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The other evening as the sun was sinking in the west and the trees and buildings were casting long shadows on the campus, I walked back to my office to prepare this message for the 1949 class. A walk across the campus, especially at twilight, is good for one's mental and spiritual well-being. In fact, no selection of music, poetry, or painting is more inspiring to one's soul than a walk under the trees on the Centenary campus at the close of day. As I walked through the shadows, I realized that I had captured the Centenary spirit. I seemed to catch step and to hold communion with the great teachers and the fine students who have lived on this very campus and wended their ways along these same walks. Some of these people live nearby, others have gone to far places carrying the fame of the College with them and have achieved fame of their own, and still others walk no more along earthly paths. Centenary is rich in tradition. There is about the College a spirit of comradeship, of concern one for another. There are no unnecessary barriers at Centenary; there have never been. Its friendliness tends to reach into the subtle and endearing phases of personality. The one great yearning of its classrooms is the binding of souls together with the bonds of friendship. There are even dearer parts to the courses than subject matter, and at times the nature of interpretation takes second rank to the nature of human beings. As graduates you will soon take your places among the growing body of Centenary alumni. I hope you will carry from the institution the inspiration and benediction of its traditions. I hope you will carry from i t memories that bless, friendships that endure, and a tender longing to see again the buildings of Centenary, to stand under their refreshing shadows, to recapture the spirit of which their bricks and mortar are the reality and the symbol. The best wishes of the faculty, staff, and administration go with you.

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To Mr. Edward W. Seay, our new president, but already :!

our trusted friend, who throughout the year has given us sympathy, help, and encouragement; whose friendliness and patience have won the hearts of all, we, the Class of 1949, gratefully dedicate our yearbook, The Hack.

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Barbara Bensing, Assistant Editor; Lorraine Tweedell, Editor; Dorothy Miloche, Assistant Editor; Janet Laing, Business Manager

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One of the biggest responsibilities that awaits the senior class upon their return to Centenary is the annual production of the Hack. The editor and associate editors are elected by the student body at the end of their freshman year. The remainder of the staff is chosen by the editor. It is an honor to be a member of the Hack Board, for upon these girls lies a great responsibility and an important duty.

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Few people realize how much work goes into the editing of a good yearbook. The work begins long before the students come back from vacation. By that time the deadlines are fixed and the schedule of pictures planned. The staff, comprised this year of fourteen seniors and four freshmen, spent many hours typing, proofreading, and re-writing copy. Many thanks are due to these girls, to the students and faculty, to our photo, gaphers and engravers, and to our able advisor, Miss Bouton, all of whom helped in making this yearbook a success. ...

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Proin lesi to tight: Carol tesfie, 4?h~IlisSareitzer, -&Parcia' &odWi, Barbara Humble, Bern Shuster, Prulbea Vagner, Helen Stapff, pleatrice Kohhat, Ndoy GrlcX boris, Wright. Fzeshmen not in &e picture: Nkncp. Blliott,, Virgitria Graht, Bergha ~ u l l e n ,Marianne W b e r

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Somewhere in the Pohatcmg hills are forty acres of wooded valley-land. There are buildings of cream brick, and smooth-beaten paths shaded by oaks and pines. In these building are myriads of books, and halls filled with laughter, song, and knowledge. Along these paths walk Today's young women: potential writers, artists, scientists, musicians and mothers of Tomorrow. This is Centenary Junior College, where days pass too quickly and where invaluable hours of comradeship, work, and play are all too suddenly gone.

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his is 1949, the year marking the seventyfifth anniversary of the College. Centenary's history is a story of learning, planning, progress, and achievement. Centenary has matured physical.ly, spiritually, and intellectually. She has been beautified by landscaping, remodeling, and construction. She has reached high academic and administrative standards. Her means and methods have been modeled by her leaders u w n the concept of advancement that her name implies: Centenary was established on the crest of a wave which surged forward under the power of a new social, religious, and intellectual force. Now, in her seventy-fifth year, she turns toward new horizons, with new hopes to fullfill.

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ot only are new buildings and facilities' springing up, but the ' student also is growing. The Centenary girl leaves her school with an incomparable educarion for livhg a future of usefulness and success.

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FACULTY

MARGARET E. HIGI Dean

VICTOR G. MILLS Dean of Religion Religion

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MEMBERS

GXLBERTA- DANIEL.~- G O O D ~

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AGNES L. SHEEHAN Secretarial Studies

MARGUERITE M. SHAW Director of Social and Recreational Activities Physical Education

PATTY SMYTH Physical Education

ALICE H. BOUTON Director of Alumni Services Secretarial Studies

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MILDRED PANGBURN Biology

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EDGAR H. SMITH Vocal' and Inwumentd Music

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JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH WIBLE Speech

MATILDA E. HOFFER Social Science

ROGER R. EVANS Eng1i.h

ERNEST ROCKWELL DALTON History Political Science

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CHESTER A. PENNINGTON Religion Philosophy

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RUSSELL G. ,A.-..~N French Spanish

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EVELYN k HULTGREN Physical Education

ROWENA FMRCEvItD Drawl

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ADMINIS

ELMER E. PEARCE Assistant to the President

MABEL W. KELLEY Director of Admissions

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JOSEPH J. SCHRADER Comptroller

'H E. SCARBOROUGH Librarian


TRATIVE GERS

EDITH CHEYNEY: Residw Nurse

PAUL. T. GARDNER Bursar

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FRANCIS S. WILLIAMS Director of Food Service

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OFFICERS

President

Sally Gager Vice-President

Joanne Yenney Secretary

Barbara Swenson

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Margery Clason


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WHITE AND W I N E

"ONCE T O EVERY MAN AND NATION" Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide; In the strife of truth with. falsehood; for the good or evil side; Some great cause, God's new Messiah, offering each the bloom or blight, And the choice goes by forever 'twixt that darkness and that light.

"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE."

We sing our praises to the class of '49, And to the honor that ever will be thine. And in' our hearts we shall always think of thee, Our Alma Mater, our own dear C. J. C. We're ever grateful for the friendships we have shared And for the spirit that cannot be compared, Fond joys and mem'ries, forever yours and mine. We shall remember our colo& and wine.

