Sweet Briar College - Briar Patch Yearbook (Sweet Briar, VA)

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SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE ' iiiiiiiiii|iiii||jiniii|ji iiiij pjii 3 2449 0297339 C 1 ( - I ■ . ' . - ' ' I; ' ): V ) 4 t K w . :.- T YhUU hcuf it u;a , „ c - ■fyilk i -, 41 t Presented by ' S " 5 Staff of Briar Patch MARY HELEN COCHRAN LIBRARY SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE ♦ ♦ • ■•i.- :f. ' V THE 1956 BRIAR PATCH CHRIS SMITH Editor SYDNEY GRAHAM Buiiness Manager " ■ ' li iT ' i ' -■ ■■II — ». i f iiii h i ! I n Ml III — i imij p ry . 3J ♦ ♦ ♦ f f..■f; • ll yhU U kou it uill ke . The year 1956 marks a turning point in the history of Sweet Briar College. We greet this golden an- niversary year with devoted spirit as our college stands on the threshold of a new and more productive half-century. Sweet Briar looks with pride at the construction of the William Bland Dew Dormitory; she accepts with gratitude her part of the Ford Foundation Grant. A new Sweet Briar is being built upon the strong and revered foundations that have become her heritage. Administration, faculty, and students have cooperated through the years to establish her traditions on a firm basis and to plan for her future. As a chronicle of the life history of Sweet Briar College, the Briar Patch of 1956 is presented as a tribute to those who have worked for this college during the past fifty years and to those who will continue in their fooisteps throughout the next fifty years. From these pages we may see where we have been, where we are now, and where we are going. ■ ■ J ' The Heif to jhi-AftitaticH . . . We at Sweet Briar are proud of the close relationship be- tween faculty and students. Throughout the years Ethel and Sarah T. Ramage have been the dual personification of this bond. Their profound desire to know and to understand each one of us has inspired us to prove ourselves worthy of their in- terest. Their sincerity, illuminated with enthusiasm, has con- stantly guided us in our endeavors. The Ramages have presented us with a challenge which is not only academic but which pervades our entire college experi- ence. This challenge is threefold: it provides the impetus to look at ourselves objectively, to think independently, and to express our ideas. In achieving this goal themselves, they have given us a constant standard to follow. It is with deep gratitude, which we feel cannot be defined in mere verbal expression, that we dedicate the 1956 year book to Miss Ethel and Miss Sarah T. Ramage, professors of English. i I • • • Miss Ethel Ramagc Miss Sarah Ratnage 80073 7ke Cfiitit p( S6 We of the Senior Class have a particular pride and interest in the Development Program. Initiated our Freshman year and, we hope aptly, named " the Spirit of ' 56, " it has been exciting both to watch its progress and to anticipate its results. Now as we graduate, though the program is not officially over, we al- ready glimpse a part of its results as we see the material founda- tions arise which will enable the college to expand its intangible ones. For making this possible, we pause before leaving to offer our collective appreciation to Mrs. Pannell and to every one who has contributed in any way to the success of the Develop- ment Program. t ' . ♦. ' I . .?r .if ' . ;i • •..♦• acuttif aH4 fidw Uttatm ■: ' 7 3 U kou it uaA . . . ' ♦ ♦ • I ANNE GARY PANNELL President MARY JANE PEARL Dean FACULTY AND STAFF BOARD OF DIRECTORS Akchibai.i) Cj. Robfr ' i-son, LL.B., Pn-siJent Richmnml, Virginia Dabnev S. Lancaster, LL.D., I ' tcc President Farmville, ' irKinia Sara Shai,I-e berger Brown, A.B Harrnds Creek, Kentuck Rowland Lea A ricola, Virginia C. Raine Petivjohn, B.A Lwichlnirg, ' irsi ' ii ' T V. Gerhard Sl ' hling Lxnchbnrg, ' irginia John S. Zinsser, M.A Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Members of the Hoard of nirtctors are aKo members of the Board of 0 ' erseers. id. irfTinia BOARD OF OVERSEERS Archibald G. RnRtRTSiiN, I ' miJcnl Riclii Trrrn Expires 1956 Marv Huntington Harrison. A.H Cincinnati, ()hii Connie M. (Juion, M.D., D.Sc New ' ork. New " ' ork 19; 7 AiMA Martin Rot n em, A.K Princeton, New Jersex 1958 Annie Poweit. Hodces. A.M Wiiliamshurg, ' irginia Adrian M. Massie, B.A Rjc, New Vork Chari.es H. Murchison, I.L.B Jacksonville, Florida The Right Reverend Richard S. Watson, LL.B., B.D., D.D Salt Lake Cit . Ctah 1959 Barron F. Biack, B.I Norfolk, Virginia Bliford ScoiT Richinoiul, ' ir inia Edward T. Waii.es, B.S Washington, I ' J.C. Rebecca ' ounc7 Frazer, A.B Atlanta, Cieorgia 1961 Thomas C. Boushali., A.B Richmond, ' irginia Meia C;i ass, Ph.D., Litt.n., LL.D., D.C.L Charlottesville, irKinia Lawson W. Turner, Sr Forest, ' irginia GoRHAM B. Walker, Jr., B.A Lvnchhurg, Virginia Mildred W. Warner Tnscalocisa, Alabama Anne Pannei.l, D.Phil, h ..V Ex-Offiiin, PresidenI of the College Louisa Newkirk Stebbi.e, , .B Ex-Oifiio, President of ihe Sivrrl Brinr .Hiimnae .Issoeialion EXECUTIVE OFFICERS . nne (;ari Pannei.l, D.Piiil, (Oxon,), LL.D PresidenI Meia Class, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D., D.C.L PresidenI Emerilus .Marv J. Pearl, Ph.D Dean Jean Louise Williams, .A.M IssislanI Dean Dorothv Jest er, .A.B Dean 0 Siudenls Bernice Drake Lill, M Diretlor of Idmission Jeannette Boone, A.B Rrrorder Peter V. D, niei., B.A IssislanI lo llir President ; Treasurer Edith Siewart, M.A .Exetutive Secretary and .Idininislrative .IssislanI lo llie PresidenI yhU U hcu; it U Edmund P. Allison Inslrutlor in Music U.S., New ' ork Cniversity; A.M., Ilarvanl Uiiiversitv. Eleanor D. Barton Professor of Art A.H., Vassar College; .■ .M., New Vork Tniversitv; Ph.n.. Radcliflfe OiUege. Arthur S. Bates .Issitiinti- I ' ruf.ssor of Rdinanic l.iiiigiuigrs . M.. Hamilton College; Ph.D., Cornell Iniversitv. Richard W. Begun Inslruiliir ni English B.A., Hamilton College. Jane Belcher Assoiiiilr I ' rnfrssor of Biology A.B., Colby College; A.M., Columhia Uni- versity; Ph.D., Cniversity of Missouri. FACULTY Gladys Boone Professor of Eeonomics . 1..A., University of Birmingham, England ; Ph.D., Columbia Universitv. Sara Boulden ■ IssistanI in Iliology A.B., Rajiilolph-Maoin Woman College. Elisabeth Spies Branch Inslnntnr in Physiral Education . .B., Wells College. Laura T. Buckham Professor of Romance Languages A.U., Universitv of ' ermont; Ph.D. Rad- cliffe College. Richard G. Carrott Instructor in Art A.B., Wesleyan Univer!.it . Miriam F. Bennett - L. F . ' " S ;■ t h „, , -M v ' J Janice M. Cordray Inslruilor in liiology . ' ;, _jBr ' - - t ■ „, ■ . „ 1 A M M m . II 1 f s Idfci - ' M Instructor in Classics A. B., Carleton College; A.M., Mount Holy- •;- |, jHla . . K I u , ■ u o ,,. „, oke College; Ph.D., Northwestern Univer- V v " ' m. gf S • • ' - " " " ■ ' " cAU ,- M.A., Ph.D., The sity. " iSr t K ] ' hn Hopkins University. NOT PICTURED Anne Gary Pannell President: Professor of History A.B., Barnard College; D.Phil., (Oxon) ; I.L.D., University of Alabama Mary J. Pearl Dean. Professor of Greek and Latin B.A., University of loronto; . .M., Ph.D., University of Michigan Joseph E. Barker Professor of Romance Languages, Director, Junior Year in France h.X., 15. D., ' ale University; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., Columhia University Belle Boone Beard Professor of Sociology A.B., Lynchburg College; M.A., Ph.D., Brui Maur College Franz K. Bernheimer Assistant Professor of Art Munich .Academy of -Art; M.A., M.K.A., a e University Gladys Boone Professor of Economics M.A., ' niversitv of Birmingham, England; Pli.l)., Columhia I ' niversity »Oil sabb.itical leave. 