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ln fha' mirlsf of rolling uxoorllanrls
Umlermfafh a sky of blur
Slamls our noble' Alma Mafvr,
Sfrong aml fvrzrlm' lo our Lfivzug
Swain? of manly hard-foughi sfrugglvs,
Aml of 'many friumjmhs, foo.
joys 100,110 luiown aml sorrows xujfercrl,
But our hearts were fuer lrzmg
Faifhful L',!'1' fo ilear'-lozfail Strafforal,
To har sfanrlarzls we will hog
By a low' Time 011111101 allcr,
Prom' our sleaflfasi loyalfy.
Wilh an azlzlvzl slrcngfh aml courage,
Aim' a hosf of Illl7I7I0l'll'X .vwc'f'f,
We shall go forlh fillcrl with arrlor,
Brave and sfrong whafc"f'r uw 111001.
Though from hcrcf our paths may sever,
Anil our ferfl may zlisfanf roam,
Ye! thc' 'HIC'liI0l'y c'0r shall linger
Of our c'herish0a' fosfcr homo.
Lai ns lH'0IlIlljf swell Ihr anfhrfm
Far aml zuirle, and loml and long-
Sfrulforillv beaniy and her glory
Ever be our loyal song.
STRATFORD CGLLEGE . . . DANVILLE, VIRGINIA
QL azz W
Z LIIICAZ Nil'-l
Noi sail, nor joyous-
Wc' can but murlz Ilan' ibrzzsl
Thai svn! fbee b0l7lL'lUIlfll, Angel-
Homezonrzl through flu' zlilxf.
Noi free, nor bimlwzerl-
We are lm! lofi fo 'wait
Anil sing fby rarols, Angel,
Soffly, S0011 amz' laic.
No! glufl, nor liiiier-
Wc' now licfbolzl My fave,
Il"s flH'77i71g lJ0mc'warzl, Angvl,
The cfartb lscflrl not llay jilurv.
Ola, Pracre zrffvnil flaw c'vvr!
We shall noi bv afraid-
For flaou basl' laugh! 115, Angel,
Of wbui fby wings are mazlv.
March 16, 1940
For patient guidance-for abiding faith-for
genuine friendship-for their constant lending
of heart and hand-we Wish to express deep and
lasting gratitude to our President and to our
It's no simple matter to make germs and chemicals interesting to
a worldly-minded bevy of college girls, but Miss Anne Martin's solu-
tion must be a good one for she makes us want to learng or could it
be her own endless vitality that is the secret? . . . Mrs. Camden's
Christmas Party is the big event of the season at Stratford and the
finest example we can give of her great heart and sympathetic under-
standing . . . despite her full time job as twin rearer and Traveller
adviser, Mrs. Gordon May is always eager and willing to make our
problems her problems . . . a companion for jollity, a guide for learn-
ing, and unfailingly a friend. She has taught us that "dreams and
courage never die," nor shall our admiration for Miss Ida Fitzgerald
. . . because her own exquisite touch has added so much beauty to
Stratford's personality, we shall remember 'Miss Bessie Van Wageiien
always . . . a rollicking charm and infectious friendliness that brings
laughter and merriment to whatever group she is in is Miss Eliza-
beth Pannill's most distinguishing characteristic. . . Miss Della Truitt
is unfailingly dependable. Every sparkling eye and rosy cheek at
Stratford is active testimony to her efficiency and skill . . . Miss Rachel
Black's keen sense of perfection has given us all more for which to
aspire . . . a petite figure breezing in and out among us with the sort
of good-fellowship that causes us to think of her as "belonging" in
a very real sense, Miss Katherine Hoofnagle . . . with a song and a
smile, Miss Margaret Vfhittington can chase away any complicated
case of "boarding school blues" . . . Miss Margaret Brydon's eager
cooperation with us in our feverish search for books and articles will
not be soon forgotten . . . Because she has taught us the loveliness
and comfort we can find in music, we are forever indebted to Miss
Hallie McMillan . . . Miss Ronnie Odom's thoroughness in teaching
us Latin has given us almost as firm a Roman background as Julius
Caesar himself . . . l10t only has she been a source of understanding
as well as a consoling hand to us, but Mrs. Claude Cook's excellent
counsel has kept us out of more mischief than We like to remember
. . . an air of hearty amiability is Mr. Russell Neely's high sign and it
never fails to buoy us . . . Mrs. Wailtei' Parker's professional genius
has given us an infinitely greater interest in Stratford dramatics . . .
her astute craftsmanship and quiet Congeniality have made Miss Cora
Ray's students think of her as a sincere friend . . . for constant and
tireless service to Stratford, Miss Helen Shields is well-known . . ,
Through their cheerful endurance of endless hours of scale frilliug,
Mrs. Julia Thompson and Miss Janie Mahan have taught us that
patience is indeed a supreme virtue!
VIIKGINIIK CULPEPPEII .
MAIRY LILLY PUIIIIUM .
ANNE SIMPSON . .
BARBARA GRIFFITPIS . .
LEA BAILEY, BETTY CHAPIN
MISS IDA FITZGEIIALIJ .
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President Freshman College Class 111, President Sophomore College Class 121, Member
International Relations Club 1l,21, Member French Club 1l,21, Alumnae Reporter for
TI'dl,'t'1lf'l' 1l,21, Toaster, Founders' Day Banquet 111, Toaster, Travellc'r"s Birthday
Banquet 111, October Day Queen 121, Vice-President International Relations Club 121,
Blue Pencil Club 11,21 , May Day 111.
SAYVILLE, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
Blazer Club 121, Basketball 1l,21, I-Iockey 121, Ping Pong 1l,21, Spring Planting Day
111, IRIS StaHi 121, TraI'r'll1'r Staff 121, International Relations Club 121, Interior
Decoration Club 121, Student Council 1l,21, May Court 121, President Student
Student Council Secretary 121, Treasurer Dance Committee 121, Interior Decoration
Club 121, October Day 121, Sophomore Class Fashion Show 121. '
Secretary-Treasurer Blazer Club 121, Member Blazer Club 11,21, Secretary Senior Class
121, Ping Pong Champion 1l,21, Glee Club 1l,21, Tennis Team 1l,21, Hockey Team
1l,21, Nativity 121.
SPRING GARDEN, VIRGINIA
Dramatic Club 1l,21, Hockey 111, Soft Ball 111, Basketball 111, Good Mannerls
W'eek Play 121.
Treasurer Student Council 1l,21, Fall Tennis Champion 111, President Blazer Club
1l,21, Secretary Athletic Council 1l,21, President Blues 111, Hockey 1l,21, Basket-
ball 1l,21, Best Athlete 1l,21, Glee Club 111, TruuvlIc'r 121.
Trarrllrfr staff 1l,21, IRIS Staff 111, Dramatic Club 11,21, "Stage Door" 111, "Spring
Dance" 111, "The Lilies of the Fieldn 121, Stratford VaIen1ine 121, May Court 121,
lfashion Show Model 121.
Blazer Club 11,21, International Relations Club 121, Interior Decoration Club 121,
Tnrwllci' Staff 121, lRIs Staff 121, Sophomore Treasurer 121, Poetry Society 11521,
Vice-President Blues 121, Blue Pencil Club 121.
ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY
Basketball 111, Hockey 11,21, Traveller Staff 1I,21, October Day 11,21, T:'.1L'e11r'r
Banquet Toaster 121.
Secretary of ,Blues 111, Editor of Old Gray Marr 111, King of Twelfth Night Court
111, Christmas Pageant 11,21, Founders' Banquet Toaster 11,21, Humor Editor of
'Fl'lIl'1'IIl'l' 11,21, Vice-President International Relations Club 111, Planting Day 111,
May Day 111, Blue Pencil Club President 121, Vice-President Sophomore Class, His-
torian of Sophomore Class, junior-Senior Breakfast Toaster 111, Editor of the IRIS 121,
Blazer Club 121, October Day Court 121, Toastmistress of Traveller Banquet 121,
Poetry Society 1l,21, Master of Ceremonies Twelfth Night 121, Fashion Show Nar-
rator 121, Class Song 11,21.
M ULLENS, XVES1' VIRGINIA
Glee Club 121, NVardrobe Mistress Glee Club 111, Secretary-Treasurer Dramatic Club
121, Delta Psi Omega 121, Secretary Sophomore Class 121, TI'aLfc'llc'I' Staff 121, IRIS
staff 121, Blue Pencil Club 121, "Stage DooI"' 111, Queen Twelfth Night 111, Master
Follies Twelfth Night 121, Toaster Freshman-Sophomore Breakfast 111, May Day 111,
October Day 111, Dance Committee 121, Nativity 111, "Let It Go At That" 121,
Fashion Show 121.
' MARY HUNTER EDMUNDS
Vice-President Freshman Class 111, French Club 1l,21, Dramatic Club 1I,21, "Stage
Door," "Spring Dance," ChaiI'man Good English Week 111, Toastmistress Founders'
Day Banquet 121, Trzzzfellcr Staff 1l,21, Business Manager Trawllm' 121, IRIS 111,
"Lilies of the Field," President International Relations Club 121, Chairman Current
Events Weelt 121, Toaster, Founders, Banquet 111.
