St Annes School - Synopsis Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA)

 - Class of 1945

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E .Fw W I. .rwwng Ezeeteanwwzbeu PM find We Q. Captain Aa Season Star owe is fe S0 ' 0,26 312: -'-" .0 of ' l Sue Twining, pl shgitmt' 600 Q111' . sf-,toner Annes basxemeu :et fre 5,3111 ' 9, Chev? year, was elected c C011 xo +300 55 1 --gvwe team by the 18 membx edged msg CW et Robfn .A sity class on January six-g,?1 A-'ite 05 mee lg 'ggticll days later, the first Za GQYW' eu!" K,bu,o'i'5,6e.e'1 . no V I lseason was Played at La .gui 15,9009 We Y' 1 99 .5005 Q b Prospects tor'the baske .snqtlca Wi, W .oy ov we 9' Nqtoycv cl NP Q son this,year are very 93' nsgqtvx me NW :S A058 eagxse Cav Q5 9 60 4963, j accqrding to Miss Gaines 00 ooxl We-gtfoe ,mask-1 eafolf' DW- 0 Q 1- QGQSWQQV ball coach. Several- of the time-CV get 51,501 moi ,owe 4 605 99 Q, Q90 s6'4?.g- 985' players of last year Cine.-3099 01452 9,0963 1 Q05 have GX Y Q g 00 4, X,59,o,5P JA Sally Dodson, Virginia Harris. aevx 1 9911. awk. 0 Wd, ff tg 109 5 Q ofg Ne? 3,9649 ovfsqir' Gahmhle. Speedy Ellxot and Cagxs 110 qw,-xi and zu. wie' 4 00 Cx .og-fxx,',v?0'.fv ,955 i Twuungl hawfe returned, and hieeef' sen,-5. txgdbv Q Webb me nw ve av Gaines. mentxoned two new gn mon cuss 0 AO .,e?'g,so4, O 's-Gs Ni? Q' Cynthxa Fowle and Laura McKnighwgxt, ad' 3, ,gb bw 49 9' o who have to date evidenced a grea. B ,Q -e-'bb-Q '9 Avi-19-ro 99-if - -deal of talent. Cynthia played. .0-3 i5.'7'1f95.94,. ob' qq'.Y5-W against us with Lane High last year. OR ef' se.'b.g. dy 5,59 '35, 6:5 Forwards are taking over fifty 1 'bbeft Q9 v"N6"5, we Q practice shots every day and train- 'J' Q 8,99 59 QQ'-", ing rules have been in effecf ,,S5'.3'-" aojg' ji for sometime. With hard work an' 45,5999 59 ,lf more school support. we should hav BON A "',-9' 4, Y? . . a very successful team: so good lu P 'Kiev 3.5" to Captain Twisting and her te 'd - 0 xfgg lhex-e's to a bigger and be ' 090, .ltetball season fur 1945! 0 I , . on ,X The varsity class ' ' - J' 'l .the following 'gif' wovgs I E W' anuafr 21, Ann , GuardS:-9" xsh A ' 9- ' Tyger I z Dodson, ' Yx .190 5495599 '- - - P Gfqf l Ha11r" A55 V9 QQ... of - I . .f K"',mW' P99 e-Mei. e1'9e+"g1' L E l - 00 el. ef xo 9.54 , na. Bfnmx ......e. egge ggeg,e3,iQXge:.eg,.e.,'g, zzgggesf ,fjyeiiiigdfng afgggn... .Ann l.e-L99 axe of, xg. ,meqetg 6.50019 dawg she cowl: soon bi: in mg D, C' .eraj .Twlmng. -2396095 5906 Q0 51156599 wg 0,1-P" Qgpq, the gre cl Whip th awe evifajl 01,1559 . 35513 'eeX9e1fi,cW gvzweiegxog. of 19042, ,lip V t ease rgggh S!Jgf311t gh: 31' I I . 5 ' ' 1 .. 4' ,eff ee0,o0v,,i9'9 Q66 0' 199' .49 :ER daugheer when sh? P1-0,653 With! t 92:01. gxgvoccav Q,eoQ3: yQ '1pVnu:?.o,S::n ?o,,atgL Ee in the Rfglajned Zluef 3 92- 69 -gp -' V . MMV' W 1, al- ' ive 01 e '- ef- -ee -P' WS -1 W' stew' G 8 fhe c 17395 -ee--Q fe 0't1w".,?2.2e' waz? f ee err' . , , ,mm Lbs 558 -yt the . reg , -, "Synopszs" Staff Prepares Bintigcffffff rseglltffyerx'cgfeea-bestnwiilgh affine . Q l 9 0 E, I To Meet March I Deadlme " ffm.-ferfgxi, yuan 'if""ey.x1e: Speed, rfjdfeijj -- W. ., . me 'egg evenedene WW Qnwoe in J. H . ggi' 1-Abu devgtl-196565 wo! that up . 0 Q9 Bh05gs,m53 ova' 1:25056 jill' ,.- I' mo' ' fuon W' yn-:KW , 91912-bi ' Spfing b' " menu' I 1. i x at 7 ,,,, 'Y ' ' W' ' f- ' J - .ff J 'v --1,4,,L:'h1',.ll.-1.11.15 , -,gd 4 ' , 4 , , ' q ,. vv--Q--. -.v-1:..-1,-Q-2-,: -"3-'-"ii c""" W" ': 'T-t ,YT -J -I' -' V ' A ' ' ' .- ' - - 1 . ,Q . . 'cg . - 'X' --ev, -, -,,,T?J ,iq-,H ' AEA' -I 79 V V whim I , ami' ' agfwisgsugade 2,21 Freshmen' Win Bond .item of, 22,,.,inX cane.: Wm, 19 some Yeeq ' o me Miss Ruebush-Mrs. Carter 6' 'ergo The ,Freshman cms. mer A 10, an "-"' F' 0 1 n a k, n a gui Several St. Anne's girls accom- I'-V! 012001: to ' at bgorgeggmgns ioszjarormig .5 1 0 ' ,el panned by faculty members attended. 'I ,gt 00, 01, , nh 12.400. A1- Lfhe hxlrriasi recellxly gf Mis? Ado- ,fffsy Zffdayx Of Jfql' lied anivgunt so! money ine ue us to r. rvin arter. 0' In ' gr 9 t t th t tal, New with the .faculty this year, Miss Ahnegfafhsf Q! fiber- 28 Q04 phrgfnogzsggfasxorsfitowas Ruebush graduated from Vanderbiltgdby 54116, 'baiyfa 0 ,G I 11,8 that the ,lumber of bonds University in 1942, high in her class Nqr 18015, 5014, 64' QQZSOQ lffssg ed ' more work than the 0' '3i,2:":h:fa:si fi,eZ:eJ'?0n'? fe t gf me om, V' rs' a Q 0.1-' p ' fo f o e second prize 01510 in war continue to teach her Letin classes s,g,bgf71-4-I be chef' spec? dogg' ps goes to the sophomore cms, and as sponsor, help 'the Junior class iq ag- 'Ui' Ti, ada 'J - h h 17 be ds I ed d th . with its trials ancitribulations. uf"'Pn f,f""Qr 30" 4-15 6'-'gbfa' pl-gf, gf gg mllzggpg :non gg "we 6 0,5 "eff" ef .Vie 3 4'0ef,"f buf he Junior class with 5 bonds pledg- ",2gs'?"' 77,1 e'f0!' ,,,a"'7a,t. be-Y ,feond were ,ed, .uobsmi w0a,,,5 ,econ Par ,wtZ1e,,e0ere, ,hfzyfif 'Iihe as-st prize il s ses war bona , .PAQ p J 0,912 9 N U ,G .9 ,ia Q ,mt e which will be presented to the! N,fv6,'-'Q 5, Paved 911591, G-Ped 904- I 61,900 le Freshman class in Lane High audi- gfogeo pinot' Q 95019 eq'-v 01813 ,mg herded by ' '0 torium sometime in the neu' future. Q ,, 4' 61 ded .-9' he e R At this time other schools will also f5'10'q"'q,e bi? ., V L'1q:?'9-X' Ngo' ,,:"'l', 5053! receivetheir prizes in the contest. Qc?voq'4"qog." que' 41 6. '2 defeavvq Maine, 'M Theitotals are: H D 052' x0 '-35253 9'5" 1 , Cl N bo ds , ko'-6003-f 0, 45- Q, 5, I A l. ass, o n V Amt. i -1, owe 943' 'ERN my 4 . me -1 N r Q -. 6 Nzior .................. 1................325,000 tgefsff' .,b'l9'3,?"bs 45" 4, ale Nd A C-eww , ,Lior -........e... so......... z,ooo f, ei -v ,Q -5' ff 6' ,e wav of -sophomore ..........17.........g..... 16,000 fo of' N Q3 97" '3' E B0 Q et. .,.i, 0 .fir N A0 - ge. Freshman .........19.............,.. 1z,ooo -.oazyqzgg-Q5 ybggskgy K "' L-1' W " . Q: or " 4 4 - - 42 55.000 Q-fuvisv 9- QQTLCQOQVQJQ , S W! by 2? et' JV. 914 hog' ee' ff' ive? l A 9099 Q Swv gp 06. LNQQ ,559 6 ,QQ ' - e',7e"1w.e4""'Q 0' '-A J' V 'vo Q50 9 ben ova sos? 4,5 4 9 4, 'v e 0 .fu ov ,'b96,Qvb5.9' Qglxgiwef IQSSPIQ QQG 6? A '0A,9 is 0, .- A. S 'kR?d"'e,4v9.4"Zo49d em is f e",sr""e 20" J-'R 'Ya-, 1 as 5' w fpabbumesoqv glitz o ' ff. b P a Ycflf ' U? e-wr' e , fx" 'og' foo b 4? " Ml., tic cw A Big - bee'-e'Qo' 474-'Z' "'e'3's" .gf Q QF 'Q-?,e ' 0 0 . - QI ' I For .Budde fwve,33-?q0Oo65S'.9q5 0-S ,bee D 'yqvloo 90+ 1309 ogecembfb 755 gioybn :fi oZbx?+qii'?'e0"kib sisifei . e me Pffif Han cgaigbxs csc a Ooxbdozwoi.fb05LQ'7l,,'vqe,0"3o"o4qf Our Senior Athletic Association rg' in Mgmnds Fomggefw F0 Roy " ,o"6,'5' gf' 5? 5:9962 o Seve representative, Lee Robertson, has e St- what Qfoear. Missweax- 4 6. 55 419989000 since Christmas vacation officially 0,-th or essiul Y Y of we Yecenl- N4-'59 LQ. '5',,'F Itaken over instructing the 5th and ana Succw aireetocd in am gxub 4' Wioogio ,ff 6th grade in sports. Miss Gaines, me vt A A255 1, 10' 1 ew' Q? 6' he Athletic Director, states that her d' ctwities me PWR' 5 tha' eq por- fb? rotege is doing a good job and will a , , ' t X ievf mat,,afied'ananwPXc wether . . erm- ake an excellent Uphys. edfjnteach- cw nY and '-129 an ' 'ties wh A Wlnte Words if she continues " Bvnsnu v2 Ei bei aug: BBC ggnivfs 3.5 - U eiw to swfioiieitv- Puller! 0' - ' ' fi l . Xi img' 9 i EX LIBRIS USYNUlPSlSw 1945 Annual Publication SAINT ANNEBS SCHOOL Charlottesville, Virginia ANNUAL STAFF CD69 Editor-in-Clzizg' Lois ANN LEI-IMAN Associate Editor PAT BANCROFT Business M imager Associate Business M anafwr ANN GORDON BETTY MULYIOLLAND Literagi Edilors ELIZABETH GGLESBY LAURA MCKNIGIi'I Phologrnplpl Edilnrs ROSALIE GAMBLE KIOAN NIC!-IOLL Ar! Edilors BARBARA LEACHMAN A MARY Lou PONDER Staff . . . Dedication . Faculty . . Senior Class . Other Classes Organizations Sports . . . Activities . . Faculiv Adviser Miss CECELIA GAINES CONTENTS 14? PA GE 4 5 6 7 35 451 51 55 jeilimfim .... 0 MUCH wisdom so forcefully and yet kindly given-this is the gift to us from a dynamic little person to whom we in turn affectionately dedicate our annual, in hopes that from her example we may learn the directness of approach and the clearness of vision necessary for the more abundant life into which we are so hopefully going: ' Miss PAULA DRESSER i5l FACULTY AND STAFF 9613 ELIZABETH BROOKE COCHRAN ........ ..... . Principal B.A., Wheaton Collegeg M.A., University of Virginia PAULA DRESSER ..,....... .......... . Assixlanl Prz'nczQbal B.A., Iowa State Teachers Collegeg M.Ed., University of Cincinnatig Graduate Work, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music HAZEL IRENE BEARD ................... Piano B.A., Western Maryland Collcgeg B.M., New England Conservatory of Music VELMA M. BOAZ ................... English B.A., Randolph-Macon WOIHHD,S Collegeg Graduate Work, University of Virginia ADELINE REUEUSI-I CARTER ................. Latin B.A., Vanderbilt Universityg Graduate Work, University of Virginia HERBERT A. DONOVAN QTHE REVERENDD ......... Bible, Chaplain B.D., Virginia Theological Seminaryg M.A., Liberia Collcgeg Temple University, Columbia University CBard Collegej MARY WHITE DUKE ................. Malhemalzios B.A., Converse Collegeg Graduate Work, Columbia University and University of Virginia CECELIA GAINES .... . ........... Physical Education B.S., University of Virginia MARY W. GASTON ............. . . Nurse JUDITH CARTER GIBSON ............ . Librarian Dre:-:ler School of Library Science ROBERTA HOLLINGSWOR'FH .............. . Spanish B.A., Goucher Collegeg Ph.D., University of Virginia ALICE M. JONES ............... Primagf Deparlmenl Special Work, University of Virginia and Peabody Conservatory ELIZABETH HAR'F KELLEY ........... Inlarmediale Department Farmville State Teachers College, Special VVork University of Virginia ROY LAND ............. ..... . . Dramalics B.S. and M.S. in English, University of Virginiag B.A. in Library Science, University of Michigan NANNIE M. MCCANDL.ISH ........ English, Mallzamalics, Housomolher CATHERINE MAR'fIN ........ Piano, Choral M1zsic, Mzzsz'o Apj1reoz'alz'on Florida State College for Womeng University of Virginiag Choral Work under George Kreuger of Westminster Choir School ANNE MITCHELL ......... ' . . ........ Secrelagf Graduate, Fairfax Hall junior College DORCAS D. PERRENOUD ................. French Graduate, "Academic de Neuchatelf' Oflicier cl'Aeademieg Founder and Former Directrcss of French House, University of Chicago AUGUSTA BLUE RANDOLPH ................ Hislogi B.A., Bryn Mawr College: M.A., University of Virginia, Graduate Work at Columbia University LOUISE M. ROBINSON ................. Housemolher BROOKS JOHNSON SILVETTE ................. Art B.A., University of North Carolinag M.A., Columbia University MARGARET CLAPP TODD ................. Science B.S., Iowa State College MARY GRAVES WADDELL ...,......... Primagf Department B.A., Randolph-Macon Womzm's Collegeg M.A., University of Virginia ANNE GOODYEAR WALKER ............. Dormilogz Director di 6 It 'ua- SENICR CLA S S SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ' "-1-rv RUTH KEMPER, President IQOSALIE GAMBLE, Vice-President Miss PAULA DRESSER, Sponsor VIRGINXA HARRIS, Secretagf SALLY DODSON. TVWISUTEV 'f S P CDo70ffgy 8080171 GB0ff0w Mf 1 1 ' ' r l 1,1 , 4 , N X ,Q I ff ' 1 1 1 I l1'I 'Z-"7 . f" X f ' .f' 1! , I I -'- ,' ' . "7" if , .4 , Q l , , . - 1 .1 , I , I X g 1: M if I 4 ' f fl J I f , J ,. ff" , , . ' , A. f ' f if fx fi , 7. 1 iq' I I ' I I v K H I xy ,J . , Q I White Team Athletic Association, III, IV Volleyball Color Team, III Foollights Club, III, IV Secretary, Footlights Club, IV The Rivals' Lilllr lfVnnmz Twelfth Nzglzt Glcc Club, III, IV Secretary, Glec Club, III Curb and Chain Club, III Bar! lfzmwn Far: 'flayun Oyshturl, " Boing V' Boogie-Woogie fl9l - 5 1 5 gf if 5 7' 'N '97 6 Lk L. Q. in CSN 5 sm I .Q White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Varsity Hockey, II, III, IV Junior Varsity Basketball, III, IV Second Hockey Color Team, II, III, IV Second Basketball Color Team, II Captain, Second Hockey Team, IV Footlights Club, II, III, IV zlflariy Hapjyz Relurm Skventeen W'a,lJpin' lfVl1aff Lillie W'omen Glee Club, II, III, IV Modern Dancing, III Dramatics Editor, Greenway Grapevine, IV Bef! Known For: "Before and After" " Consumers Research" "Oh, isn't that rule!" fl10l Qxfnfze ,Cee Cause!! ' 'ANNEU Charlottesville, Virginia 1942-1945 Ylereffz Furs! Chase CCDERETHB, Charlottesville, Virginia , 1941-1942 - 1943-1945 ' ' 1 1-Btfff 'L' 7 ew 20 Q. 'L K o K -9 , X N- 'fi 45 'Il x J ' I gf 'rg 4 C. of I if N 34 71335 Gold Team af . 's O Athletic Association, III, IV 3 E7 Varsity Hockey, III, IV Q-1.4, varsity Basketball, III, IV Modern Dancing, III First Basketball Color Team, III, IV ki S Glee Club, II, III Advertising Manager, Glee Club, III Footlights Club, III Business Manager, Greenway Gmpevifze, IV Advertising Manager, Greenway Grapevine, IV Bert Iilzown For: Big noise from Winnetka Flat top Chapel promptnessC?J 'llll Sarafz Freeman Dodson "SALLYw - HIJODSONN New Orleans, Louisiana 1943-1945 .ff f,.,-,. Gold Team Athletic Association, III, IV President, Athletic Associatio Treasurer of Class, III, IV Varsity Hockey, III, IV Captain, Hockey Team, IV Varsity Basketball, III, IV fic' 4' f' ' ,f 1' ! .441 fi I illl ,. f"ll K' ,fi jfxiwffi f54U"fXf' J If C I fkifiwbbbjfr ff, M,,.jf2", l J, III, ,A K 'fir wk ,, ,Q , ,wk . 1,1 C' , f f ff .wi -' 59415-' ffl! ,Q bt, ' If I,-T ' V ,x friff' 5, ' AQ l -"1 Tgijjw' , ,,o,-gzffafaf ff .fe f ff-f nIV , L ,6ff,a.ag2i, K , Ka L45 .f First Hockey Color Team, III, IV ,-"IM I ff, I,-' First Basketball Color Team, III, IV Assistant Editor, Greenway Grafnevine, M' Sports Editor, .Sfynop.rz's, III Footlights Club, III, IV Glee Club, IV Bax! Known For,- Practical jokes Bottle-blond Dues ff Qidiffef lf lx 'J 1. Ill ig' V I 5 I J gfdlfjff Eafirfz Fazzlcofzer CCGLADYSH Charlottesville, Virginia 1943-1945 i 4 1 l White Team Athletic Association, III, IV Modern Dancing, III Footlights Club, IV Bexl Known For: -fl True C'orjzs.vz'o1zs Magazine '37 and no brakes Baby talk 5l 511125172 LUenefz'a Fafwcus UVENISH 93 gQL,BCFkShIFC, England 1942-1945 Q f f ,jf PEL' .4 f 'ff , P ,wllgff F ff' If 1 . I ff' W ' n Q '- 4, x95,ffI5f1i" " f 5. V A if. .gs E Maki 0 l Q 1 lp ' ,J jay' I gf. E I :A ' -' ' M ' ,- f .. NWS Q. I If he V: I ' 'S ' Ax 117,25 ,l' all A 6 - 1 1 - Aisiyr A Nr Maid?-fb 2,-Ag QE! lf' I ' ik agagrial " A' ' an I gl' WQV L, 'll' JA I Q lv L 'lk 36 . I L! U . ex' f I if 1 ga, H 4 Al 5.4, V rg EQIP' ,, iff bbwli 'I , : ,ji ,. ffl larva' i A ,m,f,f,,Qf" I i?" QW , .if ld ,eff -V gy' 2 5 ,f f Wm - 4' 1 f eam ' 'Isl Athlotic Association, II, III, IV 52 ,Q h, . h Y ,M Second Hockey Color Team, IV f anim Varsityrfcnnis, II, III . F S21 ,ff 1 odcrn Dancmg, II ,Mb Footlights Club, II, III, IV Make-Up Director, Footlights Club, III, IV Glee Club, III, IV Treasurer, Glec Club, IV Service Council, IV Best Known For: Overseas boxes "Sh-h-h, I can't hear!" Ye olde Shuffle 'l14l I W fl ' ' Ulflljjgilwl Zifffww W ,af fd Ml W Milf Eleanor 7QsaIz'e gamble 'CRODIEI' Charlottesville, Virginia 1941-1945 'Vg' Gold Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Class President, II Class Vice-President, IV Varsity Hockey, III, IV Varsity Basketball, III, IV Captain, Second Hockey Team, IV Captain, Second Basketball Team, III First Hockey Color Team, III, IV First Basketball Color Team, III, IV Varsity Tennis, III, IV Modern Dancing, II Footlights Club, II, III, IV Sevenleen I-Iapjgv Relzmzr The Rivals Lillie Womm May Court, II Glee Club, I, II, III, IV President, Glee Club, III, IV Business Manager, Greenwqv Grapevine, III Literary Editor, Syrzopsis, III Photography Editor, .Sjfno,h.rix, IV Best Knozwz For: Front half of the motor scooter Big feet in toclcss tennis shoes Poise I15lM iUz'fgz'1zzd gleafzor Harf'zk CCGINNIEH Ottawa, Kansas 1943-1945 It Pe.-A5J?5f + 77' n QW ft WJ df.. JW.. JW 7 Q:f,al-M-Q'f"'ff , Ja? Wwydrji Gold Team Athletic Association, III, IV Class Secretary, III, IV Varsity Hockey, IV Varsity Basketball, III, IV Captain, Gold Team, IV First Basketball Color Team, III, IV First Hockey Color Team, III, IV Athletic Council, IV Footlights Club, III, IV Promptcr, Footlights Club, IV Glec Club, IV Editor-in-Chief, Greenway Gm,beUiruf, Bas! Known For .' "Hail, O Kansas U!" Tailored suits Dentyne chewing-gum ilfil I V 7"' Terry Tqvnfz m.S'f67'77Zd7Z "BETTY" - CCHOSTERMANBB Charlottesville, Virginia IW, mil ,QWMQ O i ,aww Z White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV First Baseball Color Team, II Footlights Club, II, III, IV Business Manager, Footlights Club, III Lilllc Women Glcc Club, II, III, IV Librarian, Glec Club, IV Best Known For: Sigma Chi Pin " Where are the kcys?', joints, double and otherwise wr 1 8.3.6-K-1 E-f..LLi-i Eng- . . - ' .,- - ' ll, ' , , . ' G41 ,J ,144 I-PJ - l"S..i'LJN-ll ' ' . TL 'L - ' ,e-,,-.-.,L4-:LIL l-Qin-54-4-AW .-.M Dgirg ,H ,L 444 V V' - ,, , ,V V I . 5 ,0,,,A.m,A.-I..