Northfield School - Highlights Yearbook (East Northfield, MA)

 - Class of 1958

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'ius f Q 4 E MARY BAXTER KMRSJ MARY LOU BIDDLESTONE HILDA BLAKE IMRSJ GERTRUDE N. BOLLES Latin Head of Physical Education Assistant House Instructor House Instructor Dalhousie University, B. A. Department Marquand Wilson Strasburg University State Teachers College, Slippery Skidmore College, B.S. Connecticut College for Women Rock, Penn., B.S. University of Minnesota, M.S. H W 5 MARJORY BRITTON IMRSJ GRACE BROWNELL ANNE W. BURNHAM QMRSJ l CLARICE CARPENTER Assistant House Instructor Latin Mathematics Head of Home Economics Gould Smith College, A.B. Oberlin, B.A. Department American Academy in Rome Colorado ALM. College, B.S. Columbia University, M.A. PATRICIA CARROLL CMRSJ Hoad Librarian Bishop's University, B.A. McGill University, M.L.S. H. LEEDS CUSHMAN MABEI. DARRAH MARGARET L. CHAPIN ELSIE E. CROWNINSHIELD Mathematics lCo-head Dept.2 House Instructor Mount Holyoke, B.A. Marquand ELEANOR l. DAVIS History Executive Secretary at the Head of History Department Alumnae Association Springfield Library School Queens College lCharlotte, N. CJ, A.B. University of Michigan, M.A. ELIZABETH DORCHESTER LOUISE DORCHESTER QMRSJ Mathematics Head of Hall Academic Counselor to Juniors Hillside Middlebury College, B.A. Mount Holyoke, B.A. Radcliffe, M.A. CATHERINE DUNCAN Spanish St. Andrews University, Scotland, M.A. SARAH M. CURTIS Mathematics lCo-head Dept.l Head of Hall, West Gould Middlebury, A.B., A.M. MARGARET DEMPSEY KMRSJ Head of Hall Merrill-Keep 5'-as i MARY ANN EFIRD Director ol Extra-Curricular Activities Physical Education Skidmore College, B.S. RUTH E. ELLISON SIGOURNEY ESTY GLADYS HALL FORSLUND lMRS.I EVA FREEMAN French: Head ot Modern Latin Mathematics Head ot English Department Languages Dept. Assistant Director of Wheaton, A.B. Wellesley, B.A. Jackson, B.S. Admissions Smith, M.A. Middlebury, M.A. Smith College, A.B. London University Institut Britannique Columbia University, M.A. n...... n-...- r-u--- W6 4 N t lt WILFRED FREEMAN GLORIA S. GANCARZ KMRSJ ELLEN GIER MARION G. GIVEN IMRSJ English Music Apprentice Teacher, Assistant in Library Boston University, Mus.B. Mathematics Bryant li Stratton From Antioch College Business College New Haven State Teachers College A MARIA GREGOIRE lMME.I GEORGE W. HAYES ANNIE MILDRED HERRING ELIZABETH HOMET Music English Dietitian and Director ot Biology Music Academy, Piano Columbia, A.B., A.M. Cooperative Housekeeping Head ot Science Department Master School Administrative Assistant Syracuse University, A.B. Meredith College, B.A. Cornell University, M.A. Iowa State College the 1, 'I ni DORIS HOPKINS QMRSJ OLIVE L. HORN MARION L. HORNER JENNIE JOHNSON KMRSJ Head ot Hall Head of Classical House Instructor House Instructor Center Gould Language Department Weston East Wilson College, B.A. School of Domestic Science Lewis Hotel Training School I ' I I, W :' ' 5231555 gs -ef qw .k.' 3113? if DOUGLAS A. JONES FLORENCE JONES QMRSJ CONSTANCE HUNTER S. WYNNE KEEVER Head ol Art Department Biology KAMBOUR Director ot Studies Yale, B.F.A. Radcliffe, B.A., M.A. Organist University of Pennsylvania Temple, M-F-A Smith, B.A. B.A., M.A. Alfred University ws if 1. RACHEL H. KING Bible Smith, B.A. University of Chicago, M.A. University of Colorado, M.A. Yale Divinity School, Ph.D. r s N53 gl DOROTHY KIRRMANN KMRSJ ERNEST N. KIRRMANN ELIZABETH A. KNOWLTON Assistant to Heads of Hall French, German Assistant Dietitian Teachers College of C. C. N. Y., B.Sc. Boston School of Columbia University Universite de Strasbourg, Domestic Science University of Pittsburgh Diplome Columbia University, M.A. Middlebury Northwestern University, Ph.D. MAY LANPHEAR QMRSJ ELEANOR R. LEWIS CARLTON L'HOMMEDIEU MARGUERITE LINIGER House Instructor Bible Music French Revell-Holton Syracuse University, A.B. Yale University, B.A. Ecole professionelle Neuchatel Union Theological Seminary, B.D. Yale University School of Brev.de B. Music, Mus.B. MARGARET LUTZE KATHERINE W. MaclVER QMRSJ PATRICIA McCARTY LAILA M. McRAE KMRSJ Physical Education Head of Hall Physical Education Assistant Librarian Lake Erie College, B.S. East Marquand Mount Holyoke, A.B. Smith College, B.A. Boston School of Domestic Science MARGARET L. MENSEL LOUIS MOYSE BRADFORD W. NEWCOMB MARION I. NEWCOMB QMRSD Director of Admissions Music Music, English Bible Smith College, A.B. University of Paris New England Conservatory Colby College, B.A. of Music Boston University, M.A Middlebury College, B.S. MARGARET J. OSBORN QMRSJ House Instructor Center Gould EDITH C. PASSMORE Academic Counselor to Seniors University of Delaware, B.S. Columbia University, B.L.S. ga A, , l this 3 ei fm- HANNAH PLAYFUL QMRSJ House instructor Hillside I - BETTINA E. OTTO QMRSJ DORA E. PALMER GEORGE I.. PARTRIDGE Head ot Hall English Chemistry West Marquand Radcliffe, A.B. Oberlin, B.A., M.A. Tufts College, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed. 1' BARBARA PFEIL CMRSJ HARTLEY PFEII. FANNY J. PLACE KMRSJ French History and English House Instructor Middlebury, A.B. Keene Teachers College, B.Ed. East Gould Mount Ida .f 1 wg, ...Mi HELEN PRESCOTT CHARLOTTE PUTNAM lMRSJ MAY B. RANKIN QMRSJ Head ol Hall Mathematics Head of Hall East Wellesley College, A.B. Revell-Holton Keene Teachers College Canaan Park College, Edinburgh, Scotland ALBERT R. RAYMOND VIRGINIA B. RAYMOND CMRSJ JOSEPH W. REEVES SUSIE ELLA ROBERTS Head of Music Department Music, Latin Bible Assistant to Chaplain Director ot Choral Music Boston University, A.B. Asbury College, B.A. Bible Boston University, Mus. B., M.A. Boston University School of University of North Carolina, Theology, S.T.B. B.A. Union Theological Seminary F . ct R X T. . GRACE ROBERTSON Physical Education Barnard, B.A. Smith, M.S. W ELSIE ROSS lMRS.J Head of Hall Mira B. Wilson Hall CAROLYN D. ROBERT G. SANDERCOCK RUBENDALL CMRSJ Chaplain, Head of Bible Music Department Julliard School of Music Lafayette College, B.S. Union Theological Seminary, B.D. ELIZABETH C. SANDERSON VASSIA SAVCHEFF QMRSJ ELSIE S. SCOTT ALICE SEELEY CMRSJ English Relief House lnslrucfor Science Head of Hall Pembroke College, A.B. State Gimnasia of Middlebury College, B.S., M.S. Moore Radcliffe College, A.M. Ploudiu, Bulgaria New York University Nirsch's Privat Zuschneideschule, Berlin Upsala College GLADYS SEVERANCE CMRSJ ELIZABETH C. SMALL HELEN M. SNOWMAN KMRSJ CHARLES SOLMS, M.D. House lnstructor English, Dramalics Assistant to Heads of Halls School Physician Moore Mount Holyoke College, B.A. Lake Meiantic Model School, Trinity B.S. Brown University, M.A. Quebec, Canada University of Rochester, M.D. l I, MELICENT SPRINGER IMRSJ ARCH SWIFT HELEN THOMPSON QMRSJ IRENE THOMPSON CMRSJ Head of Hall Music Latin Assistant, Cooperative East Gould New England Conservatory Middlebury, A.B. Housekeeping Department of Music Cincinnati Conservatory of Music MARY WELLER TODD English Smith, A.B. Radcliffe, A.M. W ELIZABETH A. WESTON Head of Hall Weston Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. f K wif. 8? tlt, it nf ANNE WALKER History Smith College, A.B. HARRIET WEBSTER QMRSJ Assistant to Heads of Halls University of Southern California, B.A. HERMENEGILDE UNGER French Universities of Paris, Vienna, Gras if N, ' LEONA S. WOLF QMRS. G. WJ BETTY WOODWARD MARILYN ZAJAN Assistant to Head of Halls Circulation Assistant in library History Badische Landeskunstschule, University of Massachusetts, B.A. Barnard College, A.B. Karlsruhe, Germany Drexel Institute of Technology, M.S. in L.S. BETSY MOODY STAFF 4-rf ,fx ls Dr. Solms, Mrs. Wetherbee, Mrs. Morgester, Miss Pierce in fm vi gl 44 46 I , . . , kwa, M I it K . my y , .fm -Q., -in -sg ,, V- , W., . - ' LX 3 A , f "' i 5 I 1 E , E - , W , ,,,, Y . 1 1 X Llyymw T Y , J 1' ix. ,4-'IH I 25 zines ,D 4111 LL s . 2 u iw wLl1 ,f,fL""' TL!1-TX-f, -an L -QULLUQ, . Ad Jw WkfulM'1 A 'M lv' rvuplk, ' X L ff Qi -K f I Q ' N" x. L4 X4-01 LLN 1.1 u LiAr..1,'vV',Lk-24, ,ml CHO WMV!! M MLM M9 UU-Fuw Awww: mu LQ .N . , pid. lgjw- J. Cp-W4 'ur fimwlup og, 'iwmzk aiaqur Sl, GPM Q, I 1wmQM,,1,U, Lwkyx Q,11,Q,, fyy Mx 47 ELI. LLb1OJL. fLL,.,Qj Uv an ,iii-I I A rumah How' uv, , awp Lug ' if mbfrljwawd ,UNI mf ' Q" We Aiffv-4.Xf',+4,f hialhl ,Ls..Q,L ,b X ml b A, , ., . 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A 3 if Xin, Vw., 9 ng ...Q -H if 1 .+' , fm- , , ' wi , -up " X M ,W ' ."5'g:M'i " ' 1, ' ' 'V AL uv . 1 mtfxg GYPSY JUBILEE CLASS OFFICERS 'xx -l-J lst row: P. Herron, T. Craw, H. Martin. 2nd row: M. Bcllontyne, S. Simmons, G. Neelond. 3rd row: P. Snyder, C. Allen, L. Fish. 21 I ,. Y I I K N X w. 1: CHRISTINE HOPE ALLEN July 2l "We will now sing the school song to Mr. Meany" . . . 5'l0" and all woman? . . . "How toll is he?" . . . ENTHUSIASM . . . "The bid's at 3 cIubs" . . . sports . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . Not another onion sandwichl . . . "Oh - he'd better not be short! . . . always a friend, Chris. Hall Song Leader 45 Class Song Leader 45 School Song Leader 45 All-star Sports 35 Extra- curric Sports 3, 45 Estey 3, 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Operetta 4. POLLY ROGERS ARMSTRONG November I5 Heyl Wouldn't you kids love a hikell . . . "l'm afraid" . . . the blush that matches that recl hair . . . bored? . . . stubbornl . . . picture of Vermont - walk, procrastination, casualness, and - ALWAYS sincere and friendly . . . Polly. Outing Rep 45 Fire Lieutenant 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Choir 3, 4. .5 35 all .1 lftffrfli - . , 1 7 5 E5 fc .QE -In MARY ELIZABETH ALTHOUSE October IB "l don't know - ask Cindy" . . . "What's the hairy word?" . . . "The south will rise againI" . . . snacks during study hall . . . "But l'm not a freshmanl" . . . I didn't - did you? . . . P.K .... "Hi there!" . . -. "Bye, bye, y'allI" . . . Mare Student Officer 45 Collection 45 Warship Comm. 45 Hall Chairman of House Prayers 45 Hall N.A.A. Rep 45 Hall Song Leader 45 Hall Social Chairman 45 Class Hall Rep 45 All-campus Sports 35 All-star Sports 35 Estey 3, 45 Chan- cel 3, 45 Chair 3, 4. PENELOPE R. ATHERTON February I5 "Oh, you guysl Did I ever make a faux- pas!" . . . "Oh, birdsI" . . . Pizza plus . . . lobsters 'n' clams . . . cereal and cow iuice . . . that gilded chestnut halo . . . giggles, iitters and ginger . . . "last bell?I" . . . never an unkind word, helpful and sincere . . . Penell. Student Officer 45 Rural Work 45 Community Service 25 Choir 2, 3, 4. JERYL LOIS ANDERSON April I2 "One sleepover a week?" . . . naturally blond hair . . . willowy roommatesi?l . . . U.S. Keds, anyone? . . . the ORIGINAL cocktail party . . . Will success spoil Jerry A? . . . "Hey, room, got some dirt" . . . my sister and Priscilla . . . Jer. Student Officer 45 Collection 2, 3, 45 Worship Comm. 35 House Prayers Chairman 35 Library Rep 25 Fire Lieutenant I5 Class Hall Rep I, 2, 35 Social Comm. 3, 45 Choir I, 2, 3, 4. MARY JEAN BALLANTYNE March IV Dummy smock dips . . . oh, those onion sandwiches . . . ioker in German . . . "If I don't speak it's cuz I don't have my glasses on" . . . "Don't anyone say a word against VERmont" . . . "lt'lI be fun when we elect the new cops" . . . Most understanding . . . Mar. Student Officer 45 Collection 45 Ushers 2, 3, 45 Community Service 25 Outing Rep 35 Fire lieutenant 25 Senior Room Chairman 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 25 Extra-curric Sports 2. .sc VIRGINIA M. BARLOW April 2 Sailing, sand, and sleeping bags . . . Barr- ooml . . . "l'm travelling incognito" . . . "Awright, MartinI" . . . "What, me worry?" . . . "Lisa, l've done the most awful thing!" . . . around the world in a Lightning . . . our inimitable . . . Ginny. Student Officer 4, Class Representative to Council 3, Library Council 3, Extra-curric Sports 4, Choir 3, 4. ELIZABETH MAY BARROWS January 28 "Down in Revell" . . . a modern woman . . . "Barr-ooml" . . . red noses and a Sl bet . . . "Anybody for a hand?" . . . dum- my smack dip . . . "You mean class starts at 2:30?" . . . B. M., the wonder dog . . . "lt'll be fun when we elect the new cops!" . . . Famous Last Words, Betty Moy. Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Hall Cabinet Rep l, International Service Rep 3, Big Sister Rep 3, Class President 2, Class Recording Secretary 1, Joint Social Comm. Secretary 2, Tree Day I, All-star Sports 2, Extra-curric Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I. IRIS ELAINE BAUER May 16 A light tread . . . "All right, you guys what' seems to be the problem here?" . . . those give-away tie shoes and midnight fire drills . . . friendly smile . . . the gal with the Floridation . . . lrisl Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Community Service 2, Hall Song Leader 3, Music Rep 3, Fire Captain 4, Swim Dem 2, 3, 4, All-star Sports 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. 