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Church Street, Moscow, Pennsylvania August 14 President, Student Council; Choir 1; ~ ~ y & i o l o ~ ~ Club 1; Outing Club 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Jeff" Eventually will be a nurse . . Outdoor-complexion Down with .vanilla ice "Why can't they be. quiet?" . cream Talent for chemistry . Always having a good Too time . Those Chapel announcements many meetings , . Should have been twins . . Hair that "bends" Stories about.Daddy! "Did I get any mail?" ,., '3pellbourrd." . . . ... .

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44 Grant Street, Liberty, New York

April 2 Centenary Singers 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Press Club 2; News Editor, Spilled Ink 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Phyll" . All-around sportsman . As happy as a lark . Record collection and that Lindy! Everybody's pal "Pretty terrific" . Known for the knitting Secretarial plans in the future "Oh, for an apart-. meni in New York!" . Bridge hai her beat News, news, and more . . . Good bowler news 'Side by Side"., ,

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3 8 Highview Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut

September 27 . President, Senior Class; Camera Club 1, 2 ; Phi Iota; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Those babyWill be a banker some day . blue eyes and beautiful complexion Won- derful cook . . . Seen around the Home Ec. lab - -as usual . . . "Where am I going t o find time to do all this?" . . . "How'd I gain that extra 'pound?" . . . Connecticut!! . . "Love Walked In" . . . Always ready, always willing, always working . Good President of our Senior ' Class.

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June 9 Vice-Presidenq Student Council 2; President, Studexit Court; Press Club 2; Phi Iota; Theta Epsilon Nu,

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"Mel" .. .. Fire Island forever . Blonde hair and ,a terrific figure . , Give her the sand, the Tan all year 'round sun, and the salt water . "Fourth for bridge?" Worries: pink . "I'm.so upset!" . . Unique game of slips , That breaktennis ... "That's hysterical!" fast-time smile "Stella by Starlight."

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"Jude" . Terrific sense of humor . . Enthusiastic Here, there, everywhere Amazingly forgetful . "Fer cryin' out loud!" . . Her characteristic walk and mid-western twang . Peerless wit Worries about shorthand . . . Lafayette on weekends Bunny slippers . Always making faces Keeps us laughing . . Loves to play with the switchboard Has a talent for boiling water and making coffee.

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T20, Broad Avenue; Englewood, New Jersey

August 19 -Bridge, Club 1, 2 ; Business Club 1; Secretary, Student Council; Secretary, Student Court; H a c k Board 2; Social Committee 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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"Nance" . . Seen bridging and knitting . . . I n the lounge, where else? . . . "Slow Boat To China" . .,.,The perfect secretary . . . Well-liked . . Conscientious and responsible . . Eight o'clock classes . Lafayette . . "Haven't seen a movie yet" . . "Get me something if you go downtown?"

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"lbtty" . The little one Likable and sweet . "I6)a Magic" , Knitting and playing bridge . Those Tuesday night dishes "Isn't that c u d " . . Pet peeve-the library and tests Weekends in Boston , That wonderful Cape b y e thase doctom . Heading for secretarial s c b l .

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Trwurer, I;r&an t21a.s~; Trwurer, Student Go~r-nt 2; Hack Board 2; Qurjng Club 2 ; h k . Club 1, 2; Bnsineas Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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April 16 Bushsss @1Zlb 2; Centanasp Singem 11,2 : Secretary, &1ta Sigma Sigma,

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, Secretary* then &er own "Home Sweet Rome'? Ambitious, but always time for r joke "How Deep L the Ocem" . Sweet Lafiaiw nith a beautiful, d e e t voke, Spends time each week with her hsbby-eol- . lecting Jade-he! . Zmg, -was% brown hair . All wer .tfie place a d alway* busy '' %boo", isn't that 1. riot?" . Groan-ECQ mmies : Loads of fun Tops as a roammate aad feiend

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354 Westmoreland Road, Snyder 24, New York

June 23 Poster Club 1; Business Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu. Vyn doesn't seem to have a worry in the world very lively . . . Loving "that man" "I like it fine" . Artistic ability . Terrific Natural curly hair . Buying dancer Little Miss Fixit . clothes is her hobby Whistling in the halls , . Wears a beautiful diamond. ,

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A n n e WeatLerLead Jarrid 30 Allen Road, Winchester, Massachusetts

December 19 Glee Club 1; Council Representative 2; Delta Sigma Sigma. Known to some as "Windy" . . . Tiny blonde . . . Kindergarten teacher . . . Sweet and gentle . . . Someone we all like to know . . . "You Do" . . . Pretty blue eyes . . . Still knitting on that maroon sweater . . . Willing to do her share of work . . . Helpful . . . Worries about getting lost in a crowd . . . Friendly.

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June 21 %&or Class Trmarer; Glee Club 1; Court Representative 1, 2; Bridge Club 1, %; Spanish Club 1; Theta Epsilon Pda.

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"Bobbie" . . . "I Can't Begin To Tell You" . . . One of the best . . . Warm smile . . . Collects animals and works hard knitGng argyles! . . . Talented barber-that "new look" . . . Insists on studying in the "wee hours of the morning" . . . "Will this accounting ever check?" . . . "Petey, a bug!!" . . . Nightly .exercises . . . Cute gal.

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Glee d a b 11; Record Club 1; Psychology d u b 2; Outing Club 2; Theta Epsilan Nu.

. . . Never still a minute . . . Knitting buyer . . . Such beautiful curly hair . . . Loves to awim . . . Sincere and conscientious . . . &a'$ rather dance than eat . . , '"You Were Meant For Me" . . . Cdlects record$ znd animals . . . Just give her a carr wd away s&n p . . . c'Conneeticut Is the place f& "Petey" whiz

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18 The Fairway, Upper Montclair, New Jersey May 2 Camera Club 1; Record Club 1; Art Club 2; Outing Club 2; Leaders' Corps; Delta Sigma . Sigma.

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"Mac" . Her future planssummer wedding Brown eyes and a lovely smile . A Power's model . . "When can I go to Virginia?" . That sparkling diamond on her left hand . . Always writing letters . "I'm all upset'' . . Hates people who are late . Weekends homeward bound . Peppy.

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January - 28 Camera Club 1; Record CIub 1; Outing Club 2; Business Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Di" . . Subtle humor . . "Is this information please?" Those daily letters Marriage in the future Green eyes and that whoop laugh . . "Oh, Elch!" . Quiet and considerate . . Fun-times always Quick start in the morning . . The 12:32 Aversion to fruit . That handy "ob" language.

