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It was a bright and sunny day in the fall of 1940 when our class tripped into Stratford.
Some of the sun disappeared while we existed during Rat VVeek, with our dresses on backwards,
and black stockings, and more such indignities, but all was rosy again when the seniors gave
us a dance and other nice things during Peanut VVeek.
By then we had chosen Lib Lamonby to help the class see its way through the year, and
VVatson, McFall, Gertie Jones and Nell Luck as aides-cle-campe. And Miss Watson, brought
honor to us and herself by being elected president of the Blues, which position she has kept
through our Senior year, too. This athletic red-head is one of our two graduating members who
also graduated from Stratford Hall. Poofie Townes is the other-she has been a Stratfordite
for years and years.
Unanimously, we chose Miss Pannill to sponsor us, which she has done with her usual "oomph"
and jolliness for two years now.
We first gained recognition with the help of our sister classes by winning the Blue and
VVhite Hockey game, hands down, also aided by a little pig who grunted and was generally
Projects such as selling magazine subscriptions and encouraging pushing the materialization
of a Student Activities Building we took over with a vengeance, and were of great assistence-
if we do say so ourselves.
At about this stage in our history, two of our members brought the exceptional worth of our
class to public light-Carol VVatt was appointed by the Student Activity Committee to be chair-
man of the school's Social Committeeg and "Kappy" NVatter:-I was chosen to head the Decoration
Committee. Both of these girls were the first Freshmen ever to have held these positions, and
they proceeded to put on the best dances fdecorations and all, the former never having been used
beforej Stratford had ever seen.
Betty Jones was elected Stratford's Christmas Card Girl, and this year she is our May Queeng
while Jane McFall was "Miss Liberty" to represent Stratford for V. P. I.'s contest, and this year
she was the very lovely queen of our traditional October Day.
In the spring, we did some more "showing-everyone-how-good-we-were" by putting on a rip-
ping Library VVeek, and later an informal dance, which everyone agreed was the best affair in
A great many of our attractive girls were voted for Nlay Court, while the class continued to
do original things-selling crew caps to the other classes, and rolling bandages for the Red Cross,
We ended our Freshmen year with typical success funderstand, we do not wish to sound
conceited, but we believe in giving credit where it is duei by wishing the seniors a Bon 'Voyage
with a farewell breakfast at the Hotel Danville.
Another fall came, and it saw our now well-known class back in Stratford, a part of us gone,
but replaced by Mrs. Stone, Tick Overfield, and Jean Harris. Someday we can expand proudly
one day in a well known and well packed concert hall and say, about Jean, "Ah, yes, my dear,
I graduated with her in college!"
Our class president became the president of the Council, and "Kappy" VVatters has been her
able successor. After showing the new girls a few ropes, we put on an informative and amusing
Good Manners Week to start things properly.
By this time Carol VVatt and Virginia Coerr had put the Hunt Club on its feet, and for the
first time Stratford had a well organized and reorganized riding club. The former was also
toast mistress of the Traveller Banquet, while our other Carol flidmundsj did the same for the
Founder's Day Banquet.
And the war came. At first we felt helpless to do anything constructive, but soon we saw
that there was plenty for us here, VVe learned how to be air raid wardens and fire fightersg
knitted watchcaps and sweaters for the Red Crossg bought VVar Stamps, and studiously
For Christmas, ouI' Senior Class gave the school an American flag, while Mildred Rogers,
individually, gave her another large and beautiful one.
Lamonby and Loughead seem to be the bright lights of our dramatic abilities-both were
made members of the Delta Psi Omega.
Five of us were members of the May Court, a number not exceeded by a senior class for quite a
long while. And Queen Betty jones looked like a fairy from The Land of Heart's Desire.
On another sunny day, we will be given our diplomas from Stratford. The storm and
darkness of war are in the background now, but we have learned things here that will make us
able to cope with the demands war will make on us. VVe could not have done this so well on
that other bright day two years ago.
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Dear Miss Kennedy:
You have asked me to send you some information on the class of I942, and I feel that this
will answer your query. I include the last wishes of the class as well as their present activities.
Mildred Marks left her sophistication to Erma Bryant, therefore, you will not be surprised to
learn that Mildred is well on the way to becoming a very prominent social leader in Dallas.
Ginny Coerr and Carol VVatt left the stables in the care of Harriet jordan and Claire Noyes.
Ginny has sent interesting letters from the Court of St. james, where she is a member of our
diplomatic staff. Carol is finding it easy to adapt herself to the life of an Army pilot's wife.
Jean Loughead, who left Sudie to Susan Orr, had a meteoric rise to fame after the publication
of her book Nnlifw llfhirrs in .'1Il1I'l'fl'!l, but suddenly retired from the public eye to become
a happy housewife
Joyce Shackelton, who bestowed her Chaucer notes on Lois Tucker, is now happily married
and living in 'l'eaneck, N. J.
Tick, you may remember, left her Hash guns to Bonnie jean, and can be found running her
own branch of the "'l'raveler's Aid" in Grand Central Station.
Gertie jones, who surrendered her dancing ability to Patty Peace, is featured with Charlie
Barnett and his orchestra, doing exhibition dancing in the U. S. O. shows.
Betty Jones, who gave her serenity to Marge Seagrave, is now contentedly sewing buttons on
shirts for the Star Laundry.
Flossie Tucker left her tap shoes to Edith, and now does impressario in a large night club in
jane VVorth Brown left U. V. A. to Barbara Adams for bigger and better ice cream parties,
to become a social leader well known in Chattanooga, as well as Philadelphia and Wasliington.
jean llarris gave the piano in the auditorium to Miss Mac to become that well-known radio
personality, "'1"he 'Bama Boogie Beat Girl."
