Emma Willard School - Gargoyle Yearbook (Troy, NY)

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Culumbia AJS., Ohio XYQSIK-y'.1r1: Ali., Culumbi.1 GIZRTRUIJI3 W'A'I'KINS, Ijil't'Cl0l' uf Uuid.xncc LOUISE MCKIQON AJS., V.xse1n': A,M., Bustmw University AJS., l'u11l1sylvnnig1 Sli1lc'COHL'gC: NM., Columbia IiLIZfXBl'.'I'H POTXVINIQ MAR Y TODD A.lS., Mount Hulyukc: A.M., ciUIll!1ll5i.l AJS., Smith: NM., R.1JcliH'c RUTH HAMILTON MAR Y WILSON All., Smith: All., Rulcliih' .'X.l'm.. xX.Nl,. Y.1xs.11' EVICLYN KICNNFIJY LYIJIA BISBITIV, AJ5., A,N1.,c:4Dl'l1L'II Ali., llmstnn Univcrsiiyg A.M., flnlumbia Page fwelve BLANCHE ISRACKETT MARIE X1II.I.lIR ,A.M., Radcliffe AJS., Missouri State lllC1lCl1Cl'S, Collcgcg EMMA H. DALTON ILM., Lolumbm 1,H.B., ClliC1lgOQ A.M., Columbia l'llfl.EN ASHLEY VERA SMITH A.B., Wg-llciley PI-LB., Pumbmkcg SC.M.. Brown GLADYS CORTHELI, HELEN HAMXLTON A.B., Wellesley: A.M., Columbia A.B., Smith MARION DXVINELL LYDIE BRUNAUD A.B., Vvcllcslcy: All.. Columbia BS., Rockford Collcgeg NXT., Culumlwin TRMA XVYl.lHfR A.B., Wflmilmrm Collcgcg A.'M., Columbia GRACE BA IKTHULONIEXV Iimma Willnrnl Conservatory Page tllirtavn, Tim --1 -........ FRANCIS PLAISTFD IRENI' TLVQK. R.N., Blndgclt X1u11nri.1l lfospit Mrs. BcclxWith's Sflnm! Grand R.lPixix, Michigan Iil.IZAl5liTH S. LYTIF lII2l.IiN HUTCIIINS Smith Cullcgc BS.. Russcll Sagc Rlfv. HUXVARD RUI5l,Nl7Al.I. HELEN MARX 13.11. Union Thunhmgicni Suininary B.S., Russull Sngc PATIRICIA GARDNER IJORIS ANDRVWS Ali., Vassar A.B., Cornell ISDNA MCCGRMICK MARY MaCl.lfAR, A.l5., Connecticut: A.l5., Smith BS., School uf library Scrvicc, Columbia GICORCQIC PICKERINU, Slucliud in Boston, UIQNIQVHQVIC Sl IYNH New York and Munich B.F.A., Syrncuwc MARTHA CARRAGAN, MUSJ3., Obcrling MARGARET PAGE MUSM., American Clnnscrvalury, Chicago B.S., Massachusetts School of Ari, Pagv fUIII'fl'l'7l MARY HARI2 THOMPSON I5.I..I., Emerson CELAIDYS LOTT Culumbiag University of California I'lXII'iI.YN LANGDON A.I5., Wellesley' DOROTHY HOPKINS KIRKIQXNIJ Ii.I..I.. Emcrwnq AAI., Nnrllmexlern I UIS NIJCGRLIER Bri.1rcIiHe QIANIIT BIAXXYYELI, .-MIS., XY'eIIcsIcy': AAI., Columbia CLORINIJA RIXNISEY A.IB., Smith: IKM., MideIIeIJury I'fI.lZAI3Ii'I'II PRINCE A.I'm., Smith ,Iil.IZAISI'f'I'II SIMONS ILS., Sargent, QIANI' I .XWIYIR ISS.. 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'yy r-fb : rg 4 Ml Q ' -N-'19, .QS xl, ,V Kyiv, X , 4.4.44 'G , H ' "EW wi., g - wx E 'A W W.. W, W IIA Q' ,, Gag? . , A ,. w 1:'f"'J'KH"'1- 4 'Q ' . , , ,- X , f 'L 0.Ge,,7.1 , , 1 'v 1 '44 .1 .. er ' "F ' , .Jw .2 1:, 2 lx w. z 4. " ,. 1 +V' w ,J U , W fg. juz:-.3 .L-1 ?'? S ww. 42. 1,1 SENIUHS Ellen .lane lngraham BRISTOL, CONN. THREE YEARS Hockey Team Social Committee TRIANGLE Board Choir Kappa Kappa Tau Dress Committee President of Class Qthree yearsj "I get cz charge out of that." SMITH PRESIDENT, CLASS OF FORTY-F0 Page eighteen URBANA, ILL. MOUNT HOLYOKE THREE YEARS Dress Committee Commencement Committee Glee Club Hockey Team Head of Dress Committee for Graduation "I wish something exciting would bappe11!,, 6SLuce77 "Balzie" KALAMAZOO, MICH. STEPHENS Two YEARS TRIANGLE Literary Board The Philakalians fFIi7n!Jl Lucile Adams Barbara Louise Balz Page nineteen Jean McPherson Beiermeister TROY, N. Y. CORNELL FOUR AND A HALF YEARS President of Sophomore Class Paint and Patches Treasurer of Senior Class Business Manager of GARGOYLE President of Alpha Sigma Soccer Team Slocum Hall Council Mask and Dirk Glee Club Kappa Kappa Tau "Ola, l701'7'07'S.' U "Genius" Jean Blancke Page twenty Beanie DAVISVILLE, R. I. CONNECTICUT Two YEARS Head of Social Committee Dress Committee Choir Glee Club Head of Senior Ring Committee "Hi girly' SYRACUSE, N. Y. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ONE YEAR Head of Current Events Club Chairman of Ushers for Revels Captain of Second Hockey Team "Oh my stars aim' g6lTfC'1'S!,, Betty Jane Boullreau - 1 ,3 rf -Q fav? 53 liarbara Virgil1ia,,l?pg!n7vegl'f L! 3. V 2 , f fi? I1 .H A , N I ug ! 1 at fn Z, 6 i Q P Y, 1 . f , - ?"C.m1,., , as 0' ,A f aff DN m J L 6 f. I' .- ,K l1Cf..i gr A 1, 'U F7 'fl 'Yjflw O F1 '-I 'U Frawa 5 Q 9. 5+ 5+ fc. g -1 cn. Q z g 5' P-I CJ "' n S Q Q 1 5 ,.h -. -: 1- H Q '11 m 252 :r O ' 'SZ 3 C Z f-Ike 2 7' ' E ov " :jf T4 :wg Q as Z mg 5 CU F' m 0 4"'s:,' 4 .-' 3 V, 31 Yo, 'ajz '-:C -1'1" m le. V Unis fa Q 4,4365 :ll KJ ' J--. f 3i'AJV-vi 'lhtqxf I 'KFC .mc - Www F r s E nf-' cenery Crew ,' ,jg Je S " ., 7 . . ' la E" 1 Mask and Dirk F - Paint and Patches " A L 5 1-q A S 'M w 5'T? "Tlaerf"s nothing I'd rather do!" ...t .9 P lm 1 " 3 431. s . K . pg , s F-I1 'J' F . ff, 'A 1, ' is , , 1 ' ', ' ri 7 P 6 A . C vi f ,r Q In N f ' , , A ,chi W ' Y' vu V' .' ' 'V . M - Q ,, 1.9 , " L Page twent -one f, ' A' ',, V F s , A yt . v JJ - 1 s, K X ' 5 1 'i' f 0 -.' 'T'-, M J t 1' , Cynthia Ann Broplly Judith Steele llrnwn Page twenty-two SCARSDALE, N. Y. BENNINGTON THREE YEARS President of Paint and Patches Head of Sage Entertainment Committee Entertainment Committee President of Riding Club Sports Representative on A. A. Vice-President of Sophomore Class Soccer Team Choir The Philakalians Mask and Dirk Kappa Kappa Tau Glee Club Flower Committee "Hi babe!" .1 , if K uJudyss 5 ka LINWOOD, MASS. WELLESLEY THREE YEARS Sports Representative on A. A. Head of Sage Block Leaders Glee Club TRIANGLE Literary Board Head of Sage Hall Mask and Dirk Paint and Patches Soccer Team Choir Vice-President of Senior Class Flower Committee "-and so forfbln ELMIRA, N. Y. WELLESLEY ONE YEAR Head of Squad Leaders Athletic Association "Who ifwifed you in?" Buckle 66Pat97 I SCARSDALE, N. Y. OHIO WESLEYAN ONE YEAR The Philakalians Block Leader Assistant Business Manager of TOWER "Trrr-iI9bie" Cornelia Elizabeth Buck Patricia Eloise Carroll , kmfg Page twenty-tlwee Y X Paula Calwell Barbara Cook Page twenty-four TROY, N. Y. THREE AND A HALF YEARS Hockey Team Alpha Sigma "I d07Z,l' get iff' Paula "Cookie" EVANSTON, ILL. CARLETON Two YEARS Glee Club Captain of Archery Team Soccer Team Circulation Manager of TRIANGLE Choir Mask and Dirk Chapel Circle "Will you run the tub for me when 310u're fi11islaed?" COHOES, N. Y. SYRACUSE FOUR YEARS Paint and Patches Hockey Team Alpha Sigma The Philakalians "You know mc, kids? CCA-l,, Lyn POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. VASSAR THREE YEARS Varsity Swimming Team Reporter for TOWER Varsity Soccer Team Senior Soccer Team "Hi tlaerf'." Y-X.. Alice Mary Crawford Carolyn Uexter K ,W .fd - - 'v Page fwen ty-five .loan Drukker Patricia Hurling Page twenty-six MONTCLAIR, N. J. SMITH Two YEARS Varsity Soccer Team Varsity Basketball Team Sports Representative on A. A. Sports Editor of TOWER Editor-in-Chief of TOWER Literary Editor of GARGOYLE "Ii's srwsash-" Spook "Pat ToLEDo, OHIO VASSAR ONE YEAR President of Chapel Circle Soccer Team Co-Head of Field Day Committee "Grow up, Imzzff' AMSTERDAM, N. Y. PEMBROKE THREE YEARS Glee Club Varsity Hockey Team Riding Club Captain of Senior Hockey Team Captain of Team I A. A. Sports Representative Secretary-Treasurer of Mask and Dirk Chapel Circle Orchestra Choir "Well, wloaf good arf' you?" ClF0re7, . f , li g 'X' llyf, -'.'L-,-. auflfg gLf.,1?N'1 E wisp' tx 1-rr Lu'X LUX wax lY,N af if K 6lHarm99 SHARON, MAss. WELLESLEY ONE YEAR Soccer Team Choir Dress Committee "Hi, My,-flew Alice Forstall Harmony Frey -,,,, , -,f,aM,3-f ,i-,Vw x .. . X ,,i. ,. XX 1 ,z.x, N . lv l J XLT urO"l'i l 'Th in fl -I w X il A :'x1'SZZ"Q. 11-fx' xx Wav v?