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MR. ROBERT B. GARBER y h e Class of 1951 is proud to dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Robert B. Garber for his capable work as Class Advisor, his excellent organization of Career Day, his friendliness toward each of us, and the help he has given us in our college days.


EDWARD W. SEAY To the Members of the Class of 195 1: Life is filled with miracles. There is the miracle of mind, of personality, of beauty. There is the miracle of memory. How priceless it is to be able to remember, not to lose an instant when a clock has ticked it off, and not to lose a day when its sun has set. Centenary Junior College deliberately and' gladly goes to a great deal of trouble to give its students the opportunity to have many happy and wholesome experiences during their life on the campus. These experiences range from a casual conversation to an acquaintance with one of the basic facts of the universe; from an experience with the beauty of flowers and music and nature to an experience with the essential beauty of human nature; from an experience in fun to an experience in friendship. And all of these may be carried away in memory, thus becoming a permanent part and phase of one's riches of life. The alumna can pay the College no greater tribute than to remember with outward brightness of eyes and inward warmth of heart experiences gained at Centenary. An obligation of the College is to make precious and permanent the memories which it helps to create. )WARD W. SE Pre


VICTOR G. MILLS Dean -of Religion Religion

ELIZABETH GREGORY Assistant Dean Clothing

ALEXANDRIA SPENCE Assistant Dean Foods

ROBERT B. GARBER Director of Occupational Guidance Psychology

AGNES L. S H E E W Secretarial Studies

ALICE H. BOUTON Secretarial Studies

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HAMILTON GRAHAM DUBOIS English

GILBERTA DANIEL0 UWWJWIN

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W. NORMAN GRAYSON Director of 'Music Piano - Organ

MARGARET E. HIGHT Dean

PATTY SMYTH Physical Education

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

.. ~ D G A RH . SMITH Choral - Instrumental Music

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MATILDA E. HOFFER Social Science

HELEN DANIELSROBINSDN Applied Art

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ROGER R. EVANS English

ERNEST ROCKWELL DALTON History -Political Science

WILLIAM L. RELLAHAN Chemistry - Mathematics

Philosophy -Religion

BETTY LOUISE PINGREE Psychology


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EUGENE YO&GI(EN Dramatic Art

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SALLY WALKER Physical Education

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C. H. BLATCHFORD, JR. Director of Public Relations

JOSEPH J. SCHRADER Comptroller

RUTH E. SCARBOPOUGH Librariah

i5@& PAUL. T.Bursar GARDNER k

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JOHN G. LORD Director of Food Services

EDITH CHEYNEY Resident Nurse

ANN F. FITZGERALD Director of Dormitories

ANNE F, MORGAN ulrector of Alumni Services

JEAN G. PALMER, SHIRLEY THOMAS. OLIVE GETCHI'IJS. MARIE V. DALLEY. LOUISE KOWALICK. BARBARA TRIMMER Secretaries to the Administration

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Class Colors Maroon and White

Class Motto He doeth much that doeth a thing well.

Class Hymn

Class Song

God of our fathers, whose almighty hand Leads forth in beauty all the starry band Of shining worlds in spIendor through the skies, Our grateful songs before Thy throne arise.

The maroon and white aloft we raise Through 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.

Senior Class Officers President ............................................ A T R I C I A MELARKEY Vice-President ................................................O

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Secretury ......................................................... PHYLLIS W ILDER

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20 Vincent Street, West Hartford, Connecticut

June 22 HACK Board I , Editor 2; Guild I ; Press Club I; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Presidents Club 2; Phi Iota 2; Book Club 2; Record Club 2.

"Abbey". . . Journalism . . ."Becausew. . . Always ready for a laugh . . . Who doesn't envy that blond hair and rosy complexion . . . Talented in cutting classes . . . Those wild stories she tells blind dates! . . . Neat . . ."I'm so perturbed". . . Worries about her friends and the HACK . . . Dislikes people who are never prompt . . . Her heart's at the University of Maine! . -. -. .. Weekends hectic . . . A true Con-

29 Stephen ,. Street, Montclair, New Jersey

Business Club I ; HACK Board 1,2; Glee Club I , Secre~ary-Treasurer2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Hockey Manager 2.

"Mac". . . Plans to be a medical secretary . . . "Some Enchanted Evening". . . Brown eyes . . . Natural curly hair . . . Dimples . . . Sparkling personality . . . Good natured . . . Always seen in the typing room . . . Good on the hockey field . . . Worries about Life in general . . . Pet aversion-blind dates . . ."I'm so confused."

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Class President 1; Student Council President 2; VicePresident Court 2; Outing Club 1,2; Phi Iora 2; Guild I ; Glee Club 1; Aquatic Club 1,2; Sigma Efisilon Phi 1,2; Modern Dance Club 2; SPILLED INK I; Assistant Fire Warden I; Presidents Club 2; Swimming, Basketball, Sof!ball.

"Flea". . . Journalist . . ."Boola Boola". . . A friend to everyone . . . likeable . . . Complexion . . . Expressive eyes . . . Duck feet . . . Eating . . . Looking for a letter . . . Remember our Cigarette 'n nickels . . . Grill . . . Putting her hair up . . . All over . . ."What'll I say in Chapel?" . . . Being neat . . . Takes a great interest in C. J. C. activities.


25025 Scotia Road, Huntington Wood Manor,

Michigan Statlent CmnI;il i; ~ r ~ s i d e noft Sjudent COILYJ 2; VdcePreJjdettx of sf den^ G ~ i ~ n c2; i l PrerilZent of Phi lokt 2; Pbi Tbef1 K w a 1,2; Dame Cl#b 1,2j Tbeta Epsilon Nr4'1,2j Presidents Club 2.

"Annie". . . Transfer to University Q W-chigan

. . ."NoOther Love". . . Sincere . , . Big brown eyes, ballerina figure . . . Hobby of listening to others' troubles . . . Talent in her feet . . . Late hours . . . That stubborn jaw . . . Seen in the library . . ."Hiya !". . ,"Now, Phiddy, you know that isn't true!". , , Worries about writing that letter . . . Dislikes being kidded dbout her Michigan twang . . . Nothiag is impossible.

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"Phiddy". . . Marriage . . ."It Had To Be You" . . . Absolutely a "riot". . . Those sympathetic eyes . . . Talented at making people laugh . . . Exaggerates . . . Those red tights . . . Seen everywhere . . ."Kids, this time I'm really sick" . . . Worries over lack of sleep . . . Dislikes to clean her room . . . Never a dull moment when she's around . . . Individualist.


128 Linwood Avenue, Ridgewood, New Jersey

January 24 SPILLED INK I, Editor 2; Press Club 1; Outing Club 1,2; Guild 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Deha Sigma Sigma 1,2; Phi Iota 2; Leaders Corps 2; Presidents Club 2.

"Dorie". . . Laboratory technician . . . Hobby . That cute walk . . . Look of raising dogs for her in the chemistry lab . . ."Stardust". . . "What a panic !". . . Biggest worry is SPILLED INK . . . Pretty blue eyes and natural curly hah . . . Ability to do things right.

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21 Hamard Terrace,. West Orange7 New Jersey

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GK& 1,2; Outing'Cld 1,2; Ri&rrg Club I; Glee Club 1,2; SPILLED INK 2; Sigma E p d o f t P& 1,2: Cett. renary Singers 1,5 Chapel ~ h b i r2; . VokjeybalL; Hockey.

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"Peg". . .. Fav~Gte on@ from % ~ t PaPaczi h fic . Good s$rt . . A w a y +illin8 to help .. . Likes to ~ i d eand knit . Talent fot housekeep- . ing Gift oi gab . . ;"Seems kinda funny, doesnft it?"... . Never worries .. Dblikes conceitcd people . . ..Everybody's friend.

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28 Frothingham Road, Worcester, Massachusetts

November 16 Delta Psi Omega 1,2; Vice-Pfesidenf of &ecAPihdn C~ATJ 1; President of W . A, A. 2; Sigmn Epsilon FiSi 2,2; Presidents Club 2; HACK Stuff 1; Pbi Iota 2; Hockey; Baske$btdl; BasebaI1; Volleyball.

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"Jan". . Witty, happy-go-lucky . ."My Foolish Heart". . Can't miss those big brown eyes and short haircut . . . Loyal Diok member Starts studying at 11:30 p.m. . . Those high socks . . . Tops in athletics . . ."I'm going out of my mind". . . . Those New York week-ends! . . . Career of r&o . . Dislikes those 8 o'docks . A smile and greeting for everyone.

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:,Darby Road, Paoli, Pennsylvania August 30 Outing Club 1,2; Glee Clrrb 1,2; Record Club 1,2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2.

"Joanie". . . Future plans calI for getting married and having a nursery school . . ."My Bill" . . . Natural curly hair, eyes that sparkle . . . Weekends at Trinity . . . Worries about getting fat . . ."Oh, come on now!". . . A great basketball player . . . Known for those glasses, cute walk, and unforgettable smile.

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65 Parker Street, Deal, New Jersey

July 16 Socjal Commiiiee 2; French Club I ; Spanish Club I ; Bndge Club I ; Record Club 2; Psychology Clnb 2; SPILLED I N K 2; Cosmopoli~anClub 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 2; Volleyball: Sofiball.

"Sue". . . Marriage . . ."My Foolish Heart". . . Friendly, peppy, fun loving . . . Cute smile and short blond hair . . . Knitting on that endless dress . . . Makes good pie-beds . . . Waiting in line for meals with roommate . . ."By far the worst". . . Some place in U. S. A.

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Pennsylvania Social Committee 2, &-ckaivmrtn; Sident Cormn'Ij P~esiden~r.Ciwb 2, Presid~ntjPhi loia 2f Op~riagCiivb 1; Derkr Sigma Sigma 1,2.

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"'Chris". . . Home economics teacher . . ,"All the Things You Are". , . Lively, 16ts of fun . . . Energetic . . . That beautiful bload hair . . . Knittihg, drawin pichrres . . . Talent for getting good blind &tesa, singing, w d cmking . . . Always smiling, mdesstanding aad very tho@ful . . . Seen everywhere . ."Oh, my word!" . . . Excellent organizer . . . Capable.

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Longeay Road, Wilkinsburg, Pittsburgh 21, PenaSylvania January 21 Psyc60logy Clrib I , We-Preside#%2; Sociel CommiJiee 2; Delkz S&m Sigma 1,2.

"Mac". . . Thoughtful, gay, and oh, so sweet! . . ."Embraceabd,e .XSU"., A eilrlent for making friends . . . F i ~ efoot two a d eyes of blue . . . Dislikes the 350 milas separating Hackettstown frum'Pittsbut h . . . Plans to be ah aidine hostess . . . W e e ends here, thete, and everywhere . . ."Oh, honestly you kids!". . . Gullible.

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Franklin Street, Verona, New Jersey March 2 1 Art Club 1,2; Camera Club 1,2; Book Club 2; Student Couizcil 2; Hall President 2; Delia Sigma Sigma

"Bunny". . . Plans to be a commercial artist . . . "Thinking of You". . . Friendly . . . Understanding . . . Talented in art . . ."As a matter of fact". . . Worries about her football player . . . Writing letters . . . She can get along with everyone.

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440 "C" Street, Wright-Patterson A. F. B., Dayton, Ohio

June 6 Delta Psi Omega 1,2; Aquatic Club 1; Phi Iota 2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1, President 2; Presidents Club 2; Dance W/orkshop 2; Swimming.

"Barby". . . Wonderful personality! . . . Always full of laughs . . . Dramatics . . . Those large brown eyes and that pert walk . . . Radio and television . . . Talent in singing and dancing . . . Always on the go . . . Always imitating people . . ."Now, listen!". . . Determination . . . Dynamic!

6846 Stenton Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 21 Art Club 1, President 2; Book Club 1,2; Presidents Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Outing Club 2.

"Hop". . . Interior decorator . . ."How Deep Is the Ocean". . . Devilish . . . Beautiful hair . . . Green eyes . . . Hobby is clothes . . . That laugh! . . . Always seen in the Grill . . ."Is that right?" . . . Pet aversion-meetings . . . Here, there, and everywhere.


R. D. 6, Hollinger, Lancaster, Pennsylvania August 1 4 Chapel Choir I; Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2.

"Beth". . . Plans to transfer . . ."La Vie en Rose". . . Sincere . . . Understanding . . . Bangs . . . Hobby is knitting . . ."I did not". . . Worries about marks . . . Pet aversion-no mail.

1245 West Church Street, Elmira, New York April 15 Leaders Corps 2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Aquatic Club 1,2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2/ Outing Club 2 .

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"Jan". . Transfer . ."Stardust". . . Sweet, demure, sincere, understanding . . . Beautiful long blond hair . . Knitting . Enjoying the outdoors . . . Accepting three dates for one night . . . Always washing, eating, exercising . . . Letter writing . . . Loves ice cream.

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32 WoodIaild Street, Wethersfield, Connecticut

January 12 Record Clwb 2; HACK, Asssciate Editar 2; Cenienary Singers 1,2: D e h Sigma S i g m 1,2; BasRetball, Softball. . .

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"Harrie". . To be a private secretary and live in New York City . . ."AIways". . Sincere . . . A ready wit . Creamy complexion . . . Music . . Making people laugh . . , That Soule smile . Lounge . . ."Got any pennies?". . Worries about getting things done . . Pet aversion is Monday Most aqywhere.

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49 Stephen Street, Glen Ridge, New Jersey

August 29 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; P~ychology Club I; Record Club 1,2: Camera Club 2; Glee Club I] Hockey.

"Burk". . . Conscientious and understanding . . . Plans to be a secretary . . ."That's all I need!" . . . Dislikes spiders . . . Usually behind a book . . ."Se tember Song". . . Cute smile and subtle sense o humor . . . Always writing letters . . . Weekends at Yale. Page twenly-nine

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302 Wheatsheaf Lane, Abington, Pennsylvania

December 4 1V. A. A. Vice-Pre~ident 2; Centenary Singers 1.2; Chapel Committee 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; 1V. A. A. Board 2 ; Book Club 1,2; All-Star Hockey; All-star Baske/ball.

