Garland Junior College - Commonwealth Yearbook (Boston, MA)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1962 volume:
GARLAND TUNTOR COLLECIE
4109 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE
Daily' f' .
The year is 19303 the place, Beacon Hill. The Garland School, contained in one building, is
going through a great transition. Gladys Beckett Jones has been elected president of Garland
This was thirty-one years and thirty-one graduating senior classes ago. We are only one hundred
out of over two thousand girls Mrs. .Iones has guided through two years of education and directed
toward happy, .fruitful years ahead. Having known so many young girls, Mrs. Jones is a wonder
in that she knows each of us as an individual important to her. Every girl that has been at
Garland is someone whom Mrs. jones knows well and is interested in to this day. Her office doors
are always open to all of the students. She is willing to discuss with a student anything from
late Saturday night permission to the solution of the problem of academic probation.
Mrs. Jones has also done things for us of which we are not even aware. She knows all our problems,
great or small. After Five rigorous days of tabulating final grades, completing records, and cleaning
up the business and dust that had accumulated around school, Mrs. jones has often been seen
picking flowers and greens at six o'clock on the morning of graduation in order to decorate the
school and the church for the festivities of that day. Few know or even ask where the flowers
came from. We want to thank her for what she has done for the individuals and for the group
of this school, the things we know about and the things we may never realize she has done for us.
However, our appreciation is not conhned to the limits of our two years here, for we are conscious
of Mrs. hIones's past achievements and of her role in making Garland what it is today. In 1930
Garland moved from Beacon Hill to Commonwealth Avenue, since then the school has progressed
rapidly. We have acquired ten buildings on Commonwealth Avenue - one this past year.
Garland has become an accredited Junior College. Mrs. jones has led the college through thirty
happy and progressive years, and over the years her standards of conduct and of behavior have
been the highest. By Mrs. -Iones's example we have learned to be ladies, to conduct ourselves in
a manner which is a credit to ourselves, to our college, and, above all, to Mrs. Jones.
Mrs. Jones is retiring this year, and we congratulate her for the fine job she has done. To us she
will always be the very heart of Garland Junior College.
TO THE CLASS . . .
The theme of your Year Book, "Boston is our Campus," is a reality. You have
been privileged young women to be within walking distance of Symphony Hall
and to enjoy one of the finest symphony orchestras in the world. In the spring
Fenway Court, fragrant with lilies, is breathtakingly beautiful. The Boston
Public Library, with its famous murals by Abby and Sargent, has hospitlably
opened its doors to you and the great churches and temples welcomed you to
their services. The hours you spent at the Boston Museum ol Fine Arts will
reward you with rich memories.
The bridge over the Charles River that took you to the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and Harvard University, with its view of the sail boats in the
autumn and spring, and the golden dome of the State House gleaming in the
distance, and even the little eating places for that hanlburg and coffee: all have
Boston, with its historical background, its wealth of educational institutions,
and its sympathy and understanding of the foibles of students has contributed to
your academic and social life. As you scatter to your home towns and cities,
think kindly of Boston and come back to enjoy it with us.
You have been a fine senior classg your academic standards are high, and the
faculty has enjoyed the privilege of working with you. We shall follow your
successes with pride and pleasure.
.YQ A - my gf.
M1ss Mary Ann Abbott
MISS Ethel M Barrett
M1ss Jean Cameron
Mrs Mary W Frenmng
Mrs James C McAdams
Mrs Gladys C Park
M1ss Marlan E Waden
M1ss Debble Warmg
Mrs BCSSIC R Wetherbee
M1ss Arlme W11ler
M1ss Dorothea Doxg
Mrs Gladys B. Jones
Mrs. Frederxc B Viaux
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Mr. Roy H. Brown
Mr. Robert Dustin
Mr. Harold F. Lindergreen
Mrs. Kay Peterson Parker
Miss Marjorie E. Parker
Mr. Harold D. Pride
Mr. Samuel Thal
Mrs. Anne F. Lancianni
Mr. Floyd L. Covert
HOME ECONOMICS FACULTY
Miss Irene Blanchard
Mr. Roy H. Brown
Mrs. Ella Lou Dimmoek
Marcie C. Fogg
Mr. James G. Holmes
Mr. Sidney R. Homan
Caroline T. Jordan
Mr. John H. Judge
Mary Lou Kiley
Madame Andfee Maitre
Miss Jean Cameron
Mrs. Helen Holt
Mrs. Adelaide Jenkins
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VIRGINIA BAKER ABBOTT
195 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
LAYOUT EDITOR OF YEARBOOK
LIBRARY COUNCIL CO-PRESIDENT
GLEE CLUB BUSINESS INIANAGER
f' DECORATION COMMITTEE
"Nothing great was ever achieved without entlzu
siasmf' - Packrat - Twinkletoes - Oh beans -
Fudge - Dear - Spider - Freshmen's last night
fBathtubj - Another late night - Prince Charming
LINDA MAE BAUER
2170 Kuhio Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii
It's about those sidewalks - "Nothing is impossible
to a willing heart." - What did you say . . . Please?
- Dear john - Only fourteen more days - Step
lightly -- Black is the color - Oh, that laugh -
H0w's the service in general? - And I didn't even get
a drop! 1
180 La Vereda Road, Santa Barbara, California
5 YEARBOOK BUSINESS MANAGER
Imports all her men - Her piano playing does won-
' ders to "Mary Had A Little Lamb." -- Why is water
N I coming out of my Bunsen burner? - Her dream is
X . Q
' - to own the phone company.
SUSAN CURTIS BERRIEN
"Mrs, B." "Bers" "Suz"
Waughaw Road, Towaco, New jersey
DECORATION COMMITTEE I
Surprise jimmy, I'm home! - Mr. McCue and break- '
fast at the Ritz - Special Delivery - Berrien - Who
wants my dessert? - Don't forget. 'f
CHARLOTTE HOPKINS BIDDLE
838 Summit Road Penn Valley,
Narberth, P.O., Pennsylvania
GARLAND LEAGUE, TREASURER
"The young Philadelphianf' - The most graceful
girl i7 337 T4-lHas a hollow leg 7 Models for draw-
ing c ass ways heard saying, Where are all the
tall men?" - Favorite pastime is looking out into
BARBARA ELIZABETH BIRDSALI,
Newbury Hill, Atkinson, New Hampshire
PUBLICITY COMMITTEE, GARLAND LEAGUE
Forever heard, "The Bird" - All the boy-Us. -
Fresh air kid - Ray Connij' - Morning sweet tooth
- Are you depressed? - Some cook - That laugh -
"Does your chewing gum lose its flavor on the bed-
post overnight?" - New York Times - 5 o'clock
Center Road, R.F.D. 4,
"When two egotists meetg it's a case of an I for an I."
- Come on, we'll be late! - Sure wish I had marks
H - like that! - "Wow, I'm hungry" - Got that term
paper done just in the nick of time. - "I sub-letted
JUDITH ELIN BROGGINI
126 Woodlawn Avenue,
Wellesley Hills 81, Massachusetts
YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Wee hours of the morning - I'll be organized to-
morrow. -- Convenience of home - "Why are you
going to Ceramics so early, Judy?" - Route 66 every
Friday night - Meecers - Revere Gang Uohnnyg
"Real class! "Q,
MARY ELLEN BURKE
933 Cedar Brook Road, Plainfield, New jersey
VICE-PRESIDENT OF SENIOR CLASS
SECRETARY OF GARLAND LEAGUE
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Mellon - the ultra tweedy girl . . . - Weekends
at Trinity - Miss Popularity - "Theta - It just
has to win." -- Only need 7,000 more empty Marl-
boro boxes - Say it with rubiesg Pearls! - Oh, I
haven't twisted for a long time - Mad passion for
patent leather pumps.--Possessed by monograrns.
MARCIA WH EELER CADY
Mountain Spring Road,
"What, me worry?" - Let's get some really sharp
dates this weekend! - "Mirror, mirror on the wall
." - Laundry bags - Never put off 'til tomorrow
a laugh that can be laughed today - Life is one
damn thing after another - Ready and beautiful
. . . Ready! - I'll get some cigarettes tomorrow.
ELIZABETH VAUGHN CHADWICK
5004 Fort Summer Drive,
Washington 16, D. C.