Kappy VVatters willed her drawing board to Elaine Treitman, and worked up to being the
editor-in-chief of Vogue.
Belle Francis left her shorthand books to Carolyn Lambeth, and now heads a business school
Phyllis Jordan, who left her dignity and poise to Sherry Daly, is resigning her position as
hostess on the "Southerner" to venture into matrimony with a certain well-known commuter.
Barbara Boshart gave her spot in the office to Jean Clendenin, and reliable sources have it that
Barbara is to be the confidential secretary to the next president of our country.
"Pootie" Towncs relinquished her blonde hair to Mollineaux, who wanted it, because she now
has another blonde to keep her head in the clouds-and they don't read Roll Jordan Roll.
Mildred Rogers left her room to Skinney and Sweeney, and spends her time lolling on the
beach at VVaikiki.
Jean Rathhurn parted with her Beowulf notes to give them to Margaret Anne Brewer, and
is now the leader of the Cleveland branch of the Y. VV. C. A.
Agnes VVest surrendered the third bed in her room to Dot Jane, and can be found singing
nursery rhymes to her own children.
Margie Embshoff set her alarm clock for Sara XVest, and is now typing for the president of
the Vicks Chemical Company.
Frankly speaking, Steinmeyer couldn't think of a thing to leave, and I rather imagine you
know what happened to her.
Nancy Goolsby conveyed her "A's" to Alice Boyd and is an expert in child psychology in
Carol Edmonds donates her llair for ad copy to Marie Barksdale, and is now pushing the hair
out of her eyes to study her A. B. C's.
,lane Mcliall bequeathed her middle name to Austin, and her better-known canvases are
found at the Metropolitan Museum.
Judy Deutsh rendered her laugh to Sehniek, and gives Jack Dempsey strong competition with
Anne VVatson donated her athletic ability to Moo Anderson, and writes a nationally syndicated
Miss Pannill, who couldn't hear leaving her class, is studying what she does not know about
medicine at johns llopkins, and is directing the interne's May Day. . .and can they ever maypole!
To whomever can do it, Lib Lamonby offered her versatility and is rolling in acres of
"Betta" homes and gardens.
Mrs. Stone willed her courage and adaptability to the future students and succeeded in being
hooded with her daughter at Randolph-Macon.
I hope this will help you with the gathering together of material of the zllurnnae Bulletin,
and send sincerest love for you who are part of the Stratford we will always love so dearly.
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Suddenly out of the night I found myself stumbling along the rocky path of learn-
ing-I was the Class of '42. lVIy sole supporters being Basie Crumpler and Louise
Gardner. I was off to a brilliant start because of their outstanding scholastic rating
and financial genius.
Next September rolled around and I felt my wavering footsteps greatly strength-
ened. I was amazed at the number of supporters I had gained--why there were Boots
Bralley, Virginia Lambeth, Virginia Robertson, lVIargaret Del-lart, llflary Fazel, lldary
llfloorman Jones and Sarah Thorpe! This increase enabled me to push farther into
my four year sojourn.
Basie Crumpler continued as my guiding hand which led me safely to my third year.
Then Holly Lockwood, Jeanne Anderson and llflargaret Hancock cast their fate
with ours. Mary ll-Ioorman Jones steered me through this year quite capably too.
Nly fourth year found me greatly increased and strengthened for the last lap. Rosalind
Randall, Mary Parsons, lVIary Parker, Jeanelle Ray, Joy Robinson, Carol Liddy,
Audrey Wiiig and Donna Lewis all came to add their strength.
To guide me through my senior year Sarah Thorpe took over the wheel. I should
like to mention several honors which I have had. I won the prize for having the
best banner at October Day ,4.I, then, my members won for me the Stratford lVIagazine
Contest ,42. In lVIarch, '42, finding myself quite grown-well, almost, anyway--I
took over Spring Planting Day-did quite well too. Not all of my honors came from
the class as a whole, though, every member stood out. Here are a few: Boots Bralley
was the first house president of Stratford Hall. Carol Liddy was court jested at
Twelfth Night, '42, and also a member of the cast in the Spring Play, '42,
Holly Lockwood graced the May Cou1't in ,4I and '42, she was also the Christmas
Card Girl, '4I. Our own Joy Robinson was chosen maid of honor in the lVIay Court,
,42. Audrey Wiiig was also in the May Court, '42.
And so with these honors flaming behind me I embark with a courageous spirit
into the surging tides of life with the knowledge that: All's well that ends well.
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It wasn't Halloween but with lots of conniving we were granted an interview with Stratf0rd's Little Grey Lady-she is all
wisdom and she knows the future of her Stratford daughters as well as the past. And so we asked her what and where we would all
be in 1952.
Sh-h-h-h, the Little Grey Lady begins to speak-"As I see it, Louise Gardner has just completed her tenth degree. They have
given out of regular ones, so now they have just conferred the most honorable degree, P. D. Q.
" Basie Crumpler is now living in a green mansion surrounded by green, dotted with a few red heads to complete the color scheme.
"Your two exotic blonds, Audrey and Parkie have just won the Van Wagener prize for outstanding painting. Audrey is in-
fluenced hy the beauty of the ocean. And also among your prize winners Mary Fazel has just won the A. E. Martin prize for
"Ohl Margaret Hancock seems to he content holding down the booths at Bi'adley's while Holly Lockwood is still "femme
fatale" to the linsigns at Norfolk.