1955-1956 FACULTY NOT PICTURED Car l Bricken Professor of Music H.. ., ale I ' riiversity; Kcnit iirinak-, Paris; MaiiiRs School of Music, New ' ork Mary C. Cavallaro Instructor in Physics and Mathematics U.S., Simmons Collcnc G. Noble Gilpin Assistant Professor of Music H.Mus., M.Mus., Syracuse I ' niversitv Dean Hosken Assistant Professor of Religion AM., Mount llolMike College ; H.IX, t ' Tiion Theological Seminary Agatha Chiplev Hughes InUructor in Education U.S., Cornell I ' niversity Frank H. McGar Instructor m Physics and Mathematics B.A., ale Iniversiti ; M.S., Case Institute ot Technology • On leave first semester. 1953-1956 ••On Leave 1954 1956 Lucy Shepard Crawford H| . " vm Patricia Horst I ' rojcssor of Plnlusapliy, Piyihology an.i R( BE«r» ' I iisliui Icir in I ' hysital Education EJiuation ■■t B A ' •• ' -. " I ' i " A.B., Ph.D., Cornell Cniversitv. JovanDeRocco . . Thomas P. Hughes . ,.,. ,,„ Professor of Art £ ' MF- M-A-. Ph.lX, Iniversitv of Vir- School of Architecture, University of Gr " f t ■ ginia Belgrade; Art Stiiilents League, New York; | " ' f f Student of Harold ' aii Bureii Magonigle. %.- t ' i life Evelyn Eaton i B8K.i - a " " Cecile Guilmineau Johnson lisilinn l.i(tiir,r in Crrii i-iv ll ' niing 3 C SbI L. -Issonal,- Professor of hrcmh I ' niversity of Paris. KPt T K M.A., The Johns Hopkins Cniversitv. Sidney L. Freeman Assistani Professor of English B.S., Iniversity of Wisconsin; M.A., Bowling Creen State Cniversity; Ph.D., Cornell Iniversity. Angela M. Geraci Instruelor in Physieal EJuialion B.S., State Teachers Cr)llege, New Jersey. Milan E. Hapala Issisliinl Professor of Goiernmenl and Economies A.B.. Beloit College; A.M., Iniversitv of Nebraska. SoNjA P. Karsen Issislant Professor of Modern Languages B.A., Carleton College; M.A., Bryii Mawr College; Ph. 11., Columbia Cniversitv. Mary Ann Lee Issoeiale Professor of Malliemalies A.B., Randolph-.Macon Women ' s College; A.M., I ' niversity of Wisconsin; Ph.D. ' , Cornell I ' niversitv. Esther B. Leffler Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., Pennsylvania State College; Ph.D,, I ' niversity of Virginia. : . . . ,-i::;-; ' ;i .: : :-i.yjy - : i ' i:-: iM, y=!. y, ; ;iiS;;S !g?? y?wg g ' -?? STy ' Sgyg Katherine MacDonald Issociate Professor of Physical Educalinn B.S., Tufts College; M.S., T ' niversity of Iowa. Florence T. McCulloch Instructor in Modern Languages .■ .K., ' assar College; A.M., University of North Carolina. William Mallard, Jr. histructor in Religion A.K., Randolph-Macon College; B.D., Ihe Divinity School, Duke University. Gertrude Malz Professor of Greek and Latin . M., S varthm()re College; A.M., Ph.D., Universit ' of Wisconsin. Iren Marik Assistant Professor of Music Budapest College of Music; Liszt Academ of Music, Budapest. Elizabeth F. Moller ■ 1 ssociate Professor of Psycliology A.B., Goucher College; A.M., Clark Uni versity; Ph.D., Cornell University. MsiiA iV; FACULTY Paul T. Mountjoy .Lssistant Professor of Psychology U.S., Lawrence College; M..A., Indiana University. Helen K. Mull Professor of Philosophy, Psychology and Education . .B., Vassar College; A.M., Ph.D., Rad- cliffe College. Lawrence G. Nelson -1 ssociate Professor of English H.A., I.uther College; A.M., University of Texas; Ph.D., University of ' irginia. Peter Penzoldt Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Classics M.A., Ph.D., University of Geneva. Ralph E. Purcell Professor, Carter Class Chair of Govern- ment . .B., Florida Southern College; A.M., Duke University; Ph.D., University of ' isconsin. Ethel Ramage Professor of English AM., Barnard College; A.M., Columbia University; Ph.D. , University of Wisconsin. NOT PICTURED Gerhard Masur Professor of History Pli.D., University of Berlin Lysbeth W. Muncy A ssociate Professor of History . .R., ' assar College; A.M., Ph.D., Brown University Ben L. Reid Instructor of English A.B., University of Louisville; A.M., Columbia University. Charles H. Riggs, Jr Instructor in History and in the Division of Social Studies A.H., Oberlin College Marion Benedict Rollins Professor of Religion AM., Barnard College; A..VL, Ph.D., Columbia University; B.D., Union Theological Seminary John B. Rust Assistant Professor of Spanish Ph.B., University of Chicago; M.A., D.M.I.., Middkburv College On sabbatical leave first semester 1955- 19 56 • On leave 1955-1956 •••On sabbatical leave 1955-1956 14 FACULTY NOT PICTURED Rosalie Sutherland Siri in Instructor in Music H.A., Milwaukcc-Dowiicr Collt-gc Dorothy Stimson I ' lsitmg Professor of History A.B., ' as ar College; A.M., Ph.n., CnliiinhMi ( riivci ity Julia Stone Summerson Assistant in Violin and Viola C ' inoiiinaii C(HiscTv:»tor nt Music; jiiilliard Scln)nl cit Music Lucile Umbreit Associate Professor of Music A.B., Radcliffe College; .A.M., ' assar College Arthur L. Vogelback Professor of English i.. ., W ' lsUyaii riiiversity; M..A., Coluiiiliia I ' liiveisit) ; I ' ll. I)., I ' Miveisity of Chicago • On sabKiticil leave. 1955 1956 ••Second Scmcscer, 1955-1956 Sarah Thorpe Ramage m m mrx-i rx: . Johanne M. Stochholm Issislanl Prnfissor of English . Uti J - -Issoriale I ' roftssor of luiglisli B.. ' ., N ' ewcomh College; M.A., Hryii Mnwr ' vA. Secretary of the Faculty College; Ph.D., Vale Cniversitv. -» A _W tfj l 1 M..A., tiiiversitv of Copenhagen; I ' h.l)., f i 4. f. Brvn Mawr College; James A. Rawley , fca ■ Hildegard Stucklen hsociale Professor of History T m im ' Professor of Physics A. B., A.M., University of Michigan; Ph.D., f f — , 1 Ph.D., irniversity of Gottingen. Columbia (niversitv. . •■ ' ' I l!k, ' V I Jane Davidson Reid . Dorothy D. Thompson Instructor in English dP . ' ts ' . ' -. .Issociale Professor of Chemistry A. B., A.M., University of Louisville. f ' ' fl _M A.B., A.M., Mount Holyoke College; Ph.D., X| . J JB ' S V Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carol M. Rice College Physician and Professor of Ilygieni A.B., Smith College; A.M.. Wellcsley Col lege; M.D., University of Wisconsin. Harriet Howell Rogers Professor of Physiial Education .■ .B., .Mount I[olyr)ke College; (irailuateol Nov Haven Normal School of CJvmnastics. Elizabeth F. Sprague Issistanl Professor of Hiology A.B., A.M., University of California. Bertha Pmster Wailes .Issociate Professor of Sociology . .H., Sweet Briar College ; M.A., University of Virginia. Orland E. White I ' isiting Professor of Hiology B.S., M.S., South Dakota College; Sc.D., Harvard Universitv. Jean Louise Williams Issislant Dean: Director of I ocational Guidance A.B., A.M., Wellesley College. gfi«M!»i«aK!»iJ»W;!j?h;» %- S!a ai» iaeiisg«faa :fea««?»;a?, I ClaAMA TkU U kou) it u aA . . . yhU U hci it U . . •. - y. :-,y ' . -jk .2:.:;:ic i»iVi-.:-,%i-KJ ' 1!-yi ' - ' - I Left to Right: Meade, Vice-Presidetit; Shannonhouse, Secretary: Lenz, President; Greer, Treasurer. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS The traditional caps and gowns made their first appearance at Founder ' s Day and were seen often throughout the year in dignif ied array atop the " Golden Stairs. " Spirit and leadership characterized this class; success crowned them as the curtain came down on the finale of " The Virgins of Menace; " and endurance and long suffering enabled them to master that shadowy spectre called COMPREHENSIVES. The way was long, but when spring vacation rolled around, the distance was surprisingly decreased, and so were the number of available parking spaces on campus! In spite of " spring fever " and other pleasant interruptions, thev emerged victorious with beaming faces and diplomas in hand. Sadly we bid them farewell as they go forth to take their places in " the wide, wide world. " 21 : ■■ ' ' fmmm mi? ' ' ■ CiaAA of 9iftif-Si EVE MARSHALL ALTSHELER " Evil " . . . Blue grass and Bourbon . . . that slow lazy drawl . . . population pyramids and significant statis- tics . . . " Where ' s the food? " . . . baby hair and baby complexion . . . " Anyone for bridge? " . . . Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouth . . . unexpected savoir-faire . . . " I can pack in five minutes. " . . . laughing that ends in a giggle . . . " Can ' t I do something for you? " . . . Yankee leanings but Southern at heart. Sociology Major. Glee Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Chairman of Choir; Church and Chapel Committee. X... :?rv JOAN ELISE BROMAN A genuine interest in other people . . . consideration . . . dimples . . . erratic hours . . . artistic aptitude . . . perplexed Rapunsal . . . perennially planning and painting posters ... " a heart so warm and gay. " Religion Major. Paint and Patches; judical Board; Bum Chum: YWCA Vice-President; May Court; Brambler; Orientation. 22 Siifcet SNat Cplleae % • ADELAIDE MARSHALL BROWN Adelaide, Adelaide, ever loving Adelaide . . . pearls, cashmere, and Scotch . . . " Now cell me everything! " . . . our shuffling scuffling scholar . . . easy to talk with, delightful to know . . . contagious enthusiasm . . . " Just think, in two months I ' ll see Peter " . . . Ah, La Vie Parisienne! . . . " blithe spirit " and bright eyes . . . coffee, cigarettes, and sleep, sleep, sleep . . . affec- tionate, always cheerful, unaffected. We all felt her absence during second semester but we know she is happily married. PRYDE BREED BROWN A lilt in the living . . . enthusiasm with a vengeance . . . " W hy does everyone always treat me like a child? " . . . Beaujolais et un bon Camembert . . . undaunted hypochondriac . . . purely innocent sophistication . . . sentimental cynic . . . genius by association . . . " Johnny says ... " ... She leads the world by the hand — and a smile. French Major. Dean ' s List: YWCA Cabinet: Freshman Class. Secretary-Treasurer; Chung Mung: Paint and Patches; May Court; News; Social Com- mittee; Junior Year in France. X 23 • f-♦■ ClaM c f 9 tifStx ELIZABETH JANE INGRAM BUXTON Betty . . . " Uncle Willie ' s " angel child . . . " Oh, dear Gussie! " . . . weekly phone calls to Detroit . . . lots of sugar, and oh! that spice . . . " Oh pooh! Laundry day again. " . . . endless stream of chit-chat ... " I want twelve children. " . . . baby talk with a southern drawl . . . " Wanna play a game of pounce? " . . . after grad- uation, secession from the South??? . . . Easygoing — but she gets there! Religion Major. Choir JANET AUDREY VIRGINIA CALDWELL Jan . . . music to study by . . . knows everything in four languages . . . " But don ' t you think my hair is too short? " . . . artistic talent with professional abilitv . . . " O how I hate to get up in the morning " ... a Charleston whiz ... a stitch here, a stitch there . . . " hurricane " . . . flair for design . . . always has her knitting . . . it ' s a Vogue — needs a time reminder. 24 Spanish Major. Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Choir; Sweet Tones; Phi Beta Kappa. -%- y Street Sfiat College « • y DOROTHY WARTHEN CANDLER Dede . . . Flora in a flurry . . . peaches and cream . . . Does he have a sister? . . . Emily Post . . . " It ' s much more fun to be snowed! " . . . that pigeon-toe switch . . . " Hey — how ' r you? " . . . Head Spook . . . " Morn- ing, ladies! " . . . Tear, idle tears from eyes of glass . . . " Cain ' t say no " . . . effortless academics . . . effer- vescent extrovert and thoughtfulness personified. American History Major. Freshman Honors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; YWCA Treasurer; So- cial Committee; Bum Chum; Chung Mung, Presi- dent; Garland Bearer; May Court; Campus Chest Committee; Orientation; Phi Beta Kappa. LEONA CHANG " Lee " . . . " Princess " ... a true lady . . . neat and effi- cient . . . meetings, meetings, meetings . . . The Sweet- est Tone . . . Puddy-tats ' n little white rats . . . those thelcthy splits in those thekthy dresses . . . " I ' m not really that naive! " . . . petite plus . . . one big SPARKLE . . . delightful giggle . . . the cutest nose . . . Date House at 5 . . . amazing ability and versatil- ity. Psychology Major. Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Mary K. Benedict Scholar; Judicial Board; Q. V.; House President; Choir; Siveet Tones; May Court; Campus Chest Committee; Tau Phi; College Coun- cil; Who ' s Who in Colleges and Universities. 25 ♦ CiaA c 9i tifSix EVELYN LEE CHRISTISON Evy . . . with sparkling blue eyes and a wondrous smile . . . infectious laugh . . . efficiency for managing so many things ... a love for music and an interest in psychology . . . her special walk (s) ... " . . . but I want to get to the core of the material. " . . . sincere . . . lovingly vague . . . " far from the madding crowd. " Psychology Major. Choir. SUSAN MARTINDALE CLAY Sue . . . " My poor skinny pig " ... " I can ' t stand it. " . . . " that ' s rude, crude, and unattractive. " . . . cigar- ette time ... en francais, si ' l vous plait; Ah, Quebec! . . . one of the illustrious Swamis . . . Stix ' little helper . . . the General ' s daughter . . . natural curly red hair ... all for a beer at Tommies . . . crazy over show music . . . patient and helpful. French Major. Paint and Patches; Curriculum Committee. Chairman: Choir; Athletic Association Executive Board. 26 Street Sriat College BARBARA THRUSTON COLLIS " Grossa " . . . chief haircutter . . . " Barbara, please fix my knitting. " . . . " Our day will come. " . . . The eyes tell the story . . . Mother Barbara . . . " No one, not even the rain, has such small hands. " . . . " I ' m going to write a great Mother concerto. " . . . " If I didn ' t have a schedule, Jane wouldn ' t get anything done. " . . . " I ' m not going to worry about it. " . . . " Two men, really, my dear. " Music Major. Art and Music Club, President; News; Handbook arid Key, Business Manager; Choir. HARRIET YOUNG COOPER Time ' s winged Harriet . . . fun, fantasy, and frolic . . . the magic of the Mind . . . thoughts that breathe and words that burn . . . " to be young was very Heaven! " . . . Not in my eyes alone is Paradise . . . Books, books, books! ... " GOSH! REALLY! " ... with a Voguish flurry ... if Princeton comes, can Yale be far behind? . . . " It can ' t be time to go already " . . . like pale champagne, with a cultured bubble. English Major. Social Committee, Vice-President; May Court; News; Chung Mung, Secretary-Treas- urer. 27 • » t- : . Cla A 0 9i tifSix CAROLYN DICKINSON " If you know just how to snow " . . . All American blonde beauty . . . st ill small voice . . . scarab bracelets . . . powder blue . . . " Wake me up in time for supper " . . . scrutinizing with half closed eyes . . . refuses to eat an apple a day . . . tenacity of convictions . . . disarm- ing smile . . . searching sensitivity . . . " The Bible told me so . . . " . Religion Major. News: Crown Bearer; May Court; Friends of Art. Secretary-Treasurer. MARGARET CAROL DJERF " Mitzie " . . . bright, busy, blond . . . always domg " little things " . . . most amazing life stories . . . " He ' s a louse but I love him! " . . . Princeton ' s date bureau . . . lyrical and analytical . . . " Be-kind-to-Mitzie-day " . . . three halves to everything . . . 160 ways to wear a scarf . . . " I ' m just a slave to sociology. " ... " I would but Rav doesn ' t like it! " . . . novels, short stories, poems; you name it, she does it. 28 Socioi OGY Major. News; Bramhler. Editor-in-Chief. ♦•♦ ' L ♦ • .♦ %«M«:-«a;: !Ktf {tKMs(K:::«v x .v • Sit eet Stiat CclUfe PATRICIA HAGGERTY DOOLAN Pa — t, where are you? ... In the browsing room with a favorite English poet, away for the weekend, or dreaming of places far away ... " ... but I CAN ' T sleep! " . . . mad for those French novels ... a grand actress, and an Irish gift for mimicking . . . acutely observant . . . gamin looks, sensitive, and thoughtful. English Major. VIRGINIA CARTER ECHOLS " My face is pink, my hair is sleek, I dine at Blenheim once a week. " The Asses ' choice OR the choicest Ass? . . . What ' s the Personnel Committee? . . . temperance charts . . . ever piping songs . . . " A po. on you! " . . . delayed reaction ... a bubble winked at me . . . She is as inno- cent as gav; and, fortunately for us, as gay as inno- cent . . . both feet planted firmly in the air. American History Major. News, Advertising Manager: Junior Class. Treasurer: Personnel Com- mittee, Chairman: May Court: Aint ' s and Asses; Orientation. 