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Edgemere Drive, Matawan, New Jersey April 20 Glee Club 1; Art Club 2; Outing Club 2; Aquatic Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Giggles . . Talent for being happy . . . "Gotta take a bath" . . "You Were Meant For Me" . . . See that sparkler on her third finger left hand? . . . Beautiful complexion . . Spends her time writing THE letter . Parsnips and snakes-Ugh! . . Will Navy get her one and only? . . Plans on wedding bells in the future.

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Vreeland Avenue, Butler, New Jersey June 1 8 President, Psychology Club; Social Committee 2; Book Club; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Jeannie" . . . Intends to be a social worker . . . "All The Things You Are" . . Sparkling brown eyes . . Collects records . . Usually seen in the Grill . . . "Oh, I've got so much work to do" . . . Worries about her hair . . . Enjoys people . . Cornell . . . Dreads Monday mornings . . Always happy.

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December 13 Business Club 2; French Club 2; Chapel Choir 2; Bridge Club 2.

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"Toddy" . Our transfer from U. of Delaware . . Friendly and gay . Going to be a legal secretary Natural curly hair Has a talent for bridge . "Gad" "The Very Thought Of Youy' . . . Lafayette . A friendly personality . Vorks hard loves a party.

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November 6 Outing Club 1; Student Council 1; Psychology Club 2; Treasurer, Delta Sigma Sigma.

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744 Westview Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania January 24 Guild 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2; PsychoIogy Club 2; Vice-President, Delta Sigma Sigha,

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"Hellie" Would like to be a pre-school teacher . Pearly smile '"East of the Sun" . . Sweet as they come . . Has man(y) worries "That's highly significant" Dislikes moody people Enjoys her weekends at Cornell Cute and likable.

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18 1 Smallwood Avenue, Belleville, New Jersey

December 7 Book Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Hack Staff 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Dorie" . . . "Always" . . Usually trying to figure out Bill's complex letters . . "Should I cut my hair, or not?" Learning how to cook . . Beautiful ring . . Pet aversion, centipedes!!! . Quiet . . "Oh Well" "Hummm" . De~endable.

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6 4 . ~ e r z o Place, ~ Englewood, New Jersey June 5 President, Book Club, Camera Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Spilled Ink 2; W. A. A. Photographer 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Norm" Plans to be a for "Life" . . Good-natured Wonderful sport Tan complexian . . . "It's a Most Unusual Day" . . . Can alvays be found in the dark room . . Dislikes belated letter answers . Attends all C. J. C. activities with one of her many Talking in circles . . Can't miss that machinegun laugh.

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84 GJen Road, Yonkers, New York

March 14 Boob: Club 1, 2; Outing CIlab 1, 2; Spanish Club I, 2; Glee Club 1; S g a a Epildn Phi.

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March 13 Book Club 2; Glee Club 1; Business Club 2; Hack Board 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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"Fran" . . "Have to use that shorthand someday" . . "Just For Now" Easy going-full of fun . Chic in short hair Always leaving things behind . , Dancing, Arthur Murray's right-hand man . . Continuall'y catching up on her "forty winks" . "RahRah" . . . "I have to get that for my scrapbook" "Can we ever forget Princeton?" . . . Oh, those seersucker jackets "Roomie, where are you?" Good old New York,

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828 North Jackson Street, Wilmington,

Delaware March 25 Record Club 1; Glee Club 1; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Business Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Gopher" Personality like no one else Dramatics . "Let's go to Delaware" . "Always" . . . Sure to.see her beside a coke machine , . "I got my name in the paper" . Radiates fun . Can't stand those field trips My, how this girl can rehabilitate from traveling.

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G r e t c L e n A n n e Wj'.yerd 111 East Greenman Road, Haddonfield, New Jersey November 26 Glee Club 1; Record Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Parkwood Manor, State Road, Upper Darby Pennsylvania July 12 Outing Club 1; Student Council 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Bunty" . . . Claustrophobia . "Oh, for my own home" . . That upturned nose . Always in the dining room . . . Twirling that lock of hair . . . "Aggie, we've just got to go to bed early!" . . . Down with noise and confusion . . "Mingtoy" . Fun at Lehigh . . All for Fred Waring Her teddybear in the red and white checkered pants . . . "My Hero" Loves good music . Practicality supreme Wear it out or make i t do . . . "Oh, no!"

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November 2 Business Manager, Spilled Ink; Glee Club 1; Press Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Murph, Agnes" . Future: merchandising and maybe marriage . . That cute smile . Seen hitting the books, 307 and the library Generous and friendly . . Cross country on weekends . . . Clothes and jewelry . . Worries: tests and the bankbook Those numerous trunks and suitcases . "I flunked it, I know ., ,. Talent with those telephone calls.

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Terrace Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut August 23 Glee Club 1, 2; A r t Club 1; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Bobbie" . Talented in drawing . Always full of fun . . . Constantly worries about gaining weight . . Weekends spent at home . "It's Magic" . Oh, that little nose Loves to add to her record collection . Can be found in the grill . "Can I have a bite?"

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345 Indianola Road, Youngstown 5, Ohio April 9 Student Council 1; Vice-President, Guild 1; Camera Club 2; Outing Club 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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October 3 *Aquatic Club 1, 2; Business Club 1; Bridge Club 1, 2 ; Hack Board 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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October 2 Centenary Singers 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Becky" . Oh, to be a nurse's wife . . "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" . Tops . . Cute, short and peppy . A t the movies collecting dishes . . "Where's my Roomie?" , . Not a care in the world . . Last minute breakfast rush . Thinkin' about him Becky, we'd know you by that laugh Love ya!

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Canadensis, ~ e n n s ~ l v a n i a Glee Club 1; Orchestra 1, 2; Centenary Singers a I , 2; Chapel Choir 1; Leaders Corps; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Thunderation'" Laughing "Smoke Musical Worries Gets in Your Eyes"'. about cleaning the room . That job at Buck , "Gotta write a letter" , Doesn't Hill relish those 8 a. m. classes Bound to run into her in the mail lounge . . Cute smile . "I'm going to bed."

