Monticello College - Echo Yearbook (Godfrey, IL)

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 Editor...........................Josephine Radcliffe Assistant Editor.....................Terry Emerson Copy Editor............................Sue Harnly Art Editor...........................Nancy Schmidt Business Manager...................Rebecca Valletta Assistant Business Manager............Anne Jaquith Photographer...................Miss Helen Patton Photographer's Assistant.............Janis Baliman Advisor....................Miss Elizabeth Supplee (YIONTICELLO COLLEGE LIBRAS GODFREY, ILL.THEODORE STILLMAN CHAPMAN DEDICATION This Echo of 1944 is dedicated to Theodore Stillman Chapman, former president of the Board of Trustees of Monticcllo College. "Mr. Theodore Stillman Chapman who died June I, 1943, was a porfect example of the kind of man who has made the United States of America not only one of the great nations of the modern world, but also a place where people like to live. "Hero at Monticcllo wo shall miss his jaunty step, his cheery greeting, his twinkling smile, his driving power, his great interest. But we shall take renowed courage from his example and shall gather to ourselves strength from his achievements." (Token from a tribute written by Dr. George Irwin Rohrbough and Dr. Trumon B. Douglasi for the Boord of Truiteei)BOARD OF TRUSTEES Member Emeritus end Treasurer: CHARLES A. CALDWELL President, First Nationcl Bank and Trust Company Alton, Illinois President: EBEN RODGERS President, Alton Brick Company Alton, Illinois MRS. WILLIAM WOOD PARSONS Terre Haute, Indiana FRED KUEHNE. JR. President of Kuchne Manufacturing Company Mattoon, Illinois MRS. HELEN CHAPMAN Homeridge Farm Jerseyville, Illinois Secretary: MRS. SPENCER T. OLIN (ANN WHITNEY) Alton, Illinois Class of 1925. Alumnae Member Ex-officio: GEORGE IRWIN ROHRBOUGH President, Monticello College"A WISH FOR EACH SENIOR" I wish for you a capacity to separate the important things in life from the trivial and to live by and for tho important and not the inconsequential. May you so order your years that life continuously opens up before you. May you have a dynamic, creative, developing theory and practice in living. When you look back upon the "good old days" at Monticello, may those good times not only serve to remind you how much you have done since graduation but their memory should always urge you on to greater works for the welfare of your fellowman. "Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be." G.I.R. 8B.A., D. Ped., West Virginia Wesleyan College; M.A., Harvard University GEORGE IRWIN ROHRBOUGH President ALICE MAY GEORGE MORRILL Doon of Women Ph.B., Denison University; M.A.. Northwostorn University. JOHN RIPLEY YOUNG Academic Dean Chairman. Department of Foreign Languages. B.A.. Marshall College; Ph.D.. University of Illinois. MARY LAING SWIFT Director of tho Preparatory Division History B.A., Vassar College; M.A., Columbia Univorsity.  AUDLEY NOEL SULLIVAN Secretary of the Collogo and Director of Admissions University of Nobroska. WENDEL H. BAKER Business Monagor B.A., University of Missouri. _,V; ORLIN C. SPICER Librarian B.A., Whitworth College; Gonzaga Univerjity; B.S. Peabody College. M.A L.S NINA KACHUR SPICER Assistant Librarian B.Ed.. Oshkosh State Teachers College; Certificate in Library Science. University of Wisconsin. VIRGINIA G. HARTH Registrar B.S., Univorsity of Tulsa. HARRY H. ZIEGLER Comptroller B.S.. University of Illinois.NOTLEY S. MADDOX Univorsity of Illinois; M.S.. M.A.. Ph.D., Ohio Sfoto University. Choirman. Deparlmont of English c.nd Speech Director. Tests ond Measurements. FELIX MORRISON B.A.. M.A., Oxford University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. English NAOMI K. HADE B.A., Hood Collego; M.A., Columbia University; graduate work. Columbia University ond Oxford University. English. B.A., Cornoll University; B.J., M.A.. University of Missouri. Publications DEE D. THOMPSON B.A.. Hedding College; M.A., University of Illinois: groduatc work. University of Missouri and University of Wisconsin. ELIZABETH CORNELL SUPPLEE Director of ond Publicity EnglishADELA LAUE Sfodiod with Kern. Kruoggor ond Wolfs-John, Chicago; Victor Heinze. Berlin; Dobut with Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Berlin, Gor-mony. Chairman. Department of Music. FLORENCE BERGENDAHL Mus.B.. Westminster Choir College; Graduate study, Northwestern University. MARGARET MORE-HEAD SQUIRE B.A., Bronou College; Studied with John Kirk-potrick, Artur Schnabel. MusicHOMER F. YOUNG B.A., Ohio University; M.A.. Horvord Univcr-jity; groduoto study. Woshington Univorsity. Choirmon. Division of Sociol Sciences. VIRGINIA ANNA LIESE GEORGE BARR CARSON A.A.. Monticello Col-logo; B.A., Colorado College. Assistont in Psychology B.A.. College of Woos tor; M.A., Ph.D.. Univor sity of Chicago. Social SciencesHILLIS ARNOLD B.A., Univorsity of Min-nosota; graduate study, Minneapolis School of Arts; twice holder of tho Vonderlip Travelling Fellowship; Cronbrook Ac-odomy of Arts, two yoor fellowship. Sculpturo B.S., Peabody College; M.A., Univorsity of Chicago. Acting Chairmon, Department of Visual Arts HELEN JEAN GRANDFIELD W. VLADIMIR ROUSSEFF Bulgarian National Gymnasium; L'Ecolo do I'Assomption, Varna. Bulgaria; Art Institute of Chicogo; studied with Randall Dovoy. Goorge Bellows, Alborf H. Kroh-boil. Carl Buohr. Visual Arts HELEN FRANCES PATTON B.S.. Southern Illinois State Normal University. Dross DesignMARTHA ANNE DUBOIS Christian College; B.S., Univorsity of Missouri. HARRIET LOUISE LISHEN B.S., University of Missouri. Physical Education Acting Chairman, Department of Physicol Education and Hygiene. DOROTHY ROBARGE B.S., University of Wisconsin. Physicol EducationLUCRETIA CRESSEY B.A.. University of Illinois: M.A.. Columbio University: groduoto study. University of Chicago. Chairman, Department of Science and Mathematics LOUISE ELIZABETH GULICK Univorsity of Biology CHARLES J. LIENERT B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University; M.S.. Univorsity of Illinois. Mathematics B.A.. M.A.. Illinois.PAUL JOHN COOKE B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D.. University of Illinois. English and Spanish Ph.D., University of Wurzburg; graduoto study, University of Munich, the Sorbonno. French. German, and Spanish BARBARA SEYBOLD» SOLVEIG WINSLOW WENZEL B.A.. University of Wisconsin; M.F.A., Yale University Spooch and Drama CORINNE TAYLOR B.S.. Stafo Teachers College. Warrcnsburg, Missouri; M.A.. University of Missouri. Socrotoriol Science DOROTHEA P. DUNAGAN B.A., Simpson College; graduate work, Iowa State College. Secretarial Science Counselor for Careers CLARK NIXON CRAIN B.A., M.A., Univorsity of Colorodo; Graduoto Fellow in International Affairs, Clark University. Chairman, Deportment of GeographyLETITIA HALL CARTER B.A., Fronklin College Baldwin Residence FRANCES LEDOYT YEARLY MARGARET McHENRY EVANS B.M., Knox College M.M., Northwestern Uni vorsity. Gilmon House B.A.. University of Nebraska. Haskell HouseCATHERINE BREEZE Rosidont Nurse Groduote of St. Lulto's Hospitol Training School. St. Louis. LILLIAN LESLIE HELEN CLOSSON Dietitian Socretary to the Admis sions Offieo. B.A., Culver-Stockton Col logo