epsilon Nu, June 25 International Relations Clp~b,'43, '44; President, '94; French Club, '43; '44; French Club Secreta?, '43; French Cabaret, '43, '44; Book Club, '44; Modern Dance Honors, '43; Modern Dance Head, '43; Tennis Honors, '43; Hockey Honors. '43; Class Hockey Team, '43; Sorority Dance Comnaittee, '43; Sororiby T e n Committee, '44; Air Raid Warden, '43; Fire Drill Warden, '44; Spilled Ink Staff, '44. Toe-dancer . . . Of all things, J o h n has the mumps! . . . W h a t size is it . . Drawing letters . . . Now I think.
golg - 1531-dStreet Jamaica, N. Y. Theta Epsilon Nu, January
Student Council, '43; Hall President, '43; Camera Club, '43; International Relations Club, '43; '44; Secretary International Relations Club, '44: Freshman Class Hockey Team, '43; Sorority Dance Committee, '43; '44; Class Dance Committee, '43, '44.
"Lynn" . . . Oh, Dear . . Oh, that picture . Hard to knorv, but easy to like . . . Oh, you poor child.
A N N E JEAKNET'TE FARRAR 18 Beechwoocl Road Verona, N. J .
Theta Epsilon Nu, September 6 A.A. Board Treasurer, '44; Hack Board, '44; Handbook Coi?ztnittee, '44; Comw~encementContmittee, '44; Senior Dance Comtnittee, '44; Sorority Dance Committee, '44: Date Bureau Cotnmittee, '44.
"AnQ$e" . . Hey Kids . . . Let's go to Easton . Smooth dancer . . . Creative.
ELNA ANlDA MAYER
1 Melbourne Road Great Neck, L. I., N. Y.
Delta Sigma Sigma, September
Active a t Roanoke College, Va.; Secretary SLUdent Council, '44; Senior Class Hockey Teanz, '44; Treasurer French Club, 'w; Spilled I n k Stafl, 'w; Class Dance Committee, '44; Sorority Dance Conanzittee, '44; Chairman Student Activity Committee, '44; Centenary Players, '44; Handbook Committee, '44; French Cabaret, '4.
"Chrys" , . I'll write my congressman . .Fish, let's do something bad . . . Weakness for U.S.M.M.A. . . He1 hats
LOUISE FISHER Chestnut Avenue Bound Brook, N. J. Theta Epsilon Nu, July 19 Active at Roanoke College, Va.; Sorority Entertainment Committee, '44; Commencement Commitee, '4; Social Activity Committee, '4; R o o m Contest Committee, '44; Constitutional Cotnmittee, '44; Date Bureau Committee, '44.
"Fish" . Honest-to-Pete, Kids . Wild for her red-headed flyer . . . I have implicit faith in you, Mayer . . Double jointed hips.
JANET h4YEKS HAPGOOD 85 Oak Street Plattsburg, N. Y. Delta Sigma Sigma, March 24 Active at Wells College; Chorus, '44; International Relations Club, '44; Class Hockey Captain, '44; Manager of Class Hockey, '44; Basketball Team, '44. Has anyone seen my ----??? . . . I'm game let's do it . . . Sometimes naive . . . Outdoor girl.
VIVIAN LALAH T.4YLOR 2 9 Orchard Place New Rochelle, N. Y.
Delta Sigma Sigma, November 26 Chorus, '43, '44; International Relations Club, '43, '44; Spilled Ink, '44; French Club, '44; Sorority Dance Committee, '44; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Hack Stafl, '44; Sorority Play, '43; French Cabaret, '44; Student Lounge Conmaittee, '44; Outing Club, '43. "Bunny" . . I'm sick . . . I want a piano . . . Shredded-wheat, please.
EDITH L. BULLWINKEL 123 Selvage Avenue West Englewood, N. J. Theta Epsilon Nu, September 30
RU'T'H EMILY MORRIS Riggs Avenue West Hartford, Conn. 23
Sigma Epsilon Phi, March 6 Class Hockey Team, '43; Sorority Dance Committee, '4%;Sorority Play, '43; President of Sorority, '44; Secretary and Treasurer of Guild, '44; Class Hockey Team, '44; Senior Dance Committee, '44: Book Club, '43, '44; Honorary Hockey Team, '44.
"Ruthie" . . . oh, dear . . . those gold bars got a letter from Dick today.
Class ['ice President, '43; Hall President, '44: Student Council, '44; Guild Representative, '43; Guild Candy Chairman, '44; Treasurer of Sorority, '44; Business Sta8 of Hack, '44; Book Club, '43, '44; Freshman Dance Committee, '43; Sorority T e a Committee, '44; International Relations Club, '44; Air Raid Warden, '43, '44; Tennis, '43, '44; Class Hockey T e a m , '43, '44; Honorary Hockey Varsity, '43, '44; Class Basketball T e a m , '43, '44; Student Activities Committee, '44; Suggestion Cowintittee, '44; Financial Committee,
"Edie" . . . You owe me a nickel roll head . . . Quiet on the Hall . snack while you relax.
. . Snatch a
SoctaZ Ew&+ Committee, '&"Fleet" Whew's Mabel? , No. 17 Fran is top-man . . . Second %rankie , Dimples. --
BARBARA NIEL,SON 40 Prospect Street, Apt. East Orange, N. J.
Delta Sigma Sigma, October 8 Book Club, '43, '44; Chorus, '43, '44; President Chorus, '44; A.A. Board, '43; Washington's Day Program, '44; Centenary Ra&o Players, '44; Committee for A.A. Party, '44; Student Lounge Committee, '44; Senior Dance Committee, '44; Inter-Sorority Dance Committee, '44; Freshman Dance Committee, '43; Sergeant-at-arnas for Class, $44; Sorority T e a Committee, '44. First Rummie . . . Oh, my hair is dirty1 . . Have you gor an extra Kleenex? Wot~ld you brush off my jacket?
RUTH TIETZ 403 Berkeley Avenue Bloomfield, N. J. Theta Epsilon Nu, May 19 Studcnt Council, '43; Hall President, '43; Senior Ltfe Sawing, '43; Air Raid Warden, '44; Director of Centenary Radio Players, '44; Class Basketball Team, '4; Student Lounge Committee, '44; SOrority Dance Committe, '#; Dinner Club, '#. Second Rummie . . . Always hot for a joke . . Know anything new? . . 1 don't want to argue - but.
ELAYNE ROBB 1901 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Theta Epsilon Nu, August
Spilled Ink, '43; Spilled Ink, Feature Editor, '44; Modern Dance, '43; Tennis, '43; Head of Archery, '44; Centenary Players, '43; Centenary Radio Players, '44; International Relatiotls Club, '44; Hack Staff, '44; A.A. Party, '44. "E" . . . Where's a fourth for bridge? . . . I can't stand it . . . Goin' home this weekend . . . Second Priscilla of John Alden fame.
MARGUERITE TRIMMER 405 Moore Street Hackettstown, N. J. Delta Sigma Sigma, May
Sorority President, '44; Chorus, '44; Chorus Vice President, '43; Senior Dance Committee, '44; Commencement Committee, '44; Senior Life Saving, '43; Hack Staff, '44; May Queen, '44. What a voice! . . Deanna Durbin's double . . . I believe i t . . Those trips to New York . Can you stand the subways?
ELIZABETH A. KEENE 2188
Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y.
Theta Epsilon Nu, May
MARGARET PACE 1318 East p n d Street Brooklyn, N. Y. Theta Epsilon Nu, May 7 Book Club, '43; Canaera Club, '43; Class Fashion Show, '43; International Relations Club, 'qq; Representative of C.J.C. at Hofstra College Conference, '44; Senior Hockey, '44; Hack Staff, '44; Chairman Commenceinent and Invitations Committee, '44.
"Marge" . . . Jitterbug . . . Sweet Pete . . . Can't hear you - What'd you say? . . . I can see your point, but.
Book Club, '43; Can~era Club, '43; Christmas Play, '43; Fashion Shoru, '43; Fire Warden, '43; Secretary of Class, '4; Business Manager o f Hack, '44;Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Ceizterzary Players, 'qq; Modern Dance Recital, '43; Sorority Fashion Shoru, '44.