5 MARTHA BENNETT 1? November 22 A certain grey mug . . . fire, food, and - how could I forget, beerl . . . "Chocolates or Bishops' Bread for Breakfast?" . . . "When are we going to graduate?" . . . Diabolical Kim. Student Officer 4, Rural Work 3, 4, Library Council 'l, Class Treasurer I, Tree Day I, Extra-curric Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 23 LINDA BASTIAN November 7 Enthusiasm plus . . . "Whose father?" . . . "but l have to get up at six!" . . . big, brown eyes . . . "my new masterpiece" . . . hosteling . . . "This school sure is 'finish- ing' meI" . . . I've lost two pounds ol- readylI" . . . none other than Linda: lee. Rural Work 4, Cabinet Publicity Chairman 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. ASTRID EMILY BENTON February 17 "Crumb, I missed rising againl" . . . "or- gan music, please" . . . friendliness per- sonified . . . "I'm so roastedl" . . . Dixie Cupsl . . . "I iust love itl" . . . "l've got to go uncurl my hair" . . . wonderful, win- ning . . . Wendy. Community Service 3, Cabinet Rep 4, Health Rep 3, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. I 4 1 1 I ,gill A. vm! X T60 5 . PENELOPE ANN BERTSCH December 'I6 "How ABsolutely hystericalI" . . . "Dear Diary . . ." . . . "Hey, get upl Rising rang." . . . "Oh, but Mayo, I like himl" . . . always up in the clouds . . . angelic? . . . Penny. Collection 45 Hall N.A.A. Rep 45 Fire Lieuten- ant 25 Tri-U 35 Swim Dem 25 Extra-curric Sports 25 Chancel 45 Choir 2, 3, 4. SARAH ELEANOR BRADLEY September 24 No cobwebs in the "B" box . . . infectious giggle . . . lover of dixieland . . . five-foot beau-catcher . . . "What a riot" . . . "I know you're right, but -" . . . longing for the West . . . ludicrously logical . . . peppermint life-savers . . . "lt was here a minute ago!" . . . our amazing Sally Rural Work 3, 45 Community Service 3, 45 Hall Social Chairman 45 Class Social Comm. 35 Tree Day 35 Cheer Leader 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. .f ef W -I LYN DIANE BODRY H4 September 24 Where'd you leave your . . . "What a charmerl" . . . I ertl . . . OH BOY . . . summer -stock star . . . "Don't worry about it!" . . . Hey, ll ll ll 4 om, Sweetie?" , . . "oooh, what's for des- ., 1. .1 'Bodel . . : lovable, luscious . . . Lynne. stud t Officer 4 Collection 4 Ushers 35 I Work 45 Tau Pi 45 Tri-U 35 Tree Day ., hancel 45 Choir 3, 45 Orchestra 3. I W. ,,... V ,M -.,.:e.5 " f il ' 1 c,PlJ0PL'21zl"'.sm., .5 BARBARA DODGE BRIDGMAN April 'I5 She's from big "D" . . . "frankly" . . . . . . early to bed and early to rise?? . . . "It was a panic" . . . "The Red Sox will make it some day" . . . Barbie. Collection 3, 45 Ushers 3, 45 Choir Secretary 45 Library Rep 35 Class Hall Rep 25 Sock and Buskin I5 Tree Day I5 Extra-curric Sports 1, 25 Estey 3, 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir I, 2, 3, 4. J! ESTH ER MacDONALD BOHNE February 22 "Does anyone have the New Post" . . . reading, reading, reading to Reenie . . . ap- ples and fresh flowers . . . "You don't Have to wash apples!" . . . likes to cook . . . "Hurry UpI" . . . a ferocious fire captain . . . "Why do you think I like Choir?" . . . Consistently cheery, Cherry. Worship Comm. 35 Library Council I5 House Prayers Chairman 35 Fire Captain 45 Fire Lieu- tenant 25 Class Hall Rep 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Estey 4. BETSY ANN BRINK November 9 "That crazy Canadian climateI" . . . 'Tof- fanetti's at seven" . . . unannounced ROARS . . . "You make me so mad!I" . . . "Oh, hon- estly" . . . petite, piquant and personality plus . . . Hey . . . Brinkiel Ushers 45 Community Service 45 Hall Big Sis- ter Rep 45 Fire Lieutenant 45 Northfield Dra- matic Club 35 Tree Day 35 Choir 2, 3, 4. .3 s 55 . i L if IRENE FLORENCE BRISTOL July 9 YEN for skiing! . . . "l don't like coffee, except in ice cream" . . . bird-catching brother from Hahvahd . . . THE straw hat - boost for exam blues . . . onion fingers . . . poster passion and doodling droodles . . . revered Reenie. Collection 3, Rural Work 3, 4, Community Service 1, Cabinet Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 2, 3, Class Rep 2, Secretary Sigma Delta 2, Sock and Buskin I, Tree Day 1, All-campus Sports 1, All-star Sports I, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4, Operetta 2, Ski Patrol 2, 3. VIRGINIA GRAHAM BRUSH September 2 Casual Brush in a rush . . . shutup, Pee- weel . . . "Hey, Room, where's my -?" . . . "How many more doys??" . . . collegiate clothes . . . gift for gab . . . light and bright . . . the South will rise again" . . . "Does anyone have a cigarette?" . . . Brushl Collection 4, Ushers 4, Worship Comm. 4, Hall House Prayers Chairman 4, Fire Lieu- tenant 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Community Service 4. ' if 5 ' REBECCA MARIAN BROWN September 5 ,"Evenin'l" . . . Chantarelle 'n' lobsters . . . "Ayahl" . . . Pizza pluslI" . . . "Rise and shine, you guys!" . . . pas de p.i's . . . a scientific bent . . . "now let's look at it logically" . . . always figuring the why's and how's . . . never without a song . . . Becky. Choir Secretary 4, Hall Song Leader 3, 4, Hall Music Rep 3, 4, Library Council 2, Busi- ness Manager of Yearbook 4, Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choi? 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4. 2 , . ,4 . t .. . A.M Q 1 Q. it 5 'B V4 DAGNE ANNE BROWNE July I8 "Hey, y'all!" . . . second greatest doug- nut downer . . . "Room, how do you spell -?" . . . pug nose . . . Pizza plus . . . Florida tan . . . Ouchll l pinned myselfl . . . heroine of a masculine dream . . . pert, sophisticated, and sincere . . . Dannie. Collection 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Community Service 2, Class Hall Rep 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. MAEVA BUCKMAN September 26 Always helpful teaching the 'shagl . . . knitting for the Naval Air Station . . . "My eyes are not brown - they're hazell" . . . "Me swim? l live on the Cape - well, al- mostl" . . . Oh, that curly hairl . . . "Any- body need a nurse?" . . . "Why be NOR- MAL?" . . . "Would anyone like to give house prayers? . . . our favorite Teddy Bear . . . Maeva. Ushers 3, 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Li- brary Rep 2, Class Recording Secretary 2, Tau Pi 4, Sigma Delta 2, Tri-U 3, Lit Hall Rep 3, Library Council 2, Estey 4, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. gl K ru' Q- Q! , - if f, JOANNE BUCKLEY November 29 Diets with cream puffs . . . coffee break ot six A.M .... "Nobody loves mel" . . . knit one, pearl two . . . "Did the Red Sox win" . . . "Oh, roommate, do you have to?" . . . sailing and canoeing enthusiast . . . Jo. Collection 3, Ushers 4, Rural Work 4, Com- munity Service T, 2, 3, Chairman, Community Service 3, Fire Lieutenant 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4. it 1. A Qefiiii' - ,f H :iffy .. ll' '39 : NT" - 5 X as ell ic. , ,X cf s ,gig 5 5 Hifi. LOUISE ANN BUERMANN March 5 "Guess what, dear!" . . . laughing eyes and dimples . . . Mainell . . . "Remember when we were freshmen?" . . . moonlit nights . . . the freshmen's idol, always there when you need her . . . Nance. Student Officer 45 Collection 35 Ushers 2, 35 Rural Work 35 Community Service I, 25 Cabi- net Hall Rep 35 Hall Social Chairman 45 Hall Big Sister Rep 45 Fire Captain 45 Tree Day I, 35 Swim Dem 3, 45 All-star Sports 35 Extra-curric 'Sports I, 2, 3, 45 Chancel 45 Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4. LINDA CLIFFORD February 28 Perky ponytail . . . diet? . . . "How do you spell -?" . . . prunes . . . "Does any- body have any gum?" . . . coffee, coffee, coffee . . . "But my face goes bloop" . . . peanut butter . . . Lanz and Capezios . . . ever smilin' . . . What would we do without - Linda? Collection 45 Community Service 45 Fire Cap- tain 45 Fire Lieutenant 35 Tri-U 35 Benevolence Comm. 35 Extra-curric Sports 35 Choir 3, 45 Collection-counting Comm. 3. .-vw q .. I "Sis flligllr 'll .P Qt- 3525 3 1- , . it f gil sm 4 ttyl, MARCIA AUGUSTA BURR November 2 "l'm in such a silly moodI" . . . shining dark hair . . . "Oh, please don't make me laugh lgaspIl" . . . let's have a party" . . . "I wanna go home" . . . midnight sympho- nies when all is silent . . . wonderful ward aide: that infectious laugh . . . bubbling Burro. clllecnon 4, usher, 2, 3, 4, Rural work 4, Community Service 35 International Service Rep 45 Stage Crew 25 Choir II, 2, 3, 45 Chan- cel 45 Extra-curric Sports 'l, 25 Tree Day I5 Orchestra 'I. 3 SANDRA JAEKEL CLOUGH August 24 Works of Art . . . "something bothering you, dear?" . . . eyes of a goddess . . . hairy pines . . . "and this, Too, shall pass awayI" . . . she laughs, even if the world doesn't laugh with her . . . Bohemian? . . . the Sweater . . . poverty-stricken . . . Funl . . . cookies from the freezer . . . Sandy. Student Officer 45 Ushers 35 Rural Work 3, 45 Outing Rep. 35 Secretary of Outing 35 Tree Day 2, 35 Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Hall Rep to Lit 3, 4. CAROL ANN CHASE November 7 Curly brown hair . . . "ah-boo" . . . oh, those hairy words" . . . "somebody say 'count money?"' . . . "I am not a demo- crat!" . . . millions of petticoats . . . that's our Plymouth rooter . . . Carol. Chairman, Collection 45 Collection 35 Ushers 2, 35 Community Service 2, 35 Fire Lieutenant 35 Extra-curric Sports 2, 35 Tree Day Work- shop 3, 45 Estey 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 4. SHEILA ANN COXON October 21 "Must go estudio" . . . "What are they trying to do to us?" . . . bouncing, singing, swinging5 never without pep . . . "It iust won't stay curled . . . long, red hair . . . Sheila Hall Music Rep 45 Collection 45 Ushers 3, 45 All-star Sports 35 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Estey 3b, 45 Chancal 3, 45 Choir 3, 4. L3 E 5 if CYNTHIA JOYCE CRANE March 10 Ohll One of the outstanding 8 of 13 . . . "Whoopsl" . . . singin' in the shower . . the brown-eyed Potato chip herself . . . "Trouble? Who gets into trouble?" . . . "Oh, you're so very funny!" . . . our original contribution to the American theater . . . scatterbrained and very sweet - Cindy. Collection 4, Ushers 4, Community Service 4, Tau Pi 4, Tri-U 3, Northfield Dramatic Group 3, Swim Dem 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Tree Day 3, NANCY M. CRONIG November 25 Personality plus . . . raven-haired lovable . . . "Please, girls!" . . . that devilish smile . . . Nancy on the Rocks . . . "ln the middle of an island" . . . "the life of a capl "Weill" . . . "All those having an affair on Satur- day night" . . . "Now back on the Vine- yard" . . . Sense of Humorl . . . "Hey, what's love, Nance?" Student Officer 4, Hall Treasurer 3, Choir 3, 4. may? -' ' ' ':'.::-.F-Ll.: N21 fc . WEEE' X Hs. KATRINKA VAN WIE CRAW July 7 "Shaft the World! . . . Golly, Marg, that iust isn't shoel . . . "Algie" forever . . . Ravioli after lights . . . Oh, that BLUE week- end in October ll! . . . Pauvre camrade de chambre . . . "Persian Kitten" . . . "Who's that in the red convertible??" . . . "Dancing in the road is forbiddenl" . . . Tiny but At- trac-tive, Trinkie. Rural Work 2, 3, Community Service 2, 3, Fire Lieutenant 4, Social Chairman 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Tree Day 2, 3, Cheer Leader 3, Extra-curric 2, Chancel 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. f 2 L if f g E, g :'i,?:.f,i ,Mei 1. ff.. starr" 5 l .ii X is if ii ,RW A 5 ? BETSEY CUMMINGS November 10 "Eat, drink and be merry" . . . "Hail Baal" . . . our mingie the second . . . "Where's the party?" . . . "Blastl" . . . "Why bother to diet?" . . . pink, pink, pink . . . the blond bomber with the bouncy beat . . . Bets. Student Officer 4, Rural Work 4, Chancel 4, Choir 3, 4, Lit Hall Rep 4. M s. 4, N. "ws: gifzf, iifssirs . QU JANE CAROLINE CRITTENDEN February 5 "Hi-ya!" . . . Vermonter from Conn. Hot Micel . . . Grin from ear to ear laugh to go with itl . . . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . blue, blue eyes . . . the Great Pretender . . . Sin and Corruptionl . . . "Of course I'll scratch your back roommate" . . knit that sweater . . . Critt. Student Officer 4, Big Sister Chairman 4, Health Rep 2, Fire Lieutenant 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, Chancel 4b, Choir 2, 3, 4. JUSTINE ANN DAKIN December 'I7 Straight Italian haircuts . . . the ghost at midnight . . . that glowing look . . . "Taka dah staff and Uncle" . . . P.O.D.l . . . maca roni and ketchup . . . cottons and crinolines . . . Juppy. Collection 3, 4, Chairman of Ushers 3, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Worship Comm. 4, Mem ber of Worship Comm. 3, 4, Chairman House Prayers 4, Entertainment Rep 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chancel 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. V- ma, , . Q f 1. . .I V., 2 ivygqptgg CYNTHIA FRANCES DOXSEE December 27 McGill skiing UD vacations . . . smuggling cigarettes across the border . . . "Rum,,any- one?" . . . "Warning means ACTlONl" . . . "Alright-y" . . . "l've got to hit the books one of these days" . . . "eh?" . . . "Hey, there" . . . Dox. Student Officer 4, Hall Rep to Cabinet 3, N.A.A. Rep 4, Library Rep 2, Entertainment Rep 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 4, Class Hall Rep 2, Tau Pi 4, Library Council 2, Tree Day 2, Swim Dem 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. MERCY AMANDA ELLIS December 19 "Hi, Y'alll" . . . those trips to Connecti- cut . . . Old Spice . . . pizza . . . a whiz at Math . . . Cape Cod . . . organization plus . . . a mischievous sparkle in those tiny, funloving eyes . . . "Please call me Mandy." Tau Pi 4, Sock and Buskin I, Tri-U 3, Collec- tion 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Com- munity Service l, 2, Big Sister Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 3, Tree Day l, Swim Dem 2, 3, 4, All-campus Sports 2, All-star Sports 2, Extra- curric Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. .. , 'first 3 r ROBERTA LEE DRESSER February 27 "l feel ill" . . . "those falling-down days" . . . "Good roughage!" . . . Dr. Solms fan club . . . "open mouth, insert foot Qgulpll . . . Hey, Bee Leel . . . "Can I have some Aspergum?" . . . Gorgeous hair . . . "See you, heh, heh, on the trainl" . . . Champion Speller . . . our boisterous but benevolent . . . Bobbie. Outing Rep 4, Fire lieutenant l, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Tree Day Workshop 3, Extra-curric Sports lb, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. w . wif? ,it Kar--at Q Xa . ..itil , .. iiiefifrffz-If-ii, ' ' ' Wi 'K cr K ie H EuzAaerH L. EDWARDS November 20 Innocent-eyed size five . . . "S-h-h-h" . . . mothballs . . . "Hey-lol" . . . "Bitte??" . . . How d'ya spell -?" . . . "l mean, crumb!" . . . "l've ius' got to get up early tomor- rowl" . . . elephant walk . . . that Berlin life . . . "That's even worser" . . . always warshing . . . sympathetic, wonderful, fresh- man cop . . . Bets. Student Officer 4, Class Rep 3, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, Worship Comm. 4, Rural Work 2b, 3, Hall Cabinet Rep 3, Hall Outing Rep 4, Community Service Rep 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, American Field Serv- ice Student for 1957. W 4 ft, tiff 51 4 X vfeswmfl . , 1 ew MARILYN JANET EASTON March 24 "My dummy takes a whole hourl" . . . "My mother painted it" . . . eating crackers in the night. . . "Hi, ugly!" . . . "Take away the chocolate and bring on the hard-boiled eggs." . . . Mimi. Collection 4, Rural Work 4, Community Serv- ice 3, Fire lieutenant 3, Class Rep 4, Extra- curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, BONILYN CAIRINE EMERY August 11 Early to bed, early to risel . . . 