Emma Willard School - Gargoyle Yearbook (Troy, NY)

 - Class of 1954

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EMMA JANE DALTON For taking care of the thousands of details concerning our everyday life as a unified classg for taking our part whenever an emergency arisesg for giving us an extra boost when we need it most, and for holding the stepladder used by us to light the flame in our lamp, we thank you, Mrs. Dalton. 5 Miss Anne Wellington Headmistress Miss Clemewell Lay Co-Headmistress 6 Director of Admissions Miss Gladys E. Lott Director of Residence ' 7 Miss Gertrude Watkins Director of Guidance Miss Lucille B. Tuttle Miss Lucille Tuttle English Miss Elizabeth Riley Latin ,. Mrs. Mary Thompson Speech Mr. Russel Locke Music Mrs. Emma Dalton Romance Languages Miss Marjorie Pickard Mathematics Miss Margaret Page Art Miss Vera Smith Science Mrs. Ina Payne History-acting head Miss Louise McKeon H istoi' 5' 8 Miss .Twin Bcntinckfgmxii History fvfiss Lydia Brunsiiii French Miss Lydia Bislicc French Miss Thoreau Raymfwiid Hi5tm'y Miss Armcttc BL1-si English Iwiiss Pzmmch Huss Art Miss M.nrgxii'ct Scully Nfathswrziitiux Miss I'crill.i H.1r1ic1' Nfiizlzuvriiitiu Miss Suv Rims: Hzstiwy IN1rs. Simmer VVilI.1rQ Rormmue l.zvzgu.zge4 hirs, Dimwthy Kirkiirml Speeglz Iviiss jean Russ Religion AZ' 1.. Rairg - w liiss bm. fxfifj "7 Miss Kate Clugston English bliss ,lane Colville English Mrs. Jeanette Barker English Miss Irene Freemeyer Physical education Miss Doretta Ferber Pliysical education Miss Mary MacLcar Librarian Miss Edith Snow English Mrs. ,lane Gottsclialk Pliysical education Miss Diane Mccallister Physical education Miss Ruth Dodge Science Mr. Lawrence Boothby Science Miss Gwendolyn Hamilton Music lvfr. Carl Korte Music Miss Giovannina cle Blasiis Micsi'c Miss Harriette Sibley Art Miss Joyce Mann Latin E, If :1 P rtrklg: Hun Hl.fIi6i-' :Kun Riiiij' ,I H1'lliEl!1" 75g Kcfl Elvmfxd Rwgmrs Hfm.xew:f1z71a'f, Sage Chllfltvfff A. Vfrighc H0uSe'fnwr11w', Kelis Hchin Cl'l,1XK'iI1 Huzc.sem1fr1zev', S155 Edith l'U1l'-J BUUIC Afummze FJCIC1 bench blmmcs S. Vfcxtlxr-V1-k Seweux . 3' Mnrthm XX'.fll.1cc Numa NLIVIH1 Vxflxcrlul' ll mc Irvm' Tuck Head Nuns Etiic H4"jhk'I1 Sen m ar we xi H.1rrict XYQHW Semnitrexi .-Xff1xr.i"t: D's:','1.1v1 Ruth Go imc Dzerzcz 'v' Muiv Ellcm Spmnafzsz Miss Elizabeth Hamlin Alurrmae Off? ce Secretar x Miss Kaye Cox Secretary Miss Marguerite Cooper Secretary Mrs. George Britton Secretary Miss Lois Pzirella School Bank Mrs. Victor Peterson Secretary Mrs. Theodore Miller School Store Mrs. Ellsworth Davis Secretary to Supervisor Mr. Peter Christensen Supervisor Mr. Vxfilliam Cunningham Comptroller Miss Bettie Wade Assistant Comptroller Mrs. Dorothy C. Lackonhy School Barak Miss Helen Hutchins Recorder f I QQ 'O i QC X S-xiii-II, Irlr In riydil Mix. I',ixn-', S OIiI1.I'. IMI- I'l- -nlinz, Min Williiiltfm, I. Arm-trnr.g A I'I r' ptiiri. fl. Srml1,D.Mmrm. P. Ixirl.-'. I :ri in I' Nrnut H Li in K TH 'I I5 Yiinlr D I' 'I r K' IT Ir A. Iffhn-nn, Xmmlnwg, lvl in nigh! K. Ilxiwnpmt, L. Sp v- . , IF. 5:4-, CI. I"ii'ui--mi Nu! ni pnrinrig Mn- L:1'.. 'U-' C", . I I-x,,.. . ' -'I '. . 1-XS' . 1. ,""'. ii SCHOOL COUNCIL "In1.nginc Ijnunxi Vv'iII4u'tI .is gi ship s.xiIing .unnng tht- w.1x't's of -:vc1'ytI.1y Iifc. In ni-dur ln nmkc .my vcssci run sinnnthly tht- nfiiccrs amd crew must :III work togcthcr with willing spirits." School Council, als I1CIINS!'I1.lI1, ciiticgivorccl to stccr nm' ship, Imttcn down thc h.1tchcs during stnrmy sms, amd hoist mnrc sail als quiet waters wort' rcgj.1inctI. Ainnng thcsc sails wcrc Vimity Fair, Szlturdzmy cxcursinns tn Vzuitlcrhoydcn. :mtl gu'r.mging for each class to ohtzlin satisfactory FLILIIO'IWIIOIIOQIYIQII facilities. An gidtlition tn School CnunciI was thc House ciU'Ul'LIIlIllfOl', un :iid tn Sugc :md Kcllus counf cils. which, with Slocum. Iacpt thc crow in Iinc. :XII IWCI'ItOl'INCLI rnutin: tasks xvcrc undci' XVnrIi CEULIIICII-4 4lIPCI'YI'4I13Il. C.unpu4 I'I,iyt-ra Hx.-X, .md the pLiIiIiQ.itiwn4 nnlistcd LIlK't'I'NQ t.iI3ntN inf nur mutu.iI cribinyriicrit, L'.N.Ii.XX',, thrnugh gninf municutions xvnrlt, intIic.utctI nur r.il.- in i,-.ni-Id ZIIILIIVS. Chdpfl Circle. turn. t'riowL1r.1qvtI I-,IQIQ it find hcl' pI.1cc in the sm nt' Iitc, Our ship sails nnw.u'tI, ntiiccrs .Ind :rcvq iiwrtg 41IWIc Qlftcr cxpcricncc in Quimwmnding hcr1 Icwiiig hcr, wc hops. cvcn rn-irc shipQhpipQ than Iwffir.: ' i? 1 KELLAS COUNCIL Prnt vow: G, Smith, M. Gcrould, E. Elmore, J. Fonda Suumd row: P. Smart, K. Davcnport, cofhead, L Sparrow, ufvlwad, P. Fcnn. 'Third row: L. Mattoon E. Qunilc. N. Anclcrson, S. Kcllogg, V. Dicfcndorf J. Parker, E. Davcnport. x L SOCIAL COMMITTEE 'Il "HM UI! lf' vughr IJ. Xkrlllarnb, S, Ra-am, I. 'VW L- I5'YlI:4rmr1, huml, N, Anduwn, D. Field fffmf Iffglv 'CH fff Hum r., n.m1.Iy, A ,WWI R. H- M- f""7'!, I, Iilmdn, S. Tlmrfnmpsrlrl, R, F.-nnckuhl, DF1V'fIP"l'T. Kfllrmu, S. Hurnx, H. Snitz, R. mulv, IJ. I'uv,wll, If. Hurnyhny-, Xffr nn pzctuvu' R. Ifmw. C. r iffy ff 4.1 'x 2 I A'7' DRESS COMMITTEE Xl 1,1 qmmg II, Sxxul:rl'. Y, Durmvnt, AI. mmf. ,I- Mies, I. PML- r, If IH nn, I5 l3.xh-nz, I1 md. U. drls, IU. Umv, ,I. Kxr!l'x'XX'. S. Xiu -Y . . ' ' UM- QT. D..m1s. I.. II.um.., Ii. l1lm--xv, K. McHugh. llxnulk, I'. XYAIJ. O . y. I L W DECORATING COMMITTEE Qmhy Q., lgr S, I'.,rr,.Ir,. -1- Tullfr, C. Cruunnwan -X Hxck-rt. Frmd fl, Iivmxzr. R. Trnub. K .Avcrs, NI Ywurm-1. .XMI mf: 'x.f14L QI. Dmlx, NI HubI1JrJ. I :'. 'N li' ' X N. Q. 15 .FH 'Y A .SN X A CAMPUS PLAYERS Left to 'right A. johnson, head, I. Switzer, A. YVard. j. Hcrclord, A. Hndlev, C. Gold, R. Traub, S. XVclls. o Km U.N.E.W. Left to Tfgllt, standing: M. Velde, P. Henry, D. SRI head. Seated: M. Bessey, D. Pel, I. Thompson, M Bolton. A. Aboumrad, J. Case. S, Barker. Not i, picture: E. Ackerman, S. Crary, lvl. YVei. il m y S if BUSINESS COMMITTEE Left to right, seated: S. Fisher, B, YVaddell A, Pim ton. head, C. Snyder. S. Ivfurray, D. Field, C. Gvl Srimding: E, Elmore. L. Johnson. N. Hoagland. Davenport, A. Nvilkinson. Xot in picture: P. HCM D. Palmer. I Mgr I WELFARE CGMMITTEE Lift to Wight: J. Dawfnpurt, head, J. Ostrow, P. Calyx, E. Yunflfiluvdonck, H, Sanz, J. Zibro, B. Weadon. Xor we p--nw 1. ,l1'L'. 0 D G5 U 'QW USHERS .aft to TIQIH yum: row: D. Dnlrnz, R. Frnnukolxl, Ivf. X--mug. '. Sflxwuutkcl, K. Avrrs. C, Drums. Burk ww j. QJUAZJIES .'.1.l, Ni. Husouxr, LI, llmucls, D. Powcll, D. Enqll AONIIT or-4: S ,.- All Tv G of 3 -.-T..-+.. CHAPEL CHOIR Num Huh-gr, head. Fwy! wpmu-1 Y, Dr-:Vnjw N Uupgvxng, N. Hmxbcr, N. Humphrxgs A. Vlwhm N4-lx. S NY1ll1:1mx. Scumd wj1'.1n-1 V. fV-rmxk Fr.m'l-'xg S, MQKAJX1, P. Ivfugiu, L Nf1Jl1n.ggr, R D. Tnhkr. Fxml ,llm L, Bvgnumm hi. H-lm T I5-.m, Cl Iinvtwndlrrl. I' FlA.I:h1.r,N1. Gvgrwwzlj N Hub-r. SQQWIJ Jlw H. Atluni. Ni I7z:r1:r. D, P I Mllllr. C, N113-nt. fl. Silxu tt, 5, Sqvitxx. XVORK COUNCIL anxfzamg. Tait to right: P. Iohnson, C. Vfashburnc, P, Parkcr, head, Scared, left to right: P. Davis, S lkfiorxon. L. Fxltcr. M. Stroock. G. Robbin, L. Stogner, L. fisher. Xor m picruve: C. Heeks, E. Quaile, Abcpzmrad. 