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ALICE H. BOUTON T o Miss Alice H. Bouton, our capable yearbook advisor and teacher, who with her friendliness, understanding and sense of humor has made Centenary a better place throughout our two years; we, the Class of 195 0, dedicate our yearbook.


T o the Members of the Class of 1950 : You are gaduating now and so becoming the Daughters of Centenary. The College, of course, has a vested interest in you. If you do well, i t does too. I n a very valid sense there is no other way for a college to do well than in the vision and deeds of its children. Any other form of prosperity is fleeting and illusory. The College has attempted to establish within your understanding and tendencies a balance which brings into proper unity the past, the present, and that unknown future toward w h c h we inexorably move. The College, we who stay at Centenary and watch the generations of students come and go, will hold you in precious memory. We will talk about you a great deal. We will covet frequent word from you and we will not be surprised when we hear of your successes. We will be expecting to hear of them. You are the College's children. And so, we can expect no less.

EDWARD W. SEAY President


CENTENARY'S SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY

DENMAN GYMNASIUM


LOTTE HALL

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7 PRESIDENT'S

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This year the Centenary family took time off from its busy schedule to look back over seventy-five years of progress in education and to rededicate itself to the high ideals for which Centenary has always stood. A t an impressive two-day ceremony, alumni and friends of Centenary joined the administration, faculty, and students in celebrating this momentous occasion. Centenary's hstory has been one of continual change to meet the needs of changing times. How wise this has been is amply demonstrated by the commanding position now held by Centenary. With the continued loyal support of her friends and graduates, Centenary can look forward, confident that the next seventy-five years will bring as much progress as the first seventy-five have brought.

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MARGARET E. HIGHT

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WILLIAM L. RELLAHAN Chemistry - Mathematics

HELEN DANIELS ROBINSON Applied Art

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EDITH ARMEND Physical Education

BETTY LOUISE P m G m Psychology

ERLA A. STEUERWALD Biology

French - Spanish

HELEN J. LOTT Secretarial Studies

LILA S. MILLER Vocal Music

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G HiWMQNs, BLATGHFORD, JR. Director of Public Relations

JOSEPH J. SCHRADER Comptroller

RUTH E. SCARBOROUGH Librarian

fiREDERICK B. ODELL Associate Director of Admissions

PAUL T. GARDNER Bursar

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FPdWJCIS S. WIS-LIIBMS Director of F o ~ dServices

EDITH CHEWEY Resident Nurse

ANN FITZGERALD Director of Dormitories

ANNE P. MORGAN Director of Alumni Sewices

Shirley Thomas, Olive Getchius Marie V. Dalley, Jean G. Palmer, Louise Kowalick Secretaries to the Administration

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President.. ......... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Margaret . Ferguson Vice-President Secretary

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Green and White

Lead on, 0 King Eternal,

Centenary, we love thee;

The day of march has come;

Sing your praises high.

Henceforth in fields of conquest

Centenary, can't you see

Thy tents shall be our home:

For you we'll do or die.

Through days of preparation Thy grace has made us strong,

Class of Fifty, we are true, And our song we sing to you.

And now, 0 King Eternal,

Green and white we pledge to thee,

We lift our battle song.

Our own dear C. J. C.

Not to make a living, But to nobly make a life.


78 6 5 Spring Avenue, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

February 20 President, Student Council 2; Vice-President, Student Court 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1; Guild 1; Spanish Club 1; Chapel Committee 1; Centenary Players I, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 ; Phi Iota 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Radio career . . "You Were Meant For Me" . . . Sweet and gay . . . Hobby is entertaining "Birm" . . . Dramatic ability . . Seen in the Little Theatre . . . "I've got to see the Dean" . . . Looks forward to those daily letters from Philadelphia . . . Thrives on college life with "so much to do".

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617 Ridgeway Avenue, Greensburg, Pennsylvania

July 22 Vice-President, Chapel Choir 1, Librarian 2; Record Club 1, 2; Chapel Committee 2; Secretary, Guild 2; Social Committee 2; Fire Chief 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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November 4 Editor, HACK, 2 ; HACK Board 1 ; SPILLED INK 1; Press Club 1 ; International Relations Club 1 ; Phi Iota 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Nance" . . . Plans to be a private secretary . "Stardust" . . Natural curly hair . . . Knitting him socks and sweaters . . . Neatness and sincerity . . . Seen either in clothing lab or Miss Bouton's oflice . . . Worries about HACK . A true Pennsylvania girl.

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"Beth" . . Airline hostess . . Sammy Kaye records . . "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" . . Creamy complexion . Always smiling . . . Beautiful black hair . . . Usually seen in the lounge . "Don't do today what you can do tomorrow" . . Pet aversion-meatless Fridays . . . Weekends in New York City . . . "Will I ever pass Spanish?" . . . An easy-going Southerner.

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4 13 Eerkley Road, Haverford, Pemy1uran"ra

May 3 Vice-President, Fre5f;irnan Clpx; Presideat, $e*or UKW; Chapel Choir I, 2; Phi Iata 2 ; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 ; Modern Dance CIwb 1; !?sybhol~%y el&2 ; Hoc&eyTeam: TEte~aEpgikm Mu.

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"Terg"" . Nutserg school teacher . , A whiz at anything "Embmceable. You'" Very jmial . . s3h thai laugh . . Weekend@?-Taws the eountq side . . "It's wee-ma-dous" . . h0:es a gay tjme and being with people . . . Led the class 0%'ro to greater height+,

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345 Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, New York

August 3 1 President, Student Court 2; Vice-President, Student Council 2; Phi Iota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1 , 2; Camera Club 1; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Swimming Team; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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August 2 Secretary 2, Sigma Epsilon Phi.

ccJeannette" . . . Medical secretary . . .."'Because" . . . Sweet , . . Neat . . . Understanding , . . A blond-haired, blue-eyed belle . . . Swimming is fine with square dancing next in line . . . Talent for writing letters . . . Talks about those times a t Promised Land . . . Have you seen my roommate?" . . . "Wtat should T take with me this time?" . . . Ruzgtxs. <<


19 Avon Road, Larclunont, New York

January 6 President, Delta Sigma Sigma; Board of Directors, Centenary Singers 1, 2 ; Basketball, Softball and Volleyball Teams; Outing Club 1, 2; HACK Board 2 ; Guild 2; phi Iota 2. "Casey" . . . Plans to be up there in the wild, wild blue with all those handsome pilots . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . . . Friendly "Hi"' for one and all . . . Likes to see people laughing and having a good time . Tricking people into taking long, long hikes . . . "Gotta write a letter" . . Never a worry in the world . . . Weekends?hectic . Loves to eat.

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September 12 Secretary, Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 ; Press Club 2; Treasur~r,Delta Sigma Sigma 2 ; Business Manager, c&tenary Singers 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Guild Cabinet 2; Business Manager, SPILLED

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525 East Mermaid Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June 29 President, Sigma Epsilon Phi; Outing Club 1, 2 ; Centenary Singers 1; HACK Board 1, 2; Hockey, Basketball, and Softball Teams; Guild Cabinet 1 ; Camera Club 2 ; P h Iota 2.

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"Weener" . . Nice to everyone . . . Collects elephants . . . Gift of gab . . . "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" . . . Worries about starvation . . . r! . . That unceasing giggle.

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"Kay" . . Radio and Television . . "Student Serenade" . . . Vivacious and likable . . . Blue eyes and always smiling . . Loves to swim . . Good collection of pictures . . . Impersonations . . Unique laugh . . Worries about getting things done . . . Always preparing a speech . . . "It's just a riot" . . . Weekends-Nothing like variety and never a worry.

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"Prism. . "Deep in My Heart" . Calm, cool, and collected . . . Dancing blue eyes . . . A fair outdoor complexion . . . Counselor . . . Singing off key . . Making people laugh . In the library . . . "Hence, C'est la vive" . . About her future and her weight? . . Turnips! . . . "Tall, dark, and handsome!"

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New York December 4 Sports Editor, SPILLED INK 2; PubIicity Manager, W. A. A. Board 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2, Executive Board 1; Outing Club 1, 2; Basketball Team; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Dottie" . Cornen School of Nursing, New York .Hospital . "Desert Song" Goad natured; spontaneous laughter . . That natural wavy hair. . Good athlete . . . A voice that you'll never forget . Seen a t her desk pr working for the W. A. A. . . . '"ill 1 ever get all my work done?" . . . Listening board for her roornmate's various problems!

