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to your churches, schools and institutions.
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STELLA D. CAMDEN
SADIE Y. EVANS
NIABEL H. KENNEDY
HALLIE B. MCMILLIAN
EOLINE EVERETT MAY
ELIZABETH D. PANNILI.
EDNA FISHER PARKER
CORA M. RAY
NIARY LEE ROGERS
HELEN LOUISE SI-IIELDS
JOI-IN C. SIMPSON
JULIA B. THOMASSON
BESSIE VAN WAGENEN
This is the typical American girl-
There is a place for study in her lifeg
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When peace has taken place of strife.
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The future is ahead-the past we leave behind! The college class of '43, under
the guidence of Miss Bessie Van Vlfagenen, have brought to a close their days at
Stratford. 'Throughout their two years here they have added much to and gained
much from Stratford. Their class banner of green and white decorated with the
White rose, points with pride to the fulfillment of their class motto-"Let Deeds
Correspond to VVordsf'
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MARY ELIZABETH AMES "Mary Berk"
"Go to Guineav
HELEN Bocas "Helm"
"VVell, this is the way I feel about it."
SARAH CHAMPLIN "SaZly,'
She laughs and how!
CAROLINE CLORE "Clare"
"Hey, you got a 'fourth'?,,
SARAH GERTRUDE DALY "Sherry"
ANNE MARIE DERONGE "Schn1'ck"
"But it always comes out so
POLLY-DORE K. DONNELL "Polly"
"I've got so much to do, I don,t
know what to do!"
MARJORIE GATEWOOD "Marjorie"
"Silence is golden"
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ELIZABETH HIGH " Libby "
DOROTHY JANE IIMMERSON "Dot jane"
She just talks-We can't remember it I l
MARY CAROLINE KRETSCHMAR "Ru.vzy"
"W'hy doesn't SOMEbody write me a
MARY COOK MARRETT "Cookie"
"I just couldn't make myself sit still
' another minute."
ANNE GAMBRELL MCCARTY "McCarty"
"Oh, happy day!"
JEAN MCDANIEL "jean
"VVeltor1 says ....
ST. CLA111 WALKER MACMILLAN " Sinny "
"Down in Charleston the judge ......
ELLEN JANE MCPHAYDEN "jane"
"If they dare to make me give another
speech ...... "
IRMA SYBIL MITTELMAN "Irma
"Oh, this is more fun!"
JUNE NICHOLAS "fume"
"Say, have you heard this one ........ ?
CLAIRE NoYEs "Claire
"Now what happened to that paper?
EMMA ORR "Emma
"Let's play the Air Corps song."
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9' Sf!! PATRICIA PEACE " Peace "
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VIRGINIA PULLEN "Ginny" .
"Well, do you think?"
EVELYN NORTON Ross "Rosie"
"Oh, this chaotic world!',
EDITH VIRGINIA SINNOTT , "Edie"
She doesn,t say. I
Senior Hollcgc History
"Our school days fast are flying, one by
one . . ." Do you remember?
. . . September 15, IQ4I . . . that day when
we first entered the doors of Stratford College,
just an excited, slightly bewildered group of girls
who were to become the College freshman class.
. . . the rush and confusion of those Erst few
days . . . unpacking, buying curtains, meeting
new people, getting classified, making plans,
. . . that inevitable Rat week when we laid
aside all those new clothes we had so carefully
bought to 'Ago away to collegey' and donned
old print dresses Qbackwardsl, black stockings,
tennis shoes, and wore our hair in those dread-
ful pigtails to be slaves to the old girls' com-
mands for a week.
. . . and that night of Rat Court when we all
quaked in our boots as we sang, danced, and
put on stunts in the chapel.
. . . the pride we felt as we had our first real
class meeting and felt that we were really a part
of Stratford and elected Jane Austin, Bette
Ebbert, Evelyn Rose, and Mary Beth Ames as
our leaders for the year.
. . .October Day at Fairystone Park with
Jane Austin representing our class with her
beauty and charm in the queen's court.
. . . the hockey games that fall with the
freshman class carrying away victories from
the College sophomores and Hall teams, and
the big climax at the Blue-White game with
Patty Peace, captain of the VVhites, leading her
team to victory over the Blues.
. . . the Christmas dance when we were so
proud to have Bette Ebbert and -lane Austin
representing our class in the leadout.
. . . the merriment of Twelfth Night with
June Nicholas as king of the revelry and
Barbara Adams as court jester.
...Book Week in March with our class
"doing itself proud" in the way in which it
put this event across.
. . . those afternoons on the basket-ball
court when the freshmen class again proved its
athletic ability by winning the class tournament.
. . . the spring tennis tournament when two
freshmen, ,lane Austin and Betty Leyden,
battled in the finals for the champion's title
which, as it turned out, went to Austin.
. . . the fun and work of planning the Fresh-
man-Sophomore breakfast, and the thrill we
all had when it was such a success with Patty
Peace as toastmistress Mother Goose.
the Athletic Luncheon when our Jane
Austin was awarded the finest athlete cup.
. . . the thrill supreme when the IRIS came
out and we found that Jane Austin had been
elected "Girl of the Yearf'
.. . September, 1942, with all the happy
reunions, all the "Guess what happened when
I was at so-and-so . . ." 's.
the fun of meeting the new girls and
making them feel at home. ,
. . . those first class meetings as sophomores
when we began to make plans for the year
under the leadership of Mary Beth Ames,
lyfary Cook Marrett, Sally Champlin, and
. . . Good hffanners Vifeek with the College
sophomores putting on programs that were
entertaining and beneficial to all.
. . . the beautiful picture that June Nicholas
made in her crown of autumn leaves, reigning
as October Day queen.
. . . those informal class parties over in the
art studio around an open fire and the formal
class tea in the College drawing rooms.
. . . the music and laughter and soft lights
that made the year's formal dances never-to-be
forgotten occasions under the direction of a
dance committee composed of three sopho-
mores: Mary Kretschmar, Sherry Daly, and
lvlary Cook Marrett.
. . . the deep Christmas joy we experienced
by entertaining the underprivileged children,
of Danville, at the annual Christmas party
with Patty Peace as chairman for the occasion,
and the lighter side of the Christmas dance
with Mary Beth Ames, Emma Orr, Patty
Peace, Dot Jane glimmerson, and Anne
Gambrell McCarty in the queen's court.
. . . Good English Week under the sponsor-
ship of the Sophomore class.
. . . the election of Libby High as treasurer
to fill the vacancy left by Frances Tull.
. . . the way Dot Jane Jimmerson looked
like a real old-fashioned valentine as queen of
the Sweetheart Ball with three other sopho-
mores: Mary Beth Ames, Mary Kretschmar,
and Emma Orr, in her court.
. . . all the fun we had at the"Iris" Carnival,
the jitterbug contest we sponsored, and the
thrill we had when Mary Beth Ames was an-
nounced as maid-of-honor in the carnival
Do you remember? And before it is all over,
how many more things will we have tucked
away in our hearts to remember . . . our
second lvfay Day. . .all the final luncheons
and breakfasts . . . the thrill of choosing Class
Day dresses and all the excitement of Class
Day, the flowers, the salutatory, the valedic-
tory, and the tears ...those final heart-to-
heart talks in our dormitory rooms with remi-
niscences of the past and plans for the future. . .
academic robes, "Loyalty," graduation, di-
plomas, "Alma lVIater,, and . . . farewells . . .
Senior Kallege Will and Przfphccy
VVhile studying laboriously on "Beowulf"
in the library, a College sophomore of the Class
of 1963 found in the binding of an ancient
Beowulf textbook a worn manuscript, upon
which was the VVill and Prophecy of the Senior
College Class of 1943. Unrolling the musty
scroll, the inquisitive sophomore gazed upon:
"We the Class of 343 place our future in the
hands of our three illustrious prophets, who
have set down upon this scroll our VVill and
Pattie Peace leaves her originality to Gloria
Gersh, and is seen going back to the "frozen
north" across the "Mase"-on Dixon line.
Irma Niittelman surrenders her room to
"Oscar" fthe rodentj, and goes into a large
compaign of advertising mouse traps.
Jane McPhayden bequeaths her easel to
"Chosh,' Waldo, and is later found in the
White House restyling Mrs. Roosevelt's
Edith Sinott leaves her complacency to
"Tish" Andrews, and becomes Brooklyn's
first Ambassador to Spain.
Helen Boggs Wills her red hair to "RozH
Randall, and continues imbibing the fountain
of knowledge while seeking a degree higher than
the Ph. D.
Sherry Daly gives her incredible hair-do's to
anyone else who could wear them and leaves to
continue her history of one continuous Paige.