"Briz". . . Private secretary 'ti1 better things come along . . ."Why Fight the Feeling". . . Infectious laugh, sincere and fickle . . . Willowy. . . . Friendly smile and freckles . . . Tennis and sports of all types . . . Neat as a pin . . . Seen admiring her room . . ."Oh, rea ly now". . . Worries about getting enough sleep . . . Studies to dreamy music . . . Time out for a cigarette.

256 East 33rd Street, Paterson, New Jersey Secrejar~jofPvesBmit Class 1; Lspcders Corps 2; Theta Bp$Jon Na 1,Z;dg#rrtie Cisb 1, P~e~ident 2; AfGSklr S~i~fnik T ega m 1,2; W, A, A . Boa& 2; Phi Theta Kdp&a 1 4 ; P~@siden%r C h b 2; BoaR Chcb 1,2.

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Old Ford Road, Huntingdon Valley,

Pennsylvania March 11 Book Club l,2; Student Cogncil I ; S i g q Epsiion Pbi 1,2; Business Manager of HACK 2; Hall Pw~ident1 .

Tat". . . &o'rking as a secretary . . . Collecting pictures of the Phillies . . ."Dustym. . . Pleasant smile . ."Avalon". . . Sparkling eyes . . . Knit. . . Competent . . . Seen most in the lounge an typing room . . ."That's a good deal". . . Worries about getting up to Dartmouth Dislikes to get up in the morning . Dartmouth Forever !

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1022 82nd Street, Brooklyn, New York November 10 Book Club 1,2; Co-chairman Social Comrniitee 2; Student Council 2; Secretary of Presidents Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; SPILLED INK 1,2; Dance Workshop 2 .

"Lee". . ."Thinking of You". . . Merchandising . . ."I'm from Brooklyn, the better part of New York!". . . Talent for knitting .size 13 socks . . . That curly hair . . . Neatness . . . Beautiful clothes . . . Saturday night phone calls . . . Friendly and sincere.


76 First Street, Garden City, New York

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"Flufly". . . Ambition is to fall in love . . ."How High the Moon". . . Bubbling with fun . . . That long silky hair and enviable complexion . . . Oh, those eyes! . . . How to get to California on no money . . . Hysterical laugh . . . Exercising, in the room . . ."Most important!" . . Always in an uproar.

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3opotLy A n n Wet3 142 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts

May 28 Cheerleader 1,2; Modern Dance I; Chapel Cornmiltee 2; Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2.

"Marthy". . . Quonset hut at Princeton . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone". . . Sincere and devilish . . . Cute smile and dimples . . . Hobby of making connections? . . . Seen reading map to California . . . Counting money in lounge . . . Weekends everywhere . . . Always in the middle of the excitement. Page thirty-three


Bayberry Road, New Canaan, Connectici~t March 29 Book Club 1,2; SPILLED INK Staff 2; Theta Epsilon

Nu 1,2; Centenary Players I .

"Pat". . . Work on "House and Garden" or "Vogue". . ."My Dream Is Yours". . . Friendly . . . Striking smile, snapping eyes . . . Writes poetry . . . Dances . . . Excitable . . . Doesn't like to be told what to do or people who are late : . . Weekends at Kings Point.

3 Jenkins Parkway, Hudson, New York :! December 15 Book Club 2, Treasurer 1; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Centenary Singers I , Board 2; Presidents Club 2; Chapel Choir 1, President 2.

"Barbie". . . Concert singing . . . Acting . . ."So in Love". . . Gay and friendly . . . Eyes . . . Tiny waist . . . Piano . . . Dancing . . . Beautiful singing voice . . . Frank . . . Understanding . . . "Don't get yourself upset". . .. Busy . . . Mail lounge . . . Everywhere . . . Getting her Harmony done . . . Dixieland jazz. Page thirty-f our


Glenburn Road, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania November 24 Theta Ep~ilon Nu 1,2; SPILLED INK 1,2; Book Club 2.

"Cardy". . . Wants to attend Syracuse and then be a reporter . . ."Love Me or Leave Me". . . An individualist . . . Curly hair and ice-blue eyes . . . Loves Dixieland jazz records . . . Plays the uke . . . Always a joke and a laugh . . . Seen in the lounge . . ."How did I get into this?". . . Worries about Chemistry.


2506 North Harrison Street, Wilmington,

Delaware January 2 Glee Club 1,2;' Guild I, .Vice-President 2; Centenary Singers I, Board 2; Art Club 1,2; Poster Club 1,2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; SPILLED INK 1,2.

"Hellie". . . Transfer to Delaware University

. . ."These Foolish Things". . . Understanding . . . Friendly . . . Cheerful . . . Pretty hair . . . Cute nose . . . Sunny smile . . . Dimples . . . Eating and taking na s . . . Art . . . Contagious ucky . . ."I'm in a dither" laugh . . . Happy-go-! . . . Gaining weight . . . Soft boiled eggs . . . Hectic plans for every weekend.

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1218 Stillman Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey

September 20 Fire Chief 2; SPILLED INK 1,2; C@l Choir 9,2; Znstrumen#d Ensemble 1,2; Otathg Club 2; G'&M $,2j Glee Club 1, President 2; Prasidentr Cli-lb f Detta Signta Sigma 1,2.

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a)! 15 I>el#a Pri 6fi"g1 42; S 9 g m ~ p d a wP&i. 42; .Book Clsb 2; Ser~1wy-Trsm1rer .of ' h d e r s . Corps 2; Aqmjic CJuB 5,2.

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"Jane". . Loves Diielaxrd jazz . I r r f ~ i o ~ ~ personality . . Cute crew rut SUL:IS . . Plaps gdf . Good at uke . Happy-go-lgily atti. tude . , Notihing has- her. . . C w be. found in the pool ar ma' lounge h l ~ ~ Wt&g y s an those argyles . . Dislike studying . ?O.K gang!". . . Nmsery school tqL&er.

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Delta Psi Omega 1,2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1, Secretary 2; Leaders Corps 2; Glee Club I .

"Bev". . . Nursing . . . "Army Blue" . . . Peppy personality . . . Blue eyes, blond hair . . . Laugh . . . Fresh air fiend . . . Playing hockey and studying are usual occupations . . . Worries about tests . . . Dislikes smoke-filled rooms . . . Member of the Pinafore Brigade.

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R. D. 4, Chagrin Falls, 0hio October 7 Centenary Singevs 1,2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2.

School, and then . . ."All the Things You Are" Full of fun . . . Natural curly hair, cute smile . . . Listening to records from Broadway hits . . . Musically talented . . . Terrific sense of humor . . . Seen writing to her man . . . Dis; likes the typical "Joe College". . . Likes sports and the outdoors . . . Bright spot on a dreary day.

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555' East State Street, Sharon, Pennsylvania

July 17 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Camera Club 1:2; Laboratory Technicians Club 2; Guild I,.?; SPILLED INK S~aff 2.

"Dory". . . Medical technologist . . ."But Beautiful". . . Very easy to get along with, . . . Twinkling eyes, flawless complexion . . . Photography . . . Talent for giving nicknames and singing off key . . . Found in the dark room or Chem lab . . ."Where ya going?". . . Hates insects and not getting enough sleep. Pdge thirty-eight


360 Wychoff Avenue, Wychoff, New Jersey March 13 Chapel Choir I ; Centenary Singers 2 ; Record Club 2; Book ,Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2.

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"Max". . . Friendly and vivacious . . Likes music and sleeping . . ."All the Things You Are". . . Always writing to Babson . . . Worries about getting assignments done on time . . Bubbles with enthusiasm . . . Plans to be a nurse . . . Beautiful blue eyes . . . Can be found in lounge or Trevorrow . . . Dislikes those8 o'clock classes.

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601 Runnymede Avenue, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania February 10 Centenary Singers 1,2; Record Club I , Presidenz 2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Presidents Club 2; Leaders Corps 2; Bowling.

"Sach". . . Secretary . . ."Body and Soul". . . Peppy, witty, always cheerful . . . Beautiful complexion, expressive eyes . . . Music, baseball, sleeping . . . Pianist . . . That Philadelphia accent . . . Lounge and typing room . . ."How 'bout that?". . . Calories . . . Dislikes that seventh period Friday.


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August 22 Sigma Epsilon Phi I,2; Psychology Club 2; Record Club 1,2.

"Sunshine". . . Child psychology . . ."So In Love". . . Unaffected personality . . . Big green eyes, fair skin . . . Hobby of collecting antiques and making ceramics . . . Meticulous and conscientious . . . Seen in 106 South . . ."O-o-o-oh!" . . . Worries about exams and that letter . . . Doesn't like studying at a desk . . . Weekends spent here and there.


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"Ra-Ra". . . Commercial artist . . ."Thisking of You". . . Easygoing . . . Inde endent . , Those eyes . . . Listening to r p e's tm~~bles . . Swimming . . . A gal o few words, but many thoughts . . Swimdhg pool . . . Lounge . . . . Pet aversion is 8 o'clock classes . . . Everywhere . . . Can't tolerate a messy room . . ."IX never catch up on my wrk,"

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Nursing at Johns Hopkins . . .'TI1 Get By". . , Tall and slender . . . Hates alarm clocks . . . Listening to Ink Spots . . . That booming laugh . . ."Did I get a telephone call?'. . . Lafayette . . . Those pretty brown eyes . . . Big eanings . . ."I've lost my loafers". . . Acting . . Having a smoke in the lounge . . ."DO 1 have to get up?". . . The Suite.

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August 5

Laborarory Technicianr Club 1,2; Delta Psi Omega 1, Secretary 2; Cenrenary Singers 2; SPILLED INK, 1,2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

"Betty". . . Pretty blond hair . . ."Stardust". . . Loves to eat and giggle . . . Medical secretary . . ."Will I ever get everything done?". . . Hates a messy room and an empty mail box . . . Weekends at Lycoming College . . . Talent for swimming, dancing, and playing the piano . . . Generous and understanding.

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718 Woodland Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey

December 11 Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1.2; Social Commitlee I ; HACK Board 2.

"Pris". . . Plans for a good time . . ."Thinking of You". . . Tiny with a cute figure . . . Hidden talent . . . Good cook . . . Red flannel pajamas . . ."Now seriously". . . Dislikes smoke in her face . . . Spends weekends everywhere . . ."I'm going to see if I got a phone call."

129 Haddon Place, Upper Montclair, New Jersey

September 2 Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Glee Club I ; Book Club 2.

"Ludy". . . Nursev school teacher . . ."Blue Moon". . . Generous and sweet with a smile and a "hello" for everyone . . . Beautiful complexion, blond hair and blue eyes . . . Keeping her men straight . . Seen down in the mail lounge . . . "I thought I'd die". . . Can't ever seem to get enough sleep . . . Must have another cigarette.

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June 30 Dudng Club; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2,

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"Di". . . Come back East next year ."My Foolish Heart". . Silent in the morning, but when the sun goes down? . . . Long dark hair and beautiful cornp1exion . . . Always late, ah ways slow, Mid-western twang . . . GriU and lounge . . ."You bet". . .'What shall I wear to Princeton?". . . Wish I had a Medart's hamburger.

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61 1 Righter's Mill Road, Penn Valley, Pennsylvania

August 1 2 Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2; Modern Dance Club 1; Leaders Corps 2; Corresponding, Secretary to W . A. A. 2.

"Butter". . . University of Pennsylvania . . . "Mona Lisa". . . Gets a kick out of life . . . Golf . . . Attractive . . . Good things come in small packages . . . Sundays . . . Energetic, never misses a party . . . Lounge and Grill . . . "Hardly". . . Gaining weight . . . Commutes between Home, Lafayette and Lehigh.


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"Hutzy". . . Transfer to Columbia . . ."My Foolish Heart". . . Easygoing . ; . Pleasant . . . Brown eyes . . . Loves to cook . . . Talented in Art . . . Talks in circles . . . Always seen in the' lounge . . ."I have so much to do". . . Worries about getting work done . . . Pet aversion-people who say "I told you so."


55 Beverly Road, Upper Montdair, New Jersey

July 29 Art Club 2; Secretary of Sf~identCourt 2; Leadrrs Covps 2; Poster Club I; Thetd Epsilon N u 1,2; AllStar Softball.

"Daffmo". . . Hopes to meet a millionaire . . . "Body and Soul".. . , A ackage of wit, laughter, and sincerity . . A ta fented heartbreaker . . . Beautiful blond hair and blue eyes . . . Hways climbing trees for Weasey . . Worries about those summer comances . . . Known for her walk and those Levis . . ."Spare me this". , . Lafayette.

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9 Glenside Terrace, Upper Montclair, , New Jersey March 21 Record Club 2; Art Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu 2.

"Weasey". . . Sable and Caddy convertible . . . "My Foolish Heart". . . Warm, generous, sense of humor . . . Those green eyes and blond hair . . . Collecting birds' eggs . . . The way she wears those knitted dresses . . . Habitual indecision . . . Dinner line . . ."I'm starved, Di". . . Getting those tests done . . . Dislikes laundry days . . . Princeton, Rutgers, Lafayette.


37 Hillside Avenue, Mahwah, New Jersey

March 8 Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2; Aquatic Club 1,2; Leaders Corps I , President 2; Dance W o r k ~ h o pI ; Presiden1.1 Cllrb 2; Cheerleader I; Centenary Singers 1,2; W . A. A . Board 2; Volleyball; Basketball; Swimming.

Wants to be a nursery school teacher . . ."Penthouse Serenade". . . Sincere, vivacious . . . Those long eyelashes! . . Good at s orts . . . Talented in the water . . . That vivi imagination . . . Seen in gym . . . Dislikes insincere people . . ."I wouldn't rave about him."