Who is tight with her matches? - I have done this
week's work, next week's work and etc. - Never a
hair out of place, even though it is gray - I clon't
have a date tonight so I will study. - "Anyone want
to go to the Somerset?"
Rua dos Andvadas 777,
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do sul, Brazil
FOOD AND NUTRITION
CHAIRINIAN OF THE FOODS COINIIVIITTEE
"Success conzes easy to one who is earnest and hard
working." -- "But I'm so tired." - Speaks and acts
in all sincerity. - Seeks the finest things in life.
JANET MIREDITH CHASE
24 Lantern Lane, Barrington, Rhode Island
HOUSE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
.Q Sig Ep Queen - Mr. Holmes' delight - Those visits
to school - Summer Theatre, talent plus - I hid
those cokes, girls - Get one blind date - "Really,
I'm not sick."
MARGERY JARVIS CLARK
I5 Verna Hill Road, Fairfield, Connecticut
HOUSE COUNCIL 'Q'
Up at the break of dawn - "Whois got Hamburger?"
- "There's that Pooh Baah coloring book, and from
Sclzwa'rtz's." - Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ' "
- "Wanna bite?" - Five papers due in one day? -
I don't know a thing! - Ay.
ELEANOR RANDOLPH CLOTWORTHY
159 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts
1' NEWMAN CLUB
lj VVELFARE COMMITTEE
Af' "The frigid but sweet one" - Bopping boots - He
W' dzdn't say anything - "Some people's children."
CYNTHIA LANE COBB
26 Evergreen Road, North Oaks Farm,
Saint Paul 10, Minnesota
Pntlzetif' 7I111C'll - You kids are no fun - Boy, am I
deep - Did he kiss you? - Iflflzy do I have to look
like the All American Girl? - Sleep talker - I know
I'm no rose, but check her out!
SUSAN ALICE COSTELLO
508 Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island
FOOD AND NUTRITION
HOUSE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Gawd in heaven! - Plane tickets to nowhere -
D0n't forget to set the alarm - Loves lzer own jokes
Q - VVell, I don't understand - Good things come in
1 A small packages - Wlzere's the cojee? - Hilda Head-
' band - Remind me to take an aspirin.
VIRGINIA LEE COSTIGAN
1441 Plumtree Road,
Is Bermuda still Paradise? - I'ni really organized -
jeans - I wish it would hurry up and snow - No,
Fm not Spanish - But - OK what's the story? -
Tacky much? - Trintje, meditate for me - No, little
kid, I'm not sister Virginia.
g MARYALICE THERSA DEMPSEY
H M- A. ii
225 Pine Avenue, Milton 86, Massachusetts
Enjoys the simpler things of life - Is quiet and
peace-loving - Has avid interest in the field of psy-
chology - Enjoys knitting, gardening and spectator
sports - Can often be found in the vicinity of the
candy machine - Unphased by fads.
BEVERLY BACOT DICKSON
3350 Maud Street,
North West Washington 16, D.C.
Six? - Burning the candle at both ends - Big Chev- Y g
rolet - Old spite - Again tonight? - "Love For
Sale" - All day, all night - Are you kidding me?
359 Oneida Drive, Pasadena, California
FOODS AND NUTRITION
CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL RINGS
REPRESENTATIVE TO COLLEGIATE COUNCIL
OF THE UNITED NATIONS
ASSISTANT EDITOR OF YEARBOOK
PRESIDENT OF WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB
Ginger Giggles-It's been real-I'm fat and ugly,
and my mother dresses me funny - Everything is in
' You're just kidding.
California. - Remember sour hour in Bermuda -
SUSAN NORINE DOWNES
2 Bonad Road,
Marblehead Neck, Massachusetts
FOODS AND NUTRITION
Dimples that twinkle: eyes the same - Oh no! We
forgot the broiler! Gavinned! Crash! - johnny
Walker - Mt. Snow-ho-ho - Babaloovie.
419 Commonwealth Avenue,
Boston 15, Massachusetts
DECORATION COINIZNIITTEE, GARLAND LEAGUE
Twist again - Goodbye, quiet girl, Connecticut? -
Quiet, I'm sleeping again - Bridge, anyone? - Home
over the ocean! - "A faithful friend is a strong de-
fense, and he that hath found such hath found a
JULIA DAVIS FERRY
43 Oldbrook Lane,
Grosse Point Farms, M ichigan
FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT
SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT '
Pecan hangover - Oh rats, I didn't gain any weight A
- Winnie the Pooh - Organization - Tweeds-he , D
he - Ivlm mia if had to be 700 words? - Hold ana
- Now, girls - Dr. McDnniel's favorite. '
SARAH IRLAND FIELD
4 HOUSE COUNCIL PRESIDENT
"Beauty is a power, a smile is its sword" - Little
L ,F super-skier-A perfect pooh bear--Loves the out-
"7 of-doors and adventure.
ELLEN COLBY FISH
Elm Street, Canton, Massachusetts
DRAMATIC CLUB, PRESIDENT
I'm all happy type - Oh, it's so romantic - Onions,
garlic and lot'sa pizza - Truck driver laugh - Good
morning, you have a nzind like a pig - Oooh, Pop-
eye, you're so strong!
ANNE CARROLL FITZGERALD
East Acres, Troy, New York
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COM NI ITTEE
Sometimes it is one's nature to get away with murder
- It's about these champagne parties - Five no
trump - A love for independence - I'll walk,
thanks! - That alley situation - Laundry bags --
I deceiving, you believing, what need lovers wish for
MARY MARSHALL FLAHERTY
103 East Leasure Avenue,
New Castle, Pennsylvania
Common ly known as flat - A peppermint princess --
Let's go back to Bermuda - IfVhere's my motorcycle?
- Tune in flat - Weekly calls to Moms and Dad
nnzs - Mad passion for Spain! - He has to be lall!
- The girl with the Credit Card - Bla-cle Bla, Bla.
MARGARET JANE FORELLI
1 4 Maggie, ,
3 Vista Avenue, Old Greenwich, Connecticut
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COMNIITTEE
Island in the sun - Carlos Montoy - Irfan. Sebavtia n
de Elcano - What's that club that starts with P? -
4 Roman toga - Chic - How pathetic - Suave, blase,
and noncllalant - Family crest - Spaghetti and
SUZANNE LEE FOSTER
9 Ainsworth Road, Winchester, Massachusetts
Chairman of Decoration Committee
Silly giggle - The car in front of 415 - The Boston
Accent - Slmzua - The Cape - Invasion of Mass.
Maritime - Wlzere's my committee?
I BARBARA JEAN FRAIL
4 Applegarth Road,
I' Newton Centre, Massachusetts
Petite five - Oh, those late hours - What would
you do if the truck broke down?
MARY WASHINGTON FRAZER
164 Broun Street, Providence, Rhode Island
ATHLETIC CLUB -1 VICE PRESIDENT
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" - OK? - You just lf I ,Q
don't understand - It was right here, NJ. - The I-:,F?f'i
five geese are hittin' the road again - How many
Mary jane bars? - The crushed tuners - You're a
year late, Mary - Slow gin hzz - Flippsy
CAROL MAE FRIEDLAND
15 Magnolia Drive, Great Neck, New York
WELFARE COMMITTEE, PRESIDENT
The most piercing scream at Garland - Always
heard saying: "Melinda, turn OH the rock and roll, I
have a headache. - I don't want to cut my nails -
, Don't clear the table, I'm not hnished - I can't de-
, cide. - But I was born with those black lines on my
EMILY RUTGERS FULLER
Moores Hill Road, Oyster Bay, New York
LEAGUE PUBLICITY COMINIITTEE
LITERARY EDITOR OF THE YEARBOOK
That laugh - Turtle-neck jerseys - No, I don't g
have any more gum - Known as Queen S. - It could .
be - He was a real charmer - Hey, Finklestein -
Mien Gott- Kackle, Kackle - Where did that fruit- gf,
cake come from? , .
SHARON LYNE FURNEAUX
65 Markland Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Procrastinator plus - Cold feet, warm heart -
Never knows where her allowance goes - Canada is
not the hftieth state - Has three sweaters going at
the same time.