ANN WINTERS HELEN EILEEN WILES B.A., University of Michigon Socrcfory fo the President Normal Illinois Sfofe University CashierFRANCES BAKER B.A., B.S.. Drury Collego; groduoto study. University of Missouri Lotin NELL L. BEALL Music School of Shurtleff College Chaporon ADA H. DIESH 8.A.. Illinois College Socrotory in Admissions Office LUDWIG LENEL Mus.M., Oberlin College; Hochschule fur Musik, Cologne; Basel Conservatory Music ROSE C. MEYERS Information Office ALICE MORRISON B.A., M.A., Mi. Holyoke; graduate student at ♦ho Univorsity of Wisconsin. Assistant in Chemistry LUCIE B. MOTT Purdue University Admissions Counselor MRS. JOHN W. OLBERT Graduate of St. Luke's Hospital Training School, St. Louis Assistant in Infirmary MARTHA ROHRBOUGH B.A.. Oberlin Collego; M.A.. Radcliffc Collego; graduote study, the Sorbonne French GROVES B. SMITH M.D.. Columbia University; Director of Surveys for the Notionol Committee on Mental Hygiene; Assistant Chief of Stoff, Alton Mcmoriol Hospital College Physician Lecturer in Psychology MAX TARTASKY Studied with Raphael Bronstein (pupil of Leopold Auer); Town Hall debut. 1929; concer-tiied in New York City; member Community Center Faculty Quartot; assistant Concert Mos-tor St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Violin LAURENT TORNO Pupil of Georges Laurent; solo flutest of Boston Symphony. Cleveland Symphony. St. Louis Symphony, and St. Louis Grand Opera; member of Notionol Music Camp faculty for four seasons; conductor of St. Louis Women's Symphony; guost conductor of St. Louis Philharmonic Flute HELEN VENARDOS Shurtleff College Information Office MARGARET K. WEIGEL B.A., College of St. Thereso; graduote study. University of Wisconsin Admissions CounselorElected by their classmates last year as class leaders, these officers lead the Seniors and the student body in accomplishing the many duties and tasks that make for successful class spirit. Nancy Pat Davis is president, Anne Jaquith is vice-president, Kathleen O'Brien, secretary and Jean Cody, treasurer. 26Lorraine Barron Codar Rapids. Iowa Freckle-faced. big os a minuto, Deeney chatters every second in it! Margaret Ansley Auburndole. Massachusetts With a ncwly-acquirod sunburn. sho looks like a clown And brings us an accent from Eoston Bean town. Nancy Bean Boston, Massachusetts For prospectors searching for a quoon, Stop on this page — here’s Nancy Boon. Jean Bangs Tulsa, Oklahoma "George Gershwin Bongo" Bangs Roally suffers from nickname pangs!1 Nancy Bingman Okmulgoo. Oklahoma If you're looking for pop and crovo laughtor with a ring. May we suggest minor dyno-mito wo lovingly call Bing? Jocllcn Branham Tulsa, Oklahoma A ready smile, a choorful "hollo", Sproad Joollon’s charm high and low. 4 n Peggy Bryan Toxarkana, Arkansas An artist from way back ond no lyin'!! Here's cuto ond peppy Peggy Bryan. Edna Lea Burruss Hammond. Indiana Whcrevor thcre'rc pranks and jollity. You’ll find this Icador in frivolity.Jean Cody Sioux City. Iowa On hockoy field or baskotball court, Sho LEAPS to fame in any sport! Jeanne Cravens Sanborn, lowo Always a chuckle, a smilo, a beam; Tho clouds novor gather around our Joanne. Nancy Copeland Dovonport, Iowa Nancy is inseparable from our morning drink— Daily pouring coffoo down us or tho sink. Grace Corey Sioux City, Iowa A diamond gracos Grace's hand, The smile on her face soys. "O. ain't love grand!”Emily Daily Kansas City, Missouri Mexico holds charm for Em; She's going thcro soon 'couso she oin't boon! Sara Ford Dallmcyer Carthage, Missouri Koeping the TIMES much above-board Is tho bi-wcokly task of Sara Ford. Dorothy Daugherty Ronsselaor, Indiana Hoskoll and homo and friends sincore Aro things that Dottio will long revoro. Nancy Pat Davis Omaha, Nobraska Another lass who has promised hor lovo. Mention George, she coos liko a dove. 30Ann Ebert Son Antonio. Texos Another blondo from fho "you oil” land. But not like tho usual — sho hos Som! Margaret Green Dot Moinot, Iowa Bouncing brown oyet, auburn loekt on her boon. Noodlost to mention, tho nomo is Mog Green. Betty Jane Gray Evanston. Illinois And trying to Voop up with hor mony romances. Janet Fowler Detroit, Michigan An eternal smile, and always a "hi", A future in child core is lurking nigh. We'll always romombor thoso contortionist doneesBarbara Groves Ann Arbor. Michigan A lako in Michigan is Bobbio’s dream of Heaven; A love of nautical but nico summering, Nature has given. An undisputed model of perfection. Her futuro — librarian —or in that direction? June Harmon Carthago, Missouri Unlike Tommy, football isn't hor game, In our swimming pool, sho gained hor fame. Lucy Hapeman Mindon. Nebraska Gail Hamilton Homewood. Illinois Ncvor ono to follow tho hord. In coses of question, sho gets in a word.Helen Henry Soginow, Michigan Diminutive, tiny, we'd oven jay not lorgel From life Helen Honry derives quito a charge. Betty Hermes Sopulpa, Oklahoma Head of our drama club this y oar. She's dependable and full of good choor. — Susan Harnly Wichita, Kansas A bundle of pop and a morale booster plus. She gets tho old A's, does hor work minus fuss. Julie Harvey Kansas City. Missouri Hooding the closs with just wooony grades, Julie Poorl's picture of Oki-boji no'or fades.Mary Hoge Columbus, Nebraska Long dark hair, and bright dark eyes, An artist's future to rcalixo. Bobbie Houston Kansas City, Missouri Long black tresses and good looking clothes, Choractorixo Bobbie, as everyone knows. Jean Homan Kansas City. Missouri The ployful lass from old K.C. Will always remain in our memory. Anne Jaquith Evanston, Illinois A soothing voice, charm, and consideration. Wo term Jokio tops without deliberation.Jacqueline Jefferson Dos Moines, Iowa When needing on answer to ony deep thought, Just osk Jaquie—hor counsel helps o lot. Elizabeth Kennedy Webster Groves. Missouri A multitude of mon keeps our minds oil aswim. Tho question of the yoar is— which one will win! Jean Kellogg Evanston. Illinois Baby bob, Chen Yu nails; Noture mode Kellie ensnare males. Ann Jennings Council Bluffs. Iowa Overcoming difficulties makes Annie o hit— Towit: o sprainod ankle didn't stop her a bit!Norma Kennedy Konsos City. Missouri If wo get to Hoovon. it’s o doggoncd sure thing. Normio will be there to teach the ongols to sing! Martha Lake Knight Oklohoma City. Oklahoma "Marmic'' is our ovon-tom-pered lass And lends stability to our class. Sara Lee Kramer Porkor, Indiana When it comes to good looks. Sallee leads forsooth; But do you remember that jaw when it hod that tooth? Helen Jane Laughlin Oklohomo City. Oklahoma Among momorablo momonts at Monti, this one stands high. When H. J. brought the Madonna to life and didn't blink on eye. Betty McCully Chicago, Illinois Never too busy to chat for a spell, Hor witty remorks remind os, she's swell. May Jo Lundgaard Ada, Oklahoma May Jo's o girl after oor hoort; Cuto, busy, happy—and smart! Rosemary McKelvic Council Bluffs, Iowa Jean Lyons Chicago, Illinois A hockey stick she really con wield; Is at home in a classroom or on a sports field. "Mac'' and the Navy come together in our eyes, V e'd mention some names, but it might be unwise!Ruth McKissick Oklohomo City. Oklahoma At least one lieutonont is near her por week. About tho highest in her