Emma Willard School - Gargoyle Yearbook (Troy, NY)

 - Class of 1931

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" Semper Fidelis " singing, To lfmma Willard dear, Above thy gray walls ringing, Our song floats sweet and clear. O touch each Heeting moment With friendship's alclhemyl The days that lie before us Our memories soon shall be. C.I, C 5 2 N F .uk .. K , . i E 2 E N i E i wk Qisgf 5 R"' 'r fvjikvf' . 'fl "I x xvlr v H wx Jlxxf Q' 7 Nw" Asiixkr-JA3ji5,1f kfgqj L 1 L pix Ycyifw s A-' N" - W 1 N Senior Qilass Qbfficers 1. I 'Xi X , 'vX x. xlx .1 fx w n f x w x. , . lfl1,1zA1a1a'1'x1 JouNs'1'0N . . 1'1-esidwzz Bl5'1"I'Y BURNAP Vice-President I41I,IzA1sm'11 HARRIS Secretary SALLY SM1'1'11 . Treasurer L,A ,A Eiglzfnrn fx 5 - "P 'J V y' x .,' v Q' 3 .,' Xg1'x.,f 'X-.,1,".y .7 wf1',yxg gy!! X qftyv, xx My ,Q xy gh ,, xx qfw , ,, Hg. 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'B .N W, 1 A Wg 12,9 WD fi 2 MARY ELIZABETH tp ADAMS 111 A x Dansville, New York L February 12, 1914 One Year C. P. Vassar Athletic Association EM? gui 11 Q1 f A ' 245, A 2 Xt LK2' ' 1, Q! I Qi- - Wg 1 , 1, 1 . - wg' gg 1 'Join LZ Ld ' gu'q51Q'1.X'fxr 1, N. v '1 8 81-1 1L.111'r1q.-tual zu, W7 if A - 1 '111 1,1 - ' Ea . - '1 lk ' AUX iff? 1. I ki, r L IN, 5 P 5 EZ .nt7T-tba.. tu! U. 6 . t . b . JE 'lush '1-Nl ' KTL -'F LA 9' K. Il A11 '. fi 1 0+ ,gm Individual- , . .A ,Q - H .1 fly vm- Q K! Striking-sloW-poised- U , Questing mind. - - hqxlvx . IXKAUQ X Q ' LW, f 0' I 3 V 55 1 M.-J Q51 W- xy? m 16 . Q' Ekxa I 7 Q '1'N E Twenty W Il I if X I ozeozz z 6312 Ugly QD gm: i in Supl lm Q gy 6 iff p Q ELEANOR ALFORD ,Q Waterloo, Iowa Q ,, February 18, 1914 T-wo Years C. P. Vassar ll, Athletic Association qw Choir CVice-Presidentj if ffli,fll'flS MIX 'Q Christian Assoeifig , C- I. ffm ART! 44 19 ,pP 1275 QW' 'l ., f ?v1w,fl+"'1- we M 406 ' 'f " 0529 MW V 0 w 'Q we sm WW W lx? W QQ 1745 W o Q W Sf. ' 4 53,4 Lover of beauty-Well-dressed- . . . Am-bitions and the ability to realize them- QQ fig Decisive-responsive. . . C5 1 We 9 Ky? V ' 61,5 3 61 H ' Y uc :tx-one Q Y P A ' 1 J -' 0 Q ZQZOXO ZQ ZXQ zo 1 1 Ffxfkririlkl fx-v uf R- ' 'I 1, , 1, ,f ' " " if w' . 'Hi 1 xsiaxi ,kkxxff A . . L L I L W: A , X -I v 5- W ELIZABETH AVERY Grand Rapids, Michigan October 31, 1912 Three Years Gvnvral Course Athletic Association X, Library Committee up! Q' ski fi Mfr Qmsm A O2 ff Q7 Q- YN ' ' U V JK NN O O 4- ,V QL X C10 9552! KX , E Vivid--CD . . 1Vitty but sinccrcjf . Twenly-Iwo -4131-f i',w yi sg .-vwik' F- 11511 75,1-1'i5rf'K-N41,175 fig' 'iii Yfcfif Ryan- 1 N15 .fx 4 x f 1 :V .iw 4 iy, 1 A qi A 4 11.11 wh -5' 1 1 1 I . 1 1 , 'AQJ' "-Mu 'QNII' 1011!-X 'Ayr 'S' X 'fin Nall' ,-sir' 'Q 1 -x.: A I ' w Uf xyf, i ,JL xv 1 if I' 1' P I osx Qalzgnglp Q zssr zoz SR iii A bww tj K W ' it YF! y 1 Q, W MARGARET BAKER 6 White Plains, New York ggi September 1, 1912 Three Years t l C. P. Vassar AXA Athletic ASSOCIZIIIOH xx f' iyj Glee Club fix 5 Head of Study Hull 'O 51 Q student Council Q Cheer Leader W, mx 4 flklfs , Q 'WD S, 1 AWA Xe 'ii f mv 5 I 15 f D 'Aw W Q W vt A if .X X 9 yi if mei, dx . NX . sp my wb ii ICJ cgi A es , W A 'K W5 1 we ' cb QQ A ,AA ' , Ni xx Wm! g Q Z-Gi i KX . g C Q 3 bzmie- . . . If ,Q X513 C scientioius-eHicient- K K5 ,535 Befitting Senior dignity. . : fb I tgp? fi D f FJQX Q wig! x Q CD : .27 gif? Twenty-three infix 5 4 s ,f Wm ,fe fc, s ,fx 4 3 ,ff v, ,fx I x x f" S .v s , X , r 5. 'Q L f fi - I-. 4 V, it i or few cw 'ij 474 i Y'A 1, xY"A- viii' A -X L I' 1 1 fi", 'A Nlflf'-Jk.,l! K. 1 F ., 'Nay l. fl I li xl ,fxfisi if, 1,13 3 -fl fiff 2 7 t t 1 , L fi New . if' Q ,f flu PAQ 'wx , N117 fi 3 X .i f ll fi 'Ii x, gy fi P., MARION R. BARNILS 1' 'fi W' t N s ,V 4 ' 1 " .ug Troy, New York 15 If " K x 1. P ., . ' 'fl December 2, 1913 fi gh Ax Elewn Years . X 'll kv-Aft' C. P. lllount Holyoke fb , Athletic Association iii EN r-Q 4.91,-L is 4 D rx xv 'X - si- 1 'N J -5. 1 x Q5 f, A S 1 H sf A f P if if 5 n V 'xxrxx 1 2' x K, N. D ff A 1 -.IQRY i xjiN1Q vvx-,Q ii Q N ig ,V 3 ., ,. l Ci Nl I ' Nl 41" s . al 'S M21 H 'xx Y, y.. If xylu ff -- ff 'V' i D . fat W ii AJ Social- . . ,rug ff . . 'wi ' AW Sophisticated- jj 1-V . ,X ik ' ' :g Splendid sport. iffy A1 W V H lip 'll f, ,. QN fe.. Q. ?fMiXS3 ' lo nl Kg .',,. fr-ta, i N--117 Eff, U. XV if ll Clx In fill ,K Fog! 1.4117 l-E .fxfl - X-tx I 1 ' Pl T I , f X rl fi Ji' wen 3- our ix Y 5 p A 1 K Q K 1, I 1' BY? tx kfif-4' By' s f- xlvik.-f X- J'x 0 Ru 5-N47 gf?-C' 'fills .fl N ffy. N iff I ilYll go' if 'mil A '-'Mi'-X 555 -e -fljff7R'- 'gyilp xiii-we ff -Q 'Pix 515: Uk ill- 4-:je X ,i i '31, '1 I in-. rw -rd: e zoszexzex wzgnghg 52 ci XJ 'il Pig 35 55 VRYLENA NI. BENNER Q Q ' f' s 'v A ij Springfield, Massachusetts cf July 31, 1913 Three Years General Course M 2 Athletic Association Q' fiiiigqf f Wi D X fix 6,954 S5119 Q Q, 'f V 1 1. if K f I Q.. D Q I O ' 1 Y 1 Q W li -a5+1Q"p'x Cy. S , if Ca-5 vids Sew wt 4 Q-X Hwy Poised-uniquely handsome- Deep-toned laughing voice- A good manager. . Twenty-five qv D Q b 4b Vy 0 D W Gb O Gbfsw I, 06 N 0 cp W W Q as 3 W Q DQ DOQ D Q QGQ QQ, e ZO x 5 1" VX 1,.9x7T ,Effie ylf xfoil 'J ' "4 'K 4 lfyf' Cikxvylv -' " k. 5 K1 ur Q ,rf ' 1 I f A 3 i' . :Q Q f4s5iQ- WQMEQX- "rc, L , 3 gd -jr . s J I 5 A A 5 X p s KINGSLEY BISHOP p. New York City is September 29, 1912 l l S Two Years C. P. Swarthmore P 5 GARGOYLE Board r Athletic Association - Reading Club Committee Wg 5 L w gf QT 1 X s i N A z 9104- ' 7 al! fi ?f'LLb'fa lv Mt if fffw-.Mf 'J "'f""""' A9666 f4,2,C01- qv!!! V ,sefl-ff Twvn I 3'-s1'.1' had J-g ff'-' f'!"'! ff yvuoo Vw- J - I-L, pn Reticence and logic- . . . p tl Application of a methodical worker. H vivo-0.40-fvqf1H-ff-6'--VW' f"'fi it I fs fi 54- ln v J ll Qf in Cx ff . ' x I f , swg 'K Xt :Kwik 1' x ff" 'B a,7'g-.ffx ik-ijfly Wx!" Nil fri? ks f'7Nf47b"f"'5vl'7'f7"N vii '- T- Us. . :W .v lk 1 , r .4 .,4 11 ,xy no K ix X - L ii , - W , . ' 1 -. 1. V- i ,X V' X X ' lk ' ' . ' X n -X ff Q, I ' G ny: 'X C- 016 -'X 'eiftllfl A 'f xypi ft-A A 'I 9 f? 'fl-fl 'Q 'AX Cl ' 'f 1 3 'l 'A Sf ' 4 P 'X ' 4 fi' fi I A I N N I X nr .I Y 1 1 4 .xv, -51 X. ,,. X X BK kv, v fr- if rfxai fgf'XQ V 3 .f7y, bjxiffi ,ly X-1,37 lfwfl l, ll ' or iff! if ff iq Nfff yilsigx MARY E. BLATCH QW s- vw - ling f if Hazleton, Pennsylvania N31-3: June 9, 1912 fiwgl ,. 1 "rfb i Four Years General Course tiff yQY.Av, Athletic Association lvl' ' 'A -X Interpreters it ,. il N l GARGOYLE Board if Library Committee 'N it Hockey Team CCaptainj .. fl X U 7 f fy QLQAXAXKQA 472 xi? J i A1 ,, XX -K-.rf ' XQEsQxCo0-B. Qmmgxowy y gig NV NX W x C-A iflgyq vt 1 Y N K ,vo Qfvx My 'swf X X . 5 I ,NY , xi C cg, ij 1 A s . ,-Q ',- A P l X x Q5 W, fr'-.sb Xoops N HSL Um Y 5- WSG OK 7 , X A x X a- I-gtkum QANSX Qkllkug w wok .Q 0 or -x QXQ5 l, K Little blond hilarious- K: t U 9' 9 PgiM,.,7 . N Amazingly peppy- CL 4-ily e Hockey star. . Wag V 4 'IV-N ' fn uw lil. Av if '- Qs: f M YH 'Ei'-If l ,ll ' . A rd, im? y wi Cy ,DU ,it-'S WQ v .ll kv -! fl ., g O to W Q r lk, Twclzty-sf'z'v11 K X f ikkfjf i-XYt5llPff5.fl3Nf,W'fQ5T-67556-514, VI-N27 173s s ,f q xy , 4 ty 'x 1 S f3f77Vi'.gt it y ,,l,fi,t get 44,15 easel .rl ,gt M in X I . . is aj rarwa, .,, ,Jfgn it M ' fix ,+I cfm W boy, ' fi f vw i f si 'f A 5 ff 1""iAN s, 5 pf 3 Av C ,N N. HUD l' fm izka rktyyj CATHERINE BOYER gi' x ij Watertown, New York yy I , ' x July 22, 1912 ca-wa xr xc Three Years General Course ' ' Athletic Association ,tg-A Christian Association Committee it V Library Committee if 9: Interpreters LQVAQ Gite Club -fx 'K E 1 QW! 'gum , 1 LI Q-1, ffj ,f '?'f iv f I la cw 4 gf" QU . M' ,Q gaiyi 'ffgf ' I' f if '57 f XD 1 . fl-L- gy f"'4j ' 44.441 -fttcqy affix PM , 4 Yffif QQI5 ' ' -C' 'rug a. ii K" X Q: ,f ' l ' 'N -. Q'-1,4-C r' , 695 VHA A' Fig! Fffglw if - L 1 iv, . . . lmsj Accomplished conversationalist- Lv A iiwf Xffhxv ' 'ij Well-tbalanced-constructive- . Qx ii 2'-1-X! ix:-X "Lovable and sweet." . ip? gf' "Ag it ,U 'nm fl Q xY'fM.':! F h 27 Q 9 I X If Y, A 1499 . Q" "y 67 is Yyzxx, 'A EAD X345 5 S w it "1 Y? if 'I my ,su X, 1 V-Q: Twenty-eight I7 'N gvrffivgygxfstgk 5 fQ,"i1ViN.fX.'3 L J 'X TN, x Im gy S f X 5 S Q. IRS FX f C K C ,. , . 1 ,- .X A -'j 'fs - F-vi - f V gym 1 if-if .if X w f, ,f"f s 5 - f K of tt Rv if 11 :ft I F f, rfix dlikflg ,9.',Xf1f25X g t.. 4 A'ifQ1vL,qQ,.X m7Qp A !Ag5gs, ,sip Qs ff L X:'l . I ' 20 4202 Z Z all 203303333 Q i Q X P ,Q 3 i 33 'CD a Q Q 4 . Q, 7 CHRISTINE BRADSHAW ' 'S 0 V0 Beaver, Pennsylvania V0 April zo, 1913 4 V4 Two Years C. P. Smith I A hl ' A ' ' S Cilfiiiiih Sf-Sfiliitaiiion fVice-Presi- i Q d Chrixim Association Committee i 4 GARGOYLE Board 1 Q Q i ' Wag: try, of Q3 r ' ' 4 r ww VK r Q . I o o o 1 v y 'K V . - vo Q ' 40' 'fi 1 D Q X 1 I r K fy . I Zi! v 0 1 i , Na of Able--unselfish-patient . v 0 'N Solid gold-1oyal- . 4 , , A Spirit and standards flawless. ' Q w a C2 Q S2 W 42 ' P , A Twenty-nine 0 Q I Oxoa ezz zzz zs xez ze z zsz zzowzxozzsozzoz 0 "Wills ,M v 1 M 3 ,fluff -'fl:'f .ff 'I 5 xr iff rxolvfl 73" Ak mfs' 'A 'fix' " 'N V ' 'V 77.1.2 ' 4 A J Neel' V L' "'ox,f'Lb'xfC51','s,V 1 ' 'Y 1. I 1 'Ep Q4 341 1 1 1' 1 A A31 gn tr K, Q - Q ts . 1' FRANCES BRADT Troy, New York . W A August 13, 1913 Seven Years C. P. Russell Sage X f 9 " C Athletic Association 5 Nf Hockey Team hilly ' " Y .sw 5 4 f 5 1 "Xml , 1 1 .5 - 'A 13 -.51 w, xx, txt A, f "K Ty :7 " XM' R1 YE Wholesome- . Q3 lun' 7 A fine athlete- Q1 1 Unobtruslve. gat Qt. JY fr: xf-xx xi, EY rijllgg YJMO1' Lili 17 .1 VAX xx X I of--A 5 ..v1' Thirty f' fy fx' 5-mils, "-' ANN' ' fill 'X "ALlf'1-If 'Ql1f"xsv f Q' Y '1 CQJQKQQYLQQX If-Qldzi 1QQll Q QAUA my ,fp Q3 A X- ' 1 1 xi 'f 1 5 H Q v Qi ' is fa 'X rv s ' i xy? I QQ XQQC Qfuzguglg ego, QC Y ' L FX? fizkfg mv it gig lu , ,, ,7 In f Q G' is gif? BETTY BURNAP ij Kansas City, Missouri ml May 25, 1912 Two Years C. P. Wells il, ,, W7 Athletic Association L,,,,Qi 9. D W ', ' xx Vice-President Senior Class V" ff I SEQ' Student Council K S13 Interpreters I i , wr WM 1 Q if Q.. ji ' , ,K K, Eve 'Q ,I n , Y' RAE JP IW Y i 23 .ki fr Q X 7 1 lb?Q nfl ,ff V X 'S A ' .U ' v s 2 My Nl Grave and appealingly unaffected dignity- . , ,ll Beneath it, lovableness, friendliness, high faith. r'If'tC, J' Q V v '4 Q31 QQ W I 3 5? V1 X .Q Q We 'A 1 KM-'X vid Xixllj s, 2 CHX O LO rw fm: f it ,PH Q Thirty-one gk s I 5 W' ii ' Y'w1'CY'!?Dd" QJWA' 1 v 1 wwe v f K it J ' F' f ' 'Nf 5 - if ff A f X, .4 i ' 'tf'1f5t ' ' 1' z. gf .2 - . w .' .ex 'e,W1,Q.-Keir. iff! ity ' ie, SX 3 fy 1 A A I if fly WS jg, ik Qu: i use s AL", W I f' w 1, g. if 59 Q 42 'M Wy U F' ' gs, H15I.1fN BUTLER KE, wilt' - . . . if x do Port Monroe, Virginia WTS ,4 t fb september 21, 1913 Fin, Sixfj fffmf Q4 3, Tlzrczf Years C. P. Elmira X375 V Q Athletic Association AX " Interpreters L,-Ax' rqj Ring Committee at .jg Basketball Team i- A 5.13 f W ,. ,i N. f YQ' se ,Q i w ,exit 6,5 99 i iw M G f ' if X I I Cx' up i 80 X rt-' xj I yd xX S ,XIX V37 " X A if H wb w' Je I W jgq f I Q-X, i f xiii is J gr ,WS .veal xx , jk? Vivid and exotic as a red poppy-- Ak ifffj Impetuous lover of fun. . . ff ' X ff . . ch A-.1 Southern Wlth an air. . 1, ,x ,off Q 1 . Q i"'5g 75gs Eff? 'f f ii Q LS.-'QA 4 'ffl ilx p- qi I, li S7517 ' Thirty-two XX i- I N ' V' Q7' 'N ff' , f ' ' 'x ' ff' 1 , , ' f J 1-PM N39 'ff xx W 'ff eb'-fl 5Vf X-0' 'IX'-6' 1 Srf 4 s f I S 1 S xW s f x'v2S6 Y 1 Ame Mx Nkfik, uf kgyf ii qv, is X Q7 QL," cc! X In 1, xg lx Kxxfv if-AX-' 7 1 X 1 li-xl, Nw , xf' iqs lf' ' , 1, 'gl I gh , l - If A my XQQYQX l Q11 ff. Q 1 inf- s- ? if l K: ffl , , 1 xx lt 1 gr ll 5 7,5 13242 lt .fl Wd xi X I l ll, ,Ax -.11 '1 1 Rsnxi w -Q U' .5 HEI.1nN LILE CADDEN M1131 Holyoke, Massachusetts F3315 September 18, 1913 ff"-311 :E Una Yvur C. P. Vassar 2:15, K H4 Sufi 1 Athletic Association Q P " S V, . K 'l 1 x. 1 ,y Qxdj ' 'X ,794 1, tt UD . H, r 1s tt, xl 5 Q.e..s. Els-L14 QS 'Nj f 11 xx , , -xg, ." A - IX f X , - K l N 1, - Goh flffx- 5 -r Q x.J..sQq.n,cx.4,9s kiwi Thoughtful friend- W 5' .- ORA Conscientious student. eQNC..,.k GX f 122 GQ V xx! . ' ,I X 1 l1 fi?---'gh-Q , gg Q3 Ml swf 1 ix: ,, , WD ,- , it 'f , ,. , ' -1 S25 5 .1 of Wft -11 x- f 1 N1 llx ,ll -A 1-A A3123 '1 xl 1s .141 lv -. If XM, XY ,. fl . X 'il 51 -- 4 Thzrty-thrcc 1'?Q -QKKYT? 4,51 ,ry 9,4-R X5,,!'i.K,4, iqC6fQxD Q27 Q13 iff 5-3:15551 17 'fo nil' 'x,,7'Xfi'i1,QQ1"'Y J 4 MN.: .' 5 ' 'LQW 5,3 ff 0 X- ' 4 5 mf ' I 5 f' 4 'fx' fifni All 1 f 6 I , f mv," taflnf gdb , - lfj W , , l ' X ft in Q ,f 4' Qi i' Sf -xf . 'iw .1-1 X M ,,f'Yf31Xff3fKf-X 15,4 Qlfiix m 5 1 I l i my ' , gf lp . . if plwxlg' ' N 3-if' -Q yi , ' 4'H - , v ef' "1 X 'ij Ag ,YQ M nqyl p ' AQ ' 's-1 1 'R l 'i X ' 51 'x SYLVIA CARPILN l'l1,R t l mug? I p -QQ Ji" Q Hartford, Connecticut ,, J vffij May 17, 1913 Y--1 A 'f s , ', Two Years C. P. Wellesley yl Q ,fn ki Athletic Association K ,gl 'lm ql Y 1 3 A Q l' Glee Llub My , " Interpreters li "'9 . , . . . . " " ', ,AQ President of Christian Association QLZQLN X ' "SJ Student Council Yfx-,fl si P 'S 'X , ' f ,FS ,ij y 43 .l ' ' lynx! l L' 'RF QL xx 'fxlff J 'lf QD " u - lv QV' QA 0,1114 - X 4 ' .Vw Xi 'ix To . - 0 Q 5 'fl mu i 1 QAQNJX KA,Qg,m K vvx vm MA !'lN? I " N' Q new e- - r .1 ' 'fr ' ' ,f rg ,,. . , N, X, AKYX . X 3 JAAAA EAM VV-4,ll L-QA Mn. ' WMWMQI Nfho-ve ' ' i f',l . X A sk. A rf- gi I - ,wi ii Lsnji KRAAAA aff, 0-AAA M 'Q-lAJUkfX,A"'k lfx . S f 5 94V'A W frm ,. ' . 'Y' " f X f 6' A ' ' , W Q- fly 1,44 votst annex! -. . 1 WAP? U51 Hind up A .,4L.f,f1.A.,, ii yi ,L Q spiring--loftlest of idea - f I ,ing 'soul I lxlx . 3 - - . . A N' ll - l f'l1 . F '. ' . , Clear VlS1O'11 of the d1Hicult1es . fl Vai QW' lux ,gf i . ' ll l ' 'K' - . vi 1,1 ' Aj 'lui N um' And the glories of life. . Anal 7 N'l"xlK K JW . .. 4 Q is 1 Q1 V l' 'K 'X f - ff ir. . l Ur Y' fl NM ' ' 1 Yu in-AX W xxii,-K 13 fgffxxfl ltfxux A -1.-41144 Q4 Qgliixy .KAAJXLKKXQ I iiwyg if-All f rw . i ibm 17 . QAM KN e 1 , M, K , nifty iAA4,1 ,A IMA Q it lifia, L CFL-il nl!! V50-ki! ll Ylllgl ls ,-l' 1, A . MX ,ll 1- Q. ,e f' Q X, QA47 i ref Mflw Y V, i i A 3 , -2 TI' Xi 'Rl zzrty-four A, xg ..,l5,',. X, hkyylf X, 'Y , , Q, 4125, N-'fs , t 'vis ff N4 A .X K-N, gy Y, rw, RN f LJ , K t VY h A ' S , U LW, tri. Ib, ,xx-,Ko x JXKU Xylx xy X X c,fN Bixf X4fSkf xfpkf Mlblyf xx ,xyrrtyz Xyx4Q 1' 'N HX' fr-Vvle flips.: 9351? lipfliyfm ilk' Cl fglgk ,AJQ QM' lfljll i' 1 1 ll 1 1 C511 E ' W ij H N al A . lx , Y? ' all i Q CATHERINE o. COBB QQ? Rochester, New York April 16, 1912 if -is br: lt D Rs' -. all l W' Three Years C. P. Vassar QQ Athletic Association Kipp 1' 7 , Lvxd M111 President of Student Government K, ji M ill President of Student Council 0 Glee Club Q " Interpreters ', iii -2' W LS' , ' 2, X0 055617 W 1 1, 9, fiiffj ' - v . txwxq, K' s M W 1 M2 - . Q5 '1 . :lv-Li, XX'-.rf X 4 W 1 S f ' Z x, s 0- Y . ly , 9' f P40 s Efficient, concise, resolute-- 515 ign' 1 " ' XID, yy So just and lovable- . . 01 "A 1 i We follow her unquestioningly. f, V 'Ali 1 1 X S? Ml ' -0 M a 111-1 QB 1 u , ji-il :AQ is lr If 4 A, Thirty-five ' 4 Ni 5Y,""X Y, VM' Sll1yf,f,f"Q. lj swfx 17's f' ixkffx Q! 4 s fn 4 S I VQNVJ R7 NN? rflifikpkzix W X I X I B ' .1 ' . N4 '. V S.. 'i I S I y 5-, ,. x I 5 54 s , , 'bv x , , Si. , . ii. 1 ui ,M 5 , I I I N xi ,. wi , , K ov 01,1 YV ii! "I is. .K X X. yi ,,j ii' ,. W , ' 'BA K ,il in ,IV Xv by, N 1 I . ri ANNE M. CONTANT Hackensack, New Jersey August 10, 1914 One Year C. P. Vassar Athletic Association f W -3' f i W M my JN . fb ,if , WWII? Lf' Q1 li", 1' . '7 ,J fi AL' ALSILV I xl ' ' ,EW WW a riff L U ri? r JV Quick-Winning-bright- p A Very modern version. Tlzirty-six .. 