-st. "g'q,fLJ-AJS 'QQ-'L'-H"""i '-Q-ff-Q"fr g-A-fn-LA '14 :A kC'L,,j,cf' vii' 'fffiil-'5 ,VL I' s Q Q A et. V, , 'Iwi' -, - 1.14, 1. f- ','-,-Jr 15's "f"""fL' fl " It "LL ' "' if " " ' "fl, KU- --'. - .. I- LJ 1 ' V , .. .1 "+-- gli- - - N , . .wh-., -f ' ', 3,1 I Ci lvl" , 'h . J - ff 15 .A A I ,, 4. -5 1 l ' -g u . , -, fy l 1 '. V. . . .3 , , kliuusfh . ' , I " '-f3Tfvkn,- L gui l ll .5 , Q rv, 0' " Q . . ' ' ' Y' - '- .. ' f I 'Y 11 -- 'P - N . , . , 1 . , 1 . 'LE ' J I A D, , I' If . , X, ."3.l1n,2.l-. 'N I F Qjmtzz eesee , cc as FLIT I 4 Bluefield, West Virginia 1943-1945 v fi l ,l AL, I n l - - . Q, - . ',f L . Kal' "'- e,-- " I-u-:-" ' Gold Team Athletic Association, III, IV Footlights Club, III, IV Glee Club, III, IV Best Known For: Flitmoos on the Sen Chasing butterflies Good disposition ior board IIS? W ,, c...,,, ,- A! , . f Xl,- , .I ' --11. . I' 'k"L'-Kkf: , ,L,.N I ,V ., . , V har' 1 7 .1 an I x. K , -- 1 ,7- ' .,, a..-- " . , P.. ,f Q16 67dZ'7Z6 'UKUTHN CHndnnau,CHno 1942-1945 .fra .s N,-,A ' ' , .--g,!'Cf"- ,I - VN' T xl Af' N-v"7 White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Class Athletic Representative, II Class Secretary and Treasurer, II Class Vice-President, III Class President, IV Varsity Hockey, II, III, IV Varsity Basketball, III, IV Modern Dancing, II First Basketball Color Team, III, IV First Hockey Color Team, II, III, IV First Baseball Color Team, III, IV Footlights Club, II, III, IV Advertising Manager, Footlights Club, III Stage Ivianager, Footlights Club, IV Glec Club, II, III, IV Business Manager, Synopsis, III Bzrsl Ifnown For: CincinnaTAH Emciency Erger Bervers wi 35336 I. I l ,L I, w - 'I 351 Gold Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Varsity Hockey, III, IV Second Hockey Color Team, III First Hockey Color Team, IV Footlights Club, II, III, IV Costume Committee, II, III Costume Committee, Chairman, II Aflaker rj Dreams A Question rj Figures Glec Club, I, II, III, IV Best Known For: Arguing Hair combs Nickie and Goliath il20I 73afrz'cz'a Q1 7272 .Qzlzgbf C C 3 Charlottesville, Virginia 1941-1945 fBar6afzz lfikzfe "W1sNDY,' Arlington, Virginia r ,Qziachffzan 1941-194565, ll new r 'nl' ',59" W L. . ,ie o 'KM rf WM White Team , Athletic Association, II, III, IV Athletic Council, II, III, IV Varsity Hockey, II, III, IV Captain, Second Hockey Team, II First Hockey Color Team, III, IV junior Varsity Basketball, III, IV Second Basketball Color Team, III, Footlights Club, II, III, IV Make-Up Director, Footlights Club, II Glce Club, I, IV ' Reporter, Greenway Grapevine, III Art Editor, Greenway Grapevine, IV Associate Editor, Synop.f1'.r, III Art Editor, 1SjlIl0105I5, IV Service Council, II, III Chairman, Service Council, IV Curb and Chain Club, III IV Bef! Known For: Posters Grover's station wagon Custodian for bookstore i21lL , ,J , . off' wet 1' ff IWMMM White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Varsity Hockey, II, III, IV Varsity Basketball, IV First Hockey,Color Team, III, IV First Basketball Color Team, III, IV Modern Dancing, II Secretary, Footlights Club, III Vice-President, Footlights Club, III Treasurer, Footlights Club, IV Seventeen Happy Relurnx The Rivals Little IVomen The Maker Qf Dreams Glee Club, II, III, IV Humor Editor, Greenway Grapevine, II News Editor, Greenway Grapevine, IV Advertising Manager, Greenway Gmpeuine, III Literary Editor, Synopsis, III Editor-in-Chief, Synopsix, IV Best Known For: Other half of motor scooter Chocolate cake for breakfast Mimicking l22l ,Cazs Q!f727Z ,Ce man Charlotteswlle, Vlfglnla farm gordon ,Qndsay C4J'EAN79 Charlottesville, Virginia 1941-1945 15- fam jf,-5, X7 ,ut I :..fi.Q, ,SAVKAWW , 5' NT ff' . White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Varsity Hockey, IV junior Varsity Basketball, III, IV Second Hockey Color Team, I, II, IV First Hockey Color Team, IV Second Basketball Color Team, II, III, IV Footlights Club, II, III, IV Advertising Manager, Footlights Club, II, III Assistant Stage Manager, Footlights Club, IV Bar! Known F or: "What would happen if I did this?"- in Chemistry class Green elephant Flopping arms and legs i25lr 6.9JlLlfL.Jf PJJI-xlse-Savlvm elsif-I' Dau! o.lpi,.,-31,5115 9,,,g,,gglA,,J'f xLQ1QJ.Lq.xfLbf.Su-Li-gas,-a-x 13-Aiwa. 'ww1.c....llL,..-Ly,..f.4- .f9o1'.v.1,9..A- ummm-1. Gold Team Athletic Association, III, IV Soccer Color Team, III Second Hockey Color Team, IV Modern Dancing, III Footlights Club, III, IV Vice-President, Footlights Club, IV The Rivals Little Women Glee Club, III, IV Service Council, IV Best Known For: 'S The Maine Ideau Bangs Spelling l24lL 00"-Lk:-I'h.a1-l'Ltcu-C-..QJJ'C,0,fIu 'w....m.. Dom.. L61-Q51 afze ,Qzzgee c'LoUGEE" Limerick, Maine 1943-1945 aura hccz' QZYQ' nz' fzf K MLAURAU Charlottesville, Virginia 1944-1945 xl A CQ 4,,,,YLL4,1. ox "'-'MA S 9 hi :5 - 5, x1V'U'I.AJ'owN . lbtk, I White Team Athletic Association, IV Athletic Council, IV Varsity Hockey, IV Varsity Basketball, IV Captain, White Team, IV First Hockey Color Team, IV First Basketball Color Team, IV Footlights Club, IV - Literary Editor, .Sjnup.ri.r, IV Rex! Known For: Week-ends at Annapolis Head bands Brainstorms in Senior meetings l25l IQ'f6arz'7ze m1113072 Jl'G'c'hz'e CCBOO73 Charlottesville, Virginia ' 1941-1945 I i P ii I lA.f'P1'1l V1-fu'-55 DKVJQL 0.1 ' i , L- 12-0 I i Gold Team Athletic Association, II, IV Footlights Club, II Glee Club, I, II, III, IV Best Known For: Giggling " Ivy, Virginia" Tossing people out of her dilapidated station wagon 'l26l fpezczff J f f" kzfiafd 6' White Team Athletic Association, III, IV Varsity Hockey, IV junior Varsity Basketball, III Captain, Second Hockey Color T Second Basketball Color Team, Glee Club, III, IV Footlights Club, III, IV President, Footlights Club, IV The Rivals The Maker Qf Dreams Lillie Women Tweylll Night Reporter, Greenway Grapevzhe, III Best Known Far: Procrastination Atomizer Lovable nature l27l 'Qr' 2' .5 wwf' .J X .N v q-. J""" b. -Y df yi W", J af I x +V 1 W' I. 4 1:5 if J My if J, 1' .. rn! Jfkr' ,iuril ,fr 'A' Q32-J' T Af , S Jw White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Athletic Council, IV Varsity Hockey, I, II, III, IV Varsity Basketball, II, III, IV First Basketball Color Team, II, III, IV First Hockey Color Team, I, II, III, IV Glce Club, II Footlights Club, II, III, IV Property and Sets, III Greenway Grapevine Staff, III Secretary, Curb and Chain Club, III Altar Guild, I, II, III, IV Bei! Known For: Chair Chairman First Aids' favorite victim Gcncrosity 'l28l Sami ,Qie Qberfson NLRB" Danville, Virginia 1941-1945 Yy ,- ,gb I ' ti' fi, V! Shsafz ojbpell Tf1e1z'7zz'7zg HTWINGH Ridgclicld, Connccticut 1941-1945 Q's.p x , i White Team Athletic Association, II, III, IV Vicc-President, Athletic Association, II Class Vicc-President, II Class President, III Varsity Hockey, III, IV Varsity Basketball, II, III, IV Captain, Basketball Team, IV First Hockey Color Team, III, IV First Basketball Color Team, III, IV Nloclcrn Dancing, II Glcc Club, I, IV Footliglits Club, IV Reporter, Grrrrnwzy Crnjmvinrf, II Altar Guild, III, IV Presiclcnt, Curb and Chain Club, III Best lfrzown F ar: Spikc-hecled shoes Sports New York wr V in '4l'aL.., ., f fs' X if-yn iY Y A My 'Wifi ,. in Pk it! xiyfii LSA, Gold Team Athletic Association, III, IV Modern Dancing, III Dramatic Club, III, IV Best Known F or: Naturalness Her men Norfolk drawl 13 0 Beiverfy lyhziehursf "SHORT" Norfolk, Virginia 1943-1945 BOTTOM, DOROT!-IY CAssrzI,I., ANNE . CHASE, DERETII . DODSON, SALLY . FAULCONER, GI.ADYS FAwc:us, Vl5NE1'IA GAMBLE, ROSALIE HARRIS, VIRGINIA HOSTRRMAN, BETTY Kisissicu, Mrrzi . KIEMPER, RUTH . KNlGlI'l', PAT . . LEAGIIMAN, BARBARA T.m1IMAN, Lois ANN LINDSAY, ,IRAN . Louomz, JANE . . MCKNIGI'IT, LAURA MICIIIE, CATI-IIQRINIL Ox's1'1aR,jAN1s . . PoNDIsR, MARY Lou IQOBERTSON, LEE . TWINING, Sun . . WIII1'I5IIURs'I', Buvmu, DllRlEC'll'ORY SlENllOR . 103 Powhatan Parkway, Hampton, Virginia . . . . 919 Rugby Road, Charlottesville, Virginia . P. O. Box 1313, University, Charlottesville, Virginia 517 Federal Building, New Orleans 12, Louisiana . . . . . . . . . "Mt. Falcon," Route 2, Charlottesville, Virginia cfo Mrs. hlarshall Price, Box 245, Coconut Grove Station, Miami 33, Florida 933 Rugby Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 306 South Locust, Ottawa, Kansas . . Rugby Road, Charlottesville, Virginia . 634 College Avenue, Bluefield, West Virginia . . . . . 38 Arcadia Place, Cincinnati 8, Ohio "Locust Grange," Ivy Road, Charlottesville, Virginia . . 1412 George Mason Drive, Barcroft Apartments, Arlington, Virginia Meadowbrook Hills, Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Wayside Place, Charlottesville, Virginia Limerick, Maine Preston Court Apartments, Charlottesville, Virginia 1905 Dairy Road, Charlottesville, Virginia R. F. D. 4, Easton, Maryland . . . 