ranking. she simply won't spook. Jeennette Magnussen Omaha. Nebraska "Jenny" will bo remembered for her tranquil smooth voice. For escape from nervous tension, she is first choice. Nancy Marcus St. Paul, Minnesota The smallest spinner of tho tallest talos; When recollocting some, tho strongest of us pales. Edythe Mart Kansas City. Missouri Vivacious, charming, and full of wit. Wherevor she goes, she'll make a big hit.Ann Joy Mason Liberty, Missouri A brunette head donned with pink or blue toother Makes Ann bring Joy rogard-loss of woothor. Ann Newcomer Kansas City, Missouri Brilliant quips and sparkling wir, Vim and vigor make Ncwc a hit. Kathleen O'Brien Birmingham, Michigan To describo Irish Katie is beyond human roason, A word spoken 'gin her is accepted high treason. Marjorie Murray Highland Park, Illinois Rccipo for fun in a fast game of bridge Is one scrumptous sprinkling of Monti's one Midge!Jennie June Overleese Tyler. Toxos Dark eyes end a southern drawl, A cheery "hi" fo: one and oil. Porky Joan Park Oklahomo City, Oklahoma Her hair moy be red but her temper's sweet. To be friends with really a treat. Polly Peck Nowton, Iowa A peck of fun is our Polly Though a little on tho sido of being scrcwbally! Martha Peet Ann Arbor, Michigan From Ann Arbor. Michigan hoils Sister Poet, But here's her one wooknoss— tho gal loves to eotlElaine Porter Chicago, Illinois Give her scissors and ncodlo and let hor go; Elaino's tho girl who con really sow Martha Peppes St. Louis. Missouri Sally Preihs culfuro Bringing Greek Monti's door, Pano, Illinois Another sparkler sporter, Sandy proudly admits Age-old wisdom and ancient lore. If Bill missos writing mo, t hove olovonty-fivo fits." Sophie Peppes St. Louis, Missouri A streak of lightning on basketball court, Sophie won fame among her cohorts.Elizabeth Rozell St. Joseph, Missouri This boautcous blonde joined our class last loll. But never seemed like a stranger to us at all. Patricia Savage Tulsa, Oklahoma Sparkling eyes and piquant humor. One of Oklahoma’s fovorito boomers. Josephine Radcliffe Sidney, Nebraska Now here is tho editor of this work. Who performs ooch job capably ond nevor goes borsork.Nancy Schmidt Dovcnport, Iowa Lively and sparkling, friendly and gay Is '44's president of M.A.A. Ann Shaw Dcs Moines, Iowa Student leoder with poise and cheer; Friends like Ann moke Monti more dear. Sara Ann Sloan Tulso. Oklahoma Organist, pianist, all around girl. Sparkling eyes and hair with a curl. Barbara Jayne Smith Sterling, Colorado Keeping up with the Joneses may be very hard to do, But keeping up with just one Smith is a bigger task for you!Margaret Supplee Boinbridgc, New York "Supc" It Monti's good humor woman; You rarely too her weepy or oven fumin'. Virginia Thomas Keokuk, Iowa A Coastguard holds priority on Gini's affections. And her engagement ring hasn't missed our romantic inspections! Mary Stenner Ccdor Ropids, Iowa Art work is artist's delight. So Mary makos posters day and night. Jane Dunve Thornton Winnotka. Illinois Toll and willowy, dark eyes and hair; Jane's a girl without o core.JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS To guide and advise the proceedings of their class, the Juniors announced at the annual Washington Birthday Banquet, Mary Elizabeth Hall the new class president, Carol Sievers, vice-president, Martha Sleeper, secretary and Eleanor Feltman, treasurer. There are the officers who next year will carry on the traditional class spirit and who will lead their class to a successful culmination of college life. Members of the Junior Committee who guided their class until officers wore elected in February.ANDERSON. JANE Rivcrt Forest, Illinois APPLE. BETTY JEAN Oklohomo City Oklahoma ARCHDALE. JUNE Chicago, Illinois BAKER. BETTY Chickosho. Oklahoma BALIMAN. JANIS Omaha. Nebraska BASCHEN. MARTHA Momence, Illinois BEDFORD, JOCELYN Chicago, Illinois BENNETT. ANNE Chicogo, Illinois ALEXANDER. PAULINE Mulberry. Arkansas ALEXANDER. HILDA Alton. Illinois ALFORD. MARY Sioux City. Iowa AITKEN, MARTHA Lincoln, Nebraska 47BERNT. BETTE Nowtonvillc. Moss. BERRYHILL. SALLY ANN Sapulpa. Oklahoma BLACK. MELBA Rolla, Missouri BOARDMAN. JEAN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 8REITENSTEIN, ELEANORE Denver, Colorado BRELSFORD, BETTY Lincoln. Illim nois BROWN. SARAMA Quincy, Illinois BRYAN. JOAN Kansas City. Missouri BUERGER. GEORGIA Denver. Colorado BROMWICH. JUNE Normandy. Missouri BROOKS. ELOISE Goshen, Indiana BROMAGE. JANET Hinsdale. IllinoisBURG. JEAN Oklahoma City. Oklahoma BURRUSS. BARBARA Hammond. Indiona BURTON. LUCILLE Kansas City. Missouri CAHN. BEATRICE Gloncoo, Illinois CARRIER. HARRIET Decatur. Illinois CATTLE. SALLY Seward. Nobraska CLIFTON. CAROLYN Richmond Heights. Missouri CLINE. PATRICIA Ann Arbor. Michigan COLBY. EDITH Dcs Moines. Iowa COLVERT. JULIA Ardmore, Oklahoma COPELAND. JACQUELIN Council Bluffs. Iowa CRAIG. BETH Fort Smith. Arkansas 49 DUNSWORTH. MARGARET Mocomb. Illinois EDGERTON. LUCY ANNE Indionopolis, Indiono ELMORE, JANE Woshington, Indiono EMANUEL. MARY Ado, Oklahoma EICHER. IRENE Nebraska City. Nebraska EMERSON. TERRY Son Antonio. Texas CRITTENDEN. ANN Pontiac. Michigon CROUCH. BARBARA Kansas City. Missouri DAVID. MARTHA Glencoe, Illinois DRYDEN. JEAN Belton, Missouri DOLAN. JESSIE Bloomington, Illinois DRAPER. MARTHA ROSE Oklohoma City, OklohomaFRANCIS, BERYL Son Anton'o, Toxos FURMAN. BETTY Newtonville. Moss. GABEL. VIRGINIA Kansos City. Missouri GAYLE. JOYCE Rockford, Illinois GEORGEOFF. EILEEN Alton. Illinois GLEIBER, BEnY LOU Alton. Illinois EVANS. JOAN Kansas City. Missouri FELL. FRANCES Ardmore, Oklahoma FLORY. BARBARA Pawnoo City. Nobroska FOREMAN. JOAN Glencoo, llli FELTMAN. ELEANOR Kenilworth, Illinois FOSTER. PHOEBE Dallas. Texas 51 HALL. MARY ELIZABETH Ames. lowo HALLQUIST. JOAN University City. Missouri HALLQUIST. MARIE Chicago. Illinois HANEY. PATRICIA Ado. Oklahoma HANSEL. PATRICIA Amos, lowo HISE. JOAN Mission. Konsos GRAFFIS. MARION Winnctka, Illinois GREER. NANCY Indianapolis, Indiana HAKE. ELIZABETH Kansas City. Missouri GOFF. ANN Manhosset, New York GONSER RUTH Denver, ColoradoJACKSON. JUDITH Webster Groves, Missouri JACOBS. PRISCILLA Jcrsoyvillo. Illinois JETT. CHARLOTTE Salem, Illinois KEARFOTT. ELEANOR Whoaton, Illinois KING. MOLLY Wheaton. Illinois KRASNE. THAMA LEE Council Bluffs, lowo HODGE. JUNE Norman, Oklahoma HOOVER. MARY HELEN Tulso, Oklahoma HUGHES. PATRICIA Bellovillo, Kansas HULINGS, NANCY Tulsa. Oklahoma HORTON. EVELYN Indianapolis. Indiana IRWIN. JANET Donver. Colorado LITTLEFIELD, FAYE Fort Smith, Arkansas LOEB, MARILYN Chicago, Illinois LOURIE, ANNE Moline, Illinois McWilliams. Patricia Tuiso, Oklahoma McWilliams. ROSEMARY Holdonvillo, Oklahoma MACK. NETTIE JEAN Worrenville, Illinois MASON. DOROTHY Durant, Oklahoma MATHISON. JANET Novada, Iowa MERRITT. JACQUELYN Lincoln, Nebraska MEYERTON. MARION St. Paul, Minnesota MILLER. AVA Omaha, Ncbroska MOORE. VIRGINIA Webster Groves, MissouriMORRIS. MARION Ridgewood. New Jersey MORSE. PATRICIA Grosso Pointc, Michigan MUELLER. ELAINE Omaha, Nebraska NORTON. LUCILLE Alton. Illinois NUNN. JANE ANN Kansas.City. Missouri OLMSTED. ELEANOR Danville, Illinois O’SHEA. GLORIA Babylon, L. I., N. Y. PANTEL. MARCIA Muslogco. Oklahoma PAXTON. NANCEE