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May 8 Book Club 2; Outing Club 2; Student Council 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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February 24 Chapel Cbmmittee 1; Leaders' Corps 1; Art Club 1; Record Club 1; Aquatic Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2.

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August 21 Riding Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Aquatic Club 2; Outing Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. Studying radia at Bucknell . . . "Long May We Love" . . . Happy-go-lucky . Has a mind of her own . . . Loves to ski and play the piano . Never on time -. . . Spiders . . . West Point . . . Gal with many talents . . . Good, dramatic qualities.

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April 2f Spanish Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 2.

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60 Martin Terrace, Hamden, Connecticut

July 1 8 Art Club 1; Social Committee 2; Psycholegy Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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A p d 13 Glee Club 1; Leaders' Corps 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi'

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February I Aquatic Club 1, 2; Record Club .I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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June 29 Book Club 2 ; Business Club 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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14 Lorenzo Lane, Clayton, Missouri

June 11 President, The Guild; Riding Club 1, 2; Modern Dance 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2 ; Phi Iota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu. . .

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A r t Club 1; Psychology Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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July 8 Vice-President, W. A. A. 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Glee Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma. "M. A." . . . Headed for Tobe Coburn next Energetic Ambitious . . Very frank Sparkling brown eyes . h v d y coloribg . . Raises that left eyebrow . Fidgety . . "Now Always in the gym affice . . really!!!" "That's hysterical!" . Has a great admiration for doctors Must be a major stockholder in Johnson's Baby Powder Company . . 'Uoonlight Serenade" . Likes to cook Always has a cheerful hello.

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September 18 Treasurer, Theta Epsilon Nu; Glee Club 1; Centenary Singers 2; French Club 1, 2; Hack Board; Guild Cabinet.

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. . . Found in the mail lounge . . . Going to be . a secretary . . . We all know "Edie" by her olive complexion and sparkling brown eyes . . . "Lost weight yet, Edie?". . . Chmrful, friendly, gullible, and just plain cute . . . Loves swimming . . . Very impulsive . . . Craves cider and cheese crackers at night.

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214 Bradford Street, Charle%ton,West Virginia

September 4 Record Club 1; Psychology Club 1; Secretary, Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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February 14 Record Club 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Spanish Club 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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February 9 Centenary Singers 1; Chapel Choir 1; Camera Club 2; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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April 14 Psychology Club 1, 2; Book Club 2 ; Glee Club 1 ; Social Committee 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Patty" . . . Full of pep and always laughing . . . Fascinating baby talk . . . "I don't like you anymore" . . . Hates to get up in the morning . . . Should have a private line for. those phone calls . . . Short and sweet.

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July 1 8 Psychology Club 1, 2; Book Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; French Club 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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September 17 Modern Dance 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Internatimal Relations Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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February 23 President, Outing Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Instrumental Ensemble 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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February 7 Aquatic Club 1 , 2; Bridge Club 1, 2; Outing Club 2; Spilled Ink 1; Nominating Committee 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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April 1 0 Record Club 1, 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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June 13 Vice-President, Theta Epsilon Nu; Glee Club 1; Aquatic Club 1 , 2; Hockey 1, 2; Record Club 1; Chapel Committee 2.

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August 20 Chairman, Social Committee 2; Glee Club 1; Record Club 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Succasunna, New Jersey December 1 y Camera Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Business Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Nita" . . . "Oh, my!" . . . Hobby is attending football games . . . Loves to eat and is out for a good time . . Cute dimples . . Can be found in the typing room . . . Worries about answering her mail on time . . "Isn't that cute?" . Has an aversion to hillbilly music . . On weekends can be found here and there . . DeveIoping her culinary arts . . . Would like to be a secretary.

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Glee Club 1; Centenary Singers I, 2; Chapel Choir 1; Outing Club 2; Sigma Epsilm Phi. '"obby" . . . Errtare ambitha-fashion career .-.. "Stardust"' . . . A true friend . . . h e s - Lehigh bowling . , Always tmoing . . . Weekeads at . . . Tries scr h r d to make wty-les . . . =*I'm telling you now!" . . . V e 4 h $or 'apple pie a la . . . Nk* smile . . . Worrim *

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January 1 1 Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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March 3 Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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September 1 1 Book Club 2; Outing Club 1; Spanish Club 1; 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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January 1 > Outing Club 1, 2; Spanish Club I ; Book Club 2 ; Hack Board; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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March 20 Book Club 2 j Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Santiago, Chile December 9

Glee tJPzb 1; Leaders' Corps 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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March 20 Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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FJ June 28 Business MMana@,Spilled Ihk. 1; Vice-Presideat Sigma EpsiI~nPhi.

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5 3 Woodland Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey

November 15 Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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"Doris" . . . Wonderful pal . . Plans to be a secretary . "Body and Soul" . . Plays the piano and rides in her spare time . . Worries about passing "How boobish can you get?" . . For weekends, it's Amherst . Always laughing and listening to everyone's troubles . Seen in the grill and the typing room . . Attractive hair and eyes.

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136 Boyd Street, Boonton, New Jersey

January 28 Glee Club 1; Leaders' Corps 2; Spilled Ink 2; Press Club 2.

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June 12 Centenary Singers 1; Camera Club 2; Book Club 2; Art Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Nan" Three or four carats in the future, that's all "The Man I Love" Sweet Pretty eyes The latest records . Talent for painting . Always humming . . "I nearly died!'' Dislikes egg plant Yale Ciggy-butt time.

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400 Asbury Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey

May 17 Centenary Singers 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. "Judy" . . . Scarfs, perfume, and a technique for blushing . . . Future plans in teaching . "Oh, stop it!" . . Seen in the music studio . . . A beautiful touch a t the piano . . . Dreads Anatomy Lab . . . Weekends at house parties . . "Do I look fat?" . . Music, music, and more music.

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July 25 President, Photography Club; Record Club 1; Student Court 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Hathaway Lane, Essex Sells, New Jersey March 3 1 Book Club 1, 2; International Relaitions Club 1; Leaders' Corps; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Centenary Singers 1; Book Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Outing Club 2; International Relations Club; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Pen~sylvania March 8 Production Manager, Spilled Ink; Outing Club 1; Press Club 2; Hack Board 2; Cbplaia, Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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April 6 Business Club 2; Riding Club 2; Glee Club 2; Press Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Peg" Naturally curly hair "How 'bout that?" Beautiful hands . Devilish . Loathes studying . "Anybody got a nickel?" . Bridge and the Grill Subtle wit Receptionist . "Let's have a cigarette" , Lives on cokes . . Sincere and generous , , Has an infectious laugh "Hop on that".