316 Suffolk Road, Baltimore 18, Maryland 126 West Main Street, Danville, Virginia "Dunwurkin,'i Limestone Road, Ridgefield, Connecticut Y . . ...... 1409 Monterey Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia i51l LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 9567 E, THE Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-five of St. Anne's School, Charlottesville, Virginia, being of sound mind, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. ARTICLE I SECTION 1: To St. Anneis School, we leave our gratitude, our loyalty, and the traditions we have tried to start. SECTION 2: To the succeeding Senior Class, we leave our Senior Room with hopes that they will keep it cleaner than. we did. SECTION 3: To Miss Cochran, we leave thanks for the good times we have had at St. Anneis and for the principles she has tried to instill in us. SECTION 4: To Miss Dresser, our Sponsor, we leave our gratitude for her sympathy and under- standing, and regrets for any grey hairs we may have caused her. ARTICLE II I, DoRo'rHY Bo'rToM, leave my posed poise to Betty Mulholland in hopes that she can put it on as well as I have. I, .ANNE CASSELI., leave my articles on how to reduce to Speedy Elliott so that she can get into anybody's gym suit. I, DERETPI CHASE, leave my interesting and varied chapel lateness excuses to Theo Earp whose own have worn out. I, SALLY DoDsoN, leave to Batten my golden locks to save the sun the trouble of bleaching hers next summer. I, GLADYS FAULCONER, leave my parking space in front of Mad Hall to Martha Berry. I, VENETIA FAwc:Us, leave my neat appearance to Miss Mitchell. I, RODIE GAMBLE, leave my green checked suit to one of Grover's horses to be used as a blanket. I, VIRGINIA HARRIS, leave my figure and neat appearance to Pat Ross to be used to the best advantage. . I, BETTY Hos'rERMAN, leave the names and addresses of all the boys in all the fraternities to next year's Senior Class, in case they want to have a dance. I, MITZI KEESEE, leave my tiny feet to Virginia Morton hoping she can balance on them after her lOM's. , I, RUTH KEMPER, leave my executive ability to Camilla Merriman which may or may not help matters. I, PAT KNIGHT, leave my dog to the school so that Pungyo can teach him some manners. I, BARBARA LEACI-IMAN, leave my title as the Iattest Senior to Barbara Benner so that she can start working on it now. I, Lots ANN LEHMAN, leave my close friendship with Rodie Gamble to be divided equally among her crushes. I, JEAN LINDSAY, leave my knowledge of other countries I have been to, to Mrs. Randolplfs classes to make the history more interesting. I, ,IANE LOUGEE, leave that certain type of charm to Moose so that she can vamp the Chancellor boys next year. I, LAURA MGKNIGHT, leave a train ticket to Annapolis to any student who is interested--I can take the bus from Swarthmore. I, Boo IVIICHIE, leave a book ol' Ivy hockey rules to the hockey class so that they can study for their tests. I, .IANE OYS1'ER, leave that contagious laugh to Danna Cole, if she can catch it. I, MARY Lou PONDER, leave my artistic talent and temperament to Flossie Harvey. I, LEE ROBliR'I'SON, leave my many years at St. Anne's to anyone who wants them. I, SUE TX4'INING, leave Iny love for athletics to .lane Barr although I have no idea what she'd do with it. I, BEVERLY WIIITEHURST, leave my height to Pat Culbertson and hope that we can strike a happy medium. IN VVITNESS NVHEREOF, 'VVe, the Members of the Senior Class, have hereunto set our hand and seal this the eighth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-five. THE SENIOR CLASS fSeall. ISQI Gllllll WAY lllhllllllll ll Vol. 18, No. 2 ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. February, 1960 Miss Virginia Harris was unan- imously chosen President of the 4-H Club of Kansas. Miss Harris' hogs and steers have won many ribbons at Kansas fairs this year. Her consuming interest is bigger and better steaks. After years of extensive re- search, Miss Pat Knight has an- nounced that the chicken did come before the egg. The University Center is pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Miss Gladys Faulconer as the successor of Mrs. Walker, the Hostess of Madison Hall. The Harvard lllrrliml Jnznvml has announced with great pride that Dr. Ruth Kemper has dis- covered the cure for all allergies. Dr. Kemper insists that most of the credit should go to her guinea pig, Miss ,lean Lindsay. Mrs. Bill Curfew, the former Anne Cassell, has resumed her radio program of reducing exer- cises. Mrs. Curfew is the author of"lilow to Keep Slim and Still Use Condensed Milkf' and "My Secret Method of Making Pump- kin Pie." Miss Betty Hosterman has been chosen the National Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. A delightful ten-volume treat- ise by Mary Lou Burr Ponder on " How to Write Condensed Para- graphs" has been acclaimed the " book of the yearn for 1960. Miss Rosalie Gamble has given up her dancing career to go to New York to model shoes in odd sizes for l. Miller SL Co. Congresswoman Dorothy Bot- tom, of Virginia, startled the ll'Vc qjifclionatzrfy dlffllilfllflf this vrliiion qf is The GI'HflKI-'fl1l',, lo Ihr Claw qf 7945 whose acconzfzlislznlmLs' are fmzmvmfa' llzrnuglmzll flue worlrl.l nation recently with her filibuster before Congress on " My Dog, Rover." A prominent lawyer of Char- lottesville has informed the press that in the will of Miss Dereth Chase it is stated that she desires her body to be left to the Medical School of Virginia. Wendy Leaehman, well-known as the Elsa Maxwell of Maiiassas, Virginia, has been nominated for Mayor of that great metropolis. As Boswell is to Johnson, Miss Laura McKnight is to Annapolis. This statement might well be made about this charming lady who for the past fifteen years has aided in giving a gay, riotous spirit to the unforgettable Annap- olis week-ends. By a simple geo- metric axiom this reporter is in- clined to make a prediction. Midshipmen 2 Annapolisg Miss McKnight : Annapolis. Two things equal to the same thing are equal to each other. Mitzi Keesee has given up writing her comic strip, "The Adventures of a Flitiuonf' to marry Dr. Milquctoast, a special- ist in mental diseases. Tonight a new radio program, sponsored by thc Deluxe Atom- izer Company, starring Jane Oyster, will be heard at nine o'clock tif the star remembersl. lt can be recognized by the fa- miliar wheeze, " Henry, Henry!" " Coming, jane." Miss Sally Dodson of Sargent- villc, Maine, has taken an apart- ment in Norfolk with Miss Bev Whitehurst, the successor to Einstein. Miss Dodson is well known for winning the National Waterfiglit Championship of 1949. Her squirting experience has proved to be of great value in her work as assistant to Miss Whitehurst in the dentist's oHice where both girls are employed. After years of work on the fourth dimension, Miss Whitchurst is ready to take up a fifth. After many years of post- graduate courses at Wellesley College, Miss Lois Ann Lehman is finally able to announce her engagement to a Harvard man, Mr. Elmer Blurt. Incidentally, Miss Lehman is the author of the famous serial story, " Youlll See? hliss Sue Twining has liqui- dated her interests in the Graham Cracker Company and Choco- late Bars, Inc., and has retired to her Connecticut farm to teach kangaroos how to jump higher. At an Apache powwow yester- day, it was decided to admit Miss jane Lougee as an honorary member of the tribe. After the pipe of peace was passed, many congratulatory grunts were voiced. Miss Lee Robertson has in- vented a new type of chair easily dragged from room to room. She has kindly donated one hundred of these to St. Anne's School. Inspector Venetia Fawcus of the Scotland Yard has captured the desperate criminal, Blakely, whose only words in his defense were, "I am blameless." MICHIE GENERAL STORE, IVY, VA. Boo MICHIE, P7'0fJl'li6l76S.f Mouth Organs Snake Bite Remedy Jumping Ropes Fresh Pork i55l Senior Snapshots i 54 1' .., "' 1 ' , , - 1 s'V ., . V' - ,L44" ','L 4A t n K Z xx F 1 1 my K ffjxrkff Q7 IW fi K X U70 M gi UMD wwf W U J WW L .-' I gb UN DERCLASSES f N' , kr'-'-. -9-'f I "'f5"4"' '1-"-'1- '-' -- """"" DL..eL.fv-..,.-7 .,x ' ..4..x.f' f , ., 1. .Q,-,-1.-'fr A ' K " 4 A,-Q., ' -1 .- x..f X f, . '. .-f... an , fr 7 f I 'wk'-,uw-. c',4.,.. LA.. N u . ,. . 'Y f xr v Y 1 '4 .,4L.,,,Vp-u .-1,-g, M- ,4 I F I ' L K -. , "" -Q 1 '-.fN..' ., W f... -Y-b..a I !'