Bloomington. Illinois PEETE. ALICE VIRGINIA Kansas City, Kansos POTTS. ILEY Crenshaw. Mississippi PETERSON. SHIRLEY Nebraska City. Nebraska RUSSELL. SEERIE Denver, Colorado SAMPTER. NANETTE Fremont, Nebraska SIEGLE, PATRICIA Pittsfield, III! nois SIEVERS, CAROL Oklahoma City, Oklahoma SLEEPER. MARTHA Waco, Toxos SLOCUM, DONA LU Columbus, Nebraska PRIGMORE, PHYLLIS Oklahoma City. Oklahoma RAINS. DON JO Muskogee, Oklahoma RIDGWAY. ARLINE Bonno Terre, Missouri ROBINSON. MARY LOUISE Oklahoma City. Oklahoma ROLAND. ROBERTA LaGrange, Illinois RUSSELL. CAROL Cambridge, Mass.SMITH. ANNIS Bcordstown, Illinois SMITH. MARGARET Pontioc. Michigon STANTON. JOANN Chicago. Illinois STEDMAN. INA Whito Plains, N. Y. STRAUCH. MARY ANN Wilmette, Illinois SUTTON, JEAN Evanston, Illinois SWEET. VIRGINIA Denver. Colorado THOMPSON. CONSTANCE St. Louis, Missouri THUSTAN. HELEN LOUISE Joncsvillo, Wisconsin TIHEN. JUDITH Wichita. Kansas TINSLEY. PRUE Harlan, Iowa UTZ. EDITH Milwaukee Wisconsin • vf« VAN PAnEN. PHYLLIS Morch Field, California VARNER. BARBARA Wichita. Kansas WALLACE. MARJORIE Council Bluffs, Iowa WATLING. JUNE Wobstor Groves, Missouri WEHRMEYER. GAIL Oklahoma City, Oklahoma WELLS. PRISCILLA Flossmoor, Illinois WEST. ANN Wheaton, Illinois YOUNG. JOANN Des Moinos, Iowa A Phyllis Oxley, Nancy Wilcox. Louise Do Vorc These are the girls we added to our ranks second semester. They have learned quickly and had no trouble fitting into the atmosphere and tradition that is Monti. Muggsie Dalton and Elizabeth Smith are not shown in these pictures. Barbara Ewing, Janet Sparks Anno Robinson, Marjorio Singor.SENIOR PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS Elizabeth Jackson........................ President Mary Lou Varner.......................Vice-President Margaret Parkinson.........................Secretary Mary Latta.................................Treasurer JUNIOR PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS Barbara Rupp..............................President Betty Myers..........................Vice-President Nelle McCuistion..........................Secretary Mary Ann Brown............................TreasurerJoan Braman Western Springs, Illinois Judy hails from Chicago way Industrious and friendly, she knits every day. Marilyn Coin Pueblo, Colorado A willing hond for any dress you'd mako Beeiio would give aid for a fellow seamstress' soke. Elaine Carp Richmond Hoights, Missouri Usually laughing she Is seen Elaine is friendly, her sense of humor koen. Catherine Charlos Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Chorlie's many activities keep her in a whirl A dancer, on actress—an oil 'round good girl. Jane Adorns Sulphur. Oklahoma Well rcod. well versed with a great big smile This is our Jonc every bit of the while. Adrienno Ahlgren Whiting. Indiana A busy bee with activities galore Friendly Oandy hails from tho Wabash's shore. Mary Louise Ainsworth Derby. Kansas Quiet and small with smile so sweet Mary hos dotos with Western's Pete. Josophine Baker Los Angeles, California Los Angeles boosts Miss Phcno 8. Whoso main interest is Charles os you con soe. Barbara Beyo Iowa City, Iowa Fun loving and ioviol is this Gilman wit Barb's keen sonso of hu mor makes her a hit. Stophanio Bilhorx Baxter Springs. Kansas Dependable Stevie with the friendly smile Is a girl we'll remember o long, long while. 61Virginia Ann Coleman Lincoln, Nebraska Owlet, good humored it Virginio Ann. The one who gott her it o lucky men. Margaret Co Ferguton, Missouri Popular, woll drested — a friend to all, Maggie hat inlerctlt in Western't Paul. Jane Ann Crocker Wilmotto, Illinois Crottword pvxiles ore her pattion. And we tec by her clothei the follows fothion. Mary Louite Dowton Oklahoma City, Oklohomo An oil 'round girl it Mary Lou. And we know thoi Hodic thinks to. too. Nancy Deck Tulta, Oklahoma Novor still for o tingle minute. Responsible Dexter it ol-woyt in it. Norma Orogoo St. Louis, Missouri For eight short months Dave's been tho one. He finds Gooey popular and lots of fun. Barbara Foley Winnetko, Illinois For the tchool ond Gilman Bobby's done her best. We with her the some luck next year in the wett. Maxicno Ford Omaha. Nobrasko Small, blonde Max will never lack friends. Her interctf lies in engineering trends. Julio Free Barrington, Iowa Our basketball captoin, the't tops wilh oil. Looks forward co«h month to Bill's telephone coll. Alice Mac Hancock Flora. Illinois Alox it good looking to soy the leost, And college next yeor will toke her eott. 62Lois Henderson Lincoln. Nobrosko Lois it sweet. guiet ond from the wost. And studies herd for overy test. Alice Hochuli Silver Springs, Morylond Al it thin, blonde ond fun. Her populorily keeps her on the run. Nadine Hudson Ardmoro, Oklahoma Nadine, we know, will al woyt remoin One of the girls who brought Caldwell fame. Barbara Hunter Omaha. Nebraska Popular Borbie with the dark brown hair. We know the ond Bob will make a wonderful pair. Elizabeth Jackson Hinsdale. Illinois Clast president. Marlin Club ond many more, Sukie will do well on the Pacific shore. Myra Ann King Hobbt, Now Mexico A modern dancer and a good one. too, Mikey it buty with all the con do. Jean Kuohne Mottoon, Illinois To be a concert pianist it her aim, And we with Jean luck in reaching fame. Mary Lotto Tekamah, Nebraska An outstanding prep, clots officer, too. There ore very few things that Mary eon't do. Shirley Lowcnthol Evantvillo, Indiana Shirt's cute and populor, , nothing lock. She has plenty, including Jack. Norma Sue McCulloch Okmulgoo. Oklahoma Friendly and little, Susie really rotes. And she's never hord up for Western dotes. 63 Marjorie McElroy Ponca City. Oklahoma Morgio it sweet ond quite a queen At the Western donees she's always scon. Jean Mooys Columbia. Illinois A populor sportswoman and lots of fun. We alwoys find Maoylio on the run. Molly Moson Houston. Texas Molly is sweet and friendly to oil. But her moin interost lies in the Kemper ball. Laura Bello Moons Pueblo. Colorado Torchy's o girl with musical ability. A dancer, loo, ond one of ogility. Joanno Miller Gunnison, Colorado A popular bridqo ployer who's in demand. Joanno will be found with o bidding hond. Marilyn Mullaly Oklahoma City, Oklahoma In dramatics she's o won-dor, her actions aro Veen, She hot personality plus ond her humor's a scream. Elaine Murdock Chicago. Illinois A pat on the beck and a friendly "Hi”. Arc typicol of Elaine os she passes by. Mary Jano Nowgard Des Moines, Iowa Mostly on stogc crew sho ploys her part And "Newgie" will alwoyt bo foithful to Art. Mary O'Horra Carthago, Illinois Irish is her name—it fi 1 her, loo, Porsonolity plus and 0 friend thot's truo. Judith Pago Santa Monica, California California's written oil over her face, Judy hot both beauty and grace. 