"Bette" . . . A tree grows i n Brooklyn . . It's a howl . . . Ouija B o a ~ d. . I can't hold i t in ~ n r ~ clonger, h Lids . . . Sure 1'11 d o it.
HELEN WARCH 149 Hope Street Ridgewood ,N. J,
Theta Epsilon Nu, July 16 Sorority Secretary, 'G; Initiation Committee, '44; Chorus, '43, '++;Seilled Lnk Literary Staff, 'a; Hack StajJ, ' ~ q ; Camera Club, '4; Sorority Dance Committee, 'eg;Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Spanish Club, '4; Modem Dance Honors, '45; Student Activities Committee, '44; Air Raid Duty, '44; Guild Card Party Committee, '44; Semetary of the Boner Club, '44.
"Larnbie-Pie" Do we have co cook alone? these go alright together? . . Human alarm clock.
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GLORIA MAE WILLIS 11g White Horse Pike Haddon Heights, N. J.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, May 5 ~oro~itfJ1 Beowta~y, '84; SpiIked Jmk, Adssisbml Editor, 'G; B@&k Litme S&#, '6 Sor(rvity P*, '45; cbltege Piby> 'a: Sc?ni~tLift. $mi?& '4% CChom, . '48, C&me~uG h b , "&% Kin CZu& '4& '45 Ifligation Commibtse, 'MI Lounge Cornminittee, '44; Swotr'Ey CTaa Committee, 4P4; C h o w Card Party IBo&miCZae, 'M.
Have a ~ c Trippel e
. . . Who's calling, please
. . . &, the villain . . . AJ.my8 knithg,
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D O R O T H Y MACK Prospect Street Jersey City, N. J.
Theta Epsilon Nu, June g
Guild Iiepre~enlative,'44: Chorzls, '43, '44; Class Hockey Teani, '44; Senior Life Saving, '42, '43, '44; Water Ballet, '42; Air Raid Warden, '44. "Dotsy" . . . Snow's in the air . . . I just love to sew . . One man girl, and what a man.
184-65 Midland Parkway Jamaica Estates, N. Y.
Theta gpsilon Nu
Chorus, '43, '44; Librarian for Chorus, '44; D t ~ z ner Club, '44: Fashion Show, '44; Peith Fashion Show, '44. Miss Bedford Springs . What did he say? . . What did you do? . . . Has gobs of love for the Navy . . . "Promises."
EDITH SMITH 1516 Sheridan Lane Norristown, Pa. Tbeta Epsilon Nu, September 4 Editor of Hack, '&; Treasurer of Glass, '4; Hockey Team, 'q, 'a; Honorary aockey Team, 43; Basketball Team, '43, '44; Freshman Dance Committee, '43; Chief Fire Warden, '4; Camcra Club, '43; Sorority Dance Committee, '4; SOroritjr Tea Committee, '44; Tennis T o u m a m e n ~ , '43, '4Tennis ; Honors, '49; Calisthenics Honors, '45; Guild Curd Party, '4$; Inter-Sorority Dance Committee, '44.
"Jonni" Say, Mabel glass-bottom boa& . . . Where did X put that forty cents? . Hair that bounces . You be Frank and I'll be Ernest. .
Theta Epsilan Nu, September 9.5 Treasurer of C k s , '48; BmketbaU Pmsiityy '43, '44, Wacky Varsity* $& C&m9 '@* '44: SSC.s t u z r ~ ~GouaaY, nf % 'w, Praidemt &dent CWRcid, IJS 'a; Peiftt Fwhiola S%lorer, 'w Fire W a d e n , *43, '& Xin C k b , '4$, 'w, M~MWLZ Show, '43; M k t r t ? ~of; ~Gwetno%h C U ~ L'@ %. ~
"Btw .. . TJ'S,O . . . WouIrInmtif be woslderf.tll had men an Gampas? . , . Those air+I lettess from F m k . . . I'll haw to go and
PEGGY WINSTON 215-15 86th Avenue Queens Village, N. Y. The ta Epsilon Nu, July 28 Clms Sergeant-at-arms, '43: Initiatiort Co??trnittee, '44; Sorority T e a Contmittee, '44; Spilled Ink Uwiness Srafl, '44; Hack Staff, '44; Swimming Manager, '44; Basketball Class T e a m , '44; Senior I.ife Saving, '44; Book Club, '44; Student Lounge Committee, '4.4; T r o p h y Contest, '43; Treasurer of Boner Club, '44; Fashioti Show, '43.
Yorlr old Daddy says ---- . . . Who wants to play bridge? . . . Who wants to g o downtown for supper? . . . Hey, Pack and Midge.
JEAN PACKER sod Rutgem P k e
Nutley, HI. J. Delta Sigma Sigma, Octctbw $6 SOM* Team,
Dawe; O s m ~ I f f m'& ~; QlmBasketbaU '48,' ~ CMS i Pockgr TFZRI~~,Sbror-
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"Pa&" . X e w ~ ' tstand it . , . Frank Sinawa for tMllpaper . . Rkh m d the Marines . . What a laugh,
MADELEINE BATES 524 Eleventh Avenue Bethlehem, Pa. Theta Epsilon Nu, June i g Varsity Basketball, '43, '44; Varsity Hockey, '43, '44; Athletic Board, '44: Spanish Club Secretary, '44; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Tennis Manager, '44; Chorus, '43, '44; Commencement Committee, '44; Hack Staff,'44: Tennis Tournament, '43, '44.
"Midge" . . Oh, Son . . . Frank Sinatra . . Bow ties . . . A guy named Bro . The bathtub soprano . . Hey, Pack.
NANCY SHELLY 517 High Street Pottstown, Pa. Theta Epsilon Nu, October 18 Book Club, '43, '44; Book Club Treasurer, '44; Centenar)! Radio Players, '44; Spilled Ink Staff, '44; Sorority Tea Coticmittee, '44; International Rrlations Cluh, '44; Spanish C l t ~ b'44; , Badminton Club, '44. Somewhere a voice is calling . . . A hospital ship just came in . . . Ed dear . . Guess 1'11 go home this weekend . . Alec.
CYNTHIA ANN WIGHT Forest Avenue Glen Ridge, N. J.
Theta Epsilon Nu, June 13
Spanish Club Treasurer, '44; International Relations Club, Sergeant-at-arms, '44; Class Hockey T e a m , '43, ' 4 ; School Play, '44; Tennis Tournament, '44; Book Club, '44; School Fashion Show, '43; Class Motto Committee, '44: Sorority Fashion Show, '44; Badminton Club, '43.
"Cyn" . . burpie . . . T h e eighth dwarf . I'm getting fat . . . Hey, where is our maid?
143- 10 Sanford Avenue Flushing, N. Y. Theta Epsilon Nu, June
Hockey Team, '43, '44;Basketball Team, '43, '44; Senior Basketball Hend, '44; Tennis Tournament, '44; Inter-Sorority Committee, '44; Spilled Ink Stag, '44; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; SOrority Fashion Show, '44; Badminton Club, '43; Honorary Varsity Basketball, '43, '4;Air Raid Runner, '44; Student Lounge Committee, '44.
Army brat . . Basketball star . . . Amherst has its prospects . . . Darn that mail-hox . . . "Lighter-than-air."
ELINOR COLE 26
Sigina Epsilon Phi, February
SHIRLEY ROUNDS 50 Fairmount Avenue Clifton, N. J. Sigma Epsilon Phi, July 5 <,amera Club, '43; Sorority Dance Committee, '43; Student Council, '44; Hack Staff, '44; Student Lounge Comnsittee, '43.
"Shirt" . . . Where is my toothbrush? like red no matter what color i t is . . lets go to bed.
Ellsworth Avenue Trenton, N. J.
...1 . Ellie,
International Relations, '43; Chairman InterSorority Dance, '44; Spilled Ink, '44: Hack StaD, '44; Senior Life Saving, '43; Vice President Sorority, '44; Sorority Play, '43; Air Raid Warden, '44; Tennis Tournament, '44; Sorority Dance Contmittee, '43.
"Ellie" . . . Who's got some food? . . . Blonde Bomber . . . "You were meant for me." . . "My Old Kentucky Home" . . . Lafayette - We are here.