-"' ""'f3i'w.. , ci X . CACSfC3'.i Q gr Page twenty-seven br tu X'- I Q l 7' x TROY, N- Y- RUSSELL SAGE Jane Gale Betsy Garrison Page twenty-eight TWELVE YEARS Paint and Patches Swimming Team Alpha Sigma Glee Club Hockey Team Kappa Kappa Tau TRIANGLE Literary Board "Could be!" Jane Garry NORFOLK, VA. SWEET BRIAR ONE YEAR Press Board "Hey leids!,' GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. SARAH LAWRENCE Two YEARS Soccer Team Entertainment Committee Mask and Dirk Choir Feature Editor of the TCWER "It's not like that in G. R." "Speedy" 1 i 6CJ0y!9 EvANsToN, ILL. RADCLIFFE Two YEARS Glee Club President of Choir Head of Hostess Committee Riding Club Conservatory Recital Soccer Team "Self-c0nsc'i0us?,' ' K ' - 2' : ai'-Q ' if-L: . ' 'Fix . ' ' mi, 'f,.,fii:::7 . ,g A 51 , .- - V gf XQQQVZ v-Wil 5 'lf-E'-dh! 1351 C 'S' swffiiii Iii f, - - --.QQ we '11 if -'y'Lite1f:. ,. ..iw:', Q A I Aa .i, H ass Q 1 Anne Gnmlspeed Carol Josephine Grey Page twenty-wine PHILADELPHIA, PA. CONNECTICUT Two YEARS Vice-president of junior Class Head of Chapel Circle Vice-president of Student Government Varsity Hockey Team Varsity Basketball Team Discorders "I'll be dasbvd-U "Anngie" Anngenette Cottrell Groton Page thirty Mary Ifiotllorine Harmon Mickey SCARSDALE, N. Y. SMITH THREE YEARS Head of Sophomore Hockey Vice-president of Athletic Association Captain of Varsity Basketball Team Sports Editor of TOWER Kappa Kappa Tau Chapel Circle "I get the picture? Tnov, N. Y. VASSAR TWELVE YEARS Literary Board of TRIANGLE Paint and Patches Glee Club Hockey Team Choir Riding Club Kappa Kappa Tau Latin Club Flower Committee "Wl9o'1l pull my boofs ojfiv' "Harvie" i ,,,., 5 ,, .ITE Harriet Virginia Harvie HAVERFORD, PA. SMITH Two YEARS Varsity Hockey Team Varsity Basketball Team President of the Athletic Association Mask and Dirk Choir Glee Club "How ya' doin?" Josephine llelhert Hastings Page thirty-oam Sioux CITY, IowA SARAH LAWRENCE Two YEARS Hockey Team Literary Board of TRIANGLE Dress Committee The Philakalians "Wbat's your lroublc'?', Jeanne Hayes scHayeSss Winston Henley Holliday fy ' yfffvfefv' T, , Page thirty-two Wmkle LAKE FOREST, ILL. SMITH Two YEARS Literary Editor of TRIANGLE Mask and Dirk Soccer Team Discorders Associate Editor of TOWER Flower Committee "This is it, chaps!" TROY, N. Y. FOUR YEARS Soccer Team Press Board Alpha Sigma "Hello, Cutie." LOUDENVILLE, N. Y. SIX YEARS Basketball Team Varsity Hockey Team Alpha Sigma Sports Representative on A.A. STEPHENS Mickey "Hubbie" COLBY "Pull your fenders in." Helen Maureen Horan 4 Jane Huhhell wwf Page thirty-tlwee Piuth Ballard Hynds llornthy .lean .luhnsnn Page thirty-four SCARSDALE, N. Y. NORTHWESTERN ONE YEAR Social Committee Block Leader "Isn't that a 1fiot?,' Ruth 66D0t!9 TROY, N- Y. STEPHENS NINE YEARS Athletic Council Basketball Team Varsity Hockey Team Glee Club "Ola glee!" SCARSDALE, N. Y. SWEET BRIAR Two YEARS Choir Glee Club Dress Committee Hockey Team Editor-in-Chief of GARGOYLE "If's dizfilzc-', "Janie" scKennys9 CALDWELL, N. J. STUDENT NURSE CADET CORPS THREE YEARS Paint and Patches Choir Glee Club Social Committee Hockey Team Soccer Team Press Board TOWER staff Head of Entertainment Committee "This time I really mean it."' Jane Cai rl Johnson 4 ' -N,-w i f ffm ESV gi, E ' fff lane Kentlall Page thirty-five HIGHLAND PARK, ILL. SMITH ONE YEAR President of School Team Il Homeroom Committee Head of Ushers Soccer Team Discorders Orchestra Chapel Circle "W7laai can I do wifb my b-zz-i-r?" Nlargaretllnight Mary-Kathryn Higgins Page thirty-six Peggy uliiggien SCARSDALE, N. Y. MOUNT HOLYOKE THREE YEARS Hockey Team Paint and Patches Vice-president of Campus Players President of Kappa Kappa Tau Editor of TRIANGLE School Notes Basketball Team "I can't stand it!" qygsqp- ,,,... -uv-vvxxg-av' -TYYNL3':v cLAtu"YiLTY x'Y1g,xgJL1g,,k5l:,A F N' f"'..Ll.Q1l0v' kxqg, xvxc!1,L4-5-.vc scum HL 0 V-'Nb nifv-B uQhl4'a'a:,'Ls. 5519 Lvs vYNLxy-ts-irq QA-'yn V- Tw-..'vx't. 64.4-1 "' YSLBNT K5-Q. kuwb- i MERIDEN, CONN. VAssAR ll THREE YEARS Soccer Team Paint and Patches The Philakalians TOWER Staff Riding Club Choir "I jus! gof a lvlfer from a boyg give mc' some advicef, C6D0tA77 ,, i ,PJ Dorothy Elizabeth Lane 'V i' . i a , A . W 5 I f I K l -E K I x I BEAVER, PA. SARAH LAWRENCIE THREE YEARS - -, ' A . . , 4 I I 5' Lf Art Board of TRIANGLE, Paint and Patches Varsity Swimming Team Varsity Basketball Team Hockey Team , Y, A PM . ' C Nunn' Ill Xl KXITN' Ax .. Discorders x x . R, , A V x Q , S War Council if 'L kix' ' i ' ' 'I ' lm 1 The Philakalians s K Kappa Kappa Tau X .1 ,rj mi y Entertainment Committee T Art Editor Of GARGOYLE "All I want is my Bill." .loan Elizabeth Livingstone C' 'i"F'i- Qt 95' xuiiilt ff 1688, V 'fl L V1 - E- - v 1 'fJoanie". 1 . me "'v+': Aw' 1 A 'x 2 wit Page thirty-Se U67l Sb SP" LRNE O Betty Ann Luby Josephine lVlauArlI1ur Page thirty-eight TROY, N. Y. VASSAR FOUR YEARS President of Freshman Class Paint and Patches Swimming Team Treasurer of junior Class Slocum Hall Council Business Manager of TRIANGLE Soccer Team Alpha Sigma Press Board Head of Day Girls Day Girl Council Student Council "Thz1f'x 110 a'rezmz." "Bets,' T 65Judy77 l TROY, N. Y. UNDECIDED ELEVEN YEARS Basketball Team Paint and Patches Alpha Sigma Twig Dress Committee War Council Glee Club Northfield Committee Soccer Team "Guess what?" HAGERSTOWN, MD. WELLESLEY FOUR YEARS Glec Club Athletic Association Council Captain of Soccer Team Varsity Basketball Team Paint and Patches Head of Sage Hall Choir Kappa Kappa Tau Vice-president of Junior Class President of Student Government "Mum's the word." U Mack ,Margery Mack Nlary Joan Nlartin csMarty9s GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. VASSAR Two YEARS TOWER Staff Dress Committee Mask and Dirk "lVlay do we have fo 110 lf9af?', kv Page thirty-'wine Ann lane McCaffrey Barbara .lean Nlclllelland Page forty SCARSDALE, N. Y. SWEET Bama Two YEARS Secretary of War Council Photographic Editor of GARGOYLE Soccer Team Mask and Dirk Discorders Flower Committee "jf l'aime!" "Aunt Jane" aiu. Barb SCARSDALE, N. Y. SMITH Two YEARS Assistant Editor of Press Board School Notes Editor of TRIANGLE Discorders Hockey Team Photographic Staff of GARGOYLE "Aw fellas-U SCARSDALE, N. Y. SMITH Two YEARS Soccer Team Riding Club Flower Committee Co-Head of Field Day President of Mask and Dirk Chapel Circle Head of Northfield Committee Filing Secretary of Press Board "Iwi ask mcg I'm Miss Loffs secretary' "Jane" Roy HOLYOKE, MASS. VASSAR Two YEARS Second Hockey Team Head of Dress Committee Mask and Dirk TRIANGLE Literary Board Clipping Secretary of Press Board "That's true-" lane Willits Mead Rosalie U'Brien Page forty-one Helen Edwards Utis Mary Louise Uxholm Page forty-lwo SCARSDALE, N. Y. MOUNT HoLYoKE Two YEARS Second Hockey Team Marshall in Revels "Come on, ferm- Helen GGOxy7! Esorus, N. Y. WELLESLEY ONE YEAR Head of