4 A's and a D . . . "Give me a shovel - l'm going in- to the room" . . . "l'm a wreckl" . . . "With your ability -l" . . . Bonnie, what's the temperature on the THERMometer? . . . modest Bonny. Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Worship Comm. 3, Community Service 2, 3, International Service Rep 3, Fire lieu- tenant 2, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Extra- curric Sports 2. vi , 3. .2 2 3 . 5 HELEN LOUISE ENGELBREC HT February 7 "Hey, Roommate, where are your boots?" . . . food from Frederickl . . . Band-aid bri- gade . . . a Rebel yell for Dixie! . . . "The South will rise again" . . . "No one spells my name right" . . . East Gould's "Bright Angel" - Helen. Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Health Rep 3, Chancel 3, 4. CHARLOTTE ANN E FOOTE August 3l "Oh, doody Tudi!" . . . really enioys spinach . . . "l don't like the closet door shut" . . . A real Frenchman . . . Love Ui letters in the sand . . . "Must l wear a coat?" . . . studies in bed with carrots and celery . . . Chickie. Scholastic Honor Rall 3a, 3b, Collection 4, Ushers 3, Worship Comm. 4, Rural Work 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Library Rep 3, Fire Lieutenant 3, Library Council 3, Extra- curric Sports 3, Choir 3, 4. Q U Q ...Ht .,,. . ' i5xi,x -1 -,A ,ks- .,f , i NANCY ELAINE FREEMAN September 1 1 Darting brown eyes with a mischievous glint . . . "You think of sum'pin 'n I'll do il' 1 ll it' . . . Ooooe - that boyl" . . . "Who next?" . . . "Won't somebody do grace?" . . . cute, breathless laugh . . . those twitchy, witchy hands . . . conscientious and under- standing . . . petite, lovable Nan. Collection 4, Ushers 4, Church Hall Rep 4, Hall Health Rep 2, Northfield Dramatic Group 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, Choir 2, 3, 4. 5? if X N15-is-'-51 , I ' ' ' ' :'f5iltiiiiff'9I'? 2.f1:'5'- . .- 1 . N35 75' in . fm- 9 3 ,. f MARTHA FOWLER October 27 "Glory! those sacred shoes" . . . "'l lb. of kisses, please" . . . "I go Pogo muchly" . . . sing, sing, sing at rising . . . "Write if you get work and hang by your thumbs" . . . Marty. Student Officer 4, Class Hall Rep 3, All- campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chancel 4b, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. 29 fi NANCY GORDON FOLLETT March l Bleached blonde and that queer genetic combination . . . Dentyne gum through the mail! . . . Vilemal . . . "I haven't grown, you've shrunkl" . . . "BARFl to you" . . . "which girl has the Toni?" - Nance doesl Chairman of Rural Work 4, Community Serv- ice 2, Hall Rep to Cabinet 4, Entertainment Rep 3, Corresponding Secretary 2, Sigma gelga 42, Tri-U 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, Choir LINDA FISH April 6 "California, here I comell . . . but. . . but . . . Isn't New Haven nearer?" . . . "What's this?" "Have I told you this before??" ,Our intellectual scatterbrainl! . . . talented from head to toe . . . "Buy the Lit, the ALL-STU- DENT publicationl" . . . "Can't wait to get to college . . . freedomll . . . understanding, a natural individualist . . . Luff, Linda. Scholastic Honor Roll 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, Collec- tion 3, Ushers 2, 3, Chairman of Ushers 3, Chairman of Forums 4, Vice-President of Class 4, Social Comm. 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, All-star Sports 2, Estey 3, Chancel 3, Choir 2, 3, Operetta 2, Editor of the Lit 4, Junior Advisor to Supplement 3. " "' rig? i Y... ' fi .I qi! at, i . 3 . 5-gffwgm-if 1 in i 25555, - , JANE McDOUGALD GALVIN May 30 Olympic swimmer . . . bopping in bed- room slippers . . . Ellington to the end! . . . contagious roar . . . "I always wanted a single!" . . . "What is this bit??" . . . three loves has shel Cats, Cadillacs, and "Con- servatives" . . . thoughtful and funloving . . . Janie. Health Rep 3: International Service Rep 4, International Service Comm. Secretary, Chancel 3, 4, Estey 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. BARBARA MARY FRIEDELL September 2 "Gee Whiz" . . . Foodlll . . . That Ivy League look . . . Poochie . . . incessant laughter . . . those velveteen ribbons and European wines . . . New Yorkl . . . Guess I'lI rat-a-tat on her head for awhile . . . thoughtful Beany. Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, 'Hall Song Leader 4, Fire Lieutenant 4, Chancel 3, 4, choir 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, :my 4. RUTH STARR GIBSON October I5 Graceful hands . . . such artistic talent . . . pink sweater and blackwatch plain skirt . . . big, blue, innocent eyes . . . ready and willing - Ruthie. Collection 4, Hall Entertainment Rep 4, Stage Set 3, 4, Tree Day 3, Swim Dem 3, Choir 3, 4. ..g.Q..g.2e,..,fsx :cgi ,- . .. - iii fliiifizfil e - isis H iii i PRISCILLA ELIZABETH GRANT August I0 Gal with the multi-steadies . . . profes- sional droodling . . . "EeepsI" . . . "Time to dust my mail box" . . . that "campused" look . . . "oh, Raunch" . . . double trouble . . . "Let's go MAD" . . . talented . . . Bob- bie. Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Worship Comm. 4, Entertainment Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 2, 4, Hall Rep 2, Sock and Buskin I, Tree Day I, 2, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. V W . . - .- . SHEILA CRAFTS GARDNER March 28 Crew necks with B. Bros. labels . . . "The Cape" . . . Sour Grapes . . . "Where's the party?" . . . weekly Charleston lessons . . . "deep tweed" . . . "ReaIly great kids" . . . "Girls, listen!" . . . Tall and Slim . . . Shirl. Community Service 4, Health Rep 4, Entertain- ment Rep 3, Swim Dem 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Choir 3, 4, Fire Lieutenant 4. ROSALIND CAMPBELL GRATTAN August 3 A true literary sophisticate . . . her hall of fame will echo with Emerson, Austen, Churchill and Hemingway . . . She inspires all around her to greater things . . . While reading R. Grattan's memoirs effervescing with apples and soft violin music, we'II remember . . . Ronna. Library Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 4, library Council 4, Chancel 3b, 4b, Choir 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4. CAROLYN HUGHES HAFNER March 3 "I'm serious . . . "Got to stay caIml" . . . "This is itl I've had enough!" . . . our Flick fan . . . "Maybe I'Il be thin by then" . . . Toffonetti's at seven . . . always the Man- hasset fwhere things are differentl iacket . . . so great to talk to . . . Carolyn. Scholastic Honor Roll 3a, Student Officer 4, Collection 3, Worship Comm. 3, Rural Work 4, International Service 3, Tau Pi 3, Northfield Dramatic Club 3, Photo Editor of Yearbook 4, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLIN GREENING September 18 Endless energy and appalling appetite . . . collegiate clothes and an eye open for excitement! . . . one thousand hearts and two blue eyes . . , four years of fun and frolic - Phewl l'm glad it's overl . . . Missy. Hall N.A.A. Rep 4, Collection 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Tau Pi 4, Sock and Buskin I, Tri-U 3, Tree Day 'I, Allsstar Sports,3, Extrascurric Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Skating Patrol 3, 4, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Rep to lit 3, 4, Community Service I MARGARET MARIE HENNIG 5? ' 'iii April 2 Vermont and Walter . . . Ravioli after lights . . . Algie forever . . . "Roommate, may I borrow -? . . . After the theatre, it's Sardi's . . . nocturnal activities during source theme season . . . favorite expressions cen- sored . . . Who's bombing around in the green ieepster? Why, it's Marg! Community Service 2, 3, 4, Hall Service Rep 3, Hall Fire Captain 4, tenant 2, Class Social Chairman Social Comm. 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3 4: Choir , etta 2, Rip to lil Boar I 0 . Wy K MARGARET HELEN HERRON A ,. , few-0 Cx X ,O March 26 "What's this action?" . . . "But I've al- ways wanted a paper route" . . . "Room- mate, you're gormless" . . . third floor riots . . . . "Ah, so . . . Ah, so" . . . smiling Irish eyes . . . effervescent . . . Peg. Cabinet Rep 4, Recording Secretary 4, Hall Rep 3, Yearbook 4, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports I 3: Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. xc, Q o' x9 ss :J JULIANA HELGESEN September 2 Little Richie presents . . . "Hey, bottle that stuff - it's worth money" . . . "I ape over it" . . . You name it, Jaye can dance to it . . . casual . . . "You're iesting, of course" . . . Never fear, .laye is herel Hall N.A.A. Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 2, 3, Sock and Buskin I, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 3. RENNIE HEYDE Oakland, N. J. I I 0 "I am NOT shortl" . . . the J. S. fan club . . . "Where's Turtle?" . . . New Jersey fan forever . . . "Oink Oink!"' . . . those falling- down days . . . "ZAPl" . . . our Figaro . . . the M. S. M .... Sinatra . . . hey, F. B. I. . . . Heyde, Rennie, here comes the copl . . . "Good evening, kiddies" G'nite, Ren. Student Officer 4, Entertainment Rep 3, Fire lieutenant I, 3, Class President I, Class Hall Rep 3, Yearbook Board 4, Class Social Comm. 4, Co-Chairman, Tau Pi 4, President, Sigma Delta 2, President, Tri-U 3, Sock and Buskin I, Extra-curric Sports 2, Chancel 3, 4, Estey 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Mana- ger of Lit 3, Lit Hall Rep 2, 3. " 47 1 , ', "mg ifiii ' 3... 5 . , I , W , . MARTHA CLAYTON HILL May II "How do you spell -? . . . Shiny hair and big eyes . . . "Dartmouth? Yes, I live therel . . . "Whaaat? . . . Sincerity plus . . . that startled look . . . angelic-looking, but . . . Mardi. Big Sister Rep 47 Choir 3, 47 Extra-curric Art 3. MARTHA JOHNSTON HIGGON January 28 Animals and animules . . . "l'm not kid- ding" . . . craziest collection of college cata- logues . . . "You're a good girl" . . . three pillows?IlI . . . Another American Observer! . . . "We had the greatest orchestra" . . . 'cello bows mode of pony tails? . . . "taps already?" . . . football and pizza . . . mis- chievous Marti. Collection 47 Warship Comm. 3, 47 Rural Work 47 Choir 3, 47 Orchestra 3, 4. JANE MARTHA HOUGEN January 3 A MODEL senior . . . "I don't care if Mrs. May does come today." . . . earrings and more earrings . . . and those long nails . . . travel! . . . from bathing suits to wed- ding gowns . . . Butch. Tau Pi 47 Collection 3, 47 Ushers 3, 47 Hall Entertainment Rep 37 Tree Day 37 Extra-curric Sports 3, 47 Chancel 3, 47 Choir 3, 4. l . if-flllililfig S 7. . ,EY A W , , ,X ,.,, mzfw ml fsfj wif 251'-I ' MARCIA EVELYN HOWARD January 31 "Fresh fried clam batter" and afternoon swims . . . likes to write letters and receive them . . . "lt's hysterical" . . . earring, ear- rings, earrings . . . sleepovers with goose- berry iam and crackers . . . remnants of Horseshoe crabs and sand . . . tales of Dux- bury frolics . . . Moore's math teacher . . . Marsh. Hall Social Chairman 3, 47 Hall Secretary- Treasurer 47 Yearbook Board 47 All-campus' Sports 37 Extra-curric Sports 3, 47 Choir 3, 4. tm S I I I 1 v 3 Ev 7 , 7.117 I I I I .gif 2 , K I 7 JANE HINMAN January 26 Quiet walks and flowers . . . "What will Holder next mobiIe?" - "My heart belongs to N. H." . . . that Crazy hat . . . mad clash to morning History class! . . . "that was warning, kids" . . . Animal-animal where are you? . . . an angel on skates . . . fun for all, and all for fun . . . Janie. Student Officer 47 Class Rep ta C.G.A. 37 Be- nevolence Chairman 37 Worship Comm. 'I7 Hall N.A.A. Rep 27 Tree Day I, 27 All-campus Sports 37 Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 47 Choir 'l, 2, 3, 47 Stage-set 2. MARGARET ELLEN HOWLETT April 27 "Hmmm" . . . "what a mess this room is" . . . early to bed and early to rise . . . "What applesauce cake?" . . . "Guess what?" , . . I hate cows" . . . sincere, smilin' Peggy- Chairman of Collection 47 Collection 3, 47 Ushers 3, 47 Outing Rep 37 Tree Day 17 Extra- curric Sports I, 2, 37 Chancel 47 Estey 47 Choir 1, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 47 Chamber Music 4. 3 mn-f , . 7 II' Nr ,AN 2 , like 7 7 ga .fs -2 5 r gf :15t3.mW F' .,f -4 .: , SARA LOWELL HUNTER "Oh dear!l" . . . Did you really?" . innocence personified . . . "Hattiell" . . . bedbugs in Europe . . . "Now what is my purpose in this world?" . . . Touiours en re- tard . . . "Why?" . . . Up in o cloud . . . "l gained two poundsl" . . . Our long-stemmed model . . . Sally. gvral Work 3, 45 Rural Cabinet Rep 45 Choir , 4. JUDITH ANNE JOHNSTON March 22 That white leather coat . . . "to add a little spice to life . . . Ladybugs . . . "l got a letterI" . . . food at all times and places . . . forever exercising . . . tres gaie . . . Judy. Hall Health Rep 2, 45 Fire Lieutenant 35 Col- lection 2, 3, 45 Ushers 2, 3, 45 Rural Work 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 45 Chancel 4b5 Choir 2, 3, 4. 'ef 1 we '4 .. ,X ef' 1 SHARON LEE HUTCHINSON July I8 "Anybody going to the plunge?" . . . her one love - Algebra . . . "Shoowahl" . . . always dancing . . . bee hunting . . . Oh, those rolling eyesl . . . our doctor ite be, ,or not to bel . . . "ln case of a fire drill . . ." . . . Sharon. Fire Captain 45 Fire Lieutenant 25 Collection 45 Community Service 25 Swim Dem 3, 45 Chance! 