MARCARET M ~ U L U ~ gB Colo&l Terrace Mutl@y N. J. Delta 3iigpw Sigma, May Ir Sa7m4Q Twmtwera'44; B A L$$a& : ~ '&: S~&evt Loa".g~;c*Mnm.#@e, 's;Tea Commit&=, SQWF ity, 's;Boner CZua, '4; LVe" $e@~y4 '4%-
"MW" . . , H 0 1 ~J&fi . he long enough by. June? . Walking Q~rb'eshose.
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Ddta S i p a Sigma, November 18 Book Club, '4%;Badnxi&%onClub, "&; M & m Dame Elonors, 'g;EGasf ZI06kq Team, '43; So-
rority Play* '43; I~ternatiomlRetatdam CClub, '&; Sfianish CEub, 'G dmt'sfice ;Pay Prdgram, '44; PewL Karbor Day Pro@anb '44: C b MoEBD Committke, 'w Tea Committee for Sorod%y, '4; Fm&ion Show, '4; May Peeep '45. "Ertie"' . G.M:T.F.
. . Long distance phone . . . h s c h u t z . . . 1%
calls to dcs
INA BERKELEY a69 Cmad Avennc Lawrence, L. I., M,Y. @illad Isk Stuff, '4; Ivztmtianul A ~ l a # m s Cl@b, $bob C k b , '43, '44: Cmztmzy Radio PEa2em, '4; Centenary Players, '#; BBadm59tbn Club, '43.; S~rm-ity Ten Comw&&er 'w Caminiftek for ~ J m saotto, '%; dtajzbtstfce buy PPOgram, Business GommStt~reScko~IPI@, '4; - HacE S ~ '44.,
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PATRICIA MTHITF, 16 Columbus Avenue Montclair, N. J.
VIRGINIA GEORGE 317 Dodd Street East Orange, N. J. Sigma Epsilon Phi, May
French Club, '43; Book Club, '44; Golf, '44; Head of Senior Horse Back Riding, '44; Chnirman of Committee for Sorority Dance, '43; Modern Dance Group, '43, '44; Fwst Aid, '43, '4-1; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; French Cabaret, '43; Horseback Riding, 43, '44; May, Queen Committee, '4;Outing Club, '44.
"Ginny" . . . Sophistication plus . . Veronica Lake hairdo . . . "Where are your Children?" . . . Often seen behind a n easel.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, September
Glee Club, '43; Spanish Club, '44: Book Club, '43, '44; Chairman of Decorations for Senior Dance, '44; Annual Art Awnrd, 1st prize, '43: Ken Club; Treasurer of Diok, '44.
"Pat" . . . Oh those men, when will I make up my mind? . . Long time no see Mort . . . Don't rush me.
MARION WATERS Chester New Jersey
BETTY DICKINSON 36 Frederick Street Montclair, N. J. Sigma Epsilon Phi, April 29 Book Club, '43; Book Club Secretary, '44: Art Editor of Hack, '44; Business Manager Spilled Ink, '44; Air Raid Warden, '43, '44; InterSorority Darzce Committee, '44; Sorority Play, '43; Sorority Tea Committee, '44.
"Betty" . . . True to Ed . footsteps of Peter Arno . discussion with Knappy.
. . Following in the . . Just had a fat
Theta Epsilon Nu, February
Fire Warden, '43; Book Club, '43; Book Club President, '44; Chairman of Red Cross Drive, '4.1; Financial Chairman of Student Activities, '44; Chorus, '43, '4.1; Peith Chaplnin, '44.
Enough food for a grocery store . . Oh, gosh, I can't get this . . She makes me so mad . . Knows the price of eggs.
JEAN H0PPMA.N l g o ~Watchursg Avenue Plainbid, I?. J. st&&$ cozsnal, '$3; ceasew;.;Y ~ t b y w s ~ *+g Centenary &ad& PJayerst 'a? BCjoL CRrb, '45$ 'M: Fahi06 Show Gom~herrtud~~1, ';18, 'M~@orority Phy, '$8; S~r&riQ Strgewd-at-am, Sore&y Essay O?'r?li$sst, '433. &cw?iiO? Bamce C o r n
Tkn auergfr . Dftl atryone hear a gust fox me? MT.H~ffnaan O'a,,I had 2 wanderful time.
ELEANQR E W ~ I N E ~ g tMelrose j Sweet
Radegter, M.. Y .
"E.E," . . HQW fs Sev6ns thee _day% ?. , . . Usually grinning . . , Ts z ~ p W ypig downtown?
JANE PAUL 344 Hudson Street Phillipsburg, N. J. Delta Sigma Sigma, October
Camera Club, '43; Book Club, '44; First Aid, '43, '44; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Modern Dance Group, '44.
Anyone got a glass of water?
. . . Why
. . . I'm hungry . . . Nothing cheap about Paul.
5 lo McCartney Street Easton, Pa. Theta Epsilon Nu, November
Intemat<~nalRelations Club, '45, Vice President Ifit~rnational Relatiom Club, Chorus, '44; Book C h b , 'w
Oh, what you said Guess I11 be hittin' the trail hame again . Oh, Janie Bob is top man,
R U T H KAMMELHOR 27
Columbus Avenue Montclair, N . J.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, April
Associate Editor Hack, '4; Spilled Ink Stafl, '43, '44; Centenary Radio Players, '44; Essay Contest, '43; Sorority Chaplin '44;Student Facully Representative, ' H ; Sorority Play, '43; School Play, '44; French Club, '44; Sergeant-at-arms, French Club, 'qq; French Cabaret, '44; International Relations Club, '44; Hofstra Conference Representatrue, '44; Book Club, '44; Dance Committee, '44. "Leo" . . . Part time angel . . . Great for a bull session . . . Flowers, candy, etc.
THEZA EXSTEIN 365 West End Avenue New York, N . Y. French Club, '43, '44; French Club, Vice Presi dent, '44; French Cabaret, '43, '4.4: Sorority Play, '43; Christmas Pageant, '43; School Play, '44; Spanish Club, '44; International Relations Club, '4; Modern Dance Honors, '43; Head Fire Warden, '44; Spilled I n k , '44; First Aid Squad, '421 "Tee" , . . Those A's French reeler.
MARGU RITE RETTEW 332
Greenwood Avenue Wyncote, Pa.
Theta Epsilon Nu, March 29
MARCIA YTTERBERG Hollywood Avenue Crestwood, N. Y.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, October
lnternatioizcrl Relations Club, '45, '44; Book Club, '44; Basketball Team, '43, '44; Dinner Club, '44; Sorority Tea Cominittee, '44; Hockey Team, '43.
Do you want to argue . . . What did we have in Psych? . . . Strioed P'T's . . Hey, fellows.
4ctive at Dickinson College: Spanish Club, '44; Hockey Teanz, '44.
Little Sir Echo . . . Now the way we did i t a t Dickinson was - . . . Always busy studying Chemistry . . Likes 'em tall.
MURIEL DOCHTERMANN 232
West Tremont Avenue New York City
Delta Sigma Sigma, January 16 C h o w , '45; Camera Club, '43; Spilled Ink Staff, '43; S.H.S., '43; Cat Play, '4; Spilled lmk Circulation Manager, '4: First Rid Squad, "43: Book Club, '44. "Doc" . . S.H.S. . diet.
. Let's get up a petition . . . another
. . Who"$ got a
BARB-4R.4 DANZIGER 870 TiVestfield Avenue Elizabeth, N. J.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, August 17 Book Club, '44; Camera Club, '43; S.H.S., '43; Spanisla Club, '44. "Dan" . . . S.H.S. . . . Hey, Doc . . . Plaid Shirts . . . How about a reunion?
LILLIAN BECKER 644 Belvidere Avenue Phillipsburg, N. J. Sigma Epsilon Phi, April
Chorus, '43, '44; Book Club, *44; Spilled Ink Staff, '44; Hack Staff, '4; Inter-Sorority Committee, '44; Setzior Life Saving, '43; Air Raid Warden, '43, '44; Badininton Club, '43; Water Ballet, '44; Outing Club, '44.
tickles the ivory
. . . He's
. . . Efficient secretary . . . Hittin'
my guy the trail for
PHYLLIS HENDERSON 7 I Main .Street Woodbridge, N. J.
Delta Sigma Sigma, August
Chorus, '43, '44; C l w Dance Committee, '43; Sorority T e a Committee, ,'M; Outing Club, '44.
