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EDITOR ........................................ Betty Brewen
ASSISTANT EDITOR .......................... Nancy Schmidt
CONSULTING EDITOR ............................ Eunice Larson
COPY EDITOR ..................................... Ann Lenzen
ART EDITORS ............... Jane Osterhoudt and Nancy Tackett
PHOTOGRAPHER ........................... Maryette Charlton
ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER .............................. Annella Hammett
MANAGERS OF ECHO BOARD Elizabeth Ardelt and Ruth Wilbur ADVISORS................ Elizabeth C. Supplee and Hillis ArnoldTHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Member Emeritus and Treasurer:
CHARLES A. CALDWELL.
President, First National Bank and Trust Company,
THEODORE S. CHAPMAN.
Chapman Cutler, Attorneys-at-Law, I I I West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois
MRS. WILBUR KITCHENER JORDAN.
Chicago, Illinois. Former Dean ot Radcliffe College
MRS. SPENCER T. OLIN (ANN WHITNEY),
Alton, Illinois. Class of 1925. Alumnae Member
MRS. WILLIAM WOOD PARSONS,
Terre Haute, Indiana. President-emeritus of the College
President, Alton Brick Company, Alton, Illinois
GEORGE IRWIN ROHRBOUGH,
President, Monticello Collegesv;
GEORGE IRWIN ROHRBOUGH
This Echo of 1943 is dedicated to the President of Monticello College, Dr. George Irwin Rohrbough. His faith in youth and belief that the future belongs to those who prepare for it, is the inspiration guiding those girls who come to him not only as students, but as friends.A WISH FOR EACH SENIOR
I wish for you a flexible mind — a tenacious, wiry philosophy of life that never permits you to buckle in the middle and give up!
I wish for you a deepening appreciation of plain living and high thinking! May you ever see life clearly and may life always bring you of its most durable satisfactions.
May happy memories of Monticello days come back to you with the tenderness of the years upon them. May those memories light you a happy pathway through the stern days to come.
G. I. R.JOHN RIPLEY YOUNG
Chairmon. Deportment of Foreign Languages B.A.. Marshall College; Ph.D., University of Illinois
AUDLEY N. SULLIVAN
Secretory and Director of Admissions University of NobraskoADMINISTRATION
ADA H. DIESH
Registrar B.A.. Illinois College
H. MARGARET HARDIN
Assistant in Psychology
B.A.. B.S. in L.S.. University of Washington; M.A.. University of Chicago
B.A.. University of Illinois
NOTLEY S. MADDOX
Choirmon, Deportment of English and Spocch
Director of Tests ond Mcosure-monts
University of Illinois; B.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University
Chairman, Deportment of Music
Princeton University; Conservatoire do Fontainebleau; Ecole Normalc dc Musique
Chairman, Department of Science ond Mathematics
Physics ond Chomistry
B.A., University of Illinois; M.A., Columbia University; graduate study. University of Chicago
ELAINE M. DEAR
Chairman, Department of Phys-icol Education, Hygionc, and Recreation
B.A., Stanford Univorsity; M.S. in Hygiene ond Physical Education, Wellesley Collogo
HOMER F. YOUNG
Chairman, Department of Social Sciences
B.A., Ohio Univorsity: M.A.. Harvard Univorsity
Chairman, Department of Secretarial Science
B.S., State Teachers College, War-rensburg, Missouri; graduato study, University of Missouri, University of California
DOROTHEA LOUISE GALEHOUSE
Acting Chairman, Department of Visual Arts
B.S., Iowa State Collogo: graduate study, Univorsity of Iowa
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Mus-B.. Westminster Choir College: groduote study, North-
GEORGE BARR CARSON
B.A., College of Wooster. M.A., Ph.D.. University of Chicago
B.A.. University of Minnesota: graduate study, Minneapolis School of Arts; twice holder of the Vandcrlip Travelling Follow-ship; Cranbrook Academy, two year fellowship
ABBA WILLARD BOWEN
B.A., University of Nebraska; graduato study. University of Chicago, the Sorbonnc, University of Brussels; holder of C.R.B. Fellowship, 1921-22
14CLARK NIXON CRAIN
B.A., M.A., University of Colorado; graduate work, Clark University
Head of Gilman Residence B.A., University of Nebraska
CATHERINE WOERMANN EAMES
B.A., Vossor College; graduate study. University of Colorado and Washington University
JULIA CASSIE FOSTER
Social Scionces Mathematics
B.A., M.A., Washington University; graduate study. University of Missouri and University of Wisconsin
On leovo of absence in fhe armed services
Chairman, Department of Visual Arts
B.A., M.A., University of Iowa
LOUISE ELIZABETH GULICK
B.A., M.A., University of Illinois
WINIFRED MORGAN GOTTSCHALK
Physical Education, Riding
A.A., Monticello Collcgo; University of Wisconsin
NAOMI K. HADE
B.A., Hood College; M. A.. Columbia Univorsity; graduate study, Oxford Univorsity and Columbia University
Speech and Drama
B.A., Byrn Mawr College: M.F.A., Yale University. Department of Droma
MARJORIE LEW KAY
Physical Education Modorn Danco
Lingnan University, Canton, China; B.A., University of Washington; M.S. in Hygieno and Physical Education, Wellesley College
GRACE BOK HOLMES
Head of Baldwin Residence Career Counselor
B.S.. Northwestern University; graduate study, University of Chicago.
HOPE MILLER KIRKPATRICK
Assistant in Bible Assistant in Baldwin and Caldwell Residences
Educated privately in N e w York and in Europe; Pius X School of Liturgical Singing
Mus.M., Obcrlin College; Hoch-schule Fucr Musik, Cologne; 8oscl Consorvotory
ALICE MAY GEORGE MORRILL
Assistant in Biology Hoad of Caldwell Residence
Ph.B., Denison University; M.A., Northwestern University
Physical Education B.S., University of Wisconsin
CHARLES J. LIENERT
B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University; M.S., University of IllinoisEILEEN RUBINKAM
Mus. B.. Oberlin Collego
French, Gormon, ond Spanish
Ph.D., University of Wuorxburg; graduate study. Univorsity of Munich, the Sorbonne, University of Mexico
ELIZABETH CORNELL SUPPLEE
Diroctor of Publications ond
B.A., Cornell University; B.J., M.A., University of Missouri
Monogcr of Bookstore Assistont in Residence
The People s Academy, Morris villc. Vermont
WALTER G. HUGGETT
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Graduate of St. Luke's Hospital Troining School. St. Louis
Secretary to the Admission Office
A.A., Monticcllo College; Tulsa University
EMILY GRIER CARRINGTON
Secretory to the President 8.A., Hood College
Secretary to the Admissions Office
B.A.. Culver-Stocltton College
RUTH EILEEN O'DELL
Socrctory to the Acodomic Of. fice
HELEN EILEEN WILES
Illinois State Normal UniversityPAULINE ADAIR
Secretary to tho Alumnae Office Illinois College; Brown Business College
B.A., B.S., Drury College; groduoto study, Univer-sity of Missouri
NORMA LEE MERRICK
A,A.. Monticollo College; B.S.. lowo Stote College
LUCIE B. MOTT
Admissions Counselor Purdue University
University of Missouri; Northeast Missouri Stote Toochers' College
B.A.. Obcrlin College; M.A., Rodcliffe College; graduate study, the Sorbonnc
Information Office Hadloy Vocotionol School
W. VLADIMIR ROUSSEFF
Bulgarian Notional Gymnasium; L'Ecolo do I'As-somption, Vcrno, Bulgorio; Art Institute of Chi-cogo; studied with Randall Davey, George Bellows. Albort H. Krohbcil, Carl Buehr.