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Council 35 Extra-curric Sports 3, 4. . A ,, Q jjggegfimg-sg .xx 5:,.3j:"': '55. . tvfstgilggii if 'iff' ' K .I ',,' ' lf' I MCM lass ,- KATHERINE BROWN JOHNSTON July 19 Clothes that look like Kathy . . . She'Il do anything for anyone, anywhere, any- how . . . barefoot and bath-robeless . . . A potential poet yet she aspires to the wife- hood of a minister . . . ohl for that divine spark . . . Our dearest friend . . . Kathy. Chairman of Cabinet 45 Cabinet Clerk 35 Com- munity Service 25 Class Hall Rep 25 Tau Pi 45 Sigma Delta 25 Tri-U 35 Tree Day 35 Chancel 4b5 Choir 2, 3, 4. ref 5 .H wks. ADELAIDE ANN HUTTON July 3 "Roommate, I've gotta go on a diet to- morrowl" . . . "Shhl I've got to studyl" . . . that Hellenistic touch . . . neat as a pin . . . Flu Manchu in Paris - what luckl . . . Heidi. Rural Work 3, 45 Cabinet Hall Rep 45 Estey 45 Chancel 3b, 45 Operetta 2. FRANCES ALICE JUDD September 7 German with Kirrmann . . . "Roommate, that laughl" . . . 3rd floor barber shop . . . letters from Texas with strange hieroglyphics on them . . . "Roommate, My Wings, My Wingsl" . . . Hansel and Gretel . . . per- sonality plus . . . a smile for everyone and a cheery greeting . . . "Roommate, I dropped a stitch" . . . laughing, lovable . . . Frani. Hall Health Rep 45 Hall Entertainment Rep 35 Fire Lieutenant 35 Tree Day 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 4. " 1- we 1 7 I 4 i iw xi 1 J I CAROLYN ELIZABETH KALLOCH December 'I6 "Ware, did you say??" . . . "Well, stone me downll" . . . "Je ne comprends pasI" . . . always shooting people - with her camera, that isl . . . a smile and a friendly word for all . . . "Believe meI" . . . Carolyn. Ushers 2, 3, 4, Tree Day 3, Swim Dem 3, Extra- curric Sports 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4l:z, Choir 2, 3, 4. MARGERY KEPNER August 21 "Rahl Stevensonl" . . . "l'm lust a Penn- sylvania farmer - a new Hampshirean vacotioner at heart" . . . "And here's Pogo on a stick" . . . "Oh cowl" . . . lt was the year 'I776 and our Margie was off deliver- ing the Times. Library Rep 2, Fire Lieutenant 2, Northfield Dramatic Club 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, Choir 2. Exe fire 1 ' I all V, Qs55f. , Rv... I K 'EQEYEV ' ELLEN BOSLEY KAPPES July I6 S-T-R-E-T-C-H for those extra inches . . . Oh, to gain weight . . . "But ah've ius' got to have an accentl" . . . a future artist . . . sympathy and understanding combined . . . our slender, southern f?l belle, Ellen. Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Community Service 3, lnternational Service Rep 4, Art Extra-curric 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. ' gggriiiifi ,xii c.gi:fi:1i?'3 w M . , Wiiw ' ' if - ' '9 'WM . . . Eg H. r.. -- . VA.-.15f..., .W .mf . , ,, H' 8 ,s , 5 , 4. 3 5 A, f - 5 55 si NORMA LOUISE KERLIN September 'IB "Girls, that was warning!" . . . a Demo- crat through and through . . . Bassoons and Classical Music . . . "Oh, neat!" . . . annual camping trips . . . dropping books . . . the girl who takes musical baths . . . "What spare time?" . . . "But I don't feel like studyingl . . . Norma. Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Chamber Music Interest Group 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chancel 3b, 4, Estey 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Rep to Lit 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4. in ,V A- ' I jleifzm , , K. ., 495.252 'li 'QNX " LUISE COLDWELL KEENAHAN April 'I3 "Ratsl" "Oh honestly Evil the room" . . . Hathawaylll . . . Communism, Bible and Miss King . . . HUH? . . . originality plus . . . wow wadda walk, or is it "Dem Bones" . . . Sunday morning dashes for the sport section - OH, NO Cornell lost again!" . . . "Thanks to Miss Dorchester" . . .E LU! Community Service 2, 3,'Yearbook 4, Tau Pi 4, Sigma Delta 2, Tri-U 3, Extra-curric Sports 4, Channel 4b, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS ELIZABETH KIDDER January 7 lmaginotionl . . . subtle fill witl . . . pos- ture . . . "Well, l'll tell you" . . . Tigers . . . "But he was such a cute little spiderl" . . . good-natured . . . "Evening is here" . . . "What kind of birthday card do you want? . . . "Pfaff!" fond of large words . . . tall . . . blue eyes . . . "C'est la viel" . . . Phyll. Hall Song leader 4, Music Rep 4, Art Editor Yearbook 4, Tri-U 3, Chancel 3, 4, Estey 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 3. 1 s Q C MARGOT HowLANo Kress ii gi A. ANNE KINGSLEY September 'I4 Crew neck sweaters galore . . . CORNELL . . "You lrnow how I hate to collect moneyI" . . . Sinatra . . . togetherness . . . "Hey, Faith, it's your turn to get the coffee!" . . . a sweet, friendly gal with the peaches-and cream complexion - Annie. Hull Secretary-Treasurer 4 Fire Lieutenant 3, Ushers 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, lit Hall Rep 3. SUSAN JOAN KN ELL November 2 "Me again . . . "I'm a mooch, anybody hungry?" . . . N E B . . . "Gotta go feed the horsesl" . , . "l'm dieting . . . "Eel:- spidersl" . . . "Oh, Susan, can't you do any- thing right?" . . . Ice cream forever . . . Modern de Maupassant . . . fervent love for iazz . . . Who? - Competent Wol. Ushers 4, Hall Library Rep 4, Fire Lieutenant 4, Extra-curric Sports 4, Chancel 4b, Choir 3b, 4. X s. c . K, . alrwvfs 1 1. ' ' sei iii-Y 2. fiwfiils I' , --if ,H .wil ll N gf-. 'iw I tif November I "What a swell paahty this isl . . . the call of the wilds . . . those dreamy "peepers" . . . freshman fan club . . . enchanting . . . forever optomistic . . . Peepers. Student Officer 4, Worship Comm. 4, Rural Work 3, 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Hall Song Leader 4, Class Recording Secretary 3, Class Social Chairman I, 2, Sigma Delta 2, Tri-U 3, Joint Social Comm. I, 2, Tree Day I, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4, Li! Hall Rep 3, Lit Reader 3. ,wp sffffif ' if -tif PATRICIA ELAINE KLOIBER May 3i Music, Music, Music, from bop to classical . . . our Songbird . . . "I dig yaI" . . . "Who's got the peroxide? GimmelI" . . . a blush to embarrass a rose . . . innocence personified, "mmm" . . . pretty, petite . . . our Paddy. Collection 4, Ushers 3, 4, Hall Cabinet Rep 4, Choir Secretary 4, Library Rep 2, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4 Estey 4. MARGARET SPERRY KNOUSE MARCIA KNITTLE July 7 "Dubo -" . . . "M.S.M." . . . "by the smeIll" . . . "ls it a hot fudge day, Hattie?" . . . of mice and Meg . . . "Ah well, Rainee" . . . Knittleisms . . . that throaty "come here, piggy-wiggyl" . . . Who else but -Mmertie? Student Officer 4, Fencing 4, Choir 3, 4, Lit Reader 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4. 35 l February 28. "Where's my phisohex?" . . . "only a dribble, please" . . . "oh, those Saturday night tear-ierkers" . . . pitter, patter, bangl she's hit first floor . . . that "willed" laugh . . . all for medicine . . . our firedome . . . Peg. Ushers 4, Community Service 2, 3, 4, Big Sister Rep 4, Hall Community Service Rep 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. we M- . .Sis xi 5 W l k Q 1 J ,,y. . . - -5 CLAIRE IRMA KURTGIS October I 1 "Florida Summers" . . . "hate that head- gear" . . . future fashion designer . . . reading after taps? me?" . . . "I'm going home this weekendl" . . . for the ampteerth timel . . . records and "my hi-fi" . . . looong fingernails . . . fun-loving Kurt. Community Service 25 Tree Day 'l5 Chancel 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 25 Lit Hall Rep 3. M . 1 -5 - f ' 'I ' 5 ELIZABETH GABRIELLE KRAFT March 24 Thoughtful . . . talks about nieces, any- ways thinking about them . . . nice com- plexion . . . "Wolksl . . . "wouldn't you LIKE to scratch my back, roommate?" . . . "May we pray" . . . Germany . . . Bets. Worship Comm. 35 Community Service 25 Cub- inet Hall Rep 45 Hall N.A.A. Rep 1: Hall Prayers Chairman 35 Community Service Rep 2: Fire Lieutenant 35 Tree Day I5 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. . ill ANNE LAwsoN ll i E'?l3iif!E W 5 April 3 Contests fill during study hall . . . that beloved waste-paper basket . . . "Moon- glowl" . . . slept through another class? . . . Pogo 'n Peanuts . . . AND Hershey bars . . . a letter a day . . . Anthony Rowley, the floppin' frog . . . DRY onion soupl . . . "How 'bout thatl" . . . scatterbrained? not TOO . . . Annie. Big Sister Rep 45 Tree Day 3, 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Chancel 4b5 Choir 3, 4. ---- - xi Ai' t 1, V if- mt.. MARION PATRICIA LEE April "Hey raiver - gotta gain weight!" . . . "Tennis, anyone?" . . . "Ooh, l'm such a lovely child!" . . . "Roommate, STOPI l can't stand it" . . . Tragedy - button off my buttondown" . . . Cha-cha-cha . . . de- finitely and casually . . . P. lee. Hall N.A.A. Rep 35 Dorm House Prayers Comm. Chairman 45 Fire Lieutenant 35 Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 45 Estey 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Chairman Chimes 4. c I x M Qi o 3 .M 1 ii, ,kgs , W .r .2 5-we 5 I 5 ' 'Jil ALISON DAPHNE LANCKTON January 20 "La Vie en rose" . . . "Movies are for the masses" . . . peaches-and-cream com- plexion . . . 'Combien?" . . . Manhattan sophistication in a black sheath dress . . . "Real coffeel How delightfulll" . . . Foreign Diplomat . . . Toffanetti's at seven . . . "Quiet time? THAT was lights outl" . . . Love from, Alison Daphne. Student Officer 4 Secretary-Treasurer of C.G.A. 45 Hall Secretory-Treasurer 35 Tree Day 35 Extra-curric Sports 35 Choir 3, 4. URSULA ELIZABETH LEHNERT March 30 Dark eyes haunting - "Roommate, he willl" . . . "Soon you'll need a wheel- barrow too! . . . "You haven't heard about my octagons?!" - Geeerryi . . . "Un po- quito de crema dental?" . . . "pineapples 'n' mayonnaise and banana boatsl" . . . Cha-chaichal . . . that's our everloving Latin lassie, Liz Cziel. Collection 3, 45 Ushers 45 Rural Work 3, 45 Community Service 25 Chairman International Service 45 International Service Rep 35 Extra- curric Sports 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 4. K . . ,yg I ..,. ,. I,..f:.j,... g.: fj Z:5, ' A W , 'P ,gn I -on-'ri BERYL DOWN ES LIGHT June 26 Six pills a night . . . that white tennis hat . . . "You still owe me ten cents" . . . ten ways to build your word power . . skiing . . . "the Guiding Light!" Rural Work 4, Extra-curric Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Ski Patrol 2, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. ASTRID ELAINE LUNDBERG Goodyear-Sumatra Plantations Company, Dolok Heragir Estate, Timor P. K. Serbalawan, Sumatra's East Coast, Indonesia October 24 "Sumatra in the summer" . . . golf . . . "Hoot ter dicky!" . . . "cold weather - eesh" . . . shopping for a green Christmas . . . travel . . . international mail . . . "Lundy" to the morning crew . . . sophis- tication . . . well-liked and weatherproof . . . Astrid. Ushers 2, International Service 3, Class Hall Rep 4, Sigma Delta 2, Sock and Buskin I, Tree Day I, 2, Chancel 3, 4, Estey 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4. ' 1' I Yr, fam, 55, . .. ,fp -f ...f , . ,i v , Y KATHERINE B. LITTLE September I8 "All the world's a stage" . . . loves cider . . . "Gee" . . . an ardent skier . . . music lover . . . always around when there's fun to be had . . . eftervescent Kitty. Hall Song Leader 4, Class Song Leader 3, Tau Pi 4, Sock and Buskin I, Tri-U 3, Tree Day I, All-star Sports 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Estey 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Orch- estra 'l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Lit Business Manager 4. , :,5.,.,,35-,fur im . l 2, f Q , .af ff . Q-was 12-- ' iifiiiisf' ee, 2 in we It ii kt n an 1 ,-15 ii CONSTANCE E. LORD June I7 Standing-room at the Met . . . dummy smock dip . . . to go with Barlow laround the world, that isll . . . "oh, Barffl" . . . Van Gogh, Bach, and Spanish Flamencos l?J . Art for Bird's sake . . . Lady Chatterley . . . Lady l?I Lordl Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Community Service 2, Assistant Chairman of Forums 4, Fire Cap- tain 3, Hall Social Chairman 4, Tau Pi Co- chairman 4, Tri-U 3, Sigma Delta 2, Sock and Buskin I, Chimes 4, Tree Day I, Extra- ciur5ic3Sports I, 2, 3, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir . , , 4- VIRGINIA SELLER LYMAN April 5 "Old Cape Cod" . . . "l'm on a good diet" . . . "more campus mail" . . . the best zoo-keeper ot all . . . that puppy dog look . . . my green crew neck . . . "Hey therel" . . . Gina. C.G.A. Chairman 4, Student Officer 4, Presi- dent, Junior Class 3, Hall Rep 2, Social Comm. 2, All-campus Sports 3, All-star Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chancel 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. "flu- RUTH ELIZABETH LOTT April 23 Toffanetti's at seven . . . Shetlands, Champagne and Brubeck! . . . "l've got to settle downl!" . . . "That really ticks me off" . . . Something wonderful happens in summerl!!" . . . crazy, casual, collegiate . . . and howl Hey . . . Ruthie. Collection 4, Ushers 4, Hall Rep 4, Swim Dem 3, All-campus Swimming 3, All-star Swim- ming 3, Choir 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 3. nav ' JL I BETH COOPER MacKENZIE December 6 "Oh, for that Lean KID look" . . . "Eigh- teen laps today, Roommatel" . . . laugh- ing eyes . . . "I go Pogo really!" . . . Problem talks . . . quiet, philosophical . . . Beth. Student Officer 4, Hall Song Leader 3, Hall Music Chairman 3, All-star Sports 3, Extra- curric Sports 3, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Lit Reader 2, 3, 4. JOYCE RUTH MARKHAM Junior Whiz in Math IV . . . "Why all dressed up for Orchestra, Joycie???" . . . "Open that windcwli" . . . hands that love to tickle the ivories . . . quiet and under- standing . . . Joyce. Church Treasurer 4, Collection 3, 4, Big Sis- ter Rep 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Rural Work 4. ANN FIFIEI.D MAGNUSON July 'I7 "I almost pooped" . . . "I lust have to go on a diet" . . . blonde efficiency . . . dozen-doughnut sleepavers . . . "Ho der, Amos!" . . . phobia for cleanliness . . . the girl with the pretty smile . . . Ann. Collection 4, Ushers 3, 4, Worship Comm. 4, Community Service 3, 4, House Prayers Chair- man 4, Community Service Rep 3, Choir 3, 4. ,it- .... .x x gi M-5 J HARRIET BOILEAU MARPLE April I2 "Sally, stop worrying" . . . slimy