1 LMA i. i., v . 4,1 . ii H, .. XY i' Lx- Q s--12 -i if iii 1 'Q 5- 11 ., X. X1 ii i. w- s Yi, I -i is Ak?-iq s 1 ,i fx. i I XX, ,I V ff , ,ix '- 'f Xsvixvj ' W x 1 'X' 'A r Ns 5 -1 5 il if 3 .. 4, 'fx 1 .Nl 1'-x Q .rvf ifxy . ii ,. r-'ug is-ij? Mixk ,, Ni 2-.2 'N -xc! 'xxx 'i i K' A Y' ,i Ik" 1 Kimi? rffvgi ,, . 1 iv ,fi LI 'xt' XS- 17 'MH it VJ ARA '- -4 ibxi I ,ff xux I X, XL Ii ,i i, CI -A s- 47 -f Nj. ii ii .Q i, I 'Q s .vi VX. i FJ il i 591 HHN 2- ' iX:"Y" WV H' KN' f wwf iwfw VNQ' Wifi- I vii W3 1 f -. I i , r , 3 KX A 7, i A, i N - 'X Vglff. ?'?Qfl"X,,.' 4 tm '71 CX,?Q25Qi,0Q5N:.i9yQi' Q' fwwa Gi: NY 'A 4, WJ' ,Fx N7 1 I 5 X 'M 5 ' V V V C47 - 49 VV ' GA Q, 465 Y lf 155-'Qi CTV? l? " fl L3 - fill fc! itll ff'-Q 1-is A93 7 if 313' Q G5 f' " 5, lex? wry M CL Di Q FRANCES G. CURTIS ,CWS Clinton, Iowa January 13, 1913 Four Years C. P. Vassar Athletic Association git? UL Choir fix' Glee Club fsecretary-Treasurerj , ' if ---- Interpreters fSecretary-Tre su rj Ci, if Ci' X5 iff? 4435 M I5 3. I , 5 1' ' 1 'XY W W 'EM Rtviql tvs Q 3 ' gy! lf X JW mum , , I My gg, KH ' 1 X ' X 'T WM lflf 1Q5 'is' . ' is W Ol . UV -sf 51,7 gr Luxury-loving . - 'lg 5 ' Dark and spirited companion. f gf if-A :off W f v Q52 - if fa iv 92 fi,-'QE T8 F M Io? swf 1 X Sf? WJ M ' 94 wo" fi in 599 X3 ' Thirty-sc'vm ' ' s ,' X gf w ,t v , f' s f if f 9 x I , 1 s, S, 5 5' 1 x "C S 4's- -1' 5 v ' Qifjf ig 4 n 4 V 1 N A i ilk, ur L' X 4 I in Thirty-eight P I x . I MARY DARLING .- Des Moines, Iowa QS October 20, 1913 ' Three Years C. P. Vassar x Athletic Association Choir Glee Club Interpreters GARGOYLE Board Head of Ring Committee Hockey Team w-:+R -Rt wh-WPPJ' '27 ""'- t, , .f 3,-Hjfg, rea: lufb-ful nw -and-:NS une-uva'-e.a-H Q mga,-fw"L aiv'-unglndg,-if ,fm Q,-+ 9, Ass: .'-':zo,QrLU'z.uue, d,q,9..l -az-. fhriruS,-fb. Qmcltn 1,6453 g1,,+iQLezr'Lnl:o.E:.4,g,,-.d1Q.v1uln-Q5'Lg'Q. -I-o-Q,4,u1,-0-Qvacv-I-crwE.f'f1Jl, 4.51149-v4aJ7,hd k.m:a.b0'14-'V mf-'D.c'zn4-neo.,-ua.ndla.a5'+Eu-K+ hw " f Knows the art of getting along with people- . 7, Vivid-z1liVe- '- ..... I I , JOYOUS--lI1fClllgCHt. . Y F W P Q vi 4"-', fs I is 4 x . 'N-15 4 f -A I x Q A X r 'fx 2 Q .1 fr s. 1: 1 N , . KI fl ,wx ,1 I I 1 1 1 IU QD 1 P Xl' VF Q QQQQ G9 B 14 -, LQSZQ C43 1531 91, X' f F12 5, ll 113 I1 .Y ,ld -EA 3 6523 rpg! RUTH DAUCHY 37 Troy, New York 41 K'1 November 21, 1912 CQ Thirteen Years 12,25 41 11 C. P. Ufellcxvley Eff-S1 6 A A1111 ' ' ' KSJB bull, et1c Assocmtlon AAN 1g A Glee Club Q0 lx ,X Interpreters 'Q Kr E7 Choir fPresidentj 5 ' fl Hockey Team fl? , ,f cf I X' 111 7, 1 NX mg 1 X1 ', 'B ua Q 'Ni " 5 1 N , ,U ,ii ,mid CM V31 3 V10 5, 'NA-lAl0l'. W 'Q 5 QQ ' ,Q,Q,d4 MM 430' Pyle Blithe, sprightly- .T M111 Sweetest of singers- - R V W ' . 4 , S lx Lovable and unaffected. Q 1 ff, 1 0 'VI rm ,2 i ATT? 1, A . . xy 5 ' X' bd v7 'Qx Thirty-nine 1 x T'w1 2' f1mmf'1sfwirX--fxf1,fK1 , Q, , V20 X 1511 fflxfff 9315KRYERs1,XQ?kl2gg5kyf7gKT0w,iii XG Em I 1 K .4 N fx A R tYf'x It-Xfwh 7,:V.x,,1 if ,VJ I f KX 1 3 iz ai fwqmfmew - xt QA. W7 V' K 51, ' A510 4 ll L if 'fm fa xi 'x5folX,1.n-Al' ll 7 lf x..1 4 - - fa ' l y .J If 'xt' 'E s 4 , , li 1' 'ix 1 s k X ,I N. iff' V ,f ..,f s vt pn, A I Xv-117 1' " ' 'f ' s-al A e,e 11 .. , , l , 4,4 DOROTHY DRAPER 'se I i io ff' 3 Great Neck, Long Island Egg? .x ll f"2 wnuar 17 1912 ' . ,x .tg J. y , ,lux W ll One Year C. P. Vassar YQ 7 Ah in rl Athletic Association ,jug ut Glee Club Cpresidentl X ' "Vw Choir I F 'j Nfl Dramatic Club Lift l "Af C ' gli' ?uV."' its been os. :Rs I L .. A xl..-r yn- .U f-'ikr L, .ff -y . I ' PUNK M A R '1 as 1004 ana , y,,:,. J,,,ci,,.X , D 1 nl our Ju?-I nqbl7 glfrrl-'.?3a-'SU su H tx A , 0 :qv 'Wy 'fc 7 - . U' ran or X" H43 n fhfcf fq,,',..c-r kin? ' . - Jftw . 4 HH: 1 xt H . 'M 1--J L., ,hir 0 lullllc' A P ,L.X",.7 J" 'Y oft p Veg Q DJ 7" ""' ' DCM - All yr-,fl C L fqf' Q Sy, W WA -01.5 0 o - x - C ll r fx! - I y ff Tolerant and traveled- .... 1 rw, ., .xx fy f VV' Clear-cut charm of face, manner, and volce. lg All I ' at ,xx h t lf5x.?7 , . X ., , ,. 3' Cx JU J Q3 V, 1.5 s.1If' riupl , X. ,, N . QW 0 - ml pl- Q M-lf Cv-4:1 ., ,, X 611: -, A vs V x..4S , lex! W. 18, gl Forty ull nhl 1 i t'I7XQx ,' , K s ,fx 4 Y-wa wfvc 1-f-4 f'fevf1.t.'-,, f,.f-eww-,ef,:5 ,xwfwvxae"nm 1 e 5 , , Il I X A X P , , N x tx R .tex xwt, xv M .vi X : ' "IL,,I ' '-'xlfil ,P 'fltllf -' ,-QW: -. wkxlfl. flktufx fflkflgk Q. K' 02- 2 .x ff, arf, L .x ffl S I1 .Xin r,. .V ,. v- , f'i.r1f wifwwf eff' .,,A NS 'i J ' " N i A iHcL"1 yy K I L X ' VA ij ,sf--'39, f ff 6' i 4925 'wi-if ' Af 'O gill . K 0 M N f .' It il yy ti! aiu? f i if from-s i iii M 1 V 'll f' , " My M Q R i Q, O n ,J DoR1s DYER , N' X Hoopeston, Illinois llwfl November 1, 1912 QB 6,-R: Three Years C. P. Smith Athletic Association xii WQXXSI Interpreters 4255 LJ Q 'YN f 4' Pxs igg: if i VPHQM V1 lv' ltyxgl i 1 :EMA ls, ff J 55 Q A ling Q if i O HQ . . . . 3954 ig, Ly Sm1l1ng-enthus1astic- Happy-go-lucky. . 5 -4 ff ig ,Pl 4415 l' in G 3 fi' 'nxt fi - - lux? wi in 2 C53 1, Lfgxx F nrt y-om' ,VXLNYC 'TX' ' 1 'iii of 1' X 51' lf' X ' f i' 5 ' 7Ai 'I' 1 "2 f"f?Tf FI In bf Q H I "1 1. ,Xe w fx V., 4 ,. N nxx .RQ Q N V, I, fs Lf- 1, 0 Q x Qfj A ee f ' Wee .QA 6312 U lg I K .DN 0 4- , 1 fe-5 ff Luk., In . 4, 'Xa , U ,' fa '- Sb Qu? 'iw . Qjif' Wi, k!,:.U, Q' X f'i' TQ i 'Q ESTHER K. 'FRAZIER Cf? Mechanicville, New York ,QF ff e. M X1 fe' . .X D December 1, 1913 f' f Qeffe fe D QW? Three Years C. P. Connertifut 15" lg Athletic Association 6' KN My M V13 9 I U-1. Q,u..-.A-1 C1 iw 0.A4v"4l- :dw Q, M1 We sie ' 4 ,fe I 'E Q I , , CI F I Jrvi' 9 D K 5 K gy ,' - . 'edfv' Yr' V .Qi 9-M xf X H ,, Youthful-grave- - ,QB Courteous and kind. fl xg M 64? R219 sxa 5, D L 5 Ffiix EV- wfxi ,ICXID CQ D :AS 'ff' Rx F0 ex 32 Forty-two gl 'N O lv- 1 . 1 ie f PRILAR 4" 5 Troy, New York L June 5, 1914 4? K Twelfve Years M ' C. P. We1le,:1e-x' ,, g Athletic Association lk. I Choir ' j Glee Club , -as Interpreters t srxwvfxigg X fo fm" A X X fitiffl were f,c :w'Nf.1a,l 1 SU' yi ,fl 'XXV ,Aff it Ne "fT':XLlgiE.:lK', .fiat v - 4- ffm? Kilt af ci ix 'T I 1 3 l ,, gl i i X I 6 l ff - MARY ELIZABETH - . GARGOYLE Board TRIANGLE Board 1 x Hockey Team if 4 1 52, ima 'MKS J E. b I 4. , f qdwais ' wr WHS yawn i . ' 5 V V Yi V l .jxj 4,,a4f4,qJb cz I - R5 4 Zfufffw lfwccbffffi wh Q B for fyibf Qpfj i6 ydk , ,L 'lsr xiii 'r it il . . ,itlfgy Amazingly versatile and accomplished planner-and doer- V 4' . . . . . it Quick, positive responses-wide interests- . . . f -i Brilliant-alert-entertaining. 1 1 B' B ssl" ll yofi' ,X sl, WAY s. ll i ' 'ii llv-.19 If All T, 5 Forty-three , x, ff! 1 52? :lJ:fmC:1f?X,f'g,gqv:T5'Qxw1xiK'3iaQffRwKsfQ,ifQiof'5i 'Q.f?T: ,L ff? 1 4,- mx, ',.l,-' fiqllj-X .4-Jfp- '-mklu-K -Si '5 Ulf,-X Uglxfl- 'f-0110 'f'i,ai X-ty' s f- 4 fffwffvf ivywyf .fax f f:fwffQ2f:+fwff1 Sf' w l l Akx:---fLl:izQiY 'fllzxfgk-f"l":'x 'Ili golf 'XL l Il , w 1 4 t 'S-4? J" 9: if-lx x af gujl J il gn ' ffl Q3 ug E yf l 2 ev' ll lx ,WR lwll JANET FRENCH A. K l I' x jwfx Springfield, Vermont 'ge 2 1 . CLS January 23, 1913 K l Three Years C. P. Wellesley yy V Mu ,H Q Athletic Association fVice-Presi- Lynkql dentj 4' H Q X X 1 ,, O Student Council f" 'ny .,',x'S9 Head of Health X .4 1, V , GARGOYLE Board ',.. J l ll 4 Elwfin 'll I' S M 5' lt: 'l All Rnd - C' 13"-Yx qlfgilit lffxfl UJ Ni vit? f B t l fluke MMM of 47 4"' , l f '7 ,tx-4 ' SX 'I f 1,3-Lolg N any ,, wi X, Vx I ff - - -ALAN X ffxbg AA-L Q , Nj 6 ' u.Q1.a'L fi Q . , . :flaunt 1 ,lg Q Clear vlslons, and the bralns to reallze t em-- ,W ,.. t , .'l Vx Q ll Grave-steadfast-capable. . , . , A -flux tx LAX ,xii s 49' wr Xrrlli 1. n". K jj ,ll ll ' ' ' lkwxx WS km neu! gf 03 :J VX 6 yy Sl ,l ,- ff pf-xg of -l W5 " y-ffl 51' X. .N CQ ,D f 'S ff" 'IRQ K' fs, .1 3 lwfgv fl lg, cf ll y Q ,Q lk fi H 3, Pnrty-four f!.fQ3 Yftw 'f'lY'WWxl'Lf'Rf7'xq5afZfb5ilf'Qn' fwfr' f v0 l , 'xx day' ,X ALX613, 0zXl4,5 ,qv ,A3w,.,, ,QQ f,'V, ,AMX ,Qqdqt 1,4 t, ,x ng-V5 - 1. 5, tt ,. ,I X, 1 , x I lyk Q. WX N. V, I 1, xx. JJ f. B X 1 v 4 S cv 5 1 , ' A 33,42 0 0 Qwgguglp . .fQ4fQx QQ ' ' c' B "1 fit' A ' wg ' CQ vu.: - f' L' gyg MARY ELIZABETH Q GLENDINNING Q41 Scarsdale, New York QD February 7, 1913 633 Three Years C. P. Vassar ' ali Athletic Association 31 'gt Head of Basketball Q Basketball Team 0 I Wufvd . Q ifmgf 06 ou-b ' Q99 52+ We 9-'ik fs RQ-E ' 2 X It Q CW Tall and very fair- kg Poised-aristocratic. Q f7'f4 'f 4 w wif V 1 orb 55 43,53 L5 521539 0 1 Forty-five ff T if N ' All 9 51" 'l'-PZ" "l' ' V 's Y ' 'll ' of I ' '1 s ff' I 'S ' i s flxx .1 s ,1 4 F arty-six f Q 14, HILDA LOIS GRANT Lakeville, Connecticut May 18, 1914 Four Years C. P. Vassar Athletic Association Choir Interpreters Glee Club Library Committee Big, blue eyes--tiny hands- The essence of geniality-- . Generous. . . f s. 4 -, v'x, 1 ff--i,f, X-.4fy, ,k,4's. ,fix 1 5 , s ' in 4 f - 1 '1 1, . 1 , - :L Af xy- 'A Ant U-ANA ny- ft 1- Q, Ar 1 xiii :.4,'iv,'7, v 7' X- :Xi 'X f,!ff'E f vVIpK.1'f ,' I ix ft. VW K, 413 k,iA,.7s, ya X , .E .jj K 71,1 'W MARY ELLEN .lib HAMILTON Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1 : January 18, 1914 ,' ' Two Years C,. P. Vassar 'A Athletic Association X . .1 Glee Club TRIANGLE Board iii GARGOYLE Board 12,41 Christian Association Committee Interpreters i'-In ii L' 'A-I i xy? Winn vkoum iuiuna fri :itil WZ bt O, bam My omizci h D0 BCDQIWS GMA Om moo' Y V C , I 'r jr no x-NOTSN 'lfioux Ni' wiiifi Yr-gg' music, Nous, mid Qii SNM- ggi, Gini - ?.9o.iviiie 4 L Winning-gently dignified- . Our ethereal blond has fine spirit. i- xii? ii , gli,- far A i ,wx f -1 21 , F arty-seven I 3 KQ5 r s --xxxzfmf Y-158 1, Qw,f2iff'X5!ijt-fl Qyfghq L-site -.gifs-. if: is . 1. 1 ti I 1 'yi dt 4 ' s A 'A xx p ' x 0 ,-tk, -- vf-Ai!! 'ffyxp -gs ,f Y? xg Lek,il'. Q I .QV ,LJ I-Qinff-tl: GM RSL: .xr -QA, -QLJ. SJ 'xl N in n xx, lg yqlqw, x4If,,, ,,! I - - XI 1 1 K , , l, uxfi , ,, .yy so gy, xg .7 sri' X :MH-Y,k?lKsol51,1elc U .9-f211k,f4,'l jl ,, .' 9.41, f 'i L 4 . ,fl 1 "N , 'lv Jw'-17 S1431 I j , L, LW,L , " Y , , ii gpg 5 .IJ ' ' , syn' ,f ., A, " 'KT "x!'i l rs? , , ., i A22 Q YY? l3l,llABlf,l1H G. HARRIS 5.41 x ,l . . 'f I W 523 bcranton, Pennsylvania 'W P' lhwg 7-9 February 9, 1913 i 1 " X' 1 l , bp? Ifour Years C. P. Vassar Xi ,, Kxu' lf" is ' jx Athletic Association -YA' f 'i mee Cluh f J an s, .i f. 'nfl Interpreters f Choir M" 'fx X--Q Secretary of Senior Class Ng 1 , vw f Student Council lynx! Q ,lf Orchestra . XA! l"1 .A 'lf 3 ' im Q ,WA A lx. I I d ul' if si , . 4 , l ,J JL ' Op g:g:, M W X J x ve! wx - e j., it if T YJ I i f iimll 1 ' Q1 w"w'4.' ,hifi CVD S 'JP civil Xa 'M' ' it All in 4 Q-X r "N, ni v..4f ,, , . . ., 1 j Individual charm-human- . . . RL 5, W5 . . . . . . X A S ' I Ml, bplrlt of service, of helpfulness, ofglv1ng- rw? l Almost elfin humor- Qld ,ll , , 7 . if-1 1 lxeen, balanced l'TllI1Ll. . as-X17 'f il fl 3.4 'gtg' s..l7 Xxfhiia , X. fuk M," P4 C""' -fy args? rl UQ Q- A 'H--, is ,. X17 . . W, iw , Q I7m'fy-viylzt filyls i f t-Awe X-,ff -fp -Qvfllvif -XM vt-If -tmKs,.7- X '41 s Q -H fgffrsw xo diff Q qfiwf Mmf, is :KN ,n f-QL: -' 'Qiypllt Ong Q34 gig-I,Q5Qi,mN41iQ GQQAAV fi Q ff' ! 1 xozfzozz mzguglg 0 . so W 3: X: e C5 1 O , s P erik VERA LOUISE HARROUN gg ix.: QD Watertown, New York S September 17, 1911 , O Two Years General Course 5 :Ms Athletic Association ' Q , "Q Head of Dress Committee Q ' E Student Council O if,-a Hockey Team fSubstituteJ Q O . fi 0 W f. MA! Q t ,af , 0+ JI K H W v f i J - " ' A.: ' , l 1 V 3 S ' 1 ' ' ' I I " , Q Tall, slender, gracious- Q Q0 Lover of life- ....... O, 2 A whirl of blue-and-gold brocade, in a courtly gavotte. S Q1 r Q 5 Z6 ' V0 O' Q ' Q i A DQ . 4 F o rt y-ni u e zozzo ozeo xoo zzoz ozeoz ozo I lx X: 's 5 I S P s ,N y.. 1 I" Si. ,U lx I Y ,M lx. ,.. lyy ,.. SL ,W s, l, I, w y., ,. so ,.. s.. ,. N ,. lu. , . A 'JN xvlv , 'M "iff, f.'f'7',', tv! ., t. h'v ' 1' Q in '51 -jx if 'ii' ' ' ', fb "K?l.'Xl. feJ1'fiyN L U It 5- flu! alibi? iw. 1 K ' "" ' - f N N 1 'l 5 ,I ll QFK S ,al A . V I i' G f w w 5 I 'I CORNILLIA BLODGET HAWLEY . .Q . . 5 f Bridgeport, Connecticut ' r December 18, 1913 rg 5 I Two Years C. P. Vasmr Athletic Association Glee Club 'V Interpreters . , INK Dress Committee Mx," Basketball Team F . 1 :eg GK dw, ff - f ,KYB i ., ,. , . . f ,H x 'J "LA'Q'v:, , N E. LJ r-I ! A sux GM 7x V 'M' 1 1 , ' K .ff ffl A-f 4 f I JJXUL' ' Poised-distinguishled- an some- I ff- i . 6 J X . . I . X, j i ' V1VHClty and humor . . . , l A, , i . 1 im M, Make her a delightful kOI'l'l1A81l1l0I'l. QT, if Witt 1 ' B ll r-is, f sep I-X ly Y if-'Q , yur' Xl N. ll I'-my l 'I Y V" , ll' Fifty :'-Qg, Y, .-flip, Uisfl ,afsq xfs, Xi.1,'i.x,f, xw1?,f,f.x.xf5Y "-iff., y,PA,xf giylxxf .fjy nf., ,cuiiil , l A X Xi Al XXX .N,, X,x,k x,,stf A x,x , ,xx 1 filly", ftsjffx-L -in A-ffkl flhwlk 'figbllu Agkd., .5410 'Q-'1 I W.. if 'vi-' -puff, ff 'l ft fr. 4 y 'f f, f,f,i fl X i 'ni fxq Fl! C'-Q Ji' .J I 'Q If XA i'X'i,QYx'xxg'Q3i'f5QA25 i jbxj-13 'X-ff f -Ag! 'V XS af 'i ' ' 3 , itnxn K, 1 vi ,. D ' X LI Q, wi r 'j is . 4 J, X. if if -,i 5: f s Xp fi Q U yi. .nfs I YQ ri K , fb MALRY LOUISE HILLS X' lk XF 4 Detroit, Michigan ligL'g April 2, 1913 Two Years C. P. Smith 335, hl t SGH N06 5? O' f"'3i q X X ,fly k x li' 7 :Rgx fb 5 q R iyyqgif gm pry if B f fm ,r , N -, x ' 1 W5 IJ' T922 1 D lv, ' I ' f WF W Y ' IRQ, 4' ' Y - ' Viv ix x I A Q N Q, X X is 7' Q - 1 Li . Qi 9 :F X K X Sympathetic-generous- H L Delightfully placid. QQ A! IQXNQE f X725 iii DD A ffkf gi We K V ixxiy , M47 Kg ,QU 24 Q Qi? , ii, 5 , Fzfty-our s ak v n .I Q-yf' sy' Xxxis 1, xx. Wy, .2 17 557'-gvqfisxf, '-N:f,RQ,C 4x q CWM: iv!! A -1 fri, f - f - ' Juli QW: 'lS?x.,,f5i5i.,Lffxkxylyis, EQ JAQTR1 ,Ari ' I "V f"' . .,:., ,.,1.. ., ' 1 1' f' 1 I li' . x . f-.N , ' ,V ,- I Amin :Aho 4 L L f .VE-X !x",x 4. 5 I 5 S 41 P NY I 1 I' I 5 . li B1'i'1V11Y HINKICI. A I 'K NV1ch1t:1, lxansas s I January 17, 1913 A P N Two Years General Course Y ' Athletic Association ,X Q Q Interpreters C1'rcsidcntJ s 1 Student Council Glrc Club QQ J-4.4.1 ' 's -C54 0. -Zi.:- ab -V' W A-LA-'-- , 1 -1 1 - 1 LV L.: 4 1 ,' '4 v if Q,-Q .MU Aminbly cz1su:11-- .... lf 5 Q 1. l An zzristocratic and talented actress. I Al s.v' l".Q 5-1" lfqixiqi is 11 5 .11 A' Qi Q Q Y Y Fifly-fu'0 , tg VV- 1 S if S -iv, -'4'X. -I ' ith., -1'x'. xfw., --,11N- -Us .fs 111 I ' I ' I I 1 I I 1 ' 1 I V . . ,li uni nl r xi ,J - .X . Q I -xr -yr -aj xl' 1' tb-' 'MIA-. fs gf-, 'fx I-J f-gr A I- -4 X' KJ 'RK' Q fx A -ij . f xi i i I, IT, 5 , 03503 Z ., Q QW I Q5 35 5 sl.: ii A lv' A A W Ks! XI 6 if" A I h BARBARA HOBLIT gf" Bloomington, Illinois ll!! March 27, 1913 'FFS pl. in Q5 T-wo Years General Course llw il Athletic Association fl' in E5 Qbxme-Jn Qgglg 5 5,-'. QNQs.mSZ' .Lbegj - S,s.mx.sLL9r5S'i l' Q QA Qxgxs ilk A95 xv. 4,5143 Z-l.SJJ..u...b.LL ,Cl-Q-3. Y 10 f' ku gg, ' ' Q9 mg 145 ' 'S A EEE! 'iv , .. 