Knox School - Rose Leaves Yearbook (Nissequogue, NY)
- Class of 1959
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Dedication . . . . . . 6
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Our years at Knox have now come to a close and we must part
from the friends we have made and the faculty who have endowed us
with wisdom and understanding. In our parting we would like to
leave behind us the echoing theme of our Rose Leaves, "Knox is
hlled with passing peoplef' We feel we have captured in these pages
a tide of joy which has swept its wave upon us and passed on, leaving
behind memories of our fruitful days at Knox.
To Miss Wood!
BECAUSE OF HER UNDERSTANDING OF US...
HER READY WILLINGNESS TO HELP. . . HER UN-
DTING PA TIENCE. . . HER WONDERFUL SENSE
OF HUMOR SHOWN IN THE ELF THAT CON-
STANTLT TWINKLES IN THE CORNER OF HER
EYE... WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OF NINETEEN
HUNDRED AND FIFT2'-NINE PROUDLTDEDICA TE
THIS, OUR Rose Leaves.
What better can I wish for you than a happy life. This pursuit of happiness is
a common quest - sought by all people everywhere in their own fashion.
But what is happiness and how do we achieve it? Many wise men and philosophers
have written about it and I End the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson those which I wish
to leave with you.
"A happy life is to laugh often and to love much, to win the respect of in-
telligent persons and the affection of children, - to appreciate beauty, to find the
best in everything, to give onels self, to leave the world a little better, - to have
played and laughed with enthusiasm and to have sung with exultation, to know
even one life has breathed easier because you have lived."
May the blessing of our Heavenly Father go with you through your life.
Miss LAURA L. wooD Mrs' MARY Lv BANCROFT Mrs. ETHEL v. KNIFE
Principal PHINNEY Bursar
President of the Board of Trustee.:
Mrs- HENRIETTA L' Mrs. HILDA CANNAN Mrs. JEAN CHILLE
BURDILK Secretary to the Principal Ayyijtant Burgar
Secretary to the Bursar
Miss ANNE E. CULE Mrs. MURIEL B. DAWKINS Mrs. PHYLLIS K. DAY
Pianoforte, English llixtory English School Secretary
Mr. HARRY de LEYER Frau URSULA FEHLER Mr. CLAUDE GONVIERRE
Riding Instructor German, Modern History Pianoforte
Miss MABLE T. HACKETT Miss DOROTHY E. JOHNSON Mrs. MARGARET LEFEAN
Voice French Housemother
Mrs. VIRGINIA LINDSEY Miss ALLENA LUCE Miss CECILE LYNCH
Houxemotlier Spanish Librarian
Miss ANNE MVCDLUE Miss MARIJXN MMDLUE Miss U. M,-XRIAN NORTON
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Senior Clair President
I, now as a student, later as an alumna, solemnly swear faith-
fully to maintain and uphold the honor and principles of Knox, and
to the best of my ability set a good example to the rest of the school,
and herewith I give you my hand.
The bubbling, babbling, ever Howing water
Echoes in the brooks and eddies of life,
Pressing and carrying in her rushing body
The minute sands of humanity.
A melodious tune of life, she carries,
Of hope, of despair, of torment, of happiness,
Pressed to her bosom by the muddy shores.
Sands of indecision glide downstream,
Swerving and swaying through verdant glistening reeds,
Rapping and grasping viscous stones
To be again thrown into the continual current.
On these pulsating particles How,
Washed and swept by time,
Never stopping, always whirling downstream,
Always followed by perpetual tides of humanity.
- Martha Elisabeth Lawler
Our Mrs, Dawkins: with love and gratitude for her
unceasing help and interest in us
Our Alma Mater, In years to come
Thee do we cherishg Our love ne'er shall perish:
As time goes by Knox will remain
And friends must part. Ever dear to my heart g
Knox, we are true,
True to you.
Knox ls Filled with Passing People
Knox is filled with passing people, Though they stay for such a few years
Girls who come and learn and go, Passing onward with their class,
They make fast the old traditions Still their love makes a foundation
And the love of Knox to grow. For the next ones when they pass.
So we want to leave behind us
Some small sign that we have gone,
Taking up the Senior Promise
In our turn to pass it on.
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Our beloved friends, Mrs. Knipe and Mrs. Phinney
Senior Marching Song
When the Senior Class comes marching
You'll know that it's the end
Though we treasured every moment that we
spent with you
And we made a million friends.
Therels a loneliness comes cre
As the evening .shadows fall,
As the golden hush of evening
Lingers gently over all,
That makes the Spring-time not a gladtime,
Makes the Spring-time almost sadtime.
There's loneliness comes creeping
As the evening shadows fall.
Now we're almost through with marching
When weire gone we'll all feel blue
But wejre thankful for the fact that we're
And we promise lasting loyalty to you.
eping There's a longing ills your spirit
As the dusk creeps down the hill
Echoed in the crying cricket
And the sobbing Whippoorwill.
It makes the Spring-time not a gladtime
Makes the Spring-time almost sadtirne.
There's a longing fills your spirit
As the dusk creeps down the hill.
Itls as beauty fills your soul
When the evening shadows fall
That the lonely, longing feeling
Creeps into the heart of all.
Yes, the Spring-time is a sadtime
Yet the Spring-time is a gladtime
For 'tis beauty fills your soul
As the evening shadows fall.
- Linda Mosher Blum '44
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Entered Knox September 1957, School Presi- 'X gf' "l','
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dent, Junior Class Treasurer, D.C. Committee,
Rose Leaves, Ghost, Drama Club, Spanish Club,
Riding Club, Racquet Club, Varsity Basketball,
Rose Team Cheerleader. "Quiet pleaseg I can't
stand it," usually found in Miss Woodls office,
aspires to flower, watcrloo - problems, can't
wait til Knox is coed!
"born to serve she seems with grace to win,
ana' heart to hold"
Beatrice Carla Wright
Binghamton, N. Y.
Entered Knox September 1956, Senior Class
President, Junior Class Secretary, Sophomore
Class President, D.C. Committee, Drama Club
Vice President, Glee Club, French Club, Spanish
Club, Rose Leaves, Ghost, Racquet Club, Var-
sity Hockey and Softball. "Hey you kids, hon-
estly,', usually found at the diet table, aspires to
be a pilot, Waterloo - dear johns and gum
chewers, can't wait til I can wear my lenses
"ordinary saints grow faint to posterity, whilst
quite ordinary .sinners pass vividly down through
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Benita Mae Browarsky E W
Entered Knox September 1955, Glee Club,
Spanish Club, Rose Leaves, Riding Club, Rac-
quet Club, White Team. 'SI don't know,'l usu-
ally found helping out, aspires to be size 7,
waterloo - espannol? canlt wait till that
Youngstown Robin comes bob-bob-bobin'
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Buffalo, New York
Entered Knox September 1957, White Team
Treasurer, Varsity Hockey Captain, Drama
Club, French Club, Rose Leaves, Racquet Club,
Riding Club, Varsity Basketball and Tennis,
White Basketball and Hockey. 'fWe'll see ya!"