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18 East Bradley Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland

July 12 . Aquatic Club 1, 2; Press Club 2; F e a ~ r Editor, s Spilled Irib: 2; Student Government 2; 'Ilieta Epshn Nw. "'Ha!ley''. , Explosive laugk .'Mexico W@S about her bridge game Just can't grqw fin-gernails.. Her spring dance! . That dry wit Hates rattling windows . The mice and. me "Dyeing is an art" Long weekends in D. C. . '9 just don't know" . Just barreIing around,

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1 Hopkins Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts August 25 Centenary Singers 1, 2; Aquatic Club 2; Chapel Choir 1; Leaders' Corps; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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October 17 Secretary, Guild 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Delta 8 g ma Sigma.

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May 22 President, Aquatic Club; Student Council 1, 2; Leaders' Corps; Cheerleader 1, 2; Guild Cabinet 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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New Jersey Deceniber 3 Riding Club 2; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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110 Wyndon Avenue, Rosemont, Pennsylvania

September 16 Book Club 1; Outing Club 1; Record Club 1, 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Hack Board 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi. Carol is our gal with the gl~wingcomplexion chattering . .' Magnetic Always has a problem Can be found either Self-assursleeping or on the hockey field ance Hates a dirty room . . . Princeton . Loves food , "Am I getting fat?" . . . "'Vhat shall I wear this weekend?" Popularity

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This is Centenary as we live it; from slacks to formals, from grill t o library, from fall to spring. Snatches of familiar scenes and familiar faces such as these typify a day's work and a day's play. For here we have pictured the excited rush of daily mail-call, the equally exciting rush of weekend male call, and many other incidents, small but Centenary-ish,. known only too well by all of us.

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For many of us the Pinafore Brigade will be a very special memory. The dining room, the kitchen, and the bake shop were well known to our student waitresses. We'll never forget the trays, the aprons, and the friendly kitchen crew. Yes, each and everyone of us will miss this life. Our college is more to us than classrooms, dormitories, and athletic fields. I t is an invincible spirit which fairly shouts throu g hout the buildings, and is transferred from class t a class as an intangible heritage. We, who are leaving Centenary now, are taking with us some part of this spirit. It, and the memories of our two years here, will be an irretrievable part of w r lives. When in future years we turn our mind's eye backward to these years, we will know again that Centenary is still our stage; and we are the players of the roles for which i t shaped us.

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Ann Ballenberg, Anita Brunner, Patricia Cowell, Jean Crawford, Suzanne Dickerson,. Jeanne Durkin, Dolores Ecker, Nancy Gossard, Edythe Grebe, Jane Grim, Joan Hamon, Ann Hanson, Jane Harmon, Joan Hdland, Judy Holland, Margaret Jameson, Virginia Lippincott, Jean McCarthy.

Norma Miele, Isabel Moore, Elizabeth Morgan, Carol Moseley, Bertha Mullen, Louise Off, Janet Parker, Mary Ann Pfeiffer, Joan Quinn, Judy Ripley, Elizabeth Rose, Joan Saffir, Nancy Salmond, Margery Strauss, Janet Wagner, Lucinda Weil, Audrey Weiss, Katherine Wisner.


Suzanne Birmingham, Marilyn Block, .Ellen Brinton, Sally Cook,. Judy de Carpentier, Doris Erickson, Doris De Gise, Helen Fawley, Margaret ~ e r ~ u s o Irene d , Foster, Diane Freudenheim, Mary Joan Gardner, Mary Lou GiIm~w,Mancy~Heinemann,Sally Kirkham, Betty Kirsten, Jane Madden, Claire Matthew, Joanne Nolt.

Gloria Perruso, Cynthia Pigot, Betty Jean Rayburn, Barbara Rider* Yvonne Rutzler, Mary Louise Schell, Katherine Sholler, Jean Schlosser, Ruth Schumacher, Marguerite Swartz, Barbara Taylor, Sally Torpin, Barbara Trautwein, Joyce Van Lare, Mary Louise Webster, Marianne Wehner, Monica Williams.

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Janet illbright, Barbara Almy, Peggy Bakeris, h i s Bossert, Judith Bowe, Sandra Bogin, Muriel ~ u r r ,Jeannette ~ i u ~ ~Jo-~nne' i r , Chance, Mary Elizabeth Coornbs, Joanne Day, ~ l b r i a~derhatdt,Joan Eagleson, ~lizabeth' Flower, Lorraine Ford, Robin Forsch, Jane Foster, Joan Garey, Dorcas ~ e h m a n Evelyn , Good, Prudence Granger, Suzanne Halbren, Mary Heywood, Dorothy bralemon, b r y Fiith JGdge, Joan Kerbs.

Jeanne Kahn, Nancy Knapp, Martha Little, Dorothy Mackeown, Gloria Mead, Jane Yiethke, Delores Metz, Nancy Nalle, Helen Niss, Marilyn Olsen, Elise Quinn, Barbara Reinhold, Elizabeth Ridenour, Ann Roder, Arlene Rosenberg, Gale Rudine, Mary Sampson, Katherine Sparrell, Lois Spinelli, Marian Stevens, ~ a n eStout, Barbara Talcott, Mariana Webb, Carol Whitney, Edith Winter, Susan Wyrtzen, Doris Zimmerman.

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Virginia Arnold, Joan Barbour, Cynthia Bassett, Caroline Bickel, Gerry Birnbaum, Gloria Blake, Norma Boom, Joan Clausen, Betty Ann Davis, Priscilla Davis, Suzanne Duvall, Lois Earnhart, Nancy Elliott, Thelma Felberg, Gloria Firth, AJyce Garrabrant, Katherine Giering, Virginia Grant, Margret Hallgrimsson, Anne Hasson, Sue Hastreiter, Roberta Havet. Nona Hemmeter, Bunny Hitzrot, Diana Kelsey, Joan Kalmine, Anne Klutey, Suzanne Knox, Katherine Kuehl, Jocelyn Lamson, Joan Lenaz, Cynthia Logan, Ruth Losee, Phyllis Lozier, Nina Macredy.