10 Blond-leisurely- Funloving. . . lgs me gl, ifnv H35 iQ PW Q Vpvgl Q nu: 9 D Fifty-three 2 f - AA 6.0 9 D Q f Ab. flioiioivw o A A 0 Q ofu guy Q ANN DONALD HOGG Scarsdale, New York May 10, 1912 Tllrce Years Gwzvral Course Athletic Association Interpreters OOQSV Q,ff QQ ie,-E Q O6 'NNE 2, ' .sfo gb - yi - q - Nunn , with charmm Wldti eyes- fw U Y g 6 96' Frolicsome, ..... S-Q et with a dignity all he! own. P QS' so WO ,yr 9 N usb 03 6, dx Fifty-four : '54 it - i KI AI KI Si' p I 1 K1 g , V,, ,.E, ,r ff' 6312 gglg mano S 8 202202205 Q 0 :02202 , 5 0 gig svfib i V I QP + C5 W SALLIE PAIGE HOOKER 1 Q5 Longmeadow, Massachusetts bd , , F Y ,Lul5lD9b1913 4 5 v . . assar 4 Q cxihiletidglxiociation 'fab ei 5 Interpreters AQ 'PQ Editor-in-Chief TRIANGLE Q Q, Head of Hockey 10 gl Hockey Team S Q Elem, Eu-Uf,, ' ., . wu mo ' sl 1 i 9 QM d algo , ff 'W' S2 gg ' wmfaywc ' Qi.. 10, 5' 750,05 1 , f ' , 1 , 1, ' RUM? .. W1 mv V9 Q2 Keen, observant and inquiring mind-- iq? Lover of beauty- ..... Admirabie in her skill .... " 'K' In everything to which she turns her hands. vo Q 1Q+ an 1Qr Q , Q F i ft y- five 0 X ::0zz0ze0z 0 20 z20z ze0z20z O' 56-,fN INfTq7'5 ll' 1 fgxfx., , , xfxfy , I- W Q Yi fi izfit 'I f1J.kl 5: ix XD 1 11 X 'Amir N Axqifpx Ant lu. , , ,xi ,Ap X Anya xxx? ,pdf 4 I H o- .1 ff if n A U f " i rx' 'fx x -'T' UVY V. . Q , ' W Y -- -- fs ' . U 1 xi I I X .1 , K, H .Q fl 7-is! P, ky Yuzi' if fm, ,M Y! iff! 4 H ' X A I SALLY MUNRO HUPFE1, fi Ll' K ,ZXQA x4 1 it 1 n J I X' I+ ishknll Village, New York fn-xg' ,gifgx June 15, 1913 U., ,fi ', ,n V y wx t U, 1' we Y ears C. P. Bryn Nluwr Yg-xi f w 1 pf" M Athletic Association ww- g ,, ,' Z' ' 5, - Interpreters s .4 ' 1 ,. . 1 J' V , fi Vice-President Student Government 38 NK Student Council QDQ ' ,Q ' SNQY' ' x 1 -, my. , v XX ,X K , , xl ,L ,Xxx-nh VV-fg..,, ..- .1 l 'ff 913 f ,nj mv- T-if 'N lr -nt, Q . X -,fuk :gf U -X ' ' t,..,,..-.. vb-QQ ,W A I N J . if it Y S - it I I 'NN Q.. K, --sf 9 .x ' 4" gf ' x""',s I .4 I rvltz F A K f V Hx ' 'X 'U J wfdti CL' if ' NUM Q' XR 1 1 'NX 5 ' . ' sozf L,-A, GL.,-x--. fxsgfgz-Q.,-Pm Lg, Ax. 2? 5 X, , Q , t X W ,. A fr M NA' Jxigk . W-MQ sv: i ,, A- ' v Q, i 1,5 it B - - 1,-' ff '- ' "1 Cz1pable-helpful-affable- - -QM , Yi! I 4 'xy Grand sense of humor- ' K 3 1- -X I I ' at LPWQ i gif 27,117 in it ,DW '5 Rb Fw'-4 i Mfg ,muxm it Q 5 XA fr' ni-'X ff" Q iv:-7 flu: Cr! ji K v 'tx Q, IH ' 5 fC P! 'jfs' Fzfty-sm' , f- ," N5 - ,ml - ax f -A uf X - , .1-5 f fy, 1 , X V - N PNK , E ,-- , -U ,I-X, x ff- ' 3 Q N, vi, lv 4,1554 X-Xa 24 Ev s I X 4 s., xx. 4.4. I, X jfrx J, X ,WtA, X XV 4 sky, xv: yy, xx. LQ, Q 1, g ' f A ,fgx :pt clilyf ,X 1115. ,lkyfgbgtigt If ,X Q, Kit fly 5,5 fig? xx 1,i6L QQ ff .5 ful x, ll oszozw: to gi xi,-in Q ffl 5 5 7,1 , oi qt 1' "' MARY HUSTED 51 it Toledo, Ohio V- A .1 fx ff Q T5 11 51 Two Years 9-'Ax lay--4' Q LQ Interpreters I? :il Y1 0- 'YQ 15,53 Q 2 A-5-649 L15 Ci , Athletic Association Christian Association Committee .LWAB ug-.114 Q .Y -.fb2Jx.,L,a - h x mfguglf 1 July 31, 1913 C. P. lVeIIs XQ-a..iQ-4 X.JL,k.A "AJ 1 5 E A 4 FQ K,e,,.2.,'..2-Q:kff?kJL..LQ.Jv-' Q52-2:9 JW VL'L'L'L"2Q' A-O 'i'i'h"".nx-1 H 'l I E-'1 lx X Jgjx-135+ M"'4'g"b3' "'jbiAx- xl g xl,bkJ"'L kJg1-.amgkfu-i , 1 I 51 1 S Ks fi Eb po-fix l 'fill sb ZW sv IX Rx I 4 i C Loquacious-prz1cticz1l-z1ctive- A doer. . . . . Fifty-seven fb V GW ' 4 N 1 V Q Q, l Q if 1 Q Q ,-o. ,Gir o :X 1 C1 'O iiE Q G.0QX.C-1. 4 f1 :5Q-E LO' x.g.,, x 'rv ,J 'www vi X. ,Z!,,' ',,I,, ,,' i 1 gi' ' X I '-t. ' 1 sin'-f' fslff- ri L foxes -til' -5 . I x BARBARA M. JOHNSTON Port Leyden, New York 1 : November 23, 1913 , x Two Years ' ' C. P. Sarah Lawrence , K Athletic Association ' ' Choir Glee Club ' ' Basketball Team qsubamufap ' ' R315 Q16-uzxb F I WRX' is ACLU 'CII X-VQ'i"lf-Je ANL ' A Q s 5 Ll3"l Laughter-loving and sunny- f- :X Unaffected- H QxcLQJ115Suam' 'N I , I Human. . " 'fa P S i -1 Q 1, I LXX ' C cf L ,il ,- li N '4 3 ii 33mB-gl. li Q S V1 'X .. . it-N fx? lwffy-vlght ,' " M l's-" N i' x,' 1 'S 9.4'x-', Q'1.'5 W N fi 'fV'iN FVCFKXJ- Y blygifil F115 ' - 415 .,1'S -If iii . I f- iv' H 1 X 'Vx 1- 'fr 4 'lm i' A I W A 3 ' 5 ' ' r -1 , A . ,J uqfp ffqlya -lllfl 'fsyr 'Q' 'ffif ffsyl 'rvp-. V1 "' "af ' ' f If X. 202426 O U CLD 52,2 ff" E4 X sfllx CVQ I Q, ' Q ELIZABETH JGHNSTON -H: Scarsdale, New York i Q July 31, 1912 QQ Three Years C. P. Vassar Athletic Association ' Q President of Seni r las A : QNX, Student Council ' nyc I , A '23 Efiffp' 'CES IEP? ipfw e I l l BMW M 9 is ess V PM ffiiwiifi 1 i M 1 S1 QQ Mia! . iw f I 1 Q 1 . f . 1 1 K SQ P K' a ir p er s y unas mg- J y i 4 sa - . . . K J e t president. .... 5 iw' T 153 f Q AAA I Q REQ! ' e Q 1 , 9 Fifty-uiuz' X OX X OX X OX OX QCEQ G Q Q XQ H Q 5 gl L fi If X ti ff N, - fl V' QX p r .g lei-47 5-1 C D lp ,I X I , 12 453 ,Q YQ? 5 I x YN i 'Qi W9 , is-10 kj, DILBORAH KETCHUM 'Hi 'x X' f gkxfjlr MQ Troy, New York QCVQQ January 15, 1915 0155 Eleven Years C. P. Russell Sage if Athletic Assocation fPresidentJ 1:2155 Sr d t C il fr 21 Ti1oyimDraiJriuariic Club Business Manager GARGOYLE Hockey Team F55 RMI!-A Qian - gk ry, MAKUAD' X, ,I wx ,MQ Wuxi-u Xocmi WOM-w ligffi ikxia M W- Kb GMA A Q - :fs W' u.vJL9 Nu maint sw as 1+ Fi Af Q1 X" 1543 ' S WS W 81533 'asm ' K 1 ' fi AQ? Gallant knight, with standard held high- mf? ' "fi Intelligent, capable, energetic- . . . C 5 19 21 xx. Frank and delightful friend. . 62.3 M crib 51,25 Gi? 4221 'Ml 109 " 2 Ks 9 0 0 Ili Sixty ' s X FN -. fi ff' 'XX O 5 sfwdi xvsfxvv SYKNV WfN ' Wfwf WWQ5 X120 ,sa ,O fig ,sm dh. if D y xg -. rw, 4 S ix 4 Qi QX OX CX X OX gfuzgugllg QQ Q Q Q X S 0 4 , 1 5 I oi fi i Salfg QQ ,ll BETTY KNAPPEN Grand Rapids, Michigan April 1, 1912 Yffv T-wo Years C. P. Wellesley QV bij Athletic Association W SQ YQ Li 4 Huillfw xkein: Clmlnui YO QW Wm Wm Qscmtbam, mgyrw-am Q , , xl 1' l f, g KGGLL mid 6U"L.YTh'ZC3,CB UFS W-?qJ1,LYLJ..Y 'ji W 4, '5 N . I 1 C I, , YlLm.gLwfcfY1s.,i Mau. fig ,CC Y- KO 'N , l KS is -.9 iD' ' 'DL , K '- I , ACA I , txdmk Q gy? Perky-restless-a using- Enigmatic blue eyes. . . A Q ip!-qj 5 1 Q 9 4 we CD L0 3 X V9 i gig f Q ivxl S 4 ggg, Sixty-one 2 - Lo iw Si.1'ly-Iwo i'iifIIfQUI,'Ilf VIRGINIA LAMONT Lexington, Massachusetts August 23, 1912 Three Years General Course Athletic Association Interpreters GARGOYLE Board Original-with a subtle sense of humor- Ideal friend ...... Best possible Company- it , ., . X45 0 6 13 :e nema V0 MD e L4 Q Nz ' , kwj e cs wi Xl If S' P, ,I 1 3 ALICE FRANCES ga U LAUBACH Q ' ' B kl , N Y k 1, 'li Three Years C. P. Wellesley t it Athletic Association O tl , Q ML ng.. flux www' 05-idnffv 'O I2 , Qaplffr , '06 L 562'-'4 Q 1' Q Zia, M044 M 10 s ,444 Cfftdfxg ,6u-bvs- I s EEZ Agn!! Wife 20612 iw L' AM' fam' 1 .0 4 44444 W d tml J l DQ ., 1, Mo, -,iff A ' +3 VA' Q11 Q I ' Calm, smiling- i Q54 Evenly cheerful. ,Q , . 2 40 6 K 3 53 5 V. S' y-tl II l lf' U L' Q Q zo cs ez rzs z xox :oz 51 2013 Q il! ff L4 X' '47 V 1 X- vf .5 1, i 1 up '5 ik vvgg 7 ' vg .x 6312 H lg 4 xl' Ml, ff' Q- l Wi si wr w-ta K ,X I Q"'f ' si xr -if? i ' 1,1 -I 51-73 Yi - - 4 If- six l.l.,,:7 li wif? in Q vw 5 K" '7 VIRGINIA l,lLWlS Ski V ff 1 " X ' N HM4 if XJ Newton Lenter, Nlassachusetts U" September 27, 1913 if-'A' 1 Y xv I el! Three Years C. P. lVcllc5ley W' '3 Athletic Association A 7 Glee Club ,Cite Q' Q Basketball Team bon, ' I' VKX, Kinks 9 :JP aoLbu-iJ- 9 fsa-x...4.A.np Rx l . f, N ww M A MQ-M ERS cnch..-vo ' ' faux ' x fi , .1 - Ely Y' Kg Y- Qi QL 'LAJ fK-sd f"4-9-A"-U' 'fvlg i UI' Q xl D-X . X'-Q fN lop of C lf if-si I-a-44 1,..,.., ff Log ,T-Q 53467 KY I gi' Ly' it I if ' Q , , f gi X 'Q x N I il 2-Q5 V342 32:3 . . Our keen, I'0lvllClClI1g- 5215 l LL- Hail-fellow-Well-met. . ' 'K r-A-X bf riff YN' U Ar 'Q f'7'NS 'vga 'IS fy gh fi,fQ . 5' Yffj ft Af 42 DP i- Q :ml fuif xxfxfgl M . Q 5? 5 N1 Szxiy-four iw Hi' L 51x syfxx 'KQV' ,wx JP,-X HRX!-M y'N --f 'KW X l f X fi ,J N pi Jxvgzwxvsl 7 :yi SX .N,fSx, -N W, . X' tf X' ' 1 N' fy lf 'xx I WU' N , tf , V " x "1 X ff x' kb I ' ' " M51 fillffi. QW!!-w,l Qgkli, his M f52f5Q A Qi' Q2 0 fuz Ugly 4111 4111 Q Q1 4: 59 e 12? keys? I, ,ly Z Abe, 1:1 uh 1 KK eb ' ' A 'C X19 :wa V1 Alfi 5237 wif? nl 3 e ,W S11 LOUISE G. LUEDER 1 1 SH 'lx fx x-4 Mount Vernon, New York V77 7 1 iii June 21, 1913 Three Years C. P. Well.s 'b 1 Athletic Associatxon GLVQI Y' ' Choir Q Glee Club Qgkfjf' Qxxj Hockey Team 0,19 .fx 'Wx' ww ww N5 WMM Nm-2 Nag, XE oyhk GPOJ, X5' 69, kv a x ,--f WK? K-Qt JK " 'YXPN 1 Q :X 111 W be 1 N5 f of FQ yy' cf' 425' 'W' Aff'-x 1 X N' 1 'L o ' KX X ' F-A ' QW ,pew , v' 5117 'I 015' 'Ny 3, 11 ..v QW" 99 gy K N vs' 4 X 4 3 61 Q, 41 Q is 4 ' V Cy Q1 ,J fp 'gx Knows the meaning of fun,- Good sportsmanship, . M xxx A 12,5 M A1111 1' k'11. . . In-lg C IC S 1 151 9-1 fa Q93 19 N' 1 5 NG R562 5 ' .VRD Q HfX QQ W3 1951 .xf . -NJ gi' up PP N ' Sixty-fiw PW 45 A 18 'fi I N ' x'N 'HZ V 4 5 f 'V off Nfi' 1 mrfgugln I 3 , If a 'G NV L5 J " as '..C' ,fx , K-I Q Q , N i ik 5.43 KM? 0 55 AQ isiim 543 QQ? ANNE MARSH Bronxville, New York E5 January 14, 1913 QQ X0 4 gtg, Three Years C. P. Wellesley 4555 Athletic Association ,, Glee Club Cheer Leader Q Q W1 ive QQ 3 M 1,99 ffl it H i X ' X' nfs ' i . A M , a, 2 4 Sy,-Pgxol 5 x ' S ca 9.99m g UDL 09, X99 Q s ol SP my Q39-' . S3 v y Ax Gcglypp ' y , Gay and attractive- 9 GOD . . i MA Irrepresslbly joyful. . q l I, Q V ' S212 29 65 t K SX 4 Yau? 'CW LO 23.1. ' M IX Q ' Sixty-si.z' gi Fx , -fi, 'X v 5 fx 5 y ' , l x l 5 TV? x -v-,Vi QF QXQ QP Q XQX s v- Agv v ,'i SF, x,',,V, cqlgqvf ..,' , t :if is 1--.1 L QXJL lsdllise. i iv -V It . if- x I X V , , I x .. I f l rx f 'N 'I' "VS " 1 5-ll ., ,t' Ar' s W 1, gf g 5. al 1f:D1T'H M11,i.L:R l Asheville, North Carolina y I ,Hx May 29, 1912 i Dpi Thrrv Years C. P. Wellesley if-1 Athletic Association K f Edif0f-in-Chif-f GARGOYLE -If Interpreters G' lil Glee Club j',fQ Christian Association Committee lP"'7 X. li i - ty 4 I A44 ,J N Km JL P+ ii 014.4 L5-and Fwy J 'f f w -be - l 1 5 W1 -154. M ,U . 1 D 1,111 X - , 5,. G Lf' If i-ml fu.. , 5,131 f 1771, , L 5771! '4 --41,4-L 3471 'Q The faculty for clear-cut and comprehensive expression- qu. Yi qqll 'y J, , I-'Q -1 Ixeen perception--t1'ankness- . . . . in ,7 Xa, KV A brilliant and versatile executive- ll t fl iss Gracious- l',",1j U, ll bv-Z Sw? X, ii. is ,ED Cl-4 35,7 ii ll S ,fl U vb - ,510 S txt y-seven X 1 ,QQ fi ' ' ' ff 1'-Tift "i' fi? 'if QV Yfiff i?'i3Ii'ixff li'-ffl' 'fill fl ' Q a r A 1 - A sl, ,axqyp si v-.grip Ag' J- 4. ft ', 55 cs. fkgilvl Qs. Us 0-Qin QA 1,-tgyf-A ,rg If -xg Qing, if 5 xv'v xvlvf Q VK lx C "f , , if N f ' Y'fl ' 'uf'-A If. 3 l " '- ini! X -A f izsgl ll lx: xr U73 L54 .5 . ffl l ll X '. .A W Q. xx. ' V1 rn ll NE x NN " If A Nw 17 ' I xv lli MARY NEUMAN Albany, New York u ll october 5, 1914 Three Years C. P. Smith PAQ Athletic Association Glee Club xffk .' 'N yymxfhl 5..f QIVN in ll , :Ma L- X l ef' X- 069 -L 'X Ml Z xg' f- 'I- 1' xx. ,T -X , nf 'nz 5117 -C-sr ff X NJ 'YXQ Z . . fi 9 'IX ' Q13 Both generous and appreciative- A worker, fair and square. . ll mlb il-Q S37 0? 'mx Xa D 52314 r,--,, .7 J f Q..- lx il Jing XS -. 41 'f Nl. ,x kk X '59 Si.1'fy-mgflzt KQQ ' X 'l"' V-fl 'f w'x""0w' XX "'X'ff'X"flQ -ff' N ' 'WX 5 fx VFW' X vA"C" -X lklfxvv s' x :Ks - va ' ll mflr. lines, ff W 44 W? W iw Ex A ' Q ' f rw A X W ' "lf V ' ' AQVN., IQMIN 1-SXQSQ I gjkivf 4 gfgxl 5 Exif fa by IAQ QA Ag fi Q awk' My f -xx fy, Q 1 1 Q rv I ., ,N xi 03202 O U 9 320 92 Cr ID 134 N y' sa 3 LQTQI fl D fx I I JH 5113 W3 " 'D Ng' TV' wx? I Q12 .kg CHRISTINE PALMER QQ, Yonkers, New York A Q3 March 27, 1913 gif Three Years C. P. Smith QV!" Athletic Association Q I5 Interpreters gif Basketball Team qsubsmutey ,A fn Q? Q Ln? ' ,I 1,5 Q5 , Q of iw Q99 - ,pf f f X 12420 ef 5 eg' W' co S1 of 9' "W K3 Q9 I 96' X gk? K W Qp ful, Fay QPR' 3 X 'J s X ' Q9 XQQN Q u 232 Q Naive and generous-- . . . qi 1 Q, ,I She can be Very grave and very guy- Q15 Qu 44132 5:52 357 515 QQ Q CQ D QI 'N ,wa Sixty--fzirm Q x qs fre, f ff w3Y""X 4 s ,fs any f is ,f fmwfx Wy 1 X ij! D 1 s s fx yu f-X 4 s , N1 s4'W 1, bt Qfkyt MTA ' Q" fj. Q 'YQ5 X!-D. 'QQ Rho VIXXM Q s 1' 4 f Chl Qgfigc e- If w Glee Club Choir CONSTANCE PHILBRIC K Hartford, Connecticut August 28, 1912 Three Years C. P. Smith Athletic Association Chairman of Cheer Leaders Reading Club Committee 4 N , I O 'jpf' I , 1 l Impulsively frank- . Generous-fair in judgment- Piquant sense of humor. Sfllflify ily. , , lfyb .7-TAI xyvyv 5 'xfsx ,N .',x S x 4 ' Q 1 'Mr dj' 1,2 fs f -'LIL 1 1 -1 - s , . 0 25225 6 I " 'V W cgigs J, xx fi N W, la Q3 f' 'QE fkf' P' AN 373 GTE? QQ' EVELYN PIKE 'QD xi 1 UN? Troy, New York Q lv fi gm February 24, 1913 42253 vhyi QL 5 Thirteen Years Q6 6,13 C. P. Russell Sage Athletic Association X in Glee Club ,W Q x, W '1 H x ,x I- if Cx: Troy Dramatic Club ez' mf 'XB '73' i n im xX.1i ' ,JI " 51 l if V 03 :fwig ug fv-3 fi? n V in .Q ftytl :f . 've' MJ Quia: M31 Q milk " ' g .1 .11 ' UMW Q M W 'YM' we QQ -59" ' 3 Optimistic-easy-going- . 1 ,A i gn A quaint, engaging manner. J? ,UA ...sg qi , -gl JX D - Ri' fix? s bfi! ' 7 rv ' "TD EK-' lx i iv QQ Q3 Q? Seventy-one QQ f If kixiixx ,- 5 , ,f-S f-1 X -'1. . wf -,i ,-, X ak X lK5'J' V! jf X If Shf X Qf R f'X 4 S Q I 5 I 5 f N xy yff 5 K i f' 'Ni 5'Xy'k':X f'if3iigJLEM, LX' IQ D 4 rcfvs lxxxx f iw Qmzgnglg o . QI w 'Q ,lj , Q Sylf J, xx! ? li. J - Ulf 10 -- sk 5 I ELIZABETH POLK Troy, New York April 26, 1914 WN ' x .Wg fi D1 4 i Cp X Two Years C. P. Smith a yn Athletic Association Troy Dramatic Club Basketball Team fSubstituteJ W I ix fx is ii Qi 3 O Q O til Candid-generous- .... 4 Quick mind, quick twinkling brown eyes. 44,5 S Q we oct W f Q ii Smfcnty-two , 4fWfN7xfN-UW? Jlfxfv fs ixf O sfxjls N4 N X -c . - . -. , - K Q 'Vi 'O',x'!l' x fl',' l' xk iii ,KN d Q Q , 5 , S , 0 :A Cmygfl Gilbfflk 'jg fix fL'X4f5A RVf,l3eQ RyQ D 0 A rxfgt lo f 'gl pi-gig, 3 'I x 1 203202 EQ' all 40 ' 4 5 0 Q ggi 1 Q53 1335 X n Q Q LUCILE REILLY DQ C0 Mount Vernon, New York VV , Q February 28, 1913 Q we - Dy Three Years C. P. Wells 'I " gg Athletic Association Zig Interpreters "' Dre s Comml ee 'I Hocicey Teamtisubstitutel 5 to Jn mi M or i , i ' Q QM., N Q-0 t6A1l.x.A.2 5 ' G ' Q-JL-L ' V0 fl s L ,-SQ J Q' e J-L9 A W MQQAM1. tg- 'Nag ' fQ.A!'d'k1w ,, -1,AA-AJ . I I i 'ark eve e X W 0-A-14., Q, 1, Q A stgrling fair-dealer- . K9 With reserve and charm. 40, SQ -I I v ff 1Qr 5 I Q6 4Qr C 40? , , Seventy-three M Or4or2mzoXXGXXi:2mzco Q :Q o o O' S 4'viWf! K-'lv ' i. ,llw ,elk--, 1 1-X i I 'ki 1 1.x ' 'uf' 44 ' L. L 0 s,u-. 'Asn' x V ANNE RHEINFRANK ' - Toledo, Ohio August 31, 1912 ' ' Three Years General Course Athletic Association I t Hockey Team umA9'F59x"d-an ,- . -- UM? J- mr QQ' ,nz AN u.xl.N7 fic'-A' N UA " li X -Gum. - ,, by Lu! Gay , 1 . : S 9? --4 old ow-3 071' Gnd 9819 - l' All Jaunty-ash-blonde- Q :W Breezily talkative. Q' fit-Q 5-1" it ii ,A -YQ ivef: fx lil Lai!-A wmv ll ni ffl i Xi .Skwizfy-four so 4'sw' Nl xf' vhivf Qx 4's,,' wi'x.f"'TxfY ah QfZ7'Y3.fyfifif'f"'Q,4TTi'X'yi1Sif sx'4'x 1 s . 3 , if i. 1 ,y : 0, Ly, Kit 'VU' in r' wx 1, K 1 1 1 - Y ,. Q pe "-a'3"r- '10-if Aj 'Awake Q-QQ '1LfQ,5x ff,,Qy5p,w flops. 'fi 0-A f-gp' x 1- '-A 1 1' 1 f I i X C I YQ f9,fN6QV5,ff- 'i v 647 fLY'XjJ! . , ,V Jhffsq , bail if fi! 1 1, ,gi 1' Ui? W- fi 'I ,Ii 5 'Y 1 5, A fi' gi! ,li 'Qi ,Q is .gi E I Q,.-lx N . Qigiw E1.1zA1BETH HALLOCK if rv Q1 1 ROGERS fi 'fx ,f" . ix, 1 Q. :7 Cazenovla, New York fqfi '1 -A 5 1 1 CQ 5 October 16, 1912 ,Q 5 "WF . fi Fwe Years General Course if 'ix ix h At-hletic Association 1, JV jr TRIANGLE Board gifs ,Q tx Head of Archery 'fix . ' 1 . 1, 11 X, ,, sw C1lee.C,lub 'jf Choir 'J fu 15 Interpreters if, S, Hockey Team 822 'f X14 Q 'sf' 5 ,1 'QL-.J J2..w...A .arm 1 1 Kg N A 9,4-vvx sr SN Bowoan Lol rt, Gio 1 X ' ' W 1. X I .1 . 1515. cL.A t.u.n.U QAAA W su, Aux WQAJAAAD 30 Q' 3 uA,c,611w I , 'J,,"5 yr. D0-ull' Dj "6"'-N' Cfbuz-uv fL..u..u- arm ug, in -i 663.37 .1 --A Q5 ' 15,31 6' Ky? ON Dignity and charm-- Lwfffl' ' - if 1. 1.14.1 551' Actress of note- . . Ki 1, ,gx Sane-balanced-lovable- . H Qi s -- W . . ' " ' Cf A moulder of " class op1111on." ,jf 135 ,1 HK y K3 " il 1T'iKQb it M 1 .sy..:, Ii Vi Q 1'-H1 C' 14. ,swirl yi.: Q AY! fl A- ix !,i'.HkLX1 1 'X f xii j Svvvzzly-fizw giigj 1 , ' '-'xf -t . , . X , , .f , , 1' ,X Y' f Y5N 7 '- , R "I f '7-. f N 1 X' f- fix N ' NNFTNK 1 V f V S f 1 Xwfar R07 :rv YQ XP www AWN' N' 1-ffm Ap A C1 X p ,- N' 0 'fx 1 - 1 I . Lg f. ' wx , W -. xv ,-X 1 .X . ,1 .K '. 