Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1963
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GIRLS PREP!-XHATUHY SEHUUL
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MISS SUSAN KENNEDY SMARTT MISS MARTHA ELIZABETH CHISOLM
GIRLS PREP!-XHATUHY SEHUUL
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We, the students, make up the yearly
kaleidoscope of our campus. Within
these pages we may find a record of our
fulfilled and unfulfilled dreams. Let us
look for those precious memories of
many new acquaintances and a few
choice friendships, of daily assignments
faithfully and regularly done, of free-
dom gained through education, and of
the birth of new understanding and
finer appreciations. This is our expres-
sion, our individuality, our unity, our
Mus. MAHGARET GLENN
HJ Six years ago, we entered a classroom and began
learning the instruments of the orchestra. That was
our introduction to three years of music and culture.
Soon we learned that this little lady with the spar-
kling blue eyes would be more than a teacher. She
became our companion, and she brought music and
refinement to all of us. Her personality and persever-
ance have graced important school affairs, as well as
informal piano sessions after class. So we, the class of
1963, dedicate this Kaleidoscope to you, Mrs. Glenn,
who for years have given unselfishly of yourself and
of your time to bring joy to others. : : : : :
Here's to the girls of the G. P. S.
Here's to the lessons, too.
H ere's to the rirzg we wear for her.
He-re's to the hlfzcle and hlue.
Here's lo the hope that we still may he
Proven through every test,
Worthy the school the most revere.
Here's to the G. P. S..'
T BLE UT CONTENTS
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
5' The Faculty of the Girls' Preparatory School represents not only scholarship
but also personal interest in each girl. Contrary to general opinion, a teacher's
influence does not end at graduation but continues throughout our lives to in-
spire us in other aspects of life as well as in our search for knowledge. :
Mrs. Stanley Addis Miss Jane Aiken Mrs. Dan Anderson Mrs. J. P. Armstrong
French Mathematics French Mathematics
E. S. Albert, France University of Lycee De Reims, Middle State Teachers'
Peabody College Chattanooga., B.A. France, B.A. College
Miss Helen Caine Mrs. Campbell Carden Mrs. R. S. Courtney Miss Carroll Cunningham
Latin Bible 7 Mathematics Lllih
Duke University, B.A. University of Carson-Newman University of
Chattanooga., B.A. College, B.S. North Carolina, B.A.
Miss Mary Hannah Tucker Mrs. M. O. Clark Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith
Prlncilml Assistant Princilml Director of Junior School
Tennessee College, B,A. English English
Vanderbilt University, M,A. Randolph-Macon, B.A. Duke University, B.A.
University of Colorado University of Alabama, M.A. University of
Peabody University of Chicago Chattanooga' ME,
Miss Lee Berney Miss Elizabeth Battle Mrs. T. W. Bridge Mrs. J. P. Browder, Jr
Physical Education French Librarian English
University of Miami University, B.A. University of University of
Tennessee, B.S. Chattanooga, B.A. Tennessee, B.S.
Emory University. B.S.
Mrs. Margaret Glenn Mrs. Kenneth Gould Mrs. James Hitt Mrs. R. W. Ingwalson
Muslc General Science English Chemistry
American Conservatory Wooster College, B.S. Martin College Carthage College. B.A.
of Muslc, Chicago Aberline College, M.A. Whetworth University of Florida, M.A
State Teachers' College. B.S.
Mrs. Betty P. Lackey Miss Roberta Moore Miss Lois Moyer Miss Louise Myers
Biology l-lead of the Denartment of Head of the Deuartment of Art
University or EHSHSII MHUICMMNS and Science Berea College, B,A.
Chattanooga, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. College of Wooster. B.A, University of Chattanooga
University of Ohio University, M.A. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A.
Tennessee, M.A. Columbia. University
University of Kentucky
Mrs. E. T. Schmidt Mrs. M. G. Scholten Miss Barbarann Smith Mrs. Maria N. Solana
English English Mathematics Snanish
Elon College, A.B. University of Akron, B.S. Howard College, B.A. University of Havana., Ph.D.
University of Columbia
Mrs. R. H. Winningham Mrs. Jean Grote Yates Mrs. Woodrow Lundy
Mathematics History Oillce
Vanderbilt University, B.A. Mount Holyoke College, B.A. University of Chattanooga
Mrs. Carolyn Plunket Mrs. A. J. Poston Mrs. A. Cave Richardson Miss Sallie Rust
Latin Head of the Department Bible Mathematics
University of Chicago. B.A. of LIUIEIIBKCS University of Peabody College, B.S., M.A.
Emory University, M.A. Carson-Newman Chattanooga, B.A.
College. B.A. Maryville College.
University of Virginia Bachelor of Oratory
Mrs. Dick Thomas Mrs. E. D. Walter, Jr. Mrs. C. S. Wheeler Miss Ulrica Whitaker
Physical Education History History Head of the Department
University of University of University of of His'-0l'Y
Chattanooga. B.A. Chattanooga, A.B. Chattanooga. A.B. University of Chicago,
University of University of Alabama M.A., Ph.D.
Mrs. Oren Reed Mrs. William Schlemmer Mrs. Walter Young
Dietitian Cafeteria Office
Mittelscliule, University of Chattanooga Mountain City
Lueback. Germany Business College
Not Pictured: Mrs. A. F. Porzelius
Sweet Briar, A.B.
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Eusxs RYMER Tom HILL SUSAN BUTTERFIELD BETSY CHISOLM
Treasurer Secretary President Vice-president
Entered 1957, Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Science
Club 8, I-President I, Math Club II, III,
Service League, Library Club, Class Play II,
"Static", National Honor Society III, IV-
President IV, Annual Board-Business
Sparkling black eyes . . . mischievous under
quiet exterior . . . determination to do her
best . . . Vanderbilt . . . Pendleton . . . keys
to success-realism, order, usefulness . . .
New York shoe salesman's dream . . . Jackie
--industrious and diligent.
DONNA SUE ALBRIGHT
Entered 1957, Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, III, IV, Science Club 8, junior
Glee Club 8, I, Christian Youth Club I, II,
Black Captain I, IV, Varsity Basketball IV,
Varsity Tennis III, IV, Varsity Volleyball
III, IV, Math Club IV.
Procrastination personified . . . giggles . . .
"But, Miss Nloyer, wait a minz1te!" . . . great
swimmer ...f z uhirlwind of confusion . . .
"Have you signed up yet?" . . . a swing with
her walk . . . peroxided eyelashes . . .
our ejervescent Due.
NANCY CAROLYN BIRD
Entered 1958, Black Team, Junior Glee
Club 8, I, Senior Glee Club II, III, IV,
Christian Youth Club 8, I, II, Christian
Forum III, IV, Class Vice-president III,
Modern Dance II, III, Art Workshop I,
Service League II, Music Club IV,
May Day Chairman-Costume.
Distinctive walk and laugh . . . blonde,
green, black hair . . . eye make-up . . . sly
and mysterious . . . reckless driving . . .
chemistry lah . . . bubbling personality . . .
Provident beach . . . sweet and popular . . .
that's our "Bird,"
I make them with a flash of .S'calf's
Indian River M edicinef'
"Veni, Vidi, Vid"
0.K., so which one's right?"
Brush, Brush, Brush
Elass Ui 1953
HELEN WEBSTER BRYAN
Entered 1957: Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, Ig Modern Dance 7, I, II, III,
Terpsichord IV, Class Play II, Service
Leagueg May Day Principal IIIQ Theater
Arts III-Secretary, Music Club II, III, IV
-Vice-president IVQ May Day
Virginia accent . . . enviable figure . . . eye
make-up . . . well traveled . . . "But, 1'1.1e
quit wearing lipstick!" . . . talented dancer
. . . high ambitions... faithful Episcopalian
. . . Italian boys !men!!?J . . . Arpege . . .
Suzie, one of our Lookout Mountain girls.
MARY BATES BRYAN
Entered 19573 Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, III, Christian Youth Club 7g Music
Club-Treasurer IIQ Speech Club III-Vice-
president, Annual Board-Picture Editor.
Always cheerful . . . "I hate to say this,
But - " . . . Frances Parkinson Keyes . . .
pet peeue-insincerity . . . corduroy . . .
atrocious pronounciations . . . ardent Epis-
copalian . . . charm bracelets . . . the Big B
. . . "I-When I think, I mast speak."
. . . Bee Babe.
Entered 19599 Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club I, Ilg Modern Dance I, II, IIIQ Science
Clubg Speech Club II, III, Senior Glee Club
II, III, IVQ Varsity Glee Club III, IV.
Choir practice . . . cowboys . . . candid . . .
flaxen hair and skin to match . . . consider-
ate . . . "Go aheadg itjs only a freight train"
. . . a true friend . . . alumna of ilIcCallie
Summer School . . . lovely soprano voice
. . . Signal's own, Bnckenstein.
On thy cold white teeth. f17J
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Class Secretary
and Treasurer 75 Modern Dance 73 Student
Council 8, IIIg Class Play 85 Christian
Youth Club-Secretary Ig Freshman Basket-
ballg Library Clubg Annual Board Splinter
Ig Welfare Representative IIg Varsity Ten-
nis IIg Service Leagueg B Team Tennisg
Current Events Club IIIg Class President IVg
Christian Forum IVQ National Honor So-
cietyg May Day Committee-Costumeg
Most Congenial IV.
A constantly cheerful and considerate com-
panion . . . "Moon River" . . . worshipper
of the sun-with results . . . "Hitch your
'wagon to a Staff' . . . lively, brown eyes
. . . winning smile . . . onr "Butter."
MARTHA ELIZABETH CH1soLM
Entered 19573 Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, II-President 8g Christian Forum
III, IVg Blue Captain 73 Junior Glee Club
8, Ig Service Leagueg Honor Court Repre-
sentative Ig Math Club IIIg Senior Theater
Arts IIIg Spanish Medal III3 Class Secretary
IIIg Dance Committee II, III, IVg May Day
Principal IIIQ Varsity Tennis, Pep Club IVQ
Class Vice-president IVg Most Popular IVg
National Honor Society IV3 May Day
A friend of all . . . surprisingly smart but
unable to spell . . . banana cake . . . 11071-
cbalant . . . expert on all Baylor sports
events . . . "I just have to play it mol!"
. . . Bula, crazy, lovable, great!
AMELIA VIRGINIA CIFERS
Entered 19573 Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, I, IIQ Christian Forum III, IVQ
History Award 83 Service Leagueg Modern
Dance 7, 8g Science Club I, Ilg Class Play
Ilg Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club
II, III, IV-President I, Vice-president IVg
Math Club IIIQ Class President IIIg
Annual Board-Picture Editor.
Brunette Beauty with year-round tan . . .
frequent trips to Florida . . . peanut butter-
and-jelly sandwiches . . . always in orange
. . . "IVait-I'm almost ready!" . . . young-
est but wisest . . . smoldering black eyes
. . . our sophisticated lady, Ruby.
"You don't have to park a bus."'
There's always one in the crowd.
Class ni 1953
CHARLOTTE HAYMORE CLARK
Entered 19573 Black Teamg Class Play 7, 85
Art Workshop Ig Junior Theater Arts I, IIQ
Science Club 8, Ig Senior Theater Arts III,
IV, May Day Chairman-Costume.
Blue eyes 'n' blue mascara . . . candy -wagon
'versus pink bomb . . . 19" waist . . . multi-
colored lingerie . . . makes her own Dior-
type clothes . . . passion for blue . . . letter-
writer . . . Blue Grass . . . "lVhat if we fail
Algebra Review?" . . . conceals all kinds of
mischief behind an angelic countenance. . .
Charlotte, our lovable blonde bombshell!!
"Going my way?"
MARY INEZ DAY
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Junior Glee Club
8, Ig Freshman Basketballg Class Vice-presi-
dent Ig Service Leagueg Library Clubg "B"
Team Basketball II, IIIQ Blue Captain IIg
Christian Youth Club IIQ Math Club III-
Vice-presidentg May Day Committee
Soft brown eyes . . . oxford cloth and
madras . . . Intimate . . . "Summer Place"
. . . gift of gab . . . talks with her hands
and her facial expressions . . . witty!!! . . .
practical . . . "This just makes me tired!"
. . . chewing gum . . . gold ringfsj . . .
Yes he will, toog be's so sweet!" "lUid."
"And when I added the
nitroglycerin to . . . "
SARAH ELIZABETH DEAN
Entered 19573 Black Tearng junior Glee
Club 8, Ig Service Leagueg Library Club,
Speech Club IIIg Senior Glee Club II, III,
IVQ Varsity Glee Club II, III, IVg Christian
Forumg Math Club III: Annual Board-Art
Editorg National Merit Scholarship
Cocker spaniel eyes . . . critical eye for lit-
erature . . . beaten path to Baylor . . .
"But, ya'll, we might get caught!" . . .
musician, artist, scholar . . . appearances are
often deceiving . . . Our demure, deliberate
and dependable Sali.
This is my true self revealed. if 191
CAROL ADRIAN DICKSON
Entered 19575 Black Team, Modern Dance
75 Christian Youth Club 7, 85 Welfare Rep-
resentative 8g Badminton Trophy 8, I, IIIQ
Freshman Basketball-Co-captaing Varsity
Tennis I, II, III, IVL "B" Team Basketball IIQ
Varsity Basketball III, IV.
"Bird" . . . Yellow-tufted torch-bearer . . .
rare species-often mistaken for Cuckoo or
Mockingbird . . . range-ridge to RIVER
. . . feeds on Buggs and Lollipops . . . song
-rapid incessant chirp . . . becomes excited
at bell-like sounds such as telephone rings
. . . not easily domesticated . . . sought by
EVELYN ANN DOWLING
Entered 19573 Blue Teamg Junior Christian
Youth Club 7, 83 Senior Christian Youth
Club I, II, Modern Dance 7, 85 Christian
Forum III, IVg Science Club 8, Ig Art Work-
shop 8, I, III, Junior Theater Arts I, IIQ
Senior Theater Arts, III, IVg Speech Club
IIIg Music Club.
Love of cats . . . more records than Love-
man's . . . white convertible . . . stuffed
animals . . . excellent golfer IP? "which end
of this thing do I hold?"J . . . caustic wit
. . . twinkling, very blue eyes . . . Krystal
doughnuts . . . parties . . . always on the go
CAROLYN V1RG1N1A DUBosE
Entered 1957g Black Teamg Modern Dance
7, 8, I, IIg Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II,
Science Club Ig Math Club IIQ Speech Club
II, IIIQ Art Workshop IIIQ Christian Forum
III, IVQ Senior Theater Arts IVQ
Music Club IV.