'lf Nr A. x' "fi Ji X 1 N 1. gilfif X n 'll K 5-'Ry A '4- eff '. ,", gpgirxlxpo SLOCUM COUNCIL I-ff!! 10 Yfghf. bfwtmm: R. Mizcncr, Ivf. XVal5h.' Flfffhvfv S- Qld? 11603. 1. Millcr, Hubbard. T .lr Ducgari, S. Stckctcc, K. Tnubc, G. Brown, A. R K Xot 111 picture: M. Phillips, II, Goudjgg, zxgwaxliiimihrs I. 5 0 2411 I 4. I . 3 lb ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION wuu' Ir!! In aught: II. julmson, R, I'Iurtun. I I X KIHII 'lUIL', .. N rm "c: UI 1 lmrr. Z. Amlfx-5, N. Amlcrsnu. Hu! H In ugh! If XYllI1cl'uII. A. Armbtmng, L. Duan I I'Ix.'npnIII hc.l.I I. Iwlxnaun. Nu ' pidur I7 V mth Ix Mu lx rm . . . I am. CLOCK SYYIIRVII 1fxPPJr'-rNI'I'J'-'gn Q!n:Jm3 ff? I 1272? A. Bmzxn, R'-rxfmf, I' flu?-4. KI. XYI'n!':I'mui2, N fh.p:4,xz:, I.. Tm-LI. NI. NIaQI'h--r LaM:1:cI11'I. Sand C. D,nms, l1J1zffv A. Iv!-FII., , ' .ic , XM! up 7.g"v. I. NIIIIJ. N. Ha 9 A -.-:Q -4 'H X Xu - -P'C.'! l". "' f v I - PRESSBCARD First -raw, left zo 'llgl'lII N. Hubbard, G. Smith, K. Fox, L. Hamby, head, E. Humphreys, L. La Macchia. Second row: M. Murphy, A. Pennington, M. Sykes. Third row: R. Fcnnckohl, C. Van Natta, B. Ragals, S. Fisher. E. Ackurman, A. YVatkins, Fourth -row: L. Stogncr. S. Ream, H. Kirkland, D. Powell, J. Zibro. S. Bakcr, P. Schwcntkcr, N. Gopcevic. Fifth ww: L. Harrington, S. Blake, M. XValsh. M. Mac' Phcrson, B. Nash, A. MacDonncll, M. Bessey. Sixth ww: E. Ernst, A. Crandcll, M. Young, S, Thompson, G. Danicls, P. Fcnn. Seventh row: I. Brodheacl, N. Hosmnr, D. Dalcnz, M, Slzortiss. J. Graham. . EWS S: Qi QE, - gin CHAPEL CIRCLE Standing left to 1igh1.: C. Hacks, C. Davenpgrgiri Huber, D. Furst, L. Mattoon, A. Paine, Aj, Seated, left to right: J. Goudiss, H, Shoag, , -- strong, head. v 'E to ' n a t xx ut TRIANGLE Standing, left to 1ight: L. Armstrong, S. Bachman, .lr Doscher, B. Saunders, L. Dean, D. Williams. Seazedr S, Manchester, S. Fisher, S. Barker, M. Bolton, l- Epstein, S. Deem, Editor. Not in picture: N. Low, F, Froman. ,,.-ug 4 fo Qinlfglml li GARGOYLE Editor: Drusilla Escher Editorial Board: Poppy Bingham, Judith Epstein, Marguerite Harcourt Anita Paine. Photography: Shari Ream, Helen Smith, Betsy Waddell, Ann Wilkinson Business: Nancy Bennett, Diana Field, Susan Fisher, Sheila Murray. Art: Charlotte Gold, Elizabeth Meyer, Martha Walsh. Ad1'1'S07'Sf Miss Colville, Miss Page, Mrs. Smith. Also in picture: Mr. Peter Guiwit, Engravers representative. Prologue ...........,......... Mrs. Coade fCoadyj "DEAR BRUTUS" Saturday Evening, Apv-il Seventeenth CAST CF CHARACTERS flu the order of their appearancej Alice Dearth ..............,,..... Lady Caroline Laney ........... Mabel Purdie ..................., Joanna Trout ............. Matey, The Butler ....... Loh .................................... Mr. Coacle CCoadyj - John Purdie ............... William Dearth ......... Margaret ................. 24 --..------Susan Wells --------Nancy Huber ---------Charlot:te Cold --.---.-Anne Bickert ----------Nancy Hueber ---.------Sheila Murray ----,.-.-Iudith Miller ------.----Margaret Velde Elizabeth Saunders ---------.----Sarah Deem ----------Pau1ine Parker .-..-.--Ann Johnson fF7011l lmckj first row: L. Dibble, M. Bessey, K. Crecvey, S. Carter, C. Grimm. Second -raw: D. Palmer, J. Lockton, L. Mattoon, A. Ward, M. Cray, A. Aboumrad, A. Rall, S. Harris. Third row: N. Ferguson, J, Ostrow, N. Hubbard, G. Smith, P. Overly, J. Taylor. Fourth raw: F. XVithcrell, M. Manchester. S. Morton, T. Betts, S. Thomas. THE FRESHMEN During our first year at E.W. we Freshmen have had many rewarding experiences. Of course, our first few weeks spent away from home were very new and different, but as we settled down into the daily routine, we really began to feel that we were a part of school life. Our class oilicers this year have been Gretchen Smith, Louisa Mattoon, and Sammy Morton, Presidents, Natalie Hubbard, Sally Harris, and Margaret Gray, Vice'Presidentsg Danny Palmer, Pat Overly, and Sheila Carter, Secretary' Treasurers. In sports, the Freshmen learned rules and techniques, as well as good sportsmanship. We all remember Fall Field Day for our victory over the Sophomores in soccer and for the combined victory of the Purples. Winter Field Day also stands out for us because of our "once in a lifetime" basketball win against the Sophomores. Gur dorm, third floor Kellas, echoed with such calls as "Does anyone have some food? I'm starved!" Perhaps our biggest thrill came on the day our beautiful radidphonograph arrived. During the year we produced four one'act plays. Every Freshman took a part in their production. Altogether, our Freshman year at Emma Will' ard will always be remembered by us as one in which we made new friends, gained new know' ledge, and learned to appreciate fully the ex' perience of community living. Left ta right, from row: B. Reich, J. Decgan, B. Horton, L. Loddcngaard. C. Snider, A. Needles, M. Murphy, P. YVard, R. Clark. Second row: K. Renouf. C. Beste, C. Craig, P. Wellborn, M. E. Phillips. C. A. Covatta, A, P. lVcser. C. Greenman, Z. Andrews, J. Goodwin, P. Sidford, C. Messier. E. Hansen, J. Gr-arhart, S. Smith, Third row: C. Hubbard, M. Dicncr, J. Wilkinsron, K. Benner. M. Sykts, N. Sanford, D. Manton, A. Collins, 1. Higlcy, J. Whitehouse, G. Robhin. H, Wet-don, XV. Newman.Fou1th vow' E. Quailc, M. YVei. C. Williams, B. Boynton, V. Brown, M. Moore, M. Eshhaugh, M. Trondlr, L, Harrington, N. Lowe, N. Anderson. N. Hanson, S. Blake E. Hood, P. Davis, D, Berry, Fifth ww: E. R. Jones, J. Auslander. lv- Tfflffflv K, MCHUQh, R- Tfallbv S- AHFC. D- TIWIOY. M. Lfrml I. Brodhcad, B, Browder. Not in pirtinc' E. A:kcrman, A, Davis, B. Schmidt, C. Morgan. S. Crary. THE SOPHOMOR ES Our class started the year with sixty-seven Sophomores. whose native hahitat was anywhere in the vicinity of Hyphen house, and even on a corridor of Sage. After our cherished phonograph was installed, we settled around it. The hI'l1O0d'lTl21ki1lgN music accomplished its purpose hy giving both us and the dorm a misty atmosphere. We came to the definite conclusion that the average Sophomore eloesn't enjoy hagpipes. Despite an occasional ringing alarm clock or the overwhelming scent of perfume. our nocf turnal study halls were peaceful. Vsfe lived academically through the decline of the Roman Empire. fought in the Crusades, and finally experienced the glory of the Renaissance, Our "Monster Rally" at the Fair was the ultimate in white elephants. We showed our dramatic talents in "Her Majesty the King" and "A Mighty Fortress," which we shared with the juniors. The ancient arts of hell ringing. stained- glass window design, and ballad writing were not dead in our class. Some of us also took part in demonstrations of waterfhallet and rhythms, What's more, we did our darnest for the Em' erald team. As the school year draws to a close, we have a iinal chuckle at Nsophomoric humor" before we leave, fully correlated. and. we hope, fully pref pared to become Juniors. ,iw Second Tow from left: G. Schuttc. N, Vccdcr, B. OBrien, A. MacDonell, B. Richardson, B. Roby, B. Nash, K. Ryan, H. Seward, S. Stcketcc, P. Stump, J. lVyatt, M. Shortiss. Left hand row: K. Taube, C. Washburne. S. Vfells, J. Lowry, S. Kellogg, R. Pitt, H. Seitz, J. Parker, A. Macomber, C. Nugent, R. Radford, K. Manchester. Right hand row: H. Vaughn, B. Rickamer, S. Manchester, S. McKean, L. Miller, R. Mizcner, D. YVilliams, E. Khachadoorian, C. YVilliams. M, Macpherson, G. Sternberg, L. Sparrow, M. Stroock. Third raw: from left: M. Thomas, N. Leary, N. Lehmann, L. LaMacchia, P. Murcia, L. Neidlingcr, M. Luras, C. LaMatry, H. Shoag, J. Thompson, P. Smart, J. Moreau. President ......... VicefPres1'dent ..... Secretary ......... Treasurer .... Pveszdent ........... VicefPresz'dent ..... Secretary ..... Treasurer .,,.. . Preszdent ............ XfIfC6'P7'CS1'd6'71f Secretary ......... 'freasurer ..,... CLASS QFFICERS First Term Second Term Third Term 2 8 ......Prudence Smart Rosemary Mizener .........Pene1ope Fenn ...,,Elaine Elmore .....Sally Steketee ......Belle Atkins .....Penelope Case .....Keven Ryan ......Marianna Stroock ..........Lee Sparrow ......Sandra McKean ......Cecelia LeMatty Q My 1 -.d' Left min: A. Armstrong, l'. Ualyi-r, 5. Calwell, L. lit-an. Il. Clifford, K. Darinpurt, A. Hzidliv, N. Hosrner, M. Hubbard, Daxis F Fl l' Fr ly F l'r ' 1. Lmorr, . 4 aw i' . . ' irnzin. bceoiid Tum from left: ll. Atkins, A. limwn. R. C-rxirui, A. fhalmii-, -l. Fonda, N. Hiinfplirns: L. Filter. V. llwli-ndoi'I', Al. livruulcl, S, Hartrr, Y. Duin-mt. .l. Hen-furil. Third mu' yimn let S. llal.--r, fl lhrtliolf, l'. f'.-., Hi. ii 1 i M ll ii, f.. f,haloux. L. llrntley, A. Day, l'. lolmson, IJ. ltosehi-t, l.. lirnst, M. linneli. fi. Ford Right hand mu' S. Bari.-r, fl, Brunn, A. Crandall. l.. F f' Flux l Vriliim l' li nn ll Ili . ispy, ,, . v. ,. iz 1 . . H' , . :vi-import, M. l'loauland. ll. liarrold, M. Huupe-1. THE JUNIORS Although lacing one hundred strong presentcd some diihculties at iirst, we Juniors have done much this year to prove the truth of the adage that there is strength in numhers. Witli the cooperation of each girl and the assistance of our advisors, the class was soon functioning as a team. The Very Important Purples realized just how important their leadership really was. The Purple team continued on its rampage, up' setting the Greens in a thrilling Fall Field Day. Our longfaxvaited Prom next claimed our attenf tion, Finally, hoxx'ex'er. the last invitation had heen answered. hut all too quickly the strains of Ralph Stuarts orchestra left ENV. A crowded term concluded with a Christmas party for our sister class. Our strength sustained us through exams, field trips. conferences. and television appearances. to mention only a few of our winter activities. in which our talents were made evident in "Showf lioatu and the popular French auction. Providing the hulwark for "A Mighty Fortressf' we ruundf ed out our winter program. Spring term hruught us renewed energy. which carried us through concerts. May Day. and Spring Field Day. XVe are eagerly anticipating the challenge of Senior year. and hope that it will prove tu l'e as happy an experience as -luniur fear has heen. ,fa CALENDAR September 22 - Confusion. In Profusion. Gctober 2 - Rings 'N things. Qctober 10 - Fathers Aren't bothers. Qetober 14 - Room study's the matter O'er which we're wiser and sadder Uctober 29 - Catflike Diseorders Serenade boarders. November 13 - The Purples won But it was fun. November 26 - Generally surmised- It's great to be surprised. November 28 - Fiftyffive Drummed to jive. December 1849 - Revels 'N devils Stately Lords Parental hordes Bells were ringing Lusty singing And we went home. January 2629 - Our brains were Then we relaxed March 13 - CEEB Is not for we! April 7 - Hey! Our play! April 24- April Showers- No wall flowers. June 5 - Correspondence Relieves despondenee june 12- Graduation . . . Emancipation! VVe won't forget The friends We've met Arid-We Shall Return wf' ff !.,f ...fp f f f I 1 ,X KNCM Use fgea Tait J fx J DPSJ xx.-4 XV, f-X f-lx LHQL f if f 2. ye-X f' , ,L 5 ... fo? l Q, T933 if if " if -' 'vi 'uf N0 Lilian Armstrong NEW CASTLE PENNSYLVANIA "Lil', Does everybody hate me? . . . Oh, Gaudeamus . . . Ser' pent . . . The tinkle of collection money . . . The most pious of the Apes? . . . Which is more trouble, Lil, men, Weekends, or SC. notes? . . . Just who corrupted whom? Katharine Stone Ayers EASTON PENNSYLVANIA KLKitty73 "Come on, Greens, let's go " . . . The pretty strawberry blond . . . Head of Floor more than once . . . "Argyle socks for whom, Kitty?" . . . The sword dancer . . . Letters from home? . . . One of our athletes . . . "Zate Bait". 34 SYRACUSE Hard to guess where she's from . . . Syracuse, of course! Suzanne Bachman NEXV YORK HSusie" . . . a very clever "CleverfLegs" . . . often found at certain dances . . . Lives close to breakfast in Sage . . . Linda Baird Benjamin WESTPORT Charming, gracious Head of Social . . . big eyes and blond hair . . . peppy Morris Dancer , . . frequent trips to New jersey . . . a pin near to her heart . . . likes common names such as Smith fi y CONNECTICUT "Wun1ba" known as "Lindy" to those who love her. Nancy Jane Bennett XYEST HARTFQRD CQNNECTICLWIS "Bennett" Our famous piano player . . . Known for her D.A. . , , A much remcmhered summer in Belgium . . . Avid jackie Gleaf son fan . . . Attached to West Hartford, or is it Kingswood? . . . An ardent skier and tennis player . . . Loves to danee . . "Centenary, here I come." Ann Devereaux Bickert CED.-XR RAPIDS IQXYJK "Annie" "Sin" . . . Shakespearean leanings . . . Hast thou forgot thy God? . . . First a lord then a lady . . . Those hands! , . , Oh, that weekend . . . Eeeks in harmony . . . Adores mink earrings . . . "You call everybody darling." 35' Poppy Elizabeth Bingham HIGHLAND PARK ILLINOIS ilPOpS7! Gawrsh? I'm embarrassed! . . . That model appearance at all times, even when looking like the Devil . . . So cute, and round, and soft, and pink, and fuzzy, and nice! . . . Michigan summers, amazing songs, and letters and visits to the editor. Victoria Albert Cornish HA NEBRASKA "Vicky" OMA Omaha booster . . . gal with the wardrobe . . . Morris boy . . . the girl with the green hair . . . "Vicky, hurry you'll be late." . . . proud to he named after Queen Victoria . . . Eats hut never gains . . . the long trip home. I Dennis Covel VJASHINGTON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA K'Dennis" Vivacious and full of the devil . . . "Dennis the Ivlenacen . . . says she's from the South . . . loves to coin nicknames . . . did you say that you like curry? . . . Columbia the Gem of the Ocean! fthe District, that isj. Dorothy Dalenz ERSIDE CONNECTICUT HDottiel' RIV Attractive dress you're Wearing, Dottie . . . "your slip is showing" . , . the home of the P.B.'s . . . early riser . . . Boar's head page . . . red light room . . . take hack your minks, minx. 36 Sarah Horne Deem ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND "Sal" Nothing hut a sailor at hcart . . . Wlmzit state is convenif ently near home? . . . talented writer and editor of Triangle . . . very