5 N I N Q, fy six 'mix sus SNX'1prk7xgAX 'At-fX!FQ,OX IMC ny, , I IE fr L'-UIQ J' R'g,iIY.3'1,f 'ffl Q 'ax .l2N""'y'vlu rj K. ,' , jx, 4Li,,S. AMEX 3 1 ,315 gigs, tg A lf' S 1 ,N I K ,l' S A , p x s l' s I l I' 'gl p sb fgf 2 4 'l 13 a -uf , Ins? Q.. 5 Ylfff lv- al u , f 'I ROSBDREY ROHRBAUGH H A x7 ' 1, WRX Y hi, Hanover, Pennsylvania y 4 g',jgl February 17, 1912 H 's lvl " x 4 Three Years M w 1 ll ' 4, A P. A ' :Lil . . . fu' V 1 Athletic ASSOCIHYIOH 5 f A, Interpreters l W Head of Sage and Kellas Halls :HQ " lf, Student Council V f f at , ' I -. , Mx . ai ng YL'l x 'A 4' Fw Qfxkx C3 QA 55 ll fe U -"vxQJxNQ,, 4 'ffl E M N Q E1 J ' Q . - I N Y e, ,r l K5 - 0 S gf l .1121 S-R 'M UQ 1- H ' -. Mfh . N 5 4. N t, 945.9 1 , H 1 l . 1 ' V gl J ,lax-fvgk x-. 4' 1 .. " by I 'X fl? XAQX X X, Bl - at AY ,L si, N , . 5 ly 5 ,,,' 's .4 I' i tj fx rl 1. i Q iii, Competent-loyal- . V' 'g ,H gf 5 " f' ' Joyous- .... fl S, ' ' Her smile, a light in our hearts. gf:- f 7 K3 fi 7-,A 1 fr- Q 51 .. 25 ii,-,fl rl 58 ,lf fit-1, Q1 ff hh, 'gh lj. 'S H' xftlff ffm' lr ,l . lin Ill ,n -4 ,S'n'z'w1fy-.vzx .""-43 'V Xl "V Q' 4"5Y7 Xl' v' H ff' ffvf 'G v'v 'f 'S "X,-fl h.gW!6f'3,Wy91"TQvabfM '," "fQf1l'Thf'Xb-,gflfi -Z 6 Jw 1 IW 6' l ' - V 1 wi 1 K 1 l K 4 l lvl N' K1 A l :I 'Y w an frm -K f--we f::X.4.x A-buffet film. MM we an N. fatrxdfe ff. , A x hz -L V1 1 "M 5 ' V V V 6 oc- cv ,. QQ QJDOQD Q 6311 U lp Q bosooz Q f' Q e s o 3 f W i C622 1253 i fi? 0 ti ffm Yr? fl ' Qi ANNE SHELDON fi' S xx Dorset, Vermont September 6, 1913 'W5 XJ Two Years C. P. Vassar O7 . . . 6315 gihletgl issocnatxon if D skis ee u K lt W Ch ' Q Chiii:-tian Association Committee Hockey Team fsubstitutej br 8.11 tu ' fU0'LV1 ' P i W C AKLDJI LL' th-III' ,iq-tux t nt uw mdk C241 I, 'x 1 lamb I ESQ is W 2 QD 'MMS t1""Q"" 2 QfgflkanvwgL4HAUono. buiffyzt i i , ,,,i,,,,e-, 1. , ku BULK i' LUI slug' itll, f, f - ' ' ' X Q ffiiu' X151 .UL ri dm' 'HH .5 fi LA-fc tixruh r-7:-l-1 if fs 'Lf'-Lf ip " ' ""LJJJLJi?L an In WL il. kin M- L os- Y' l fi LMA: ck " r, . 1 s " 5 . ' 1' , - - ft Ufiil si Yitbuhbil ,xp PM hguwla Lilikfgi "'9Qff1""" Q -' ru . -no mlm 1 as som hmm. mA dial Q QL QLUT it A' 'Me gm: ' " Loyal and unequalled friend- . . . HTF.. X' my Lib ,DH With the sense of values . . . . And the common sense of a good thinker. QNX? O :ks Wg 9 M O P' I Q iss: QQ '4 fbi-, Seventy-sewn px Q fi "IX 3 Sxglf fix I f 17 bf' 4 s ff 0 'f I ' K 4 x ' 0 ' I , 5- fi 7 n o QP Q 20 163 Ti :O 1 ' uv ixflsif gv,lvD 3, I f f e . 1 I l ,P-i..V,f 1 fig?-i SALLY SMITH Cazenovia, New York September 2, 1912 Three Years C. P. Smith Athletic Association Glee Club 'Treasurer of Senior Class Cheer Leader Studen Council Rv P-M, A faves- Cn-snaf -fbm c.1on? -feP2V'Ql'J '34-Q QJI I can Pkfnff of erelhg i SUAMC. cifd 4-File. ,abrd5eJ. so Sb- +6001 ol and yooul E-:Elharaland half of er-Ill QLD, Distinctive-charming- Spicily clever. Scvcufy-ciglzt 1 ' s :.V 'Q.y!,,': .f A'Q':rhf'rQllxENQ9L' Zofbfbfliy-, :fp . elle 1 y df l Q 1 Q a Atl: f f-Ajflfs: 'Aviv hi 70 Y '1 1:15 Leif: X- 'Ag dxg 70,0 Q 'etia -X -4 gr - fp' I' ii Y IW! i 1 ,-rx JK 9 4 2 ii If ' t ' Q Y 4' 5 1 v 4 H ,Q QXQQK Qfuzgnglg soaozo , 1 ' rg W3 if, 1 D r if N izjsl Q 55 PKG xx Wifi KN GERTRUDE VAN DUYN My QQ soUTHWoRTH GS Syracuse, New York YQ' July 7, 1914 Four Years C. P. Vassar iiwwfi Athletic Association ig Interpreters Q Christian Association Committee , x Head of Croquet xg it , Qu 5 f I ' X X: :I I A l ,H W K ff 0 s i N1 f s 775 193485 , f i if ,IQ ' ' . 7 K 4 QQ 4 f . 'A 'Q' M, IIKQN A Q4 i I , - V' - ' N V! I - If- A I 4 Il i iw A - s '. i QQ - K' ,'1. Q ew so Q 4 s 1, W7 Q CRI? O Irrepressibly funny- A91 Naive-lovable- . C15 'IQ s a 'xy Indlvldualist. . 1 I .fx X cifiw P5 52-fi SQ Riff! , v 'Q W3 QQ QQ? fig Q Seventy-nine 'ii D BW' 'i k ' " 1 " X Su Q QQ Q KX W ' x i X , ,- w r N ,Xin 1' Os mfxejbl D 5 w , fo W so-Q ff X I fl," N Vx Ez-fi Z' KN M vis finsx ,wtlfy ,Fri 4 ' ' lilo! ll X? f M, ,, , x f. RUTH R. SOVVILRS .iff Hi . . kfsy li! Ml VVh1te Plains, New York gr 1' Q ., f lying December 8, 1912 ,UQ QA ly WSL K4 Three Years kg ff 'P"'.Kl C. P. Mozznt Holyoke rf? I lm, iw' it gg! Athletic Association ki Q-:MD Glee Club gifs' 'fb Choir 5,-Q FL - Interpreters Q ,lf xr wt ' Head of Entertainment ' x , 5 1 ik Student Council ,filly Head of Bowling XXX! A-SX 1' L' -. fl im "Me ll Q X :init , V 'FA Xfzfql . Xb vii iw Q ll IHS, X ox wld' it 'fi 5 'w lfl 7' is X gif E 'Ig XQ sv U v A QQ 9 QS x ' 1 . . . X " "JN Porceful and strlklng personality- 'fi' X77 ffl N -l, Born executive. Qx a - 4 :Rc- -af? 5, 3 . ai 4533 x' 'j--gf 'M N U lvl fifrx, if ff 273 WRU U 5 ' l'x43kl 'v -ff Q, fl Q,-Q Fiffhfy if 1 I Kwik 1 Www- afwlwfwvh-14' xv vis 0 N , , f , . e 'YNY' sv s.w2KSw' wow 9 fmt uhm post fzlkff ' , i fy 1tliffwm'--,Wvfggfff1tTW"T'-"fi 1 1 2 0:2 mzguglg 1 Q 1 .. , i ty 1 Sq' ALICE CHURCH ski SPENCER ' 5 . gpg, West Hartford, Connecticut December ligqll V4 X3 Three Years C P W' Athletic Association ' W Ring Committe f u Q 17' A ' MW 1 C . W ,fi 145 . 1 I Q 1 w ' W C H. ' I ' ? X Q 'Q Q 1 W fe? ' glj Reserved-capa'b1e- . . Q9 10 Well-groomed and well-poised. 1 CJ: V9 X ' Qu 1 ti Eightywne Qx xe z zsz zzzcezxozeozzoz O' K A '- xxx i Q' 'P I, , r, B Ksxid , V39 figxh i ww M7 Syl 4 'ii WN xi 0 ,245 M, x. I fnxgx fi? wogi fi xoz QW fn- ,H4 XTXY7 , . , . yy qi 3 CLAIRIL LOUISIL STILERS gow White Plains, New York ABQ JA N 41 ,5 Se t b 17 1914 VM P em ef ' WD SEQ Three Years QQ jj C. P. W'eIlesle3 Athletic Association Glee Club ' pf ff 21,5 Head of Ping-Pong 'D ,E Choir gf 3 , mil CViCe-Presidentj N-N' 54,1 KM w ' 'x AA R. 1 5 f 5-irw-Q ii I XJ. ' 'R I ' ii MJ ibfgi 575 n X Ss! ij 1 QQ in Dm W .-.5 N XX ., 1 1 of-fix 60 ls-ci K p X K ,, i Q U ig 59 . Q- 3-,P U NS pc, . QQ 'Val V' 4 QV - mi gl rafnatlc'-" itfwx N-ff! . 'i ' if 'Q P1easure-lov1ng- if Intense-vivid. . X45 mf! ' QR Ti, ff? WSF iw? 'g if, ,D 'XS' wvf fn' 5' wi gl, I5 ,hr - ga .Axis lv -1 I W -- 4 ,N X, -1 xx ii rw S - ll Eighty-two ,i u ff Nbysyy--X f wfq .N i v Mft . . ' a y ' 1 ' 'ii 4 - " a 'iii' v ww wi if 64 xi' 2 A 'G ' J ' Qin' Q "5 1, x 1 in Vixplry . A U if f-x M fl A urlixvf.. x 1 MXH- x r .' ,J 1, 7. ' If 5 x H x it 'l I"K .ka , jfs' i V' fl rx It ffl NIARY l"RANClfiS S'I'1iVliNS Daytona Beach, Florida : 2 August 27, 1912 Tlzrm' Yvars C.. P. Smith 1 2 Atlilctic Association lntvrprcters 3 Glcv Club fi' Head of Swimming Eyw Basketball Team fCz1ptainj iffy luv V 7:-4' kzinsi i '?f,'ff7 gx l lik All 4-'NN .Q .rfj .xnxx 'ij L ' .. f ' M1 A- AfQ6ff'6q1,'f ff A f -ll-, g J . X TM - J Q0 Wumh i - . ' . if WD kuwd 'fo C a cughttul- V . rg , Xu, I l A ri t of lag? r-wit- , kfjb K f' i 1 X-j '. mm ut t wi A Ct, , 1. 6,401 MM WM ' 'I V ' X J Xu I , C' at A kuawwmu aww A .W A ,. t Tiki ., ,- , ' ' 1 1 f , v 1 vi df W f . C555 - in - QVUJ' .X ld mix will Iiiylzfy-tlfrrv ,' 'XS5 71 1 v 1 , vf'S-' 'NXit',Cf'Xbu6xjf XXGASXH illf--ffib-K7xiiff'X5f 45- w:f"PFa if l - rig s I 4 4 2 . 1 in to ' ' ' ' ' 4 ' ' ""3rj'x .VN 'Y " 'f's6i.9YSrr' N AMA Ati? Vi. X I iflhfy-f A I Cfifu guglr i Interpreters I I SALLY HUMPHREY STEVENS Cambridge, Niassachusetts September 26, 1913 Three Years General Course Athletic Association Qmemergem 'Ycu""f-9-' QQQ-uhm QS.,-...gl All QQ Wk ehmosmefgbs Am Kei? Chic and striking- . ' pry Big eyes full of fun. 25631 - ri K3.L::. Qb:.on.:- vi QU K+- n X I 4' Q! tl 1 A C F 6312 U Ig 41,255 C223 "gk i CLEJH ,K ffffli i , M Y' fi se t in ,D ,ily MARY GILMAN TUFTS MS Y., if I . tk Km-A ve Vx, Q Cxzycnkl Syracuse, New York Civ? September 28, 1912 all Three Years iiiik Q, .. C. P. Wellesley' Athletic Association my nugget ' CW li fi ' A Ci X4 . I - . Q15 'ff-iix I Q 51 ,Z Zcaf' J-Z.Q,1L, Q41 Q15 lee Pfqvfl lb ,fiwe -,aff icvr' fad- ,-..'Q , Y 'wi KAL AVL Q44"""'l Y v 25-weeei jd-Y--606'-a"a'f Umfgaf. e im ' , -Zeb'-'ee e 7 f I K YQ ,gig f 1 9 -1 . ' Fiiendly, unassuming,- . . Y J, ffl ,r F With optimistic common-sense- C5 'x ,A ' ' XY 1 I JA pearl of great price. 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M arian Weaver Q DQ CHARLES, wrestler to Frederick ........................ ...... V irginia Lewis 4 l Q OLIVER . .................... Sons of Sir Rowland ........ bfally Hupfel Q JACQUES .... De Bo S . .. ..Vera Louise Harroun KA Q ORLANDO .... y ...... France: Curtis i l 'g 0 ADAM ..... .. . . ........ .lane Adam: Q DENNIS . ............. Sefvants to Ohm ....... Lucite Reilly TOUCHSTONE a clown .... ................. .... D e borah Ketchum 4 l A Q i C . ............... .. . . . 0 Q W 5:12215 . ,.....................,, ,.:-a,,,,iif:',.'f,.?,::.1'f:: K , Q Q W!LLIAM, a Country fellow in love with Audrey ..... ........ C laire Steers 0 Q V0 FIRST PACE .................................. ..... R uth Dauehy x 4 SECOND PAGE .......................... .... D orothy Draper l gg A PERSON REPRESENTING HYMEN ......... ..... E leanor Alford K I ROSALIND, daughter to the banished Duke .... ......... B etty Frear D Q ' A CELIA, daughter to Frederick ............. ........ S ally Stevens A l A, 4 PHEBE, a shepherdess .......... ..... M ary Ellen Hamilton Q 4 AUDREY, a country maid ..................,....... .... . Rosedrey Rohrbaugh , ' G 0 Qt 0 Lords, Attendants, Peasants M I Cornelia Hawley, Constance Philbrich, Betty Burnap, Virginia Lamont, Betty Williams, l 2 Betty Hinkel, dnne Contant. Q l D Q O Q W S Q P 9 Q . I Ninety-one D Q Q tor' 2525 0 or C' C W W 4 0' ffl- ,O Q OQ QQQD Q DQR QQQQ Cx A 1 .5 fn' 'fy N-f ,f f ' f 41155: 'Q 'gg' , - fa., 1,1 M f?2.,,g,3x:,,,q fa iw: . ,.-Mfr, 1 Mvniul' 111111 .fa :meld 'f VVF'Ve?f6EflE?D' V V T J -,Q 1 JrgIi7"iLf2-.HJ I V V T' J' rf 4? W ll ix is -ln il! mllilli 4 ,J4T'3UJ ', ' rr'V"' EWFF w J i w P' JJ .I F F E: . u v i glpi I3 : inn s 1 . 1 -IT E J F fa? 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'K DEBORAH, F1.o1u.g EDITH MILLER ' FRANcEs ELIZAB 4 XX CEG 402 220 F E15 'ack I nfl iluniur Glass 19304931 1'11YLL1s ABDULLAII 1sA1sla1,1.1a Anna .IRAN AMIQRMAN NIARY :XUSTIN NA'I'.Al.llC BliR'l'lIOI.IJ F1,oR1cNc'11: BINGIIAM AMY Bismu- IIICLICN BUWKIDR JANET BOWMAN As'1'Rm BRIEASTIZD Fl,oR1aNma BRIGIIAM ANABICI, BURKIIARIYI' ITLIZARIQTII BUTLICR l':S'l'HliR CAMP1a1a1.L SA1,1.1la CAMv1s1a1,1, CYNTIIIA CIIAMBICRLAIN lX1ARY CHIPMAN 1N1AR'l'lIA CLARK ANNE C1.l1f'roN l'1l,lZABIi'I'l1 Colrzmls Nmrty-eight VIRGINIA CL'R'r1s SVZANNIQ me LURIQNZI l71I,lZABli'l'lI Dm'1,14: 1'1l,lZABli'1'II lf.-XINIICS tIAc'Ql'1c1,1N1a ICYANS Bli'l"I'Y ITZVICRSMAN lfI,I2ANUR FAlRc'm1.n l'1l,IZAlilC'l'll FICSSICNDIZN FRICDA I'xII,LI'ZY IVIIRIAM FRANCIS ANNA FRANUIQS FRIQAR I':l,IZABIi'l'll IfR1aNc'11 SARA11 FROST l'Iv1c1,YN GABICI, MARGAR1471' GoRM1.Y JIQAN ANNI-1 GRANT Cuo1,1aY GRAVIQS HIQLIQN GRAY FRANCES GRIQGURY AILIEICN Gl"1"1'1Ncs1aR 4' 55" .U S' , ' -'rn Y- 2 , , V r . Y, I fn L: 5- li mf. Nav fhugl .F ,V-his .Il'1,l.X IAIARDIN NANUY ll.-XRDY NIARY IlEmRlc'11 NI.-XRY LIOUKICR IJlCRl"l.A 1'lUWlCS JANE f1l'MIC lfl,IZABli'1'Il JONES NIARY KICYS NIARY KIMBERLY I'x.'XI'l'll l,.-XMUNT .IIQAN LANDICRS C.-X'l'l1l'IRlNli LAW GRACE I,EcoM'l'E ZAHA I,lMER1c'R l':l,lZAl5lC'l'lI IXICBRIDIC IXIARY MUGONIGAI. 'IWIIIQODURA BIACGRICGUR .LX1.u'1-3 INIACY l'I1.s1E IXlA'I"l'lS IXIARY SAGE lNIUN'l'AGl'lC SYBII, IXIUORIC CYNTIIIA IXIURGAN Au cle NliXX"1'CJN 1 .r 4. F NIARGARIYI' NILTIIOLS CORINNE NOLTE lf:LAlNlC OWEN DICISKDRAII fJVVlCNS HARRIET PA'l"1'IiRSON SAl,l,lli PIRE PIARMUNA P0'1"1'I2R GWENDULYN PRA'1"1' KIICAN REID PA'1'Rlc'IA RICHARDSON FRANc'Es RUBICRTS NA'1'A1.1E RoEER'1'soN l'jl.IZAlilC'l'lI ROSE MARY Ross Pul.1,Y SCIIVVABLIE ANNIE SEARS JANE SIMMONS SALLY SMITII IXIARGARICT SNYDER ENIARY STIZARNS NANl'X' S'1'lR1,1Nc: KATIIARINIC STONE JEAN SUPER Ninciy-nina O Y S eq W DQ we SALLY TAYLOR ALISON TENNANT DORIS TUCKER MARY TURNBULL EVELYN UNDERHILL ELIZABETH WALL AMY WASHBURN LOIs WILKINSON JUSTINE WILSON 'VIARTHA WYANT Qiihxnngzar Ziumors EMILY ABEL ELIZABETH BAGG MARJORIE BENSEN VIRGINIA BIRD ELIZABETH COLBY ELINOR DUTCHER ANN FORD JEAN KEITH NANCY KIMBERLY JANET KNEALE SARAH LANCTOT DORIS LEINDECKER MILDRED MENNEN JUNE NIILLER O D XQZQXQZX Z Q KDQQX Q 0 b 0 D Q ' 0 Q 3 V O HELEN HEIDRICH CATHERINE IBBOTSON ELEANOR JONES ELIZABETH PEAsE URSULA POOR RUTH ROUSSEAU MARTHA WALKER iluninr Gtficers First Term JULIA HARDIIN .... . President ISABELLE ADIE . Vice-President ELIZABETH JONES . Secretary KITTY STONE . . Treasurer Second Term ELsIE MATTIS .... . President CYNTHIA MORGAN Vice-President LO1s WILKINSON . . Secretary MARY MCGONIGAL - Tfffdwfef sv QI I I ' af ' V0 Q DA One Hundred BQ I W w fr v r 2 09 45 I' 48 05: O Q , QD SOIL GQ O 4 Q DQ W I I P S3 QI I 56 I W I I I I Q I - -4, 1 'li R- "Q Pi ,, gli 414,41 F, ,- . ,Av ,. . ,cp ,. 'fx .QzE,fS?3E5 ' -1,--rl ' X., Qupbumnre Cbffiners jrm' ANDRITS . BARBARA JUIINSTUN Blc'r'1'x' ARM1'1'Ac:1a l'm'1,1.1s GORDON NIARY JANE NIAINS B1a'1"1'x' XVAKICMAN Rum-:R'1'A Kom11,1cR MARc:ARlc'l' CUNKLIN lIlU1li?'4'l1 Two Fi rx! Tm' HI Www HI! Tw' H1 V. ll'l T1 l'r'r.vi1lw11 '-l'n'5i41m11 Sm' F6111 rj' 1'l'U.fi1f1'lll 1 Irv-l'n'.vi1lf'nl St't'H'fll ry Tn'a.w1r1'r' 5 , .IN I 15. L If 'QI ip 'UIINII ITV B dv vb Q ,,OSoI,,Q, Qfuzgnglp ZQSMEOX 5 I I 1, 5 I A ' 6 Smpbumure Qllass 193021931 W 1 I ELIZABETH AMES JESSIE LAMB JULIA ANDRUS DORIS LIBBEY V0 8 ZELLA APPELT JEANNE MACCHESNEY 40 4 BETTY ARMITAGE ELIZABETH MACDOWELL 3 JANET BENJAMIN IDA MCCOCHRANE 1 Q FRANCES BLATCH CATHERINE MCEWAN AQ Vw MARION BOWMAN GWYNETH MOLAREN Q QQ JEAN CLUETT MARY JANE MAINS 40 Q MARGARET CONKLIN BARBARA MARTIN 3 O SHEILA CONNOLLY LOUISE MATTHIES VV lo Q MARGARET DEKNATEL JANE MOORE 'Q S Ea LILLIAN DEWEY SYLVIA MOORE Q Q MARGARET EGY ROMA NILES 40, BETTY EIDAM MARION PARHAM A Q EUGENIA FISCHER BARBARA PECK J ELEANOR F RAZIER ELIZABETH POOLE 1Oy 'C CORNELIA FUNKHOUSER MARY POTTER ag AURELIA GEER ELINOR REED VV K, Q VIRGINIA GOODRICH MARY REED 40I S a PHYLLIS GORDON BARBARA RHODES Q JANE HARRIS RUTH ROWE 'Q' A LOIS HEAD MARGARET SAMPSON DQ ' ' SALLY HOBART ADELAIDE SAWYER W Q HELEN HUNTINGTON CLARA SCOTT 40h 2 BETTY JANE JOHNSON ALMEDA SHUTTS BARBARA JOHNSTON ANTOINETTE SLAUSON , ' A CONSTANCE KENNEDY MARY STEWART to A 4 BETTY KETCHAM ELIZABETH WAKEMAN ROBERTA KOEHLER MARJORIE WALKER IO, ,, h BARBARA WOODHOUSE s I Q 1 I . s 0 4 I Q E6 1 1 V0 BQ I Ona Hundred Three A M z zz fai ze zz zz zeozzsz 0' K 1 E s Jfrzsbman QBffirer5 AIARY Wmcu . . MAR'1'11A Kklfmlck Vifa B1-rrsx' NIARVIN . . CIIRISTIIC IIUITSTON Um' lllmdrvd Six 1're5idHr1t -l're.videnl Sc'crctary TI'l7ll.V1lI'Kf Q S !i 9 43 freshman Glass 1930 1931 ISABEL BAKER RUTH BALL ELIZABETH BARBER LILLIAN BASSICK JANE BEELER BETTY BERGSTROM MARY BRAY JULIE BUTLER CAROLINE CAIRD BARBARA CARRINGTON LUCY CHAMBE-RLAIN RHODA CHAPIN PHYLLIS CLARKE MADELEINE FISCHER SARAH Fox AILEEN FRASER IRENE FREEMYER LYDIA FUESSENICH MARGARET KILCAWLEY INFZ KRECH MARTHA KRUEGER CAROLYN LANSING ELIZABETH MCGONIGAL SALLY MARSTON BETSY MARVIN ELAINE MORRISON JANE MORRISON CATHERINE PAYNE PEGGY POLK HELEN PULSIEER WANDY' RENFERT RUTH AMY RICKMAN DIANA ROWLAND I KATE SANFORD MARY ELIZABETH SHARP MARY SIMMONS 5 am W . I W v 203302 X02 2033333 '53 1 5 I Q Q S Q3 'IQ I 4 A Q E 0 v 4 D va Qu IQI .gy I m r ' w a I ' PW ' RUTH GOODALE QUENDRID GRAINGER HELEN GROBE RUTH GUNDERSEN SUZANNE HATHAWAY CHRISTIE HOUSTON BARBARA KEEP MARGARET KENNEDY FANNY JANE SMITH ANNA STIEGLITZ BABETTE STURSBERG RUTH THOMPSON ELEANOR VAN BLARCOM MARY WELCH MARJORIE