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THE 1960 HACK CENTENARY COLLEGE

FOR WOMEN

A Two-Year College Hackettstown, New Jersey

Published by the Senior Class, Volume 56

Editor

Sandra Clungeon

Literary Editor

Carolyn Luther

Art Editor

Elizabeth Nutt

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Business Manager

Adviser

Gladys Seemuller

Stefan George


FOREWORD

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication

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Faculty Seniors

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Officers 26, Phi Iota and roommates 28, club presidents and roommates 35, DuBois and roommates 41, Hammond and roommates 44, North and South and roommates 48, Brotherton and roommates 59, Lotte and roommates 70, Van Winkle and roommates 80, Academic Honors 90. Classroom Life

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Freshmen

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Officers 98. Organizations

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Alumni Association

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Advertisers

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Natatorium Sketch ..........................

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Index

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"WE ARE FAR FR,OMFINISHED" OW that Dr. Edward W. Seay,

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president, i s two years embarked on his second ten-year program, Hack notes his past achievements and presents his future ones.

President Seay has instituted and culminated innumerable progressive realities since he became president in 1948. He changed the face of the campus (building, buying, moving, renovating), he increased the student body from 328 to 540, he improved quality, quantity, and status of the faculty. In 1958 the college celebrated his tenth anniversary with a testimonial dinner, while the student body expressed felicitations with .a special edition of Spilled Ink. In the fall of 1959 the board of trustees to honor his contributions to the college--his dedication to its welfare-unanimously passed o resolution for the renaming of the main building to The Edward W. Seay Administration Building.

DR. EDWARD W. SEAY President

May the sun, which themes this yearbook, send its creative rays into the hearts of all Centenarians to aid President Seay in the accomplishment of his second-decade vision. This dream-including a fine arts building, a dormitory, and gymnasium-started this June with the new swimming pool that will also house a dance studio and additional faculty offices. In addition, he plans further to increase faculty-staff salaries and to enlarge the college endowment to at least $2,500,000. Hack wishes to express appreciation for his administrative accomplishments, his educational leadership, his gracious humanity, his manifold guidance which have enriched our lives and prepared us for the future.


MISS MARY E. FRYE

DEDICATION T was September 14, 1958, when we were first formally introduced. Your knowing smile eased our initial nervousness and ill-disguised confusion traditionally characteristic of college freshmen. Since that first meeting you have helped us to dispel much of our confusion and uncertainty. You have instilled in us a realization of the power and responsibility of the individual, and by your own example you have awakened us to tl clearer understanding of personal integrity and inspired us to renew the purpose of our own lives. In your own quiet, yet compelling way you have given us insight into our shortcomings as well as our attributes. Your most precious gift has been your faith in each one of us, not only as students but even more significantly as women. Your belief in us has made us believe in ourselves. You have given us a portion o f yourself and we are grateful, for it is that portion of life which illuminates the road ahead and enables us to reflect the best that we are.


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Faculty Residences


Faculty Residence

President's House


dean of the college, Studenf Court and Student Council co-adviser, Phi loto adviser.

B o a r d of T r u s t e e s

Fir* row-Dr. 0. C. Nelson, Charles k Van Winkle, secretary of the boardi Miss Beatrice F. Keller, Mrs. Sam H. Clotk, Joseph R. Ferry, and Dr. J. Edgar Washabough; president of the board. Second row--Carl W. Tidsman, comptmller of the colLege; Fred J. Brotherton, Charles S. Van Auksn, treasurer of the board; Richard C. Fowler, Dr. Edward W. Seay, president of the collegei William L. Swenron, the Rev. Henry J. McKinnon, and Wilbur M. Rush. Abrent from the picture-Hugh E. Barnes, Robert S. Curtirr, Dr. Ralph E. Davis, Miss Esther M. Hay, Dr. William L. Lancey, the Rev. Raland 1. Luerich. Bishop Frederick B. Newell, John M. Reeves, vice-president of the board.

MARY D. BIGELOW dean of residence, Student Court and Student Council ca-crdviser, Phi Iota adviser.


WILLIAM M. ORR dean

the chspel, religion, Guild adviser. .

DR. ERNEST R. DALTON assistant to the president, chairman of social science division, economics, political science, Sigma Epsilon Phi co-adviser.

ALEXANDRIA SPENCE assistant dean, chairman of practical and applied arts division, foods.

STEFAN GEORGE director of public relations, placement, Hack adviser, Spilled Ink co-adviser.


ALICE GORDON English.

DR. LEIGH M. LOT1

PHYLLIS M. FORBES

chairman o f humanities division, English.

history, Phi Theta Kappa and '61 class adviser.

DR. H. GRAHAM DUBOIS

R U M E. SCARBOROUGH

English, Book Club co-adviser.

librarian, Library Committee adviser.

DR. R. ELWOOD BACKENSTOSS French-German, Delta Sigma Sigma co-adviser.

MARTHA DUNBAR DR. WALTER E. GLAETTLl LOUISE JEWETT English.

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French Spanish, Cosmopoli tan Club adviser.

chairman o f natural science and mathematics division, chemistry, Camera Club adviser.


MARJORIE T. BINGHAM

BARBARA D. WELLES

MARGARET SCOTT

biology.

psychology.

voice.

W. NORMAN GRAYSON chairman of fine arts division, director of music, pianoorgan, Music Club adviser.

GEORGE GANSZ choral-instrumental music, Centenary Singers, Chapel Choir, Chorale, Pipers, and Eversharps adviser.

ALBERT PARSONS

GILBERTA HEASLIP

director of testing, psychology, Psychology Club adviser.

art, Art Club adviser.

LOIS BACKENSTOSS director of the nursery school, Delta Sigma Sigma co-adviser.

HOWARD T. KNAPP commercial art.


ROMA F. VERNON

JOHN G . FISHER

applied art.

theater arts, Delta Psi Omega adviser.

AGNES SHEEHAN secretarial studies.

ELLEN B. DALTON foods, Sigma Epsilon Phi coadviser.

ELIZABETH GREGORY clothing.

ELLEN CROWE

HELEN I. LOTT

speech.

secretarial studies.

RHETA GEORGE speech-English, Spilled ,, co-adviser.

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PRlNClE MAPHET secretarial studies.


ALICE EHERTS physical education, Leaders' Corps advie=*

EUGENE V. PRINCE

SANDOR NAGY

secretarial studies.

fencing.

JEAN MILLER

MARY E. FRYE

JUDSON BETTS

secretarial studies.

physical education, Riding Club and '60 class adviser.

director of admissions.

BETTE M. RHOADS

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chairman of ~ h.v s i c a educal tion division, physical education, Aquatic Club and Women's Athletic Association adviser.

JOHN L. HESSE LYNN M. MORLEY physical education, Dance Club adviser.

assistant director of admissions, Theta Epsilon Nu coadviser.


PAUL T. GARDNER bursar.

MABEL W. KELLY

LEWIS T. PARRISH

admissions counselor.

natural science, biology.

MARCY S. ANDERSON

HELEN MORGAN

PATRlClA L. PALMER

director of student activities, Presidents' Club and Student Activities Committee adviser.

executive assistant, office of administration.

sociology.

A N N FITZGERALD

ELIZABETH M. SHIMER

director of dormitories.

radio and television.

CARL

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comptroller.


NELLIE

RUTH B. KING assistant librarian and cataloguer.

DORCAS

night nurse.

TALMADGE C. WRIGHT manager of the bookstore.

EDITH CHEYNEY

EDWlN HUEY

resident nurse.

assistant, bursar's office.

IDA KU-GELMAN

CHARLES J. SHAW

KATHERINE DOUD

steward.

supervisor of the dining room.

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LIBRARY 110 M. Osmun, order librarian; Antoinette N. Pool, secretory; Gladys R. Cool, library assistant.

SECRETARIES Top row-Margaret Nunn, secretary, assistant to the president; Joan Sickel, secretary, office of admissions; Helen Sakolowski, secretary, office of alumni services; Lillian Gilmore, secretory, office of admissions; Jeon Palmer, college receptionist; Jane Ford, recorder and secretary, dean

of the college; Marguerite Sundheim, secretory, director of testing; Edwina Bortholomey, assistant, bursar's office. Bottom row-Helen Sedlar, assistont, bursar's office; Shirley Huey, secretary, dean of residence; Shirley Thamas, secretary, president of the college; Doris Fagon, secretary, director of public relations and placement.


H a s M a n y Rays

KITCHEN STAFF Top row-Adam Dobrowolski, Joseph Nohodil, John Brown, Lewis Hart, Hugh Muirhead. Third row-Hoyden Reese, Harry Besecker, John Zelnik, Albert Gasser, Jack Gardella, Clarence Ulmer, Joseph Lawson. Second row John Dutko, James McKiniry, Charles Orloski, Albert Stutr, Richard Cavanaugh, Roymond Shimley. Bottom row Nellie Cook, Myrtle Ruth. Not pictured-Eda Williams, John Fessler.

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HOUSEMAIDS Top row-Mary Dehann, Victoria Grogan, Teresa Dannef, Stella Chowanski, Helen Stapler. Bottom row Stella Kowalick, Elizabeth Rush, Helen Parks, Lillian Hart. Not pictured-Elizabeth Grover.

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BOILER R O O M STAFF John Hann, A. R. Skinner, Robert Alexander, Clarence Perrine, Wendell Dannef.


Brotherton Hall

Hammond Hall

Lotte Hall


Van Winkle Hall

Campus

DuBois Hall


Class M o t t o "She conquers who conquers herself."

Class Colors BLACK AND WHITE

Verna Lea Payer President

Arden Davis Vice-President

Class Hymn God of our fathers, whose almighty hand LeadZIforth in beauty all the starry band O f shining worlds in splendor through the skies, Our grateful songs before thy throne arise. "God of our Fathers" Gail Coates Secretary


Class Song Now let us unfold to you

Unfurl now the black and white,

Our hearts with colors true.

Symbols of search for right.

Proudly we sing as one.

Forever we follow you.

Love, pure honor, and faith-these three

Guide us, protect us through unity,

With lasting friendship as goals have we.

Bind us together with loyalty.

Wisdom shall lead us in courage and truth

May friendship last for the rest of our days

To the ideals we strive for, now in our youth.

As proudly we sing-and forever we praise.

Barbara Anderson Treasurer :/ Mary Frye

Adviser


Ann Lynne Meredith

Gail Ada Stadler

Phi lota 2, President: Orjentation Commit)ee 2; Guild 1, 2, President 2; Presidents' Club 2; Cosmopof~tan Club 1, Vice-President; Hack 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Student Court 2, President; Phi lota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Guild 1, 2; Orientation Commiflee 2; Presidents' Club 2; Music Club 1; Student Council 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Lynne . . . Dependable . . . Vivacious and spon:aneous . . . Loves those Westerns . . . "I can't find it anywherel" . . . Tactful and poised . . . Loves literature and London . . . "Yes, I really am going to live in

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Polly Stuart Eggleston

Karin von Rieck-Eggebert Whaley

Phi lofa 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, President 2; Guild 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Preriden:~' Club 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Music Club 1; 0rienta:ion Committee 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

O r i e n t d o n Committee 2~Riding Club 1, 2) Library Cemmithr 1, 2, Secretary-Tt.qrvrsr 2, Shrdent Counoil I , 2, Dormhory Prerfdenr I, 21 D.Sfrr STgma Sigmn.

Pol Bubbly and talkat:ve Loyal friend Keepo those needles clicking Diligent Snappy dresser Gung-ho . . Early American Westward-ho! . "Tee heel you fool!"

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Sara Anne Leon

Heather Lynne Bernard

Student Court 2; Phi lota 1, 2; Phi Thefa Kappa I, 2; Orientation Committee 2; Chapel Choir 1 8 Centenary Singers I, Assistant Librarian; Guild 1; Presidents' Club 2; Dormitory President 1; Student Council 1, 2; President 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi lota 28 Orienhltfon Commithe fr Presidents' C h b I , 2&P U ~ Activities I, 2 President 4 P ~ h o l e g yClub 28 C l w s PreHdenf l i Shfdmt Coundl 1, 2) Thsta Epsilon Nu.

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Sal Adaptive ways and delightful charm The epitome of organization Musically inclined Proud she's an aunt Loves to have a good time , "Bless your heart!" . . High goals ahead accompanied by enthusiasm.

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Feather, , Such enthusiasm! , versatie Thoughtful on all occasions Conscientious worker Likes Huve lag, will tmvel sports-especially skiing , What is this about the plant? , Very capable freshman class president.

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Linda Lenore Berlinger

Barrie Hamilton Allison

Dance Club 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Music Club 2; Hockey 1, 2; Tennis 1; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Spilled Ink 2, Sports Editor; Student Activities 1, 2; W A A 1, 2; Leaders' Corps 2; Psychology Club 2; Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Softball I; Tennis 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu, Rushing Chairman 2.

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Linda B Loves to get up in the morning Understanding "Can't wait until this week end!" . Excellent hockey player Loves sports-especially Penn football games . Blushes easily Tall, blonde hair, beautiful blue eyes.

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Ann Karpeles Dothard

Sandra Christie Clungeon

Phi lofa 2, Sec-etary-Treasurer; Orientation Committee 2; Guild 1 , 2; P:.esidents' Club 2; W A A 2, President; Leaders' Corps 2; Class Secretary 1 ; Music Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Hack 2, Editor; Phi Iota 2; Orientation Committee 2; Phi Thefa Kappa 2; Presidents' Club 2; Music Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Ann

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Guild 1 , 2, Board 2; Student Activities 1, 2; Music Club 2; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Eileen Enthusiam personified Late-night philosopher Diok's unbeatable rushing chairman Loyal friend A natural mermaid Addicted to modern art Smiling fireworks Madison Avenue versus River Hideaway?

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Susan May Hewitt

Gail Marie Christiansen

Spilled Ink 2, Editor; Phi Iota 2; Orientation Committee 2; Chapel Choir I ; Centenary Singers I ; Guild 1, 2; Presidents' Club 2; Psychology Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Student Court I , 2; Phi Iota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Guild 1, 2; Presidents' Club 2, President; Psychology Club 1 ; Library Commiftee I , 2, President 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Joan Ward Reynolds

Geraldine Alice Mace

Spilled Ink 2, Librarian; Guild 1, 2, Board 1, Vice-President 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Music Club 1; Psychology Club 2; Theta Fpsikn Nu.

Orientotion Committee 2; Guild 1, 2; W A A 2, Publicity Chairman; Leaders' Corps 2; Music Club 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Swimming t-am 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

. . . Pixie face . . . Good natured . . . Peter Gunn fan . . . Avid letter writer . . . Loves dixieland . . . Always sweet and sincere . . . What i s your motto

Gerry . Outgoing and friendly . Those week ends Loves lavender . a t University of Delaware "Fiddlesticks" . . Swimming . Contemporary cards Dick and Diok . Listens to problems Takes life in her stride.

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Nancy Alan Aufhammer

Phi l a b b wantetion Comrni@)so 2, Ch-of Choir T i Centenary Slngert I'+ PrsbCd~~tr' Ckb 2, WAA I, Rsmrbing Secrefury, Aquatlc d u b 1, 4 Hockay 1, 4 Bmk*tball 1, 4 Swimmin$ 2; Class hesfdent & ! SWd~ntCouncll 23 Thetcr Eprifen Nu. Cauneil 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi Iota 2; Student Council I; Orientation Committee 2; Guild I; Presidents' Club 2; Student Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Hockey 1; Tennis 1; Theta Epsilon Nu, President 2.

. . . A Ldrigh resident . . . Tall, stafely, poimd , . . Spontaneous laugh . . . Our efffcient prrsidank . . . "Would you please close the claset duor?". . . Last minute dush to breakfast . . . Qlrhe a linguist . . . A Birdie

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Margaret Ellen Davis

Veronica Anne Dragna

Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2, President 2; Pipers 2; Guild I; Presidents' Club 2; Softball 7; Student Council I; Dormitory President 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi Iota 2; Orientation Committee 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Pipers 2; Evershurps 2; Presidents' Club 2; Student Ac)ivities I; Delta Sigma Sigma, President 2.

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Ronni Quiet, but bubbling personality Sincere . . Many friends "Let's get organized!" Loves Never too busy to listen "Think red and white I should go to class?" . . . Goal-find a cure for cancer.

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Helen Bradley Foster

Jacquelyn Alexa West

Phi Iota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Orientation Committee 2; Presidents' Club 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Book Club 2; Aquatic Club 1; Art Club 1; Vice-President; Sigma Epsilon Phi, President 2.

Sp;llsd Ink 5, Featvre Edifor; CosmopoSiton Club I, 2, Vice-President 21 Murlr Cluh 1, S m f a : y r Psychatoqy Club 1; Swimming I r Delta Psi Omega 2; D r l f a Sigma Sigmm.

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Jackie , Find"$ middle-aged men mentally- stimulating "Look, I'm a bird" , Boho Desk covered with crystals and framistors , , Mania for eating dining room compclnSon'r leftovers Nonaanformist parsonifled Proud pmessor of a pilo+'r license.

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Student Activities I; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink 1; Art Club 1; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Nicky Our import from the West The seventh . Wonderful co-chairman for Diok rushing dwarf An eternal, bouncy bubble Slow at German studies, but fast at becoming a true and sincere friend.

Annabelle Subtle humor . The rebel A passion for incongruity . Impulsive Once had a Mischievous one moment, understanding goldfish An artist at heart A great capacity the next for fun.

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Barbara Jeanne Batchie

Miriam Jean Kressler

Student Court 2, Vice-President; Phi lota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Orientation Committee 2, Co-Chairman; Chapel Choir I ; Centenary Singers I , 2; Pipers 2; Student Activities I ; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Student Council I ; Hall President 1 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi lota 2; Orientation Committee 2, Co-Chairman; Student Activities 1, 2; Hall President 1; Student Council 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Music Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Barb . . A sunny smile and a friendly "Hi" have Musically talented gathered a wealth of friends Love for people . Pleasing personality . Understanding Laurel princess.

Miriam Conscientious worker . Personality plus . Sincere and understanding . Vivacious . "That's the funniest thing I've ever heard" Take a Capable leader Dependable Perfect nap roomie.

Sally Elizabeth Betts

Carol Rae Nigrosh

Student Activities 1; Psychology Club 2; Tennis 1, 21 Volleyball 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Orientation Committee 2; Student Activities 1, 2; Riding C:uh 1; Hall President 2 ) Student Council 2; S i g a a Epsilon Phi.

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Joanne Carey Smith

Margaret Joyce Scott

Chopal Choir 1, 2, President 2; Pipers 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Eversha.-ps 2; P:esidentsn Club 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Hack 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Pipers 2; Presidents' Club 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1 , 2, Presidenf 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Gail Christine Coates

Stella Yates Brewster

Chapel Choir 1, 2, Assistant Librarian 11 Centenary Singers 1 , 21 Piper; 2; Cosmopolitan Club I; Class Secretary 2; Hack 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi Theta Kappa 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singors 1 , 2, VicePresident 2; Pipers 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Swimming I; Hock 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Gailze

Stel Dreaming of Alaska? Big, brown eyes Conscientious Reliable Did and lashes! . you say French, Spanish, and Italian? 6:30 a.m.

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Anna Klinger Whitacre Guild J, 2; Presidents' Club 2; Aquatic Club 2; Book Club 1, 2, President 2; Library Committee 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Guild I; Student Activities I; Cosmopolitan Club I; Hockey Volleyball 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Judith Lawrence

Mary Josephine Brandt

Presidents' Club 21 Dance Club 2; Art Club 1 , 2, President 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, Vice-heridenf 2! Chapef Choir I I Confanary Singers 7; Presidents' Club 1, 2; Music Club 1. 2, President PI Book Club 1 , 2 , Riding Club 1 , 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Judy . . . Lore for the unique . . ."Another poster!" . . . Truth and beauty personified . . . Perfect diction . . . Finely developed cultural backgrrrund . . . Womanly awareness . . . Anything for a friend . . . "The dance is so expressive" . . . Joie de vivrel

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Dorothy Ina Kramer

Roberta Gay Wolk

Psychology Club 1 , 2; Riding Club 1 , 2; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spil!ed Ink 1, 2, Advertising Manager 2 ; Book Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigmo.

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Dotti . Petite and trim . . Mind of a genius . . Perceptive The underReliable and sensible . standing negotiator "You want a date?" . . "I'll call back later" . . Week-end traveler wi;h the unbroken record . Talented . . Individualist Wild : guitar.

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Anita Louise Srniley

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Smiles Finds people challenging Thoughtful Well-marked calendar Good conversationalis: Forever saccharin and the at every sport she tries Roy, her love; Dirk, her life white falcon1 "Everything happens for the bestl"

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Ellen Jane Kaufmann

Judith Ann Clark

Spilled Ink 2) Student Aclivities 1 , 2; Psychology Club 1, 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Aquatic Club 1, 2 ; Riding Club 1, 2; Chorale 1, 2; Swimming 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Ellen . So nice to talk to Outgoing Diets with desserts . Knows all about the Philippines Helpful to everyone who asks her advice Top waitrps Sense of humor plus.

Clarkie Always ready to lend a helping hand A sailing enthusiast . . Equestrienne High hopes for a nursing career EfFiciency plus So very Lose something? "I just can't find it!" thoughtful

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Nancy Brooks Fowler

Anne Belcher Swicegood P:esidentsq Club 2; DeNa Psi O m e g a 1, 2, President Epsilon Nu.

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Diana Stanley Brown

Jean Alastair Nordstrom

Della Psi Omega 1 , 2; Theta Epsilon N u .