"Phil" . . . that laugh . . . fulla fun.
. . . For
the lava "Pete"
STELLA TARABICOS 1306 Lovering Avenue Wilmington, Del.
Sigma Epsilon Phi, September 15 Basketball Parsity Teain, '43; Honornry Varsity Team, '43; l3asketbnll Varsily, '44.
A cake a day keeps the Dr. away She loves them all . . . had numerous systems for working things out . . . are you crazy?
SHIRLEY DEMERATH 825 Elins Avenue Elkins Park, Penn. Sigma Epsilon Phi, April
Freshman Dance Committee, '43; Sorority Dance Committee, '43; Senior Dance Committee, '44. "Shirl" . . . "Oh, those Friday night suppers!" . . . "If I don't get a letter soon, I'm not going to be able to read" . . . Let's go to N. Y.
DOROTHY MOONEY 7 I I Tenth Avenue Bethlehem, Pa.
JACQUELINE M. WEST 67 Eagle Rock Way Montclair, N. J. Theta Epsilon Nu Sorority Fashion Show, '44; Book CIub, '44: Sorority Dance Committee, '43, '44; May Court, '43; R o o m Contest Cotnmittee, '44.
"Jackie" . . Go West young lady . . Oh, that course . . . left school books for orange blossoms.
Theta Epsilon Nu, April 8 Guild Representative, 'g;Chorus, '43, '44; Book Club, '44; Sorority Sergeant-at-arms, '44; Sorority Tea Committee, '44; Spilled Ink Stafl, '43, '44; S.H.S., '43; Librarian Chorus, '44; Class H y m n Committee, '44; Sorority Fashion Show, ' g ; Fashion Show, '44.
"Dotty" . . . bridge . . . open-house . always late to parties . . sports a Lambda Chi pin I can't stand it.
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YOUR SHADOWS LIVE ON
We, the class of 1944, being of sound mind and bocly, do declare this to be our last' will and testament. We do hereby give and bequeath: TOCENTENARY our heartfelt thanks for all it has given us and our hope that Centenary's traditions will carry on in the future as they have carried on for us. TOPRESIDENT and MRS. ANDERSON our gratitude for their help and kind assistancc uuring this year. TOMISS H I G H T our thanks for her careful guidance as our dean. TO the FRESHMAN CLASS an appreciation of what i t means to becoiue Seniors and our wishes for a successful year. NANCY BRIERLEY'S leadership qualities to the president of next year's Senior Class. PEGGY WINSTON'S, MIDGE BATES', and JEAN PACKER'S fondness for Frank Sinatra to Anita Cordes. EVELYN BAHR'S skill with the "bent teaser" to Gini Blakeslee. SHIRLEY ROUND'S subtle humor to Grace nrewster and Marion Albrecht. MARGE PACE'S love of arguments to Mary Jane Conover. INA BERKELEY'S black hair to Kathleen McDonough. BETTY GLENN'S disposition to Barbara Morrison. ELLIE BOGERT'S naturally blonde hair to Patti Green. THEZA EXSTEIN'S white snood to Shirley Cupp. MAC McCALLUM'S clothes sense to Barbara Hubbell. DOROTHY DEAKIN'S determination to Doris Sorg. R U T H KAMMELHOR'S ability to be at an 8: 10 class with minutes to spare to Beverly Lazar. ELLIE COLE'S quiet manner to Mary Jane Stover and Jane Ancona. EVIE SCHUTZMAN'S extensive vocabulary to Barbara Huxley and her men to Louise Soule. JANE PAUL'S serenity to Janis Haines. SHIRLEY DEMERATH'S willfulness to Ida May Waterman. LOUISE JONKER'S and BETTY DICKINSON'S love of mice to Elaine Burkhardt and Ruth Lozier. ELEANOR ERSKINE'S silent visitations to Jane MacLardy. BETTE KEENE'S interest in Hackettstown to Barbara Mercer, Joyce Apgar, Hutson Weber, Lyndall Coleman, and Jean Klopman. JEAN VAN FLEET'S dimples to Jean Roy. BARBARA SEELY'S decisiveness to Elsie Ryon. NANCY SHELLY'S characteristic voice to Ruth Schiller. CYNTHIA WIGHT'S lady-like burp to Alys Reese ancl her small stature to ; I Lois Barnes. JANE SNYDER'S basketball ability to Marilyn11 Kohart, Ruth Stengelin, and Judy Edwards. MARCIA YTTERBERG'S voice on the hall to Josephine Griffith and her attitude towards the faculty to Bebe Hill. MARIE STRICKLER'S frankness to Jane Clarke. JOYCE WILLEVER'S quietness to Dottie Harris and Ginny Haggett. JONNI SMITH'S nickname to Jean Collins. JEAN HOFFMAN'S cheery spirit in the morning to Margaret McCraven. BETTE RHODES' ability to mess u p a recipe to the Kulp twins. STELLA TARABICOS' and HELEN WAKCH'S flirting ability to Virginia Egolf and Clare Goldberg.
GLORIA WILLIS' vocal accomplishments to Florence Haroosch. BEBE CHILDS' rhythm to Janet Sherman and her worries over Jack Leonard to Ann Bechtel. ELAINE ROBB'S bridge games in the lounge to Adele Moore and Virginia Cleveland. ANNE FARRAR'S vivaciousness to Arlene De Shazo. MARGUERITE RETTEW'S dates to Marjorie Duerr. LILLIAN BECKER'S blind date worries to Betty Barnes. PHYLLIS HENDERSON'S laugh to Betty Hall. NANCY NELSON'S curiosity to Doris Kimble. DOROTHY MACK'S trials and tribulations due to entering in February to Dot Stewart, Kay Remsen, Audrey Linclblom, Lois Denton, Barbara Goldsmith, Viola Holle, Charlotte La Bar, Gloria Lempe, Mary Ellen Lyle, Helen ~ u r p h i Esther , Nelson, Edna Pear, Ruthanne Rodgers, Anna Simmons, Barbara Wheatley, and Betty Wilkinson. WINNIE TIETZ'S job of walking Smokey to Mary Ann Davis. BARBARA NIELSON'S friendliness to Betty Wurtzel and Betty Lou Seely. ERNA and DORA OSKARSDOTTIR'S quick adaptation to American ways to Genevieve Diaz, Phoebe Parry-Jones, and Frida Mekkinos. PATRICIA ST. GEORGE'S knowledge of international affairs to Janet Cady. CHRYS MAYER'S practical jokes to Hope Hersey and Lucille Bennett. JANET HAPGOOD'S love of the outdoors to Lois Sd~ilke,Phyllis Rung# and Gloria Hansen. LOISE FISHER'S double-jointed hips to Dottie Osha. BUNNY TAYLOR'S rapidity in eating to Libby Lowe. PHOEBE WILLARD'S fondness for Mr. Dilts to Barbara Banks. D O T MOONEY'S knitting needles to Dot Roller. BARBARA DANZIGER'S femininity to Ann Sternberger and her place in the Biltmore to Pat Mahan, Judy Wyllie, and Joan Foley. MARION WATERS' capability to Emilie Douglass and Nancy Anderson. MURIEL DOCHTERMANN'S cutting of classes to Janet Cheesman. JACQUIE MONTGOMERY'S classes in the new building to Barbara Wakefield and Jean Walborn. BETTY PREGER'S long trips West to Carolyn Wheeler. EDITH BULLWINKEL'S sincerity to Jean Stickel. LYNN GIFFORD'S sophistication to Beverly Boudinot and Gloria Hackeling. PAT WHITE'S and GINNY GEORGE'S prize winning room to Beverly Ward and Marie Sutter. R U T H MORRIS' neatness to Chick Corell. MARGUERITE TRIMMER'S daily trip from downtown in a straight course due to Senior privileges to Janet Nyhuis, Betty Swenson, Pat Palmer, and Lois :.kuge~man. I n testimony whereof we have herewith subscribed our names to this, our last will and testament, at Hackettstown, New Jersey, this ninth day of June, 1944, A.D. T H E SENIOR CLASS Centenary Junior College Hackettstown, New Jersey r will and testament, Signed, sealed, and published by the Class of 1944, o ~ l last who at our request, in our presence, in the presence of each other, subscribed our names as witnesses thereto. EVELYN BAHR BEBE CHILDS
F U T U R E GLIMPSES RY
I NA B ERKELEY
W e prophesy that the following will be the topic of conversation anlong the leading columnists i n 1954. Mr. and Mrs. North America let's go to press . . . Flash . . . Those gals about town JANE SYNDER, S H I R T ROUNDS ancl ELINOR COLE were seen relaxing and reminiscing a l the Hotel Pennsylvania. PEG W I N S T O N of " The Advice to the Lovelorn" program breezed in to give then1 a few off-the-record tips to her oltl friends. She also informed them that NlIDCCE BATES, B E T T E KEENE, MARGARET McCALLUM, BETTY PREGER, and ELEANORE B O G E R T were very l~apy>ily married, thanks to hcr advice given when they were young ancl impressionable. W e have attended Inany shows starring JEAN HOFFMAN and R U T H T I E T Z respectively. Also have enjoyed hearing R/IARGUERITE T R I M M E R sing, with PHOEBE WILLARD as her accompanist, at the Metropolitan Opera House. D O R O T H Y DEAKIN has recently been elected Chief of Police of this city
. . . She is the first woman to obtain this position. When asked to what she attributed her success, Miss Deakin replied, "My success is due to the year I spent as President of Upper North Hall." T h e contest for "Miss Secretary of America" is still in progress with SHIRLEY DEMERATH, R U T H MORRIS, MARIE STRICKLER, and BETTY GLENN tying for first place. INA BERKELEY'S new radio program, including chose three f a ~ n o u sradio stars, JEAN VAN FLEET, LOUISE JONKER, and BARBARA NIELSON will make its debut over a coast to coast hook-up next week. T h e art exhibition at the Museum of Art, which includes the excellent works of BETTY DICKINSON, VIRGINIA GEORGE, ANNE FARRAR, and P A T W H I T E , has received favorable comments froin the critics. This year P A T ST. GEORGE is first in the Social Register; with BEBE CHILDS running a close second.