"And looking into a room full of yarn l Iind Virginia Lambeth and Pearl Gonzalez knitting tiny pink socks.
"joy Robinson has opened for exhibition the world's greatest collection of African Oddities.
"Carrol Liddy is doing a Rip Van NVinl-:le to try to get rid of the circles she gained while at Stratford.
"Roz, the movie star, has been given the academic award for her latest picture "Bill, the Woman Killer."
"Boots Bralley is Dean of Women at the University of Altavista. Also in the profession of knowledge scattering, Virginia
Robertson is holding her Home lic. Classes while fascinating jeanelle Ray is being married for the sixth time-she demeurely
rawls "mir is the real thing."
"lVfargaret De Hart is now running her famous shoppe "Le Parisian."
"Parsons is hostess at Camp Lee, while on the side she is rearing little generals.
"Donna Lewis is the outstanding woman doctor of America.
'f leannc Anderson has just won the title f'Miss America" while modeling for Petty. Nlary Moorman jones as first lady has
'ust completed her latest book, "President Wooding and His Day."
"Sarah Williams nee 'l'horpe has just completed her 18th book of poems and is still looking for a publisher."
Having completed her prophecies the Little Grey Lady vanished into a mist but as she went, these words floated back to us,
'If ou don't believe me just look into vout crystal-or better still, try to find me."
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We, the Ultra-Ultra class of Stratford fSenior Hall, to you ll think it mete and fitting to leave this as our last will-with a wish
for a jolly good time for those who are leaving and a rayer for those who remain.
First, we leave our love for Stratford fand cancfhy barsj to all other blossoming youngsters who think they can fill our shoes.
KOf course, we have our doubts as to anymufr ability to do soil
To the faculty as a whole, we leave our sincerest hopes that the class of '43 will take our place as model children-precocious,
To Miss Odom, our sponsor, we leave an all-day sucker-a sweet symbol of the twenty-four hour job she has had all year. We
carry with us deepest love and respect for all that she has meant to us.
We must now embark upon the last mutterings of those mouldy-minded individuals who dared to mumble a few last words.
jeanclle Ray and joy Robinson do bequeath, with tenderest sighs, their golden locks to Susan Leitch.
Lockwood leaves her howlegs to Mary Pickett.
Virginia Lambeth leaves to jean Yarhoro her powers of concentration-especially in French.
Margaret De Hart leaves her standing room at the bookstore to Addie Stanley to carry on annoying Mrs. Evans.
"Doors" Gardner leaves her genius in Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil to Jamie Catherine Harris-plus a pair of bi-focals.
Roz Randall Qbetter known as Rumblej leaves her Bill for other Stratford girls to dream about.
Mary Parsons leaves her impish smile to jean Boze, and Mary Fazel leaves her scientific nature to Barb. Ann Beasley.
To anyone who can stay awake, jeanne Anderson bequeaths her midnight chats with Boze.
Pearl Gonsalez leaves her little knitting needles to Miss Hoofnagle to produce bigger and better results.
Liddy leaves "the skin you love to touch" to anyone who's interested!
Her twilight rendezvous in front, of Stratford each evening is left by Margaret Hancock to anybody who can get by with it.
Audrey Wing leaves a blanket invitation to all those cold-blooded-well, Yankees-to come to Florida for a general thawing out.
Boots Bradlley leaves the supervision of the Hall-with pleasure!
To any capable day student, Virginia Robertson leaves her place in Miss Martin's office.
Mary Parker bestows her artistic talent to Gene Ray.
Mary Moorman jones, Basie Crumpler, and Sarah Thorpe leave their well-worn seats in English Class and their conversations
ith Miss Fitz to any courageous youngsters who think they can carry on.
Given under our sign and seal fthe Victory Sign rather than a haloll this day, june 9, I942.
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NANCY CARTER BOATWRIGH1' SUSAN LICITCH ADDIE VIRGINIA STANLEY
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ELIZABETH LAMONIIY. . . ..... President
JANE-WORTH BROVVN. . . . .Vice President
CAROL WATT. . . ..... Secretary
VIRGINIA COERR. . . . Treasurer
ANNE G. MCCARTY
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The Glue Club, under
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JCHCFSOII is one of the
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Stratford has. Its purpose
is to stimulate a deeper
appreciation of music and
to enrich the e-Itudents with
its benefits. lt is comprised
of thirty-five members
who have proven their
ability to I't'1lKl Zlllll sing
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VIRGINIA COERR. . .
JANE MCFALL ,...
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BARBARA STEINRI EYER
MISS IDA FITZGERALD.
BETTY BALLARD JONE
MARY MOORM AN JON ES
ANNE GzXMIlllIiI,II McCAR'rI'
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MARY Coox MARIIETT
PHYLLIS WASM U'1'I'I
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The Blazer Club is an athletic organization open to all those who make 300 points
throughout the seasonal activites. The members must also possess a love for their
school and a deep sense of truth, beauty, loyalty, reverence and sportsmanship.
The Blazer Club was started by our sponsor, Miss Pannill four years ago, but
this year we are happy to say it may claim more members than ever before.
JANE AUSTIN ..... ...... P resident
GERTRUDE JONES. . . ..... Vice President
JANE M CFALL. . . ......... . .Secretary-Treasurer
MARY MooRMAN JONES
RosA GRAY SIMPSON
IEA NELLE 'RAY
ANNE DE RoNoE
ST. CLAIRE MACMILLAN
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BESSIE VAN WAGENER
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The Stratford Players, the dramatic club of the college, hm successfully presented
two major productions this year, one in the fall, "Emma," and one in the spring, "Time
for Romance." In addition to these, various shorter skits and scenes have been given
from time to time by the members.