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President 2, Theta Epsilon Nu; &eretary, W. A. A. Board 1; Secrcxary, Phi lot? 3; EbBing C h b 1; .. . . Aquatie Club 1, 2.

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April 16 Secretary-Treasurer 2 , Bridge Club I; Treasurer 1, Aquatic Club 2; Riding Club 1, 2 ; Secretary, Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Monnie" . . . To be a writer . . "I'll See You Again" . . . A laugh a minute . Good natured . . . Silky hair and a creamy complexion . . Little theatre . . . "Do you have a 25th hour you could sell me?" . . . "Is SPILLED INK going to be out on time?'' . . Princeton, Lafayette, and Harvard . How can one person be so intelligent?

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March 10 President, Freshman Class; President, W. A. A. Board 2 ; President, Phi Iota 2 ; Outing Club 1, 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Chapel Choir I, 2 ; Student Council 1; Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, and Softball Teams; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Whit" . Hopes to go to Cornell . "Love Letters" . . Sparkling, vivacious, very likabIe . . . Sports, mostly tennis . . . A1 Jolson Act, full of fun . . . Running around most anywhere . . . "1'11 go out of my mind" . Getting fat . . Dislikes people who are late . . . Football season comes and she goes to Yale or Princeton . . Takes great interest in activities around school.

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Giliam Lane, Riverside, Connesticut October 1 Student Council 1; Hockey, Swimming, Sofxhll Teams; Badminton d e r ; Outing Club 2; Bridge Club 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Rating Board Chairman; W. A. A. Vice-President 2; Choir 1; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Sal" , A business woman-but not fnr long . . "'Embraceable You" . Peppp . . . Good sport Terrific sense of humor Cute, smile , Thgughcful Constagt friendI;n%s~ . , , Singing . . Dancing. !P i q o playing . .. $pofts . , . Good. natured Full af li5e . . .-L;lrughs :. "ht's face it" "Where's my roommate?" Too many meetings ., Amherst ate* No, 1 . . Never a dull mament when she is around . .

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New Jersey March 22 Outing Club I ; Centenary Singers 2 ; Chapel Choir 2; HACK Board 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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New Jersey December 5 President 2, Centenary Singers I ; Spanish Club 1, 2; Softball Team; Chapel Choir I, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Terry" . Scarritt College . Organist and choir dir:ctor . . . "All the Things You Are" . . . Enthusiastic and vivacious . . Long, curly, black eyelashes Drawing and painting . Talent in voice and piano . Breakfast crew . . Always singing . "Papooska" . . Down with "Blue Mondays",. Worries about not being around when that call comes . . Always plugging for the Centenary Singers.

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February 2 7 Outing Club 1, 2 ; Art Club 1, President 2; Dance Club 1, 2 ; Choir 1, 2 ; Student Council 1 , Class Representative 2 ; Centenary Players 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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1275 Coffeen Street, Watertown, New York

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772 Bard Avenue, Staten Island 10, New York

March 16 Aquatic Club 1; Leaders' Corps 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Laura" . . . Magnetic personality . . . Has a talent for quaint sayings . . . Gal of many dialects . . . "Deep Purple" . . . Seen mostly behind a shorthand book . . . "Bound to be a feature" . . . Those Lafayette and Lehigh weekends.


"Hillbrow", Montgomery Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania March 19 Press Club 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2 ; SPILLED INK 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Edie" . . . Transfer to University of Pennsylvania . . . "I'll Close My Eyes" . . . Always laughing . . . Sparkling contagious smile . . . Hobby is learning football plays . . . Telling tall stories . . . Worrying . . . Mail lounge . . . "But really" . . . Pet aversion 8 o'clock classes.

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May 19 Cam.era.Club 7; Fearure Editor 2, SPILI,ED INK 1; Pres~Club 1, 2; Sigma Epilon phi. . "h.iolIyU . . . Friendly . . , "Peg 0' My Heart" .

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3 3 0 Princeton Road, Union, New Jersey

November 9 Centenary Singers 1; Outing Club 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Fun . . . "Katie" Gibbs . . . That daily letter . . . Wavy hair . . . "But seriously ' . . . Theta Chi . . . Writing. . . . "One Alone". 7

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17 Ellery Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey

August 4 Centenary Singers 2 ; Chapel Choir 2 ; Leaders' Corps 2; Sigma Epsilon P h . "Dot" . . . Plans for a career in the field of nursing . . . "Penthouse Serenade" . . . Collects treasured memories . . . "Do you really?" . . . Worries about finding a spare moment . . . Hopes to travel to England . . . We didn't know she could play the French horn . . . Is always full of life and willing to help others . . . Sings crazy songs off key.

290 Baxter Boulevard, Portland, Maine August 21 Student Council I ; Centenary Singers 1, 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Ellie" . . . A true Maine girl . . . The apron brigade . . . "Always" . . . Natural curly hair . . . "More milk, please" . . . A merry chuckle . . . Pet aversion-curfew time . . . Weekends a t Lehigh . . . Always knitting for him . . . Talent for being orderly . . . Serious and friendly . . Future Plans-to live in South America.

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River Road, Trenton, New Jersey April 17 Aquatic Club 1, 2 ; Swimming, Volleyball Teams; Art Editor, SPILLED INK 2; Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Hy" . . . Quick wit and subtle humor . . "Lover" . . Stature . . . Spectacular entrances . . Collects "uglies" . . . "How 'bout a marshmella?". . . Forever riding to and from Princeton.

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244 Moore Street, Princeton, New Jersey December 3 Basketball, Swimming and S o f t b a l l T e a m s ; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Bridge Club 2; Copy Editor, SPILLED INK 2; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Audie" . . . Frank and straight forward . . . "Story of Sorrento" . . Her beaming expression . . . Talented in any sport, especially swimming . . . C'hose bangs and blue knitting bag. . . Pet aversion is "the killjoy" . . . Never blue.

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Secretary, Freshebm Classi. HACK .Board 2; Secretq-Treasurer, Q~&in~g Club 2; Delta Sigm Sigma. "Zimmie"' , Glmses perched on.'top of her ere+ cut . . . "Ghsst tRem in the Sky" . . . Medical secretary . . Seen in Grill . . Pull of laughs . . . "Seriously No*.

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February 1 Cowt Represen5adve 1, 2; HACK Board 2; Chapel Committee 1; Delta Sigm~Sigma.

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April 21 Orchestra 1, 2; HACK Board 2 ; Vice-President, Guild 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Suzie" . . . Nursery school teacher . . . "Deep in the Heart of Texas" . . . Her giggle . . . Curly hair . . . Cocker spaniels or dogs in general . . Playing the clarinet . . . Doodling . . . Granny . . . DuBois lounge . . Mail lounge . . . "Who's going to church?" . . . Shorthand . . . Mice in her room . . . Bridge . . . Maplewood.

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November 6 Outing Club 2; Modern Dance Club 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Dee". . . Very witty. . . "You Go To My Head" . . . Loves sneakers and jeans . . . Another from DuBois Hall . . . "Hey, you!" . . . "Wha's a matta' fo' you, eh?" . . . Weekends a t Dartmouth and Cambridge.


9 Norfolk Avenue, Maplewood, New Jersey April 28 Glee Club 1; Outing Club 1; HACK' Board 2; Treasurer, Guild 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Rootie" . . Wants to be a secretary at Radio City . . . ':All the Things You Are" , . Plenty of personality . That healthy, outdoor look . . Solves people's problems l i e mad . . Talk, talk, talk! . . . Hobby is collecting for her scrapbook . . . Seen here, there, and everywhere . . . "Hey &anhead!" . Has grey hair over shorthand . Never a dull moment on weekends . . Makes a super roommate 'cause she turns off the alarm.

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Record Club 1 , 2 ;SPILLED INK 2; Bridge Club 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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"Jo" . , . On to Katharine Gibbs . . "The Man I Love7*. . . Nemes of steel???. . . Long, dark hair . . . Tall and slender . . Robby?--Conducting New York Philharmonic . Seen dashing around . . Frank, friendly, fickle . . "I can't fight this anymore" . . . Worries? G a i g weight Weekends always occupied Pet aversions-homework, washing her hair, white bucks.