VIRGINIA R. KING
Admissions Counselor A.A., Monticollo Collego; University of Chicago
KATHLEEN B. MADDOX
B.A., Ohio State University
GROVES B. SMITH
Lecturer in Psychology
M.D.. Columbia University; Director of Surveys for the National Committee on Mental Hygieno; Assistant Chief of Staff, Alton Memorial Hospital.
Studied with Raphaol Bronstein (pupil of Leopold Auer); New York debut, 1929; concert artist in New York City for eight years; soloist Community Center Faculty Quartet; member first violin section St. Louis Symphony Orchcstro.
MARGARET K. WEIGEL
B.A., College of St. Theresa; graduate study University of Wisconsin.Meet the Executive Council of the senior class: Helen Brand-horst, former president; Josephine Reschke, vice-president; Mary Bob Seiler, secretary; and Eunice Larson, treasurer. They were elected to their respective offices in February of their junior year.
Baldwin Houso Council; War Effort: Motor Mechanics; First-Aid; Choir; ECHO; Tennis Club; I.R.C. secretary; Pegasus; Art Association: Dean's List.
Daffodils ond Chopin, Cezonno and Robin Hood, rain on city streets ond new mown hoy.
JANE VAN CLEVE ABBOTT
ECHO; Morlin Club; I.R.C.; Science Club; Swimming Team.
White sands ond corol, Burns ond cutty sark. Moxican fiesta ond morocco leathor.
ELIZABETH JEAN ARDELT
Choir; ECHO, businoss managor; War Effort: First-Aid; Pogosus Club, socrefory ond treasurer; Sponsor; Dean's List.
Pheasant foothors ond nut brown ole. Irish linen and pastel pottery, soaring eagles and Mac.
War Effort Council; War Effort: First-Aid: Piano Club; Madison County Symphony.
Mozart and o great glass bear, tho shadow of a grond piano and a limp wrist.HELEN ADELLE AYERS
Scionco Club; Tro-Com; "For You To Live"; "Fashion"; "Loiters lo Luccrno."
Alfred Luni and Lynn Fontaino, "Nut Cracker Suite", and cut gloss.
War Effort: First-Aid; Bandogo Rolling; ECHO; TIMES; Tro-Com; I.R.C.
Bubbling Burgundy and Hepburn, white hands and chimes, "Tigress" and blowing sands.
ECHO; Modern Dance Club, secretory-treasurer; Basketball Tri-Collogo Toam; Basketball toam.
Spodo and a groy-groen dinner gown, rose-colored rugs and carved mahogany, "Ponitonto” and "Voguo”.
Glen Ellyn. Illinois
War Effort: Offico Techniques; TIMES; Tro-Com; ' Fashion '; "For You To Live".
Prairie grass and spring rains, square danco and a yellow lantorn.
Webstor Grovof. Missouri
Student Council: Closs President (resigned): Caldwell House Council; War Effort: First-Aid; ECHO; TIMES; I.R.C.; Hockey Team; Junior Committoo Chairman; Fall Prom Committee; Sponsor; Dean's List.
Ogden Nosh and stone walls, Viennese wolhes ond a clear shining light.
War Effort: First-Aid; Choir; ECHO; Art Association; Marlin Club.
"Til-oulenspiegol" ond brood pudding with raisins; silver bolls ond cocklo shells.
Kansas City. Missouri
War Effort Council; War Effort: Motor Mechanics; ECHO Editor; I.R.C.; Sponsor.
A cross-word puxzlo ond Mayan ruins, Kipling and chrysanthemums, football gomes ond Irish settors.
Wood River. Illinois Choir; Music Workshop; Dean's List.
A loco collar ond o flute, o pekinese ond square toes.
Ovcrlond Pork. Kansas
Prom Committco, Docorations; Doll Dinnor Committoo; Sponsor.
A broad lown, a blue sky, and o place in the sun.
MARY REBECCA COLVERT
Wichita Falls. Texas
Baldwin House Council; Choir; I.R.C.; run With Foods; Golf Team; Clearing Committee; Principio Conference; Sponsor.
A sandpiper and golden syrup, a wheelbarrow, and a poko bonnet.
MARYANN MERRICK BUSH
Studont Council; Baldwin House Council: War Effort Council; Social Chairman; TIMES; Marlin Club; Sponsor; Dean's List.
Gardenias and Now Year's Eve. cactus and red vclvot. moon-lit clouds and dipping wings.
Wot Effort: Conservation Corps; Dance Club, president, manager; Music Workshop; Hobby Horse; Sponsor; Deon's List.
Greon spotlights and velvet shoes, a riding crop and iris. Mozart’s "G Minor Quintet," and "Time."
Wor Effort Council; War Effort; Red Cross Knitting Committee. Flog Committeo; Choir.
Flowcrod chintz ond Wedgowood. grey crepe ond rhododendron, "Liebestroum" and a soft wool sock.
DOROTHY JEANNE ERICKSON
St. Joseph, Missouri
ECHO; I.R.C.; Art Association; Donee Droma; Hillcrest.
Agotha Christio ond monks cloth, o white gonoral store ond pio in a kitchen window.
CAROLYN JEAN EVANS
Student Council; Caldwell House Council; War Effort Council, chairman; I.R.C.; Science Club; Sponsor; Dean's List.
Test tubes ond Curie, "Potpourri” and pigskin, a cherry wood gavel and white china horses.
War Effort; First-Aid (advanced); Music Workshop; Science Club; Spring Riding Meet.
A Swiss chalet and tinkling bells, yollow tulips and a burnished grond piono, a chestnut moro and rippling wheat.MARY JANE FOSTER
Choir; ECHO; TIMES, co-foaturo editor; Danco Club; "Fash, ion"; Dean's List; Hordman Memorial Poetry Award ‘42.
June ovonings and pole honeysuckle, "Ballot Russo" and Koussc-vitsky.
HELEN ELIZABETH GORDON
Piano Club; Music Workshop; Fun with Foods; Golf Team.
Rod and reel, blue shirt and white pinafore, on organdy opron and tiny Doctor Denton's.
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
Caldwell House Council; War Effort: Motor Mechanics; M.A.A. Board; Tro-com; Marlin Club, meet chairman; Baskotboll Tcom; Swimming Team; Hockey Teom; Riding Team; Sponsor.
Moss and side roads, stern chins and crinkly eyes, a P38 and November twilight.
I.R.C.; Scienco Club; Hobby Horse; Sponsor. Pinafores and circus crowds, blue grass and poliminos.
30FRANCES ELIZABETH HOOVER
Baldwin House Council; Wor Effort Council; I.R.C., choirman; Dean's List.
A whistling tcakettlo and Browning, "Silver Pennies" and a feather bed.
Kansas City. Missouri
Wor Effort: Conservation Committee; ECHO, assistant photographer; Dcnco Club, honorary member.
Light and shadow, "Currier and Ives." a swinging goto and pipos of Pan.
Oxford, England War Effort: Bondage Rolling; TIMES; Tro-com; I.R.C.
Corgis and Switzerland, magnolias ond whitecaps. Tschoikowsky and a mill wheol.
War Effort: First-Aid; M.A.A. Board; Choir; Hobby Horse, president; Riding Managor; Sponsor.
Saddle leather ond horses, delft blue ond cashmere, lemonade and cool country club lawn.
31DOROTHY ANN INGLIS
War Effort: Hillcrost; TIMES; I.R.C.; Hobby Horse.
Lobster ond champagne, white toil and burning sun, military balls and candle light.
Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Choir; TIMES; Art Association; Class Song Comm.ttec.
"Blithe Spirit" ond a smudgo of charcoal, o P'"n'ng whcol and pixie glasses.