Cow eyes . . . "Tuppy, Susie, and Honey"
. . . pizza . . . frequent trips on Hixson Pike
. . . ability to get herself in a predicament
. . . free skating lessons! . . . "IVell, is she
quiet when she's asleep?" . . . full of pep
and confusion . . . Baylorite . . . "a little
credulity helps one on through life
very smoothly . . . "
All six years filed away
i201 Miss Roller Derby of 1963
"lVow! It sure doesn't taste
like tomato juice."
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"I promise I'll never have another
Blass nf 1953
SIDNEY CURLETT EASLEY
Entered 19573 Black Team, Class Play 7, 85
May Courtg Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Modern
Dance 7, 8, I, II, IIIQ Service League, Sci-
ence Club 8-Secretaryg Senior Glee Club
Ilg Speech Club II, III-Treasurer II, Terp-
sichord II, III, IV, May Day Committee II,
III, IVQ Annual Board-Picture Editor.
Peaches and cream complexion . . . that
girlish giggle . . . grey and red . . . beauti-
ful lingerie . . . "Listen, ya'll" . . . luscious,
long eyelashes . . . goddess of Terpsichord
. . . "Ya'll please return your proofs!" . . .
Sidney, our little princess.
DIANN MARCIA ESTABROOK
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Modern Dance
7, 8, I, IIg Terpsichord III, IV5 Junior Glee
Club 7, 8, Christian Youth Club 8, I, IIQ
Varsity Volleyball III, "B" Team Tennis
IIIQ Christian Forum III-Secretary, IV-
Vice-presidentg May Queen IV.
Very, very feminine . . . campus queen . . .
gorgeous complexion . . . Millefs Teen
Board . . . Blonde hair CPI . . . million dol-
lar smile . . . typical Southern gal . . . regal,
graceful carriage . . . "Brownie Points" . . .
Our Georgia peach, Diann.
ANNE MEADE FIELDS
Entered 1958g Black Team, Junior Glee
Club 8, Ig Christian Youth Club 8, I, IIQ
Modern Dance 8g Speech Club II, III, Chris-
tian Forum IIIg Art Workshop III.
Sparkling hlue eyes . . . Daytona Beach . . .
can't leave those hair dyes alone! . . . sum-
mer romances . . . two faces are hetter than
one . . . when she's quiet, she's listening . . .
"I hate to ask you again, hut are you sure
that's all the mail?" . . . laughter-the hest
medicine . . . Annie.
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CAROL Woon FLETCHER
Entered 1957g Black Teamg Music Club 83
Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Speech Club IIg Art
Workshop 8, I, II, III-Vice-president II,
President IIIg Art Workshop Award II, IIIQ
Annual Board-Art Editor.
Natural 02 blondie . . . sparkling blue eyes
. . . Teen Board . . . "Good golly."' . . . al-
ways smiling . . . navy skirt . . . "Good
Morning" . . . English Leather . . . indus-
trious . . . roaring Volkszvagon . . . unique
personality . . . tbat's our "Fletcb."
PAMELA GALE GEROW
Entered 19583 Black Teamg Modern Dance
I, II, IV3 Christian Youth Club Ig Service
Leagueg "Static" II, IIIg Christian Forum
IIIQ Speech Club IIIQ Terpsichord IVQ May
Day Committee-Danceg National Honor
Society IV3 Annual Board-Literary.
Green KU eyes . . . Hrst tbings first . . . lVest
Tennessee . . . I.'Aimant . . . cakes and ice
cream sandwiches . . . "La, La, La" . . .
drives a red Fury . . . loves jewelry, music,
dancing, FOOD . . . only one to buy a
stuffed rabbit in New York . . . "Pammi."
CORINNE ALLISON GOREE
Entered 19563 Page in May Day: Modern
Dance 8, Ig Cheerleader 83 Christian Youth
Club I, II-Presidentg Speech Club II, III-
Vice-presidentg Christian Forum IIIQ Terp-
sichorcl IVQ Pep Club III.
"Snookums" . . . Teen Board . . . vivacious
. . . friendliness personified . . . graceful,
expressive bands . . . wbite Valiant . . .
adorable bair-dos . . . our Skibo,
a friend to all.
An advanced case of Hsenioritis
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Sick! Sick! Sick!
"M e write a sonnet?"
lk, Ip, slip, Ik, pass, drop 1
Sing along with lVitz:h
Class of 1953
TONI WILSON HILL
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Honor Court
Representative 7, Christian Youth Club 8,
Junior Glee Club 8, Modern Dance 8, An-
nual Board Splinter 8, Library Club-Vice-
president, Service League I, II, "Static" II,
III-Sports Editor III, Freshman Basketball
Team, Varsity Basketball II, III, IV, Varsity
Volleyball II, III, IV, Varsity Tennis III,
IV, Blue Captain III, Class Secretary IV,
National Honor Society IV, National Merit
Scholarship Finalist IV, Cutest IV.
"Onion" . . . lovely locks on a brainy head
. . . "Oh, Bird, quit your gripingn . . .
vivacious . . . "star" athlete . . . many a
secret has died in her heart . . . Toni-an
asset to anything and everything
Entered 1957, Black Team, Modern Dance
7, Junior Glee Club 8, junior Theater Arts
8, I, Art Workshop I, II, Class Play II,
Senior Theater Arts III, IV-Vice-president
IV, Varsity Basketball IV-Manager, May
Day Committee-Costume, Wiuiest IV.
Parties make the world go 'round . . . Boo-
Yea . . . Little Egypt . . . "Nursey, did I get
any male?" . . . peanut butter sandwich
. . . fashionable clothes . . . definitely un-
predictable . . . "It'll do in a rush, but
who's in a hurry" . . . aversion to sight-
seeing guides . . . natural wit . . . that's our
MARILYN FRASER JOHNSON
Entered 1957, Blue Team, May Court,
Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, III, Class Vice-
president 8, junior Glee Club 8, I, Senior
Glee Club II, III, IV, Varsity Glee Club II,
III, IV, "Static" III, Service League, Chris-
tian Forum-Program Chairman III, Pep
Club, Annual Board-Picture Editor.
Organization personified . . . flawless com-
plexion . . . ber green eyes are like stars-
they come out at night! . . . cautious driver
. . . "Why can't I memorize it, Miss Moyer?"
. . . "But we're just good friendsf' . . .
staunch Presbyterian . . . McCallie, M. . . .
Lyn, our number one bass.
SHIRLEY LLOYD JONES
Entered 1957g Black Teamg Class Play 85
Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Junior Theater Arts
8g Senior Theater Arts I, IIg Modern Dance
III, Annual Board Splinter 7, IIIQ Library
Club-Secretary, Christian Youth Club I,
IIg Christian Forum III, Science Club Ig
Dance Decoration Committee I, II, III, IVQ
Annual Board-Art Editor.
Shakespeare and Rembrandt combined . . .
enormous lunches . . . expressive eyes . . .
Aagh!! . . . the 8:29 arriver to school . . .
"You look kinda green."' . . . Beige . . .
last-minute themes . . . huge Lavoris jug
. . . Our great, exalted "Tiny."
Entered 19573 Blue Teamg Christian Forum
IIIg Modern Dance 7.
Hour glass figure . . . MAC . . . co-ordina-
tion in gym class . . . Revlon . . . size four
shoes . . . large vocabulary . . . love of
corvairs . . . swimming pool and houses
galore . , . faithfulness to her one and only
. . . Femme . . . pigeon toed . . . French
poodles . . . "Devil or Angel?" . . . Nancy-
with the laughing face.
ANN MARIA KIMBALL
Entered 19573 Blue Team, Class Play 79
Class Treasurer 8g Science Club 8g Swim-
ming Team 8, II, IIIQ Overmeyer Tennis
Trophy 8g Blue Captain I, IVQ Freshman
Basketballg Library Clubg Service Leagueg
Class Secretary IIQ Varsity Tennis II, III,
IV, "B" Team Basketball II, IIIQ Annual
Board Splinter IIg Student Council III-
Secretaryg Varsity Volleyball III-Captain
IV, Senior Scholarshipg Math Club IV:
Most Versatile IV.
Ardent McCallie fan . . . light blue Falcon
. . . calm, cool, and collected-but mostly
cool . . . carpenter's delight . . . too often
in mischief to appear so innocent . . . Tiki
god . . . Annie, our versatile Senior scholar.
Shirl, Shirl, the gyrating girl
Smelly did it again
"Maybe 1 can -work it in
"Is 20 points bicldable?"
"Fm iust a statistic."
Class nf 1953
NANCY ANN KIRK
Entered 19573 Black Teamg Ensemble 79
Modern Dance 8, I, II, III, IVQ Junior Glee
Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II, III, IVQ
Library Clubg Service Leagueg Speech Club
IIQ Math Club IIIg Christian Forum IIIg
Annual Board Splinter IIIQ Varsity Glee
Club IVg National Honor Society IVQ
Annual Board-Picture Editor.
Emfied NATURAL blond hair . . . tones of
green and beige . . . tailored clothes . . .
friendliness personified . . . misspelled -words
. . . bunches of little sisters . . . sunshine
. . . Our Nancy-with a head on her
CAROL ELIZABETH LANDGREBE
Entered 1957g Blue Teamg Modern Dance
7, 83 Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, IIQ
Christian Forum III, IVQ Junior Glee Club
8, Ig Senior Glee Club IIQ Pep Clubg Varsity
Tennis III-Manager IVQ May Day
Fast knitted sweaters . . . tall tales . . .
. . . tennis . . . Impala SS . . . "Pass the
peroxide, please."' . . . friendliness personified
. . . white bathing suit and dark tan . . .
very loquacions . . . innumerable Bob fbysl
. . . Our cab driver, Moose.
PATRICIA ANN LAWS
Entered 19573 Blue Teamg Modern Dance
7g Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, IIQ Christian
Forum III, IV9 Junior Glee Club 8g Class
Play Ig Art Workshop II, IIIQ Speech Club
II, IIIg Freshman Basketball Team,
Teddy Bear . . . "Pm so embarrassed" . . .
big blue eyes . . . "Father's Folly" . . .
Lollipops and roses . . . someday . . . bows
and heaux . . . Elizabeth Barrett Browning
. . . perfume . . . affectionate appellations
. . . Tricia, everyones PAL.
ANN HOTCHKISS LEWIS
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Modern Dance 75
Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, IIg Class Play
8, Ig Theater Arts 83 Service League-Vice-
presidentg Library Clubg Math Club lIIg
"Static" III, Christian Forum IIIQ Neatest
in Uniform IIQ Current Events Club IIIQ
Music Club-Secretary IV, Senior Glee
Club IVQ Varsity Glee Club IV3 National
Honor Society IVg Annual Board
Neatest in uniform-and in "civies" . . .
Blue andfor green eyes and red hair . . .
Like Mother, like Daughter . . . Perfec-
tionissimo . . . "Rusty" . . . McCallie favor-
ite . . . Nashville! . . . a letter every day
. . . a player piano . . . Emeraude . . . "No,
I am not Suzanne Roberts!" . . .
Al Di La, Ann.
MARGARET ANN MCCALLIE
Entered 1956g Blue Teamg Modern Dance 7,
85 Art Workshop 79 Junior Glee Club 8g
Blue Captain Ig Christian Youth Club I, IIg
Christian Forum III, IV, Speech Club-
McCallie-ite fbut why McCallie?!I . . .
absent mindedness . . . greatest chemistry
partner ever . . . friendliness and sincerity
. . . gets the giggles when nervous . . .
blonde hair PP? . . . collegiate-looking
clothes . . . always smiling, Meg.
NANCY LOVELACE MCCLURE
Entered 19573 Black Teamg Modern Dance
8g junior Glee Club 8, Ig Art Workshop Ig
Speech Club IIIQ Senior Glee Club IV.
Witty . . . constant chatter . . . large vo-
cabulary . . . avid reader . . . always on the
phone . . . "Well, we'll have to think of
something" . . . McCallie plays . . . a half-
dozen yellow roses . . . black bomb . . .
Miss Whitaker's most promising student-
IV e get stacks and stacks of letters
"We're just one BIG happy family
"The stag at eve had drunk his fill
r .-V g- Y
I. . ,A
Rings on her fingers and
bells on her toes.
Portrait of Procrastination
Elass nf 1953
POLLY ANN MARTIN
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, Ilg Service Leagueg Christian
Forum III, IVg Dance Committee III, IVQ
Class Treasurer IIIg May Day Committee
Multi-colored nail polish . . . dainty, "ringed"
hands . . . soft-spoken . . . ardent TV fan
. . . dewy, brown eyes . . . genuine sincerity
. . . Lavender, Lavender, Lavender . . .
Our "Petite Polly."
MAY TEMPLE MONTAGUE
Entered 1957g Blue Team, Modern Dance
8, I, II, III, IVg Junior Glee Club 8g Chris-
tian Youth Club Ig Christian Forum III, IVQ
XVelfare Representative IIIQ Welfare Club
-Secretary IVg May Day Principal III,
Terpsichord IV, May Day Committee
Love is no new thing. . . big silver bracelets
. . . "Missing You" . . . Love those blue
jeeps . . . Hackneyed expressions . . . her
graceful body . . . lush blonde streaks . . .
the ideal figure . . . Mayble.
FRANCES ALEXIS Moons
Entered 19575 Black Teamg Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, III, Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Art
Workshop 8, I, Ilg Christian Youth Club
8, I, II, Senior Glee Club II, III, IVg
Christian Forum III, IV.
Long fingernails and multi-colored polish
. . . heavy sleeper . . . late-show addict . . .
lavender . . . "Ya'll, my hair" . . . diets and
diets and diets . . . will power? . . . eye
make-up . . . "I know I'll fail" . . . Raque-
fort dressing . . . shy . . . yellow Skylark
. . . hangout for the mountaineers.
VICTORIA LEA NELSON
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Junior Glee Club
8, Modern Dance 8, Science Club 8, Art
Workshop I, II, Service League II, Fresh-
man Basketball Team, Christian Forum III,
IV, Music Club IV, Glee Club IV.
Endless hours on the phone . . . tiny waist
. . ."But officer, it's only 4 A.M.."' . . . One
meal a day-all day long . . . creamy com-
plexion . . . exterior decorator flawns her
specialtyj . . . always there when you need
her . . . permanent attachment to the radio
. . . a loyal friend, our Vicky.
GRETCHEN GREEN NEWELL
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, III, junior Glee Club 8, I, Fresh-
man Basketball Team, Swimming Team I,
II, III, Varsity Tennis Team II, III, IV,
Varsity Basketball II, III, IV.