BARBARA LINDA GOLDBERG
50 Hill Street, Malden, Massachusetts
BUSINESS STAFF OF YEARBOOK
Wlzo moved my ear? - It's gone - Oh, that's right
I didn't bring it today - It's worth a nickel to put .
your feet on the furniture - Why do I waste money L
on cigarettes? I never inhale. -- No one ever notices
that my hair is getting lighter.
W. JEAN GORDON
Salem Rofnd, WCSIOII, Connecticut
LIBRARY COU NCIL, SECRETARY
P. JOANNE GOLDBERG
47 Greensbrook Way,
Belmont 78, Massachusetts
CHAIRMAN OF THE LOUNGE
So what if I get a few parking tickets? - Petite.
HOUSE COIXINIITTEE CO-Cl-IAIRINIAN
They vc got those binoculars ont again tonight! -
Look what I whipped up today for tonight - Look
you freshmen von don t put a zipper in that way! -
What' I ou want me to do another hem? When's the
deadline? Cant decide to go West or South this
SUSAN LESLIE GREGG
67 Park Terrace East, New York 34, New York
DRAMATIC CLUB, 'TREASURE
Pajamas from Brooks and St. Andrew Brogues -
Oh, that dirty old man - To dance is to live -
Dahling, you must come to New York, it's so plush
- You don't know what yoifve got until you lose it.
HELENA PARSONS HALLOCK
Saint Mark Lane, Islip, New York
SECRETARY OF STUDENT COUNCIL
VICE-PRESIDENT OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The old faithful gray Falcon - It's about the "B" -
Pierced ears, Lena? - No matter what, I'm going to
Europe! - "I Could Have Danced All Night" - one
step alzead - Bend those knees, Lena! - Good
morning, Mr. Newcomb. - Oh, what now, Mary?
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
I am so nervous - Miss Blanehards student
. Squirt - International set Oh you ie wrong
A That hair- I look too masculine IVhat should I
wear? - Deb party in Central Park
JUDITH ANNE HANSEN
96 Stevenson Blvd., Eggertsville, New York
Pumpkin. face - Drives a hot fag - Her dream is
five kids, a St. Bernard, and a family-sized jaguar -
Sexy? - Her theme song is "I'1n a Big Girl Now"
- Always heard saying, "Anyone got anything they
d0n't want?" - Big bargain hunter.
SARAH JANE HAIGNSBURG
62-62 Alderton Street Rego Park New York
tonight? - Exercises! - Ten years, how many more
MARGOT BULMER HARDING
15 Wolcott Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts
EDITOR OF THE YEARBOOK
Eddy who? - 427 - What a life - How's B.U.? -
Where's Waltons? - The library? - Keep typing
- After the World Turns - Sunday night supper -
5 guests - 120-130 Tudor Street - Has anyone taken
any pictures? - It's about that laugh!
ELIZA BROOKE HENSLER
P.O. Box 312, Toms River, New jersey
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SECRETARY-TREASURER
lust another row - Sexy - Who is going swimming
to go? - I've waited a long time, but I'll wait forever.
NORMA ELIZABETH HIBBARD
Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts
BUSINESS STAFF FOR YEARBOOK
DAY SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE
Love those shoes, Norm - Dave's waiting for you
outside! - Was that a Riverside we just missed? -
Here comes the mixed up Little Red Riding Hood
- You're a kook - Set the date, Norma? - I saw
the cutest dress the other day!
HESTER KATHERINE HOLBROOK
3514 North Hackett Avenue,
STUDENT COUNCIL fy ,
NOTABLES PRESIDENT I A
GARLAND LEAGUE, VICE PRESIDENT .
Aspen Highlands Lassie - "Music washes away from
the soul the dust of everyday life" - "A good laugh
is sunshine in the house" - "for Williams, for Wil-
liams, for Williams" - World traveler - Enough
of this Mickey Mouse.
' KATHERINE HOLMAN
R.F.D. :f:,z':2, Lisbon, New Hampshire
S-S-S-Such a deal! - Can.'t wait to go up to Good Old
Cow, New Hampshire - Penny, what do I smell? -
But I want to live in Gaie Parie - Bug, bug, bug!
I - You've got the power!!! Do you know in France
they have the best . . . - Let's make with the clay,
MARY MAYHEW HOLMES
"Wyndham Hills", York, Pennsylvania
Stop bugging me -- You've got the power!!! - Kitty,
watch that New York Champagne!! - If I hear any
more about France, I will . . . - Did you get the
key from Mrs. L.?
NATALIE BAYARD HOWARD
23 Woodman Road,
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
LEAGUE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
Hello, Dahling!-,820 a month on cigarettes and
hair spray!! - Slurnming in flats - Pearls - Shall
we call the escort service? - Not another evening
dress? - 5' II", that's not too tall! - She's New
480 Oak Street, Winnetka, Illinois 1 ' yt,
CHILD STUDY ,
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COMM ITTEE '
"Where your treasure is, there will be your heart
also" - Thank heaven for Thursdays! - I know, I
know, "Patience is a virtue" - And such voice qual- V
ity! - Laundry bags - Ski fan.
TRINTJE DuBOIS JANSEN
40 Channing Road, Dedham, Massachusetts
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COMINIITTEE
I'll mediate for you if you'll mediate for me - Oh,
really? - No -- not Bergdorfs - Army, Navy Sur-
plus! - I'm glad I didn't get any mail! - Does this
match? - Weedioskoviteh - Look, I set my hair -
Really adjusting to dorm life.
ALICE VIRGINIA JEWETT
316 Main Street, Calais, Maine l
I don't believe it! - You know it's funny - That's
true . . . - Really? - It's a riot - Oh, Strength!
MAREL SUE JONES
20 Old Barn Road, F airfield, Connecticut
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
wiv' Experience is the best teacher -- Erratic Dieter -
1 "If you can't love the one you love, then love the one
. you're near" - Anyone for bridge? - "Honor lies
Q' in honest toil" - "Success comes to those who lead
a life of endeavor."
SUSAN PATRICIA KELLEY
333 Worcester Street, Wellesley Hills, Mass.
FRESHMAN CLASS SECRETARY-TREASURER
GARLAND LEAGUE PRESIDENT
STUDENT coUNc1L Z , y
NEWMAN CLUB 7 ' A A'lVC
"Brains, beauty, and charm" - A date for a dance? '
Righto! - A bit of Australia, are ye? i 1' f
759 Morningside Road, Ridgewood, N. J.
Petite - I'm just freezing - New .Ioisey - Chatter-
box - Nervous.
LINDA SUSAN KOPS
"Kopsie" "Beaver" "Kopertone"
42 Olmstead Road, Scarsdale, New York
RIDING CLUB CHAIRMAN
Around New York in I5 hours! - Saddle sores and
sweet sailin' - Hi - Cocktail clippers - Twistin',
Sl0ppin', Stomibirf, or bust! - "Moon River" and
BARBARA ANN KURZINA
DIANE CLARE LQIRUCHELLE
' I "LaRoch"
r' , I 7 Henderson Avenue, Andover, M assacliuseus
:LQ CHILD STUDY
No, it's not a day camp - They're my brothers and
sisters! - No, I d0n't parlez-vous! - Dion - Burn
the midnight oil - I don't know about this dorm
Hifi life - No, I won't tell you what to do - Be an
- f individual.
VIRGINIA SARALYN LONGINO
50 Aspen Avenue, Auburndale, Massachusetts
GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT
"A smile is a whisper of a laugh" - Mixers are mix-
ups? - Always singing- What shall I wear? - Say
a prayer for me tonight - Five years later.
MILDRED DOUGLASS MAPP
HOUSE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
That Confederate fiag - Right, good - Girls, please
remember tlze rules . . . - 9:30 bedtime - Gotta
get my sleep! - Searby - Hey Lady! - Soft dreamy
records - Shore gang!!
JUDITH AMANDA MARA
257 Chestnut Street, West Newton, Mass.
FOODS AND NUTRITION
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COIVIINIITTEE
A swinging place, that S.A.E. - Huh jude? - I'rn
quitting- I'm never taking the M.T.A. again - Does
anyone have a hair net?
MARY LOUISE MARCY
330 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts
ART, EDITOR OF YEARBOOK
"Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice" - Sour
hours - "The pleasantest things in life are pleasant
thoughts" - W'hat's Garland like on the weekends?