NEW Yoiut CITY
International Relations Club QZJ, Advertising Staff Travcllm' QZJ, Huntsman Club
QZQ, Sophomore Fashion Show Model QZJ, Spring Planting Day Speaker QU, Current
Events Weelc Committee QZQ, Assistant Business Manager IRIS QZJ.
PEGGY LOU FUTRELLE
Christmas Card Girl QU, Sergeant-at-Arms Q1,2j, Glee Club QU, Stratford Sextette
QU, IRIS Staff QU, May Court QU, May Queen Q2j, The Nativity Q2j, Fashion Show
LII FOLLETTE, TENNESSEE
The Nativity QU, Fashion Show Committee Q21 , Fashion Show Model QZQ, Committee
for Cl1ilCll'Cl1,S Christmas Party QZJ.
Student Council QU, Vice-President Student Council QZJ, Glee Club QU, President
Glee Club QZQ, Dramatic Club QU, President Dramatic Club QZJ, "Stage Door,',
"Lilies of the Field," Basketball Q1,2j, I-lockey Ql,2j, Blazer Club Q1,2j, October Day
QZJ, Interior Decoration Club QZJ, Secretary Good English Week QZQ.
BIUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Traveller Executive Staff Ql,2j, IRIS Staff Ql,2j "Stage Door," "Let It Go At That,"
Director "Just Won1en," Blazer Club Q1,2j, Poetry Society Q1,2j, Founders' Day Ban-
quet Ql,2j, Traveller Banquet Ql,2j, Freshman-Senior Breakfast QU, Chairman "Rat
XVeck," Good English Weelc Captain QZQ, May Day QU, October Day QU, Interior
Decoration Club QZQ, Firc Sergeant Q2j, Golden Quill QZJ, Archery Q1,2j, Cheer
Leader Q1,2j, Basketball QZQ, Delta Psi Omega Ql,2j, Twelfth Night Q2j, Chairman
Dance Committee QZJ, Nativity
Dramatic Club Ql,2j, Basketball QU, Delta Psi Omega Q1,2j, Chairman Class Refresh-
ment Committee Ql,2j, Chairman Christmas Party QZJ, Chairman Fashion Show QZJ,
"Stage Door" QU, "Spring Dance" QU, Tmuellcr Staff QZJ, Stage Manager "Lilies of
the Field" QZQ.
The Nativity 111, Glee Club f1,2j, Stratford Sextette QZQ, Student Council Q1,2j,
Business Manager of '40 Class, Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club Q1,2j, Trrwcllei' Q1,2j,
MARY LILLY PURDUM
Blue Pencil Club C1,2j, Tlwuellcfi' Staff fly, Circulation Manager Tmtfcllci' QZJ, Inter-
national Relations Club 121, French Club QU, Freshman-Sophomore Breakfast Toaster
QU, Co-Chairman Spring Planting Day QU, Student Council CZJ, IRIS Business Man-
ager QZJ, President of Blues Q2j, Hockey Team Q1,2j, Basketball QU, Blazer
The Nativity Q1,2j, Bride in Fashion Show QZQ , Stratford Huntsman Club QZJ, Ways
and Means Committee Freshman Class, Dramatic Club Qlj, Good Manners Week f2j.
President Interior Decoration Club QZJ, Traifellw Staff QZJ, Sophomore Fashion Show
Model Q2j, Decoration Committee Freshman Class, IRIS Staff Typist QZQ.
WOODNIERE, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
French Club fly, Glee Club Q1,2j, May Day QU, May Court CZQ, Secretary of Good
English Wecli QZJ.
PRINCETON, WEST VIRGINIA
May Court 122, May Day Qlj, Glee Club f1,2j, Dramatic Club Qlj, October Day
Q1,2j, Fashion Show Model QZQ, Nativity QU, "Stage Doorl' UQ, Chairman of Arts
and Decorations Committee QZQ, Blue Stunt f2j.
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French Club CU, Class Decoration Committee QU, Junior-Senior Breakfast Programs
QU, Founders' Day Banquet Programs CID, Printed Senior Class Year Book CZJ, Fac-
ulty Lists flj, Fashion Show QZQ.
MAIWLEWOOIJ, New JERSEY
May Day Page flj, Fashion Show Model QZJ, Poster Committee for Good English
TrzII'vHr'r StafI flj, Dramatic Club Qlj, Interior Decoration Club QZJ, Horseback
Riding Club 121, Fashion Show Model QZJ.
Fashion Show Model 121, Blazer Club Ql,2j, Poetry Society f1,2j, IRIS Staff QZJ,
May Day CU.
Basketball flj, Poetry Society f1,2j, International Relations Club QZJ, Interior Deco-
ration Club CZJ, Shuffleboard fly, Ping Pong
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
And in the beginning it was September.
Yea, verily, September of the year nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, when we of
the class of' forty found that we had a future on our hands and decided to spend a
little of it at Stratford. So all dressed up in our Sunday best we descended upon this
institution like wolves on the fold, but we were met practically at the front door with
a proclamation to the effect that we would have to doff our gay apparel for the more
appropriate Cand less competitive-for we still feel sure our less beautiful sisters had
their minds on the Sweet Shop all the timelj garb of black stockings, stocking caps
and paintless profiles. Were we furious! But we took it on the chin and after a week of
cruel persecution began to gain our rightful place in the sun.
As chief sun beam we chose Anne Simpson Cwe thought she needed the experiencelj
while her able executive assistants were Mary Hunter Edmunds, Betty Lynch, Betty
Mason and Peggy Lou Futrelle.
Our first conquest came at Christmas when the student body decided that it would
be a treat for the public if we elected Peggy Lou as Christmas Card girl. And she must
have been good because our angel from Emporia rode right into the May Court a couple
of months later on the cloud of glory that arose from this choice.
In March we decided it was up to us to show this school what a really good Good
English was, so with Mary Hunter as head grammar-vendor we placed another star
in our gleaming crown.
Spring Planting Day in April was a signal not only for the flowers to burst forth
with all their radiance, but for Mary Lily Purdum and Edith Bond to bloom also as
our masters of ceremonies.
As a grand climax to our term of rookie-ship we won the softball game hands down
from the Sophs and due to Dinny Cabell's fall tennis victory and Ann Bowen's capture
of the Ping-pong honors we had the privilege of swinging the silver horse-shoe
around the neck of our horse-napped Traveller.
Here endeth our first year at Stratford.
We returned the following September at least ten years wiser and positively rippling
with pride at being hailed as BIG SI-10Ts. We vowed we should make our inferiors taste
the keen blade of our two edged sword and sure enough we have.
October brought the first triumph of the new season when the faculty chose Anne
Simpson as October Day Queen. We and nature made a solemn pact that everything
would go well for her majesty and her courtiers that day and it is a matter of record
that her reign at Fairystone was one of the most successful in a long line of October
Not only have we emerged victorious from two athletic contests-hockey and
basketball, but Bowen has again brought home a nice slab of bacon wrapped around her
And Stratford's Valentine, Julia Carter, really brought down the house, while Queen
Futrelle, monarch of the May Court was lovelier than anything ever conceived by
Raphael or Michaelangelo.
Spilly's elevation to Captain of the Blue Team was an extremely notable feather in
our cap, while Anne's continued success as class president stands as further proof of
our good judgment even when we were new at the college game.
And so "all's over that is ours, and life burns on" at Stratford, but without the
inflammable characters of the outgoing sophomores. But may the future lights rise
higher and higher and the flames be forever unquenchable.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Sophomore College Class of 1940, being of sound minds--though Weill never
be able to prove it-decidedly unsound bodies after the wearying bouts and sleepless
nights of Chaucer, Beowulf, and tennis-do hereby sadly and solemnly take cognizance
of the fact that we have worn out our welcome at Stratford and must soon be drifting
elsewhere. Before folding our intellectual tents and silently moving on across the horizon,
however, we find it expedient to dispose of a few of our treasured belongings to the rem-
nant of this year's student body.
First of all, Barbara would like to leave to her rival faction, Mary Fazel, a big bottle
of Sweet Shop guaranteed to cure any case of graduation blues.
Spilly Purdum with much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth relinquishes
her captainship of the Blues to Anne Watson, while Anne Simpson has decided that
she'll leave her textbooks to Leah Taylor. That takes courage.
lf you find Beppy Gallaher and Pan Stevens dissolved in a salt mist it's all because
of their "kiddies" which they have agreed to put out for adoption.
Faith undying, Edie Bond unclasps her little Blue Book from her heart and lays it
reverently at Booksie's feet.
lf you happen to run across Carolyn Smith in the future and see her smoked glasses,
better stop to console her for she's left those divine peepers to Jean Gibbons. The better
to see you with, my dear!