Diseriminating tastes . . . fashion perfection
. . . pale yellow chiffon . . . weekly coiffeures
. . , monogrammed blouses . . . co-ordina-
tion . . . accident prone . . . -where the boys
are . . . open-house . . . our Noodle.
VICTORIA JOY OSBORNE
Entered 1957, Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II,
Theater Arts II, IV, Swimming Team III,
IV, Art Workshop III, Christian Forum IV,
Cheerleader IV, May Day Committee
"josefina" . . . Life of the party at the Safari
. . . pointless jokes . . . short shorts . . . he-
witching hlue eyes . . . bubbling personality
. . . bright clothes and "tenny" pumps . . .
Hgure plus . . . swimmer par excellence . . .
Rivervievufs hot rodder . . . multicolored
hair Chlond to greenlj . . . she shares her
"Canoe" with-guess who? . . . Ioyahelle.
f 28 1 Knou ledge, Knowledge'
Wk' .yt .
"l'm a hig girl now."
But, y'all, I cafft play for my
own chapel talk."
Elass uf 1953
MARTHA ANN PHILLIPS
Entered 1957: Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, III, IVQ Christian Youth Club 7,
I, IIg Art Workshop IIIg Speech Club IIIQ
Christian Forum III, May Day Committee
Girlish giggles . . . ittyhitty voice . . . "If
lhere's a possibility you may not he seen,
make sure y0lI"1'9 heard!" . . . a permanent
lhat lasts ami lasts . . . Boxwood . . . "I
hazfezfl given up boys-they've given me
np!" . . . that's Marty.
RUTH BABETTE POLLARD
Entered 19575 Black Team, Modern Dance
7, 8, I, II, IIIQ Science Club 8, Ig Junior
Theater Arts I, IIQ Class Play Ig Service
League I, IIg Class Vice-president IIg Dance
Committee II, III, IV, Speech Club II, An-
nual Board Splinter IIIg Current Events
Club IIIQ Terpsichord IV, Annual Board-
Assistant Editorg May Day Committee
"Barhecila" . . . finally that leltah sweattahn
. . . mauiacal laugh . . . fashion moclel's
looks and clothes . . . Caesar . . . Estee
Lawler perfume . . . sunglasses . . . raised
eyebrow . . . Roaflrumzer . . . Andre Previn
. . . mulyifzg enthusiasm . . . Bahs, our
capable Assistant Editor.
MARY SUZANNE ROBERTS
Entered l957g Black Team, Christian Youth
Club 7, Ig Christian Forum III3 Junior Glee
Club 8, I-Secretary Ig Senior Glee Club II,
III, IV, Varsity Glee Club III, IV-Accom-
panistg Service League, Splinter III9 Speech
Club II9 Annual Board-Literary Editor.
Temperameutal real-head . . . snsceptihle to
5'4" boys . . . rlislinctiee walk . . . Baylor
and Baylor . . . "It's a Gaul" . . . phone
azlzlict . . . accomplished musician . . . "no
I am not A1111 Lewis!" . . . Suzi, our
enthusiastic lawn decorator.
I 29 1
JUDITH ALANA RYAN
Entered 19575 Blue Team, Annual Board
Splinter 73 Student Council Representative
7, II, IVg Geography Awardg English Medal
7, II, Modern Dance 7, 89 Nearest in Uni-
form Ig Christian Youth Club 8, I-Treas-
urer 84 junior Glee Club 8, I, Math Award
8, I, IIIQ Service Leagueg Library Club,
Freshman Cupg Freshman Basketball, Class
Treasurer I5 Class Play Ig Latin Award IIQ
"Static" IIIg "B" Team Basketball IIIQ Math
Club IIIg French Award IIIg Grace McCallie
Scholarshipg National Honor Society III, IV
-Secretaryg May Day Chairman--Program.
The greatest love of her Teddy Bear . . .
glinting chestnut hair . . . childlike in-
nocence mixed with sophistication . . . an
honorable lady, our gorgeous,
ANITA Eusr RYMBR
Entered 1959, Black Teamg Freshman Bas-
ketball-Co-captaing History Medal Ig Serv-
ice Leagueg Christian Youth Club Ig Class
President II3 Varsity Basketball II, III, IVg
Varsity Tennis II, III, IVQ Varsity Volley-
ball II, III, IVg French Medal IIIQ Black
Captain III, National Honor Society III, IV,
Class Treasurer IVQ National Merit
Scholarship Finalist IV.
Versatility plus . . . curly UI hair and a
clear, clear complexion . . . two homes . . .
organized . . . excels in everything she does
. . . howlegs . . . lost: 11 contact lenses . . .
beauty, brains, and a little boy figure,
MARGARET ELON SCOVILLE
Entered 19573 Black Team: Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, I, Ilg Christian Forum IIIQ Junior
Glee Club 8, Mask and Pen Club I, IIg
Dance Decoration Committee I, II, III, IVQ
Service Leagueg "Static"g Annual Board
Oriental Peter Pan . . . A method in her
madness . . . piquant . . . when she is good,
she is very, very good . . . unselfish listener
. . . procrastination plus . . . Sootie . . .
"Have to clean up my room firsf' . . . out
of this world U1 . . . impeccable clothes . . .
"Peg-Peg," our Mystic Artistic.
"Chalk up one hear for me
YV "Are my hands right?"
They train them in Siam.
if .... V
Top man on the totem pole.
"This formaldahyde tastes froggyf'
"I really didn't know I couldn't
wear clips in my hair."
Class uf 1953
LAUREN BLAIR SHUMACKER
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Blue Captain 8,
Annual Board Splinter 8, II, Service League
-President, Class President I, Freshman
Basketball, Freshman Cup, Junior Theater
Arts I, Varsity Tennis II, III, IV, Varsity
Volleyball II, III, IV, Varsity Basketball II,
III, IV, "Static"-Editor, National Honor
Society III, IV, President of the Student
Council IV, Most Outstanding in
School Affairs IV.
Agonized expressions . . . co-ordination per-
sonified . . . talented writer . . . truly su-
jierlatiue . . . Sweden, Smudge, and Smith
. . . humility . . . head and shoulders above
the crowd . . . ther-e's only one
LAURA OGDEN SMARTT
Entered 1957, Black Team, Modern Dance
7, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II-Secre-
tary 7, 8, Freshman Basketball, Theater
Arts II, III, IV-President IV, Christian
Forum III, IV, Pep Club III,
May Day Committee-Costume.
That wonderful Guy . . . most gullible . . .
rings on ber Jlngers and toes, toes, toes . . .
"Oh. Dear.'!!" . . . contagious giggle . . .
always ready to listen . . . life of worry . . .
perfectly manicured nails . . . winning per-
sonality . . . faux pas . . . tbat's our "La La."
SUSAN KENNEDY SMARTT
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7,
8, II, III, Christian Youth Club 7-Vice-
president, Class President 8, Junior Glee
Club 8, I, Freshman Basketball, Class Play
7, Ig Theater Arts I, "B" Team Basketball,
Terpsichord III, IV, Maid of Honor IV.
Always gets fun out of life or dies in the
attempt . . . delightfully devilish . . . if he's
a boy, she's sure to snow him . . . poise!
personality! and promptnessP?? . . . versatile
hair stylist . . . platinum streaks . . . eases
out of the most impossible situations . . .
magnetic charm . . . Susu, our beautiful
Maid of Honor.
EUGENIA TEMPLE SMART1'
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7,
8, I, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II, Chris-
tain Forum III, IV, Junior Glee Club 8, I,
Senior Glee Club II, III, IV, Speech Club
II, III, Art Workshop II, III, May Day
Long-stemmed red roses . . . horses . . . the
"Yellow Bomb" . . . Marywoorl . . . our
farm girl . . . "It's nice to he natural when
you are naturally nicef' . . . sincere . . .
Sewanee . . . crazy moods . . . sympathetic
. . . Temple. J
, I my
' "Barzlahl's my pal, Sticky Valves!"
KARIN ANN SMITH
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, I, II, Modern Dance 8, I, II, III,
Junior Glee Club 8, Science Club 8, I,
Speech Club II, Senior Glee Club II, III,
IV, Varsity Glee Club II, Christian
Forum III, IV.
"Divan River" atmosphere. . .love of argu-
ment . . . green eyes and black IPI, black
hair . . . Intimate . . . successful procrasti-
nation . . . Bertrancl Russell fan . . . Bohhy
Vee . . . cherry pie . . . tlIllidCi01l5
. . . Karin, our black beauty.
- "Birth, Death, Infinity."
KAREN ELIZABETH STANDEEER
Entered 1958, Blue Team, Modern Dance 8,
junior Glee Club 8, Service League, Stu-
dent Council I, III, IV, Library Club, Static
II, III, National Honor Society III, IV, Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Finalist IV, May
Day General Chairman.
Sugar and spice . . . expressive eyes . . .
always smiling . . . ability to get along with
others . . . human I.B.M. machine . . .
"Bntchella"' her poodle . . . Blue T-Birfl
. . . "I know what you mean" . . . Karen
-a perfect -woman nohly planned.
I 32 1 "I got the Model-T today."
'M onitor-zluty-OOOOO . . . "
"I zlmft know what the 7th
grade homework is."
Moth er Confessor
Class uf 1953
JANET DIANE TAYLOR
Entered l957g Black Teamg Junior Glee
Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II, III, IV9
Modern Dance 8, 9, I, II, III, IVg Junior
Christian Youth Club 7, 8g Senior Christian
Youth Club I, IIg Christian Forum III, IV,
Speech Club Ig Art Workshop Ig
Faithful U2 diets . . . red head . . . the Long-
horn . . . Wind Song . . . Dummy, the
Yummy Rummy . . . love of hospitals . . .
"Yes, I had my hair straightenedfn . . . ever
glowing smile . . . Yanet, the 'wreck of
TARA ANN TEMPLETON
Entered 19573 Black Team, Best Rat 75
Junior Christian Youth Club 8, Senior
Christian Youth Club I, IIg Modern Dance
I, Ilg Junior Glee Club Ig Christian Forum
III, IVg Theater Arts III, IV,
Cheerleader III, IV.
"Red" . . . 'portant things come in small
packages . . . a discriminate taste . . .
"Snooper-Dooper has the mange!" . . .
Arpege and English Leather . . . "Oh, Miss
Il'f'hilakerrrrr??!" ...' I uittily naive . . . the
Black Fairy . . . Pep, Pep, Pep . . . TAT,
our vivauious cheerleader.
PATRICIA PENDLETON TERRY
Entered 1957: Blue Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, I, Ilg Class Play 8, Ilg junior Glee
Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II, III, IVQ
Varsity Glee Club II, III, IV, Service Leaugeg
Christian Forum III, IVg Terpsichord III,
IV-Presidentg May Day Chairman-Dance.
Irish . . . Arpege and powder puffs . . . pro-
crastination-hetter things to do . . . Flow-
ing Velvet . . . naturally wavy hair - but
the color?? . . . dimples . . . Johnny Mathis
. . . clear, soprano voice . . . a typical
JOYCE RADCLIFFE THOMPSON
Entered 1957, Blue Team, May Court, Mod-
ern Dance 7, 8, I, II, III, Glee Club 8, I, II,
III, IV-Treasurer IV, Art Workshop I, II,
III-Secretary-Treasurer I, Speech Club II,
Christian Forum III, IV, Varsity Glee
Club IV, Music Club IV.
Flawless olive complexion . . . open mouth,
insert foot . . . Saxy . . . Shy, self-conscious
brothers . . . beautiful, brown, blind eyes
. . . black velvet . . . Liherace's ri-ual . . .
lots of stock in a "Steele" company . . . aver-
sion to Bo Didzlley and the "U.T." . . . need
we say more, that"s Ioycie!
BRENTON ELIZABETH VAN CLEAVE
Entered 1957, Black Team, Welfare Repre-
sentative 7, IV-President, Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, Junior Glee Club 8, Black Cap-
tain 8, II, Freshman Basketball, Junior
Theater Arts-Vice-president, Senior Thea-
ter Arts II, III, IV, "B" Team Basketball
II, Christian Forum III, Service League,
Annual Board Splinter III, Terpsichord IV,
Varsity Basketball IV, May Day
Hail, Independence, Hail!! . . . CANDID
. . . perpetual center of attention CPI . . .
erratic seamstress . . . ambivert . . . humor
plus . . . personality, perception UD, and
power-that's our Brennie.
JANE POINDEXTER WILLINGHAM
Entered 1957, Blue Team, Cheerleader 7,
Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II, Modern
Dance 7, 8, Junior Glee Club 8, I, Pep
Club I, Service League, Speech Club II-
Vice-president, Senior Glee Club II, III, IV,
Varsity Glee Club II, III, IV.
ldealistic . . . always "Tabu" . . . feigned
sophistication . . . impromptu enthusiasm
. . . black silk . . . "The Brow" . . . depend-
able . . . cashmere sweaters . . . bubbling
and boisterous . . . "Rome Adventure" . . .
a true friend, Otto P.
"Psych alogically speaking, .
I 54 1 "I al-ways rlress ont for tennis
'Miss Tucker, this school
"I enjoy being a girl."
Torn between the two.
Class Ui 1953
FLORENCE ELDER WITT
Entered 1957g Blue Team, Junior Christian
Youth Club 7g Caine Spelling Prizeg Mod-
ern Dance 79 Honor Court 8, IV, Junior
Glee Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II, III,
IV, English Medal 8, I, III, D.A.R. Award
85 Service Leagueg Senior Christian Youth
Club I, II-Vice-president Ilg Library Clubg
Speech Club Ilg Varsity Glee Club II, III,
IV9 "Static"g Christian Forum IIIg National
I-Ionor Society III, IVQ Math Club IIIg Neat-
est in Uniform III, Latin III Awarclg Stu-
dent Council IV-Vice-presidentg National
Merit Scholarship Finalist IV.
Distinctive handwriting . . . awards, awards,
awards . . . aversion to Bermuda shorts . . .
inability to keep her shoes on in class . . .
Susceptihle to frequent "snows" . . .
BETTY ANN Yom:
Entered 19575 Blue Teamg Modern Dance
7, 8, Il, III, IVQ Junior Glee Club 8g Art
Workshop II, IIIg Theater Arts II, III, IV,
Pep Club Ilg Speech Club IIg Christian
Youth Club 7, 8, II-Secretaryg Christian
Forum III-Secretary, IV-Presidentg
Varsity Volleyball III, IV.