WELLES ELIZABETH WHITNEY One Hundred Seven . W . P i QI I as 0 Q Q x zz ze ze z zz z zeezz O' QExecutihe Qtummittze CATIIARINIC Colm, Chairman President of Simian! Gnfuvrnnzmzt lC1,lz.,x1s1-:'l'l1 .Iu11Ns'1'oN . . Preyidcnz of Senior Class Bli'lA'l'Y BVRNAI' . . Vifc'-Prc'5i1lz'nt ofS1'ni0r Class l':I.lZ:XBIi'l'll llARRIS Sefrclary of Srnior Clan SA1,1.Y SMITH . . Treasurer of Senior Class RUSICDRICY RmlR1sAl'u11 . . Head of llozmxv MARcs,'xR1a'1' BARIQR . lleaa' of Study Ilafl VRYl,lcNA BICNNIQR . . . Head of I,ibrary VERA l,m'ls1a IJIARRIJVN lleaa' of IJ:-css Conzrnimfe Om' Ifllllllfflf Tm c9'L+'f K., 'fl :ig Eg, '..,f?f Qs f' w V 1" F I4 r' ' - 3 W ' Il -f J' Y 4 iu,..:zf'! -45: Q A -Qaztiv yi---mj:,,,:L. "Sv -34, My burial Qtummittsz SAL1,Y f1l'l'1fIil., Chairman . Viee-President of Student Gofcernment Rl"l'Il SUWICRS . .L . Head 0fE7llL'I'llll7I1lll'?Il Cwsllllllllllltflf SYLYIA CARPIQNTIQR llead of Christian Ylssoriation B14:'1"1'Y HINKIQ1. . . President of Inlw-prefers jAN1e'r FR1sNc11 . . . Head of llealllz DORIS 'IQVCKIQR . . . fnnior Represenlalifee BIC'l"l'Y JANE JOHNSTON Sophomore RepresenlaIifL'e VVANDY R1aN1-'1cR'r . Freshman Represenmzim: legislatibs Qlummittee CATIIARINIC Colm, Chairman . President of Sludenl Gowrnmenz SALLY I1l'PFIiL . . . Vive-President of Sluflenl Gofvernmenl l':I,IZABIi'l'II JOHNSTON . . President of Senior Class BIQTTY BITRNAP . . . . Vive-Presidenl of Senior Class AIVLIA PIARDIN . President of Junior Class QFirsl Termj INIARY CIIIPMAN . . Representati1'e of Junior Class JUDY ANDRVS . President 0fS0pl107ll0l'C Class QFirst Termj SALLY HOBAR'l' . . . Representative of Sophomore Class One ll Mildred Eleven fir. X ,L W, S ' QA J V 55 gh - 'f Q.. If Nix -' Ig, IwImI'I'II NIIl,l,lCR DIQIIIIRAII KIa'I'c'III -IANICT FRIQNCII Gargoyle Baath 'M ,1. Edil fn'-in-C.l1iI'f . . l3lI.Yi11I'.Is Aillllllytfl vsistznll Iglljilltlij Alllllllfjdl' ISLICANOR ALFIIRIJ . . . . .JI-I Editor NLIXRY 1iI.I,I-:N HIxMII.'I'oN .ixsislmzf Jrf Iidimr Bli'l"l'Y FRIQAR . . . . I,iluI'ary Editor INIARIAN NVICAVIQR ,1.v.mI'ialc L,ilt'I'llVj' Edilm KINGSLICY BISIIIIII ,'I55lll'idll? I,ilI'mI'y Edinn NIARY DARLING . ,1s.mI'ialc 1Iifl'l'lIl'j' Ifdilnr VIRGINIA I,AIxIoN'I' ,lsmf-iafe 1,iIvI'aI-y Edilm .IIINII AIIAMS . ,1550l'illlU I,ilt'l'lIl'j' Edizm CIIIzIs'I'INIa BIQAIISIIAW . PlI0f0flI'llI7!1il' Iidilm MARY l':l.IZAliIi'l'll BI,A'I'cII . . .IIIIII-Iiv Iidilm Ona 1IIuIdI'rd Twrlzxe , ,' .I . - 1 SI s a 'yy' -I yfy' 3,1 iv f I 4 ,L . Avg: A A 6111? Lg UQ Triangle Baath SA1,1.llc PA1G1a HQURER, '31 NIARY MQTGUNIGAL, '32 NIARY E1.1zA1a1a'1'11 FRILAR, '31 1NlARlAN XVIQAVICR, '31 . INIARY lflLL1aN HAM11,'1'UN, '31 B1c'1"1'x' VVILLIAMS, '31 . SARA11 FROST, '32 JEAN CLUIa'r'1', '33 . 1iL1zA1a14:'1'1r Rooms, '31 151.5113 NIA'1"1'1S, '32 JEAN Rum, '32 . NIARTIIA CLARK, '32 . NIRS. PAUL Ow1zNs, '07 45 s 1 rx I sp sr Ap qi s c Editor-in-Chief .lssoeiate Editor . Business Manager News Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor . flrt Editor . . Athletic Editor .lxsislant Business Manager . . Exchange Editor Jlumnae Editor One Hundred Tliirleevz : ' L: 6m guglr gif an Qlbristian Zlssnriatiun Qlummittee SYLVIA CARPENTER ..... President CHRISTINE BRADSHAW . . Vice-President MARIAN WEAVER Set-and Vice-President JANE ADAMS CATIIIERINIQ BUYER MARX' ELLEN I-IAM1L'1'oN EDITH NIILLER ELICANOR ALFORD GICRTRUDIC SOUTHWORTH ANN SIIELDUN MARY PIUSTIED One Ilundrcd Fourteen 5 "M vw Is e rs Rr s as 1 fx IN ll 1 , . , il ll QI QI sr S 4 A xr 'Q' Q, p q A., , x v I E Ez, w ., 1' B: J X . , ,.? y ' I4 Af, I H " 'S za 1 Q Q3iUf w. ,,--- ., 'J' ,.-La Qlbnir 'ru IJM'v1n' . . 1'f-mflwff ' MXNUR A1,1foRn 1 'iUr-1'1-1:.eifif,,f I x 5 N J' Om' 1I1ma'1'cd Ififtvwz 6m gug1+ 1 -2 Glen Qtluh DoRo'1'11x' DRAMQR . . President FRANCES CURTIS . Sm'umr'y-Treasurer Our Ifundmi S1..I,'f!'t'll x ww 1 5 fy -is .1 5 x4'f., -,,-Ax. -1'5 .llx f'X 1, - ,,f.f-. -,1.. fm 1 Q 'R.p 4 1 1 f xx g ,-fits, In Lf' 'Q :N '-xi, s r Q 1 iff 'VY 1 'T n ' . 4 xx ir .A u L .A I ,Mm 'W Enterpreters BI2'l"I'Y HINKIQ1, . President CLAIRE S'1'1cERs . . Vice-President FRANCES CURTIS . Smwmry-Treasurer as v s ds. .qxl .. m p 41 One IIHIIKIITII Sl"Z'I'lIft't'lI -fi ,s,X 1,1-,Eh A 3 . i 1 -3 QL f L49 5 1 -D P, f-YF 4 f:-- igli- QQ Jw- M, , V 'Wm - ,Hwy li1,lzA1sls'l'1l IIARRIS l':l'GliNIA FISCIIICR INIARIAN XVIEAYICR KlNcss1,1f:Y Blsnov . NA'l'AI,IlC Rolalalwsox LIANIQ ADAMS SARAII I+'Ros'r Om- llnndml Iiigililrrn Qbrcbsstra . Violin . Violin . fiolin . Violin . Violin . Flute . Piano as r -4'5 JS i 'QQ ll I 1 v 4 , v Q. Y I S I H N Y JF w o ifllfglllzjllf + I Sltbletin Qtuumil ID14:1soRA11 K1c'1'c11UM . President jAN14:'r FRICNCII . . . Vive-Pre,eia'en1 INIARY KEYS . . Junior Rz?prv.vcnIali'z:c INIARY JANE NIAINS Sophomore Repr1f5en1a!i1Je KATIIIQRINIQ SANFORD . I"rf'.vlzn1an Represefztalifve Qtbletic Qssnciatiun I JmsoR,1u1 KICTCIIUIVI . President .IANIQT FRIQNCII . . Vice-President MARY Kms Srrrciary-Treasurer Om' IIundr,f'd Nfzzrfvmz s . 5 s 1 - ef' N fyx 1 ' x 4' ' an -X 'K' , A rtvff s, at af 1:gT7f'Njf,r?f73s7 .X W-3.4, fc L, '-Qin: 'nsfif-1-sAkk 3 .s ' hui 1 F f""s ' -1 s.l r'Q s 4 lx 1, , , wx f, 'P"C Q 1 ? .. 1? 1146, - f Y' f ,Zig fy I 1 P .975 X I Cx .figs sw! I fx? ,U E E x ,fn gk y..gm Ibeahs nf bports ' E f ,"'x ELIZABETH ROGERS Archery '77 NIARY JANE MAINSI Ami ,mm ,g -. , 5 , .. " CJWIZNDOLYN PRA'r'1'f 5 -fx M BETTY GLENDINNING . Basketball Lila 'Nyqd CLAIRE STEERS . . Ping Pong GERTRUDE SOUTHWORTII Croquet 93:1 1 XL MARY STEVENS . . Swimming if RU ,X-L. SALLIE PAIGE I-IUOKICR . Hockey 3.f HIELIEN VAN SCHAICK . Tennis Q 'Ab fl"4. ' . 5' . E RUTH SOWERS . ' Bowlzng lg .L if JANET FRENCH . Health C212 ,Hg fm- ' W 4'2x"A. snr ,N EQ 51 One Hnndrvd Twenty Hug fi A - A. v s -f V n cfs xr' N11-'Lb-xilxfnf wifi 1 I 4 N I , Y X, f Q-. Q. 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A P Om' ll1mdr'vd Tfrvrnly-fuzz' PQ 51 wi, xxa'TCN" Xxx ..f3 Jiiwfk 4'-4 1475 ffmqil OKQ,f'X'X.Kafp,fi"'N-'gfR4'XU34 ya,N,5 A,,,qx..ff 'w, Q 5 z :w .:,::X f:i,:+ :aww msn. A zxx iufw Q , Qbuthunr Basketball Zllieam I'll,1zA1s1a'l'l1 .IUIINSTUN . . Canter lllf:1,lcN Bl7'l'l.l'IR . . . Siflv Cantw- NIARY S'1'lf:v1cNs . Ifm-:Q-un! QCnptuinj BlC'l"I'Y ULICNDINNING . . 1"oru-ard CukN1c1,m llAw1.1sY . Guard VIRGINIA Llawls . . . Guard BARMRA MARY JUIINSTUN . Szzlmizzzze Blf:'1'sx' Punk . . Szzlmitzmz .IAN141 ADAMS . Suhytitutc Cl1Rls'rlN1a l,Al.MliR Szzbsfilzzze 4' llumirrrf Tuwxfy-fff'n 5i1IfUJJLIE Zfnhour Basketball Zlleam H1c1.1aN Bv'r1,1zR . l'1l.lZABl'2'l'II Jo11Ns'roN B11:'1"1'Y G1.1aNnINNlNc: MARY S'1'lcv1aNs . IJIZLICN VAN SCIIAIQK VIRGINIA Llawls . CURNIQLIA l'IAW1.liY ,IAN1-3 Anfms . INIARY l':l.lZABlC'I'lI Bl I.I'L'll.l5 RIQILLY . .ATCII N I I 4. . Sfdr'-Cwllel' Cm I c r . 1"orward 1"11ric'r1I'1f QC:1pt:1inj . . Guard . Guard Sllllilifllfl' Sllllxlilllilf Slzlzxiilulrf Sllfhililllft? Om' Ilznzzfrnz' Tinnflllj ,H L I r ff i ' x . iQQQbmHW9VPmr1'5 Q-J ' . N 'U 1 zfxi xx, f Q7 QA ' I ' . ff 'Q it aaa 0 , Zbnstnrp nf the Glass nf 1931 I : They say history repeats itself, but one regrets the futility of this remark when applied to our Q05 , Primary days and the Chicken Walk. Nor will i Q, -4 the Troy Female Seminary harbor more of the A At? male sex among its students fto witness our th Ja recollections of Roger Martin, who greatly pre- C C' ferred pinching his class-mates to counting wooden blocksj. Being fairies in Senior Play, and learning that young ladies never spelled " separate "-s-e-p-E-r-a-t-e-are integral parts Cf' of our memories, no doubt of Mrs. Inslee's, also! One deplores the passing of that naivete with 1 i which we clung to a precise spot on the carpet 1924 1922 Q ga 475 3 I 4. . 3 I :az 1.9, during our frequent chapel performances, and the abandonment of our " Robin Hood ", during recesses, behind Allenwood Barn. Early we began to shoulder our duties, with the advent of our responsibility for clearing the campus of apple cores and Hershey papers, and the burden of that first long assignment-" DAN CAN NOT CATCH BUNNY IN THE CORN." Even as Field Day mascots our indispensability to the school was evidenced, " when we were very young." Tin lockers, afternoon classes, and ink marked our progress to the Intermediate Department. Our childish days were not quite done, none the less, for we distinctly remember being sent home because of getting wet feet While sledding in the forbidden " Hollow." We did manage to assume much dignity, however, by donning uniforms, joining Literary Society, and displaying a very superior air when, as Reds or Whites, We played Kick Ball and German Bat Ball on Field Day. The Dalton Plan initiated us to study periods, and made Current Events seem far more of a privilege than a lesson. What a momentous 8 1925 or C cj C' 1923 8 1921 QQ V ,- mu 'r wg X, .K J, lifts 57,14 fi lx QX I M253 KEY f 5 ln, A0 x K . 'I ' S J x Q ii xii sa- 0 QM SMI ll. X' XX 'fa t' I is v, , if hfwfi, -il If ,J xx . ,JP .' 'Nil YN Q E .'i'f'v W ls. , ' , .. Qi wi-,ll fl 1 1' 3 v a! My ip SJ ,wwf . 1' L. X S nf : - tx s ,. lj ., ,. X , X iq ! ,I Ar 'f s 'vfxfl grv, 55 fhfbar 's .raj jlXN R if ,li A fs ml? , 1 xx, Y l' ff N- rf' refs, occasion it was when Competition Drill drew near, and we discarded the white dresses and socks of former days for middies, bloomers, and gym shoes! And then the thrill of that Eighth Grade Picnic, and the pride in having Intermediate June Day Heralds chosen from our own class! The fall of 1927 found the Freshman Class observing with infinite disdain the departure of the Primaries and Intermediates from C'hapel, and marching with fountain pen in hand up the marble stairs to its first academic classes. VVe had actual individual schedules, and our periods were now timed by the bell instead of the gymnasium clock. Moreover, lisle stockings became the vogue, and bare knees were banished forever. Higher branches of learning fLatin Club includedj were opened to us: we were put on the Honor System in Study Hall falthough we got to study in our rooms only once, and that through the compassion of the Juniorsj. The long awaited planning of class stunts for Roller Skating Carnival was a mere nothing to us when the time cameg it was Revels that impresed us most, also the fact of being able to select our choices for Sophomore rooms and room-mates. Sophomore year was one of many changes and many surprises, both pleasant and unpleasant. We returned to a school newly enhanced by the beauty of Kellas Hall, both in name and being a splendid and lasting tribute to the influence of one who is devoting the best years of her life to the school and its ideals. We rejoiced at the fences andi gateways now marking our boundaries, but cast rather sad and reminiscent glances at the fast disappearing " Hollow." The influx of so many new friends had degraded us to a Lower Study Hall fthe former lunchroomj which somewhat cramped our style, despite the broad and concealing " pillars of refuge " which it offeredq But not for long were we at loss for an outlet. A new Infirmary seemed to make rather a pleasure trip of being ill, and Miss Deming experienced an astounding increase in business, as colds and minor ailments multiplied rapidly and mysteriously. A more classic and reserved element permeated Gray Gables, as it bade farewell to Mrs. Mumford and a host of under-classmen, only to welcome less boisterous faculty as its inhabitants. Our chief fand almost only, sorrow was the sad fact that as Sophomores, no longer recipients of the tolerance accorded Freshman misdemeanors, we found ourselves still responsible for the somewhat wayward actions of our younger sisters! Despite frequent rumors to the contrary, the fall of 1929 found us safely installed in Allenwood. At long, long last we were upper class- men, back again to upstairs Study Hall, possessing our own sister class instead of being one, and singing songs to our own teams at Field Day finals. Something very tragic very nearly marred the year for us: we One Hundred Twenty-six 5 I X oi Ze 4 5. 1 EY? EPP L5 f by 0 vv 3 4 W 33 e lrlfml " so-4 5 ' nf :NV sr xf' x - Q: 2530 2032 2 2 101 45 252 Q3 ,- 3312 U lg ECP if X 1 My i I, K Wg' 6 s Y I I - x f who gyvelllelsp unfgortunate as 50 overrate oulr diwhlankiygiving capacities 5314, stare , epess, rom our e s as we watc e t e a house de art Q amid rolls of smoke and fire, apparently oblivious to the yfrantic efforts of Troy firemen to connect thehose to the swimming pool. At last all ,ey that was left were fire apparatus' tracks across the triangle, and many pleasant memories of a land mark on campus, great was the mourning thereof. hCh1iistmasfRevels introdgceld a iompensaition for our loss, how- " ever, in t e s ape o a rejuvenate c ape , ma ni cent in size and e ui - ment. For the rest of the year, we kept Study ilall, and spent our leilsuiie time .IH abuslng free evenings, electing our future Senioriofiicers, and Qwl learning how to be model Seniors in general. A growing sense of importance and much high anticipation removed the sting possibly gf 'W gcpeziiencegi inlwearing white uniforms and pinkfties lor the last Eime. ..-i ur ast o cna act as uniors was an acceptance o our oo s, an o our new places at Step Singing. p up fy 'Somlefthling most odd happened during the intervening summer. ijt Sweeping aside worried prophecies to the contrary, '31 seemed over vaca- Vgfxgl tion to have grown up to its Senior rings fthough the first warning in the QUE dining room did prove a bit disastrous to a newly acquired gravityj. Everything was " new and different," from our bank books to the front STS rows in chapelgtwe found ourlong hours of toil well repaid by such secret gui rituals as Reading Club, Senior Meetings, and last but not least,.iSen1or 'QQ Feast. After much delay following a rather previous house-warming the ,X X, year before, .there suddenllycame to completion the newiplayhouse, a phe- ljlgq nomenon which we hope is incapable of reversible reactions fapologies to X5-.ay the Chem. Lab.j, and one which has harbored a great deal of fun and frolic. Ours has been the inauguration of the first successful campus pls skating rink, and of the organ, which has been the source of frequent FK? delightful concerts, and which has added new solemnity and significance to our Sunday services. We have passed through the trials of Gargoyle pictures and Major Themes, through the defeats and triumphs of our 71,5 last Field Day and our.last Mid-Years, to the anticipation of a june Day Sax free from endless practices and to a Senior Play with many ardent rehear- itA:l sals. It has lent an added thrill to have the recipients of such honors as Q ,D Star, June Queen, E. W.'s, and Cum Laude's chosen from among our ,pig own class members, but the thr1ll has been offset as our last Revels, our last Roller Skating Carnival, our last of everything have sped swiftly by. QQ We have had twelve long years in which to build our arches, cemented with so.much comradeship and diligence, and now, as at Commencement fix, we lay in place the keystones of our achievements, we can but hope that 'Syl the path leading from beneath their protecting shadows points toward Lv? a future which shall one day be a glorious Finis to our history book. Kip, M. E. F. 1:55 One Hundred Twenty-seven we-ayXm,3,7Qf'b7 .fx JY vig, , gfx 4 Q N Q ' fi ' fl' ill' ,f "" " 5 f 1,5 Sf' y , r f ft L 1Vk..9s'M' ij-selfefi 1 eil 'CX ' K b Q e 5 V58 It be ,lc H, Q Q Ek!! N 6 1 Sfxasf I 2 fl Q Qi fo ag, fi ., Xt, 5152 ft Q sv V, O .7 Q xi 2? 