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February 1 8 Vice-President, Outing Club I, 2 ; Secretary, Student Council 2 ; Chapel Choir 1, 2 ; Orchestra 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Gale" . . . Golden locks and big blue eyes . . . Medical assistant . . . Talent for stringing violins and men . . . A little green Ford . . . "Blue Room" . . . Dislikes asparagus .. . . "Just a Little Bit."

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Mission Home Eben-Ezer, Schooley's Mountain, New Jersey September 29 President, International Relations Club 2; French Club 1, 2 ; Softball Team; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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5 10 Highland Avenue, Upper. Montclair,

New Jersey October 15 A r t Club 2 ; Glee Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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New York January 27 Vice-hidefit I, President 2, Business Club; Guild I; SPILLED INK; Bowling winner; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Cindy" . . Quiet, shy, and very sweet . . . Beautiful complexion . . Big blue eyes . . . Collects poems for her scrapbook . . Knitting . . . Artistic and domestic . . Giggle, dimples, her accent . . . Found in Grill and mail lounge . . . "But Sally, why doesn't he call?" . . . Weekends? Lafayette . . . Dislikes 7 o'clock alarm with no 8 o'cIock classes . . . Terrific friend.

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"Mimi" . . Future plans-Having a "haven" of her own . . "Star Dust" , .. Just one big giggle . . . Enjoys making argyles and cable stitch sweaters . . Local barber of C.J.C. . . . Helpful and happy . . . "Let's change the room" . . . Worries? Train schedules . Weekends transferred to Yale? . . "All we get is static."

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645 Westview Avenue, Philadelphia 19,

Pennsylvania June 1 Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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."AP . . , Plans to get a "Caddy" convertible . . "I Can Dream, Can't I" . . . Men . Sports . . Seen most having a smoke . "This is really IT" . . .Never worries . . Pet aversion is Old Maids . . . Weekends anywhere.

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909 E. Wadsworth Avenue, Mt. Airy.

Pennsylvania June 1 2 Theta Epsilon Nu. "Dode" . . . Plans a career . . . "Always" . . . Loves to shop . . Talent for art . . . Seen most in the Sewing Lab . . . "Don't be sarcastic" . . . Weekends in Philadelphia.

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"'Chocolate" . , . Wants to be a pohician . . . A girl with plenty of vim, vigor, and vitality . . . Contagious laugh.. . . Always seen in the Ehrarv!! . . "Vahoo!" . K e ~ busv t betwmn Boston and Y i r m a . Take away that eyebrow a ~ she d would be mute, , "Again" , . Can sleep through anything.

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June i7 Record Club 1; Press Club 2; Leaders' Corps 2; Outing Club 2; Bridge Club 2; SPILLED INK 2; Theta Epsilon Nu,

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May 16

Aquatic Club 1, 2 ; Outing Club 1, 2; Riding Club 1, 2; Bridge: Club 2 ; Sqcial Committee 2; Leaders' Corps 2; Swimming Team; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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November 8 Outing Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Book Club 2 ; Art Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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May 2 ~eaders'Corps 2; Riding Club 2; Outing Club 2 ; Aquatic Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Ann" . . . Plans to do personnel work in the future . . . "I Can Dream Can't I" . . . Sweet and thoughtful . . . Likes to take cat naps . . . "Give you a clue" . . . Weekends at "the lake".

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June 25 Glee Club 1; Centenary Playets 2 ; Dance Group 2; Outkg Club 1, 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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New York February 9 Spanish Club 1 ; Outing Club 2 ; Riding Club 1, 2 ; Bridge Club 2; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Janie" . . . Nursing . . . "That's My Desire" and "I Can Dream, Can't I?". . . Personality plus that laugh! . . . Those brown eyes! . . Horses and more horses . . Noted for her scrapbooks and photo albums . . That raised eyebrow . . . In the grill and mail lounge . . . "Oh kids!" and "By gum!" . . . Just a "worry bird" . . Hates spiders . . . Forever counting the days 'ti1 Saturday.

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May 4 Dance Workshop 2; Leaders' Corps 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

"Shiri" . . . Plans to be a Soda1 Service Warker . , . "My Wonderful One" . . . Always ready for some'fun., , . Loves to eat . . . Dazzling mermaid ... Heart of gold and sincere . .. "You Know" . . . Worries about getzing: th8 .letter . . . Lives for .

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September 24 CentenZtky Singers 1, 2; Business Club 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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3 20 3 Swarthmore Road, Wilrnington, Delaware

September 6 Treasurer, Senior Class; Outing Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2 ; Camera Club 2; Hockey and Basketball Teams; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Anne" . . . Future plans-Possibly transfering or who knows? . . "Just One of Those Things" . . Peppy and sincerity plus . . . Tall, striking type . Plays a fast tennis game . . . Athletics is her specialty . . . "I honestly don't know" . . . Bumping into Mr. Dilts . . . Seen in her yellow corduroy jacket . . . Always has the usual grin . . . Dislikes turning alarm off every morning- . . Worries about star7ation and letters.

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July 13 Treasurer, Theta Epsilon NU; Outing Club 1, 2 ; Student Council 2 .

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May 20 Centenary Singers 1; Bridge Club 1, Recorder 2 ; Outing Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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"Kathy" . . . Secretarial school . . "I'm in the Mood for Love" . . . Likes music . . . Worries about eating too much . . . Bubbles like champagne . . . "Need a cup of coffee."

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New York June 3 0 Centenary Players 1, 2 3 Outing Club 1, 2; Book Club 2.; Baketb& Team; Theta Epildn Nu. 'True'' . . Future in fiursing . . "1 Don't h a w Wrhy" . Easy g ~ h g . That wonderful dispcrsitiofi , . . Finishes b t at ewry meal . . Eats ocher people's goodies , . T h e blkh and infectivus latvgh Seen in the fourg@b d Grill . . "That's a must" , . Voxriea abwt puttiag ort weight . . "Will he be tall?" . Hates conceited people and n d l e s for die^ Bridge afmr dinner.

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October 28 Glee Club 1; Outing Club 2; Bridge Club 2 ; Recatd Club 2;'Centenary Singers 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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February 2 6 President 2, Chapel Choir 1; Centenary Siagers I , 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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October 1 3 Student Court 1; Outing Club 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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"Cindy" . . Nursery school teacher . . . "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" . . . Friendly to everyone . . . Blond, blue eyes, fair s k i . Collects stuffed animals . . Sailing . . . Knitting . . Always laughing . Grill . . . "Have a goodie time, hooptie!" . . . People who are late . . Harvard . . Home.

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April 20 Centenary Players 2; SPILLED INK 1; Leaders' Corps 2 ; Riding Club I ; Press Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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June 7 Book Club I ;Outing Club 2; Record Club I; Vice-President 2, Treasurer 1, Art Club; Sigma Epsilon Phi. Occupational Therapy. , . "Old Devil Moon" . . . Ahays good for laughs , Pretty eyelashes Drawing . . Loves sailing Here, there, and everywhere . . "Almost had a bird" . . . Pseudo . Be-Bop Dartmouth . . . sophistication Yale.

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New Jersey May 8 Outing Club 1, 2; SPILLED INK 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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January 20 Centenary Singers 1; Art Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "Joannie" , Kindergarten teacher. "Stardustz^ Sweet Attractive . . Happy most of the time. , , , Expressive brown eyes and a laugh ihat goes up the male . Collecting sentitnental objects . . Writes i p diary niglitl+ Neat as a whistle ', "Let's go fgr a valk, gg~g'' Lafayktte , A kood alarm clw% fog her roommate "I have so much to do X just don't know where to begin" . . "Has the mail from Furdue been discontinued?"

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November 24 Glee Club 1 , 2 ; Outing Club 1,2; Student Council 2; Deltsl Sigma Sigma.

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January 19 Glee Club 1; Outing Club 2. "Sue" . . . Hopes to be a secretary . . . "Embraceable You" . . Winning personality . . . Peaches and cream complexion . . . Knitting . Tall and slim . . . Seen in mail lounge-waiting!! . . . "That's for sure" . . . Worries about how to get to Ohio . . Pet aversion is shorthand . . . Dreaming of seeing that "Moon Over Miami" . . "Let's figure how many days left before vacation."

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Spanish Club, %ce-Presidh-nt 1, President 2; Thata Epsilon Nu.