Smattering of freckles . . . penchant for
football, twisting, and pizzas . . . nonchalant
. . . striking appearance . . . frequent week-
end iaunts . . . "Beguile many and he he-
guiled hy one" . . . utter confusion . . . "The
loveliest roses have the longest stems"
ROBIN REBECCA YOUNG
Entered 19575 Black Teamg Christian Youth
Club 7, 8, Ig Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, IIIQ
Class Play 7g Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Senior
Glee Club II, III, IV-Presidentg Service
Leagueg Library Clubg Speech Club IIg
"Static" IIIQ Varsity Glee Club II, III, IV-
Presidentg May Day Committee-Program,
Most Feminine IV.
"Please don't mention noses!" . . . how to
dress small on a small allowance . . . devil-
ish . . . gets tickled at the silliest things . . .
sympathetic . . . try anything once . . . short
vacation romances . . . captivating voice . . .
-with a mind of her own-Robin.
FRANCES ANNE ZWENIG
Entered 19575 Black Teamg Modern Dance
7, 8g Science Club 8-Vice-presidentg An-
nual Board Splinter 8, IIg Library Club-
Presidentg Service Leagueg Freshman Bas-
ketball Teamg Class Play Ig junior Theater
Arts Ig Math Team I, Ilg Class Treasurer
IIg Geometry Medal IIg History Medal IIQ
"Static" IIIg Math Club IIIQ National Honor
Society III, IVQ Annual Board-Editorg Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Finalist IVQ Most
Likely to Succeed IV.
Peacemaker of 115 . . . spiced wool . . .
-wicked with the needles . . . apricot and
white Plymouth . . . individualist . . . reser-
vation on the Star Honor Roll . . . "And
still they gaze and still their 'wonder grew,
that one small head could carry all she
knew" . . . our capable editor, Francoise.
Uur Super Serriers
First row, left to right: Peggy Scoville, Our Own Peanutsg Brenton Van Cleave, Most Individualistic. Second
row: Laura Smartt, Most Gullibleg Shirley Jones, Most Hilariousg Donna Sue Albright, Biggest Procrastinatorg
Helen Bryan, Most Cosmopolitang Susan Smartt, La Reine des Coeursg Babs Pollard, Coolestg Elise Rymer, Most
Candid. Third row: Betty York, Biggest Extrovert.
:,, - T
PATT1 TESSMAN ANNE WILLIAMS CHERYL ROY LINDA T ALLEY
President Treasurer Vice-president Secretary
butterflies, sparkling, gumdrops
bubble gum, pizza, Sewanee
studious, sincere, French vanilla ice cream
gingerbread, brown loafers, white Lark
vanilla coke, faux pas, fire engine
"Moon River," fire and ice, red velvet
marshmallows, jeeps, twist fan
tennis shoes, "Oh, Barbara," perpetual motion
blond pageboy, soft brown velvet, gregarious
adorable, devi1's food cake, hidden depths
red leather jacket, industrious, excitable
Class of 1954
LAURA LEE BALCH
merry-go-round, gentility, candid wit
bubbling giggle, staunch friend, Scottish kilts
considerate, strawberries, credulous
French poodle, contagious laugh, sparkling brown eyes
gold charm bracelet, humming bird, demure
curious, jaunty, fire on a winter afternoon
swans on a silver lake, non-conformity, brown velvet
pink party punch, TNT, cherry blushes
black orchids, long white gloves, night clubs
daisies on a summer day, graceful, sterling silver
enthusiastic, attractive, magnolia blossoms
Class of 1954
bubbling brook, magnetic, rosy red cheeks
devil-may-care, calico cat, capricious
cashmere sweaters, Pickett's, creamy complexion
pensive, multi-colored tweeds, methodical
playful, refreshing, apple pie a la mode
gold brocade, whipped cream, gentle
Fire crackers, white fur, lotus blossoms
more devil than angel, white convertible, coquettish
peppermint candy stick, individualist, spontaneous
chocolate brownies, lavendar, devilish kitten
explosive, starry-eyed, Mardi Gras
effervescent, sea spray, tinkling sleigh bells
china doll, pink antique lace, whimsical smile
marigold, colorful plaids, spirited
twilight, pink angora, "Snow White"
dimples, level-headedQ?J, more bounce to the ounce
capable, tailored clothes, blue Hame in a steady lire
dewdrop in the sun, bouncy, pumpkin pie
green satin, warrnhearted, radiant complexion
an evening star, flowing chiifon, violets
element, always laughing, lights on a bay
sunny skies, popcorn, revivifying
merry, all-day lollipop, straw hat
Class nf 195-4
modest, wistful, sun through misty clouds
champagne and caviar, flirtatious, two-piece bathing suit
scatterbrained, horses, scads of freckles
vocab unlimited, Baylor plays, sensible?
silver moonbeams, feminine, white satin
snowflakes, vivacious, popularity plus
autumn leaves, moonlight gambler, talkative
silver spray, alfable, "Love Is a Many-Splenclored Thing"
petite figure, "Oh bull," dynamite in a small package
candy kisses, mischievous, Hawaiian luau
a single red rose, French heels, black lace mantilla
giddy, deep brown velvet, devilish
scarlet ribbons, black magic, aesthetic ability
sunflower, peppy, sunshine package
poison ivy, notorious giggle, "How fabulous!"
lily of the valley, a misty morning, the perfect lady
grey sweater, resourceful, wedgewood china
calm stream with undercurrents, congenial,
beauty in motion
"Malaguena," versatile, after-dinner mints
unorganizecl, Indian summer, unique
angelicf? J , jesting, an oasis in a desert
frank, Raggedy Anne, wide-eyed innocence
calm determination, English tweeds, softly spoken
pink camellias, Southern mansion, cotton candy
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CMON DANNY LET ME P
SUPHU UHE EL!-XSS
ANN BUTTERFIELD BECKY KIRK DONNA TRAIL DoTT1E Gonna
President Secretary Vice-president Treasurer
Class nf 1955
' HUTCHESON BADER--lVait zz minute!
EDITH ANN BARGER-Tell him to call me.
BETTY BRANCH-But, Mrs. Glenn, I just
play my violin!
DEANE BUCHANAN-I'Il never go .steady again!
MARTHA BUTLER-Lefs bear it for Bminerd!
ANN BUTTERFIELD-My Contact lense: . . .
JOYCE CALDWELL-Y'ALL . . .
MABRY CHAMBLISS-Hand over your money.
CELIA COLBURN-I 'ran it in 6.3.
LINDA COLLINS-What have I :lone now!
JAN COOPER-This just isn't my day!
BETSY COTTER-Vite! Vile!
KATHY CRAWFORD-lVell, it -wasn't too hard!
CAROLYN CURTIS-Then after 1 cleaned the
stall . . .
CAROLYN DRAKE-I was the beauty queen of
the McCallie play.
JOYCE DUBROVir'G4Iillidm1lS igiturv
NANCY DUNCAN--Are you going out to Baylor
ANN FLEGAL-Oh, how queer'
DOROTHY GAGER-lVell, it's like this . . .
MARTHA GAITHER-I just LOVE him!
DOTTIE GOREE-I'll see if Miss Moore has an
PATSY GOTT-But, Mrs. Yates, l'm confused!
DIANE GOULD-I just KNO W7 I failed that math test.
ANNETTE GRANT-Ob, really?
SUSAN GRANT-HAS sbe?
CAROL GREEN-Guess who I talked to last night!
LYNN ALICE GREEN-Oh, be's so unique!
DEBBIE HAGAMAN--Yas'm, Heab ab is!
Class uf 1955
ELOISE HAGAN-I don't give a fat one!
JANET HARWELL-I'm gonna give up on my hair!
JESSICA HOBBS-H ey, good lookin'.
JEANNINE HUGUELET-"lVawl's Tacticsf'
CINDY KEMP--I know, I know.
BECKY KIRK-Oh, Y'all!
LYNN KOENIGER--I give up!
LINDA LEA-Well, laere I am.
SHARON LINER-I got zz letter from jean.
PATSY LINES-You know wbat I mean.
YVINDY LUNDY-Y'all PLEASE sign up!
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ANNE MACLELLAN-H ey, boi one!
JUDITH ANN MCDANIEI.-Come bere.
TAYLOR MANSON-You SWEAR.
ANN MARLAND-Hot zingyf
LYN OAKES-It was pretty rockin?
ELISABIETI-I PEARSON-Pu1'zl01z me,
question . . .
ANN PERKINS-Ob yon're KIDDI N GJ?
GINGER SLIGER-In Civil Defense I learned
GLORIA SMITH-Ola, Gosh!
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PAM STILWELL-Y'all l'm starving!
PAT STILNVELL-Tbere goes my back!
ELAINE STRICKLAND-Y'all, bow do I ever get myself
in such messes?
MARY TARVER-I bzwevft opener! the book.
DONNA TRAIL-It's Mrs. Glenn and ber perambulator!
NANCY TROTTER-She just KILLS me!
LUCY VON CANON-I cli:ln't do half my homework!
NITA XVELCH-Sewanee, here I come!
PAULA 'WI-IITTLE-McCallie am! my red-nosed suowboy.
RENEE XWOOD-Yes, We know!
PATRICIA YANDLE-Only three more Blues
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President Treasurer Vice-president Secretary
Sassy . . . Astute
Polite . . . Abasbezl
Class of 1955
Laughing . . . Animated
Level-beaded . . . Artful
Sensible . . . Boy-crazy
Lady-like . . . Alert
H elpless . . . Bubbliug
Explosive . . . Bewitcbing
Joyful . . . Bonny
Merry . . . Bouncing
Practical . . . Blushing
Cheerful . . . Blissful
jubilaul . . . Confused
Careful . . . Curious
Sunny . . . Cool-headed
Perl . . . Charming
Bouncy . . . Casual
Iocular . . . Cute
Small . . . 'Darable
H arse-loving . . . Dependable
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Nice . . . Depemlable
Moody . . . Demure
joyous . . . Docile
Sincere . . . Elfervesceut
Iocumi . . . Exuberant
Kittenisb . . . Fair
Kmwish . . . Fickle
Smiling . . . Friendly
Procrustimzting . . . Gregarious
N om'en,vicnl . . . Garrulous
Cbeery . . . Hospilable
Lovely' . . . Haunting
LYN DA HOLSOMBACK
L11.vM'o11s . . . H oneyezl
Maflmp . . . Happy
Neat . . . Halcyon
Authentic . . . jovial
Carefree . . . Jolly
Mercurial . . . Kiml
Becoming . . . Knowledgeable
joyous . . . Kobold
Amiable . . . Lucky
Moderate . . . Meticulous
Ligbtheaded . . . Magnetic
Sugary . . . Musical
Class of 1955
Basbful . . . Me:-itorius
Mild-mamzered . . . Metborlical
Chaotic . . . Mellozu
Lucrative . . . Noble
Little . . . Naive
Kindly . . . Peuetratizze
Patient .... Proper
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Babbling . . . Robust
Blitbe . . . Rustic
Prurlent . . . Rutbful
Acknowledgeable . . . Reserved
Platinum . . . Reckless
BETTY JEAN REAVIS
Delectable . . . Responsive
. . Jocund . . . Reliable
Smooth . . . Rehned
Peppy . . . Saucy
Refreshing . . . Snperlalive
judicious . . . Scholarly
Hurum-scarum . . . Spunky
Miscbievolls . . . Scbeming
Silly . . . sfyzffb
Axsirluous . . . Slay
Kinelic . . . Sly
eral-minded . . . Serene
Hopeful . . . Striking
Clmttering . . . Talented
Creative . . . Tnlkative
Coquettisb . . . Vivacious
CAROLINE VON CANON
Calm . . . Very Courteous
Passive . . . IVelcome
Comizlewzte . . . lVell-liked
Fun-lo1Jing . . . Wfixlful
MARY ALICE WITT
Malchless . . . Avid . . . Well-groomed
Generous . . . Yearning
Cozmzgeaus . . . Youthful
Class of 1957
ANN ALFORD . . . sensitive sweetness
CATHERINE BAER . . . Boys' I.D.
BETSY BELLA . . . moooorniug
BEVERLY BISHOP . . . lime sherbet with coke
PEGGY BRIDGERS . . . transitory sister
JUDY BRIGHT . . . tid-bit
BETTY BULLARD . . . flare for orange hair
PATRICIA BULLARD . . . companionable pocketbook
MARGARET CARDEN . . . continuous blush
MARCIA CARRIGER . . . friendly smile
MARTHA CHALKLEY . . . date bait
PEGGY CISSNA . . . sports addict
CHARLENE COOK . . . appearance meticulous
PEG COOLEY . . . sugar um! spice aml e-verytlaing nice
ANNE CORLEY . . . "Oh, Susan"
SUSAN CRAWFORD . . . Wha-a-at
COMPTON CURRIN . . . quiet determination
DALE DAVIS . . . runs like her horses
KAREN DERRICK . . . lovely soprano voice
DEBORAH DOMBROSKY . . . lo-ue for lavender
MEREDITH DONALDSON . . . notorious giggles
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TYREL EVANS . . . dezfil-nzay-cure
MARGARET FOWLER . . . no rest for the wicked
MARSHA GEROW . . . zz bit of spice
VIRGINIA GILMAN . . . "Oh, be's so cute"
BARBARA GOTT . . . baby face
LYNN GRISARD . . . twinkling wit
SUSAN GUNNELL . . . old-looking new uniforms
EVELYN HAMPTON . . . .vmeetness of temperament
ELIZABETH HARRISON . . . tomboy
CAROL HENSLEY . . . peaches
Class of 1957
SANDRA HENSLEY . . . and cream
ANN HODGE . . . ham!-me-downs
JERE HOLLAND . . . all day lollipop
ELIZABETH HUFF . . . Latin homework during llmcb
AMY HUGHLETT . . . devilish pranks
HELEN HUMPHREY . . . sleek model
BARBARA JONES . . . contagious lauglater
SARAH JONES . . . Coke fiend
BRENDA KIRK . . . it'x the little things that count
MARY LAWS . . . bubbling fountain
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SALLY LUNDY . . . "Hey, Lauren, guess what?"
HELEN MCCALLIE . . . home sweet home
MARTHA MCCRAVEY . . . baby food
MOLLY MCGAULEY . . . mellow voice
NEIL MCKINNEY . . . crazy color combination
ELIZABETH MCNEIL . . . kittenish
JEANNE MCNEW . . . everyho:ly'x pal
MARGARET MEBANE . . . quiet -with azz occasional
outburst of mild temper
DONNA MERCER . . . caustic wit
ELIZABETH MILLER . . . "If: a killer, mmmlu
SHERRED MILLIGAN . . . rack-on, IVimlsong
ROBIN NASH . . . "1'fve go! a goorl sense of rhythm
MARY NAVAREE . . . classroom clown
CATHERINE NELSON . . ."Oh, grub it all."