BARBARA DANZIGER and CYN W I G H T are racing with time on their experiment for a bigger and better "height pill" before they grow too old to care. JANET HAPGOOD is making a tour of the country with her famous hockey team. ELEANOR ERSKINE is accompanying her in order to keep the girls physically fit. JOYCE WILLEVER is deep in the throes of writing a book on "How to Become Healthy and Stay Healthy." BUNNY TAYLOR has the intriguing position of food taster in STELLA TARABICOS's restaurant. T h e food must be excellent for Bunny is gaining rapidly. LYNN GIFFORD still maintains the position of queen of the cover girls, while EVIE SCHUTZMAN is giving her all as a Varga Model. ELAYNE ROBB with the aid of LOU FISHER ancl CHRYS MAYER, has superseded Elsa Maxwell for having the best parties of them all. NANCY SHELLY has reached the height of her ambition upon becoming chief script writer for the "True Story" program. DOROTHY MOONEY held the longest filibuster on record in Congress. Her talk lasted twenty clays and twenty nights. Congresswoman BARBARA SEELY announced her opposition most emphatically to Miss Mooney's statements, when the filibuster was completed. HELEN WARCH assumed her usual role of pacifier and succeeded in calming the opposing parties. BETTE RHODES is doing her best to cook for Virgil, but still maintains her position as heacl of the "BONER CLUB." Notables about town . . . the nation's pin-up girl is still NANCY NELSON. MARGE PACE is hitting a new high in a jitterbug contest. LYNN BECKER is tickling the ivories as accompanist to the Lafayette orchestra. T h e world's most eminent Cllild Psychologist, MARGUERITE RETTEW, is opening new offices in this city. For that well-groomed look, most women go to JANE PAUL'S Beauty Salon. Mrheil the knock is heard upon your door, the first of the month, you may rest assured that it is EDITH BULLWINKEL, collecting money on those unpaid bills. Now can you tell me what a lovely girl like NANCY BRIERLEY is doing demonstrating the use of the newest stove models? Students under the careful supervision of MARION WATERS soon join THEZA EXSTEIN's famous round table discussion. JONNI SMITH is Business Manager of the publication, "Lover, Where Can You Be?" GLO WILLIS is head of advertising for the same magazine, and R U T H KAMMELHOR is editor. JEAN PACKER is the winner of the "Most Faithful Frank Sinatra Fan Contest." All the best dressed women buy their clothes at the fashionable Fifth Avenue shop run by DOROTHY MACK and EVIE BAHR. PHYLLIS HENDERSON is the salesgirl with the objective attitude, in MARCIA YTTERBERG'S ever famous bakery. Latest reports have it that MURIEL DOCHTERMANN just called another C.J.C. alumnae meeting at the Stockholm. Here's to bigger and better reunions in this year, 1954.
A SENIOR LIKE THIS A N D
... I Lynn Gifford, Ina Berkeley
C h r Mayer
...............Evie Bahr Smile .......................................................................................
J e n Van Fleet
Gloria Willis, Helen Warch
Brains ............................................................ Edith Bullwinkel, R u t h Morris Snyder Athletic Ability .........................................................................Jane linor Cole, Barbara Seely ac McCallum, Anne Farrar Sense of Humor ...........................................................................Louise Fisher Generous ....................................................................................... Bette Rhodes an Packer
P E T LOVE
E v e l y ~Bahr Madeline Bates Lillian Becker Ina Berkeley Eleanore Bogert Nancy Brierley Edith Bullwinkel Bebe Childs
the skin you love to touch letters from Bro tickling the ivories cables Blue Grass earrings scholarship giving feather cuts
sun glasses listening to Erankie ~--ct*i red hair c. B. S. :%'
in room E in shirt tails rearranging her room in bed smiling over Bob's letters dining room collecting money sneaking food out of the dining room jitterbugging
that cameo1 pictures of men ice cream Jack Leonard Ella Fi tzgerald
Barbara Danziger Dorothy Deakin Shirley Demerath Be~tyDickinson Muriel Docktermann Eleanor Erskine Theza Exstein Anne Farrar I ~ u i s eFisher Virginia George Marilynn Gifford Elizabeth Glenn Janet Hapgood Phyllis Henderson Jean Hoffman Louise Jonker Ruth Kammelhor Elizabeth Keene Dorothy Mack Anida hfayer Margaret McCallum Jacqueline hfontgome~ 'Y Dorothy Mooney Roth Morris Nancy Nelsen Barbara Neilsen Margaret Pace Jean Packer Jane Paul Betty Preger Marguri te Rettelv Bette Rhodes Elayne Robb Shirley Rounds Patricia St. George Evelyn Schu tzman Barbara Seely Nancy Shelly Edith Smith Jane Snyder Marie Strickler Stella Tarabicos Bunny Taylor Ruth Tietz Marguerite Trimmer Jean Van Fleet*
plaid shirt hair do's Sweety-Py's her walk reunions stockings hair bo~vs snappy personality practical jokes exotic appearance beauty basketball outing club fooling with Jane dramatics innocence writing hlond locks ~vakingpeople up journalism c~ot~~es dancing her tales sweetness Pin-up girl kleenex jitterl~ugging her laugh fooling with Phil her rings dozen courses original o ~ t f i t s clothes sense of humor hair ribbons beauty preparations "quiet on the hall" her voice fascinating eyes Army insignias talking in her sleep food pounding butts laugh voice clea ts
with Doc in the movies in room 97 with food College Shop wandering dancing with Fish gesticulating reading Russ's letters second floor typing room p~aisingSky T o p with feet o n desk with Mr. Hottmaf~ with the gang ~ vth i Tee heading for S ~ Ot's LI writing Art redecorating a t the keyboard new building talking smiling asking for sipees playing bridge College Shop whipping by drinking water in California squeezing lemons taking showers lounge with Ellie making posters on the phone typing room calling "Cyn!" with her namesake writing letters doing ECO studying chewing milk with Smokey 3rd floor practicing putting her hair up lounge typing room Post Office gazing a t Petie running by at the switchboard in the bath tub in shirt tails talking
Biltmore Benny Goodman mail art Biltmore photography long fingernails jitterbugging company painting bracelets dancing sports Army Air Corps the stage you know! southern accent to eat weekends fooling H a p June1 married life Easter that Lieu tenant a good time Marines? Navy pictures of Frankie painting earrings you know! I : l o P.M. "Bette and Virg forel mail bridge Lanz clothes men1 bangs Alabama radio pictures of airplanes saving boxes T r u e Story R.A.F. Icelanders music cracking gum
Helen 'Warch Marion Waters Patricia White Cynthia Wight Phoebe Willard Gloria Willis Joyce Willever Peggy Winston Marcia Ytterberg
those two a.m. talks wearing gloves to bed grimacing diminutiveness music knitting going home laugh basketball
bridge music V-mail sleeping cokes going home relaxing T r u e Story eating
THE CLASS OF
N ANCY ANDERSON JOYCEAPGAR BARBARA BANKS ELIZABETH BARNES Lors BARNES A NN BECHTEL LUCII.LEBENNETT VIRGINIA BLAKESLEE BEVERLY BOUDINOT GRACE BREWSTER ELAINE BURKHARDT JANET C ADY J ANET CHEESMAN J A N E CLARKE VIRGINIA CLEVELAND LYNDALL COLEMAN J EAN COLLINS M ARY J A N E CONOVER . ~ N I T ACORDES CLARA CORELL SHIRLEY C UPP M ARY A NN DAVIS LOISDENTON ARLENE DESHAZO GENEVIEVE D IAZ
DORA OSKARS E RNA OSKARS PATRICIA PALMER PHOEBE PARRY-J ONES E DNA PEAR ALYSREESE CATHERINE REMSEN R~JTHANNE RODGERS DOROTHY ROLLER J E A N R OY PHYLLIS R UNG ELSIE R YON LOISSCHILKE RUTH SCHELER BETTY Lou SEELY JANET SHERMAN A NNA SIMMONS DORIS SORG LOUISE SOULE R UTH STENGELIN A NN STERNBERGER DOROTHY STEWART J E A N STICKEL M ARY J ANE STOVER MARIE SUTTER BETTY SWENSON BARBARA WAKEFIELD J EAN WALBORN BEVERLY W ARD I DA M AY WATERMAN HUTSON WEBER BARBARA WHEATLEY CAROLYN WHEELER B E ~ WILKINSON Y BETTY WURTZEL JUDY W YLLIE