.-'-,1,f- 4. 'X.s....1,-1. -. .4 "' 'LA' ' 'Af' 4 M ' 'A 4' ' . L ft.-,I tally! .an JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS V966 First Raw: HENCH, MRS. CARTER Second Row: DIDLAKB, G. MCKNIGHT, MERRITT GIGI MGKNIGHT SALLY MERRITT BETTY DIDLAKE . MARGY HENCH . . MRS. O. F. CARTER . -136 . . Presidenl . Vice-Pre.vident . . Secrelaw . . Treasurer . 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'KLYLAF 'bkrvvii QJVUL V I "Q, i 'QL N- X C J ., ,- mm, -!.' 1-, I wif K b 3 I- , How 'ML ffmt L""4 , H . , Q .Qffq 42-A f , Rm1l1'11g Le I to Right Q 7 q , fu -'ip 'L "Q 'IS if' t .4-lf-'YW.'hAf'1 . ,Er 90-IL' ,fE,LA'AAj,9, U ' V X:-.5 X12 V -f Frm Row: PURCELL, Nrcznou., Hour, N. JONES, KRIMSKY, BARR, H,ENci-iz, Elgar D A r 1,1 Sbcond Row: LARKUM, E. UNDERWOOIJ, Ross, LXPSCOMB, BAYLOR, ROGERS, BANCROF'I'fG0li1lON, N. LEEL 'W xx Third Row: B. RENWICK, Moomz, Dfxvxs, ELLIOTT, DIDLAKE, DAY,BDOCOCK, MERRITT, G.McKN1G1-rr f 'A I a " 4' M 'Z' ' cr :K MH" K u 'f , I VL 'Q bn ' L, .1 ' 5 75's"""'0"""w'13q""""- 'rw -UNO Q""'uN---u-L-'I"3 ...-'Q-qs'--,':,-Moq,v.v-O-,hX.,..,,-V. WY Wk' "7""f""'1r'O"UZ'?-'6"' - 'Q-mmm 'TN N V fx H5 X 'x A A J 1- 'X K+? :Q-5 1 's 1 .WE Q 's v Ni 1.04-Z cu.1.Q, w. i 9 ZS fs, 'E Q N fx-S my R .Q-.CJ Q, 1 fx R! 'x 'ff 5 fx! 15 N, Lx J fc 1 .xl ,X V 'wg LO S ,Nl ME XR ssh QQ Q . KV xg h :wi -ix 3 x U Q 1 42" 1-,x r Ap, Y' '? J' .r 1 xi' , K,"',." ' ,ww ' 'f 'f J., .lf X., K' - r , .VI J , I, , 'QM ' 'L SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS , V 1, ,S 1 " V eva-J 1 E. GAMBLE, E. Ocussrsv, Mlss HOl.I.INGSWORTfI, N. SFWINING, WHEATON , 'QUELIZABETH OGLESBY . .... Preshlenl 'qSr 7' ELISE GAMBLE . . . Vice-Praszkknl '7 NANCX' TWINING ..... . . . . Secrezagf N ANNE WHEATON ............ Treasurer Mlss ROBERTA I'IOLLINGSVVORTI-I . . X. Class Syzonsor N : .. 3 13 2? Q Q Z if - 3 J fl av " N 2' , , , 3' 3 f L. 3 1, U 1 6 .M Q : jiM5,i.5ifa5EN -EW Q. 32a.5w w '93, ' 5' 3 " 37: fl' pf PM 2 igiiisqieiww 1 N f J 'Y J ' 4- '- H x ..,- lb M--4. 2 . C . :ff 1, 7, J' .iw " L14 ,, , ,, , ,,, .943 f - .- . n V n V 0' f J 4 1,0 ' ' Q TT-4 Y '. .. I' If 7 ,- ,swf Q 11 Q Uid fdjf luvs. ani Tu - Un. I I Q.. af. N V: - 4 b ' ' ,Q 6, ' M I 3 4 'A ' iA5'i1j?1.h:? EJ , , . TQEQ -' Nazi! ' I I Q. ig r , X 4 L3 ' ' ' JW X? Ms 'jx L. X. ' .,-' -Q, . -iz: Q Q. X' ,gf U5 Lfffdf 1 1:1 t-Fail. I Exigm 5 ' 1 SOPHUMURJE CLAsSz1,j'i L A aQ1Q?UKYf,g,gbw'2v Q3 H X 4 Qfbfa N I bf,-14 Q3 .L Silk' : V L93 22305, Rmdmg L44 to Rzlghl M4 J-QR --mins A. q I"ir.ftRmu: IlClEl!l.,N. TWINING, Hfwwoon, Cx-1ANUTIN,SToNEv, HISLOP 4, wamflazgl Second Row: Woon, Mrimc, 'rUNS'l'AI.l., Wx-uzA1'oN, KELLY, CALDXVELL, CARRUTHERS, E. Ocsmzsfv, xiii-5,-,L A. KEANE ' ea Q 1 Thirrl Row: PAT CUI..uElz'rsoN, E. GAMBLI5, PEGAU, S. KNIGHT, BATTEN, J. G. RANDOLPH, Q' - -x N ,,, K y 5 MULI-IOLLAND, MoR'1'oN 5113. . L X, :IIA If ,I 1. E, 'Hg ,' ,i"f" P' if " A 1, .jf f - ,1 I -' I ' 5' v'N A fin fl 3 1, 4 Q' '--:I A -.. " 5' " I: ,,-7,3 J ', .1 lf 'v 1' V .J U L., ' ' n H All HAAV l jf W 'Q ' In xx, 1 J. - Lf: ' LJ -.f , '2 L '- ww Lf L -1 ff - Lf , 1.- 5 Qi W: f ., 673 Q . Ly wr C3 .aff 4 J' If . m ' D 0 4 2 A ufN'0Lm . fa 3 " 'f '4fx'J .L f-'A -02 , v , , , .3 I " XI- xr X I 1 . , YF 'I I 7 ' .Q',,, -.av -f' ' fs? - vx' sf, 1 C? 16' 'I' J-u Qv,," V N e , 'iL"',,91 4.1 ,,.f' 'KQV ,I V N rf 44- L, 4 ..' - QW? .J ,C Q-j' Iva Z1 ""s.'?L 15054-fL ff- un - M- 'Ce..,m+..,' as - w ff ' X 'L+ f5fvu1ge2.,N -'!1-r'-'1L-L- B, :V L V' 51.f,!Cf'L.'1fr'1L'- 'L-W-?'f1i' "4N"KW' Macau xi -Y-'49-"'l+"4 "1 41'-Tc!si3'l1,,f,:,1.f,4,' T Yuba-wr In-Dfw-X :L I , i Q Y- f' L I Lv.,.w.s aqusfmsau inn 'Z ,fi Q ,,f,j,a,,f A' M I'-fr 'Qu -sa me fr M I.'2Zf:'C'512.ar..sm,..ffm5-ff. IFRIESIIMAN CLASS OFFICERS GLQQ First Row: MEBANE, ADAMS Second Row: CTALMER, WIEBOLDT NANCY ADAMS . . KITTY BELLE MEBANI2 BETTY WIEBOLDT . ALDEN CALMER . . MRS. WILLIAM BoAz 'I4-01 . . Przfsidml Vice-President . . Secrelagr . . Treasurer Class Sponsor 1 4:1-fn, .-L, I . ul4.fLf'Q- D I ,,,,,4, A 'fi 1 A 4 Y Vw ' 4 v lx nf' Lu 1 ,l 4 M "V:--,-1-A , -S A"i-1-jf-1.5 -A I, ' . . ' 'V' wif, K 'ik'-H . 3 1 I. 'I ' 'J Y bmi, Vs, A- N- PL. I x. x A N, if I . CNA I x X7-1-it-V6 z 7 r"'.','-f..v., JL f..,,.-,.-, ,' , -Q -+- A, -4: ,ALJ .IQLU-P., ,- ,.-'94-1 -I' . ll I SQQM fmzmxxw.-, X, ,, - . A Q, , , ' ffl -v-1- 4541? :S 4 fhL?',l- SQ jA3,qg ,'Q..qfgEkrg:L,.r:.':x K f 9 J J .' Q - r U ' , fx Qy 45 Y if 19'-.1iL..q,..5, ..fe.,f1,f:1Q Q .ga-.-7,1 3,5111 A. .A H t iff ,115 viii ,H 1-ukiihg-5 ii..-7"Qu-IQ 2 " - J K- ' J.. jf JFRESHMAN CLASS J -5 Q 0 J ,K N 4 5 ff . CM 4 f J ag sf Reading Ld! lo Rzlglzt L, I l9'1'r.vl Row: B. TAYLGR, WIEBOLDT, Po'1'1's, CALMER, CRUTCHFIELD ' Sccnnd Raw: MARTIN, DAUGIXTREY, UIINER, MAYO, QKJENNON, Moss, FOWLE Third Raw: ADAMS, MEBANE, CLIQMENT, SHEPHERD, MCCONNELL, TIMMONS, MAKIELSKI 3 O' f W 9 'J 0 ' ' o 4, fl 2 BJ W 2 W 3 j in i 41 P W 5 1 95 0 4 J gl-1 3.3554 flea bzpoluztrlr-4-' n 2 ? f'.i4,-l JIUNIIOR HIGH OFFICERS 960 First Row: Mrss MCCANDL.ISH, HYDE, HENDEIISON, MRs. TODD Second Row: M. UNDERWOOD, LOVING, FLETCHER, PI-IYLLIS CULEERTSON, GRAIiAM Seventh Grade Ojicers LUCY HENDERSON . . . . . President CAMILLA HYDE . . . Vice-Presiden! MERRILL UNDERWOOD . . SECTEIUUJ PAT LOVING .... . . Treasurer MRS. F. A. TODD . Class Sponsor Eighth Grade Ojicers TODDY FLETCHER ........ . . . Presidenl PHYLLIS CULBERTSON . . . . Vz'ce-President JACKIE GRAHAM .... . Secrelaw-Treasurer Miss NANNIE MCCANDLISH . . Class Sponsor -I42I' HHUNIIUR HIGH SCHOOL S xx! 1 - .-,S ' limding Ld! lo Right .Q Firsl Row: PAYNE, PIYDE, GALBAN, HENDERSON, D. DAVENPORT, Sums '- fx- '-'Srroml Row: VAN CTIJEI-', LOVING, KEARSE, STANWOOD, M. UNDERWOOD, MALONE L, Thirrl Raw: CLARK, GRAHAM, FLETCHER, RITZELI,, MCCLEOD N ., J. +-.1 Fourth Raw: PRIEST, BENNER, PHYLLIS CULBERTSON, HARVEY, THOMPSON, SANDRIDGE 4.1 ' 'Wi + e ' P xv , ,W N W . N19 ' T ' ' . 11 vu E W , I ..l M , J' 1-fx ' .NCR , E ' 'N 1, 5 .1 ' Yv X g s . 5. Q N x " 1 N. V , ,Qi ,K 11' -I 45 1- , , .I 1' . LOWER SCHOOL 966 Reading Lcjft to Rzlglzt First Row: GEORGE, MACCONOCHII5, Norms, Woon, FAULCONER Second Row: Rowrsu., MASON, PAXON, DAVENPORT, M. Ocmzsav Third Row: I'IISER, ECHOLS, C. HENCH, TODD, PARKER, DILLARD Fourllz Row: WORTH, CHILDE, F. KEANE, V. TAYI.OR, S. KNIGH1', P. RENWICK i44P I 4 , 1 1 I l vw in I I . I9 .. 333, V I ' 2- .1 K "A T Y, sf. 'O . ' 5,1 L ,, t ,, . . it J -' A--3 -M. I ,. . 4 I Jw A 1 'I J ,, V :I ,f X I . ,V 2 . t' 'J 'J " I f -5 . 1 E , I. J . :A it . -1 X ,,.-, .V 1, ps If fy 2' tif W id I i J ' f J 31 -4 ff I 2 , 1 L if , 1 5 I Y ' ' I I. Q 1 A' ,ft , eg , Q V' ji if X i A I ,ffl A5 K' , I1 I Y' 5 V I J ypx Elini-i,.: I 'M 4' 'P' - sy' ' I.j'I 3 .gi lf, i 1 KRS, . we PM ATHLETIC COUNCIL C190 Reading Left to Right First Row: M. HENCH, S. TWININO, DODSON, GORDON, ROBERTSON Second Row: F OWLE, LEAOHMAN, L. MCKNIOIIT, HARRIS, ELLIOTT, KELLY, CLARK .Not in Picture: STANWOOIJ SALLY DODSON . SUE TWINING ANN GORDON . MARGY HENCH . LEE ROBERTSON SPEEDY ELLIOTT BLANCHE KELLY . CYNTHIA FOWLE . ANN CLARK . . . PIIILIPPA STANWOOD BARBARA LEACHMAN VIRGINIA HARRIS . LAURA M CKNIGI-IT . 146 . . . President . V ice-President . . . Secretary Treasurer . Senior Representative . junior Representative . Sophomore Representative . Freshman Representative Eighth Grade Representative Seventh Grade Representative . . . Art Representative Captain Gold Team . Captain Wlzite Team rip' 4 L., J" -UMW .Q if Tiff if .iv ir ff-f-A D rm WMM U-Wy' P7 J' U - ' . .Jf . .. Liffwmg M. milf GLJEIE CLUB 960 Reading Legfl lo Riglzl Fin! Row: OYSTER, BERRY, HIsI.oIf, HOSTERMAN, R. GAMBLE, FAwcUs, Romans Second Row: P. KNIGFI'f, S. TWINING, LIPSCOMB, CALMER, BAYLOR, MARTIN, Fowmz, Ports Third Raw: BARR, LEACHMAN, PURCELL, WIEBOLDT, KILMPER, EARP, Loucmz, LEHMAN Fourth Row: ELLIOTT, Boococx, MERRITT, CAssIzI.I., HARRIS, A. KEANE, DIDLAKE, LEE, E. GAMBLE, BATTEN, ADAMS, S. KNIGHT, CLEMENT, DoDsoN Ojicers Ronnz GAMBLE . . . . . . President BETTY HOSTERMAN . . . Librarian VENETIA FAWCUS . . . . . Treasurer MRS. THOMAS S. MARTIN . . Director 'I47l' FOOTLIIGHTS CLUB OFFICERS Owe Reading Lqft to Rzlglzl OYSTER, BOTTOM, LEHMAN, LOUOEF JANE OYSTER . JANE LOUOEE . DOROTHY BOTTOM LOTS ANN LEHMAN Miss ROY LAND . T481 . Presfrlenl Vzbaf-Presidenl . Secrelmjy . Treaxurfr . Direclor L ,HW I GREENWAY GRAJPJEVJINJE cam: Reading Left to Right First Raw: LIPSCOMB, LEHMAN, HARRIS, LOUGEE, CHASE Second Row: HENCH, G. MCKNIGHT, CAssIs1.L, MERRITT, LEACHMAN VIRGINIA HARRIS . JANE LOUGEE . JANE LIPSGOMB . . Loxs ANN LEIIMAN . SALLY MERRITT . GIGI MCKNIGI-11' . DERETH CHASE . MARGY I-IENCH . . BARBARA LEACIIMAN ANN CASSELL . . MRS. WILLIAM BoAz Staj . . Editor-in-Chig' . Assistant Editor-1'n-Clziqf . . Feature Editor . . . .News Editor . . Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor . Business M anager . Assistant Business Manager i491 . . . Art Editor . Dramatic Editor . Faculgf Adviser ALTAR GUILD 950 LEE ROBERTSON NORVELL JONES SUE TWINING ANN GORDON HE few members Of the Altar Guild have faithfully prepared the altar and the chapel for the daily services. We wish to express our gratitude to these girls who willingly have fulfilled this duty. SERVICE CCCUNClllL 966 WENDY LEACHMAN, Pf8.S'Z'dE7Zl NANCY ADAMS VENETIA Fxxwous SALLIE MERRITT BETTY DIDLAKE JANE LOUGEE BUNNIE ROGERS TODDY FLETCHER KITTY B. MEBANE CONNIE STONEY Miss NANNIE MOCANDLISH, Sponsor HE Service Council has made a worthy contribution to the life of Saint Anne's, and furthered an altruistic conscious- ness in the heart of each girl. The chief activities ofthe Council have been the Christmas and Easter parties for the children in the Childrenis Home near the campus. Weekly visits are made by the girls to entertain the crippled children. 'l50l Cb-Qiecux So - Qwng was-XMB 6.- Xwai 2. 519'71 miD2.T. finw- WDOSN. QTQEN3 u TSW5 SSTJVYVS- if L 'm womrimnoi 1 xkgb if 5, QMVW Pk? I 'WWW- N19 me 'CTSDVO ' SP1 3 L F?- ELYYJFML 1 ,.,-k P ' "":'n ,+.- s t LA 'JT' LZ' i, if QC I - ,, Q' 15 MMV - i,,, . Q . . DWL f ff U10 'V' 'I fx f f x U!!! X 317,117 U :A -W VYXU rj , Hy! Y f" ,- . A M ,gl 135 If W1j,1Q W A MJ . ,ff I j ! ' 1 Af. I .' - lflf, ,rf 02 'Q ,V ff' , 1 , 4 15 , A ' l, J J L X 'gf-f , , fh Us g '11 If .1 Q ff - gf I ,,,,,,,' In ,fp 1. C . Q J' . P J C3 U If K f V ,fab if fff ,1 X , ,M if-AQ ,x ' N ff jd f IJ L QQ!!! In N ll X Y -,, SAX f ff' I , 44 - 'iff 'Q' J P f S P 0 ' OUR SPORTS YEAR 956 HIS past sports year at St. Anne's has been a great success, not only in that we 'won many of our games, but also because there was a great deal of enthusiasm shown by the girls. The Hockey team did very wcll, winning a Sweetbriar and a Fairfax Hall game, and showing a spirit of serious determination and ability to work together. With Miss Gaines as our Coach and Sally Dodson as our Captain, we had some very exciting games, both with other schools and among ourselves. Tryouts for basketball started in early December so that the season would get off to an early start. Sue Twining was chosen the Captain, and was also one of our star guards. The First Team played nine games, winning seven-two from Warrenton Country School, two from Fairfax Hall, one from Meriwether Lewis, one from Sweet- briar, one from Lane-and losing two, one to Sweetbriar and one to Lane. The Second Team played three games and won three games, two from Fairfax Hall and one from Lane. The defeat by Lane 32-24 fthe lirst game of the seasonj was a splendid incentive for the team to do the hard and consistent practice which is neces- sary to produce a winning team. Result: The score ofthe second Lane game fthe last game of the seasonj, 36-12 in favor of St. Anne's. After the basketball season had come to an end and the weather had warmed up, tennis became of major importance. Before some of the games throughout the year, we had pep rallies sponsored by the Athletic Association and led by our three able cheer leaders. During these seasons the White and Gold teams were having their contests. The teams were very evenly divided so that competition was strong. There was a great deal of school spirit, not only in the number of girls who signed up to play, but also in the number of those who came to cheer for their teams. On Held day the Golds and Whites had their final games and relay races. Mothers and daughters played volley ball while fathers and daughters had their annual softball game. Field day was the climax of the sports year. The Athletic Association gave a picnic, which was a great success and lots of fun, for the Athletic Council and the girls who had won athletic awards this year. In spite of broken fingers, sprained ankles and too many breaks, St. Anne's had good teams and great fun, thanks to each student and a wonderful coach. wi VARSITY BASKETBALL 966 Reading Lg? lo Right Firsl Row: N. TWINING, CHASE, S. Tw1N1NG CCaptainJ, ROBERTSON, KELLY Se'conr1R0w: PURCELL, HENCH, KEMPER, LEHMAN, WHEATON, FOWLE Third Row: R, GAMBLE, DODSON, A. KEANE, L. MCKNIGHT, ELLIOTT, BOOCOCK, HARRIS 41551 4 ,. is -9. L HUCKEY TEAM . C-Lai-3 Reading Ly? la Right First Row: LEACHMAN, KELLY, WHEATONQ DODSON CCaptainH, LE!-IMAN, CHASE, ROBERTSON C7 Second Raw: HENCIi, Boococx, L. MCKNIGHT, S. TWINING, EL1.1o1'T, HAILRIS, KEMPER I I .Noi in Picture: R. GAMBLE -S 2 fb Hi 2- . 'Q 5Zmfa?5Qxii3fQ- , 33 Qeiaia ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER 26 OCTOBER 7 OCTOBER 14 OCTOBER 18 OCTOBER 22 OCTOBER 25 OCTOBER 28 OCTOBER 31 NOVEMBER 1 NOVEMBER 10 NOVEMBER 11 NOVEMBER 17 NOVEMBER 18 NOVEMBER 24 NOVEMBER 25 N OVEMBER 26 DECEMBER 1 DECEMBER 2 DECEMBER 12 DECENIBER 15 DECEMBER 17 DECENIBER 18 DECEMBER 19 DECEMBER 20 JANUARY 4 JANUARY 13 JANUARY 19 JANUARY 22 JANUARY 27 FEBRUARY 3 FEBRUARY 3 -1 -1 SYNOPSTS OF EVENTS G60 Opening of school. Farmington Horse Show. Twenty boarders went apple pickingg gave apples to Children s Home. Athletic Assembly. Cheer leaders choseng athletic oflicers elected Mr. Stephen Davenport spoke at Vespers. Talk by Mrs. Turner of the Barmore School Ne York. , w Hockey game with Fairfax, here. Senior party. Talk by Mrs. Broughton of Bryn Mawr. Modern American Art Exhibit. Talk by Mrs. Karling of Barnard College. Community Concert, Walter Hautzig. Hockey game at Fairfax. Talk by Miss Townsend of Wheaton College. Hockey game with Sweetbriar, here. Miss Beard's Recital. Talk by Mrs. Kirby-Miller of Wellesley. Hockey game at Swcetbriar. Madison Hall dance for Juniors and Seniors. Tea at Madison Hall for Juniors and Seniors. Play, Lilllz' Wbmen, at Minor Hall. College boards at Richmond. Community Concert. Exams. Glee Club's Christmas Concert. Exams. Christmas Banquet. Christmas Vacation. Beginning of Second Term. Open House for Juniors, Seniors and University Basketball game at Lane High. boys. Basketball game at St. Anne's against Meriwether Lewis High School. Basketball game at Warrenton Country Day Sch Mrs. Rankinis party for boarding Freshmen and Second open house. T561- ool. Sophomores FEBRUARY' FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY M ARCH MARCI-I MARC!-I MARCI-I MARCIIi MARCIi APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL MAY MAY MAY JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE Freshman rummage sale. Sweetbriar Basketball game at St. Anneis. Senior Fashion Show. Community Concert. Basketball games at St. Anne's with Fairfax Hall. Junior Bazaar. Basketball game at St. Anne's with Warrenton Country Day School. Choir sang at St. Paul's service. Dr. Frecl Williams spoke at Vespers. Basketball games with Lane High School at St. Anne's. Choir at Christ Church. Spring Vacation. Beginning of Last Term. College board exams. Play, Tzvfrmll Night, at Christ Church. Play given at St. Anne's. Freshman Dog Show. Language Tournaments. Glee Club Concert with Wooclberry Forest. Field Day. Final Play. College board exams. Class Night. Horse Show. Senior Banquet. Junior-Senior Prom. Baccalaureate. Final Vespers. Commencement. i57l M ost School Spirit: Most Versatile: Most Personality: Most Likeb to Succeed : Most Conscz'entz'ous.' Most Raa'z'cal: Most Poised: Most Athletic: Most Cortsiderate: JV! ost Curious: Most G'ullz'ble: Most Marriageable.' Most Sophisticczted: Most Absent-Minded.' Best Sense Q' Humor: Best Actress On Stage Best Actress Of Stage Best M ixer: Most Striking: Prettiest: Cutest: Best All-Around: SENTUR STATTSTTCS 9663 As we see ourselves As the urzderclassmen see us As tlzefaculgz sees us DODSON DODSON DODSON KEMPER KEMPER PIARRIS WHITEHURST GAMBLE GAMBLE KEMPER KEMPER LEHMAN LEHMAN DODSON LEHMAN PONDER PONDER HOSTERMAN R. GAMBLE LOUOEE MCKNIGHT DODSON ROBERTSON ROBERTSON KEESEE OYSTER FAWOUS CHASE. CHASE KNIGPI1' CASSELL CASSELL CASSELL WHITEHURST WHITEHURST WHITEHURST LOUGEE HARRIS LOUGEE OYSTER OYSTER OYSTER PONDER DODSON MICHIE OYSTILR OYSTER LEHMAN BOTTOM HOSTERMAN HOS'FERMAN WHITEHURST WHITEHURST DODSON LOUGEE LOUGEE GAMBLE CASSELL CASSELL CASSELL WHITEHURST WHITEHURST WHITEHURST DODSON DODSON DODSON 458 UNDTERCJLASS STATTSTTCS Best Athlete . . M ost Unusual . . M0.vt Allractive . Funniest . . . Besf Spar! . . M os! Dependable . Mos! Likebf lo Succeed Aflosl Inqz11'sz't1've . Laziest .... Best Figure . . Best Dressed . Czzlesl . . Prettiesl . . 