War Council Second Hockey Team Accompanist for Hymn Singing Conservatory Recital "This is foeck-ish!" MONTCLAIR, N. J. STUDENT NURSE CADET CORPS Two YEARS Varsity Soccer Team The Philakalians "I go for that in a big wayf' Tootle "Jeanie" KALAMAZOO, MICH. MOUNT HOLYOKE Two YEARS Athletic Association Dramatic Association "Oh, go on!" Frances Phillips Jean Elizabeth Pomeroy Page forty-three Yi! sess fi E n k sick f i ' - H iiffw, ' 1, -fi 252-1- ft:fbx,fTiY.S5'E fi " Harriet Pond Janet Beindel Page forty-four SYRACUSE, N. Y. SMITH Two YEARS Press Board Assistant Business Manager of GARGOYLE Reporter for the TOWER Hockey Team "Q-wif ff." rerre srrr Q eeee E "Hattie" ' T saRandyss ESSEX FELLS, N. J. WELLESLEY Two YEARS Head of Sage Living Room Mask and Dirk Head of Press Board Soccer Team Secretary of Senior Class Discorders "You don't knowg you just d0n't know!" MIDLAND, MICH. SARAH LAWRENCE ONE YEAR The Philakalians Athletic Association "Ola, what a terrible day!,' "Joan" limi "Scotty" YONKERS, N. Y. SM ONE YEAR Second Hockey Team Director of "Women Who Wait" Choir "I'll never forget-" ITH Joan Pieinhart P-uth Emily Scott Llififl. J' ' "-f- 1 ff.,,fm,q ff ef, Q! . 1 ,L -14 4,4,,, K, 7' fyw. fm H I1 V1-f , ,M , I fl! HY' Inf, IFJ: ,slr-X Page forty-five Barbara Mary Seaman Jean Shaw Page forty-six TROY, N. Y. RUSSELL SAGE THREE YEARS Glee Club Hockey Team Twig Alpha Sigma Homeroom Committee 'toll' Dl'tlT.',, ssB0bbyss "Shaw" NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. SMITH FOUR YEARS Hockey Team Sports Representative on A.A. Social Committee Varsity Soccer Team Varsity Basketball Team Captain of Soccer Team Sports Reporter for TOWER Dress Committee Alumnae Notes Editor of TRIANGLE 'fB1fp-bzipv WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. MOUNT HOLYOKE ONE YEAR Hockey Team Athletic Association "P1dde1f pop." "Shelley" I Sipeggyw SCARSDALE, N. Y. DUKE ONE YEAR "Women Who Wait" Choir "Oh, di1fi1ze!', June Shelley Margaret Smith f -f :MW ME., 1,25 , J Page forty-seven Jeanette Soulis Mildred Grave Sulltllvvnrtll Page forty-eight BIRMINGHAM: MICH. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT THREE YEARS Paint and Patches Glec Club Secretary of Junior Class Junior Head of Riding Librarian of Choir Entertainment Committee Hockey Team "Oli, pl011."' . . 1 "Snulie" Grace TROY, N. Y. RUSSELL SAGE ONE YEAR Alpha Sigma Athletic Association "Glory bc'."' Q a , x: Nr .1 I 1, gf' 1 s - . .1 M," ,' ' . ' " "1 W '- l. r -1' v fy l : a' x', I -' xv: 1 8 i v-' ' ' of ' ' V .x' '4 "1 r- '.' -v .-' -.T - . ' A,-',' , -A -1' J cf AW ' 2. ff 'Y' :Q A 5' -JLUNK1-i3?NN6c1L,xPA,." j ,,"QBBRL'INv vi' "r ' '. I .. A I s I- f- 'Nyc' " vi gl 1o'NE4yiAfl-f ' hp.' 1 Q A s - .A ' ' , -f .5 JNX4 . 0 R, 'A r f 5, . Sflfmonx' gf' ig, 2 E," f"J,fi,:' ids' Chdpelgxrele, 1 ' f QQ ' "4 1 I R -1 'af -It 'I ui, ' 4 'P -, N"'er ' Y, ' ' - ' . F ' an A J- Npgibflv-11-kfb-a-N-giprc-k! "' -CAE,"-' A-v r 0 'k,:?'vx-'a l,. b .ivy x JY' As T., "4 5 QL. Q 1 v ' L.s' ', 'I -"W 1 IAF if in O "' 0 A s S5 79 Stevie i :K 1 , ' N W L E "StufHe" eg . K I W: Vkw- 2? 1. S W. f A ,.5u,,, I qt M PALM BEACH, FLA. STEPHENS ONE YEAR Social Committee Discorders re - 1 P, I just don t know. Betty Jane Stevens Cynthia Thomas Page forty-nine N T T CHICAGO, ILL. MICHIGAN ' Two YEARS Second Hockey Team Varsity Basketball Team Assistant Editor of GARGOYLE Class Editor of TOWER President of Campus Players Kappa Kappa Tau Discorders Entertainment Committee - "Dorff be bitter." Pony i Pauline Tll0lllllS0ll Virginia Tribhey it E I it "Ginnie af Y' ppfjjlg S ALQR Y. MICHIGAN pig 1 0 'Il J' if y5Xse5 tepwER ,H M0 3 J, 20dCy9JfeapIz1.ff' ' Je' fold J - fi wg ,ffl Q V J? 'ill mall Page fifty URBANA, ILL. ONE YEAR Homeroom Committee "I a'idn't really mean SYRACUSE, N. Y. Two YEARS Varsity Basketball Team Soccer Team Social Committee Homeroom Committee Chapel Circle Northfield Committee Dress Committee "You, kill me!" RADCLIFFE itffl "Russia" "Tuttle" SMITH , - . K wel, l A .. Juliette Triitzinsky Sally Tuttle Page fifty-one TROY, N. Y. SYRACUSE TWELVE YEARS Hockey Team Alpha Sigma The Philakalians "Really P" "Mischa" Marcia Vanlfiluuster Margaret Weiskntten Margie SYRACUSE, N. Y. SYRACUSE FIVE YEARS Hockey Team Glee Club Flower Committee "Hey, Dot--" Page fifty-two TROY, N. Y. PINE MANOR FOUR YEARS Glee Club Basketball Team Soccer Team Sports Representative on A.A. Alpha Sigma Dress Committee HD011,f fo1'gef!', "Nicki" "Brucie" PORTSMOUTH, OHIO THREE YEARS The Philakalians A Lady in Revels "Well I just wanted to wear it!" ,ff R- Nanuy Anne Wells Ann Bruce Whitaker Page fifty-three AMSTERDAM, N. Y. MOUNT HOLYOKE THREE YEARS Elizabeth White Anne Williams Page fifty-fam" Vice-president of Paint and Patches President of Junior Class War Chest Committee Choir Glee Club Hockey Team Head of Kellas Hall "lVell Iefs fry." SiIJiz,, Wllllams WHITINSVILLE, MAss. MICHIGAN FOUR YEARS Vice-president of Sophomore Class Hockey Team Mask and Dirk Social Committee "Ola rleab-U WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. CONNECTICUT ONE YEAR Entertainment Committee Choir "Gritfinlzs ketznls!', "Enie" I Smeg MI, .f W, A V ,f If if ' - , INR, L,.' M 551. I 'Wffilifi Enid Williford 65.1099 K TROY, N. Y. RUSSELL SAGE SIX YEARS Art Board of TRIANGLE Press Board President of Philakalians Hockey Team Glee Club Alpha Sigma "Ola, my good ness." Joanne Margaret Woodhouse Q, Page fifty-five if -, I-. 52-'flip Elizabeth Ann Wright .lane Wright Page fifty-six SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH VAssAn CNE YEAR Dress Committee Homeroom Committee Choir TRIANGLE Board Entertainment Committee "Hi Ja!" GlLiZ79 "Janie" ROCHESTER, N. Y. NWHEELOCK SCHOOL FOUR YEARS Glee Club Soccer Team Dress Committee Secretary of Choir l "Yea a-ub-hub!" GLASS SUNG This song We sing together now may be our lastg Though to the future looking we keep in mind the past. With confidence we turn to new and untried Ways, Knowing, Emma Willard, that We owe you grateful praise. Gray towers we'll remember, and sun on ivied Walls, And youthful happiness that rings through all your halls. The plays and games we joined in, the feasts in dark of night, Are cherished memories that in our hearts are bright. Farewell, oh, Emma Willard, for from you we must gog Your gifts to us have been the best you may bestow. We Wish for them who here in later time may dwell- Schooldays as glad as oursg beloved school, farewell! Words by ANNE WILLIAMS Music by JEANETTE SOULIS Page fifty-seven F 3 1.11 1 1 . 2 V, w. 1' .. . J'-' 1 ,1 1 'lim' 1, .X 1. 4 Agl' .-5 1 1 ,iz ' M ,., vp W' 1' 1 ,11 . U 1 X 47 1, ,111 E 1 , 1-'Q Q E. 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' 1 ' ' GV- M-15.1 X' 3' :1Yl"': ' X -1 1' 1- 1 S' ' 14,1-i"'.. , 41 - " - '14 '1 1' 111 W1 121 ., 'Q , U , 1116! ,i -1-fm ' 1511 '111gi",gq1 -Ln' M1511 13:.QQM'i13' ' ' 1115 11 1, 'M -1,",ff4g, 1 , 'Q.3'1!t- V5 I, 1 51' ,-111111.13'i1Mu.,1l'11 1 1 1 N ,1 11, b11,.Q,-1 N J111b,N. ,1MM,:1M1.1 -1p1w1,:,Q1 31 'z'YT!',. -Q t ' 1 V '.- 1, 1 1 if '- ' '1"?e, 1211 V ' '1e'ATi:1fW-'1 A 1" ' 1 ' 11 'E-'1,.gff'p ff' ' " . -1 1 1 '13f':1' Y X . 1 i, "W1E1',f Q'-71? 