SANDRA MARY MARDEN I
32 Sunset Drive, Sarasota, Florida
YEARBOOK LAYOUT COMMITTEE
In case of attack, I'1n heading for the nearest Civil 5
Defense Shelter fThe Eliot Loungej.
SHEILA CATHERINE MARTIN
68 Oakview Terrace, Short Hills, New jersey
1 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
One-way passage to Europe - just a minute - So
long, Charlie - Twists to anything - House in the
" country - Too much to do in too little time - All
things in good time.
SUSAN ANN MARTIN
Intervale, New Hampshire
Another day of those little darlings - How about
another soft boiled egg this morning? - I just bought f
something and I'm not going to tell him about it -
Will you please shut 00' my radio?
CAROLYN WOODCOCK MCCLUNEY
7 Oakleigh Lane, St. Louis 24, Missouri
. CHILD STUDY
V E, "A good heart is worth gold" - Sour hour in Ber-
X muda - Short fingernails? - Are you kidding me?
i - About those five days at the beginning of the
I ' year . . .
48 Marshall Road
In the lounge - a friendly smile for everyone - How
can I carry all these books? - learn? sewing! - Does
anyone have change fora quarter? - I get my exer-
cise climbing Garland stairs - Did you see the bul- -X
letin board? '
MARY ELLEN MESSINA
20 Avalon Road, Needham, Massachusetts
PRESIDENT OF NEWVMAN CLUB
A lovely person in entirety - Style is the essence -
What, what . . . - I don't believe it! - The girl
in the window with the mink coat!
DIANE CHARLOTTE FAY MILLER
185 Kirkstall Road, Newtonville, Massachusetts
FOOD AND NUTRITION
So bubbling and bright - Never a moment without
a smile - El Kabonggavinned - Mt. Snow-ho-ho-ho
- High metabolism - Tuck's little wife - Try that
LESLIE HARRIET MILLER
40 Pinridge Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass.
NEVVMAN CLUB VICE PRESIDENT
l'm all sick - Blond - What color did you say, Les?
- Frankie - That dress is bl-ue, not lavender -
Have some llladeirn, M'dear? - It's about those
walks in the rain.
MELINDA ELIZABETH MITCHELL
6 Upland Road, Baltimore IO, Maryland
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Having a ball- Anyone going to the Del? - There
goes the 1:00 jet to Baltimore - The last of the great
sleepers - What a walk and a giggle. l
SHEILA RUTH MORRIS
4836 Old Boston Road, Dudsborgh 27, Penna.
Right good - See my new blanket? - l'm from
Roanoke - South Pittsburgh - Do I realbw have to
cut my nails, Miss Doig? - At the beach - Has a
fabulous flavor - Four letters - All male.
MARY CAROLYN O'CONOR
120 Juniper Road, Belmont, Massachusetts
HOSTESS COMINIITTEE, CHAIRMAN
"The hostess with the mostessn Pet peeve is hockey
games - Hi hon - Ambition is to join the Ai?
Force - The only French-fried blond at Garland -
Favorite expression, "Anyone for donuts?"
MARQUERITE HILLMAN OLIVER
Persimman Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
' SECRETARY OF THE STUDENT HOUSE
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, SWIMMING
Of course - You joshen? - It was jolly - Idol, Ray
S Charles - Happy Monday - How nervous!
LUCY ANNE PAGE
23 Glengreen, Winchester, Massachusetts
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
SECRETARY OF THE SENIOR CLASS
I just don't believe it - Lipsy - I'm not asleep, I'm
thinking - It's about those Marshfield parties -
"What'd I Say" - "My Love's Becoming a Thing of
MARY CARLETON PEAR
20 Church Street, Greenwich, Connecticut
NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Dr. Pear - Those diets - Frustrated hnger painter
- a fiirt - Ze vite ghost - you're just jealous -
. Haruarclis newest R.O.T.C. recruit - Sunday night
papers - Shortest ease of mono on history - The
ANNE ROGERS PINKERTON
177 Lowder Street, Dedham, Massachusetts
FOOD AND NUTRITION ' , A!
Who's in a cloud? - Saucer blue - Such a dry sense "O
of humor -- Harmony much? - Wanna play bridge? '
- Hi boysssss, howsssss the jassssss? - Forget it!
PATRICIA GRACE PLUM
"Adsamore House," Chatham, Massachusetts
s'rUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT
' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
PRESIDENT OF THE ERESHMAN CLASS
. GARLAND LEAGUE
Smile - Frustration in art - Oh, Mr. Brown, I just
It love Daumier - The Roman look - Running
' " around - "Small Sad Sam."
WENDY KELLOGG PLUMB
Syosset, Long Island, New York
That's a dear sort of thing, but kinda naughty-
Ambition: to ride Blue Wave through the splash
jump in japan -I know I failed-Always a laugh
- Tally Ho -Dorchester gang- Uohnnie: Ht-'s got
86 Hovey Street, Watertown, Massachusetts
' FOODS AND NUTRITION
LEAGUE REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE
DAY STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE
Let's twist- those brothers-"Then I saw her eye
was bright, a well of love, a spring of light."
DAWN LOUISE PRIEM
88 Audubon Road, Wellesley Hills,
Party girl-snoring- Who shall I be tonight-
Never hold a grudge-Ray Charles-"Where the
Boys Are"-I'll never get my hair done in time-
those blind dates-Pickles- Her poetry - Whafd
ya say?- Oh, that dinner dress- Yes, Mrs. Powers,
I ate the turkey.
520 Berkley Avenue, Orange, New Jersey
I got a letter from Tim today - Three cheers for the
Marines- Who wants to play tennis with me? -
I'll start my diet tomorrow.
BENE ANDREE RAWLS
Chantecler Estates, Ste. Adele-en-Haut,
Doesn't my hair look longer today? - I'm so toyid -
Well, up North . . .--Penny Pitou's double from Ste.
Adele - Has a debutante slouch, making it rough on
the slopes, but easy at Garland.
SUSAN ALDEN REEVES
206 Dawes Avenue, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Those over stuged suitcases - Think positive - ,Ioan
Baez-May I borrow?-Pensive, I gotta talk with
you "Early to bed, early to rise"-Brown-Harvard
Yard-Beulah - Hey lady!
JOAN RENA SANDOW A I
Fruity Street, Woodsville, Massachusetts
FOOD AND NUTRITION E
LEAGUE REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE L
Hi, how are you doing? - Cooperative, always lends s
a helping hand.
31 Otsego Road, Worcester, Massachusetts
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT
. Q STUDENT COUNCIL
'af' " See and ski at 5 A.M. -Ah, honn-ay ain't it nice-
, 3, Selling skivvies to j.F.K.'s wife-phone calls at 7
' f, A.M. from Harriet Hangnail-'till "Ruby" is worth
"One Hundred Pounds of Clay"
SUSAN CAROLYN SMITH
5 Morrison Avenue, Wakefield, Massachusetts
LEAGUE DECORATION COMMITTEE
My name is Bethel, the cleanin' lady from North
Station . . .-I'm nodink-toed-Taking care of
junior-Meeting the craziest people on szibways- 1
I'm quitting this nasty habit.
JOANNA ELIZABETH STOWE
55 Appleton Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts
fl! GLEE CLUB
Those Rockport weekends and the Sunday after-
It ' Tuesdays - Freudian Furbulls - Fried rice - Gypsy
X ' Rover - H arvard?-N ichols?-H AR VARD-N ext year?
Chestnut Ridge Road, Mount Kisco, New York
Look at my hair: It's grown so long - Oh, be serious!
Scotkins are made in Seotsville, U.S.A. - I've been
pretty good about it this year, I haven't said a word
PATRICIA ANN VICKERS
3 Brassie Road, Eastchester, New York
LAYOUT COMMITTEE FOR YEARBOOK
FIRE AND AIR RAID CHIEF
napolis - Anybody for a bathtub party? - Watch
out for those motor scooter accidents - The crack in
the wall- Whiskey sours under the clock at the Bilt-
more - Those fireplace dinners
MARY ANN WALSH
35 Hilcrest Road, Needham 92, Massachusetts
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
YEARBOOK BUSINESS COMMITTEE
Friend to all- A heart of gold - Promise? - Super '
sensitive - Everyone's pal - Say you're sorry s
Connie Francis - Has you got wirrry hair? - An-
CAROL DOUGLAS WHEELER
428 Salisbury Street, Holden, Massachusetts
HOUSE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
A friend is someone who doubles your joys and halves
.. f' t your sorrows - Mrs. Wheels - Sour hour in Bermuda
.,f - Sorry, but I'll be a little late - I'm so excited
CONSTANCE ELIZABETH WHITE
36 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands,
YEARBOOK LAYOUT STAFF
Oh, no, not another notice on the bulletin board,
what did I do this time?-Good morning, Mr.