convincing as the Turkish Knight . . . "Dcemboat" . . . It we went into the dcscrt and didn't eat anything for a month. Carol Dennis ESSEX FELLS "Carol" Morris belle . . . "Still awake, Kathy?" . . . cheerful . . . pcac-:maker . . . decorator . . . "Face it" . . . head typist . . . Plchc hut not plchian. Gweneth Ann Daniels PAWLING NEXV YORK "Gwen" A Ray of light guides her fate . . . petite Morris girl . . . "If I don't get a call tonight, I'll die' '... avid supporter of the Cafe Rouge . . . never gains an ounce . . . Une of a great threesome. Joanna Clare Davenport GHENT NEW YORK .Jody Jody at school, and Clare in the country . . . that impish look . . . Turtles . . , Shall I cut my hair? . . . Sugar!! . . . "all the men I meet are married" . . . Wclfzire fared well this year. NEXV JERSEY an W wa' Gretchen Keller Diefendorf SUMBIIT NEW JERSEY 'LGretcb,' Our able Class President . . . Lady in Revels . . . A barber pole outside her door! . . . a distant relative of Madame DeFarge . . . "you'll absolutely die" . . . catch that dimpled smile . . . all those gifts from the orange and black . . . that famous rabbit! Joan Doscher RIVERSIDE CONNECTICUT "Douol1eezi', The artistic one-did you see her sculpture? . . . lives closest to the mail line . . . an earring collector . . . Can you dance the pavanne? She can! . . . Don't your roommates get tired f c of posing? Francoise Duclos CLERIEUX CDROMEQ FRANCE "Francoise" French from toes to fingertips, except for the American hairf cut . . . bon soir . . . 'Finish to tease me!" . . . loves to read everything . . . Washington's a lovely city, isn't it . . . Spanish friends and international dances . . . ice cream is fascinating, no? Judith Ann Epstein EASTON PENNSYLVANIA lKIudy!I Loves to talk to people . . . enthusiastic about everything . , . "But did I hear the .bell this morning?" . . . Acting asf pirations . . . "Hildegarde" . . . a Rogues gallery of pictures. 38 Drusilla Anne Escher GRANVILLE ..Dme,, "Real zorchyu . . . Higganum University . . . Correlated houseparties . . . Anteater . . on a building . . . roaring rehearsal . . . famous uncles . . . Droop . . . ,Quelle riot . . . One of the alluring "Apes" . . Oxford, Salamanca, or Smith? Rosslyn Ski HOUSTON TEXAS "Ros" Miss Lone Star State herself! . . . "Oh, no, Texas is the best place" . . . Blonde hair and blue eyes . . . A Revels bell' ringer . . . Winiuiiig smile and appealing Southern accent . . Her assembly behavior is not il OHIO . This Gargoyle head isn't up 1 ff Fennekohl able. Cynthia Gordon Ferguson TROY NEXV YORK acyn., Down by the old OX road . . . For a knockout fK.O.j . . . The lively leader of those day girls . . . Praneing Morris P, dancer . . . Cinny Pinny, the sky is falling . . . Roller skates 5 for others . . . Goodies and sweets at the fair. Diana Field XVEST HARTFORD CONNECTICUT .ADIZ-Y Wliat committee dont you belong to, Di? . . . Manages linanccs admirably on the Gargoyle . . . Do we have any money? . . . Lives on lovely, lively Corridor X . . . Vxfhich of you three shuts the windows in the winter? . . . All this and Morris dancing, too. 39 DENX'ER COLORADO Lynns and Lynnes flock together . . . Lover of folksongs into her eyes! . . . A torch for Colorado-hail Denver! . . . Those fabulous Cousins . . . And Lynn loves to knit! SCHENECTADY NEXV YORK Daily trip from home in own convertible . , . "No one told me" of left eyebrow . . . Loves all animals . . . !'Skiing is the only h sport" . . . Getter of great ads . . . Quiet, friendly smile. Lynn Grey Fisher .iLynn,, Wooden boxes . . . Serious? Wait until the laugh comes Susan Peck Fisher USM., . . . Leaning toward West Hartford . . . Famous raising 1 K X vs f H Nancy Ann Fitze SARASCTA FLORIDA uScottic" "The deal about the deal, you know" . . . Those auto' graphed pictures! . . . Satirical cartoons . . . A Spanish stu' dent . . . Are we taking her in or aren't we? . . . Woman of mystery? . . . Naive or just not telling? Priscilla Maude Fletcher SCRANTON PENNSYLVANIA uprism VVhat's for assembly, Pris? . . . You don't know where Scranton is??? . . . Love those long curling eyelashes . . . She's got her Choate scarf to keep her warm . . . Fabulous variety of nightshirts! . . . Petite Pris. F 40 "Kaye" on Pressboard. is Bun Franklin. Carol Louise Gazin TROY NEWfYORK "Tikey" Aflilintions with R.P.l., ll hrothcr and . . . Tha dict starts now . . . Most gullihlc day girl . . . Cain marks thc hcst ol' everything . . . A fricnclly slnilc . . . Creator of thc opcnf rnouthctl mcrinaitl. TROY NEWVYORK 'lClmrl" 'Tin ll no gonna gonna say" . . . "Thats what I always sary, cvcrytl41y" . . . Artist, comcdicnnc, and dramatist . . . "Como hclp cnauncl for the Fair" . . . A Lord in Rcvcls . . . "Hostcss with thc mostcstu . . . Of course wc'rc dedicating thc Gargoyle to its hcaid artist! 41 "Do you have at halt I could horrowu Kathryn Augur Fox BRONXVHLE NEW'YORK Enthusiasm is at mild word . . . Our speedy and efficient iirc Captain . . . Lost those long hlonde locks . . , Once Gi hridesf maid, somedzlyabride . . . Europds the greatest . . . Big help Elizabeth Duna Furst HUHNGTONKHWHUDSON NEW'YORK "Dunn" Ono of Rcvcls' first Waits . . . Voi-:c from Hrst soprano to st-cond :ilto . . . s'My farther is xi ministcrv . . . Physics cn' thusislst . . . "I almost died" . . . Thz1t's so intcrcsting! . . . Hcr Nom De Plume JJ if rsh J Nina Petrova Gopcevic NEW CANAAN CONNECTICUT 4zNinasr Graced with a very lovely voice . . . The Herald of our Revels . . . Quite vvellfacquainted with Jamestown and surf rounding areas . . . If you want to know how to diet, no one can give better advice . . . Earrings, eyelashes, and perfume """""" ' bottles. Joan McCormick Goudiss HARRISON NEW YORK Ufoaniei' Eiiicient head of ushers . . . gay Morris dancer . . . "It's just one of those things" . . . Do certain people object to noise while brushing teeth? . . . Could be the career bug has hit her. Linda Lee Hamby SUMMIT NEW JERSEY fm 'lLinda" She can hold a pike with the best of them! . . . How does it feel to live on Corridor Us? . . . Doesn't seem to get bored with the press . . . I want to be an individual . . . The conf trolled pageboy-f"He just Won't let me cut itil", . . . To Cornell? But we thought Colgate . . . Vive Les Six! SOUTH HADLEY MASSACHUSETTS llynne Anne" "That darn St. Lawrence vvaterwayv . . . Who mentioned the Honor Guards? . . . Cider in the station wagon . . . "Cousin Ceceliev . . . Last summer, at the Thousand Islands . . . "Coming to breakfast, Mickie?" . . . A special kind of earrings. Lynne Anne Hanna 42 Marguerite Jay Harcourt INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA 'iMargie" That Valentine! . . . A music lover!! . . . Easyfgoing gal . . . Keeps the class minutes in order . , . A summer job in Maine . . . "What's this about the parking situation?" . . . Answers to the name "Rosebud" . . . Keeps us fully supplied with the "Times", Carol Ann Heeks NORTH ADAMS MASSACHUSETTS Hfacquesu Early riser . . . "Wriuld you like to give flowers?" . . . Proud possessor of a green thumb, but gave up on the turtles . . . Outstanding citizen . . . Rightfhand gal on Wrirk Council. 