Ann McCarty leaves her Ames and higher
standards to the succeeding students of
Stratford and becomes thefirstwoman president.
Emma Orr departs from Stratford on Winged
feet and joins Bill to command their "squad-
Sally Champlin parts with her laugh to give
it to Martha Jane Smith and is seen devoting
the rest of her life to S-C-O-T-C-H. ClScien-
tiflc Care of the Connecticut I-Iors.es.j
Dot Jane Jimmerson relinquishes her
loquacity to Elizabeth Hammock and picks up
her life to carry on to be the sweetheart of the
Evelyn Rose wills her sophistication to " Be"
Wright and devotes the rest of her life to
June Nicholas leaves nothing at "al" and
goes into collaboration with Bob Hope in his
new hit "W'it While You Wait" program.
Sinny Macmillan leaves the "Roost" in a
chaotic condition, and goes into the study of
the English language.
Mary -Beth Ames, after bestowing her nails
on Dot McClure, leaves to enter a scientific
study of keeping the ends of her hair up.
Jean McDaniel donated her earrings to
"Robin,' Mahoney, and is found planning
U. S. O. entertainments.
Leaving her one-man bridge games to who-
ever is Bent-on going crazy, Rusty Kretschmar
takes up a career singing coloratura parts in
"Cookie" Marrett parts with her "Vic" and
gives it to
and establishes the hrst one-woman orchestra.
Caroline Clore would leave a pack of gum to
every potential secretarial student but be-
cause of priorities she will just leave to take up
life in the nursery to care for the BUDdings
Libby High wills her jitterbugging to
"Boze" and goes to Harlem to delve further
into the primitive art.
Marjorie Gatewood gives her typewriter to
Polly Donnell and starts tl1e 'first typewriting
course by correspondence.
Claire Noyes leaves her continual state of
confusion for the first time. Here's hoping the
coming-out party is successful.
"Schnick" deRonge leaves a pair of hard-
ened eardrums to Miss Shields and goes forth
to play her recordings in the asylum for the
Virginia Pullen parts with her Beowulf note-
book to give it to Mary Moorman Jones and
is now mending small parachutes.
"Ve" Woodson and Jean Manice
NOSTRADANIUS, JR.,JR. JR.,JR. JR. JR.
Senior 60 lege Superlofizfas'
MARY Bxrrll Annes
MARY COOK NIARETT
Hair: MARY KRETSCHMAR
Eyefz DOT JANE JIMMERSON
Nofe: EVELYN ROSE
Mouth: MARY AMES
Slain: DOT JANE JIMMERSON
Figure: EMMA ORR
Legfz EMMA ORP.
Handx: DOT JANE JIMMERSON
Voice: ANNE MCCARTY
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MARGARET ANNE BEASLEY .... ....... 1 Jrerident
MARY W. PICKETT ........ .... V ice Prexidfnt
VIRGINIA MARSHALL ..,. ...... S ecremry
JEAN TREVVETT ..... ......... T reafurer
MAE MURRAY ..... .... S ergeant-at-.f11'm.f
We dood it! Graduation has come at last to the Hall Class of '43.
lHigh school books are closed, leaving a record worthy of display. Guided
by Miss Elizabeth Pannill, this class symbolized by a gold and white banner and
the yellow Iris, offers a challenge to those who follow in their footsteps. These
footsteps now take different pathways-some to the far corners of the earth, others
to continue at Stratford and carry on the Spirit of '43.
fe SENIOR HALL
MARGARET ANNE BEASLEY "Bob Anne"
"Everybody come to the class meeting
Tuesday, or else!"
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NANCY CARTER BOATWRIGHT "Carter"
" Re-a-ll-y ? "
JEAN BOZE "Bom"
"Well, let me tell you, have you heard?"
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JACQUELINE BRILL "jackie"
"I can't do anything but draw"
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CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM " Carolyn"
"Got a letter from Bill" Qas she twists
her hair with a pencilj
ANITA Lou DAVENSON "Nita Lou"
"Dougie-keep him Hyin' "I
JANE ARTHUR ETHERIDGE "Arty"
"I thought I'd die!"
JOYCE EVANS "C'uddle.v"
KAW bull, Cootien
GLORIA GERSH "Ger.vh
"Singing the blues in the night"
SUSAN LEITCH "Sue
"Stop Hipping your lid"
ISABEL LEWIS A "Babel"
"Oh my goodnesslu
FAITH LIBERMAN "F, A."
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MAE MURRAY "Mae'
"Let me tell you something funny ........ '
PATRICIA O,CONNOR "Pat'
"When I was out with Tom, Dick, Harry,
Joe, Bob .,,,,.,,,,,,..,, etc."
MARY PICKETT "Pickett'
"Well, Bay says that ........ "
CAMILLA RAY "Cootie'
"AW bull, Cuddleslv
"Has anyone got a nickel for the coke
BARBARA REICII "Barbara"
" Well, tough bunny!"
ADD11-: VIRGINIA STANLEY "Addie"
"Have you ever been to Stanleytown?"
JEAN TREVVETT " Trewezt
"Do you give a hully?" -
ANNE WILSON "Anne"
"Oh, I'm going home for the Week-endu
MARJORIE WYATT L'Blu:hy,'
"Oh, I'm just bashfuln
JEAN YARBORO " Yardbirdu
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Senior flu!! History
is Tllll llil
Upon receiving their orders for September,
1939, five eager, young enlistees reported for
duty at Stratford. With Gene Ray in com-
mand, assisted by Jean Yarboro, Carter Boat-
wright, Isabel Lewis, and Addie Stanley, much
was accomplished by these members of a
squad. The lirst medal came on October Day
when we marched off the field with the winning
Our status increased the next year with Jean
Boze, Virginia Marshall, and Marion lvleloney
as new supporters. The third year Barbara
Anne Beasley, Anita Lou Davenson, "Suzy"
Leitch, Mary Pickett, and Faith Liberman,
were added to the roll call.
Finally promoted to Senior Rank in our last
round of training, we had many eventful times.
Our enlistment had now become a large com-
pany. The new recruits from Virginia were
Jean Trevvett, Barbara Reich, Joyce Evans,
and hlae Murray, Tar Heels of North Carolina,
Camilla Ray, and Priscilla Nlitchellg from New
York, Carolyn Cunningham, Gloria Gersh,
Nlildred Miro, and Pat O'Connor, and sunny
Florida, Jane-Arthur Etheridge.
Bob Anne Beasley was honorably made all-
star commander-in-chief, and ably assisted on
her staff by hilary Pickett, Virginia Nlarshall,
Jean Trevvett, and Mae Murray.
November quickly rolled around and Bob
Anne and Isabel Lewis admirably represented
our ability by giving toasts at the Founders'
Day Banquet. Joyce Evans played tricks on
us and Jane-Arthur Etheridge turned into an
old maid in the fall play, "Quality Streetf'
We were proud to have Marion Meloney as
the lovely Madonna of the annual Christmas
Nativity. Virginia Nlarshall and Isabel Lewis
also had parts in this traditional pageant.
When we returned after the holidays we were
pleased to find two new volunteers, lvlarjorie
Wyatt and Anne Wilson. Good English week
adorned us with new awards when Isabel
Lewis' poster ranked highest, Jane-Arthur
Etheridge received first honors in the English
Contest, and our tags, of wings keeping Good
English Flying, were honorably mentioned.
VVe seniors went "all out" for the annual
hlagazine Contest and came up as class winner,
with Gene Ray meriting individual honors.
Spring came and we sponsored the traditional
Spring Planting Day. Our dramatists became
sophisticated in, "The Opera," one of the
Our own Barbara Reich was chosen to be
Maid of Honor in the May Court, and three
more beauties, Marion Meloney, Virginia
Marshall, and Gene Ray, were also in the
Our training has now come to an end, and we
must try our new-found wings for stronger and
better things for this world. Happy Landing!
Senior Hall Prepheey
As the immortal poet, Shakespeare, once
"All the worldb' cz Jtage
And all the 'men and women merely players:
They have their exit! and their entrancerj
And one man in hir time play: many pczrtr,
Hir act: being reaeu ages."
We, the members of the Senior Hall, Class of
'43, have just finished an act and now are ready
to make another entrance-this time into the
world. Let us look forward to the year, 1953,
and see what we will be doing then.
Anita Lou Davenson is now married to
Dougie and they have just bought a larger
estate to make more room for ':Nita's" col-
lection of Dougie's pictures.
Joyce Evans is now Blacksburg's most well-
known track star. She got her training run-
ning after Mac back in '43.
Virginia Marshall is the star in the new radio
show, "W'hy Don't You Do Right P" co-
starring John Murray, "The Victor Mature
Mariori Nleloney is married to WVarren, New
York's most eminent surgeon. Marion spends
her spare time designing pink and blue operat-
ing gowns for her husband.