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July 27 Record Club 2: Catenary Phym 1; Spanish Clurb 1, *'&iiF.kyJ' . Headed for CSoucher CalIege ''Body @adSo$' M u ~ as k a hobby . . Talent for d i & g , P~&i$srS her dret "Guess whctd" . W~rriesabmt gectime; the necessary credits for Goucher . Pet ~ersiofi-busy-bodies and tattle tales.

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June 28 Glee C1t.b 2; Basamble 2; Reeord Club 1 ; Centenary Players 2.;. Chapel Ch& 2; Centenary Singers 1.

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Bridge Club 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1; Social Committee 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Centenaiy Smgers 1, 2; Press club 2.; Se~rgtary2, ' ~ ~ p h e 1club 0 ~ 1; w i n g CI+ '1; IXK 2; Sigrna Epsilon EIr;. * . Plans-tb,go arotmd the world . .-.'You'll Never .. S'wee,t 'Beautifa1 gpxn Walk f i n e y ' c1ouds eyes ,. ,TaIq~t fat &ettS$losr in h w w Wile . & e Aost ~ in the &failh u g e and the Ergl, ... ..'*&at t h e is it?'" , Vor& about themes f ~ r D @ ~ . & B a j & Pet . a'n~reedot~& an 8 dclock cI%s. . . Homeward bound an weehends.

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October 17 Riding Club 1; Chapel Chair 1; Centenary Singers 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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February 28 Riding Club 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 2; Fire Warden 2 ; Spanish Club 2; Outing Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Ro" . . . Could be most anything. . . "So I n Love" . . . Witty . . . Always happy . . . Riding and golf . . . -Telling jokes and playing cards . . . Hurries . . . DuBois Hall. . . "Turn blue". . . "Let's go; we'll be late" . . . Noise during quiet hours . . New York . . . Always early . . . Sweet and sympathetic.

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June 30 French Club 1; Camera Club 2; Student Council 1; Hockey Team; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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July 20 Delta Sigma Sigma. "Libby" . . . Plans to be a secretary . . . "They Can't Take That Away From Me" . . . Vivacious . . . Never worries . . . Always creating a laughing disturbance . . "Put the show on the road" . . . Another DuBois fan . . . Lafayette.

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October 7 Glee Club 1; Camera Club 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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1900 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June 10 Centenary Players 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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November '8 Centenary Singers 1; Business Club 2 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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170 Boulevard, Glen Rock, New Jersey April 16 Business Club 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Moe" . . . Blue-eyed angel with a blond halo . . . Always seen saving a table . . . Never gets angry . . "Lucky Old Sun" . . . Pet aversion is liver . . . "How annoying!"

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June 19* Leaders' Corps 2; Cheerleader 2 ; Outing Chub 1, 2 ;Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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49 Montrm Street, Newark 6, New Jersey September 20 Secretary-Treasurer 2; Leaders' Corps; Chapel Choir 1,2 ; Aquatic Club 1,2; Outing Club 1 , 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu. ''Terwill" . Would like to work for a handsome Doctor . "'Body and Soul" Dependable .. Long eyelashes, short hair and big blue eyes . Alwap writing l e t t m and swimmhg . ' Seen in the d i g room "Have some coffe with your cream" , Worries about shorthand and so many meetings . . -. Pet aversion is people W ~ like Q jazz. . Knitting argyles . "Everybody out in the kitchen, please'" . . . "ThefeJs mthing wrong with Hoboken" . . "How soan dl1 next vacation?"

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January 2 Aquatic Club 1, 2 ; Spanish Club 1, 2 ; Glee Club 1; Camera Club 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Thel" . . . Fashion career . . . "Prisoner of Love" . . . Easy going and friendl y . . . Pretty dark hair. . . Knitting argyles for him . . . Spanish is her talent . . . M-m-m, those clothes! . . . Waiting at the dining-room door . . . "Let's change the room around" . . . Down with stewed tomatoes! . . . Talks in her sleep.

60 Bates Road, Great Neck, New York

August 26 Outing Club I, 2 ; Centenary Players I, 2 ; Softball Team; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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April 24 RecordClub 1, 2; International Relations Club 2; Bridge Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi, "Judy" , . Vivacious and fun loving . "Oh Blond hair and blue eyes . no it doesn't" So petite and dainty . . Seen in the Erilf . . Dislikes silly people , "Laura".

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August 20 Centenary Players I, 2; International Relations Club 1, 2 ; Bridge Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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February 28 Glee Club 1; Outing Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Centenary Players 1, 2; Camera Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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September 12 Centmay Players 1, 2; Treasurer, W. A$ A. 2; Outing Club 2 ; Basketball Teain; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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July 2 1 Outing Club I , 2 ; President, Centenary Players 2 ; Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Annie" . . . Hopes to be a social worker . . . "Goodnight Sweetheart" . . Can tell some very funny stories . . . "Golly Ned" . . . Wears clothes well . . . A constant worrier . . . An individualist . . . Understanding . . . Talent for saying the wrong thing at the right time . . . Always in a hurry . . . Those food packages . . . Has the craziest weekends.

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December 5 Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 ; Press Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Glee Club 1, 2 ; Bushess Club 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu. "Beer" . . .. hhriage . . . "Throvgh the Years" . . . Cheelfsrl.. . . Red hair . . . Bridge . , . Considerate . , ; G f l . . . "Can't &ght it", . . 8 :OO classes . :;Hqmq.


1214 24th Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania August 29 Student Council 2; Social Committee 2; Book Club 2; Centenary Players 1, 2; Bridge Club 1, 2; Volleyball Team; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Gosso" . . . Dry sense of humor . . . Easy going . . . Likes colored combs . . . Dislikes alarm clocks . . . After classes she's into dungarees . . "That makes me mad" . . . Worries about the colors to make argyles . . . "I'll do i t tomorrow" . . Loves coke and chocolate ice cream . . . Seen in the lounge . . . "Ya' think so huh?"

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July 25 Outing Club; President 2, Aquatic Club I; Softball Team; W. A. A. Board 2; Chaplain, Theta Epsilon Nu.

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March 29 Secretary, Centenary Singers I, 2; Vice-President I, President 2; Camera Club; Delta Sigma Sigma. "Del" . . . Medical secretary, then marriage . . . "I'm in the Mood for Love" . . . Lovable and vivacious . . . Knitting, photography, and cooking . . . Helpful, healthy, and happy . . . Chem. Lab. . . . "Wonder who the phone is for". . Phi Delt . . Aversion, alarm clocks . . . Her wonderful C.J.C. scrapbook.

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February 1 0 Spanish Club 1; Record Club 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi. "EGe" . . . Beautiful blue eyes and chestnut hair . . . Loves classical music . . . Always smiling or laughing . . . "I don't believe it!" . . . "When will I have time to answer that letter?" . . . "Deep Purple."

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November 30 Outing Club; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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HELEN FAWLEY A generous heart and a helping hand are what we remember best when we think of Helen Fawley. Most of us knew Helen for only a brief period, as time is commonly measured, but she will always live in our memory. In one short year we came to love and respect Helen for her noble character.

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Maroon and White

The maroon and white aloft we raise Throu g h years at C. J. C. We'll keep the joys of college days

A cherished memory. Our hearts with thanks are ringing, Until our course is run; Our lips with praise are singing, The Class of Fifty-one.