Usually found out of uniform, aspires to be a
Switzerland ski bummer, waterloo - saving
money, can't wait til my Deb party.
are smiles with an intent to do mischief
Susan Barnes Carhart
El Paso, Texas
Entered Knox February 1958, Spanish Club,
Rose Leaves, Rose Team. "I sure wish I'd get
some mail," usually found in the shower, aspires
to speak romantic German, waterloo - dieting,
can't wait till the bathrooms are inside.
'she found life a pattern'
Entered Knox September 1958, Rose Leaves,
VVhite Team. "Hey Hot Diggityf' usually found
drinking coffee. aspires Home sweet Home,
waterloo - History of Art, can't wait til gradu-
'bf silent and be sa ff silence nvzfr'r betrays you '
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Oyster Bay, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1957, Rose Leaves,
Racquet Club, Riding Club, Varsity Hockey
and Basketball, Rose Hockey and Basketball
Teams. "Sign me out," usually found trying
to understand people, aspires to be indepen-
dent, waterloo - men fnot boysj, can't wait
til I find the right guy.
'it ir better to have .romething to remember
than nothing to regret'
Bonnie Jean Cornelius
Buffalo, New York
Entered Knox September 1956, Riding Club
Treasurer, French Club Secretary, Glee Club,
Rose Leaves, Rose Team. "Geesl It's really
greatln usually found looking for food, aspires
to take a trip around the world in a trailer,
Waterloo - work, canit wait till I find someone
to solve my problems for me.
'it mag: not how long you live, but how well'
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Cynthia Jane Cummins
Manhasset, LI., New York
Entered Knox September 1957, French Club,
Clee Club, Sextet, Rose Leaves, Riding Club,
Racquet Club, Rose Team. 'Tm so hungry,
you bet," usually found in a hula-hoop, aspires
to have cheese souffie on Friday, waterloo -
litterbugs, ean't wait til I can take a HOT
'how .wad and bad and mad it was! but then,
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Entered Knox September 1958, Senior Class
reasurer, Glee Club, French Club, Spanish
'll , Knoxtette. Rose Leaves, Ghort, Riding
ilub, Rose Team. "Hi, Chiekf, shoot zee
bunny," usually found composing dear john
letters, aspires to be the love of his life, water-
loo - falling out of upper bunks, can't wait til
we two are one.
'personality lourlzed with humor, mpable of
laugliier, yet firm and decided'
Barbara Hathaway Daugherty
El Paso, Texas
Entered Knox September 1957, Spanish Club
Secretary, Rose Leaves, Ghost, Racquet Club,
Riding Club, White Team. "There must be
something we can do,', usually found in front
of a mirror, aspires to be an international play-
girl, waterloo - HQO2. canit wait til our little
southerner developes laryngitis.
'such girls as this are hard to find: she knows
her place and speaks her mind'
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Smithtown, Long Island, New York
Entered Knox September 1954, Sophomore
Class Treasurer, Drama Club Secretary, French
Club, Rosa Leaves, Ghost, Riding Club, Var-
sity Basketball, Hockey and Softballi Teams.
"When in doubt . . . ?!?,' usually found . .
you know where, name itl, aspires to be 5'3",
Waterloo - 5'2", canit wait til the weekends.
'he knows most who speaks least'
Margo Luise Essick
Entered Knox September l955, Spanish Club
Treasurer, Rose Team Cheerleader Captain,
French Club, Glce Club, Ron' Leaves, Ghost,
Racquet Club. "da-da-da, ash-ash-ash," usually
found eating clams with Captain Knowlton,
aspires to be the cha-cha queen in Rio Pieclras,
waterloo --- Denny, can't wait til Fm Gidget.
'they .vin who lfll us lore fan die'
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Entered Knox September 1956, Spanish Club
President, Senior House President, Rose Leaves,
French Club, Tattlwr, Glee Club, Ad Luzicm,
Drama Club, Varsity Hockey and Basketball,
Racquet Club, Rose Team. g'Oh Creep: Cali-
fornia here I come." usually found bragging of
my "Golden State," aspires . , . lVinnie the
Pooh, Waterloo M French teachers, can't wait
til vacation comes.
'I haw' been faithful to tlzwe . . . in my favlzion'
Grd? CSX L Mia Marie Louise Fonssagrives
New York City
Entered Knox September 1955, Rose Team
Captain, French Club President, Rose Team
Cheerleader Captain, Junior Class Vice Presi-
dent, Scribblers Club, K.A.A., Ad Lucem, Glee
Club, Drama Club, Rose Leaves, Ghost,
Spanish Club, Riding Club, Racquet Club,
Varsity Hockey, Rose Hockey, Basketball and
Softball Teams. "Score, chalk one up!,' usually
found walking through walls, aspires to play
con a drums in the village, waterloo - tor-
tonies, Latin, and Swedish men, can't wait til
June 16, 1959, at 11 :30 A.M.
'happiness is speecltlers'
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Smithtown, L.I., New York C 1 ,C M if
Entered Knox September 1956, Ghost Business ,f W i i
Manager, Drama Club, French Club, Spanish
Club, Riding Club, Racquet Club, White
Team. "That's attractive," usually found buried
under a book, aspires . . . red M.G.A. converti-
ble, waterloo - crewcuts, can't wait til college.
'in quietness and in confidence shall bf your
Betsey Boswick Jones
Saddle River, New Jersey
Entered Knox September 1957, Senior Class
Secretary, Rove' Leaves Business Manager, Sen-
ior House President, French Club, Ghost, White
Team Cheerleader Captain, Racquet Club,
Riding Club, Varsity Hockey, White Hockey
and Basketball Teams, "Iss sat sooo! Now
really! Stay well, Msimanguw usually found
fashionably late, aspires to play a barefooted
game of Frisby in Washington Square, Waterloo
- Dobbs poetry, can't wait til my perspective
ceases being hazy.
'when thu devil drops his lim' I can't help but
nibble at it'
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Joan Lilli Kessel
Smithtown, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1954, K.A.A. Presi-
dent, French Club, Roxf Lrazwxf, Glee Club,
Ad Lucem, Ghost, Drama Club, Varsity Hoc-
key and Basketball teams, Rose Team. "Let's
try that entrance again," usually found in the
middle, aspires to get up last one morning,
Waterloo - Penny's speediness, can't wait til
everything goes right.
'nothing great was ever acliiezfrd without en-
Martha Elisabeth Lawler
North Tarrytown, New York
Entered Knox September 1957, Scribblers Club
President and Vice President, Rose Leaves Li-
terary Editor, Glee Club, Sextet, Ghost, French
Club, Spanish Club, Varsity Hockey, Rose
Hockey, Basketball, and Softball Teams, "Hey,
Chicken Littleg go well, Urnfundisif, usually
found playing the role, aspires to be re-incar-
natecl as a Greenwich Village 4'Peanuts,5'
waterloo - kitchens, tortonies, and principles,
can't wait til I become a profound philosopher
'unless you havr chaos within you, you cannot
give birth to a dancing star'
Katherine Penelope Knowlton
West Islip, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1956, Glee Club,
Drama Club, Rose Lravrs, Varsity Hockey and
Basketball, White Hockey, Basketball, and Soft-
ball Teams. "Listen ta meg mcrci buckets,"
usually found in a mask, aspires to model for
Donovin and Co., waterloo - uniforms in gen-
eral, can't wait til I join the Coast Guard.
'this above all: to thine own self be true'
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'or lass President,
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, c Gee Club, Rare ,f1..r, White Team.