Guild 1 , 2; Psychology Club 2; Book Club 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Dedie Monograms and shetlands "Of course . Well, maybe not our family's!" it's the family plaid1 . Fun loving Backstage story "A new 0. Henry?" . ."Me play flower drum?" Like Eng-

Sandy Sweetness and sincerity "Oh, you just Combination of honor and undercan't imagine" standing . Sending letters to that paradise island Long, blond tresses Optimistic Medical secretary.

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Betty .Elise Nilssen

Sandra Lee Smoll Presidents' Club 2; Student Activities 2; W A A 2; leaders' Corps 1, 2, President 2; Hockey 2; Basketball I; V o l l e y b d l I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Betty Bubbling personality Loves to meet new people Good friend and genuine person Early "Swimming, anyone?" to bed, early to rise "Roomie, can I eat this?"

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Kay Louise Thornton

Marilyn Emily Koelln Spilled Ink I; Student Activities 1 , 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Kay . . . Strawberry blonde . . . Philadelphia accent . . . Conscientious worker . . . Unusual eyes . . . Sense of humor . . . Considerate . . . Honest and dependable . . . At home with music and stenography.


Barbara Diane Margulus

Carol Wyder Gaede

Studen) Activities I; W A A 2; Cormopotikn Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2~Cheerleaders 1, 2; Riding Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink I; Orientation Committee 2; Hall President 1, 2; Studmnf Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Barbie Conscientious &nd thoughfful , Extremely That St. Louis accent Been talking to outgoing anyone in your sleep lately? "How 'bout that!" "Now listen a minute!" Elementary education.

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Gates . . . "That's close" . . . Subtle . . . Understanding . . . Amiable . . . Knitting socks . . . Mind of her own . . . Always ready for fun.

Lois Lund Voorhees

Ina Louise Bardwell Cosmopolitan Club 1; Music Club I; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sigmo Epsilon Phi.

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Cynthia Steward Maxcy

Susan Walker Stevens

Spilled Ink I; Guild I; Dance Club 1, 2; Theta Epsilon N u .

Orientation Committee 2; Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology Club I; Volleyball 1; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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. . . Good . . . That peculiar ... . . Laboratory technician . . . "Too much" . . . Older men . . . Swimming . . . Skiing. :/ Sue Cade

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Susanne Cady Spilled Ink

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Susie Sparkling blue eyes Mischievous Sews beautifully Those summer sports at Quonoc Loves kids A friend Hontaug . "It's unreal" to all.

Sincere

natured and a good sense of humor laugh A summer in Europe .

Music Club 1; Psychology Club I; Riding Club 1; Aquatic Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Jeanne

. . . "We're having brownies tonight" . . . Sweet

. . . Personality plus . . . Full of fun . . . Loves summer sports

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school.


Carol Janice Nicol

Helen Jean Atwater

Spilled Ink I; Cosmopolifan Club I; Art Club I; Psychology CJub 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Phi Thsta Kappa 2; Chapel Choir I; Centenary Singers I; Class Treasurer 1; Student Council 2, Treasurer; Thefa Epsilon Nu.

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Virginia Flory Black

Spilled Ink 1; Student Activities I;Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink I; Student Activities I; Leaders' Corp 2; Cosrnopolifan Club 1; Hockey 2; Badminton 1; Student Council 1; Dormitory President 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

. . . Amiable . . . Serious side under the fun . . . "Yeah, O.K., now let's" . . . Must have something settled . . . Sincere . . . Animals . . . jazz. R.B.

Jeanie . . . A ray of sunshine . . . Happy . . . Sincere . . . Kind . . . Dependable . . . "Oh, no!" . . . Flair for music . . . Bowling . . . Carloads of energy.

Ginny . . . "Oh, . . . With a glint

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Carol White Rushforth

Marilyn LaVey Moore

Chop.1 Choir It Cenknrrry Singers Ir GuiJd 1, 2; Studenf Adivities 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Student Activities I; Music Club 2; Orientation Committee 2; Student Council 2; Holl President 2; Spilled Ink 1; Guild 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Card Friendly . Helpful Talkative Conscientious "Thai's life in the big city" Working What's the b i g attraction at Wesleyan.

LaVey A contagious sparkle of enthusiasm . Complete extrovert . Plays the bongo drums with ease A double for the famous Kim Phone, LaVey!

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Susan Eleanor Nenetz

Gail Elaine Bryfogle

Chapel Choir 11 Centenary Singars 1; Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology Club 1, 2; Student Council I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Guild 11 Music Club 2, Riding Club I; Hockey I, Coptaini Thelo Epsilon Nu.

Sue of fun

Snooks Sleepy-time gal Loves to laugh That special Phi Delt Seriousness of purpose Dimples Bubbling personality Understanding "Oh, quit it."

. . . Quiet . . . Sincere . . . Hard worker . . . Full . . . "C'esf la vie" . . . Knitting . . . Sweet . . . Dependable.

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Elsa Ruth Boepple

Lynn Frances Bishop

Music Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Riding Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Student Activities 1; Dance Club 1 , 2; Lacrosse 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

. . . Sincere . . . Reasonable . . . Quiet unless . . . Joyous . . . Screams at mealtime . . .

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Neetie Outgoing, friendly, and fickle Loves "lsn!t that cute" .. water skiing in Nantucket

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Linda Jane Broyhill

Anita Emily Ozias

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Considerate and understanding Sparkling eyes and a beautiful smile.

Student Activities 1; Music Club 2; Camera Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Sally Virginia Truax

Cynthia Blanche Richter

Guild 1; Cosmopolitan Club I t Student Activities 1; Student Council 2; Orientation Committee 2; H d l Presidenf 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Guild 1 , Student Activities I; Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Vice-president 2, Cosmopolitan Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Trux Sincere concern for others Petite and neat Lives for the week ends "Yum, thal "I can't handle it at all" cheese cake at Lindy's"

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Beaver

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got to wash my hair."

Dorothy Helen Bisacca

Ruthann Huffman

Psychology Club 2; Student Activities 1; Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Secratary-Treasurer 2, Business Monoger 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Guild 1; Student Activities 1; Music Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

. . . Sincere and tactful . . . Oh, that summer . . . Full of fun . . . A friend to all . . . "Hey, you .kids" . . . In love with life.

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Barbara Ann Stone Student Activities 1; Theta Epsilon N u .

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Hack 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Librcrry Committee 1; Spilled Ink Student Activities 1; Theta Epsilon N u .

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Susan Parmly Spencer

Dance Club 2; Student Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Theta Epsilon N u .

Student Activities 1; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon N u .

. . . Considerate . . . Friendly . . . Reliable . . . . Smiling and sweet . . . Light and petite . . . Happy and good natured . . . Oh, pony tail, oh

Peewee . . Quiet

pony tail, w b ~ r eart thou, pony tail?

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"That's the way the ball bounces."


Suzanne Louise Wyatt

Brenda Lynne Bailey

Spilled Ink 2; Orientafion Cornmiwee 2; Delta Psi Omega 1 , 2; Student Council 2 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

S p i l k d Ink 1, 2, Circulafion Manager 2, Studant Adivlicr I8 Psychology Clvb I , 2; Art Club 2) ~ u s i ed u b 24 Sigma Epribn Phi.

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Suzie . Striking blonde Sweet and sincere . Dreaming of California Ambitious attitude Considerate Acting . . Art and music . Modeling . . "Oh, my gosh!" Hollywood or bust!

Bren Bouncing bundle of energy Mfschievous eyes Spontaneaue laughter Living it up Sympathetic understanding Enduring friend . , Dancing Music Sports , "Just precious" "That bugs me" . Secretary.

Jean Ann Ball

Judith Ann Waters

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Barbara Janet Pickard

Betty Jeanne Mirkin

Cormopoliian Club 1; C a m ~ r a Club 2, Psychology Club Y o l k y b a l l 1; Thefa Epsilon Nu.

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Mirk Dancing feet Full of fun Amiable vibrant Conscientious 'round the campus" That dark hair this algebra."

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Nancy Jane Lau

Beverly Sarah March

Spilled Ink 1; Chapel Choir I; Centenary Singers 1 ; Cosmopolitan Club I; Music Club 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Theta Epsilon N u .

Guild 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Hack 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Sally Ann Ricker

Mary Bowman Haines

Guild 1; Student Activities 1, 2; Riding Club 1; Tennis Team Club 1; Book Club 2; Theto Epsilon N u .

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Orientation Committee 2; Guild I; Delta Psi O m e g o 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Music Club 1; Delto Sigma Sigma. .

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Constance Vivian Abell

Gail Eby

Orientation Committee 2; Guild 1, 2; Student Activities 1 , 2; Library Committee 2; Book Club 2; Theto Epsilon Nu.

Orientation Committee 2; Student Activities 1, 2; W A A 2, Treasurer; Leaders' Corps 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Hockey 1 , 2; Basketball 1; Softball I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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. . . Sports . . . Close friend . . . "This darn knee ... ... ... .. .. .. Gail

brace" Seen streaking down the hockey field . . . Figuring out shorthand Known for her wise advice Naturally wavy hair . Quiet . Sensible .

S'~ncere.


Kristin Ann Jaffe

Constance Mae Gelpke

Student Activities I ; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Orientation Committee 2 ; W A A 2, Secretary-Treasurer; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Leaders' Corps 2 ; Varsity Hockey 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Krisabelle . . . Vivacious personality . . . Lifelong friend . . . Dartmouth . . . Sailing . . . Tennis . . . Loves animals . . . "Big Secret" . . . Long, brown hair . . . Mysterious eyes . . . "He's so cute" . . . Secretarial work and

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marriage.

Christine Ellen Vogel

Mary Luikens Metcalf

Hock 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Camera Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Hack I ; Spilled Ink 1; Orientation Committee 2; Cosmopolitan Club I ; Psychology Club I ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Chrisabelle . . . Enthusiastic . . . Helpful and sincere . . . Hard worker . . . Art . . . Fashion merchandising . . . Water skiing . . . Kentucky or Germany . . . Famous walk . . . Curly, red hair . . . Passion for steno . . . Beautiful figure . . . qplimal lover . . . "C'est la futz!"

Mary.

. . Smart dresser . . . "Lots of luck" . . . Medical . . . Quiet . . . Sincere . . . Efficient . . . Big, . . Variety of interests . . . "Checked the

secretary brown eyes

mail yet?"


Judith Ann Weber

Harriet Ann Kaufmann

Guild 1 , 2; Psychology Club 1 , 2; Studenf Council 2 ; Theta Epsilon N u .

Art Club 1 , 2; Delfa Sigma Sigma.

. . . Auburn hair . . . . . Neat as a pin . . . . . . Loves all music . . .

Web . . . Sweet and considerate Green eyes . King's College . Tennis, knitting, and swimming

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Harriet . Gentle, understanding . . Neat . . Accomplished artist . Enjoys listening to all music except

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progressive jazz "Oh, Heavens!" ,

art career.

Mary Lynne Thomas

Carol Rudnick Guild 1 , 2; Arf Club 1 , 2; Chorale 1 , 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Guild 1 , 2 ; Psychology Club 1 , 2 ; Delfa Sigma Sigma.

Lynnie

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Judith Ann Johnston

Carol Ann Van Ness

Orienicrhbn Committee 21 Chapel Choir 1 , 2, Centenary Singer* 1, 2; Pipws 21 Sfwdmt Activities I; Cormopolitan Clyb I, PeJta Sigma lnteliectual~~~~~~i~~ sigma.

Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Aldrich Talentsd "How mony days to my week Endless telephone calls Quiet Sincere end" Ladylike M ~ d e f ndancing Tap Boating Organ Se~etarialpwrsuits , Will continue studying organ and business at University of

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Helen Aldrich Shoup D a m Club 1 ,

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Carol Ready ko help Lovable hall senior , Willing to please Outgoing Cheerful and "Oh, well, 1 don't care" Good natured friendly What, me worry?

Spill*d

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Judy.. Good ncftured "iCeQ fw Philly, myone?" W T M s r horns AI-ys smiling Understemding , , , Lqal frS9md1, b p p y arfd helhful Herd worker E~syre h w .

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Carolyn Marie Hurley

Phyllis June Springman

Guild 1, 2, Chapel Chairman 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink 2, Associate Editor; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Student Activities 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Phyl . Well liked and trustworthy . ance . Happy with life Cooking Psychology Sensible Vivacious

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Dolores Louise Pieper

Jane Adams Ross

Spilled Ink 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2, Vice-President 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 21 Eversharps 1, 2; Guild 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Student Council 2; Delia Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink 2; Guild 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Laurie . Always a laugh up her sleeve . . "Heh, kiddo" . . Artistic . . Loves people Mischievous . Never unoccupied . Soft, shiny hair Vibrant . An angel's voice Good listener "Have smile 2 you seen?"

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Sally Ann Roe

Lucy Ann Haskins

Chopel Choir 1 , 2; Centenary Singers 1 , 2; Guild I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Delta Psi Omega 2; Music Club 1 , 2; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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any-

one have any lunch she doesn't want?"

Beverly Anne Turner

Susan Dunning Andrews

Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Guild 2; Delia Sigma Sigma.

Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Guild 1; Student Acfirities 1, 2, Board 21 Librmy Committee 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2; Psychology club 2; ~ o club ~ k 2; Riding club 1 , 2; Swimming . 1, . 2; Sigma ~ i z i l o nphi.

Bev . . . sleep much? . . . Funny and fun . . . Friendly . . . Likes horses . . . "This i s ridiculous!" . . . Thoughtful and considerate . . . Always a cheerful smile . . . "Get with it!"

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Elizabeth Ann Rice

Gulld 1, 2; Student Acfivitisr 1, 2; Psychology Club 2~ Theb EpriJon Nu, Chaplain 2.

Guild 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1 , 2; Aquatic Club 1 , 2; Sigmo Epsilon Phi.

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Ann Loves a good joke . Beautiful smile Sincere Week-end pers for Lehigh White cap Operator of that red boat Swimand dentistry ming Ice skating . . Water skiing . "What Marriage. happenedl"

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Elizabeth Esty Seamans

Guild 1, %J Studenf Avlivlties I, 21 Aquatic Club 1 , 21 Psfahology CIub 2~ Sigmcr Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink 2; Guild 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2, Secretary 1; Softball 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Weaser . . . Neat and cute . . . Thoughtfulness plus . . . Considerate . . . Height of organization . . . Bubbling personality . . . European trip . , . Swimming . . . "Listen to this" . . . Future elementary school teacher.

. . . Greatest roommate . . . Full of pep . . . . . . Stories of hospital work . . . Skiing . . . . . . Volkswagen . . . Curly, brown hair and . . . "Hello, baby!" . . . Nursing and traveling.

Betsy Sincere Sailing freckles


Nancy Elizabeth Glenn

Barbara Margaret Bodor

Guild I; Student Activities 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; S i g m a Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink I; Guild I; Student Advities I; Volleyball I; Della S i g m a Sigma.

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Marilyn Anderson

Student Activities 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink I ; Guild I; Leaders' Corps 7, 2; Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Marguerite Kay Rowe Hack 1; S p illed Ink 1; Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Margaret Jane Ellis

Susan Patricia Pettit

Hock 1; Spilled Ink 1 ; Chapel Choir 1; Centenary Singers 1; Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology CIub 2; Book Club 1; Sigmo Epsilon Phi.

Student Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club I, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Barbara Ruth Zimmerman Orientation Commiifee 2 , Dormitory President 2 ; Guild 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1 , 2; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

. . . Fun-loving pixie face . . . Dependable . . . Gum, gum, gum . . . "Hey, you kids!" . . . Dar-rling . . . Beta fan . . . Considerate . . . Very friendly . . . Lots of fun . . . Hard worker . . . Loves bridge. Bonnie

Mary Jane Copeland Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Midge Quiet, but sweet . . Connoisseur of art . "Early to bed, early to rise"

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Judith Ellen Tjaden

Barbara Ruth Brock

Orientation Committee 2; Hall President 2; Dance Club 1; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Student Activities 1, 2; Music Club 1; Psychology Club 2; De:ta Sigma Sigma.

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Karen Madell Wilbur

Janis Koss

Guild 1 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink 1, 2; Chapel Choir 2, Librarian; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Pipers 1, 2; Eversharps 1, 2; Riding Club 1, 2, Secretury 1 ; Delta Sigma Sigma.

. . . Warmth . . . Winning smile . . Sarcastic wit . . . "0. Henry's favoritel" . . . "Anyone seen my brown-plaid skirt?" . . . Never too busy to lend an ear . . . "Make me get up-no matter what!" . . . Generosity plus . . . "I'm impressed!" Karen

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Julie Cheshire

Spilled Ink 1; Riding Club I ; Softball I ; Hack 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Hack 2; Spilled Ink 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1 , 2; Camera Club 2; Cheerleaders 1, Head Cheerleader; Sigma Epsilon Phi, Secretary 2.

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Jane Phillips Thomas

Chapel Choir 1, 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Pipers 2; Singers' Board 2: Theta E ~ s i l o nNu.

Spilled Ink 1, 2; Delta Psi Omegcr 1, 2; Cosmopolifan Club 1; Psychology Club I; Student Council 1; Hall President I; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Hergie Petite Sincere Thoughtful "Let's not go to breakfast" Oh, that red Triumph Always harmonizing R.U. Rah! Rah! Future airline hostess.

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Judy . . . Full of life . . . Ready to listen and help . . . vivaciouspersonality . . u~eally. . olsnVtthat calypso greatw . .~ l as good ~ as~ ~~k~~~ ~ . . .t Likes bridge and tennis . . . Secretarial future.


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Joyce Elaine Murdock Guild

Ruth Hemminger

1, 2; Student Activities I; Cosmopolitan Club I; Cheerleaders 2; Basketball I; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Joy . . . Exceptional interest in others . . . Quiet, shy . . . Blushes easily . . . Interested in languages, history, and international relations . . . That envied natural wave . . . Likeable and thoughtful . . . Yo, ho . . . Scrounge . . . "Meals? O f course I never go."

Hack

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Laura Marjorie Megargee Music Club

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Carol Louise Fausel Cosmopolitan Club 2; Art Club 1 , 2, Treasurer 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Margaret Louise Stirling

Spilled Ink I ; Chapel Choir 1 , 2; Centenary Singers 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Hockoy 1 , 2; Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1 , 2; Softball 1; Delta Sigma Sigma, Treasurer 2.

Student Activities 1; Cosmop~litan Club I; Aquatic Club I; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Mary Ellen . Athlete superb . Understanding and thoughtful Early to bed, early to rise How Mary Ellen?:,. "Forget it"

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Sandra Deane Veldran

Nan'cy Lee Casebolt

Student Court 2; Phi Theta K a p p a 1, 2; Delta Psi O m e g a 1, 2; Volleyball 1; Delta S i g m a Sigma.

Guild 1, 2; Student Activities 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Chorale 1, 2; S i g m a Epsilon Phi.

Sandy ing eyes the shore

Nance

. . . Unselfish and dependable . . . Those laugh. . . What dimples! . . . Oh, that summer at . . . "How obnoxious!" . . . "It's about the

. . . "Don't forget that week-end p~rmission" . . . A whiz at sewing . . . What luck! . . . Baby food and graham crackers . . . Those roommate-styled haircuts

way."

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Sherin Baumann Rinehart

Anita Madeleine Lipp

Orientation Commiftee 2; Student Activities I; Delta Psi O m e g a 1, 2; Art Club I; Volleyball 1 ; Student Council 2; Delta S i g m a Sigma.

Guild I; Student Activities 1 , 2; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Delta S i g m a Sigma.

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Sherin Here and there Always talking! Loves hillbilly music and the Kingston Trio Cheerful Never a dull moment with 101 and understanding pounds of fun "Forget it, babes!"

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Anita . . . CCW viewbook model . . . A sincere friend . . . Considerate . . . Those midnight snacks . . . Pakistan school teacher . . . Easy laugh . . . "Get a load of tonight's steno!" . . . "Aw, come on, Nance, cut my hair" . . . "Holy smoke!"


Bonney Ann Herrmann

Dale House

Student Activities 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Martha Carol Carner Spilled Ink I ; Student Activities I ; Psychology Club 1, 2, Secretary I , Treasurer 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

W A A 2, Vice-President;

Molly Friendly to all Good listener Smiling, strawberry blonde Three loves: Bob, food, and "Love those house parties!" Plays a sleep "Just a minute; I'm deciding crazy game of pool ; what to wear."

Butch Full of fun So lively and witty! . Sports enthusiast What a joker Friendly to all That raccoon coat . . Never a dull moment when in her midst "Bologna!"

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Susan Mae Gutman Spilled Ink

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Barbara Blodgett

Diana Chrrdbourne Stephens Stvdant Activities 1. 2, Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsiien

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ceme on, you gwys!''

Cosmopolitan Club 1; Aquatic Club 1; Book Club J; Student Council I; Hall President 1; Theta Epsilon N u .

Blodg . . . Casual beauty . . . A fourth for bridge? . . . What better pastime than thumbing through the Daily News? . . . "I won't cut my hair" . . . Embarrassed much? . . . "You kids, what am I going to do?"

Suzanne Jane Sisman

Susan Jane Warren

Student Ceurf 1; Guild 1, 2; Student Aetivifies 1, P$ycholoo.gy Club 2; Hockey 1. 2; D e l h Sigma Sigma) Seerstary 2.

Orientotion Committee 2; Hall President 2; Guild J; S:udenf Activi. ties I; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Suzie Bubbling Friendly "They said Her "Beauty 'hello,' but I couldn't see that farl" Bucket" , A real sweetie And bringing up the rear is our Suz "I'll be ihere in a minutel"

Sue . . A natural clown Likes moose and special Loyal to the Jersey shore but colkinds of tigers lege in South next year "Have to make that taxi!" Anyone for bridge? "Why not?"

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Wendy Forster Jesser

Barbara Linda Tompkins

Guild I , Board I; Cosmopolitan Club I; T h e f a Epsilon N u .