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Front Row: Jayne Beatty, Barbara Beasley

Second Row: E m y L o u B a r g , Eleanor Bahto, Essie Bearnarth, Jan Bath Back Row: Mary Elizabeth Balish, Barbara Behn, Nancy Beatus, Dorohy Bayley

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Fronf Row: Doreene Bradley, Janet Bond, Lois Burker Secoqzd Row: Daphne Boyle, Mary Ann Campbell, Mary Bright Back Row: Yvonne Bucher, Joan Busher, Barbara Brayton, Barbara Bris bin

Front Row: Letizia Corigliano, Joann Carl Second Row: E l i z a b e t h C o l e , Noreen Case, Priscilla Cook, Virginia Curtiss, Eleanor Cranshaw Back Row: Mary Ann Daubin, Mary Cummings, Joan Cramer

Frorzt Row: Dorothy Donecker, Patricia Doblin, Patricia Fairchild, Ruth Ebling Second Row: Eleanor Decker, Mary Jane Davis, Lavonne Evans Back Row: Lois Dodd, Beverlv Dornau, Sally Duffy

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Front Row: D o r o t h y F o r s t e r , Frances Fitts Second Row: Jeannette Frese, Joan Fritzsche, Adele Franzoni, Barbara Gale, Stephanie Frank Back Row: Gretchen Friend, Geraldine Finch, Susan Friend

Front Row: Barbara Greiff, Sally Gnau, Barbara Gruhn Second Row: Louise Grosh, Joanne Gephardt, Evelyn Gravatt Back Row: Joyce GrifIith, Doroth y Goedecke, Lenore Hadad, Charlotte Gooding, Carol Green

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Front Row: Charlotte Jameison, Doris Hoppe Second Row: Nance Hope, Roberta Joffee, Helen Hutz, Joyce Isseks, Merion H u n t Back Row: Marita Ho, Barbara Horn, Barbara Holmes

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Front Row: N a n c y Christina Larson, Marilyn Lewis Second Row: Sara Larson, Diana Leahy, Zelda L e o p o l d , Dorothy Lemon, Betty Lau Back Row: Carolyn Linnewerth, Joan Lindstrom Absent: Ann Levy


Front ROW:Janet MacWhinney Second Row: J o c e l y n M a n z e r , Mary Little, Barbara Malkin, Elizabeth Lowry, Merilyn Matlack Back Row: Mildred McCool, Dina Loy, Gretchen Lion

Front Row: Patricia Melarky, Margaret McPherson Second Row: N a n c y Mason, Nancy McCrady, Joyce Miller, Marilyn Mertz, Dorothy Mets

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Second Row: Barbara Mooney, Joy Nelson, Barbara Morrison Back Row: Nancy Minisi, Jane Nelson

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Second Row: Nance Slaw, Rita Sennet, Lois Sleigh Back Row: Polly Shepardson, Harriet Soule, Mary Lou Schmidt

Front Row: Joyce Snyder, Felicia Steiner, Shirley Stevens, Joy Solomon, Marcille Staveley

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Front Row: Susan Waring, Barbara Warren, Margo West, Nancy Webber, Priscilla w a t t s Second Row: Priscilla Westervelt, Barbara Whitehill, Lois Weingartner

Front Row: Ruth Zimmermann Second Row: Anne Woche, Jane Wiswall, Barbara A. Wilson, Barbara Windfeldt, Phyllis Wilder Back Row: Margaret Williams, Barbara Nancy Wilson, Joan Williams


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WHEN college days are over and most books

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are forgotten, one book, the yearbook, is brought out time and again from its place in the bookcase. As the pages are leafed through, fond memories rush back and a reminiscent mood may transform your thoughts from present-day happenings back to your days a t Centenary.

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When we do look at our ear book, the hard work, planning, and long hours of preparation are quickly forgotten. Without a staff that was willing to work and a good advisor to guide them through writing copy, typing, proofreading, our book would not have been nearly as complete and accurate in its recollections. The patience, willingness, and co-operation of this group has produced a book well worth keeping and in later years when a sentimental mood invades your thoughts, you can glance through your HACK to help recall more vividly your Alma Mater.

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legislative body, known to all as the Student Council, is run for the students and by the students with the help and guidance of a very understanding President, Dean, and faculty. This active organization is composed of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Hall and House Presidents, two representatives elected from each class, one representative of the day students, and the co-chairmen of the social committee. The group meets with its advisor, Dean Hight, on alternate Thursday evenings.

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Sally Torpin

Vice-President..................................Joan Eagleson Secretary ............................................Gale Rudine Treasurer ....................................Nona Hemmeter Miss Hight Advisor..................................................

Although, i t is basically a representative government, every student is a member, and is invited to attend any meeting of the Student Council. While the representatives are the only girls with an actual voting power, all girls are encouraged to bring their questions, problems, and complaints directly or indirectly to the Student Council meetings. Once a problem is brought to the Council, i t is solved as quickly and quietly as possible with the co-operation of the students.

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THE JUDICIAL BODY, a powerful, functioning part of the Student Government, is entrusted with the important work of upholding our Honor System. The system takes for granted that the student will realize and appreciate her freedom by respecting the few demands made of her. I t is an adult system that helps prepare us for a mature world. The Court is a board of ten members, nine of whom are elected by the students, with the Dean acting as advisor. ~h~ vice-president of the Student Council is the presiding oficer, and the

OFFICERS President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joan .. Eagleson Secretary ..........................................

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other members are the President of the Student Council, the Secretary of the Student Court, and three members elected from each class. Student trials are conducted individually and according to democratic policies with wisdom, impartiality, and complete understanding. The Court members, chosen for insight and judgment, carry out their duties with all fairness in the way most beneficial to those concerned. These factors make it an essential part of the Centenary plan. Without the Court there could be no Honor System, for i t acts as the supporting unit of the system, and without the Honor System we would have neither the freedom nor the privileges which are so valuable a part of Centenary life.


T HE CENTENARY SINGERS is the concert singing group on campus. Membership is limited to those girls who, by tryouts, show ability in singing and note reading. This year there are seventy-four members. The Centenary Singers, under the direction of Mr. Smith, presents special programs throughout the year; on Parents' Day, Christmas, Easter, and Graduation. This year the girls rendered selections during the celebration of the Seventy-fifth Anniversary on November fifth and sixth.

This popular singing group often travels to nearby men's colleges to present concerts and, thereby, brings to our campus the opportunity of hearing men's choirs in exchange concerts. Last year the Centenary Singers had the great honor and privilege of singing in Carnegie Hall with the famous New York Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert was such a success that they have been invited to perform there again this year. The college can be very proud of the praise and honor this group has brought to Centenary.

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WITH their blue robes and black velvet caps, the Chapel Choir is a familiar and beautiful sight at Vespers as they march down the aisle leading us in the processional hymn. The thirty-six girls in the club meet twice a week under the very able direction of Mr. Smith. These girls are chosen for their vocal ability and as we hear them sing, we know they were chosen well. Their voices blend richly in the three-part harmony of the hymn. We are very proud to have our friends and parents hear them a t the Sunday night vespers.

Perhaps the loveliest part of the choir singing is heard after the benediction when the girls sing in the hall outside of the Chapel. The door is slowly closed giving the effect of voices fading softly away in the distance.

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HI IOTA is an honorary society consisting of seniors who are presidents of the ten major organizations of the college. Meetings of this society are held once every month in the home of President and Mrs. Seay. Problems and topics of general interest to the students are discussed at the meetings with the Dean and President, who advise by offering suggestions, opinions, and criticisms. Through this organization, there is a strong bond of co-operation created between the students and the administration and a more efficient college management is the result. The members of this organization are Sally Torpin, President of Student Council; Joan Eagleson, President of Student Court; Peggy Ferguson, President of Senior Class; Carol Whitney, President of W. A. A.; Monica Williams, Editor of SPILLED INK; Nancy Elliott, Editor of HACK; Priscilla Davis, President of Guild; Marianne Wehner, President of Diok; Kay Sparrell, President of Cal; Libby Ridenour, President of Pieth. President.............................. . a Whitney Secretary..........................Elizabeth Ridenour Advisors ..............Miss Hight and Mr. Seay

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .........J ean Crawford Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Evelyn . Good . Parker Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Janet Advisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miss .. Hoffer

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THETA KAPPA, the National Junior College honorary society, is the only scholastic honorary society on the Centenary campus. Membership not only requires a high scholastic standing but also a fine upstanding character and pleasing personality, as well as evidence of good citizenship and interest in the school. The students who have attained this honor are Peggy Ferguson, Carol Whitney, Monica Willian~s, Joan Eagleson, Lois Bossert, Sue Dickerson, Edith Pifiero, Sally Torpin, Evelyn Good, Jean Crawford, Janet Parker, Theresa Valkos, Anita Brunner, and Virginia Lippincott.

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T H E GUILD is a school activity in which all students have the opportunity to participate as members. I t is the religious and charitable organization of Centenary. The Guild was organized for the purpose of promoting an active interest in religious and philanthropic work and stimulating a spirit of good will throughout the student body at Centenary. The Guild, this year, has conducted special Chapel services and sponsored Religious Emphasis Week, at which time we had a minister as our guest on the Centenary campus to lead discussion groups and to speak in Chapel. I n addition, the Guild gave a Christmas party for underprivileged children.