Gloria Gersh has started her own "Letters
to the Lonely" bureau. If we remember cor-
rectly, she made an excellent start back at
Mary Picket, after many years of struggle,
has finally advanced from sweetheart of
Cl1icago's "public enemy no. 2" to wife of
"public enemy no. If'
Carter Boatwright has given up her dancing
career to marry Russell Newton, her old fiame
of '43. She is now engrossed in designing her
own home on her new lake at "Dan's Hill."
Jean Boze, this year, was awarded a cup for
having attended more midwinters at William
and Mary than anyone else.
Isabel Lewis' horse, ':Stratford,,' has just won
the Kentucky Derby. It was trained on her
private estate at Darlington, S. C.
Mae Murray has remained in Danville and
is now the wife of Mr. Fuller. A strange coin-
cidence is that Mr. Fuller is now working with
the Brush Company of the same name.
Jacqueline Brill is still living in New York
City but now has her own apartment and is
Saks' top designer of long-tailed shirts for
Gene Ray, now Mrs. john Minor, was re-
cently elected president of the Alumnae Asso-
ciation and is doing all in her power to further
the Student Activity Bill.
Priscilla Mitchell has turned her Greens-
boro estate into a U. S. O. center for the men
stationed at the air base there. Co-working
with her is Carolyn Cunningham who is in
charge of enlisting the entertainment of the
men's favorite movie stars. The men are sur-
prised to find that more actors than actresses
are appearing on their programs.
jean Yarboro, lier husband and her two
children have recently moved to a new pent
house on Riverside Drive. Her husband in a
statement to the press said, "I owe my success
to my wife."
Faith Liberman is this year entering VVelles-
ley as a freshman, Latin having been omitted
from the entrance requirements for the first
Addie Stanley, now one of Stratford's
alumnae, annually awards the Stanley cup to
the student who has attended Stratford the
greatest number of years.
Barbara Reich, now Nlrs. VVelly Goddin, is
the owner of one of Richmond's most exclusive
woman's shops. Rumor has it that Barbara
designs for Nirs. Roosevelt, who incidentally
is still in the W'hite House.
Mildred Miro is now ofiicially head of the
publicity department of Holy Cross. Even
back in '43 the general opinion was that this
would be her career.
Jane-Arthur Etheridge has just published
her most successful collection of verse, "Mem-
ories of Stratford." We are unable to judge this
work fairly as we have read only two of the six
Pat O'Connor has recently discovered an
injection making possible the painless removal
of tonsils. She used her own experience at the
Danville Memorial Hospital as a basis for her
The numerous and seemingly pointless
questions that Camilla Ray asked during her
year at Stratford have finally been turned to a
useful purpose. "Cootie" is now managing an
information booth at the Naval Training
Station at Norfolk.
Anne Wilson is making a lecture tour through
South America lecturing on "How to Speak
Spanish" and as her most efficient secretary we
find Margery W'yatt.
jean Trevvett, now treasurer of the W. D.-
U. A. CWives of the Duke University Alumnaej
seems to be just as efficient balancing the books
of this organization as she was for the Senior
Hall Class in 1943.
Susan Leitch and Bob Anne Beasley, having
discovered their writing ability while doing the
Senior Class Prophecy, believe that they will
be among the world's most noted humorists.
The rest of the world, however, has its doubts.
Senior flu!! Will
Now that the year is over we, the Senior
Hall Class of '43, leave this will of memories
and unforgotten times. We wish the girls
that follow in our footsteps the best of luck
and the most of everything.
A bouquet of orchids goes to Miss Pannill,
to whom we owe our sincere gratitude for the
endless hours she has spent to make us all the
ideal Stratford student.
As for the faculty we hope the Class of ,43
will prove to be a lighter burden upon the
shoulders of you all-if possible?
At last the time has come to take a glance
up the stairway of the past.
Barbara Reich leaves her sweet, innocent
voice to Jane Stimmel.
Joyce Evans leaves her smoking permission
QD to Eileen Maitland.
Nancy Carter Boatwright leaves her Latin
and geometry brilliance to Rosa Gray Simp-
Her four years stay at Stratford is left by
Addie Stanley to Anita Smith.
Susan Leitch leaves the new arrangement of
the books in the library to anyone that can
manage to find the hidden key.
Jean Trevvett wills her brilliance to Lawry
Faith Liberman leaves her seat outside the
telephone booth to Betty Hess.
Carolyn Cunningham leaves her seat in
"Idiot's Delight" to anyone who is interested.
Virginia Marshall bestows her scientific
nature to Barbara Cary.
Mae Nlurray has left John Fuller to any
little girl that can get him-huh!
Jean Boze leaves Helen Weaver her card for
an appointment to meet Shakespeare in 1950.
Isabel Lewis wills "Eight Bells" to Jean
Margaret Ann Beasley leaves her many
freckles to Mildred Helm.
To anyone that can pick up where she left
off, Mary Pickett leaves the spot in front of
Stratford College at 5:45.
Marion Meloney leaves Stratford Hall-
Ann Wilson leaves her bed in the infirmary
Camilla Ray bestows her daily letters from
"Branna River" to Marjorie Zug.
Pat O'Connor leaves her height to "Peter"
Gloria Gersh's bottle of peroxide goes to
Mildred Miro wills her Spanish records and
accent to Jean Manice.
Gene Ray leaves her place in Miss Hoofie's
heart to Betsy Coleman.
Priscilla Nlitchell leaves her blond locks to
Marjorie Wyatt leaves her bashfulness to
Ann Dick Pritchard.
Anita Lou Davenson regretfully leaves Mail
Box No. 471 to any under-grad who can follow-
up with daily Air Corps mail!
Jean Yarboro leaves her love of Latin to
jane-Arthur Etheridge leaves her athletic
ability to Betty Boatwright. ,
Jackie Brill donates her drawing board to
anyone who wants it.
Swim' Hall Superlafiws
M 0:1 REjJI'd'.H'llZlll ive
MAIiGARlE'l' ANNE BEASLEY
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BARBARA ANNE REICH
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Eyef: FAITI-1 LIBERMAN
Nom: ANITA DAVENSON
lllouth: JEAN 'FREVVIETT
Skin: JEAN TREVVETT
Ilamlx PRISCILLA MITCHELL
Figuw: VIRGINIA MAIKSHALL
Legx: NANCY C. BOATWRIGHT
Voice: PRISCILLA MITCHELL
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ELIZABETH ANDREWS. .... President
EL1zA13E'rH TAYLOR. .Vice President
DOROTI-IY lVlCCLURE ...... Secretary
SUE EDWARDS .......... Treafurer
KITTY HARDIN. . . Sergeezvit-at-ffrmf
" For the brave, battles!" is the motto ofthe college Class of ,44, a motto which
already they have upheld. XVith the colors of red and white and their flower, the
gardenia, and ably assisted by their sponsor, Miss Mary Richardson, the " Freshiesn
have marched forward. In sports they challenged the Senior College to a hockey
game, won the class basket ball tournament, in addition to various individual
achievements. In other activities they likewise took honors-dramatic, musical and
literary. They entered all and proved their sportsmanship, interest and coopera-
tion. With such a record this Class of ,44 cannot help winning through to great
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MARY .IANE I"oRTuNE GLORIA GOLDSTEIN BETTY GUERRANT ELIZABETH HAMMACK f" 'jug '
KATIIERINE I'IARDlN ELIZAEETII HILL FRANCES HOXVARD MARY MOORLIAN JONES J -K I
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VIRGINIA LAMBETH CARROLL LIDDY ROSFMARY MAIIONLY DOROTHY MCCLURE
JUNE MILLER ANNIE LAURA MUNDY MARY PARSONS AUDREY PAVY
ANVE POLLOK ELIZABETII POWELL ROSALIND RANDALL JEANELLE RAY
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MAIQY FRANCES Rusu DORIS ANNE SIIELTON ELEANOR SMART MARTHA JANE SMITH
lfiLIzAuETII STEIIBINS NANCY STOVALL ELIZABETH TAYLOR JOCELYN TODD
CIIARLOTTE WALDO RACHEL WALKER NANCY LEE WALL ELIZABETH LEE WRIGHT
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RosA GRAY SIMPSON
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SOPHOMORE AND FRESHMAN HALL
MARJOIIIIE Zum: VIRGINIA CAILTEIL BI:'I"rY I-fuss EILEEN MAITLAND
Pmmldm ANN DICKINSON PIIITCIIARD
JEAN PR1'I'cIIE'r'r ELLEN IXRMENTROUT FRANCES BARR BETTY BOATWRIGIIT
P'N'N" PEYTON I'IANDY ANNE NORTON
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2.lllkf71g life eaxy 6. ali along and lonely IO,pOJ'f1Lgf02' the fa-111cra
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This is the typical American girl-
She thrives on activityg
She knows her talents and uses them
With enthusiasm and sincerity.