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June 8 Outing Club 1; Laboratory Technicians Club I ; Delta Sigma Sigma 2.

"Blick" or "Mighty Mouse". . . Medical secretary . . ."My Foolish Heart". . . Sincere . . . Those big blue eyes! . . . Bridge game . . . Talent for Mrs. Anthony . . . Infectious laugh . . . Seen in dining room . . ."How about that!" . . . Worries about a certain someone . . . Dislikes hypocrites . . ."Wake me up in time for dinner". . . Anna~olisand Virginia. Page forty-nine


109 South Prospect Street, Verona, New Jersey

September 14 Sigma Epsilon Phi .1,2; Glee Club 1 .

"Patty". . . Merchandising . . ."Count Every Star". . . Witty, always laughing . . . Beautiful hands . . . Saves pennies . . . Laughs at her own jokes . . . Always talking about Northfield . . . That worried expression . . . Seen around DuBois . . ."Tonight is wash night". . . Never a worry . . . Dislikes laying softball and clothes bills . . . Weakness or shoes.

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February 21 Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Basketball.

"Steve". . . Merchandising . . ."Body and Soul" . . . Calm . . . Witty . . . Surprises you at times . . . Very fair skin . . . Blond hair . . . Billy E.'s records . . . Sports . . . Whiz on the basketball court . . . Mad Yankee fan . . ."I have 8 2 hours of homework, naturally". . . Catches all mice in the closet . . . Many pairs of baby doll shoes.


June 23 Delta Sigma S i w 4.2; Student G w w ~ i 1,2; l ,IFA. , A. Repr~sen~u~iua 2; Leaders Corps 2; Bussball; Hatkey.

"Bobbie". . . Witty . . , Always easing. m m her . . Long brown hair and b u~ eps . Collects records and s M e d animals' . Talented in dancing and sports . . ."88 hours!'" . . . Waiting for a letter . . Ambition to be a swretaq.

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March 23 Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Modern Dance 2.

"Mickey". . . Future in radio work and ? . . . Gay, always in a dither . . . Likes to collect records . . ."You're Mine, You". . . Excels in tap dancing and swimming . . . Worries about getting shorthand done . . . Sparkling eyes with long lashes . . ."I'll do that little thing". . . Seen in the Grill, DuBois Hall and at the telephone.

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36 Ewing Avenue, West Trenton, New Jersey

February 7 Guild 1.2: Glee Club 1,2; Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2.

"Jeanie". . . Secretary . . ."Through tbe Years" . . . Sense of humor . . . Loves to slee . . . Good student . . . Always willing to hefp . . .

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"I'm trying to think. . Excellent worker.

John Street, Demarest, New Jersey September 4 Chapel Choir 1,2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Guild 1,2; Record Club 2; Theta Epsilan Nu 1,2.

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"Bobbie". ."You Are Love'". . Joyial, cheery smile . Collects Frankie Lahe's records . . Good voice . . A kind word for all . . ."That's ". . ."Will I get a letter today?". Sincere a riend.

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"Nance". . . Hans to raise a football team . Happy-go-lucky . . ."My Bill". . Tall, blond . . . Always drinking mi& . , . Talent for embarrassing people . . . That Sauthern accent! . . Giving out the mail . . ."You All". . . Worries h u t ever getting to India2 . . . W e k ends are hectic.

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June 16 Phi Theta Kappa 1; Outing Club 1,2; Aquatic Clrrb 1,2; Guild 1, Representa$ive 2; Glee Club 1,2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Swimming.

"Joanie". . . Career girl ( ? ) . . ."Deep Purple" . . . Sweet . . . Quiet . . . Subtle sense of humor . . . Hair . . . Artistic . . . Hands . . . Swimming . . . Doing take-offs on her classmates . . . 323 North . . ."Dang it". . . Getting a tray for serving . . . Getting her work done . . . Blind dates . . . Speeches . . . Shorthand . . . Always busy.

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"kobin Hmd". . Plans for a trip' to Ch"ma ,. . "Where. or Wben" . . . b e 4 y personlllity . . Black curly hair and a pretty coml)lexion , . . . Hobbies are cutting hair and horticulture . . . Seen in 102 South . . Worries about when the next check will arrive . . . Dislikes people minw, a sense of hurnor.


96 Church Road, Winnetka, Illinois December 23 Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Book Club 2; Outing Club I; SPILLED INK 2.

"Di". . . On to Northwestern . . . Super personality . . . Cute . . . Sleeping . . . Talent for singing off key . . . Dimples . . . Seen in lounge . . ."I want some ice cream". . . Never a worry . . . Dislikes to clean the room . . . Weekends everywhere.

123 Fisher Street, Norwood, Massachusetts

November 9 Book Club I, President 2; Deha Psi Omega 1,2; Cheerleader, Captain 1,2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; SPILLED INK 1,2; W . A. A. Board 2; Chq?el Commiltee I; Glee Club 1; Pire Warden I .

"BZ". . . Full of life . . . Colletting . . . Talented modern dancer . . Tiny . . . Seen almost anywhere at any time . . . Collects bunnies . . . That fast speech and New England accent . . . Vim, vigor and vitality all rolled into one.

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Orcheslra I ; Glee Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Modern Dance Workshop 1,2.

"Bobbin". . . Secretary . . ."My Love Loves Me" Usually sunny with passing moods . . . Blond hair and blue eyes . . . Hobby of collecting records . . . Talent for being in the wrong places at the wrong time . . . Sneezes from 8:00 to 10:OO each morning . . . Seen in the mail lounge . . ."Where's my roommate?". . . Dislikes braggers and gum snappers.

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1 ; Cheerleader 1?2; Modern Dance I ; Delta Sigma Sigma 1 , Treasurer 2; Glee Club 1 .

Plans for marriage . . ."That's My Desire". . . That natural curly hair and those changeable . . . Rearranging the room . . . Worries a out learning Spanish . . . Lots of pep . . . Always ready to help . . . Lehigh.

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300 Hart Avenue, Staten Island, New York

March 3 Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Guild 1 , Secfekrry 2; Outing Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Book Club 2.

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"Dot". . Understanding, sincere and full of fun . .. . Bright snappy black eyes and bangs with character . . . Always knitting . . Eats without gaining weight . . . Can be found play. ing , ping pong . . ."The New Look. . ."Oh, you re jestrng". . . Worries about making decisions . . Dislikes blind dates and mumbling . . . AirIine hostess.

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May 18 Psychology Club 1,2; Bridge Club I ; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

"Connie". . . Plays a good game of golf . . . Beautiful green eyes . . ."My Blue Heaven". . . Witty . . . A smile for everyone . . Natural wavy hair . . . Always beaming . . ."Did I get all my telephone calls?". . . Worries about doing homework on weekends . . . High heels and pajamas . . . Hates getting up early . . . Headed for a career in the fashion world.

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','Leem. . . Marriage . . ."Thinking of You". . . Curly hair . . . Horseback riding . . Art . . . Jovial , . . Easy to get along with . . . Mail lounge . ."Audrey, only three more days 'ti1 Friday". . . How to catch the 3:11 bus . . . Messy room . . . Weekends spent at home . . . Thoughtful, co-o erat-ive . . That beautiful diamond on her le t hand.

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"Sus". . . To be a nurse . . ."Because . . . Curly hair? . . . Eating . . . Making up false stories . . . Helpful, good natured, fun . . ."For Pete's sake". . . How to do homework without working . . Pet aversion is box mates who receive seven letters a day . . . A terrific teaser. H

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Cassilis Avenue, Bronxville, New York April 25

Phi Theta Kappa 1 , President 2; Guild 1 ; Delta Sigma Sigma l,2; Senior Class Vice-President; Glee Club I .

"Jeb". . . Story book illustrator . . . Witty . . . Hates Monday mornings . . . Loves to eat . . . Smooth complexion and natural curly hair . . . Beautiful dresser . . . Look for her in the lounge . . . So understanding . . . Fashion plate on weekends.

318 West South Orange Avenue, South Qtange,

New Jersey July 6 SPILLED INK 1,2; Guild 1,2; Della Sigma Sigma 1, Vice-President 2.

Fashion illustrator . . ."He's Just M~ Kind". . . Cheerful, enthusiastic . . . Lovely wavy hair, big blue eyes . . Art and oetry . . . Dancing and ~ . ."It's nothing!" swimming . . Sympa t fetic . . . Gaining weight, blind dates . . . That dramatic voice and gestures . . . Weekends away and home. Pdge sixty-one

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471 Highland Avenue, Collingswood, New Jersey

September 22 Centenary Singers 1, President 2; Book Club 2; Psychology Club 1,2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Ogling Clrrb 1 .

"Honk-Honk. . . Nursery school teacher, then marry a doctor . . ."My Buddy". . . Blue eyes, baby face . . . Finding an alarm clock loud. enough to wake roommate . . . Seen in the mail lounge . . ."Has anyone seen my roommate?" . . . Worries about gaining weight . . . Good correspondent . . . Full of fun, carefree . . . Weekends at Muhlenberg.

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43 Overwood Road, &reap Ohio

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"Jo". . ."Oh, those shorthand marks!". . . Infectious laugh . . . How she loves to eat! . . . "No kidding". . . Nichols Junior College . . . Xopes to be a secretary . . ."Through the Years" . . . Always tempted to call up her man . . . Easygoing and considerate.

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"Ess". . . Wonderful, friendly personality . . . Those retty eyes! . . . Collecting miniatures . . . Ta ent for writing . . . Always rushing off to a meeting . . . SPILLED I N K . . ."I nearly died laughing". . . Marks . . . Dislikes having her picture taken . . . Loves to sleep . . . Memory book collector.

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37 Park Road, Short Hills, New Jersey

December 7 Centenary singer^ 2; Phi Theia Kappr 2.

"Beth". . . Nursery school teacher . . ."You'll Never Walk Alone". . . Radiant, smiling, singing, playing the piano and violin . . . Always laughing at jokes . . . Getting hysterical in the movies . . . Seen in the practice room . . ."That> wonderful". . . Marry-land.

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10 Prospect Point Gardens, Matawan,

New Jersey April 8 Outing Club 2; Psychology Club 1,2; Record Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu I; Volleyball.

"Bishee". . . Gay disposition . . . Red hair an" blue eyes . . . Hopes to be a teacher . . . Always seen at a bridge table . . . Weekends at Lafayette.

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M.ilp1e Hill Drive,' Hackensack, New Jersey March 23

Cbapel Choir I; QutitPg G!zC 1,2; Psycb~logy Club 1,2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1; F&$i~gClub 1: Cejr/enary - Playgrs 1 . . ,

Plans to be a numse . . .":Goodnight Irene''. . . Blue eyes, m1p -haik . . . %%iting. for p h e calls . ., . 3eeh on back porch of.South . . . "Beetles". . . Worries -about co@i6ting dates . . . Weekends at hfayette . Always ga7 and ... willing to help.

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57 Schuvler Avenue. Rockville Centre.

New ~ o r k January 5 Centenary Singers 1,2; Chapel Choir I; Business Club I; SPILLED INK 1,2;,Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

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"Von". . ."I'll Follow My Secret Heart". . . Loves to study in bed . . ."JeepersM. . . Occupational therapy . . . Long dark eyelashes and expressive hands . . ."Let's go on a hike!". . . Contagious laugh . . . Sweet and considerate.

"Jan". . . Beautiful strawberry blond hair . . . Always seen in the typing room . . . Hap y-golucky . . . Private secretary . . . Makes riends with everyone . . . Dislikes insincere people . . . "Night and Day". . . A good alto harmonizer . . . Really sweet.

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292 Western Way, Princeton, New Jersey May 19 Della Sigma Sigma 1,2; Ouiing Club 1 ; Cosmopolitan Club 2.

"Polly". . . Katie Gibbs-then? . . ."Two Sleepy People". . . Never still . . . Blond hair and big blue eyes . . . Washes clothes when bored . . . Talent for finding new worries . . . Prompt, neat . . . Mail lounge . . . Worries include everything . . . Dislikes dirty hair . . . Princeton . . . Here, Chick, Chick, Chick!

42 Claremont Avenue, Maplewood, New Jersey

September 21 Delta Sigma Sigma 2; Bonk Club 2.

"Flash. . . Personal secIetary to her husband . . ."Till Then". . . Always fun for everyme . . . Curly hair, dreamy blue eyes . . . Swimming and bridge . . ."We'll think about &st tomorrow". . . No worries . . . Dislikes insincerity . . . Weekends most anywhere.


1925 Pine Avenue, Niagara Falls, New York

March 24 Outing Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Guild I .

"Nor". . . A home economist . . ."Tenderly" . . . That dark hair and those dark eyes . . . Loves to knit . . . Pleasant smile and dimples . . . Look for her in the mail lounge . . . Here and there . . . Sweet personality with lots of Pep.

35 Murray Avenue, Ridgewood, New Jersey

December 15 Art and Poster Club 2; Theta Epsilon N u 2; Aqualic Club 2.

"Simoney". . . Commercial artist . . ."All My Love". . . Good sense of humor . . . Curly hair . . . Brown eyes . . . Playing bridge . . . Eating . . . Raised eyebrow . . . Always losing something . . . Lotte Hall Lounge . . ."Wha', Whad, ya say!". . . ~ e t t i nfat~ . . . 8 o'clock curfew on Sunday night . . . Lehigh . . . Loves to dance . . . Crazy about music. Page sixty-nine


Cook Hill Road, Cheshire, Connecticut January 25 Spanish Club I ; Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2; Centenary Singers 2.

.,"Norkie". . . The eyes have it . . ."S:ar Dust" . . . Bubbling over with pep . . . Worries about getting her shorthand done . . . Seen in the dining room or DuBois Hall . . ."Oh, Golly". . . Headed for the secretarial field . . . Twinkle ig her eyes . . ."Kit, stop twirling your hair!". . . Weekends in New York and Connecticut.