Carol Mathews, Marilyn Mayberry, Rose Mayer, Katherine McRae, Ann Messenger, Estelle Mindlin, Rona Mound, Allene Muhlbach, Patricia Murphy, Mary Neptune, Evelyn Newcomb, Tien Oei, Betty Otteson, Aleen Maree Palmer, Betsy Pankey, Edith Pinero, Doris Pontery, Norene Quarado, Mary Beth Register, Natalie Roos, Frances Rosenstein, Nancy Rowling, Eleanor Rumery, Frances Rush, June Schaedel, Anne Scott, Elizabeth Seitz, Barbara Sherlock, Doris Smith, Margaret Smith, Lois Terwilliger, Margaret Titman, Clara Tonking, Theresa Valkos, Carolyn Werner, Mary Wing, Hannah-Rose Zimmermam.


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he rules and regulations of Centenary are made and enforced by the legislative branch of our Student Government, known to all of us as the Student Council. This organization is composed of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer; hall and house presidents, and a representative elected from each class. The group meets with Dean Hight as advisor on alternate Thursday evenings. I t is the aim of the Student Council to draw in closer contact the school activities, students, and faculty. The group serves as a clearing house for all student questions, and by means of hall meetings and class representatives, the students'

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problems, and even their complaints, are brought into the light and thus are solved through the Council. The bond between the students and their government is a strong one, and by close cooperation between them, the standards and principles of our college have been achieved and maintained.

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he Student Court is a powerful, functioning part of the honor system here at Centenary. It is through this, the judicial branch of our government, that student trials are conducted and penalties suitable for the offense and beneficial to the offender are levied.

Each court session is conducted according to democratic policies, and inasmuch as it is always a case of student trying student, a clear knowledge, both of the girl and of her offense, is afforded. The ultimate decision of the Court is made with wisdom, impartiality, and complete understanding.

Nine girls from the student body serve as members of the Court; they are the President, Vice-President, Secretary of the Council, and three representatives elected from each class. The Vice-President of the Council performs the duties of Chief Justice of the Student Court, and she presides at all the meetings.

The purpose of the Student Court is to foster the honor system into maturity by instilling in every girl a deep sense of personal pride and integrity, and to manifest the values of our Student Government.

O c!cerd President Vice-Presigent Secretary Treasurer

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he Guild is the school activity in which all students participate. It is Centenary's charitable organization. The Guild is organized chiefly for the purpose of helping other people, and in so doing, it gives the Centenary girls a cheerful, friendly, and helpful spirit. The Guild chooses its officers and representatives from the most capable and interested girls of Centenary. The Guild has given to such organizations as the World Student Service Fund. Red Cross. Christmas Seal Fund, and Save ;he childred Fund. The Guild, this year, has conducted special Chapel meetings. There have been also many activities such as the Religious Emphasis Week, at which time a minister came to speak and to discuss problems with the girls. In addition, the Guild gave a Christmas party for the underprivileged children, and in March, the St. Patrick's Day Tea.

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he Chapel Choir is one of the oldest singing organizations at Centenary. Previously, the Choir gave exchange concerts with nearby colleges, but now limits its activities to those required for religious services. The Chapel Choir is comprised of thirty-six girls who have been chosen for their vocal ability. Sunday evening Vespers are brightened by the beautiful three-part harmony for which the Choir is known. All connected with Cemtenary greatly admire the beautiful choir singing in Whitney Chapel. Their competent director is Mr. Smith.

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ne of the largest and most popular of clubs is the Centenary Singers. The girls are selected for their vocal ability and the ease with which they read music. These talented girls are always ready t o lend their voices to our special programs. They may be heard by all students and friends a t the annual Parents' Day program, Christmas and Easter Services, Graduation exercises and student recitals. Often they sing in. collaboration with male choirs from other colleges. Their calendar is

marked for outside engagements, for the Singers are always in demand by nearby colleges and civic associations. During the past year they appeared a t Carnegie Hall with New York's finest orchestra. They were also well received at a public concert sponsored by the New Jersey Alumni Association of Centenary Junior College. I t is the custom at Centenary to have several of the members lead the sing in^ of the evening grace.

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Naomi Greenman Barbara Swenson Miss Hoffer

he only honorary organization at Centenary that requires good schdarship as a requisite for candidacy is Phi Theta Kappa, National Junior College scholastic honorary society. In addition to a high academic average, those girls eligible for membership must have outstanding qualities of character and great interest in the college. The girls who have achieved this high honor are Doris Ackerman, Betty Dean, Joan Friedman, Naomi Greenman, Barbara Humble, Janet Laing, Dorothy Miloche, Marilyn Simon, and Joanne Yenny.

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pilled Ink, our student newspaper, has given as many girls as possible the opportunity to write and manage a small journal. The paper is organized under a system of itors and reporters. One of the most outstandnew features is the editorial policy: Present news, and represent the student's opinion.

Our college newspaper, under this able staff, makes its appearance every month and has been very successful in providing college news, fiction, editorials, student opinion, pictures, poems, and gossip. Under the auspices of Spilled Ink is the Press Club. The editorial board consists of Betty Halley, Feature Editor; Phyllis Mergott, News Editor; Elaine Nugent, Exchange Editor; Nancy Weinberg, Business Manager; Phyllis Sweitzer, Production Manager.

BOOK CLUB

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Joan Friedman Joyce Leopold Miss Bouton

President Norma Guerr2 Secretary --Jeanne Molnley Treasurer Gloria Mead Advisor Dr. DuBois

id you really enjoy the 'King's General'?" "What do you think of the latest by Sinclair Lewis?" These questions can be heard twice monthly as the Book Club gathers in the home of Dr. and Mrs. DuBais to discuss the latest in the gction and non-fiction field. The club was organized to supplement our Iiterarv courses, and stimulate student interest in contemporary authors. A t each meeting two books are discussed and Dr. DuBois gives a brief reading. This year the club joined the Book of the Month Club, and at the end of the year the books purchased will be given to the school library.

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BUSINESS CLUB he Business Club was formed at Centenary to give students, business and nonbusiness majors, the opportun$ty to receive practical experience and training. Learning to cut stencils, run the mimeograph machine, and doing other seretarial chores are among the activities of this club. One of the club's contributions to the student body was t n entertaining and educational Chapel program in'which they portrayed the different types of applicants for a secretarial position. I t gave us hints on how to dress on the day of our interview and on how to write an application letter. The members of 'the club visited various types of firms in New York City; and at their monthly meetings invited leading businessinen to discuss current business trends.