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Student government within Stratford is fashioned after the government of
By making and enforcing their own rules the Stratford students prove that the
youth of America is capable of directing themselves and solving their own problems.
The members of the council are elected by the student body as their repre-
sentatives to act as their voice in carrying forth their ideas for the betterment of the
school as a Whole.
lVith the use of an Honor System, the students learn responsibility and self-
discipline by upholding the rules and regulations, and, in so doing, develop into
better future Americans.
JUNE NICHOLAS .............. ....... P refirlent
ANNE GAMBRELL MCCARTY. . . . . . Vice Prefrdmzt
PATRICIA PEACE ........... . . ...., Secretary
ANNE DERONGE. . . . . . Treafurer
ELIZABETH ANNE HZILL
ST. CLAIR NIACMILLAN
MARX' BETI-I AMPS
MARGARET ANNE BEAs1.m'
RosA GRAY SIMPSON
Eiga' ,Quik -..L
Each Sunday evening as the chimes are ringing from the church across the
street, members of the glee club don their vestments for the candlelight vesper
service. Twice a week throughout the year their voices could be heard rehears-
ing for various chapel programs and the operetta, HH. M. S. Pinaforef' which
was presented in the spring. Under the direction of Frank Jefferson, the members
have gained a deeper appreciation of music and its value in one's life.
FRANCES l'lOWAR1J, . , .......... Preridmt
EVELYN ROSE .... ..... ........... . . .Secretary-Treafurer
MARY Bli'I'H Annes
.lfiLIZAliIi'1'lI ANNE I'IILI.
ANNE BELLE LEE
IXNNE Dieu PRITCHARD
RosA GRAY SIMPSON
The Traveller sees all, hears all and tells all the news Of Stratford. Its eyes and
ears are the staff snoopers, its backbone the staff advertisers and circulators.
The Traveller, under the direction of Mrs. Gordon Hill May, has, throughout the
years, Won many awards and as the years go will continue to grow bigger and better.
ANNE GAMBRELL MCCARTY. . .
MARY MOORMAN JONES ......
EVELYN ROSE ....,.,....
SHERRY DALY '
FLORENCE TUCKER """
MARY COOK MARETT
ELIZAEETI-I ANNE HILL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor-111-Chzef
. . .Promotion and Circulation Editor
.Co-Editor: of Magfzzivze Section
Fllll 1943 gg
167116 Pencil 611111
A birtlsong breakfast in the spring of the year is a long-held tradition of the
Blue Pencil Club whose members are composed of those students who have contri-
buted to the publication ofthe Traveller and are of a high scholastic rating. At the
breakfast the new members of each year are pledged into the club. During the
ceremony, the president places upon her successor the scarf of her ofhce.
Ii'r,our:Nc1s TUCKER .... .... P refident
CLAIIKIS Novus JANE MCPIIAYDEN ANNE GAMBRELL MCCARTY
In mid-winter the Poetry Club meets in the front drawing room by the blazing
fire to read and discuss poetry. A contest is held on original poetry and by vote
'cThe Poem of the Hour" is determined.
On Valentine's Day the favorite meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Mary,
the sponsor. Poems were read and then the delightful dinner disappeared almost
pronto. For lovers of poetry, the bi-weekly meetings will long be remembered.
JANE-ARTHUR ETHERIDGE. . . . . . . .....,. P7'KJ"idL'7'1-I
PATRICIA PEACE ELIZABETH ANNE HILL MARY COOK MARETT
DOROTHY JANE -IIMMERSON BETTY ADE1. WOODS CAROLINE CLORE
DOROTHY NICCLURE MARY BET:-1 AMES ROSENIARY MAIIONEY
ANNE GAMBRELL lxfICCARTY SARA:-r DALY
FUR 1943 FP
"Foots on, house off, curtain!" VVith these words actors await their cues, the
stage crew and director stand by as another play is given by "The Stratford
As the major projects of the year, the Dramatic Club presented "Quality
Street" in the fall and three one-act plays in the spring. In addition, the members
have studied various techniques such as pantomime, make-up, and stage directing
with the hope that each member would gain more poise, self-assurance, and
appreciation of Dramatic Art.
ANNE DERONGE ........... ...... P rexident
DOIKOTHY JANE JIMMERSON. . . . . .Vue Prexzdent
MARY COOK NIARETT ....... ...... S ecretary
:HELEN Boocs ........ ........... . ..... . . . Treasurer
I'II.IzAIsE'rII ANDREVVS CARROLL LIIJDY JEANELLE RAY
BARBARA CARY ANNE GALIBRELL IVICCARTY ELEANOR SMART
JOYCE ICI-'ANS RUTH NEXVh1AN ELIZABETH TAYLOR
GLOIQIA G1iIiSlI JUNE NICIAIOLAS JOCELYN TODD
IQITTY HARIIIN PATRICIA PEACE NANCY LEE WALL
BETTY Hass ROSAIIIND RANDALL I'IELEN WEAVER
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'With theeyesof theworld upon theworld, thelnternational Relations Club has a
greater significence than ever before. The members,who possess the qualifications
of scholarship, citizenship, and an active interest in international affairs, meet
every other Sunday to discuss the latest happenings. For the benefit of the student
body, this club sponsors a current events Week and in so doing hopes to impart to
their audience something of what they themselves have attempted to gain this
year-a broader knowledge and understanding of international affairs in order to
better take their place in the world.
MARY KRETSCHMAR ......... ........ P reyidmt
JANE MCPI1AYDEN. . . . . . Vzce Prendent
BETTY LEE WVRIGHT .... ..... T rea:-Imer
CHARLOTTE WALDO ..,... .... S ecretary
MISS MARIETTA MILLET ......... ........... . . .Sponror
MARY BET1-I AMES MARY NIOORMAN JONES EAIMA ORR
HELEN Bocas ANNE GAIvIIaREI.I. MCCARTY PATRICIA PEACE
ANNE DERONGE JEAN MCDANIEL ELEANOR SMART
KITTY HARDIN JUNE NICHOLAS NANCY STOVALL
CLAIRE N OYES
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Day Siudents' Klub
On stepping over the threshold of the Day Students' Room on the garden
floor of Stratford, one would see the faces of the day students of both College and
Hall glance up from study or "bulling." Through the work of the Day Students'
Club, this room was made possible. Throughout the year they have worked to
make it more comfortable for study, for club meetings and for relaxation.
VIRGINIA LAMIs1:'I'II . . . .......,... Prefident
VIRGINIA PUI.I.IzN ..... .... S ecretary- Treasurer
The "IR1s,', Stratfordis year book, attempts to catch the spirit of Stratford
and present an easy' return to our past days spent here. It is the project of the
IRIS staff to try to picture not only the publicized and known Stratford but the
unknown and informal Stratford.
MARY KRETSCHMAR . . . . .Co-Editor!-in-Clzifj'
MISS IDA FITZGERALD. . . . . .Bwinexx Advisor
MARY MOORLIAN jones
BARBARA ANNE Rxsrcn
ST. CLAIR MACAlII.LAN
MARY COOK MARETT
NANCY LEE XVALL
This is the typical American girl-
Physical fitness is her creedg
For health is beauty, strength and joy.
She must be strong for she must lead.
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JUNIOR AND SENIOR HUNT CLUBS
A gymkhana, three horse shows, the Key award, in addition to cross country
rides, picnics and steak fries are sponsored by the Junior and Senior Hunt Clubs.
The members are a select group of riders possessing the qualifications of sports-
manship, cooperation and general interest While the Senior group in addition
requires good riding ability. Culminating the season is the presentation of the
Key award to the rider who has best fulfilled the thought of the award-"Key to
JUNIOR HUNT CLUB SENIOR HUNT CLUB
SALLY CHAMPLIN ................... PfEJI'!l!'Ill ISABEL LEWIS. .,.......,..,........ Pmridenl
EDITH SINNOTT ....... .... V ice Prefidnzt CLAIRE Novus .... .... .... V 1 'ce Prexident
CHARLOTTE WALDO .,..........,.... Trzarurzr EMMA ORR ,.,... .................. T reafurzr
ROSEMARY RIAHONEY DULEEN RJAITLAND
DOROTHY MCCLURIE CAMILLA RAY
JEAN PRITCHETT DAOZELLE RJCE
CAROL WATT ..... .... S ponfor
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The aspirations of the Blazer Club are embodied in the five pointed star
representing reverence, truth, beauty, loyalty, and sportsmanship. Membership
is by three hundred athletic points and the unanimous vote of the present mem-
bers. As an inspiration in living up to the pledge of membership, each month the
Honor Council, an impressive ceremony by candlelight, is presented.