G u i l J 2; Student Activities 1; Music Club 1; Psychology Club 2; Chorale I ; Hockey I; Basketball I ; T h e b Epsilon N u .

Wendy

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Jean Halliday

Elizabeth Anne Rogers

Hack 1; Guild 1, 2; Student Activities 1; Hockey 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Orientation Committee 2; Chapel Choir 1; Centenary Singers 1; Music Club 2; Student Council 2; Dormitory President 2 ; Theta Epsilon Nu.

. . . Enthusiasm plus . . . Easy to know . . . That eleven o'clock laughter . . . Who said Mexico? . . . A homemaker of tomorrow . . . Loves dietetic food . . . Syracuse bound! . . . "Holy Moly!" Jill

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Judy Spear

Guild 2; Student Activities 1, 2 ; Psychology Club 1 , 2; Basketbdl 1, 2; Baseball 1; Sigma Epsilon N u .

Orientation Committee 2; Guild 1; Student Activities 1, 2; Student Council 2; Hall President 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Nan Friendly to all Those horrid 8 a.m. classes! Always sleeping or eating Easy going . . A talent Where to this week end for modern dance? "Get serious!"

Judy Brown

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Karen Truesdale Graff

Diana Jeanne Beck

Dolta Psi O m e g a I, 2; Music Club 1, 2, Vice-President 1; Riding Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Student Activities 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology Club I; Riding Club I; Chorale I, Secretary-Treasurer; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Dinny Big Buck" weight?" girl

Soc. major!

Doris Ellen Cox

Alexandra Elizabeth Ephrussi

Spilled Ink I; Centenary Singers I; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Doris friend

. . . Mischievous smile . . . Clarkson . . . A . . . Honest and sincere . . . Vocal music children . . . "This time next year."

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Music Club I; Camera Club 1, 2, Vice-President-Treasurer chology Club 1; Chorale 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Carol Joan Baur

Psychology Club 1 , 2 , D d i a Sigma Sigma.

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Susan Schackne

Sandra Lee Morrison

Student Adivitier 12 Psychologr Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Joan Elton Chamberlain

Susan Debo Phillips

Cosmopolitan Club 1 ; Camera Club 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Guild 1, 2; Student Activities 1, 2. Publicity Chairman 2; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Dorcas Winslow Allen

Barbara Kay Lutz Guild 1 ; Student Activities 1 ,

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Patricia Ann Falcone

Pipers 2; Chapel Chair I , 2; Centenary Singers 1 , 2, SecretaryTreasurer 2; Music Club 1 , 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Psychology Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Rita Frances de Genaro

Cosmopolitan Club 1; Music Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Psychology Club 2; Riding Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Ruth Elizabeth Ruston

Joan Ann Jolly

Cosmopolitan Club I; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Guild 2; Student Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club I ; Riding Club 1 , 2, Treasurer 2; Hack 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Joany - - . A loyal and iolly friend . . . "Hey, gang!" . . . "How do you spell that?" . . . Her delight, a blue ribbon in the ring . . . Fashionably late . . . Sense of humor and a smile for everyone.

Mary Bunnell Curtiss

Janet Helen Cornell

Student Court I, Class Representative; Leaders' Corps 2; Psychology Club 2; Hockey I; Softball I; Library Commitfee 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Guild '1, 2, Board 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1 ; Music Club 1; Psychology Club 2; Spilled Ink 2, Librarian; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Gladys Elsie Seemuller

Elaine Kinley

Hack 1 , 2, Business Manoear 2; Aquatic Club 1 , 2; Rating Board Spilled Ink I; CosmopoEitcrn Club 7; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Glad . "Hey, Speed!" "A hand that helps, the Third finger, leff hand Water eyes that smile" Quiet strength Capable homemaker nymph and deep thought.

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Lainey Blondie . Working for her RN and Mrs. Always laughing Versatile . , Loves those cat naps Ready to go "Oh, what con I wear tomorrow?"

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Janet Arlene Lotz

Hall President 2; Student Council 2; Hack 2; Orientation Committee 2; Guild 1 ; Psychology Club 1, 2; Aquatic Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Guild 2; Student Activities 1; Psychology Club 1 , 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Carol Lee . "Oh, I'm so excited!" Bubbling . Pert and pretty . . Kindness of an personality angel . Unselfishness personified To know her i s to love her . Reflects the sunshine of humanity.

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Sandra Allison Bear

Ann Folsom Lang

Centenary Singers 1 , 2, Board 2, Section leader 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Pipers 2; Spilled Ink I; Sfudent Activities 1; Hack 2; Cosmopalitan Club 1 , 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink 1; Student Activities 1, 2; Delta Psi O m e g a 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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San "Well, tomorrow's another day" . Always Sparkling smile . . Quiet until you get to singing . . Petite and pretty . Fried chicken! know hcr . . Oh, those letters from Oklahoma . Good things

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Pupes Package of fun Varied interests That New Hampshire accent Sympathetic listener . . The wee small hours . Procrastination personified . Copper dazzle? . Quick wit . . "Come on, be a sport!"

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Mary Dravo lves

Beverly Colt Ekings

Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, Secretary 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Dance Club 1, 2; Hack 21 Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Student Activities 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Riding Club 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Dee

Bev . Late to bed, late to rise Love those red Consumes more coffee than an army . Cotnails tage cheese with ketchup . Smiles and giggles . . Knee socks Loves to play "Do you know?"

. . . "Are you serious!" . . . Contagious laugh . . . Always ready for a good joke . . . Oh, those late hours1 . . . Loves a good challenge . . . Shimmering, blonde hair . . . Busy as a beaver making posters . . . Svjeet and sincere. 1.

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Marlene Ritchie

Elizabeth Walter Strawbridge

Guild 1 , 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Camera Club 2; Art Club I , Secretary; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Dimples . "What a laugh" Sincere, sweet, quiet, fun loving . Boston accent Princeton Sparkling eyes Cannons . . . Merchandising . Air of casualness . Loathes 7 a.m. bells . A hand that helps and ears that listen.

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Gail Kathryn Sylvesler

Deborah Hanson Studen: Activities 1, 2; Delta Psi Omega I, 2; Cosmopolitan Club Hockey I; Chorale 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

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Betty . The quiet, silent type Organization "Dearie, the thing i s " . . . Loyal friend Subtle sense of humor . , serious . Loves life . Ready to do a favor Sees good in everyone , Hard worker.

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. . . The suitcase student . . . "Me, study?" . . . . . . "Ten more pounds and I'll b e flying high" . . . "Don't call me dearie!" . . . Gail

"A fourth for bridge?" A famous procrastinator

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easygoing, forgiving,


.Carolyn Dodge Luther

Pamela Ruth Mein

Hock 2, Liferory Editor; Guild 1 , 2; Phi Theto Kappa 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Library Committee 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Carolyn . . . Witty Friendliness personified Busy week ends Gordie "That's my boy!" EfFiciency plus Starts the day with a smile Enjoys a good time August wedding bells.

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Maingy of humor sad"

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Karen Ruth Von den Deale

Sandra Sebring Smith

Spilled Ink 2; Guild 7 , 2; Student Activities 2; Psychology Club 7, 2; Hock 2; Sigmo Epsilon. Phi.

Chorale 1, 2; Music Club I ; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Karen "For crying out loud!" Full of life Always willing to help Marching for Diok "A full mailbox gathers no dust" The tiny freshman Contagious laugh. with the bouncy ppny tail

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Sandy Nelly-Belle "Shot down again" "A letter from Barney? I don't believe it" Sparkling, Subtle wit brown eyes . . . Casual sophistication Sleep, what's that? Jaunts to Amherst "Variety i s the soul of pleasure."

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Elva Lege Allison

Faith Tymeson

Chorale 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Hack 2; Spilled Ink 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2; Hall President 1) Student Council 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi, Treasurer 2.

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Self-possessed charm . . . Casually fashionable Midnight revivals Runs when the phone rings "Sleep, what's that?" . . "Fourth for bridge?"

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Linda Coleman Jacoby Spilled Ink I; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Faith

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Spilled Ink 2; Cosmopolifan Club I; Student Activities 2; Aquatic Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Hockey 1, 2; Swimming I, Captain; Theta Epsilon N u .

Nance . . . Big, blue eyes . . . Always on the phone . . . "My big toe's been asleep since September 27" . . . Easy going . . . Mailbox that never needs dusting . . . Tomorrow the diet starts . . . "I've got insomnia."


Lynn Diana Benish

Suzanne Marie Zacher Spilled Ink 1 ,

2; Student Activities I; Psychology Club 2; Delra

Chapel Choir

Sigma Sigma.

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Sue Spontaneous, but reserved . Kindness Individuality Tiny waist . "Just five more minutes"

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1 , 2; Centenary Singers I, 2; Pipers 2; Guild 2; Student Adivties 2; Theta Epsilon N u .

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Lynnie . Sweet and sincere, a smile for all . this time next year" . Burns the midnight oil

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Corothy Ann Bogdanowicz

Gail Russell Zoeller

Student Council 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Dottie . . Quiet and sincere . That certain smile . Cheerful . Understanding Varied interests include sewing, cooking, and letter writing . "Gee whiz" . Secretary in the big city.

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2; Guild 2; Student Activities 2; Psychology Club 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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hair has the radiance of golden sunlight . "Far above Cayuga's waters" . . Early to bed, early to rise . . A winning smile and a kindly word.

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Marguerite Boone Lofft

Barbara Ann Brown Hack 2; Guild 1, 2; Student Activities 2; Psychology Club 2; Book Club 1; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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Charlotte Clopton Erickson

Margaret Ruth Baxter Chapel Choir 1 , 2; Centenory Singers 1, 2; Pipers 1, 2; Guild 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Theta Epsilon Nu, Vice-President 2.

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Barbara Anne Mott

Anne Morris

Sfudent Activities 2 , Secretary-Treasurer; Art Club 1; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Hack 2; Spilled Ink 1 , 2; Student Activities 1 , 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Annie Trusting

personality

. . . Traveler . . . Airline hostess . . . "Come fly with me."

Margaret Judith Sauer

Susan Mary Gerhardy

Cosmopolitan Club I; Psychology Club 1 , 2 ; Library Committee 1 , 2 ; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

Spilled Ink 1 , 2; Student Activities 1 , 2; Thefa Epsilon N u , Treasurer 2.

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sophisticate . . Piercing, brown eyes Warm smile . . Unpredictable . . . Loves sprees

. . . "Queenie" . . . Braves fan . . . Merchandising California? . . . "You know what?"

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Joan Charlton Button

Beverly Ann Henrich Spilled Ink I; Student Activities 1, 2, Board 2; Chorale 1, Librarian; Delta Sigma Sigma.

. . . Outgoing and friendly . . . Loves to kid around "I have to write that letter tonight" . . . Dark, deep-set eyes . . . Capable . . . What a sense of humor . . An executive secretary with a glass collection?

Psychology Club I, 2; Book Club 1,

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2, Vice-president 2;

Epsilon Nu.

keep a schedule

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Bev

Joan

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Joan Roberts

Noel Gove

Spilled Ink 1; Guild 1; Student Activities I; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink I; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Dance Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Joanie . . Friendly and considerate . . Red hair . Cheerfulness and such contagious laughter . But, "Want oh, those Navy Blues . Just loves typing!

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Susan Elford

11 Phi Theta Kappa 21 Psychology Club 1, 2; Sigma

Spilled Ink I; Student Activities 1; Psychology Club I , 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink

Ears Up a t 6:30 a.m. Usually seen running Partial after little children . Summers in Maine Really knows how to knit Hates to Lehigh Fort L.-spring vacation That smoky clothes Wednesday feeling.

Carol Bahston accent . A ready smile Conscientious, but always ready for fun Trustworthy An ardent listener "What's +rump?" . "But I've got to get it donel" The road ahead-Boston for secretarial work.

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Martha Jane MacGregor

Charlotte A. Martino

Student Activities 1 , 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Spilled Ink 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Orientation Commiftee 2; Student Council 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Janie The Brooklyn sophisticate . Week ends Always off to have a away-never see her around Waitress much, Jane? . Pessimism plus puffer . Always found sleeping late . Loves the shore . . Who's a fat baker?"

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Chuckie . . A smile and word for everyone .. Thoughtful . Fun loving Sincere 5'2" . . . Eyes of brown . "Get serious" Reliable and Ardent Johnny Mathis fan Unresponsible inhibited gaiety and laughter.

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Susan Greer Feaster Spilled

Ink

I; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Cheerleaders 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

Susie

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. . . "Is it 10:30 yet?" . . . . . . A place for everything and . . . Idiocy personified . . . Art

peppy

Competent seamstress nothing in its place

school.

Spilled Ink 1; Phi Iota 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Orientation Committee 2; Class Vice-President 2; Book Club 1, 2, Secretary 1; Student Council 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Arden

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i t for you" go

meeting"

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Poetry

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V.W. is the information booth for freshmen.

Salley Louise Harris Huggler

Susan Thomas Gibson

Student Activities 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Leaders' Corps 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; Thefa Epsilon Nu.

Spilled Ink 1; Guild 1 , 2; Book Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Phi.

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That certain look . Unpredictable . . Huggs . Sincere Independent out on the hockey field . "It's about the way" . Salley without a crewneck

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Barbara Gail Anderson

Judith Ellen Calvert

Spilled Ink 1, 2; Chapel Choir I; Centenary Singers I; Cosmopolitan Club r; Closs Treasurer 2; Theta Epsilon Nu.

Student Court 2; Guild 1, 2, Board 1; Lacrosse 2; BaskeTball I, 2, Hockey 2; Theta Epdlon Nu.

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Nancy Wallace Gingras Student Activities 2; Cosmopolitan Club I , 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Cosmopolitan Club

1; Book Club 2; Psychology Club 2; Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Diane Hope McAfee Chapef Choit 1; Centenary Singers 1; De:ta Psi O m e g a I , 1; Dance Club I , 2, Vice-President l~ Delta Sigma Sigma.

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Alma Mater

'Mid the silent hills surrounded, Ripened by the flight of time, And with honors still unbounded, In her strong and lusty prime, Alma Mater proudly raises Halls and tower tall and strong, And her children sing her praises, Sing them loud and sing them long.

Ever shall her children love her, Forming still a noble band; While the flag that waves above her W e shall bear to every land. Let us laud her colors glorious, Loyal to the Black and Blue, Let us wave the flag victorious, Pledging each one to be true.

And when age at last steals o'er us, Softly, like the sinking sun, Visions will appear before us,

Of the course that we have run; When our lives have told their story Failing lips shall make the plea: "Alma Mater! live thy glory! Alma Mater, dear C. C.!"


Joan Ross, Margaret Pauley, Patricia Rose, Judith Platt, and Gloria Griggs were on dean's list for four semesters. Nol pictured-Brinda Cowart.

Academic Honors

Joan Ross, Carol Tolk, Patricia Hedley, Margaret Pauley, Patricia Rose, Judith Plaft, and Gloria Griggs were on dean's list for three semesters. Not pictured-Brinda Cowart.


CAROLYN DODGE LUTHER Highest academic averago during 9rethman y w r of the elera of '6Q.

PHI META KAPPA Top row-Phyllis Springwan, Gail Christiansen, Stella Brawlur, Halen Faster, Gail Sladler, Charlotte Martino. Secsnd row--Beverly Turner, Kafhsrina Haneqaw, Arten Douls, Joan Abater, Berbara Batchio, Sandra

Clungwn, Carol Rod, Sata Leon. B s h m raw--Prarident Edward W. Seay, Carolyn Luther, Pcrlly Egglaston, Mary l o Brand?, Mary I-. Sandra Vsklmn, Julia Charhire, Dean M a r a t Hight.

GLORIA ANN Highest academic avelrage during senior year i n the class of '59.

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Busy tlngcws and active minds master the keyhoard.

Howard Knapp osrists students with their projects in commercial art closs.

Classroom L i f e

Aldrich Shoup learns the intricacies of the'oqjan under the guidance of W. Norman Grayson. Miss Elizabeth Gregory, Marlene Ritchie, Gbdyr Seemullar, and spring suite i n the making.

"The Three Boors" becomes an experience i n creative dramatics for children's literoturg class,

Sara Leon inspects *niched product while other sfudents ond Mrs. Ellan Dalton, inrtrucfof, watch.


Nursery school children at ploy under direction of student instructors.

the

Chemistry students prepare for their laboratory work.

Dr. Walter Glaettli demonstrates proper pronunciation for his French class.

Wing and paintfng rtuduns Cao~l the proper bebniqucr for wnstructinpl tbn h m i a n

Qun.


Spence Hall

North Hall


Smith Hall


Freshman

Nancy Reiff President

Freshman Class Colors Blue and White

Class Song From these short years at Centenary We'll ifurn our thoughts to worlds unknown; But though our journey takes us far, Never shall we be alone. The blue and white which now we wear Will surely always be The thought that lives within our hearts:

A cherished memory.

Ann S9anley Vke-President


Class

Miss Phyllis Forbes Adviser

Karen McElroy Secretary

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Kristen Ostergard Treasurer


Top row-Connie Beier, Nancy Biddlecombe, Nancy Becker, Barbara Bergh. Bottom rowBarbara Bidwell, Ann Barr, Ann Bell, Jr.

Top row-Linda Andersen, Katherine Appel, Gwendolyn Armour, Janet Arfmann. Boftom row -June Adams, Janet Allen, Carla Alvarez, Heather Allison.

Top row-Lois Arvidson, Barbara Barkwill, Janice Auer, Nancy Ashton. Bottom row-Ann Baldwin, Nancy Baker, Valerie Augur.

Top row-Ellen Buffington, Sally Buchert, Linda Bullock, Joan Bourdelais. Bottom row-Dorothy Blitz, Allwina Bloom, Margaret Boyer.


Top row

-Norma

Calder,

Mae Campion, Susan Byers, Elizabeth Cann. Boffom row -Barbara Burnett, Madelynne Canger, Susan Byron.

Top row-Anita Catling, Ottilie Carpenter, Lucy-Martine Cardon, Constance Chace. Bottom row-Judith Catino, Carolyn Casazza, Judith Cawood.

Top row-Lois Childs, Bette Cohen, Carolee Clark. Bottom row-Barbara Clarihew, Nancy Cornstock, Lois Christenson, Mary Ann Chalfant.


Top row-Susan Coyle, Cynthia Crandell, Helen Datesman. Bottom row-Judy Corbett, Bette Creveling, Nancy Cooley, Dona Couzens.

Top row-Barbara Dawley, Eunice Davidson. Bottom row - Margaret Dexter, Erica Dickinson, Carolyn Devins, Barbara Day, Sherry Dixon.

:1 Top row - Patricia Dolan, Gail Donovan. Bottom row Susan Eising, Jane Dumler, Donna Dopson, Karen Dunn.


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Elna Frederickson, Judith Fredericks, Alice Gibison, Nancy Gaff, Barbara Gardner, Judith Gast, Elizabeth Garretson. f o p row-Heidi Ellsworth, Eleanor Feiler, Barde Ensign, Donna Farris, Susan Epps. Boftom rowSue Fippin, Marilyn Drake, Joyce Fierro.

Top row-Margot Foster, Margaret Fitzhugh, Elizabeth Fobes, Susan Fleming. Bottom rowJan Foster, Christie Foster, Priscilla Forster. Elsie Gillespie, Jacqueline Gordon, Eileen Grace, Elizabeth Gilbert, Beth Goodridge, Constance Godwin, Harriet Glassman.


Sandra Gransaull, Millicent Hall, Kate Green, Janet Hagemann, Jo Ann Hack, Anne Hall.

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Top row-Margaret Hinkel, Marjorie Hinkel, Virginia Hoff. Boffom row-Sydney Hodson, Nancy Held, Susan Hobson.

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Victoria Hopkins, Ellen Hornikel, Sandra Holroyd, Marion Hornaday, Joyce Hunt, Judy Horstmeyer, Susan Hughes.

Top row-Harriet Hampton, Jeanne Halvorsen, Nancy Heimert, Carol Harvey. Bottom rowLouise Hart, Polly Hare, Celinda Hardy.


Top row - Leanore Illis, Diana Johnson, Sallyann Jennings, Judith Isenegger. Bottom row-Patricia Jacobsen, C a r o l lannuzzi, Barbara James, Mary Graves.

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:t Lynne Kleban, Karen Kover, Karen Koechling, Louise Kirschner, Helen Kolawoksky, Carol King.

Susan Jones, Alice Kimball, Nancy Keely, Betty Jones, Ann Kenarney, Elaine Kern.


Top row-Jo Ann McVey, Charlotte Mc.Farlin, Sally McKean, Mary McDonough. Boffom rowBarbara

MacGregor, Joan McElroy.

Majeske,

Karen

Anne Layman, Tanja Larson, Martha Lambert, Judith Krummenacher, Patricia Lambert, Letitia Lacava, Dorothy Langenberg.

Top row-Barbara Lehman, Carolyn Layton, Lynn Kluberg, Susan Lindner, Susan Lobb. Bottom row-Dona LeVan, Maxine Lichtig, Nancy Lipschutz.

Top row-~udith McCullough, Sally Lovelr, isbeth Lorenz. Bottom row-Georgeanna Long, Nancy Loewinger, Elaine Lynch.


Top row-Valerie Massabni, Carol Mante, Margaret Maxwell, Sheila Mallon, Mary Martin. Bottom row-Marcia Mansfield, Nancy Martens, Patricia Matchett.

Kathryn May, Lynn

Joan Miller,

Maylone,

Marian

Morse, Barbara Miller, Diane Morton,

Janet Mittell.


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Top row Sally Neaves, Sheila Neary, Doris Nicholson. Bottom row - Loretta Neuberger, Nancy Nash, Margery Newba ker.