64Borbaro Rhoads Bay City. Michigan Beth's smart and shapely, not so fall. Bob thinks she's fun, but don’t we oil. Borbora Rohe Blue Island. Illinois The smallest prep of them oil Is little Barb, not five feet toll. Margaret Parkinson New York. New York Class secretory, in Tennis Club, too. Parky's always there when there's o job to do. Lillian Potroff Benton. Illinois Blonde Petoy has her trouble ond woe And it's oil because of o guy name Joe. Sally Pfcffer Lebanon, Illinois Besides good grades and a woy with books. Solly has friends ond plenty of looks. Sue Pierce Tulsa, Oklahoma A friend to all is Monti's Sue. Ask Western's Art — he thinks so, too. Mary Ann Schaof Davenport, lowo Maili's o friend indeed, you'll see. And we know her heart belongs to Lee. Gloria Schuwcrk Evansville. Illinois Gloria has a voice divine. We know that music will be her line. Virginia Shepherd Cedar Rapids. Iowa If you're looking for Ginny, here's the truth, She's talking to Buddy in the second phone booth. Mary Smith Urbana, Illinois Smilty In jodphurs is usually seen. The doss redhead and a horsewoman keen. 65Virginia Snider Sigourney, lo »o Cute ond little — friends she won't lock. Ginny is true to the one and only—Jock. Mory Both Steele Mendoto. Illinois Alwoys hoppy ond olwoys goy. Always laughter from Mory Beth's woy. Morgorot Tully Columbus. Ohio Mornnie's the girl w'th the super pep. A Morlin Club, member is this senior prep. Mory Lou Vornor Wichito, Kansas Mory ond Chorlie ore the twosome Who plan to spend their time ot Newcome. Martho Lou Yingling Wichito. Kansas High grades distinguish Mortho Lou, A Wichito girl who dotes Western, too. Mory Pot Yingling Wichita, Kansas Mory Pot's the other one of the Yingling set. for friendship and brains, she's o good bet. Barbaro Zcmcr Lincoln. Nobroska Borba showed talents in every woy. When she was manager of the one oet ploy. 66Potricia Alien Chiclasho. Oklahoma Ruby Bonnoll Harvey. Illinois Bobbie Branncky Poltonville. Illinois Virginia Lee Coleman Nancy Conley Wichita. Kamos Mendoto. Illinois Carolino Harrison Cape Girardeau. Missouri Lucyanne Eponotor Palisade. Colorodo Mary Ann Brown Konsos City. MissouriLucinda Matthews Kokomo, Indiana Eleanor McMullon Clinton, Ohio Betty Myors Joplin, Missouri Frances Means Pueblo. Colorado Cynthia Napier Blue Island, Illinois Ruth Deo Phillips Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Nolle McCuistion Joyce Klemme Alton. Illinois Belleville, IllinoisNancy Scott Mentor. Ohio Morion Sells Evelyn Smith Hoopeston, Illinois Ponoo City. Oklahoma Barbara Ann Rupp Pueblo. Colorado Potricio Zoller Wichita. KansasJunior preps taking a bit of relaxation at the Cabin. From left to right, Jackie Hirscher of Dallas, Texas, Jeannette Doolittle from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Helen Weichel whose home is in Clayton, Missouri. More junior preps. The one without the coke and who doesn't mind a bit is Mary Garst of Jefferson, Iowa. Her bench mate is Carol Cook from Decatur, Illinois. Opposite is Melba Jean Boedy and in the plaid blouse is Alice Eales both of whom can walk to the college from their homes in Godfrey. Patricia Dawson of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Pat missed the Echo photographer when he was on the campus. As a senior preparatory student she will graduato this Juno.STUDENT COUNCIL Elected by student vote, this hard-worlclng governing group rules with an intelligent hand the activities and affairs great or small of Monti girls. Culmination of their fine efforts was materialization of Ann Shaw's revised election system given its first trial when the student body selected and elected student association officers for 1944-1945. She Ann Shaw, president Elizabeth Jackson, vice-president Barbara Varner, recording secretary Barbara Beye, corresponding secretary Carol Sievers, treasurer Nancy Schmidt, M.A.A. president Jean Kellogg, social chairman Kathleen O'Brien, chairman of Caldwell Helen Jane Laughlin, chairman of Baldwin Betty Hermes, chairman of HaskcH Nancy Conkey, chairman of Gilman Sara Ford Dallmeyer, editor of TIMES Ann Ebert, Julio Harvey, Jeannette Magnussen, chairmen of War Effort Council Catherine Charles, preparatory representative Nancy Pat Davis, president of Senior Class Mary Elizabeth Hall, president of Junior Class Elizabeth Jackson, president of preparatory senior class Barbara Rupp, president of preparatory junior classShouldering their responsibilities well are these governing bodies in each dormitory who vote on adjustments to be made for girls violating rules, maintain order and quietness in the halls, and are in charge of all house activities. BALDWIN Helen Jane Laughlin, chairman Borbaro Burruss Edna Lea Burrus Sara Ford Dallmcycr Phoebe Foster Gail Hamilton June Hodge Ann Jennings Norma Konnody Martha Lake Knight Joan Park Borbaro Varnor GILMAN Nancy Conkey, chairman Laura Belle Mean CALDWELL Kotic O'Brion, chairman Janet Bromage Jeanne Craven Nancy Pot Davi Ann Ebert Mary Emanuel Julie Harvey Anne Jaquith Eleanor Koarfoot Joan Kellogg Nottio Joan Mack Jeannette Magnutien Nancy Schmidt Ann Shaw Margaret Smith HASKELL Betty Herme . chairman Betty Jane Gray Edi Mart Ann Newcomer Shirley Robinson Botty Jane Smith 73If if weren't for Edi Mart and her brigade of seasoned Sponsors, the newcomers might still be wandering around trying to find the Baldwin exit, wondering if Haskell was on campus, or running up and down the senior stairs at will. Plunging into their activities with teas, splash parties, faculty deserts, and spreads, sponsors made the new students feel more like Monticello girls. These voices of experience have pointed out stumbling blocks all year and their gay yellow buttons emblazoned with "Ask Me, I Live Here" have been the symbols of an oasis of help. Edi Mart, Chairman SPONSORS Adrienne Ahlgrcn Sally Bcrryhill Barbara Burruss Catherine Charles Joan Cody Margaret Cox Jeonne Cravens Emily Doily Sara Ford Dallmeyer Nancy Pot Davis Nancy Dock Ann Ebort Mary Emanuel Barbara Foloy Maxione Ford Margaret Green Lucy Ann Hopemon June Harmon Julie Harvey Holon Henry Botty Hermes Mary Hoge Elixaboth Jackson Edi Mart Anne Jaquith Laura Belle Means Ann Jennings Marjorio Murray Joan Kollogg Ann Newcomer Martha Lake Knight Kathleen O'Brien Jeon Kuohne Joan Park Helen Jono Laughlin Sally Preihs Rosemary McKelvie Josephine Raddiffc Ruth McKissick Nancy Schmidt Jeon Maeys Jeannette Magnusson Ann Shaw Rebocca Valletta 74Morfha Peot, President MONTICELLO CHOIR Martha Ailken Paulino Alexander June Archdale Martha Ann Boschcn Bette Bernt Janot Bromagc Joon Bryon Georgia Buergor Lucille Burton Solly Cottle Patricia Cline Jacquelin Copeland Nancy Copeland Beth Craig Barbara Crouch Nancy Pot Davit Lucy Anne Edgorton Jane Elmore Terry Emorson Phoobe Foster Betty Furman Joyce Gale Noncy Greer Mary Eliioboth Hall Alice Mae Hancock Lucy Ann Hapcman Carolino Harrison Helen Henry Joan Hite Norma Konnody Rosemary McKelvio Jeannette Magnussen Ava Miller Elaine Muollor Ann Newcomer Marcia Pantel Joon Park Martha Peet Shirloy Potorson Hey Potts Josephine Rodcliffo Arlino Ridgeway Seerie Russell Nanette Sompter Marion Sells Sara Ann Sloan Dona Lu Slocum Virginia Sweet Prue Tinsley Phyllis Von Patten June Wotling Gail Wohrmoyor Priscilla Wells Choir is one of the great attractions for Vesper-goers. Its members have given many fine performances this year including music for the Christmas candlelight service, the Alton Messiah, a St. Louis recital, annual spring concert, and they held a formal banquet honoring new officers. Sis Peet, president; Lucy Ann Hapeman, vice-president; Jo Radcliffe, secretary; Joan Park, treasurer; Helen Henry and Martha Aitkin, co-librarians; and Ann Newcomer, mistress of the robes, officiated. 