President.. .... ........Priscilla Davis Vice-president ... . I . . .................Sue Knox Secretary.....................Sue Birmingham Treasurer.................... Ruth Schumacher ............Dr. Mills Advisor ........... C E R S President ............................ Edith Pinero . Hambur g er Vice-president . . . . . . . . . . .Betti Roberta Havet Secretary ........................ Treasurer . . . . . . . . . L e n o r e Hadad Advisor .................hi . . . . . . . . . . .Miss Cook

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THE CENTENARY PLAYERS, under the direction of their new leader, Mr. Rollie Brink, has already given us an example of their capability through the medium of the play, "Diamonds and Kangaroos," written by Dr. H. Graham DuBois. This organization consists of students interested in the theatre arts. During the year, Centenary Junior College petitioned the National Chapter of Delta Psi Omega and Alpha Psi Omega for a local chapter of their National Honorary Dramatic Society. As a result of gaining a charter, the Centenary Players has been abandoned in favor of this National Society. The college' will long remember this group and their advisor for the talent displayed in their many excellent productions. Director .. . Sub-Director Secretary . Treasurer Advisor

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From our own station WCJC, you hear everything from "tear-jerkers" to the "64 Dollar" type of show. The Beginning Radio Workshop introduces the girls to the control room and all the techniques used to produce professional broadcasts. The more advanced students spend time presenting programs over the air in Easton, Bethlehem, and ~ b r r i s t o w n .One of their projects for the year is the adaptation of a story in good radio script form. In February, the advanced seniors pack up and haunt radio studios in New York for a weekend, attempting to swallow all the advice and suggestions they may obtain. The biggest project of the year is the Radio Day when a complete day of many types of radio programs are given over WCJC by the entire Radio Workshop. Page one hunarea cnzrtv-jou~


MUSIC for pleasure is the express purpose of the Instrumental Ensemble. T h small intimate group is composed of students who play legitimate orchestral instruments and do so for enjoyment. One night each week this group meets in Mr. Smith's studio to "fiddle away the time." These talented girls play everything from Mozart to Jerome Kern with ease and agility. On occasions, such as the formal dinners in the college dining room, the ensemble provides a continuous medley of sweet and easy-to-listen-to music. For special vesper services, a select few accompany the chapel choir and give solos for the enjoyment of all those present.

C E R S President ......................... Barbara Almy Vice-president ................Elizabeth Flower Treasurer ............................Barbara Smith Advisor ....................................Dr. DuBois

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NEW CLUB a t C. J. C. this past year was the Bridge Club. Girls who wished to join tried out by playing a hand of bridge; and from this group, a limited number was accepted.

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President..............................Cynthia Pigot Vice-president ..................Eleanor Decker Secretary..................... Arlene Rosenberg Advisor..................................Miss Sheehan

BZ~SI~ZW ch6 THE BUSINESS CLUB is one of

the really prqctical clubs a t Centenary. It is through this club that girls can learn the fundamental necessities of the business world. Practical experience is gained through learning to operate a mimeograph machine and cutting stencils. Occasionally, the club plays hostess to a guest speaker, usualky a businessman who can give the girls much valuable advice.

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CLUB was organized to help camera enthusiasts develop the art of fine photography. During the year, they hold a photography contest which is open to any member of the college. There is a flash-bulb camera and a box camera in the library which anyone may take out for her own use. The members of this club have their own dark room which they may use anytime. These camera enthusiasts take pictures of all the college activities. After developing and enlarging them, they are put on exhibition for the students to see and buy. By the end of the year, many useful and have been learned. helpful tficks of

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dolores Ecker Vice-president....................... Janet Bond Secretary .................. ..Elizabeth Balish Treasurer . .: . . . . . . . . . . . Jean McCarthy C E R S President............................Arlene Rosenberg Secretary.,............Hanna-Rose Zirnmermann Advisor..........................................Miss Cook

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0 UR student newspaper, SPILLED INK, seeks to give actual journalistic experience to as many students as possible, while a t the same time bringing campus news and features to the students and faculty. It is published ten times yearly, with extras for outstanding events. This year, SPILLED INK has made many improvements. It has more than doubled its previous size and, in addition, i t has an entirely new and different format. Also, for the first time, ads from local stores have been printed in the paper and have been of benefit both to the students and the merchants. This year, SPILLED I N K became a member of the Columbia National Scholastic Press Association and sent delegates to its convention in New York City. Editor............................ Monica Williams Associate Editor ...........Mary Liz Coombs Business Manager..................Evelyn Good Advisor ..............................Mr. Blatchford C E R S President..........Mary Elizabeth Coombs Vice-president................Essie Bearnarth Secretary...................... ..Paula Murphy reasurer ............................Doris Smith

T H E PRESS CLUB is a club organized for the benefit of those girls who are interested in journalism or any other aspect of the press. They have qp.0 main projects for the year. One is the typing and posting, on the bulletin boards, of the notices announced in the Tuesday and Thursday Chapels. The other project is the compiling and printing of a college song book that includes popular college songs of Centenary, sorority songs, and our college cheers. Aside from their regular activities, the Press Club also co-sponsored a very successful costume dance in the fall.

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THE PSYCHOLOGY CLUB is an organization which functions primarily for Psychology majors or those interested in the basic techniques and ideas of psychology. Those wishing to become members, must write a letter stating why they wish to join the organization. This year, the club consists of twenty-five members. A t their meetings, which are held once a month, they discuss various problems pertaining to psychology. The club also sponsors several field trips t o institutions throughout the state, in order to become acquainted with the problems of the mentally-ill. Occasionally, they invite a well authorized speaker to give insight into his field of psychology. On these occasions, the meetings are open to all Centenary students. President....................... .Ann Ballenberg Vice-president............ Nancy McCrady Secretary............ ..DorisSmith Treasurer ..........................Carolyn Nye Advisor ..........................Mr. Garber OFFICERS

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there was no better place to enjoy it than a t the informal meetings of the Record Club. These meetings were held in either Mr. Grayson's home or his studio. The members listened to everything from semiclassical to Bach, and by doing so gained a greater appreciation of the wide sphere of music. This year, fitting the type of music to the time of year, the club members played and discussed Handel's "Messiah" a t Christmas and Easter.

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OFFICERS President .................. Katherine Sparrell Vice-President.......... ..Mary Faith Judge Secretary ............................Judith Bowe Treasurer .......................... Evelyn Good Advisor Mr. Garber

S e n i o r 4 Barbara Almy, Caroline Bickel, Judith Bowe, Anita Brunner, Joanne Chance, Mary Liz Coombs, Joanne Day, Lois Earnhart, Dolores Ecker, Nancy Elliott, Jane Foster, Dorcas Gehman, Mary Lou Gilmour, Evelyn Good, Edythe Grebe, Jane Grim, Joan Hamon, Hester Hitzrot, Paula Hutter, Anne Klutey, Mary Faith Judge, Joan Lenaz, Martha Little, Cynthia Logan, Carol Mathews, Rose Mayer, Tien Oei, Marilyn Olsen, Betty Otteson, Aleen Palmer, Ann Roder, Natalie Roos, Eleanor Rumery, Katherine Sparrell, Joan Savage, Nancy Stone, Shrley Wilson, Doris Zimmerman.

3 ~ e d h ' z e n Carol Alfaro, Jane A. Atwood, Eleanor Bahto, Dorothy Bayley, Barbara Beasley, Jayne Beatty, Barbara Bevans, Barbara Biggs, Nancy Blickley, Daphne Boyle, Doreene Bradley, Polly Bright, Yvonne Bucher, Joan Busher, Joan Cramer, Eleanor Cranshaw, Mary K. Cummings, Mary Ann Daubin, Dorothy Donecker, Barbara Gale, Carroll Goedecke, Charlotte Gooding, Carol Green, Priscilla Henrich, Carol Heston, Beth Hollinger, Bunny Holrnes, Doris Hoppe, Charlotte Jameison, Barbara Kalle, Zelda Kleinfeld, Chris Larson, Diana Leahy, Zelda Leopold, Carolyn Linnewerth, Diane Lowry, Dina Loy, Mitzi Malick, Barbara Malkin, Mildred McCool, Nancy McCrady, Pat Melarkey, Marilyn Mertz, Marilyn Meyer, Joyce Miller, Barbara Mooney, Jeanne Morris, Paula Murphy, Jane Nelson, Sally Nelson, Kate Nigh, Carolyn Nye, Janice O'Neil, Peggy Porter, Helen Purdy, Justine Sanford, Ellen Shoemaker, Doroth y Snyder, Joy Solomon, Harriet Soule, Dolores Summa, Pattie Thomas, Ruth Thomas, Elizabeth Urner, Janet Van Siclen, Barbara Warren, Priscilla Watts, Nancy Webber, Margo West, Barbara Whitehill, Barbara A. Wilson, Barbara N . Wilson.