3636 :$ackson Street, San Francisco 18, California

August 26 French Club 1 ; L)el/d Sigma Sigma 1,2; Leaders c o r p s 2.

"Kit". . . Teaching . . . Forever on the go . . . "What's the price of beans in China?". . . Twinkling eyes . . . Ice skating . . . Always twirling her hair . . . DuBois Hall . . . Her younger brother . . ."Who . . . Black shiny hair . . ."Want to bet". . ."There's no place like San Francisco". . . Short and sweet. M

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20 South Maple Avenue, East Orange,

New Jersey June 30 . ,CRiding Club Vice-President; Sigma Epsilon Phi 9% -+-&d"GerrvW. . . School. and then landsca~earchiL

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"Daffy". . . Nursery school teacher . . ."Some Enchanted Evening". . . Weekends at Madison . . ."Why, it's simply hysterical !". . . Constantly talking . . . Shining hair . . . Talent for swimming . . . Seen in DuBois . . . Dungarees and wings.


Wantage Avenue, Hamburg, New Jersey March 22 Chapel Choir 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 2. "Half". . . PossibIe transfer . . ."My Laddie" . . . Friendly, easygoing . . . Expressive eyes, sparkling smile . . . Likes music, swimming, movies, and dancing . . . Plays piano and sings . . . Pigtails . . . Seen in the library . . ."Oh, Birdseed!". . . Worries about future and work . . . Dislikes killjoys . . . Dodger fan.

82 Grandview Avenue, White Plains, New York

December 7 SPILLED INK 2; Ouiing Club 2; Laboratory Technicians Club 2.

"Sal". . . Plans to be a nurse . . ."Because". . . Vivacious and energetic . . . Nice com lexion and long eyelashes . . . Likes sailing ancfhorseback riding . . . Plays the saxophone . . . Artistic, domestic . . . Neat appearance . . . Seen outside dining room . . ."Let's go to bed early tonight" . . . Worries about homework . . . Dislikes waiting . . . Always busy weekends.


Park Drive South, Rye, New York March 24 Aqua~jc Club 1,2; Glee Club I; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Student Council 2; Phi Thela Kappa 2; Hockey; Swimming.

"Joanie". . . Secretary or stewardess . . ."Blue Moon". . . Appears shy, but- . . . Light brown hair, brown eyes . . . Cute as a China doll . . . Collects pictures . . . Efficiency plus . . . Those surprise dates . . . Seen in the typing room . . . "Where's Hannah?". . . Worries about shorthand . . . Dislikes fire drills, open windows.

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Riding Club I; Theta Epsilon Nu 1,2; Cenienary Singers 1,2; Outing Club 1 ; Chapel Choir 2; Leaders corps 2.

"Hank". . . Apartment in New York City . . . "All the Things You Are". . . Always a solution for that important problem . . . Sentimental . . . Pretty curly hair, baby blue eyes . . . Loves horses, dogs . . . Talent for telling tall tales . . Witty, humorous, neat . . . Found in library . . . "Have you seen Joan?". . Dislikes radiators.

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MedicaI secretary . . ."D&ncingIn the Dak". . . Understanding . . Friendly . . SpiparMing , . . Bi'g blue eyes . . n o s e letters to S. M. U. . . That accent . . Infectious laugh . . . Typing room . ."Most probably". ."He's too short". . . Hates a dusty mail box . . . Confusion . . ."How much does it cost to call Texas?"

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"Charlie". . . Physiotherapy . . ."When Day Is Done". . . Rarely serious . . . Fun loving . . . Neat and well groomed . . . Nice hands . . . Blue eyes . . . Collects ties . . . Photography . . . Letter writing . . . Yale sweatshirt . . . Chem lab and hockey field . . ."Quit goofing off". . . Letters and rings . . . That cuckoo clock . . . West Point and Yale . . ."Let's change the room around."


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March 31 Gemtmwy P2xjer.r I ; P~snsG Chi9 I ; Book Cis%, 1; C o s m ~ p a b dClub ~ 1; The@ EpiJoa Nu 1,2. ,

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63 Shellbank Place, Rockville Centre, New York May 15 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Book Club 2; Volleyball; Basketball.

"Ruth". . . Secretary . . ."Bewitched". . . Beautiful complexion . . . Talent for playing the uke . . . Always good natured . . . Seen in Lotte Hall Lounge . . ."Is the mail out yet?". . . Never worries. \

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March 3 W. A. A. Secrelary 1, Treasurer 2; Centenary singer^ 1; HACK Board 1; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2.

"Evie". . . On to a Co-ed school . . ."Beyond the Sea". . ."Penthouse Serenade". . . Full of life . . . Long curls . . . Phi Psi parties . . . Always socializing . . . Oh, that laugh! . . . Can be found in grill . . ."Now, ladies". . . Worries about phone calls . . . Loves Dixieland jazz.

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"Lightning". . ."Thinking of Y'ou'" . . A devilish sir . Always a friendly smile . . A career waman . . . Knitting . 8le inig . : Seen ,hy the phone . ."Goes$ <h@hod?". . Wornn, about lack, of slee and shorthand . . . Pet aversion is aim do ,

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"B. J.". . ."Sentimental Me". . . Transfer to Purdue . . . Smart dresser . . . Pleasant . . . Worries about gaining weight . . Keeps picture albums . . . Always seen in the mail lounge . . ."Gollies". . . Pet aversion-messy room . . . Mid-western girl at heart . . . Always busy. Page eighjy-one

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April 6 Outing Club I , Outing Club Board 2; Social Committee 2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2.

"Missie". . . Bubbling, full of fun and jokes . . ."How do you spell it?". . . Dislikes wearing white to dinner . . . Talent for piano playing . . ."Why don't I get any mail?". . . Always cooking for the hall . . ."No Other Love". . . Brown flapper hair, green eyes, and a constant grin . . . Wants to be a nursery school teacher.

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"Bets". . . Travel around the wat1d . ."Body. and Soul". . Generous, friend1 and ;&&able . . Neat . . ~ h u t i f u haif l an&& .. . Sading and Bping . . . Makes her own clothes . . Dresses beautifully ,. . Worries galore! .. Weekends between Lehigh m d ho-me . . . She's a Beta Girl.

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November 21 Guild 1,2; PsychoIogy Club 1,2; Record Club 2, Secrelary-Treasurer 1; Book Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi I , Vice-President 2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Chapel Choir 2.

"Ginny". . . Nursery school teacher . . ."Make Believe". . . Lots of fun, always on the go . . . Beautiful complexion and bright blue eyes make a lovely person . . . Collects pitchers . . . Good singing voice . . . Neat and cheerful . . ."Treemendous". . . Worries about tests . . . Can't stand insincerity . . . Here, there and everywhere . . . Would like to own a convertible.


3 Ontario Road, Bellerose, New York

November 18 Sigma Epsilon Phi 2.

"Muel". . . Nurse . . ."The Things W e Did Last Summer". . . Oh, so natural! . . . Long eyelashes . . . Hobby of knitting socks . . . Happygo-lucky . . . Seen in Chemistry lab . . . Worr~es about weekends . . . Envies natural curly hair , . . Weekends everywhere.

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Outing Club I ; Della Sigma Sigma 1,2; Riding Club I ; Cosmopolitan Club, President 2.

"Jan". . . Powers' model . . . Loves to sleep . . . Fashion merchandising . . ."La Vie En Rose" . . ."That's too much!". . . Weekends everywhere . . . Collecting foreign costume dolls . . . Sincere . . . Gay moods . . . C10,thing lab . . . "Those Far Away Places". . . Big earrings . . . Twin . . . Dislikes small towns.

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"Bobby". . . That shiny red hair . . . Writing letters by moonlight . . . Good swimmer . . . Loves knitting . . . Hopes to work in the merchandising field . . ."I Can Dream, Can't I?". . . Sincerity . . . A companionable roommate . . . Lafayette.

765 Bsadway, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York

February 7 HACK Slaf 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Delta Psi Omega 1,2.

"Margo". . . University of North Carolina . . . Dramatics . . ."A Rainy Night In Rio". . . Sweet Gal . . . Generous . . . Cleaning the room . . . Able to catalogue her roommate's things . . . Loves doing things for others . . . Little Theatre . . ."I look like death warmed over". . Dates.

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I 4 Samoset Road, Waban, Massachusetts December 16 SPILLED INK 1,2; Press Club I ; Outing CIub 1,2; Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Riding Club I; Hockey.

"Polly". . . Medical secretary . . . Even tempered Nice skin . . . Plays the piano and writes well . . . Contagious laugh . . ."Can I wear heels?". . . Dislikes open bureau drawers.

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22 Belmont Street, Whitman, Massachusetts

October 3 Dance Club 1, President 2; Chapel Choir 1; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; W.A. A. Board 2; Presidents Club 2; Social Committee 2.

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May 30 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Lersders Cmps 2; Cenmary Singer$ 2; Drawkc Club 1; Chapel Choir 2.

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January 19 Radio Workshop

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"Nan". . ."My Destiny". . . Always bubbling over with enthusiasm . . . Blond hair . . . Always around when needed . . . Big blue eyes . . . Worries about losing weight . . . Talent for writing . . ."What's it with you?". . . Pet aversion+shorthand and taking pills . . . Never a dull minute around 110 South.


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1104 Wheatsheaf Lane, Abington, Pennsylvania

September 28 Aquatic Club 1, Rating Bomd 2; Leaders Corps 2; Delta Psi Omega 1,2; Tbeia Epsilon Nu 1,2; Book Club 1,2; Student Court 2; Hockey.

"Peggy". . . Medical technician . . ."I'm In the Mood For Love". . . Thoughtful . . . That beautiful golden hair and bright eyes . . . Hobby is roughing it in the wide open spaces . . . Seen. most anywhere on campus . . ."Oh, isn't that dear?". . . Worries about gaining weight . . . Dislikes 1:00 permission . . . Those indescribable weekends everywhere.

1231 Bennington Avenue, Pittsburgh, :/ Pennsylvania

July 26 Aquatic Club 1, Raiing Board 2; Dance Workshop, Secreiary-Treasurer 2, Vice-president I ; French Club I; Sludent Court 2; Leaders Corps 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Swimming.

"Stevie". . . Social work . . ."Thinking of You" . . . Neat, petite, and sweet . . . Her crowning glory . . . Classical music . . . Dancing . . . Getting up in the morning . . . That em ty mail box . . . Good things come in small pa ages.

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375 Summit Avenue, Hackensack, New Jersey _ "

August 18

Psychology Club 1,2; Outing Club 1 , Serreiary-Treasurer 2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Phi Theia Kappa 2.

"Lo". . . Transfer . . ."My Happiness". . . Easygoing, cheerful, radiant personality . . . Blond, pretty blue eyes . . . Runs a blind date bureau . . . Always losing her glasses . . Seen around Chem Lab and Lotte Hall Lounge . . . Worries about nothing . . . Hates 8 o'clock classes . . . West Point.

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New Jersey December 22 Sludent Council 2; Oating Club 2; Hall President 2; Guild 1,2; Delta Psi Omega 2, Secretary 1; Dance Workshop 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

"Evie". . . Social work . . ."You Wonderful You". . . Sweet, an able person . . . Big green eyes . . . Actress . . . Neat . . ."What is it with you?". . ."What shall I wear this weekend?" . . . A good sport.


48 Roosevelt Avenue, Deal, New Jersey February 27 Psychology Club I , Secretary 2; Thela Epsilon Nu 1,2.

Short career, then marriage . . ."They Say It's Wonderful". . . Blond hair and brown eyes . . . Talent for typing . . . Heels off her loafers . . . Always ready for a good time . . . Lotte Hall Lounge . . ."Gotta go on that diet". . . Letters from Hartford . . . Dislikes her roommate's good nature in the morning . . . Trinity weekends.


138 Broad Street, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

September 28 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Rerord Club 1; Sludenl Court.

"Bonnie". . . Eacient secretary . . ."Lauraw. . . Real sweet and just as neat . . . Beautiful blond hair and big blue eyes . . . Makes everybody happy . . ."I hope he'll call tonight". . . Worries about everything . . . Weekends at home with her man . . . Talented in housecleaning . . ,. Always wearing a smile.

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May 8 Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Record Clrrb 1; HACK 2; Phi Theta Kappa I,.?; BarRetball2.

"Joan". . . Nursery school teacher . . ."If You Were the Only Girl In the World". . . Good sense of humor .. . . Five foot four and, oh, so much more . . . Talent for getting things done with efficiency . . . Busy beaver . . . Seen running across campus . . . Worries about a ride to Trenton on Fridays . . . Disllkes being called "the brain". . . Those stuffed animals.

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Camera Club 1 ; Outing Club I ; Aquatic Club 2; Social Committee 2; Book Club 2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2.

'"Barb". . ."Thinking of You". . . Winning personality, sincerity . . Those brown eyes! . . . Skating, swimming, playing the piano . . . Always neat and on time . . . Chem lab . . ."You know it !". . . Dislikes that late date . . . Lafayette, Princeton, and ."Black Bears."

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August 3 Secretary of Book Club 1,2; Glee Club I; Outing Club I; Cheerleader 2; Thela Epsilon N u 1,2; Basketball.

"Gret". . . Nursing . . ."I Can Dream, Can't I?" Clever wit and guiet . . . Freckles . . . Sailing, skiing, and sw~mming. . . Sincere, full of fun . . . Tennis courts . . ."That's my man" . . . Worries about how her money is spent . . . Lafayette.

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"Web". . . Nursery school teacher . . ."How Deep Is the Ocean". . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Friendly . . . Nice figure . . . Pretty eyes . . . Grin . . . Playing with bean bags . . . Stories about adventure . . . Practical jokes . . . Boston accent . . . Mail lounge . . ."Maaarshall". . . Making breakfast crew on time in the morning . . ."The Frog". . . Bowdoin. Page ninety-eight

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October 3 Freshman Council Representative 1, Book Club 2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Guild 1,2; Hall President 2; Dance Workrhop 2; HACK Board 2; Centenary Players I; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Student Council 2.