President Janet Laing Vice-President Cynthia Pigot Secretary-Treasurer -- Jean Dawson Advisor Miss Cole

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Jeanne Moxley Barbara Hughes Miss Hoffer

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President ---------- Debora Ettinger Vice-President Dolores Ecker Secretary Joan Eagleson Treasurer Norma Guerra

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor

Jean White Joan Holland Pat Trinkino Judy Holland Mr. Garber

ehind the flash of the light bulb you're sure to find a member of the Camera Club. This club has undertaken the task of photographing all the important events of the school year. After the pictures are taken, the girls develop and enlarge their own films in the darkroom. When they have become thoroughly acquainted with the process of developing and enlarging, thif may use the darkroom at will. The darkroom can be used only by Camera Club members.

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RECORD GLUB weet music in your ears and relaxationthese characteristics remind us of our Record Club which has been organized in recent years for the benefit and enjoyment of those girls who understand and appreciate fine music. The informal meetings are held once a month in Mr. Grayson's studio. The girls listen t o and discuss all types of music by the world's best composers and performers. The activities consist of their regular meetings, special speakers, and tours to New York to enjoy concerts, operas, or operettas. The club presents one chapel program during the year. The Record Club has accomplished its purpose to incorporate an appreciation of fine music in the hearts of its members.

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ART GLUB President . . Helen Graeber Joyce Macfarlane Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer --.----Helen Fawley Advisor Mrs. Goodwin

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he A r t and Poster Clubs have combined to form a group which is keenly interested in art work and is willing to use its imagination and skill to produce artistic creations. This group is not limited, however, to art students. The club strives to vromote interest in art and to enable its members to continue in this field outside of their regular classes. They provide posters for the future and current activities during the school year. Other projects of the club have been the placing of the bulletin boards in the dorms, and the sponsoring of an auction sale.

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FRENCH CLUB onjour, mademoiselle - comment-allezvous?" This is just a sample of what goes on a t a meeting of the French Club. Under the guidance of "Monsieur" Grenon this group meets once a month to chatter in French. The purpose-to stimulate interest in this romance language, and to give the student a chance to acquire some practical experience outside of the classroom.

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Alma Larach Edith Pinero Betty Babbage Terry Valkos Mr. Grenon

he Spanish Club is open t o all girls interested in learning about the customs, language, government, arid peoples of Latin America. Latin Amgican movies and a gala Spanish dance were sponsored by this Club for the enjoyment of all. Special trips to New York for its members were formed to further acquaint them with Spanish ideas. All the meetings are conducted in Spanish by both the leaders and members t o increase their ability to speak and understand the language.

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CENTENARY PLAYERS alent-unique, unusual, unexpected-is y b r o u g h t to the Little Theatre by the f i n tenary Players. This organization consists of students in the dramatic classes and other "would-be artists" who find experience by applying their talents to actual work. Under the tireless direction of Miss Rowena Fairchild and her two student assistants from the advanced dramatic class, three major productions have been presented: Cradle Song, three one-act plays, and a modern comedy. These productions also provide opportunities in the make-up, publicit);, stage direction and management fields. The Play Production class participates by designing, constructing, and painting sets for the performances. The members of this group and the advisor join ranks to make the Centenary players something which the college will long remember.

RADIO WORKSHOP his is station WCJC. This year the busy members of the Radio Workshop have been more active than ever before with the Wednesday evening dinner music, two monthly programs in the Little Theatre, "Wake U p and Smile" designed to chase away our Monday morning blues, and their annual Radio Day in May. The members write original scripts as well as adapt stories for radio, and broadcast them over station WEST in Easton and WGPA in Bethlehem. On Radio Day the workshop duplicates a typical schedule of a radio station beginning a t seven-thirty in the morning and ending at nine o'clock a t night. I t is a combination of all types of programs. This year they have also tried to incorporate into their programs activities of departments of the college and have successfully done so under the able guidance of Miss Josephine Wible.

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Carol Brown, Suzanne Brown, Bernice Brunner, Barbara Carey, Helen Chandler, Jean Dawson, Constance Dickman, Evelyn Dries, Joan Drummond, Peggy Durland, Judy Emerson, Nancy Forster, Jean Franklin, Beverly Gerard, Muriel Gdlette, Dorothy Gray, Cynthia Green, Jean Greenthal, Anne Harris, Lorraine Heussler, Susan Hubbell, Betsy Kennedy, Beatrice Kohlsaat, Alma Larach, Audrey Lehman, Joyce Leopold, Mary-Virginia Lewis, Joycelyn Macfarlane, Doris Meinweiser, Ann C. Morris, Beverly New, Emily Ann Pollard, Mary Ann Rohrer, Barbara Rogers, Barbara Roll, Mary Staeffler, Helen Stapff, Patricia Vollmer, Mary Louise Warg, Diane Wettyen, Joy Whitmore, Joyce Williamson.

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Barbara Almy, Cynthia Bassett, Caroline Bickel, Norma Boom, Judith Bowe, Anita Brunner, Joanne Day, Suzanne Duvall, Joan Clausen, Mary Elizabeth Coombs, Jo Anne Chance, Lois Earnhart, Gloria Eberhardt, Dolores Ecker, Nancy Elliott, Jane Foster, Dorcas Gehman, Mary Lou Gilmour, Evdyn Good, Nancy Gossard, Edythe Grebe, Jane Grim, Joan Hamon, Ann Hanson, Ann Hasson, Bunny Hitzrot, Diana Kelsey, Anne Klutey, Mary Judge, Joan Lenaz, Martha Little, Cynthia Logan, Carol Ann Mathews, Rose Mayer, Gloria Mead, Ann Messenger, Isabel Moore, Elizabeth Morgan, Rona Mound, Patricia Murphy, Mary Neptune, Tien Oei, Marilyn Olsen, Betty Otteson, Aleen Palmer, Betsy Pankey, Joan Quinn, Betty Jean Rayburn, Ann Roder, Natalie Roos, Nancy Ann Rowling, Eleanor Rumery, Nancy Salmond, Mary Sampson, Jean Schlosser, Elizabeth Seitk, Barbara Sherlock, Margaret Smith, Kay Sparrell, Lois Spinelli, Margery Strauss, Barbara Taylor, Lucinda Weil, Carolyn Werner, Mary Wing, Doris Zimmerman.