1P?Xg QW Qi 'v V S QC bv 2 Q ,I FACULTY DOOR Wye.. r- , i ,A ,. ,--: -' . , Egg-Zjqbds V V 'A ky r - A4 ,x -' , - H rev- f N? I - 1 -. Aw., I Y . A A . ... 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Please give particulars on ten ranking graduates of Annapolis, and advise as to latest naval tactics. MARIAN WEAVER I am unpopular. I have faithfully con- sidered all helpful magazine ads, but in vain. Please send me a course of exer- cises for the moral fibers. ELIZABETH JOHNSTON I have to force myself to join the school-girl revels. My enthusiasm is al about -2730. My work bores me. Is this a sign of advanced years or failing health? JANE ADAMS I seem frozen in a block of ice, my sense of humor is entirely atrophied from continued disuse in boarding-school. With- out a demi-tasse, how can I cultivate the art of telling after-dinner stories? MARY STEVENS What shall I dol? My friends walk all over me. An inferiority complex pre- vents my expressing my personality, and I dare not give vent to my feelings. Help me!! ELEANOR ALEORIJ I am afflicted with nervous tremors on entering a drawing-room. At the mere thought of a crowd, I have severe sink- ings of the savoir-faire. Would a tonic help my overwrought nerves? SALLY SMITH People never seem to consider me wor- thy of responsibility. Could you recom- mend a correspondence school for con- verting timid souls into pillars of strength? Since I am in a position demanding abso- lute secrecy on this point, information should be sent under plain cover. CATHERINE Cosa I can't seem to keep anyone interested in me. My correspondence languishes. One Hundred Thirty letters tu 35. jlilinna Jfitks Do you think a study of Life and Letters of llfaller H. Page would benefit me? VERA-LoUIsE HARROUN My mind is the only Perfect Vacuum in captivity. Even Elbert Hubbard's Scrapbook has failed me. When people discuss philosophy, I feel de trop. I ask you, is this just? MARY ADAMS I am an inveterate hypochondriac. Do you think an herbal tonic would resusci- tate my declining constitution? VIRGINIA LEwIs We- cannot seem to agree, and people around us complain of the noise. Some- thing must be done, but what! HELEN CADDEN ALICE LAUEACH My thoughts are brilliant, but when I open my mouth they dissolve into noth- ing. Yet everybody laughs! Why is this so? GERTRUIIE SOUTHWORTH An overdose of Ovaltine causes me to sleep through lectures. I miss so many of life's pleasures during my frequent naps! Would you advocate a hair-shirt as counter-irritant? MARY NEUMAN My flightiness alarms me in my few serious moments. I am continually lec- tured on my frivolity, and would like your advice on how to develop a standard. SYLVIA CARPENTER Although I absorb gallons of fresh air, and have nearly turned into a rabbit through eating lettuce, my pallor is alarm- ing. I can't even blush any more. Please advise. BETTY WILLIAMS Is cod-liver oil really good for people, or is it just something the cod are trying to put over? My mother is so worried because I cannot join in the games of my little friends, and I'm hunting a tonic. LOUISE VONNEGUT E I ffl Q Q 056 93 022 QZBQZ EOZB ZZQZ ZXQZ ZQ' I as W 9? 'I 9. Q14 ft ' I 51 Q SQ: DQ f I W V0 r VV ,r We n Q SQ I W D4 I A 51 l ' V9 DQ W O I I. S Nfl f-I H if 1 ,n X. I5 ew '26 .S sl 4 DQ 4 A fi 49 I 4 4 Q V0 4 v oo ' v I V0 02 V 0 Q Q7 I My soured and wizened visage some- how repels my class-mates. One tripped me up on the marble stair-case yesterday 'md knowing it was done on purpose I gave her a killing glance. Should I hav done more? MARY TUFTS My hair is down to my knees. I 'm a confirmed wall-flower, and it takes the curl out of my hair to sit on it all eve- ning. Do summer styles favor the boy- ish bob? CLAIRE STEERS Tell me how to be a social lion. My Slowly but surely I am being changed into an alligator Water your' sugges- tions? CATHERINE BoYER I am from a small town with few ad- vantages. Would life on Broadway be more grand more rapid? ELIZABETH AvERY I am torn between saxophones and pink negligees. Please help me to develop dis- crimination. I cannot seem to put first things first! KINGSLEY BISHOP 0 0 sv v xoazozz z Qwzguglp zoazoazox 'Q S Q . b Q c . , I " s 3 I Q' .1 , A timidity prevents my acquiring a list of acquaintances, good, bad, or indifferent. You might send me a book! MARIAN BARNES I am so dumb! Can't seem to keep what mind I have on my work! Do you think an interest in athletics and health would benefit me? JANET FRENCH I have such short eyelashes, and cannot seem to make them behave the way they ought to. Shall I cut them off? HELEN BUTLER I am simply bursting out of my clothes, and equally bursting to know what advice you would give me on the subject of an 18-day diet? ESTHER FRAZIER Teach me how to dance. CI lose my balancelj Teach me the art of true stuf- Hstication. CI can't control my emotionsll NIARGARET BAKER I seem to have something on the string. Tell me how to tie the knot. IVIARY DARLING The natural raucousness of my voice makes my situation as telephone girl quite difficult. Shall I buy some bird-seed? RUTH DAUCHY The mistake on my butter plate points toward the West. Is dis a Pointer? DoRoTHY DRAPER I am continually bowling over my friends in the locker-room. They even take refuge in the lockers. Shall I take a course in "how to be petite?" MARY ELIZABETH BLATCH We are going to have a double wedding. Shall we buy Pediformes for the brides- maids? BARBARA MARY JOHNSTON LOUISE LEUDER Rudy Vallee is my ideal. Should I con- tent myself with my individual style of crooning or try to harmonize with him? FRANCES CURTIS I commute daily from California to lVIaine to school, but lie awake nights trying to think how to get to chapel on time. Would a kiddy-kar help? EvELvN PIKE I feel that a suppressed desire might make life more interesting. Perhaps a list of the common or garden varieties would help me decide which one appeals to me. CHRISTINE PALMER My room-mate Spencer time Puttering around. What's to be done? ANNE RHEINFRANK ALICE SPENCER My voice is getting extremely squeaky. I have dire suspicions that I'm turning into a mouse. Shall I read Ovid's Meta- morphoses? ANNE MXRSH One Hundred Thirty-one lf Q 90 4 DQ M 4 bo wi 4 DQ Q1 4 DA DV 44 Q 4 0 Q 44 be 44 A 44 D 44 Oc 44 at ill 4 .oa oz o z ai azz z x e zzcezzoxeozz-Q1 0 O ' G' V0 DQ W DQ s 1 9 A w so U 1 Q 4 V Q 'Q X l 1 'VS 4 Ln s s ff DQ a 14' ' V6 so DQ V0 DQ V V0 S hi i O xo xoxo z oarfgnglt bnrnstupzs anh Zlazlpful ilaints of Qmanhaline Bahama CHRISTINE BRADSHAW: Born under the sign of Mars, you have a very war- like character, which you must overcome in order not to intimidate your friends. Your discordant helligerency is especially evident at the piano-forte. VRYLENA BENNER: Your lack of dig- nity is going to get you into trouble! You have no respect for the hallowed stillness of the library, where your shrill falsetto shrieks disturb many. Be careful, do. FRANCES BRADT: You must control your desire to become a female baritone. This field is over-crowded. Try a course in toe-dancing instead. ANNE SHELDON: You were born under Janus fthe two-headed doormanl. Now we know why you lead a double life. Whether you will be Jekyll or Hyde re- mains to be seen. RosEDREY ROHREAUGI-I: The North Star was in a state of collapse when you entered the world. This explains your poor sense of direction during your fre- quent sleep-walking sprees. DORlS DYER: I know you're just shy, but you really should get up and talk, even if it's only a lot of boola about Eli. BETTY BURNAP: You must try to be a little Whittier at Senior Table. Your grammar is 99 44fl0091, pure. Try Will Rogers. He counteracts this condition. RUTH SOWERS: You were born under Nlercury, who sometimes stuttered. Hence you will never be able to give public no- tices. Turn your energies instead to the domestic life. One Hundred Thirty-two ELIZABETH RooERs: Orpheus attends you. Don't keep him waiting. Study with Jeritza and you will shock the world. Such sopranos as yours are rare. There is only one in the London zoo. BETTY FREAR: If you want to write plays for the Broadway stage, it is simply imperative that you have a kindergarten diploma. Although your mind is of that slow-maturing type, you may attain the coveted parchment by 2000 A.D. Don't he discouraged, my child. ELIZABETH HARRIS: Somebody sat on Father Time's watch-crystal when you were born. This is why you can't keep track of the minutes. Try to improve. You can't fiddle away hours and hours like that! DEBORAH KETCHUM: A phlegmatic temperament and downright gruellish gray-matter preclude you from success in your chosen field of bull-fighter. How can you expect to avoid big things like bulls, if you say you can't even keep out of the way of an Austin?? VIRGINIA LAMONT: You have a fune- real complex which makes you a damp quilt. Do try to cultivate a sense of hu- mor-though you will have harder work doing this than those who have natural ability! BETSY POLK: Born under Venus, your face is your fortune. Remember, if any- one tries to sell you peroxide, that gentle- men prefer blonds, but- Q M ii We 9 Q -5 Q Q suv 'S 'S It is Q V9 :fi 4 l W XX' VV , fi IQ 1 l W I G Q Ki ' Ozos o zsos:oz zofs oo2:o o. o O' It , , .-I-,, F. , I ,W - 1 . ,. 4 - 4 5 ..- ., ,,, t W, -.,,,....f,,11i-,nu i" Tiff-s Ar ,fp -vs.-mi. - J , . his .1541 'P ,ms :Ll-Ls. wwf ,sf-s fz-1 st: lvl- . X F, .. f I :A L , . s 53 - , TI 221?s ogs +v S 'I ' , " I if 14-rig Fie sw L L A- f " -. I " 3 -M is tal iiSTii'if'f'?5fr'-'ii'fL7i "5 4'-25:4'7Q,f"".fff1"ll?f'i'W''i p I ' in'T'-QldX"-mitqiiiffii'F312 ""',' ii A, . I ' 4 :ii :rw-f1',' - f "f2"a..: .,,, I Q, 1 , , ' V K . H 1.-1 4,2 .. V .V w .. qfgifsfl , " if vgbv ocgv ' ' ' as Q ' - f 5- , fi! s 00 D Q Bt ,,co.s,cosQs , n V 50 iii fi gs, I , I-1:54 ni I A ' QQ viii .,-fA1'. D ' " "-, my 'w" ii W ' Q7 Q QA I 02 M Y . ':i""g-H 'fl' V G - ' I -Ei' c 0 Q s n-fav: i ' 0 Qilassit Verse l l s- - ' 4 REQ! A Q HILDA GRANT Mknv Husrnn - D Q From Hotchkiss comes this rosy miss . . . O Mary Husted, thou .fair missing link, bo fl ff D A We,envy her this stateof bliss. 'Twas oft in Ida's bowers we thee didst l "Qi, 4 bunk- 0 A 1 Q ' - , fig 7 Q g BE-1-'gy GLENDINNING In rags and gunny-sack thouwast bedight, Vw L A Q Glen, Glen' no Princeton men And in thine eyes we saw a frenzied light. 1 M Will ever fall for you, dear. ' M ARG ARM. WINDHAM g 'A Our prophecy is single lifeg - . . V4 I,:'f., g , ' Q . We sadly fear it's trueg dear. ingasagosstffgiidsiirt lac: l I .' f . 1, ' 'i aifiiff-' ' V V S ST p Though protestations she did sob, ALLY- -EVENS It left her with h-.wind-blown bob! ,4 In 5 G Ourfdefur, your dowdiness does go too HELEN VLANs sci-MICK v l ., v 2 af' . . . r f 1 f - L , If you would only read Harper? Ba- This P00f Blfl named A Sqllblky VU-Il V4 5 - D zaar . . . A Schaickr l i Still Q ' V Her ,bones are reluctant to woikg Bmw HINKEL As a novice at tennis ' if V . f ' 4 . 'Tsr7i'I A Q We wish that our class we could sprinkle He She: biifome .iuih 3 'Squeak Q l i ffvii 0 With plusieurs especes de Hinkel: r gym' Cac uses' yt an Smal ' ' - 1 Tr '-A , Complete savoir-faire BE'rrY KNAPPBN I A 9 Q enfila gfangdalsish all' . In boredom this lady named Knappen i I 5 all' Y TWH ed Y SWC0f treble tmkle- Sat wishing that something would happen. Q3 Along came a buhny' DQ ANN Hooc vs. SALLY HUPFEL That struck her Zruiie funny, il I V 0 In the corridors of Kellas And HOW She hh C3I'laPS of l2Pil1-1 Q ' r Roomed these damsels, so they tell usg CONSTANCE PHILBR 1 QQQ::3',if Q And the maiden Hogg at leisure i . ICK i ii ggi, s Blew up Hupfel with much P1 easur eu May days'be near in which the clear, sg V 0 Sweet, piping tones of Constance V4 Shall echo on the Senate floor 1 I 1. QQ' MARY LoU1sE HILLS - ' f-lik e QA . In virtuous remonstranceg H X 25 ' . Q Oh, M. Louise, a keen swift breeze Debating over Muscle Shoals VV Through physics class you blow: And eulogizing Sacco, 1 , s., 7153 DQ We floundel' in the fhf0CS of blllffi She'll institute a reform bill ,I v 0 Courageous, you say you don't know. For those who chew tobacco. . 1637 il - Q2 D3 v I I i s 1it'?if ge, E6 'Tis 9 0 9 A G G G 05 75 x. 7 x 0 X 42 9 One Hundred Thirtyfthree F? ss z s zz zz zs zzcezil' K in - ,fo " ' ii' ' if' Mil?-1 1? 'W J .. I ' 1 6312 gnglg o if 57- f fix 'Q " x V317 1' f, 'I " il li-its Q D 515. Ygfxig img LI' st. .gf , Cc , ix 1' er s lf, A tx 6 ze fu Que? ,Kg N, R . QW? 's .. 4 Vi' frm lg uw, .'i"3Qy Vt f, I fl if t ,D ,firrfg R .wif ,ff is fl' D I--fit Hwy? 3 A S .. 41 XB H I fl Ffh!! .fy Q fyjs grid 155 fi - it tgqff Q ,ll K, .. A tqfl J' ll I3 "Hx ' w ..'l.l ., ,. fb lji ce A QQ -11 ,lf X ft. yn riffab rffwl it 14 Qtpitapbs MARY ELLEN HAMILTON u Unkempt and raven-haired was sheg Her countenance was surly, Her conduct reprehensible . . A wild-eyed little girly." SALLIE PAIGE HOOKER Here lies one devoid of ability, Quite lacking in all versatilityg Of what she essayed, a failure she made, And declined in a frightful senility." BARBARA HoBLi'r We knew this young maiden named Hoblit, Who often emitted a soblet. When to smile she resolved, Alasl she dissolved Into tears, and was drowned in her gob- let." ANNE CONTANT From Hackensack City The source of this ditty. . . . We're sorry we can't think of anything witty. . . QExcept that in youth she was really quite pretty."J , AFT X I W . , , . a I V f Al ,yff A I S I yy I ' ,ff RYE? ' K x 57l9fN5fRfx WV N Om' llmuirrd Thirty-four i Y, , I , E f 1 fx f 9 ,za dlsifzlyfa Q .15 KXXXY f tt ct CORNELIA HAWLEY There was a young lady named Hawley, Committing a terrible folly, Of a chemistry smudge She forgot to say 'fudge,' But instead she indulged in 'by golly."' LUCILE REILLY Here lies one who ran in the hallsl All through the corridors echoed her bawls. Each day from the bath-tub resounded her song, While trying to kid the hotC?l water along." EDITH MlLI.ER "When glancing through this heauteous hook Reflect on what you see, Beneath this marble slab one rests Who gave her life for thee. Her henchmen in bewilderment Looked on, while countless times She lavished midnight oil and noon On these atrocious rhymes." R. I. P. th.. y N. N :R -K X ix'-.H 5 0:5 XX lil if 1 1" f ff! If T kk J-.wif ., Q15 P !S 2,-I fp 1,5 ,TK f 'f y fl E 1. s i ,IX ff? 53 35? 5? If Q 5, 'O V1 CQ HQ s fi' I 48 ki 's C IMS Q5 35 S2 193 is Q? we w er e ' fe 0 ' A A A HN' ,J QD 1 Q0 ' I' ,-1101+ A504 'As f 5 QV VV V .oE.o..Q. gmzgugllr .. .' 1 P ' U Jfatultp ann Swtaff 0 193021931 '55 4' Q ASHLEY, MRS. HELEN W. . Ashwood Farm, North Rochester, Mass. AA ' ' BANGERT, Miss KATHRYN . 114 Katherine Street, Watertown, N. Y. Q O BARNES, MISS LUELLA M. . 125 Sixth Street 1c,fo F. G. Alstonj, 10 'ti Aspinwall, Pittsburgh, Pa. A A QD BESIEGEL, MISS LUCIA . Lake Avenue, Great Barrington, Mass. ' Q 6 Q BIGGS, MISS ESTHER M. . 310 S. Warren Avenue, Saginaw, Mich. 10 Q BISBEE, MISS LYDIA ...... Moretown, Vt. Q BRACKETT, Miss GRACE W. ..... Berwick, Maine 10 S BRI-BGA, MISS MARY . . 113 Wheeler Avenue, Brockton, Mass. AQ 4 BRUNAUII, MLLE. LYDIE . . Neuvicq-le-Chateau, Charente- Inferieure, France 1 ' g DEVLIN, MISS ELEANOR S. . 148 Builalo Avenue, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 3 ENOS, MISS BEATRIX . . . 64 Maple Avenue, Troy, N. Y. bg Q Q EVANS, MRS. FRANCES I. . . 135 Maple Avenue, Troy, N. Y. Q, f GALLUP, MRs. ELIZABETH S. . 820 Canton Street, Elizabeth, N. J. Q3 0 HAMILTON, MISS RUTH A. . .29 Wellington Street, Athol, Mass. QCD1 Q HARLOW, MISS LOUISE . 66 Kemper Street, Wollaston, Mass. 3 G, HARRIS, MISS AMELIA M. . . 