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Huntington Bay, L.I., New York
Entered Knox February 1956, Scribbler's Club
Secretary, Spanish Club, French Club, Rose
C Leaves, Riding Club, Rose Team, 'LI wish I
could board," usually found away on week-
V' ends, aspires to be Nature Girl II, waterloo -
that silver Austin Healy, can't wait til Charlie
pilots my private plane.
'with gentle yet prevailing force, intent upon
her distant course'
Whitestone, New York
Entered Knox September 1956, White Cheer
leader Captain, Spanish Club, Riding Club
Glee Club, Rose Leaves, White Team Varsity
Hockey, Racquet Club. "Yacka-puck Leb
anouief' usually found counting bottles aspires
to be a world traveler, waterloo - group ratings
canlt wait til June, 1960.
'I live for those who love me, for those who
know me true'
Gale Elena Mitton
Setauket, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1957, Student Con-
gress, Rose Leaves, French Club, Glee Club,
Ghost, Racquet Club, Rose Team Cheerleader.
"Where's my ciggy?,' usually found under
the weather, aspires to go to England, waterloo
- Englishmen, can't wait til Jeepy is well.
'a man has his will, but a woman has her way'
Joan Elizabeth Nixon
Entered Knox September 1957, Rose Leaves
Editor-in-Chief, Riding Club Secretary, Senior
Cottage President, Scribbler's Club, Ghost,
Spanish Club, Glee Club, Rose Team. 'Tm
sorry I'm late, Sir, but I had a meeting, Hark!"
usually found wondering where I'm going but
on the way, aspires to meet that deadline, wa-
terloo - humorous? remarks about Indiana,
can't wait til my Blue Moon turns to gold again.
'therels nothing worth the wear of winning but
laughter and the love of friends'
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Eggertsville, New York
Entered Knox September 1957, Spanish Club,
Rose Leaves, Riding Club, Rose Team. "Cha-
cha-chaf, usually found in the saddle, aspires
to understand Bubbles, Waterloo - Joan's pas-
sion for open window shades at night, canlt
wait til I can calmly climb into my upper bunk.
'a horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse'
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Pamela Elizabeth Penny
Manhasset, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1956, Racquet Club
President, Rose Team Secretary-treasurer, Rose
Leaves, Drama Club, Ghost, Spanish Club,
Glee Club, Riding Club, Sailing Team, Var-
sity Hockey and Basketball. "Treats, GIGIFV,
usually found setting a bad example, aspires to
hunt Cicero Sundays, Waterloo - the May
Pole, can't wait til there is pressure in the
'good nature is the sign of a large and generous
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Entered Knox September 1957, Glee Club Presi-
dent, Sextet, Knoxtette, French Club, Rose
Leaves, Ghost, Rose Team. 'LYou want me to
be in a bad mood?" usually found laughing
and eating, aspires to hold my fizzi, waterloo -
Greek men, canlt wait til Candy shoots the
'as merry as the day is long'
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Entered Knox September 1956, Spanish Club
Librarian, French Club, Rose Leaves, Racquet
Club, Riding Club, Varsity Hockey. "Ayi Dios
miolw usually found behind a hearty laugh,
aspires . . . cheaper by the dozen, Waterloo -
history teachers, can't wait til the bills are
'a merry heart goes on all day'
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Barbara Ann Rose
Oakland, New Jersey
Entered Knox September 1957, White Team
Captain, K.A.A., Spanish Club, Rose Leaves,
Racquet Club, Riding Club, Varsity Hockey
and Basketball. "Gotta go on a diet," usually
found writing D SL E, aspires to teach espanol,
waterloo - Bisque Tortoni and singing, can't
wait for whom the bells toll.
'without persistence nothing great was ever
Sara Louise Taggaro
Entered Knox September 1956, Social Chair-
man, Drama Club Secretary, Scribblers Club,
Glee Club, Rose Leaves, Ghost, French Club,
Riding Club, Racquet Club, Rose Hockey and
Softball, Rose Team Cheerleader, Varsity
Cheerleader. "Really! No kiddingfi' usually
found gorging herself, aspires 36B , waterloo -
tortonies and diets, canlt wait til this thing's
'sentimentally I'm disposed to harmony, but or-
ganically I'm incapable ofa tune'
Oyster Bay, L. I., New York
Entered Knox September 1955, Student Con-
gress, French Club, Rose Leaves, Riding Club,
Rose Team. "Yes, I know, but . . f' usually
found confused, aspires to be independent,
waterloo - certain blue-eyed men, can't wait
til I reach the ivy halls.
'if music be the food of love - play on'
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Bay Shore, L.I., New York
Entered Knox September 1958, Rose Leaves,
Riding Club, Rose Team. "Let's try Prellj' usu-
ally found writing to Burt, aspires to have a
telephone credit card, Waterloo - Lady Grey's
dirty tail, can't wait til my roommates all be-
come fresh air fiends.
'here is wisdom manifested in silence'
L isa Teresa Villegas
nox September 1956, Riding Club
nt, Spanish Club Vice-President, Rose
Le ves, Ghost, Aa' Lucem, K.A.A., French
Glee Cl b, Racquet Club, D.C. Commit-
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d under the suds, aspires to relax,
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Setauket, L. I., New York
Entered Knox September 1955, Ghost Editor,
Glee Club, Knoxtette, Scribblers Club, Rose
Leaves, French Club, White Team. 'LI can,t
seem to find my booksf' usually found moan-
ing and gnashing her teeth, aspires to be editor
of Time Magazine and get it out twice a. day,
waterloo - getting home in the afternoon, can't
wait til she has long hair.
'she dwelt among the untrodden ways'
Candy Dalton, Stacy Palaologos, jerry Obletz, Benita Browarsky, Mrs. Margaret Lafean,
Margie Toors, Chris Thayer, joan Kessel, Sue Carhnrt, Joan Nixon, Carla Wright, Margo
Essick, Donna Atwill, Penny Knowlton, Barbara A. Rose.
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Sall Layman Barbara Daugherty, Bonnie Cornelius, Su Cummins, Jo Colonna, Luisa Vil-
le-gas, Mia Fonssagrives. Win Bloom, Pam Penny, Betsey Jones, Sally Taggard, Estela Quin-
tana, Jayne Flynn, Lisa Lawler. ABSENT 7 D. Merton.
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We, the immortal Senior Class of 1959, leave behind to our fellow classmates the
many "treats" that we have had in our last year. Firstly, we would like to leave
behind our wonderful nocturnal journeys down the hill in wintertime and our meals
to future fortunates. Secondly, we would like to leave behind our transmission of
daily assignments through the air vents. Next we wish to leave our marvelous heat-
ing systems and barometers which have gotten us through the winter. Our ever pre-
vailing starvation is another thing we must part with for we feel it would be a shame
to walk out of here suffering from malnutrition. Our fourth john is something we
fear wc can't take with us also, although it has endeared itself to us, consequently,
we bequeath it to the Juniors who will find out, from experience, that it never fails
to be broken. Although there have been no serious accidents with the new double
decker bunks we feel that we should leave them all and may we add as a small re-
minder - BRING BANDAGES .- as falling from high altitudes is positively
NO fun. Lastly, we would like to leave our cutting through the smoke barrier to
anybody who feels that pyromaniacs are useful people.