"Barbi". . . Radiant and happy-go-lucky . . . Sympathetic . . . "Where or When" . . . Talented music composer . . .. Singing . . ."Seriously now!". . . Studies . . . Those 8 o'clock classes . . . A real live wire! . . . Expressive eyes . . . Happy in a crowd.

398 Hall Court, South Orange, New Jersey April 5 Guild 1; Guild Cabinet 2; Outing Club 1; Dance Workshop 1,2; Aquatic Club 1; Aquajic Raiing Board 2; Student Council 2; Chairman of Chapel Organization 2; Theta Epsilon N u 1,2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Volleyball All-Star; Hockey; Baseball; Swimming.

Marriage . . ."The Marine Hymn". . . A calm, warm heart . . . Eager to please everyone . . . Long blond hair, big blue eyes . . . Sports and writing letters . . . "Now, Barbi!" . . . If she has worries, no one knows them . . . The many speeches which she is always preparing.


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'Warcie". . . Stage designer . . ."Sure Thing" . . . Thoughtful . . . Always looking for a good time . . . Generous . . . b a g eyelashes, beautiful hair . . . Singing, artistic talent . . . Noted for her riotous laugh . . . Can be found back-

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Vice-President Business Club 1 ; Outing Club 1, Outing Club Board 2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Theta Epsilon Na 1,2; Hockey; Basketball; Bowling.

"Cindy". . . Medical secretary . . ."My Foolish Heart". . . Full of pep, easygoing . . . Dark brown hair . . . Loves to read comic books . . . Writing letters . . . At the movies . . ."Honest to John". . . N o worries . . . Dislikes cleaning the room . . ."Tomorrow I start my diet!"

14 Washington Park, Maplewood, New Jersey April 27 Business Club I ; Outing Club I; SPILLED INK 2; Social Cummiltee 2; Delta Sigma Sigma I,.?; Hockey; Volleyball; Basketball.

"Sandy". . . Private secretary . . ."Bewitchedv . . . Congenial and sincere . . . Knitting . . . Basketball . . . Writing letters . . ."Crum sake" . . ."What'll I do about this Saturday night?" . . . Everything turns out for the best. Page one hundred one


26 Dupont Avenue, White Plains, New York December 30 Ouling Club 1,2; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Record Club 2.

"Charlie". . . Westward, ho ! . . ."Someone To Watch Over Me". . . Emotional and friendly . . . Long, dark hair . . . Playing the piano . . . Animal and nature lover . . . Usually seen. in the Grill . . ."Well, I'll be dipped". . . Worries, about missing phone calls . . . Loves cheeseburgers . . . Wandering weekends . . . Adirondacks.

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"Soose". . . Westward, ho ! ! ! . . ."Sometimew . . . Reserved . . . Happy . . . Easygoing . . . Big blue eyes and that long hair . . . Horses . . . Boats . . . Art . . . Enjoys everything she does . . . Never worries . . . Mail lounge . . . "Well, blast". . . Wind . . . Stars . . . The calm in the midst of the storm . . . A real friend . . . Spurts of animation . . . Contests .

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Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July 20 Dra~naiics Club 1; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

"Sary". . . Efficient secretary . . ."Blue Moon" . . . Vivacious . . . Big brown eyes . . . Bridge . . . Acting . . . Not very absent minded! . . . Losing glasses . . ."Oh, yes". . . Dislikes those 8 o'clocks . . ."Will we ever forget the skirt that went to Europe?". . . Weekends at M. I. T. and West Point.

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Pennsylvania August 31 Student Council 1,2; Hall President 2; Sigma Epsilon

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"Mer". . . Active and versatile . Hopes to be a nursery school teacher . . ."Always". . . Very frank . . . Known for her facial expressions . . . Easygoing, everybodyas mother . . . Always seen in the lounge . . ."Oh, honestly!". . . Detests lima beans and scallops . . . Loves dancing, acting, singing, and painting.


373 Hickory Lane, Haddonfield, New Jersey

December 19 Della Psi Omega 1,2; Glee Clwb 1; Delta Sigma Sigma 1,2; BOORClrtb 2.

"Dee". . . Would like to be a model . . ."Falling In Love With Love". . . Talent for knitting men's socks . . . Seen next to the nearest radio . . ."Where's my idiotic rodmrnate?". . . After school, then what? . . . Dislikes alarm docks . . . Weekends everywhere.

Ridge Road, Little Falls, New Jersey December 4 Glee Club I; Book Club 1,2; Ortting Clrtb I; Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2.

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Kindergarten teacher . ."Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". . . Beautiful eyes . . Bas to get along with except in the wee hours o the morning . . . Seen in the'shower . . . Worries about the dust in her mail box . . . Lafayette . . . Lots of fun to be with.

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April 28 Delta Sigrna Sigma 1,2; Glee Club 1; Ovzing Club 1,2; Guild I ; Record Club 2.

Plans to be a nursery school teacher . . ."I've Got You Under My Skin". . . Full of bounce . . . Sleepy eyes, curly hair . . . Always daydreaming . . . Talent for getting into trouble . . . Last minute rush . . . Always seen joking around campus . . ."I thought I'd die!". . . Worries about not getting enough to eat . . . Hates to wake up.

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November 16 Aquatic Club 1,2; French Club 1; Sigma Epsilon 1,2; Centenary Singers 1,2; Chapel Choir 2.

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4 3 Rankin Street, Rockland, Maine July 9 Sigma Epsilon Phi 1,2; Guild 1,2; Dance Club 1,2; Laboratory Technicians Club 1,2.

"Scotty". . . T o do a surrealistic painting in a medical secretary's view~oint . . ."Penthouse Serenade". . . Considerate, thoughtful . . . Expressive eyes . . . Nice clothes . . . Painting and dancing . . . Peppy . . ."You know it !". . . Worries about school work . . . Dislikes immature people . . . Lehigh. Page one hundred six


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'.'Bobbie", '. Pull of fun azld ever ready ,for a laugh . . . Hobbies are dancing and bridg., . 'We~ertheless",. . Wants .to it. sI:et:&y. . Blond hair and blue eyes . . . Loves Coshecti~ut . . . W~rriesa b u t not getting enough sleep . . Seen writiag letters . . Neat apptrance . . . Disl&es bbnd dates . , ,""Oh, no!"

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. . .'"Bewitched". . . Eyer. on &e 'p . . %&yes sittifig still . ,,. Brown eye%. . ' 3 b&re ,. Bmbtoidery y~dc. .. . ~ i & '6t&i%settee ~ logbters . . . Alvays a kind word for exreqm . . .'Gtill . . .'"He s m d ontg"', , . Losing 'gv:$&t . . Term papers . . :,.Long rides to &klmtic City . . . &m.afs a book. \ . .

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Barbara Glickman, June Armend, Elisabeth Wasmuth, Elena Schifrnan.

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Centenary to begin their college days. They will finish their college work in February 1952 and will return to receive their degrees with the June Graduating Class. Their friendly spirit has added much to our Centenary family.

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Class Colors Blue and White

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Thru all the years of toil. Our colors bright the blue and white Will reign forever loyal. You will always be our beacon, A guiding light to us. Within our hearts there will remain A never broken trust.

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Sitting-Sally Amidon, Anne Allen. Standing-Julia Abbandonato, Lois Alexander, Carol Adams, Diane Adkins, Alice Altheimer, Charlotte Anderson, Janet Altschuler. Absent-Barbara Anthony.

Janet Barker, Edna Avera, Patricia Barry, Mary Ballard, Jane Barnett, Nancy Bagby, Carol Bernstein, Joyce Anderson, Betty Berger.

Marlyn Brustad, Elna Bisbee, Carla Bloecher, Beatrice Brons, Beverly Buchanan, Lavarn Bulakul, Patricia Bierwirth, Jeanne Blessin, Nancy Brush, Joan Brumrner. AbsentBarbara Burgess.


IlkSitting-Donna Cameron, Roxanne Bunino, Janet Burl, Roberta Buntele, Mary-Faith Butler, Patricia Call, Claire Burke. Standing-Joanne Carkhuff, Irene Burd.

Sitting - Barbara Clucas, Sydney Coleman, GwiIi Clark, Corinne Chapleau, Sally Castleman, Pattey Carmine, Constance Clark. Standing - Catherine Carter, Pauline Chapleau.

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Kneeling-Denise Ellis, Marie Di Giacomo, Joan Emerson. SittingMarcia Dowd, Rosemary Drake, Siefanie Drha. Standing - Joyce Eshelman, Lorraine Eidschun, Susanne Edgar, Beverly Durand.

Bernice Gaal, Fairfax Flinn, Ann Fitzpatrick, Lynn Freeman, Carolyn Feisner, Zelda Forman, Ruth Fulcher. Absent-Nancy Esposito, Pollyann Grimm.

First Row-Vida Goldman, Lucina Garcia, Kay Grandi, Joanne Graham. Second Row-Evelyn Graham, Anne Grabe, Kay Griffiths, Joan Griffiths. Third Row-Althea Gibson, Chadyeane Gooding. Absent-Rosemary Hilldring.

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First Row-Yvonne Kenyon, Joyce Johns. Second Row-Lynne Hutton, Peggy Kahn, Katherine Hunting, Janet Isaacson, Joy Kelley, Elizabeth Kilkenny, Carol Jillson. Absent-Cynthia Kutscher, Joan Lundsted.

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First Rozu-Caroline Norris, Charlotte Payne, Janet Quaintance. Second Row-Helen Noyes, Barbara Oettler, Betty Joan ~ a n d o l ~ h , Michele Ramey, Greta Pearlman, Helene Norris, Joan Peterson. Absent-Suzanna Shultz, Barbara Somers.

First Row-Bernice Ritter, Sally Schmidt, Joan Robinson, Marilyn Regan, Adrienne Schuetz. Second Row-Lois Seibold, Sondra Ritter, Jeanne Schultze, Priscilla Sawyer. Absent-Marie Sterner, Jacqueline Stirone.

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Charlotte Skinner, Barbara Smith, Joyce Smith, Barbara Silverman, Joan Smith, Dolores Snippet, Barbara Smith, Sally Snodgras. Absent -Ann Swoboda.

First Row-Elvia Snyder, Elizabeth Stedman, Lynn Stephenson. Second. Row - Phyllis Stensland, Mary Louise Steuber, Virginia Stegrnuller, Mary Stecko, Lorraine Spiller.

First Row - Judith Thompson, Norma Strohm, Sue Strain, Eleanor Stillman. Second Row - Gloria Taylor, Elizabeth Tanner, Joan Tamlyn, Joan Thornton, Daisy Adams.

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Carol Tomajan, Susan Tweedell, Joan Tamlyn, Carmelina Vinciguerra, Inge Vogt, Jill Vannote, Jeanne Van Loon, Barbara Tofte, Barbara Titterton.

First Row-Nancy Whiteman, Gail Warden, Marcia Wander, Nancy Wheeler. Second Row - Patricia Welsh, Barbara Walker, Shelley Wheeler, Betsy Waltman, Nadine

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Tbe Hack Board OFFICERS Editor ................................................................. N ANCY ABBOTT Associate Editor .......................................... HARRIET SOULE Business Manager ........................ PATRICIA PRETTYMAN Advisor ..................................................................M I BOUTON

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the years to come, the HACK will be the means of reliving our wonderful college days. It is written, managed, and edited as a student activity. The staff works closely with the Editor and Advisor, learning the fundamentals necessary in producing a good yearbook. It is therefore wholly up to the staff and Editor to have the publication ready at the desired deadline. The book is divided into units-Senior section containing sketches of each graduating student and her activities, freshman section containing group pictures, unit on activities, and section on athletics. The members of this year's staff are Merion Hunt, Sally Kugler, Barbara Behn, Joan Cramer, Priscilla Henrich, Lois Dehls, Alice Altheimer, Elna Bisbee, Anne Allen, Anne Grabe,. Louise Lane, Susan Tweedell, Michele Ramey, Charlotte Payne, Priscilla Sawyer and Janet Altschuler. N

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HE onIy scholastic honorary society at Centen ary is Phi Theta Kappa, the National Junior College honorary society. In order to become a member of this organization, a student must have a high scholastic rating, outstanding qualities of character, and interest in school activities. It is,

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Student Court

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HE Student Court is the organization which enforces efficiently the laws necessary to run our school. The Honor System plays the major role. Each girl is responsible to her school in.upholding this system. The Court operates on a democratic basis, giving each girl the right to appear and state her case. A great deal of time is given to review the case before a decision is reached.

The Court consists of nine girls selected by the students to represent them in their law abiding system..pny decision must have a majority vote, or else 'it lies open. If a student has committed an offense, she is notified through the mail by a "pink slip" and required to appear in Court at a specific time, dressed in white. The Court conducts each trial individually, decides upon the guilt or innocence of the person, and, if necessary, imposes a penalty appropriate to the offense. The Dean acts as advisor to Court, while the Vice-President of the Student Council is the pre-

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OFFICERS

President ............................................................. A NN W ALRAD Vice-Presidenl ............................................. FELICIASTEINER Secretary ......................................................... D A N E A~TARITA Advisor ..................................................................... D EAN HIGHT

siding officer. The other members are the President of Student Council, the Secretary of Student Court, and three girls elected from each class. The Senior Representatives are Margaret Williams, Stephanie Frank, and Bronwen Arnold. The Freshmen Representatives are Elizabeth Waltman, Judith Thompson, and Charlotte Anderson. Each member on Student Court is elected on the basis of her impartiality and understanding. Since the government of Centenary is for the benefit of the students, the Court is also a student function. Through Court and Council the students have fair representation and trial.