EMMA ORR .....
MARGARET ANNE BEASLEY
MARY MOORMAN JONES
NIARY Com: NIARETT
ST. CLAIR MACh'IILLAN
. . . . . .Prerident
. . . . Vice' 1J7'6'.f'idE71i
PANNILL .......... ........... S ponror
RosA GRAY SIMPSON
ANNE Booru WI1.l.IS
BESSIE VAN WAGENEN
BLUE AND WHITE HOCKEY TEAMS
BLU 111 T EAM
Captain DORO1'llX' NICCLURE ...........
NANCY LRE XKVALL
BETTY LEE WllIl3llT
This is the typical American girl-
How pretty and young is she!
She was born in the land of song,
The land of the gay and the free.
Marion Meloney, The Modonno
Pictured ax :he appeared in Ihr Nalfuiiy,
SlraU'ord'.r annual Cvlfl-J'f7lld,f mirarlf play
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Jocelyn Todd, Christmas Cord Girl
Chofeu by .rludc-nt elfction lo appear in :lm K'Trmml-
!e1"' af SlmLford'f Clzr1'JZma.v gI'L'L'li'l1-g to im' rmrlfry
Dorothy Jone Jimmersorm, Stratford Valentine
lflrclnl by populm' ante zu Stratfordk Jweeilzvart,
.rlzr war queen of ilu' flrznual Swcfthearl Bafl.
TOP f i1ff6'1'blLgg'i'llg'-'SO plzomore Collfge
CENTER' Tlzf F reflzmau Spook Home
BOTTOM " Travelie-1"f" Pitch Penny
The Queen and her Court
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Mory Kretschmor, 1943 Moy Queen
Sin' wax crnwnnl nl May Frolicf, pfvfmlted by the Blue: and Iyhitznr 'in an
ajforl to rarry on thc traflilional lway Day .fpirif in Jpftf of war-lim: dzfivultief.
EVE NTS OF
September. MCU The Traveller gets underway. CQJ Glamour away. . . it's Rat
October ..... CSD Spirits were high at the Hunt Club rush party. QD October
Day . . . I'll bet it tastes good! 15D Blue and White hockey game . . .
just a fifteen-minute intermission. C6j Halloween party . . .by
November. . .Q'7j Fun on the tennis court. C81 Dissecting the neeturus . . . what a
delight! Q9j Stratford's sweetheart at the Founders' Day Banquet.
C101 "Quality Street."
December. .OU A. VV. V. S .... looks hard but it's fun. C125 Santa Claus was
good to her. U31 Even the birds got a Christmas tree. CMJ
Christmas party for under privileged children . . . 'tis better to
give than to receive.
FUR 1943 35
February. . .
C151 Those good ole English posters. C161 The New York trip . . .
need we say more?
.CI71 Our Valentine formal . . . sweet and hot. C181 Iris Carnival . . .
Gruesome, isn't it? C191 lVe'll cut the"Traveller,s'lBirthday cake.
C201 Is zattso, teacher?
C211 Exams! Isn't that enough? Spring weather. C231 lVIaybe
Darwin was right. C241 Tennis . . . from here it looks good.
C251 Sprin,g,plzmting day . . . and de boids were on de wing. C261
Scene from "Beau of Bath." C271 Stars of "For Distinguished
Service." C281 Spring Horse Show . . . the Lone Ranger.
or THE llil
Q15 Nice work if you can get it C21 Spring fever C3j Chaucer the easy way C4j All
together fgj Who's the luekyguy? Q65 Trading techniques C75 Conspirators Q85 On
a Sunday afternoon Cgj 99 44f1oo?f, pure QIOJ Who are you trying to scare, Rusty?
CII, The essence of industry Q12-133 Yum-yum fI4j Thanue Iongen folk to go
on pilgrirnages CISQ Two heads are better than one CI6j Blue and White spirit.
This is the typical American girl-
A careful shopper she's learned to beg
For though she loves to spend and buy,
She's saving naw for liberty.
Sec ad section for glamourizcd seniors
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
MABEL H. KENNEDY, Demi JOHN C. SIMPSON, P1-e.vi11'en1
fjflflllflgllff 117111 Book of Views 1111 Rl'Qlll'.Tf
Sludevll Co'II,11rII'l'.v Ilall11wr1'n Parry
YOU NOW ARE READY TO SET OUT
ON THE SEA OF LIFE - MAY THERE
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WE HAVE ENJOYED SERVING YOU.
FOR STYLE, VALUE AND QUALITY
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Since you came to Stratford we have tried to
serve your every need. In our store you found
curtains, bedspreads, rugs and many other things
to make your dormitory cheerful. Big week-
ends and classes, too, were brightened by clothes
you bought here . . . many a beau has thrilled
at the picture you had taken in our photograph
department. We have enjoyed serving you . . .
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You FIGURE THEM OUT, WE GAVE UP LONG AGO
YOU have a most cordial in-
vitation and a friendly Welcome
awaiting you always at Dan-
vilIe's "biggest little shop."
Come in often and select your
favorite fashions in ladies'
clothes and accessories.
WHERE STYLE AND THRIFT ARE ON
AN IDENTICAL BASIS
"The Shop of Lovely Things"
just a Block Away . 2i'f'ff A f
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Main Street Phone 568
J. M. CHURCH GROCERY
STAPLE AND FANCY
Chambers Street Phone 3141
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Masonic Building Phone 541 Danville, Virginia
MARY ELIZABETH AMES, Nlontross, Vir-
Ixus Staff, '42, Glee Club, '42-'43, Interior
Decorating Club, President, '42, Poetry Club,
'42-'43, Virginia Club, '42, May Day, '42,
Court, '43, Class Treasurer, '42, October
Day, '42, Court, '43, Red Cross, '42-'43,
Stunt Night, '42, President of Class, '43,
Toaster, Founder's Day, '43, Installation
Day, '43, Orientation Committee, '43, Art
Club, '43, Christmas Dance Court, '43,
International Relations Club, '43, Air Raid
Warden, '43, Ixus Carnival Maid of Honor,
'43, Valentine Dance Court, '43, Student
Council, Judicial Committee, Executive Com-
mittee, Entertainment Conxmittee, '43, Class
Executive Committee, Chairman, '43.
SARAH CHAMPLIN, 81 North Quaker Lane,
West Hartford, Connecticut.
Poetry Club, '42, Horse Shows, '42-'43, Rat
Court, '43, junior Hunt Club, Treasurer,
President, '43, Air Raid Warden, '43, Dec-
oration Committee, '43, Orientation Com-
mittee, '43, Dining Room Conxmittee, Co-
Chairman, '43, Class Secretary, '43, Ixus
Photography Staff, Chairman, '43, White
Team, Treasurer, '43, Class Executive
Committee, '43, May Day, '43.
HELEN BOGGS, 770 Wilson Street, Daxxville,
Blazer Club, '42-'43, October Day, '42-'43,
Hockey, '42-'43, May Day, '42-'43, Spring
Play, '42, Dramatic Club, '42, Treasurer,
'43, International Relations Club, '42-'43,
Basket Ball, '42, "Quality Street" Business
Manager, '43, Good English Week, '43,
Current Events Week, '43, Co-Chairman of
Christmas Party, '43, Literary Contest, '43,
Red Cross, '43, Class Gift to School Com-
mittee, '43, "The Opera," '43.
CAROLINE CLORE, 131 South Elm Street,
Traveller Staff, '43, Class Ways and Means
Committee, '43, October Day, '43, Good
English Week, '43, Red Cross, '43, Hockey,
'43, Basket Ball, '43, Rat Court, '43, Class
Card Committee, Chairman for Good English
Week, '43, May Day, '43.
SARAH DALY, 2211 Friendly Road, Greens-
boro, North Carolina.