1 y J 1, rf Y 11 A ,111 L' 2 ,F A V ww 1 Q 1 1 1 1.1 ' 1.1, 111 1 '1 UNDEPICLASSMEN -4 . .S I.i'fl' fu Vigbl: M. liraver, R. Kemp, P. Albuquerque, P. BUl'j.ZL'SS, l. Cfopp. M. Kim-lur, M. lleisler, C. Hawley, Xl. Craig. C. llefllond, l'. Craib. Xl. livresfnid, 17. Aralielian. C. Cilltrry. ll. Doolittle. N. Frederick. S. lrancis, Nl. L. Curtis, S. logg, S, -Iohnson, lf. Benson, V, Koos, Ci. Krauss, IS. Puller, G. Boswell, P. C'all.nhan. li. ltle, M. Belcher, IS. XVeildell, M. Gilpin, S. Cllapp IU Illlit Dear juniors: This has certainly been an eventful year for us. First there was the Old Girl- New Girl party where everyone met everyone else. Later, the seniors gave us a super party, and when they left early, we were sure they were going to have their feast. QThey didn't!j The party we gave the seniors is memorable for two ufirstsv-the initiation of the new vic- Pnqc sixlyf trola and Mike's first appearance, singing "Stormy Weatheix' It would be hard to forget our "best" week-end. Cn Friday, we presented Irf- fI'1'Sl'UL'llf'l'7'1lt7, for the benefit of the Red Cross. WT felt repaid for all the planning and rehearsing when the final night ar- rived. The stage sets, designed and exe- cuted by Anne Summers and her com- mittee, were fully appreciated by the audience. and Ann Schoonmaker's crew set an all-time record for rapid changes .t ' f 5 L I . - .tru f Y Lrfl In rigfrl: M. Wheeler. S. Sheary, li. Skinner, M. Rood, R. W'ieler, ll. O'Connell, G. Martin, V. Voorhees, M. Smith. Xi. Reinhart. P. Trainer, B. Schmid, A. Summers. Nl. Newton, F. Townsend. Al. Nagle, Scheinler, K. Royal, A. Patterson, B. Moore, M. A. Nyoolverlon, D. Townley, Rourke, M. l.. Matthews, I". Smith, Perry, B. Schwcppe, ll. Scliwarl, .l. I.asl4ey. N01 l1ir'luri'zf: M. Barrett, B. Gleason, R, Harvie, A. Noble, Overlock. A. Selmonmakt-r, M. Seidler. of scenery. After the play the whole class joined in a bang-up party, and on Sat- urday night we had the junior Feast. ffhank you for your kind instructions, Soulielj Who will ever forget the dances with boys from R.P.I. and the Hoosac School? Placid Week-eiid, noted for its fun and winter sports, lived up to all expecta- tions. If the walls in Sage could record the things welll remember this year, they would certainly include the evenings when we've enjoyed hearing Nancy, Carol and June playing before dinner, our pride in having a Junior Table, Betty swooning to "Oh, Frankee-", Mrs. Lytle keeping track of her family of juniors, and the charge of the Junior Brigade for apples, on Wediiesday nights. Yes, it's been an eventful year, and under the leadership of Betty Fuller, Gloria Martin and the other officers, 1945 should be the best of all! Until next year, EMMA WILLARD, JR. Page siffy one .'UI"HU UHES The Sophomore Class started the year in full swing. We took up residence in Kellas Hall to live for the first time with our sister class, the seniors. Our class project this year was a pro- gram to promote the sale of war bonds. It was a presentation of living posters, under the direction of Kiki Thom. In the Field Day competitions we emerged victorious and received as a prize a panda, which we christened "Sockey". The New Girl-Old Girl party brought to light a variety of talents with which our classmates have entertained us. Panny Smith, Virginia Fitzgerald and Sara Gill have led the class ablyg and with the guidance of Mrs. Langdon, our new housemother, and Miss MeKeon, our fac- ulty adviser, we have had a very happy and successful year. First rout KI. Leslie, N. llreher, B. Zerhey. P. Smith, B. Ifvans. J. Morrissey. -I. Dixon, V. Fitvgerald. Simml 11111: A. Devereaux, li. Hewson, B. lleister. A. Rudolph, N. Bryce. lf. Kevnedv, N. Nlercanton, I. Colwell, il. Spain, Tbiril muh V. Cfalhoun, M. L. Cfoughlin, 17. Harvie, M. lfuan, R. Martin, N. llarmon, S. Gill J. Pyle, N. Pattison, S. Shove. Follrllv row: li. Alunker, G. Houstoin, C. Waltoim, li. Flag?-It IX. It-rome, Q l l V I ll. Hall, . . "ar CIOH. fN0ffir'fl1r1'1f: C. Cluett, il. lfckenrode. P. Cahill, D. llnsford, lla. Patterson, Sykes. C. Thom, Q. Truesdell. ww 'Marr IJVUIIIL mug lfff in rliqhf: N. Manning, A. Taylor, O. Pattison, P. Logan. P, Xxvl1ilClllll"wl, S. Howard. M. S. Rollins, L. Packer. Srroml row: l.. Geffen, S. Ilornheek, .l'. Clapp, R. Beiermcister, S. Alspnch, il. Sidliord, H. Sprague, D. Blake. K. Van Der W'erkt-n. Tfrirff row: -I. von der Golll, lj. Alerome, M. Baker. M. L. Quailc. xl. lfnton, F. lningtlon, l'. von der Lilllll, A. Hasse, Y. DuNlont. No! l1u'f14ri'J: N. Uxholm, Schweizer. .FRESH MEN September found the class of '47 with fifteen new, very confused boarders. For- tunately most of the day girls were here last year and so with their help we quick- ly became acquainted and felt at home in the school. Our first class officers were Polly Logan, Pat XVhitehurst and Ann Taylor. The freshmen and sophomores contributed to the Christmas program by presenting the play, Holy Nigbl. After Christmas vacation we elected nzw oiiicers, Shirley Hornbeck, Ruth Beiermeister and Lucille Packer. During this semester our social calendar was very gay. Valentine's Day was celebrated with a party given by the freshmen boarders for the day girls. At Easter, the day girls entertained with a clever program and delicious refreshments. Everyone had lots of fun at the party the sophomores gave us. Now we look forward to our sopho- more year with its new opportunities. Page si.:-fy fluez 2,1 Rf ., ., .4- W L . 1 . ..Q. . gf 5 ,I ,,,-Q, , af Vw . w gy V 1,6 vii: .gm 'QQ la .51 , y. 4.55 . N ,V Q.. W k ,mf f'! X , g12.n"EH" ' S . mf I L , .mn w lr. . ,f .I ,QPHT-7 mfmu' ,,1. gal ' ' ,y ,,L'5'l:yx fu .np L Il 'Us K, .rx w iv' I us HV' 'r , A V-fvwu 'ff 2' 'E-.fm-a5"A ' '- x 'r AN' ,I 1 , , H w 3 , Q2 " ,1 1 v 4 V k I , . fi' I , ff' " ,Z , ' 'M ff? w I 6" 41- G, fvlvl -EMM V, W ,,.+:'.-swimaeg'f,'.fi4'12-WI, ,, mfs N 1 -, ,, ,- .- YU fn M-jwfyu-Am , ifqjw-yu 9 ,f -Q, . 1 il, Y: i' .Q , . A 'c.. 'v was wg! fn ,.g Tw., ' .1-.JH . , V . Ja ,,, G A..,mznJ h '9fi".2' .gr A -' .fy 'ifkgis gui, wmilm Y . NE 1 ' A, A r f , A nv, , ' ,:f ' li? In Cy , VA ,lf 3, , ., I, w..,.,,, .. X 'V Q - , , ww' R E yr- ' M, M ,M ' -'fm-ng, A L A 1 W, -1" r 5": Q mf w xp, ACTIVITIES "Fore" Saves the Day Nice Try, Juniors- Hc-e-y, Look Behind You, Gals! ! 'N-. 