Holmes-When Connie's car breaks down she re-
sorts to her hobby horse and tricyele-Doesn't my
car look great, I just had it buffed for the third time
NANCY JO WHITE
57 Wood Street, Nashua, New Hampshire
Where's your skirt Mary? - Tippsy - The great pro
tector- Yellow roses -The gooses lzit the laundra
mat- Got to get that record - "Love for Sale" -
-,--V1-I f Three o'clock walk - "Sound of M usic"
52 River Street, Boston, Massachusetts
I don't believe it- Unorganized - What am I going
to do about my hair? - Petite feet - Laugh - Good
LINDA SUE WILBUR
524 West Chicago Street, Bronson, Michigan
Smalltown kid-john - Oh boy, more cookies-
Letters from Germany - Miss B.B.K. - New contacts
- Unheated room - What should I drink - Those
late hours-I've really got to do this-Boxes from
JUDY HIGH ZIEGLER
158 Hampshire Road, Wellesley Hills 81,
CO-CI-IAIRMAN OF LEAGUE PUBLICITY
CO-PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR OF THE YEARBOOK
Can't wait to go back to Phila?" -Skin like a cameo
-I promise to shorten my clothes this vacation, girls
- "Small World" -Hi gang-But I'm trying to be
quiet-I don't believe it-I have a coffee date to-
night - Wants to teach children, art.
ELAINE CLAIRE FRIED
17197 Wilpemere Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
I finished another sweater - Can't wait to be home-
ward bound - Elaine loves school so much that she
had already been in college for a year before coming
to Garland. She plans to try another college next
September. - How's Michigan and Pi Lamda Phi?
PATRICIA MARY MANDELL
2 Ridgewood Road, Toronto 10, Ontario
Hey, what's the big smile for? - I'm sick - Oh! Gel
away from me! - I'm so fat! - Stop picking - I've
got to have my hair set before . . . - Canada is not
the 50th state!
E IOR CLASS
Helena Hallock, Vice President
Julia Ferry, President
Lucy Page, Secretary
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Colleges all over the world welcome their freshmen with open
arms in September. Each girl who came to Garland for the first time
last fall was an individual with her own fears and hopes. Each girl
read the Garland Catalogue, however, not one of us knew what college
was actually all about. The seniors welcomed us and made us feel
immediately at home, and before long we became a part of the college.
The individuals all became uladiesn, "Garland Girls." Soon we found
our place both in the resident houses and in the different departments
of the school.
In our first year at Garland we have squirted water through Bunsen
Burners and have spilled paint on living room rugs. We have also
realized that being a college student means more than doing classroom
work. We have learned the meaning of responsibility. It takes girls
with initiative and outright nerve to take on the jobs which eventually
produce mixers, dances, dinners, a newspaper, a yearbook, an organized
library, and the school's internal co-ordination in general. We hope we
have learned enough this year to be able to fit into the shoes the seniors
leave behind and do as good a job as they have done.
Anne Delafield, Vice President
Sue Cambell, President
Doe Warner, Secretary
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Virgina Abbott, Priscella Belmont, Margot Harding fEditorJ, Emily Fuller.
Judy Broggini, Mary Louise Marcy, Judy Ziegler, Sheila Donnell.
THE C0 M0 WE LTH
Meeting every Wednesday since October,
the 1962 Yearbook Staff of Garland have been
seen with pencils behind their ears, biting their
nails, and tearing their hair out trying to meet
Heard during yearbook meetings: "What
size shall we make the book? What kind of
finish on the paper? Who is going to help with
the drawings? How many pages should we
have? DO something! The seniors have just
got to get their pictures in. Do YOU have a
camera? Call a meeting. What sort of a lay-
out should we use for this page? Ads are im-
perative. How can we finance the book? We
need more adslu
We have tried to offer you a yearbook that
will bring back memories of good friends and
good times. However, we must all be careful
not to cling to these memories but rather to
cherish them so that they can help us to grow
and learn. Benjamin Franklin has said, "To-
day is yesterdayls pupil." We will all be going
in different directions to new, exciting, and
perhaps unknown futures. But with the help
of the 1962 Commonwealth, we, the staff, hope
that you will always remember Garland.
Left to right first row Hester Holbrook, Millie Mapp, Lena Hallock, Lynn Murrah,
Pat Plum Cpresidentj Kathy Cronan Melinda Mitchell, Judy Hansen. Second row:
Sue Reeves Muffy Clark Linda Trimmingham, Anne Chadwick, Mary Pear,
The Student Council is every studentis se-
curity and responsibility. It is designed to solve
academic and social problems which affect the
welfare of the college as a whole. Its decisions
are the result of careful consideration by the
members of the council and, thanks to the
support of Garland's students, I feel we have
accomplished our goal.
Left to right, front row: Judy Ziegler, Brenda Farber, Mary Ellen Burke. Second
row: Janet Farnham, Jeanne Gordon, Sheila Donnell, Julie Ferry, Sue Foster,
Barbara Birdsall, Charlotte Biddle, Ellen Fish, Miss Kiley. Third row: Carolyn
O'Conor, Pat Plum, Sue Cambell, Cinda Sessions, Hester Holbrook. Missing, presi-
dent, Sue Kelley, Carol Friedland, Margot Harding, Diane Fay, Rose Jean Chang.
THE GARLAND LE GUE
Philanthropic activities are an important
aspect of the League. The girls participate in
the welfare drive, volunteer work, and social
events for underprivileged people.
Throughout the year the League has in-
cluded among its activities picnics, splash-
parties, mixers with local colleges, as well as
informal concerts. At the annual skit night,
Minot House was presented with a Revere
bowl for its winning skit. Among the highlights
of the year were the colorful Christmas Ball,
the evening at the Pops, and Spring Weekend.
The League climaxed its year of successful
activities with a school-wide beach party.
Back row: Mary Frazer, Nancy Jo White, Lucy Page, Hellena Hallock, Andria
Papitto, Ellen Fish, Susan Gregg, Janet Chace. Front row: Virginia Abbott,
Deborah Morgan, Marianne Smith, Alice Costello, Betsy Richland, Marnie Coyle,
Emily Fuller, Mr. Holmes, Marcia Cady, Mary Louise Marcy.
As the constitution of the Broom and Palette
The objectives of this organization are as
A. To promote an interest in and apprecia-
tion of the theatre.
B. To provide theatrical entertainment of
the highest possible calibre.
C. To develop the individual as a person
through the gaining of poise and self-confi-
dence on the stage and through the necessary
team-work involved both on and OH the stage.
Left to right, front row: Bonnie Boas, Doflie Mixter, Joan Pearson, Wendy Sweet, Barbara Frail, Marel Jones,
Helen Hayes, Lee Bliss. Second row: Ginny Abbott, Debbie Morgan, Mary Ellen Messina, Molly Born,
Andrea Papitto, Joan Mehegan, Sheila Donoghue, Georgia Nichols, Karin Brams, Dawn Priem, Peggy
Chamberlain, Toni Shust, Sandy Livingston. Missing: Sissy Longino fpresidentl.
The 1961-62 Glee Club under the direction
of Mrs. Dimmock performed for the Christ-
mas Assembly. Johann Vierdanck's Christmas
Concerto, Lo, I Bring Tidings, scored for two
flutes fwith Karin Brams playing Flute Ill
and old German, French and English carols
The Glee Club will perform for the 1962
graduating class at the Gardner Museum. The
success and increased enrollment of the club
has been enhanced by the interest and en-
thusiasm of its members.
Left to right: Judy Broggini, Barbara Smiley, Ellen Fish, Anne Pinkerton, Barbie
Braun, Debbie Morgan, Julie Ferry, Janet Chase, Sue Smith. At piano, Hester
It's "Misty" in "The Blue Roomi' and
"Smoke Gets in Our Eyes" with "The Sound
of Music" filling the air. They say "It's Won-
derful" - "We Have the Sun in the Morning
and the Moon at Night." So "Remember"
whenever you "Say It with Musien "Dim All
the Lights" and "Make Yourself Comfortable?