4 29 • ClaM off 9 0ifStx JOYCE CLAIRE FACKINER " Joyce " . . . " shh!! — that ' s part of Wagner ' s Ring " . . . suppressed desire: to conduct a Philharmonic Orchestra . . . roses, roses, roses . . . " This time next week " . . . " If I can only live through tomorrow " . . . beautiful wavey hair . . . snappy dresser . . . fantastic memory . . . can really keep a secret . . . shudda been a detective . . . look for her at Wimbleton . . . " grilled cheese, please " ... a big house in Connecticut and lots o ' kids . . . but first, " Europe here I come! " Religion Major. Choir; Athletic Association, Exe- cutive Board; Church and Chapel Committee. LOUISE FALLIGANT GALLEHER Lou . . . passive resistance ... " a dainty rogue in porcelain " . . . " But I ' m not sweet! ' ' . . . Rufus ... a delightful trial . . . generosity . . . " Oh! Sleep it is a blessed thing ... " ... Egyptian dilemma . . . still wa- ters run deep. Modern European History Major. YWCA Cabinet; Social Committee; News; Campus Chest Committee; May Court; Dean ' s List. 30 - ♦■♦•.« S( eet Stiat College FRANCES PRESSLY GILBERT " Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs " . . . smiUng enthusiasm and a spirited High- land Fhng . . . nocturnal rotation on the axis . . . inter- national postmarks . . . perennial percolator ... a darkling sprite . . . violet eyes . . . muse of the medics and rage of the Rhine . . . dignity, discipline, and de- light in life . . . " In youth and beauty, wisdom is but rare. " ANN DUMAS GREER " Moicy " . . . versatility . . . Pavlova in her terrycloth sarong carrying the inevitable striped bag ... " I adore it! " . . . always the lady . . . Sophomore psych sickness . . . musical sensitivity . . . the Dior look . . . passion for cleanliness . . . Who ever heard of finding 2,000 in the A.C. Room? . . . Senior Maestro . . . Why worry about C.C.? . . . grace, graciousness, and gentility. Music Major. Dean ' s List: Campus Chest. Treas- urer: Bum Chum: Senior Class. Treasurer: May Court; Chung Mung; Song Leader; Orientation. English Major. Freshman Honors: Deans List; Judicial Board; May Queen; May Court; Tau Phi; College Council; House President: YWCA Cabinet; Q. v.; Junior Year in Scotland; Choir; Orientation; Phi Beta Kappa. 31 • t Oau p( i tifSix ALICE MYERS GUGGENHEIMER " O-o-o-oh me! " . . . devilish angel . . . the lone scientist . . . " But this is my one day to sleep " . . . faculty fa- vorite . . . " Let me tell you how to pith a frog " . . . Jergen ' s Lotion . . . new wardrobe every season . . . curiosity didn ' t kill this cat . . . " Bye, it ' s 5:30 " ... a tranquil mind . . . " Would you like for me to tell you about the ideal marriage? " . . . sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue. Chemistry Major. Freshman Honors; Junior Hon- ors: Dean ' s List; News; Tan Phi; Judicial Board; Paint and Patches; Choir; Orientation; House Presi- dent. HAZEL CHAMBLEE HERRING " Hi — " . . . Blue Boy with Titian red hair . . . the happy wanderer . . . where there ' s a will, there ' s a way . . . cousin . . . " Guess what — only five tests, six term papers, and two novels to go! ' ' . . . rock around the clock . . . must wash my " hai-er " . . . " But why are people so complex? " . . . irresistible impulse for in- terns . . . subtle sophistication . . . " Songs of Inno- cence and Songs of Experience. " English Major. Dean ' s List; News; Choir. 32 Su eet St-iat College MARY ANN CARSON HICKLIN " I may be wrong, but I am always right! " . . . the ring game . . . " As a matter of fact, what is this business? " . . . the blusii . . . And her eyes begin to shine to hear her stories . . . bears and more bears . . . champagne . . . pure in thought ... her time is your time, and gladly given ... a sparkle on more than her finger. American History Major. Dean ' s List; Social Committee Secretary: News. Advertising Manager; World Affairs Club. Secretary. NANCIE GREER HOWE " Come to the Senior Parlor " . . . " Happy Howdy " . . . gung ho Girl Scouts . . . scheming, planning, doing . . . " A smile was her umbrella " . . . letters that lived . . . cupid . . . love me, love my beagle . . . reading Sunday ' s News Summarv at the end of the next week . . . Bermuda . . . and the British! socializing sociol- ogist . . . sports enthusiast . . . fun friend, and loyal, too. Sociology Major. Choir; Athletic Association. Exe- cutive Board; Orientation; YWCA Cabinet; Curric- ulum Committee. 33 • » ■•.■ . CiaAA 0 9i tif-Six LOUISA PURDUM HUNT " Oh, deah " . . . Aims to please . . . the family . . . " Can ' t you go to the Colony tomorrow? " . . . " It ' s all a matter of degree " . . . portrait of a lady . . . quest for the eligible bachelor . . . " Do you know where I can get cx pea jacket? " . . . going home this weekend . . . Wedgewood and English bone china . . . " You must have phenypyruvic oligophrenia. " . . . " Get up — are you awake? I ' m leaving. " Psychology Major. Deans List; Choir: Friends of Art, Vice-President, Secretary; May Court; Paint and Patches; Tail Phi; YWCA Cabinet; Orienta- tion. M SALLY ANN HYDE Effortless charm . . . " Have you seen my slides of Europe? " . . . doodles in Greek . . . " But I have to write a letter. " . . . the unobtrusive show-girl . . . " Tell me more about Operation Sagebrush! " . . . casual conservative . . . sweet sophistication . . . knitting . . . " It didn ' t fit him so I ' m wearing it. " . . . " If it ' s a child or dog, I love it! " . . . careful wit — sympathetic Sphinx. Psychology Major. 34 . - » k 4 Street Hat CcUe e ANN MARSDEN IRVIN " The still small voice of calm " . . . quiet unselfishness . . . the pillow case nightie . . . constantly conscientious . . . organization personified . . . bubble gum and L M ' s . . . solves problems by listening . . . Rachmanin- off and rhythm . . . athletic tangents ... 7:30 fog . . . practical but philosophical . . . friendship, fun, and fidelity. Religion Major. News- Choir; Social Committee; Bum Chum; YWCA Cabinet; Orientation; Dean ' s List. JULIA BATES JACKSON Julie . . . " I ' m just a diamond in the rough. " . . . clever, colorful and captivating . . . the tailored tweedy look with sophisticated flair and casual air . . . fabu- lous weekends, fabulous men, and those credit cards . . . wit and worldly wisdom . . . twinkle in eye, turned- up nose, pert swagger . . . " I ' m really upset! " ... a joke, a coke, and a term paper . . . Somewhere there ' s a someone! American History. Bum Chum, Treasurer; Aim ' s and Asses, President; Orientation; Song Leader. 35 N f ♦.- -♦ ' - Cla A c 9i tifSix CORELL LAUTER . ?V " " Corky " . . . Southern hospitality on Long Island . . . " Ya know what? " — " I forgot it! " . . . Lee ' s little logarithm ... a man in every fort . . . " Hey?? " . . . Goren, Garner, and gab . . . Four Roses and " Mont- roses " . . . organizing ability . . . When she ' s good, she ' s very, very good and when she ' s bad, she ' s horrid! ... a clownish comedienne or a cool cosmopolite? err ) Mathematics Major. News; Paint and Patches. CARROLL JOYCE LENZ A ROSEY APPLE . . . wicked wrist motion . . . gavel, gown, and greeting cards galore . . . nightly vigils over learning, letters, and " Fll never finish this in time! " . . . phone calls: makes them and takes them . . . " You tniist stay at my house " . . . enthusiasm, effervescence, and an ever-twinkling eye . . . that friendly " hi " . . . tweedy but feminine . . . " Wake me at 7:15; I have a fourth period class " . . . The true source of cheerfulness is benevolence. Religion Major. Suctal Committee: Bum Chum, President: Aint ' s and Asses: Chung Mung; Senior Class, President: junior Class. Vice-President; Orien- tation. 