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Peggy Bolte Jaclyn Geerts Nancy Fontaine Marcia Goodwin Miss Bouton, Miss Hoffer

SIGMA EPSILON PHI Barbara Brokaw, Constance Brown, Marjorie Cassedy, Doris De Serio, Marilyn Doig, Martha Douglass, Judith Eidelsberg, Charlene Emerson, Debora Ettinger, Nancy Fontaine, Joan Friedman, Sally Gager, Nancy Gale, Jaclyn Geerts, Marcia Goodwin, Naomi Greenman, Ellen Grotto, Barbara Hale, Barbara Hughes, Barbara Humble, June Kreidler, Barbara Matthews, Dorothy Miloche, Carol Minster, Nancy Morrell, Ann Morris, Gretchen Myers, Gloria Nelson, Beatrice Randal, Paula Salzman, Elizabeth Sand, Betty Shuster, Phyllis Sweitzer, Betty Stensland, Jean Thixton, Lorraine Tweedell, Patricia Trinkino, Frances Wagner, Barbara Weinert, Joan Widerman, Joanne Yenney, Sally Young.

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WOMEN'S ATHLETlC ASSOCIATION President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer -

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he purpose of the W. A. A. is to bring forth a spirit of good sportsmanship, cooperation, and to promote interest in athletics. The W. A. A. is also interested in developing physical fitness among the girls, as well as an interest in recreational activities. One of the most important clubs under the W. A. A. is the Leaders' Corps. This organization gives the girls an opportunity to gain knowledge about the different sports. After they have talten the Leadership course, they are allowed to help the instructor with her classes, thus gaining confidence and leadership ability to explain the rules and important steps of a sport to their classmates. The Leaders' Corps has assisted with all intramural and intercoi,iegiate athletic activities.

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MODERN DANCE CLUB different medium of personal expression is offered to the student by the Modern Dance Club. This organization is unique in giving its members the opportunity to learn the techniques of modern dance interpretations, as well as in making individual experimentation possible. The club produces two recitals annually; meetings and rehearsals allot the time necessary to prepare for these presentations. The special techniques, such as leaps, falls, extensions, and sustained movement are combined by the members of this club in their demonstration of dance creations of mood, rhythm, and music.

President Joy Whitmore Vice-President Nancy Hartung . . Treasurer ....----...------.-----Glor~aFirth .. Secretary Patrlc~a Murphy

RIDING CLUB he Riding Club is open to all girls who know how to ride and who enjoy the sport. All members are given an opportunity to improve their riding technique and to gain a more thorough knowledge of horses and their care. Activities including breakfast rides, a hayride, a blue jean dance, and a spring horse show provide opportunities for the promotion of good sportsmhnship and fun for all.

Virginia Leyburn President -.--------------.-.Vice-President -------- Jacquelyn Johnston Secretary ...._---------.._-.Lucinda Weil Treasurer Ann Messenger

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he Aquatic Club was organized to teach advanced and interested swimmers how to develop swimming grace. The club has accomplished its goal, and every year the girls display their skill before students and guests. Once a month, the members attend rhythmic swimmine: classes to perfect their skills and Splash paities, to which all Centenary girls are invited, are also sponsored by the Aquatic Club. These parties and the club's other functions are planned at their regular monthly meetings. T o become a member, it is necessary to pass a required test given by the rating board of the club. In this way, only the more accomplished swimmers are admitted. The highlight of the club is the annual Aqua Rhythms which is usually presented sometime in March. This takes the form of a very professional water ballet, including colorful -props, costumes, lighting effects, and graceful, rhythmic swimming. As the girls execute their graceful routines, the full beauty of the water ballet is realized. Their routines include solos, duets, tandem swimming, and even comedy.

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OUTING CLUB he Outing Club is open to all girls who enjoy sports and the out-doors. Some of its main functions include the annual Penny Carnival each fall, the Winter Carnival with its sculpture contest and races, and of course the big weekend a t Buck Hill Falls during January. Picnics, all day hikes, roller skating and ice skating parties, hay rides, and informal dances also tie in to make the club year a busy and exciting one. A t Buck Hill Falls the girls enjoy skiing, ice skating, tobogganing, and long walks through the snow. All the girls look forward to the unique method of transportation at the Inn--an old-time 'sleigh drawn by two horses. Besides having an opportunity to partake in winter sports, the members delight in delicious, wellcooked food. This weekend is long anticipated by all the students for i t serves as another pleasant memory of our college days at Centenary. ~ By sharing the responsibilities of ~ l a n n i nthe various activities and taking part in them-good times are had by all.

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VOLLEYBALL

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PATRONS' PAGE Mr. and Mrs. John W. Abright Mr. and Mrs. Lyonel King Almy Mr. and Mrs. Elston Apgar Mrs. Chester J. Babbage Mr. and Mrs. Foster C. Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Becker Mr. and Mrs. A. Bedik Mr. and Mrs. Earle Bensing Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H, Bickel Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bierschenk Mr. and Mrs. Michel Birnbaum Mr. and Mrs. William J. Blackman Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Blake Mr. and Mrs. Ellis P. Block Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bockstover Mr. and Mrs. George S. Bogin Mrs. John C. Bolte Mr. and Mrs. Carlos C. Boom Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. H. Bowe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brokaw Dr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Reg. B. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph A. Brugger Mr and Mrs. August Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brunner Mrs. Harold H . Budd Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Burr Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Burrdl Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Carey Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cassedy Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Chance, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Swithin T. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Coombs Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Cowell Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Newel1 Davis Mr. and Mrs. Noal Davis Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson Davis Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Wm. decarpentier Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeGise Mr. and Mrs. Millard Demarest Mr. and Mrs. Paul De Serio Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dickerson Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Douglass Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Dries Mr. and Mrs. John D. Drummond Mrs:,Whitman R. Durland Mrs.'E. I. Duvall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Eagleson Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ecker Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eidelsberg Mr. and Mrs. Jawood Elliott Mr. and Mrs. S. Moffitt fllis Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Ettinger Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Fawley Mr. and Mrs. J. Felberg Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Felton Page one hundred thirty

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