'Ulm Frfmi row: Jeanne Dixon, Joan Livingstone, Mary K. Harmon fcaptainj, Josephine Hastings, Diane Harvie. SCTOIIKII row: can Shaw, Marver Mack, Miss Simons coach , Ann 'enette Groton Bett o 5 v Y Evans. SPUHTS REVIEW Blue-clad figures running the length of the hockey and soccer fields announced the arrival of fall sports. Gther groups were seen migrating to the tennis courts, archery targets and riding ring. As our annual Field Day loomed over the hori- zon, the respective teams began to prac- tice just a little harder for the big event. When the day arrived, the Green and Purple clashed again, with the seniors and sophomores emerging victorious. As Fall gave way to Qld Man Winter, basketball and swimming assumed the sports limelight. The riding enthusiasts retired to the indoor ring, and the tennis stars took up ping pong and badminton. Our hockey and basketball teams took part in Play Days at the Albany Girls' Academy and Lansingburgh High School. A resume of the winter sports program would hardly be complete with- out mention of "Rhythms", E.W.'s ver- sion of commando tactics. Lake Placid week-end was this season's highlight for snow experts and novices alike. And so on to spring. There were the usual favorites - tennis, softball and archery and that peculiarly Emma Wil- lard sport, "Running-around-the-trian- glen, or glorified track. We thoroughly recommend it for those interested in im- proving the waistline. June Day practice and june Day itself wound up the year in a photo-finish. Page sixfy-seven t Page sixty-eight Match Point. Over the Top! This Looks Like L1 Blue in thc Coming Horse Show- FIELIJ DAY The Green and the Purple, The fifth with a circle, The teachers wearing ribbons And the crowds going wild. They all mean it's Field Day, Done up in a big Way- So seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen, Come on let's smile. 3 Then the memorable ban- quet-With orntion, decora- tion :md syneopation for all! "Drink 'er downlu Get that harmony- Pnge sirfy-nine 1 ..- ---- Froul row: Polly Logan, Anngenette Groton, Priscilla Burgess. Srconfl' row: Janet Reindel, Ellen Jane lngraham. Rosalie O'Brien, Betty Ann Luby, Margery Mack, President, Marion Frazer, Elizabeth W'hite. SfllIIflil14QI Judith Brown, Josephine Hastings. STUDENT COUNCIL Every Tuesday afternoon throughout the year and at various other times when vital problems have arisen, the Student Council has gathered around the council table in Miss Wellington's suite. Here, under the able leadership of our presi- dent, Margery Mack, and with the en- couragement and assistance of our head- mistresses, the representatives of the stu- dent body have attempted to guide and direct our life at Emma Willard School. The Council has worked untiringly to achieve harmony and cooperation. Page sewwiy Through the Council we have been given numerous opportunities to shoul- der responsibility, and through this mini- ature democracy at Emma Willtlrd, to prepare to take our place as citizens and leaders in a larger democracy. The Coun- cil has endeavored to maintain a high standard of honor and integrity, to up- hold the ideals and traditions of our school, and to exemplify these ideals in the lives of its members. To the Council we are indebted for a rich and happy year -one which will be cherished by every senior and on which underclassmen may be proud to build. Srafwf, left fo rigbf: Har- mony Frey, Polly Logan, Judith Brown, Ellen -lane Ingraham, Harriet I'-Iarvie, Carol DeMond, Sara Gill, Jane Johnson, V v 1' " , rt ' w ' Betsy Gleason. Sfumling: Barbara Bowen. ,lean Blanche, Ruth junlier, Barbara Cook. Dorothy Lane. Priscilla Burgess, Marion Frazer. Alice Forstall, Cynthia Brophy, Josephine Hast- ings. THE UHUIIE Tryouts for membership in the Choir were open this year to all Classes. We now have two choirs, one seated in the bal- cony, the other on the main floor of the Chapel. We have greatly enjoyed the anti- phonal singing made possible by this ar- rangement, and feel it has added beauty to our church service. , . 5 Q ' f t fa X iv I , S A 9 . On Thanksgiving Day, hard Work was rewarded by the opportunity of singing at the First Baptist Church in Troy. The Choir was represented in Revels by the soloists and the Angel and Magi Choirs. We are grateful to Mr. Pickering and Miss Prince for their direction, to the able seniors who have helped with solos in church and Revels, and to Sara Gill, for singing the Nativity Lullaby. Mack. Schoonmaker St'dfl'f1, lvfl lo rlfbf can ette Soulis, Bttty Stt vens, Iinid Willi ord Elizabeth Wfright :inc Wriglit, Anne Dtsti eaux, Peggy Albuquel que, Ann Rudolph Ruth Emily Scott, NI1rs.,eri """ Slmzding: liritha von du Goltz, Harriet Sprlgue Sally Truesdell Ioy von der Goltz, Ch lrlotlc Cherry, Peggy Smith Margaret Rood F1 mens Townsend, M irq lrt t Newton, lil 1 1 bt Wfhite, Marv Alle W'oolvert in Ann TRIANGLE Our literary magazine is the cause of continuous activity on campus even though most of us realize it only when one of its three issues makes an appearance to absorb us for days. Members of the various TRIANGLE boards are fre- quently seen interviewing anyone from neighboring orphans to our young male pupils, sketching the campus for frontis- pieces, feverishly writing official-looking letters to businessmen, or accosting dis- turbed students with the command to "Writc." This year the TRIANGLE again won hrst place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference. We're sure that the incoming board will retain this honor for the TRIANGLE and we wish them success! UAIIUUYLE Groups of curious seniors fas well as a few underclassmenj who have been peek- ing through the keyhole of Room M in the hope of getting a sneak preview of the GARGOYLE have been amazed to discern only the backs of Janie, joan, and other harried-looking editors frantically pasting pictures on pieces of paper. This no doubt accounts for the rumor that the GARGOYLE staff has resorted to play- ing with paper dolls. But now it can be told-cutting and pasting are but two of the many arts to be mastered in the pub- Iishing of a yearbook. Weeks of plan- ning, photographing, and writing have gone into its make-up, but it has been more than worth it. GARGUYLIY BOARD Ilarriet Pond. Iiarbara Nic- Clellantl, Polly Iliompsun, ,Ioan Ilrukktr. .lane Inlin- Son lltditorj, -Ioan Lix- ingxlonu, slean Iiuit-rmeisler, .lane McCaffrey. eieaux. II. Iluwen IILIII Shaw. TRIANGLE BOARD Iifllllf Voir: IS. MsC L ing R. Wieler, Ii, Wri 1 Iflagg. Sheary, A Du Si'inl1ifro1c:AI. I iviiigsio t irien, il. Iiro vs n XX Holliday- A. Suinn L s .uhy, Wfooillioust ulfvd: M. K. Harmon, A. Sifimling: V. Fitzgerald, A. Goodspeed, NV. Holliday, j. Drukker, V. Tribbey, P. Tlmompson. llevereaux, li. W'eddell, il. Martin, P. Smith. C. Dex- ter, C. Cherry, -I. Shaw, N. Benton, V. Voorhees, MacArthur, li. Zurbey. R. XVielcr, S. Sheary, 15. Wfeddell, B. Skinner, II. Mead, -I. Nwocidlioiise, J. Reindel Qlleadj, R. O'Britn, H. Pond, B. McClelland, M. Ruud, B. Garrison. PRESS BU!