36 • ♦ Su eet Snat Ccilefe CATHERINE GORDON LOTTERHOS " Catbird! " . . . " Do I dare disturb the universe? " . . . " Alas, for the rarity " . . . continental or just plain country? . . . " Bliss is it to be alive, but to be young is heaven " . . . ninety per cent genius, ten per cent fantasy . . . captivating calmness . . . whimsical wit . . . a sweet disorder in the dress . . . efficiency performed in a casual way. ELIZABETH LYNE MEADE Betsy . . . " In the eighth grade I changed from under- shirts to . . . " our own barber . . . sensitivity . . . genuine concern for feelings of others . . . most flagrant flatterer of the Religion Department: changed her major after taking English Language . . . " the best things come in little packages. " Religion Major. Dean ' s List; News; Senior Class. Vice-President; YWCA Cabinet, Secretary; Orienta- tion. American History Major. Dean ' s List; Junior Class. President; Tan Phi. President; Bum Chum; Aint ' s and Asses; Student Government. Vice-Presi- dent; Neivs; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 37 ClaA 0 9i tif-Six ROSE CORNELSON MONTGOMERY II Capezios and cashmeres . . . circle duty — when? . . . B.N.T.R.M. Day ... " A rose is a rose is a Rose " . . . " ecstasy of misery " . . . candor with a plan . . . grace- ful as a newborn calf . . . " not even Godliness comes first " . . . flustered on the telephone . . . She ' s trod a highway strewn with hearts. English Major. News: Social Committee. Chair- man; House President: YWCA, Commission Head; Paint and Patches; Tau Phi; May Court; Orienta- tion. ' ' f ifW - MARY CARTER NELSON " Corter " . . . " Now, you all, don ' t get excited " ... in case of fire — wallet, credit card, and family pictures . . . Our American problem . . . " I ' m going to be a real siren when I go home. " ... 2:20 C.C. — 2:21 in bed . . . " I ' ve got the sssshakes from coffee. " . . . " But I ' ve read all these magazines. " . . . sense and sensibility. American Problems Major. Choir; Sceptre Bearer; May Court. 38 . . . . ♦ ••♦♦■•! ;v?; ?T !KsS»s XJv ' iWti; ' tN ' K :re :-!« i. ' :¥ aSi5 iS« S ueet Sfiat Cclle e CAROLYN LIVINGSTON PANNELL " Wif " . . . perpetual motion . . . Her wish is her com- mand . . . " Alice in Wonderland " . . . Freshman Open House, anyone? . . . Operator 24 . . . lates, lates, lates . . . neatness and sincerity . . . ring cleaning ritual . . . princess waistline, pastels and flawless complexion . . . can ' t wait to be domestic . . . sparkling depth in brown eyes . . . genuine understanding and spontaneous friendliness ... a Southern Sweetheart. ELISE PARRISH Religion Major. YWCA Cabinet; Q. V.; Chung Mung; Head of Orientation: Hoii e President; Aint ' s and Asses; judicial Board. " Leezie " . . . played Jessica only once, but always knows how to snow . . . " Doesn ' t it upset you that THE UNIVERSITY isn ' t what it used to be? " . . . plenty of answers and no enemies . . . sophisticated first impression . . . " Were ya ' ll really afraid of me? " . . . sudden enthusiasms: horses (boots in bed) ; Rus- sian Bank; " Carmen " ; the Far East. Perennial loves: music (from Louis Armstrong to Bach and back); W innie-the-Pooh ; relaxation . . . golden hair . . . gold- en disposition . . . wistful eyes . . . the Southern way. m Political Economy Major. Social Committee; Choir; May Court; Orientation; Athletic Associa- tion, Executive Board; Deans List. 39 CtaM 0 9 )ftif-S x RUTH JEAN PHILIPS " I could make a comment but I won ' t " . . . the " Spray Net Kid " or should I have my hair cut? . . . Doctor ' s delight and dramatist ' s dream . . . work, work, work till those eyes are heavy and dim . . . " Where did you get your eyes so blue? " . . . wim, wigor, and Weems . . . " Blessings on him who first invented sleep " . . . " Well — er " . . . and the floods came . . . Drama Major. Choir: Paint and Patches, President; Judicial Board: Chung Mting. NANCY HAWKINS PICKERING The Philosopher . . . million things to do does nothing everything . . . accomplished ... " I like being tall! " . . . practical problem-solver . . . classes??? . . . " Let ' s plan what I ' m going to wear " . . . continually cam- paigning . . . " Banana skin petticoat, I got it on Guam " . . . " But I don ' t have any men! " . . . marathon typing artist, one finger system . . . " Oh yes, we had a long talk in Psych about it. " 40 Psychology Major. Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List: Paint and Patches: News; Tau Phi; Campus Chest Committee; Brambler; Phi Beta Kappa. J ' J ' . ■ x 1c.%ii«ViSS SVS SS,«S■ S»■ SS5flSSR % ♦ • Street Stiat College ELIZABETH TUCKER PIERCE Petticoats and roses . . . " But you all, I don ' t have a Southern accent anymore! " . . . hates to be in a rut . . . " Can you type these three papers before dinner? " . . . " sandwich compliments " . . . Anne Fogarty model . . . " But it will rmn my hair! " . . . aura of Joy ... " How do you knon ' when you ' re in love? " . . . my Cuban prince . . . effervescent efforts . . . always in a twitter . . . hidden genius. Religion Major. Choir. IRIS FAY POTTEIGER " Iroquois " . . . " Nawthing " . . . " What shall I say for my next speech? " . . . business minded . . . thinks, then acts . . . really works at college, but oh, those holidays . . . Mile. Confidante . . . gives constructive and sinc- ere answers to people ' s problems . . . " Do you want to go to Grace ' s? " . . . " May I ha ' e the c.vtra tea? " . . . international intrigue. Economics Major. Choir; Cnrricuhun Committee; Dean ' s List. 41 ClaM off 9 0ifS x MARGARET ANNE ROGERS Popcorn Queen . . . prolific letter writer and receiver . . . " What are you all up to? " . . . always lends a helping hand . . . genuine generosity . . . constantly writing term papers . . . the red couturier suit . . . late hours . . . numerous weekend jaunts to fabulous destinations . . . thoughtful appreciation of music and literature. ) 1 English Major. Nen ' s: Church and Chapel Com- mittee. ' z-V NANCY SALISBURY " Why the Y? " ... a crisp autumn day when the woods are full of color . . . To know her is to love her . . . " Ah, Indiah " . . . with style to match her smile . . . career, huh! . . . inspiration and intense pursuit . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . gentle, generous, and gay . . . She laughs from her toes wherever she goes . . . pure sincerity. A Government Major. Dean ' s List; News; YWCA. President; May Court: Bum Chum: Orientation: Tau Phi: Executive Council. 42 V f■♦, • -: .. «v . Ssviv- iiivy » N.;,xi»«c»M8S«SSSSBB! Street Stiat College FRANCES WOODARD SHANNONHOUSE " Fra " . . . " Her joy and spirit none surpassing, her friendship everlasting. " . . . suave, sophisticated, and sincere . . . always smiling, in a hurry . . . note the hand trailing in the air . . . " This oaper is vile! I just can ' t put my thoughts together. " . . . always has time to chat . . . mother confessor . . . T. S. Eliot ' s most devoted fan . . . Anyone for a fire alarm? . . . interest- ing, intelligent, and indefatigable. English Major. Senior Class, Sec retary: Briar Patch, Business Manager; Handbook and Key, Editor; Board of Publications, Chairman: Aint ' s and Asses; Chung Mung: News; Brambler. OLIVIA JANE SLACK " Suzie " . . . " But I ' ve got to go home and see the furniture. " . . . O Little Town of Bethlehem . . . " Have you seen my purple beads? " . . . " Who will type my bibliography? " ... " I stayed in a HOtel in Ronnoke. " ... A dimple in the chin means a devil within . . . " In my next short story ... " ... What good are the brains without that humor? English Major. Aint ' s and Asses; News; Dean ' s List. 43 OaAA P 9i0ifSix KATHRYN LOUISE SMITH " You all, I ' ve got the GREATEST idea! " . . . crisis after crisis . . . " How can I arrange my schedule with no Saturday classes? " . . . ever present calendar . . . " But I just can ' t go to the math exam until the cards say I ' ll pass " ... 1:30 C.C ... 