Top row-Laraine Packard, Ann Pascale, Suzanne Osborn, Frances Nikola, Carol Nodop. Bottom row-Kristen Ostergard, Marilyn Parsons.

Top row-Carol Price, Molly Power. Bottom row-Irene Perelman, Judith Post, Susan Pederson, Ann Pentecost.


Top row-Judith Reichstetter, Gretchen Robblee. Bottom row Alicia Quigley, Gail Rodgers, Georgia Roberts, Nancy Reiff, Margaret Reed.

Top row-Nancy Schutte, Nancy Schuetz, Gail Scagliarini, Judith Sayles. Bottom row-Barbara Scholp, Barbara Schmitz, Marijean Schofield.

Top row-Roberta Rush, Gail Sanderson, Valeska Ronalder, Elizabeth Salter. Bottom row-Joan Sandfort, Patricia Ryan, Jacqueline Rosenblatt.

Loretta Sherman, Cynthia Shockley, Gayle Sickinger, Mary-Ann Selvaggio, Joan Shimer, Michelin Securda, Sharon Scott.

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Top row-Sarah Skelton, Ann Stanley, Janet Stolarz. Boftom row-Priscilla Stanley, Carol Smith, Suzanne Stevens, Deborah Sisbower.

Top row-Jeanne Toothill, Janice Kilgore, Deborah Thomas, Barbara Tichenor, Judithe Truppo. Bottom row-Maxine Tichenor, Janine Thomas, Wendy Taylor.

Emilyn von Deck, Patricia Tucker, Mary Wachtel, Careline Tuinman, Wendy Ward, Judith Van Wetering, Judith Ward.

Sally Swan, Mary Sully, Lois Taylor.


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Mary Williams, Barbara Williams. Bottom rowJean Wisdom, Nancy Wiseman, Carol Wire.

Marjorie Watts, Jane Wheatley, Jane Whidden, Natalie Weinberg, Elaine Whitman, Ann Watson, Carolyn Wetlesen.

Ann Yeatman, Amy Worthington, Linda Wittich, Beatrice Wright, Frances Zacher, Susan Witte, Jean Wisehart.

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Suzanne Helms, Helen McAleese, Susan Pollock, Jane Myers.


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Trevorrow Hall

Reeves Student Union Building


Denman Gymnasium


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Stefan George

Elizabeth Nutt

Adviser

Art Editor

Gladys Seernuller

Carolyn Luther

Business Manager

Literary Editor

Sandra Clungeon Editor

Hack Board


Top row-Faith Tymeson, Beverly March, Pamela Mein, Anne

Morris, Mary Iver, Barbara MacGregor. Third row-Carol Nelson, Kathryn May, Joan Jolly, Joan Reynolds, Stella Brewster, Lynne Meredith, Sherry Dixon. Second rowSandra Bear, Carol Lee Fighera, Carol Rushforth, Karen

Van den Deale, Judith Waters, Eliza~ernStanley. Bottom row--8arbara Brown, Christine Vogel, Gail Coater, Joanne Smith. Not pictured--Marjorie Axt, Ruth Hemminger, Julie Cheshire, Carolyn Layton, Barbara Schmitz.

Hack

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N May 1959 a brainstorming session originated the idea. Although it was hazy then,

the collecting,

sifting,

and rearranging of its

parts under the guidance of many evolved that

to facilitate the ever-growing size of the class. Senior portraits are arranged by roommates with Phi Iota members preceding the separate dormitory groups.

idea into the form: the 1960 Hack. To symbolize the search for the eternal light, This book reflects multiple effort and imagination. Along with the complete index introduced last year, the Hack now includes a table of contents. In harmony with the chosen theme, sepiacolored i n k k n d a new style of type known as "Futura" are used. Because a balanced view of Centenary has been the goal of this year's Hack board,

that purpose i s revealed in the

the sun has been chosen as the theme. Between the rising and the setting of the sun are patterned the direction of our lives. Here at Centenary we have experienced both shadows and sunlight. But the culmination of these two years radiates a light we cannot forget, for it i s the golden glow by which we may illuminate our lives.

larger and more inclusive sports section as well as greater emphasis on academic and social

This year's Hack i s not only a permanent re-

activities. More informal photographs are used;

flection of college days but it i s a well-deserved

academic honors are featured separately. The

tribute to the staff, Howard Niper, school pho-

design of the senior section has been changed

tographer, and Robert Kelly, publisher.


Top row-Janet Sfolarr, Katherine Honegger, Judith Calvert, Sara Leon, Sandra Veldran, Gail Christiansen. Second row-Daan Mary Bigelow, adviser; Barbara Batchie, Gail

Stadler,

Dean

Margaret Hight, advirt Sally Swan, Ann Yeafman.

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Student Court

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HROUGH Student Court girls are brought to

0.FFICERS

realize the full meaning and importance of

President ............................................................Gail Stadler

the code of honor under which Centenary lives.

Vice-president .......................................... Barbara Batchie

The court i s established to help students accept

Secretary......................................................

their full responsibility. The code of honor gives

Advisers...Deans Margaret Hight and Mary Bigelow

girls the opportunity to develop personal integrity and loyalty and helps them realize that honor i s a virtue that extends beyond college life. Studept Court, composed of three officers, the president o f Student Council, and three representatives from each class, acts as the judiciary body, deciding the severity of cases involving the violation of Centenary's legislation and the code of honor.

A faculty council, when called

upon, acts as an aid to the court in making decisions.

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d Veldran


S t u d e n t Council

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HE Student Council i s the legislative branch of the Student Government Association. Its

members, representatives of the senior and freshman classes, meet at least twice a month. The objectives of this organization are to recognize and to put into practice the democratic principles upon which the Student Government i s founded. This promotes an individual sense of responsibility,

enables each student to realize

the need for constructive participation in college OFFICERS

life, and presents the opportunity to display ini-

President .................................................................. Vice-president .......................................... Secretary .........................................................

Sara Leon

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tiative and participation in college activities.

Kressler

This year Centenary convened on campus a

Judith Waters

conference for student council representatives of

Treasurer ......................................................... H

e Atwater

seven iunior colleges. Topics of discussion con-

Advisers...Deans Margaret Hight and Mary Bigelow

cerned the code of honor and dormitory living.

Top row-Jean AWater, Judith Waters. Bottom row-Dean Maraaret High?, adviser1 Miriam Kressler, Sara Leon, Dean

Mary Bigelow, adviser.


P h i Iota

P r e s i d e n t s ' Club

OFFICERS

OFFICERS

President .........................................................

Ann Meredith

President

Gail Christiansen

Secretary-Treasurer .................................... Ann Dothard

Secretary-Treasurer ........................... Kimberly Breining

Advisers ......... President and Mrs. Edward W. Seay

Adviser

..........................................

Mrs. Marcy Anderson

Deans Margaret Hight and Mary Bigelow

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HE Presidents' Club i s made up o f club presidents, editors of publications, and chairmen

o f the social committee. Its purpose i s to promote better cooperation among the clubs, to discuss qualities of leader-

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Top row-Arden Davis, Susan Hewitt, Heather Bernard, Polly Eggleston, Soro Leon, Nancy Aufhammer, Veronica Drogna, Barbclra Batchie, Helen Foster, Gail Stadler, Gail Christiansen, Sandra Clungeon. Second row-Dean Mary Bigelow, Mrs. Edward W. Sew, President Edward W. Seay, Payer, Lynne Dean Margaret Highf. Bottom row-verna Meredith, Ann Dothard, Miriam Kressler.

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HI IOTA i s the honorary senior leadership society. It i s composed of the presidents of thirteen organizations, the vice-president of the senior class, and the advisers. Monthly meetings are held at President Seay's house 4here members discuss the problems of student life and the perpetuation of the highest standards of living on the campus. Aims are to direct combined judgment toward improving standards of the college, promoting harmonious relationships between students and faculty, and giving each representative the opportunity to submit suggestions for consideration and action.

ship, and to unite the organizations. Its chief goal

i s to help all the clubs work together so that each may achieve its own goals. The club meets at ledst once a month to discuss problems and activities of the various clubs. The club sponsors extracurricular nights and a . formal tea. This year, for the first time, it inaugurated a mothers' bridge-tea.

Top row-Verna Payer, Sally Leon, Nancy Reiff, Sandra Smoll, Janice Kilgore, Elizabeth Nun, Nancy Fowler, Anne Swicegood, Heather Bernard, Margaref Scott, Joanne Smith. Second row--Gail Stadler, Lynne Meredith, Polly Eggleston, Mrs. Marcv Anderson. adviser: Gail Christiansen. Kimberly Breining, Belly Nilssen. Botrom row-Helen Foster, Anna K. Whiiacre, Mary Jo Brandf, Nancy Aufhammer, Susan Hewitt, Veronica Dragna, Sandra Clungeon. Not pictured-Judith Lawrence, Margaret Davis, Anita Smiley, Ann Dothard.


Library Committee

President ...................................................

Gail Christiansen

Vice-president ............................................. H

e Shoup

Secretary-Treasurer Karin von Reick-Eggebert Whaley Top row-Susan Phillips, Lynn Benish, Diane Stephens, Susan Andrews, Barrie Allison, Beverly Henrich. Bottom row -Heather Bernard, Mrs. )u\arcy Anderson, adviser; Barbara Mott.

Advisar

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M i Ruth Scarborough

HE Library Committee, made up of elected representatives from each dormitory, helps

to promote student use of the library. The members try to make the library a working part of the campus.

Student Activities

The committee also advises new policies for the girls using the library. On their suggestion, the library i s now open on the Sunday nights when there i s no convocation. Some of the ac-

OFFICERS President ...................................................Heather Bernard

tivities this club sponsors are national library week, an extracurricular activities night, a library tea, and a movie.

Secretary-Treasurer .................................... Barbara Mott Adviser ........................................ M r . Marcy Anderson

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TUDENT ACTIVITIES promotes social life on campus. Members sponsor mixers and open

houses. They also decorate for the President's Ball and for special occasions in the dining room.

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Meetings are not set for any special time but are called when necessary. Participation i s open to all. The aims of Student Activities are to promote a feeling of college spirit and unity and to make each girl's life at Centenary more socially enjoyable.

Top row-Gail Rodgers, Judithe Truppo, Mary Curtiss, Elizabeth Fobes, Katherine Honegger, Alice Gibison, Barbara Tichenor, Constance Abell, Judith Catino, Anna K. Whitacre. Second row-Aldrich Shoup, Gail Christiansen, Miss Ruth Scarborough, adviser; Karin von Rieck-Eggebert Whaley. Bottom row-Carolyn Luther, Margaret Sauer, Carolyn Casazza, Elaine Kinley, Judith Cawood. Not picturedSusan Andrews, Barbara Clarihew, Marilyn Drake, Judith Powell.


Top row-Phyllis Springman, Susan Hewitl, Joyce Reed. Second row-Jacquelyn West, Gail Sylvester, Barrie Allison, Judith Sayler. Bottom row-Sue Gutman, Brenda Bailey.

Circulation staff fold newspapers for distribution.

Spilled Ink

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OFFICERS

HE college newspaper, Spilled Ink, keeps the student body informed. This newspaper also

Editor ..................................................................

a

n Hewitt

helps the faculty, parents, and friends of the college to follow campus activities.

Associate Editor ................................. Phyllis Springman Advisers .........................

New columns were added, as trustee profiles, placement, fashions, sports; picture coverage was enlarged. This year, besides the regular monthly issues, the staff, along with the Hack staff, published a cartooh' book about life at Centenary. Another high light of the year was a fashion show sponsored by both publications.

Mr. and Mrs. Stefan George


Top row-Dean William Orr, odviserr Janel Cornell, Junine Evans, Carolyn Hurley, Cynthio Shocklay, Heather Allison.

Bottom row-Polly Eaglesten, Joan Reynolds, Lynne Meredith, Elizabelh Stanley.

Guild OFFICERS President ............................................................

Ann Meredith

G

UILD is the religious and philanthropic organization o n campus. Its purpose i s t o

stimulate the religious interest o f the student Vice-President

Joan Reynolds

body.

Secretary ................................................ Elizabeth Stanley Treasurer ...................................................... Polly Eggleston Adviser ................................. The Reverend William O r r

This organization each year sponsors projects for the benefit o f others. At Thanksgiving time the girls i n the Guild buy f o o d and deliver Thanksgiving baskets to the needy families i n the Hackettstown area. They collect contributions f o r the Community Chest, the one time o f the year when students are asked to give to charity. During the winter the Guild sponsors religious emphasis week, one week during the year which

i s dedicated to forums, discussions, and lectures b y a guest speaker. Guild

members also participate in chapel

Thursday mornings, helping to contribute t o the atmosphere o f reverence.


OFFICERS President Secretary-Treasurer Adviser

Janice Kilgore Barbara Burnett

Chorale

George Gansz

Top row-Judith Clark, Nancy Casebolt, Gail Sylvester, Carol Rudnick, Joan Sandfort, Kate Green. Third rowSusan Fleming, Jan Foster, Alexandra Ephrussi, Joan Rayner, Sally Jennings, Jane Wheatley. Second row-Helen Mc-

Aleese, Heather Allison, Nancy Willoughby, Patricia Ryan. Bottom row-Janice Kilgore, Barbara Burnett. Not pictured -Christie Foster, Sydney Hodson, Carol lannuzzi, Pomela Mein, Gretchen Robblee, Carol Ann Smith, Sandra Smith.

F a student enjoys singing and has not joined

covering the world of music: popular songs, show

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the Centenary Singers or Chapel Choir, the

tunes, secular, and sacred music.

Chorale offers another opportunity to enjoy en-

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Members join with the singers to entertain

semble singing. men's glee clubs at Centenary. At the holiday This group of girls, who meet once a month with Mr. Gansz, sings informally to help in dis-

season they carol in the parlors to help contribute to the Centenary Christmas spirit.


Joanne Smith, Veronica Dragno, Janis Koss, Laurie Pieper.

Pipers Eversharps

P

IPERS i s a small choral ensemble composed of girls selected from the Centenary Singers

on the basis of musical ability and showmanship.

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HE smallest organization within the Centenary

The Pipers appear often on the program with

Singers i s the Eversharps, consisting of four

the Centenary Singers, besides performing alone

girls selected from the Pipers on the basis of

both on and off campus. These girls sing a wide

musical ability, vocal quality, and showmanship.

range of music, but emphasis i s placed on music

The Eversharps' repertoire includes barber shop favorites, show tunes, Negro spirituals, and

in the lighter vein. George Gansz, adviser.

well-known popular music. They perform on concert programs with the Centenary Singers and the Pipers to inject a change of pace for the audience. George Gansz, adviser.

Top row-Joanne Smith, Janis Koss, Stella Brewster, Laurie Pieper, SuseHe DuPuy, Gail Coates. Second row-Veronica Dragna, Barbara Batchie, Louise Hart, Nancy Biddlecombe, Nancy Heimert, Lynn Benish, Margaret Davis. Bottom row -Sandra Bear, Margaret Baxter, Kay Thornton, Marguerite Lofft, Carol Van Ness, Ann Hergesheimer, Margaret Scott.


Top row-Jean Wisdom, Betty Gilbert, Laurie Pieper, Mary Ellen Uibel, Susan Andrews, Marjorie Watts, Barbara ~ i l l e r , Ann Watson, Susette DvPuy, Stella Brewster. Sue Witte, Carol Nelson. Janis Koss, Cynthia Crondell, Linda Bullock, Judy Wisdom. Third row-Carol Price, Molly Power, Jacqueline Gordon, Barbara Batchie,

Celinda Hardy, Marguerite Lofft, Mary Alice Sykes, Wendy Tavlor, Nancv Coolev. .. Tania Larson. Marv Ann Martin.

Salter, judith Horstmeyer, Valerie Augur, Jeanne Toothill, Gail Coates, Nancy Heimert, Nancy Biddlecombe, Beth Lorenz, Veronica Dragna, Barbara Tanis, Louise Hart, Nancy Wiseman, Joanne Smith. Second row---Margaret Davis',

Sandra Bear, Ann lynn Deck, Kay Thornton, Margaret Baxter, Gwen Armour, Sheila Neary, Carol Van Ness, Ellen Bufingfon, Georgianna Long, Judith Ward, Carol Harvey, Margaret Scott, Judith Van Wetering.

Lynn Benish, Wendy Ward, Jane Whidden, Deborah Sirbower, Murphy, Marilyn Parsons, Joyce Reed, Allwina Bloom, Elizabeth Fobes. Bollom row-Anita Catling,

Centenary Singers

HE Centenary Singers

OFFICERS

recognized for President ....................................................

Margaret Davis

Vice-president ........................................ t e a Brewster Secretary-Treasurer ................................. 4

Librarian ............................................................

their

are "internationally fine performances."

Members are selected on the basis of musical ability.

Susette DuPuy Kay Thornton

Besides performing on campus and exchanging concerts with men's glee clubs, the singers

Assistant Librarian ................................. Nancy Heimert Adviser. ............................................................

George Gansz

make recordings,

perform on the radio,

and

have a widespread itinerary throughout the year. During these tours they give concerts on the eastern seaboard and in Europe.


Chapel Choir

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OFFICERS

and at several Sunday night convocations,

the Chapel Choir serves as a source of inspira-

President ............................................................ Joanne Smith

tion for worship service.

Vice-president ..........................................Dolores Pieper Librarian ..................................................................

T many Thursday morning chapel services

J a n Koss

The choir meets twice a week, under the direc-

Assistant Librarian ....................................... T a n Larson

tion of Mr. Gansz, to Prepare sacred choral from Bath

Adviser ............................................................ George Gansz

the

of

'Ontem-

porary composers. Members are chosen on the basis o f auditions at the beginning of the college year. Participants ,

in Chapel Choir gain invaluable voice training as well as a deeper appreciation and wider knowledge of sacred music.

Top row-Jean Wisdom, Lourie Pieper, Mary Ellen Uibel, Susan Andrews, Marjorie Watts, Barbara Miller, Ann Watson, Susette DuPuy, Stella Brewster, Sue Witte, Carol Nelson, Janis Koss, Cynthia Crandell. Third row-Betty Gilbert, Judy Wisdom, Molly Power, Judith Horstmeyer, Mary Ann Martin, Jeanne Toothill, Gail Coates, Nancy Heimert, Nancy Biddlecombe, Barbara Tanis, Elizabeth Fobes, Louise Hart, Linda Bullock, Joyce Reed. Second row-Georaionna Lona.

Celinda Hardy, Carol Price, Ann Hergesheimer, Sandra Bear, Tanja Larson, Margaret Baxter, Gwen Armour, Margaret Davis, Jane Whidden, Carol Harvey, Judith Ward, Ellen Bufington, Marilyn Parsons, Veronica Dragna. Bonom row-Wendy Taylor, Lynn Von Deck, Kay Thornton, Nancy Cooley, Ann Yeatman, Susan Lobb, Nancy Wiseman, Elirabeth Salter, Carol Van Ness, Joanne Smith, Sheila Neary, Allwina Bloom, Anita Cotling, Judith Van Wetering.


OFFICERS

President .............................................

Anne Swicegood .Cynthia Richter

Vice-President

Secretary-Treasurer .............................. Dorothy Bisacca

Delta Psi Omega

Adviser .....................................................................

John Fisher

Top row-Karen Graff, Jacquelyn West, Jane Thomas, Suzanne Wyatt, Diane Brown, Lucy Haskins, Mary Haines, Deborah Hanson, Diane McAfee, Sandra Veldran, Sherin Rinehart. Boffom row-Anne Swice. good, Cynthia Richter, Dorothy Bisacca.

D

ELTA PSI OMEGA is the national honorary dramatic fraternity at Centenary. Its pur-

pose i s to stimulate the interest of students in the theater. In order to become a pledge,

a girl must

work on one play-behind the scenes or on the stage. After participation in one more play, she may become a

member,

depending on

the

quality and quantity of her work. The goal of Delta Psi Omega i s to have all Mary Haines, Sister Johanna of the Cross, and Diane McAfee, Terese, as they appeared i n Cradle Song, the Little Theater's firsf presentation (1959-60).

of Centenary's students come to each of its plays. This year Delta Psi has presented three plays: Cradle Song,

a drama; Brigadoon,

comedy; and Pygmalion, a comedy.

a musical


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A r t Club

Camera Club

OFFICERS

OFFICERS

President

Judith Lawrence

President ....................................................

Elizabeth Nutt

Vice-president ......................................... Margaret Reed

Vice-president and Treasurer...Alexandra Ephrussi

Secretary ......................................................

Adviser .............................................

Treasurer ............................................................

Suzanne Helms

M i s s Martha Dunbar

C a r Fausel

Adviser ............................................ Mrs. Gilberta Heaslip

Top row--Sue Fippin, Harriet Koufmann, Caral Rudnick, Suzanne Helms, Brenda Bailey, Helen McAleese, Mary Ellen Wachtel. Bottom row-Mrs. Gilberfa Heaslip, adviser; Carol Fousel, Judith Lawrence. Not pictured-Barbara Datesman, Joyce Reed, Carla Alvarez, Maxine Tichenor, Deborah Sisbower, Judith Post.

Top row-Alexandra Ephrussi, Julie Cheshire, Elizabeth Nutt, Nancy Willoughby, Miss Martha Dunbar, adviser; Gail Sylvester, Elizabeth Strawbridge. Bottom row-Joan Chamberlain, Barbara Pickard. Not pictured Priscilla Stanley, Sally Neaves, Erica Dickinson, Judith Waters, Judith Krummenacker, Linda Bullock, Corla Wright.