JIMMIE NIPPER . . . IBM
LESLIE NORMAN . . . femme fatale
SUSIE OSBORNE . . . PEPPY
YVONNE PURVIS . . . "Please zlon't call my
SUSAN RAWLINGS . . . sleepy talk
KAY REISMAN . . . IVehb School dances
DOROTHY ROBB . . . passion for cats
JANELLE ROBERTS . . . exotic eyes
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BETH ROGERS . . . thrives on potato c
LYNDA RAY ROWE . . . dark lipstick:
ANNE SCARBROUGH . . . atbletically
BARBARA SIMMONS . . . flirtatious gait
LYNNE SMITH . . . ring, phone, please
BARBARA STEELE . . . dates and more dates
SHARON SULLIVAN . . . unknown co
MARY TALLEY . . .
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LANE THOMAS . . .
JAN YARBROUGH . . . "
rlevil or angel
THOMPSON . . . snowed one way or
BARBARA TOMS . . . "Oh, I hate to walk across
SUSAN TROY . . . tailored wardrobe
KAREN WAGNER . . . diet of cheese crackers
JANET WALKER . . . soft spoken
REBECCA WOOTEN . . . Varsity s-weatez'-where's
PATRICIA WRENN . . . tactfully sincere
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ELLEN YATES . . . spontaneous smile
SI-IERIDAN YATES . . . "Guess who called last night?"
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BETSY T HEDI-'ORD EMILY BRYAN MARY HAGAN
President Vic e-presid en! Secretary-Treasurer
FRANCES ADAMS ........ - ..,. --.- ,...... ,.......Y4 J aww Awwz
MARGARET ALLEN ........ --.W ................. Hope Lang
PAULA ANDERSON 7,..... - .......,., ......... P aula Prentis
CANDACE AUTIEN ,A..,... A,..,,,.. . Joanne lVoodzuard
MARTHA BALCH .,.,,,.,.
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MARY GUY BEAVER ....,. .,A,..,.. Shirley McClain.-2
SUSAN BLEVINS ....,., ,....,... D iaue McBai1ze
MARGARET BROWN ..... .. ...,..... Maynard B. K1-ebbs
ELIZABETH BROUGHTON ......... ......., D urwoofl Kirby
EMILY BRYAN ........ ,. .... , .... ...-,.,,.,,,.,..,-,-,,Dr, Kildare
BETSY CALDWELL ....,..
IRENE CAMPBELL ...,..A..
JANICE CARD .,,,..,.,
GENIE CLARKSON ......,.
MARIE COCHRAN ....,...,
D'ETTA CRISMAN A..,...,
OCTAVIA CHAMBLISS .....,,,
ANN BRYAN CONROY ....,,.,
I Esther Wfilliams
.,... Benny Goodman
.. .... Juliet Prowse
LOUISE CRUTCHFIELD ..,...,... ,.,.,.., . Kevin C ochmn
LOUISE DAVENPORT ........ ..
PEGGY DICKINSON ,.......
Mnrgarethz S i erm
. ,..,.,.. Elizabeth Taylor
JOEL EASLEY A A44AA
ROSANN EFFRON .,....
DIANE FLATT ,.7,.A,....
SALLY GILMAN ....,...,
ELIZABETH GREEN ..,... .. ..
LINDA GREEN... .. ..
Class of 1958
Bullwinkle the Moose
JAN ET HAMPTON 7A,,..A,
DEBORAH HAWKINS ...A.....
MARGARET HITT ..,.....
CAROL ANN HIXSON .... ...A
KATHY HOUCK ,,,, .,,,.
ANNE INGALLS ,..,,,.,,.
MARY LOU JOHNSON ........
LORA- BETH KAYLER .,,,.,,.
ANN KENDALL .........
KAREN KXMBALL ..........
SHERRY KISSINGER ,... ....
M ARY HAGAN YA4,, K ,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,.,, Nm-, ,,..,.,, Connie Francis
- ..,.., - ,..... Kathy Nolan
-....-,.Audrey H epbnrn
FRANCES LAW ......, L.
DOROTHY LEADER ...,.A
ELIZABETH LEAL ,.7...,,,
FLORENCE LEECH .....O..
MARTHA ANNE LING ...,.,...
CHRISTINE LONG ....,,
Blass of 1958
ELIZABETH MCDONALD ..,....., -.-M ...,... .Sandra Dee
MARY MCKENZIE ...,. -..
SUSAN MASTIN .,,,.
ANNE NIXSON ....,,,,....
- ....., jerry Miller
H- ..,..,. jimmy Durante
MARY PATTEN., ........
HILARY POPHAM ........
SUZETTE PRIGMORE ...,,....
DOROTHY RANDOLF ,...,...
GAIL ROBINSON ......
SARAH ROBINSON .........
CAROL ROTHBERGER ,,,,,.,
JEANNYE RUDDOCK ,..,..e,
SARA SCARBROUGH v.,,A, ,.
SUSAN SCOTT ........
DEBORAH ROTHBERGER ,.,..., ,,,,,,,
Suzanne Pla esloette
, 4,... ,Carol Burnett
,, Deborah Walley
N ,.... Danny Kaye
PATRICIA SIVILS ..,.7,,
MARY SMARTT ,.......,, .A..
NANCY SMARTT ..,.....
KAREN SMITH ......,.
JEANNE STANLEY ....,,,,.
PEGGY STEWART ..,..,...
SUSAN STIMSON A.,,,.. . ,,,.., .
BRENDA STOWE ,....,.,,
GLORIA SWAN .,.. .
BETSY THEDFORD ......
GAIL THOMAS ......,..
Class nf 1958
KATHY THOMISON ,...,..I, ........., C laudeite Colbert
ANNE TOMLINSON ..,,..
ALLISON ULIN .,..,.,,,
ELIZABETH WANN ......,
BARRETT WEBSTER .......,.
LYNN WEBSTER ,..,....
NANCY WEY .......,
JOCELYN WHEAT ....,..,,
ALICE WILLIAMS. ,....,.
LAURA WILSON .........
NANCY WORLEY .....,.
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HELEN YOUNG ...... - ..A..Y. l
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..,--. Lori Marlin
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PURPOSE-T0 increase school wort
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MEMBERS-ElCCfCd representativesg four sen-
iors, three juniors, and two members from
each of the lower grades.
ACTIVITIES-Sponsoring assembly programs,
solving problems in school life, setting ex-
amples for members of the student body.
Rosann Effron Susan Mastin
Diane Gould Judy Ryan
Susan Gunnell Karen Standefer
Jeannine I-Iuguelet Karen Wagner
Betsy King Carolyn Weigel
Mary McCall Jane Wyatt
President ........................,..,,,...,.. A.- Lauren Shumacker
Vice-president .....,,...,,..,,,,r... ...... .........,. - ..... E l der Witt
Secretary .....,.,,.... ...,,.,,.,.,,.,,. ...,.,,., F a in Murphey
' Sponsors '
Mrs. Kenneth Gould Miss Roberta Moore
Miss Elizabeth Battle
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atiunal Honor Social
PURPOSE-To recognize girls with
outstanding qualities of schol- i
arship, leadership, character and A A
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A E service. .
MEMBERS-.lLl11lOf and senior girls chosen by
unanimous vote of the faculty.
ACTIVITIES-Assembly programs, Congratula-
Barbara Atwater Mary McCall
Ann Baldwin Eleanor McCallie
Laura Lee Balch Ann McCullough
Susan Butteriield Fain Murphey
Betsy Chisolm Elise Rymer
Salibeth Dean Lauren Shumacker
Pam Gcrow Karen Standefer
Toni I-lill Patti Tessmann
Lynn Hodge Roz Ulin
Nancy Kirk Elder Witt
Ann Lewis Frances Zwenig
Pre.virleuLl . .,.,rr,r,,.,,,,,....,.,,...,....., Jackie Adams
Secretary ,,,,. t,,....,r,,,..,,.,,..,,, . . .... ,, .... .Judy Ryan
Sjmnxor , .... . ,,...,...........,,.,,,.,. Miss Lois Moyer
Marsha Gerow Elizabeth Huff Susie Osborne
Susan Gunnell Martha McCravey Dot Robb
Carol Hensley Catherine Nelson Jan Yarbrough
PURPOSE-T0 recognize girls who
show outstanding citizenship, -
character, and school spirit.
and eighth grade provisional members
chosen by vote of the faculty.
Acriviruss-Helping the staff in the adminis-
tration of the school.
President ...,......., .,r..,.,,,,,...,.,,--,,,,- L ,,,,-,, C arolyn Reavis
Vice-president ....... ........,....,....,.,.,......... J ean Campbell
Secrelary ............ - ,..l L ,....t... ....vt., A nne Maclellan
Sponsor... .... .....,.......,..,.. Miss Barbarann Smith
Pam Alexander Nicki Greenburg Betty Jean Reavis
Lynn Alsobrook Debbie Hagaman Sherill Rucks
Carla Armstrong Jeannine Huguelet
Hutcheson Bader Anna Johnson
Sarah Bagwell Lynn Koeninger Ruth Shelton
Betty Branch Marion Kidd Jan Silverstein
Barbara Bullington Betsy King Kit Smith
Martha Butler Becky Kirk Suzanne Smith
Ann Butterfield Jane Kirk Linda Standefer
Carolyn Carter Patsy Lines Elaine Strickland
Mabry Chambliss Windy Lundy Ann Swalford
Carolyn Curtis Alice Lupton Carolyn Taylor
Judy Daughtery Taylor Manson Donna Trail
Nancy Davis Betty Marye Nancy Trotter
Jeanne Donaldson Charlotte Montague Lucy Von Cannon
Joyce Dubrov Lynn Oakes Carolyn Weigel
Sheryl Effron Karen Palmquist Patricia Yandle
Dorothy Gager Elisabeth Pearson Mary Alice Witt
Dianne Gould Ann Perkins Marian York
Carol Green Patty Randolph Christine Young
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PURPOSE-To keep the library in
MEMBERS-Freshmen who have
achieved excellent grades in
eighth grade English.
ACTIVITIES-Arranging posters in the library,
dusting book shelves, holding a picnic in
OFFICERS ' '
Presnlenl ,... ..r.,..,..........,.. . ,,,,... C hristme Young
S poumr .,,.... .. ............ . ....,.....,. Mrs. T. W. Bridge
Secrcflary ,.... ,...........,,......,.....,..... J an Silverstein
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PURPOSE-To create ideas, interpret po-
etry and music, and to express inward
emotions through dance.
MEMBERS-Twenty-five girls selected by
tryouts from the tenth, eleventh, and
Acrlvmrs-Composing dances for May
Day, performing at public functions,
and giving an annual program.
President l..,.,, ....... - .,..., ,r,,,,..,,,, P a tricia Terry
Sponsor ..,.. .,,.l,,,..,,,.,.,,. M rs. Dick Thomas
Helen Bryan Beth Milligan
Beth Carter May Montague
Linda Collins Trudy Moss
Dani Dunkerley Pat Nelson
Sidney Easley Babs Pollard
Diann listabrook Susan Smartr
Pat Franklin Harriet Smith
Hilda Gaston Janet Taylor
Pam Gerow Donna Trail
Debbie Hzxaman Brenton Van Cleave
Barbara Johnson Nita Welch
Judy Kendall Susan Yates
PURPOSE-To help less fortunate people.
MEMBERS-G. P. S. student body.
ACTIVITIES-COHtfibUIiHg clothes and moneyg
cooperating with the Red Cross, United
Fund, Goodwill, CARE, State Department
junior ..,.,..., A....,...........,......... . ........,...... A nn Baldwin
Sophomore .,.... .......,...... - ..,.,. M abry Chambliss
Freshmen. ,..,....... ..,,,, L ynn Hocker, Lucy Norman
Eighth Grade ........ .........,................,.,,. L ibba McNeill
Seventh Grade .i,.................,... . .,.....,,t.,........... -.Sissy Law
Prexidenl ...,e.,.. e...........,.e..,..,... B renton Van Cleave
Secretary, ...,...., .,,.,,......,... M ay Montague
SPOIZIUT' .,.,.... . ....... Mrs. R. S. Courtney
PURPOSE-T0 stimulate school spirit and in- C0'1"'e5i'le'm -A---A--i------- JOY Osborne, Tar TemP1ef0n
terest in athletics.
MEMBERS-Cheerleaders from each class and
girls selected by cheerleaders. Betsy Chisolm
AC'r1v1'r1Es-Leading cheers at games and Sissy Davenport
meetsg organizing pep ralliesg announcing Dome Goree
sports eventsg making posters. Marsha Goree
Junior Christian Youth Club
SEVENTH GRADE MEMBERS
Mary Guy Beaver
Lora Beth Kayler
PURPOSE-To learn more about the
Bible and about Christ and His
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS
President ........,...... ,. ,,....,,... Mary Smartt
Vice-president .,,,,, .. Gail Thomas
Secretary ,,,,..,,.t.,,,.,,,,. Marie Cochran
Program Chai1'mau,,...., Nancy Smartt
Sponsor ....,...........,...,., Miss jane Aiken
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ACTIVITIES-Plltflflg on programsg car-
rying out projects.
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS
President ,,,,,,.,,.,.,.,,,.,.,..,.... ....... .,.i.. P e g Cooley
Vice-president ...,, .. .,,,.., Martha McCravey
Secretary .,,....,,,,. ,,,.,,., H elen McCallie
Sponsor., .,.,.. ,.,,. , ,Mrs. E. T. Schmidt
EIGHT!-I GRADE MEMBERS
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PURPOSE-T0 instill Christian thinking and to pro-
mote daily Christian living.
MEMBERS-Any girl in the ninth or tenth grades.
ACTIVITIES-Having speakers, carrying out projects,
and putting on programs.
Prexident .....,...,..........................,.........,.. ,....,,,,.,.,.,,.,, L yn Oakes
Vice-president ,.....................,.,.....,,.,,.... ..,..,....... P am Alexander
First Semester Secretary .,.,,..., ...,,,...,.... . . ..... Ann Caldwell
Second Semester Secretary ..........,.,.,..,.... - ........,,1.....,.,. Patsy Gott
Treasurer ..,.,.,..,..............1........................1,....1,... Sharon Adamson
Program Chairman ..1,.....,............ Sandy Mills and Renee Wood
Edith Ann Barger
Betty Jean Reavis
Lucy von Canon
Mary Alice Witt
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PURPOSE-To strengthen and to stress the Christian
way of life.