75 WAR EFFORT COUNCIL Chairmen: Marie Hallquist, knitting; Rebecca Vallette, bandage rolling; Ann Ebert, war stamps; Julie Harvey, conservation; Marjorie Murray, flag raising; Jane Goehring, Bingo Bags for servicemen; Sue Pierce and Bea Cahn, posters. The Council sponsored the third and fourth war loan drives, first aid and home nursing classes, and inspired the rest of us in going all out for the war effort.Jeannette Magnussen, President OFFICERS Jeannette Magnusten, President Joan Park, Vice-President Lucy Ann Hapoman, Secretary Gail Wchrmeyer, Treasurer INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The purpose of the International Relations Club is to keep campus members well-informed on current issues. The main activities this year have been the sponsoring of the sale of subscriptions to a St. Louis daily, discussions at supper meetings and buying books on international relations to be placed in the library. In the fall Mr. William Sollmann came to the campus as guest lecturer. Mary Alfrod Betty Baker Janii Baliman Jeon Boardman Joellon Branham Eloise Brooks Eleonoro Breitenstein Lucille Burton Caroline Clifton Julia Colvert Grace Corey Muggsie Dalton Lucy Epcneter Phoebe Foster Beryl Francis Gail Hamilton Mary Elizabeth Holl Patricia Hansel Lucy Ann Hopoman Helen Honry Juno Hodge Mary Helen Hoover Janot Irwin Ann Jennings Norma Kennody Thamo Lee Krosne Anne Lourie Jeannette Magnussen Nancy Marcus Rosemary McKclvie Ruth McKissick Eleanor McMullen Marion Moyerton Marion Morris Lucille Norton Nora Olmsted Jennie Ovcrlecse Joan Park Solly Prcihs Shirley Robinson Josephine Radcliffo Beth Rozell Nanette Sampter Carol Sievers Jo Ann Stanton Ina Stedman Jane Thornton Robecca Vallette Phyllis Von Potten Barbara Varner June Waiting Goil WohrmeyerMonticello Players is the ultimate goal of those working in the drama department. They this year produced two major productions and elected new members honoring them with a banquet. The experimental workshop was created this year to give drama students an opportunity to apply those things they had learned in class on the stage and to provide entertainment for the campus community. During the year the members of the workshop presented three one-act plays. They also formed their own laboratory workshop and worked with Godfrey school children, directing and helping to produce several plays with them. Old Mombcrs: Barbara Beyo Nancy Bingmon Eddie Burruss Joanne Cravens Betty Jane Gray Julio Harvoy Botty Hermes Lucy Ann Hapcman Libby Kennedy Norma Joan Konnody Rosomary McKolvie Ann Nowcomor Lucille Norton Rebecca Valletta Now Members: Bea Cohn Pat Cline Joclic Copolond Joyco Galo Juno Hodge Priscilla Jacobs Gail Wohrmeyer 78"Roady, Willing, and Ablo" wot protcnted boforo tho ttudont body, then packed up and taken on tho road at o morale boostor to Lambert ond Scott Fioldt. Co-featuroi of the spring major production woro "The Mon Who Mar-riod a Dumb Wife" and "Ridcrt to tho Sea." THE TIMES Editor ...........................Sara Ford Dallmeyer News editor...................................... Becky Vallette Feature editor.....................Jeannette Magnusscn Editorial page editor.............Jacqueline Jefferson Sports editor..............................Julie Harvey Make-up editor.................................Margaret Green Copy editor .............'................... Edi Mart Junior staff representative.......Janis Bowers Baliman Assistant editors.....Nanette Samptcr, Phoebe Foster, Beryl Francis, Elizabeth Hake, Eloise Brooks, Joan Hise BUSINESS STAFF: Holon Henry, monager Sally Cottle, assistant Nancy Bean Eleonore Breitenstein Jeon Cody Ann Crittenden Jonet Irwin Jeon Kellogg Jane Ann Nunn Kathleen O'Brien Martha Peppes Martha Sleeper Borbara Joyne Smith Sara Ford Dallmeyer. editor Boasting a large circulation among studonts, parents, alumnae, and friends, the TIMES is published twice a month incorporating in its pagos the important news, expressions, comments, and features compiled to inform and amuse its readers. REPORTERS: Nancy Deck Lucille Norton Mary Alford Margaret Dunsworth Kathleen O'Brion June Archdale Lucyanne Epeneter Eleanor Olmsted Anne Bonnetl Eleanor Feltman Polly Peck Bette Bernt Janet Fowler Jo Rodcliffe Joan Bryan Virginia Gable Seorie Russoll Jean Boordman Gail Hamilton Nancy Schmidt Janet Bromago Susan Hornly Ann Shaw Barbara Burruss Holon Henry Martha Sleeper Edna Lea Burruss Janet Irwin Margaret Supplee Lucille 8urton Jean Kuehne Phyllis Van Patten Jeanne Crovens Nancy Marcus Marjorie Wallaco Barbara Crouch Ann Joy Mason Gail Wehrmeyer Emily Daily Morion Morris Priscilla WellsTHE ECHO Editor...................... Assistant Editor............ Copy Editor................. Art Editor.................. Business Manager............ Assistant Business Manager Photographer................ Photographer's Assistant. .. Sponsor..................... .. Josephine Radcliffe ........Terry Emerson ........... Sue Harnly ..... Nancy Schmidt .... Rebecca Vallctte ..........Anne Jaquith . .. . Miss Helen Patton .........Janis Baliman Miss Elizabeth Supplee ART STAFF: Marion Graffis Peggy Bryan Ruth McKissick EDITORIAL STAFF: Betty Furman Bette Bernt Marilyn Loeb Janet Irwin Pat Hansel Nora Olmsted Jessie Dolan Edi Mart Jacqueline Jefferson Tony Free Mary Latta 81SCIENCE CLUB Paulino Aloxondor Bofte Bornt Nancy Copoland Dorothy Daugherty Elizaboth Halto Molly King Martha loko Knight Eloonor McMullen Nottio Jo on Mack Carol RumoII Carol Siovors Conttonee Thompion At each bi-monthly meeting of Science Club a different science is represented by panels, demonstrations, and speakers. After the annual Christmas dinner, the members strung berries and pop corn and hung them on trees outside Fobes for hungry birds—another Monti tradition. The club went on spring field trips and picnics. Science Club was in charge of annual science open house this spring when each student in the department contributed an exhibit showing a particular phase of work done this year in her class. Holcn Jane Laughlin President OFFICERS Helen Jane Laughlin, president Ruth McKissick, vice-president Jane Ann Nunn, secretary Phyllis Van Patten, treasurer Miss Lucretia Cressey, sponsorM. A. A. BOARD .. 