Mary Hunter's theory of perpetual motion, exemplified by her pendulematic right
foot, she leaves to the Biology class to mull over.
Peggy Rodnick leaves her statuesque form to Venus in the auditorium. We have
often seen them admiring each other and that's what We call real art lovers!
Carolyn Perkinson declares she'll have nothing more to do with "Wills," but that's
rather doubtful at the present.
Little Turner leaves her gorgeous auburn locks to Louise Emerson, who has tried
Corbetti's poetic ability she has willed to Edna St. Vincent Whatsis. Make a note
of that. We'll want to remember when we see the noted one's poems get betterer and
Caroline Sanders and Anne Hagerty were nabbed just as they came out of the
grocery store and they agreed at once to leave Jevie Evans and Jesse Benton to Lois
Williams and Gloria.
Peggy Lou's contagious giggle that borders on the very brink of hysteria during the
quiet moments, she has given to Ingles. May it live long and prosper!
Cassie Parr and Strothers bestow their "bund" spirit upon Sarah Thorpe and Boots
Pearl Kotlier has a couple of high C's all wrapped up to present to Catherine Oakes,
while Frances Walters puts her V. P. I. jacket on the very capable shoulders of Elsie
We nabbed Julia Carter sidling down the main stairs and she Whispered that she
had just willed her blond tresses to Betty B. Maynard in case B. B. ever wants a variety.
With an eye peeled for Mrs. Cook, Julia disappeared around the corner and Virginia
Ames stopped in passing to reveal that she wished her sincerity to the Chamber of
Which leaves us with practically nothing except twenty-seven hearts full of grati-
tude to our sponsor, Miss Anne Martin, the faculty members who have endured with
us, and the school that we shall love and remember always.
Signed and sealed this Hrst day of June in the year of our Lord and our Gradua-
tion, 1940. HELISNE.
Bm! All-Arozzml .
Maxi Pojmlnr .
Brxf Sfilllf'iIf . I
Mos! Rl'fI!'USL'lIf0fi1f'l' .
Bcxf Afblcfc' . .
Maxi TrIlc'1ziz'zl .
Best DI'c's.Iml . .
Wiffic'.If . . .
Bcsf Looking . .
Eyes . .
. BARBARA GIKIFFITI-I
. PEGGY ROIJNIGR
. ANNIE SIMPSON
. EIJITIVI BOND
. VIRGINIA CAILELL
. . JANIETI-I EARLY
PEGGY Lou FUTRELLE
PEGGY Lou Fu'I'RI5LLIa
. CAROLYN SMITH
. . ANN BOWEN
. CATHERINE PARR
. ANNE HAGEIKTY
. JANET!-I EARLY
. PEGGY RODNICK
HUMOR IS OF THE
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WITH ALL OUR MIGHT
WE WOULD BOTH IM-
WI IS OF THE BRAIN
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viii, vin I I S'l'R.A'l'l+lORIJ COLIil+Jttl-Z. DANVLLIIPJ, VIRGINIA NO. 1
HOT NEWS ITEMS
CTHEY'RE JUST A
FLASH IN THE PANJ
The fend is still hot between tiullaher und
I-'riedlunda-r. tllclcnc asked Mrs. t'unnlt-n
win-re Chattanooga wus!!
1: 'k 'lr
'l'hc boarding: students from above the
Nason Dixon line have openly accused the
dny students ot' siiiiiggliing in ammunition to
the Cont'et1L-rate forces in the dortnittory. lu
fact' the entire Sociology class is about to
be subpoened for their rect-ut and persistent
t'Xlllll'lltli-itlllti ot' G1-nerttls In-e and Grant. It
scents that the former is without u doubt the
only Soutln-rncr that ever surrendered either
before or utter the C.W.
ik 'k 'k
"Wee Hit" 'I'uroer coins-s to school liinp-
ing:-both tel-t dratrrzintx thc ground twell. wc
hopt- soil. When asked what the trouble wus
she stated that she had st-wed up it cavity in
the heel of her sock and it. was rubbing her
"What on curth did you use to sew with,
rope!" they queried.
"No," she answered solcninly, "I was all
out ot' rope-had to use thread."
'lr tk vi'
Stxtrbuby Fitzgt-rald, purported to be tllt-
inost widely-read-to dot: in the ouudrupt-d
realm. has recently displayed a profound in-
terest ii. tht- gr:-at 1-pic l5I'1OWUl,I". Many
ot' us can readily understand her absorption,
for aftcr all he was u Grout Dane . . , Jenn,
who has been one ot' S's most enthusiastic
sponsors, int'orins us that her prodigry Lfl'tIXVlH
when:-vr-r anybody mentions Grendel, llut
the sophomores go her one better. They
Lrrowl when anybody mentions Ib-ownlf.
if -R 'N
'l'his is the sud. sad story ot' Carolyn who
bus und:-rfgone a ntetainorpliosis d'atunur.
Wbut was Carolyn the Curoling, Perkinson
the Pcrt. is now Carolyn the Unstdown, Per-
kinson the Pt-ssiinist.
When asked recently wht-ther she had ever
she replied dis-
been disnnpointed in love,
niully-"l've been in love."
"But thnt's not what I asked," her in-
t4-rrouator replied back, "'l said, were you
ever disappoillted in love?"
Hlvllt'l0V0I' has been in love has been dis-
appointed in it," came the sud, sad answer.
So now we know.
DAINTY DARLINGS DROP DATE DUDS DUE TO DUDE DATES
BOOTS BREECHES 'N' BABES BOU
v '41 CARRIER-ON-ER
Lucille Sandruck . . .
from lowly "rat" to holy terrier . .
. . , a terrier is a dog-whicli is u four-
lnugt-cl, auiinuted illlllL'jTCll2l.l'tlt'l14P1'iZ!'tl as
"small, alert, intelligent and courageous"
by Mr. Winston in one ot' his well-known
editions. "With :1 propensity t'or dit-rgingf'
Mr. XV. adds . . .
!-'rt-slnnan Sandruck, having served her full
ltattnunship, will slcp into tht- I'Inlier-thnn-
thou air of Senior-ority next. year, And about
this terrier business, we don't- nn-an Lucille
is a dog but just in case she wants to be,
she is nnalitit-d-and she does have to have
four leg.-cs und be decidedly aniinutod for
n'hat's in store. Any ole editor can tell you
tContinut-d on page 25
CONVENTION CLIMAX CAT-PED WHEN CUBS COP CUP
TRAVELLERS TUMBLE IN TORRENTS FOR TREMENDOUS TREAT
After eight steady years ot' travolin,e:, the "'l'rav4-Ili-r" is still :tt it snappier and Strongrer
than ever before. Not, only has tht- stall' put out about ten editions of their brainchild
tMrs. ltlny's tripletll this year but tht-y'vo also grrabbed a couple ot' gold rings in the form
ot' that notorious Ilu Hu llook--'l'he Old Gray Marc, which made its third pilgriniage to the
Press Room this sprintr.
And then there was the nntprazinc supplement which Sant a Claus brought ns for the
. . . . . . V
Christmas edition, us well ns the alumnus- issue winch concluded our first, seine-ster s
' 'puhlit'utint:.' '
The truditionul birthday banquet was also a red letter event, und featured an Illlllllilied
issue ot' our pups-r as its prograni inolif. One ot' the many unique innovations was the
uinbrellas suspended front the ceiling.: and loaded with "'l'ravcIlers" which camo pouring
out al the end ot' the ft-stivities.
Smnetbint.: else which was dont- for the tirst your of our history was the adoption of
newspaper stock to replace the glossy niaprnzine paper used heretol'ore.
And jnrlging: front tht- ,iudgnit-nts ot' the judges at the conventions which dittcrent ,frl'0l1DS
attended in lVashinL:ton und New York, there 'Auin't no tlies on us."-:tt least not, techni-
NOE BOISTEROUSLY OVER BARS
AND IT,s AN O.K. ORDER
TO HUG TIGHT-OR ELSE
"Whoa there, Betsy!" "Bank up, RoyI",
"II:-rc, here Prince, old man, take it easy!"
. . . no, it's not a tire, an earthquake, nor
even a flood. just the fainiliar ring of horse
lingo heard around our new riding ring.
Mr. Garrett lVatkins, instructor, began all
of the girls who are taking riding, with a
slow trot that since then has had the whole
schoul galloping with enthusiasm. The for-
mation of at l'Iunt-:man Club caused an expan-
sion that necessitated lar,fze1' stables and
more horses-and also bigger orders of lini-
inent from the "drug."
On cue side of the ring there is a brush
jump where the girls learned that "ner-king
in public" isn't so had when it keeps you
from goin,-1 over the horse's head. But that
was only at the befzinning and the higher
hurdle atop the antphivtheatro hill is no more
ditiicult than a curbing for them, these days.
So climb into your jodphurs. saddle Your
horse, and canter away, for it's collegiate tn
be horsey und it's plenty of fun, too.
ETIQUETTE HAS ITS DAY
BUT THEN, SO DO NVE
ALL . . .