MEMBERS-Any girl in the junior and senior classes.
ACTIVITIES--Having speakers, putting on programs,
carrying out projects.
President ...w.,V........ ........r,...,..,,........ ................... B e tty York
Vice-president ,,,.,,,,.. ....,..,............,,, ,,,,.,,,, D i ann Estabrook
Secretary .,,,....,,,,,., ,...,,,,,,.,, T emple Smart:
Treasurer ..,.,,,, ., ,,,.,,,,,,,,rr,r,,,, Pat Franklin
Sponsor ,.VV .Y...V.. ...... ..... . A . ....,s,.,.v..v...... M rs. Carolyn Plunket
Laura Lee Balch
Dee Dee Groves
Polly Ann Martin
PURPOSE-TO stimulate interest
MEMBERS-Any girl from the
eighth or ninth grades.
ACTIVITIES-Speakers, experiments, field trips
Pfwideni .A,.,....V..............,..,......,.......,...... Carolyn Taylor
Vure-ilresirlent .......... ....,.,4,.,, E lizaberh Huff
S6C10ld1'jV .............. ........ K aren Palmqulst
Tre-1s11rer t.V....... .,.......i D iane Thompson
Spomor .V..... ..t..........,.,ie.t., M rs. Kenneth Gould
PURPOSE-To increase knowledge
MEMBERS-Any girl from the
tenth to the twelfth who has
an eighty-five or above average in math.
ACTIVITIES-SPCHICCIS, movies, field trips, and
discussions of math problems.
President ..,,,,.,...,r..,.,.,,,,,..,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,. -,,Carla Armstrong
Vice-president. ......... ,. ...... , ...,..,,r............,. Nancy Trotter
Secretary ,l..,.,,....... .,,..,...,.,....r A nn Perkins
Sponsor .f.s,....... .... ,.... , ..,... ..,,,,.,,.,.. M i s s Lois Moyer
Hutcheson Bader Lynn Green
Betty Branch Cindy Kemp
Ann Butterfield Becky Kirk
Mabry Chambliss Anne Maclellan
Carolyn Curtis Taylor Manson
Judy Daugherty Karen Palmquist
Judy Demos Elisabeth Pearson
Carolyn Drake Carolyn Reavis
Joyce Dubrov Suzanne Smith
Ann Flegal Jean Taylor
Dorothy Gage: Donna Trail
Carol Green Patricia Yandle
Junlnr Elee Club
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PURPOSE-To train girls for membership in the Senior
and Varsity Glee Clubs.
MEMBERS-Eighth and ninth grade girls chosen by
Mrs. Glenn in an audition.
ACTIVITIES-Presenting a program for the school at
Preifrlenf ................... ..,....,,...,,i,.,........ ..... .... C a r olyn Carter
Vice-president ......,....,, ii.,,...,.,,,,..,,. ,-,,,,..,.,,,, J a ne Kirk
Secretary-Treamrer .,..... ,..,.,.,...,.,...,... B Etsy Clark
Accompanist i...........,. .........,.,.,...,,.,... S andy Mills
Sponsor ..................... ,i......,i...,....i,.,,,.. M rs. Margaret Glenn
Mary Alice Witt
Senior Ultra Club
PURPOSE-T0 provide an opportunity for girls to de-
velop vocal talent and musical appreciation.
MEMBliRS-SOIJIIOHIOFBS, juniors, and seniors chosen by
Mrs. Glenn in an audition.
ACTIVITIES---Presenting programs for the school at
Christmas, Commencement, and other specified
Prexidelzt ,,,,,,,. , ,,
Secrelary .,,,, , , ,,
SIIOIIXOT, ..,,. ,
Laura Lee Balch
Edith Ann Barger
....,.. Robin Young
, ,,..,.. Virginia Cifers
, ,..,,. Ann Robinson
,. ,,,,Suzanne Roberts
..Mrs. Margaret Glenn
Varsit Else Club
PURPOSE-To develop vocal talents
and to entertain others.
MEMBERS-Any girls in the Senior
Glee Club who show extra ability
ACTIVITIES-Singing at special re-
quest for civic clubs and other
Laura Lee Balch
PURPOSE--T0 promote an interest in
MEMBERS-Any girl in the ninth
through the twelfth grades.
programs and planning programs
for the club.
P1'e.virle11t ..,,....................., Helen Bryan
Vice-president .......,........,v. Nancy Bird
Secretary ,.,.,... .....,....,....... A nn Lewis
Treamrer ........,......., Linda Thompson
Program Chairman ..,... .Julie Johnson
Sponsor- ...A.....,... Mrs. Margaret Glenn
Donna Sue Albright
Laura Lee Balch
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Junior Theater tts
PURPOSE-TO develop creative ability in writ-
ing and in dramatics.
MEMBERS-Any girl in the ninth and tenth
ACTIVITIES-Writing and criticizing their own
articlesg presenting short plays and dramatic
Betty Jean Reavis
Cindy Kemp Caroline von Canon
OFFICERS Judy Kendall Lucy von Canon
President ......,...... ....,..,.,.....,...... ..,.... E 1 oise Hagan Mafian Kidd Pam Websfef
, , Lynn Koeninger Mari Wright
Vice-prexnlent ....,... ,...... T aylor Manson Shgrry Liner Ginger York
Treasurer ,....,,.. ......... J essica Hobbs Alice LUPYOU
Sponsor ......... ...,..,., M rs. James Hitt If 1061
Senior Theater its
PURPOSE-TO develop creative ability in writ-
ing, speaking and acting.
MEMBERS1AUy girl in the junior and senior
ACTIVITIES-Reading and writing plays and
poemsg putting on portions of plays before
Presirleut .,ii,Y..... ..,.,,,........,,..,.,......,...,.,... L aura Smartt
Vice-president ...,.., .............,.i.., ,..,... R o salind Jacobs
Secretary ..,.. , i,..,. , . .....,,.,.,. Ginger Baer
Treasurer .....,. .......,.,.,,., J oy Osborne
Sjzousor ,,.,,,. ..,......,.., . .,.i. ..,.. M r s. James E, Hitt
jerry Bailey Kitty Kirby
Charlotte Clark Libby Landry
Judy Demos Louise Newell
Evelyn Dowling Mattie Phillips
Carolyn DuBose Susan Robinson
Catherine Duff Temple Smartt
Betsy Dwyer Tara Templeton
Julie Johnson Betty York
Junior It Workshop
PURPOSE-TO prepare younger girls for later
membership in the Senior Art Workshop
by teaching them the equipment, use, and
care of an art studio.
MEMBERS-Any girl from the seventh grade.
ACTIVITIES-Making of props for May Day
and other special events of the school.
President .....,..........,.....,.,.. - ..,,,.... - ...,...,.. Betsy Caldwell
Vice-president ..,,..... ...- ....,.....,....,...........,. -joel Easley
Secretary r............. .........r..A..r.....,.,...,,,. B arrett Webster
Sponsor... .... . ..... .,,...,.,.........,....,........., M iss Lou Myers
Senior Art Workshop
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PURPOSE-To teach girls the practical aspects
of art and to serve the school in any way
MEMBERS-Any girl from the eighth through
the twelfth grades.
ACTIVITIES-Making of props for May Day
and other special events of the school.
President ..............,..,....,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,-,,,,, Betsy Dwyer
Vice-ilrexideut .....,...........,..,.,,.......,,,,.,..,.... julie johnson
Secretary .........., - .... -....-....-----.Jerry Bailey
S0011-Y07'. ....... ,...,........................... M iss Lou Myers
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PURPOSE-To teach girls the art of public
MEMBERS-Any girl from the eleventh or
ACTIVITIES-Studying speech fundamentals,
writing and delivering speeches.
First Semester ................,,. ,....,..,,...,...... G inger Smith
Second Semester ,.e., . ...., Ann McCullough
Firxt Semester ....,. ..,. ,,e., ee,,..,,..e.... J e a n Taylor
Second Semester i,... ...,,.,.,,,,,.....,.. S herri Rucks
Sponsor ...,....,....,...... .. .,..,,,,,,,,i,,,... Mrs. Cave Richardson
Mary Alice Witt
PURPOSE-To promote interest in politics,
government, and the world situation.
MEMBERS-Any tenth, eleventh, or twelfth
ACTIVITIES-Debating, having speakers, tak-
ing field trips, and having panel discussions.
U OFFICERS .
P1-esuleut .,.,,, ,, .,,,,..,..,,..,,.,......,.., ...,.. M artha Gaither
Secretary ,.,, .,.,.,,r ..,,s.....s,...,.....,l.. . .,.,.. ..,..,. A n n Marland
Program Chairmen ..........,t Cindy Kemp, Mari Wright
Sponsor. .,,,....,.... ,.....,V.,..,.......,..... M rs. Jean Grote Yates
Judith Ann McDaniel
Lucy von Cannon
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FEARLESS FRANCES NAVIGATES AS LUSTY CRY
OF "ROW, SLAVES" IS HEARD FROM THE BOW.
EDITOR - FRANCES ZWENIG
ASSISTANT EDITOR - BABS POLLARD
FAMILY PORTRAIT INCLUDES OUR CAPABLE PICTURE EDITORS: FRONT, .
DAUGHTERS NANCY KIRK AND VIRGINIA CIFERSQ SEATED ARE DAD
AND MOTHER, SIDNEY EASLEY AND BEE BRYANQ AND LYN JOHNSON
IS LITTLE BROTHER.
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ARTISTS PEGGY SCOVILLE, SHIRLEY JONES, CAROL FLETCHER, AND
SALIBETH DEAN PREPARE To BOTCH A O THE GRACEFUL MUSES WHO EDIT LITERARY ARE
N THER LAYOUT PAGE- FROM LEFT TO mom: suzmme scams, ANN
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LEVNIS, AND PAM CJEROW.
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OUR HEADS-OF-STAFF GET READY FOR FINAL BLOW.
SPLINTERS: LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: MARSHA GEROW, LYN
GRISARD, OCTAVIA CHAMBLISS. SECOND ROW: JAN YARBOROUGH
PAULA ANDERSON, BARRET WEBSTER,SUSAN STEINMANN, ELAINE
STRICKLAND, DIANN GOULD. THIRD ROW: GREY GUNDAKER,
CATHERINE NELSON, VIRGINIA GILMAN, KAREN KIMBALL, LINDA
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Freshman ..,.,... .......,, A lice Davenport
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Co'C'zpMm" "'A'AA"' """' I Lauren Shumacker
Coach ,,..l,.l,,,.l..,. ,.....,....... M rs. Dick Thomas
Rosalind Jacobs Susan Sawrie
Ann Kosik Jean Taylor
Fain Murphy Rosalind Ulin
Donna Sue Albright .,,.....,.,...,,,,Y, ..G11ard
Carol Dickson ..i,. , . i.,,,,,.,.,..Y Forzuarfl
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Maid of Honorm., .,. , ,.,,.Susan Kennedy Smartt
Page ..., ,. ...,.,. r .A ,A,A.. L ouise Edwards Davenport
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Frances Newton Law Dorothy Angelita Leader
Karen Elizabeth Smith
llluean and Maid of Honor
Miss SUSAN SMARTT Miss DIANN ESTABROOK
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May Da Committees
General Chairman-Karen Standefer
Dance Chairman-Patricia Terry
Costume Chairmen-Nancy Bird and
Art lVorksbop-Betsy Dwyer, President
Program Chairman-Judy Ryan
Committee-Betsy Chisolm, Mary Day,
Carol Landgrebe, Robin Young
Properties and Accessories-Senior Art Workshop, Junior Workshop, Art Students and Volunteers
Cboreograpbers: Sidney Easley, Pam Gerow,
Costume: Susan Butterfield, Gretchen Newell
GAT HERING PEASCODS
Cboreograploers: Diann Estabrook, Patricia Terry,
Helen Bryan, Donna Trail, Susan Yates
Costume: Charlotte Clark, Rosalind Jacobs
Cboreograplaers: Beth Carter, Lynda Collins, Bar-
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Costume: Polly Ann Martin
Cboreograpbers: Susan Smartt, Janet Taylor, Bren-
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C0.Yl1l7lZ2.' Nancy Bird, Temple Smartt
SLEIGI-lT'S SWORD DANCE
Cboreographers: Harriet Smith, Hilda Gaston,
Costume: Laura Smartt
Choreograpbers: Debbie Hagaman, Donna Trail,
Nita Welch, Judy Kendall, Lynda Collins
Costnme: Karen Standefer, Mattie Phillips
Director .............................,..,..... Mrs. Peggy E. Thomas
Assistant Director ...s.,........,..,.,,..,..,,,... Miss Lee Berney
Music Director ,....,,.....,,,,. ,,,,Mrs. Margaret N. Glenn
Art and Properties Director ........,...,... Miss Lou Myers
Faculty and Senior Chairman ,........... Mrs. M. O. Clark
Program Chairman ..... - ,.,,,. Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith
Narrator, ..,..,...,... ., ,.,,. . ..,., ...,,, . ,..,., M iss Roberta. Moore
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Miss SUSAN BUTTERFIELD
President of the Senior Class
Miss BETSY CHISOLM
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Of struggles and striving we sing-
Of lofty ideals and maiestic goals-
Attained through years of mighty endeavor.
Six years ago-after the conquering and destruction
of the fortress of Grammar School,
we, the brave heroes of 1963, em-
barked upon the Sea of Adolescence,
perilous waters filled with many
monsters and fraught with manifold
We set forth in our good ship GPS '65 - all
seventy-eight of usf" full of foreboding and inner
trepidation. Soon we encountered the first of the
perils, Rat Week. For three days of battle, we con-
tended with those monsters, Seniors, ten feet tall,
with hearts of stone and minds of ingenious cruelty,
not to speak of the voices of clarions. On the third
day, a truce was declaredg following the battle of
the Roller Rink, the Seniors were quite ready to
cease hostilities. Tara, one of our most courageous
heroes, was acclaimed for her endurance and forti-
tude during this encounter.
Guided by our trusted helmsman, Mrs. Arm-
strong, who piloted our vessel through the shoals of
tests and homework and safely by the treacherous
reefs of lost books and confused schedules, and aided
by our elected leaders Nancy C., Anne M., and Susan
B., who began the log of our voyage from which this
history is taken, and directed by Judy R. and Toni,
who helped keep us on the right course, we by-
passed many perils and avoided much danger. Betsy
C. and Leanne were in charge of our games, while
Brenton became our Welfare lookout.