1 •I ' ' v ; 84 NANCY SCHMIDT Barbara Burruss, vice president Jean Cody, hockey manager Ann Jennings, basketball manager Jean Maeys, softball manager Edna Lea Burruss, riding managor June Harmon, swimming manager Joan Park, tennis manager Every student at Monticello is a member of the Monticello Athletic Association. It 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. At the close of each season M.A.A. gives a banquet reviewing the sports of that season, and tri-college sports days between Monti, Lindenwood, and MacMurray were also sponsored by M.A.A. Nancy Schmidt, president Nancy Copeland, secretary Gail Hamilton, treasurer Mary Hoge, modern dance manager Jane Anderson, archery manager Adrienne Ahlgren, bicycle manager Josephine RadclifFe, golf and badminton manager Julie Harvey, publicityJean Cody Hockey Manager Tho College Hockey Toom. First row. left to right: Nancy Schmidt. Jean Lyons. Gail Hamilton, Joan Cody, Jeannotte Magnussen. Second row: Libby Hake. Barbara Young, Nancy Greer. Janot Bromage. Ann Shaw. Back row; Joyco Gayle. Joollen Branham, Joon Park. Sora Sloan, Nancy Copoland, and Ann Jennings. HOCKEY On tho hockey field during an offer noon practico are loft to right: Ann Jonnings, Nancy Copeland. Nancy Schmidt. Libby Hako, Ann Shaw, and Gail Hamilton. This year there were several intramural hockey games and some inter-collegiate competition. Included in tho former were exciting conflicts between the Gold team headed by Janet Bromage and tho Black team supervised by Libby Hake. In the fall the seniors won tho annual Thanksgiving game against the juniors. Two trips were made by the college team, when games were held with Prin-cipia and MacMurray. At the Fall Sports Banquet Nancy Greer was announced as hockey manager for 1944-45. Loft to right: Joyco Goylo. Libby Hoko, Jonny Magnussen, Nancy Schmidt. Ann Jonnings, and Ann Show. 85Ann Jennings Basketball Manano- The Colingo Baiketball Toom. Left to right: Edi Mart, Sophio Poppet, Margaret Green, Nancy Coooland. Joan Park. Ann Jennings, Mory Biz Hall, Gail Hamilton, Eddie Burrwss, cootoin Libby Hake, Jono Ann Nunn. Joon Cody, Martha Poppet, Ann Show. Nancy Schmidt, and Martha Ann Batchen. Basketball was a popular winter sport, and provided recreation for Monticello girls. Tho varsity team, captained by Eddie Burruss, was chosen from the girls who came out during voluntary sports hour . . . the choice was based upon interest, ability, and sportsmanship. Three intramural teams, senior, junior, and prep (nicknamed the Basket Belles) provided fun and competition in the afternoons. vail nomiuon it hook shot”. Eddie Burrutt and Nancy Schmidt . . . teammate and opponent. BASKETBALL In February, Principia "came, saw, and conquered". At the student-faculty gome, March 17. the latter showed their prowess in matters physical as well as mental. We entertained Lindenwood and MacMurray on tri-sports day, March 18. Monti placed second. Ann Jennings was basketball manager. 86 The Collego Team at practice I Joan Macyt, catcher, foil to put Joan Cody out at homo ploto. Martha Poet and Noncy Schmidt, onlookori. Softball, under the management of Jean Maeys, had quite a following during class periods and voluntary sports hours in the afternoon. There have been intramural games throughout the spring season. Jeon Mooyj monagor of joftball SOFTBALL Martha Poet ready to hit a 'hotnor'. 87Edno Leo Burruss. riding manager Approximately seventy-five girls took riding this year. The riding team, which represents Monti in any competition between schools, was chosen from this group. The team came in second at MacMur-ray on tri-sports day. A two-year course in riding theory is open to all riders. Members get a certificate on completion of the course. Tho Riding Team. Loft to right, bottom row: Jono Crockor. Jessie Dolan, Mary Ann Carp, Martha Baschcn. Top row: Barbora Burruss. Nolle Me-Cuistion, Mary Smith. Edno Burruss, and Juno Bromwich. At tho Thanksgiving riding oxhibition, Mary Ann Carp and Suo Freer rido doubles.Sm Burruti ond Mory re Hobby Horio memborj, loft to right: Nollo Me- Cuistion, Juno Bromwich. Barbara Burruii, Laura Bello Moonj. Mory Smith. Edna Burrusj. projidont. Mory Ann Carp and Adrionne Ahlgren. Mary Ann Carp and Juno Bromwich Hobby Horse members were chosen on a competitive basis after tryouts in the spring and fall. This organization sponsored the Spring Horse Show at which time new officers were announced, and three cups were presented to outstanding riders. Edna Burruss was president of this year's Hobby Horse.MARLIN CLUB Juno Hormon, swimming monogcr The Morlin Club. First row, left to right: Ino Stcdmon. Nancy Schmidt. June Harmon. Jane Anderson. Marjorie Murray. Morgoret Green. Myro King. Adrienne Ahlgrcn. Second row; Jean Mooys. June Eve Wotling, Eliiobeth Kennedy. Jacquelyn Merritt. Sara Doll meyer, Solly Pfeffor, Morgoret Tully. Third row: Sukio Jackson. Virginia Thomas. Nancce Poxton, Jane Ann Nunn, Barbara Varner, Martha Aitken. Ann Shaw, Mory Varner. Top row: Edna Burruss, Joan Park. Goil Hamilton. Sue Freor. Ann Jennings. Mory Lotto, and Nollo McCuistion. OFFICERS June Harmon .......................... President Jean Maeys....... Jane Anderson ................... Vice President Adrienne Ahlgren Midge Murray ...........Secretary and Treasurer Margaret Green Meet Chairman Pageant Chairman Publicity Chairman Left to right: Gail Homilton and Ann Shaw do a Plonche, Eddie Burruss ond Nan Schmidt do a Bock Angel, and Juno Harmon ond Noncee Poxton do o Plonche, as they practice for the spring pageant. Seven jolly Tars do their stuff for the pageant audionco. 90Three tondom teams race down the pool June Hormon and Edna Lea Burruss supporting Noncee Paxton and Non Schmidt in Tropic Topic stunt-diving. SWIMMING Swimming this year was a regular class as well as a voluntary sport. The student life-guards were very generous with their time, and the pool was available at almost any hour. This practice time proved beneficial because Monti placed second in the tri-college meet. At the beginning of the year tryouts were held for Marlin Club. The accepted members joined the old ones in presenting an outstanding pageant, "Tropic Topic”, which portrayed the amusing story of a group of jolly tars marooned on an island with a galaxy of native belles. Schmoot and Eddio do a li horso-ploy in the pageant. Allied flogs mode colorful cosfumcs for tho girls in the floating formations. 91The Tenni Club. First row, left to right: Joon Maeyi, Barbara Varner, Ann Shaw, Margarot Smith. Socond row: Elizabeth Hoko. Sally Proihi, Joon Pork. pro idont, Eloanoro Broitenstein. Third row: Sukio Jackson, Joan Sutton, Mary Emanuel, Marcia Pontel, Barbara Beye. ond Joscphino Radcliffc. Margarot Parkinson and Noncy Pot Davis woro not prosont whon picturo was takon. Joon Park, tennis manager TENNIS Tennis proved popular both as a fall and spring sport this year. Tho courts were surfaced before school opened, giving delighted enthusiasts more opportunity for playing. There has been voluntary tennis all year, and the courts are open to anyone at any time classes are not in session. On Thanksgiving there were matches between students and between students and faculty. Tennis tryouts in the fall and spring enlarged the Tennis Club to sixteen members. The tennis team was chosen April 18 after tryouts. The members arc: Joan Park, manager Nancy Pat Davis Peggy Parkinson Jean Sutton Ann Shaw Nancy Wilcox 92Tho Donee Club. Reading clockwise from top cenfor: Mary Hogo. Noncy Dock. Myra King, Marjorie McElroy, Gloria O'Shoo. Jacqueline Jefferson, Cothorino Charles, Evelyn Smith, ond Adrienne Ahlgren. MODERN DANCE Mary Hogo and Helon Jone Loughlin practico for"The Jugglor of Notro Damo Mary Hogo, manager of Modern Danco The Modern Dance Club worked hard this year to provide a number of welcome entertainments. In the fall they held a studio recital followed by a bam dance, and at Christmas the candlelight service was held after the doll dinner. In the spring Catherine Charles was the acting manager who collaborated with Miss Robarge on the annual spring dance drama. The club presented the unusual in "Everybody Join Hands" by dancing to choral speech and choir