door- knobs . . . "Chippers" . . . little feet . . . space and quiet in Vermont . . . horn- rimmed ad men . . . "You can tell -" . . . "lt's a hot fudge day, Knittle" . . . "No- body knows you're living" . . . Our fair editor in distress . . . Hattie. Scholastic Honor Roll 3a, 3b, Ushers 3, 4, Community Service 3a, Editor-in-Chief of the Yearbook 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. .,.g. J JANE C. MANGAN September 6 Those blond curls . . . "psychoanalysis, anyone?" . . . "Cheezy-moel" . . . the smile . . . Miss Individuality - that's Janie. Big Sister Rep 4, Swim Dem 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, DEBORAH MARTIN June 8 "Pleeze go on the outing activityl" . . . always at the piano . . . "this song reminds me" . . . Knobby Knees?I . . . "Oh, come onl" . . . early to bed, late to rise . . . "Dcn't even offer me dessertl" . . . full of pep and enthusiasm . . . Debby. Chairman of Outing 4, Hall Social Chairman 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 3, Collection 3, 4, Ushers ,3, 4, Social Comm. 3, Swim Dem 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4 Chancel 4b, Choir 3, 4. QE ,.,,.., , W .,,.,,-- f sssre- ' - " m i,---ffi.. I .... . c SUSAN MAXWELL October 26 "Oh, what am I going to do?" . . . for- ever learning German . . . "I can never get hats big enough" . . . "My first ap- pendectomyl" . . . "It isn't new, it's my mother's" . . . Meg O'Day . . . l'm going to ring in iust five minutes!" . . . we love her anyhow . . . Suzy Q. Student Officer 4, Sigma Delta 3, Sock and Buskin l, 2, Song Leader I, 3, 4, Music Rep I, 3, 4, Fire Lieutenant I, 2, 3, Class Song Leader I, 2, Tree Day I, Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Lit Rep 3. l ,,rr,, V rs HELEN KNOWLES MARTIN October I9 That fatal tennis racquet . . . "But l'm not a goody-goodyl" . . . the chipmunk chaser . . . "Our speaker this Sunday" . . . canasta . . . hidden mischievousness . . . a true friend, always ready to help . . . Heidi. Class Rep to Council 3, Handbook Comm. 3, 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Hall Cabinet Rep 4, Class Corresponding Secretary 4, Class Hall Rep 3, All-campus Sports 3, All-star Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4,' Choir 3, 4. JANICE LYNN MEISSNER .QHTEAE I May I8 Beauty in Black . . . "but I prefer Men" . . . the mecca of America: Boston . . . Toffanetti's at seven . . . the bestest room- mate . . . "Combien?" . . . "Let's not get involved in minutiae" . . . Third floor's Warden . . . Delightful to know - Jan. Honor Roll 2a, Student Officer 4, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. I , ,t,, , Xeee. JACQUELINE THERESA MELESKY December 20 Always on the go . . . "anyone for anything?" . . . whiz on dummy . . . gulli- blel . . . our little Bernhardt . . . "GadIlI" . . . "What a Motl" . . . mischievous smile and sweet personality . . . Hey . . . Jocqs. Worship Comm. 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Fire Lieutenant.4, Tau Pi 4, Tri-U 3, All- ataa Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir e v Th . 1 u.:t"u . K., I I V V it JEAN LOUISE MAYO September 'I "Hey Bertschol Just got to lose some weightI" . , . stitch-stitch on that real clever sewing machine . . . love dem cashmeres . . . in Europe in California, a world trav- eler . . . Jeannie. Student Officer 4, Ushers 3, Community Serv- ice 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, Choir 2, 3, 4. CAROLINE MERCER March 4 "Hey, Babel" . . . "Roommate, I wanna -" . . . Philadelphia C?l accent . . . all those Navy books you read . . . fabulous picture gallery . . . "Roommate, how do you spell -?" . . . "Gum - that's my favorite noisemoker" . . . smile -l- long, long ponytail I Dean. Collection 3, 4, Worship Comm. 3, 4, Rural Work 3, Community Service I, 2, 3, 4, House Prayers Chairman 3, 4, Hall Rep 2, 3, Sigma Delta 2, Sock and Buskin 1, Tree Day I, 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. .wr 1 Ml' RUTH ALICE MERRILL March 2l "Neat-ol" . . . Robert Frost . . . "You don't mean you're from Brooklyn t-o-o-o!" . . . that wink . . . passion for throwing cold water . . . "g-r-reatl" . . . tall and lively . . . 4th floor poet . . . Enthusiasm . . . R.M. Collection 4, Ushers 3, 4, Worship Comm. 4, Rural Work 4, Community Service 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Fire Lieutenant 4, Chancel 4b, Choir 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4. MARY M. MITCHELL May 3 "So much homework" . . . "Old Cape Cod" . . . "diets and more diets" . . . "what a waitressl" . . . full of pep . . . "Oh, go onl" . . . serious talks . . . late lights . . . "study hall, ladies" . . . that contagious laugh . . . remarkable Mitch. Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Community Service 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 3, Fire Lieutenant 3, Hall Class Rep 3, Tau Pi 4, All-campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. MARTHA ANN MILLER September 7 "Hi yal What 'cha doing?" . . . Gotta- brighten up my little cell, any ideas?" . . . "O-ah, you're latel" . . . "Where are your slippers?" . . . hawk-eyed dummy cop . . . full of fun and smiles . . , Marty. Student Officer 4, Church Hall Rep 4, Hall Library Rep 3, Swim Dem 3, Extra-curric Art . fi . 1' . l ,Sw-,.s JOAN BELL MILLETT April I3 "Yea, New Bedfordl" . . . loves her crew . . . "Open the windowl" . . . that red hair . . . "l'd like you to meet my sister . . . it makes life interesting . . . winning races is her hobby . . . "Where's my teddy bear?" . . . perfect posture . . . Jeanie B. Student Officer 4, Fire Lieutenant 3, Class Hall Rep 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chancel 3b, 4, Estey 4. MARY MAKEPEACE MYERS May7 Practice makes perfect . . . great gal . . . "unquote" . . . always a smile and "Hi" . . . that immaculate room KID . . . Mary. Community Service 2, Outing Rep 3, Publicity Choinnan, Cabinet 3, benevolence Treasurer 4, All-star Sports 2, Extra-curric Sports 2. ' my K S s M? ANNE HOUSE MORRIS July I0 Those horrible "grey" stockings . . . "bout time l cut some of this mop, n' est- ce pas?" . . . pony tails . . . "A Brrrritish Buddha" . . . "Beretsl" . . . music, music, music . . . mod about Mozartl . . . "lt's rough being a Senior!" . . . Wen. Tree Day I, Estey 4, Chancel 4, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. viii.. ,, 1 . 2 ff? ,xxx 40 1 -1, F. GERALDINE K. NEELAND May 31 "Don't call me a math whiz" . . . gym enthusiast . . . "Roommate, you're a riot" . . . "AhemI" . . . "Liz, stop squinting!" . . . Washington, D. C., is iust the most fabulous place" . . . "oh, stop" . . . al- rightie dite . . . the steady hand Q71 . . . them rockin', rollin', rattlin' Bones . . . Gerry. Scholastic Honor Roll 3a, Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Hall N.A.A. Rep 3, Class N.A.A. Rep 2, 4: Secretary of N.A.A. 4, All-star Sports 3, Extra- curric Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Skating Patrol 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. DIANA WILD PETERSON January 12 Blonde bomber . . . ALIVE . . . "tres gaie" . . . "Hey, wait for meI" . . . "Guess what?" . . . "Another helping, pleosel" . . . Conscientious "Marilyn" . . . racing the clock . . . conversational hands . . , vivacious, enthusiastic Di. Student Officer 4, Handbook Comm. 4, All- campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Operetta 4. is :Q JUDITH MARTHA PARSONS March 18 Auntie Jude . . . summer fan mail . . . "it's the sunI" . . . "make me do my exercises" . . . our French fanatic . . . "l'm on a diet" . . . understanding smile . . . the Parsons personality plus . . . blond bombshell, but still our guiding missile . . . Jude. Student Officer'4, Vice-Chairman C.G.A. 4, Ushers 4, Rural Work 3, Vice President 3: All- campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. 1 Wg, I is of s . . e, ,A 44' MARY Locke PEIRCE May 16 Those "baggy" skirtsl that friendly wink . . . horrible noises from the tower . . . "Oh, for a kitty -!" . . . "But, roommate, it's iIIegall" . . . A swell gal with sparkling eyes, forever smiling . . . Mary. Ushers 3, Library Rep 4, Hall Secretary- Treasurer 3, Library Council 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Choncel 4, Choir 3,' 4. GRETCHEN RAWLINSON September 5 "Mountain Dew" and shredded dummy smocks . . . of mice and Meg . . . "Lapage PoiI" grins . . . "That reminds me of a ioke - hey, come back hereI" . . . "WOW, FOOD!" . . . "Quick, Mitch, in the closetl" . . . M.S.M .... "Was that really last bell?" . . . doughnuts on the radiator . . . Hey - Candyl Ushers 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 4, Fire Lieu- tenant 3, 4, Class Hall Rep 4, Choir 3, 4. CAROLYN PENTA June 21 If you're anxious for: relaxation, coffee, or a cup of oriental tea, she always has an "open house" with the "home-iest" of atmospheres!" . . . "Think-l'll wear some Chanel K5 to dazzle 'em" . . . efficiency plusl . . . loves being the Choir Secretary . . . miraculously tackles the bookshelf . . . Any coffee left, C.P.? Honor Roll 2a, b, 3b, Collection 3, Ushers 2, 3, Worship Comm. 3, Choir Secretary 4, Benevolence Comm. 3, Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Operetta 2, 4. 'v .ll 1 i DAWN MAUDE RICHARDS March 15 Those needles - always knitting some- thing for someone . . . "I'm going to get that fly yetl" . . . Inevitably the S64 ques- tion - "OhI Roommate, I know what I needl" . . . "l'm not being typical at the moment" . . . always unique . . . Maude. Fire Captain 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. ANDREA BAKER ROGERS - July I3 Too many points I"oh stopI"J . . . born athletic . . . busy . . . smiles . . . skarades . . . beautiful blue eyes sailing, sailing . . . Math Whiz . . . Andy. Scholastic Honor Roll 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, Student Officer 4, Rural Work 3, Community Service 2, Class N.A.A. Rep 3, Hall Class Rep 3, Chairman of N.A.A. 4, All-campus Sports 2, 3, All-star Sports 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 4, Ski Patrol 3, Chancel 3b, 4, Chair 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Hall Rep to Lit 3. ' I " 'fm i f':3i'i5ii5flfli3 I S 'it' ' ELISABETH RICHARDS May 'I Always screaming . . . "but she's scar- ing me" . . . run-ins with "that" person in Bermuda shorts and pony tail . . . Dun- garee skirts and all those college sweaters . the red ieep conquered Chatham . . . blond hair and friendly grin make every- bubbly . . . Dix. Ushers 3, 4, Worship Comm 4, Community Service 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Social Comm. 4, Chancel 4b, Choir 3, 4. i f L .. 5 4 1. ri , .... . ec, 255 1212 5555? "'f etst fi I" -I fi C HAZEL ELIZABETH ROBINSON June 21 A true Vermonter to the end . . . our little freshman . . . forever cutting her hair a little shorter . . . "Yau don't know where Lake Champlain is?" . . . skiing . . . "Apples, anyone?" . . . friendly to all . . . Haze. Hall Library Rep 3, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, Community Serv- ice 1, Class Hall Rep 4, Extra-curric Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA RYDER May I3 Always a wee bit late . . . "Where did I spend that three cents?" . . . immaculate and punctual C?J . . . music, music, music . . . baby Ben . . . shiny hair . . . l.in. Ushers 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 4, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Estey 3, 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. PAULA LINSCOTT RUDER November 3 "Hello, ol' deahl" . . . creams galore . . . "That really ticks me off!" . . . "icky pooh" . . . "Dearie, could I borrow some- thing of yours??" . . . swims like a fish . . . "I've got to cut my hair" . . . "See you around!" . . . Polly. Collection 4, Community Service 4, Fire Cap- tain 4, Class Holl Rep 4, Chancel 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 3. 42 W ,Q 2155 -1 is 'I ,es , 5 .Q I ,.... , D T- May 4 X .. . Y... s JOYCE HARRIS SANBORN September 4 "This year I'm going to studyl" . . . always ready with a smile . . . harlequin glasses . . . "l'm hurt!" "Shetland pony" laugh . . . Boatsl . . . "This is cocoa?" . . . Nahant . . . care for a sail, Joyce? . . . "Who me?" . . . "Guess l'll whip through War and Peace tonightl'4 . . . Sanborn. Library Rep 2, 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chair 4. WILMA DOROTHY SELIN May 9 "Hey, kidI" . . . Center Gould barber . . . tent in a Mausana airport! . . . Ma and her incorrigible brood . . . "What'sa matter, green men got you?" . . . all those air-mail letters - wow! . . . the food sup- ply . . . bob-bob-bobbing along . . . Wand. Student Officer 4, Big Sister Rep 3, Class Sock and Buskin I 2 Estey 3b Treasurer 2: . 7 . 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2b. st MARTHA SC HOULER 4- 4' I I I 1 ,gm ,gg-Mae. X Wm H 'le ,mtv March i3 A whiz at the wheel . . . conservative, cute, and considerate . . . tent guests in the Wgst!l?! . . . daytime dreamer, night- time schemer . . . "Whatcha Knittin' Kit- ten?" . . . "FOOD - Where?" . . . Star- gazing . . . Marty. Student Officer 4, Hall Cabinet Rep 2, 3, All-star Volley Ball, Extra-curric Sports I, 2, 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. ,. . Yiifl W fi lm? E I H M ,555 . ,Q LOIS SECHRIST May I7 "Is this legal?" . . . most recent addi- tion . . . PAtiencel . . . the third Musketeer . . . "silence prevails?" . . . Biblical Sona- tic . . . outing fan . . . iumping gym- teacher . . . Lois. Ushers 4, Class Hall Rep 3, 4, All-campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. ANNE LORAINE SHEPARD "Boniourl" . . . a love of Vermont, Paris, and Manhattan . . . skiing . . . iust o wee bit late . . . music, music, music . . . always interested in the psychological angle of it . . . a terrific friend and advisor . . . ever-smiling Laurie. House Prayers Chairman 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Worship Comm. 4, Rural Work 3, Community Service I, Secretary of Year- book 4, Tree Day 'Ig Extra-curric Sports 'l, 3: Chancel 3b, 4, Estey 4, Operetta 2, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Lit Reader 4. SALLY R. SIMMONS April I7 "When the children are asleep, I'll -" . . . Stowe or bust . . . "Have any bells rung?" . . . Bermudas for all . . . a cheer- ful word for everyone . . . a nurse-to-be . . . Sally. Student Officer 4, Collection 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, International Service Rep 3, Big Sister Rep 3, Hall Treasurer 2, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. 