Lectures and discussions on dramatic technique, make-up, pantomime, and stage
directions have been held to develop in the students a greater love and knowledge of
JEAN LOUGHEAD ...... ....... P resident
BARBARA STEINMEYER. . . . .Vice President
ANNE WIATSON ....... ..... S ecretary
JANE WORTH BROXVN .............. ............. ......... Y ' reasurer
JANE VVORTH BROWN
DOT JANE JIMMERSON
MARY Cooic MARETT
ANNE DE RONGE
BONNIE JEAN ARNDT. .. . ...... President
PENNY LEDPDLD ...... . . . .Vice President
EDITH S1NNo'r1'. . . ...... . ..... ..... . .............. ...... S 4 'cretary
Fl.0RliNCIi 'IQUCKIER PIlYI.I.lS VVASMUTH BARBARA I-IUx'1.ER I-IARRIET JORDAN
CLAIRE Novus MARY IQRETSCHMAR LEIL.-X STOLLENWERCK 1.015 r1iUCKER
SALLY CHAMI-mx PR1scn.1,A BRAISLIN M1LDREn ROGERS JANE McP1-IAYDEN
ALICE Bovn MARJDRIE Emnslxolfx-' MILDRED MARKS
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BARBARA .STE1NA1EYER. . . . . . , . . .Pnfsident
PATTY PEACE ........ ...Vice Presidenl
V IRGINIA CDERR. . . . . . . ..... . . ....... Secretary
ANNE IVICCARTY .................. .............. .......... T 1 'msurer
PlI'x'l.I.IS JORDAN IEl.1zAnla'1'1-I LAMONDY VIRGINIA PULLEN JEAN McDAN1E1.
lsAnE1, COOGAN CAROL EDMUNDS MUR1EL OVERI-'IELD BARBARA JORDAN
SARAH 'IQIIORPE JEAN HARRIS MARX' Coox NIARETI' PIELEN Bocas
BARBARA HUYLER MARY MDORMAN JONES
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The Hunt Club is composed of nine members who organize and sponsor horse
shows, informal dances, steak fries, and take cross country hunts. The regular college
horseshows come three times a year-Fall, Spring, and final horse shows, with a
Gymlchana in ll-larch which induces the members of the faculty to participate!
Membership is obtained through horsemanship, sportsmanship and 21 unanimous
vote of the active club members.
CAROL VVATT. . . ....... President
VIRGINIA COERR. . . . .Vice President
ISABEI, LEYVIS. . . ..... Treasurer
PENNY LIaoPoI.u SARA W rasr
CLAIRE Norss AUDREY VVING
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The purpose of the International Relations Club is to stimulate interest in world
affairs and current events. It is composed only of students whose academic standing
is very high. Usually the Inembers of the club furnish the program at each of the bi-
weekly meetings, but speakers on topics of world interest are sometimes invited to
address the club. At such times the meetings are held for the benefit of the entire
school. A Current lfvents VVeek is held each year during which the club proposes
to bring to the attention of the entire student body these topics of current interest
which they consider of outstanding importance.
CARoI, EDMUNDS ....
JISAN HARRIS .....
JANE VVORTII BROWN
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NEW' YORK CLUB
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KATH ERI N E YVAT'I'E RS
JANE WORTH BROWN
MARY MooRMAN JONES
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Stratford takes ti1ne out from being broadened by knowledge to become unbroadb-
ened by athletics '
SFfJf8llllll'l'-FfI'St View of Stratford's new athletes with 82 turning out at the call
of hockey and so large a number signing up for the fall tennis tournament that "Peter"
Pannill searched the town for a piece of cardboard big enough to hold all the names.
October-The Hockey team of VVatson, Coogan and Seagrave challanged the
team of jones and jordan and what looked like a farce turned out far from it with
the favored team of Watsoii, Coogan and Seagrave pushing through with a shakey
victory of 4 to 2.
Nofvember-Blue and White Hockey game with the VVhites having the day over
the blue Blues and winning the game 6 to 5. Highlighting the battle was VVatson getting
her nose to the ground and Patty shooting the victory goal.
Felnvmry-VVith mid-year exams over study-weary students seek forgetfulness from
the awful truth as winter weather drives them inside and the Y. VV. C. A. echoes to
the sound of pounding balls and feet as basket ball rolls into action.
fflarclz-Faculty plays students in bang-up basket ball, and heat the students 28
to 25 as "Peter" Pannill proved she can practice what she preaches by her powerful
playing with no small help from M1'. Neely. Between quarters, typical scene: lVIiss
Bessie stretched out full length under blankets with frantic students fanning her.
After came the Blue and VVhite yearly duel with the Whites sharp shooting
through to a 20 to I3 victory.
fllay-'.'Peter" Pannill aided by lVIiss Bessie burn the midnight oil to give Strat-
ford a triumphant lVIay Day with the students after weeks of stiffening practice show-
ing what dancing really is.
Witli lVIay Day over spring sports and spring fever go hand in hand with soft-
ballers on the diamond, rackets on the tennis courts, badminton courts Hying with
shuttle cocks, plus arrows in the bull's eye, ringing the bell that the season is over.
June-Putting aside their sportswear, Stratford dons her festive air to review the
outstanding achievements of the year in the annual Athletic Banquet.
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Dem' God, dem' l"ntl1f'r, bend to us
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dm! tearh us. God, that lznfzpincss
Through only iruih and faith ix brought.