-XRD Through the Work of the Press Board the name of Emma Willard School has been printed in the local journals from Salt Lake City to Boston, to say nothing of the Troy Remra'. Janet capably heads the board with Barbara as assistant head, Jane to keep the Hles up-to-date, and Rosalie as clipping secretary. Guided by Miss Marx, the members of the Press Board use events at school as practice ma- terial in learning the specialized skill of news writing. THE TUWEH The TOWEIK is the youngest and most independent of our student publications, having been started last year by a group of juniors and seniors who felt the need of a school paper that would give an in- formal picture of the latest campus news. Its issues never fail to appear at the most unexpected times. We may read articles on anything from the Art Club to our roommate's exciting week-end. Joan Drukker and Winlcie Holliday share the honors as chief editors. Page sm'm1.by-fhl 16' HEVELS The last of the Morris dancers skipped out of the Assembly Hall. There Wasn't time then to realize that our Christmas Revels were over. Our parents were waiting in the library and we had those last-minute things to pack before leaving in the morning. Not until We were actually home did we realize that the long-awaited night was now a memory rather than an anticipation. Wfe had beheld Revels as underclassmen and taken part in it as seniors and now we would see it from the audience as alumnae. In looking back, none of us shall forget the Nativity Scene, Anne's beauty as the Star, or Kiggie's and Randy's regal portrayal of the Lord and Lady of the Manor. joy with her beautiful voice made an unforgettable Herald and Speedie was the perfect .Iester with her mischievous pranks and nimble capers. Always a delight, the Mummers were especially entertaining this year. These are the notable things we shall remember. Rise Dcld 'Vim' "The Mummerslu "Aye, Siref' "Behold ll sight to gladden the eyes of all folk with stout hurts ,ind CJQCI' Appetite." Mingled with these memories are the smaller incidents that stand out in retro- spect-how proud we felt to he represented by Souhe, Joy and lirucie, Lis Ll Lady, in the Revels cast lust year, and how excited we were this year the day Miss Main- Chester announced the partsg how baffled the Morris dancers were at first by the ditiicult stepsg and how anxious we were for fear the Sprite would forget to say, "Aye, Sire." Yes, these are the things that make Revels so cherished n memory. "Pop! Goes the XVe.ise1." sv ' HUNURS There are three high honors to which Emma Willard girls aspire-the E. W. award for distinguished citizenship, elec- tion to the Cum Laude Society for high scholastic attainment, and to Pen and Ink, honorary literary society. Of these three awards, the ITIOSI covet- ed is the E. W. It is given to the girls whose distinguished citizenship has been demonstrated by their cooperation in up- holding and supporting school standards and activities, their positive contribution in character, personality, and leadership, and by adequate scholarship. After a vote of the senior class, the girls chosen by a committee of faculty and students to receive the award this year are, reading from left to right: Mary K. Harmon, Mar- gery Mack, Janet Reindel, Alice Forstall, Anngenette Groton, Elizabeth W'hite and Betty Ann Luby. The students who, for the high scholar'- PEN AND INK ship they have consistently maintained during the junior and senior years, were elected to the Emma Willard chapter of Cum Laude Society are, first row: Jose- phine Hastings, Winston Holliday, Anne Williams, Barbara McClelland. Second row: Ellen Jane Ingraham, Joan Drukker, Jean Beiermeister, Barbara Bowen, Rosa- lie O'Brien, Janet Reindel. Third row: Margaret Knight, Judith Brown, Mary Louise Oxholm, Harriet Harvie. Election to Pen and Ink Society is an honor awarded for literary proficiency, creative endeavor, enthusiasm, and de-- pendability in the work of all departments of our school publications, the Triangle, Press Board and Gargoyle. The girls who have won that honor this year are, first row: Polly Thompson, Rosalie O'Brien, jean Beiermeister, Jane Mead, Barbara Cook, Betty Luby, Winston Holliday. Second row: joan Livingstone, Barbara McClelland, janet Reindel, Barbara Bow- en, Jane Johnson, and Jane McCaffrey. CUM LAUDE GRAD UATIU ' Graduation marks the end of our high school days. It is not merely a week-end of events, but rather, a senior state of be- ing which begins the first week-end in June with our final Assembly. On this occasion We watch our talented and out- standing classmates receive their awards, and E. J. passes on the flame of know- ledge to the juniors. ln the afternoon, the Playday events assume an athletic as- pect as the awards of the Physical Educa- tion Department are presented and E. performs another traditional ceremony, the planting of the ivy. Abandoning all Inge' swezify-vz'g11t traces of senior dignity, we roll hoops and jump rope on the triangle, and with in- formality still prevailing, we assemble at the "old teahouseu for a picnic supper. The following night brings the senior din- ner with the traditional speculation by undcrclassmen as to "what goes on be- hind those locked doorsvl On Sunday Baccalaureate brings nearer the seriousness of Commencement and inspires us to tackle our exams with determination. During the next days thoughts of gradua- tion are temporarily overshadowed by equations, Shakespeare-and Muzzey, but by Saturday textbooks are completely for- gotten. Cn Saturday afternoon the familiar strains of Pomp and CiYClI77l5fd11C6 mark the beginning of June Day with its color- ful scenes of marching and maypole danc- ing, and the unforgettable moment of the crowning of the June Queen. At night, First Lady, the long-awaited senior play, is presented. Sunday marks the climax of all preced- ing events. Walking in a slow procession to the Playhouse, memories of the past four years seem to pass in review, but as we receive our diplomas, our thoughts turn toward the future and our responsi- bilities in a world at war. Page seventy-mue STATISTICS HANDLE LUGILE ADAMS BARBARA BALZ BETTY JANE BOUDREAU JEAN BEIERMEISTER JEAN BLANCKE BARBARA BOWEN CYNTHIA BROPHY JUDY BROWN CORNELIA BUCK PAT CARROLL PAULA COLWELL BARBARA COOK ALICE CRAWFORD JOAN DRURRER LYN DEXTER PAT DURLING ALICE FORSTALL HARMONY FREY ANNE GOODSPEED JOY GREY ANNGIE GROTON JANE GALE BETSY GARRISON MARY K. HARMON HARRIET HARVIE Jo HASTINGS JEANNE HAYES WINKIE HOLLIDAY MIGRIE HORAN JANE HUBBELL RUTH HYNDS E. J. INGRAHAM DOROTHY JOHNSON JANE JOHNSON JANE KENDALL MARY K. KIGGINS PEGGY KNIGHT Page eighty TRADE MARK first in the alphabet daily letter curly bangs her laugh ' her scales genius animation typical New Englander height a confidante feather cut a reformer the best sweaters friendly Toledo all-American girl long arms agile wisecracks contagious double jointed Hngers chatterbox those little sayings healthy her laugh sense of humor chic hats rosy cheeks curly hair her brown eyes a humdinger her Navy jacket a slave driver Miss Jane fThe Beautiful Blondej always late just being herself WHERE FOUND with Miss Hogben at her desk just wandering organizing something making faces Bennington in a frenzy straightening that room? the library looking for the mail strolling with Nicki on a soap box eating bananas on the telephone visiting in a book laughing joking on the go at the typewriter hearing the 2 A. M. express talking in a crisis discording with her homework done Kellas 2 3 2 tea house ea ting taking a hike in that CAR in a dither on the wing with her "Valise" cliff-dwelling anywhere but gym telling tall tales knitting BESETTING SIN sweater for papa being gullible current events her eyes her room men her room Mexican peanuts her imitation her glasses arguing her orphans Irish blue eyes pi gtails dark nail polish facial expressions energy jimmy Stewart dieting trying to gain weight her tan losing things Syracuse athletics living in an ice-box that short coat new convertible Arizona her smile practical jokes twisting hair on finger her impulses THEME SONG "I'll Be Around" "Kalamazoo" "Sweeter Than The Sweetest" "I Got The Blues" "You're A Little