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President
N ANCY ANDERSON
DOROTHY H ARRIS
DELTA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY Founded i n 1861 Colors - Gold and White
FIRST AND SECOND TERM OEFICEKS
Preszdend Vice Preszdent Treasurer Secretary Sergeant-at-arms and Chaplain
MARGUERITE TRIMMER EVELYN BAHR MARGARET MCCALLUM JEAN PACKER LOUISE JONKER
Inter-Sorority Dance - February Splash Party for new freshmen 'Tea to welcome new freshmen
Head - Evelyn Bahr
SIGMA EPSILON PHI SORORITY Founded in 1875 Colors - Gold and Black
FIK5 1' AND SECOND T E R M OFFICERS P?~$ldenl
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SORORES M ARILYN KOHART BEVERLY L AZAR R UTH LOZIER PATRICIA M AHAN ADEL.E MOORE BARUARA MORRISON DOROTHY OSHA BETTYPREGER ALYSREECE MARGUERITE RETTEW SHIRLEY R OUNDS PHYLLIS RIJNG B r r r y Lorr SEELY DORIS SORG M ARY J A N E STOVER BETTY SWENSON STEL1.A TARARICOS J EAN W ALBORN BEVERLY W ARD IDA M AY WATERMAN PAT W H I . ~ GLORIA WILLIS HUTSON WEBEK BETTY WURTZEL MARCIA YTTERBERG
SPLASH PARTY, Wednesday Evening, March 8 STEVENS CHOIR BUFFET SUPPER, Saturday, February 1 2 SWEETHEART BALL
T H E T A E P S I L O N N U SORORITY Founded 1880 Colors - Gold and Blue OFFICERS
....................... DOROTHY DEAKIN President .................................. . . . Vice President ................................................................ BETTY GLENN Treasurer ..............................................................EDITH BULLWINKEL ...........HELEN WARCH Secretary ............................:. ..................... . . . Sergeant-at-A rms ....................................................DOROTHY MOONEY Chaplain ................................................................. M A R I O N WATERS
Seniors MADELINE BATES L ILLIAN BECKER I NA BERKELEY ELEANORE BOGERT EDITH BULLWINKEL MARJORIE CHILDS DOROTHY DEAKIN ELEANOR ERSKINE MARXLYNN GIFFORD ELIZABETH GLENN ELIZABETH KEENE DOROTHY MACK J ACQUELINE MONTGOMERY DOROTHY M OONEY N ANCY NELSEN MARGARET PACE BETTE RHODES ELAINE ROBB
Freshmen und New Seniors MARION ALBRECHT J A N E A NCONA LUCILLE BENNETT J A N E T CAUY J ANET CHEESMAN J ANE CLARKE
T E A FOR NEW STUDENTS October 12, 1943 Fashion Show by Peith, members. :!
INTERSORORlTY WEEKEND February 1 2 , igqq Glee Club Sing-Song with Stevens Buffet Supper Sweetheart Ball
S T U D E N T COUNCIL, President ...................................... BARBARA SEELY Secretary
........................................ CHRYSM AYER
Class Presidents Nancy Brierley
Betty Hall Edith Bullwinkel Dorothy Deakin
Represe7ztntiues Shirley Rounds R u t h Stengelin Judy Wyllie
T h e Book Club, one of the oldest activities in the school, featured many interesting programs this year. Among them was a program held in conjunction with Book Week in the library. After dinner coffee was served to Book Club members and the faculty. Two interesting book reports were enjoyed. Another unusual program was the benefit card party held in the Little Theatre. The purpose was to obtain money to buy new books for the library. With the cooperation of the school and townspeople, the party was a big success. T h e usual bi-monthly meetings of the club are held in the home of Dr. and Mrs. DuBois. T h e meetings consist of officers' reports, business, two book reports, and a short reading by Dr. DuBois. Then Mrs. DuBois serves very delicious refreshments. T h e officers of this club are: President ............................................ Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer ....... .................
Waters ........... Betty Dickinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nancy . Shelly
Our very comfortable library is always open to students. On the shelves can be found books on any subject or the latest fiction and non-fiction. Many students fail to realize the great opportunity they have with a modern library under their finger-tips.
SPILLED I N K EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ................... . . .......... . . . . . ........................................ Betty Glenn Associate Editor ........................................................................Gloria Willis Business Manager ................................................................Betty Dickinson Busin,ess Assistant ..................................................................... .Hope Hersey Circulation Manager ....... ......... Muriel Dochtermann Circzllation Assistant ...... ............... Virginia Blakeslee Peggy Winston
TYPISTS Dorothy Mooney Jane Snyder LITERARY BOARD
Feature Editor Ina Berkeley Chrys Mayer ;' Ann Sternberger Marie Strickler Virginia Kulp R u t h Kulp Lillian Becker Nancy Shelly Helen Warch
Elaine Robb Bebe Childs Virginia Egolf Evelyn Bahr Elinor Cole Theza Exstein Barbara Morrison Bunny Taylor Pattie St. George Ruth Kalnmelhor Audrey Lindblom
OUR PART' A few weeks ago I received a letter from a friend who is in the service. H e wanted to know, ancl I quote, "What is the attitude of the folks back home in regard to the war?" It seems that all the boys clown there are rather disappointed about all the strikes, congressional wrangles, the reluctance of girls to join the service, and the clisgusting attitude of vote-seeking politicians. Most of these things we, too, are wondering about and yet are unable to do anything about them. But we are part of the United States of America, ancl, therefore, we are i n a war. What are we doing? This is a n important question, and it can be answered in many ways which will either prolong the war or shorten it. Which way are we taking? I n what is our way going to end? T o start with, we are in college. Education is as important i n winning the war as it will be in furthering our aims after the war is won. But how many of us are really receiving an education? W e are here, yes, but is it doing all of us the good that it should d o us? What about those people who are not trying to learn. First, they are wasting much money that could be turned into War Bonds. Second, they are wasting time and manpower, two necessities for Victory. A lot of us d o not stop to think that our presence here at school prevents another member of our family from taking an active part i n the war as well as ourselves. If we were home, we could release that person from home duties, or work in the business world. I n case this shoulcl make you feel like leaving college, may I again remind you that learning to d o something is a vital part of the war effort, and here, at college, we have the best opportunity possible to d o that. Perhaps you are saying to yourself now, "Well, I am learning, but I don't feel as if I am really doing anything to further the completion of the war." You are, though. In case you wish a more active line, start looking around. What can you do? There are various war courses given here that will equip you for a very active part in the war. Why not take at least one of them? How many of us roll bandages at the Red Cross? And what about those frequent trips:home? You know how crowded it is on the busses and trains. Why make it more so? How d o you think it is for those service men? After all, they have more of a right to that seat that we might argue over than we do. Do not go home just because you feel like it. Wait until it is necessary, ancl, even then, try to p u t off those seemingly necessary trips until a home weekend. These are only a few ways in which we can help to shorten the war. There are many others lurking right u p your back alley. How about going to find them?