EFFIE JO JENSEN
Glintings wings and leather jackets. Oanish linen and sun flowers, a hoystack ond a brook.
RUTH MARY LANE
War Effort: Bondoge Rolling; TIMES; Science Club.
"Strook" ond a silver napkin ring, a boardwalk ond a striped umbrella.
32Studont Council; Closs Treasurer; Haskell House Council; M.A.A.: treasurer. Golf. Badminton, manager; ECHO: co-editor, consulting editor; Marlin Club; Hockoy Team; Basketball Team; Softball Team; "Ladies in Retirement''; Sponsor.
Argyles and o golf tee, a Toby mug and knotty pine. "Archie" ond "Mohitoble."
Beverly Hills, California
Caldwell House Council, secretary; Caldwell Fire Chiof; TIMES, business staff; ECHO.
Will's Coffee House ond "The Shropshire Lod," "Volse Triste" ond dashing waves.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa
Haskell Houso Council, social choirmon; War Effort Council: secretory, Bandage Rolling, chairman; ECHO, copy editor;
To| Mahal ond gladioli, "Largo" from the New World Symphony'' ond o Rembrandt, a white fur rug an® French blue wolls.
Baldwin House Council; Wor Effort Council; War Effort: Hill-crest, Motor Mechanics. First-Aid; M.A.A. Board; Choir: executive committee, president; ECHO Board; I.R.C.; Tonnis Toom, monagor; "Fashion"; "Ladies in Retirement"; Sponsor; Doon's List.
Mountain crags ond ivy, Cuba Libras and T. S. Eliot, Bohemian glass and quaint roofs.
33Roinbow trout and gurgling streams. wet socks ond wood smoke, block tulle ond toll candlci.
Drama Club. Proportiei Committoo. choirmon. "Ladiej in Re-tiromont," "Letters to Lucerne": Flying Squadron.
Cokes ot midnight. Helena Rubenstein and friendly slocks, moss and gravostonos.
Carrollton, Illinois Hobby Horse Lilacs ond springtimo. butterflies and Pooh-bcor.
War Effort: Hillcrest House.
"Bolero" and silver slippers, Borgdorf Goodman ond rubrum lilies, lobstor Nowburg ond o dimity apron.
Caldwell House Council: War Effort: First-Aid; M.A.A. Board; Marlin Club, pageant choirmon. president; Basketball Teom; Swimming Team.GEORGEANNE O'HORNETT
War Effort: Shorthand, Office Technique ; I.R.C.; Tennis Club; Science Club, treasurer; Sponsor.
Gershwin and "Shocking," pecans and plaid, queen of hearts ond opera gloves.
Student Council: Caldwell House Council: Choir; TIMES; I.R.C.; Morlin Club; Basketball Team; Hockey Team; Sponsor, choir-mon.
Violet nosegays and a firefly, turned-up toes and powder puff muslin.
ECHO, ort editor; TIMES; Art Association; Tra-com, president; "For You to Live"; "Fashion"; "Ladies in Retirement"; "Letters to Lucerne"; Foil Prom Committee.
Buskin ond sock. Nool Coword ond crescendos, a sori veil ond rubies.
Choir; TIMES, business manager.
Best's ond an alligator bag. a Harris ond Ewing photograph, Sun Volley ond a birch log.
35SALLY ELIZABETH PHILPOTT
War Effort: Bondage Rolling, Stomps: M.A.A. Board, treasurer: ECHO, consulting editor; Hobby Horse, secretary: Drill Toom; Riding Team; Chairman Junior-Scnior Competition Week; Sponsor.
Jasper ond "The Amoobo" poem, Juno bugs ond silver knitting needles, electric eels and mushrooms.
Studont Council: Vice President of the Senior Class: Caldwell House Choirmon: Choir, president: Tra-com: "For You to Livo”; "Fashion"; "Ladies in Retirement"; Sponsor; Dean's List.
Needlepoint ond sapphire. "Tit-willow" and Rise Stevens, a quill pon ond lily-of-thc-volley.
PATRICIA ELAINE REILLEY
Wor Effort: Hillcrest; Art Association; Science Club.
8rocmcrs ond one o'clock fashion shows, clicking nocdlos ond pussy willows, almonds ond domi-tosso.
Wor Effort Council; Baldwin Houso Council, fire chiof; Scionco Club, vice-president.
Groon-oyed kitions and chili powdor, o Dobormonn pinscher and "Dcop Purple."
TIMES; Hobby Horse.
A monorch butterfly and a corvcd ivory box, The Rovcn and dawn over Tahiti.
Red ric-rac ond yellow pique, ''Pilgrim's Progress" and ’ Clair do Lune," frilly curtains ond mople furniture.
War Effort: Child Core. First-Aid. Hillcrest; Choir; TIMES. Co-fcoturc editor; Art Association; Dean's List.
T. E. Lowronco ond Verdi, conte sketches, and a studio apartment, night lamps ond rustling poges, typewriter and a pensive curl of smoke.
MARY BOB SEILER
Student Council; Closs Secretory; Baldwin House Chairman; War Effort: Child Core, Hillcrest; Pegasus Club; I.R.C.; Sponsor; Doon's List.
Frothy veils ond silver filigree, sparkling cyos and a molody in static, "House ond Gordon."
War Effort: Hillcrest.
Pond Lilies and black locc. larkspur and Dickons, white spires and mahogony.
Webster Grovos. Missouri
Choir; ECHO; I.R.C.; Baskotball Team; Hockey Team; "Fashion"; "For You to Livo"; "Lettors to Lucerno."
A small white bunny and pink net billows, Elisabeth Arden and butterfly glassos.
Art Association; Prom Committee, Decorations.
Morning glory and glistening dew, a white enamel telephone and lattice windows, station wagons ond a scotty.
Coldwoll House Council; Morlin Club; Hobby Horse: Bicycle Club: Hockey Team.
Brahm's "Second" ond a cockatoo, a downy puff ond fresh, baked cookies.
Webster Groves, Missouri
Student Council: Coldwell House Council; ECHO: TIMES, editor; I.R.C.; Hockey Team; Foil Prom Committee; Sponsor.
A cosy window scot ond gentle roin, o November apple ond climbing boots, clicking presses anud a copy lay-out.
War Effort Council; ECHO; TIMES; Student Art Association; I.R.C.; Pegasus Club; Deon’s List; Art Assistant.
Damask napkins and a tcrrocc, o water color ond o Dutch holf-door.
Ann Arbor, Michigan Red Cross Drivo
Fancy dress ball ond gloss slippers, copper and emeralds, slim hands and "Harper's" sketches.
President of Student Association; Student Council, recording socrotary; Morlin Club; Hobby Horse; ECHO; Art Staff; Sponsor; Dean's List.
A Chippendale desk and Peter Pan, Bonwit Teller and a silver urn.
39VIRGINIA LEE THOMPSON
War Effort Council: War Effort: First-Aid: Choir.
White-face cattle and Western boots, canyons and sage brush, polka dot curtains and the second hand of on electric clock.
Caldwell House Council, secretory; M.A.A. Board; Choir; Tennis Club, president; I.R.C.
"Punch" and on ookon door. Francois Villon ond a crew race on the Thames.
Mexico City. Mexico
War Effort: First-Aid: ECHO, art co-editor; Art Association, socrotory-treosurer; Prom Committee, docoraiions chairman; Doan's List.
Sibelius and a cloon Nordic profile, smock and palotto, El Greco and a skylight.
Choir; Piono Club; Tennis Club; Music Workshop.
"Rhopsody in Blue" ond blithe fingers. Gertrude Lawrence ond coviar, modern skyscrapers ond soft, bright wools.MAXINE VIGNOLA
OoV Pork. Illinois
Choir; I.R.C.; "Letters to Lucorno"; Prom Committee.