Poetry Club, '42-'43, October Day, '42-'43,
Twelfth Night, '42, Stunt Night, '42, Ping-
Pong Tournament, '42, Shufileboard Tourna-
ment, '42, Cheer Leader, '42, "Emma,"
Production Staff, '42, Rat Week, Chairman,
'43, Decoration Committee, Chairman, '43,
Dramatic Club, '43, Ixus Staff, '43, Co-
Advertising Manager of Traveller, '43,
"Quality Street" Production Stall, '43,
May Day, '43-
ANNE DERONGE, 645 Farmington Avenue,
Dramatic Club, '42, President, '43, "Emma,"
'42, Glee Club, '42-'43, Blazer Club, '42,
President, '43, Ping-Pong Tournament, '42,
Badminton Tournamexxt, '42, Hockey, '42-'43,
Red Cross, '42-'43, May Day, '42-'43, Ways
and Means Committee, '42, White Team
Secretary-Treasurer, '42, "Quality Street,"
'43, Student Council Treasurer, '43, Octo-
ber Day, '42-'43, Tennis, '42-'43, Campus
Police, '43, International Relations Club, '43,
Basket Ball, '42-'43, Toaster, Foundcr's Day,
'43, Class Captain of Good English Week,
'43, "The Opera," '43,
POLLY DONNELL, Rocklxoxne, Oak Ridge,
Traveller Staff, '43, Ixus Staff, '43, Basket
Ball, '43s May Day, '43-
MARJORIE GATEWOOD, Route No. 1, Dan-
Red Cross, '42, Basket Ball, '42, May Day,
'42, Traveller Staff, '43, Day Students Club,
ELIZABETH HIGH, ll6 jefferson Street,
Whiteville, North Carolina.
Tennis Tournament, '42, Cheer Leader, '42,
Costumes for "Emma," '42, Class Treasurer,
'43, Glee Club, '43, Red Cross, '43, May
Day, '43, Class Executive Committee, '43.
DOROTHY JANE AIIMMERSON, I9 College
Court, Montgomery, Alabama.
Dramatic Club, '42, Vice President, '43,
Traveller Staff, '42, IXIay Day, '42-'43, Stunt
Club, '42, Alabama Club, '42, Red Cross,
'42-43, October Day. '42-'43, Fall Play, '42,
Christmas Dance, Court, '43, Card Com-
mittee for Good English Week, '43, Poetry
Club, '43, Valentine Queen, '43, "Quality
Street," '43, Class Social Committee, '43,
Rat Court, '439 "Nativity," '43, Hockey,
'43, Basket Ball, '43, "'Ihe Opera," '43,
Blazer Club, '43.
MARY KRETSCHMAR, 666 West End
Avenue, New York City, New York.
Tennis Tournament, '42-'439 Glee Club,
President, '42-'43, New York Club, Vice
President, '42, Traveller Staff, '42, Student
Council, '42, Ways and Nleans Committee,
Chairman, '42, Red Cross, '42-'43, "Na-
tivity," '42-'43, Magazine Sale, Chairman,
'42, Orientation Committee, '43, Rat Com-
mittee, '43, International Relations Club,
President, '43, Dance Committee, Chairman,
'43, Secretary of Good English Week, '43,
Ixus Carnival, '43, lF'ouxxder's Day Toaster,
'43, Valentine Dance Court, '43, Co-Editor-
in-Chief of Ixus, '43, First Aid CAir Raidj,
'43, Chapel Program in Good English Week,
'43, May Queen, '43, Salutatorian, '43.
ST. CLAIR MACMILLAN, 49 Gibbes Street,
Charleston, South Carolina.
Tennis, '42-'43, Red Cross, '42-'43, Stuxxt
Night, '42, Basket Ball, '42-'43, Blazer Club,
'42-'43, Student Council, '43, Air Raid
Warden, '43, October Day, '43, Class Social
Committee, '43, Hockey, '43, May Day
'43, Ixus Staff, '43.
ANNE NICCARTY, 502 Quintard Avenue,
Student Council, '42, Vice President, '43,
Traveller, '42, Editor, '43, Dramatic Club,
'42-'43, French Club, Treasurer, '42, Poetry
Club, '42-'43, "l'1mma," '42, "Nativity,"
'42-'43, Red Cross, '42, Stunt Night, '42,
lius Stall, '42, l"ounder's Day, '42, Toast-
mistrcss, '43, International Relations Club,
'42-'43, Blue Pencil Club, '42-'43, Delta Phi
Omega, '42-'43, May Day, '42, "Quality
Street," '43, Christmas Dance, Court, '43,
Good lin flish Week Chairman ' ' Dormi
L v x 4-3, '
tory Fire Chief, '43, October Day, '43,
Good Manners Week, '43, Orientation Com-
mittee, '43, May Court, '43, Golden Quill,
'43, Valedictorian, '43, Blue Pencil Club,
'42-'43, "For Distinguished Service," '43.
,IICAN Mt'DANIl'Il.., 139 Robertson Avenue,
International Relations Club, '43, Traveller
Staff, Co-Advertising Manager, '43, Traveller
Banquet, Co-Chairman, '43, Ixus Stall, '43,
Tennis Tournament, '43, May Day, '43,
ELLEN .IANIC MCPHAYDIEIN, 4201 Grove-
land Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland.
Traveller Stall, '42-'43, Fall Play, Production
Staff, '42, "Nativity," '43, l"ounder's Day
'42, Toaster, '43, Ping-Pong, '42, Shuflle-
board, '42, Chairman of Class Decorating
Committee, '43, October Day, '43, Art Club,
'43, Co-Editor, Class Book, '43, May Day,
'42, Blue Pencil Club, '42-'43,
MARY COOK MARETT, 1543 Peachtree
Road, Atlanta, Georgia.
Dramatic Club, '42, Secretary, '43, Traveller
Staff, '42-'43, Poetry Club, '42-'43, French
Club, '42, IRIS Staff, '42, Business Manager,
'43, Tennis, '42, Ping-Pong, '42, Shuffle-
board, '42, October Day, '42-'43, Stunt
Night, '42, Red Cross, '42-'43, May Day,
'42-'43, Badminton, '42, Blazer Club, '42-
'43, Social Committee for Senior Banquet,
'42, Dining Room Committee Co-Chairman,
'43, Refreshment Committee Chairman, '43,
Orientation Committee, '43, "Quality Street"
Production Staff, '43, Good Manners Week
Committee, '43, Class Vice President, '43,
Class Social Chairman, '43, "Nativity," '43,
Good English Week, '43, Air Raid Warden,
'43, Class Executive Committee, ' 3, "Beau
of Bath," '43, Production Stall ol' Fall and
Spring Plays, '42,
IRMA Ml'l"I'l'lLlX'lAN, 280 Fern Street, West
October Day, '42-'43, Blazer Club, '42-'43,
May Day, '42, Trzivfllfl' Stall, '42-'43, Glee
Club, '42, Tennis, '42, Basket Ball, '42,
Ping-Pong, '42, Interior Decorating Club, '42,
Art Club, '43, Inns Advertising Manager, '43,
Class Sergeant-at-Arms, '43, Red Cross, '43.
JUNE NICHOLAS, 4302 Orient Avenue,
Douglaston, Long Island, New York.
Blazer Club, '42-'43, Glee Club, '42-'43,
Dramatic Club, '42-'43, Stunt Night, '42,
Class Sergeant-at-Arms, '42, Fall and Spring
Plays, '42-'43, Hockey, '42-'43, October Day,
'42, Queen, '43, Twelfth Night, '42, Tennis,
'42-'43, May Day, '42, Orientation Corn-
mittee, Chairman, '43, President of Student
Council, '-139 Good Manners Week, '43,
Good English Week, '43, Toaster, Founder's
Day, '43, Air Warden Chief, '43, Interna-
tional Relations Club, '43, "Nativity," '43,
Delta Psi Omega, '42-'43, Red Cross, '43.
LAIRE NOYES, Fort Benning, Georgia.
Tennis, '43-'43, IRIS Literary Editor, '42,
Co-Editor, '43, Drill Team, '42, Hunt Club,
'42, Vice President, '43, Hockey, '43, Basket
Ball, '43, International Relations Club, '43,
Class Ways and Means Chairman, '43,
7'I'lZ1Jl'HE7' Staff, '42, Co-Editor, Nlagazine
Section, '43, Blue Pencil Club, '42-'43,
Golden Quill, '43, Horse Shows, '43, May
Day, '43, Blazer Club, '43.
MMA ORR, 55 Magnolia Avenue, Garden
City, Long Island, New York.
Hockey, '42-'43, Blazer Club, '42, Secretary-
Treasurer, '43, Red Cross, '42-'43, Horse
Shows, '42-'43, October Day, '42-'43, May
Day, '42, Court, '43, Student Council, '43,
,lunior Hunt Club, President, '42, Senior
Hunt Club, Treasurer, '43, Class Secretary
of Good English Week, '43, International
Relations Club, '43, Co-Editor of Class Book,
'43, luis Art Director, '43, Air Raid Warden,
'43, Valentine Dance, Court, '43, Christmas
Dance, Court, '43, Basket Ball, '43, Art
Club, '43, Decoration Committee, '43, Isis
ATRICIA PEACE, 22 Westmoreland Drive,
West Hartford, Connecticut.