Something new in Emily Post's line has
been incorporated into Stratford tradition
Seeing an urgent need for a little rehearsal
in "How the best behaved people are be'
having," the sophomores put their curly
heuds together and concocted an occasion
which we remember new as GOOD MAN-
NERS NVEEK, during which every Strat'
fordite was cautioned and cajoled into say-
ing' her "Yes thank you's" and her "If
A series ot' Right and XVrong tubleuux
was presented and also :in illustrative dra-
niutie sketch intended to stimulate our as-
piration and make us Hltess Noisy, More
Drop around some nigrht after the bell
ending' Study Hall has rung and see how well
ETHER D1scOvERs FRANNIE .
ETHER YOU DO-OR YOU
A new wrinkle has found its way into the
sacred portals of Stratford. For the first
time in the sehool's history, we have radio
stars among: the student-body. Franny Lane
was the pioneer in the field when she ven-
tured inajestieally forth across the ether
waves sometime during January for ber
initial porfor lance as lyricist of the Poet's
Corner. EMT Friday evening at 8:30,
Franny speaks her little pieces and they do
say she-'s quite a hit, about town, too.
Other actresses who have performed nt
various times are Barbara Adams, Barbara
Griftiths. and Jean Tompkins-to say noth-
ing of the entire Glee Club.
THE STRATFORD 1'hXVELlllCH, MAGAZINE
STAFF OF LIFE
October Day Queen ...... .,
Madonna .....,.,.. . .
Xmas Card Girl. . ..... . . .
Is in Tompkins
Glrum Sulln in
May Queen . ,..,...... lslngrgy Lou 'i"llfI'l'lll'
Maid of Hcnmr ............ Frances Pointer
Apple Blossom Princess ,,
. 1: " '
, .... 1 .,
PRESIDENTS OF '40
Student Body ......,..... .... E dith Bond
College Senior Class ......,., Anne Simpson
College Fresllnlnn Class ,.,..., I-'fanny Lnnv
Hull Senior Class ,....,. ..F1'ance-s Pointor
Hall Junior Class .,,,.. .,.. B zu'lm1'a Adams
Hull Sophomore Class .... ...May Cruinplci'
Hull Fresllmnn Class .....,,.. .. Gum- Rny
Blazer Club ...,,...., , . ,Virginia Cninoll
International Relations Club,
Mary Hnntm' lflclinunds
Drzunniim- Club.. . .,.....,.. Evvlyn G'ill0y
Glee Club ................... Pearl Kntlicr
LET US SAY . . .
It seems strange fm- us, perlmps, to renlizc'
that this IRIS is the last bit of visible
work we slmil do for Strntforil. For twn
yours now, almost our entire lives have liven
l'L!lll0l'Bl-l here. Our prnlnlnms, our triumphs,
our defeats have taken place within ihcse
walls :xml during that time our hearts und
minds hnve been storing up treasures of
nwmories that will lingvr with ns long after
thv irinls W0 elnllirf.-cl lnwc- bn-en fm',Q,fntten.
Fm' Sfl'11lf01'd has been kind to the girls
sine has lllll'lNll'l'!d. Oni' wlrellioilsiloss nncl
protests she has emlurecl lmtiently and Olll'
joys and friendsliips sho hns sliarerl 4:11110-
fnlly. The walls that mniilod :ind soft:-nr-rl
the sounds of our tours have Pchoed our
lilllgl1ll31' in ringing penis for all nf us to
'Phe hunks we porml ovc-r, the classes W0
nttcmlvrl ure all just as surely il part. of our
livvs as our voices, our fl-!!lilll'PS,
And sn, lining.-:li this lmuk may he the lust
thing we do at Stratford. for people to suv-
lmffause uf what our Alma BIlll7l'1' has meant
tn us, we shrill go on loving hm' and zlnin,-z
for her-just as snri-ly and willingly as shr'
has clone fur ns . . .
TO YOU WHO
ARE STAYING . . .
But it will be well for ns to l'Pl1191Ill!G1' that
not everybody will be ,fzraulnute-cl with the
seniors nnfl snplimnmes. Indvcd. ai, goocl pm'-
tion, over half, will bc on hand when that first
4-all to class comes one bright morning lIL'Xt
And it is to these l'0l'll.lIl2ll10 girls that we
shall mnkv our concluding: rvnlnrks. Perlmns
you can understand the difficulty in having
the right perspective of :1 situntion that sur-
rounds you on all sides und if so thvn you
will realize why we, who 111-0 nlmuf to lunvv
the ilniuvdiato future of Stratford in your
hands, wish to Warn you of these tliimzs.
Should ynn vriticisel Yes, hui: cnnstrnrf-
Lively :ind never harshly. lVm'k? Undoubt-
edly, but for others as well ns yourself. Play?
Constantly. but only to keep your mind and
lmdy fit :md not as a career.
Learn tu know your coinpnnions tlinl' you
may understand and love them. 'Fake ull of
the good and fine things Stratford ot?0rs to
you so that when your day comes tn say
"Good bye" to her, yon'll have no cause to
regret all those nice things you "might have
-but just didn'tl"
EPICEDIUM . . .
NVe'll laugh aloud and clasp the air,
Free, frue, free, nt lnsti
XVe'll have no more of scliolnrs' cnrog
Lust, long look is mini. . . ,
We'Il shut the flour :ind luck it, tcm,
Glad, glnfl, glad in know
Weill soon linw wondrous things to dug
High, wide, fan' wi-'ll go. . , .
Wc'll than look hack frrnn our g'l'01lf ln-ipglit,
Seairvli, senrcll, senrull, . . . Lu find
A small :ind siezuclg-burning light:
Still, sweet joy . . . lwhincl, -J. N,
P4-oplc say HS0l'lIl1.2' is lwliuvim:"-init
thoy also sny "Looks are dec-vivin,-I." Su
what would you dn?
1: ax: 9:
Penplv sny "An onnvv nf lxruvuntimm is
wortil :1 pound of vnrf-"-Init they also suy
'KEX1l0l'lCIll'C is the in-st te:ueli0r"-so il
looks likv Porn' Riclmrd and his conlpelilnrs
1-unl1ln't innke np the-ii' minds.
7? 'k 9:
People sny "Two's cnnlpnny, tllwc-'s ri
m'owd"-init tlwy also :my "'l'lim'v's snfvly
in llllllllJ0l'Hm1S0 all you'vo gmt to dm-ide is
Wll0li10l' yon want in stay out nf QIIIIIHUI' Ol'
lmvu some fun.
rr 'k 'k
Penplv say 'K'l'ou ninny 4-:mics spnil thi-
ln'ul'I1"-lnit they also say "Two lleads nr:-
ixuttei' than une"-ro ii lrnks likv the only
thing to do in il misc lilu- this is nsv in 'rel-ipu
Cm' :L i'est:un'z1n1:!l
W 'k if
Ponpin say "Live illilllt' und like' it"-hui
thvy also say "Misery likes cinnp:iny"-sn
it lrvnks likv we d heir:-r lenvv hvforr' surmi-
body wnnfs us Lu fignrv out thu :lnswvr 10
THE HALL OF SHAME
fWhere the rhythm is horrible but the
Oni' mortar boards wc dull' to an nminhli-
And We Cllllllflt undersfnncl hun' point. nf view,
'I'hou,2'h thv boys with joy nclrlri-ss hvr,
'Phil poor mlnrlings can't iinpruss her-
And wo ninsf say ll1nt's astounding, 'I'r',aEu'y
T T if
'Wnllisnn the cynic. lug-rehy nuhs Il nil-he
Tn C0ll'llllf'lll0!'ZllfC hex' irridesvent witticisms
Are pnurlvss in perfuutiim, lint fcnrful thingrs
Like "S1'n'ing: looks so silly slnenrud :ill
:around thv pluc-o."
if if -J:
Oh we huvr' girls at Stratford from nny slnie
And many variations :incl typvs yon'll find in
But the one that' Glide: this l'Hllll'llll'-fillll we
must say she befits if.
Ts Bunny G., who 15011108 from 'I'v11i10sseu-:uml
frvqnently admits it!
fCl!1ltlllllI'l1 ifrinn pugr- 15
Shcfs no six-foot!-r. so In hcprin with, thnt
lzikvs L-:nw of Numln-1' 1. As fm' iruinf.:
mill0'l'l',', wc-ll, she was rigzlmt on the dnl, at
every stnli' meeting: this yenr. And lhut's
nmrc than :x lot of thv lrigrgios vain lmnst.
"TntL-lligzi-nt"? Dunno, hui it has 119011 whis-
pered about tlmf she knows n sluv of the
answers, Number 4 Speaks for itself: she
has nlrcenriy urfcnptvcl the '41 feditorship of
one annual named nftc-r one spring flower.
And that hikes plenty of ffrm111'n,rrt', ns Chiuf
Culpepper will verify in n jiffy. '
So store up lnts ui' good old propensity
during the summer, Lucille, because next
yvzu' y01l'1'P in for plenty of . . . DTGGING!