's 9 I HELENE SMITH July 23 Sweet and innocent? that's what they thinkl . . . cute nose . . . 5'2", eyes of blue . . . "Ye godsl" . . . outdoor sports . . . enthusiasm . . . where there's life, there's . . . lenie. Hall Social Chairman 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Chancel 4b5 Choir 3, 45 Collection 45 Ushers 45 Rural Work 45 Comumnity Service Rep 3. ' W- 75 ,, '5gQs.sEf5,- I ,E . - 35552 K .. N. CAROL E. SMITH September 3 Always a smile . . . "Where's my let- ter?" . . . a sympathetic ear . . . loves sleepovers . . . "Don't cut your hair!" . . . "I love children" . . . a friend to the end . . . Carol. Ushers 3, 45 Rural Work 45 All-star Sports 3, 45 Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, 45 Chancel 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 4. T MARGARET A. SNYDER if x3a?,SQ1fE.EI ., XHXSE' November 22 "How's that grab yo?" . . . "You're not mad at me, are you?" . . . Victrola and pink icebergs . . . naturally curly hair and those flirty brown eyesl . . . "Nothing" or "You know" . . . "Bye, folks" . . . a gal of many traits, powerful, punchin', Pres. . . . Peg. Rural Work 45 Class President 45 Correspond- ing Secretory 35 Social Comm. 45 Swim Dem 35 All-star Sports 35 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Choir 3, 4. '- 2'1 " ' I A ' 'iii til V72 s 5 1 1 A 5: .gg-H L1 Q, 5 SUSAN SPERRY Decem be r 30 Never a dusty mailbox . . . a chronic collector of male mail . . . Dungoree Ty- coonll . . . "How O.T.l. can you getl!!" She lives in a world of people, laughter and loads of black coffee - short hair to the endl . . . Sociable, saucy Susie. Collection 45 Ushers 35 Hall Social Chairman 45 Social Comm. 45 Tree Day 35 All-star Sports 35 Extra-curric Sports 35 Skating Patrol 3, 45 Chancel 3b, 45 Choir 3, 45 Operetta 4. R-J 7' t .. .. .cm -1 .5 if Ll ,t " limi: it . fit 5. f X 51.-1 s 'G B JANE T. SMITH September 16 Hair like wavy sunshine . . , "l'd like some more salad, please" . . . salt, salt, SALT! . . . "I like Elvis" . . . those pink and gold hairnets . . . the orginal cat lover . . . our clever and petite . . . Jane. Scholastic Honor Roll 3b5 Collection 2, 35 Library Rep 35 Big Sister Rep 45 Library Council 3. LINA BELLE STEVENSON September I2 "l want to be emaaayciated!" . . . the village . . . "Get me off this planet . . . cha-cha-CHA . . . oh, that eye moke-up . . . Paris fashions . . . "Not Leena, it's Liina!" . . . the opium den on third . . . "l like it, but what is it?" . . . a talented - and original - Belle on the Ball. Ushers 2, 3, 45 Fire Captain 45 Art Club 35 Sculpture Club 25 Stage Crew 25 Extra-curric Sports 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Lit Art Editor 4. N - ft'-tie., "gt . P A r as we SANDRA JANE THOMPSON July 25 "Oh dearl Maybe l'll stay up" . . . "How many days 'til vacation?" . . . dorm doctor . . . smiling eyes . , . Wall to wall carpet . . . "but my bangs!" . . . such a summer '57 . . . Something special . . . Sandy. Collection 3, 45 Ushers 25 Worship Comm. 35 Rural Work 45 Hall Cabinet Rep 45 Fire Lieu- tenant 45 Choir 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH TILLYER October 14 "For goodness sakel" . . . Prize rock'n roller . . , "l'm borrowing another band- aid" . . . optimist . . . "You're going to learn to dance!" . . . "On our tract . . . tweed . . . long eyelashesl . . . poised and petite . . . Debs. Entertainment Rep 45 Choir 3, 4. t f 3 6 F f. D 7135? sri! W ,..f'f..'. 5 'lilflwl ' E52 5 f NANCY LAIDLAW THORN April 6 What does that red cup contain? . . . baby oil, baby oil, baby oill! . . . a place to do laundry and bake cookies . . . "Shhhh - can't you girls be more quiet" . . . another clock . . . Letters from the nicest "little girls" . . . Duxbury dunes . . . "l iust can't do this Englishl" . . . nice, unnoisy . . . Nanc. Student Officer 45 international Service Rep 35 Library Rep 25 Big Sister Rep 35 Class Hall Rep 35 Choir 2a, 3, 4. :li x I is ANNE TOBEY June 4 "Oh, Rats" . . . Salisbury Summers . . . Apples . . . "Goody, goody" . . . "This year l'm going to be neat" . . . change- able hairdos . . . "Look it up in the dictionary" . . . thoughtful Anne. Collection 3, 45 Ushers 45 Community Service 15 Hall Social Chairman 45 Fire Lieutenant 45 Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4. 45 n l , rl is DANA LEE TILEY March 30 A Greenwich Villager . . . "Choing" . . constantly busy, yet always calm . . . Princeton a yehl . . . owner of an over- flowing mailbox . . . "l splurge today and diet? tomorrowl!" . . . a heart of gold . . . devastating, doncible, delightful Dee Dee. Student Officer 45 Collection 2, 45 Assistant Collector 35 Ushers 2, 35 Worship Comm. 35 House Prayers Chairman 35 Health Rep 25 Fire Lieutenant 2, 45 Hall Rep 35 Leader of Swim Dem 3, 45 Tree Day 2, 35 Ski Patrol 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Swim Dem 3, 4. BARBARA EVAN TRENARY January 13 That quiet QU, shy l?J girl from Con- necticut gets six letters a day . . . spa- ghetti at 1:00 A.M .... "Roommate, get the light off!" . . . boats and boys . . . fun-loving Barb. Health Rep 35 Collection 3, 45 Ushers 3, 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Choir 3, 4. - 5 . -'4 2. it L- ew. , lf- mllUfAi?fE.i . I 6 45. I K it 1 avgrizlgil S .5 ,M iii ,I 1' it I FAITH ELLEN VANDENBERGH March 9 Heart mode of stone . . . Rachmaninoff and Sinatra . . . "Oh, he's wonderfull" . . . Daily letters . . . that laugh . . . "But the radio only works in my room" . . . "Oh, for a charge account at the BKS!" . . . "How many more days?" . . . obviously Faith. Community Service 1, 45 Hall Social Chairman 3, 45 Fire Lieutenant 35 Extra-curric Sports 15 Chancel 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCINDA REED WAITE May 'I3 Cynical Cin . . . "lt's nine P.M. and I still have five subiects to dal" . . . Sin?l . . "I'm bored" . . . "lsn't that hand- some?" . . . "Oh, that's a cinch" "I'II never get married!" . . . understanding . . . Cin. Community Service 3, 45 Hall Secretary-Treas- urer 45 Chair 3, 45 Community Service Hall Rep 4. .-..,,..,1 . . -::,.c. 'l' ELEANOR VAN DYKE December 2 "Don't I look a little bit like Doris Day?" Teach me to be graceful, Eli" . . . twink- ling toes . . . infinities of freckles . . . En garde, Henrietta!" . . . bathtubs 'n No- Dos . . . shhhhhhhl . . . She's got the "Bop - Bottom" Bluesl . . . "Bathtub buddy ffl . . . "l'm bored with this school - let's leavel" . . . Ellie. Worship Comm. 45 House Prayers Chairman 45 Modern Dance Club 45 Tree Day 35 All- campus Sports 35 All-star Sports 35 Extra- curric Sports 3, 45 Chancel 4b5 Choir 3, 4. ,QM . -Mil ie its ELEANOR FORSYTH VERNON April 7 I s if ' ' 5 '-f . 3 ' 3' wiv 5 'SLQQ 1 ix-fl' ' J' Always an the go . . . "Do l look all right?" . . . bubbling personality disorganized . . . short, blond hair Our little socialite . . . "Hey, dolll" a kind word about everyone . . . Ellie. that's Fire Lieutenant 45 Hall Class Rep 45 Worship Clio r 3 Comm. 3, 45 Chancel 3, 45 Estey 45 45 Extra-curric Sports 3. ELLEN WARRICK WATSON June 26 Bouncing around from one me another - busy busy, busyllll . . athlete, friend to all . . . Our dorm terboxl . . . "I was told -" efficient, energetic, effervescent 3, Day etta 2, I 1 PATRICIA ANNE WALLENDORF April IB "Hey, Ace!" . . . golden voice, and a dumpy green chair . . . "This francais has me out of my tete!" . . . "Roommate, final for breakfast rang - think we oughta get up?" . . . "broke the window, but killed the wasp" . . . Gelatin diets and chest pills - "Bathtub buddy fl2 - pure pep . . . Pat. Hall Social Chairman 45 Tri-U 35 Tree Day 45 Cheer Leader 45 Extra-curric Sports 3, 45 Estey 3, 45 Chancel 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Operetta 4. ttte pkliiiii i .fi 1 V i , , ' NANCY HAWLAND WHITAKER .5 ' I LINDA JEAN WHARTON IBDIUUIY 2 "l mustl" . . . party, party . . . "Me, modern?" . . . "let's go haha" . . . Here's to Chatham! . . . "What bottles, Mrs. May?" . . . snap cracklin' feet . . . an 'appy gremlin, Lin. Ushers 4, Community Service 4, Hall Social Chairman 4, Social Comm. 4, Extra-curric Sports 3, Choir 3, 4. ELSA LYNN WILLIAMS August 29 Oooh, those natural curls . . . innocent brown eyes . . . glasses on top of head, both in shower and in bed . . . Weston grocer . . . strictly confidential . . . "A fire drill is not a laughing matter" . . . Those unique sweaters . . . lovable Lynn. Collection 2, 3, 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Community Service 4, Fire Captain 4, Fire Lieutenant 3, Tree Day 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, Fire Chief 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chancel 4b. ti .i .. . - ,:.'.::..s. V 1. ' g XI , an ,lv .., , fm- , E October 7 Long fingernails . . . fancy heavy sweat- ers . . . "Oh, roommate!" . . . elongated list of boys . . . "l like the Armyl" . . . artistic fingers . . . "That's a good idea" Loads of fun . . . the unusually under- standing redhead . . . Ginger. Community Service I, Tree Day l, 2, Extra- curric Sports 1, 2, Estey 4, Chancel 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Set 'l, 3, 4, Dance Interest I, 4, Tree Day Workshop 3, Operetta 4. Jet' ""Nw-.s... AUDREY E. WOLFF 1225 Midland Avenue Bronxville, N. Y. June 23 Sophistication, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Salami sandwiches . . . "How do you spell -?" . . . Vive Ia France land the French Linei . . . "Books are my friendsl" . . . "But I eat soooo much - why don't I gain weight?l" . . . unquestionably Audie. Assistant Collector 3, 4, Tree Day 1, 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. ,I CYNTHIA FLETCHER WHITE December 22 "Eh, Did you say food?I" . . . "I don't know, ask Mare!" . . . Hit Diane . . . "Warning Means Action! . . . "l didn't - did you?" . . . Snack Time . . . "But I'm not a freshman!" . . . "It's a Senior Privi- Iege" . . . Cindy. Student Officer 4, Collection 4, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Rural Work 4, Cabinet Hall Rep 4, House Prayers Chairman 4, Hall Outing Rep 4, Hall Library Rep 4, Hall Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, Fire Captain 4, Class Hall Rep 2, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Chance! 4b, Choir 2, 3, 4, lit Hall Rep 3. BARBARA RAGNHILD WOLL December 23 Bridge genius UD . . . "Ouch, my toel" . . . dented red fenderisi . . . beautiful clothes 'n Capezios . . . "Was that Last beIl?" . . . white pebbles and sink stoppers . . . f'I HATE soxl" . . . mischievous green eyes . . . "Hey - Ex!" .' . . men, math, and music . . . "Who shut the window?" . . . Budge. Collection 2, 3, 4, Ushers 2, Chimes 4, Enter- tainment 3, Fire Captain 4, Fire Lieutenant 2, 3, Senior Editor of Yearbook 4, Extra-curric Sports 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANNE WRIGHT September I3 Terrific grind IU . . . Boysl Boysl Boysl . . . Mug, scarf and six ,red roses . . . "'Il0's" . . . Canada, here I come . . . Bonnie Scotland . . . "Poor Baby" . . . "Please, girls, sing KD GY' . . . "Who put peanut butter an my chair?" . . . Pat. Hall Song Leader 4, Hall Music Rep 4: Fire lieutenant 4, Activity Editor of Yearbook 4, All-campus Sports 3, Extra-curric Sports 3, 4, Estey 4, Chancel 3b, 4, Choir 3, 4. MARIAMNE LEONA ZIPP December 30 "Hey, It's study hall, you guysI" . . . "I want to hear 'Picnic'I" . . . do it NOW - musical aspirations . . . catch that rec- ord anyone . . . last but not least . . . Sincere and amiable . . . Amy. Hall N.A.A. Rep 4, Estey 4: Chancel 4: Choir 3, 4: Operetta 4. CONSTANCE ALICE BAIS October 30 The Representative from Holland . . . "Who? Where? I was supposed to be there???" . . . "I have to write 92 letters tonight" . . . "These crazy American GIrIsI" . . . Yogurt, Dutch Cheese and crackers . . . The arts: music, drama, literature, and dummy . . . it's been wonderful knowing her . . . Conny. Tau Pi 4, Choir 4, Lit Rep 4: Member Ex Officio at C.G.A. and Cabinet. 48 M. QN. ft' W' Q Y V! A K f I K :mr -.-Skill IW is Q sf'2'ib kg sr A Q qw .R N I X . , N. .. F r. M, .L Q , ,gi S S m xi QQ V 'WAP g , un... f . .A - it W QF Owl KAW . if Ng.