Hockey, '42-'43, Tennis, '42, French Club,
Vice President, '42, Poetry Club, '42-'43,
October Day, '42-'43, Stunt Night, '42,
Red Cross, '42-'43, Blazer Club, '42, Vice
President, '43, Captain of White Team, '42-
'43, May Day, '42, Chairman, '43, Student
Council, Secretary, '43, Basket Ball, '43,
Orientation Committee, Chairman, '43,
Christmas Party, Chairman, '43, "Nativity,"
'43, "Quality Street,"'43, International Re-
lations Club, '43, "The Opera," '43,Dramatic
Club, '43, Air Raid Warden, '43.
IRGINIA PULLEN, IOS Floral Avenue,
Dramatic Club, '42, Day Students Club,
Secretary and Treasurer, '43, May Day,
EVELYN ROSE, 1404 Confederate Avenue,
luis Staff, '42-'43, Traveller Staff, '42, Cir-
culation and Promotion hflanager, '43, Glee
Club, '42, Secretary, '43, Dramatic Club,
'42, "Nativity," '42, Fall and Spring Plays,
'42, Virginia Club, '42, Hockey, '42, Tennis,
'42-'43, Drill Team, '42, Horse Shows, '42,
Stunt Night, '42, October Day, '42-'43,
Poetry Club, '42, Class Secretary, '42,
Traveller Banquet, '42, Red Cross, '43,
Basket Ball, '43, May Day, '43,
DITH SINNOTT, IIS Arlington Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York.
Glee Club, '42, Horse Shows, '42-'43, May
Day, '42, junior Hunt Club, Vice President,
MARGARET ANNE BEASLEY, Market
Street, Cheraw, South Carolina.
Blazer Club, '42-'43, May Day, '42, Athletic
Banquet, Toaster, '42, President of Class,
'42-'43, Student Council, '42-'43, October
Day, Court, '42, liounder's Day Banquet,
'42, Spring Planting Day, '43, May' lirolics,
NANCY CARTER BOATWRIGHT, Dan's
Hill, Danville, Virginia.
Sergeant-at-Arms of Class, '39-'40, May
Day, '41, Treasurer of Class, '41-'42, May
Day, '42, Fashion Show, '42, Local Students
Club, '39-'43, May Frolics, '42.
JEAN BOZIC, 2725 West Grace Street, Rich-
Vice President of Class, '40-'41, Vice President
of Class, '41-'42, Glee Club, '42-'43, May
Day, '42, Travrller Staff, '40-'41, May
JACQUELINE BRILL, Q9 Ulster Avenue,
Atlantic Beach, Long Island, New York.
lrus Sta'H, '42-'43, Trrrvrflm' Staff, '42-'43,
Dramatic Club, '42-'43, Nlay l"rolics, '43.
CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM, Ludlow Drive,
Seven Bridges, Chappaqua, New York.
Glee Club, '42-'43, Operetta, '43, May
ANITA LOU DAVENSON, IS7 Newbury
Street, Hartford, Connecticut.
Traveller Staff, '42-'43, Operetta, '45, May
,IANE-AR'l'I-IUR l'I'i'I-TERIIDGIC, 310 North-
east QQID Street, Miami, Florida.
Dramatic Club, '42-'43, "Quality Street,"
'42, "The Opera," '43, President of the Poetry
, luis Stall, '42-'43, Spring
'43, Travellcv' Stall, '42-'43,
May lirolics, '43,
JOYCE EVANS, Faculty Row, Blacksburg.
Dramatic Club, '42-'43, "Quality Street,"
'42,"'l'l1C Opera," '43, Trazreller Staff, '42-
'43, May Frolics, '43.
GLORIA GERSH, Atlantic Beach, Long Is-
land, New York.
Operetta, '43, "Quality Street," '42, Dramatic
Club, '42, May l"rolics, '43.
SUSAN LI1IITC.l'I, 1100 Hoyt Avenue, Saginaw,
Traveller Staff, '42-'43, May Day, '42, Ser-
ISABICL LEWIS, IIS Lady Astor Street,
Vice President ol Class, '39-'40, Stratford
Hunt Club, '39-'40, President of Class, '40-
'4l, Fashion Show, '40--'41, May Day, '41-
'42, Student Council, '40-'41, October Day,
Court, '40, Treasurer of Hunt Club, '40-'41,
President of Senior Hunt Club, '42-'43, May
Frolics, '43, Spring Planting Day, '43,
l"ounder's Day Banquet Toaster, '42,
"Nativity," '42, Final Horse Show, '40,
Gymkhana, '41, Hunter Trials, '40, Spring
Horse Show, '41-'43, Final Horse Show, '43.
li'A1'l'I-I LIBICRMAN, l'fsscx House, New
York, New York.
Dramatic Club, '42, Cleo Club, '41-'43,
Poetry Club, '42, Trzfwllfr Staff, '43, Iltts
Stall, '43, Spring Horse Show, '43, Final
I-lorsc Show, '43, May lfrolics, '43.
VIRGINIA MARSI-lAI,,I,, 33 Roekridge Road,
Mount Vernon, New York.
Secretary of Class, '41-'42, Student Cot1ncil,
'41-'42, "Nativity," '41, May Day, '42,
"Nativity," '42, Secretary of Class, '42-'43,
Carnival Court, '42, Leadout in Valentine
Dance, '43, Nlay Court, '43.
MARION lVll'il.ONlKY, 3.10 Beverly Road,
Douglaston, New York.
Secretary ol' Class, '40-'41, President of Class,
'41-'41, October Day Court, '41-'42, Student
Council, '41-'43, "Nativity," ,4I, May Court,
'42, President of Hall, '42-'43, Madonna, '42,
Leadout i11 Valentine Dance, '43, Spring
Planting Day, '43, May Court, '43,
NllI.DRl'fD MIRO, 159334 Riverside Drive,
West, New York, New York.
Y'rawllr1' Stall, '42-'4.3.
PRlSClI.l.A Ml'l'CHliLI,, S14 Cypress Street,
Greensboro, North Carolina.
Glee Club, '42, May l"rolics, '43.
MAE MURRAY, 1111 West NVashington
Street, Peterslmurg, Virginia.
Glec Club, '42, Sergeant-at.-Arins ol' Class,
'42-'43, May l"rolics, '43.
l'A'l'RIClA KYCONNOR, Dwight Manor,
l'inglewood, New jersey.
Glee Club, '43.
MARY PlCKl'I'l'l', IOI6 Hollywood Avenue,
May Day, '41, Vice President, '42-'43, May
l"rolics, '43, Student Council, '42-'43,
CAlVIll,l.A RAY, Oxford, North Carolinzt.
junior .l'Iunt Club, '43, Stratford T1':1t1fllr1',
'42-'43, Dramatic Club, '.4,2-,431 Spring
Planting Day, '43, Spring Horse Show, '43,
Final Horse Show, '43, Niay Frolics, '43,
Senior Hunt Club, '43, Blazer Club, '43.
GENE RAY, Forest Hills, Danville, Virginia.
President of Class, '39-'40, October Day
Court, '39, Stratford Hunt Club, '39-'41,
Daughter's Club, '39-'43, Final Horse Show,
'41, Treasurer of Class, '40-'41, Treasurer
of Whites, '40-'41, Fashion Show, '40-'41,
May Day, '42, Tratleller Staff, '41-'42, Stu-
dent Council, '43, h-Tay Court, '43, WVi11ner
of Nlagazine Contest, '43, Local Students
Club, '39-'43. '
BARBARA RISICH, Coxendale Road, R. F. D.
No. 1, Chester, Va.
Glee Club, '43, Travzller Staff, '42-'43, Irus
Stall, '43, lX'Iaid of Honor in hflay Court, '43.
ADDIIC STANLISY, Stanleytown, Virginia.
Sergeant-at-Arins of Class, '39-'40, hlay Day,
'40, Glee Club, '42, May Frolics, '43.
Al ICAN PETTUS TRIQVVETT, 3.1.10 Monument
Avenue, Richmond, Virginia.
Tratzellrz' Staff. '42-'43, Treasurer of Class,
'42-'43, Glee Club, '42, Itzts Staff, '43, May
ANN IVILSON, South Boston, Virginia.
MARJORIE WYATT, 215 Randolph Street,
,Il'iAN VARBOR0, 130 Nlarshall Terrace,
Secretary ol Class, '39-'40, Sergeant-ab
Arms, '40-'41, Nitty Day, '41, Fashion Show,
'40-'41, May Day, '.,2.
Addresses ef Other Siueleufe
ELIZABETH ANDREWS ....
ELLEN B. ARMENTROUT ....
FRANCES BARR ..4.......
MARY EXUM BLACKWELL. . .
BETTY BOATWRIGHT ,...
VIRGINIA CARTER ....
LAURIE CLARK ........
BARBARA CARY ...........
BETSY ANNE COLEMAN .......