Gail Mitton leaves her wild jeepster to the Spanish girls so they too can be day-hops.
Her faux-pas, Dora Graber leaves to Sassy Kambhu.
To Janis White, Tika Waterman leaves her superior organizing ability.
In hopes that her growing pills will work better for Darolyn Dibble, Dot Esser re-
luctantly leaves them behind.
Sally Layman wills to Melanie Campbell ALL of her "Trouble.,'
To Margaret F laccus, Bonnie Cornelius leaves her gym suit in hopes that she won't
wear it out.
Her "oh, so southern" accent Jo Colonna leaves to Julie Crane.
Estella Quintana leaves her beautiful English dialect to Miss Morton.
To Francis Holden, Sally Taggard leaves all of her hidden treasures.
As ever Su Cummins leaves hungry.
In her C. Sandals, Betsey Jones leaves trotting down the hall.
At 33.85 per pack, Barbara Daugherty leaves her gum chewing to anyone who can
afford that price.
Win Bloom leaves her ability to crash through walls to Louise Gilliam and Cindy
Her long black stockings and Bohemian boots Lisa Lawler leaves to Mrs. Rogers
so that she might endure another winter at Knox.
Pam Penny leaves Miss McGlue to Find another right hand man.
Margo Essick leaves the 18th floor to Bowes and Corky.
Her prominent love of horses, Penny Knowlton leaves to "Vindy."
Barbara Ann Rose leaves her middle name to Barbara Walker Rose.
To Betsey Bach and Mary Ellen Puglio, Stacy leaves her ability to sing on key?
Charlie Wright leaves to Rosemary Baruch her lens cleaner.
To Sue Scott, Chris Thayer leaves her bottle of sunshine and to Janet Morrow her
love of dissecting animals.
Margie Toors leaves her ability to dream to Timmy Morrow.
Kathy Harding is the proud possessor of Donna Atwill's week-end excursions.
To Stephanie Wittenbel, Kate Schneider leaves her short hair.
Joan Kessel regretfully leaves behind her jokes to anyone willing to adopt them.
To Bella Halfon. Jerry Obletz leaves her ability to solve problems.
Her extreme plumpness, Luisa Villegas leaves to Penny Heck.
To Mary Riley, Sue Carhart leaves her ability to keep quiet.
Candy Dalton proudly leaves her curly hair to jackie Landry.
Mia Fonssagrives leaves to Linda Shepard her tee shirt and the presidency of the
The Scotch hat of Joan Nixon is being left to Lollypop in hopes that she may
develop a Scottish burr.
Benita Browarsky leaves to Mariluz Quintana her wonderful ability to translate es-
panol papers, and her organizing ability to Gale Speir.
Georgea McPherson leaves incognito.
Donnajean Merten leaves her affinity for royalty to Joan Zabski.
To Carolyn Uhl, Sandi Cox leaves snowy roads, and to Missy Brownback she leaves
Due to the rapidity of her departure, we never found out what Jayne Flynn left.
Our mascot, Lady, regrets that she must leave with us, but her barking has told us
that she leaves behind the growing shrubbery for any other dog that might roam
on the campus.
Although we fear we must leave Mrs. Dawkins behind, we want to express our deep
gratitude and thanks for all that she has done for our class this year, we couldn't
have found a better advisor.
Signed, sealed and delivered on this 5th day of June, Nineteen Hundred and
Fifty-eight in our presence:
The Class of 1959
Senior Celebrities or The Awful Truth
DONE THE MOST FOR KNOX MOST EXOTIC
Win Bloom Penny Knowlton
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BIGGEST DEVIL
Carla Wright Lisa Lawler
MOST TACTLESS BIGGEST SADDLE POLISHER
Donna Atwill Sally Layman
MOST HELPFUL MOST SOPHISTIGATED
Bemta Browarsky Georgea McPherson
SLBBPIBST GLOBE TROTTER
Sue Carhart Donnajeane Merten
TiTIIgI2ia1?li:'ST SAYS MOST MOST FOGBOUND
LAZTBST U MOST ERUDITE
Bonnie Cornelius Joan Nixon
MOST CONSCIBNTIOUS BIGGEST APPLE POLISHER
Sandi Cox Jerry Obletz
CLASS BABB MOST AMUSING
Su Cummins Stacy Palaologos
CLASS BABY MOST EXPLOSIVE
Candy Dalton Pam Penny
MOST LIKELY TO COME TO A VIOLENT LEAST DRAG WITH THE FACULTY
BND Estela Quintana
MOST GENEROUS FIRST TO GET MARRIED
Barbara Ann Rose
BAREFOOT CONTESSA Mis? ZPQBBTLB
Margo Essick a e C nel er
BIGGEST HACKER MOST BOUNCE-TO-THE-OUNCE
Jayng Flynn Taggafd
MOST CHIC MOST COMPLICATED LOVE LIFE
Mia Fonssagrives Chris TPIHYCY
BIGGEST WORRIER MOST EQUINE
Dora Graber Margie T00rS
FASHIONABLY LATE PERFECT KNOX GIRL
Betsey jones Luisa Villegas
MOST DRAG WITH THE FACULTY MOST MYSTERIOUS
Joan Kessel Tika Waterman
Dnnp Knox fnr the Most - Senior Cl3SS
January 21, 1969
My dear Barbara Hathaway,
I must apologize for my extreme tardiness in writing this, but I have been kept
busy with my latest book, The Truth Behind Private Schools, a sequel to Your
Teacher Can Be Your Friend. As you can see, my spare moments have been few.
I just saw in Newsweek that Pam Penny had been nominated to take over Martha
Graham's position as the president of the Martha Graham School of Dance, and
that Miss Penny's protege, Estela Quintana, will be presented in a jazz ballet in
the Spring. And, My Dear, I guess you've heard that Penny Knowlton is model-
ing the latest Bohemian clothes in Providence, R.I.
It was wonderful hearing the news of Donnajeane, of course, and your recent
trip to Lebanon. It's a shame that that cute couple hadn't gotten together sooner. But
c'es la vie!
By the way when you get back to the States, be sure to go to the "Apportez Nous
Vos Cheveux Nous Les Friserons" operated by the former Barbara A. Rose. One
of her best hair stylists is Anastasia Palaologos. Speaking of the Beautician busi-
ness, while I was there last Friday I ran into Win who was having her face redone
for the starring role of "Apegirl,'l and Donna Atwill, who has just returned from
scaling the Alps. They told me about quite a few of the girls with whom I had
lost contact these past few years. To begin with, Jerry Obletz and Benita Brow-
arsky had participated in the Olympics last year, and Benita came out with best
horse of the year. I believe her horse was called "Iceman.'l Furthermore, I leamed
that Carla Wright and Chris Thayer had joined the United States Air Force, and
their first flight will take them to the base on Mars.
Oh! My Dear, the other night Bill and I went to the Village Vanguard where
the Queenston Trio was playing, and you will be amazed to hear that it was com-
posed of Mia, playing the "gut-bucket,', Betsey playing the "ass-jaw," and Sally
Taggard on the guitar. It was most interesting to say the least, and Bill and I had
a very charming evening.