Joggod lightning and Ernest Hemingway. Ethol Merman ond block crepe, poppios and "Potpourri."
War Effort: Hillcrost, Child Care; Art Association; Pegasus Club.
Lord Potor Wimsoy ond pinochlo, pencil sketchos ond a brown sotin Oachshund, a lamasery in Tibet and burnt-orange skins.
BETTY LOU WARREN
War Effort: Bondage Rolling, Office Techniques; Science Club; Choir.
A Siamese kitten ond cabarets, soft brown velveteen and a clorinet.
War Effort: First-Aid; ECHO; TIMES; I.R.C.. treasurer; Tennis Club; Tennis Team; Doan's List.
Dartmoor and heather, timbered ceilings and Dovon lanes, whito pews and a thin proyer book.
War Effort: Bondage Rolling; M.A.A., secretary; Choir; ECHO, assistant business manager; Hobby Horse; Sponsor.
Sterling gadgets and I. Millors. slow swirling water and friendly collies, artichokes and summer thoatres.
Des Moines. Iowa
Studont Council; Haskell House Chairmen; War Effort: Motor Mochanics, chairman. Bondage Rolling; Tra-com; Tennis Club; Sponsor.
Plaid slocks ond Peck and Peck, pink champagne and "Now Horizons," pigskin ond stcoming coffee at the half.
Wor Effort Council; War Effort: Bondage Rolling, Stamps; TIMES; I.R.C.
An early summor morning ond collies, toffy pull ond a robin's ogg, white brick ond eyelot pique.
Tra-com; "For You to Live."
Swedish gloss ond Wendy, a coffee table ond a cluster of gropes.
42MARTHA LOUISE WRIGHT
Wcbitor Groves, Missouri
M.A.A.; College Bosketboll Team; College Hockey Team, manager; Dean's List.
Lapping waves and on underground labyrinth, great mochincs and cold blue lights. Mexican twoed ond a wicker bosket.
BARBARA ANNE WOLFS
Westfield, New Jersey
War Effort: First-Aid, Motor Mechanics; Fun with Foods.
A gnome and a doop emerald pool, loaf patterns ond Sugar Plum trees, moon-stone and a sea cottago.
Fort Smith, Arkansas
ECHO; Variety Show, chairman.
Mountains ond a roof in the moonlight, "Piglet" and "Owl.'
War Effort: First-Aid. Bondago Rolling; ECHO; Fun With Foods; I.R.C.; Sponsor.
Honey-colored spaniels and zinnias, canopy beds ond homespun, ripples on a pool, ond o far blue ridge.H RSli
Student Council: Bold in Houso Council; M.A.A. Board, president; Choir; TIMES, sports editor; Marlin Club; Basketball Tcom; Hockoy Team; Sponsor; Dean's List.
A chipmunk and Chinese checkers, "The Walrus and tho Carpenter."
Scarsdalc, Now York
War Effort: Motor Mochan:cs.
Zebra and sleek coiffeurs. “Chateau Richelieu" and Fifth Avenue, lovely strong hands and Michclangolo's "David."
Forgo, North Dakota
Class Secretary, resigned; War Effort: First-Aid, Bandage Rolling: Choir; Art Club; I.R.C.; ECHO.
Crystal porfume bottles and tea roses, leather books and English script, a maribou puff ond "Estrollito.”
Welcome and welcome homel Jane Abbott and Lcnore Simonson returned to us after a too long absence and are now back in tho "swing" of things. We’re happy to havo you back and we’re happy that you couldn't stay away any longer!
We're unhappy about those few who were unable to make appointments with the photographer. Better luck next time.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
To carry on the fine class spirit that is part of Monticello's tradition, this year at the Washington Birthday Banquet, the junior class announced Nancy Pat Davis the new class president, Ann Jaquith, vice-president, Kathleen O'Brien, secretary and Jean Cody, treasurer. With such a wise choice of leaders the class will most assuredly live up to the trust of all those who have had the privilege of going before them.
NANCY BEAN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
BETTY ALSPAUGH Liberty, Missouri
BARBARA BERRY Sapulpa, Oklahoma
JEAN BANGS Tulsa, Oklahoma
HELEN BERRY Mamoroneck, New York
BETTY LOUISE BAILEY Eaton, Colorado
NANCY BINGMAN Okmulgee, Oklahoma
LORRAINE BARRON Cedar Rapids, Iowa
WINIFRED BOWEN Bloomington, Illinois
JEAN BARNETT Tulsa, Oklahoma
JOELLEN BRANHAM Tulsa, OklahomaEDNA LEA BURRUSS Hommond, Indiono
NANCY COPELAND Davenport, Iowa
PEGGY BRYAN Momphis, Tennessee
GRACE COREY Sioux City. Iowa
BARBARA CHARTIER Omaha, Nebraska
SHIRLEY CORNELIUS Clarendon Hills, Illinois
MARYETTE CHARLTON Manchester, Iowa
BARBARA JEANNE CRAVENS Sonborn, Iowa
JEAN CODY Sioux City. Iowa
ANNE CULVER Houston, Texas
MARTHA CHILTON Mexico. Missouri
EMILY DAILY Kansas City, MissouriDOROTHY DAUGHERTY Renssclocr, Indiana
ANN EBERT San Antonio. Texas
SARA FORD DALLMEYER Carthage, Missouri
DOROTHY EUBANK Kansas City, Missouri
DOROTHY DENNIS Paris, Illinois
NANCY DAVIS Omaha, Nebraska
JANET FOWLER Detroit, Michigan
JAYNE DUVALL Glen Ellyn, Illinois
BARBARA ANNE FULLER
ELIZABETH DENNIS Poris, Illinois
BETTY JANE GRAY Evonston, IllinoisBARBARA GROVES Ann Arbor, Michigan
JULIE HARVEY Kansas City, Missouri
MARGARET GREEN Dcs Moines. Iowa
MARGARET HEDRICK Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
LUCY ANN HAPEMAN Minden. Nebraska
HELEN HENRY Saginaw, Michigan
GAIL HAMILTON Homewood. Illinois
BETTY HERMES Sapulpa, Oklohoma
JOAN HARRIS Evanston, Illinois
JEAN S. HIMMEL Wilmotto, Illinois
JUNE YORK HARMON Carthage, Missouri
49JEAN HOMAN Konsos Oily, Missouri
JEAN KELLOGG Evanston, Illinois
MARY HOGE Columbus. Nebraska
ELIZABETH KENNEDY Webstor Groves, Missouri
ANNE RYRIE JAQUITH Evanston, Illinois
NORMA JEAN KENNEDY Kansas City. Missouri
BOBBY HOUSTON Kansas City. Missouri
MARTHA LAKE KNIGHT Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
ANN JENNINGS Council Bluffs. Iowa
SARA LEE KRAMER Parker, Indiana
JACQUELINE JEFFERSON Des Moines. Iowa
ANN FRARY LADD Elgin. Illinois
HELEN J. LAUGHLIN Oklahoma Oily. Oklahoma
BETTY McCULLY Chicago, Illinois
NANCY MARCUS St. Paul, Minnesota
LUNDGAARD Ada, Oklahoma
JEAN LYONS Chicago, Illinois
JEANNETTE MAGNUSSEN Omoho, Nebraska
NANCY LEE Kenilworth, Illinois
MARY FRANCES LYONS
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
BETTY PEG LICHTENHELD Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
ROSEMARY McKELVIE Council Bluffs. Iowa
CHARYS LENZEN Cedar Rapids. Iowa
RUTH McKISSICK Oklahoma City, OklahomaPATRICIA MARTIN Tulio, Oklahoma
NEALE B. MINNIS Carrollton, Missouri
EDYTHE MART Kansas City. Missouri
MARJORIE MURRAY Highland Pork, Illinois
BETTY MATHER Culver, Indiana
ANN NEWCOMER Kansas City, Missouri
ANN JOY MASON Liberty, Missouri
KATHLEEN O BRIEN Birmingham, Michigan
MARTHA JEAN MAYFIELD Norman, Oklahoma
DOROTHY PARK Evanston. Illinois
BARBARA MAY Chestor, Illinois
JOAN PARK Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
San Jose, Californio
BARBARA LEE PERKINS Okmulgee. Oklahoma
SHIRLEY JEAN ROBINSON
SALLY PREIHS Pane, Illinois
ELAINE PORTER Chicago, Illinois
NANCY SCHMIDT Davenport, lowo
BETTY READE Kalamazoo, Michigan
PATRICIA SAVAGE Tulsa, Oklahoma
ANN RADTKE Appleton, Wisconsin
PAULINE PECK Newton, Iowa
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ANN SHAW Dos Moines, Iowa
JANE THORNTON Glencoe, Illinois
SARA ANN SLOAN Tulsa, Oklahoma
VIRGINIA THOMAS Keokuk, Iowa
BARBARA JAYNE SMITH Sterling, Colorado
REBECCA VALLETTE Beloit, Kansas
MARY EMILY SNYDER Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
LOUISE TOUCHSTONE Dallas, Texas
MILDRED TARPLEY Quincy. Illinois
MARJORIE STALCUP Tulsa, Oklahoma
MARY LOUISE WARREN Beatrice, Nebraska
HELEN WHITE University City, MissouriNANNETTE EUWER
Sonto Monico, Californio
LORENE FIENUP Kimey, Missouri
VIRGINIA MANNING Amos, lowo
YVONNE PERRIN Chicago. Illinois
The war has made many changes in our lives. The Echo official photographer was unable to roturn to the campus to take the pictures of girls who entered at mid-semester or of those who missed him when he was here. We are sorry but know that our photographer, Maryette Charlton, has given us a reasonable likeness.