-. is X 2 .ad- gS,,.,. M fx, fm 6 'S S fi-Q "X Q1 1 X Xi vf "Waffles and Spaghetti . . ." The Naughty ladies s F- '5 4 will A , Sys ,,,, . X- . .14 V n 1 Q -P ,. I S -flag , 1 , X, ,ss 1 Appendicitis? ,ev Gruesome, but fun . . . f--...hnhq We climbed a Mountain! lass brnnicls fBy two seniors who wish to remain nameless for the sake of saving their skins.i Zllibe Bark Zlges In September, 1954, forty forest green freshmen stumbled into Revell. Ah, but what Freshmen: We sang the Tavern Song with new vigor and even added a chorus for the Barn. We swam through our tears of homesickness to endless meetings: in the corridor, in the dorm, with Dr. Solms, for tests, dummy, and extra-curricular, and countless others. Our first meeting on the other side of the river was also our first encounter with the 8:15 - 10:15 time limit, six-inch rule, and round, ma- roon, "Hello-my-name-is" name tags. However, we were rather happy when we discovered that some of us had dates for the Alec Templeton Concert, and even found out where the auditorium was, and how neces- sary it was to allow twenty minutes when walking to the concert, and forty when walking back. We were just beginning to settle down when Thanksgiving came with waffles and spaghetti, and the song contest. What more appropriate Thanksgiving hymn could we have chosen than "May Day Carol"? Even our spirited round struck an ominous note: "All Things Shall Perish from Under the Sky". Nevertheless, we captured second prize. Then finally, we pushed into Stone for our vacation rail- road tickets, lit the chapel Christmas tree, and put our shoes - or ski boots - outside our doors for Santa to fill. Awed by the beauty of our first Christmas Vespers, we faithfully chorused "Arru, Arru" and went home humming what we knew of "What Strangers Are These". As if exams weren't enough to welcome "The Naughty Ladies" back, in January a case of appendicitis interrupted routine, room changes de- molished the dorm, and Miss Clough's list passed us by. For the first time in years, no freshmen had made it. This, together with our amazing defeat in the swim marathon, caused the gradual acquisition of a cer- tain notoriety by the class of '58, Nevertheless, our Shoo-Fly pie stole third prize at our first Winter Carnival. On Saint Paddy's Day, we blanched at the sight of pea-green hash and dyed-pear salad. Then, as spring approached, came the "Knave of Hearts" while snow faded away. On April 16, more of our gruesome personality emerged in our Charles Addams house party. Who could forget the personalized grave- stone mural and the spider that hung suspended above our heads? In May came the freshman picnic, with its game of baseball played with an orange, and the treasure hunt that ended in a bog. Only too soon we left Revell Cand Holton, tooi, casting a misty - for was it glassy?i - eyed glance backward, still haunted by the strains of "Unchained Melo- dyll Thanking polio danger for an extra week of summer, we Sopho- mores returned as "Old Girls", knowing how to get from Palmer to Home Science and being very interested in the children down in Revell. We were, however, a bit new at the idea of being scattered all over the cam- pus and changing dorm loyalties, and we soon realized that we had re- cently acquired eighty extra classmates - competition beware! But as the days progressed, we realized that these newcomers weren't new- comers anymore: we had become a recognized class. Between two ter- rific concerts, Mantovani and Marian Anderson, we thoroughly ex- hausted ourselves actually climbing a "mountain" for Mountain Day. Then in accordance with the luck of our class, we were buried in snow for the Deerfield Game. We saw Hermon come within two points of winning, but of course they couldn't, who are we to break tradition? At Thanksgiving, we laughed as the faculty cut capers in "The Curse of an Aching Heart". Christmas came - "Behold That Star". Again, we de- monstrated our optimistic outlook on life with our Sophomore Party, "Blues in the Night" fthe 8:15 - 10:15 parti. We really did feel blue when we learned of Sweet Pea's accident. Silverthorne was packed when "Caesar and Cleopatra" stepped on the stage for the benefit of "Cradle Song" Todd in the only double performance we ever had. The Sophomores presented an appropriate play, "Cradle Song", concerning the daily adventures of a group of nuns. We began to look forward 'to being mighty Juniors as we changed our class color to cherry red fsadly forsaking lavender and greenl and showed our ambition for was it resignation?J in our choice of a class hymn: "Come Labor On". The darkness finally lifted as the sun broke through the clouds to shine on Sacred Concert, and we realized that at last we were Juniors! had finally won the privilege. Fall also brought another Deerfield game, this time a tie score. Better and Better! We climaxed an already fruitless Q day with the evening's entertainment, as the juniors presented "The In- spector General", a very popular play lamong the cast membersl. Now that we were Juniors, Northfield was getting more progressive. We left happily for Northfield's first Thanksgiving vacation. fLest we modestly blush with pride, we add here that Council had been plugging at it for yearslj Time crawled on, and Christmas came and went fand so did Mischa Elmani. We suddenly discovered that Juniors have to work - especially during exam week. It was almost too late - but, imagine our delight when one of the original, but dull witted, forty finally made the Honor List! Fiendishly we "pied" our heart sister's beds and waited for Preparing for Miss Walker's Finals . . . 1 Qt A Mad Tea Party? illibs Qlnriuus Behulutiun The freeing of the serfs occurred on Seating Day, when proudly arrayed in the some beanies worn by blushing college Freshmen, we ranged ourselves along the middle - not the bottom - of the Chapel Hill and impudently refused to bow to our Seniors QHINT TO UNDERCLASSMEN: don't do it! The Seniors were so casual about it we were sorry we had ever thought of itj. The fad of the year was constant sneaker wearing fexcept to dinner and dummy, of courseli, since we 'W winter carnival. lt turned out to be a long wait. Hooray 58! Always something . . . well, something "different", Spring arrived bringing with Impudent Serfsl it the flurry of elections and the realization that we were becoming school leaders iNorthfield was in for a change - in fact . . . a REVOLU- TIONU. As the sun grew warm, we "presumed to assume" as many sun- bathing positions in as many areas of the campus as possible. Slipping and gasping on the the wet grass on Chapel Hill, we paused for a few moments and discovered the beauty and meaning of Latern Service. After Commencement the carefree Seniors tossed us their caps and gowns and bombed off into the future - while we snuck into our senior year. Most of us refused to bow . . . , sl 5 Juniors have to work . . . f' 'Q 'Scif' "Ah, next year . . ." 4 "sv A 'tv' -V - -L 'ifwfvslg "'. ittffsws-5-f,fq5., 1,fk ,5,,y ,fi , mmAA ,1 V P v -i3,+z..5:,ggrtsiQ:s2?sE-cfst s m vs ,-13 , Q .si if-J W dv- N Meir, ' is . if fs - gets' smfmvw 'T 5 . - ,,,, ' W e- 21 'frost-'v - . Q H ' Hl"354- A 4 ffl' 7 ' 'vw I .SA gpg: 4 ,gilt kv, A f C 'EW . . - 'wr 'f-'ffm I M ' ,, 'FT at ff , sy 4 Miki A' "We resumed to assume . . ." P "Having trouble, Seniors?" The Senior Room at lastl It wasn't until after we had squeezed into our front row seats that we felt the first twitches of Doom. After three years, we might have known: that there would be no Senior Mixer, that we would be swept by an epidemic of Flu Manchu, that we would have segregated seating when Faye Emerson came, that we would not have the use of the Senior Room for months, that we would be dreadfully defeated fagainl at the Deerfield game, that we . . . oh, why go on? After the Black Plague subsided and Ernest Ceased Being Important, the first Senior party was held. Unfortunately, we cannot describe it as we have been unable to discover a Senior who went. We stayed home and read Adam Bede. Vespers was beautiful, and remembering the long ago, we, ourselves, gratefully sang "What Strangers Are These". Blushingly, Mr. Meany ad- mitted that he was giving us a real "Train Talk" and sent us off on Christmas vacation. Poised and refreshed we returned. Then there was the famous occasion when several people weren't campussed - they were outside, where they belonged, waiting for the buses. We received our caps and gowns iust in time to cram us through exams. Carnival, the first since we had been Sophomores, was wonderful, and a beautiful display of Northern Lights ended a perfect day. The Swingin' Affair, a second "Senior" party, was another happy night for underclassmen. The Seniors, meanwhile, stayed at home and sent each other nasty valen- tines. This was the year of many a broken leg. We helped each other stagger down the aisle to salute our beloved founder and began our last semester at Northfield. We finally felt like Seniors the night we went to Amherst to see "Romeo and Juliet" faccent on the first syllablel and tiptoed barefoot into our slumbering dorms at Midnight CD. The rest of the year passed quickly. After spring vacation, as we returned to the Sem for the last time, we all looked forward to the inevitable rainy Class Day and Blind Date for the Chat, to say nothing of a diploma with Honors. We had stormed the Bastille, and we had won! We emerged vic- torious from the rubble, leaving the Juniors to dig their own way out . . . We staggered down the aisle . . . "Grendel Il" ff' X X , 'V' to i Q -p new e k"'N..... ' f 3 He wasn't worth it anywayl "Everybody HAP ---- PY??" 912'-' - , '57- - s swan x' ' 1' 'tk . 2 - w.'l .. L' :lm l QQ ', U1 Dummyl It builds our characters . . . Sublle rsn1she77 l Another smashing vicforyll ,Q ,r O 'O f You say theres a boys school lusl across the river?? d5,, pr I 'O' KX FQ My Roommate? . . . Oh, she iust left for the After four long years . . . 53 - pruv ff:-'qw' ost SUPMSLQ 5.-fic! lqfvof of fuck' Nast nxxaxe l'hSS Q 0-'A' NN. be X J 4. f M 4-2" FFANNIC mTuJJ -J .1 79 f'73'sf' fo Le Marrlbcf , ,131 51:1 V ':'4'p."A W , M ,jajvb . I . i. f 4 '51 O 4 Q mama Y-+ mmm ix C. .U f- L.N3o. VJQZWY Fish U'MJe Q 7 X NNI' 9 PM fle TP C33 Ruth L NWC 4335 f?f:JiJE?Ik'r?". 4-.mf Best .Te stew Doue Most .fav school CSNA LYMAN Cawf' W1 1 .1 N' y 2 fx A 5 ai ,, . X 7 fy - , ' . 1? K 5 ' K ' A -F Pie in the sky, eh 488 fi! Q Gad, reul food at lost! Nance? Doesn't thu? make S200 in Iwo months? New Comes C em' up Why do we bother?" I - ! ,, Mah Frends Those chilly Saiurday nights! V 11955 f f Qfsfig V VY." ii' , 51,4 1 my .Q ' .3 gif gf? 'Q "UHerly!" ONWARD AND UPWARD! When do we em, unywuy? -,qw Your broiher? s 11 as ' wql His daddy was o Qraveling man . . A gallant knight he is! Remember? Yum - those delicious All-Campus Desserts! . Yo 1 r , de r'e. You name lf, we'll fame ifl! ur U n G I If. ff- tain Need I say more? es,-sf 1, ,M vw mf Qdaf v8,,,6o5VJ,Jf, YDPS?-fir? O3 yfaf' ffiiip ff pf' wb U-'93 :fQffi 9 iffy n jf fig Q? fm 'F ya Shias in ,YS I f i 1 ' at ,Q 13 M' f- "X .5 'U ' ' c f,-ci :gi '. ,VJ I ,, Y R I ' 4 Awfnin X1'."' .' .Ml mfg mx . 1 , - -xg f' bl 'LL ?-. 35 Fig, 5 'l X z , w '--safv f-s,7' V 1 1 -'v4.1 n.J4y ' 'CLJU -vQa..7 7614: -f':1f4-1.5 gig- i"4 'f "f7 1 jf' 'A' '!4,1f,- . 4 - L41'4',' 7 7 . .,' ,, .,. ,,,, , fy., If V, 1, -, , 1 H df-.V su ,1.,- 'fi U' A H X7 1 if' !, , 1 1 A-4.41.41-4.-b G 944. 47 . in-an-gg 1 H555lT52fff1 anh - 'ii mi be rf 55 I-4.5 H81 vi' 2-X I 'rv 3,q,o4.'Ss-L " J+A fb-Uwv LMA- '38-QC MA Q43-1, N ,l,A.7'9V5 VN' LAWN' dkcg' i 'L ,ir,. 'ikl J. f 'B IKM., , Xobvv dgg A V ' , - Fx A018 uk l . A R . .5 KD f C512-JV QSLBV' 4- YA ,H A I Ati RT, 0 If 1 S M- B 'E . ' A A 1- at bbw- Sim- QA- 157 , NL0D.Cv.QLCl'Lt N-lMwW-Q-TW lst row: A. Forrester, G. Peters, P. Rafferty, Miss Cushman, Mrs. Person, L. Shu. 2nd row: L. Cooper, B. Hammatt, S. Johnson, A. Harrington, J. Ring, N. Moebus. EAST 'lst row. C. Hoffmann, San- dra Clarke, Carol White, E. Tucker, J. Lindsley, S. Dykes. 2nd row: Susan Brown, E. Evans, L. Beisch, V. Lane, L. Schmid, M. Mc- Clure, V. McCann. 60 EAST MARQUAND 'lst row: J. Bassett, J. Phelps, L. Humason, L. Bar- tholomew, H. Bibby. 2nd row: S. Warren, V. Travis, B. Blake, M. Ziegler, J, Clapp, J. Holbrook. 3rd row: J. Beebe, S. Kelley, C. Watt, E. Nowak, S. Carl- son, N. Brainard, A. Beil- by, N. Naumer. an.. . an ... .. 3 - - Q U 4 ll l . Pl . H ' if Ta' 2 5 0 'W W h N v ...Y V ---H 'f .. - I 'wi -I H . .F : :ge it N3 L, SE' EAST GOULD: lst row: C. Proper, J. Bonanno, D. Hutchins, K. Tulloch. 2nd row: N. Goode, D. Durfee, C. Kaiser, K. Forslund, L. Shaffer, L. Knight. 3rd row: M. Jewett, M. Marafino, S. Trimble, J. Carter, V. Yelvington, C. Christian. MERRILL-KEEP: lst row: E. Brown, S. Wilson, C. Barlow, N. Bissell, N. Horvitz. 2nd row: C. Adams, C. J. Enman, T. Comparetti, J. Prowda, B. Mackin, G. Parker. 3rd row: J. Bryant, V. Mitchell, B. Campbell, N. Johnson, S. Hay, Missing: C. Brown. - - K i lock. 2nd row: J. Squires, M E. Myers, L. Shu, S. Sind, D Sullivan, A. Scott. 3rd row M. Sherer, C. Casse, J. Ring A. McCabe, L. Drew, S. Cook WEST GOULD: lst row: A. Wood, P. Yun, J. Kay, S. Bul- 'Q , 17, , WJ' J. Crosby. 2nd row: D. Camp, L. Dingman, S. Lebo, D. Hayes. 3rd row: N. Moebus, L. E. Smith, L. Cooper. Missing: Heidi Jousson. WILSON: lst row: J. Stevenson, V. Peters, S. Taylor, D. MacKinnon, C. Bair, A. Forrester, S. Magoon, L. Martin, G. Fryer, B. Heeren, Klinck, E. Tracy, A. Harrington, E. Brazeal, MOORE: 'lst row: P. Seney, C. Kells, P. Johnston, T. Thompson. 2nd row: M. Mar shall, J. Chapman, S. Hervan K. Klammer, T. Mook. Miss- ing: C. Hill. .1 l W X7 WESTON: lst row: J. Sutton J. Roberts, B. Dickey, P. Raf ferty. 2nd row: B. Lockwood L. Mirtl, K. Palmer, A. Rainer B. Paresky. 3rd row: E. Thurs- ton, M. Wadsworth, O. Jones D. North, S. Handy, P. Hill Missing: Sally Curtis. I 1. is tl 3 , Ag 5 9 . Q,X, . f J .. 1 . f. l 'S 1 . 2 J , ll 1 si il . 1 . s.: f -V l CENTER GOULD: 'lst row: S. Scott, N. Holbrook, S. Hathaway, A. Churchill, V. Parsons, C. Dempsey. 2nd row: H. Eppse, T. Haines, B. Hammatt, G. Minty, B. Doe, S. Wood. 3rd row: D. Nichols, P. Archer, P. Campbell, S. Johnson, L. Moss, C. Close, T. Ackley. Missing: K. Coulborn, J. Ebers, K. Stash. si.- X. sis WEST MARQUAND: Ist row: M. Jordan, J. Lofgren, C. Hall, M. Comstock, S. Edwards, 2nd row: K. Farnham, C. Newman, M. Olsen, M. Bulgarin, G. Gager, M. Beh. 3rd row: H. Grier, D. Bingham, J. Morrice, E. Strong, C. Tompkins, C. Bisbee, B. Fanning. 63 151 Z 4 1 I I B. Mou s H A e A L SALL ....nfL 4. ' w, 1,L.4 CLASS OFFICERS nt, J. Kessel, Miss Horn, Miss Palmer, N. Bass, N. Allen. I , gi 0 1s CENTER GOULD lst row: E. Smith, K. Taylor, S. Mahoney, E McDonough. 2nd row: C. Johnson, H. Sibley, D. Crater, L. Davis, S. Woodring. 3rd row: L. Coyne, S. Ransom, L. Barry, J. Pagdin, S. Chalfant. . , L EAST GOULD Ist row: J. Haynes, B. Newton, V. Bulgarin, J. Schouler, K. Gordon. 2nd row: S. Raymond, K. Mulheron, S. Buermann, W. Fidao, C. Millett, S. French. in . L , ' ,, Qt, - 'LQ , . x ,X .l, r I . t . . L-.-.401 MERRILL-KEEP lst row: M. Roberts, B. Barnes, N. Bass, S. Brown. 2nd row: A. Thayer, S. Helbig, K. Thompson, B. Norton, L. Boldereff. 3rd row: S. Cheney, C. Wyman, M. Langdon, D. Seeley, P. MacKay, G. Livernoise. I . . , , I i .if Q' VN!! 1 W4 . .514 - . ,I , I V gill li 1:5 -J! gi fy I ,Ar . 'V ' " 5 i l - ' L V ' 'L W it H' ' ' x ' . 5 - L L . rlialu WILSON EAST MARQUAND Ist row: W. Adams, M. Robb, C. Lawrence, A. Fenn, I. lst row: W. Bowditch, S. Keene, N. Moore, C. Penna, Grybko. 