9619 wr SPEEDY ELLIOTT . . DANNA COLE . NANCY ADAMS FLORENCE HARVEY . M.ARGY HENCH ELIZABETH OGLESBY ANN GORDON ELIZABETH OGLESBY . JOAN NICHOLL . LENA BAYLOR GIGI MCKNIGHT ELLEN UNDERWOOD LUCY HENDERSON . . BECKY MEEK 1 "Li1t1dle Women" Nfeg . jo. Bellz . . Amy . . Mr. Marci: Mrs. Mczrcll Aunt Marclz Mr. Lawrence Laurie . . john Brook Hannah . JI 603 C-L66 Cast . . . JANE LOUGEE . . JANE OYSTER . Lois ANN LEHMAN . BETTY I-IOSTERMAN . . ANNE CASSELL . . SALLY HISLOP . SPEEDY ELLIOTT . . DOROTHY BOTTOM . . ROSALIE GAMBLE . BETTY MULHOLLAND BETTY -IO CARRUTHERS 1 - JI 'J- F 3 Alma Mater CEQQD Dear Sl. Anneax Skhool, our hearls lo thee are hnlrlen Iiy loyal lonefor eaohfamiliar scene, The knowledge gleaned, the pleasures Jharrrl lagclhcr, Tllcfrienclxlnjz lies which laslforever- The xffil'7lll.I'lZlyl liar which lax! forever. Thy children we, our pride anal lozw eonfesxirzg, In this fair svshoal, lhis pleasant place of homeg And may we slrioc lo bring a richer blexxing To crown thee now and through the yearx to corne- Anrl may we .flrive to bring a richer blessing To crown lhee now and lhrouglz lhe years lo mme. uf' 4-615 The krzowledge gleaned, the frleaxures sharerl logelher, Snapshots 162 P 49 Snapshots JI '55 1' Snapshots U4 I' M LX E! Snajyslzols ke'Gilii,f'mSW'L9U'.,.4.Q5f QM, NAU- 'QQQ u.fL,,I Frm KAMQ QAM 'R:,w::'Q X. "1 Snapshots JI 56 1' if Snapshots af 67 1 ' ?'YH2 Twenty Years Ago Today CWhen They Were Young and Gayj i681 x WN yy p ,fi gzrff YJ as ,ii I KL x ' 10. Twemuty 'Yeamrs Ago Today , , ,f 01 ,-i57VNfl1CI171my,?LfH'C-YO1lfI1g and G5-1,yQ hx-3 Q3 ,RH ,E ' , AQ ffwfflza J" ' K+' l g, - z ' , 3.5. . xl' f lp, X r l 1 X A- 3 .1 A X - 3, Y f' .' Q' H, 55 .np .. 4 if' X' ' ' I .n ' . l , , W A 3 ,' ,F - ,' p 1 . W ' -J' A Al 1: My . .fgfffgf V, : .1 ' -' f-s.'lTfGf?3 -V A ,iii "Ni A' 35' 5, ..,Jl-351 i -1 'S - ..f., .N Af . gig: YE x ww . , . wiv" V I ,.6"5f,,' ,. 6 -f69 P -'-vii STUDENT DIRECTORY NANCY ADAMS . PAT BANCROFT . . JANE BARR . . JOAN BATTEN . LENA BAYLOR . . BARBARA BENNER . MARTI-IA BERRY . GWEN BOOCOCK . JOAN CALDWELL . . ALDEN CALLIER . . BETTY JO CARRUTHERS MARTEE CHANUTIN . ANNE CLARK . . . MARY BUsH GLEMENT DANNA COLE . . . EMMA LOU CRUTCHFIELD PAT CULBERTSON . . PHYLLIS CULBERTSON CONSTANCE DAUGHTREY DORRIE DAVENPORT . MARCELLA DAVIS . PAT DAY . . . BETTY DIDLAKE . THEO EARP . . . SPEEDY ELLIOTT . BRADY FLETCHER . TODDY FLETCHER . CYNTHIA FOWLE . GLORIA GALEAN . ELISE GAMBLE . . ANN GORDON . . JACKIE GRAHAM . FLORENCE HARVEY . SALLY HAYWOOD . MARGARET HENCH . LUCY HENDERSON . SALLY HISLOP . ISABEL HOLT . CAMILLA HYDE . NORVELL JONES . RUTH -JONES . AUDREY KEANE . PATRICIA KEARSE . BLANCHE KELLY . . MARTHA LEE KENNON SUE IQNIGHT . . . JOSEPHINE KRIMSKY . HELEN LAIRD . . 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' Jay- P-W-4 , 641. .fQ,o.frr:,QJa.J I "TLA 7 if i Q7 Compliments fy' MATACIA FRUIT COMPANY Telephone 1243 or 648 CHARLES KING Wholesale Groceries WATER STREET Telephone 181 or 182 U41- The I PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK 23, I I Compliments fi SAXTONS CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS Telephone 185 For DEPENDABLE INSURANCE AND WORTH-WHILE SAVINGS MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY 404-406 National Bank Building CHARLOTTESVILLE - VIRGINIA JAMES F. MINOR CAMMANN C. DUKE JOHN P. SNEED, Associate H. T. VAN NOSTRAND TOWN and COUNTRY REAL ESTATE T. L. BOGERT D. B. KIDDER I76l MGNTICELLO DAIRY Phone 888 CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON PAGE 68 First Row, Lfjt lo Riglzl: MISS GAINES, MRS. GASTON, MRS. WALKER Smmd Row, L41 to Right: MISS HOLLINGSWORTH, MRS. ROBINSON, MISS DRESSER Third Row, Lqfl to Right: MRS. DUKE, MADAME PERRENOUD, MRS. CARTER WY? 4T"'L 532 'SHOW about f' 4' hr ' , AF,:"" p,, S, ., L K a C . ' 7' 6 --- f I f'fGDrank 1 X ' I . . ' I WEZZN X- Q7 l I ,. -W "aEfi:f:'.:i,i'g" ,fy CHARLOTTESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC GENE WOODBS GARAGE PAQKAGED General Automobile Repairing FUEL CO. OFIFIGIAL A. A. A. SERVICE INCORPORATED if T1 h 335 C ep one "Original Pocahontas", BATTERY SERVICE C :OAL WATER STREET Ik WE - NEVER - CLOSE Ph0HC 87 -f78 HELEN G. EASTHAM SHOP INCORPORATED Complzmems LADIES, READY-TO-WEAR and Qf MILLINERY STEVENS SL CO. Realtors - Insurers a Monticello Hotel Bldg. Charlottesville VIRGINIA 220 E. Main St. Charlottesville, Va. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON PACE 69 Lqfl lo Right First Row: MRS. BOAZ, Miss GIBSON MISS MAC Second Row: MISS COCI-IRAN, MR. DoNovAN MRS. MAR1'IN Third Row: MISS MITCI-IEI-I., MRS. RAN- DOLPH, Miss BEARD WE INVITE YOU TO OUR STORE Evrrgfllzing in M usfcal Mzfrclzandz'se Give us a call while stock is complete IQADIO IREPAIRING - PIANO TUNING CARTER THE MUSIC DEALER Phone 337 CIIARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Compliments of CHANCELLOIPS DRUG STORE The Best in Town Compliments fy' ALBEMARLE HOTEL 615 West Main Street ll' PHONE 50 79 PARAMOUNT THEATRE JEFFERSON THEATRE UNIVERSITY THEATRE LAFAYETTE THEATRE J. STUART PIANCKEL, PnI.rz'rlent W. F. SOUDIIR, Secrelaq and Treasurer FRED L. WATSON, VI'cIf-Pnfsidezzl HANCKEL-CITIZ EN S INSURANCE CORPORATION General Insurance Peoples Bank Building - CHARLOI IILSVILLE, VIRGINIA ' Over Hay A Century qf Service" compzfmem fi ESSEX CORPORATION Make,fs gf VENUS FOUNTAIN PENS 1801 Compliments rj GLEASON'S BAKERY TELEPIIONE 136 Compliments Qf TIRE RECAPPING CORPORATION SPECIALISTS. in RECAPPING AUTOMOBILE, TRUCK AND BUS TIRES CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Compliments cj The CITY LAUNDRY just Call 200 1811 Compliments qf . C. THOMAS FURNITURE COMPANY 420-424 East Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Phone 437 KELLER 8: GEORGE JEWELERS Since 7875 SWEATERS AND SKIRTS - FINE CUSTOM TAILORING STEVENS-SHEPHERD CO. INCORPORATED GENTLEMEN's DRESS, LOUNGE, AND SPORT CLOTHES UNIVERSITY VIRGINIA 48212 MEET YOUR FRIENDS at TIMBERLAKEIS DRUG STORE Phone 144 or 166 W. L. LACY PLUMBING AND HEATING Call 734 111 N. E. Fourth Street Camjlliments Qf GUY F. VIA, Relbresentazfive THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY or THE UNITED STATES Annuities, Retirement Income and all forms of Life Insurance Savings and Protection Plans Also General Insurance Ask for Information Third and Market Phone 17 Compliments fy' G. F. GASSELL 112 Second Street, N. P1-IONE 36 and 836 Compliments ryf GI-IARLOTTESVILLE AUTO PARTS GORP. EARL H. VAUGI-IN "Coal That Bumsn 616 West Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA iss GILMORE, HAMM 8: SNYDER INCORPORATED if FURNITURE for the HOME and GFFICE 'A' CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA Over 35 Tears qf Real Estate Service B. E. WHEELER SL CO. REALTORS Charlottesville, Va. 405 East: Market Street Office Phone 226 - Residence Phone 948 ALCIO BRAND FOODS Distributed by ALBEMARLE-MICHIE CO., INC. CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA A SYMBOL OF RESEARCH A Alark zyf Depandabiligf RAY FISHER SUPERIOR AMBULANCE SERVICE PREDDY'S FUNERAL HOME FRANK B. HAYNES Phone 808 CHARLOTTESVILLE - VIRGINIA STOP AND SHOP SUPER MARKETS Lowest Prices - Free Parking HIGI-I QUALITY FOODS Where You May Serve Yourself in a Hurry or Shop at Your Leisure T wo STORES LOCATED 500 E. Main St. - 1008 W. Main St. CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA OHARLOTTESVILLE Find me LUMBER COMPANY JUNIOR SIZE DRESSES INCORPORATED JUST MADE FOR YOU 50 Years' Scrvicc in Charlottesville and Vicinity 'A' B102 Bonds Now . . . . . . a1zc!Buz'lflLale1' at C. I-I. WILLIAMS 8z CO. DOLLY MADISON INN Traditionalbf Southern in I Atmosphere and C'uisz'ne BUY - WAR - BONDS Courleqy AKLP TEA COMPANY Compliments lj RUSSELL D. MOONEY Your OLDSMOBILE Dealer Compliments for SEARS-ROEBUCK 8: CO. 