Here’s a great big welcome to the girls who entered Monticello at mid-semesters! We're glad you're here with us and we know that you'll love Monti as we do. And to all you who missed the photographer—our apologies.
Bainbridgc. Now York
55SENIOR PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS
Lu Lynn Green Jone Foster. . . Peggy Lynn . . .
.... President Vice-President .. . .Secretory .. . .Treosurer
JUNIOR PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS
Nancy Lee Deck......................Vice-President
Peggy Parkinson..........................TreasurerJACQUELINE BECKER Springfield. Illinois
Ono thing's certoin in Jackie’s future—friends.
MARJORIE COSH Alton. Illinois
Marjorie will go places with her talents and sunny disposition.
BETTY BERNARD Springfield. Illinois
Brains a la mode will keep Betty on top.
MARTHA DAVID Glencoe. Illinois
Mortha con’t help but be a succoss. for she is an extraordinary sportswomen and a fine artist.
River Forest. Illinois
Shooting high is Janie’s motto not only on the archory range, but everywhere.
SHIRLEY COOTER Kenilworth, Illinois Beauty, brains, and moke Shirley a hit.
personality combine to
SALLY ANN BERRYHILL Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Sally’s cheery smile can’t help but mean hop. pincss.
SHIRLEY DeGRAFF Corvallis. Oregon
The futuro holds hoppincss for Shirloy. for she is a perfoct friend.
Babbie will ride her way to fame.
AUDREY DICK Wolsenburg, Colorado
One hundred men and a girl is a perfect and literal motto for Audrey.MOLLY DOWSE Solina, Kansas
Molly’s friendliness and attractiveness make Kcr outstanding.
SUE FREER Hinsdale. Illinois
Sue’s future holds everything a perfect stu-dont and friend deserves.
MARTHA EASTMAN Galesburg. Illinois
Martha is o success in everything she docs.
BOBBY ANNE GEORGE Edwardsvillo, Illinois
True friendliness means true happiness for Bobby.
JOAN EDDY Galesburg, Illinois
Sincerity is sure to get Jodie places.
LU LYNN GREEN Olney, Illinois
Lu Lynn ond her ultra ultro scholastic standing will go places.
MARY CAROLYN EMANUEL Ado. Oklahoma
Postmistress-general will be Ado's title.
YVONNE HAYES Oklohoma City, Oklahoma Handling financial mottors is Yvonne's specialty.
ELIZABETH JANE FOSTER Benton. Illinois
Janie will reach the top of the ladder with that efficiency and leadership.
MARY MARGARET HILL Benton, Illinois
Brains ond personality will make Mary Margaret a success.MARILYN KROC Arlington Heights, Illinois
Lynn's cheerfulness will olwoys keep her hoppy.
GEORGETTE MANDIS Wilmetto, Illinois
Georgic’s friendliness mokes her o splendid person.
JOYCE LoROCCA Glen Ellyn, Illinois With Joy comes joy.
THERESSA MYRACLE Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Torry is so winsome and fun-loving, she rotes tops with overyono.
ANNETTE LEVIN Vandalia, Illinois
Annette's nico disposition is a real asset.
JOAN NEUSTADT Ardmore, Oklahoma
Jo's many friends are proof of hor fine per-sonality.
A sparkling disposition and dimples moke Janet a favorite.
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
Peggy's sure to bo a hit wherever she goes.
Modosty and cheerfulness moke Anne a fine person.
LUCILE NORTON Alton. Illinois
A worm smile and kocn intelligence will always keep Lucilc out in front.EDITH PICKERING Springfield. Illinois
A riding enthusiost of the highest caliber is Edith.
JEAN RUCKER Independence. M:ssouri
Bobby's future is sure to have its shore of hoppincss.
PATRICIA ANN PLUMMER Marysville. Colifo'nia
A roody smilo and sparkling eyas combine to moke Pot popular.
EDITH SPICKELMIER Indionopolis. Indiana
There'll never be a better friend than ''Spic."
BERNICE POSTEL Mascoutah, Illinois
Incxhoustoble energy and plenty of dotes olwoys koep Bernice busy.
MARY LOU SPIVA Quincy. Illinois
Twinkling toes and eyes will keep "Spivc" dancing and everyone else happy.
VIRGINIA RODDY Chicago. Illinois
Ono of the brainiest and cleverest is Virginia.
HELEN THEIS Kirkwood. Missouri
If thorc is a horso around Sis will always be happy.
JOANN YOUNG Dos Moines. Iowa
A quiet life forever holds greot charm f°r Joann.
60ADRIENNE AHLGREN Whiting. Indiana
MITZI ALTER Chicago. Illinois
BARBARA BEYE Iowa City. Iowa
STEPHANIE BILHARZ Baxter Springi, Kansas
SUSAN BOYNTON Detroit, Michigan
CATHERINE CHARLES Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
MARGARET COX Ferguson, Missouri
NANCY DECK Tulsa. Oklahoma
PRISCILLA EVANS Wilmette. Illinois
BARBARA JEAN FOLEY Winnetko. Illinois
DIANE BRODERICK JANNOTTA Kenilworth, Illinois
NORMA SUE McCULLOCH Okmulgeo. Oklohoma
LAURA BELLE MEANS Soguacho, Colorado
JEAN MAEYS Columbia, Illinois
JOANNE MILLER Gunnison, Colorado
ELIZABETH JACKSON Hinsdaln, Illinois
MYRA ANN KING Hobbs. Now Moxico
JEAN KUEHNE Mattoon, IllinoisJOSEPHINE BAKER Lot Angclet, Colifornia
LOUISE POPE Glencoe, Illinois
MARGUERITE HOUCK Excolsior Springt, Missouri
MARY E. SMITH Urbona, Illinois
Sonto Monica, Californio
NELLE McCUISTION. P-ll Alfon, Illinois
We're sorry you missed the photographer last fall, but we're glad you're here at Monticello with us.