Sweetheart" "Music Maestro Please" "You Ought To Be In Picturesl' Qtechnicolorj "Massachusetts" "You're The Top" "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" "Why Don't We Do This More Often?" "Do N othin' Till You Hear From Me" "I Love You" "Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" "Give My Regards To Broadway" "Oh, How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning" "Moonlight Becomes Youv "Pass The Biscuits, Mirandyv "A Little Bit Independent" "You Couldn't Be Cuter" "Oh My Goodness, Oh My Soul" "Paper Doll" "What I s This Thing Called Love" "Song Of The Islands" "The Farmer In The Dell" "Army Grey" "Jeanie With The Light Brown H air' ' "Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie" "I Ainit Got N obody" "Over Hill, Over Dale" "My Resistance Is Low" "You'd Be So Easy To Love" laughing "No Love, N 0 N othin"' worrying "I Didnit Know What Time It Was" her legs "Devil May Care" enthusiasm for fish and "Where Was I?" Laurence Olivier her smile "Strictly Instrumental" TO BE OR NOT TO BE smashing atoms fAdamsj is there any doubt? precision timer for R.C.A. a co-ed street cleaner farmer Mr. Milquetoast current events editor of "Time" see college directory Brenda Frazier, 2nd that's the question psychologist myself life member of Lake Placid Club manicurist a missionary good-humor man a quiz kid Fred Astaire's new partner scriptwriter for Bob Hope bald a lawyer navy wife full? All-American tackle Dinah Shore best seller author foreign correspondent 6-day bike rider a lady calm, cool and collected Joanie's sister a choir singer a plumber a divorcee ski champ organ grinder Page eighty one HANDLE DOT LANE JOAN LIvINGsTONE BETTY LUBY JUDY MACARTHUR MARGERY MACK JOAN MARTIN JANE MCCAFFREY BARBARA MCCLELLAND JANE MEAD ROSALIE O,BRIEN HELEN OT1s MARY LOU OXHOLM TOOTIE PHILLIPS JEAN POM EROY HARRIET POND JANET REINDEL JOAN REINHART BARBARA SEAMAN RUTH EMILY SCOTT JEAN SHAW JUNE S1-IELLEY PEGGY SMITH BETTY STEVENS JEANETTE SOULIS GRACE SOUTHWORTH CYNTHIA THOMAS POLLY THOMPSON VIRGINIA TRIBBEY JULIETTE TRJITZINSKY SALLY TUTTLE MARCIA VAN KLOOSTER MARGARET WEISKOTTEN NANCY WELLS ANN WHITAKER ELIZABETH WHITE ANNE WILLIAMS ENID WILLIFORD JOANNE WOODHOUSE ELIZABETH WRIGHT JANE WRIGHT Page eighty-two TRADE MARK fickle art editor fpluralj that red and green co blue kerchief indispensible smooth but curvy hysterical busy Carnival Queen that O'Brien chortle inconspicuous quiet remarks dancing cynicism petite gracious giamoor sincerity smile peaches and cream co chatty enthusiastic red raincoat originality -I- red ski suit absence ace subtlety The Mad Russian congenial her stride vague her hair sophisticated sincere ZCCCHU curly top Hi-Y pin that surprised look energy at mplexion WHERE FOUND looking for her tunic anywhere-everywhere rushing through the- pushing up her sleeves at meetings in clothes in the inkwell in a fog expounding exercising at 9: 15 P. M. in her room taking attendance Friday nights in the closet in her green coat around and about where she's needed out walking smiling delivering mail lfNiCk,s,, tying flies talking about Scarsdale Conservatory composing songs, or otherwise with Judy Infirmary relaxed we're still looking rushin, playing bridge munching an apple ripping out her knitting in the tea house in the bath tub playing bridge studying with Jane sketching in class airing her room crooning BESETTING SIN mail fmalej her pin-up boy off key singing fantastic ideas energy mascara truth hair brothers Head Of Dress starting tea fad war Work baths her dog yen for black hair that angelic look long hair wearing patriotic bobby pins tales about Yonkers lights out-bell White Plains High School short skirts twin brother peroxide her squeaky shoes Florida poetry that pained look that purple sweater those white gloves looking skeptical blind dates? being late her fingernails blue eyes German being an aunt her bangs Stockton, California that walk THEME SONG Censored "He's My Guyv "Tea For Two" "My I deal" "Why Donit You Do Right?,' "The K. P. Serenade" "Mad About The Boy" "The Dreamer" "Life Is just A Bowl Of Cherries" "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" Lovely To Look. Ati' Any Bonds Today" "Bewitched, Bothered, And ff ff Bewildered" "Oh, How I Wish Again, I was In Michigan" "Everything Happens To Me" "Rememher?" "Embraceable Youv "If You Were The Only Girl In The World" "I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze" "You Must Have' Been A Beautiful Baby" "Breathless" "Can't Get Out Of This Mood" "Mr. Meadowlarkv "Let's Have Another Cup Of Cof- fee, And Let's Have Another Piece Of Pie" "My Buddy" "I've Got Rhythm" "Sophisticated Lad yn "5 Ft. 2, With Eyes Of Blue" "Russia Is Her Name" "Ain't Mishehavin' " "Slender, Tender and Tall" As Tiine Goes By" "You Walk Byi' "California, Here I Comei' U "I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last N ighti' Did You Ever See A Dream Walk- ing? "Subway Sadie" "Ting And Io" "You're A Snootie Little Cutie" "Say A Prayer For The Boys Over There" ff CP TO BE OR NOT TO BE Lonely Hearts editor Petty Still Looking Cadet Nurse a permanent resident Veronica Lake Barnum and Bailey vixen Einstein Rosie O'Brien and Susan Patrick merry-go-round manager Paderewski clairvoyant optimistic Sf 211 Queenie, the cutie bubble dancer somebodyis secretary plump hotel manager Hedda Hopper an actress our contribution to the Met mother of several blond children Annapolis ring bearer Madam La Zonga pill salesman 011 2 CFOSS country 1263111 Paul Henreicl's private secretary Secretary of Labor a second Rembrandt Florence Nightingale a torch singer debutante night watchman Gun Moll 3 0116 ITIRI1 WOIYIBH 3lTl3tCl.ll' a Vassar freshman 311 Opefa Still' Page eighty-three U ,LENIJAB SIfPTlfMBIiR ll-Council returns-makes preparations to Welcome us with open arms. I4-WK' arrive, a little gloomy, but full of anticipa- tiot1. IS-Our heztdmistresses make first appearance togeth- cr on platform in chapel. Telegranis from our predecessors read. I7-Big sister and little sister join in a rousing Vir- ginia reel in the Gym, the evening topped off by the year's Hrst snake dance. I8-At long last we sport those beautiful hunks of gold. There is more than one burnt linger as a result of our first experiment with sealing wax- just ask Toots. CP. S. That was the night of The Major and flue Minorj. 25-First leave! We almost forgot to come back. Class XY'ill read. How 'bout that, Shaw? OCTOBER 2 -The new girls display their talents in a smash hit. Ruth and Liz, watch those pillows! W'e hope Karl has recovered from the effects of hear- ing l'l.W.'s female Sinatra. S-We abandon our senior dignity and straggle down to- breakfast with hair parted in the middle. 9-The day girls have a super-colossal picnic for ll I4 I7 IR 20 22 28 us at the Country Club. janie tand we do mean johnsonj spends the afternoon playing hide-and- seek fwell, hide, anywayj. We return to school to be duly "sent" by "As- signment in Brittany". -The A's-D,s Qyouire Hrst again, Lucej step be- fore that intriguing cameraman as Senior pie- tures get underway. -Cynnie parts with her appendix. -We breathlessly await Mickey'5 return from her SPCCIJCLIIEI' W'CCk-Cfld -We take scholastic aptitude tests and suspect we HFC UIICI' I11Or0I'lb. -"Run, you three-legged milking stoolf, quote- unquote, Miss Appleby. --flinnie, Marty, and MeClell give the Navy's morale a lift lor was it vice versa?J. -Soulie, Stevie, and Shelley steal the show at the Hallowe'en Party as "Sunday, Monday, or Always". NOVl'ilVlBER 6-Field Day! The Seniors and Sophs do it again! 