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xniorb Ann Ballenberg, Gloria Blake, Lois Bossert, Ellen Brinton, Jeannette Brugger, Sally Cook, Jean Crawford, Judy decarpentier, Doris De Gise, Jeanne Durkin, Joan Eagleson, Carol Erb, Gloria Firth, Lorraine Ford, Joan Garey, Alyce Garrabrant, Mary Heywood, Margaret Jameson, Jeanne Kahn, Betty Kirsten, Nancy Knapp, Suzanne Knox, Dorothy Kruse, Alice Lake, Dorothy Mackeown, Marilyn Mayberry, Estelle Mindlin, Bertha Mullen, Joanne Nolt, Louise Off, Gloria Perruso, Cynthia Pigot, Doris Pontery, Elise Quinn, Judith Ripley, Gale Rudine, Jane Stout, Marguerite Swartz, Barbara Talcott, Asta Tamm, Clara Tonking, Sally Torpin, Theresa Valkos, Polly Webb, Marianne Wehner, Susan Wyrtzen, Hannah-Rose Zimmermann.

3 ~ e s X ~Constance n Agate, Marion Anderson, Jane Arenberg, Bonnie Arnold, Jan Bath, Essie Bearnarth, Nancy Beatus, Barbara Ann Bohn, Barbara Berger, Eve Betts, Marlene Blum, Barbara Brayton, Barbara Brisbin, Lois Burker, Mary Ann Campbell, Joann Carl, Noreen Case, Barbara Clinchy, Elizabeth Cole, Priscilla Cook, Letizia Corigliano, Virginia Curtiss, Beverly Dornau, Lavonne Evans, Patricia Fairchild, Geraldine Finch, Frances Fitts, Stephanie Frank, Adele Franzoni, Joanne Gephardt, Evelyn Gravatt, Elizabeth Hall, Nancy Hemmings, Agnes Hession, Barbara Horn, Helen Hutz, Marcia King, Judy Klein, Polly Knowlton, Grace Kocher, Sara Larson, Ann Levy, Marilyn Lewis, Joan Lindstrom, Janet MacWhnney, Jocelyn Manzer, Vivian Martin, Nancy Mason, Merilyn Matlack, Anne Melvin, Marlene Muelhauser, Ruth Munson, Joan Murdock, Earlene Perry, Barbara Joan Polley, Patricia Prettyman, Janet Reed, Rhonda Rosecrans, Margery Ruggles, Frances Rypins, Dorothy Sample, Lois Sleigh, Joan Sonderburg, Margot Stearns, Felicia Steiner, Shirley Stevens, Marianne Sturm, Marian Sulzer, Audrey Sustmann, Gyda Thorsteinsson, Linda Trudeau, Joan Turner, Patricia Valentine, Marilyn Vander May, Barbara von Broock, Priscilla Westervelt, Barbara Windfeldt, Jane Wiswall.

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President.. ................Elizabeth Ridenour Vice-president.. .......... .Katherine Kuehl Secretary.. .................... Mary Lou Schell ..........Ann Scott Treasurer ............. . . . Advisor........................... Mr. Rellehan

S e n i o r 3 Joan Barbour, Sue Birmingham, Marilyn Block, Mirni Burr, Pat Cowell, Sue Dickerson, Thelma Felberg, Peggy Ferguson, Irene Foster, Mary Joan Gardner, Kay Giering, Virginia Grant, Sue Halbren, Jane Harmon, Nancy Heinemann, Nona Hemmeter, Joan Kalmine, Joan Kerbs, Sally Kirkham, Katherine Kuehl, Jocelyn Lamson, Virginia Lippincott, Jane Madden, Jean M c C a r t h ~ ,Mary Ann Pfeiffer, Kathy McRae, Jane Miethke, Carol Moseley, Evelyn Newcomb, Janet Parker, Allene Muhlbach, Edith Pifiero, Norene Quarado, Beth Register, Barbara Reinhold, Elizabeth Ridenour, Barbara Rider, Arlene Rosenberg, Joan Saffir, Mary Lou Schell, Ruth Schumacher, Ann Scott, Kay Sholler, Lois Terwilliger, Joyce Van Lare, Carol Whitney, Monica Williams.

3 r e r l ~ m e n' ' ~ i a n eAstarita, Marlene Atwood, Nancy Abbott, Bobbie Arnold, Barbara Behn, Emy Lou Barg, Barbara Blacher, Deborah Binns, Janet Bond, Mary Ann Bish, Betty Balish, Eleanor Decker, Sally Duffy, Pat Doblin, Mary Jane Davis, Lois Dodd, Ruth Ebling, Jean Fritzsche, Dorothy Forster, Jeanette Frease, Susan Friend, Gretchen Friend, Barbara Greiff, Joyce Griftith, Sally Gnau, Barbara Gruhn, Bette Jane Hendershot, Carolyn Heyman, Lenore Hadad, Betti Hamburger, Nan Hope, Merion Hunt, Joyce Isseks, Roberta Joffee,'Hannah Jones, Rae Krout, Hally Lee Kornbluth, Sally Kugler, Mary Little, Gretchen Lion, Betty Lau, Nancy Larson, Joan Macfarlane, Barbara Morrison, Dorothy Mets, Margaret McPherson, Evelyn Kelly, Mary Megahan, Nancy Minisi, Lois Norcross, Lucille Osmundson, Diane Raith, Nancy Roberts, Mary Jane Radcliff, Mary Ryan, Joan Schain, Nance Slaw, Mary Lou Schmidt, Joyce Snyder, Polly Shepardson, Barbara Smith, Rita Sennet, Helen Skeele, Joan Salley, Marcille Stavely, Joan Towey, Sue Waring, Joan Williams, Ann Walrad, Joan Wappler, Lois Weingartner, Phyllis Wilder, Peggy Williams, Anne Woche.


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The W. A. A. Board consists of the presidents of all the athletic clubs, the Leaders' Corps, the Riding Club, the Aquatic Club, and the Outing Club. They meet once a month to discuss the problems of the clubs and the general activities of W. A. A. Their chief interest is to help develop physical fitness and interest in recreational activities among the girls at the college, and they work together to promote a spirit of good sportsmanship and to present their activities in such a way that everyone will be interested. The Board sponsors all intra-mural and intercollegiate games, and several times during the year plays hostess to challenging college teams, the most unusual being the hockey game of C. J. C. girls versus members of a Lafayette fraternity. Each season the Board arranges the ~ o p u l a r faculty all-star games, which prove to be as much fun for the spectators as the players. I n the spring, the W. A. A. makes the class and individual athletic awards in the traditional W. A. A. Awards Chapel.

f the most important clubs in the W A. A. is the Leaders' Coros. The eirls who have taken . the Leaders' Corps course become members. They assist in the gym classes which gives them practica l experience in conducting 'lasses as as developing confidence and leadership by explaining rules and techniques of the various sports. u

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President.. ........................... Patricia Murphy Vice-president......................Stephanie Frank Secretary-Treasurer.. ................ .Ann Roder OFFICERS President............................ .Elizabeth Flower Vice-President................. . G e r a e Finch Secretary-Treasurer ....... Rose Mayer

The Riding Club, one of the most enjoyable sports at Centenary, has many enthusiasts. Its main purpose is to promote interest in acquiring new techniques, and at the same time providing fun for all. A t some of the monthly meetings, movies are shown demonstrating equestrian rules. Ideas and suggestions for improved riding, care, and treatment of horses are discussed at these meetings. Breakfast rides are a favorite pastime of the club and the members decide on t h e dates. The rides take place about once or twice a month. A hayride is usually scheduled for the early spring and after this, plans for the annual Spring Horse Show are started.