Front: Wendy Sweet, Doflie Mixter. Left to right, first row: Joan Sandow,
Ellen Gourley, Faith Anderson, Ginny Abbott Cpresidentl, Jeanne Gordon,
Toni Shust, Joan Pearson. Second row: Pat Grooves, Jugee Wilhelm, Charlotte
Biddle, Sallie Parsons, Miss Willar,
The Library Council, working under the
direction of Miss Willar, has gone a long
way in re-organizing itself from the depths
of last year.
Each house has two representatives, working
together to build up a bigger and better library.
With the aid of donations from both outside
and inside Garland, the library is growing
It is up to the Library Council to see that
the library is run smoothly and that all seem-
ingly large problems are kept to a bare mini-
mum. With cooperation from everybody in
the future, the library will continue to run
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Left to right, first row: Bonnie Boas, Karin Brams, Sue Smith, Nancy Emest,
Mary Ellen Messina, Nancy Jo White, Lucy Page, Toni Shust, Brooks Skinner.
Second row: Hester Holbrook. Mrs. Winer, Cinda Sessions, Sheila Donoghue.
Third row: Andrea Papitto, Mary Frazer, Lena Hallock, Jane Van Vranken,
Patty Mandel, Nealie Thompson, Doe Warner, Lucia Gordon, Debby Hicks,
Nancy Keyes, Sara Loutrel, Mary Jo Hainsworth.
The purpose of the Athletic Association is
to stimulate student interest and participation
fe in various athletic activities, thereby creating
a more unified school spirit. In the autumn,
horse-back riding through the brilliant foliage
of the Fellsway Reservation is stimulating and
invigorating. The first snow fall is an indica-
tion, to repair and wax skiis and to start any
dry ski lessons in preparation for weekend ski
trips. The club takes trips to some of New
England's finest winter resorts. The University
Club, in Boston, offers swimming pool and
dressing rooms for either pleasure or for com-
petitions. Bowling, tennis and badminton are
offered at the Boston Tennis and Badminton
Club. In the Spring, the Athletic Association
takes advantage of leisurely sailing along the
Top to bottom: Miss Blanchard, Doe Warner, Hester Holbrook, Sara Loutrel,
Ellen Gourley, Sue Oswald, Karin Brams. Lucy Page, Carol Wheeler, Muflie Clark,
Sheila Donnell Cpresidentl.
Today it is imperative that every young
person be well informed. How can we vote or
converse intelligently as American citizens if
we are not aware of what is going on in the
world? A group of interested girls, realizing
the necessity for informed students, began a
World Affairs Club this past year. Some have
been delegates to the Collegiate Council for the
,WO United Nations Conventions, both local and
nation-wide. These conventions have enabled
the girls to learn about other countries, as well
AFP R as our own and to listen to and to meet world
leaders such as Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru. As participants in the Great Decisions
CL television programs, each girl was given the
opportunity to voice her own ideas and opin-
ions. The World Affairs Club has been a
broadening experience and has helped a few of
the Garland students become more informed.
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NATICJNAL TUDE T
Awareness is the prime objective of the
N. S. A. Awareness within the Garland student
body, within the campuses of colleges and uni-
versities all over the United States of the
growing trends, issues, and feelings of students
nationally and socially. It has been Garland's
main objective to take part in this ever grow-
ing awareness. This has been done by reading
the N. S. A. literature and attending their
meetings in and around the New England area.
Left to right, first row: Sue Oswald, Andrea Papitto, Ann Delafield, Sara Loutrel.
Marty Coyle. Second row: Miss Kiley, Kathy Cronan, Mary Ellen Messina
fpresidentl, Mary Jo Hainsworth. Third row: Rosemary Pluncket, Carolyn
O'Conners, Connie White, Maryann Walsh, Joan Mehegan.
Under the guidance of Miss Kiley, the Newman Club meets every
Friday at noon. This is a Catholic organization and is a stem of the
Newman Club center of Boston. Each week they have as their guest
a diiferent priest who lectures to them and answers questions. Some of
the girls attended the nation-wide Newman Club leadership week-end.
Once a month the club is given the opportunity to participate in the
holy hour at Saint Patricks Manor.
Being new on the list of Garland real-estate purchases, 315 Com-
monwealth Avenue made its new and grand appearance, along with
its new house advisor Mrs. Messer, this past September. We soon
discovered that we were the only freshman dormitory and living up
to the standards we set for ourselves, we discovered that after mid-
semester exams first term no one was on academic probation. We were
one of only two houses with such a record. This was quite an achieve-
ment, considering the fact that we spent the first two months of school
with neither desks nor chairs.
Our Sunday night suppers started off with a big bang, with a huge
influx of attractive males. Conditions have remained this way since.
We have had our share of blind dates, snowball fights, Saturday morn-
ing breakfasts, and a great variety of maids - until our glorious Maybell
arrived. Upon the arrival of spring, you will see a mass exodus of 315
girls parading to class in their newly-acquired dungaree skirts.
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As one enters 329, from the dining room drift the strains of
"Aye-Yi-Yi-Yi," while from the living room comes "Where Have All
The Flowers Gone?". Although there are only two girls in the house
who are members of Glee Club, with the help of Trintji on the guitar
and Barbi on the piano the rest of the girls make a never-ending attempt.
Poor Mrs. Reardon. Our Christmas season was launched with a carol-
sing next door at Saint Patrickls Manor and enthusiastic knitting of
sweaters for lucky boys, many of whom joined us later for a very
successful dinner before the Christmas dance. Laughies! By then our
decorations were in order and our twice-fallen tree was securely tied
to prevent a third fall.
Following Christmas, Barbi Bustian's engagement, Melonis week-
end at Trinity as sweetheart of Theta Zi, Sheila's arrival from Colorado,
as well as Randi's and Melonis triumphant honor roll standing high-
lighted the dark winter months.
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We may be small, but good things always come in little packages.
Here we are in 337. The way we live-
It seems like Heaven.
We do good dishes and ring the bell 5
When the cooking Hops we hit the Del.
The seniors leave this little will
In hopes the freshmen will fulfill:
Priscilla leaves her foreign legion to Dianag
Charlotte leaves a few inches to Marianneg
Carol leaves her eyeliner to Judy Crowe 5
Lynne leaves her boarder-crossing card to Barbie 5
Judy H. leaves her "inn to Brooke and Patty,
Since they need it badlyg
Melinda leaves her four minutes after rising
To Pam and Marie Jog
Carolyn leaves her dinner dress to Susang
Judy Z. leaves her needle and thread to Anng
The entire house leaves Mrs. Jenkins a yearns supply of Heinz Ketchup.
The freshmen give their seniors to the cold
world, assuring it that they will cause another
Will We ever Forget . . .
Visitors with aprons hiding under Nellie's bed . . . Beer cans strewn
in obvious places . . . Thorough protection from Angie the cop . . . That
soft sexy telephone voice . . . Or the elephants returning from a late
permission night at Harvard . . . Figi sarangs . . . Gr flirting with the
thermometer . . . Or the terrible addiction to casual living A sack
of oranges and a tanned housemother . . . Sprmg fever and a life of
First impressions . . . midnight hunger pangs . . . beans and prunes
- oh no, not again! . . . many contagious laughs . . . "any guests for
Sunday Night Supper?" . . . Diaqueries on Cloud Ten . . . lost week-
ends in Philadelphia and Providence . . . Dartmouth on the dining
room table . . . a missing coat - rack . . . those uniform dinner dresses
. . . and then there werenlt four . . . Tammy is our new girl . . . the
changing of the keys . . . snow on the red carpet . . . Merry Christmas:
two diamonds and a sapphire . . . post-Christmas Ball soiree at 330
Beacon Street . . . intermural communications via the back alley . . .
the Bridge contingent . . . "oh come on, Miss Cameron, it's a good
shown . . . faithful Susan and her fabulous cuisine . . . Eddie: big mail-
man on campus . . . problems in the pantry: Mary, Isabell, Mary,
Helma, Margery, Araxi . . . episode of the pierced ears . . . those two a.m.
phone calls . . . two new faces in February . . . two Chips, a Heart of
Sterling and Dennis the Menace . . . "Fd just like to say" . . . Memories
Are Made of This.