1:31 asleep ... big blond blade . . . enthusiasm and efficiency plus . . . But Kay, you have 29 dark blue skirts, you just can ' t get another one . . . " Then the world ' s mine oyster which I with sword will open. " American History. Deans List; Manson Memorial Alumnae Scholar; News; Student Government. Treasurer. President; May Court; Tau Phi; Sopho- more Class, Treasurer. ELIZABETH JEAN SMITH Stormy sunshine . . . the class enigma . . . tempestuous poise . . . Despite Thoreau, it is possible to kill time . . . " Sandy ' s dead and buried " . . . Between those lengthy lashes, lies Paradise — and more . . . wine, rain, an open fireplace, and Sartre . . . incomparable in- dividualist . . . continental savoir-faire . . . " hi fi " elegance . . . Southern graciousness. . ' French Major. Freshman Honors; Deans List; junior Year in France; World Affairs Club. Presi- dent; Q. v.; Tau Phi; Emilie Watts McVea Scholar; YWCA Commission Head; Orientation; Phi Beta Kappa. 44 • -4 . ■;..•% «i Kv-«S3i»!l»HSM9S ' S ( ' M. ' St eet Sfiat CplUfe MEREDITH FERGUSON SMYTHE " Meredu " . . . " Shall I cut this class? " . . . " Will someone be here to wake me up in fifteen minutes? " . . . " This IS BOUND TO BE RED LETTER DAY. " . . . just an unclaimed treasure . . . " I ' m not mad, just disappointed. " . . . petticoats a-plenty . . . black beautv ... " I HAVE been to Princeton. " . . . always ready for a good time. English Major. Freshman Honors; Emilie Watts McVea Scholar: Junior Honors: Dean ' s List: Choir: News, Editor: Phi Beta Kappa: Tjk Phi: Ca npH Chest Committee. American History Major. Choir: Aint ' s and Asses: Chung Mung: May Court: Social Committee. NANCY DALTON ST. CLAIR " Listen; you may be allowed To hear my laughter from a cloud . . . " A dime hunter, yet once heard to say, " How can you think of food with all this art around? " . . . wit . . . versatility . . . Sparkling Burgundy . . . heart, head, and feet in clouds that knov - their way to earth . . . whistles Bach in the shower when there ' s no one to hear ... a lover of life, of Left Banks . . . The lass " was ever a rover, loving and laughing and free. " 45 f - - - ClaM off 9i tif-Six KAREN STEINHARDT Karen . . . deep, assured manner, large green eyes, chic, abundance of enthusiasm . . . affinity for mathe- matics and writing . . . always willmg to help others . . . " But you don ' t know what I have to do! " . . . ecstasy after her long distance telephone calls . . . frequent jaunts to Washington ... a finisher, self- controlled, inspiring. Mathematics Major. Dean ' s List; News. ANN EVERETTE STEVENS Breakfast in bed with the newspaper ... " I wouldn ' t marry a man who didn ' t love horses " ... a weakness for knights in shining armor . . . third floor grocery in Grey . . . that Tar Heel drawl . . . " Y ' all come " ... a chapeau from every country . . . glows in the Dark of 21 Academic . . . never worries . . . " Exercise is the best thing in the world for you " . . . down to earth and easy goin ' . 46 Art Major. Choir: Athletic Associatw)}, President: Curriculum Committee: Junior Class, Secretary; Brambler. ' ■ ' ■■■ ji J ' - S u eet Stiat Cclle e i BYRD WIMBERLY STONE ' ' My sword is my strength and laughter is my shield. " . . . Oiseau Pierre . . . " Pass the bread, pass the jelly, pass the butter. " . . . 500 Haymaker shirts . . . " If only art classes met on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. " . . . two birds with one stone . . . " But two hours is long enough for bridge. " . . . " What ' s a martini? " . . . 999 slides to go . . . debutante slouch . . . " There ' s more than one development plan around here. " Art Major. Pamt and Patches; News: Auditorium Fund, Chairman: Personnel Committee. JANE HARRISON STREET Curiosity . . . literary know-how . . . Raggedy Ann and Andy(?) . . . showers for hours . . . " Why? You all please tell me. " . . . " I ' m ready to join a Nunnery! " . . . dreamy eye lashes . . . affinity for red hair . . . basta, basta . . . Browsing Room blues . . . after week- ends: daze for days . . . regal . . . poise, perseverance, and perfection. Religion Major. Freshman Honors; Deans List; Briar Patch, Editor; Choir; News, Business Man- ager; Orientation. 47 V- v ' •- f yj-7ji ' .-:seM«- Aemft»jiieesesia ClaM of 9iftifSix SUSAN TALBURT " Susie " . . . little girl, big stride . . . " I ' m serious, you all, this is the crisis. " . . . captive of Castile . . . petite but deep . . . the day the guppies came to Grey . . . it ' s always fair weather when its Sonnv . . . " Six feet tall and regal, that ' s what I ' ll be. " . . . " I ' m going to fail that test. " . . . A+ . . . Circle of the Sorcerers . . . " All I need is 40,000 and an MG! . . . melancholia por Espana. Spanish Major. Dean ' s List; Junior Year in Spain; May Court Page. MARY MOYLAN THORNTON " Mimi " . . . boo, books, bed . . . amazing ability to think herself into e.xhaustion . . . room kept at high- land temperature . . . genuine love of books . . . that natural look . . . frankness . . . delightful wit . . . contagious laughter . . . sincere and " energetic charac- ter. " English Major. Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List; NSA. Campus Chairman; Orientation; Tan Phi; Junior Year in Scotland; Sophomore Class. Secre- tary; Phi Beta Kappa. 48 Su eet Sflat Cclleae ELLA-PRINCE TRIMMER Born with the gift of laughter . . . " A heart at leisure from itself, to soothe and sympathize " . . . " Where ' s mv Mudger Rabbit? " ... " I think I ' ll go f le slides " . . . DIMPLES . . . afternoons in the cage and nights with Michaelangelo . . . Mooooo! . . . wake-up squad . . . eight o ' clock delivery . . . never too busy to stop and listen . . . You give much and know not that you give at all. Art Major. Deans List; Freshman Class. President; Choir; Q. V.: Judicial Board. Vice-Presiderit; News; Tau Phi; YWCA Cabinet. HELEN TURNER Which Helen? . . . He who wakes the sleeping lion shall be growled at . . . moonlight sailing, a jug of martinis, and " Please tell me — " . . . ability to do many things and still be ahead . . . bermudas, books, and boats . . . tailor-made look . . . " I ' ll die if I can ' t go back to Europe " . . . dignity and a sense of humor without pomposity. Religion Major. Freshman Fionors: Dean ' s List; Junior FFonors; Freshman Class. Vice-President; Judicial Board. Chairman; Student Government, Secretary; College Council; Q. V.; Joint Council; Tau Phi; Aint ' s and Asses; Phi Beta Kappa. 49 ♦ • ay,ui»m-i ClaM 0 9i tifStx DOROTHY JOLLIFFE URNER Cat that swallowed the canary . . . Have you read my newspaper article . . . Cars, columns, and coffee . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . mint juleps . . . " the man worth- while is the one who will smile " . . . " Everything hap- pens to me " . . . " A merry heart malceth a cheerful countenance " . . . dimples . . . " I ' m confused " . . . Little things mean a lot! Psychology Major. Freshman Honors: junior Honors; Dean ' s List; News; Church and Chapel Committee, Treasurer; Auditorium Fund. Treasurer: Tau Phi; YWCA Cabinet; Paint aiid Patches: Orien- tation. . LOUISE ALEXANDER WATSON " Weasie " . . . impish angel . . . " in the twinkling of her eyes " . . . " Boop-boop-de-boop " . . . Witty, wordy, wonderful . . . subtly sensitive to the humor of life . . . " Love and Marriage " . . . monograms . . . " Oh the pain of it all! " . . . mainstay of the Ass meetings . . . perennial knitter and baby sitter . . . cute sophistication and charm . . . LAF-AY-ETTE! . . . typing her way to Fort Benning and Don . . . nightly letter, nighty, and ring . . . delightful darling of the down-and-outs. Sociology Major. News; Aint ' s and Asses. 50 ' :::. Sii eet fiat Ccllefe ■•i ANNE RUFFNER WILLIS Tweeds, shetland sweaters, and monograms . . . " Thee and me; this, that, and the other thing. " . . . " You know " . . . " Boston runs to brains as well as to beans and brown bread " . . . Energy, efficiency, and en- thusiasm . . . the flats may fall but the laugh beats all . . . the soul of generosity . . . " Let us eat and drink — " . . . 