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Student Council

President ........................ :...............................FELIc STEINER Vice-president ........................................... A N N W ALRAD Secretary .........................................................J O Trearurer ................................................................... Advisor

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Student Council is a democratic 'organi-

1 zation controlled by students and aided by an

understanding President, Dean, and faculty. This government strives to obtain efficiency and cooperation of the entire student body and depends upon the students for new ideas and opinions. - T h e Honor System is the backbone of Centenary's democracy and with the students' support, they have an effective Council. Problems, questions, and complaints are brought directly to Council so that the members may discuss them and work out solutions. The Student Council works closely with the Student Court, and, together, an impartial attainment of school goals is the result. The members of the Student Council are Barbara Holmes, Barbara Behn, Polly Shepardson, Louise Lane, Elizabeth Stedman, Joan Towey, Ruth Thomas, Barbara Silverman, Evelyn Gravatt, Chadyeane Gooding, Catherine Carter, Barbara Biggs, Daisy Adams, Carol Neumann, Ann Woche, Merilyn Matlack, Patricia Melarkey, Letizia Corigliano, and Nancy Christina Larson.

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Chapel Choir

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President

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the sweet of a hymn come drifting through the halls, our thoughts turn to the chapel choir and the contributions it has made to our college.

The girls make an impressive appearance in their blue gowns and black velvet caps as they march down the aisle singing the processional. The beautiful three-part harmony, for which the choir is known, brightens our chapel and Sunday vesper services. At the conclusion of vespers, the choir sings the benediction which fades away as the doors of Chapel are slowly dosed. The Chapel Choir is a select group of thirtysix girls chosen on the basis of good singing voices and the ability to read music. They meet twice a week for practice, under the direction of Mr. Edgar H. Smith. Emphasis is placed upon the singing of sacked choral music. I t is no wonder we enjoy the Chapel Choir and appreciate the contribution it has made to our services at Centenary.

B A R BSMITH

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Libwrians...... BARBARA GREIFF, L YNN STEVENSON Adv't.'or

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Centenary Singers

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President ............................................................ J AYNE BEATTY Vice-president .......................................L A N B ULAKUL Recording Secretary .

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H E Centenary Singers is the concert-singing group of the college. Membership is limited to the girls, who, by tryouts, show ability in singing and music reading. Under the able direction of Mr. Edgar H . Smith, the girls present special programs on such occasions as Parents' Day and Graduation. This year a training choir rehearses with the regular concert group. These girls are potential Centenary Singers, and each has the opportunity to replace a girl in the regular group who may be absent for a concert. This innovation challenges the girls in the concert group to do work of a better quality. Their itinerary includes trips to nearby colleges where concerts are given. In return, men's choirs and singing groups are invited to sing at Centenary, and a dance or reception usually follows the performance. The Centenary Singers also give joint concerts with other colleges. Two years ago, the Centenary Singers appeared at Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and last year they, again, traveled to New York to appear at Town Hall with Percy Grainger. They have been invited to perform with him again this year at Town Hall in April. The college is proud of the honor and recognition this group has brought to Centenary.

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OFFICERS President ............................................................ H ELEN SKEELE Vice-President ................................................ H ELEN PURDY Secretary ...................................................... DOROTHY SNYDER ARILYN LEWIS Trearurer Advisor ........................................................................... DR. MILLS

Guild

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HE Guild is an organization of students working together to promote Christian behavior and service. The Guild has sponsored drives for the building of a Christian ColIege in Japan, for collecting clothes for needy families, and for the World Student Fund.

Highlighting the Guild's program is Religious Emphasis Week, at which time there are special chapels and discussions led by our visiting minister. , Throughout the year, the Guild participates in chapel programs and directs all Lenten Services. The annual hayride and the pancake supper at Tranquility are two of their recreational activities open to all students. Page one hundred ~hirty-two


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UR s t u d e n t n e w s p a p e r , SPILLED INK, seeks to give actual journalistic experience to as many students as possible. Editorial meetings, assignment checks, proofreading, and layout keep reporters and editors busy throughout the month. Together with the editorial staff, the advertising, business and circulation staffs produce SPILLED INK, which is comprised of news, features, and opinions. It is pubIished ten times yearly, with extras 'I for outstandtng events.

OFFICERS

Editor ...................................................... R E BRADLEY Associate Editor ............................... ....&SIE BEARNARTH Busines~Manuger .............................. E L IZA B ET H URNER Advisors ....................MRS.BLATCHFORD, MISS ALLEN

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Presidents Club

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H E newest club on campus is the Presidents Club, which was formed this year to provide an opportunity for the leaders to discuss their club problems and to encourage a spirit of co-operation and good will. All presidents of campus clubs are automatically members of this organization. At monthly meetings the presidents discuss parliamentary procedures, budgets, and general d u b activities. The discussions of the Presidents Club stimulate the growth and interest in the individual club activities.

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President .............................. NANCY CHRISTINA LARSON Secretary ..............................................

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H E Social Committee is the backbone of Centenarv's social life. This comI mittee, composed of twelve girls, is a silent, but very active organization. The girls arrange such functions as dances, formal dinners, movies on campus, and programs with men's colleges. The Social Committee also arranges the school bulletin board, which lists the week's activities. The Social Committee makes possible many of the extra-curricular activities which are so important in college. The members of the Social Committee are Barbara Warren, Joyce Isseks, Audrey Sustmann, Barbara Gruhn, Margaret McPherson, June Armend, Nancy McCrady, Carroll Goededce, Susan Waring, and Suzanne Schack. OFFICERS

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Radio Workshop

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HIS year the radio classes have moved into an attractive and modern Workshop in Vanwinkle Hall. The campus station, WCJC, under the direction of Miss Josephine Wible, is a very busy place. The work in both beginning and advanced classes is tuned to the professional tempo of radio, and designed 'to offer an adequate background for those interested in entering the field of radio and television. Students enjoy frequent visits to radio and television shows in New York City and are given the opportunity of meeting professional people in the field. The climax of the year's activities is Radio Day-a day when WCJC imitates a typical day in a network station with continuous -programs of all types from early morning until late evening.

Delta Psi Omega ENTENARY is proud to have a chapter of this well known national dramatic fraternity, Delta Psi Omega. The purposes of this organization are to sponsor an active dramatic program and to give opportunities to students interested in drama. The group is active in all phases of dramatics. They plan to produce two three-act productions and two one-act plays. Members are chosen after they have gone through a pledge period and passed qualifications set by the fraternity. A transfer student automatically becomes a member of Alpha Psi .Omega, the four year colleges' equivalent to Delta Psi Omega.

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Psychology Club

Art and Poster Club President ............................................................... D

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Vice-Presidents............................ Art Poster - N ANCY D EAN Secretary ............................................................ GLORIA TAYLOR Treasurer ............................................... B R AW ALKER Advisors ..................MRS. GOODWIN,MRS. ROBINSON

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HE Art and Poster Club tries to promote an interest in the Arts for all students who wish to join.

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HE Psychology Club was organized in 1946 in response to a strong student interest.

The club has shown this year the film, "The Life of Van Gogh," and extended an invitation to the entire student body.

Programs are planned around four groups of activities. First, speakers, who are specialists in various branches of psychology, address the students on the campus. Selected films constitute a second part of this program. Trips to institutions always have a strong appeal; this year attention was given to institutions for the feeble-minded, mentally-ill and delinquent. Demonstrations of psychological devices have been given as a fourth type of program; the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test, the Thematic Apperception Test, the Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration Study, and the Rorschach Ink Blot Test have been presented in the last several years.

At the close of each year, the club conducts an art auction to which faculty, students, and townspeople are invited. The proceeds are used to buy reproductions of famous paintings for the school parlors.

The agenda for this year included: Films, lectures on hypnotism, group therapy, prison psychology, Alcoholics Anonymous, and a review of the new diagnostic center at Menlo Park for the analysis of criminals.

The Art Club was combined with the Poster Club a few years ago, and together they are responsible for all the posters and advertisements of coming events at Centenary. At meetings the club discusses art literature and art techniques. The last chapel program under the direction of this club consisted of an illustrated lecture on the following modern schools: Impressionism, Post Impressjonism, and Surrealism.

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Glee Club

Record Club

HE Glee Club is composed of a group of girls who enjoy participating in group singing. In past years it has been a class, but this year it has taken its place as a club among the- others at Centenary. The girls plan what they will sing at the meetings. They usually sing songs appropriate to the teason. During the football season the girls learn and sing different college songs. A few nights before Christmas vacation the club sponsors the singing of Christmas carols in the front parlor. The whole school participates in this caroling. Different girls, throughout the year, have the opportunity to accompany the Glee Club on the piano. The songs are led by the advisor, Mr. Edgar Smith. The girls sing semi-classical and popular numbers both in harmony and in unison.

F you are interested in music, the Record Club offers you the opportunity to learn and hear the great classics.

.'resident ........................................................... BARBARA G ALE

President ........................................................ N ANCY ROBERTS

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The main purpose of the Record Club is to provide a few hours relaxation for girls interested in music; and those who, for the sake of enjoyment and interest, leave the rush of the day to listen to classical music. There is one scheduled meeting a month, at which time the girls study the lives and music of the great composers of classical music. It is no wonder we hear the Great Classics being hummed up and down the corridors. It is this worth while d u b that helps US to appreciate the great composers of the ages.

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HE Book Club is one of the oldest clubs on the Centenary campus and was formed to stimulate an interest in good literature.

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The members belong - to the Book of the Month Club, and at the end of the year the books purchased are given to the school library. OFFICERS President ...................................................... BARBARA BEASLEY Vice-President ............................................... SALLY SCHMIDT Secretary

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NTEREST in the hobby of photography is stimulated by the Camera Club. The members meet once a month to discuss techniques of taking snapshots, developing and printing. Colored slides and black and white prints are sometimes shown at the meetings. Guest speakers are frequently invited to discuss various aspects of amateur and professional photography. Club members take photographs at the important social events and have at their disposal a well-equipped dark room for developing and enlarging their pictures. Each year the club sponsors a photography contest which is open to every student. The pictures are judged according to originality, composition, and technique. OFFICERS President .................................................................. J A N T BOND Vice-President ................................................. A N E ATWOOD Secretary .................................................................. JA N T B URL Treasurer ................................................... B A R BURGESS Advisor ......................................................... MR. BLATCHFORD

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Theta Epsilon Nu SENIOR MEMBERS: Nancy Abbott, BobbieZene Arnold, Marlene Atwood, Barbara Behn, Deborah Binns, Barbara Blacher, Janet Bond, Eleanor Decker, Patricia Doblin, Lois Dodd, Ruth Ebling, Dorothy Fosster, Jeannette Frese, Jean Fritzsche, Gretchen Friend, Susan Friend, Joyce Griffith, Barbara Gruhn, Lenore Hadad, Bettejane Hendershot, Carolyn Heyman, Merion Hunt, Joyce Isseks, Hannah Jones, Evelyn Kelly, Hally Lee Kornbluth, Rae Krout, Sally Kugler, Nancy Caroline Larson, Betty Lau, Gretchen Lion, Mary Little, Joan Macfarlane, Margaret McPherson, Dorothy Mets, Nancy Minisi, Lois Norcross, Lucille Osmundsen, Mary-Jane Radcliffe, Diane Raith, Nan$ Roberts, Mary Ryan, Joan Salley, Joan Schain, Polly Shepardson, Helen Skeele, Nance Slaw, Barbara Smith, Joyce Snyder, Ann Walrad, Joan Wappler, Susan Waring, Phyllis Wilder, Joan Williams, Ann Woche. FRESHMAN MEMBERS: Diane Adkins, Sally Amidon, Barbara Anthony, Edna Avera, Jane Barnett, Carol Bernstein, Patricia Bierwirth, Elna Bisbee, Carla Bloecher, Beverly Buchanan, Lavarn

OFFICERS President ............................................ C A R O LHEYMAN Vice-President ........................................ EANNETTE FRESE Secretary .......................................... A R Y A N RADCLIFFE Treasurer .................................................... R E T C H LION Advisors ........................................... MR. A N D MRS. EVANS Bulakul, Roxanne Bunino, Roberta Buntele, Barbara Burgess, Janet Burl, Mary-Faith Butler, Donna Cameron, Sally Castleman, Corinne Chapleau, Pauline Chapleau, Sydney Coleman, Ann Davis, Marie Di Giacomo, Susanne Edgar, Joyce Eshelman, Carolyn Feisner, Lois Fiske, Vida Goldman, Anne Grabe, Kay Grandi, Pollyann Grimm, Anne Harvitt, Bettie Jane Hungerford, Katherine Hunting, Barbara Hutton, Carol Jillson, Elizabeth Kilkenny, Janice Kindorf, Carolyn Kopf, Cynthia Kutscher, Louise Lane, Carole Litch, Martha Lum, Joan Lunsted, Marlyn MacKenzie, Marjorie MacLeod, Marianne Magnusson, Margaret Marks, Jane Marston, Olive Ann Marston, Joan Max, Suzanne McGregor, Nancy Mert, Nancie Miller, Dona Mohr, Christina Morelock, Edith Muller, Lucia Nagler, Virginia Nestell, Carol Neumann, Caroline Norris, Helene Norris, Charlotte Payne, Priscilla Sawyer, Barbara Silverman, Barbara Joan Smith, Joyce Smith, Dolores Snipper, Barbara Somers, Elizabeth Stedman, Lynn Stephenson, Judith Thompson, Joan Thornton, Susan Tweedell, Marcia Wander, Patricia Welsh, Nancy Wheeler, Constance Zundel. Page one hundred thirty-nine