Oh, you'll die when you hear this - last week a friend returned from a Yale
weekend with a long story about one of the housemothers knowing me. Well, it
turned out to be none other than Georgea McPherson: she always was fond of
that place! She also told me that Natika is still trying for the Ph.D. in psychology.
This morning I read in the newspaper that Sue Carhart, Candy Dalton, Sandy
Cox, and Margie Toors have been making extensive surveys of the Buffalo Wal-
lows in Walla Walla, Washington. I also saw that Sally Layman, Bonnie Cornel-
ius, Su Cummins, Kate Schneider, and Gail Mitten have returned from abroad. In the
same column was the announcement that jo Colonna had married a Brazilian coffee
planter so now I guess she'll have all the coffee she can drink!
Tell me, have you heard anything from Jayne and Winnie? Remember how she
used to talk about him to make us jealous? What's this I heard about Margo?
Has she really been nominated as cha-cha queen of the Rio Piedras? Remember
her roommate, Joan Kessel? She is now head of the Savage School working with
Miss Anne McGlue. Her Knox friendship's proved lasting.
I hear that Luisa Villegas and joan Nixon are working for the Barnum and
Bailey Circus, Luisa as the Fat Lady and Joan as a bareback rider. Miss Wood
wrote to me recently to tell me how pleased she was that Dora and Dot have ap-
plied for admission to the Knox Post Graduate School.
That's the news for now, do write and tell me what you and the Count have
been doing. '
As the school year nears its terminus and we look forward with trembling
eagerness to a promising future, we fondly recall all the wonderful memories
which we shall carry with us from Knox. These are many and varied recollec-
tions that will come to mind in the days and years to come of the time we
passed in our "alma mater."
The cherished friendships and the conhdences we've exchanged with an
understanding companion . . . the overwhelming problems which threatened
to engulf us . . . the fun of everyday dormitory life . . . all forever pass into the
realm of memory. NVe take with us the learning we have gained - more than
just that brought with long sleepless nights and midnight oil - a clearer un-
derstanding of ourselves and a character partially molded by this time of
preparation. What sadness was felt or tears shed here we'll but dimly remember
- only enough to heighten the memories of past pleasures.
Remember the thrill you felt, Seniors, the first time you wore that cherished
white blazer after the lantern parade last year? Remember the new sense of
maturity you felt when you ceased to sneer at those customs labeled "tradi-
tions"? Remember the tons of homework you did and the knowledge that
sometimes had to be forced into your head? Remember the envious glances
as you preceded the underclassmen into the dining room . . . the problems
you had setting that "good example" . . . the sshh, sshh as you half-walked,
half-ran down the hill early in the morning for initiation . . . the dread and
last-minute cramming before exams? Remember looking forward to college . . .
making your choice . . . those awful College Boards . . . those mental blanks?
Remember the aches and pains after gym class . . . the stinging cold on those
winter hunts . . . the supreme fatigue as you fell into bed? Remember the ex-
citement and anticipation before vacation . . . yelping for joy when the phone
rang just for you and you knew "he" was on the other end? Remember May
Day, the Spring Horse Show, Senior Day, the Senior Ship, Class Day, and
hnally Commencement when you graduated in that long white gown and sang
the "Alma Mater" for the last time? . . . remember?
Remember when you hrst started to think more deeply on, "who am I?
from whence have I come? whither am I going and to what purpose?" You
never came to a definite conclusion, did you? Does anyone?
How many of our predecessors have felt the same sensations and recalled
the same memories? VVe are an essential part of a long procession. Yes, Knox
is full of passing people, and now it is our turn to pass on into a bright and
- Joan Nixon
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TO THE UNDERCLASSMEN :
As we now commence our new journey, we would like to
leave with the juniors and the remainder of the school our best
wishes, admiration, and love, hoping that their years at Knox
will be as happy and rewarding as ours have been.
l"IlIS'l' ROW Cindy Dvnnis, joan Zzihski. Lawrie Gulf- Spf-ir, Mary Ellvn Pnglio. Bvllu Hzxlfon, Sue Srott,
Huw:-s, 4I.inr-t Morrow, Ilgirolyn Uiiilmlcy Kathy Harding, Mzlriliiz Quintxinzi. Nlissy Brownlmvk. THIRD ROI!" -!
Sqwirm- Kgnnlihn. B1-lsr-y Hzivh, Lmiisc- Cilliznn, Frnnrcs Timiniv Morrow. Bnrbzirsi W. Rosv. Pc-nny Hc-Ck. W'f'ndy
Ilnldvn. SICCUND ROW - jnliv Crginc, Mgirggn-ct Plumb. Mc-lnnic Cznnphc-ll, Rosvniziry Baruch, Carolyn
l"lm'r'iiQ. Iiillliil Slivpqinl, Bfury Rilvy, Jzinivf' YVhitc-, Liili,Slvllililliil'vviHI1I'iJl'i.cih1ll'll'l1C'IIIIZIS.
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FIRST ROW: chris Meyer, Mary Ann Smith, Beth Hil-
lenbrand, Betsy Moore, Lucy Faile, Jill Kollmar, Hilda
Foyo. SECOND ROW: Pam Dixon, Laura Lee Allison,
Kit Libman, Sally Bellman, Marty Spring, Gedy Angela-
kova, Joan White. THIRD ROW.' Phyllis Wynn, Ginny
Robinson, Lynn Murrah, Joanne Burt. Sandy Grant, Joan
Buday. FOURTH ROPV: Julie Foster. Aura Siso, Janet
Wright, Barrie Rawalc. Linda Uris, Hazel Heaney, Andy
Ward. ABSENT: Pat McPherson,
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I"l1fS'1' NUIV: Susan Lzihr, Susan lvfott. Toni Iiighthollrn, Lilian Ssipvnv, SECOND ROIVI
lfrain Nr-llc-r, Mgirilnz Rhoclv, Sully Phillips, Lynn Plzitt, Sully Kxniflinxin, Dorothy Kovnig,
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The Student Council is thc- studcnt govcrnmcnt of the school. and is
Composcd of thc Principal. the School Prcsidcnt, and thc Prcsidcnts of
each Form. At our wcckly rncctings wc discuss ideas for dcvcloping and
improving thc stud:-nt body and school. XV1- talk ovcr matters which
may arise affccling school lifc.
The Discipline Committee is composed of the Principal, the School
President, two members of the faculty, and two members of the third
and fourth forms respectively. When a special disciplinary problem
arises, it is the duty of the committee to evaluate the problem and find
the most beneficial solution.
Miss Laura L. Wood
SEATED: Miss Anne Cule, Miss Laura Wood. and Mrs. Muriel Dawkins. STANDING:
Frances Holden. Win Bloom, and Luisa Villcgas.
The Student Congress
The Student Congress is a representative organization which meets each
Moriclay. lt is eoinposecl of the School President, each form president, and
two representzttives from eaeh form.
Our :tim is to huilcl ideas which are hrought before tts into eonstrttetive plans
which will hetter our school.
l"IIf.S'T ROW: Beth Hillenbrand, Kathy Harding, Win Bloom, Carla Wright, Toni Light-
lmourn. SECOND ROW: Dzxrolyn Dihhle, Lztwrie Bowes, Hazel Heaney, Mia Fonssngrives
Sully Kauffman, Gail Mitton, Lynn Platt. NOT PRESENT: Ginny Robinson.