1 I Patricia Ann Henry Q T souTHPoRT CONNECTICUT "Put" Moofmoo traits . . . eowlieks here. there, and everywhere . . . Subtle humor , , . Soon she'll he minus an eyebrow . . . Egypts gift to America . . . Capable head of floor . . . known for friendliness and composure . . . Latin Il on Mondays. l l I 1 I r Nancy Jane Hoagland i ! l i3R1DoEPoRT coNNEeT1et'r K N "Nancy Rapunzel with short hair . . . Stately herald . . . Running barefooted down halls at 1:30 at night at a famous resort . , . Knitting expert . . . Mail hog . . . XVe love your lake, Nance L , . . He has the loveliest eyes! imp" 43 ,df 3 .Q Q5 'Y 'il ix Mary Gay Homer NEW YORK CITY NEW YORK .,Gay,, And Liverlips . . . Eton . . . Plentiful penpals . . . Mus' kingum . . . "Dick" . . . Horses . . . Typist . . . Is your room neat? . . . Wellfknown for cartoons . . . That Dresden china look. Nancy Goss Huber SHARON CONNECTICUT HNMH What did you compose? . . . Coffounder of the A.S.P.C.L. . . . A team of brothers who more than suffice . . . Ranch life for me, boy! . . . An original Wait . . . Wait . . .How many verses of the hymn do you want? . . . Lucky with races to dinner . . . Loves not making beds . . . Our grand Choir head. Nancy Hueber SYRACUSE NEW YORK "Huehie', Those "Tigertown Blues" . . . Lively personality . . . Sing Noel! . . . Tops as our song leader . . . One of the few left in the Senior Class with long tresses . . . Did someone say she came from Syracuse? . . . Leopard skin pajamas! Eleanor Grover Humphreys GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY "Ellie" again! . . . Loves her cuddly, oversized kitten . . . Cool as a cucumber . . . 5:3O's the word . . . May I have permission to- . . . School depends on her and the Cafe. 44 Save your Confederate money, girls, the South will rise' Ann VandenBout Johnson ROME NEXV YORK 'ijohme' V Senior barber . . . Part ofthe "red" suite . . . Early rising 4 l'.B .... Eire on iee . . . She conquered Everyman . . . "Lord of Misrule' '... Talent plus as our campus player. Lucia Remington Johnson RIVERSIDE CONNECTICUT "Lulqie" Veep of A.A .... Loyal Green Team Supporter . . . "Down hy the Riverside' '... Perpetual laugh . . . Swims like a fish . . . Roommate provides international connections . . . Fifer extraordinaire . . . Likes to ski. Helen Beattie Kirkland TROY NENV YORK "Helen" Speed swimmer . . . Plans to do the channel some day . . . You will all have to eome to my house this summer . . .Famous Kirkland Cakes . . . Her eamera serves the day girls . . . Another in her family of Emma Willzxrd girls. Hope Clitherall Lawrence MOUNT KISCO NEXV YORK "Horde-' "Kitten on the keys" . . . Hospitalale lady of our Revels House . . . Keeps Sage in smooth running order . . , "lt's not peroxided-there's a strong sun in Big XVolf" . . . Shell finish those Argyles eventually . . . A smile for everyone. Ax Elizabeth C. Maltby CORNING NEW YORK NLM, A lovely balladier in Revels . . . Dark eyes and a tiny waist . . . "Malt" . Sailing is her sport . . . Often found in a blue middy jacket . . . L'And last summer I-". Katherine Mayor TORONTO, ONTARIO CANADA "Kathy", "Don't start yet" . . . "And We went roaring-" . . . Alf ways organized? . . . Effect of Toronto-"ruddy" . . . "Put your desks on the eyebrows" . . . "Complete screechu . . . ,A New pinking shears are going to make all her Clothes? I Anne McKnight GROSSE POINTE MICHIGAN "hliclqie" A former Hyphen rooter . . . Encourages visits to Michigan . . . A little goes a long way in Mickie's case . . . Unique room decorations, blue and white seem to predominate . . . An unjealous greenfeyed monster. Maria Josefina Mendiri MARACAIBO VENEZUELA HMaruja'l 'll hate Truman! In Venezuela, we would keel heem!" . . . Colombians! Caramba . . . No mantillas for her-he-f clothes are from Texas! . . . A roguish smile . . . The Cafe and Francoise . . . Two years ago, but-. 46 Helen Penelope Merrill BEDFORD HILLS NEXV YORK "Parlay" Clockfvvinder . . . Platypus! . . . One of the plum pud- ding bearers . . . "hofho" . . . Bedford's gift to New York society . . . Pennyfpot . . . Our outstanding citizen . . . Houseparties-some had two . . . Skier . . . Practical pref sents and practical jokes. I Elizabeth Meyer POUGHKEEPSIE NEXV YORK "Betty" Vive l' artiste! . . . How do you spell Poughkeepsie? . . . d 'tc' First interests Head start on a sun tan, lucky Burmu afi 3 .... . . . J Q, --dogs and children . . . Ice cream and milk, IES fabulous. . Perfect junior hostess with a word for everyone. to the Army. . . . u Vice-President . . . "They always give me the religious Ni what? 47 P -. "M Hs- axw , -1 Judith Norah Miller POUGI-IKEEPSIE NEXV YORK 'ifltdyn Alahamy hound . . . Oh! That Irishman! . . . 'Tm pinned 'H F n . . . HI11'l11'll1'lIl boy! . . . Class Unending energy and curly red hair . . parts!" Blaine Edwards Mills BETHLEHEM PENNSYLYANl.K i'Blaine" "Can you believe it, can you conceive it?" . . . As ener getic as they come . . . "Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem' . . . No more pony tails . . . Echoing laugh . . . "Sing : Song of Sixpence" . . . Sweetheart by mail . . . Beaux, el F Anne Bedford Morgan MALONE NEW YORK MMo7'g" Sports editor of Clock . . . The Greens! . . . Tales from the North Country . . . Loves a good argument . . . Four year itch . . . Loves that Blue and White . . . "How much did you get today, Annie?" . . . Exercise addict . . . "Give me a dozen roses." Sheila Murray TROY NEW YORK 'iSl1eilaH 'Tm going to bake a pic" . . . Loves trains . . . Carefree . . . Known for long fingernails . . . ". . . is coming out to' night" . . . Head of Day Social . . . Director ofthe fabulous Dance . . . "Mcttez votre ce1'nttwe". snug Field our EASTON PENNSYLVANIA 'AOldt1e" The "Veep', . . . So many roommates . . . Keeps Slocum running. . . The "drummer" . . . A gullible gal . . . "When was the War of 1812, Sal?" . . . Can often be heard saying, "The Heck with it" . . . A vvellfknovvn blue and red scarf . . . Personality Plus! . . . Our model Model. T Anita Paine CHAPPAQUA NEW YORK HAnita" Hair that sets hearts on ire . . . Would you like to give the Prayer Service this week? . . , Patron saint of those who haven't time to make their beds . . . Sword dancer . . . Solid gold heart . . . How do you speak to an angel? CX E K 48 I 'DWF Doecilia Elizabeth Pel Pauline Gernon Parker COLCDRADO DENVER i'Polly" Smart and peppy, too. . . A stately lord in Rcvels . , s'0nly that great state of Colorado has 'real' rnountainsi' . . C Capable head of Vx'ork . . . An enjoyable weekend, the arf nival . . . A ski queen . . . "This is the last set of siifnfup sheets for the old month" . . . Athletic ability. I f Susan Gall Parrish lvlANlLA THE PHILIPPINES i'Sue" You tlon't know where the Philippines arc? . . . Uh. come off it . . . Andover annoys her , . . ln Switzerland to school Europe hy herself . . . Dances like a native . . . Big h l kt! and little hrothcrs . . . Strike up, here comes the ioogi THE NETHERLANDS THE ,HAGUE "'Doesjc" Oh, those girls on the boat!! . . . Always smiling . . . Loves American recipes . . . "So we paid attention" . . . Black ' ' i " D: 'l Peter didn't put anything in your shoe St. Nicholas ty . . . . Tell us ahout the big city of New York. Ann Conrad Pennington E .1 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY "Amin Loves those crazy model T's . . . True blue from the blue gras state . . . Guard those Petit Fours! . . . Lexington, cenf ter of the universe! . . . History exam without notes! . . . "XVhy do it now? l'll h ave to do it later anyway," 49 4' eff Angelica Schuyler Platt TROY NEW YORK 'Tm playing a game" . . . "Who called you last night?" . . , "I know a secret, but I can't tell you" . . . Head of Day Dress who's meticulous in her dressing . . . Future choreof grapher . . . Morris dancer. I Audrey Pllmpton FRAMINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS "Ami" The second ingredient of the Apes . . . Oh, but you know so much more than I do! . . . Faithful waterer of the lilies of the valley . . . Her budgets always balance . . . Maine sumf mers . . . But nothing would dare happen in Framingham. f ' ' I Diana Hoyt Powell BRoNXv1LLE NEYV Yoiuc uDiH f f Tall and blond . . . Strong family resemblance when in 5 I Morris costume . . . 'LI know her very well" . . . Fair of face, but hckle in heart . , . Enthusiastic Bronxville supporter . . . Connections ranging from Maine to the tip Of Florida. ty Barbara Carol Ragals BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA "Bobbie" "Guess what we're having for supper tonight!" . . . "What's doing in Buenos Aires?" . . . Loves to dance, especially to that South American rhythm . . . How 'bout those weekends, Bob' bie7 . . . I've got my fur to keep me warm . . . Tomorrow we diet! . . . Double period of sleep Tuesday morning. 50 CHARITON Achieved great heights as a Morris dancer . . . Miss Iowa . . . Like your hair when she's around . . Shari Ream IOXVA l'Sha1i" this way . . . Books of learning fly . Loves to Samba . . . Fine lateftrain company. QQZWA Anne Renouf BELCHERTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 'iGe1tie" Genius at work . . . Lives on cakes and oranges . . . "As a matter of fact" . . . Philosophy, or writing? . . . Songhir . . . Ideas ahout every thing . . . The mysterious handwritf ing! . . . Height helps in haskethall . . . "Do you think were having a French test?" f Margaret Putnam Riley STONINGTON CONNECTICLWI' "Peggy Put" Here, there, and everywhere . . . lights! . . . Expert in everything from government to hockey to knitting . . . lee 'V hunny, and skiing galore . . . Captain of the S,S.E.NV. . . . "Wliim can fold a flag?" . . Smile! .... "lust Put, isn't that enough?" Mary Lou Rouse GOUVERNEUR NEXV YORK i'Lulu" Up in the clouds. not in dreams. hut in a plane . . . An expert in hair cutting . . . Boston police force is all hehind her! . . . Need a truck driver? Ask her. she's prof iieient! . . . Her Royal Highness. the King of Egypt. 51 . I XX'- Marie Elizabeth Saunders 'lBetsy3' L GARRlSONfON-HUDSON NEXV YORK Vxfanders up and down lonely Sage corridors after lights . . . spent a fabulous summer in Germany . . . horsefcrazy it . . . a creative writer and ballad reader . . . one earring . . . Do they really understand you at E.W.? Patricia West Schwentker BRANT LAKE NEYV YORK "Pat, l'Got some more clippings from Dad today" . . . Tames mice as well as men! . . . unforgettable scream . . . "Want to make a felt belt?" . . . early riser? . . . food for the famished. Elizabeth Ann Scheller LITTLE NECK NEXV YORK 'Betty Ann" "Everybody here?" . . . one of the earlyfrising threesome . . . that gallant and lordly look . . . maestro in a M.G. . . dances divinely . . . A Whitman and Wolfe fan. Helen Conrath Smith PAWT-ING NEW YORK "Helen:' A nut on skis . . . aspires to be Andrea Mead the second mi mi mi mi mi mi . . . photographer . . . laugh? . . . "Suppressed desires" . . . Henrietta? . . . her money box. . . Polly Monroe Smith SCARSDALE NEW' YORK Q at-f "Poll5" Did a great job as junipahout in Revels . , , swell teani S captain . . . Ever seen such athletie ability? . . . horses. t-'i ' . , . the pinefpanelecl kitchen . . . "XVho mentioned T.P.f A 4 . . . noted for her laugh , . . "Anyone for jacks?" Betty Lynne Stogner 6 DALLAS of TEX.-XS "l.5'n'ne" i 1 ses with laughterfcompletclyf The eves of Texas . . . Ct llr p A whi: on ice and off . . . the only girl at Northwood . . . NVhy do they keep you on ice. Champ? Saving you for 'Q ' future gen Jane Elizabeth Switzer CASTINE MAINE i'SwitZ" Hails from God's country . . . a sailor . , . added light and life to Revels as lantern liearer . . . "lsn't life prosaic?" no sense of direction . . . pletcly unhappy. lane? Diane Chia-lien Sze NEXX' YORK .L ..Di., d Elli i nt resident of U.N.E.YX'. An honor stu ent . . . ce p . . , avid supporter of New York City . . . a four year stretch . . . full supply of males . . . class leader . , . known d' ' ' 1n eaffer alto in chorus. for that sweet isposition . . . t U 53 all sorts of ghost friends . . . com' NIEXV YORK erations7 . . . Vkiish youd come sooner. il' Q 1 - BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS -.I Karen Theopold my Tl 'lfheoa' Keeps E.W. sports world running smoothly as spirited A.A. ictures . . . discords beautifully . . . New Ham shire Girls' P P O softball champion player . . . "Avvright, you guys!" ,mv ,.. , I . 53 President . . . love that Boston accent . . . mysterious 3fD Sue Thompson LOCKPORT NEW YORK hSue,' Tall and graceful . . . naturally curly hair . . . "Oh, but I'm so fat!" . . . when teased about her accent replies, "I do not sound like that! . . . Stranded at Buffalo for how long at Christmas? . 1 Diane Joan Tisher NEXV BRITAIN CONNECTICUT What chord does this one go into? . . . The Boar's Head in hand bear I! . . . Threesome, and how! . . . Essex on the Connecticut . . . chorister superb , . . what time do you get up in the morning, Di? . . . heartily loves raccoons. 5 'V yr I Cecelia Yung-Hsien Tse HONG KONG CHINA lacecyxr Remember Revels and the enthusiastic bellfringer . . . The best things come in small packages . . . Wellfdone assembly . . . a smile for everyone . . . an avid supporter of the Cafe Rouge . . . an extraordinary wardrobe . . . enjoys icefskating . . . We love your poetry, Cecy! W. 54 ? f Evelyn Juliette Van Hoydonck BELGIUM ANTXVERP "Erie" Your English is better than ours, Eviel . . . blushing is a natural ability . . . Belle of Belgium . . . "Math . . . goshlii . . . apparatus wfh-if:- . . . a record with Lukie. iff' . XE L+ MOUNT BETHEL 'icaroleeu Those slippers with the C s .... . . our Tower girl . . . 51 ' Z1 ain . . lusty log pu X! f Carolee Ann Van Natta PENNSYLVANIA b ll on swings stamps? . . oing to change your hair g llcr . . . visits to roommate. fx 1 Margaret Fmn Velde LAKE BLUFF ILLINOIS "Maggie" U,N.E.W.'s left arm . . . stage fright? . . . Wl1ztt's the attraction in Colorado? . . . "XVhcre did I leave my P--7" . . ardent Illinoise . . . retiring Cl rustic . . . Riekraclt. Betsy Jean Waddell XYILIVIINGTON DELAXVARE 'AXVaddle" "Bets" Our licllc of the ball . . . VVhy do you worry. silly little one? . . . Did your father phoncf' . . . "XVhich prom shall I attend?"