1000 test tubes to be washed . . . Home on the range. European History Major. Freshman Honors; Deans List; Choir; Pamt and Patches. Secretary, Vice-President; Athletic Association. Secretary; 1 an Phi; Orientation; Phi Beta Kappa. HELEN BALDWIN WOLFE " Which Helen? " . . . Bertram . . . skirted lady . . . dodo birds, doodads, and drug store toys . . . name tags, ribbons, and cheese crackers . . . " Save the World and Fill the Campus Chest " . . . " Nobody ever asks me to do anything except make sandwiches and posters " . . . Summer tour to Europe? the Near East? or will it be Alaska? . . . " pure intellect will find pure pleasure. " Religion Major. Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Q.V.; Judicial Board; 1 au Phi; Campus Chest. Chairman; Social Committee; Orientation. 51 f v 52 r ♦ ♦ Left to Right: Fitzgerald, President; Duffield, Vice-President; Ballard, Secretary; Marks, Treasurer. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The familiar chant, " We Are Maidens, Innocent and Pure, " introduces, without further ado, the Junior Class of ' 57. With the light-hearted capture of our wonderful bench, we charged head-long into preparation for our " Candy Cane " Christmas Bazaar. Those hand-wrought candy canes and that lovely pine; who could recognize Commons? All along, vast planning for " our " yearbook was under way, and loud cries of " turn in your annual pictures " and " let ' s meet that write-up deadline " kept us racing. We had a full year with our new major subjects, fire drills, lectures, fire drills, class projects, and fire drills. Our frantic year drew to a magnificent close at the Junior Class Banquet where we received our rings. Now as we sit here on our bench, polishing our new rings, our thoughts and e " es turn to higher goals as we prepare to mount the " Golden Steps. " 53 f ' -. ' if ■ 4 $ ■ii y.r . ' . yAi ' ASfllittiiitai The Juhhf ClaM ■«ii.»i Jaquelin Ambler Sophie Ann Ames Barbara Baker Monica Florence Ballard Florence Morse Barclay Alice Diehl Barnes Helena Bauer Jane Best Priscilla Bowdle Jane Campbell Anna Chao Marie Arnold Chapin 54 0 i tifSei eH Frances Ann Childress Elizabeth Ann Churbuck Nancy Crone Virginia Carter Donnan Diane Duffield Barbara Falge Jeanne Fenrick Jane Parrish Fitzgerald Elaine Floyd Betty Maxine Folmar Suzanne Gipson Nancy Ellen Godwin - AN f 4 r ■•-v- ■7 55 iiHMlHiHHHHi The JuHht Cia J Joan Grafmueller Sydney Stradley Graham Anne Gwinn Dagmar Camilla Halmagyi Joan Frederica Harjes Elizabeth Haskell Gail Haugan June Judith Heard Charlotte Seabury Heuer Barbara Day Hooker Betty Hunt Eleanor Saynor Johnson 56 c i tifSeiJeH Patricia Johnson Page Kelly [can Patricia Lawson Margaret Elizabeth Liebert Helen Nannette McBurney Mary Therese McCarrick Marguerite Hodnett McDaniel Carol Young McMurtry Virginia Maries Frances May Barbara Ann Medert Stella Mitchell Moore 57 .-• ♦ J, i J TIte JuHhf ClaM Betty Louise Murden Elaine Ann Newton Frances Joy Peebles Janet Wilson Pehl Helene Perry Joanne Hoskins Raines Anne Golding Richardson Eleanor Jane Ritter Diana Maury Robin Sue Roth Judith Meade Ruffin Margery Nixon Scott 58 H 9i tifSeiIeH Mary Carolyn Scott Christine Rachel Smith Mary Landon Smith Susan Ann Smith Emily Dunlop Stenhouse Ehza Spurr Stevens Sandra Dianne Stingily Carolyn Etta Swift Barbara Anne TetzlafF Katherine Scott Tilghman Mary Anne ' an Dervoort Priscilla Alden Yermooten 59 ♦ j i8gi «iifiaTtrmwii;B»saaaB Siigi5 a The JuHtcf CiaM Mabel Louise Wallace Mary Oliver Webb Virginia Bishop Weed Ann Carroll Weitzel Carolyn Ann Westfall Marjorie Ann Whitson Natalie Staff Wittich 60 JUNIORS ABROAD FRANCE DOROTHY DUNCAN SUSAN RAGLAND ROBERTA MALONE HELEN SMITH LIS MdlilON MARY ANNE WILSON PAGE PHELPS JANE RATHER SCOTLAND ITALY V. ELAINE KIMBALL JANE PINCKNEY MARYLEW COOPER KITH ELLEN GREEN SPAIN STUDENTS FROM ABROAD KAY DIANE MOORE YUNG SIN LEE 61 ANN TRAIN K)M n E I.KCIIAVELLIKK .♦{ • Mill I i iiiiii »iiiiri ' iWiW i (ii» i iiiti ff i ii i i iiiii ptt ilili rt ii JM jiSSSmmSBa BmSmBmSBBSSBBm 62 - " ' •♦•♦■. 1 First Row, Left to Right: Brown, L., Vice-President; Smith P., Secretary; Second Ron : Parker, V., President: Davis, S., Treasurer. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sitting in the middle of our Sophomore wall, with two vears behind us and two years before us, we look alternately to the past and to the future. With laughter and rueful bruises, we remember the struggle with the Funny Freshmen over the hitching post and the welcomed breakfast afterwards at the Date Flouse. We remember our wild excitement when the Bum Chums were tapped and when the Q.V.s were announced at spring step-singing. We remember the long weeks, the hard work, and the wonderful fun of preparing for May Day, and we feel again that same triumphant glow which came when the weekend was over. At graduation we said goodbye to our sister class and began to make our own plans for the coming year. We have conquered the traditional Sophomore Slump, and now, as somewhat " wiser fools, " we choose our major subjects with an outlook toward our futures. 63 Scpkomcfe Cia J Jill Anderson Aphrodite Anthony Mollie Bain Archer Peggy Jo Arduser Patricia May Ashby Sarah Austen Barbara Jean Bagg Joan Bates Baggs Margaret Gotten Bayne Cornelia Irene Bear Evangeline Iredell Bell Judith Milligan Bell Gisela Anne Benecke Olivia Proctor Benedict Sarah Benton Polly Benson June Berguido Joan Wright Black Julie Ravenel Boothe Helen Lee Brown Mary Lane Bryan Floride Dwight Buchanan Mary-Louise Burelle Helen Upson Burkett 64 r» ♦.,♦. ♦ •••.« o i tif-Cifkt Stephanie Butan Sally Ann Byers Eleanor Johnson Cain Susan Gordon Calhoun Claire Penn Cannon Alexandra Carpenter Ruth Berrien Carpenter Susan Jeanette Chapin Dianne Falconer Chase Emma Elizabeth Coggeshall Elizabeth Colburn Catherine Lee Cooper Anne Balfour Couchman Julia Olive Craig Dorothy Lynn Crosby Susan Hunt Davis Susan Randolph Day Carolyn Dennis Dana Dewey Elaine Dies Beatrice Ann Dodd Helene Kempton Dunn Marietta Eggleston Sandra Albright Elder 65 ♦ • " . ' immsmmmeamBsmmtsBm oplimo e ClaM Alice Eller Barbara Chetwood Elliott Mary Ely Katherine Epsen Elizabeth Matilda Fairfield Myrna Fielding Nancy Carlene Floyd Ruth Elizabeth Frame Elizabeth Lee Gallo Mabelle Moseley Garrard Myrna Gail Godshall Judith Louise Graham Julia Thompson Green Virginia Madison Griffin Judith Lee Gross Carol Grisham Hall Ina Robbins Hamilton Nancy Hawbaker Cornelia Falconnet Hayley Catherine Newcomb Hill Marcia Dunsmore Hill Barbara von Hoffman Eleanor Rose Humphreys Pamela Hallett Hyatt M ' ? iff»-% ( Marv Peagram Johnson Suzanne Louise K ' Burg Judith Campbell Kingman Edith Windholz Knapp Julie Ann Langie Annie Laurie Lanier Waldo Latham Maude Winhorne Leigh Jean Lindsay Mary Louise Lineberger Jaqueline Anne Littell Cornelia Bonney Long Celia Sue Loving Shirley Anne McCallum Barbara Elaine McClancy Carol McClave Ann McCullough Julia Crenshaw McCullough Elizabeth Hayward McCutchc Carolyn Judith Mclvor Linda Bear MacPherson Ruth Ann Mackie Marian Hamilton Martin Emma Henry Matheson 67 - , .:f,-f. S tihcm fe ClaM Elizabeth Paxton Meats Peninah Alice Meighan Nancy Macys Milan Elizabeth Armistead Moore Lynne Morris Margaret Theresa Mozur Camilla Beatrice Mueller Jessie Kenan Myers Florence Rush Nance June Ray Neighbors Roberta Joan Nelson Violet McArthur Nelson Ethel Hunter Ogden Jane Frances Ottley Jane Elizabeth Oxner Valeria Nell Parker Evelyn Wendlebo Petersen Elizabeth Herbert Pender Patricia Ann Pevear Alice Meta Pfister Betty Anne Phillips Ann Barksdale Plumb Lynn Irene Prior Margaret Ann Richey %■» ■» ■■«»» .