SEATED: Sally Taggarcl, Lisa Lawler, Mrs. Muriel B. Dawkins, Georgea McPherson.
STANDING: Linda Shepard, Tika Yvaterman, Mia Fonssagrives, Mary Riley, Frances
Holden, Joan Nixon.
ln l922 the Literary Club, Seribblers, was established. Its sole
purpose was to write and criticize poetry. During the years of its
existence Seribblers has been known for its excellence in writing and
preeision ot literary Criticism.
lN'e would like to thank lX1rs. Phinney, our honored guest, for her
patience with us and interest in our individual writing abilities.
And to lN'Irs. Dawkins, our advisor, we give our thanks for her con-
stant help and understanding of us. lN'ithout the two of them we
would never have had sueh a prosperous and enjoyable year.
Lisa Lawler, President
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Janis Vlhite ..... .... A ssistant editor
Dora Graber . . . . . Business hlanagci'
FIRST ROI1' - v Gvorgrai lVIvPhcrson, Gulf' Spoir. XVin sick. Stzwy Pnlnologos. Sully TllQLI1lI'll, THIRD HOU'
Bloom. Dot Essc-r, Tikn W'11tf'rrnz1n. lWrs. Stnnsbury W- Ad- Lisa Lawler. Stophzxnir' XVitnc-lmrl. Phyllis YN'ynn. Lindgx
visor. Janis Whitc, Dora fil'Lil7f'I'. Gail Milton, Mzxrgurct Shepard. Frzinccs llolclcn. BIll'lDill'1l D2ll1Qllf'liIQ'. QIl1g11'lm-lu
Flzwflls. Pvnny llvrk. SECOND RUN' -- Pam Pvnny. Haus. lNIin F0nss1lg1'iVf's, Bz11'lx11'z1 YV. Rust: Bvtsvy .lonvs
Joan Kvsscl, Cody Angclnkovn. Carla Wiight. .Ioan Nixon, Luisa Villcgns, Bctsvy Bach,
Jill Kollmxlr. Szisirvc Kambhu, Dnrolyn Dihblc. Margo Es-
l"Ii'0N'l' ROW: Marty Spring, Lynn Platt, jackie Landry,
Betsey jones, Sally Bt-llman, Lynn lvlurrah, Bella Halfon,
liintla Shepard. SICCUND ROW: Beth Hillenbrand, Betsy
Moore, Missy Brownlmaek, Chris Meyer, Ancly Ward, Sally
Phillips, Mary Riley, Staey Palaologos, Cindy Dennis, Bar-
bara W. Rose, -Iill Kollinar, Mia Fonssagrives, Kit Lib-
nian. THIRD ICUW: Sandy Grant, Aura Siso, Luey Failc,
Betsey Barh, Ililrla Foyo. Laura Lee Allison, Joan White,
Mademoiselle johnson, Mariluz Quintana, Madame Tat-
istseheff, Sasiree Kamhhu, Cale Speir, Hazel Heaney, Chris
Thayer, Cancly Dalton. FOURTH ROIV: Gayle Niitton,
Lawrie Bowes, Pain Dixon, Sally Taggard, Mziry Ellen
Puglio, Dora Graber, Carolyn Uhl, Joan Buclay, Louise Gil-
liam, Lisa Lawler, Toni Lighthourn, Su Cummins, Donna
Atwill, Janet Morrow, Bonnie Cornelius, Margaret Flac-
eus, Tixnxnie Morrow, Penny Heek, Sandy cle Clairville,
Luisa Villegas, Barrie Rawak, Wfencly Plumb, Rosemary
Baruch. Franees Holden.
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Marilux Quintana, President
L0 hut cle notre eerele franqais est cle renclre nos etucles cle
frangais plus interessantes et zunusantes a la fois. Notre intention
est aussi cle connaitre aussi hien que possible quelques aspets cle la
NJ, V' vie cle faniille en France. Nous avons des reunions niensuelles. Les
jeunes filles preparent Ullt'S-111611105 les prograinnies pour ees re-
unions pour leur propre instrnetion et aniusenient.
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hlucliisinizls grncius 21 todas las 2llllI11IlLlS clcl Club do Espanol por -
un lmuvn uno. Las rounionr-S cstuvicron muy huvnns y clivcrticlas. '
L11 hihliotc-cn cstzi nuis grande y nigis varicla. Muchas gracins a la X "'
hihliotc-Carin por su gran ayucln. El intvrtis clvl Club csti Contrnclo
Jayne Flynn. L21 Prcsiclcntc
on linlilnr lu longun y nprviiclcr las Costunibrvs do la America,
Latina, y Espana. Esto tonclnos, y Con cllo cstoy muy Contvntn.
llVluChft ft-liviclncl para vl club on cl aio quo vie-nc. fIl1Sl2l pronto!
FIRST ROl1': Bgxrbxxm Duuglitcry, Frances Holdvn. Jerry
Olilctz. Julio Fostvr. Janet lN'right, Jam-t hlorrow, hlargo
Essifk, S1fCOND 1fOll'.' Anita Villcgzxs. Luisa Vil-
lcgns. Hilclu Foyo. Aural Siso, Sc-norita Allcnzi Lucc, Juyuc
Flynn. Muriluz Quintana, Lilian Supcnc, Mziriluz Rhode,
Este-ln Quintana. THIRD ROW: Gcorgcai McPherson,
YN'in Bloom, Joan Nixon, Janis XVhitc, Barrio Ruwnk,
Kathy Harding. ltlury Ann Smith, Dnrolyn Dihhlc, Bcnitzt
Browzlrsky, Blissy Brownlmfk. Sue Stott, Roscinury BLll'llC'll,
Julio Crane, Suc Czirhurt. FOURTH ROW: Pvnny Hcrk,
Lisa Lawlor, Pzun Penny, Carla Wright, Bxirlmrzi A, Rosc,
Linda Shc-purd, Cody Angclukovzi, Put Mc'Pht-rson. Tinunic
l"1l1lS'l' IHJI1' S11s1111 Mcmlt. Sully Phillips. Sully Tug- THIRD RON" W- Jxxym' Flynn. W'i11 Bloom. .loin Ixcsscl
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ad and display lhvir tulcnls for thc- cnjoyliimit and vn-
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The Glee Club is one of the many extra curricular activities offered
at Knox. It is a combination of beautiful voices. bringing joy to those
who hear it and pleasure to those who take part in it.
Stacy Palaologos. President
XVC are especially fortunate to have had such a wonderful director as
Bliss hiabel Tyler Hackett who has helped us to enjoy a very successful
year. We hope that those who have sung in the Glee Club this year. and
those who have not. will join us next year.
FIRST ROW - - Beth Hillenbrand. Sasiree Kambhu. Law-
rie Bowes. Stacy Palaologos. Miss Hackett. Advisor.
Mary Ann Smith. Lilian Sapene, Margo Essiek. Betsy
Moore. SECOND ROW f joan Nixon. Benita Browarsky,
Lucy Faile. Barry Rawak. Gale Mitton. Joan XN'hite. Laura
Lee Allison. Betsey Bach, Janis Wihite. Chris Thayer. Fran-
cine Netter. Ginny Robinson. Sally Belllnan, Lynn Platt,
Mary Riley. THIRD ROW 7 Frances Holden. Sandy dt
Clairville. Cedy Angelakova. Sally Phillips, jill Kolltnar.