1 Bay Avenue, Edgewood Station, V0 K, Q Providence, R. I. 10l PQ HAWKINS, MISS EMMA MORRILL . . 2128 ConT4derateHPlaEe, ouisvi e, y. gg INSLEE, MRS. LOUISE E. . 2535 Iroquois Avenue, Detroit, Mich. l l wg JERALDS, MRS. GRACE B. . . 363 state street, Albany, N. Y. Q1 KENNEDY, Miss EVELYN R. . . 208 Prospect Street, Ithaca, N. Y. 401 A A KENT, Miss ELIZABETH E. . . . The Caldwell, Troy, N. Y. ' 0 KIRKLAND, MRS. DOROTHY H. . . . Cambridge, Ill. VV Ol LYON, MISS HAZEL M. . . 27 Highland Avenue, Barre, Vt. l0l 3 MCCALTSLAND, MISS ELIZABETH . Alden Street, Whitman, Mass. 0, MCKEON, MISS LOUISE ..... Falls Creek, Pa. 40, 45 , MANCHIESTER, Miss ELLEN R. . 13 Newport Avenue, Newport, R. I. 'fl 9 MAXWELL, Miss JANET . 131 Maxwell Avenue, Geneva, N. Y. VV QD MILLLZR, Miss MARIE F ..... ' . Jonesburg, Mo. 101 fa , Mitts, Miss MARY S. . . 147 Newtnnville Avenue, Newton, Mass. fn' POMEROY, MISS SOPHIE ...... Troy, Pa. 'Q' 5,5 POTWINE, MISS ELIZABETH B. . . Warehouse Point, Conn. Og ,322 ROBSON, MISS ELIZABETH A. 81 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Q 0 ROSEBROOK, Miss M. CORINNE . . . 107 Griswold Avenue, 101 , , Delaware, Ohio M Q DE Rossi, Miss NIADDALENA . 8 Via dei Banchi, Florence, Italy W 1 1 If A One Hundred Tltirly-five M 0 Q o zzoz ozeozroz O' O fuzgmglp o Q SIMPSON, MISS ELIZABETH . . Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y. D . STEVENS, MISS MILDRED . . 14 Albion Street, Passaic, N. J. i, 7 SURLEAU, MLLE. LEA . " La BoiSsiere," Valentigney, Doubs, France THOMPSON, MRS. MARY HARE . 141 Lancaster Street, Albany, N. Y. Q VAN BUREN, Miss GRETCHEN E. . . 121 East Fourth Street, ' 0 Oswego, N. Y. Q VIETS, MISS MARION . . 78 Albemarle Street, Springfield, Mass. ' WATERMAN, MISS GRACE L. . . 37 Collins Avenue, Troy, N. Y. Q WEAVER, MISS KATHARINE . 29 Sixth Avenue, Gloversville, N. Y. A WILLIS, MRS. RUTH L. . 144 Maple Avenue, Troy, N. Y. WILSON, Miss MARY H. . . 417 South Ridgewood Road, O South Orange, N. A s HOUSE if ANDERSON, MRS. MATTIE I. . cfo Mrs. Lester Cole, Mahopac, N. Y. CD ELLIOTT, MRS. ALICE B. . . 6 Scott Street, Augusta, Maine 5' ' GRAY, MISS MARY . . I9 Clinton Avenue, Nlaplewood, N. O MUMFORD, MRS. CAROLYN C. . . 92 Prospect Park, West, , Brooklyn, N. Y. s fa ROBERTSON, MRS. EMMA MAY . . . Mooers, N. Y. Qi ROUNDTRIEE, MRS. LILLIAN .... 808 Brookside Avenue, pq Charlotte, N. C. V ' LIBRARIAN K MAC LEAR, MISS MARY . 423 West 120th Street, New York City ,ir LUNCH ROOM Q, BROWN, MISS MABEL .... 131 Third Street, Troy, N. Y. A NURSE K? 5 DEMING, MISS CORA H. . 1369 Union Street, Schenectady, N. Y Q' OFFICE I g COFFEEN, MR. FRANK H. . . 1 East Sunnyside, Troy, N. Y. 0, HAMSON, MISS LUCY L. . 400 Hamilton Street, Syracuse, N. Y. , Q HUTCHINS, MISS HELEN B. . 1331 First Avenue, Watervliet, N. Y. V I MARX, MISS HELEN . . 848 State Street, Schenectady, N. Y. Q SMITH, MISS DOROTHY L. . . 1300 Sausse Avenue, Troy, N. Y. ' PIANIST I ' BARTHOLOMEW, MISS GRACE M. . 94 Saratoga Avenue, Cohoes, N. Y. , Q SUPERVISORS OF FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE DORMITORY 0 CASHO, MISS EDITH W ...... Rehoboth, Mass. JAMES, MISS JEAN E. . . 11 South Lake Avenue, Albany, N. Y. 945 SUPERVISOR OF STUDY HALL DAY, Miss KATHLEEN M. . 181 Jobiioo Road, Halifax, N. S., Canada DQ SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS W KAPPS, MR. Joiiisi A. R. . . 2217 Fifteenth So-ooi, Troy, N. Y. Q A Om' Hundred Tliiriy-.six O p 3, Q DQ b 0 RM I l I :M - 192 I M 1 W I I 82? .Qi I n W1 I 06 , , , Q ar e G Y QVQVPQ XQW GWQQ QP fe 0 O' Gb oo Ao QD Q0 Q oo oogo S? I S7 I S 4 Qtahemit Bay Swtuhznts 19304931 ARMITAGE BERTHA KOLBE . BRADT FRANCES GEORGIA . Q If BARNES, MARION ROBINSON . 8 SJ 0 fi IN , 5? '01 Qy gg I ' vo '39 A i BRAY, MARY VIRGINIA . . CAIRD, CAROLINE . . CLARK, MARTHA LELANO . CLIFTON, ANNE LOUISPZ . CLUICTT, JEAN MARVINE . CONKLIN, MARGARET VOORHEES CONNOLLY, SHEILA HAYNES . DOYLE, ELIZABETH GRAY . EGY, MARGARET M. . . EVANS, MARY JACQUELINE . FESSENDEN, MARY ELIZABETH FILLEY, FREDA CHILD . . FRAZIER, ELEANOR SLINGERLAND FRAZIER, ESTHEIR KNIGHT . FREEMYER, IRENE ANNA . 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Y Y Y Y Y Y PIRIQ, 1'1YlC1,YN . . . . R. F. D. 1, Troy, N. Y 1,1K1i,SAl.l.lIi , . . R. F. D. 1, Troy, N. Y l'IIl,K, BICTSY . . 1621 Tibbits Avenue, Troy, N. Y 1,0l.K, CA'I'IIIcRINIc . 1621 Tibbits Avenue, Troy, N. Y RIaIn, KIIQAN 1'1'l'l11iI. . . 2143 Fifth Avenue, Troy, N. Y RICKMAN, RUTH AMY . 360 Sixth Avenue, North, Troy, N. Y RoI7ssIaAI', RIv'I'II ANN . . Head of Ford Avenue, Troy, N. Y Rowrz, Rl"l'1l ANN .... P. O. Box 302, Troy, N. Y SAIIIIJSIIN, MARGARIQT VIRGINIA 21 Locust Avenue, Troy, N. Y S'I'IRI.INc:, NANCY' . . . 167 North Main Street Nfechnnicville, N. Y XVI'11,l.liS, IWARJURIIQ 35 Myrtle .-Xvenue, Troy, N. Y OIII' lI'InIIlrI'Ii 7-Iliff-V-I'ijl1lf x 4' N fs Af' Ox I 5 S Y .v ll sf x I 0 1 li I SI r 1.5 RBSIUBIIEB Eepartment 19304931 ABDULLAH PHYLLIS . ....... ...24 Fifth Ave., New York City ABEL, EMILY .................. 21 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. . ADAMS, JANE BANNARD ..,. 112 Washington Ave., Northampton, Mass. ADAMS, MARY ELIZABETH ........... 48 Seward St., Dansville, N. Y. ADIE, ISABELLE TAYI.OR ............ 168 Morgan St., Holyoke, Mass. ALFORD, ELEANOR ......... 214 Highland Boulevard, Waterloo, Iowa AMERMAN, JEANNETTE MARGARET .... 535 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 5 DQ xoazozzea gfuzgnglg o Z5 bd v f , . CD Z5 ' 4 Q o , , I A V D Y vo P W 2 . N Q, .A P 'C I Qs 2 C5 Q S Q. W A I AMES, ELIZABETH MERRILL ,..... 25 Afterglow Ave., Montclair, N. J. ANDRUS, JULIA DYCKNIAN ...... 650 North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. APPELT, ZELLA HARRIET ........ 330 Migeon Ave., Torrington, Conn. AUSTIN, MARY .............. 1902 Ringgold Place, Philadelphia, Pa. AVERY, ELIZABETH ........ 601 Plymouth Road, Grand Rapids, Mich. BAGG, ELIZABETH .... .,..... 2 9 Chestnut Hill, Greenfield, Mass. BAKER, ISABEL ...... .... 1 1 Sherman Ave., White Plains, N. Y. BAKER, MARGARET ..... .... 1 1 Sherman Ave., White Plains, N. Y. BALL, RUTH ALLEN ....... . . .411 West 114th St., New York City BARBER, ELIZABETH .,..... BASSICK, LILLIAN CORDELIA. BEELER, JANE HALLOWELL. . ................Green Farms, Conn. . . . . . . .255 Park Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. . . . . . .329 Comstock Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. BENJAMIN, JANET LEE ..,........................ Winsted, Conn. BENNER, VRYLENA M. ............. 104 Maple St., SpringHeld, Mass. BENSEN, MARJORIE PROUTY. BERGSTRoM, BETTY JANE. . . BERTHOLD, NATALIE ANNE. . . BINGHAM, FLORENCE FOLSOM. BIRD, VIRGINIA NESTELL .... 43 North Main St., New Canaan, Conn. . . .157 North Park Ave., Neenah, Wis. . . . . . . .Cedar Knolls, Bronxville, N. Y. .823 North Hamilton St., Saginaw, Mich. 743 Gramatan Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. BISHOP, AMY .................... 15 West 73rd St., New York City BISHOP, HELPIN KINGSLEY ..... BLATCH, FRANCES ELLEN. . . . . . . .15 West 73rd St., New York City . . .228 North Laurel St., Hazleton, Pa. BLATCH, MARY ELIZABETH ...... 228 North Laurel St., Hazleton, Pa. BOWKER, HELEN ............ 59 Henshaw Ave., Northampton, Mass. BOWMAN, JANET MAY ............... 445-15th Ave., Paterson, N. BowMAN, MARION AGNES ..,......... 445-15th Ave., Paterson, N. J. BOYER, CATHERINE ............ 146 Ten Eyck St., Watertown, N. Y. BRADSHAW, CHRISTINE CARTER. ......... 186 Beaver St., Beaver, Pa. BREASTED, ASTRID ............... 5648 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, Ill. One Hundred Tlxirty-niw' DQ W 53 '53 SQ 83 Qi . W V9 wa DQ Q .Qi TQ Qaoarcaaaaao ao ' y, 4 X14 LM xi I E, riffs 'sl I gb s X4 vi S C PS y, 44 Q E5 .61 bl 10 as no I fi., ,C QP ' Q J s , 6.4 9 ' 5 E QD QD BRIGHAM, FLORENCE COLT ....... BURHHARDT, ANABEL POPE ..,... BURNAP, JESSICA ELIZABETH ..... BUTLER, ELIZABETH MORRIS ..... BUTLER, HELEN LOUISE .... BUTLER, JULIE HAMILTON ....... CADDFN HELEN CAMPBELL, SALLIE MACLEAN CARPENTER, SYLVIA. ..,...... .. CARRINGTON, BARBARA .......... CHAMBERLAIN, CYNTHIA ........ CHAMBERLAIN, LUCY ....... . . CHIPMAN, MARY FLETCHER .,.... .31 Kenilworth St., Pittsfield, Mass 188 Madison Ave., Holyoke, Mass .4331 Hyde Park, Kansas City, Mo. .Maple Lane Farm, Conyngham, Pa . . .Sherwood Inn, Fort Monroe, Va .Maple Lane Farm, Conyngham, Pa . , ........,... ...... 2 45 Walnut St., Holyoke, Mass CAMPBELL, ESTHER ............ 674 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn. 74 North Lafayette Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. ..150 Kenyon St., Hartford, Conn. .129 Glenada Court, Freeport, L. I. . . . . . . . .LOn,gacre, Lakeside, Mich. . . . . . . . .Longacre, Lakeside, Mich. CHAPIN, RHODA ............. 1328 Northampton St., Holyoke, Mass. . , . .56 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. CLARKE, PHYLLIS LORENA ........ Northampton St., Holyoke, Mass. COBB, CATHARINE ....,......... 119 Brunswick St., Rochester, N. Y. COLBY, ELIZABETH ................ 31 Farlow Road, Newton, Mass. CONTANT, ANNE MARTHA ...... 4 COUZENS, ELIZABETH PEARCE .... 59 Prospect Ave., Hackensack, N. .11 Amberson Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. CURTIS, FRANCES GRAHAM ........... ,.." Hillcrest ", Clinton, Iowa CURTIS, VIRGINIA ........... . .......... " Hillcrest 'l, Clinton, Iowa DARLING, lNlARY ............ 2320 Terrace Drive, Des Moines, Iowa DAUCHY, RUTH ................ ..Head of Ford Ave., Troy, N. Y. DEKNATEL, MARGARET ELIZABETH 234 Summit Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. DE LORENZI, SUZANNE .......,.. 3102 Miami Road, South Bend, Ind. DEWEY, LILLIAN F ................. DODGE, FRANCES ........ 240 Van DRAPER, DOROTHY ............. " DUTCHER, ELINOR C' ............ DYER, DORIS. .............,... . EAMES, ELIZABETH ANN. ..... 44 24 Walworith Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. .424 East Penn St., Hoopeston, Ill. Brooklawn Place, Bridgeport, Conn. EIDAM, BETTY ................... 95 North Vine St., Hazleton, Pa. EVERSMAN, ELIZABETH PARTRIDGE 2262 Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio FAIRCHILD, ELEANOR ROGERS. . . . . FISCHER, EUGENIA ........... 49 FISCHER, MADELEINE ELIZABETH 49 One Hundred Forty .212 West llth St., New York City Erwin Park Road, Montclair, N. Erwin Park Road, Montclair, N. I .4 Brook Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. Cortlandt Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. The Kenwood ", Great Neck, L. I. xozz zsoszo zozs z o CP' SE' V1 X . ? K t ks! Q ii 0 6 I 1 O ee O V c i gm QI I Zi ,- ,I 064064 0 4 B 068096 il W ' V I 3 , Q FoRII, ANN VAN BENTIIUYSEN Q via 2150 Grand Boulevard, Schenectady, N. Y. ? 4 QD FOX, SARAH VIRGINIA ...... 211 North Fountain St., Wichita, Kansas I-' a . FRANCES, MIRIANI C .............. Upper Ladue Road, Clayton, Mo. 235 FRASER, AILEEN ....,.., . . .170 North Beacon St., Hartford, Conn. ' 1 ,I FREAR, ANNA FRANCES .................. 65 Second St., Troy, N Y. FREAR, MARY ELIZABETH ............ 284 Pawling Ave., Troy, N. Y. , A Q, FRENCH, ELIZABETH SANBORN ....... 165 Summer St., Springfield, Vt. M9 , g FRENCH, JANET EVA ......I....... 165 Summer St., Springfield, Vt. Q sv. FROST, SARAH ................ 1519 Beech St., Texarkana, Arkansas ' Q EUESSENICH, LEDIA GARDINER. . .6.31g+5JI.litcIl3fi5ltLSt., Tgmrrington, CRES. F6 f 3 UNKHGUSER, ORNELIA .... a I ve., agerstown, . Y GABEL, EVELYN PAULA ....... 106 Prospect Park, White Plains, N. Y. Q QQ GEER, Amana HENRIETTA ....... 630 Highland Road, Ithaca, N. Y. ,Q Q ' GLENDINNING, MARY ELIZABETH .... 29 Circle Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 8 -' GOODALE, RUTH TRAINTOR v0 335 Wolcott Hill Road, Wetherslield, Conn. 10 Ty., GooDRICH, VIRGINIA SCOTT ..... 34 Westminster St., Springfield, Mass. Q O GORDON, PHYLLIS .............. Interlaken, North Muskegon, Mich. ,iw 2 Cgiiiifx, ............................. Lakeville, Conn. 1 403 North Michigan Ave., Saginaw, West Side, Michigan ,O fi GRAVES, CLARA COOLEY .......... 247 Holmes Road, Pittsfield, Mass. , K -D GRAY, HELEN LOUISE ............. 126 Linden St., Ridgewood, N. J. V Ha, GREGORY, FRANCES ....... 185 Upper Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 101 GROSS, CORNELIA ................ 914 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. ' GUTTINGER, AILEEN ...........,...... 95 Seneca St., Hornell, N. Y. gk HAMII,ToN, MARY ELLEN .... 2323 Upland Drive, Cedar Rapids, Iowa l ' 7 HARDIN, JULIA STEVENSON ......,.... .506 Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. Q HARDY, NANCY ............ ..... 5 6 Prospect St., Fitchburg, Mass. GJ PK HARRIS, ELIZABETH ...... ..... 7 11 Taylor Ave., Scranton, Pa. HARRIS, JANE SLoCUM .... ................... C oldwater, N. Y. V4 SA PIARROUN, VERA LOUISE ........ 141 Ten Eyck St., Watertown, N. Y. Q1 .gf HATHAWAY, SUZANNE ..,......... 4 Laurel Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. HAWLEY, CORNELIA BLGDGET Q 224 Brooklawn Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. i HEAD, LOIS HANCOCK ............ 20 Lloyd Road, Montclair, N. J. VV QD HEIDRICH, HELEN KING .................. 115 High St., Peoria, Ill. Q1 gy: HEIDRICH, MARY KING .................. 115 High St., Peoria, Ill. Q ,CS HEINS, FRANCES .......... 125 S. Second Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. 55, QM, HILLS, MARY I.OUlSE. . . .............. R. F. D. 3, Pontiac, Mich. QQ V, I If LQ S i One Hundred Forty-one Y O I- eo roreor 1 AD Ab QD QD Q DQQD QDQQ bGQwQ "h v '1 Q 'V 5 i ca g , 4 .Q O QB 6312 U lp .owe , 5 ' DQ W tw DQ HINKEL, BETTY ,............. 334 North Crestway, Wichita, Kansas , 4 HOBLIT, BARBARA HERRICK f C5 1318 East Grove St., Bloomington, Ill. J ' ,V,. HOGG, ANN DONALD ............ 27 Overhill Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Q4 HookER, MARY' NEWBERRY ..4, 206 Colony Road, Longmeadow, Mass. HOOKER, SALLIE PAIGE ....... 206 Colony Road, Longmeadow, Mass. Q2 5 S Q ,o 5 5-. fi. M ,' BQ s 'i f 5 V QI sf' K5 X 145441 740 Q3 if I LI S V 0 D Q ,515 'X fm- 1? 1 D M HowEs, DERFLA 'COVELL ......,. 213 Ridge Road, Rutherford, N. J. HUME, JANE WILLIAMS ........ 606 West 122nd St., New York City HUNTINGToN, HELEN ELIZABETH 251 Littleworth Lane, Sea Cliff, L. 1. HUPFEL, SALLY MUNRU ...... 641 Whitney, Ave., New Haven, Conn. HUSTED, MARY ........,..,. 448 West Woodruff Ave., Toledo, Ohio IBBOTSON, CATHERINE ..,.......,. Summer: Richfield Springs, N. Y. Winter: 205 Rutger St., Utica, N. Y. JoHNsoN, BETTY JANE ..... .... 8 1 Ellington St., Longmeadow, Mass. JOHNSTON, BARBARA ........... 152 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. JOHNSTON, BARBARA MARY. ................... Port Leyden, N. Y. JOHNSTON, ELIZABETH .......... 152 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. JONES, ELEANOR ............. 11 Kingsboro Ave., Gloversville, N. Y. . . . .180 Fern St., West Hartford, Conn. JONES, ELIZABETH ..... JONES, MARGARET ..... .................. S ilver Bay, N. Y. KEEP, BARBARA ..................... 305 High St., Lockport, N. Y. KEITH, JEAN. ..,............., 310 Warwick Road, Kenilworth, Ill. KENNEDY, CONSTANCIE HILMA .... 435 Riverside Drive, New York City KENNEDY, lVIARGARE'1' ..... 676 South Washington St., Van Wert, Ohio KETCHAM, BETTY ..... ....... 1 66 Valley Road, New Rochelle, N. Y. KEYS, MARY PADDOCK ....... '. .817 South Seventh St., Springfield, Ill. KIMBERLY, MARY HIZNRIETTA 421 Washington Boulevard, Oshkosh, Wis. KIMBERLY, NANCY .......... 569 East Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wis. KNAPPEN, ELIZABETH ........ 