MARY MOORMAN -ION ES
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Junior College of Cultural and Practical Arts
College Preparatory Department
Congratulatc the Staff of the IRIS on This Volume-
May Success be the Happy Realization of Every Stratford Girl
MABEL I-I. IiENNEDY,De1L11 - JOHN C. SIMPSON, President
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Jamesville, New York.
IRIS Staff, '42.
JANE VVORTI-I BROVVN, 117 River Point
Road, Signal Mt., Chattanooga, Ten-
Dramatic, '41, Treasurer, 42, French Club,
'41, Poetry Society, '41-'42, International
Relations Club, '42, May Day, '41, The
Nativity, '41, "The Happy Journey," '41,
Production Staff "Emma" and "Time For
Romance," '42, Fire Chief, '42, October
Day, '42, Hockey, '42.
VIRGINIA COERR, VVormsloe, Savannah,
Hunt Club, Vice President, '41-'42, Trafa-
fllfr Stalt, '41, Editor Magazine Section,
'42, Treasurer, Student Council, '42, Dra-
matic Club, '41-'42, Spring Plays, '41,
Toaster Trafuz'll4'r Banquet, '41-'42, Horse
Shows, '41-'42, French Club, '41, Secretary,
'42, IRIS Staff, '42.
ISABEI, COOGAN, 832 Old Lancaster Road,
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Production Staff of Dramatic Club, '41-'42,
May Day, '41, Hockey, '42, Co-Chairman,
Orientation, '42, Chairman, VVays and
Means Committee, '42, Treasurer, Blue
JUDITH DEUTCH, 1217 Beach 9th Street,
Far Rockaway, New York.
Trafuvllm' StaFF, '41-'42, May Day, '41-'42,
Gymkhana, '41, Horse Show, '41, Glee
Club, '41-'42, Ping-Pong, '41-'42, Hockey,
CAROL EDMONDS, 156 Gray Street, Dan-
Trafvvllfr Staff, '41, Advertising Manager,
'42, Advertising Manager of the IRIS, '41,
Business Manager, '42, Toaster Trafvrllrr
Banquet, '41 , Class Chairman, Good English
Xveek, '41, Day Student's Club, '41-'42,
Cup Award, Trafvfllfr, '41, International
Relations Club, '41, President, '42, Blue
Pencil Club, '41-'42, Dramatic Club, '42,
"Time For Romance," '42, May Court,
'42, The Nativity, '41, the Angel, '42,
Toastmistress, Founder's Day, '42.
MARJORIE EMBSHOFF, 118 Andrew Road,
Manhasset, Long Island, New York.
Glee Club, '41-'42, Trafveiln' Staff, '+I-'42,
IRIS Staff, '41-'42, Delegate to Press Con-
vention, '41, Poetry Society, '42, Tennis,
JEAN EMERSON, 18915 Oxford Road,
Glee Club, '41-'42.
BELLE FRANCIS, Dry Fork, Virginia.
Day Student's Club, '41-'42, Tralvcller
NANCY GOOLSBY, 157 South Main Street,
Day Student's Club, '+I-'42, May Day,
'41, International Relations Club, '42,
Chairman, Gift Committee, '42.
JICAN HARRIS, 3121 Carlisle Road, Birm-
Student Council, '42, The Nativity, '42,
Alabama Club, '42.
BETTY JONES, Box 236, Inverness, Florida.
IRIS Staff, '41-'42, Treasurer, Blue Team,
'41, VVinner, Rat VVeek, '41, Rat Court
Committee, '42, October Day, '41-'42, May
Court, '41, Christmas Card Girl, '41,
Chairman, Christmas Party, '42, May
GISRTRUDE JONES, 902 Fairfield Avenue,
Kinston, North Carolina.
Blazer Club, '41, Vice President, '42, Sports
Leader, Class, '42, October Day, '41-'42,
May Day, '41, Treasurer of Class, '41,
VN-'inner, Rat VVeek, '41, Hockey, '42,
The Nativity, '42, May Court, '42, Rat
PHYLLIS JORDAN, I7 Oakland Place,
Summit, New Jersey.
Glee Club, '41-'42, French Club, '41-'42,
May Day, '41, The Nativity, '41-'42,
Badminton, '41, Co-Chairman, Orienta-
tion, '42, Class Sergeant-at-Arms, '42.
IELIZABETH LAMONBY, 1730 South Cul-
lom Street, Birmingham, Alabama.
Maid-in-NVaiting, October Day, '42, In-
ternational Relations Club, '41-'42, Dra-
matic Club, '41-'42, Poetry Society, '41-'42,
May Day, '41, Spring Planting Day, '41,
Toaster Founder's Day, '41-'42, Toaster
Trafurllfr Banquet, '41, French Club,
Treasurer, '41, President of Class, '41,
The Nativity, '41-'42, Spring Plays, '41,
"Emma," '42, Production Staff, "Time For
Romance," '42, Chairman, Handbook Com-
mittee, '42, President Student Council, '42,
Ping-Pong, '41-'42, IRIS Staff, '42, Tennis,
'42, May Court, '42.
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JEAN LOUGHEAD, 174 VVyoming AY'CIIllC,
Soutl1 Orange, New Jersey.
Trafzu'Ilrr' Staff, '41-'42, Glee Club, '41,
Dramatic Club, '41, President, '42, Inter-
national Relations Club, '41-'42, Poetry
Society, '41, Bl11e Pencil Club, '41-'42,
French Club, '41, IRIS Staff, '41, Co-Editor,
'42, Spring illlli Fall Plays, '41, "Emma"
and "Time for Ro1nance," '42 , Toaster Trafv-
rllrr Banquet, '41-'42, Chairman, Refresh-
ment Committee, '41, The Nativity, '41-'42,
Color Races, '41, Chairman, Social Com-
mittee ol' Class, '42, Treasurer of Class,
'42, Tennis, '42, Ping-Pong, '42, October
Day, '42, May Day, '42.