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dfttvbb ch6 Rhythm, grace, and beauty, that's our Aquatic Club in three words. A t least these are the goals of every interested and advanced swimming member of the club. Once a month, the members attend rhythmic swimming classes to perfect their skills and gracefulness. The club sponsors the Splash parties, to which all C. J. C. girls are invited, and the intercollegiate and inter-class swimming meets. This is the time when we all get hoarse from cheering our girls on to victory. These parties are planned at their regular monthly meetings. To become a member, it is necessary to pass a required test given by the student rating board of five club members. In this way, only the more accomplished swimmers are admitted. Every year the girls display their skill before students and guests at the highlight of the year, The Aqua Rhythms. This takes the form of a very professional water ballet, with props, costumes, lights, and graceful rhythmic swimming by "Neptune's Daughters" themselves. The water just bubbles with activity as the girls go into their solos, duets, tandems, and even comedy swimming routines. At the end of the show i t is hard for one to forget the beauty of those white suited mermaids of the Aquatic Club.

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Spence, Alexandria ..........................................10 Steuerwald, Erla A.......................................... 13 Thomas, Shirley M......................................... 15 .................. 12 Wible, Josephine E ..................... . Williams, Francis S........................................ 15.

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Almy. Barbara..................................................37 Arnold. Virginia .............................................. 73 Ballenberg. Ann Alice...................................... 30 Barbour. Joan Lily.......................................... 64 Bassett. Cynthia Romeyn............................... 71 Bickel, Eleanor Caroline.................................. 24

Durkin. Jeanne Clinton ............... 2............... 69 Eagleson. Joan Ruth........................................ 25 Earnhart. Lois Mae....................................... 76 Ecker. Dolores LaRue...................................... 99 Elliott. Nancy Rosamond............................... 21

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Bowe, Judith .................................................. 29 Brinton, Ellen Landis......................................... 24 Brugger, Jeannette Phyllis................................ 25 Brunner, Anita Margare 93 Burr, Muriel Margaret......................................5 3 Chance, Jo-Anne Whitlock.............................. 60 Clausen, Joan Stu 44 Cook, Sally Penny 52 Coombs, Mary Eli 104 ............. 92 Cowell, Patricia Anne ........,.... :.... . . . Crawford, Jean Wesley.............. .,; ............... 22 Davis, Priscilla Ann.......................................... 2 8 Day, Joanne Steers........................................... 74 decarpentier, Judy ......................................... 9 0 DeGise, Doris Margaret.................................... 50 Dickerson, Rae Susanne.................................... 8 6 .$

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Ferguson. Margaret Lee.................. . ............ 23 Firth. Gloria Barbar Flower. Elizabeth Ford. Lorraine C. Forsch. Robin ..................... . ...................... 75 Foster. Irene ..................... ............................... 50 Foster, Jane Marguerite................................. 60 ............ 71 Gardner. Mary Joan....................... . Garey. Joan Conrad ............... . ................... 76 Garrabrant. Alyce Pabst.............................. .... 54 Gehman. Dorcas Jean ................................ .T. . . 95 Gerion, Eleanor Mar Giering. Katharine Gilmour. Mary Lo Good. Evelyn Ma Gossard. Nancy Jane .................................... 47 Granger. Prudence ............................................ 66 Grant. Virginia Lorraine..................................100 Grebe. Edythe Marple............................. ... . . 36 Grim. Mary Jane ........................................ 68 Gunning. Barbara Ann .................................. 34


Page Halbren. Suzanne Jill .......................................56 ........ 70 Hamon. Marjorie 'Joan................... . . . ......... 9 3 Hanson. Ann Corinne........................ Harmon. Jane .................................:.. .............. 92 Hasson, Anne Elizabet Hastreiter. Suzanne Havet. Roberta ..... Heinemann. Nancy Lou....................... ..... 23 Hemmeter. Nona ............................................ 3 3 Heywood. Mary Jean .................................... 38 . 75 Hitzrot. Hester Gouverneur....................... ...: Hutter. Paula Millicent.................................. 89 Hynes. Jean Artha .......... Jameson. Margaret Ann Judge. Mary Faith.......... ....................107 Kahn. Jeanne Anne ..;........... . . . Kalmine. Joan Adrienne ................................ 43 Kelsey. Diana Whitwell.................................. 45 Kerbs. Joan Marilyn .......................................107 Kirkham. Sally Dwight ........................ :.......... 3 1 Kirsten. Marion Elizabeth ................... . . ..... 63 Klutey, Anne HalIowell............................... 63 Knapp. Nancy Mowbray..................:.............104

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Palmer. Maree Ale ....... ...................43 Parker. Janet Ellen.......................................... 94 Perruso. Gloria Jean ................................. 51 Pfeiffer. Mary Ann.... 99 Pigot. Cynthia Elizabeth ............................ 52 Pinero. Edith Mae....................................... 78 Pontery. . Doris Augusta .............................. 73 .......................... 78 Quarado. Norene Angelic Quinn. Elise Maria............... . ........ . . . . . . . . . 67 Quinn. Joan Lois VanDuyne............................ 40 Register. Mary Elizabeth ................................ 21 Reinhold. Barbara Ann ................................... 96 ................... 35 Remsen. Laura Jean ................ . Riche. Irene A .............................................70 Ridenour. Elizabeth Ann ................................ 29 Rider. Barbara Ann Ripley. Judith ........ Roder. Ann U............................:.................... 57 Roos. Natalie Frances.................................. 57 ................ 58 Rose. Elizabeth Mae ................... Rosenberg. Arlene D ........................... ...... 96 Rudine. Gale Miller ......................................... 47 Rumery. Eleanor .............................. ................ 39 Saffir. Joan Natalie ..................................... 79 Salmond. Nancy Marianne............ . .............. 94 Savage. Barbara Joan 59 Schaedel. June . . . . . . . . . 103 Schell. Mary Lou D 42 Schurnacher. Ruth ................... 46 Scott. Anne Graham ..................................... 65 Seitz. Elizabeth AM .................: .................... 83

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Wehner. Marianne............ Weiss. Audrey Marion ...... ....... 41 Werner. Carolyn Elizabeth.... ....... 77 Whitne~.Carol June ..................................3 1 Williams. Monica Elizabe 30 Wilson. Shirley Ann ...................................... 61 Wyrtzen. Susan Grace..................................... 47 Zimmerman. Doris Ann ...................... . ....... 42 Zimmermann. Hanna-Rose .............................. 49

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Mr. and Mrs. Justin W. Foster Miss Ann Frank Mrs. Herbert I. Frank Mr. and Mrs. 0.H. Fritzsche Mr. and Mrs. Carlton R. Garey Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Garrabrant Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn B. Gehman Mr. and Mrs. William E. Gephardt Mr. and Mrs. F, Gerion Mr. and Mrs. Percival L. Giering Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Gilmour Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goedecke Mr. and Mrs. Luther W. Good Mrs. Ruth Gossard Dr. and Mrs. G. Borden Granger Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Gradatt Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gray Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Grebe Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Greiff Mr. and Mrs. David W. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Grim, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gruhn Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halbren Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Hall Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Hamburger Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Milton Hamon Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harmon Mr. and Mrs. D. Sheridan Hastreiter Mr. and Mrs. Byron B. Heinemann Mrs. Herbert S. Hemmeter Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hendershot Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Henrich Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Heston Mr. and Mrs. David W. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Hope Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hoppe Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. H u n t Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hutter Mr. and Mrs. W. R. H u t z Dr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Jameison Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jameson Mr. and Mrs. Sid Joffee Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Judge Mr. and Mrs. William Orre Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. King Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Kirkham Mr. and Mrs. Julius Klein Mrs. Max Kleinfeld Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Klutey Mr. and Mrs. W. Melbourne Knox Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Kocher Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Kornbluth Mrs. Dorothy M. Krout Mr. and Mrs. G. Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Kuehl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kugler


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Good Luck Class of 1950

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NICHOLAS D'AMATO GENERAL CONTRACTOR

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TRANS-BRIDGE LINES INC.

Our wish now is that the next 75 years may be as fruitful for its students and the community. We cherish the fine tradition of co-operation which has existed between town and college and hope that it may continue thru the years ahead.

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It is with pardonable pride I state, that I have rendered "Precision Piano Service" to Centenary Junior College and its predecessor Centenary Collegiate Institute, over a period of forty-three years.

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