Maybe you'll strike gold, I betchn . . .
Now if this wrarce only the new gym we
1-oulrl my something.: nlmnt the "last column
Quin: up!" lint, ulns, iifs only n newspaper
and the w:olnn1n's not going up ut. :ill-it's
going clown fnnlm-ss yon ri-nd China-wiseil
sn liuru we :irv with no way 10 hegrin our lust
pieuu de rvsistnnue und theru's 11 1Hl.'l'llg1'fxpll
r-rent up nn ns already . . . Tt begins in look
like this humor business is going to bc simple,
nr :is Kennulh Hurd replied when Mrs. Pau'-
ker ilNkl'Ll him if hu uunld lllllllflifli the love
sci-iw in Lilies of the Field :ill right- 'Sure,
thutis n vlinc-h-l moun Il r-inr'h!"
1: xl: if
There's No Foolin' a, Feline
Dnrinyr tho New York 11':i11sgrm-ssinii of
1-Hrutl'-l'1l's Tcrrilxie Trio, the following came
Anne lunsping in thx- lllll'l'0l'lI "Oh clear,
I hunk like Sl'll'l0tllillLf tho Pnl drnggrod in, but
I clun't f'ni'c!"
Jeannette: "Hui, l look like something the
4-:ui rlrngrgrr-ri in :mil tin- frail diiln't rfuri-."
vw w df
Clin-slur fthe Gninpll has been frantically
smm'liim.r thu lihrury for sannething by Nilirlcly
ever sinm- Miss Brydun snill, "And T hope
you will all he rc-ailing: widely during Book
:i 4: 12
Chnpin's definition nf nn optimist: "A
person who gorgns himself nn the lmwl of
1-lln1'v'if's tlxnt lifu is supposed to iw."
And probably very well rvd by that tinw,
lou . . .
4: -J: 1'
Caught Short Handed, Eh!
T'lll'fllll1l'S pricelvss pn1'npllruse
'l'hnl, Dl'lllllIltS unch 1uzl'llll'lmtioi1--
'i'I'l1e1'u wns the station nnnonnver who had
l"m' station idcntificnliim!"
A curtain will writer who possesses fl dis-
tini-tly sonlizrinmic ulinrni infurnn-d ns recently
that Shu gets ii big kick out of strolling on
tho hunk K'll.ll1DllS looking: ni the stairs.
'Pho hitrfhz sho 4li4ln'l i-any where the stnrs
Q: w W
Slinlu-slm:n'v's wnrning to all ambitions
little journalists: Ili- who 4'nn't wi-llc: right
should lvuvv Sl2ili7l0llL'I'1' stnfionnry.
'!: 1? W
POEMS ARE MADE BY FOOLS
AND WE CAN PROVE IT!
ilnw muny limos has thorn liven n romance
Beunnso some gnxqzouiis fs-mnlc happened by
Tn nnssinfx n fr-llow und swishing: her hip-
l"rmn hm' hnnd :1 llIll'KlkP'l'l'lliPf lightly lot slip.
Anil the buy picks it np, his instincts to obey,
"Storms in conqnu1"' ns smneonn may sny:
And wmuli-rs if he'li gvt ax smile rn' a kiss
As he rnu1'mnrs, "Yun clrnppvd yum' lmnd-
lint in qimstinn luis 4.l'tvn pnzzlerl me su,
l'vv wonclcrcd and wnmlq-wil, :incl wanted 10
iluw will tho women Dllifilll the mule sex
Win-n they ull lwgin buying: and using
'k 4: W
Which nic-uns Lhnl. our time is about np.
W1-'ve mlm.: u lmst-lioiv und now we've got to
lie in il. Oli well, in ni' out of it we probably
would nnywny! And dnn't cnnfuse the verbs
. . . strivtly on the q.t. it has been n nice
1-onplc of ymirs, hnsn't it? And sn until the
reunion fill, see ynu in the newspapers!
lt-AVELLER, MAGAZINE SECTION
Pa ge 3
ON OTHER CAMPUSES
QBY THE PROM-TROTTERS,
WHO USUALLY AREJ
Bai-by Shields dot-su't do this column mueh
good. She says the only thing on other cam-
pases as far as she is concerned is Ruolt of
the Washington and lice Ruot'f's.
W -J: 'A'
And it looks like lfranny Lane might buy
a little stork in the sumo eompuny. Only
Jitntniz-'s afraid she won't lu- able to support
him on her salary yet awhile.
at- tt- w
Hut it's B, tl. that's really in a fix. Some
potential zipper-upper frmn a well known
kledieal t'ol!t-ge took her lu-art to Riehmoiul
to have it dialrnost-ml. 'l'he symptoms art-n't
very eneourap:ittg.:-lutt we t-an honestly say
that we hope they both get the disease!
tk 'N i-
llowt-n's lnuhlim.: admiral is what interests
lu-r most on other eampuses. 'l'hut's the old
t-ollt-gre spirit, Ann, and rt-nu-mln-r, don't give
np the ship ever . . .
"lWl9e11 fhe Cuffs Away"-
Buf Alas . . .
During Rai tVeek.,
I-Ie N ever Is!
Long: black stockings, tt dearth ol' make-up,
no eurls-in fart. nothing: that would help
make a girl look tlu- least hit pres:-ntahle is
letral . . . thut's the shortest dt-linitinn ol'
Rat Week-wlu-n the poor deluded little
l"reshmv-n are natruetl, pt-rset-nit-d and ha-
ranznc-d into complete servility by tlu-ir brut-
ish hit: sisters, the sophomores, for seven
No promenndiup: on tlu- front walks and
lawn. no insubortlination, eternal "yes
nt'amiui.u" and "no l'll'1lllllllLf.' to the sophs:
and as it tlisgusting.: elinmx a parade ol' all
Rats in full rt-graliu to the Sweet Shop where
a l.ll'lll'ltllIS and l't!fI'0SllllltI banquet of elteese
and water awaited you il' you were a timid
little Rat and sqtu-aked only when hidden.
Hut it all 1-time out in hlonday's wash and
when the misty old Sophotnores did unlax
and be niee to you, it was worth waiting for.
'l'he T'eanut Surprises somewhat made up for
all that Allah praising. And it was prt-tty
swell showint: oil' your hi.: sister on Oetolu-1'
Ho it's not so had when you 'rt-tnt'-utlu-r
that- "roses have thorns and silver fountains
ntnd"-anil eats hare even lu-en known to
help Rats out: of n hole oeeasionnlly!
"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but a
little exercise never hurt anybody."
'WVQ eall our tennis shoes 'Absorbine Jrs.'
beeause thc-y're for Athletc-'s Foot."
BLUES SING "TtuUMPHAL1s,'
As WHITES TURN
When the Blues gazed into that crystal 'hall
at the beginning of the year and found what
fates inlhu-tu-od their destiny, they were any-
thing but Blue. 'l'ho tirst vic-tory the oracle
east. to them was the winning of the Hockey
annie-tliat over stimulating and shinveruok-
ing gums- which the Olympit-ds place near the
lop. 'l'hey were still kind after tliat, and
without arousing the warth-like jealousy of
the eternal prophets and still supporting: the
Blue honor and untourehableness, they deemed
them worthy ot' exeelling in that miniature
Anne Bowen, the champion pinger t'rom
lhtltimore, whieh from all appearaiu-es must
be a ntodt-rn Parnnsstts, still upheld her age-
olrl reel-rd ot' keeping the itsy-bitsy tennis
lntll on the tahle.
Miss Pannill said "You've Lrotta make it
mood!" and dot-:gone if Ali Baba t1idn't make
a. cunning: fourteenth century Apollo-but not
quite. Bt-fore the I-Im-key game could pro off
there just had to he a stunt night and as on
all Arabian nights, Ali Baba and his forty
eompuniuns were snatched front their groove
and did some right eotnmendal.wle acting.
'Phr-ir threat to "take the Blues for a
ride" and to gain the treasure was futile and
l'l'llStl'!l1C'Il t'or the true-blue Blues overpow-
ered the rival thieves by their bravey and
eourture und erosst-tl the goal-line way out in
While Ali Babu and his Nilky XVhites left
the staue niutterintr "T tanka so home" or
"I must go to ltlost-ow!"
New Trajfie Hazards Arise-
Pafmill Sfages Color Races
Sotuc-thine flitferent-tlmt's those unbeat-
ahh- t'ol'-1- Raves whieh Miss Pannill thought
up last l"ull as a pep-:trouser for the Blue
and White teams.