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Delta Sigma Sigma SENIOR MEMBERS: Jane Atwood, Eleanor Bahto, Barbara Beasley, Jayne Beatty, Barbara Bevans, Barbara Biggs, Nancy Blickley, Daphne Boyle, Doreene Bradley, Polly Bright, Yvonne Bucher, Joan Busher, Joan Cramer, Barbara Gale, Carroll Goedecke, Carol Green, Priscilla Henrich, Carol Heston, Beth Hollinger, Barbara Holmes, Doris Hoppe, Charlotte Jameison, Nancy Christina Larson, Diana Leahy, Elizabeth Lowry, Dina Loy, Barbara Malkin, Mildred McCool, Nancy McCrady, Patricia Melarkey, Marilyn Mertz, Joyce Miller, Barbara Mooney, Paula Murphy, Joy Nelson, Kate Nigh, Carolyn Nye, Janice O'Neill, Margaret Porter, Helen Purdy, Justine Sanford, Ellen Shoemaker, Dorothy Snyder, Lita Solomon, Harriet Soule, Ruth Thomas, Elitabeth Urner, Janet Van Siclen, Barbara Warren, Nancy Webber, M a g o West, Barbara Whitehill, Barbara Wilson. FRESHMAN MEMBERS: Carol Adams, Alice Altheimer, Charlotte Anderson, Mary Ballard, Jeanne Blessin, Beatrice Brons, Marlyn Brustad, Joan Brummer, Claire Burke, Patricia Call, Joanne Page one hundred forty

OFFICERS President .................................................. BARBARA BEVANS Vice-President ................................................ CAROL G REEN Secretary ................................................... MARGARET PORTER Treasurer ............................................. J A N T V AN SICLEN Advisors ........................... M R. A N D MRS. BLATCHFORD

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Carkhuff, Catherine Carter, Constance Clark, Barbara Clucas, Cynthia Cooper, Anne Cornell, Barbara Cummings, Florence DeHuller, Susanna Denniston, Marcia Dowd, Stefanie Drha, Denise Ellis, Joan Emerson, Fairfax Flinn, Lynn Freeman, Zelda Forman, Bernice Gaal, Lucina Garcia, Chadyeane Gooding, Lynn Graham, Joan Griffiths, Edith Griffiths, Janice Gwilliam, June Hagney, Doris Harper, Joan Hayward, Rosemary Hilldring, Adolfine Huffstadt, Susan Litt, Sue Livingston, Lee Loutitt, Miriam Machlet, Joyce Mackie, Jean Macomber, Mary Magill, Barbara Mandell, Carolyn Martens, Marilyn Martin, Barbara McGraw, Betty Myers, Barbara Oettler, Janet Quaintance, Michele Ramey, Betty Randolph, Marilyn Regan, Sally Schmidt, Suzanna Shultz, Lois Seibold, Charlotte Skinner, Barbara E. Smith, Elvia Snyder, Lorraine Spiller, Patricia Stead, Eleanor Stillman, Norma Strohm, Joan Tamlyn, Gloria Taylor, Barbara Titterton, Barbara Tofte, Carol Tomajan, Jill Vannote, Carmelina Vinciguerra, Barbara Walker, Betsy Waltman, Nancy Whiteman, Jacquelyn Wilkinson, Sally Wolfe, Jean Young, Ronell Young.


President ...................................................................... UDY K LEIN Vice-president ........................................ I R G I N ~ ACURTISS Secretary .................................................. B E E R Y DORNAU Treasurer ...................................................... BARBARA POLLEY Advisors ....................................... D R . A N D MRS. DALTON

SENIOR MEMBERS: Constance Agate, Jane Arenberg, Bronwen Arnold, Janet Bath, Essie Bearnarth, Barbara Berger, Eve Betts, Barbara Brisbin, Lois Burker, Joann Carl, Noreen Case, Elizabeth Cole, Letizia Corigliano, Virginia Curtiss, Beverly Dornau, Lavonne Evans, Stephanie Frank, Evelyn Gravatt, Elizabeth Hall, Helen Hutz, Marcia King, Judy Klein, Mary Knowlton, Grace Kocher, Marilyn Lewis, Janet MacWhinney, Marlene Muelhauser, Ruth Munson, Earlene Perry, Barbara Polley, Patricia Prettyman, Janet Reed, Rhonda Ros~grans,Frances Rypins, Dorothy Sample, Joan Sonderburg, Margot Stearns, Felicia Steiner, Shirley Stevens, Marianne Sturm, Audrey Sustmann, Linda Trudeau, Joan Turner, Barbara von Broock, Priscilla Westervelt. FRESHMAN MEMBERS: Julia Abbandonato, Daisy Adams, Anne Allen, Janet Altschuler, Joyce Anderson, June Armend, Nancy Bagby, Janet Barker, Patricia Barry, Betty Berger, Patty Car-

Sigma Epsilon Phi mine, Gwili Clark, Nancy Crane, Joan Croy, Elizabeth Davis, Nancy Dean, Lois Dehls, Beverly Durand, Lorraine Eidschun, Ann Fitzpatrick, June Fulcher, Althea Gibson, Joanne Graham, Enid Hoberman, Joan Hoffman, Janet Issacson, Joyce Johns, Peggy Kahn, Joy Kelley, Jean Kratt, Helen Krivit, Dorothy Kulzer, Marilyn Latchford, Jane McDowell, Bette McFarland, June Malkin, Sarah Marin, Sandra Markowitz, Margaret McKee, Beverley Miller, Barbara Menz, Susie Morgan, Ann Munley, Helen Noyes, Greta Pearlman, Bernice Ritter, Sondra Ritter, Joan Robinson, Mary Ross, Suzanne Schack, Jean Schultze, Elena Schiffmao, Joan Smith, Sally Snodgras, Mary Stecko, Virginia Stegmuller, Marie Sterner, Phyllis Stensland, Mary Louise Steuber, Jacqueline Stirone, Sue Strain, Ann Swoboda, Elizabeth Tanner, Jeanne Van Loon, Inge Vogt, Gail Warden, Cynthia Warke, Nadine Warner, Elizabeth Wasmuth, Shelley Wheeler, Emily Whitney, Jane Williamson, Jan Wilson, Paula Wilson.

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WOMEN'SATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

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President .................................................................. J A N T BATH

Secretary ..........................................L

Vice-President .......................................... BARBARA BRISBW

T r e ~ u r e r........................................................ EVELYN KELLY

Corresponding Secretary .......................... NANCE SLAW

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HE W. A. A. Board consists of the presidents of all athletic clubs, recording secretary, corresponding secretary, treasurer, publicity manager, and a representative from the senior and freshman classes. The purpose of the W. A. A. Board is to promote an interest in recreational activities and a spirit of good sportsmanship throughout the college. The Board sponsors all intra-mural and inter-collegiate games including a hockey game with a Lafayette fraternity and the popular faculty and all-star games. The W. , A . A. makes class and individual awards in the spring, at the traditional W. A. A. awards chapel. Theleaders Corps is one of the most important clubs in the W. A. A. The Leaders assist the Physical Educational instructors within their regular classes, and are at times, given the to be in full charge of the classes. They officiate at intra-mural, inter-collegiate, and faculty games and act as hostesses to visiting teams.

Leaders Corps President ........... .................................................. OYCE SNYDER Vice-President ......................................... A Advisor ...........................

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Dance Workshop

Thete is one scheduled meeting a month for the entire workshop. During each month there Is a separate meeting for each group within the dub. a

OFFICERS President .................................................. B A R BWARREN Vice-president

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CATHERINE C A RT E R

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EMBERSHIP in the Aquatic Club is limited to fortyfive girls. They are chosen through tryouts at the beginning of the year by the student rating board. Each month the club holds rhythmic swimming classes in order that the girls may perfect their skills and poise. Splash parties, to which all C. J. C. girls are invited, and the intercollegiate and inter-class swimming meets are sponsored by the Aquatic Club. The Aqua Rhythms is the high spot of the club's activities, and every member helps organize the various acts, works on * waterproof props and colorful settings. The aquacade takes on a professional air as the girls go into their &os, duets, tandems, and even comedy swimming routines. The beauty of Aqua Rhythms is long remembered by all.

-\ OFFICERS President ........... ........ BOBBIE-ZENE ARNOLD

MARCIA DOWD

Vlce-Preszdent Secretary

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The Outing Club OFFICERS Manager ....................................................

............JO A N SALLEY

Secretary-Trearurer ............................................... LOIS DODD Advisor .............................................................. MISS W ALKER

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HE Outing Club is one of the most active clubs at Centenary. Every student is a member, and the trips and activities are planned and organized by the Outing Club Board.

The annual Penny Carnival in the fall, the Winter Carnival with its sculpture contest, ice skating, races in the snow, and the Buck Hill Falls weekend spent skiing, - ice skating, and tobogganning are a few of their activities. The members of the Outing Club Board are Yvonne Bucher, Eleanor Decker, Evelyn Gravatt, Margaret McPherson, and Mary-Jane Radcliffe. Every weekend you will find Outing Club members busy. The picnics, all day and overnight hikes, hay rides, roller skating parties, and informal dances all combine to make the club year a busy and exciting one.


Basketball First row-Mildred McCool, Joan Cramer, Barbara Bevans, Judy Klein, Nancy McCrady. Second row -Lois Weingartner, Janet Bath, Felicia Steiner, Eleanor Decker, Patricia Prettyman. Third row-~arbara ~ i N~~~~ ~ christina ~ ~ L , ~ Carroll Goedecke, Carolyn Heyman, Gretchen Friend, Susan Friend.

Hockey First row-Merion Hunt, ~ ~ ~ ~ ,Margaret Williams. Second row-Barbara Brisbin9 Joan Salley, Lavonne Evans, Joan Towey, Joan Williams. Third row-Tanet Bath. ludv Klein. Bev-

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First row-Mary Ann Bish, Barbara Bevans, Nancy McCrady, Jayne Beatty, Judy Klein. Second row-Janet Bath, Felicia Steiner, Eleanor Decker, Mildred McCool, Joan Towey. Third row-Patricia Melarkey, Nancy Christina Larson, Barbara Biggs, Carolyn Heyman, Carroll Goedecke, Gretchen Friend, Susan Friend.


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First row-Felicia Steiner, Nancy McCrady, Barbara Bevans, Judy Klein, Eleanor Decker. Second row-Patricia Melarkey, Janet Bath, Barbara Biggs, Carolyn Heyman, Joan Towey.


Index of Seniors Page Abbott. Nancy ..................................................................... 18 Agate. Constance .................................................................. 59 Appleyard. Jeanne Law ................................................... Arenberg. Jane ..................................................................... Arnold. Bobbie-Zene ................................................... 30 Arnold. Bronwen Ann ...................................................... 94 Astarita. Diane ..................................................................... 48 Atwood. Jane Alison ......................................................... 62 Atwood. Marlene .................................................................. 39 Bahto. Eleanor ........................................................................ 56 Bath. Janet Ann ............................... . . ................................ 22 Bearnarth. Essie Louise...................................................... 64 Beasley. Barbara Diane...................................................... 55 Beatty. Jayne Hood ............................................................... 62 Behn. Barbara Ann ............................................................. 99 Berger. Barbara Ann ......................................................... 86 Betts. Eve Robin ................................................................. 88 Bevans. Barbara ..................................................................... 27 Biggs. Barbara Dennison............................................... 5 1 Binns. Deborah Ann ............................................................ 100 Bish. Mary Ann .................................................................... 66 Blacher. Barbara Toni...................................................... 78 Blickley. Nancy ................................................................... 49 Bond. Janet Emerton ......................................................... 77 Boyle. Daphne Isabelle..................................................... 71 Bradley. Doreene Grace................................................. 21 Bright. Mary Elizabeth ..................................................... 68 . . B r ~ s b ~ nBarbara . Joan ....................................................... 30 Bucher. Yvonne Vollmer ............................................ 67 Burker. Lois Marie............................................................... 29 Busher. Joan Esther..................................................... 61 4

Carl. Joann .............................................................................. Case. Noreen Nancy............................................................ Cole. Elizabeth Anne......................................................... Corigliano. Letizia Aurora ............................................. Cramer. Joan Claire............................................................ Curtis4 Virginia Grace......................................................

64 69 42 32 95 84

Davis. Elizabeth Ann ......................................................... 84 Decker. Eleanor ..................................................................... 101 ~ o b l i n .Patricia Brent...................................................... 34 Dodd. Lois May..................................................................... 91 Dornau. Beverly 37 Ebling. Ruth Amelia ......................................................... Evans. Lavonne Boyd ........................................................ . . Patricia Ann...................................................... Fa~rch~ld.

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Finch. Geraldine .................................................................. Forster. Dorothy .................................................................. Frank. Stephanie Frese. Jeannette ..................................................................... Friend. Gretchen Stuart ................................ :.................. Friend. Susan Cabot............................................................ Fritzsche. Jean Mary...........................................................

Gale. Barbara Elisabeth ................................................... 36 Goedecke. Dorothy Carroll ....................................... 101 Gravatt. Evelyn Ann ............................................................ 92 Green. Carol Helena ........................................................... 61 Greiff. Barbara Marjorie................................................... 52 Griffith. Joyce Blanchard.......................................... 79 Gruhn. Barbara Allen ......................................................... 96 Hadad. Lenore Helen ......................................................... Hall. Elizabeth Corson...................................................... Hendershot. Bettejane ...................................................... . . Henrich. Prrscllla Jane...................................................... Heston. Carolyn Marie...................................................... Heyman. Carolyn Laura.............................................. r" Hollinger. Elizabeth Ann ................................................ Holmes. Barbara Ann Hope, Nancy Lou.................................................................. Hoppe, Doris Elizabeth................................................... Hunt, Merion Rosalie......................................................... Hutz, Helen Louise............................................................ Isseks. Joyce Diana

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Jameison. Charlotte Anne................................................ 102 Joffee. Roberta Lee............................................................... 54 Jones. Hannah Jane............................................................ , Kelley. Evelyn Florence ...................................................