MILDRED MARKS, Virgilina, Virginia.
Dramatic Cl11b, '41-'42, Spring Plays, '41,
Glee Cl11b, '41, May Day, '41, "Emma,"
JANE Mel'Al.I., 1041 Mai11 Street, Danville,
Daughter's Club, '42, President, '41, Sec-
retary, '42, Blazer Club, '41, May Court,
'41-'42, Blue Pencil Club, '42, Tl'1l'UI'HI'l'
Staff, '41, Circulation Manager, '42, Fash-
iu11 Show, '41, October Day, '41, Queen,
'42, "Miss Liberty," '41, Secretary Class,
'41, Hockey, '41-'42, Virginia Club, '42,
Day Student's Club, '41, President, '42,
Toaster 7'I'll'UI'Hl'I' Banquet, '41, Advertis-
ing Manager of the IRIS, '42, Chairman,
Arts Zlllil Decoration Committee of Class,
'42, Toaster l7ounder's Day Banquet, '42,
MITRIEI. OVERFIELD, 88 Virginia Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
llockey, '42, Basket Ball, '42, International
Relations Cl11b, '42.
JEAN RATIIBURN, Randolph Avenue,
May Day, '41-'42, IRIS Staff, '41-'42, Day
Student's Club, '41-'42, Tennis, '42.
MILDRED ROGERS, Naval Mille Depot,
Glee Club, '+I-'42, Dramatic Club, '41-'42,
Poetry Society, '42, Photography Club, '42,
Trafvz'llrr Stalf, '41-'42, Virginia Club, '42,
JOYCE SHACKLETON, 430 VVyoming Ave-
nue, Maplewood, New Jersey.
Poetry Society, '42, Room Award, '41.
BARBARA STEINMEYER, 25 Riggs Ave-
nue, VVest Hartford Connecticut.
French Club, '41, President, '42, Dramatic
Club, '41, Vice President, '42, Poetry So-
ciety, '41, IlItCl'llIltI0llIll Relations Club,
'41-'42, Tl'nfm'llrr Staff, '41, May Day,
'41, The Nativity, '41, Hockey, '41-'42,
IRIS Staff, '41, Co-Editor, '42, October Day,
'42, Production Staff, "Emma" and "Time
for Roma11ce", Tennis, '42.
MRS. GEORGE STONE, Hawtliorne Drive,
-el 79 lfe
RUTH TOVVNES, Virginia Avenue, Dan-
May Day, '41-'42, Day Student's Club,
'41-'42, October Day, '42, Trafvnllcr Staff,
FLORENCE TIICKER, 508 Huston Street,
French Club, '41, Trafvrllm' Staff, '41,
Page Editor, '42, President, .Blue Pencil,
'42, Hockey, '42, IRIS Staff, '41, Ping-Pong,
'41, Softball, '41, Socce1', '41, Badminton,
ANNE VVATSON, 1843 Berkeley Avenue,
Dramatic Club, '41, Secretary, '42, Basket
Ball, '41, Hockey, '41, Captain, Class Hoc-
key, '42, Blazer Club, '41-'42, President,
Blue Team, '41-'42, Picsture IRIS, '42,
Badmi11to11, '41, French Club, '41, Spring
Plays, '41, Tennis, '41, Ping-Pong, '41,
May Day, '41, The Nativity, '41-'42, Vice
President of Class. '41-'42, Production Staff
"Emma" and "Time for RomaIIce," '42,
President, Virginia Club, '42, October Day,
CAROL VVATT, 2501 Montevallo Road,
Mountain Brook Apartments, Birming-
President, Hunt Club, '41-'42, French Club,
'41, Blue Pencil Club, '42, Poetry Society,
'41-'42, T1'afv1'llerStat'f,'41, Editor-in-Cheif
'42, Cllalflnall, College Social Committee,
'41-'42, The Nativity, '41-'42, Toaster
Trafvz'll1'r Banquet, '41, Toastmistress, '42,
Represented Trafvrfllrr at V. P. I. and New
York, '41, Chairman, VVays and Means
Committee, '41, Toaster Founder's Day
Banquet, '42, Secretary Student Council,
'42, Captain Drill Team, '42, Stratford's
Sweetheart, '42, May Court, '42.
CATHERINE VVATTERS, 2814 Niountain
Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama.
Poetry Society, '41, Dramatic Club, '41-'42,
Glee Club, '41, Blazer Club, '41-'42, Oc-
tober Day, '41, Maid-in-VVaiting, '42, The
Nativity, '41 , Decoration Chairman, Dances,
'41, Hockey, '42, Basket Ball, '42, Toaster
Production Staff, Spring Play, '41, "Emma,"
'42, Cast of "Time for Romance," '42, May
Day, '41, VVinner Poster, Good English
XVeek, '41, French Club, '41, Ping-Pong,
'41, Hockey, '42, Basket ball, '42, Toaster
Founder's Day Banquet, '42, Chairman,
Art Committee, '42, President of Class, '42,
Student Council, '42, Alabama Club, '42,
Art Editor of the IRIS, '42, ClI21lI'mZ1Il, Good
AGNES VVEST, 3 Lee Street, Onancock, Vir-
October Day, '41-'42, Rat Court, '42,
Room Award, '41, Chairman, Arts and
Decorations Committee, '41, TEnIliS, '41-
'42, Ping-Pong, '41, May Day, '41, Cast of
"Emma," '42, Dramatic Club, '42, Secre-
tary of Class, '42, Production Staff of
"Time for Romance," '42, The Nativity,
'42, Virginia Club, '42.