2nd row: P. Bridges, L. Purrington, S. Novot- S. Fuller. 2nd row: E. Clifford, L. Severance, J. Law- ny, J. Appley, L. Hathaway. Missing: B. Bush, M. Pope. son, B. Meany, J. Seacord, C. Morris. . 5,65 if ' , ' A Z3 A WESTON lst row: J. Nelson, H. Cole, S. Brayton, L. Rogers. 2nd row: M. Nelson, S. 65 Kraetzer, A. Corner, G. Stein. 3rd row: M. Stevens, L. Staniels, S. Ballway, L. Lamb. tr. if I K ,. 5 'H yi" 9 A 5 22' , X 'Q 9 if 3. , 5 ,Q L 5 LY' 5 ' L 'Y' EY K ' ggi, 1 A ll Q ' 5 fs, 2 --,Q .:., ' . Xl q S -4' 4 i ' . J 1' i if J , X - Ev.. if - ...M - h- hi MOORE WEST GOULD lst row: F. Mar, M. Flaherty, A. Gibson, K. Crocker, D. Mague. 2nd row: J. Hamilton, K. DePuy, P. Wilder, E. Noonan, B. Simkin. Q4 J x I v ru, I I Q . .51 EAST HALL lst row: J. English, D. Williamson, M. Bonnemort, S. Steinmuller. 2nd row: H. Hewat, M. Zimmerman, R. Moore, P. Whalley. fffiixkk ...As 9 Lx 'Ist row: C. Wissler, P. Lamphere, N. Allen, B. Roberts, P. Watt, S. Noble., 2nd row: E. Kraus, C. Swanson, C. Robinson, S. Faulkner, C. Sloat, R. True. 3rd row: L. Strecker, S. Clarke, R. Stearns, D. Foster, J. Foster, C. Lusky. 'ui WEST MARQUAND 66 'Ist row: S. Sawyer, S. Hill, B. Roth, S. Simons. 2nd row: J. Mitchelhill, M. Ryder, C. Green, C. Christy, B. Mount. 3rd row: K. Eastman, J. Barter, J. Kessel, N. MacLeod, S. Appel, S. Middleton. REVELL: lst row: P. Rasche, M. Crichton, E. Hiller, B. Edwards, J. Greiner, L. Isenman, M. Shu, M. Taft. 2nd row: G. Porter, M. Pilkington, L. Robinson, M. Miller, C. Fish, D. Holbrook, H. Schildknecht, S. Templeman. 3rd row: S. Koch, S. Rubendall, R. Smith, C. Doxsee, B. Baldwin, N. Habrat, M. Wickens, J. Van Peursem. 1 Ab' HILLSIDE: lst row: S. Carr, M. Jones, L. Galloway, L. Benjamin 2nd row: S. Lindfors, R. Kaminski, S. Lunn, S. Poling, A. Israel, M Althouse. 3rd row: Cynthia White, P. Webb, A. Fellows, C. Craig J. Seymour, R. Downing, L. Roberts, B. Christe. 'W HOLTON: lst row: S. Sinsabaugh, K. Dinolt, J. Kaiser, M. Cheney, S. Swartwood, D. Bertsch. 2nd row: M. Bannister, J. Hatheway, L. Goepner, M. Savage, B. Nash, Cheryl Allen, M. Whaley. 3rd row, N. Buermann, R. Weiri, S. Lyman, E. Stephenson, K. Wyn- koop, J. Dawson, A. Previtali, M. Milem, M. Klebe. Missing: J. Putnam. The Th ree Monkeys Show me the way to go home . . ." "Cheese" "Frustrated!" Sally Semite "Jelly Belly" "lnvolved??" x ai ,IIAV SUYVGY of English I-M? "TelI me your problems . . ." "Ho Ho Ho!" Country Girl 'T That's our Eloisel Q -5' 'R iw ups Freedom!! ' 2 iii Faculty Night Supper 'fr -1 ., r A i Sonfcrized I K7 ' Purfy Doll , i f 1 "You ius! don'0 understand me" .1---9 Qkdftbl "Now Girls" "Hill" "Awwwww . . . C'mon" Safari, Anyone? .f""" nwh - H Noi as a Sironger U7 l"'d'C'f'?? our NMOS' Respededln 69 '3.. . nw-J1.T7?' V J w HNJXQY H r I'- Q,- .. if A39 ff d UGQJ J I 1 Q5 ,ff j I V Hx gk D W. 99' f gg v - E xx fr, 4' iw bf. ! f . ll 1 4' 2 4 . Y ff. af' 1 I K 'W-. Vx Qntihities L4 .xx l "uAg,y:.-.v 'N 1 wax X n QM-NF lun:-Q 'lliimtifllll Nez X XX I IM X10 m qw 4 Lx 'EN' fl 'iv1Q 'NH Q... ,-H, M S WN' ' V ' Ai" .M-.M Q" '- xx' xx '-.., I' hh- l XX ,, 3, 5 N.. N, 'M -- Y X 1' Q, .X WWA! .H A. ,,,:,:1 , A 1' ' ' mt Qfjlf m f 'J 1' f",,i T xxx E ,Q M N - M. .. V C Y-Hwang A X ' l ' 1... " K W ' 'v ' hJ,""4' 'N umm' w-' ' ' E "'s7--W-'-.. W, 1. uf. Q a X . A by N--.M A , -5 ,h raw. , ig" , M A I A Lk ,CQ I V nm. f-.. N K ' ,, ff f-."'Z z. Q' 'v 1? wa. " N, MN.. ' 11.4-5-L . E' 1 X I. 4, -f : t I X . ' , " ' I Q , 'xshu TL" . .fi ' ,z X g. ,Z 31.f' ,iv " w l l , M qi. , l :,,,,5.R Q fE3f,,,Nw ' :LM m XY 'ill' W ' K " "Pt 'W' '-' ' S ' 1" J aw, xi - - , 1 1' 'X ' " .lf , 111 i jggg, ,V J P 1 " up ' gp ' :Ag- V mt :I at 1,1 541 V, H: Q kwy N .,I --unylh. ' 1 ..l.I. Y - Nxx-N ww ' ' ' ' W ' ' W N 0 'xx 5 K si I 'U ' " Q R 'A W in Su .5 fl NX L v r 1 ' xx QR. 1 ef' ' ' A X WN 'P XX - 'Y s , ' A 's ' X ' Qxnf ' I QL' u lst row: L. Shu, B. Mount, R. Heyde, T. Crow, J. Millett, S. Maxwell, B. Edwards, M. Fowler, P. Atherton, M Althouse, C. White, N. Bissell. 2nd row: A. Rogers, D. Tiley, G. Lone, M. Knittle, M. Bulgnrin, J. Anderson, D Martin, M. Mitchell, J. Parsons, S. Clough. 3rd row: N. Cronig, J. Crittenden, M. Klebe, N. Buermcnn, P Snyder, G. Neeland, J. Mayo, M. Ballcntyne, B. M. Barrows. 4th row: M. Schouler, K. Bennett, M. Miller, K Johnston, W. Selin. 5th row: N. Kerlin, A. Lonckton, C. Bois, Miss Efird, L. Cooper, B. Hommott, N. Thorn, D Peterson. oth row: B. Cummings, J. Hinmon, J. Meissner, C. Hafner, G. Lyman, C. Doxsee, S. Johnson, L. Bodry B. MacKenzie, B. Emery. CAMPUS GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION nw c. cs. A. oFFlcERs: Gina, Judy, Alison 72 it T JW-uv , 4 09" X x -yi -Q44 I A - 5 . Q " 'II X '.i'wwf?vf"i" Xu' ' ' - be ' M -- 1 , Ji L, 15 Q ... Q i -.NX '71, . A rf' N ' .w w Q Mihq ., . -f -4 'hi ' X ,A-i -. lj ' -.4 .H Q ' V . ll A mu 1, X V Q' ' . W l ll N I 1 . V b l 1 X1 A' PQ .H +A XXV' ff. if .fl ll ' .ft i t li . I ,MJ . bf 1 1 1 I Q y My jw-'DX A WL' Y , llvf ' !il I ' WV!! I 1 I C --3. ffv 3 , ji fl' X VJVn5'.'LJ 1 u'l3"f Vo, fJ"f". l UNM' Q! 'M CABINET OFFICERS wr " Nl VD-5" Kathy, Patsy L! Milli! .jf-1 L: W I VP Kill .af 1 lf, l 9' 'f'fi.,,ff7 P C X- 'fi' . .,-ik., L x C V , CHURCH CABINET ' I lst row: M. M. Myers, H. Martin, C. Adams, P. Lee, N. Freeman, G. Gager, P. Herron, P. Hill, J. Schouler, S. Curtiss, C. White. 2nd row: J. Buckley, P. Howlett, C. Chase, J. Dakin, Mrs. Newcomb, Mr. Raymond, L. Bastian, B. Bridgman, l. Cooper, K. Johnston. 3rd row: I. Bristol, J. Markham, S. Hunter, l.. lehnert, H. Hutton, L. Fish, N. Follett, P. Kloiber, G. Lyman, M. Miller, S. Thompson. Missing: Mrs. Partridge, Mr. Sander- cock. tv an-.Q Q36 73 nnm,,,, ..,,.....-......,....,......,. . ww...-.., . ...mm-N..-. . -mf-,,,,,..., 1 X 'NN Q: Fr i .. ,VT ' A ' ' ' ivy. . ' -M' 2,-an g .ww wa. A , 'Q 'yr x -1 f .I . X , Qinq y. I v lp' H J 9 3. L I llg l-'J elim f L21 . 1' Y 14 X 1, ,Vx -v f . lil fi! is All 'iii Jw CHIMES CHAIRMAN Patti Lee RURAL WORK PROJ ECT 'lsf row: M. E. Myers, M. Burr, H. Marlin, D. MacKinnon, D. Hutchins, l. Bristol, C. Tulloch, J. Johnsion, J. Buckley, P. Snyder. 2nd row: M. Easton, J. Markham, C. Adams, P. Atherton, D. Browne, V. Lane, S Thompson, S. Bradley, C. Dempsey, S. Magoon, M. Ellis, M. A. Roberis, J. Ebers. 3rd row: E. Kappes Mrs. Newcomb, Miss Roberts, C. Smith, L. Smiih, C. Fooie, M. Higgon, S. Hunier, G. Neelund, C. Hafner K. Bennett, S. Clough, L. Shaffer, B. M, Barrows, N. Moebus, J. Carier, H. Eppse, R. Merrill, V. Parsons, M Comsfock, M. Klebe, B. Paresky. In bus: B. Cummings, B. Light, B. Fanning, E. Waisan, M. JeweH, E. Evans H. Huhon, L. Basiian. MEA' 'UA ' iw! I COMMUNITY SERVICE Ist row: A. Gibson, P. Yun, M. Flaherty, J. Crosby, G. Fryer, K. Stash, P. Lamphere, F. Mar, J. Putnam, J. Kaiser, S. Lebo. 2nd row: S. Lawrence, D. Foster, S. Trimble, L. Moss, J. Morrice, L. Strong, R. Merrill, C. Shull, B. Baldwin, P. Davis, F. Vcndenbergh. 3rd row: K. Taylor, R. Kaminslxi, C. Kaiser, S. Lindfors, A. Rainer, A. Roeser, S. Lunn, D. Bingham, L. Cooper, J. Wells, A. Previtali, K. Klammer, P. Whalley, L. Waite, J. English. 4th row: Miss Roberts, C. Bair, A. Magnuson, B. Barnes, M. Jones, C. Morris, D. Sullivan, J. Lofgren, M. Taft, S. French, B. Christe, L. Roberts, T. Haines, N. Holbrook, P. Knouse. fb .+R X 'J' X .... .....-.-"5 1' "MV, K. ffl-- .flf lu K K 'L ' i '1 if .il I X Nw ---.... .... COLLECTION P. Howlett, l. Bauer, N. Kerlin, G. Neeland. f"'x l I '. .'.'....-..'T1'1'-'3 M, x"'s'TN""' Q s.. it A .Wil ff-' ' A . ff ' will f .i yl J 4' 4 I A I . .I- 'xl' rf' I Ji I fs' xl 75 .W--..4 llillill 'allf' Interesting weekends . . . those little yellow envel- opes . . . lasting memories of Connie 'Ist row: D. MacKinnon, Miss Davis, L. Lehnert, Mr. Sandercock, B. Edwards. 2nd row: D. Hayes, E. Kappes, C. Hill, S. Smith, B. Paresky, D. Hutchins. 3rd row: C. Bais, C. Morris, J. Galvin, S. Poling, M. Burr. bv WORSHIP COMMITTEE 'Ist row: C. Foote, J. Melesky, J. Dakin, A. Magnuson, C. White, D. Mercer. 2nd row: Miss Lewis, J. Clapp, E. Van Dyke, L. Knight, M. Higgon, A. Thompson, D. Richards. 3rd row: M. Klebe, G. Brush, R. Moore, R. Merrill, P. Wilder, B. Fanning, N. Moebus. Missing: L. Shepard. I - Vgliflljif w sv ' lijlgllfllgl ,gf ' ., ff . HEALTH COUNCIL . avid ' 1, Ist row: S. Lunn, D. Hayes, B. MacKenzie, T. Haines, J. Beebe, C. Tulloch. 2nd row: N. Buermann, S. Hay, J. Johnston, S. Gardner, N. MacLeod, M. Burr. b X .T --'il Dail tem erature checks . . . fruit juice . . . 3 beds , if X . Y P l xxx. ..g- 1 - X gf T and a piano . . . SOUP!! . . . a date with Flu Manchu . . . .gif P ' P E' ,,.. , ' iii' at ' rg.-"f H Book week tea . . . never enough hangers . . . save your I " Hfhe Black plague" pennies for the auction! ,Q'lfp..f rsfla. IW! -...f 1 LIBRARY couNClL lst row: M. Jordan, S. Templeman, M. E. Myers, H. Meany, N. Johnson, L. Strecker. 3rd row: S. Taylor, Cole, Mrs. McRae, Miss Woodward, C. Rand, K. Coul- Cheryl Allen, M. Bulgarin, P. Johnston, R. True, L. born, M. Marshall. 2nd row: J. Squires, R. Grattan, Knight, H. Schildknecht, C. Proper. Missing: S. Knell. B. Campbell, R. Stearns, M. Peirce, M. Webb, B. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE lst row: D. Tillyer, B. Stephenson, S. Carlson, Gibson, R. Downing, J. Holbrook, S. Wood. B. Grant, D. Foster. 2nd row: J. Haynes, R. Missing: M. Sherer, E. Brazeal, C. Kells. i 5 s Pat . . . Pulpit Rock Hike Sally . . . Marcia 0 OUTING REPS ist row: B. Lockwood, C. White, J. Stevenson, B. "Hermonl" The Cubin Edwards. 2nd row: G. Gager, P. Armstrong, T. Mook, K. Eastman, L. Beisch. 3rd row: D. Nichols, V. Yelving- ton, J. Ring, D. Martin. Wed 47 Q "heh, heh . . ." FIRE CAPTAINS lst row: C. Hall, C. White, I. Bauer, L. Clifford, M. Richards. 2nd row: N. Buermann, L. Stevenson, P. Ruder, C. Bohne, S. Hutchinson, L. Williams. Miss- ing: M. Hennig, B. Woll. N-2 TAU PI Lady Bracknell . . . lst row: R. Heyde, C. Lord, M. Ellis, M. Mitchell, C. Crane. 2nd row: C. Bois, J. Melesky, Miss Small, K. Little, M. Greening. 3rd row: J. Hougen, L. Bodry, C. Doxsee, L. Keenahan, K. Johnston. NAA Watt, C. Doxsee, M. Greening, A. Zipp. Edwards. 'lst row: K. Forslund, A. Forrester, M. Althouse, C. Crocker. 2nd row: P. Bertsch, J. Helgesen, G. Neeland, C. Millett, A. Rogers. 3rd row: J. Ring, C. Missing: M. McClure, S. Kelley, S. Mrs. Partridge, P Wright Mr Partridge C Hafner L Keenahan P Kidder B Woll R Heyde, P. Herron M Howard L Shepard B Brown H Marple E Watson "Why can't this go in?" . . . "Who is this girl?" . . . CENSORED!! . . . "QUlET, everyone!" . . . poor Hattie! . . . "Time to clean up . . . let's pad- lock the wastepaper basket" . . . Highlights is Better, Letter by Letter - we think so, anyway. 80 fb, ' 4? : ii A r Oh look, our fcvoriie food! Miss Polmer's ---- English skits '5ikx- i I can so skil . Zero-hour crammmg Hip, Hip, Dionysus! A .4 QQ f , .' Q ik Oi 1 4 RA Perfect Pair "Nyeqqhl" IN ,X ORCHESTRA lst row: K. Dinolt, S. Maxwell, N. Bass, H. Hewat, E Tucker, W. Bowditch, J. Holbrook, D. Durfee, A Thompson, N. Morris, S. Hill. 2nd row: M. Marafino, S. Carr, Miss Woodward, M. Howlett, T. Comparetti, J. Galvin, J. Markham, D. Mague, K. Forslund, M. Hlggon. 3rd row: J. Bishop, D. Getchell, E. Freund I Miss Weston, Mr. Swift, G. Walters. 4th row: L Bartholomew, C. Wyman, E. Brazeal, R. Grattan, S Smith, E. Noonan, C. Tompkins, L. Lamb, G. Wright 5th row: M. Webb, P. Wilder, L. Van Den Blink, F Manley, S. Bullock, A. Beilby. 6th row: J. Mangan, D Winchester, D. McKenney, R. Packard, B. Noonan D lst row: P. Knouse, J. Millett, K. Forslund, B. Friedell, M. Althouse, P. Wright, E. Watson, C. Penta, S. Max- well. 2nd row: M. Buckman, R. Heyde, A. Lundberg, W. Benton, C. Shull, L. Martin, A. Zipp, P. Kloiber, G Fryer. 3rd row: H. Hutton, B. Bridgman, C. Bohne N. Kerlin, H. Marple, K. Little, S. Coxon, P. Howlett, K. Christian. 4th row: D. Peterson, W. Selin, M. Hen- nig, C. Allen, A. Harrington, P. Kidder, A. Kingsley, P. Lee, L. Bastian. 5th row: L. Shepard, B. White, C. Chase, W. Morris, B. Brown, P. Herron, L. Ryder, B. MacKenzie, J. Galvin, G. Whitaker, P. Wallendorf. Q73 La 83 "Pass it in, please." . . . "Just a few announcements . . ." . . . White dresses and cars parked for miles around . . . Sacred Concert . . . "You girls aren't really bad, you should hear the boys." i , . L W :sr Q Lf I i CHANCEL CHOIR lst row: G. Neeland, L. Smith, S. Sperry, T. Crow, N. Bissell, M. Fowler, J. Phelps. 2nd row: E. Brazeal, S. Hutchinson, M. Klebe, J. Lofgren, R. Grattan, K. Johnston, E. Van Dyke. 3rd row: P. Campbell, B. Barrows, N. Horvitz, H. Engelbrecht, D. MacKinnon, E. Vernon, T. Thurston. 4th row: S. Lawrence, J. Ring, C. Kallock, L. Keenahan, J. Carter, S. Carlson, P. Ruder, M. Peirce. 5th row: J. Haugen, K. Kurt- gis, J. Dakin, J. Chapman, M. Ziegler, J. Bassett, L. Beisch, D. Richards. aw.- it CHANCEL CHOIR ist row: H. Jousson, B. Emery, P. Bertsch, A. Scott, B. Cummings. 2nd row: K. Bennett, I. Bristol, F. Vandenbergh, D. Martin, T. Comparetti. 3rd row: L. Humason, I. Bauer, S. Brown, N. Buermann, S. Knell. 4th row: G. McCann, R. Merrill, L. Strong, D. Nichols, G. Mitchell, J. Johnston, C. Smith, B. Grant. 5th row: P. Rafferty, M. Burr, C. White, J. Crittenden, A. Lawson, A. Rogers, B. Dickey, S. Wood, H. Grier. Missing: C. Lord, M. McClure, B. Curtiss, L. Bodry, G. Minty, C. Hoffmann. Ah-eh-ee-o-oo "Let's line up now." Those annoying orange books ---DAdada DAdada... "This is the best group we've ever had." Dost thou remember when you stood up at the wrong time? Hands that speak . . . 'fs B5 ,Mi- f a CARNIVAL COURT A. Rogers, Queeng C. Doxsee, Kingp J. Hinmang K. Little-5 G. Lyman: D. Tiley. W N.l Q .. I' Wim , 'K I ga .. KING if so Q. X -v. z A , 7 x 1 ' X 1 - 'Peril QUEEN ii il ', MAY COURT lst row: P. Snyder, P. Kloiber, L. Wharton, P. Herron. 2nd row: G, Lyman A Lundberg L Bodry K Johnston, M. Klebe. 3rd row: D. Mercer, l.. Smith, H. Marple, N. Buermann M Althouse Q . f i ' . tb , . fi :x'li'?'. f . 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