'l'lu- ohjeet ol' the rare is for the runners
on eaeh team to capture for their side what-
ever vantage point will be most favorable
to tlu-in or most unfavorable to the other
So woe be unto the Blues when the XVhites
GRANT,S GRENADIERS Vow
TI-IEY,LL DRAW Blue BLOOD
When the members ot' the NVhite team
peeped in thru the bull-rushes last September
and t'ound Elizabeth Grant lying in ft basket
labelled t'Captain," they knew that destiny
had pointed out the way for them. And sure
enough it ltad. for under the inspirational
guitlatu-e of this enthusiastie "G-rand Su-
ehctn" tlu- Vtlhites have fought tooth and
nail against their older contetnporaries, the
Blues, in battle after battle on tennis and
basketball eourt, hockey field and ping:-pong
Their most notable prize captured to date
is the Fall Tennis Championship capped by
Comrade O'Neill: while in tlu- other tilts
they have given the Blues the hardest com-
petition sinee Chaucer, with at least five Blue
nervous hreakdowns caused by strain to their
So even if they didn't get all the prizes.
at least the foundation tlu-y've built has
made them strong enough to mow down all
contenders next year. And here's to 'eml
Parle Springs, Ahoy!
Blazers Declare Divielencl
Calendar event of the Fall for the Blazer
Club was n two-day fiesta at Danvi1le's most
fashionable suburban summer resort-Park
Springs. during the tirst part of October.
For one long and luscious week-end, over
it seore of ambitious switnnu-rs, rowers,
l1lkGl'S, gossipers. tand we eve-n had our
C'ard-Shark Foursomel made mad and merry
in the rambling villa overlooking the green
banks of the mirror-like lake.
Of course we might make mention ot' the
spaeious suites we occupied-two Blazes to
a mattress with at least three feet between
domains: or the refreshing shower that eamg
tumbling: in through open sereens in our
three c-xposnred retreat-hut' it's only the
thoroughbred club members who might ap-
preciate that seeming disadvantage and they
Nevertheless it was a whooping-up hit:
event for all concerned and even the eom-
munal cooking system brought forth no ugly
retorts. Our only complaint is that the
Blazer Club we-ek-end parties are too few
- . Iwnf HH., Sprint fm. the dining rlmm doors' and too far between,
Frosted Malted Sandvvlches and the Melancholy Maidens had to crawl
tltru the windows for all meals that day.
Or think of the discomtitnre of Miss Bessie
, who had to enter her own studio via the
step-ladder route because the vicious little
lllut-s had tat-ked their symbol on lu-r door.
But sonu-body always grets at laufrlt out of
. it and then ton, t:here's always the possi-
bility that next time it may he you!
For Genuine Satisfaction COUNTRY CLUB
E F I R D ' S INN
Our Delicious Sfeaks
Da111Jille's Economy Center
Page 4 THE STRA'I'1f'ORD RAVICIJLER, MAGAZINIC
M'ss Ida. Fitzgerald
Guess who co-Stars in this
"too-real" feature above!
. . A mint for your thoughts, Stan'-Baby
, . . Cam it be that you'1'u thinking' ull 'bird
in the mouth is worth two in the trf:u"Y
Perllups not, but that plmlsml vxpwssion on
Miss l"i1z's face can umun no more nor less
than "fm hundred hooks in your lmnds :wc
worth one in the copy basket" . . .
The library once littered with vnpy so dear-
Ahl sighs Miss Brydon, :xt lust it is clvnr.
The errzmt eyebrow of our sponsor, Miss
In :I normal plume now quietly sits ....
The stuff of tho "Tris" by its L-ditu1"s side,
Looks upon her with the gcrentust of pride,
The pencil now guna from Culpa-ppu1"s 4-nr:
What Iwttvr signs that ihe "IRIS" IS
--Anne Simpson, '40,
Holding: more surprises than Santa Claus'
pack itself, Christmas week vnnu- nn zxpuvc
at Stratford. lwinging with it tho Bird's
Christmas 'l're1'. the Party for Undvrnrivi-
leged Children, the Christmas duncn, the
pageant of the Nativity, the Servants' Party
-aio say nothing of ll badly needed furlough
of two won-ks from the Acuclmnic grind.
As the 1Nhulonn:1 in the Nativity, .Term
'Pumpkins was busily the lovelic-st feature in
the entire r'eIPh1'ntion. hm' f'll2l1'JH'f01'iZiltiflll
of Mary In-ing both beautiful and impressivv.
The party for 1ll1rierp1'iviIe.':t'd children
also provided something that was gratifying:
:ls well as amusing to all who had :L part in
And we lvft Strzntford on Dovmnhcr 17
with 21 glowing wnrmih dm-11 insidn und a
dvvpel' nndc1rst:mdin,e: of thv real Hl0illIillL',' of
T O M ' S
STRATFORD,S AIR CASTLE
BEGINS TO MATERIALIZE
'l'he-11+ hnvu Ivuuu mxmy dvlmlvs as 10
whvlhor or not il is Iwttcr tu huvv ill past,
pl'vscuI', or i'll1,11l'e. 'l'lwru will hc no morn
drlhrltvs on the IIIRUJDI' for wc' :At Sl'I'2lfrlll'll
hnvv settled it.
And ull au'c'mn11 of nur nvw y.fylllIlll!4illllI'
Tn tho past wc- supposed that by Juno the
would be il p:u'1, of our nm-ur t'ul'ux's-,
but that presvnt wusu't fLll'l,h-iltllllillll' sn it hams
boon dvcidr-cl tn wuii awhile und lllllklff it,
vvvn bugger than was origimllly iutc-nrh-d,
with perhaps u ruvo truck or :xl gigrnntin rullvr-
vonstcr. fwntsnn even insists wo huvu one
wing: suhsidizc-d by Ringling Brns.5
Hui F0l'i0llSly spanking: tho foundations of
our new gym are bccon1ing: lirmcr and
l'Illl'l svv H11-
iirxnvr, :mal il' pm-rllups wv
uf-tim! digrgringr, ii's Ines-ullsv it's Irving: duno
vvon clvvpl-1' than ws- have Illx- IIOXVUI' In snuff
:md survr, tool
Which Goes T0 Show
"W'e Know a Good
A nz-w position has bf-on
mliinriul stuff of "Tho Iris," And lsllllf is
thv very rvspunsilrle nflicu ol' lfldilm'-Also-Tn'
Chief, whivh wont this your to an vxtrx-nu-ly
f'XlH"l'iPlIl'l'd Zllllflflflll' in thc'
tion business, Jr-:nn Mollisun
Jn-un's knnwh-4120 1-f jnurnnlistizf 1nnm-uvv1'-
inz runs well into 1111- Your sylluhlud nnljvv-
Livv class, sinvo just lust yuan' sho wus high-
prir-Stvss to the st:lI1' ll'l0l'llhP1'S of both "Thu
'I'1':wollm"' and "The Iris," while during'
nim- TllIIl'lll'IS she has bevn unquvs-
The pnwor behind thc- throno :nnrl
zfrexlfod on thu
nf tho Mnnhns-
desorvvs ull tho hlznms-and pm-rl1:nps n sumt-
tvring uf XVll:1f0V0l' praise there is!
Her job of tying up all loose ends nf "The
Tris," il'lStl'llK'fiH2' dubious llElHll'lsll'lI!Ilt lwnds,
vonsuling: and p:etI'f-rs, and pouring' oil on :my
troubh-cl NVll.l'f'l'S has lmrc-ly loft hm' time tn
lmndlv Miss Kvluwelyka oilicizll lmsim-ss, we
SlIHlH"L'f1lHl1' slw must lm p1'e111'y 0I'firi1-nl 'lm-
r-:mse We hnvon't lxuurd nnybody r-un1pI:nin-
And the-x'1-'s 1-1-vtalixxly nn point in allowing
tx skills-cl annual-pullc-1'-outs-1' go to wnstol
Phones 911, S92
"For ibn' Res! of Your Life"
Hugh Clements, Mgr.
Goorl English XVc'elc-P1fc'sz'0!
Good English Sfroszzgl ! !
In 1-mrpa-rntiun with our good. l!l'il5IlI1 and
1-nlla-u,um-, Dnnirrl Wvbslur- Lhe ICng'lisl1 de-
1ml'l1uc-lll stains-rl ilu- most Illilllllllllfll G'oo11
English NV1-4-lc ul' thvm ull April 15-19.
I'Iv4-ry vuvnl fznllx pus wus ixnlnudiulvly dv-
lm-:-I4-d, pnvked :mul Inlwlll-cl with the insignia
ul' ilu- alert 1-lass-nu-xnher who xnurlc- the
"pin:-ln," Azul nfu-r tin- first 1-uuplv of days
it mm iw t1'uthI'ully suid that Stratford girls
l'4'ZIll,V lmpgan in think in run IueI'1u'v they
This yv:u"s vrup of postsrs wus also out-
stnnrlim: mul 4-uvln mm :l good vxzlnlpln oi' to
what lvnglhs Sll':n1I'nrcI Immun' muy us-mend
for dc-sm-udj in nn 01111-1'p.fmr11ry. The ingenu-
ity l'c-vvulwl llll'I'l'ill was positively vxllilzlrzlt-
ing, e-von if the nrt work wnsn't all plu-
A play, writlvn :md pl'c's4'n1,v11 by the Silpfil-
1-inns Sopllonmrvs ulsn wluservcs Lup-billings.