I N T E R N A T I O N A L RELATlONS CLUB ................................................Dr. Leila Custard Faculty Advisor ......... ..................................................................... President Patricia Saint George Vice President .....................................................................................Jean Roy Secreta y ..................................................................................... Lynn Gifford Treasurer ................................................................................. Louise Jonker Sergeant-at-arms ..................................................................... Cynthia Wight ....................... Florence Harbosch Program Chairman ................... ........
T h e first meeting of the International Relations Club in September brought a pleasing membership of thirty-five members. T h e first of our programs was a part in the Navy Day Program, at which members were flag bearers. Our Armistice Day Program, held in Chapel, was led by Patricia Saint George, Elaine Robb, and Ina Berkeley. On December fourth, six of us had a wonderful time at the International Relations Club conference at Hofstra College, Hempstead, N. Y., for "Post War Planning". T h e girls who represented Centenary at each of the Round Table discussions were Patricia Saint George, Ruth Kammelhor, Margaret Pace, Jean Van Fleet, Phoebe Parry-Jones, and Vivian Taylor. Ruth and Phoebe were discussion chairmen, and Jean was a secretary to her round table. T h e Constitution Committee appointed by the president, drew up a new constitution for the club in the early spring.
We received books from the Carnegie Endowment Fund, which we used as a basis for our discussions, supplemented by a summary of the war news and the " ~ s s e m b l ~ . " T h e United States Student Assembly sent a field representative to talk to Centenary one evening, sponsored by the club. T h e club had a very profitable food sale and raffle which macle it possible for us to present President Anderson $25.50 as our contribution towards the decorating of the lounges and Club Room.
FRENCH CLUB ............................................. Theza Exstein Prksiden,te ...................... ..... .................................................... Ginny Haggett Vice-prksidente............ :.. Secrktaire ............................................................. ..... . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . .Jean Roy , .................................................................................. Chrys Mayer Tresorzere Hussier .................... . .................................................. Ruth Kammelhor . . . . . Miss Geraldine Shields Faculty Aduisor ................ . ?
Cette ann6e le cercle franqais a consacr6 beaucoup de sons temps aux oeuvres cle guerre. Le French Coordinating Council de New York nous a envoy6 de la laine. Nous avons tricot6 des chandails et des chaussettes pour les prisonniers de guerre franqais et pour les orphelins franqais. Nous nous sommes bien amus6es cette ann6e et nous sentons que nous avons contribu6 un peu au bonheur des autres. Nous espkrons que le cercle de I'annbe prochaine aura une annke aussi utile et heureuse que la n6tre.
SPANISH CLUB A new club was added to the c u r r i c u l ~ ~ at m Centenary this year. It is the Spanish Club under the direction of Professor Lamotte. This club meets twice a month. One meeting is used for lectures, reports, and topics of general interest concerning the South Atnerican countries. T h e second meeting is for those students who want to improve their Spanish conversation. While playing games, they speak only in this language. This club has become affiliated with the Hispanic Institute at Columbia University, New York.
T h e officers for this first year are: President ............................................................................... Genevieve Diaz Vice-president ...................................................................... Dorothy Harris Secretary ..........................................................................Phoebe Parry-Jones Sergeant-at-arms ................................................ . . ................Louise Soule
GLEE CLUB One of the outstanding activities of the school is the Glee Club under the direction of Miss Elise Gardner. Although many joint concerts have been held with various men's colleges in the past, Stevens was the only one that came to Centenary this year. One of the activities of the choir was a very successful card party, given in the autumn to help pay far the new choir gowns.
T h e Glee Club has contributed a great cleal to our Sunday evening Vesper services each week, as well as to the special occasions such as the Anniversary services, the Christmas pageant, and C o ~ n mencemen t. Wc shall be leaving Centenary with many fond memories of the Glee Club and its numerous activities.
THE, GUILD OFFlCERS Presiden,t .............................. Bebe C11ilds Business Adannger ......... Dorothy Deakin Treasurer ..............................RLIth Morris Candy Representati.r/e..Edith Bullwinkel Representatives for F i n t Semester Dorothy Mack Virginia Blackmore Judy Wyllie Marion Albrecht
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Rolling bandages - making stockings for charity at Christmas - Guild Picnic
- Card Party - Red Cross Drives - these are just a few of the many activities the Guild has performed. This year a new activity was added to its list of many raising money for the new club room and giving inaga7ine subscriptions to the U.S.O. Throughout the year, the Guild sells candy on the hall. T h e following article was written by Bebe Childs for the first issue of Spilled Ink, ancl tells more about the duties of the Guild. Everyone is a member of the Guild at Centenary. Do you know what that means? It means that everyone has a share in the Guild. I t also means that it is everyone's duty to help make the Guild activities a success. And just what are the Guild activities? T h e Guild has for its purpose the raising of money to donate to worthy causes, inside or outside of the school, and it also helps to make the school a more sociable and compact unit. This year, the Guild has already given a picnic in order for everyone to get acquainted under informal circumstances. We have also presented an entertainment to raise money which we donated to the student lounge. On November 5 , we +re planning to give a card party in order to raise money to decorate our clul; room and also to give magazine subscriptions to the USO. During the year the Guild sells candy on the hall. T h e Guild Cabinet is composed of the president, the business manager, and the treasurer. There are two elected representatives from North Hall and two from South Hall. Also there is a chairman in charge of the candy and two representatives on each hall. T h e Cabinet has interesting plans for the Guild activities throughout the year, and if anyone would like to contribute ideas, please do so! Remember, everyone is a member of the Guild. It's your organization.
CENTENARY RADIO PLAYERS Director: Jeannette Ringland Members: Ina Berkeley, Audrey Linclblom, Florence Harbosch, Jean Hoffman, Ruth Kammellior, Louise Jonker, Chrys Mayer, Barbara Nielsen, Elayne Robb, Betty Lo11 Seeley, Nancy Shelly, Jean Van Fleet, Ruth Tietz, Marion Waters. Broadcasts over WEST in Easton, Pa.: November: A Play, "Have You Had Your Operation?" December: A Christmas Program Interview of Phoebe Parry-Jones from England, Genevieve Diaz froin Puerto Rico, and Frida Mekkinos from Iceland. February: A Poetry Program. March: Patriotic War Program. Speech by Ina Berkeley, and play by Chrys Mayer.
CENTENARY PLAYERS Director: Jeannet~eRingland November 19: Miss A n t , Miss Grosshopper, and M r . Cricliet - Rachel Field. Directed by R u t h Tietz. Cast: Lois Barnes, Virginia Egolf, Lucille Bennett. T h e Road T o Gettysberrg - Dr. H. Graham Du Bois. Director: Jeannette Ringland. Cast: Anida Mayer, Doris Kimble, Barbara Morrison, Beverly Boudinot. Mushroonzs Coming U13 - Byron B. Boycl. Director: Jean Hoffman. Cast: Judy Wyllie, Ina Berkeley, Ann Bechtel, Virginia George, Shirley Cupp, Phoebe Willard.
Decrnzber 18: T h e Perfect Gift - Dr. H . Graham DuRois. Cost: ~ e a nCollins, Jean Stickel, Jean Hoffman, Clara Corell, Ruth Tietz, Shirley Cupp, Hutson Weber, Patricia Mahan, Joan Foley, Marjorie Duerr, Josephine Griffith, Elizabeth Barnes, Eleanor Erskine, Elsie Ryon, T h e Centenary Chorus. March 3: Shubert Alley - Me1 Dinelli. Cast: Jean Hoffman, Anida Mayer, R u t h Tietz, Elizabeth Keene, Gloria Hansen, Alys Reese, Theza Exstein, Jean Stickel, Carolyn Wheeler, Cynthia Wight, Virginia Egolf, Barbara Morrison, Gloria Lempe, Doris Kimble, Clara Corell, Jean Collins, Gloria Willis, Janet Cady, Ruth Kammelhor. Director: Jeannette Ringland.