-Name it, she's been asked! . . . a former Snoresome "H ' X Pla ' usary. Sage 200 . . . Ton Foursomerpnow Iixts ln tht xt3p get to walk at the front of the llnel 55 Martha Ellen Walsh -V 'f3 TROY NEXV YORK "Marty" Parties for the Day Girls . . . "Lets diet tomorrovvfLet's eat today!" . . . art ability . , . fabulous sense of humor . . . CHlCl6IlCy plus . . , usually laughing . . . friendly to everyone , . . "Let's go to the Cafe-for an apple!" . . , Head of Day work. 1 I Edith Ann Watkins POTSDAM NEW YORK A U1-Xnnel' Q Oh, those cycs . . , quiet and demure . . . afmen . . . V? Open the window-go 'Way and let me sleep . . . Clarkson, . here I come . . . Has been seen on the Boston train. Susan Wells ROCHESTER NEW YORK Hsuen , . . "Me too! Me too!" . . . helped form that silver star creative . . . A campus player and assistant clockfvvatcher Shall we polish up Class Day? Ann Stewart Wilkinson A shade lighter every time we see her . . . Poppies are great when it comes to orange packages . . . Don't be trite! GREENWICH CONNECTICUT '!VVillie" Fascinating giggle, even in her sleep . . . "A savings stamp, anyone?" . . . mad Gargoyle photographer . . . a hundred pounds or bust! . . . business woman . . . what a Discorder! -sl., . . . "Flora" . . . "Fore!" f 56 eyes! X5 Maryann Young SCARSDALE HIVIIYTLITIH One third of the trio . . . Flutter those The owner of the tiny hands and feet . wcckcnds . . . artist extraordinaire . . team cheers . . . many handsome admirers laugh! Angela Joyce Zibro TROY NEYV YORK KL-Ioyc-eil "WAll1f to hear my afterfgym joke?" . . GU1d1H7 livht or Day Girl WCll.ilfC . . . Docs anyone need my number ixe . . . Voici le livrel . . . Plays laumper tag in a sni y new tar . . C.L.C. Sally Ann Williams XYELLESLEY HILLS Nl-KSSKFHLSETT "I've got to haye my hair tut ind th n hu. i p rman nt . . . The soprano of the Wait r lull t in r man year . . . We hue more neu newhlbor and may be . . . In a state of perpetual mot1on id r I I Linda McAlplne Young XV.-XTERTOXVN NEXX YORK Elle anne tricoter 1 Stowe no r Great as ortm nt oi' flowers . . eilm and tool 1 t ut not t st works overtime it unpr di till ACADEMIC HONORS Luft to 1igl1t, standing: Penelope Merrill, Ann XVilkinson, Betsy Saunders, Drusilla Escher, Audrey Plimpton, Diane Sze. Scaled' Nancy Huber, Lilian Arnistmng, Betsy Waddell, Judith Miller, Margaret Vclde, Sally Oldt, Hope Lawrence, Sarah Dcem, Pauline Parker, Poppy Bingham, Diana Field, Marguerite Harcourt. Nat in picture: Anita Paine. CITIZENSHIP I-ICNCRS Fiml TOLU, left to Wight: Cynthia Ferguson, Sally Oldt, Audrey Plimpton, Gretchen Diefendorf. Second 'rowz Penelope lxlcrrill, Hope Lawrence, Drusilla Escher, Ann johnson, Lilian Armstrong, Diane Sze, Carol Hceks, Peggy Put Riley. W. i is 42' at 'S t e? iiee 'ii' 7' ef A ,,,,, an CUM LAUDE E. W. The Our The The Senior Song 1 if J: ELLA n J ei-5 'fr r T Fiji f iiiiar -1 4. .11 el - -lf . s .J ,. m , ' :I K rf si F lt - :- ! If J J ff 4.41 14 W J- : f r E H 4- 41 love and knowledge we have gained, friendships far and near: hardfearned goals that we have won, valued past that has been such fun, These I'1lCIHl1'lCS we hold dear. Although we may in coming years Embark on something new, The lamp of truth and menfries gay Are yours, E.W. The past few years have opened up A knowledgefwidened door. And in the hearts of us who learn, An everfkindled Harne will burn, For Nineteen Fifty Four. Vvfords hy Carol Heelqs Mzesic hy Diane Tisher 59 REVELS 'friimpgfgrin ,,.....,.,,,....,.,...... M. French, J. Moreau Fennekohl, K. Fox, P. Henry, E. Humphreys, A. Plimpton, E. Saunders, D. Sze, C. Tse Bell Ringer Gopcevic Herald ..... . ........ D. Furst, N. Huber, S. Williami XVaits ......... lxlarshals ....... ' Hoagland, H. Kirkland. K. Theopold, A. Wilkinson Lord of the Manor ...... ......................................... P . P. Riley Page ,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,..,,.,...,,,.....,.,..,....,........... A , Watkins Lords ..................,.... ....... C . Gold, P. Parker, B. A. Schellel' Lord Chamberlain ..... .......................v....---..---- B . L. St0QI1C1' Lady of the Manor. .............................................. H. Lawrence Page ..................... ...................... ................................... C . Heeks Ladies ......... ........ A . Bickert, G. Diefendorf, J. Doscher Jester .......... ................................................... A . Johnson Juinpabout ...... .......... P . Smith Drummer .................. .........,. S , Oldt Piper ............................... ......... L . Johnson Ribbon and Stick Bearer .......... ......,...... .......... B . Mills Hobby Horse ............ ...............................,...................... D . Covel Morris Girls ........ ........ L . Benjamin, G. Daniels, C. Dennis, C. Ferguson, D. Field, S. Murray' Morris Boys ..... ......... V . Cornish, J. Goudiss, N. Hucber, J. Platt, D. Powell, S. Ream Ballad Narrator ..... ..................................... E . Saunders Ballad Girls ....... Maltby, E. Van Hoydonclc Ballad Boys ....... .............. ..................... S . Parrish, D. Pel Priest .................. .,.......................................................... L . A. Hannah Yule Log Pages .............. N. Bennett, D. Covel, F. Duclos, L. Fisher, S. Fisher, N. Fitze, C. Gazin, M. Harcourt, K, Ivlayor, M. Mendiri, A. Pennington, B. Ragals, S. Thompson, C. Van Natta, B. Waddell, J. Zibro Yule Log Sprites .............................. ................ C . Evans, P. Tomlinson Boars Head Pages ....,..................................... D. Dalenz, A. Morgan Boar's Head Marshalls ........ K, Ayers, L. Hamby, A. Paine, S. Wells Boar's Head Minstrels ..............,......................... A. Renouf, D, Tisher Mustard Bearer .............. .............................. L . Young Mince Pie Bearer .............. . .......,,,..................., M, Young Plum Pudding Minstrels ....... ......... C . Davenport, P. Merrill Father Christmas ............,.. ....,.,...,......,..,,,...,...,. H . Smith Lantern Bearers ............... .. ........ A. McKnight, J. Switzer King of Egypt ,.......................,. .......................... M . L. Rouse Daughter of King of Egypt ........ ........ P , Scbwentker Saint George ......................... ,........, J . Miller Turkish Knight ........ .,,.,.,,..,,, S , Deem Doctor .........,.... ......... L . Armstrong, Beelzebul: .....t ..,...... P , Bingham DF8g0n .-.........-.- -.---....---..---.......At.......................... D . Escher Rustics: Girls ........ ............. J . Epstein, P. Fletcher, M. Velde Rustics: Boys... ,.... ..... . .. M. G. Homer, E. Meyers, M. XValsh 19-vw HQQQQQ . EBF B !"'.!!.. . +522 Wt' 1 5415 .,.