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78. ». .■ »iu . - Catherine Stockton, president Sue Freer, vico-presidcnt Kothleen O'Brien, recording secretory Mory Emanuol, corresponding secretory Maryette Charlton, treasurer Maryann Morrick Bush, social chairman Josophine Roschko. chairman of Caldwell Mary 8ob Seiler, chairmon of Baldwin Sue Wilson, chairman of Hoskoll Catherine Charles, choirmon of Gilman
Crystal Nay. Sponsor chairmon Jane McLaughlin, M.A.A. president Jono Foster, chairman of tho preparatory school
Eloonor Straub, editor of tho TIMES Jeon Evans, chairmon of the War Effort Council
Eunice Lorson, treasurer of the senior closs Nancy Pot Davis, president of the junior closs
Jeon Moeys. president of tho preparatory junior closs
Catherine Stockton, President 1942-1943
The Student Council, elected to represent all the Monticello girls and to aid in governing their affairs, has been more active this year than ever before. Its fine efforts indicate the success of democracy and the fine co-operation of girls under their own student government.
Josephine Roschkc. Chairmen Groce Lindsey
Mory Emanuel Jeon Evans Evelyn Fentcm Jane Foster Sue Freer
Potricia McClelland Crystal Nay Martha Stein Catherine Stockton Eleanor Stroub
Mory Bob Seiler. Chairman Edna Leo Burruss Maryann Merrick Bush Mory Colvort Nancy Pat Davis Beth Donnis
Bobby Ann George Margaret Green Frances Hoover Pauline Lewis Jane McLaughlin Phyllis Russell
Sue Wilson. Chairman Ann Lenten
Barbara Berry Charys Lenxen
Eunice Larson Betty Roado
Catherine Charles. Chairman Laura Belle Means
Discipline is conducted in a democratic way at Monticello. and girls are governed by their fellow students. Each dormitory has its council to maintain order and regulations within the house.
Sponsors greet the newcomers with open arms, playing big sister until the fear of a new experience fades into the thrill and pleasure of calling Monticello "my school." The Sponsors, chosen for their admirable citizenship, help the girls to become adjusted in September and to remain happy throughout the whole year. The Sponsors have been under the leadership of Crystal Nay.
Crystal Noy, Sponsor Chairman
Mary Colvert. Chairman Dorothy Burko Mildred Crandall Martha Eostmon Maryann Merrick Bush Bobby Ann George Pauline Lewis Jane McLaughlin Solly Philpott Goorgconne O'Hornctt Mary Bob Seiler
Crystol Noy, Chairman Jean Evans Jonnifcr Tanner Eloonor Straub Helen Brondhorst Josephine Reschke Catherine Stockton Priscilla Foster Ruth Wood Betty Brewen Jono Foster Lu Lynn Green Mary Emonuol Suo F-'eor Peggy Lynn
Ruth Wilber, Choirmon Elisabeth Ardolt Ann Hampton Eunice I arson Lcnoro Simonson Sue Wilson
84Jeon Evans, Choirmon of the War Effort Council
WAR EFFORT COUNCIL
The War Effort Council guides Monti-cello's war activities which this year included the M.S.O., Monticello Student Organization. The council is also a medium for raising the morale of the present and planning for the future. The officers this year are: Jean Evans, president, and Ann Lenzen, secretary.
Jean Evans Priscilla Allen Sue Boynton Nancy Pat Davis Joan Eddy Marlene Foltcr Annello Hammett Holcn Henry Frances Hoovor Anno Joquith Ann Lcnzon Ann Joy Moson Maryann Mcrriclt Bush Nancy Schmidt Ann Show Norma Stewart Virginia Thompson Jane Thornton Barbara Wilcoxson
FACULTY ADVISORS Pres. George I. Rohrbough Miss Catherine Breeze Miss Lucretia Cressoy Dr. George Carson Miss Julia Foster Miss Dorothea Galohousc Miss Elizabeth Gulick Miss Marjorie Kay Mrs. John Kirkpatrick Dr. Notley Maddox Mrs. Alice May Morrill Miss Elizabeth Supplee Mr. Homer Youngn
Lost Chrisfmos the student bought defense stomps which they decorated os ornaments for the tree. These stamps wore then turned into a bond which wo presented to the college.
Miss Mason leads a group of Commandoes in colisthonics. Th" Commando course includes oil tho exorcises and drills used by the WAVES in their troining.
Every Tuesday and Friday Monticello students work at bandage rolling at the Godfrey church. Ann Lenzen is in charge of this project.
The captains of three of our teams are working in the victory garden. We have three acres of victory garden which the students have planted and tended.
With the exception of Sunday, every afternoon and evening finds some student selling Defense Stamps and Bonds by the Echo Counter and at the Cabin.International
Frances Hoover, President
The I.R.C. brings speakers to the campus, keeps students informed on current events, maintains a reading shelf in the library, and with various other activities helps to keep Monticello up-to-date in this war world. Its officers are: Frances Hoover, president; Josephine Radcliffe, vice-president; Martha Appel, secretary-treasurer.
Mortho Appel Priscilla Foster Peggy Porkinson
Jeon Belanger Lucy Ann Hopomon Sally Preihs
Betty Bcokly Frances Hoover Josephine Radcliffe
Sue Boynton Rosomary Hurst Nancy Scott
Betty Brcwen Dorothy Inglis Lenore Simonson
Barbara Chartior Jeannette Magnusscn Ruth Sumner
Mary Colvort Nancy Marcus Norma Stewart
Groce Corey Rosomary McKelvio Rebecca Vollotfo
Both Dennis Ruth McKissick Helen White
Dorothy Erickson Lucile Norton Barbara Wilcoxson
Jean Evans Georgoonno O'Hornett Ruth Wood Estelle Young
87Priscilla Allen Josephine Baker Nancy Boon Dorothy Binner Elinor Borgstcdt Winifred Bowen Suo Boynton Mary Colvort Nancy Copeland Shirley Cornelius Nancy Pot Davis Elizabeth Dennis Dorothy Dennis Audroy Dick Martha Eastman Joan Eddy Dorothy Eubank
Paulino Lewis. President
Mary Jane Foster Crystol Noy
Marlene Felter Ann Newcomer
June Harmon Morcio Nead
Joan Horris Joan Pork
Lucy Ann Hopemon Martha Peel
Helen Honry Josephine Radcliffe
Nancy Hoaglond Josephine Reschke
Elizobeth Kennedy Bobby Jean Rucker
Normo Kennedy Patricio Savago
Jeanne Kuohno Sara Ann Sloan
Annette Levin Barbara Jayno Smith
Pauline Lewi Margaret Sworts
Joy LaRocco Virginia Thompson
Jeonnette Mognusscn Moxine Vignola
Virginia Manning Mary Lou Warron
Patricio Mortin Helen White
The Chorus is heard at Sunday Vespers and various on-campus events throughout the year. It often provides entertainment for guests as well. Officers arc: Pauline Lewis, president; Martha Eastman. secretary; Dorothy Dennis, treasurer; Josephine Reschlce, mistress of the robes; Martha Peet, librarian; and Priscilla Allen, accompanist.