322 Fountain St., Grand Rapids, Mich. KNEALE, JANET HARRISON .................... Pleasantville, KoEHLER, RGBERTA ....... KRECH, INEZ MARGARETHA KRUEGER, MARTHA LOUISE. LAMONT, FAITH HODGPIS. . . LAMONT, ELLA VIRGINIA. . . LANCTOT, SARAII LoIIIsE. . . .........,....,.....C'hurchville LANIJERS, JEAN BIRDSELL ............ LANSING, CARoLYN POST.. LAUBACH, ALICE FRANCES. One Hundred Forty-two 0 Q BQZBQX BQQB ZXQX XBGZZQZQ ................T.... . . , . .445 Webster Ave., Muskegon, . . . . 140 Overlook Ave., Hackensack, 120 Esplanade, Mt. Vernon, . . . .20 Winthrop Road, Lexington, . , . .20 Winthrop Road, Lexington, N. Y. Mich N. J N. Y Mass Mass N.Y 475 Fifth Ave., New Ycirk city Clarks Green, Pa. . . .7401 Ridge Boulevard, Brooklyn, N. Y. we oc W ' W I Q ' , ' Q '0 82 IQI IQI M W O W 1 W? I . . f - 4 ov 1 .oao... .. gap Ugly .. V0 i ' Q LAW, CATHERINE BARR ........ 50 Hickory Drive, Maplewood, N. J. Q Ky , LEINDECKIER, DORIS AUGUSTA ........ 9 Wisteria Drive, Dayton, Ohio 9 gb LEWIS, VIRGINIA MAE ........ 432 Dedham St., Newton Centre, Mass. ' ' , Q LUEIIER, LOUISE GILMORE ...... 9 Frederick Place, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. BY! MAC CHESNEY, JEANNE LOUISE .... . . .460 Pawling Ave., Troy, N. Y. Q Q CD3 MAC GREGOR, THEODORA DOUGLAS fx: 300 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. Q33 MAC LARI-DN, GWYNETH E .......... 806 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Q, a , A MACY, ALICIE. ........ .......,..,.......... G geenxngclmd Cggn. IQ s . MAINS, MARY ANE ........... ..... . ............ r een e , io S Q O MARSH, ANNE ELIZABETH ..,.. Lawrence Park West, Bronxville, N. Y. ,' 1' ,R MARSTON, SARA ................... 20 Main St., Skowhegan, Maine 'Q We MARTIN, BARBARA ....... ....... 3 0 Davis Ave., Rockville, Conn. Q I MATTHIES, LOUISE ...... .... 3 72 Lookout Ave., Hackensack, N. ,O Q MATTIS, ELSIR CURA ........... 900 West Park Ave., Champaign, Ill. Cf MENNEN, MILDRED .... . . .135 Raymond Ave., South Orange, N. Q KB MlLI,ER, EDITH ........ .... C ypress Lodge, Naples-on-the-Gulf, Fla. IQ! :I , Mnm, JUNE .................. 1018 Nott st., Schenectady, N. Y. Q INIJIIONTAGEZE, MAR? SAGE. . 1581 South WSshingtonLAyie., Isiilginayy, 1 , 9 Q OORE, STHIER ANE ............... ongress a e, artvl e, I0 V ' MOORE, SYLVIA ............... 397 North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. K Q MORGAN, CYNTHIA GAY .... ..... 2 262 Parkwood Ave, Toledo, Ohio 10, Y' MORRIS, JANET ........ ...l82 Locust Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. ' MORRISON, ELAINE ..,. ................... P awling, N. Y. 3 Q MORRISON, JANE ........... ..... . ............ P awling, N. Y. lily f' ,, NEUMAN, MARY .............. ...I94 stare sf., Albany, N. Y. NEWTON, ALICE RICHARDSON .... .... 2 14 Oak St., Holyoke, Mass. , Q NICHIJLS, MARGARET .......... .... 2 34 Park St., Newton, Mass. i l 5 0 NILES, ROMA SERAPH .................. Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. NOLTE, CORINNE KATHRYN 40, f Q , 1652 North Fountain Boulevard, Springfield, Ohio Q . F4 OWENS, DEBORAH ALLEN .....,.. 320 West Broad St., Hazleton, Pa. PALMER, CHRISTINE RUSSELL ........ 2 Hillcrest Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 10' ggi: PARHAM, MARION ADA. ......... 136 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 0 PATTERSON, HARRIET ROE .......... 485 Stage Road, Monroe, N. Y. 10, , Q PEASE, ELIZABETH WHIPPLE ...... Remington Road, Windsor, Conn. - i PECK, BARBARA LILIAN .............. Bedford Road, Lincoln, Mass. VV 0 PHILBRICK, CONSTANCE ...... ..... 3 0 Terry Road, Hartford, Conn. IQ! 9 POOLE, SARAH ELIZABETH .... ......... 3 05 Parkway, Ithaca, N. Y. CVD POOR, URSULA ........................ 98 Pine St., Danvers, Mass. 40, POTTER, HARMONA ROMEYNE .... 150 Scarborough St., Hartford, Conn. bg 2 ' S r 4 5 One Hundred Forty-three M O O Q 'V If - Gb 6 .O.. a 2.e z 2 a2 zzOz2OzsOz2Oz0I I 1 I Ig, P". V1 EM' 4' W Q CD a s 00 504693 O QI I S 5 W v I 0 Xiu? Po'I"I'ER, MARY' PATRICIA .....,...... Barton Hills, Ann Arbor, Mich. Q9 'MQ PRATT, GWENDOLYN ........... 72 South St., Great Barrington, Mass. Q3 PULSIFER, HELEN T ........ 242 North Kansas St., Edwardsville, Ill. Q Mis, REED, ELINOR BIEMIS ' E5-4? Hotel La Salle, 30 East 60th Street, New York City s 3 Kumi REED, MARY LAVINIA .........,.. 175 West 72nd St., New York City REILLY, AI.lCIE LIICILE ........ 204 Primrose Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Q5 RENFERT, WANDY M ................ 2602 Ave. O, Galveston, Texas 9 RHEINERANK, ANNE ..... Eagle Point Colony, Rossford, Toledo, Ohio Q S19 RHODES, BARBARA. ..,...,....... 164 Bartlett Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. ' 1 RICIIARDsoN, PATRICIA LEWIS ..... 2268 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio W ' EOBERTS, FRANCES. ............... x. . .185 State St., Flushing, N. Y. Q OBERTSON, ANN NATALIE ........ Elmhurst Boulevard, Scranton, Pa. Q 1 ROGERS, ELIZABETH HALLoCK ................... Cazenovia, N. Y. ROIIRBAUGH, ROSEDREY L ......................,... Hanover, Pa. DQ M, Rose, ELIZABLITH GRACE ........ 285 Riverside Drive, New York City W ROSS, MARY CAROLINE ............ Butternut Hill, Terre Haute, Ind. Q ROWLAND, DIANA ...... 2332 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C. QI I 1. ........... ....... , , . f' X SANFORD, KATT 217 Iake Avenue, Albany, N Y SAWYER, ADELAIDE CHRISTINE ...... 1611 Lakewood Ave., Lima, Ohio SCHYVABLE, PoLLY GERTRUDE ...... 2 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. V0 My SCOTT, CLARA ELIZABETH ....... . , .320 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. V41 SEARS, ANNE FRANKLIN ..........., 1060 Park Ave., New York City ,,i SHARP, MARY ELIZABETH ....... 294 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. O 73741, SIIELDON, ANNE LORAINE .................... Summer: Dorset, Vt. , f, iffy Winter: 63 High St., Yonkers, N. Y. Q 11,2 siiui-I-s, Ariviima ..... ....................... B aiisroii Spa, N. Y. iw, SIMMONS, JANE ....... .,....... E agie Point Colony, Rossford, ohio Q fy SLAUSON, ANToINETTE WHITING. .93 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. SMITH, FANNY JANE .................. Ardsley-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. g A 5311, SMITH, SALLY ........ .... . ............. C azenovia, N. Y. V ' s ,QA SMITH, SALLY ........ ,..... 8 07 Main St., East Aurora, N. Y. , SNYDER, MARGARET ................ Myopia Hill, Winchester, Mass. ,,"li, SUPER, JEAN ............... 1122 East Monroe St., Bloomington, Ill. SoUTHwoRTH, GERTRUDE VAN DUYN 3 314 Highland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y VV SOWIERS, RUTH ROBINSON .... 185 Hartsdale Road, White Plains, N. Y SPENCER, ALICE CHURCH. . .211 South Main St., West Hartford, Conn. Q from STEARNS, MARY BRADFORD .......... 7 Edison Ave., Providence, R. I. O '33 STEERS, CLAIRE LOUISE ....... 21 Seymour Place, White Plains, N. Y. fl '. Wi. ' ' if. One Hundred Forty-four lfx, 32 a s 55 D MOQ QQQE Q OGG QQYQQ Q I VV f 5 09 VV S , AQQAQQQ Q fulgnglp 20 202203 0 K:-0 D Q STEVENS, MARY FRANCES Q G 500 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. O STEVENS, SALLY HUMPHREY ........ 15 Traill St., Cambridge, Mass. e Q STEWART, MARY BELLE .... 525 North Eighth St., Independence, Kan. ' Q ' V STIIEGLITZ, ANNA ......,......,... 19 Croydon Road, Jamaica, L. I. Q ' STONE, KATHARINE LEGGETT ...... 53 Hancock St., Lexington, Mass. T ELFURSBERS, BABBETE LOUISE ,....... gifzlilgst 80thSSt.,HNevi2 Y3rlECity 61 I ' AYLOR, ARAH EMBERTON ........ enyon t., art or , onn. ' it' TENNANT, AI.IsoN ....... 5719 So-uth Hohman si., Hammond, Illinois SQ v Q THOMPSON, RUTH I'IlLL ........ 2521 Forest Drive, Des Moines, Iowa .' 4 Q TUCKER, Dome JOY. ..,.. ...... I 6 Ridge Road, Bfooxvslie, N. Y. TUFTS, MARY GILMAN .............. 215 Stolp Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. my Vw TURNBULL, MARY CROPSIEY ...... 225 Midland Ave., Montclair, N. J. t4 Q Q 5 UNIJERHILL EVELYN RITHA If Q Summer: Hotel Mahopac, Lake Mahopac, N. Y. O Winter: 27 Circle Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Q ,, Q VAN BLARcoM, E1.eANoR. .5 PI-oepeee Place, Tudor city, New York City IQ VAN SCHAICK, HELEN BOULTON ....,............. Southport, Conn. 2 VONNEGUT, LOUISE AGNES ff DQ 3245 North Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. lgb W WAKBMAN, ELIZABETH ....... 412 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. Q Ql WALKIER, IVIARJORIE ........... 19 Round Hill, Northampton, Mass. IQ 5' Q WALKER, IVIARTHA CATHERINE ...... 1425 Fulton Road, Canton, Ohio 9 , WALL, ELIZABETH UNDERwooD ....... 1023 Electric St., Scranton, Pa. bv EE WASHBURN, AMY .... ........... 1 90 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 40 b a WEAVER, MARIAN ............. ............ F ort McKinley, Maine Qi WELCH, MARY FREEMAN ....... 436 St. Ronan St., New Haven, Conn. ,O e. WHITNEY, ELIZABETH HowE ...... 930 C'hurch St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1' V0 WILKINSON, LOIS PARKER ..,......... Silverholm, Little Silver, N. Y. Q Q71 VVILLIAMS, FRANCES ELIZABETH .... 2025 Parkwood Ave., Toledo Ohio QI ' Q WILSON, JUSTINE .................. Copland Heights, Toledo, Ohio i WINIIHAM, MARGARET ZERILDA. .917 Lincoln Ave., Port Huron, Mich. ' WOOIJHOUSE, BARBARA .......... Griswold Road, Wethersfield, Conn. l t WYANT, MARTHA SAUNDERS ..,. 477 South Oakland Ave., Sharon, Pa. I J I 2 0 - CC W l o DQ V A I, 1 One Hund cd Forty-fi-. - ' f o Q EPZ 02o o 2 22 :2e:22Q22 2 20' X x-.210 I ,V ,A, . in j r , L ,V 1 J Z N ' .Q G -J U x A 1 L X X l 1 'ff y ,I in , fl, F M X ,, 5 Q GW bf ' 1 , Dr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Nlr lVlr Mr lVIr Nlr Nlr Mr Mr Qtnmplimentarp Qhhertisers E. T. Alford N. L. Avery R. E. Baker R. S. Benner F. H. Blatch J. W. Carpenter Arie Contant J. N. Darling A. S. Draper Robert Frazier E. S. French J. R. Glendinning C. F. Grant R. H. Harris H. H. Hills A. W. Hinkel H. K. Hoblit K. S. Hogg Richard Hooker . C. Husted G. S. Johnston . E. Johnston Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr lNlr Nlr Mr Mr Dr. Mr lNlr lNlr Nlr Dr. S. E. Knappen H. B. Lamont A. L. Lewis C. G. Leuder R. E. Marsh F. A. Miller L. H. Neuman L. R. Palmer H. R. Philbrick F. A. Reilly Eugene Rheinfrank Walter Rohrbaugh H. W. Sheldon E. F. Southworth Frank Sowers N. I. Steers H. P. Stevens C. G. Tufts A. P. Van Schaick Anton Vonnegut L. T. XVilliams R. A. VVindham TIFFANY A Co. JEWELERS SILVERSNIITIIS STATIONERS STEADFAST STANDARDS MAIL INQUIRIES RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION FIFTH AVENUE RBYTH STREET NEWYORK OHdiF 736 153 wiv M mi ' mg , :n C5145-,15i4Vf45145i1i'51"1J5v'51"v'xv'51J5ilx1'xv'X.ZS2i'5.15v15115i45115, :I E 4: 0 0 G5 15 gu- 2 C'?Q3u.waunL cJ1aLEmcQii59. Q 4: scuaiooitf UUTFIITTHNKUUJ 1, 4, '21 Wefsvlf U6 Slit-mic 'NEW QVUULD g go 4 'K ' P ' 1 4 0 5 O-'fn 5 P 2 5 i GOOD TASTE in designing ' Z CFUGH STANDARDS in manufacturing ' 'PRECISION AND CARE 5 in filling each order go i Estimates without Commencement dresses obligation of all kinds gui M3559 fs ssl fel 94:1 if ircd Fifty l ,rx F ': ' Frear's Creed for Building Good Will! ART BI.oUsEs CHINA CUT GLASS COATS CURTAINS IDRESSES EVENING FROCKS FURS FURNITURE GLOVES PIOSIERY HANIJBAGS PTANIJKERCIIIEFS JEWELRY LINENS LINGERIE MUSLINS N OTIIONS NECKWEAR RIBBONS RUGS STATIONERY SLIPS SILKS SWEATERS TUB FABRICS TOILETRIES VVOOLEN FABRICS 1. To keep a little dissatisfied with the best we do in order to make it better. 2. To ai1n at Still lower costs but to maintain quality at all costs. 3. To put service i1Ito actual practice instead of con- fining it to the conversation. 4. To cultivate courtesy for its own sake and not as a species of business cunning. 5. To claim less tha1I we perform and never to per- form less than we claim. 6. To value a customer for her confidence and not by the amount of her purchases. 7. To Sell a customer what she comes i1I to buy and not what we want to sell her. 8. To lose a sale, if necessary, in a spirit of sports- manship and not with a disgruntled air. 9. To welcome both buyers and lookers, and to treat both as a hostess treats her guests. 10. And finally to remember every day the great debt we owe to the public and to discharge that debt hon- orably Zllld to the best of our abilities. J WM. H. lFRlEAR 86 CU., INC. 'lFr0y's Leading Department Store nl.. .1--I-n-u-unu-1...U.-..-......-.-. -.--.--..-..U.-..--U..U..U...................-.- One Hundred Fifly-one i l l .WEED, i , l i I l All over America efforts li- W l are being made to make 3 5 automobile driving safer l l i and less dangerous for driver and for pedes- M C 4- trian. The use of tire chains in poor going is advised by State High- way Departments everywhere. No better device for the controlling of skid- ding and traction troubles has ever been de- vised than VVeed Chains. They grip on wet pavement, in snow or on ice: they give safe, sure traction in mud and sand. There should be a pair of Weed Chains in ever car in case an emergency arises. In the Fall or Spring especially, one is liable to be caught in sudden bad weather. If your VVeed Chains are at home in the garage, trouble might arise, you may have an accident, life and limb may be endangered. liven the compara- tively minor trouble of getting stuck in the mud or in a snow bank loses prevent accident, to insure getting to your destination on l much time. To . W al time, for long wear and serv- i fqbi n 1 N ice, for safe traction, use X5 VVeed Chains. E l i 4i3-mi y AlN1ERlCAN CHAIN COMPANY, lNc. 3.3: if Bridgeport Connecticut A Pkonucrlior THE AMERICAN CHAIN CoMPANY,1ne inbusiness foryoursafety neun-un-nun.an----u::::::::::: I s. "I::::::::::::::::::::i::::::...........!.... 4' Iluua'1'i'i1' lfifly-frm BEAT Wz'.fhe5 "A from JOHN WANAMAKER, NEW YORK Maker of Emma Willard School 55: Unffofms ' I Extends a cordial welcome to Wichita' Kansas all teachers and pupils when they are in New York Bzzreau of Srlzools and Colleges N JOHN WANAMAKER, NEW YORK Comp Imems of Wanamaker Place :if Ninth Street at Broadway v Av mflzmfe 7272 Scarsrfale llfesfchester County, N YY A residential Inn iA1l1Cl'iCZ1l1 Planj in surroundings I of quiet and exclusive refinement. Located imme- diately at Station and in close proximity to numerous parks and parkways of the County and approximately 18 miles from 42nd Street, New York City, on the Harlem Division of the New York Central Railroad. flWRS,D M. A. 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Success Starts m the Home M. WARREN Sc CO 555 Home is the center of 1iie's activities. lt's the starting point of social and busi- ness success. Surroundings should ex- . . Hardware, Cutlery I press the hopes and aspirations of each member of the family. That's why we Tools feature correct furniture that is authentic :p :Eg ill design. perfect in workmanship, ex- quisite in iinish. A large assortment of Q 555 Oriental and Domestic Rugs in room and scatter sizes. 55 241-245 River Street R. C. Reynolds, Inc. Troy' N- Y- Stylists in Complete Home Outfits TROY--Monument Square-TROY g f 6W611'y S ilvetware . HARRY A. TEN BRCECK Jeweler 5 252 Broadway, Troy, N. Y. Everything New SE Novelties Art Goods -pf...........-.-..........................................-..-............ ...-.-....-1...-....-..-.--..-.---n-n 5 ......................................................................... ..................................... .. 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