HOCKEY - 1944 Scores in Hockey for 1944 Teams Freshmen vs Seniors Seniors vs Freshmen Freshmen vs Seniors Freshmen vs Seniors
Scores 6-1 2-1 3-2
Winner three out of five games Freshmen won three games Peniors won one game Senior team captain - Jarlet Hapgood Freshman team captain - Jane Clarke
Carolyn Wheeler Marie Strickler Gloria Hansen Betty Silcox
HONORARY HOCKEY VARSITY Jane MacLardy Janet Hapgood Ruth Morris Jane Clarke Marilyn Kohart Betty Rhodes Barbara Morrison Lee Boudinot Joe Griffith
BASKETBALL - 19-14 Scores in Basketball for igqq Teams Freshmen vs Seniors Seniors vs Freshmen Seniors vs Freshmen Seniors vs Freshmen
Scores 32-26 21-18 31-25 18-14
lVinner three out of five games Seniors won three; Freshmen won one Senior team captain - Betty Glenn Freshman team cuptnin - Anita Cordes
HONORARY BASKETBALL VARSITY Jane Snyder Betty Glenn Judy Edwards Betty Rhodes Jean Van Fleet Ruth Stengelin Anita Cordes
SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM Standing from left to right: Rettew, Packer, Glenn, Bullwinkel, Morris, Smith, Strickler, Mayer, Rhodes, Seely, Mack, Snycler, Bates, Y tterberg. Kneeling from left to right: Pace, Hapgood, Captain; Wight.
SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Glenn, Tarabicos, Packer, Ytterberg, MTinston,Bullwinkel, Seely, Smith, Snyder, Bates, Hapgood, Rhodes, Tietz.
FRESHMAN HOCKEY T E A M Standing: Barnes, Hansen, Bouclinot, Banks, Harris, Wheeler. Second R o w : Haines, MacLarcly, Kohart, Morrison, Hubl?ell, . >' .-= Stickel, Cordes. Third R o w : Clarke, C f i ~ t n i l z . .;..;'
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Standing: Kohart, Hubbell, Osha, Hansen, Stengelin, Edwards, Foley. Kneeling: Morrison, Egoll, Cordes, Stover, Soule.
Swimming is becoming more and more popular, especially this year with the addition of water ballet to the sports offered. Also, swimming teams are being formed in both classes and some tournaments will be featured.
GOLF Fall ancl spring always find many girls out on the links. Glaspes are held for beginners, where the techniques of the game are taught, as well as for intermediate and advanced players.
TENNIS Watch this one! - It's set point! and so the tennis demonstration goes on. This is held each fall and there is great interest in it for the tennis fans.
"Hey, kids, it's a swell day for riding", is a familiar cry on the halls most any day i n the fall or spring. Jack, the instructor, always seems to pick out the most beautiful trails, and always a different one.
SOCIAL, CALENDAR Septem her 21
Today - T h e days of days - students arrived. New acquaintances, happy reunions, excitement galore!!! T h e evening brought forth the appointment of "Big Sisters" to "Little Sisters". Registration for classes began and was coml3leted. T h e first day of work? T h e faculty wasted no time. Now we know what we're in for! Lydia St. Claire gave a dramatic conclensation of Thornton Wilder's. "Skin oE our Teeth". Are my eyes deceivihg me or do I see babies at C. J. C.? T h e A. A. certainly brought fun LO all. T h e birthdays in this month were honored by a dinner. Who were the lucky people born this month?
14 15 19 22
T h e Faculty Recital was a treat to all. Hot Dogs!l! T h e Guild Picnic. 7, 1 2 Diok., Cal., and Peith. teas, respectively, gave food for mind and and body plus entertainment for all. Columbus Day was very appropriately commemorated by oar own Dr. Custard. October birthday dinner. Something new has been added - a night club in Centenary's Little Theater, presented by the Guild. Rat Court brought initiation to a brutal close. Need we say more??? Home, Sweet Homel Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home. Josef Lhevinne, the famous pianist, honored us with his annual recital.
Nowem ber Pledge Day - now is the time for all good plkdgees to become members of their respective sororities - this happy shock led to a "MUM" dinner. 2 Herbert T. Strong, well-known authority on color, fascinated us all with his illustrated lecture. Surgical bandages are being made - Roll them u p Girls! Let's do our 4 part. 5 Annual benefit card party sponsored by the Guild, made an enjoyable evening's entertainment. I 1 Armistice's Day program - We all anxiously await a lasting world armistice. 11 Birthday dinner for those Novemberites. 13 "STARDUST" and "STARRY EYED" T h e Senior Formal. "Oh! What a lovely way to spend an evening." 19 Much dramatic talent was displayed by the Centenary Players in three one-act plays. 2 0 Have you ever seen our rooms so neat? We should have room contests more often. Lots of fun, food, and hilarious laughter at the rare sights which fol23 lowed Thanksgiving Turkey in the dining room. 24-28 Thanksgiving recess. 30 An illustrated lecture on Shakespeare was given by Dr. H. B. Epstein. 1
December 7 T h e French Club took as their theme this year, "The Importance of the French Language." THt first student recital. My what musical tendencies we C. J. C. girls have! g December birthday dinner. 16 Christmas spirit reigns! Banquet dinner, gifts from Santa Claus 'neath the Christmas tree, caroling through the streets of Hackettstown, sorority parties, and lots of cheer for the New Year. 17 Christmas vacation began . . .
January and ended. January Birthday dinner. 14 T h e Chorus sponsored a benefit card party. 16 English reactions described i n a talk by Miss Elizabeth Burnes-Burian. 20 August birthday dinner. 22 Exams - the dismal hour arrived! 26 Mid-year recess - a well-neecled vacation. 4
Fe brz~ary I Second semester began. Many new faces on the campus. 6 Miss Adelaide Stedman broadened our viewpoint on the people of Europe in a brilliant lecture. 10 February and July birthday dinners. 1 2 Another eventful weekend. Stevens Glee Club made it again this year. Many of Cupicl's arrows were aimed in the .right direction a t the Queen of Hearts Ball that evening. 2 0 Gilbert Winkler's piano recitals grow more intensive as the years go by. We have great hopes for his success. 25-27 Official home weekend.
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T h e second recital was enjoyed by d l . T h e student body entertained, ancl was entertained at "Shubert's Alley." March and August birthday clinners. Hunt for one, hunt for all, who was the lucky winner at the scavenger hunt? One of our former graduates, Ellen Osborn, gave a delightful concert. And were ye at the Shamrock Ball? Uniforms certainly do wonders for the Centenary campus. Mr. Homer C. Loh urged us to be more understanding of the customs of other peoples. Another bridge and this time sponsorecl by the Book Club. Mrs. Ava Hamilton Singer gave an interesting illustratecl lecture on Africa. Mrs. Munro, a former Centenary teacher, performecl skilfully on the strings of her violin. T h e modern dance group performed. T h e beginning of Easter vacation.
April lo T h e end. "Around the World with other people's money," was the subject of Mr. Nunn's speech. 13 April birthday dinner. 14 Our girls make the most out of the least, as was seen as they modeled hand-made attire in the Fashion Show. 22 Grab your partner, swing her around, Centenary's barn dance has come to town.
4 May birthday dinner. 6 Get your dungarees on, girls. Come out for a hike and a picnic and see the verdant hills of New Jersey. l o Mystery s~irroundeclthe ivied halls with another play. 12-14 Home weekend, and the last for the year. 17 Last Student Recital. i g Outing Club's Overnight hike to Jenny-Jump Mountain. 23 Book Club Picnic. 2 7 May Fete - Crowning of the May Queen. 28 "Last Vespers"
I "Hack" Dedication. 3 President's Ball. w 4 "Songs on the Steps -Baccalaureate Service. g Class Day - T h e President's Reception. l o Commencement.
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