SUZANNE GRACE EDWARDS. ..... . . .
MARY JANE FORTUNE ........
JOSEPHINE COOK FRASER .....
RUTH JACQUELINE GELLMAN .......
GLORIA HILDA GOLDSTEIN ....
BETTY PORTER GUERRANT ....
PAULINE HALL ..............
ELIZABETH LEWIS HAMMACK .......
MARGARET PEYTON HANDY, . .
CAROLINE LIARRISON ......,..
iViILDRED GRAY HELLI .......
MRS. ELIZABETH HERNDON. . ,
ELIZABETH JANE HESS .....,.
ELIZABETH ANNE HILL. .. . . ..
FRANCES COVINGTON HOWARD .....
MARY GLORIA JERNIGIN .... . .
MARY MOORMAN JONES ....
LOUISE OLIVE IQESSLER. .
VIRGINIA LAMBETH .....
ANNE BELLE LEE .....
CARROLL LIDDY ...I.,...
ELIZABETH ANNE LONG ....
DOROTHY NICCLURE .......
NIRS. ROSE lX'1CDANIEL .......
ROSEMARY MAXLIONEY ........
EILEEN MAVOUREEN lVIAITLAND ....
JEAN MANICE ..... ..........
MARY INEZ NIAULTSBY .......
MURIEL JUNE MILLER .....
ANNIE LAURA MUNDY. . .
GRACE NORRIS ...,......
ANNE NORTON ............
ELIZABETH M. O'CoNNoR ....
FRANCES PARKER ......,..
lVIARY PARSONS ......,..
AUDREY PAVY.. . .
ANNE POLLOK. ...... .
ELIZABETH POWELL .... ......
ANN DICKINSON PRITCIIARD. .
JEAN PRITCHETT .,..........
PATRICIA RAHN ...........
ROSALIND RANDALL ....
JEANELLE RAY ......
I6 St. Andrew's Fairway, Memphis, Tenn.
4009 West Franklin St., Richmond, Va.
122-B Jellferson St., Danville, Va.
3III Sunset Ave., Richmond, Va.
Danls Hill, R. F. D., Danville, Va.
Forest Hills, Va.
1057 Providence Rd., Charlotte, N. C.
272 Cordova, West Palm Beach, Fla.
806 Main St., Danville, Va.
41 Hen Hawk Rd., Great Neck, N. Y.
402 Little Falls Rd., Falls Church, Va.
25 Centre Hill, Petersburg, Va.
207 Beaver Ave., Beckley, W. Va.
121 South Main St., Danville, Va.
Wilson St., Danville, Va.
135 College Ave., Danville, Va. ,
Forest Hills, Danville, Va.
Pickwick Arms Hotel, Greenwich, Conn.
325 College Ave., Danville, Va.
S2 Sutton Place, Lawrence, N. Y.
2206 West Grace St., Richmond, Va.
IIO West Pine St., Farmville, N. C.
620 W'yoming Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Cherry Hill, R. F. D. NO 1. Danville, Va.
I7OO Albemarle Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
R. F. D. No. 6, Danville, Va.
541 Barrington Rd., Grosse Point, Mich.
663 Balfour Rd., Grosse Point, Mich.
200 N. 16th St., Nlanhattan, Kan.
S72 Grove St., Danville, Va.
5216 Crestwood Drive, Little Rock, Ark.
3d Bomber Com., MacDill Field, Tampa,Fla
Lake Forest Drive, Forest Hills, Augusta, Ga
112 Bishop Ave., Schoollield, Va.
210 Cliff Ave., Pelham, N. Y.
P. O. Box 317, Chatham, Va.
Q54 Nlain St., Danville, Va.
862 Stokes St., Danville, Va.
120 Peachtree Circle, Atlanta, Ga.
260 Nlanor Place,WVestoverHills, Danville, 'V
1538 Westover Ave., Petersburg, Va.
126 Nlarshall Terrace, Danville, Va.
Route NO. 2, Danville, Va., cfo
Nlrs. T. D. lvlitchell.
124 Howeland Circle, Danville, Va.
3 Abney Circle, Charleston, W. Va.
Forest Hills, Danville, Va.
4919 VValt0n Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
770 Shirley Drive, Birmingham, Mich.
. . . .1000 Woodley Rd., Montgomery, Ala.
IVIOZISIILE ALDERMAN IRICE ....
MARY FRANCES RUSII .,..
IYUCILLE SCIIOOLFIELD ....
DORIS ANNE SIIELTON. . .
ROSA CIRAY SIMPSON .....
ISLEANOR IYIIEDLEY SMART ....
ANITA SMITII ...........
lVIARTllA JANE SMITII ....
IfiI,,1ZABE'l'l-I STEBBINS.. . . .
JANE STIMME1. ......... .
NANCY STOVALL. .....,... . . .
ISLIZABETII h'iENAB1.E rl1AYLOR.
JOCELYN N. rl1ODD ...........
FLORENCE 'TUCKER ..,.....
CIIARLO'l'TE I'lALL YVALDO ....
RACIIEL WVALKER ..........
NANCY LEE WALL .......... .
.I-IELEN BELKNAP WEAVER .,..
BETTY ADEI. YVOODS .........
VIRGINIA ARMSTEAD YVOODSON .....
lSL1zA13E'I'I-I LEE XVRIGIVI' .....
NIAIKJCJRIIE ZOO ............
Rice Circle, Belton, S. C.
608 Jefferson St., Danville, Va.
1041 Main St., Danville, Va.
Route No, 2, Danville, Va.
127 South lVIain St., Danville, Va.
26 Robin Rd., West Hartford, COIIII.
307 Oakley St., Cambridge, Md.
Madison St., Whiteville, N. C.
I72 College Ave., Danville, Va.
98 West Lakeview Ave., Columbus, Ohio
536 Keen St., Danville, Va.
905 VVashington Ave., Greenville, h4isS.
Scribner Rd., East Rochester, N. Y.
508 Houston St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Westharnpton, L. I., N. Y.
818 Main St., Danville, Va.
1304 Irish St., South Boston, Va.
IO6 Newark Ave., Spring Lake, N. J.
39 Oriole Ave., Bronxville, N. Y.
923 South 28th St., Birmingham, Ala.
38 King St., N. Y. C., N. Y.
JOI-IN C. SIMPSON ..... ...
MAIRDZI. H. ICENNEDY.. .
R. IRUSSELL NEELY ......., ....
RONNIE ODOM. .............. ....
KATHERINE M. I'IOOFNAGLE ,......
NIARIIETTA lYllI..I,l5'1' .......... . . .
STELLA D. CAMDEN fMRS.J ........
IDA IPITZGERALD ..................
EOLINE EVERl2'I"I' MAY FMRS. G, Hlj.
HELEN LOUISE SIIIELDS ...........
JULIA B. THOMASSON fMRS.J .....,
I'iALLlE B. MCMILLIAN ...........
JANIE R. MAIIAN. ......,.........
EDNA F. PARKER IMRS. W. WJ ....
lIil.IZABE'I'H VAN YVAGENEN ........
CORA M. RAY .......,............
FLORENCE CIARRETT CMRS. CJ. .
ELIZABETI-I PANNILL .......
IRENI-I COOK KMRSJ .....,........
FRANK JEFFERSON ............. . . .
ARAMINTA I'IAMMOND KMRS. J. BJ..
ROSE MARCIOLE. ................ .
NIARY RICI-IARIJSCJN ...............
SADIE Y. EVANS QMRS. O. GJ .....
CAROL WATT ........., . .
MARX' LEE ROGERS ..... .. .
127 South hflain St., Danville, Va.
105 St. John's Rd., Baltimore, Md.
122 Mt. Vernon Ave., Danville, Va.
Chestnut Oaks, Bennettsville, S. C.
1129 VVest Ave., Richmond, Va.
IO28 Camelia Ave., Baton Rouge, La.
4313 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, Va.
IIS Vlfest Maiii St., Danville, Va.
226 Randolph Ave., Danville, Va.
719 Nevin Ave., Sewickley, Pa.
Stratford College, Danville, Va.
Caswell County, N. C.
260 Manor Place, 'Westover Hills,
1124 Main St., Danville, Va.
2152 Baringer, Louisville, Ky.
S66 Paxton Ave., Danville, Va.
Box 66, Fountain Inn, S. C.
3132 Fayetteville, Raleigh, N. C.
Stratford College, Danville, Va.
I5 Prospect St., North Plymouth, Mass.
907 South Oak St., Arlington, Va.
338 Virginia Ave., Danville, Va.
132 Gray St., Danville, Va.
521 Monroe St., Danville, Va.
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.4304 Clairmont Ave., Birmingham, Ala.
824 N. Nlain, Danville, Va.
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