On two different occasions we landed-once on
the stage and once on the gym floor-and celebrated
with games. On stage we presented "Red Shoes at
Plymouth Rock," and six months later, we again
rested and marked the occasion with games. This
time they were in the form of folk-dances. Some of
our most coordinated comrades were selected to at-
tend the queen whom we had elected. These for-
tunate ones were Sidney, Lyn, Carol F., Joyce, and
Francie M. Because of some failure in predicting the
correct omens, the gods were offended and showed
their displeasure by sending storms upon us. We,
therefore, returned to an indoor amphitheatre and
continued the celebrations with undampened spirits.
Soon afterwards we again set sail and, after meeting
and overcoming the monsters of Final Exams, we
sailed into a quiet harbor, where we decided to rest
and repair our ship.
Uackie Adams, Donna Albright, Margaret Anacker.
Georgia Jane Bagwell, Suzanne Brooks, Jane Boyd.
Sharon Brown, Helen Bryan, Mary Bates Bryan, Susan
Butterfield, Nancy Canby, Betsy Chisolm, Virgima
Cifers, Charlotte Clark, Ariel Colburn, Jane Cooper,
Mary Day, Salibeth Dean, Carol Dickson, Evelyn
Dowling, Carolyn DuBose, Betsy Drosten, Sidney
Easley, Diann Estabrook, Carol Fletcher, Carla Greg-
ory, Toni Hill, Rosalind Jacobs, Lyn Johnson, Shirley
Jones, Nancy Kelly, Leanne Kemp, Ann Kimball.
Nancy Kirk, Carol Landgrebe, Ginger Lansford,
Patricia Laws, Susan Lay, Ann Lewis, Linda Long,
Frances McAfee, Nancy McClure, Mary Ann McKin-
ney, Polly Ann Martin, May Montague, Alexis Moore,
Nancy Jane Moore, Ann Morrow, Vicky Nelson,
Gretchen Newell, Joy Osborne, Martie Phillips, Babs
Pollard, Susan Potter, Suzanne Roberts, Judy Ryan,
Peggy Scoville, Lauren Shumacker, Laura Smartt,
Susan Smartt, Temple Srnartt, Helen Smith, Karin
Smith. Diane Stephenson, Janet Taylor, Tara Temple-
ton, Patricia Terry, Joyce Thompson, Brenton Van
Cleave, Ella Vander Horst, Katie Webster, Judy Whit-
man, Janie Willingham, Elder Witt, Ann Woodard,
Betty York, Robin Young, Frances Zwenig.
After three months of rest, we resumed our
journey. Jane B., Carla, and Judy W. had been
washed overboard by the storms of the preceding
year, but we had found five new companions-
Karen Standefer, Corinne, Pam, Anne F., and Nancy
B. Our pilot, Mrs. Williams, was assisted by Susu,
Lyn, Annie K., and Diann E., who was keeper of the
log. These brave heroes endeavored to steer us past
the hidden rocks of eighth-grade "maturity," while
Susan B. and Elder tried to rescue us from the seem-
ingly irrestible Siren Song of Friday Study Hall. Our
athletic endeavors were organized by Lauren and
Brenton, and Carol Dickson directed our contribu-
tions toward Welfare.
We dropped anchor at an island where some of
our companions took part in a swimming contest.
Later we traveled inland to visit treasure vaults,
huge steel Caverns, and we wondered at the riches
they contained. Here some of our dramatically in-
clined comrades entertained us with "Introducing
Mopsy." After a year and one-half of our erilous
journey, some of the bravest heroes were llionored
by being selected for a special group, the Service
League. It was during this first part of our journey
that we encountered two other groups of sailors,
both entirely male, hostile to each other, yet friendly
to us. Soon we discovered diplomacy was quite nec-
essary in maintaining friendly relations with both
Next we encountered the treacherous winds of
"Evangeline," accompanied by the pelting rain of
obscure quotations, the hail of similes and meta-
phors, and the sleet of scansion, meter and rhyme.
After passing through such storms, we were glad to
anchor and celebrate our May Games. This year in
our dances we portrayed farmers, stars and some
fantastic creatures known as lemon-drops. Once more
taking up our journey, we escaped the quicksand of
Failure, the marsh of Spring Fever, and thus nearing
the end of our second year, sought a harbor where
we might prepare for the coming year.
Following the celebration of swimming games
in honor of Neptune, we set out on the third year
of our perilous trek. Sharon B., Nancy Jane, Helen
S., Diane S., and Betty Y. were lost during the storms
of the previous summer, but we had gained Beverly,
Helen M., and Elise. Our ship was piloted by Mrs.
Poston with assistance from Lauren, Mary, Judy, and
Ella, keeper of the log. Betsy and Karen Standefer
acted as navigators while Nancy C. took care of our
Welfare. Again some of our heroic comrades were
honored by the Service League, and some of our
scholars became members of the Library Club, led
We made a landing and celebrated with a dra-
matic production, "Accent on Revenge." Here some
of our most athletic crew members, this year led by
Annie K. and Donna Sue, distinguished themselves
in games of basketball played against other crews.
While exploring this country, we met a band of un-
usual characters led by a young man named Ivanhoe.
In his band were, among others, a witch named
Ulrica, a knight, Brain de Bois-Guilbert, and two
young girls, Rebecca and Rowena. After suspicious
questioning we made friends and listened to the
tale of their adventures. Setting sail again, we were
drawn toward the treacherously charming maelstrom
of society, but escaping the worst of its whirlpools,
we succumbed enough to visit the land of Dogpatch,
where we celebrated in dancing. Soon after resum-
ing the journey, we ran into great ice storms, our
ship was paralyzed for several days by the huge ice
floes. Some of us sought warmer climes by heading
south until the weather -became milder, but others
of us huddled together for warmth and remained
near the ship. When at last the ice melted, we
headed for land where we held our May Games in
thanksgiving for our deliverance. This year we
danced the stories of Robin Hood, Peter Pan, and
Sleeping Beauty. A few days later, we took a short
excursion north to a city where we viewed with awe
the great temple to Athena, the great institute of
learning named Vanderbilt and the home of one of
the land's greatest heroes, a mansion called the
Hermitage. Setting sail, we maneuvered our way
through the last of the shoals of our "verdant"
freshman year, and Ending a resting place, landed
to relax and fit ourselves for the coming year. As
we landed, special honor was paid to our two brav-
est heroes, Lauren and Judy, as they each received
a trophy for their meritorious service.
During the summer we regained our companion
Betty Y. as well as gaining Johanna H., but despite
these gains, our crew numbered but seventy. Meg,
Georgia Jane, Suzy Brooks, Nancy C., Jane C., Betsy
D., Francie M., Mary Ann, Ginger, and Ann W. had
joined other crews. With Miss Moore at the helm,
and Elise, Babs, and Frances helping her, and with
Annie K. keeping the log up-to-date, we expected
clear sailing. Navigation was directed by Ella and
Judy, welfare, by Susan B., athletics, by Brenton
and Mary. Others in our crews became members of
the Service League, and some of our most coordi-
nated heroes won laurels in tennis, basketball, swim-
ming, and volleyball. Sidney won special honor for
her grace and dancing skill when she was awarded
membership in the society of Terpsichord.
On our Hrst stop this year, we presented the
last of our dramas, "Augie Evans: Private Eye." We
found that we had landed in the fascinating land of
Politics, and we all joined in the current campaign,
praising the merits of J.F.K. or R.M.N. and discov-
ering that political discussions are usually the fastest
road to the land of the Hotheads. Having rescued
several of our crew from this dangerous area, we re-
sumed our voyage and ran headlong into the first
of a family of monsters which pursued us through-
out the remainder of our voyage. The beast was the
NEDT, a species of examination of the genus of the
National Testing program. All of us survived this
encounter, and to recuperate from the strain we took
"A Trip to Hawaii" where we relaxed with dancing.
W'e rewarded ourselves for our outstanding achieve-
ments in the May Games-we correctly wound two
of the three May Poles-with an excursion to the
mountains in the east where we rode horses, rode
up the mountains in an invention called the Sky-
lift, and enjoyed the famed candy made in that re-
gion. Taking up our voyage, we soon reached the
goal of our fourth year.
With renewed vigor we began the fifth year of
our journey. Through various mishaps we had lost
seven of our crew-Ariel, Johanna, Ella, Susan P.,
Linda L., Helen M., and Anne M. Miss Moyer was
our hclmsman, aided by Virginia, Nancy B. and
Betsy, as Polly Ann, with the help of Lauren, Toni
and their Siaiic staff, recorded the events of our
voyage. May was our Welfare lookout, while Susan
B., Karen Standefer, and Annie K. kept our course
straight toward our goal. Toni and Elise led us
through the swampy hogs of Physical Unfitness,
over the bridges of Jumping Ropes and the trail
rocky with sit-ups, pull-ups, and burpees, until we
all-in some way or another-reached the solid
ground of Physical Fitness. Our most physically fit
companions again won praise in our games, and our
most coordinated dancers-Diann, Susu, Tricia T.,
Helen B., Leanne, Corinne, Pam, May, Brenton and
Babs-were invited to join the band of Terpsichore.
Some of our most erudite comrades were selected for
the National Honor Society-Frances, Jackie, Judy,
Lauren, Karen S., Elise and Elder.
We were beset by another beast of the NEDT
family, the PSAT, but we discovered that this was
merely an infant when its parents, the SApT and
the SAchT, came to attack us also. Our shaken
nerves almost caused the destruction of our ship,
for we came periously close to the rapids of Junior-
Over-Jolliness and almost ran aground on the shoals
of Low Citizenship and the treacherous reefs of
Failure. At length the ensuing storms subsided, and
we found haven "South of the Border" where we
celebrated our escape with a dance. Suddenly, after
the tempest-filled days of Semester Exams, we real-
ized we were not far at all from our goal, and
worked diligently to avoid anything which might
further hinder us. Despite our eEorts to escape, how-
ever, we were soon confronted by another monster,
a relative of the PSAT. To defeat this beast, the
NMSQT, required all our ability, and we were quite
content to rest with our May Games. This year, as
befitted our dignified state, we portrayed deities, of
the underworld and of the heavens. Then we trav-
eled south to the land of Tara, where we danced in
the setting of "Gone With the Wind.', As the year
came to its close, Judy and Annie K. were awarded
the Grace McCallie Scholarship and the Senior
Scholarship respectively, in recognition of their in-
After our ship had landed to rest before we
began the final stage of the journey, many of our
crew members led by our helmsman, Miss Moyer,
with Mrs. Moyer, Miss Moore and Mrs. Reed, ven-
tured northward into the land of the strange mon-
sters known as Yankees. There were many wondrous
things to behold in this alien land. We toured the
country's seat of government and a large metropolis
where we attended several dramatic productions,
visited the homes of famous patriots, and gazed upon
the monuments to many national heroes. Having
stared in amazement at the many wonders of this
land, including large buildings in which the influ-
ence of ancient and contemporary cultures was il-
lustrated, magnificent churches, and the other famous
landmarks of the area, we returned to our ship with
many tales of adventures among the Yankee mon-
With high spirits, we set sail on the final year
of our great voyage. For the first weeks of the jour-
ney, we trained a new crew of sailors who were
about to begin their own perilous trek. We in-
structed them in the rules of the voyage while put-
ting them through a rigorous survival training com-
plete with camouflage and instruction in absolute
obedience to their superiors. This year Mrs. Clark
directed our course with navigational duties assigned
to Lauren, assisted by Karen S., Judy, and Elder,
and with assistant piloting done by Susan B., Betsy,
Elise, and Toni-who completed our log. Frances
was head historian, and, aided by her capable staff
-Babs, Sidney, Nancy Kirk. Lyn, Jackie, Pam, Suz-
anne R., Ann L., Salibeth, Carol F., Shirley, Peggy,
Bee and Virginia, she compiled a book presenting
all the facets of this last year of our voyage.
Our games were led by Donna Sue and Annie
K., and Tara and Joy led the less athletic of us in
supporting our comrades who won honor in such
games as basketball, led by Toni and Laureng ten-
nis, swimming, and volleyball, led by Annie K.
Janet was selected to the band of Terpsichord, led
by Tricia T., while Nancy Kirk, Toni, Susan B.,
Pam and Salibeth were chosen as members of the
National Honor Society, headed by Jackie. The more
musical of our crew were led by Robin in the Glee
Club and Helen in Music Cub, as Laura directed the
group interested in the arts of the theatre, and Betty,
our religious discussions. Brenton and May were out-
standing in their war for welfare which they waged
against the monsters of Selfishness and Indifference.
As each of our crew was toiling up the solitary
road of the Chapel Talk, she inevitably encountered
one or more of the beasts we had met before-the
AmCoT, the SApT or the SAchT. All of us escaped
without much injury, and for their brave perform-
ances in these and other such battles, Frances, Elise,
Karen S., Toni, Salibeth and Elder were named Na-
tional Merit Finalists, and Lauren, Robin, Annie K.
and Susan B. were commended for their heroism.
After such struggles, We relaxed with a dance and
paused to award honor to those most deserving
heroes of the past years. Lauren was named "Most
Outstandingvg Betsy, "Most Popular", Frances, "Most
Likely to Succeed", Annie K., "Most Versatile", Toni,
"Cutest"g Rosalind, "Wittiest"g Susan B., "Most Con-
genialf' and Robin, "Most Feminine." During the
previous summer we had lost Katy and Susan L.,
and at the half-way point in this our last year. Le-
anne descrted us. At last rescuing the last of our
crew from the whirlpool of College Decision, we
sought a calm shore where we celebrated our May
Games. Karen Standefer, assisted by Nancy B., Char-
lotte, Tricia T. and Judy, directed the planning and
execution of the games, given in special honor of
Diann, our May Queen, and Susu, our Maid of Hon-
or. After dancing in a mysterious Eastern setting
we set sail again and without much further diffi-
culty reached the long-sought shores of Maturity
where we bid farewell to our trusty ship, and each
took his chosen path, thankful for his safe voyage
and for the achievement of his hard-won goal.
By ELDER VVITT
I, Jackie Adams, will my understanding of ve-
locity and acceleration to the members of next year's
physics class in hopes that they may be able to get
one problem correct a night.
W'e, Donna Albright and Nancy Bird, will our
smooth, slow driving to Ann Robinson, who we are
sure will make use of it.
I, Helen Bryan, will to Peggy Rawlings my abil-
ity to walk the straight and narrow path.
I, Bee Bryan, will my constant chatter in class to
Ann Baldwin, who is afraid to speak out.