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23 59 94 21 24 41 81

Larson. Nancy Caroline................................................... . . Larson. Nancy Chrlstlna................................................... Larson. Sara Catherine...................................................... Lau. Betty Joan ........................................................................ Leahy. Diana Jean...............................................................

53 25 103 75 55


Index of Seniors Page Leopold. Zelda ....................................................................... 56 Lewis. Marilyn .................................................................... 45 Lion. Gretchen Randle..................................................... 75 Little, Mary Cardwell........................................................ 35 Lowry, Elizabeth Dixon.................................................. 104 Loy, Dina Maria.................................................................... 82 Macfarlane. Joan .................................................................. 22 MacWhinney. Janet Mary............................................ 67 Malkin. Barbara Dean ...................................................... 107 Martin. Vivian Susan......................................................... 54 Matlack. Merilyn .................................................................. 103 McCool. Mildred Alta ..................................................... 93 McCrady. Nancy .................................................................. 25 McPherson. Margaret Cossitt....................................... 83 Melarkey. Patricia Ann .................................................... 26 Mertz. Marilyn Frances............................................... 51 Mets. Dorothy Ann ............................................................ 33 Meyer. Marilyn Flossie...................................................... 66 Miller. Joyce Elsa................................................................. 76 Minisi. Nancy Doris............................................................ 82 Mooney. Barbara Joan ...................................................... 98 Morrell. Sally G ...................................................................... 72 Muelhauser. Marlene Doris ..................................... 85 Munson. Ruth Elinor ......................................................... 79 Murphy. Paula Ellen........................................................... 87 Nelson. Joy Bartlett.............................................................. 108 Nigh. Kate Salisbury........................................................ 70 Norcross. Lois Manley...................................................... 70 Nye. Carolyn Irene ................................. ............................. 42 O'Neill, Janice Elaine..................................................... Osmundsen, Lucille Grace ...........................................

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Pellett, Linda Mary.............................................................. 72 Perry, Earlene Mae.......................................................... 106 Polley, Barbara Joan............................................................ 91 Porter, Margaret Alice...................................................... 95 Prettyman, Patricia Elizabeth.......................... ........... 32 Purdy, HelPh Lois................................................................. 36 Radcliffe, Mary-Jane ........................................................ Raith, Carol Diane .............................................................. Reed, Janet Louise............................................................... Roberts, Nancy Ellen ......................................................... Rosecrans, Rhonda Rittenhouse............................. Ryan, Mary Elizabeth ......................................................... Rypins, Frances Natalie............................................... Salley, Joan Carroll...............................................................

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Page Sample. Dorothy Anne................................................... Sanford. Justine Ulrika .................................................. Schack, Suzanne Jan Schain, Joan Isabelle Schmidt, Mary Louise........................................................ Shader, Elizabeth Shepardson. Polly ............................................................. Shoemaker, Ellen Wheelock ..................................... Simone, Jone .......................................................................... Skeele, Helen Louis Slaw, Nance Smith, Barbara Louise..................................................... Snyder, Dorothy Anne ..................................................... Snyder, Joyce Aline Solomon, Lita Joy.................................................................. Sonderburg, Joan Anne................................................... Soule, Harriet Florence ..................................................... Stearns, Margot P ................................................................ .. Stead, Patr~cla.......................................................................... Steiner, Felicia Stevens, Shirley Elizabeth ................................................ .. Sturm, Marianne E m h e................................................... Sustmann, Audrey Ruth.................................................

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Thomas. Ruth Royer............................................................ Towey. Joan Susan............................................................... Tmdeau. Linda Evans...................................................

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VanderMay. Marilyn Janet ............................................. 104 Van Siclen. Janet Heston ................................................ 57 von Broock. Barbara Flora ........................................... 40 Walrad. Ann Seymour...................................................... Wappler. Joan Chavannes .......................................... Waring. Susan Goodwin................................................ Warke. Cynthia .................................................................... Warren. Barbara Irene................................. ...................

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Williams. Margaret Pusey............................................ Wilson. Barbara Asbury................................................ Woche. Anne Irvin

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Patrons' Page Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Abbandonato Mr. and Mrs. Winston Abbott Mrs. Harold Adams Mr. and Mrs. Sanford S. Agate Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Altheimer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Amidon Mr. and Mrs. Charles W . Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Arenberg Mr. and Mrs. William I. Armend Dr. Jaell E. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Lester W . Atwood Mrs. Edna Royle Avera Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bagby Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ballard Mr. and Mrs. J. Chester Bath Mr. and Mrs. Earnest B. Bearnarth Dr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Berger Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Binns Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Bisbee Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blacher Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blessin 1Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bloecher Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Breen Mr. and Mrs. George H. Brons Mr. and Mrs. M. Luther Buchanan Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bucher Mr. and Mrs. William J. Buntele Mr. and Mrs. William J. Burker Mr. E. P. Burl Mr. and Mrs. George D. Busher Mr. and Mrs. William 0.Butler Commander and Mrs. Percival W. Buzby Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carkhuff Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Carl Mr. and Mrs. James H. Carmine Mr. and Mrs. George V. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Case Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Clucas Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corigliano Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cornell Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank Cramer Mrs. Murick Crane Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Curtiss MY. and Mrs. Elmer Dean Mr. and Mrs. 0.Edwin Decker Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dehls Mr. and Mrs. Daniel DeHuller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Di Giacomo Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Doblin Mr. and Mrs. H. Ellis Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Kurt T. Dornau Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Durand Mrs. Helen Eidschun Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Evans

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Dr. and Mrs. Irvine M. Flinn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Forman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Forster Mrs. Herbert I. Frank Dr. and Mrs. Edward W. Frese Mr. and Mrs. F. Stuart Friend Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Fritzsche Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W . Fulcher Dr. and Mrs. Albert Gaal Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Gale Mr. and Mrs. William F. Goedecke Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gooding Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Grabe Mr. and Mrs. George A. Graham Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Graham Mr. and Mrs. George F. Grandi Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Gravatt Mr. and Mrs. William Green Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Greiff Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gruhn Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Gwilliam Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hagney Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Harper Colonel and Mrs. John M. Hayward Mr. and Mrs. T . W. Hendershot Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Henrich Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Heston Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Heyman Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hoberman Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. David W. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hoppe Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Hungerford Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutton Mr. and Mrs. W . R. Hutz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isaacson Mr. and Mrs. Murray Isseks Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Jillson Mr. and Mrs. Sid Joffee Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Johns Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William 0.Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W . Kelly Mrs. Nathalie Kilkenny Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kindorf Mr. and Mrs. Julius Klein Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Klugman Reverend and Mrs. S. B. Knowlton Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Kocher Mr. and Mrs. Adam P. Kopf Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Kornbluth Mr. and Mrs. William Kratt Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kugler Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kulzer Mrs. Albert C. Larson Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Larson


Patrons' Page Mr. and Mrs. Henning Larson Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Leahy Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ford Lion Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Litch Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Lowry Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Field Lum Dr. and Mrs. Norman H. Macfarlane Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Macomber Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MacWhinney Mr. and Mrs. Allan MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. James A. Magill Mr. and Mrs. B. Magnusson Mrs. H. Malkin Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marin, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Markowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Marks Mr. and Mrs. William C. Martens, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John E. McCool Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCrady, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Byrd McDowell Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Melarkey Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Menz Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mertz Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Miller, Jr. Judge and Mrs. Anthony F. Minisi Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Morrell Mr. and Mrs. H. Muelhauser Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Mullet Mr. and Mrs. Iver S. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nestell Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Neumann Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis Norcross Mr. and Mrs. Victor P. Noyes Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oettler Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Osmundsen Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Polley Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Porter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Prettyman Mr. and Mrs. Willard G. Purdy Mr. and Mrs. William B. Quaintance ~r.:AndMrs. Russell M. Raith Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ramey Mr. and Mrs. Hibberd W. Roberts Mrs. Egbert Rosecrans Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford J. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Salley Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Schack Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Schain

Mr. and Mrs. Max Schiffman Mr. and Mrs. John H. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schuetz Mr. and Mrs. George W. Shader Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shepardson Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Edward Simone Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Skeele Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Slaw Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Preston Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snipper Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Snodgras Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Soule Mrs. John Stead Mrs. E. W. Stedman Mr. and Mrs. A. Stegmuller Mrs. Ethel Steiner Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stensland Mr. and Mrs. Nils Sterner Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Steuber Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Strain Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Strohm Mr. and Mrs. C. Sturm Mr. and Mrs. Felix C. Sustmann Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tamlyn Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Taylor Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tofte Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tomajan Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Turner Mr. and Mrs. James C . Tweedell Dr. and Mrs. Martin H. Urner Mr. and Mrs. James Chester Van Loon Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Van Siden Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Vinciguerra Dr. and Mrs. Curt G. Vogt Mr. and Mrs. Walter von Broock Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walrad Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Warden Mr. and Mrs. Ellis A. Waring Mr. Laurence M. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Warren Mrs. Evelyn Ann Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. William H. Whitehill Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Whiteman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Whitney Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. H. Albert Young Page one hundred fifiy-five


Compliments

THE CLASS OF 1951 AND

THE CLASS OF 1952

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W e wish to express our warm thanks for your friendship and patronage during the past year.

Lots of luck in the future.

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Here's to the Next 75! In the yellowed files of The Gazette is recorded, bit by bit, the history of Centenary in its first 75 years. Our wish now is that the next 75 years may be as fruitful for its students and the community. W e cherish the fine tradition of co-operation which has existed between town and college and hope that it may continue through the years ahead.

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A FRIEND HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

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GRAND UNION Compliments of MODERN FOOD MARKETS

KERR'S PHARMACY

featuring SELF-SERVICE

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SPEED SHOPPING

EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 135 MAIN STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

10272 the Grand Purdde to GRAND UNION

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ORIENTAL FABRICS DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Fabrics for the Woman Who Loves to Create ESTABLISHED 192 1

Importers ;t

323 FIFTH AVENUE Between 32nd and 33rd Streets MEN'S NECKWEAR ORIENTAL SILKS EMBROIDERIES INDIA PRINTS JAVA BATIKS KIMONOS

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NEW YORK 16, N. Y. Telephones Murray Hill 4-1247 - 1248 LAMPS JEWELRY BRONZES TEAKWOOD FURNITURE PORCELAINS


COFFIN & COFFIN Architects

HOOVER'S

125 EAST 46th STREET NEW YORK 17, N. Y.

Botany Yarns ~ e r v i n gCentenary Junior College Lingerie

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Hosiery

Millinery

H. ERROL COFFIN, B.S., A.I.A. KENNETH FORD COFFIN B.Arch., A.I.A.

162 MAIN STREET

ARTHUR R. SMITH, B.Arch.

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

Architects' Representa/ive

CHARLES G. ORT WILLIAMS & HIBLER Every Form of Insurance and Real Estate

245 MAIN STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

117-1 23 LIBERTY STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

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Compliments of

WHITEHOUSE CHEVROLET, Inc.

VILLAGE BAKERY 15 5 MAIN STREET

HACKETTSTOWN, N . J.

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

W e Buy Our

CENTENARY BLAZERS from

HACKETTSTOWN NURSERIES, Inc.

SYLVIA PUTZIGER 140 WEST 57th STREET NEW YORK 19, N. Y.

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

* All Kinds of Sea Food

THE DREIER COMPANY

NEWTON FISH MARKET 11 SPRING STREET NEWTON, N . J.

Free Delivery Phone Newt. 545-R

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Res. 348-W

Hotels, Restaurants Institutions Supplied

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BUDD LAKE ROAD

N e w Jersey's Oldest and Largest Athletic Outfitters Distributors of TRU PLAY AND RAWLINGS SPORTING GOODS

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.

C. J. C. Students and Faculty make

Compliments of

COOKE'S DEPT. STORE YOUR STORE

Hackettstown's Leading Store 3 FLOORS

W e cheerfully cash your check while making a purchase at Cooke's.

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J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY 5c

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10c

- 25c STORE


Compliments of

MILTON K. THORP

STEWART D. WILLIAMS

STATIONER

STEWART D. WILLIAMS & CO.

Eaton's Fine Stationery

168 MAIN STREET

139 MAIN STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N . J.

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

Phone 47-M

Compliments of

UNITED CLEANERS 178 MAIN STREET

ALLEN HARDWARE 163 MAIN STREET

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

M. C . REESE - P. P. REESE

Compliments of

HAULING

MacCLELLAN MOTORS

Sand - Gravel

- Stone

106 WATER STREET

212 E. MOORE STREET

HACKETTSTOWN, N . J.

HACKETTSTOWN, N . J.

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WILLIAM G. VEY & SONS

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

Compliments of

RUBY'S MARKET 220 MAIN STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N . J.

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Telephone 208

M. MORGAN & SON FLORIST WHOLESALE

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RETAIL

Cut Flowers and Potted Plants Member of Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association

GUESTS

205 WARREN STREET HACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

CHICAGO- LONG ISLAND CITY- PHILADELPHIA

DALLAS-ATLAIITA4lnSBURGH4ElROll-BOSTON

SMALE, THE TAILOR Dry Cleaning

Drink

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Altering

COCA-COLA PHONE 759M

HOMECREST

TRANSBRIDGE LINES, Inc.

LINEN SUPPLY CO. Chartered Coaches

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BROAD STREET WASHINGTON, N . J.

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STRAND THEATREHACKETTSTOWN, N. J.

ROEHRICH FLOWERS

The Best in Screen Entertainment

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Compliments of

A FRIEND

DERRIBAR Make

O N ROUTE 6

A N IDEAL GIFT

AT THE EDGE OF TOWN

STOTZ OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.

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HACKETTSTOWN DAIRY CO.

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o f you and your classmates upon your school life achieve immortality in a carefully planned and executed yearbook. From the arid desert o f Arizona, and the sultry green island o f Puerto Rico, t o the snow-blanketed slopes o f Northern N e w England, we have traveled, happy and proud t o have been an instrument in

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translating into print, the humor

pthos, excitement, and sentiment found i n the campus life o f over seventy-five colleges and preparatory schools. As former members o f yearbook staffs i n our school days, w e bring into our professional duties a real understending o f the many

problems

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