Candy Dalton, Gale Spier. Toni Lightlmourn. Marty Spring
Sally Kauffman. FOURTH ROW - 'loan Kessel. Bonnit
Cornelius. Nfary Ellen Puglio. Lisa Lawler. Andy Wlartl
Hazel Heaney. Lynn Murrah, Penny Knowlton.
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Racquet Club President
.. Rose Team Captain
White Team Captain
. Riding Club President
FIRST ROW - Sassie Kambhu, Laura Lee Allison, Margo Essick. SECOND ROW
Lawrie Bowes, Mary Ann Smith. ABSENT - Kit Libmzm.
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FRONT ROW: Jayne Flynn, Lynn Murrah, Lynne Platt,
Stacy Palaologos, Mia Fonssagrives, Hilda Foyo, Betsy
Moore, Lisa Lawler, Joan Kessel. SECOND ROW: Margo
Essivk, Sally Taggurd, Andy Ward, Betsey Bach, Kathy
Harding, Gail Mitton, Linda Shepard, Louise Gilliam,
Laura Lee Allison, Anita Villegas, Joan Nixon. THIRD
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Cox, Charlene Hass, Carla Wright, Sally Kauffman, Sandy
Grant, Sally Phillips, Janet Morrow. FOURTH ROW:
Pam Penny, Su Cummins, Win Bloom, Margie Toors,
Chris Thayer, Aura Siso, Jerry Obletz, Candy Dalton, Kate
Svhneider, Toni Lightbourn, Linda Uris, Wendy Plumb,
Bonnie Cornelius, Joan White.
We are the Rose Team
Fighting for fame,
Three cheers for Roses,
They'll win the game.
Staunch and proud our bulldog stands,
Guarding our standards ever true.
Come on you Whites
And show us some fight,
The elephant stands for spirit and might,
But the Roses never yieldg
So here's to our victory!
FIRST ROIV: Marty Spring, MaryAnn Smith, Kit Lib-
man, Gcdy Angelakova, Barbara A. Rose, Lawrie Bowes,
Mary Riley, Dot Esser, Betsey jones.. SECOND ROW.'
Jill Kollmar, Joan Buday, Julie Foster, Lucy Faile, Barrie
Rawak, Mariluz Quintana, Darolyn Dibble, Benita Bro-
warsky, Sue Lahr, Sue Mott, Tika Waterman. THIRD
ROW: Barbara Daugherty, Penny Knowlton, Donna Atwill,
March, March to victory
White team weill win for thee
With pep and sportsmanship
Rose team we defy
With our spirit then
Our honor to defend
Let the Roses ight to the end
But we will win.
Frances Holden, Hazel Heaney, Sandy de Clairville, Sue
Scott, Lilian Sapene, Mariluz Rhode, julie Crane, Missy
Brownback. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Wynn, Bella Hal-
fon, Cindy Dennis, Gale Speir, Timmy Morrow, Margery
Held, Candy Urquhart, Fran Netter, Barbara W. Rose,
Penny Heck, Margaret Flaecus, Sally Layman, Luisa Vil-
legas, Sally Bellman, Joanne Burt.
Barbara Ann Rose, Captain
Luisa Villcgas. President
FIRST ROW: Margie Held. Aura Siso. Sally Phillips,
julie Crane. Missy Brownback. Joanne Burt. Luisa Vil-
legas, Lucy lfaile, Gale Speir. Sassy Khamluu, Chris
Thayer, .Ioan Zaliski. Cindy Dennis. SECOND ROW:
Kathy llarding. Janet Morrow. Linda Uris. Sally Bcllman,
Margie Toors, Win Bloom, Timmy Morrow. Candy Urqu-
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Knox Riding Club
The Knox Riding Club, through the guidance and
instruction of Mr. Harry de Leyer. is a very active
club. Its purpose is not only to teach the art of equi-
tation but to instill in the girls sportsmanship and
Some of the most enjoyed events during the year,
looked forward to by the entire school. are the Fall
and the Spring Horse Show and for the most ad-
vanced riders -f weekly hunts.
hart. Sandy Grant. Francine Netter. Tony Lightbourn. Bar
barn W. Rose, Bella Hztlfon. THIRD ROW: joan Nixon,
Wendy Plumb. Candy Dalton. Bonnie Cornelius, Phillis
Winorsky. Kate Schneider. Penny Heck. Sally Layman.
Margaret Flaccus. ABSENT: Melanie Campbell.
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and Spring tournaments ure held, and Z1 trophy is awarded to the
girl who, by elemination, has won. In the Wlinter we also hold 21
Our purpose is to develop sportsmanship among the competitors,
as well as promote interest in the racquet sports.
FIRST ROW: Bzwliuru Dxuzghvrty, Donna Atwill, Pam Joan Kessel. Barbara Ann Rose. THIRD ROW: Hazel
Penny, Mziry Ann Smith, Margo Essirk. SECOND ROW: Heaney, Burhzirn vvi1lliCI' Rose. Min Fonssztgrives. Penny
Su Cummins, Luey Fziile, Linda Shepard, Kit Libmun, Knowlton, Betsey Jones, Kathy Harding, Barrie Rzxwak.
Linda Shepard, Mia Fonssagrives, Lisa Lawler, Joan Kessel, Kathy Harding, Barbara A.
Rose, Donna Atwill, Pam Penny, Penny Knowlton, Kit Libman, Hazel Heany, Mary Riley,
Marty Spring, Lucy Faile, Dot Esser,
Pam Penny, Win Bloom, Joan Kessel, Su Cummins, Barbara A. Rose, Mia Fonssagrives
Penny Knowlton, Donna Atwill, Linda Shepard, Kathy Harding, Miss Ann McGlue, Coach
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BOTTOA1 ROW - f Mariluz Quintana. tlulir- Cranv. Barbara A. Rose --
Clzlpiain. Kit Lilnnan. Lucy Failc. TOP RUN' -- Marty Spring. Donna
Atwill. Pr-nny Knowlton. Barbara W. Rose. Mary Rilvy.
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Lisa Lawler, Pam Penny, Kathy Harding, Laura Lee Allison, Sandy Grant, Betsey Bach, Lynn
Platt, Sally Taggard, Jayne Flynn, Louise Gilliam.