I, Beverly Buckshorn, do will my natural UD
scientific ability in the chemistry lab to Alice Huskey,
Dede Groves, and Trudy Moss in the hope that they
don't break as much as I did.
l, Susan Butterfield, will my desire for getting a
sun tan to anyone who is willing to swelter in the
summer sun, to freeze to death in a reflector in the
winter, and to use Man-Tan when the real thing
I, Betsy Chisolm, will my habitual seat at Every
Baylor athletic event even in the snow, fog, or hail
to Eleanor McCallie, for I am quite sure that some
day she's bound to turn traitor.
I, Virginia Cifers, will my fingernails to Debbie
Hawkins in hopes that she can do better with them
than I did.
I,.Charlotte Clark, will my height to any junior
who wants to spend her senior year looking up to
the junior school girls.
l, Mary Day, will my ability to stay calm in all
situations to Marsha Gerow who certainly won't in-
herit any stability from her sister.
We, Salibeth Dean and Sidney Easley, will to
next year's chemistry classes, our monstrous sponge
and the extra half-hours we always needed and never
had, in the hope that they won't have to use their
lunch periods for cleaning up their lab desks.
We, Carol Dickson, Toni Hill, and Gretchen
Newell, will our nicknames "Bird," "Onion," and
"Noodle," back to the garbage can in the cafeteria.
We, Evelyn Dowling and Vicky Nelson, will our
ability to play golf and to snow Teddy Finley to
Nancy Trotter, who can't seem to do either one.
I, Carolyn DuBose, will my grace and coordina-
tion to Terpsichord in hopes that the members can
use them as examples of how not to be.
I, Diann Estabrook, will my naturally blonde
hair to all those poor girls who are bottle blondes.
We, Anne Fields and Tricia Laws, will our ability
to be good and stay out of trouble to our sisters,
Katie and Mary, in hopes that they will make as
many friends on the Student Council as we did.
I, Carol Fletcher, will my ability to spot cars in
traliic to anyone who is as interested as I am.
I, Pam Gerow, being of extraordinarily sound
mind, will my emotional stability and self-control to
Patty Tessman in hopes that she will gain poise and
not have so many fits.
I, Corinne Goree, will my peaceful senior year
to next year's senior class-on the condition that they
will share it with their teachers.
I, Rosalind Jacobs, will my ability to be "Ravish-
ing" at all times to anybody who feels that she isn't
quite ravishing enough.
I, Lyndjohnson, will my cool and limpid green
eyes to Ju y McCall in hopes that she can take com-
pliments on hers with a straighter face than I can.
I, Shirley Jones, will my athletic prowess to my
sister Barbara in hopes that she, too, will letter in
I, Nancy Kelly, will my athletic and dancing
ability to Barbara Johnson, who seems in dire need
We, Karin Smith and Janie Willingham, will our
fun on the Junior trip to Julie Johnson who, we be-
lieve, has as much nerve as we did.
We, Nancy Kirk and Robin Young, having three
sisters each, will to them our notes, books, and uni-
forms. We might as well. They were going to get
I, Ann Kimball, will to my sister Karen my car
to take care of. Even though she is too young to
drive, she can at least keep my brothers fwho are
old enoughl from tearing it apart.
I, Carol Landgrebe, will my peroxide bottles to
Paula Whittle, who I don't think has ever heard of
We, Ann Lewis and Suzanne Roberts, will our
contacts and glasses to Mrs. Thomas in hopes that
in the future years she will be able to differentiate
I, Polly Ann Martin, will my multi-colored nail
polish to Miss Myers' art classes in the hope that
they will have as much fun experimenting with them
as I have.
I, Margaret Ann McCallie, will our family car to
my mother, who has been riding a bicycle since I
I, Nancy McClure, former "Student Teacher" of
the democracy class, will my esteemed position to
any of Miss Whitaker's students who are bold
enough to take the consequences.
I, May Montague, will my "natural blonde" hair
to all of the peroxide blondes in the hope that at
next year's May Day practice, Mrs. Thomas will
know the difference.
I, Alexis Moore, will my habit of procrastination
to anyone who will take itg I have had it too long
I, Joy Osborne, am willing to will my will to
whoever wishes a will.
I, Martie Phillips, will my supurb equitation to
Louise Newell, who does not know which side of a
horse to mount.
I, Babs Pollard, will my inability to control my
contagious laughter to next year's juniors in hopes
that they will have as many disrupting sessions in
history class as I have caused.
I, Judy Ryan, will my teddy bear to anyone who
wants it as long as she sticks to stuffed animals.
We, Elise Rymer, Peggy Scoville, and Brenton
Van Lleave, will our glamorous mid-week hair-dos
to Ann Butterfield.
I, Lauren Shumacker, will to a new seventh
grader my G.P.S. belt-which is the only thing I've
kept up with for six years. I will turn it over to the
incoming class as soon as I find the buckle.
We, Laura and SuSu Smartt, will to our sisters,
Mary and Nancy, our ring-clacking bags for exclu-
sive use in that certain class.
I, Karen Standefer, will to my rats, Gwin and
Barrett, my ability to grin and bear it.
I, Janet Taylor, will my naturally curly hair to
Harriett Smith whose hair is always beautifully
straight and well behaved.
I, Tara Templeton, will my height to all the in-
coming seventh graders. I'm always mistaken for one
I, Trish Terry, will all my leftover bottles of
Light 'n' Bright to Sharon Adamson so that she, too,
may be a "true" blonde.
I, Joyce Thompson, will my shoes back to Clem-
I, Betty fWonder Womanl York, will my enor-
mous height to the Baylor basketball team in hopes
that they will stomp the Blues in years to come.
We, Elder CWJ Witt and Frances fZ.D Zwenig,
will to all our teachers who seat us alphabetically
our craned necks, our twisted spines, and our squint-
The rustling leaves of the trees divide
And reveal the oracle seated beside
A table laden with sacred scrolls
Of future events of young maidens foretold.
The yellowed parchment crinkles with age
As she scratches her quill 'cross the dusty page.
Issuing forth from her omniscient mind
The prophecies of sixty girls unwind.
The U.S. now uses the metric system because
Cabinet member Adams has changed the laws.
Donna, the mathematician, has never been blue
Since the success of her book, 99 Ways to Argue.
Our Georgia Peach, Nancy, is often a wreck
Racing her taxi from here to Tech.
Helen just married her fourth, a French duke,
She swears up and down that she'll last this one
Bee's ability to have a language vocation
Has made her head interpreter at the United Nations.
Beverly, our Ipana toothpaste queen,
Has replaced Bucky Beaver on the TV screen.
Butter, who for years watched the heavens afar,
Has at last succeeded in catching a "start"
Betsy, the invincible coach, never yields
As she leads Chisolm's "Raiders" across the field.
A similarity with the old lady in the shoe,
Virginiadhas so many suitors, she doesn't know what
Charlotte bravely rockets through space
Her astronaut suit is trimmed in black lace.
Mary's sharp wit has never slowed down,
She now heads a circus-their number one clown!
Sali, our scholar, painter, musician,
Has now reached the peak of intellectualism.
Bird now conducts her nightly session
On "How to Speak in 10 Easy Lessons."
Evelyn's made a million selling Siamese cats-
They talk and do tricks and are house trained at
Carolyn's hair-dos are quite satisfactory
She's now the head of a teasing comb factory.
Sidney is famous in Russian ballet.
Kruschev likes her-she's in to stay.
Diann, our lovely May Day Queen,
Still graces the courts wherever she's seen.
Anne Fields has dyed her hair red and black'
The problem is now how to dye it back.
Carol, a doctor and ever so smart,
Is also a talented dabbler in art.
Pam is quite an avid sports fan,
Now that she knows where the tackles stand.
With high boy-collar and flawless complexion
Cori-inne's still the idol of feminine perfection.
Poor Toni with no co-ordination at all,
Plasters varsity letters all over her walls.
For witty Rosalind, life's never a boreg
If she can't raise the roof, she lowers the floor.
True love never came to captivate Lyn,
She's married instead to her very best "friend.'
If you want to see Shirley, just turn on TV,
Now she puts on her acts for everyone to see.
A mother, a doctor, a learned preacher,
No, Nancy Kelly became a gym teacher.
Dating at McCallie was Ann K's biggest joy,
Now she's headmistress-they're all her boys.
Nancy's "A" courses in chemistry
Decided her major of pharmacy.
Bullwinkle Landgrebe is neither a swimmer nor
Instead she's the wor1d's fastest race car driver.
Tricia has settled for her Florida friend,
Although she's the love of millions of men.
I-Iere's Ann Lewis-she's ventured farg
She's settled in London where the "Bobbies" are.
Nancy McClure, the new actress whiz, is
The most dramatic they know in all of show biz!
Polly Ann Martin, the nail polish queen,
Has invented a color that from the rnoon can be
The years have passed-now May sports a new thing
Instead of a bracelet-a ten karat ring.
Alexis' nails are tough as a board,
She uses them for fencing instead of a sword.
Vicky now owns stock in a large corporation
She bought it by the yard for ground operation.
Gretchen, still as trim as can be,
Serves noodle soup instead of tea.
Joy says of her lovely coiffure,
"Only my hairdresser knows for sure."
Martie's leading a quiet, peaceful life,
Her giggles ran out and there's no love strife.
Spreading bliss to all the world,
Babs' laughing secret is now unfurled.
Suzanne runs a school for ducks and models
Teaching them how to improve their waddles.
Judy certainly collects many stares
For she's now surrounded by small "Teddy Bears."
Elise is now of "Rockette" fameg
Sudden developments were to blame.
Pixenish Peggy with Oriental foundation
Is still the epitome of procrastination.
Lauren, we hear, has been sent overseas
To try to establish eternal world peace.
Now we see Laura, who's still up a tree,
She owes it all to-gullibility???
Temple takes her money every week to the bank-
To establish little savings bonds for all her Hanks
After winning the bathing suit contest with ease,
Susu is titled "Miss Universe Knees."
Lackadaisical Karin without a care,
Still has no gray in her coal-black hair.
Of Karen, the genius, the latest we've heard
She's got seven garages-for her Thunderbirds.
janefs in business-most prices are fair
On pulling out kinks and straightening hair.
Tara, our cheerleader-no, can't be!
She's teaching the scholars democracy.
P.P.T., they used to stayg
Now her initials are P.T.A.
Joyce has made the greatest discovery in years
Invisible contacts-guaranteed, no tears.
Brenton, our psychoanalyst, has written a book
"How to Analyze People With an Insecure Look."
Though Janie has a beau in every port,
She now is modeling in ole New York.
Elder's naturally curly curls
Have now been inherited by her four little girls.
Betty York with her athletic team
Is the Boston Celtics' latest basketball queen.
Now Robin, our lady with the light flaxen hair,
Has hubby, a cottage, and babies to spare.
On Frances' decisions the whole nation waits
She's the Grst Woman President of the United States.
With this last good stroke of fortune we see
The oracle has finished her task of prophecy
Their futures are told-be they true, false or dim,
And we hope it will help you in remembering them.
Throughout the world I see man's endless fight,
The struggle for his soul-the shifting plight
Of man's own love for man. Does brotherhood
Or hate control his heart? Does bad or good
Survive the fateful strife? Can man decide
If Conscience or the Temptor be his guide?
Should I in service give my life away
In aiding, serving others through the day,
Or find my joys in pleasing self alone
Indulging in the selfish joys 1've known?
Bow, O Conscience, to the mighty force
That I, the one who leads men from their course,
Exert o'er man's desire to serve his world.
I proved my power in a storm unfurled
That wrecked a family's love through thoughtlessness
And left a widening gap-lost happiness.
Ah, perfect thoughtlessness, so well contrived,
Consummate plan, for which I love have strived.
See how the one seduced into my wicked way
Let loose a fiery temper to display
The shallowness that Conscience joys to hide.
Yet added to this evil, I'11 contide
Another triumph. Duty lies undone-
Love's obligations left for selfish fun.
And yet my victories lie far beyond the home,
And men slight men beneath the very dome
Of heaven. Man stoops within to satisfy
His pride and flaunt himself before the eye
Of other men. And with malicious words
Man tramples reputations like the herds
Of fiery steeds would mar the valued toil
Of poor man's hands ravaging the soil.
I built a lure to lead man's steps astray.
I gave a chance to shut the light of day
Forever from his mind. The tempting bait
Which lured man in great numbers to my gate
Was trivia-a chance to fill his mind
With nothing great, to hide the worthy find
Of true benevolence from self and all
The greedy world, so large and yet so small.
Delighting in the darkness I can give
Man finds his joy, for man's afraid to live.
Behold the great and mighty Temptor's power.
Ah, man will kneel to me in life's last hour.
O Proud and Spiteful Temptor, who art not great
To whom the weak alone commit their fate,
Admit your evil scheme for victory
Will only gain endless futility.
My power, the rule of justice, truth, and love
Has gathered faithful men so far above
The low and common scum who dwell with you
That man will wish to serve and wish to do
The good and loving acts that please the soul
And make the withered heart grow whole.
No lazy apathy controls these men,
Yet zeal is turned to purpose, not to whim.
The earth is man's to do with as he wills,
To mould, to shape by time and chance and skills
If to withdraw and let the earth decay,
Not adding, sharing, serving, is his way.
Then he may live, I'll not condemn, yet then
Man's destiny is death. But yet if men
VV ill give the world a ray of hope or light
They'll live forever-a beacon bright
To men whose path is dark and way is steep.
They'll live, while selfish others toss in sleep.
Today, as in your power many fell,
Men rose with me in happy heights to dwell,
For in the home I've brought great happiness
Through serving all in true unselfishness.
Outside the love of home, men still find
All is not strife when serving in the kind
And selfless deeds they give the world their best.
I see mankind delighting in the rest
From seeking, searching for the blessed peace
That comes when struggle for self-gain does cease,
And men begin to live to make the earth
A place of love and joy, a place of worth.
I sense the tug of power, the zest for life
In all its bitterness and hate and strife.
There is some glory here, yet then I see
The peace and joy of good. Which shall it be?
By FAIN MURPH1
Beauty is the rainbow flight
Of a humming birdg
Beauty is a green tree
Beauty is a star, a cloud,
A yellow butterflyg
The pale pink east at early dawng
The evening sky.
Beauty is the silver
Ribbon of a brook.
Oh! 1 see beauty
Every place I look.
I stood on the beach and looked at the seag
It seemed to call and to beckon to me
To see its secrets hidden below
From ages so countless no man could know.
Each wave tumbled in, gave one joyous cry,
T hen murmured a whisper and was ready to die.
Yes, a wave came in and beckoned to me,
Gave a hint of that story, the one of the sea.
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Miss MARTHA ELIZABETH CHISOLM Miss SUSAN KENNEDY SMARTT
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