,IEANNE ANDERSON, 1114 E. 36th Street,
Glee Club, '41-'42, Basket Ball, '42.
LUCY HARDVVICKE BRALLEY, Lynch
Student Council, '40-'42, Secretary of Class,
'40, Executive Committee of Senior Class,
'42, Hall President '42, Blazer Club, '41-
'42, Daughter's ChIb, '40-'41-'42, Basket
ball, '40-'41-'42, Ping-Pong, '40-'41, Ten-
nis, '4o-'41-'42, Glee Club, '40, Rat Com-
mittee, '42, The Nativity, '40-'42, Canoe-
ing, '41, May Day, '40-'41-'42, Virginia
MAY CRUMPLER, Lady Astor Street, Dan-
President of Class, '39-'40, October Day
Court, '40, Hunt Club, '40, Treasurer of
Blues, '40, May Day, '40, Spring Planting
Day, '39-'40, Trafvellrr Staff, '41, Daugh-
ter's Club, '41-'42, French Club, '42, Glee
MARGARET DEHART, 3871 Alabama
Avenue, S. E., VVashingt0n, D. C.
Class Treasurer, '40, Hockey, '40, Serg-
eant-at-Arms of Class, '40, Costume Com-
mittee, Dramatic Club, '41, May Day, '41,
Local Student's Club, '41-'42, Blue Team,
MARY FAZEL, 1530 VVestover Avenue,
May Day, '40, Sergeant-at-Arms of Class,
'41, Tennis Tournaments, '40-'41-'42, Ping-
Pong, '42, Food Sale Committee, '41-'42,
Rat Court, '42, Virginia Club, '42.
LOUISE GARDNER, Forest Hills, Danville,
Daughter's Club, '41-'42, Student Council,
'40, Secretary-Treasurer of Class, '39, May
Day, '39-'40-'41, Ping-Pong, '42, Local
StudeIIt's Club, '41-'42.
PEARL GONZALEZ, 82 Chestnut Street,
Rutherford, New Jersey.
Glee Club, '42, Photography Club, '42,
Costume Committee, October Day, '42.
DOROTHY GROGAN, 235 'XVest Main
Street, Danville, Virginia.
Local Student's Club, '42.
MARGARET HANCOCK, 306 Hillcrest
Drive, High Point, North Carolina.
Trzwrllrr Staff, '41, May Day, '41-'42.
MARY MOORMAN JONES, Cherry Hill,
R. F. D. No. 1, Danville, Virginia.
Vice President of Class, '40-'42, President
of Class, '41, Blazer Club, '40-'41-'42,
Athletic Banquet, '41, Trafvrller StaH', '41-
'42, Trafuvllvr Birthday Toaster, '42, May
Day, '40-'41, October Day Court, '41,
Poetry Club, '40-'41, Glee Club, '40-'42,
Hockey, '40-'41-'42, Basket Ball, '40-'41-'42,
Spring Planting Day, '41, Student Council,
'41, French Club, '41, Daughter's Club,
'41-'42, Quill and Scroll, '41-'42.
VIRGINIA LAMBETH, R. F. D. No. 6,
May Day, '40-'41, Tra'v1'llz'r Staff, '40-'41-
'42, Costume Committee, Dramatic Club,
'41, IRIS Staff, '41, Ping-Pong, '42, Class
Secretary, '42, Glee Club, '42, Local Stu-
dent's Club, '42, Christmas Party Commit-
DONNA LEVVIS, 1109 Grayland Street,
Greensboro, N. C.
Hockey Team, '42, Ping-Pong, '42, Tennis,
'42, Basket Ball, '42.
CARROLL LIDDY, 541 Barrington Road,
Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
Dramatic Club, '42, Hockey Team, '42,
Ping-Pong, '42, Tennis, '42, Jester, Twelfth
Night, '42, Basket Ball, '42, Blue Stunt,
'42, Michigan Club, '42, "Time for Ro-
HOLLY LOCKVVOOD, Linkhorn Park, Vir-
ginia Beach, Virginia.
May Day Court, '41-'42, Class Secretary,
'41, Christmas Card Girl, '42.
MARY PARKER, Country Club Lane,
Petersburg, VVest Virginia.
Blazer Club, '40-'41-'42, Glee Club, '41-
'42, Dramatic Club, '41-'42, Class Treas-
urer, '41-'42, Hockey, '40-'41-'42, Basket
MARY PARSONS, 1538 VVestover Avenue,
Virginia Club, '42, Dramatic Club, '42,
Ping-Pong, '42, Basket Ball, '42, Tennis,
ROSALIND RANDALL, 770 Shirley Drive,
Hockey, '42, Dramatic Club, '42, IRIS
Staff, '42, Trnwrllrr Staff, '42.
.IEANELLE RAY, 104 Magnolia Curve,
Blazer Club, '42, Dramatic Club, '42,
"Emma," '42, Alabama Club, '42, Tennis,
'42, Captain, Hall Hockey Team, '42.
VIRGINIA ROBERTSON, R. F. D. No. 2
May Day, '40-'41, Tl'llfZJl'lfl'I' Staff, '40-
'41-'42, Local Student's Club, '41-'42, Ping-
JOY ROBINSON, 721 South VVillow, Tampa,
Blazer Club, '42, Dramatic Club, '42,
Horse Show, '42, Daughter's Club, '42,
Hockey, '42, Tennis, '42, Ping-Pong, '42,
Blue Stunt, '42, Color Races, '42, Basket
Ball, '42, Maid of Honor, May Day, '42.