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HROUGHOUT the halls posters advertise campus events. These posters are examples of

the work done by the Art Club. The club also sponsors a booth at the Penny '1

Carnival an'd has an auction at the end of the

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HE Camera Club was designed especially for girls interested in learning the techniques of

developing, printing, and enlarging photographs. During the monthly meetings members work in the college darkroom where they pick up helpful

year at which the art work of students and faculty

hints from Miss Dunbar. The girls may also prac-

i s sold.

tice on their own time in the darkroom. They

The purpose of the club-to further intellectual interest in and to stimulate the appreciation of art-is further carried out by guest lecturedemonstrators who are brought to Centenary through the club.

participate in such projects as the making of Christmas cards from photographs.

The club

owns a camera which i s available to students.


Book

Club

Psychology

OFFICERS President .........................................

OFFICERS Anna K. Whitacre

Vice-president .................................................. Secretary-Treasurer .................................

Joan Button

Priscilla Forster

Advisers..................... Dr. and Mrs. H. Graham DuBois

Top row-Joan Button, Anna K. Whiteacre, Dr. and Mrs. H. Graham DuBois, Sally Ricker. Bottom r o w 4 u s a n Gibson, Constance Abell, Margaret Kellogg, Arden Davis, Roberta Wolk. N o t pictured-Mary Jo Brandt, Priscilla Forster, Susan Andrews, Ruth Hemminger.

NYONE with an interest in literature may join. Once a month members meet at the

Nancy Fowler

President

Vice-president ......................................... Nancy Becker Secretary ......................................................

Heidi Ellsworth

Treasurer ......................................................... a Adviser

A

Club

t Carner

Albert Parsons

Top row-Nancy Becker, Albert Parsons, adviser; Nancy Fowler. Bottom row-Heidi Ellsworth, Martha Carner.

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HE Psychology Club meets once a month for the purpose of orientating students into

home of Dr. and Mrs. DuBois. Under their guid-

aspects of applied psychology. Its chief goal i s

ance members discuss books, plays, and articles;

to present an interesting and educating program

they report and comment on personal reading.

to those interested in this field. Business i s conducted during the first part of the meeting, and

Each girl is urged to seek a better understand-

the remaining time i s devoted to the program.

ing of!literature through reading and discussing. The Book Club i s the oldest club on campus.

The club shows films and has speakers from such

organizations as

Alcoholics

Anonymous,

mental hospitals, and the New Jersey State Prison for Women. The only requirement for membership i s a desire to have a greater understanding of human behavior.


Cosmopolitan Club

Music C l u b

OFFICERS

OFFICERS

President ......................................................

Margaret Scott

President .....................................................

Mary Jo Brandt

Vice-president .......................................... Jacquelyn West

Vice-president ....................................... Amy Worthington

Secretary-Treasurer ....................................... K

Secretary ................................................... Priscilla Forster

t Jaffe

Adviser .............................................. Dr. Walter Glaettli

Treasurer ............................................................ a

Boepple

Adviser ........................................ W . Norman Grayson

Jacquelyn West, Margaret Scott, Dr. Walter Glaettli, adviser; Kristen Jaffe.

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Elsa Baepple, Mary Jo Brandl, W. Norman Grayson, adviser; Susan Andrews, Priscilla Forster.

HE Cosmopolitan Club familiarizes the student

'HE second Tuesday of every month strains of

body with customs and beliefs of foreign

music can be heard drifting through campus;

countries. Speakers and panel discussions help

the Music Club i s the cause o f this. Under the

attain this goal at monthly meetings.

direction o f Mr.

Grayson, activities are kept

lively by way of guest stars, lectures, concerts The annual trip to the United Nations, dinner at a foreiir: restaurant, and meetings with the

on campus, New York symphonies, and general stimulation of music appreciation.

Cosmopolitan Club of Lafayette University were some of the high lights o f this year's schedule.

One of the high events of this year was the appearance

of

Eisenberg,

famed cellist

and

protege o f the renowned Pablo Casals. Entertainments are open to all.


Judith Gleim, Miss Elizabeth Shimer, adviser; Margaret Scoft, Ann Swicegood.

R a d i o and T e l e v i s i o n A radio play i s presented by each school enter-

OFFICERS

ing the contest. Co-Program Directors Margaret Scott, Judith Gleim Music Librarian .................................... Sandra Clungeon

.

.

Adviser .......................................... M I Elizabeth Shimer

WGPA of Bethlehem, Pa., receives and broadcasts an hour program from WNTl each Wednes-. day afternoon. Future plans include a possible affiliation with radio station WNYC-FM (N. Y. C.), WPPA-FM

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HE Centenary radio station, WNTI, i s run by the girls in the radio-TV course. The studio

(Pottsville, Pa.),

WDFM (University

Park, Pa.), WGPA-FM (Bethlehem, Pa.) to establish an educational network.

i s located in the basement of Van Winkle Hall; the tower and transmitter are on Thomas Drive, Oak Hill Manor, Mount Bethel Road.

Girls learn the technical details of broadcasting and writing radio shows. They handle all the work of broadcasting and write their own shows.

This year WNTl has invited 123 high schools to participate in the Theater-of-the-Air Contest.

WNTl i s on the air from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Sandra Clungeon, Jean Ball.


Top row-Mary Ellen Uibel, Suzanne Sisman. Bottom rowSusan Weeks, Dr. and Mrs. R. Elwood Backenstoss, advisers; Veronica Dragna.

Freshmen supervise as the turtles are placed at the starting line.

D e l t a Sigma Sigma Cal's answer to the roaring twenties1

OFFICERS President ................................................

Veronica Dragna

Vice-president ............................................... Secretary ...................................................

S u n Weeks

Suzanne Sisman

Treasurer ................................................... Mary Ellen Uibel Advisers.........Dr. and Mrs. R. Elwood Backenstoss

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ELTA SIGMA SIGMA, better known as Callilogian (Cal), i s characterized by the spirit and unpretentious unity of its sisters. A binding

force strives for the ideal oneness in spite of separateness. Through the guidance of advisers, the Bs, comes the meaning of friendship and :/ loyalty. Spirit i s high when the sorority pulls together to produce the annual lntersorority Song Contest. The literary contest i s another high point of the year. Dad's Day, which follows, provides fun and laughter for everyone. The essence of sorority life at Centenarythe healthy cooperation and forming o f longlasting friendships and ideals-is certain to remain as long as love i s known.


T h e t a Epsilon N u

OFFICERS

President ............................................. Nancy Aufhammer Vice-president ....................................... Margaret Baxter Secretary ............................................................... Treasurer

a

House

Susan Gerhardy

Advisers ................................. Mr. and Mrs. John Hesse

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PPROXIMATELY one third of the girls at Centenary belong to Theta Epsilon Nu, or as it

i s more popularly known, Peithosophian (Peith).

Unity and spirit are characteristic o f all; and with the help of advisers, the Hesses, Peith par-

Peith's tribal heads greet visitors.

ticipates in such activities as Sweetheart Ball, Dad's Day, and the song, literary, and scholastic contests. "Happy are we; we live in unity" i s echoed as Peith girls strengthen the hands that hold them through the passing years.

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Top row- Susan Gerhardy, Dale House. Bottom row Margaret Baxter, Mrs. John Hers, co-adviser; Nancy Aufhammer.

An enthusiastic speaker rallies future pledges.


S i g m a Epsilon P h i OFFICERS President ............................................................ Vice-president ................................................... Secretary .........................................................

H E

e Foster n Boyd

Julie Cheshire

Treasurer ......................................................... Faith Tymeson Advisers .............................. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Dalton

IGMA EPSILON PHI, better known as Diokosophian (Doik), means seekers of wisdom. One third of the student body are sisters in this sorority. The motto "Sapiens est vis," or wisdom i s power, signifies the earnest search for wisdom and the promotion of literary and social harmony. The chief goal is to further promote sisterhood. The monthly meetings, advised b y the Daltons, in addition to some special ones at the time of important activities, consist of business and discussion concerning activities which Diok participates in during the year. These include rushing in the fall, tapping, initiation, song contest, Sweetheart Ball, literary contest, and Dad's Day. This year the sorority colors were changed to blue and white.

Top row-Helen Foster, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Dalton, advisers; Julie Cheshire. Bortorn row-Eileen Boyd, Faith Tymeson.

Open house mascots, Abel and Baker, ore strictly out of this world.

Step right up-it's Dick's open house.


Pool in Denman Gymnasium

Interior of Reeves Student Union Building

C Nursery School Play Area


Picnic Area

Athletic Field

Interior of the Centenary Little Theater


Peith's president, Susan Forrest, accepts Intersorority Song Contest award from President Seoy on behalf of her sorority.

Mulvary school shdenlr pQHtctpail6 in the &ring 1Wr EcrrFrr progrem.

Bunny Hop

Susan Forrest i s crowned queen of the Sweetheart Ball by President Edward W. Seay February 14, 1959.

Glamour Contest finalists, February 8, 1959.


Summit, N. J., high school wins the annual Theater-of-the-Air Contwt sponsored by WNTl

April 10, 1959.

dith Waters accepts souvenir from hosterring airlfne stewardess of the Freshman Formal A p ~ i 18, l 1959.

Residents of Spence Hall display their prize-winning sna\ sculpture during Winter Carnival March 1959.

lntersorority Trophy Contest won by Peithosophian.

The Little Theater's third production of the yeor, "Desk Set," was one of the features on Dad's Day.


Diokasophians enthusiostically receive Chief Lotsopoppas.

Miss Ruth Scarborough, 1959 dedicatee, accepts Rrst yearbook from Hack editor, Barbara Contestable, as President Seay applauds.

Perturbed fathers ponder their next move on Dad's Day May 9, 1959.

Students model the results of their handiwork at the annual fashion show.


Her court looks on as Barbara Cannell (second from left) learns of her selection as queen of the President's Ball.

The class of 1960 bids a singing farewell to graduates at the traditional Songs on the Steps.

Gayle Hanna and President Seay lead the recessional on Class Day June 5, 1959.

Proud father embraces lucky daughter, queen of the President's Ball.


Graduation moods.

Other members of thekrientation Committee, 1959-60.

:! Port of the Orientation Committee, 1959-60.


Sharon Scott breaks the ice, the climax of the Freshman Ice Breaker presented by the Orientation Committee.

The presenlation and signing o f the code of honor initiafes the school year.

Big Sister-Little Sister picnic, September 26, 1959.

Girls board buses for the first of many exchange dances held with students of nearby men's colleges and universities.

Lehigh, Lofayette, Princeton, ond Rutgers pay a visit.


It's Field Day-no classes!

Parents' Day brings the announcement of the Room Contest winners.

Seniors and their dotes pause far refreshment and canversalion at the Phi Thela Kappa Sock Hop October 23, 1959.


The grill i s the traditional meeting place for both faculty and students.

Ellen Kratz, author of So T h i s Is Centenary, points out some high lights of the cartoon book to President W. Seay as Susan Hewitt, editor of Spilled Ink, and Sandra Clungeon, editor of Hack, look on.

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Don't you dare speak1 It's the Mum and Hal dinner October 30, 1959.

The

bookstore is Centenary's center.

shopping


Students and faculty enjoy the monthly birthdoy teas held at the home of President and Mrs. Edward W. Seay.

Freshmen unite far their first class production as they present their talent show October 30, 1959.

Reeves Student Union Building is the scene of fun

night activities.

Seniors sit one out during their class Christmas formal December 12, 1959.


Susan Hewitt and Polly Egglestan stop for o chat with the maintenance crew.

Participants and students listen as a panel member clarifies his point during the annual religious emphasis week discussion.

Freshmen gain official status at the jacket ceremony January 8, 1960.


Top row-Geraldine Mace, Kimberly Breining, Miss Bette Rhoads, adviser; Sandra Smoll, Jean LaVecchia, Betty Nilssen, Anita Smiley. Bottom row-Pamela Mein, Ann Dothard,

Marilyn Miller,

Gail Eby. Not pictured-Diana Morton, Janice Auer.

Women's Athletic Association sentatives of intramural sports, presidents of Leaders' Corps, Aquatic, Dance, and Riding

OFFICERS President ...........................................................

Ann Dothard

Vice-president .......................................... Marilyn Miller Recording Secretary .................................Diane Morton Corresponding Secretary .....................Pamela Mein Treasurer ..................................................................... Advisbr

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Gail Eby

s Bette Rhoads

Clubs. This year's addition to the board i s the captain of the cheerleaders. Activities sponsored by WAA include management of intramural competition in team sports, intercollegiate sports with visiting colleges, individual tournaments, and such activities as faculty-student games. With this year's change in the intramural and intercollegiate program, every girl who participates in a sport may play in games regardless of whether she makes the varsity.

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HE Women's Athletic Association promotes

an interest in recreational activities and stimulates good sportsmanship and cooperation with the physical education department. The board i s made up of four officers, corresponding secretary, publicity manager, class repre-

High lights of the year are Field Day, the golf tournament, ski trip, bowling and skating parties, and the winter carnival. Prizes for success and achievement are made at an awards chapel in May.


Leaders' Corps

Riding Club

OFFICERS

OFFICERS President ............................................................ Anita Smiley

President ........................................................

Sandra Smoll

Secretary-Treasurer ........................Constance Adviser ........................................

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Gel~ke

. Alice Eherts

Vice-president ................................................ Secretary ......................................................

Janice Auer A w i n a Bloom

Treasurer .................................................................. Adviser

Joan Jolly

Miss Mary Frye

HE Leaders' Corps i s open to seniors who have successfully completed the course in sports theory and methods. It furnishes oppor-

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tunities for advanced training to those inter-

Great Meadows.

Top row--Marilyn Anderson, Barrie Allison, Mary Curtiss, Anita Smiley, Salley Huggler, Virginia Black, Gail Eby, Geraldine Moce. Bottom row-Ann Dothard, Sandra Smoll, Miss Alice Eherts, adviser; Constance Gelpke.

Top row-Jacquelyn Shea, Mary Anne Martin, Gail Sylvester, Jo Ann Hock, Karin von Rieck-Eggebert Wholey, Nancy Baker, Beverly Ekings, Kathleen Murphy, Deborah Hanson, Gail Rodgers. Secund row-Judi Clark, Janice Auer, Miss Mary Frye, adviser, and Anita Smiley. Bottom row-Joan Jolly, Diana Beck, Allwina Bloom.

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HE Riding Club, through the sponsorship of the Women's Athletic Association, stabled at and rode out of the Rocking E Ranch in

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ested in becoming leaders in sports or in the recreational field in general. The activities cover a wide area. Corps workers aid instructors in the physical education classes and serve as hostesses for visiting teams; they officiate, score, and time. The girls in Leaders' Corps contribute, assist, and use what they have learned not only for work at CCW but for future careers.

Activities included breakfast rides, a gymkana, paper chase, and a trip to the National Horse Show. Last event was the annual spring horse show where a trophy was awarded to the girls in the club who had shown the most cooperation, enthusiasm, and spirit.


Top row-Jo Ann Hock, Gail Donovan, Elsie Gillespie, Margaret Dexter, Judith Wisdom. Fifth row-Erica Dickinson, Ann Rice, Marilyn Parsons, Nancy Baker, Heather Allison. Fourth row--Carol Lee Fighero, Karen McElroy, Marijean Schotield, Natalie Weinberg, Mary Graves, Nancy

Biddlecombe. Third row-Dqrcas Allen, Louise Parker, Elaine Kinley, Kathryn Simon, Jeanne Eaglesham. Second rowGeraldine Mace, Nancy Baker, Gladys Seemuller, Verna Payer, Judi Clark, Miss Bette Rhoads, adviser. Boftom raw --Susanne Cady, Betty Nilssen, Lois Voorhees.

Aquatic Club

officers are chosen the first semester on the

OFFICERS

basis o f ability b y a six-member senior rating President ............................................................ Betty Nilssen Vice-president ..............................

Nancy Biddlecombe

board. Two freshmen are elected to office. Membership i s evenly divided between freshmen and seniors.

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Secretary

Gillespie Every

Treasurer ...................................................... Susanne Cady Adviser ............................................

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other

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presents

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aquatic show, a performance using colorful settings and props devised by members. Original costumes and effective lighting combine with the graceful,

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HE Aquatic Club provides an opportunity f o r students who enioy swimming to learn new

skills and rhythmic techniques.

Members and

synchronized movement of

the

swimmers. Each alternate year the club arranges a symposium, or swimming clinic, with other schools.


Terpsithores OFFICERS

President ........................................... Kimberly Breining Vice-president ........................................ Sherry Dixon Secretary ................................................... Ruth Hemminger Treasurer ...................................................... Adviser

Dona LeVan, Janet Mittell, Joyce Murdock, Susan Feaster, Karen McElroy. Not piciured-Barbara Margulus.

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HIS year the cheerleaders went all out to promote enthusiasm and spirit at the hockey, basketball, and softball games.

With the selection of three seniors and three freshmen, the cheerleaders organized and became more a part of the athletic program. Barbara Margulus, captain. Miss Lynn Morley, adviser.

Mary Ives, Sherry Dixon, Susan Eising, Nancy Lipschufz, Ruth Hemminger, Linda Berlinger, Kimberly Breining, Noel Gove, Linda Anderson, Carol lannuzzi, Judith Lawrence,

Carol lannuzzi

M i Lynn Morley

ANCE CLUB members are selected on a tryout basis. Main objectives are developing and improving dance techniques, providing opportunity for creativity and experience in performing. Every two years the club collaborates with other campus organizations in producing a musical. On alternate years concerts, workshops, and special programs are presented. This year a religious chapel in dance was added to the schedule. The club also performs at the annual President's Ball.

Cynthia Maxcy, Miss Lynn Morley, adviser; Aldrich Shoup, Diane McAfee, Grace Schweitzer.


1959 VARSITY TENNIS Top row-Sally Ricker, Grace Pastore, Lucinda Thomas, Goil Parks, Barbara Connell. Bottom row-Nancy Aufhammer, Sally Betts, Barbara Hatcher, Kathryn Simon.

VARSITY HOCKEY Top row-Miss Bette Rhoads, coach; Jemne Toothi!l, Sally Murphy, Diane Morton, Constance Gelpke, Cynthia Crandell, Mary Ellen Uibel, Margery Newbaker, Linda Berlinger, Harriet Hompton, Carol Mante. Botfom row-Beth Lorenz, Gail Eby, Solley Huggler, Barrie Allison, Suzanne Sisman.

Moravian College Queens College Adelphi College Montclair State College

Lacrosse players in action during a practice sersion.

1959 FRESHMAN SOFTBALL Bottom row-Jean LaVecchia, Barrie Allison, Laurie Horner, Marilyn Miller, Ellen Kratz, Marjorie Axt.


1960 SCHEDULE Feb. 15-Drew University Feb. 17-Queens College Feb. 22-Moravian College Feb. 24-Upsala

College

Feb. 29-Marywood College Mar.

1-Douglass

College

VARSIN BASKETBALL Top row--Mary Ellen Uibel, Sandra Srnoll, Janice Auer, Jean Toolhill, Carol Manle, Beverly Turner, Margie Hinkel. BoHorn row-Gail Eby, Verna Payer, Marilyn Miller, Barrie Allison, Jean LaVecchia, Dona LeVan, Ann Pentecost.

All eyes are on the ball as a player tries to score a polnr.

Two players seek to recapture the ball.

Onlookers watch carefully as student bowler tries for a strike ball.


Top, left-Winners of the Ruth Abramson Trophy, Queens Co!lege annual invitation women's swim meet for 1959. Top row-Nancy Biddlecombe, Christie Foster, Elizabeth Salter, Miss Bette Rhaads, coach. Second rowMary Graves, Jean Wisdom, Elsie Gillespie, Judith Wisdom. Botfom row -Judith Clark.

Top, right-Members of the aquatic symposium April 11, 1959, line up for the next number.

Terpsichores present an interpretation of "Pursuit."

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Sandor Nagy instructs students on proper fencing techniques.

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Miss Alice Eherfs answers a question posed by crne of her mhoty students.


A fast stroke sends the birdie across the net.

Players leap to return a fast moving ball.

Sally Leon and Barbara Bafchie watch their professional Instrucfor tee off.


Whitney Chapel

Radio Station W N T l Main Studio


Dining Room in The Edward W. Seay Administration Building

Main Parlors of The Edward W. Seay Administration Building


Campus Visitors

rn Dr. John Harold McCombe.

The Reverend John Harold McCombe, pastor of Asbury Methodist Church, Crestwood, N. Y., directed the annual religious emphasis week, which opened with vespers February 15, 1959. Dr. McCombe conducted services Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings and participated in a series of evening programs arranged by the Guild. This was the third consecutive year that Dr. McCombe preached in Whitney Chapel. Dedication of WNTI, Centenary's radio station, took place March

4, 1959. Dr. George Crothers, director of Public Service Broadcasts, Columbia Broadcasting System News, gave the principal address for the ceremony which was broadcast from Whitney Chapel. Preceding the official dedication were live programs by students 'I and tabed congratulatory messages from leaders in education, religion, and government. John T. Cunningham, staff feature writer for the Newark News, delivered the Charter Day address March 1, 1959. Mr. Cunningham, a recognized authority of New Jersey history, has written four books on this state. May 3, 1959, the music department presented contralto Mary Mackenzie. Miss Mackenzie's selections included an excerpt from the opera Carmen and several folk songs.


Dr. D. Elton Trueblood.

Yale University Glee Club.

The Yale University Glee Club, directed by

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Paul Thomas, sang in the main parlors November 7, 1959.