O my soul!
U got the power!!"
Within the structure of the house, vibrating sounds can be heard.
For example: "Watch out for your heads, here comes the falling plaster!
Dripping faucets - "What's not on the menu? - But Mrs. L., Ben
Casey is an educational program! - "Where has all the Noxema gone
long time passing? It's about those blinds and claw marks on the win-
dows - And, as for that painting and that simply divine tapestry -
Park that gum and not in that unemptied ashtray! - It's mashed
potatoes time again this Thursday, poof!!
There's that breakfast for five at 7:00 AM and then off to the
bruises with the bratsg aye yah!! Then while the rest of us are sitting
around trying to read the newspaper some one is bound to say, "Good
morning, is this Ceramics Day? - Hi fella!!! - How was watercolor
night er ah day? - It's about that clay out in the Concord swamps 5
during Spring semester . . .! Class, real class!"
Socially, mixed or unmixed, we indulge in singing and saying :'
Wee-oooh! - Hiding behind the livingroom couch and sharing dates
is simply swinging! - Statistics say . . .! - Late-night charades - We
love you Conrad, . . . - "There was an old woman who lived in a
shoe! - and finally, park that gum!
4-O7 was ably represented this year in the Student Council and
House Council by Susan Reeves, Janie Chase, Cyndy MacColl, and
Dolly Hall. We also took great pleasure in welcoming Chantal LeMonier
who came to us from Paris to study for the second semester.
All of us this year have enjoyed maintaining the traditional home-
life found in the individual houses. We have had a very happy year
and are deeply indebted to Mrs. Powers, whose guidance and under-
standing nature will always remain with us.
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Our house is in the center of all the activity of the school. We are
proud to be depended upon when the school wants to entertain the
Board of Trustees, Parents on parents' day, people at functions such as
school dances, and the girls who have classes here every day. We were
proud to have the Scientists of New England entertained here.
Within the house our problems have consisted of nothing greater
than necessary noise and the overly-large consumption of food. The
milkman has testified to the fact that he delivers more milk to this
house than any of the others despite the fact that many houses have
more girls than we. We have worked together to solve whatever prob-
lems we have had, and we appreciate Mrs. Holt's contributions.
Our house is one of leaders as anyone can see from the represen-
tation of our girls in such activities as the Garland League, the Athletic
Association, Glee Club, Great Decisions, Student Council, Notables,
class offices, and the yearbook.
UN ,HY TV' ii
419 on Charlesgate East
Have accomplished feats that can't be beat.
November came and then skit night
We were victorious, to our delight.
The seniors sang in gay December,
A night all freshmen will remember.
Back after Christmas 'till Semester break 5
Then off to the slopes where skiing was great
Vacation was wonderful, grades were better,
Three Child D majors made the letter.
Soon down the aisle in caps and gowns
Into the wide world seniors are bound.
Now the freshmen are left to esteem
The high traditions of 419.
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Passing through the Day Studentis lounge in 415 we are aware
of the hubhub and flighty activity of the Day Students. We find the
lounge is alive with-melodies and voices drifting from the radio. Lunch
time brings all the Day Students together. On every other Wednesday
they hold a meeting when their Stu-G representatives inform them of
new happenings around the school. At the front lounge we are greeted by
a group of girls who are holding a jam session before an exam or
watching a favorite T.V. program. Hours seem to fly by in the lounge.
This year the Day Students elected a President of the lounge to
head a 'ckeep the lounge clean campaign." We must commend Gold-
burg on the good job she did. All the signs and fines lead the Day Stu-
dents to plans of remodeling the lounge which is now in progress.
The incidents of the year - the joys, the sorrows, the setbacks,
and the triumphs - make us glad we are Day Students at Garland.
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Allis, Mary, 2300 W. Fairy Chasm Road, Milwaukee 17, Wisc.
Allison, Elizabeth, 922 Elm Street, Winnetka, Ill.
Anderson, Faith, 36 Monterey Road, Worcester, Mass.
Bakutis, Barbara, Navy No. 127, Box 14, cfo Postmaster Seattle, Wash.
Barlow, Grace, 5285 Partridge Lane N.W., Washington 16, D.C.
Bastian, Barbara, R.F.D. 4t1, Mystic, Conn.
Batchelder, Dorothy, 675 Hale Street, Beverly Farms, Mass.
Beere, Barbara, 12 West Hills Road, New Canaan, Conn.
Black, Pamela, Page Road, Lincoln, Mass.
Bliss, Lee, 422 June Street, Fall River, Mass.
Boas, Bonnie, 314 Airdale Road, Rosemont, Pa.
Bradshaw, Susan, 25 Edgehill Road, Little Rock, Ark.
Brady, Alice, 115 Christy Hill Road, Darien, Conn.
Brams, Karin, Box 27, West Alexandria, Ohio
Braun, Barbara, 1585 Orlando Road, Pasadena, Cal.
Brereton, Matilda, 635 Old Mill Road, Pittsburg 38, Pa.
Briansky, Simone, 187 Winthrop Road, Brookline 46, Mass.
Brocka, Rose, 24 Larivee Lane, West Springfield, Mass.
Broydrick, Gail, 7 Park View Drive, Hingham, Mass.
Buddy, Nancy, 310 West 86th Street, New York, N.Y.
Bughman, Pamela, R.D. 42, Liginier, Penn.
Burguet, Marianne, 10 Butternut Hill Road, Worcester 9, Mass.
Burley, Louise, 173 Border Street, Cohasset, Mass.
Burn, Elizabeth, The Green, Washington, Conn.
Cahaly, Vivian, 153 Belleview Road, Watertown, Mass.
Campbell, Susan, 155 W. Springettsbury Ave., York, Pa.
Canterbury, Gay, 8 Rockwood Road, Hingham, Mass.
Chadwick, Anne, R.F.D. 84, Box 51, Portland, Maine
Chamberlain, Margaret, West River Road, Rumson, N.J.
Chasson, Ellen, 294 Highland Avenue, West Newton, Mass.
Costello, Alice, 40 Taber Avenue, Providence, R.I.
Corcoran, Nancy, Hood Road, Egypt, Mass.
Courtright, Suzanne, 763 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, Mass.
Cowper, Holliday, 1 Rockledge Avenue, Scarborough, N.Y.
Cox, Denise, 134 Mt. Vernon Street, Dedham, Mass.
Coyle, Margaret, 11 Thompson Street, Barrington, R.I.
Cronin, Katherine, 30 Thompson Lane, Milton 87, Mass.
Crowe, Judith, 11 Stone Tower Lane, Barrington, R.I.
Cussin, Janet, 88 Highland Road, Winchester, Mass.
Danner, Linda, 5725 Central Avenue, Indianapolis 20, Ind.
Davis, Suzanne, 575 Union Street, Brookline, Mass.
Delafield, Ann, Midbrook Lane, Darien, Conn.
Desloge, Diane, 24 Foreway Drive, Ladue, Md.
DeVincent, Elaine, 171 Trapelo Road, Waltham 54, Mass.
Donoghue, Sheila, R.F.D. it2, Rochester, Minn.
Ducharme, Julie, 611 University Place, Grosse Point 30, Mich.
Durham, Barbara, 317 North 28th Street, Allentown, Pa.
Eisenschiml, Anita, 1458 Forest Avenue, Highland Park, Ill.
Elliott, Mary, 6684 Valley Spring Court, Birmingham, Mich.
Ench, Nancy, Felicity Farm, Gwynedd Valley, Pa.
Engman, Eileen, 34 Florissant Avenue, Framingham, Mass.
Ernest, Nancy, 18 Signal Hill Blvd., East Saint Louis, Ill.
Farber, Brenda, 10 Hillside Road, Baltimore 10, Maryland
Farrar, Virginia, Warrentown, Va.
Fenn, Eleanor, 1071 Washington Street, Bath, Maine
Fillman, Ann, Warrior Oaks, Huntington, Pa.
Fischer, Alexandra, 2105 Fairmount, Engine, Oregon
Fitzsimmons, Carole, 40 Chestnut Street, Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Forsley, Carol, 5 West Street, Lenox, Mass.