SARAH Tl-IORPE, Townsend, Georgia.
Vice President of Class, '41, President of
Class, '42, Blazer Club, '40-'41-'42, Glee
Club, '40-'41-'42, Trafvrllvr Staff, '42, IRIS
Staff, '42, Hockey, '40-'41-'42, Basket Ball,
'40-'41-'42, Tennis, '40-'41-'42, Badminton,
40, Gymkhana, '41, Founder's Day
Toaster, '42, October Day Court, '42,
VVinner Latin Tournament, '41, Student
Council. '42, Executive Council, '42, May
Day, '40, Poetry Society, '42, French Club,
'41-'42, Rat Committee, '42, Orientation
Committee, '42, Student Activities Commit-
tee, '42, Blue Stunt, '40-'42, Blue Runner,
'40-'41-'42, Chairman, Food Sale Commit-
tee '41, Secretary, Better English VVeek,
'40, Judiciary Council, '42, Spring Plant-
ing Day, '40, Chairman, '42, Nominating
AUDREY VVING, 86 Marina Street, St.
Hunt Club, '42, May Court, '42.
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MARY BOSIlAR'l' .............
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ERMA BRYANT .............
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SARAH CHAMPLIN .....,...
FRANCES CHAPIN ...........
VIEAN MARIE CLENDENIN...
CAROLINE CLORE ...........
BETSY ANN COLEMAN .....
I-IATTIE CRIITE ............
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MARY FRANCES DANIEL .....
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BETTY LEYDEN .............
MARY LEY DEN ...............
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ANNE GAMBRELL MCCARTY.
JEAN MCDANIEL ..............
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MARY COOK MARETT .....
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MARION MELONEY ...........
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,IEANNE MOLLINEAUX ......
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Cox Carlton Hotel, Atlanta, Ga.
216 Mt. Vernon Ave., Danville, Ya.
5 Balti1nore St., Hyatteville, Md.
55 Aberfoyle Rd., New Rochelle, N. Y.
62 l"lighla11d St., VV. Hartford, Conn.
Hotel Shelton. 49th and Lexington Ave., N
Market St., Cheraw South Carolina.
Dans I-lill, Danville, Va.
770 VVilson Ave., Danville, Va.
R. E. D. No. 2, jamesville, N. Y.
2,725 VV. Grace St., Richmond, Va.
l'l1e Gramatan Hotel, Bronxville, N. Y.
918 Gray St., Danville, Virginia.
Spring Garden, Va.
Forest Hills, Danville, Ya.
81 N. Quaker Lane, VV. Hartford, Conn.
185 S. Main St., Danville, Ya.
1505 Alandale Rd., Greensboro, N. C.
131 S. Elm St., Henderson, Ky.
306 Main St., Danville, Ya.
ISSM Holbrook Ave., Danville, Ya.
2211 Friendly Rd., Greensboro, N. C.
517 E. Main St., Belhaven, N. C.
I87 Newbury St., Hartford, Conn.
Cold Soil Rd., Lawrenceville, N. J.
645 FZIFIIIIIIHIOII Ave., Hartford, Conn.
100 Carmen Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y.
16181 NVarwick Rd., Detroit, Mich.
Route I, Danville, Va.
3l2l Carlisle Rd., BiI'ITIIIII.Il'lZIlII, Ala.
Forest Hills, Danville, Va.
Pickwick Arms Hotel, Greenwich, Conn.
116 jefferson St., NVhiteville, N. C.
2416 Camden Rd., Greensboro, N. C.
3220 Connecticut Ave., VVashir1gton, D. C.
32 Maple Ave., VVa1'wick, N. Y.
I9 College Court, Montgomery, Ala.
301 Kemper Rd., Danville, Va.
7739 Hartwell, Dearborn, Mich.
666 VVest End Ave., New York City.
630 Kemper Rd., Danville, Ya.
1100 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw, Mich.
110 Simpson Rd., Ardmore, Penn.
IIS Lady Astor St., Danville, Va.
2015 Leighton Ave., Anniston, Ala.
2015 Leighton Ave., Anniston, Ala.
4,9 Gibbes St., Charleston, S. C.
502 Quintard Ave., Anniston, Ala.
139 Robertson Ave., Danville, Va.
8699 VV. Outer Drive, Detroit, Mich.
+2OI Groveland Ave., Baltimore, Md.
1543 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Georgia.
33 Rockridge Rd., Mount Vernon, N. Y.
ew York City
320 Beverley Rd., Douglaston, L. I., New York.
280 Fern St., West Hartford, Conn.
29 VVest Columbia St., Hempstead, N. Y.
25 Oxford Place, Rockville Centre, New York.
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MARTHA SUSAN ORR ....
EMMA ORR .............
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MARY G. SHIFLET ......
ROSA GRAY SIMPSON .........
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ELLEN D. SMITH ..............
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4.3-02 Orient Ave., Douglaston, L.
307 VVest Main St., Danville, Virgi
Fort Benning, Georgia.
102.1 South 43d St., Birlningham, Ala.
I., New York
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71 XVardwell Road, VVest llartford, Conn.
Peakville, New York.
2025 Park Road, VVashington, D. C.
105 Floral Avenue., Danville, Va.
1.104 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va.
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211 North Madison Street, Marion, N.
127 South Mai11 St., Danville, Va.
118 Arlington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Marshall Terrace, Danville, Va.
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Chestnut Oaks, Bennettsville, S. C.
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1129 VVest Ave., Richmond, Va.
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