Dr. D. Elton Trueblood, professor of philosophy, Earlham College, preached at vespers in Whitney Chapel May 24, 1959. Dr. Trueblood, who received his degree of doctor of philosophy from Johns Hopkins University, has received honorary doctorates from several universities and has been visiting lecturer on many cam-

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Gyorgy Sandor, pianist.

puses. Hungarian-born,

master-pianist Gyorgy Sun-

dor presented a recital October 11, 1959. He made his American debut in 1939; since then he has bepn an outstanding personality on American stages. Miss Josephine Schain, member of the board of directors of UNICEF, discussed "The Individual in Today's World" at the first convocation of the college year September 27, 1959. Miss Schain i s a graduate of the Law School of the University of Minnesota.

Josephine Schain, honor conyocotion speaker.

Sir Carl Berendsen.


Dr. Benjamin E. Mays.

Richavd Hey, marriage counselor.

Sir Carl

August

Berendsen

spoke on

the

"United Nations Anniversary" October 25, 1959. Sir Carl, a New Zealander, has been a member of United Nations Organizations since 1944. Richard N. Hey, supervisor of education for marriage and family living from the Marriage Council of Philadelphia, talked on "The Problems of Getting Ready for Marriage" November

22, 1959. Dr. Hey spoke at Tuesday and Thurs-

day chapels and was avalable for individual counseling throughout the week. Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, who has been rated one of the top twenty American preachers, addressed convocation November 2 2 , 1959. Dr. Mays i s president of Morehouse College for Men, Atlanta, Ga. He was named on the Shomberg Honor Roll as one of twelve Negroes who have done outstanding work in building better race relations in America.

Rufgers University Glee Club.


Rutgers University Glee Club, under the direction of F. Austin Walter, appeared here October 31, 1959. Dr. Howard Anderson, pastor of the University Church, Bloomington, Ind., and chaplain to students of the Christian Church at Indiana University, began the 1960 religious emphasis week with convocation January 10. Dr. Anderson took as his theme for the week "The Relevance of Religion for Our Day." His topics included "All Men Are Created Equal," "I Am Responsible," and "I Am Honest." Dr. Anderson holds the degree of bachelor of divinity from Butler Univer-

Philip J. Scharper, editor of New York publishing house Sheed and Ward, Inc., analyzed "Prophesy and the Modern Novel" at convocation February 14, 1960. Mr. Scharper authors articles on religio-cultural subjects. Formerly he was assistant professor of English at Fordham University and associate editor of The Commonweal. He received an M.A. in education and his Ph.D. from Georgetown University and an M.A. in English from Fordham.

Phillip Scharper. Levin and McGraw, piano duel.

sity; he received from the same school the honorary degree of doctor of divinity.

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Levin and McGraw, well-known piano duetists, appeared as guest artists when the Centenary Singers performed at Town Hall, New York City, April 3, 1959. They are the first piano duetists to win critical acclaim for playing music originally composed for four hands a t one piano. Their program included the music of Stravinski, Berlioz, and a set of variations on children's nursery rhymes.


Cortez Peters, holder of world's portable typing championship and winner of world's professional accuracy award, gave a demonstration January 19, 1960. He was sponsored by the R. D. Crim and Royal Typewriter Company. His official record i s 141 net five-stroke words per minute for one continuous hour. Top ranking badminton players, Miss Abbie Rutledge and John Lieb, conducted a clinic in Reeves Student Union Building November 23. Miss Rutledge, Midwestern champion a t present associated with Adelphi College, Garden City, N. Y., and Mr. Lieb of San Diego, Calif., were members of the United States championship badminton team at the International Matches which took place in South America and England in 1956. Rabbi Martin Weitz, rabbi of the Temple Beth Israel, Atlantic City, N. J., was a participant in a panel discussion Tuesday, January 12, 1960. Representatives of five FM radio stations met at Centenary January 14, 1960, to formulate plans for an FM educational radio station. Representatives o f WDFM of the University of Pennsylvania, WNYC of New York City, WGPA of Bethlehem, Pa., and WPPA of Pottsville, Pa., made plans for the network. The first program originated live out of WNYC February 21. The network i s to-be expanded eventually to include some fifteen stations from Canada to Washington, D. C., and as far west as Pittsburgh. The Centenary station i s the only leg o f the station in New Jersey.

Cortez Peters, typing champion. Badminton champs Donald Kerr, Abbie Rutledge, Helen Tepke, and John Lieb at badminton clinic November 23,

1959. Rabbi Martin M. Weitz.

Educational FM network organization meeting, January 14, 1960. Top row-R. Barry Fulton, program director; Keith Stevens, special events director; Jim Brown, station monoger; Harris M. Su!livan, chief engineer, all of WDFM; Elizabeth Shimer, r a d i o / ~ V head, WNTI; A. V. Tidmore, owner WPPA; Joan Haley, business manoger WDFM; L. Edwin Rybak, chief engineer WGPA and consulting engineer WNTI; Mrs. Seymour Siegel, WNYC; Arthur C. McCracken, manoger WGPA. Bottom row-Harold E. Nelson, general manager WDFM, Penn State, and Seymour N. Siegel, director WNYC, New York.


The Centenary Alumni Association has extended honorary membership i n the association to faculty and staff who have served the college for ten years. Top row-Miss Ruth Scarborough, librarian; Mrs. Shirley Thomas, secretary to the president; Paul Gardner, bursar; Mrs. Mabel Kelley, admissions counselor; William Armstrong, superintendent of buildings and grounds, and Dr. Ernest R. Dalton, assistant to the president and divisional chairman of social science. Second row-Mrs. Hilda Sherry, assistant receptionist; Mrs. Jean Palmer, college receptionist; Mrs. Ida

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N Y former student of Centenary Collegiate Institute, Centenary Junior College, or Cen-

tenary College for Women who has attended the school for at least one semester shall be a member of the Centenary Alumni Association. So states the bylaws. Active alumni are those persons who, by paying dues and contributing to the Annual Giving Fund, realize and appreciate what their college has done for them. They are aware of the need for all of us to share with the trustees, administrators, and faculty in the task of guiding the future of the college. The association consists of the national association and ten organized chapters. The chapters, along with the national association, work toward promoting a spirit of fellowship and good will toward the college. The chapters are smaller groups, so situated to make it. easier for the girls to meet socially or for business. Whether or not a girl lives in an area that has an organized chapter, she i s welcome to attend any alumni mnction, because no matter where. she is, she i s a Centenary alumna. The National Alumni Association holds its big reunion and meeting in May on the campus. The combined fund, the one appeal, cons is:^ of national dues and the Living Endowment Fund. Through the Living Endowment Fund we financially contribute to the needs of the college.

Kugelman, assistant nurse; Mrs. Gilberta Heaslip, art; Miss Elizabeth Gregory, clothing; W. Norman Groyson, divisional chairman of fine arts. Bottom row-Miss Agnes Sheehan, secretarial studies; Miss Margaret E. Hight, dean of the college; Miss Helen Morgan, admissions ofice executive assistant; Mrs. Ann Fitzgerald, director of dormitories; Miss Alexandria Spence, assistant deoa and divisional chairman of practical and applied arts. Not pictured-Dr. H. Graham DuBois, English; Howard Knapp, art; Mrs. Helen Lott, secretarial studies, and Mrs. Theresa Steward, maintenance.

Alumni Association

Miss Grace Lewis, president of the Alumni Association. Miss Margaret RahReld, director of alumni services.


Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar B. Abell Mr. and Mrs. Thurston R. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Simon Alpern Alfonso Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andersen Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. George Appel James Armour Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Auer Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. E. George Ball Mr. and Mrs. M. Watson Bardwell Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Barkwill Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Batchie Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Baur Mr. and Mrs. Rexford L. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Beier Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clifford Bergh Mr. and Mrs. Barney Berlinger Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Bernard Mr. and Mrs. George J. Bisacca Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Black Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Whitmore Blodgett Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Bodor Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. H. Boepple Mr. and Mrs. John D. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. P. 0.Brandt Mrs. William Brewster Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Brock Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Broyhill Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bryfogle Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Buhler Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Canger, Jr. :/ Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. V. Cann

Lucille Cardon Mr. and Mrs. G. Louis Carner Sidney Catling Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Christiansen Mr. and Mrs. F. Clarihew Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Clungeon Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Cork

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cox Mr. and Mrs. John 'oyle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Harrison M. Davis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony de Genaro Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon Maxwell Dopson Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dothard Mr. and Mrs. V. Dragna, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John C. Dumler Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Du Puy Mr. and Mrs. B. ,Frank Eby Dr. and Mrs. John N. Eggleston Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Eising Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ekings, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Epps Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. William R. Evan: Professor and Mrs. Nicholas S. Falcone Dr. and Mrs. Louis G. Farris S. Byard Feaster Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Feiler Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Fierro Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Fighera W. 0.Fleming Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fobes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. ,Foster, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mackenzie Foster Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Fredericks Mr. and Mrs. George F. Gaede Mr. and Mrs. A. Gelpke Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gerhardy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Gerhart Mr. and Mrs. Clive H. Gilbert Mrs. Richard H. Gingras Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glassman Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gleim, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gordon, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Burton Gove Mr. and IArs. John F. Graff


Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gutman Dr. and Mrs. C. Fremont Hall Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Russell Halliday Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Halvorsen Mr. and Mrs. H. Lloyd Hanson Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Haskins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heimert, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hemminger Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henrich Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hergesheimer Mr. and Mrs. F. John Herrmann Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hewitt ~ h H ~ c y e @ . Mr. and Mrs. John R. Honegger Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Hornikel Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Horstmeyer Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin House Mr. and Mrs. George L. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. John Hurley Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Jacobsen Mr. and Mrs. Norbert H. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Jaff6 Benn W. Jesser Mr. and Mrs. Norris 0. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Loewinger Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Long Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Lotz Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Luther Mrs. Greene McAfee Dr. and Mrs. John J. McAleese Norman F. McDonough Harry E. McElroy Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Maccubbin Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mace Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Malnati Margaret and Edward Mante Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Martin, Jr. t ; a-n c ~ h a r l e r ) v S a r ~ ~M Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Maxcy Mr. and Mrs. Alex D. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Maylone Anne B. Megargee Mr. and Mrs. Stewart B. Mein, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Felton Metcalf Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Spencer A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Morse Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Motchane Mrs. Thomas Murdock Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Murphy

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Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufmann Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Keely

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Kern Mr. and Mrs. John H. Koch Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Koelln Mr. and Mrs. S. Kolokowsky Mr. and Mrs. S. Kover, Jr. Mr. Ahd Mrs. Sheldon M. Kressler

i!&LLamaacawc---Mrs. S. Lavin Mr. and Mrs. Richard La Vecchia Dr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lichtig Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Lindner Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Litchfield Mr. and Mrs. C. Charlton Lobb

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Neary Mr. and Mrs. Angus G. Neaves, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold L. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Nemetz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nicol Mr. and Mrs. Beni. Nigrosh Mr. and Mrs. N. Matthew Nilssen Mr. and Mrs. William F. Nodop *4 *d.* k&mMiss Frances Nutt Mr. and Mrs. Chase Osborn, 111 Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Ostergard Mr. and Mrs. James R. E. Ozias Mr. and Mrs. Herman B. Packard


Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pascale Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Payer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pieper Mrs. J. D. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Power Price Associates, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Norman F. Rathert E. V. Reichstetter Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Richter Mr. and Mrs. Allan M. Rinehart Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Robblee Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ronalder Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinano D. Rose Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rose, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ross Mr. and Mrs. John Rossi Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Rowe Ruby's Market Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Rushforth

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Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Sandfort Mr. and Mrs. John Sauer Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sayles Mr. and Mrs. John R. Schackne Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schmitz Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Schuetz Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Schutte Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Seamans Mr. and Mrs. Mishal A. Securda Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert J. Seemuller Mr. and Mrs. Johnston B. Shimer Mr. and Mrs. Ransom F. Shoup The Simon Family Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Skelton Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Small Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Dean Davidge Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Springman Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stanley

Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr.

and Mrs. C. W. Stephens and Mrs. S. Logan Stirling Charles Gilmore Stone and Mrs. F. H. Strawbridge, Jr. and Mrs. Frederick Sylvester

Mr. and Mrs. William Tanis Mr. and Mrs. Clayton B. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David D. Thomas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thornton Barbara Tichenor Mr. and Mrs. George Tjaden Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Truppo Dr. and Mrs. Norman E. Tymeson Mr. and Mrs. E. F. J. Uibel Mr. and Mrs. John C. Van Riper Elspeth and Charles Van Wetering Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Veldran Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Voorhees Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warren Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Waters The Rev. and Mrs. David Coleman Watson Mrs. J. G. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Weber Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Weeks Mr. and Mrs. John R. West Mr. and Mrs. James W. Whearley Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. Whitacre Mr. and Mrs. John H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Willoughby Mr. and Mrs. Gerald N. Wiseman Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wishart Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wittich Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Worthington Mr. and Mrs. Marshall P. Yea:rnan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zacher Mr. and Mrs. Viclor E. Zoeller A Friend


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Our association with you in photographing the Hack this year has been a most pleasurable one. W e shall miss your faces and your friendship.

To each of you we offer our best wishes and good luck in the attainment of the goals Centenary has helped to set.

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'Abell, Constonce Vivian, B. March l b 5 0 , 121, 130 162 Inwood Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. Adoms, June Etto-100 The Edword W. Seay Administrotion Building-187 'Allen, Dorcos Winslow, B. Aug. 8-73, 154 1 Hampton Rd., Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. Allen, Janet S m i t L 1 0 0 Alexander, Robert-21 'Allison, Borrie Hamilton, B. Jan. 729,121,122,153,156,157 84 Park Ave., Branxville, N. Y. 'Allison, Elvo Lege, B. Feb. S 8 0 26 Stratford PI., Binghomton, N. Y. Allison, Heather Homilton-100, 123, 124, 154 'Alpern, Barbora, B. March 5-46 821 Ridgeview Dr., Pittsburgh 28, Pa. Alumni Association-169 Alvorez, Corlo Maria-100, 129 Anderren, Linda Christine-100, 155 'Anderson, Borboro Gail, B. Oct. 1 6 2 7 , 87 10 Delwaod Ave., Chotham, N. J. Anderson, Dr. Howard-167 120, 121 Anderson, Mrs. Marcy S.-18, *Anderson, Marilyn, B. Oct. 28-57, 153, 156 3 North Lone, Barrington, R. I. 'Andraws, Susan Dunning, B. Oct. 955, 121, 126, 127, 130, 131 165 Sagamore Rd., Millburn, N. J. Appel, Katherine Ann-100 Aquatic Club-154 Arfmann, Janet-100 Armour, Gwendolyn Florence-100, 126, 127 169 Armstrang, Mr. William C., Jr.-19, Art Club--1 29 Arvidson, Lois Claire--100 Ashton, Nancy Carol-100 Athletic Field-139 'Atwater, Helen Jean, B. Sept. 24--43, 91, 119 33 Dogwood Rd., West Orange, N. J. Aver, Janice May-100, 152, 153, 157 *Aufhammer, Noncy Alan, B. Feb. 1 4 3 2 , 120, 133, 134, 156 Gibson Island, Md. Augur, Valerie Jo Ann-100, 126 *Axt, MorjoriqjAnn, B. Nov. 7-60, 117, 156 O l d Mill Rd., Sea Girt, N. J. Bach's Drug Store-174 Backenstors, Mrs. Lois-1 5, 133 Backenstoss, Dr. R. Elwood-14, 133 'Bailey, Brendo Lynne, B. July 2 0 - 4 8 , 122, 129 540 American Ave., Dover, Del. Baker, Nancy Elizobeth-100, 153, 154 'Baker, Nancy Frances, 8. Dec. 2 b 8 0 , 154 237 So. Choncellor St., Newtown, Po. Boldwin, Ann Elizabeth-100 *Ball, Jean Ann, B. Oct. 1 3 4 8 , 132

32445 Jackson Rd., Chagrin Falls, Ohro *Bardwell, Ina Louise, B. Jan. 1 0 - 4 1 120 Huntleigh Ave., Foyetteville, N. Y. Borkwill, Barbaro Hine- 100 Barnes, Hugh E.-12 Borr, Ann Elizabeth-100 Bartholomey, Mrs. Edwina-20 'Batchie, Barbara Jeanne, B. Feb. 234, 91, 118, 120, 125, 126, 157 Austin Rd., Mohopoc, N. Y. 'Baur, Corol Joan, B. April 2-72 9 Poddington Circle, Bronxville, N. Y. 'Boxler, Margaret Ruth, B. April 1582, 125, 126, 127, 133, 134 98 Curren Dr., Elmira, N. Y. 'Bear, Sandra Allison, B. Dec. 9-77, 117, 125, 126, 127 345 Lynbraoke Rd., Springfield, Delaware County, Po. 'Beck, Diano Jeanne, B. March 23-71, 153 6920 Cresheim Rd., Philadelphia 19, Po. Becker, Nancy Jane-100, 130 Beier, Connie Edna-100 Bell, Jr., Ann-100 'Benish, Lynn Diano, B. Aug. 9-81, 121, 125, 126 137 Hortsdale Rd., White Ploins, N. Y. Berendsen, Sir Carl-165 Bergen-Possaic Chapter-187 Bergh, Borboro Arlene- 100 'Berlinger, Linda Lenore, B. July 11-29, 155, 156 1442 W. Ashbourne Rd., Wyncote, Pa. 'Bernard, Heather Lynne, B. Sept. 26-29, 120, 121 22 McBride Ave., White Ploins, N. Y. Besecker, Harry-21 Betts, Judson-1 7 'Betts. Sally Elizabeth, B. Jan. 1 1 3 4 , 142, 156, 176 17 Sylvan Rd., Darien, Conn. Biddlecombe, Noncy Anne--100, 125, 126, 127, 154, 158 Bidwell, Barbara Joan-100 Bigelow, Miss Mary D.-12, 110, 118, 119, 120 Bingham, Mrs. Marjorie 1 . ~ 1 5 'Bisocco, Dorothy Helen, B. July 1-6, 128 Eastover, Lenox, Moss. *Bishop, Lynn Frances, B. June 2 4 5 Route 45, Budd Lake, N. J. 'Black, Virginia Flory, B. Nov. 18-43, 153 Loch Rd., Franklin Lakes, N. J. Blitz, Dorothy Virginia-100 'Blodgett, Barbaro Ann, B. May 6 4 8 51 Enclosure, Nutley 10, N. 1. Bloom, Allwina Keller-100, 126, 127, 153 Blue Coal Corporation-1 86 'Bodor, Barbara Margaret, B. March 1 6 5 7 214-33 33rd Rd., Bayside, N. Y. *Boepple, Elsa Ruth, B. April 2 5 4 5 Deer Track Lane, Valley Cottage, N. Y. *Bogdonowicz, Dorothy Ann, B. June 1&81 Box 337-A, Hackettstown, N. 1. Book Club- 130


dookstore-147 Bourdelois, Joan Corol-100 'Boyd, Eileen Genevieve, B. Sept. 15-30, 135 176 N. Broadway, Nyock, N. Y. Boyer, Margaret M a c y 1 0 0 'Brandt, Mory Josephine, B. Feb. 19-37, 91, 120, 130, 131 14 Ridgetop Dr., Richmond Hts. 17, Mo. 'Breining, Kimberly Glori, B. Oct. 1 Q 3 8 , 120, 152, 155 483 Jerusalem Rd., Cohasset, Mass. 'Brewster, Stella Yotes, B. Sept. 3-35, 91, 117, 125, 126, 127, 129 Bond Rd., Kittery Point, Me. 'Brock, Barbara Ruth, B. March 28-59 59 Cloremont Ave., Bloomfield, N. J. Brotherton, Fred J.-12 Brotherton, Inc., Fred J.-179 Brotherton Hall-24 'Brown, Barbara Ann, B. Jan. l k 8 2 , 11 7 204 Andover Rd., Fairless Hills, Pa. 'Brown, Diana Stanley, B. April 14-39, 128 144 Merriweather Rd., Grosse Point Farms 36, Mich. Brown, Jim-1 68 Brown, John-21 *Broyhill, Linda Jone, B. Feb. 2 7 4 5 Box 794, Lenoir, N. C. 'Bryfogle, Goil Elaine, B. Nov. 30- 44 508 S. Main St., Muncy, Pa. Buchert, Solly Minette-100 Bufington, Ellen Ruth-100, 126, 127 'Buhler, Joonne Frances, B. Sept. 13-67 61 Brunswick Rd., Cedar Grove, N. J. Bullock, Linda-100, 126, 127, 129 Burnett, Barbara Anne-101, 124 'Button, Joan Charlton, B. March 24;-84, 40 Hickory Dr., Maplewood, N. J. Byers, Susan Louis+lOl Byron, Suson Cothrine--101 'Cady, Susanne, B. Jan. 1 3 4 2 , 154 Avon, Cann. Calder, Norma Coverly-101 'Colvert, Judith Ellen, B. July 4--87, 118 Church School Rd., Doylestown, Pa. Camera C l u b 1 29 Compion, Mae Elizabeth-101 Campus Sundial-25 Conger, Madelynne R.-101 Cann, Elizabeth Fairlie-101 Cordon, Lucy-Mortine-101 *Carnetu!Mortha Carol, B. Aug. 1 7 - 4 , 130 5755 Broadway. Indianapolis, Ind. Corpenter, Ottilie Elizabeth-101 *Casebolt, Nancy Lee, B. Oct. 4-65, 124 90 Cedar Court, Cheshire, Conn. Casazza, Corolyn Joyce-101, 121 Catino, Judith May-101, 121 Catling, Anita Patricia-101, 126, 127 Covonaugh, Richard-21 Cowood, Judith Anna--101, 121 Centenary Little Theater-139 Centenary Singers-129 Central Connecticut Ghapter-184