Freedland, Beth, 219 Gardner Road, Brookline, Mass.
Friend, Diane, 6105 N. Berkeley Blvd., Milwaukee 17, Wisc.
Gordon, Lucia, 295 Ambassador Drive, Rochester 10, N.Y.
Goslee, Nancy, Marecage, Georgetown, Del.
Gourley, Ellen, 21 Albert Street, Milo, Maine
Grossman, Leah, 371 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass.
Groves, Patricia, Box 53, Mendenhall, Pa.
Curfein, Leslie, 1136 Fifth Avenue, New York 28, N.Y.
Hagner, Courtney, 3530 Springland Lane N.W., Washington 8, D.C.
Hainsworth, Marie, Windham Centre, Conn.
Hall, Dorothy, 218 Hart Street, Beverly Farms, Mass.
Hatton, Forrest, 29 Aberdeem Place, Saint Louis 5, Mo.
Hayes, Ellen, 120 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass.
Henderson, Margaret, Ponus Ridge, New Canaan, Conn.
Hennan, Sally, Christiansted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands
Hicks, Deborah, 82 Silvermine Road, New Canaan, Conn.
Higgins, Sandra, Midlane South, Syosset, Long Island, N.Y.
Hill, Sharon, 240 Genoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn.
Hoagland, Mary, 240 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn.
Holden, Darrell, 77 Gardner Street, Hingham, Mass.
Jusela, Irene Maria, 148 West Hill, Putney, London S.W. 15, England
Hyde, Diana, 190 Greer Road, Woodside, Cal.
Johnson, Arlene, 15 Viking Terrace, Worcester 4, Mass.
Johnson, Dorothy, Sewall Road, Wolfeboro, N.H.
Kennedy, Carol, 136 Mount Vernon Street, Boston, Mass.
Keys, Nancy, Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye, N.Y.
King, Janice, 15 Taft Avenue, West Newton, Mass.
Lafferty, Margaret, 40 Hampshire Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Lamson, Susan, 7645 Given Road, Cincinnati 43, Ohio
Lancaster, Donna, 51 Philbrick Road, Brookline, Mass.
Lee, Barbara, Apple Tree Lane, Norwalk, Conn.
Lee, Patricia, 2012 East Glendale Avenue, Milwaukee 11, Wisc.
Lemonnier, Chantal, 12 Rue de la Victoire, Le Blanc - Mesnil KS-OJ France
Lillie, Deborah, 7 Westminster Road, Scarsdale, New York
Livingston, Ann, 242 Glen Road, Weston, Mass.
Lord, Carol, 213 Brooklake Road, Florham Park 1, New Jersey
Loutrel, Sara, Mason's Island, Mystic, Conn.
Macoll, Cynthia, St. Thomas' Rectory, Whitemarch, Ft.Washington, P.O.,Pa
Maccuspie, Joanne, 10 Larch Road, Waban 68, Mass.
MacVicar, Kathryn, 79 Roberta Road, Pittsfield, Mass.
Makanna, Martha, 35 Greenlawn Road, Huntington, New York
Marin, Marcia, 100 Upper Mountain Avenue, Montclaire, New Jersey
Marshall, Gail, 305 Bedford Street, East Bridgewater, Mass.
McMullin, Crete, 216 Conant Road, Weston 93, Mass.
Merrill, Catherine, 10 Polly Park Road, Rye, New York
Meyler, Jonna, 12 Binney Lane, Old Grenwich, Conn.
Mixter, Dorothy, 9 Marsh Street, Dedham, Mass.
Mitchell, Nancy, 77 Woodland Avenue, Melrose, Mass.
Mongillo, Joyce, 10 Orchard Avenue, Providence 6, R.I.
Morgan, Deborah, Pimpewaug Road, Cannondale, Conn.
Morse, Katherine, 474 Allen Creek Road, Rochester 18, New York
Murdock, Margaret, 16 Hawthorne Lane, Concord, Mass.
Murra.h, Margaret, 15 Military Road, Worcester, Mass.
Nichols, Georgia, 730 Westview Street, Phil. 19, Pa.
Nickerson, Diana, 387 Common Street, Dedham, Mass.
Norris, Julia, 411 Woodland Place, Jacksonville, Ill.
Notte, Joyce, 916 Fruit Hill Avenue, N. Providence, Rhode Island
Novick, Rochelle, 42 Herric Drive, Lawrence, New York
Nunan, Wendy, Windsor Hts., Warwick, Bermuda
O'Connor, Sally, 173 Lincoln Street, Newton Highlands, Mass.
Olhausen, Sally, Sunny Branch Road, Far Hills, New Jersey
Oswald, Susann, 56 Hereford Road, Bronxville, New York
Papitto, Andria, 51 Summit Drive, Cranston, R. I.
Parsons, Sallie, 541 Lincoln Road, New Britain, Conn.
Patten, Kate, Rd. 494, Bethlehem, Pa.
Pearson, Joan, 203 Skunk Lane, Witton, Conn.
Pelletier, Nancy, 38 Cottage Street, Norwood, Mass.
Pevear, Regina, Nanepashemet Street, Marblehead, Mass.
Phinney, Judith, 333 Maple Street, Danvers, Mass.
Provenzano, Rosanne, 66 Tudor Road, Needham, Mass.
Reeves, Karin, 1932 Papermill Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
Richland, Betsy, 3555 Netherland Avenue, Riverdale 63, New York
Richmond, Elizabeth, 131 South Street, Hingham, Mass.
Robbins, Susan, 127 Elm Street, South Dartmouth, Mass.
Roselund, Carol, Green Lodge Street, Canton, Mass.
Rubin, Ellen, 3 McLead Road, Troy, New York ,
Russ, Margaret, 50 East Eighth Street, New York 3, New York
Saxon, Joyce Mary, 100 Don Avenue, Rumford, R. I.
Schloss, Joan, Trinity Pass Road, Pound Ridge, New York
Schust, Antonia, Walnut Road, Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y.
Shaw, Kathryn, 34 Wildwood Road, Andover, Mass.
Sheppard, Sallyann, 30 Oak Street, Salem, New Jersey
Silver, Ann, 94 MacDougal Street, New York 12, New York
Skinner, Brooke, 152 George Street, Providence 6, R. I.
Slifer, Rebecca, 241 Nehoiden Street, Needham, Mass.
Smiley, Barbara, 152 Beacon Avenue, Warwick Neck, R. I.
Smith, Marianne, Monroe Lane, Woodmere, Long Island, N.Y.
Smith, Susan, 153 East Ridge Lane, Lake Forest, Illinois
Stern, Mary, 941 Park Avenue, New York City, New York
Stolk, Michael, 33 Old Academy Road, Fairfield, Conn.
Sweet, Monrovia, Pratt Island, Darien, Conn.
Swift, Suzanne, 704 Auburn Avenue, Buffalo 22, New York
Taglienti, Carolyn, 30 Parker Avenue, Newton Centre, Mass.
Tichenor, Susan, 76 Bloomfield Street, Lexington, Mass.
Trimingham, Linda, Inglewood Heights, South Shore, Paget, Bermuda
Tucker, Judith, The Lagoon, Paget East, Bermuda
Van Dorn, Sally, 51 Thatham Road, Kensington, Conn.
Van Vranken, Jane, Chicken Valley Road, Locust Valley, New York
Viccari, Carolyn, 214 Glendale Road, Scarsdale, New York
Von Maur, Susan, 274 Gardner Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey
Wallace, Christine, 120 Lowell Court, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Ward, Amanda, 307 Jefferson Road, Webster Groves, St. Louis 10, Mo.
Warner, Dorothy, 30 Homer Avenue, Larchmont, New York
Warren, Ann, 62 Gammons Road, Waban 68, Mass.
White, Elizabeth, 3423 Grove Avenue, Cincinnati 8, Ohio
Whitney, Jane, 59 Highland Street, Milton 86, Mass.
Wilhelm, Julia, 37 Ridgewood Road, Radnor, Pa.
Williams, Lynda, 10118 Pierce Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland
Willis, Barbara, 20 Fleetwood Avenue, Albany, New York
Wood, Nancy, Shirley Street, East Pepperell, Mass.
Wright, Noel, Melvin Village, New Hampshire
Wylde, Helena, Dedham Street, Dover, Mass.
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