BOTTOM ROW - Linda Snepard, Joan White, Mia Fonssagrives -
Captain, Kathy Harding, joan Kessel. TOP ROW - Win Bloom, Lou
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Calendar '58 - '59
24 - Boarders Retum
25 - Classes Begin
26 - School Picnic
27 - Old Girl-New Girl Party
28 - Open House at Senior House
4 - Movie, "Mrs. Miniver"
7 - Spanish Club
10 - Initiation
12 - Senior Pledge
15 - Scribbler's Club
18 - Trip to West Point
19 - Senior Ring Ceremony
23 - French Club
24 - 26 - Free Weekend
1 - Halloween Party
2 - Open House at Senior Cottage
11 - Spanish Club
14 - Drama Club Plays
"God Save The Kingi'
15 - "A Touch of the Poet"
16 - Junior Class Vespers
19 - Scribbler's Club
Hockey Game with Hulett 1 7-01
20 - French Club
22 -- Fall Horse Show
26 - 29 - Thanksgiving Vacation
12 - Fashion Show - Mr. Dalton
Film - Captain Carlsen
14 - Christmas Vespers - Glee Club
16 - Revels
18 - Christmas Vacation
5 - Boarders Return
6 - Senior Vespers
9 - Movie, 1'Tale of Two Cities"
10 - Scholastic Aptitude Tests
Hofstra College Players
"Riders to the Sea"
"Helen of Troy"
11 - Raymond Serenbetz Concert
17 - "Look Homeward, Angel"
18 - Student Piano Recital
24 - "Near East" - Mr. Bowes
25 - Senior Vespers
28 - 30 - Mid-term Exams
31 - "Ages of Man"
1 - Rossini Opera Singers
6 - 9 - Mid-term Weekend
14 - Gym Night
20 - New Girl-Old Girl Party
21 - Movie, "Silk Stockingsv
22 - Sophomore Vespers
25 - Museum of Modern Art
Senior Stunt Night
Basketball Game with Seton Hall
Opera, "La Boheme"
Movie, "Home in Indiana"
junior Stunt Night
Travelogue by Miss McGlue
Spring Vacation Begins
Spring Annual Invitation Ho
Freshman Stunt Night
Greek Singer, Andre Zannis
Sophomore Stunt Night
Play, "Little Women"
Knox Horse Show
Mrs. Phinney's Birthday
Gary Towlen Concert
2 - Final Exams
Glee Club Concert
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THE KNOX SCHOOL ALUMNAE
The Class of 1959
Our New Alumnae
Health, Wealth and the Successful Pursuit of Happiness!
We'll always look forward to hearing from you.
If you don't hear from us thru the years, it
will be because we don't have your address,
so please keep us informed on where you live!
THE. CLN5 OF .bl
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The beauty of the woods and dales,
Best wlsHEs E , ,
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And I can see before my face
The good and noble human race."
And as I stood and watched her talk
My very heart began to stalk
The lonely pastures of my soul
MERCY AND ARCY And I cried out so loud and bold,
"Oh God! If only I were bIind."
Martha Elisabeth Lawler
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Silver sprays of mild mist haze
Sift silken through the classesp
By the water shining willows glisten,
Make it hard to listen.
Peace breaks through the noisy, navy daze
In quiet ways.
Shafts of sunshine in the Spring
Light our wistful waysp
Listen what each passing senior says.
These are truthful days
Love for Knox is mirrored here
In eyes that sparkle,
Eyes that glaze.
- Natika Waterman
Miss Laura L. Wood, The Knox School, St. James, Long Island, N. Y.
Mrs. Alexander Stewart Phinney, The Knox School, St. James, Long Island, N. Y.
Miss Lillian Bemis, 138 East 38th Street, New York, N. Y.
Mrs. Henrietta L. Burdick, Walnut Avenue, Stony Brook, N. Y.
Mrs. Robert L. Cannan, Wardoncliff Road, Shoreham, N. Y.
Mrs. Jean Chille, cfo Marge Calia, 408 King Court, West Babylon, N. Y.
Miss Anne E. Cule, cfo Mrs. W. Pickert, 723 N. Bromley Ave., Scranton 4, Pa.
Mrs. Muriel B. Dawkins, 210 Myrtle Ave., Port Jefferson, Long Island, N. Y.
Mrs. Phyllis King Day, Terrell Lane, Stony Brook, N. Y.
Mr. Harry de Leyer, Edgewood Avenue, St. James, Long Island, N. Y.
Mrs. Ursula Fehler, Pilgrim Hospital, Brentwood, N. Y.
Mr. Claude Gonvierre, The Clock Tower, Oakdale, N. Y.
Miss Mabel Tyler Hackett, 495 Park Avenue, Huntington, Long Island, N. Y.
Miss Dorothy E. Johnson, 21 Academy Street, Hallowell, Maine
Mrs. Margaret Lafean, 89 Wood Street, Lewistown, Maine
Mrs. Robert Lindsey, 1203 Fourth Avenue, Laurel, Mississippi
Miss Allena Luce. 85 Shawmut Ave., Boston 16, Mass.
Miss Cecile Lynch, Wells Lane, Stony Brook, Long Island, N. Y.
Miss Anne McG1ue, Miller Place, N. Y.
Miss Marian McG1ue, Miller Place, N. Y.
Miss G. Marian Morton, 5415 Browning Road, Merchantville 8, N.
Mrs. Dorothy Noel, East Andover, New Hampshire
Mrs. Margaret C. Rogers, 1 1 Rutledge Avenue, Northport, N. Y.
Miss Leslie Snow, 49 University Court, South Orange, N. J.
Mrs. James C. Stansbury, Carll Court, Northport, N. Y.
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Riley, Mary ........................... Town Hill Road, New Hartford, Conn.
Robinson, Virginia .. 340 East Eighth Street, Hinsdale, Illinois
Rose, Barbara Ann .......... Valley Road, Oakland, N. J.
Rose, Barbara Walker .................. Wheatley Road, Glen Head, N. Y.
Schneider, Kate ................ ....................... O yster Bay, N. Y.
Siso, Aura Maria .... Quinta So Lariega, Calle Oriente, Country Club, Caracas,
Sapene, Lilian ............ Esquinade la Marron-Edificio, Genoral Paez. of 3.15,
Scott, Susan ......... .. 230 East 48th Street, New York, N. Y.
Shepard, Linda ..... .... 1 2 East 62nd Street, New York, N. Y.
Smith, Mary Ann .. 205 West 39th Street, New York, N. Y.
Speir, Gale ........ ............... W esthampton Beach, N. Y.
Spring, Mignonne .... ............... 2 00 Bidwell Parkway, Buffalo, N. Y.
Taggard, Sally ......... 415 S. Thompson Street, Jackson, Mich.
Thayer, Christine .... .... E cho Manor, 1031 National Road, Wheeling, West
Toors, Marjorie ........ 34 Mowbray Avenue, Bay Shore, N. Y.
Uhl, Carolyn ............................... The Rise, Woodbury, N., Y.
Urquhart, Candace ........ Petersville Farm, Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N. Y.
Villegas, Ana Elenor, Avenida Los Cortijos, No. 17, Urb. Campo Alegre-Chacao,
Villegas, Luisa, Avenida Los Cortijos No. 17, Urb. Campo Alegre-Chacao, Caracas,
Ward, Andrea ..... . . . . 18 Deepwood Lane, West Hartford, Conn.
Waterman, Natika ........................ 32 Southgate Road, Setauket, N. Y.
White, Janice .............................. 36 Sutton Place, Lawrence, N. Y.
White, Joan .......... Morris White Fashions, 362 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Winorsky, Phyllis . . . ................. 20 Brooklyn Avenue, Massapequa, N. Y.
Wittnebel, Alison . . . . . . 101 Laurel Lane, Port Jefferson, N. Y.
Wittnebel, Stephanie . . . . 101 Laurel Lane, Port Jefferson, N. Y.
Wright, Carla ...... ....... 3 Brevity Court, Binghamton, N. Y.
Wright, Janet .... ......... , . . Shadow Lane, Woodbury, N. Y.
Zabaki, Joan . . . .... R. D. if:2, Eaton's Neck, Northport, N. Y.
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