Miss Iil'lHlI'Llj"S cmhrynnir- d1'u1nntistss vm'-
tuinly gave Sllnlu-spa-nw und the rest of thc
boys il "run" Fur thvir money-in say noth-
ing: nf tho wir-kvd litllw double nvgrativus and
rlunL:linp.: lJ1ll'lil'illl4'S thu-y put to shaunv.
In fuvt, to put it sll1'1L'l'l:Itiv0I3'-it was
umm thnn Gnod lllnulish wc-ck: mnrv thnn
livttvl' l'1nL:lish Wvvk: during ilu' your nf
1940, il wus Bust I'Ing.rlish XV1-ek!
Tbvrr was an Ilfgfllf rmvl for sonlvllvirig
sburl uml lwigbl lo gn in fbis sparc so 'wr'
rlwviflr llml Prggy Rmluivk mul Olin' Barra:
fillml Ibn bill bvlirr fban unyibing we lcnmu.
Collegiate Afmosploere . . . .
Tasty Snacks After Class
COLLEGE SWEET SPIOP
I-IAMLIN AND I-IAMLIN
Topsy, Star Baby and
"This Corner Going to the Dogs"
Firsf Rauf: FRANCES LANE, President, Lois Ahlman, Bar-
bara Armentrout, Katherine Benson, Merle Black, Kathryn
Colbert, Burnett Culvcrhouse, Betsy Davis, Nellie Durham,
Second Row: BLANCHE NAUGHTON, Viz'c'-Prvsirlmfg Kitty
Finney, Ingles Ford, Alice Fulton, Elsie Garvin, Jean Gib-
bons, Betty Gingrich, Helen Hoffman, Mary Evelyn Jeffer-
son, Martha Lauberstcin.
Third Raw: BERNICE HEARD, Sccrcfaryg Elsa Martinew.,
Jeannette May, Betty Barber Maynard, Virginia McLean,
Cuca Perez, Beba Perez, Betty O'Neill, Dorothy Robinson,
Fourfb Row: ELIZABETH GRANT, Treasurer, Polly Rhyne,
Lucille Sandruck, Gloria Sullivan, Mary Evelyn Shelton,
Agnes Swain, Leah Taylor, Jean Tompkins, Betty Trap-
nell, Verna May Turner.
Fifth Row: BARBARA SHIELDS, Sergcazzt-al-Arms, Margaret
Lee Wade, Lois Williams, Katherine Williams, Bess Wfood-
ard, Charlotte Worsbam.
ODE TO THE FRESHMEN
To FRANNIE, our president, may her paths
neier be rough,
Shc's a girl we'll remember, you know . . .
the real stuff!!
To LIBBY and BERNICE, hard workers and
They did their best for the Silver and
Blue . . . '
LOIS, a screwball of the first high degree
Everyone enjoys ber company . . .
Another gal with a strong appeal
Is our tennis champ . . . that great
OyNE1LL. . .
JEAN, to some, a lass blithe and bonny
Will always to us be known as just . .
Tommy . . .
BARBY, whom we can scarcely see,
We love . . . though sbt' loves W. and
Lee . . .
INGLES, the merriment of the hall,
Is, you might say, right on the ball . .
JEANETTE, a member staunch and true
Her studies always will pursue . . .
To POLLY, who sounds like Donald Duck,
We hope she won't always have to
cluck . . .
To KATHY and BEss, a contrasting pair,
May they never ever have a care . . .
To CHARLOTTE, our pint of fun and
She'll be one that men-y are after . . .
To MARTHA and VIRGINIA, our best musi-
Bound to find top-scale positions . .
To BETSY, a bounding, dancing sprite
She's smiling and gay both day and
night . . .
To JEAN J. G., let praises ring,
For her gift to talk, if not to sing!
To BURNETT and BOBBIE, who laughs all
Mostly at Burpie's Frankenstein . . .
To wee-bit MAIKYIE, not quite contrary,
But sweet as they come . . . that's our
To DQTTY, otherwise known as Martha
Crazy and swell . . . what more can we
To HELEN, may her life be as gay as her
And the Fords roll ever . . . and even
To MARGAIKET, our doctor without M.D.
XVho sings and chats as much as can be.
To VEIKNA MAE and ISABEI-, our students
No matter what, they seldom are
BETTY, the athlete through and through
Is noted for her loyalty and spirit true . . .
To LEAH, screwball No. 2,
With a line that . . . well, Sl'l'lIlS to do!
To GLORIA and ELSIE, charming and gay
XVe're glad they came and glad they could
To BETTY BARBER, Mrs. May's right hand,
She walks the streets with an ad-demand!!
To our two MAIRY EvEI,.YN's we give a
We couldn't do without them . . . Root-
To MILDREIJ, a steno-will-have-been,
If a local young man doesn't intervene. . .
To AGNES, our red-haired siren, who's kinda
Just for that . . . we recommend Pall
Mall . . .
To KIT, whose heart dwells in Raleigh,
We wonder if ........
To ALICE and BETTY who are often seen
fliogetherj . . . but seldom heard . . .
To NEWTON, whose direction gets our
Oh, when she jitterbugs!! or should we
To JOSIE, one of the brighter type,
We wish her luck with all our might . . .
To MERLE, whose curls we fiercely admire,
Why couldn't we have them? we oft
inquire . . .
To BEA, very often our moral support,
May her ship come to rest in the very
And now, to MISS FITZ, our sponsor, we
She's as swell as the l'CSE . . . and swvller'
LUCILLIE SANDIKUCK, '41.
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Class Vice-President Ql,2,3j, President of Senfor Class Q'-40j, Student Council f1,2,3j,
May Court C'39j, May Day Maid of Honor f'40J.
Second Vice-President of Student Council f'40j, Blazer Club, Captain of Hall Basket-
ball Team Q'40j, Hockey Team, Basketball Team, TI'tIlJf'l1Ul' Staff, Scrub Glee Club.
CIREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
Nativity CID, Queen Twelfth Night flj, May Court QU, Secretary of Senior Class
Qlj, Tl'lIl-'!'Hl'!'St1lfT CID, Blue Stunt flj, IRIS StaH' Clj.
COlK'I'LANIJ, NEW YORK
President of Sophomore Hall Class C37-'38j, Vice-President of Senior Hall Class
H39-'40J, President of Hall Council C38-'39j, Second Vice-President of Blues, Blue
Stunt, May Court Q'40j, King of Twelfth Night f'40j, Nativity C37-'38j, October
Day Court Q'37j, Hockey Q'39j, Glee Club C36-'40j, Treasurer of Class C58-'39j,
Second Vice-President of Student Council f'39j.
NEW 'YORK CITY
IRIS Staff QU, TraI'I'll1'r Staff Qlj, Dramatic Club Clj, Ping-pong Tournament.
Dramatic Club C39-'4Oj, TrnI'z'Ilc'I' Staff f'40j.
President of Junior Class C38-'39j, TI'uI'vllr'I' Staff C39-'40j, May Day Q'59j.
IRIS Staff C39-'40j, TnlIfI'l1I'I' Staff C39-,40j, Glee Club f'40j, Treasurer Senior Class
f'40j, Nativity f'39j.
LYNGI-I STATION, VIRGINIA
Blues Secretary, C4-OJ, Secretary of Junior Class C,39j.
WE, the cuter girls, about to burst into a collegiate
world in all our glory, do give and bequeath to the rem-
nants of Stratford these, our most treasured possessions,
with the hope that the next generation, if they try 'very
hard, can become as uniquely unique as we are!!
To Jean Mollison, our patient and long-suffering spon-
sor, we leave our apologies.
To the faculty as a whole-we leave!!
Upon Miss Brydon we confer, with our blessings, an
inexhaustible supply of slugs for the Coca-Cola machine.
To Miss Fitz, whom we suspect never had a more
interesting English class, we leave tenderest memories of
us as "the great psychological experiment" of '36-'40,
As ardent admirers of pastel colors, we leave Junior's
red flannel shirt to Basie Crumpler. Q
Anne Tyree bequeaths to Miss Wliittington a bar of
candy-to be eaten in chapel period only.
Franny Pointer leaves her pugilistic nature to "Parky."
Buzzy Bailey leaves her wind-racked frame to Marjorie
Junior Chapin bequeaths her four-year-old position as
President of the Night Owl Gang to Addie Stanley.
Virgie Nenon leaves her "burns" to Bluzey I-Iauton.
Louise Feinberg bestows her persecution complex upon
Anne Watson leaves her ability to stick to the straight-
and-narrow to Anne Boocks.
To Sarah Thorpe, "Babe" Oakes leaves her regular
Friday night open-house.
Evelyn Lewis leaves her frequent fainting spells to
Scrawny Jean Clark.
Ruth Townes wills her standing room among Franny
Pointer's coat hangers to future day students-on the
Given under our sign and seal this eleventh day of
June, nineteen hundred and forty.
THE SENIOR HALL CLASS.
SENIOR HALL SUPERLATIVES
Moxl POPHIZII' .