Jeon Cody Noncy Pat Davit Roicmary McKclvio Gcorgoanno O'Hornett Betty Bailey Jeon Barnett Helen Berry Jocllon Branham Barbara Chortier Noncy Copoland Emily Daily Joan Event Janot Fowlor
Barbara Fullor Joan Kollogg Bobbie Houiton Ann Ladd
Mary Francct Lyont Betty Peg lichtonhcld Jeannette Magnotten Betty Mother Ann Newcomer Lucile Norton Kathleen O'Brien Mildred Tarpley Elaine Porter
Joan Cody, Protident
The Science Club, advised by Miss Elizabeth Guliclc, meets once a month to discuss new theories and discoveries and to extend the "scientific attitude" to the student body of Monticello. The club entertained the student body at a Barn Dance in the spring to bring their year to a close.
89Members of the Dromo Club
Scenes from "Letters To Lucerne." o ploy describing life in o women" college in wor-forn Europe.
Membership in the Drama Club is based on work in previous productions or by try-outs. With the aid of Miss Julia Horned, it sponsored a one-act play. All its work is done for the purpose of furthering the interest in drama on the Monticello campus.
"Ladie In Retirement." o spoctocular ploy of suspense and mood.The Monticello Art Association is composed of students interested in art and who are taking work in the art department. The Association has brought members of the entire student body into contact with a variety of art forms by means of the several travelling exhibits which have been displayed in the Arcade.
The highlight of the year was the open house held in the art studios at which student work was displayed. The open house gave all students an opportunity to "look in" on work done in the art department.
Guests of the open house inspect student work ol
Finishing up murals depicting the history of Monticello which appear on the wolls of ono of the ort studios.The Book Fair
Finding your way around a library is often quite a task, but Monti has a Pegasus Club, composed of the library staff and the librarian, Miss Hardin, that gives helpful service to a bewildered student. This year the club sponsored a book fair that was colorful as well as exciting and educational. For onco food was a attraction.
Elizabeth Ardelt Dorothy Eubank Virginia Manning
Nancy Schmidt Mary Bob Seiler Ruth ThornquistTHE
Eleanor Straub. Editor
The Times Staff
Nows Editor ................
Feature Editors ............
Assistant Feature Editor
Sports Editor ...............
Sports Assistant ............
Make-up Editor ..........
Copy Editor .................
Business Managers ...........
Assistant Business Manager.
....................... Eleanor Straub
....................... Rebecca Vallette
Rosemary Smith and Mary Jane Foster
...................... Jane McLaughlin
.................... May Jo Lundgaard
................. Sara Ford Dallmeyer
........................ Edythe Mart
Marcia Need and Jeannette Magnussen ............................Ann Ladd
Winifred Bowen Groce Corey Julio Harvey Jean Kellogg Ann Lenzcn Mildred Tarpley Grace Lindsey Nancy Marcus Kathleen O'Brien Margaret Supplee Helen Henry
Betty Alspaugh Jean Barnett Helen Brandhorst Joellen Branham Grace Corey Jeanne Cravens Dorothy Daugherty Nancy Deck Shirley DeGraff Molly Dowse Martha Eastman Barbara Fuller Lucy Ann Hapeman
Diane Jannotta Jean Kuehne Jean Kellogg Nancy Marcus Ann Joy Mason Crystal Nay Lucile Norton Jane Osterhoudt Edith Pickering Barbara Wilcoxson Betty Mather Ann Lenzen Nancy Schmidt Ann Shaw
Twice a month the Times Staff lines up those galleys for the press to print all the news at Monticello.
Boity Brewen, Editor
The Echo Board i$ in the lime-light every night at nine when food is sold at the Echo Counter. The money gained from this has produced the 1943 Echo. Here's hoping you like it!
Editor, Betty Brewen Editorial Staff:
Consulting Editor, Eunice Larson Jane Abbott
Assistant Editor, Nancy Schmidt
Copy Editor, Ann Lenzen Adrienne Ahlgren
Art Editors, Nancy Tackett and Jane Ostcrhoudt Kathleen Baetz
Business Manager, Elizabeth Ardelt Betty Beekly
Assistant Business Manager, Ruth Wilber Jeanne Cravens
Photographer, Maryette Charlton Dorothy Erickson
Assistant Photographer, Annella Hammett
Art Staff: Julie Harvey
Elizabeth Ardelt Jean Kellogg
Maryette Charlton Charys Lenzen
Priscilla Evans Pauline Lewis
Sallie Kramer Grace Lindsey
Ann Radtke Margaret Parkinson
Nancy Schmidt Sally Philpott
Joanne Young Martha Stein
Elizabeth Ardelt Norma Stewart
Sue Freer Ann Trehearne
Ruth Wilber Barbara WolfsEvery student at Monticello is a member of the Monti-collo Athletic Association. The Association is governed by a board consisting of four officers and the manager of each campus sport. M.A.A. offers an equal opportunity to all students who wish to participate in the voluntary sports program regardless of proficiency.
Jane McLaughlin, president Edna Lea Burruss, vice-president Ruth Wilber, secretary Sally Philpott, treasurer Ann Hampton, riding manager Mildred Crandall, modern dance manager Barbara Burruss, bicycle manager
Martha Wright, hockey manager
Evelyn Fentem, basketball manager
Jane Anderson, archery manager
Pat McClelland, swimming manager
Eunice Larson, golf and badminton manager
Pauline Lewis, tennis manager
Jane Andcrjon, Archery Manager
Variety has been the keynote of the archery program this year. It was offered both as a fall and a spring sport and as a class sport and part of the voluntary sports program.
Novelty and clout tournaments as well as archery golf were added attractions for the Monticello "Robinette Hoods."
Archery teams participated in the Tri-College Sports Day at Lindenwood College and met Lindenwood again on the Monticello campus in a contest between the two colleges.
Pot Sovogc ond Brown Betty
Riding was more popular this year at Monti than ever before. Ring and trail riding as well as English and Western technique, and driving singles and doubles were all part of the regular class work. Riding team competitions were held with MacMurray and Lindenwood during the year.
Adrienne Ahlgron "porks" her horse.
Soro Ford Dallmoycr ond Laura Bello Means ♦ rot and canter around tho ring.
Libby Kennedy trots back compus.
Dot ond Beth Dennis, riding in pairs.Eddie and Babbie Bur-russ trot around the ring.
Ann Hampton. President of Hobby Horse
Hobby Horse took in a large number of new members this year. Sunday morning rides were popular when the weather permitted. Members Beth Dennis and Rummy participated in the Tri-College competitions and
also sponsored a demonstration for the parents on Thanksgiving Day. Ann Hampton was president of Hobby Horse and Ruth Wilber acted as the riding manager.
The riding demonstration given at Thanksgiving.
Members of Hobby Horse
The activities of modern dance have been varied. An exhibition of techniques was presented for the parents at Thanksgiving, and later an informal demonstration was held in the Dance Studio. The Dance Club participated in the Candle Light Service at Christmas and in the spring presented a dance drama entitled "The Changing Frontier." Mildred Crandall was the very efficient manager who guided the Dance Club in its many activities this year.
A modern dance clo»j practice back orchos with side tlretchc and tide lunge .
Rohearjal for the danco droma. The choreography wa done by tho member of the Dance Club with tho aid of Mitt Marjorio Lew Kay.
Scene from the Candle Light Sorvice given at Chrittmos.SOFTBALL
Softball, offered at Monticello for the first time last year, has risen to a place of primary importance in Monticello sports. It was played both in class and voluntarily. Two teams were chosen, and a series of competitions were held between these teams. Wo regret that it was only a spring sport, and we were unable to take any pictures of the teams.