- il ,QQ 'S -s f A X 6 1 4 f gf , ,K ,. G 1 M -f 1 gr V, ,f , - -f :N w ,. IA -if 'YP' 0 it in 1 in x , 11 - " W T. K Q - ' ' '5 9 ' x . fl . ig Q1 H eg ge-14 C W 4' Q f fi THE LIGHT ..... A small class, it's true, but there's no denying that the FRESHMAN class that arrived in the Fall of 1950 was rather dynamic. We will never forget our hrst Troy leave, when the whole class took oil-en masse. Neither will Troy forget it. Then the hurricane over Thanksgiving week' end resulted in the transformation of our beloved Hyphen House into a male dormitory for the juniors' stranded dates. Next our hidden talents emerged with the production of four onefact plays. And the field trip to New York City proved quite enlightening for all concerned, even though that fascinf ating trick shop was not supposed to be included in the tour. Castles, castles, and more castles .... As we SOPHOMURES plowed through Medieval History, we realized that there was more to school than just mischieffmaking. Pet rats and mice over in Weaver Hall absorbed a good deal of our time. In fact, since we could not bear to depart from them at vacation time, many E.W. Sophomores were seen carrying an odd assortment of tiny animals home. Cur more undesirable talents were ref vealed on Halloween, when we discovered that eggs and studying don't mix too well. Never will the Class of '54 forget that wonderful creation, the Nausea, which turned out to be the rage of the annual E.W. Fair. 62 .....0fouR PAS Our class doubled JUNICR year, as did our numerous responsibilities as leaders of the Green team and our proprietory feelings concerning Kellas. The Junior Prom brought to its end an eventful Fall term. Then before we knew it, we found ourselves immersed in the vocational testing program, surveys, and College Boards of the S.A.T. variety. Cur creative minds produced a fantastic land L'Behind the Iron Curtain" as the main feature of the Fair. Spring elections came and went, as we participated in Flame Ceremony, the approaching seniority was felt by all. With mingled emotions, ninetyffour enthusiastic SENICRS received the cherished rings at a dinner given in their honor in October. The tra' ditional production of Christmas Revels climaxed the Fall Term. What a thrill it was to be guests at the lvlanor House! Soon Winter term, the Fair, and College Boards were a part of our past. Leisure time seemed nonexistent as the deadline for our source themes crept closer and closer. While preparing for the Senior Prom, the fact that we'd soon be alumnae became more believable. Cur senior play and Class Day, both huge sucf cesses in our eyes, brought us two steps closer to that big day. Cn Saturday june 12, we left Sage Hall for the last time as seniors to receive our coveted diplomas. As last goodbyes were made, the past four years became a part of our most treasured memories. 63 CLASS POEM BRoADcAsTs REAPED Steps taken-thresholds passed All minds upon the future bent Each day hriefer than the last Each year's thoughts Well spent. Growing with hopes, We ninetyffour Search the broader road, Iourneymen of fiftyffour Reaping harvests sovved. Compelled as to common goal, Enjoying breathless time, Each creating every role- Leader, chorus, mime. The earnings of the moment end, We share our greedy store And profit hy the dividend, The student-and the lore. ANNE RENGUF 64 THE DAVEY TREE EXPERT CO. PLEASE PA TR ONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS KE T OHIO DALTON TAXI CO. ASHLEY 4-1665 6 . ESTABLSVIXB 32 The Class R ings for the Emma Wz'llard School T' H' Nelhgan Bakery Were Furnished by This Establishment 32 Fourth Street Designers and Makers of Rings, Emblems, Charms, and Trophies of the Better Kind BAILEY BANKS CAKES 86 FOR WEDDINGS, BIRTHDAY PARTIES AND OTHER SPECIAL OCCASIONS Jewelers ' Silversmiths 0 Stationer Chestnut Street at 16th PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA Compz'z'ments of BRENNER MILK CO. PO U GHKEEPSIE NEW YORK 66 WILLIAM H. mm 8, co. ' ESTABLISHED 1865 W. P. MANN'S . l843-l954 The Country MISS lnstzlllzltilms :lf Cfmplctc CASUAL CLOTHES Systems for tluc Olligc STOP 26 Suppliers of Equipment for TROY-SCHENECTADY ROAD Schools and lnstitutiffns Sfiiilifii H. R. MANN 86 Co.1nC 407 Fulton Ste-et TROY, NEW' YORK ,. 6 f , GUI? Compliments to the Class of 1954 Hoagland Manufacturing Company, Inc. BRIDGEPOR 11 CONNECTICUT THE HENDRICK HUDSGN HOTEL TROY, NEW YORK WAGAR'S ' Complete Facilities for NVedding Festivities Banquets Fart and All Social Functions Q .feafkdf ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 7,-ilg Tl11'014gl1014t Ncw ffcwlq, New England, cmd Nm'tl1um Pc'f1ns3'l1'mmL 1,1111 GENERAL ICE CREAM CORPORATION CSUBSIDIARY OF NATIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATIONJ GENERAL OFFICES 101 Nutt Tcrracc SCl1C716CfclCI5', New Tr lg 69 RSS 21 WEST 16TH STREET NEW YORK SCHOGL CLGTHES Gur Dresses, Suits, Blouses and Sports Apparel are made in our own workroom or to our exacting specifications. They have Quality and Good Taste,-Individuality and Distinction. A frequent comment is that they do not seem like uniforms. Much credit for style and popularity is due to the interest of our School Heads and the suggestions of the Students who wear them. 70 PLUMB EYEGLASSES 15 Second Street TROY, NEW YORK FIRST IN TENNIS XYri1gl1t Ditlon Championship . . . the only orHCial ball of the L'.S.L.T..-X. National championship for 67 coniecf ucive years. and all Davis Cup matches played in the IQS. A. I. REACH, WRIGHT 86 DITSON Division of Spaulding Sales Corp. "BETTER BUY THE BEST" WRIGHT Sf DITSON GINSBURGS ESTABLISHED 1911 Cleaners and Tailovzs 349 Congress Street C om pliments of TENLEY-WELLINGTON l'0.. INF. Optonietnsts -A Opticians Ashley 2-7012 TROY ASHLEY 4-7291 43 THIRD STREET TROY COMPLIMENTS wif LQRD 55 TANN EVCYYKPIICQS Cluwicc fm' NV1m1c11's :md Misa-s' Apimrcl 9 WATERTOWN, CONNECTICUT 404 FULTON STREET TROY Trogfs Leading Card Store BLOOMFIELD'S EATON'S FINE STATIONERY 357 Broadway TROY, NEW YORK Compliments of Mr. and 'Mrs George F. Fletcher Smart Fashions Always in Good Taste at MUHLFELDER'S THIRD STREET TROY 'Meet me at KNO VVLSOZVJSU 350 Broadway TROY COSMETICS DRUGS SODA FOUNTAIN FILMS Compliments of Robert H. Hill 86 Co. Office Supplies 451 BROADWAY TROY BROWN'S ICE CREAM 383 Congress Street TROY, NEVJ YORK Ice Cream Sodas Candy Nuts Covtgrattclations to 554 AN ADMIRER TROY RECORD CENTER 354 Broadway TROY, NEW YORK JANE HEWITT Casual Sportswear 358 FULTON STREET ASHLEY 2-4902 In Business for your Health since 1816 DRAKE'S PHARMACY 75 Fourth Street TROY, NEW YORK BARRETT FLORIST J. K. PATRICK TROY TYPEWRITER 8. SUPPLY CO. PORTABLES ALL MAKES Sales Representatives ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Sales 0 Sera-ice 0 Rentals ' Supplies 3 First Street Troy, New York Telephone Ashley 4-3912 PAWLING PHARMACY 235 Pawling Avenue TROY, NEW YORK Joseph Koeningsbauer jeweler 4 Hendrick Hudson Hotel Bldg. TROY, NEXX' YORK JOHN E.SA1VIBREAK CAI-IILL'S Troyfi Leadmg SPO7'f5U,':Zrl' and Sparring Comb Store FLORIST . 66 FOLTRTH STREET TROY Compliment: of ANDY'S SPORTING GOODS 270 River Street TROY, NEW YORK BOXER'S DRUG CO. 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