singing instead of ordinary piano accompaniment. The final portion of the drama was a surrealistic interpretation of Stravin-ski's "Firebird Suite" and a group of duets and solos.Jon© Anderson. archery manager Beth Rhodes and Jono Anderson, aiming for the bullscyo. In the equipment room oro Helen Jane Laughlin and Margaret Cox, about to go out for o few ends of archery. Enthusiastic archers, left to right, are: Helen Laughlin, Margarot Cox, Jean Kellogg. Ann Newcomer, Edi Mart and Lucille Norton. Archcry was another of the classes with supplementary practice hours. These voluntary meetings took place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon with Miss Harriet Lishen and manager Jane Anderson in charge. Score cards were kept by the girls to compare their total points for each day and to keep track of each individual's progress. This spring a regular and a clout tournament were held under Janie's supervision. ARCHERYAdrienne Ahlgren, bicycle monogcr Boasting a large group of members and numerous bicycles, the club functioned all year, but especially was the sport popular in springtime when rides to Godfrey, the Inn, or through the woods were in order. Gail Hamilton, official fixer.uppor. with Joan ready to lond a hand.GOLF Golf classes this year were offended wifh enfhusiasm, and pracficc was rigorous. During the fall and spring the girls took trips to the Alton municipal golf course for their own entertainment. Josephine Radcliffc, golf and badminton manogor. Top. Four of Monti's promising golfers, Barbara Smith. Nancy Boon. Groce Corey, and Beth Rozcll. In the lower picture, Jo Bryan, Joan Lyons and Jo Radcliffo watch Biz Hall hit the boll. BADMINTON Badminton was a voluntary sport as well as a regular class, and quite a popular one. The courts in the gym were open at all time for any girls to use. Joon Foreman twirls to see who will bo servor, while Peggy Ansloy. Elixobeth Hoke ond Ruth McKissick look on. 96OOe ide tfic stxmewaii ties tfie. usaM to fyod re. wfiicfi, it canid, would sfiaw {too (prints afi generations ofl moccasins, fiujfi-fieetecL bandais, and ru Sei Soots. 98i- — Ufvebe are 6eniar itefoA ivfiicfi none atfier tfian beniarb mcuj tread and. tfirougfi tlic flront entrance ta tfie main Sodding, of! 9llonti.3)own tfte tony. ric watd toe passed eacft morning, ta fond in dhapxil a beginning jjar tfie neto day. On Sutidays ive loent ta oesparti. and returned loitfi inspiration fjor tfiis jaS iioing.3 fie academic oft 9Honti—pxcufttj affliceb and cfaAb-roonu tofiere we ineoitaSfu 6fient a good bfiare oft a 104% 9n tfie fountain court statute tfie (fountain covered snow in winter and surrounded fy uricffit tulijis Ui Sjpriny. 106JJfjfie. tower ofi $citdwe(£ and hijmttalizeb fjor ub tl’ie dormitory tifie. cdimftb admobt ctobenea i- and to. tfie b(iy security afl M'imkI 10»..X Mti :« •,QCere. iwe the fzrefaA in great old raamb which echa memories and get are Bright with future hofjeA.Mitt inspection . . . Cheese . . . Smile for the seniors . . . Fifi . . . Paper dolls and ponies . . . Gilman entertains . . . Comfortable, Jennie? . . . Porkers end pals . . .. Monti's glamorous faculty . . . Snow silhouette . . . Restoration squad . . . Rural rythum . . . Now scramble like an egg . . . Mr. Sollmann joins our Hallowe'en festivities . . .We could never forget the wonderful doll dinner and the lovely candle light service . . . The good food . . . Muggsie with her prize dolly . . . The festive atmosphere created by Christmas decorations . . . Helen Jane as a beautiful Madonna . . . The whole aura of anticipation of a gay holidayl . . .Boole fair enthusiasts . . . Same . . . Next year's chief executive . . . Mama Annie . . . Book ends . . . Renovating the dress design room . . . Scrutiny . . . Pull. Jennie! . . . Three Sonjas . . . Hen session . . . Spring fever . . . Buddies . . . Winter antics . . . Southern snow friends . . . Research ... An evening’s work . . .Western wows 'em . . . Intermission . . . Enraptured .. . There’s something about a soldier . . . Texas troth . . . Sweet . . . Our navy hearts . . . Pals . . . Happy in love . . . Boogie woogie bugle . . . Beck and Jen . . . K.C. kids... 203 Caldwell . . . Sunbabies . . . Who, me? . . . More sunbabies . . . Just a pose . . . One, two, three-kick . . . Glee . . . A smoke and a coke . . Flowers and femmes . . . Sunday afternoon The finishing touches . . . Prexy? . . . Mr. Sollmann and admirers . . . Formal affair . . . New officers . . . Honoring Mr. Washington . . . Marthas and Georges . . . Goodbye to Rosemary . . . Tea time . . . Discussing the sermon . . .Career conference and style show consumed two days . . . Fashions . . . tete a tete . . . Lawyer Vrooman . . . The armed forces . . . Ensign Baur . . . Occupational therapy . . . Summer showing . . . Round table . . . Airways . . . Models . . . Prospective buyers . . .Alums' daughters . . . Make with the pallette . . . Annie Crip . . . Lcs artistes . . . Use Irium . . . Sunshine Sal . . . Off we go . . . Senior privilege . . . Brrrr! . . . Hold that poscl . . . Giddyap . . . More giddyap . . . Saturday stroll . . . Action shot . . . Pedalin' Peg . . . Pain in the neck . . . Absorbing nature . . . Babe in arms . . . It's a racquet . . . Harmony . . . 9 o'clock rush . . . f :WUB£-Senior semicircle . . . High and dry . . . Sweet and petite . . . Playing it cozy . . . Veronica Vallette . . . Yoo hoo Boordie . . . Smiles . . . Newc . . . B.J. . . . Springtime sprawl . . . Where's the talent scout? . . . Bend down sister! . . . Where's Becky? . . . Rustic snap . . . Class of . . Shirl 'n shan ... St. Louis . Skinroots and mamas . • • Bingo bag? . . . Company . . . Water nymphs . . . Hold your horses . . . anybody here seen Kelly? . . . Sweet Susies t tBullseye? . . . Woc-y . . . Forming friendships . . . Morale builders . . . Third floor Caldwell . . . Banned from the smokehouse . . . Spring fashions . . . Look what Zieg-feld's missin' . . . Fun in furs . . . After exams . . . Something for the boys . . . Don't cry, Connie . . . Tcnshun! . . . Cutie Carolyn . . . Evicted . . . Scrap . . . Looking for Tarzan . . . Glammcr shot . . . Toothache? . . . Faculty graveyard? . . . Ave Maria . . . Our stars . . . Out for a constitutional . . . Going to vespers, kids? . . . Pipe the gams . . .Generations down . . . Dryden ... All for Rosemary . . . Athletics . . . Shy? . . . Jolly Josh . . . Eddie dooed it . . . Robin hood's mates . . . Smoke gets in your eyes . . . Tarzan junior . . . Dodie's doll . . . Sitting pretty . . . Luscious Lib . . . You don't say . . . We too can do the hula . . . After vespers . . . Oh. those plaids . . . We miss Sue . . . Sandwich date with little Schmoot . . . South, north, and west. . . Aim, gal . . . New social chairman ... In the sunlight. . . Gabby gabs . . . Nice . . . Holdin' them up . . . Vesper moods . . . Step down . . . Pulchritudinous pair . . . He's just my Bill . . . An afternoon in court . . . Blythe spirit . . . Sombrero a la ava . . . Stu's sweetie . . . Smith and steed . . . two's company . . .Gloria Stein, May queen '43 . . . Senior preps '43 . . . Coronation . . . The big event . . . "The spade we give to you" . . . 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