8 8-I3 I6 IX 28' 27 Proofs of Senior ictures are found under our . P . . pillows. We decide that Hollywood will just have to do without us. -Excitement runs high as Revels tryouts begin. -W'ordsworth, Keats, and Shelley turn over in their graves. -The iufirmary sees its busiest week in years. -We find that -Ioy is to be Heraldg Speedie, Jester, and so on down the list. we heartily approve. -Thanksgiving dinner! Mrs. Elliott outdocs her- self. .lane W'ritght tops us all with two dinners- fine thing! Margaret Whilker turns out to be a memorable "Surprise". -We enjoy a concert! Soulie and Pat seeemed to, too, but for obviously different reasons. You certainly looked interested, Soulie, but not in the concert. 28-Mr. Pickering gives us a few helpful pointers on how to open a milk bottle. DECEMBER 4-Slighlly Darlgrruux-wliicli she was. The cin- 6 I3 I4- Ii- ema certainly was a wonderful invention. -The conversation at Senior Table reaches a high level as Drukker and Tuttle indulge in a discus- sion of whether pink is really pink, and not blue. -Beanie and Cy become very decorative with their Xmas wreaths made of brushes. Anngie's still doubting their source. Revels! For a while there, it seemed doubtful the day would ever come. JANUARY S-A belated Happy New Year! The sheep return to the fold. 10-Kiggie finally makes it. lb -jane "wows" them all and returns, a Carnival Queen. "Pretty Coeds arrive bearing gifts for the S.S. Emma W'illard"-headline of the Eureka Sprink- lsr. 17-The school receives a gift of land from the Betts family. We discover its merits for walks and picnics. You skiers are in luck, too. 18-Toots introduces the Director of Admissions at Wells, Hey there, Toots, now what was her name? 22-R. P, I. puts in an appearance. We hope they enjoyed the steak and Puluz Bernfi Slorj' as much as we did. ZX-Lucile makes the perfect patient in Home Nurs- 30 il FEBRU ing. At least we found out she doesn't snorel -Liv. returns from Exeter. llow 'bout showin' us how to eurtsey, Liz? iEX1HUS, UI' l'lOVV to CRl'lIlLlSl Ul1C'i I'l'lCIllLll PUVVCI' in two short hours. ARY 4-7-Placid, here we come! lt seems that l'I.W, girls ll I2 14 18-21 22 25 made history elsewhere, as well. -Reds vs. Blues play a touch-and-go game of basketball. XY'ith at sudden spurt of energy the Reds crash through to victory. -We diseover we possess "suppressed desires", but after observing what they did to Mack, Harvie, and Kiggie, we decide to keep them suppressed. -Anniversaries and birthdays give Valentine's Day some stiff competition. M. "l love you in velvet, l love you in pu-lush" Ferrari makes his sensational visit. Those ciga- rettes were certainly potent. -We have a nnal fling at the teahouse before l,ent. -Instead of "man bites dog", it's "guard claws forward". just call her "Scarface" Groton. MARCH l-Rabbit-Rabbit. 3-The trunk room harbors a precious store as the Seniors pull a surprise attack. 4- uniors give tis a ri -roarinf wartv. NX'e had a t - is . super time even if' the effects of the night before were a little overpowering. S--The gals return from Northwood with strange 7 I0 li 50 31 APRIL 1 7 3 tales of losing suitcases, sub-zero weather, and having bus trouble. -The postman's burden assumes phenomenal pro- portions as Joy hears from eleven fans in the same mail. -Leflerx fo Lui'i'i'm' indicates new possibilities for dramatic productions. Again We approve, -We struggle through classes wearing pumps, laden with books, coats, purses, and numerous items we couldnlt squeeve into our suitcases. Come twelve o'elock and we're homeward bound. -Back again. Vfe hear reports on both the South- ern and Northern situations. New York City did all right for itself, too. -Mack and Randy are out for a big evening while last year's delegation lapses into reverie, -April Fool! Kiggie makes her traditional late entrance. -Envy rears its head as we hear about goings-on in Arizona. Sounds plenty okay and looks even better, Vfink. -A diamond appears! Tribbey furnishes plenty of excitement with her romantic afternoon. 9-We don our Easter finery and experience our ll Hrst attack of spring fever. -Gargoyle deadline! From here on in, we'll have to consult our memories, but we heartily recom- mend june tenth and eltventh-not that we think there's any possibility that they'll slip our minds. HUW THE GLASS VOTED Most respected .,...,.....A ....A.A...A........,Q.A.....,.,.. L IZ WHITE, E. J. INGRAHAM Done most for E.W. ,...,. ,,.... L IZ WHITE, MACK, E. J. INGRAHAM, MISS LOTT Done E.W. most ,...... ...........,.......,,.......,,4.....,.... R OY, R. G. B. ERSKINE Drag with faculty... A....A..,.,,.. HARRIET HARVIE, MACK Best athlete ........,.,.. ..,,, J O HASTINGS, MICKY HARMON Most original .,... .......,..... C Y BROPHY, JEANETTE SOULIS Best natured .,........,,...I...4, .....,.. A LICE FORSTALL, BEANIE BLANCKE Class Katharine Cornell II.4I ..4.... M ARY-KATHRYN KIGGINS, CY BROPHY Class Baby .,....,,.,..,...,,... ..,.,...I,...... J EAN SHAW, TOOTIE PHILLIPS Most naive .I.... .....4.....,.............,. B . J. BOUDREAU Class model .........,..... ...... J OY GREY, JOAN REINHART Most sophisticated ,..... ,,.........,.,.,.,....,.,,,.....,.....,,......,...,...... P OLLY THOMPSON Best line ........,,..,..... ....,, D OT LANE QWITH HELP FROM JOY, , NANCY WELLS First married ..,...............,..............,..,...,..,...... JOAN LIVINGSTONE, BARBARA BALZ fthe number of names suggested indicates a post-war problemj Best wife .,..,.. ....,,......,....... J OAN LIVINGSTONEQ ANY MEMBER OF CLASS OF '44 Class clown ..... ..,,...,....,...,...,.,......... J ANE MCCAFFREY, JEANETTE SOULIS Peppiest ....,.,..,. ..... J OY GREY AND ANNE GOODSPEED PLUS VITAMIN PILLS Biggest hlujer .,.,. .,,,. ........... J E AN SHAW, JULIETTE TRJITZINSKY Atlas ...,............ ......,........... B ARBARA COOK, CHARLES Our hope .,.,....,...,,,..,......,, ...., B A BOWEN, MARCIA VAN KLOOSTER What EW. needs most .,.,.,,.....,.,...... .............., M EN, COMFORTABLE CHAIRS Characteristic most typical o f '44 ,.....,...........,. FRUSTRATION, THAT HUNGRY LOOK Topic of conversation ......., MEN, MARRIAGE, AND MALNUTRITIONQ FARMING AND THE WEATHER, FOR THE RUGGED INDIVIDUALS Favorite period .,......,.....,............. END OF THE DIPLOMA, MR. RUBENDALL'S CLASS Favorite haunt ..,..... HUNTLEY,S, UNDER THE CLOCK, FRANKENSTEIN,S GRANDPA Favorite evening ......,..,.,.,...,.......,...,.,...,,.........,...,..,..,....,...........,.,..., JUNE 11, 1944 College choice .,............,....,....................,.,........... YALE, WHEREVER THEY TAKE US Favorite hoys' school. DEERFIELD, EXETER, COME NOW, WE,VE PASSED THAT STAGE Favorite service .........,............,........,..........,.,. 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