BALL PARKS MAD BATTERS
Joan Pork, Captain Anne Jaquith, Captain
Jane Abbott Adrienne Ahlgren
Jane Anderson Martha David
Lorone Fienup Evelyn Fentem
Elizabeth Jackson Janet Fowler
Joyce LaRocca Grace Lindsey
Crystal Nay Jean Maeys
Lucile Norton Nancy Schmidt
Sally Philpott Gloria Stoin
Nancy Scott Catherine Stockton
Junavonne South Ruth Thornquist
101Poulinc Lewis, Tennis Monogcr
Ann Show, Noncy Pol Davis, Peggy Parkinson, and Sukio Joekson go out for a set of doubles.
Ruth Sumnor. one of our excellent ployors. steps out for o game of tennis.
Tennis was offered both as a fall and spring sport this year and was a favorite for class work as well as a voluntary sport. The tennis team went to Principia in the fall for a lively tournament, and faculty-student tournaments were also held.
102Golf was popular this year at Monti during both the spring and fall seasons. The college team took numerous trips to the Muni Golf course in Alton and competed in the Tri-College sports competition held at Lindenwood in the spring.
A group on route to dost.
Eunico Lonon, Golf Manager
A golf cloji practice "driving."FENCING
Fencing thrust itself into the fall sports season and continued through the winter. Monti's fencing classes "parried" and "counter-parried" in numerous trial bouts and learned fencing from "salute" to end.
Ann Ebort is ore of our most outstanding fencers.HOCKEY
Hockey was offered this year as a class and voluntary sport. Intra-mural competitions were held between the "Black" and "Gold" teams. The College team played a game with Principia. Games were played between the Prep and College teams and between Junior and Senior Class teams. The season was brought to an end with the annual Sports Banquet.
Martha Wright, hockey manager ond capioin of the "Gold" Intra-mural team; Jeon Lyons, captain of Collogc team; and Ann Shaw, captain of tho "Black" Intro-murol team, relax a little after a gome.
Our College hockoy team: Bottom row. left to right. Evelyn Fontcm, Crystal Noy, Helen Broodhorst. Jane Mclauqhlin. Jeon Lyons. Top row. Martha Stein. Eloonor Straub, Martha Wright. Eunice Larson, Potricio McClelland, Ann Shaw, Gloria Stein.
"Sis" Stockton and Ann Shaw roce down tho field after the boll.
Barbara Chort'cr is determined to prevent the other team from making o goal.
The turnout for voluntary basketball was so large this year that three college intra-mural teams and one prep team were chosen. Pat McClelland's "Graveyard Shift" played the "P43's" captained by Jean Macys and Gail Hamilton’s "WABT's" played Jean Cody's "BB's." The college team played Lindenwood at the Tri-College Sports Day held at Monticello this spring. A faculty-student game was played and the season was closed with the Winter Sports Banquet.
‘‘Stubby" Fcntem, Bosketboll Manager
"Water-boys" Jeon Cody and Barbara Chortior qivo aid to their team at the Tri-College Sports Day 9
"Stubby" Fer.tcm shoots for a basket.
Miss Gottschalk guards for tho faculty teom in a faculty-student game.
Monticello ploys MacMurroy at the Tri-College Sports Day.
106Dole Wyn'xoop twirls tho racquet to decide upon the server.
Shirley Cooler hits the "birdie.'
Badminton is one of Monti's more popular winter sports, end the "birds" fly all winter long in the Entertainment Hall. At the end of the winter sport season a badminton tournament was held at which every girl tried her skill.
Betty Mather is an enthusiastic badminton player.
Jean Spence seems to be o formidable opponent.
107Somoono mode o big splash.
Swimming was more popular than ever this year with Monticello students, and there was an increased interest in life-saving and swimming as a voluntary sport. Several inter-class meets were held and preparatory school members participated in a National Telegraphic meet. Monti-cello took high honors in the aquatic division of the Tri-College Sports Meet held in the Monticello pool between swimmers from Lindenwood, MacMurray and Monticello.
Dot and Both Dennis practico for the pogoont.
A wotor design os anyono can plainly sco.
Try-outs for membership in Marlin Club were held soon after the opening of school. With enthusiasm the group held "swimming clinics," obstacle races and planned "Injun Injunity," the annual water production, which they gave in the Monticello pool and in the Y.W.C.A. pool for Alton friends and alumnae.
Marlin Club board members are: Pat McClelland, president; Ann Shaw, vice-president; Yvonne Hayes, secretary and treasurer; Edna Lea Burruss, pageant chairman; Martha Stein, publicity chairman; and Evelyn Fentcm, meet chairman.
Tho Indian chioftain, Juno Harmon, waits for an escort to tho final coronation corcmonics in "Injun Injunity."
The oudionco holds its breath as the pogoant stunt divors pose.
Three splashes, but docs the biggest splash make a winner?
Swimming the hard way—that is. with clothes on.THE BICYCLE CLUB
Jo Radcliff© brings o bike out for a ride.
Borbaro Burru , Manager of the Bicycle Club
Monti's lassies explore the country with the aid of the Bicycle Club. For the many girls who love to ride and for those who would like to become proficient, the Bicycle Club has been very popular. Mr. Homer Young is the faculty advisor of this organization which is celebrating its second year.
Edi Mart and Maggio Grocn keop tho wheel rolling.
Sally Bcrryhill, Betty Horme . and Barbara Berry go out for o hort jaunt.
Fascinatin’ Rhythm .... Symphony in red .... The photographer said pose, not stare .... Campin' at the Cabin .... Two who know what makes the world go 'round .... Spellbound by Hulu Young .... Artistes en masse eat .... Model of a miniature.
114Just plain cute .... Brrrrrrrr!
Gee, -fellers, the snow's cold . . . . B.W.O.C. and B.M.O.C. . . : . Where is that train? .... The long and short of it ... . Phooey to you, too .... Esquire? . . . . Coming or going .... Looks nice to us .... It must be a ghost story .... Parting is such sweet sorrow .... Communing with nature .... Riders on a spree.5
Dirty work .... Who said Varga was good? .... Sunshine of her smile! . . . . More dirty work .... It must be funny .... Spring has come .... Every girl for herself .... And she can ride, too .... Where did you get the shirt, Dodo?
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' I fIt must bo Sunday .... Miss B. and some of her flock .... George and Martha and modern jive .... C'est la guerre .... Naughty, but nice! .... Octagon triangle .... Winsome profiles .... Terry the Pirate .... That certain touch.
Combining work and play . . . . Brushing the brush . . . . Ho—Ho .... Falling leaves .... Sunrise service .... My name's Sis. What's yours? .... What's that you say? .... All this and heaven, too .... Artist and model.
Monticello's daughters (Class of ’42) take their final leave of the campus. Poignant memories remain of those last few busy days —Class day exercises and tree planting, the academic procession, Commencement and farewells. Another group of Monticello students leaves the campus, but never will they leave behind Monticello for they are always loyal Monti alumnae and always a part of the life and growth of their alma mater.A U R E V O I R
The one hundred and fifth year at Monticello has been one of outstanding accomplishments. We are now in the second year of one of the greatest struggles between nations the world has ever experiencd. It has changed many of our lives. It is making us more mature.
Our account of what we have done is set down in this book. It may not be accurate, but it does show a glimpse of our crowded days.
Classes will come and go for years to come. We feel that our ideas and ideals are best expressed in the Junior Class song, "Ours Forevermore."
Each and every Monti girl will always have a place For the lasting friendships, the smile on every face,
The campfires in the evening,
The serenading, too,
These thoughts will keep reminding us of you;
The fountain court in springtime The chapel in the snow,
May the bells up in that steeple always chime.
When we ore far away from all this we adore,
Then's the time we'll think of all the fun we've had before,
Of tears we shed at parting,
Of memories so haunting,
Oh, Monticello, ours forevermore.
Our thanks for a glorious ycarl There will always be in us a part that is forever Monticello.05625764”
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