Chace, Constance-1 01 Cholfant, Mory Ann-101 *Chamberlain, Joan Elton, B. Feb. 6 7 3 , 129 70 Fremont St., Apt. 4-J, Bridgeport, Conn. Chapel Choir-127 'Chaplin, Koy Jean, B. Feb. 18-56 1600 East Ave., Rochester 10, N. Y. Cheerleaders-1 55 'Cheshire, Julie, B. Sept. 2 5 6 0 , 91, 117, 129, 135 937 N. Monroe St., Ridgewood, N. J. Cheyney, Mrs. Edith-19 Childs, Lois Elaine-101 Chorale-124 Chowonski, Stell-21 *Christiansen, Gail Marie, B. March 30-31,91, 118, 120, 121 24 Old Salem Rd., West Orange, N. J. Christenson, Lois Diane-101 Clorihew, Barbara Ann-101, 121 Clark, Carole-101 Clark, Mrs. Sam H.-12 'Clark, Judith Anne, B. Nov. 4-38, 124, 153, 154, 158 1 North Ct., Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. Class of 1 9 6 G 1 7 5 Class of 1961-177 'Clungeon, Sandra Christie, B. Aug. 81,30,91, 120, 132, 147 8505 Polton Rd., Philadelphia 18, Po. 'Cootes, Gail Christine, B. April 7-26, 35, 117, 125, 126 339 Hillcrest Ave., Trenton, N. J. Coca-Cola Bottling Company-176 Cohen, Bette Sue--101 Commencement-147 Comstock, Nancy Jane-101 Connell, Barbara-143, 156 Contestable, Barbara-142 Cook, Nellie- 21 20 Cool, Mrs. Gladys R.Cooley, Nancy Lee--102, 126, 127 'Copeland, Mary Jone, B. March 31-59 69 S. Manning Blvd., Albany, N. Y. Corbett, Judy Ann-102 *Cork, Ann Willard, B. Dec. 1-33 4605 Staunton Ave., Charleston 4, W. Vo. 'Cornell, Janet Helen, 0. Oct. 13-75, 123 1493 Wyoming Ave., Schenectody, N. Y. Cosmopolitan Club-131 Cotrell & Leonard, lnc.-184 Couzens, Dona Joyce-102 Cowart, Brindo-90 'Cox, Doris Ellen, B. Oct. 2-71 218 Varsity Ave., Princeton, N. J. Coyle, Susan-102 Crandell, Cynthia Howley-102, 126, 127, 155 Creveling, Bette Jane-102 Crothers, Dr. George-164 Crowe, Miss Ellen-16 Cunningham, John T.-164 'Curtiss, Mary Bunnell, B. Dec. 10-75, 121, 153, 156 22550 Calverton Rd., Shaker Hts. 22, Ohio Curtiss, Robert S.-12 Dad's Day-1 42 Dalton, Mrs. Ellen 8.-16,

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Dalton, Dr. Ernest R.13, 135, 169 D'amato, Nicholas-185 Dannef, Teresa-21 Dannef, Wendell-21 Datesman, Helen Barbara-102, 129 Davidson, Eunice Sara-102 *Davis, Arden Laird, B. Dec. 31-26, 86, 91, 120, 130 17 N. Crescent, Maplewood, N. J. 'Davis, Margaret El!en, B. April 632, 120, 125, 126, 127, 129, 156 Echo Rock, Box 162, Cornwall, N. Y. Davis, Dr. Rolph E.12 Dawley, Barbara Ann-102 Day, Barbara Gayle-102 'de Genero, Rita Frances, B. Feb. 7-74 279 Elm Ave., Teaneck, N. J. Dehann, M a r p i 1 Delta Psi Omeg-141 Delta Sigma Sigma-133 Summit, N. J., High School-141 Denman Gymnasium-115 Pool-1 38 Interior-1 62 Devins, Carolyn M i c h a e C l O 2 Dexter, Margaret McAllister-102, 154 Dickinson, Erica Patricia--102. 129, 154 Dining Room-163 Dixon, Sherry Anne-102, 117, 155 Dobrowolski, Adam-21 Dolon, Patricia Ann-102 Donovan, Gail-102, 154 Dopson, Donno Anne-102 Dorcas, Mrs. N e l l i e 1 9 *Dothard, Ann Karpeles, B. March 30--30, 110, 120, 152, 153 6143 Nassau St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. Doud, Miss Katherine M.-19 'Dragno, Veronica Anne, B. Sept. 2832, 120, 125, 126, 127, 133 573 Winthrap Rd., W. Englewood, N. J. Droke, Marilyn Gibbs-103, 121 DuBois, Mrs. H. Graham-130 DuBois, Dr. H. Graham-14, 130, 169 DuBois Hall-24 Dumler, Jane Marie--102 Dunbor, Miss Martha-14, 129 Dunn, Karen Ellen-102 'DuPuy, Susette, B. March 2 6 7 4 , 125, 126, 127, 129 364 North St., Greenwich, Conn. Dutko, John-21

:! 'Eaglesham, Jeanne Plimley, B. March 2-2, 154 391 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 'Eby, Gail, B. Ju!y 20--50, 152, 153, 156, 157 323 Windsor Ave., Wayne, Pa. *Eggledan, Polly Stuart, B. July 9-28, 91, 120, 123, 149 75 Prospect Street, Milford, Conn. Eherts, Miss Alice--17, 153, 158 Eising, Susan-102, 155 *Ekings, Beverly Colt, B. Aug. 6 7 7 , 153 3 Ravine Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 'Elford, Susan, B. Oct. 27-85 95 Palmer Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y.

'Ellis, Margaret Jane, B. April 6-58 Wintergreen Hill, Painesville, Ohio Ellsworth, Heidi Elissa-103, 130 Ensign, Barde Kingsley-103 'Ephrussi, Alexandra Elizabeth Margaret, B. July 271, 124, 129 241Avenue of the Americas, New York 14, N. Y. Epps, Susan Devereux-103 'Erickson, Charlotte Clapton, B. Oct.,7-82 1172 Mansion Ave., Collingswood, N. J. 'Evans, Janine Elise, B. Aug. 1-30, 123, 125 George St., Harrington Park, N. J. Eversharps-125 Faculty R e s i d e n c e l o , 11 Fagan, Doris-20 Fairfleld County Chapter-187 *Fatcone, Patricia Ann, B. June 1-74 265 Cook Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Farris, Donna Louis-103 Fashion Show-142 *Fausel, Carol Louise, B. Oct. 2 0 6 4 , 129 69 Hawthorne Ave., Glen Ridge, N. 1. 'Feaster, Susan Greer, B. May 6-86, 155 391 North Broad, Pennsgrove, N. J. Feiler, Eleanor Bertha-103 Ferry, Joseph R.-12 Fessler, John-21 Fierro, Joyce Alice-103 'Fighero, Carol Lee, B. Nov. 30-76, 117, 154 Lower State Rd., Doylestown, Pa. Fippin, Sue-103, 129 Fisher, John G.-16, 128 Fitzgerald, Mrs. Ann-18, 169 Fitzhugh, Margaret Elizabeth-103 Fleming, Susan Jane-103, 121 Fobes, Eilzabeth Kirk-103, 121, 126, 127 99 Forbes, Miss Phyllis M.-14, Force, Mabel D.-20 Ford, Mrs. Jane W.-20 Forrest, Susan-140 Forster, Priscilla Barton-103, 130, 131 Foster, Christie Ann-103, 124, 158 'Foster, Helen Bradley, B. Dec. 7 - 3 3 , 91, 120, 135 Glen Oban Farm, Route 1, Box 2, Arnold, Md. 124 Foster, Jan MacKenzie-103, Foster, Margot North-103 Foster and L e e 182 Fowler, Richard C.-12 'Fowler, Nancy Brooks, B. Jan. 6 3 9 , 120, 130 Ridge Rd., West Oronge, N. J. Fredericks, Judith May-103 Frederickson, Elna Wilt-103 7, 17, 27, 153 Frye, Miss Mary E.Fulton, R. Barry-168 'Gaede, Carol Wyder, B. Aug. 1 3 - 4 1 O l d Woods Rd., Saddle River, N. 1. Gaff, Nancy Helen-103 Gansz, Mr. George-15, 124, 125, 127, 129 Gardella, Jack-21 Gardner, Barbara-103


Gordner, Mr. Poul T.18, 169 Gorretson, Elizobeth Ann-103 Gost, Judith Adele-103 'Gelpke, Constance Mae, B. Feb. 2-51, 153, 156 629 Col. Dewees Rd., Glenhordie Farms, Wayne P. 0.. Pa. George, Mrs. Rheta--16, 122 George, Mr. Stefan-1, 13, 122 *Gerhordy, Susan Mary, B. May 2-83, 133, 134 8253 North River Rd., Milwoukee 17, Wis. 'Gerhort, Gail Elsa, B. Aug, 6 6 2 21051 Avolon Dr., Rocky River 16, Ohio Gibison, Alice Nevin-103, 121 'Gibson, Susan Thomas, B. Aug. 2-86, 130 1824 Selma Ave., Youngstown 4, Ohio Gilbert, Elizobeth Ann-103, 126, 127 Gillespie, Elsie Kloyer-103, 154, 158 Gilmore, Mrs. Lillian-20 'Gingras, Noncy Wallace, B. Jan. 17-87 33 Franklin St., Annapolis. Md. Glaettli, Dr. Walter E.14, 93, 131 Glossman, Horriett Joyce- 103 'Gleim, Judith Ann, B. July 1 6 5 3 , 132 596 Seminole St., Orodell, N. J. 'Glenn, Noncy Elizobeth, B. Dec. 25-57 E. Saddle River Rd., Saddle River, N. J. Godwin, Constance Springer-103 Goodridge, Beth Ann-103 Gordon, Mrs. A l i c e 1 4 Gordon, Jocqueline Elizabeth-103, 126 Gosser, Albert-21 'Gove, Noel, B. Dec. 28-84, 155 89 Bacon St., Winchester, Mass. Grace, Eileen Susan-103 'Groff, Karen Truesdole, B. May 1-71, 128 80 Woodland Pork Dr., Tenofly, N. J. Gronsaull, Sandro May-104 Groves, Mary Meodor-105, 154, 158 Grayson, Mr. W. N o r m o n 4 3 1 , 169 Green, Kate MocBeth-104, 121 Gregory, Miss Elizabeth-16, 92, 169 Griggs, Glorio-90, 91 Grill-14 7 Grogon, Victoria-21 Grover, Elizabeth-21 Guild-123 *Gutman, Suson Mae, B. July 4 6 7 , 122 35 Sanford Lone, Stamford. Conn. Hock-1 17 153, 154 Hock, Jo,An-104, ~ockelts'townDoiry Company-182 Hackettstown Gazette-174 Hockettstown Nurseries, lnc.-184 Hockettstown Village Bakery-182 Hackettstown Window Cleaning Company-184 Hogemann, Janet Louise-104 'Hoines, Mary Bowman, B. Feb. 2-50, 128 8011 Crefeld St., Philadelphia 18, Pa. Haley, Joan-168 Hall, Anne Louise-104 Hall, Millicent Emily-104 'Hallidoy, Jean, B. June 6 7 0

59 School St., Hingham, Mass. Halvorsen, Jeanne Phyllis-104 Hommond Hall-25 Hompton, Harriet Louise-104, 156 Hann, John-21 Honno, Goyle-143 'Honson, Deborah, 0. Oct. 24-78, 128, 153 3 Old Brook Dr., Worcester, Moss. Hardy, Celinda Jane-104, 126, 127 Hare, Polly Anne-1 04 Hart, Lillian-21 Hart, Lewis-21 Hart, Louise Elaine--104, 125, 126, 127 126, 127 Harvey, Carol An-104, tHaskins, Lucy Ann, B. Oct. 7-55, 128 Happy Volley Form, Branchville, N. J. Hatcher, Barbara--156 Hay, Miss Esther M.-12 Heoslip, Mrs. Gilberto-129. 169 Hedley, Patricio-90 Heimert, Nancy-104, 125, 126, 127, 129 Held, Nancy Lee-104 Helms, Suzanne--1 11, 129 'Hemminger, Ruth, B. April 20-63, 117, 130, 155 75 MI. View Rd., Millburn, N. J. *Henrich, Beverly Ann, B. Aug. 12-84, 121 . 221 2 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndole 66, Moss. 'Hergesheimer, Ann Virginia, B. Jon. 13-61, 125, 126, 127 433 W. Upsol St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. 'Herrmann, Bonney Ann, B. Nov. 5-66 1440 S. Shore Dr., Erie, Po. 133 Hesse, Mr. John 1.-17, Hesse, Mrs. John 1 . ~ 1 3 3 'Hewitt, Suson May, B. Nov. 2-31, 120, 122,147, 149 R. D. 3, Box 177, Flemington, N. J. Hey, Richord N.-166 91, 110, 118, 119, 120, 169 Hight, Miss Margaret E.-12, Hinkel, Margaret Okeson-104, 157 Hinkel, Marjorie Ann-104 Hobson, Suson Margaret-104 Hodsan, Sydney Jean-104, 124 Hoff, Virginia Margaret-104 Holroyd, Sandro Anne-104 'Honegger, Katherine Ann, B. April 7 4 1 , 91, 118, 121 181 Sylvan St., Rutherford, N. J. Hopkins, Victoria Mae-104 Hornodoy, Marion Adney-104 Horner, Laurie-1 56 Hornikel, Ellen-104 126 Horstmeyer, Judy Kay-104, 'House, Dale, B. Jon. 6 6 6 , 133, 134 6701 Castor Ave., Philadelphia 49, Po. Huey, Mr. Edwin-19 Huey, Mrs. Shirley-20 'Huffman, Ruthann, B. March 9-46 26590 Scenic Dr., Franklin, Mich. 'Huggler, Solley Louise Harris, B. Sept. 22-86, 153, 156 412 E. Loncaster Ave., St. Dovids, Po. Hughes, Suson Bellomy-104 Hummer, John-184 Hunl, Joyce Ellen-104


'Hurley, Carolyn Marie, B. July 1-54, 123 113 Ridge Rd., Rutherford, N. J. lannuzzi, Corol Ann-105, 124, 155 Illis, Leanore Barbara-105 Isenegger, Judith Ellen-105 'Ives, Mary Dravo, B. Aug. 7-77, 91, 117, 155 5321 Concord Pike, Wilmington 3, Del. Jacobsen, Patricia Ann-105 'Jacoby, Linda Coleman, B. Feb. 3-80 91 Jacoby Ave., Pittstleld, Mass. *Jaffe, Kristin Ann, B. June 9-51, 131 19 Richmond Dr., Darien, Conn. James, Barbara Scott-105 Japp, Judith-156 Jennings, Sallyann-105, 124 *lesser, Wendy Forster, B. April 15--69 c/o Kellogg International Company, Kellogg House, 7-10 Chandos St., Cavendish Square, London W-1, England Jewett, Miss Louise-1 4 Johnson, Diana Lansbury--105 *Johnston, Judith Ann, B. March 22-53 92 Dimmig Rd., Upper Saddle River, N. J. 'Jolly, Joan Ann, B. April 25-75, 117, 153 35 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, L. I., N. Y. Jones, Betty Lee--105 Jones, Susan Colegrove-105 June Dairy Butter-184 'Kaufmann, Ellen Jane, B. act. 9-38 105 Beaumont St., Son Francisco 18, Calif. *Kaufmann, Harriett Ann, B. April 1-52. 129 182 Spring St., Ossining, N. Y. Keely, Nancy Ellen-105 12 Keller, Miss Beatrice F.169 Kelley, Mrs. Mabel W.-18, Kelly, Robert W.-188 *Kellogg, Margaret Irwin, B. July 11-87, 130 1512 W. Washington, Jackson, Mich. Kenarney, Ann Marie--105 Kern, Elaine Ethel-105 Kerr, Donald-168 Kerr's Pharmacy-182 Kilgore, Janice Kay-1 10, 120, 124 Kilpatrick Hall-96 Kimball, Alice Louis-105 King, Corol Elizabeth-105 King, Mrs. Ru,th 0.-19 'Kinley, ~ l a i n d ! ~ .March 2-76, 121, 154 116 Ashland Rd., Summit, N. J. Kirschner, Louise May-105 Kleban, Lynne-105 S. Kleinhans & Company-184 Kluberg, Lynn Tanner-106 Knapp, Mr. Howard T.92, 169 CKoch, Susan Doerrie, B. May 23-74 114 Clark Circle, Needham, Mass. Koechling, Karen Jean-105 'Koelln, Marilyn Emily, B. Aug. 7 4 0 8 Round Hill Rd., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Kolakowsky, Helen Stephanie-105 'Koss, Janis, B. Jan. 11-60, 125, 126, 127 21 Crestmont Rd., West Orange, N. J. Kover, Karen Elise-105 Kowalick, Stell-21 *Kramer, Dorothy Ina, B. April 10- 37 466 S. Center St., Apt. 5, Orange, N. J. Kratz, Ellen-147, 156 'Kressler, Miriam Jean, B. Dec. 30-34, 119, 120 448 E. Spring Ave., Ardmore, Pa. Krummenacher, Judith Karen-106, 129 Kugelman, Mrs. Ida--19, 169 Lacava, Letitia Ann-105 Lambert, Martha Suzanne-106 Lambert, Patricia Camill-106 Lancey, Dr. William 1.-12 'Lang, Ann Folsom, B. Jan. 2 6 7 7 336 Court St., Keene, N. H. Langenberg, Dorothy Jean-106 Larson, Tanja Virginia--106, 126, 127 *Lau, Nancy Jane, B. March 2 4 9 226 107th St., Stone Harbor, N. J. 'LaVecchia, Jean Carol, B. Dec. 24- 69, 152, 156, 157 Wood Rd., Morris Township, N. J. *Lawrence, Judith, B. Jan. 12-37, 120, 129, 155 4675 Palisade Ave., Riverdale, N. Y. 71, N. Y. Lawson, Joseph-21 Layman, Anne Springer-106 Layton, Carolyn Ann-106, 117 Leaders' Corps-153 Lehman, Barbara Ann-106 *Leon, Sara Anne, B. Feb. 829, 91, 92, 93, 118, 119, 120, 157 40 Laurel Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. LeVan, Dona Day-106, 155, 157 Levin and McGraw-167 Lewis, Miss G r a c e 1 6 9 Library Committee--121 Lichtig, Maxine Suson-106 Lieb, John-168 Lincoln Hotel Supply Company, In<.-183 Lindner, Susan Margaret-106 'Lipp, Anifa Madeleine, B. April 28-65 28 Somerset Rd., Tenafly, N. J. Lipschutz, Nancy Ellen-106, 155 *Litchfield, Barbara Lee, B. Dec. 29-63 32 Spenser Dr., Short Hills, N. J. Lobb, Susan Mitchell-106, 127 Loewinger, Nancy Ellen-106 'Lofft, Marguerite Boone, B. Aug. 20-82, 125, 269 New Jersey Ave., Collingswood, N. J. Long, Georgeanna Carolyn-106, 126, 127 Long Island Alumni Chapter-1 80 Lorenz, Lisbeth Mildred-106, 126, 156 Lotte Hall-24 169 Lott, Mrs. Helen J.-16, Lotl, Dr. Leigh M.-14 'Lotz, Janet Arlene, B. July 31-76 515 W. Ruscomb St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. Lovell, Sally Louise-1(M


Luerich, Rev. Roland 1.-12 *Luther, Carolyn Dodge, B. Jan. 3-1, 79, 91, 121 67 Elm St., Summit, N. J. 'Lutz, Borbaro Kay, B. Nov. 6-73 4706 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va. Lynch, Elaine Patricia-106 *McAfee, Diana Hope, B. March 18-88, 128, 155 2611 Rockville Center Pkwy., Oceanside, N. Y. McAleese, Helen Louise-1 11, 124, 129 McCombe, Dr. John Harold-164 McCrocken, Arthur C.-168 McCullough, Judith Schuyler-106 McDonough, Mary Ellen-106 McElray, Karen Colleen-99, 106, 154, 155 McForlin, Charlotte--106 McKinnon, Rev. Henry J.-12 McKean, Sally Reed-106 McKiniry, James-21 McVey, JoAnn Catherine-106 'Moccubbin, Lois Rosaline, B. Sept. 13-62 148 Gallinson Dr., Murray Hill, N. J. 'Mace, Geraldine Alice, B. Sept. 6 3 1 , 152, 153, 154 1216 Norbee Dr., Normandy Manor, Wilmington, Del. MacGregor, Barbara Jean-106, 117 'MacGregor, Martha Jane, B. Jan. 29-85 242 Henry St., Brooklyn 1, N. Y. Mockenzie, Mary-1 64 Main Parlors-162 Majeske, Joan Paula-106 Mallon, Sheila Anne-107 'Malnoti, Joon Louise, B. Jan. 1 6 4 3 1054 State Rd., North Adoms, Mass. 'Monsfleld, Dianne Elizabeth, B. Sept. 17-36 3677 Traver Rd., Shaker Heights 22, Ohio Mansfield, Marcia--107 Mante, Carol Lynne-107, 156, 157 Mophet, Princi-16 'March, Beverly Sarah, B. Oct. 18-49, 117 1949 Elk Ave., Pottsville, Pa. tMargulus, Barbara Diane, B. July 2 6 4 1 6821 Pershing Ave., St. Louis 5, Mo. Mortens, Noncy Gail-107 Martin, Mary Anne-107, 126, 153 *Martino, Charlotte A., B. Jon. 2 6 8 5 , 91 1602 Northview Blvd., Norristown, Pa. Massobni, Valerie Anne- 107 Motchett, Potricio Irene--107 'Moxcy, Cynthia Steward, B. May 5 - 4 2 , 155 31 Me~lboroughRd., New Haven, Conn. axd dell, Margaret Ann-107 May, Kathryn Elizabeth-107, 117 Moylone, Lynn Adoms-107 Mays, Dr. Benjamin E.-166 *Megargee, Laura Marjorie, B. Feb. 1 4 3 260 Cheswold Lane, Haverford, Pa. 'Mein, Pamela Ruth, B. Sept. 2 6 7 9 , 117, 124, 152 121 Llonfair Rd., Ardmore, Po. *Meredith, Ann Lynne, B. Jon. 20-28, 110, 117, 120, 123 "Trevone," Copsem Lone, Esher, Surrey, England 'Metcalf, Mary Luikens, B. Dec. 6 5 1 344 N. Stanwick Rd., Moorestown, N. J.