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. . . BETTY CI-IAPIN
. ANNE TYREE
. EVELYN LEXVIS
. LEA BAILEY
THE PERFECT SENIOR
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. BETTY CHAPIN
. BETTY CHAPIN
. ANNE TYREE
. LEA BAILEY
. LEA BAILEY
BARBARA ADAMS . . . Presiclezzf
ANNE BooCKs . . Vivo-Presiflefzf
LUCILLE HAUTON . Secreiary
NELLIE LEA . . . . Treasurer
CAROLYN LAMBETH Sergealzf-at-Arnzs
Miss RACHEL BLACK .... Sponsor
Mary Parker Jo Ann Otis
Virginia Robertson Marjorie Anderson
MAY CRUMPLER . . . . Presirleut
MARY MOORMAN JoNEs . . Vice-Prcsirlefzf
LUCY BRALLEY . . . . Secretary
MARGAIKET DEI-IART . . . Treasurer
ADDIE STANLEY . . . Sergcfalzz'-af-Arms
Miss KATHRINE HOOFNAGLE . . . Sponsor
Mary Fazel Virginia Lambeth
Louise Gardner Jean Clark
GENE RAY . . . Presiclcfzi
ISABEL LEWIS . Vice-Presirlenf
OLIVE BARRAS . . . Secretary
JEAN YARBORO ..... TFOtlS7lTC'7'
NANCY C. BOATWRICHT . . SL'Fg6'6lIIf-df-,AVIIZS
MRS. WALTER PARKER . . . Sponsor
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Class ol '43
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EVELYN GILLEY . . Vive-Prvsizlwff
ANNE WATSON . . Srwoml Viva'-Pwsirlmzt
VIRGINIA AMES . . . . . Sc'c'rc'fm'y
VIRGINIA CABELL . . . Tmlsurm-
Miss HALLII3 B. MCMILLAN . ....... Advisor
Lucy Bralley Mary Lily Purdum
Louise Gardener Frances Pointer
Pearl Kotlier Jean Tompkins
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INTERNATIONAL RELATICNS CLUB
Mmm' I-IuN'r12u EDMUNDS . . . . . . . . . President
ANNIE SIMPSON . . . . Vive-Pi'cxidc'11f
MARY EVELYN JIEIVI-'IZRSON . . . Svc're1fary
Miss hm lfl'l'zcs121mL1i
Mary Lily Purdum
BLUE PENCIL CLUB
i Anne Simpson
Mary Lily Purdum
EVELYN GI1.1..1zY . .
BARBARA GlillfFl1'l-IS .
JANETI-I EARLY . . .
Mary Hunter Edmunds
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. . Ser rcfary-Trc'as11 rel'
Mary Evelyn Jefferson
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A .TRAVELLER STAFF
BETTY BARBER MAX'NARD
MARY HUNTER EDMUNDS .
MARY LILY PURDUM .
Mary E. Jeiferson
X General Managers
A gnes Swain
Miss IDA FITZGERALD . . ....... Azlwvcr
Mary Evelyn Jefferson
Betty Barber Maynard
Mary Lily Purdum
Miss MARGARET XXII-IITTINGTON . . . . . . Coach
INTERIOR DECORATION CLUB
CAROLYN PEILKINSON ......... Prcsidwrl
VIRGINIA STROTHERS . . Vic'c'-Prcxiden!
KATHERINE COLBERT . . Svcrvtary
VIRGINIA AMES .... . Trc'asm'cI'
MISS BESSIE VAN WAGENEN . . . Sponsor
Mary Evelyn Shelton
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Mary Lily Purdum
Miss Ida Fitzgerald Miss Bessie Van Wagenen
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Katherine Benson Virginia Cabell
Anne Bowen Hester Chattin
Mary Moorman Jones
Mary Lily Purdum
Mary Moorman Jones
STRATFCRD HUNT CLUB
MR. GARRETT WATKINS . .
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Mary Elizabeth Parker
VIRGINIA CABELL . . . Prcsiflcnf
BARBARA GRIFFITHS . . VfL'6'-Pl'!'5flfl'llf
ANN BOWEN . . . . Sc'z'1'z'la1'y-Twaszzrar
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MARY LILY PURDUM . . ....... President
HESTER CHATTIN . . . ,First Vice-President
BETTY CHAPIN . . . Seconrl Vice-Presirlenl
ANNE TYREE . . . . Secretary
MAY CRUIAPLER . . Treasurer
-:Fl 'x 1 Q' 'Y 'S
Junior College of Cultural and Practical Arts
College Preparatory Department
Congratulate the Staff of the IRIS on this Volume
May Success be the Happy Realization of Every Stratford Girl
MAB-EL H. KENNEDY, Dann JOI-IN C. SIMPSON, Prc'xidtnt
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STRATFORD COLLEGE --- 1939-40
Adams, Barbara .,.....
Ahlman, Lois ..,......
Ames, Virginia Lee
Anderson, Marjorie ,,
Armentrout, Barbara . . .
Bailey, Lydia Lea . .
Barras, Olive ....
Benson, Katherine . . .
Bond, Edith ...,.
Boocks, Anne . .
Bowen, Ann ..,...,..,
Bralley, Lucy .........
Brown, Margaret Blanche, . .
Bryant, Charlee ,....,.
Cabell, Virginia ,...
Chapin, Betty ..,.
Clark, Jean ......
Colbert, Kathryn . . .
Corbet, Elizabeth .,..
Culverhouse, Burnett . . .
Emerson, Louise .....
Fazel, Mary Elizabeth . . .
Feinberg, Louise .....
Ford, Ingles .....,.
Friedlander, Helene ,.
Futrelle, Peggy Lou ....
Gallaher, Betty ......
Garvin, Elsie .......
Gibbons, Jean ...,
Gilley, Evelyn ,.,,...
Gingrich, Elizabeth ..
Griffiths, Barbara . . ,
Hagerty, Anne . . .
Hauton, Lucille ....
Hoffman, Helan ....
Kotlier, Pearl ....
Lane, Frances ,.,....
Lauberstein, Martha ,...
Marye, Mary Christian , .
Martinez, Elsa ..,......
McLean, Virginia ,...
Naughton, Blanche ..
Nenon, Virginia ,
Newton, Betty . . .
O'Neil1, Betty . . .
Otis, Joan ....,
Parker, Mary .,
Parr, Catherine . . .
Perez, Beba ....
Perez, Cuca ......,
Pointer, Frances ,...
Rhyne, Polly ..,,...
Robinson, Dorothy . . .
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Sanders, Caroline . . .
Sandruck, Lucille .....
Shields, Barbara ......
Stanley, Addie Virginia
Stevens, Gladys ......
Strother, Virginia .
Sullivan, Gloria ,.,...
Taylor, Leah Wood
Thorpe, Sarah ..,.
Tompkins, Jean ..
Trapnell, Elizabeth . ..
Tyree, Anne .,.,.
Wade, Margaret . . .
XVatson, Anne . .,... .
NVilliams, Katherine . . .
NVilliams, Lois ...,
Black, Merle .,...
Carter, Julia .....
Chattin, Hester . . .
Crumpler, May ..
Davis, Betsy .....
DeHart, Margaret ..,.
Durham, Mildred ,....
Edmunds, Mary Hunter
Emerson, Isabel .,,,,.
Fulton, Alice Lee . . .
Gardner, Louise .,,.
Grant, Elizabeth ...,.
Heard, Bernice ..,..,.
Jefferson, Mary Evelyn
Jones, Mary Moorman .
Lambeth, Carolyn ....
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Lea, Nellie Meade . . .
Lewis, Evelyn ....,.
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May, Mary Jeannette . .
Maynard, Betty Barber
Oakes, Catherine .....
Perkinson, Carolyn .,.,
Purdum, Mary Lily . . .
Ray, Gene Hazelwood ,
Robertson, Virginia Ani
Shelton, Mary Evelyn . .
Simpson, Anne Marye .
Smith, Carolyn . . .
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R. F. D. No. 4, Danville, Virginia
Forest Hills, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Main Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .West Main Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Gray Street, Danville, Virginia
. , . .Virginia Avenue, Danville, Virginia
. . . .R. F. D. No. 6, Box 93, Danville, Virginia
. . . .R. F. D. No. 6, Box 93, Danville, Virginia
. . . .West Main Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .204 Girard Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Gray Street, Danville, Virginia
226 Randolph Street, Danville, Virginia
204 Marshall Terrace, Danville, Virginia
. . . .College Avenue, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Green Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Route No. 3, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Forest Hills, Danville, Virginia
. . .Franklin Turnpike, Danville, Virginia
816 Shepherd Ave., Danville, Virginia
127 S. Main Street, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Virginia Avenue, Danville, Virginia
. . . .Broad Street, Danville, Virginia
Virginia Avenue, Danville, Virginia
1 :Forest Hills, Danville, Virginia
College Avenue, Sclioolfield, Virginia
920 N. Main Street, Danville. Virginia
130 Marshall Terrace, Danville, Virginia
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