'A' CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA JUDY 'N JILL Headquarters JUNIOR FASHIONS FOR THE SCI-IOOLGIRL STYLE SHOPPE ' "Dz'slz'nclive Apparel" Complimenls O. E. 8L C. L. HAWKINS 106 East Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia SMITI-PS ARKAY SHOP Q Q For Main at First Street HI-STYLES PHGNE 732 106 West Main Street Charlottesville - Virginia Compliments cj THE ELITE BEAUTY SHOPPE THE RECORD SHOP Complete Stock of VICTOR - BLUEBIRD - DEOCA COLUMBIA - OKEI-I Over Pence and Sterling VALLEY VIEW GREENHOUSES, INC. Floral Artists Specializing in LOVELY CORSAGES GRADUATION BOUQUETS Choice Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Phone us at 660 CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 86 LEVY'S WRAPS . . . GOWNS Telephone 278 A 102 EAST MAIN STREET CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Home of FREE-ACTION SLEEVE, HABIT-MAKER DRESSES AMY LINKER COATS, SUITS and COSTUMES TOWN SL COUNTRY Compliments cj SHOP CCWOODDS79 Ik B. and W. H. WOODJ CLOTHES The Sportswear Shop or DISTINCTION 'A' 'A' 114 Fourth Street, N. E. 308 East Main Street CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA WI BAY SEAFOOD MARKET 110 PRESTON AVENUE Phone 968 Buy Ufar Bonds Compliments of THE DAILY PROGRESS W. E. JENKINS Certyiea' Walcfz Maker AND jeweler 112 Second Street, N. E. CI-IARLOTTILSVILLE, VIRGINIA Phone 2650- J ALL THE BEST SELLERS and ALL THE OLD FAVORITES THE NEW DOMINION BOOKSHOP at jARMAN'S, INC. Charlottesville, Virginia w. J. KELLER 404 East Main Street SHOES - HOSIERY Spaldings - Oxfords - Loafers Playshocs OHARLOTTESVILLE BARBER SHOP 518 East Main Street JOHN M. B. CRENSHAW, Proprietor 88 i-I JOE BANKS BARBER SHOP Compliments 'For Tha! Batter Appearancea' Wt N. E. Fourth Street C0mjJZimerzts Qf THE HOLLAND SHOP HILL 8L IRVING FUNERAL HOME 'k PHONE 460 CHARLOTTESVILLE HARDWARE STORE V isizf Our Store ANDERSON BROS. BOOK STORE, INC. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Slalioners-0jjYce Szzpplies, Text Books CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA For CHINAWARE GI.ASSWARE JEF F ERSON BEAUTY SHOPPE and other 309 East Main Street OVER NEWA4AN,S CLOTHING STORE GIFTS I Phone 215 489 Compliments LEGGETTS ty, UThe Home of Belief Valuesn J. N. WADDELL SHOE COMPANY ff 306 East Main Street 200 WEST MAIN Phone 545 Compliments U BROWN'S GIFT SHOP MAY ESSO SERVICE WASHXNG - VERIFIED LUBRICATION Co-operative ESSO SERVICE 850 West Main M. C. HILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 1400 AMBULANCE SERVICE At All Hours TILMAN'S U. D. andj. S. TILMANJ Ofers T ou Timely Merchandise For All Occasions IN READY-TO-WEAR PIECE Gooos N oT1oNs Shop at TILMAN'S Cl1arloltesvz'lle's Slzopping Center i90P 'H ' 'III .' ' . ML." gftlzlu I , ,, .f . I . LI., fx THE CASH FOO1j,lViAR'T FANCY GROCERIES - MEATS Bird's-Eye Frozen Foods . s .a .w. .F--. lla'- W. E. BUFORD 8a CO. Phone 400 Parking "' 1107 WEST MAIN STREET STOCKS - BONDS if Compliments WI 603-4 National Bank Bldg. UTHE GRIDDLE, Charlottesville Virginia SALES SERVICE C0"'f'l""wnL' 'UC THE UNIVERSITY WILHOIT-DAVIS BOOKSTORE MOTORS DODGE - PLYMOUTH GAS - OIL - ACCESSORIES - PARTS TIRES - BATTERIES 5th and Market Streets CI-IARLOTTESVILI E - VIRGINIA Phone 2800 Radio and Record Headquarlcrs At University of Virginia Compliments Q' GLEASON'S, INC. TELEPHONE 2400 i91l iaffff .A-sf'-fn fgpsish T:-'-N --ff.-., yfgs -A-. frrw, .fri -,fx .-mf 5-I-,. .--" -w .rvffwgl Z- Y:-, ,,1:zaT,Xw ii3f3'fT:.- QrLj.:'xA ,..7a7g3-A A-39" ENGRAVINGS FOR TI-IIS BOOK PRODUCED BV A""""'A IOI GOVERNOR STREET, RICI-IIVIOND, VIRGINIA 192k COLLEGE ANNUAL requires the undivided interest and attention of Editor, Business Manager and Publisher if it is to present that much desired appearance of Character. Qflior that reason, Everett Waddey Company handles only a limited number of annuals each year-a limited number so as to permit proper service. lf Everett Waddey Company of Richmond, Virginia, alone was responsible to the Staff of THE SYNoPs1s for 1945 for the correct manufacture of THE SYNOPSIS. 'l95l ' -. -5.4-" 'KX hx g Autograp s 6? " 7 f ' f f Y' . '17 , ,QQ ,DL 5Q.5,4,,, . -Y , ,1 Y,7,J'4QffAQ4,,LL' f 1 :ff "Tf,x'l fi , I .ff , , ff fi' .1 -ig V -fa .. ,' z.-ou' ,.7'Z4L,f.f Vg. .LJ - ' X154 --.. Lx. 1 , if fy' f 'Ziff Q-fn ' . 44 ff. ,f -V . , -r f vv -I ' VY. 'L' u'fAHL,f7E. L91 UA? L4,pg,44,f, 69'-3j',y,L ,QI 5 45-91 If 2 A ., f if f . 4,a:4ff! 0Z' ?4'Lf ' ' " ,fi-" , S 0 he L, n if , , ' 5- , ' .., f, 5 N ' . f- .. . -T: 'i 1 ' ' K' :km F I ' up x .VX . 4 , . V Jn, ,Y ,fi 1 " ' ix 5, 5-- fi - .. P- J 0 H.. . -11, +' 'L P . .V 4 KT 4'?,- ff . ,,, PL 2, , ,mu 'Y' - ,.f , . R f '.-' ' 1 fs" - 'Z U f'?b R , f' J ' .. 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Several of the Hrzsclxo 1 W . goi 5' oiea' A co , 9 go 0 Q!" new 4.-4' QP 6.6 mom 'pei GQG6' Q Q cj Q, 4? '29 6' 5 players of last year Cine.-5099 0160 005' 5005 , ,Ny x V 00 Q ,ae .59 6.9 Sally Dodson, virginia Harris, deal Om Y' we Oi gg -1Xi0..,ov- 4 tp 57' we ,Q ev if 5, Gamble, Speedy Elliot and Capxi 00" .W KY 9 A o Xc,lxeg65 Q4 O G0 .95 .,"i5S0.,9 ,If Q? Twiningb have returned. and ll ,dee 'Nl Yee, anwhh. 40 A qsifobhxz, '09 6-Q? Gaines mentioned two new gh T009 52655 of AO ,0e?4,-23" ,Q 'qos gi? QQ? Cynthia Fowle and Laura McK11iglxN,-3.4. C 49,0 ao qgribwo Q9 by ee, ,U who have to date evidenced a grea, B M -Q9b,,5F' 'b Qeqyvz Qqf. deal' of talent. Cynthia played U11 30,5 4,i"1j"'6,9gc,, Ge' ,,eY,'f ,against us with Lane High last year. ' OR x QP ag.-"e,g-a we Q59 Y-lg 'N Forwards are taking over fifty E " be ,gf ,fjvoi 6,42 practice shotsvevery day and train- xi' .Q ,aw 5,065 of." ing V rules have been in elfecl Qfewe Geo-.fo 445 for sometime. With hard work an' ' - gb Jae' ,, 6 more school support, we should ha' N 'Sly' Q? 4:94 a very successful team: so good lu D 'H 05' 35' to Captain Twining and her tea ' d 5' ,Q455 here's to a bigger and be '- .L "c5".q lcelball season for 1945! 0 .f O U A The varsity class ' f n J X the following Slxwfyw, l S Was . 3hlxa1'.Y2I An . .1 -.-. ' Guards? WW 05 of' . UR n 75761-1 Dodson. Y' .10 N eft Hamm W ox V of R V ,f 1 Qc' 'Q 9 45 9,95 Kewl' A +00-oi hee' in E !At?: 90096 95 05' 9iQlei':eS02E:x DEYVQ Y: 'wi' - lah? G W 'I . I , - 3 scho te Om' . V Elhot. 6 Q5 0 we GK' -5 9 ypg :Pi 631' Q05 e 018 Jh 2' a ek xszfzz, ezlezliwezee zfiiiiieffff- Afzzffniiiidfe , ' '9 if W' 'G '5 of 4, 5 e 8 3 i ' . 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T1 gasses:-llztk gy V315 ZS gr ...e x X l Y Z' BQXXXGQS. .ss an M' misss mfg E-'95 Freshmen W in Bond s V t . W ov' fail..-'C' Ot.. snouax U ' I, Contest Wzth 19 Bonds ' Miss Ruebush-0 rs Cart als' """" gg ---I ' er fy, Fqyoef The Freshman class, after a lot ' , .t 0 IQ. 49 of 'hard work, won the war bond N: Several St. Annes girls accom.. VO 62' 0 01,5-F, . xcefgby getting 8 tom of 19 tc pamed y faculty members attended .. 11 S Q, at . , 1 . A .i V05-A. ag 'lg ff ilged, worth 512,400 Al- dthe marriage recently of Miss Ade- 3 c-3, .111-da Xaf 9.1: fthe amount f line Rucbush to Mr. Orvin Carter. 'Wd 5'-9:17 'K O S' L 0 money New W. - . 4 ag . 0 0506 GQ? ,io not as great as the totals ith the .faculty thxsyear, Miss: 0110, alps! 01' I el- 2 00. homoms or S . ,t x Ruebush graduated from Vanderbilt gdb S591 51711, be S '53 tl, , p emors' I was University is 1942, high ln her class Q'2'!qytfQl6,db0Q,.2'?:' 5:33304 exflls-g edthagloie Tigger tgfmboilgg ,un amem or of Phi Delta Kappa oi, so .og-S sg: on as t f ' .- 1 d. Society. As Mrs. Caster she will '11, afffa ?"'f? 5-On: Q' 66123 Ure' n G mom? mvo V ' . W continue to teach her Latin classes JS,-G51-S,'Y8 0,1 V9 ,g-PO"G'dOaD- e Second prize of 510 m wa' . . D ng if Q Pool. on, ps goes to the Sophomore class and as sponsor, help 'the Junior class pd Zh mlbuvlf xp The acl!! 11 ich has 17 bonds pledged and the L . . 1 "N . x 6 j 8 A A as vcnth its trials and trlglitlattohi.. 'uef-brash 122323 2'lis1olke2,u,IL': mi mime of S5 ?n stamps goes go' -W -par 5. 013-6 if tc-,U GS HIS F qt ne Junior class w1th5 boridspledg-p sf f' for 'Mfrs 'ss 00011 'tes ' Q-' 'C' lg D79 ' Wear Jr We We-"e abit! e ' 9 151952 lhsimbfo 3600277 ' 'mf' even .Q 'baof gs Q 43 . .ferr befwipjay Ieam 6-nal Iljtj 5' cf' Q sf' --1, , 61- od I 89 8 QCP to 515' SIC' 6 game G13 the as vba ba led 6 OPQ . 0 5 6' Q- . 597 f rd' J' . 59 ' og, Q: 65, ' f'alITo!1g-0 ga Rod If . t ty -s la ai- Or 'De .vf .s N7-s s. -.,. - -54, 01 as 'b I Ss .3 .bo so X 3 ep 9. up 4 sz .yo . gs so 'V gt- def 911 Q 'wer 4 ,673 3 1? 'ipaq 4.5" 605 Hd ed. -0 -l The first prize is a S25 war bondf which will be presented to thej Freshman class in Lane High audi-0, torium sometime in the near future.l' At this time other schools will also? receivejheir prizes in the contestj The totals are: I pw? moo Q. 9, x,f4'e xg 6 Class No bonds Amt. l, -9 - . 4 , -5' .0 , '-, , Q,-5 0? .,Qxcf'g,- os Gogh 30,10 cute' mor 1.,s.-..-.-..s2s,oeo fl sys -qsbg S95 ft" ,J me A C- ' V ..iox' ....W-..--. .,.. .W 2,000 ' ' o 4. x. b 9 .fa-' 'U - 1' Qt' swf' Q95 991'-T90 fx 105535 Boo i' ls -9 ss s 4- -, of - o Q 0 .tr fs Q gh Wah F," ,pelv Qs Tsvbtt' osfg. ' Q0 Q. ,ob 7 NN. 6085, Q9 S5125-,fb ST' so .,- wb O of' 0" 12. -9 "lv 150' sobtocf-ly,.ssKf .fs Q 'J' Q 9' S' e.'t't. 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