Miller, Barbara Page-107, 126, 127 Miller, Miss Jean-17 Miller, Joon Dalton-107 'Miller, Marilyn Ruth, B. Nov. 20-66, 152, 156, 157 19 Robbins Dr., Eost Williston, N. Y. 'Mirkin, Betty Jeanne, B. June 1 5 4 9 462 Baldwin Rd., Maplewood, N. J. Mittell, Janet Eleanor-107, 155 *Moore, Marilyn LoVey, B. March 7 4 4 189 Montclair Ave., Montclair, N. J. Morgan, Miss Helen-18, 169 Morley, Miss Lynn M.-17, 155 'Morris, Anne, B. Oct. 30-83, 117 137 Huntsvil!e Rd., Kotonoh, N. Y. *Morrison, Sondra Lee, B. July 2 6 7 2 24 Cowdrey St., Yonkers, N. Y. Morse, Marian-107 Morton, Diane Radcliff-107, 152, 156 Motchane, Catherine Notolie--107 *Mott, Borbaro Anne, B. Dec. 12-83, 121 25 Wildwood Tar., Glen Ridge, N. J. Muirheod, Hugh-21 Muller, Marene Ann-107 'Murdock, Joyce Elaine, B. Sept. 21-43, 155 5 Diana Rd., Morris Plains, N. J. Murphy, Kathleen-107, 126, 153 Murphy, Sally Perkins-156 Music C l u b 1 3 1 Myers, Jane Ferguson-1 11 Nagy, Mr. Sandor-17, 158 . Nohodil, Joseph-21 Nosh, Lucy Ruth-107 Nosh, Mary Anne-107 Nash, Noncy Adoir-108 Neary, Sheila-108, 126, 127 Neaves, Solly Ann-108, 129 Nelson, Carol Joyce- 110, 117, 126, 127 Nelson, Harold E.-168 Nelson, Dr. 0. C.-12 *Nemetr, Susan Eleanor, 6. Dec. 1 4 4 472 Manor Lone, Pelhom Manor, N. Y. Neuberger, Loretta June-108 New Jersey Power & Light Company-186 Newbaker, Margery-108, 156 Newell, Bishop Frederick 8.-12 Nicholson, Doris Leigh-108 'Nicol, Carol Janice, B. March 5-43 622 Green Grove Rd., Neptune, N. J. 'Nicoloi, Brenda, B. May 21-33 1150 S. W. King Ave., Portlcnd 5, Ore. 'Nigrosh, Carol Rae, 6. May 13-34, 149 42 Lowell Rd., Brookline 46, Moss. Nikola, Frances Ellen-108 'Nilssen, Betty Elise, B. Dec. 30--40, 120, 152, 154 325 Herrick Ave., Teoneck, N. J. Niper Studi-173 Nodop, Carol Ann-108 *Nordjtrom, Jean Alostoir, B. June 8-39 553 Prospect St., Nutley, N. J. North Hall-96


'North, Noncy, B. April 1 2 - 6 7 38 Woodcliffe, Lodue 24, Mo. Nunn, Mrs. Margaret F.-20 Nursery School Play Area--93 'Nutt, Elizabeth Hasbrouck, B. Jan. 4-1, 36, 120, 129 2864 Eaton Rd., Shaker Heights 22, Ohio Orientation Committee--144 Orloski, Charles-21 Orr, Rev. William M.-13, 123, 164 Ort, Charles G.-182 Osborn, Suzanne Elizabeth-108 Osmun, Miss lla-20 Ostergard, Kristen Mogruder-99, 108 'Ozias, Anita Emily, 8. July 14-45 8 Wells Lane, Short Hills, N. J. Packard, Loraine Gail-108 169 Palmer, Mrs. Jean G.-20, Palmer, Potricia 1.-18 'Porker, Louise Anne, B. April 1 6 5 6 , 154 130 Crestvue Manor Dr., Pittsburgh 28, Po. Parks, Gail-156 Parks, Helen-21 18 Porrish, Mr. Lewis T.Parsons, Mr. Albert-15, 130 Parsons, Marilyn Jane-108, 126, 127, 154 Pazcale, Ann-108 Pastore, Grace-1 56 Patrons-170 Pauley, Margaret-90 *Payer, Verno Lea, B. May 4-26, 32, 120, 154, 157 23 Church St., Bethlehem, Pa. Pederson, Suron Gronger-108 Pentecost, Ann Williams-108, 157 Perelman, Irene Hazel-108 Perrine, C l o r e n c c 2 1 Peters, Cortex-168 Peterson-Owens, lnc.-181 *Pettit, Susan Patricio. B. Morch 28-58 Fieldstone Dr., Basking Ridge, N. J. Phi lot-120 Philadelphia Alumni Chapter-180 *Phillips, Suson Debo, B. June 6 7 3 , 121 23 Scudder Rd., Westfield, N. J. 'Pickard, Barbara Janet, B. May 3 4 9 , 129 7121 Atlee PI., North Springfield, Va. Picnic Area-145 'Pieper, Dolores Louise, B. June 18-54, 125, 126, 127 111 Wotchung Ave., Chatham, N. J. 'Pierce, Patricia Ellen, B. March 2 6 6 2 42 Ookwood Rd., Newtonville, Mass. Pipers-1 25 Plate, Theadye G., Jr.-183 Platt, Judith-90 Pocono Produce Company, lnc.-176 Pollock, Suson Elizabeth-1 11 Pool, Mrs. Antoinette--20 Past, Judith Ann-108. 129 'Powell, Judith Ann, B. Aug. 1 1 4 7 , 121 152 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. Power, Molly Thomas-1 08, 126, 127 Presidents' C l u L 1 2 0 President's House-1 1 Price, Corol Hunt-108, 126, 127 17 Prince, Mr. Eugene V.Psychology C l u b 1 3 0

Putziger Blazers, Sylvia--178 Quigley, Alicia-109 Radio-Television-132 Rohfield, Miss Morgoret-169 'Royner, Joan Hartmon, B. July 17-72, 124 52 Emerson Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Reed Construction-174 Reed, Margaret Joyce--109, 122, 126, 127, 129 Reese, Hoyden-21 Reeves, Mr. John M.-12 Reeves Student Union Building, John M.-114 Interior-138, 148 Reichstetter, Judith Ann-109 Reiff, Nancy Jean-98, 109, 120 Reliable Furniture House-1 80 'Reynolds, Joan Ward, B. April 30-31, 117, 123 21 Beach Dr., Darien, Conn. 152, 154, 156, 157, 158 Rhoods, Miss Bette M.-17, 'Rice, Elizabeth Ann, B. Morch 10-56, 154 507 S. Seventh St., Chombersburg, Pa. 'Richter, Cynthia Blanche, B. Sept. 1 3 4 6 , 128 Box 904, Choumont, N. Y. 'Ricker, Sally Ann, B. Aug. 10-50, 130, 156 2721 Harrison St., Evonston, Ill. Riding Club-153 'Rinehort, Sherin Baumann, B. Oct. 1 8 6 5 , 128 9 E. Young St., Samerville, N. J. 'Ritchie, Marlene, B. Oct. 20-78 191 Howard St., Melrose, Mass. Roamer Linen Supply Company-178 Robblee, Gretchen Ann-109, 124 Roberts, Georgia Bellows-109 'Roberts, Joan, B. Dec. 4-84 47 Audubon Rd., Wellesley Hills, Moss. *Rockefeller, Susan Carol, B. Dec. 2 4 - 6 9 744 Samson Ave., Madison, N. J. Rodgers, Gail Alden-109, 121, 153 'Roe, Sally Ann, B. Oct. 13-55, 126 12 Raynor's Lone, Bellport, L. I., N. Y. Roehrich Flowe-1-184 'Rogers, Elizabetn Ann, B. Feb. 12-70 410 Clark St., Westfield, N. J. Ronolder, Volesko Ellen-109 *Rose, Fernonda Ruth, B. Morch 18-70 Beverly Rd., Burlington, N. J. Rose, Patricia-90 Rosenblatt, Jacqueline-109 'Ross, Jone Adams, B. Sept. 6 5 4 45 Munroe St., Northompton, Mass. Ross, Joon-90 'Rossi, Carol Virginia, B. Aug. 13-85, 91 80 Sachem Rd., Needhom 94, Moss. *Rowe, Morguerite Kay, B. Sept. 2-58 89 Maple St., Hornell, N. Y. 'Rudnick, Carol, B. July 2-52, 124, 129 2072 W. Market St., Pottsville, Po. Rush, Elizabeth-21 Rush, Roberta April-109 Rush, Wilbur M.-12 'Rushforth, Corol White, B. May 1 4 4 4 , 117 146 Woodbridge Dr., New Canoon, Conn. *Rustan, Ruth Elizabeth, B. May 6 7 5 45 Boulevard, Nopalean I, Luxembourg City, Luxem Europe Rutgers University Glee Club-166


Ruth, Myrtle-21 Rutledge, Abbie--168 Ryan, Patricia Ann-109, 124 Rybak, L. Edwin-168 Solter, Elizabeth Guion--109, 126, 127, 158 Sondor, Gyorgy-165 Sanderson, Gail-109 Sandfort, Joan Karen-1 09, 124 'Sauer, Margaret Judith, B. Feb. 13-83, 121 2 Guest Lone, Cragmere, Wilmington 3, Del. Sayles, Judith Ann-109, 122 Scagliarine, Gail M a r y 1 0 9 Schain, Josephine--165 14, 121, 152, 169 Scarborough, Miss Ruth E.'Schackne, Susan, B. Sept. 30-72 24 Cherwing Rd., Yonkers, N. Y. Scharper, Phillip--1 6 7 'Schmidt, Linda Reid, B. March 24--58 70 Euclid Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Schmitz, Barbara Ruth-109, 1 17 Schofield, Marijean-109, 154 Scholp, Barbara Ellen-109 Schuetz, Nancy Lee-109 Schutte, Nancy Jean-109 'Schweitzer, Grace Ann, B. May 2 8 4 7 , 155 56 Coleman Ave., Chatham, N. J. Scott, Mrs. Margaret-15 *Scott, Margaret Joyce, 8. April 27-35, 120, 125, 126, 131, 132 Scott, Sharon Elizabeth-109, 145 'Seamans, Elizabeth Esty, B. Feb. 27-56 Church St., Amherst, N. H. 12, 91, 110, 120, 140, 142, Seay, Dr. Edward W.-6, 143, 147 Seay, Mrs. Helen-110 Securda, Michelin Louise--109 Sedlar, Mrs. Helen-20 Selvaggio, Mary-Ann Therese-109 'Seemuller, Gladys Elsie, B. April 21-76, 154 307 Colonial Ave., Moorestown, N. J. Shaw, Mr. Charles J.-19 tSheo, Jacqueline Patricia-153 Sheehan, Miss Agnes-16, 169 Sherman, Loretta Lee-109 Sherry, Mrs. Hilda M.-169 Shimer, Miss Elizabeth M.-18, 132, 168 Shimer, Joan Oakley-109 Shimley, Raymond-21 Shockley, Cynthia Keith-109, 123 *Shoup, Helen Aldrich, B. Jan. 2 6 5 3 , 92, 121, 155 400 Morris Ave., Bryn Mowr, Pa. Sickel, Miss Joan 1.20 Sickinger, Gayle Arden-109 Siegel, Seymour N.-168 siegei! Mrs. Seymour-168 Sigma Epsilon Phi-142 'Simon, Kathryn L., B. April 9-67, 154, 156 7707 Chapel Rd., Elkins Park 17, Pa. Sisbower, Deborah Jean-110, 126, 129 'Sisman, Suzanne Jane, B. May 25--68, 133, 156 1046 Yorkshire Rd., Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. Skelton, Sarah Margaret-1 10 Skinner, A. R.21 'Smiley, Anita Louise, B. Nov. 12-38, 120, 152, 153 152 Beacon Ave., Warwick Neck, R. I. Smith Hall-97 Smith, Carol Ann-1 10, 124

Smith and Son, James A.-174 'Smith, Joanne Carey, B. May 7 3 5 , 117, 120, 125, 126, 127 29 High St., E. Williston, N. Y. 'Smith, Sandra Sebring, B. Aug. 9-79 Forge Hollow Rd., R. F. D. 1, Litchfield, Conn. 'Small, Sandra Lee, B. Sept. 20-40, 120, 124, 152, 153, 156, 157 157 S. Third St., Quakertown, Pa. Sokolowski, Mrs. Helen-20 Songs on the Steps-143 South H a l l 9 7 Spear, Judy, B. Nov. 16-70 63 Rockledge Rd., Hartsdale, N. Y. Spence, Miss Alexandria-169 Spence Hall-96, 141 'Spencer, Susan Parmly, B. March 1 7 4 7 307 S. 93rd Ave., Omaha, Neb. Spilled Ink-122 'Springman, Phyllis June. B. June 22-54, 91, 122 99 Woodside Rd., Maplewood, N. J. 'Stadler, Gail Ada, B. Jan. 31-28, 91, 118, 120 36 Cottage Cf., Hamilton Square, N. J. Stanley, Ann Ruth-98, 110 'Stanley, Elizabeth Jane, B. Dec. 13-88, 118, 123 211 Leighton Ave., Silver Spring, Md. Stanley, Priscilla Elizabeth-1 10, 129 Staples, Helen-21 'Stephens, Diane Chadbourne, B. March 8-68, 121 62 Crest Dr., Little Silver, N. J. Stevens, Keith-168 *Stevens, Susan Walker, B. Aug. 26--42 1 Putnam Park, Greenwich, Conn. Stevens, Suzann+lIO Stewart, Mrs. Theresa-169 'Sterling, Margaret Louise, B. Oct. 27-64 53 Hillside Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. Stolarz, Janet Elizabeth-110, 118 'Stone, Barbara Ann, B. Jan. 22-47 12 Ellsworth Lane, Ladue 17, St. Louis, Ma. Story, Susan-1 10 'Strowbridge, Elizabeth Walter, B. Jan. 29-78, 129 Lancaster and Morris Aver., Wynnewood, Pa. Student Activities-121 Student Council-119 Student Court-118 Stutz, Albert-21 Sullivan, Harris M.-168 Sully, Mary Linda--l 10 Sundheim, Marguerite-20 Swan, Sally Anne-1 10, 118 Swenson, William 1.-12 'Swicegood, Anne Belcher, B. Aug. 29-39, 120, 128, 132 670 Forest Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. Sykes, Mary Alice-1 10, 126 *Sylvester, Gail Kathryn, B. June 29-78, 122, 124, 129, 153 17 Great Oak Dr., Short Hills, N. J.

Taggart, Carol Louise-1 10 Tanis, Barbara Ann-1 10, 126, 127 Taylor, Lois Jane-1 10 Taylor Memorial Library, William M. and May D.-115 Taylor, W e n d y 110, 126, 127 Tepke, Helen-168 Terpsichores-155, 158 Theta Epsilon Nu-134, 141 Thomas, Deborah Coral-1 10


'Thomas, Jane Phillips, B. Aug. 1 7 4 1 , 128 215 Ridgemede Rd., Baltimore 10, Md. Thomas, Janine A l i c e 1 10 Thomas, Lucinda-156 'Thomas, Mary Lynne, B. Jan. 5-5 .2 1632 Williams Way, Norristawn, Pa. Thomas, Mrs. Shirley M.-20, 169 *Thornton, Kay Loyise, B. Dec. 1 4 0 , 125, 126. 127, 129 151 8 Powder Mill Lane, Wynnewoad, Pa. 10, 121 Tichenor, Barbar-1 Tichenor, Maxine Lynne-1 10, 129 Tideman, Mr. Carl W.-12, 18 Tidmore, A. V.-168 *Tiaden, Judith Ellen, B. April 13-59 765 Wooded Rd., Jenkinlown, Pa. Tolk, Carol-90 *Tompkins, Barbara Linda, B. April 1-69, 156 1001 Malvern Ave., Ruxton 4, Md. Toothill, Jeanne Elaine-110, 126, 127, 156 *Truax, Sally Virginia, B. July 2 6 4 6 3 Hollis Dr., Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. Trevorrow Hall-1 14 Tri-County Raoflng-1 80 Trueblood, Dr. D. Elton-165 Truppo, Judithe Mae--1 10, 121 Tucker, Patricia Ann-1 10 Tuinman, Careline-110 'Turner, Beverly Anne, B. June 1 6 5 5 , 91, 157 245 Johnston Dr., Watchung, N. J. 'Tymeson, Faith, B. Sept. 18-80, 117, 135 787 Vose Ave., Orange, N. J. *Uibel, Mary Ellen, B. Jan. 5-64, 125, 126, 133, 156, 225 Sylvan Ave., Gloucester, N. J. Ulmer, Clarence-21 Unit Vending Co.-178 Valley View Holly Nurseries-182 Van Auken, Charles S.-12 'Van Ness, Carol Ann, B. Jan. 9-53, 125, 126, 127 11 Pine St., Chatham, N. J. 'Van Riper, Suellen, B. April 15-57 6 Berkeley PI., Radburn, N. J. Van Wetering, Judith A n n e 1 10, 126, 127 Van Winkle, Charles A.-12 Van Winkle Hall-25 *Veldran, Sandra Deane, B. Feb. 1 4 6 5 , 91, 118, 121 86 Wheaton PI., Rutherford, N. J. Vernon, Mrs. Roma F.-16 Vey and Sons, William G.-176 'Vogel, Christine Ellen, B. Nov. 18-51, 117 2 Helen Ct., Elberon, N. J. 'Volkman, Judith Lynn, B. Oct. 2 3 6 1 45 Cooper Lane, Larchmont, N. Y. Von Deck, Emjlyn Sounders-1 10, 126, 127 'Von den De'dle, Karen Ruth, B. April 7-79, 117 609 Crooks Ave., Clifton, N. J. 'Vaorhees, Lois Lund, B. July 1 2 4 1 , 154 57 Crestline Rd., Strafford, Wayne, Pa. Vrooman, Inc., George 8.-182 Wachtel, Mary Ellen-1 10, 129 Walter, F. Austin-166 Ward, Judith Fenrich-1 10, 126, 127 Ward, Wendy Miller-1 10, 126

'Warren, Sue Jane, B. Sept. 21-68 73 Woodland Dr., Fair Haven, N. J. Washabaugh, Dr. J. Edgar-12 *Waters, Judith Ann, 8. Nov. 2 3 4 8 , 117, 11 9, 129, 141 18 Pennroad Ave., Trenton 8, N. J. Watson, Ann Coleman-1 11, 126, 127 Watts, Marjorie Alice-1 11, 126, 127 'Weber, Judith Ann, B. May 2 6 5 2 200 E. 13th Ave., Conshohocken, Pa. 'Weeks, Susan Sinclair, B. April 2 9 4 4 , 133 94 Papermill Rd., Plandome Manor, L. I., N. Y. Weinberg, Natalie Harriet-1 11, 154 Weitz, Rabbi Martin W.-168 Welles, Mrs. Barbara D.-15 'West, Jacquelyn Alexa, B. Aug. 4-33, 122 14 Avenida Corono, San Pedro, Calif. Wetlesen, Carolyn-111 'Whaley, Karin von Rieck-Eggebert, B. Feb. 15-20, 121, 153 1801 Ocean Ave., Brigantine, N. J. Wheatley, Jane Redshaw-1 1 1, 124 Whidden, Jane Ray-1 11, 126, 127 'Whitacre, Anna Klingler, B. Sept. 30-36, 120, 121, 130 2953 Silver Lake Blvd., Silver Lake, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Whitman, Elaine Ellen-1 11 Whitney Chapel-163 'Wilbur, Koren Modell, B. Jan. 3 4 0 52 Cleveland Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. Williams, Barbara Ann-1 11 Williams, Eda-21 Williams 8, Hibler, lnc.-178 Williams, Mary Ellen-1 11 Willoughby, Nancy Jane-1 1 I , 124, 129 Wire, Carol Elizabeth-111 Wisdom, Jean Leslie-1 11, 126, 127, 158 Wisdom, Judith Anne-111, 126, 127, 154, 158 Wiseman, Nancy Gay-1 11, 126, 127 Wishart, Jean-1 11 Witte, Susan Elizabeth-1 11, 126, 127 Wittich, Linda Edith-1 11 Whitehead Company, Frank-185 Whitehouse Chevrolet, In<.-1 82 WNTl Radio Studio-162 *Wolk, Roberta Gay, B. Jan. 22-37, 130 5516 Northumberland St., Pittsburgh 17, Pa. Woman's Athletic Association-152 Worthington, Amy Jane--1 11 Wright, Beatrice Carla--1 11, 129 Wright 6. Ditson-176 Wright, Talmadge C.-19 'Wyatt, Suzanne Louise, B. June 1 3 4 8 , 128 814 Woodbine Ave., Penn Valley, Narbeth P. O., Pa. Yale University Glee Club-165 Yeatman, Ann Pennock-118, 127 Zacher, Frances Louise-1 11 'Zacher, Suzanne Marie, B. March 19-81 32 Ostego Rd., Worcester, Mass. Zelnik, John-21 'Zimmerman, Barbara Ruth, B. Nov. 2 L 5 9 1015 Buckingham Rd., Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. *Zaeller, Gail Russell, B. March 21-81 35 Robin Hill Rd., Scorsdole, N. Y.


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