■ 68 ' ■ " Hu c 9i0ii-Cif t Betsy Alden Robinson Mary Ellen Sample Caroline Bryan Sauls Eula Elaine Schuster Adele Gerard Scott Lois Seward Margaret Elizabeth Shannon Gertrude Weber Sharp Martha Jane Shipman Betty Rae Sivalls Elizabeth Dana Smith Margaret Overton Smith Polly Monroe Smith Stephanie Hope Sparger Katherine Peyton Spencer Jerre McKee Sprague Diane Davenport Stafford Eleanor Armstrong St. Clair Patronella Ann Sykes Marsha Taliaferro Annette Beedy Tatlow Ann Tanner Taylor Mary Willis Taylor Julia Roseberry Thomas vj m f V -4 jajg- -aasaaw aqiwaaigMiiiffiliriiirilliir S iikcmfe ClaM Marian Winter Thorington Langhorne Lewis TuUer Virginia Carole Tyson Betty Berkeley Waddell Mary Ann Ward Edith Ann Watkins Mary Jane Weed Amelia Duncan White Patricia Anne Williams Winifred Elyn Winter Letha Donaldson Wood Dorothy Venning Woods Lila McGehee Wrape Dorothy Jane Wyatt Janet Miller Wynn Shirley Ann Zick Mary Kent Zimmerman ■ ♦•♦•. ••• -V ■■• jsSSSsssSBSmmm WliPlliMlllllWTfWil -. 72 ' ■♦•♦ ' Left to Right: Lowe, I., Secretary; Bush, P., Vice-President; Duke, E., President; Farmer, A., Treasurer. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS " Class of ' 39 is the class we ' re in. And we ' re proud to be the Class of " 59 " ' So sang the " Tar Babies, " loudly and lustily, at their first step-singing last fall. That was only the beginning. Days flew by: days filled with fun — the hitching post battle, big week- ends, bridge in Commons; days filled with study — hours in the library, those first " imp)ossible " " quizzes; days filled with class activities — step-singing, the turtle race booth at the Bazaar, our issue of the Sweet Briar News, the Freshman Show. New friends, new ideas, new experiences all belonged to us as new girls. But gradually we weren ' t new girls. We became Sweet Briar girls. Sweet Briar friends. Sweet Briar ideas, and Sweet Briar experiences were ours. 73 • •■ ss: ' M : (f? ■ B ps fe hmeh Cta J ■r- f. ■f ' Lucy Alexander Sarah Elaine Allison Houston Andrews Johanna Armbrecht Sally Armfield Erna Gail Arnold Jean-Lamont Barker Sarah Catherine Beattie Jana Bekins Sarah Bertelsen Beverly Birchfield Caroline Blake Rachel Bok Mary Bolton Joanne Bossert Mary Kathleen Boyd Elizabeth Brawner Judith Ann Brean Marcia Jane Brown Catherine Brownlee Ethel Bruner Victoria Buckingham Martha Ann Burnet Patricia Ann Bush Dede Bussan Vivian Butler Mary Lucia Carozza Dorothy Ann Carter Caroline Caswell Elizabeth Chambers Patricia Louise Chandler Mary Chen Helen Diane Clark Elizabeth Colwill Margaret Cook Mary Cooke Joanne Corriero Patricia Coxe Elizabeth Crump Patricia Ann Davis r ♦. V •♦ ;♦ H ' 0f- f ' Joanne Derrickson Claire Evelyn Devener Sally Dobson Melanie Carroll Dorsey Diane Doscher Joanne Dougherty Elizabeth Duke Jane Cannon Duncan Deborah Jean Dunning Mary Snowden Durham Ann Eagles Alice Carey Farmer Marilyn Farquhar Donna Susan Ferris Ann Fisher Cornelia Fitzgerald Judith Franklin Patricia Frawley Lucy Elizabeth Frost Catherine Frowery Ann Fulenwider Courtney Gibson Susan Anne Glass Caroline Green Nancy Grubb Ann Elizabeth Gumaer Catherine Guy Mary Suzanne Hafer Katherine Hagerty Sally Brown Hale Mary Handy Jacqueline Gay Hart Jane Hawkins Patricia Diana Hawn Jacqueline Hekma Harriet Henderson Pamela Henry Karen Herschbach Susan Hight Nina Hopkins C ' i t 75 » ■nnn y ■4 ■sA. m T ' fej tmeh ClaM Ann Hufendick Gertrude Jackson Jane Helena Jamison Sarah Jane Jay-Smith Patricia Amy Johnson Elizabeth Johnston Virginia Ann Jones Nona Jordan Shelia Kerlin Jane Ann Kroeger Sandra Sarah LaStaiti Margaret Lawrence Elizabeth Letzerich Barbara Lewis Roberta Lee Lohnes Isa Mary Lowe Joan Luke Marjorie McCollum Janet Fauntleroy McKenny Aminta Sorrel Mackall Virginia MacKethan Virginia Lee Marchant Eloise Marshall Katherine Ely Martin Robbie Cecile Martin Sally Burnett Martin Kathleen Mather Sarah Frances Maylield Dorothy lilges Mayer Victoria Ann Meeks Elizabeth Meyerinck Priscilla Ann Milburn Lizora Miller Mary-Donna Miller Juanita Mixson Dorothy Daniel Moore Evelyn Hanes Moore Jane Ryland Moore Eleanor Morison Alice Morris 76 i OiitH-tm Sarah Jane Murdock Virginia Grace Nassib Judy Nevins Alice Fleming Parker Aline Payne Marcia Payne Mary Picton Payne Ann Frederick Pegram Susan Jane Perry Suzanne Pohl Rcvv Price Elsie Prichard Cay Ramey X ' irginia Anne Ramsey Nan Fletcher Reed Debora von Reischach Virginia Robinson Naomi Rosenbloom Betsy Ann Salisbury Barbara Sampson Nancy Hall Samworth Prudence Sandifer Joan Schladermundt Mary Blair Scott Katheryn Sell Ann Court Smith Elizabeth Margaret Smith Gretchen Smith Judith Sorley Sally Ann Southack Elizabeth Space Valerie Stoddard Linda Sturgeon Mary Lee Taggard Susan Taylor Frances Tabb Thornton Nina Cooper Thornton Sara Susan Thrall Susan Timberlake Mary Kathryn Todd 71 y. I ,. it T f} -J " ) % n ■• , Q, ' 3 77 f - " iok Kirw Es I .laBk J.iRirjMi ilpaaktHiB y eAnieh ClaM Carol Ann Turnbull Alice Kathleen Tyler Dorothy Ulf Catherine Marie Watjen Julie Christian Watts Judith Aline Welton Ann Camilla Wimbish Jane Edith Winje Alice Isabel Wood Lucia Woods Mary Ola Woolsey Halcia Ann Young NOT PICTURED Ann Hearin, Barbara Elaine Kelly, Mary Deborah O ' Brien, Ruth Weaver. 78 •♦ ■» - » V v , , $ 0-r » • f f -f- -; »g ;ifeiig i»( « ' 8:i«? ' ' « af aj W " ♦ ♦ f ♦ • ♦ (ItUeticJ TftiJ t ' J hcuf it ua . . . • ♦ % ♦ ♦ ' ' - :X ' " " : T f i it u . . . From left to right: Sophie Ames, Treasurer; Anna Chso, Secretary ; AnnStevens, Presidenl. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Over the past fifty years, Sweet Briar College has promoted good health, individual skill, fun and relaxation through the organized activities of its Athletic Association. The ideal location and excellent instructors and equipment have helped the association to achieve its aims and to offer to each student opportunities for an active outdoor and indoor life. There are two hockey fields with another one m the making, one lacrosse field, six tennis courts, an archery range, and three riding rings. The gymnasium is used for numerous indoor sports: basketball, dance, volley ball, ping pong, badminton, and squash. The Cabin on Paul ' s Mountain is always accessible for overnight trips or for afternoon hikes. The Lake and the Boathouse are open in the fall and spring for swimming and boating. This year the Athletic Association has continued to increase participation by having inter-class competition, between the Odds consisting of the Juniors and Freshmen and the Ends consisting of the Seniors and Sophomores. This competi- tion is continued throughout the year in all sports. In February, Rally night was held and in May everyone enjoyed Sweet Briar ' s annual Gala Night. Both these events are shared by faculty and students. Awards are given out at those times by the Executive Committee of the Association to those students who possess skill and exhibit good work and enthusiasm in athletics. The awards are seals, medals, and blazers. The end of the year brought the traditional Lake Day with its swimming competitions. At Gala Night the new presi- dent of the Athletic Association and the Executive Board were installed in office. HOCKEY Before the fall season officially starts, the enthusiasm for hockey can be seen in the girls who are on the fields improving their stickwork or playing game s. This year class teams and the Odd and Ends teams were chosen early in the fall. Girls who are interested also try out for the varsity and reserve teams. These teams practice three times a week and many attend an optional stickwork class which is held once a week. This fall, games were played with Westhampton, Madison, HoUins, Randolph-Macon, Campus Characters, Roanoke College, and Lynchburg College. Some of the best players were chosen to compete in the Blue Ridge Tournament which was held at Hollins. From those participating in this tournament, teams were chosen to represent western Virginia at the Southeast Tournament in November. Sweet Briar was also represented at the National Tournament which was held over Thanksgiving in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The varsity and reserve hockey matches for the ' 5 ' ?- ' 56 season were as follows: VARSITY S.B.C 3; Campus Characters 2 S.B.C 4; Randolph-Macon S.B.C 2; Hollins 2 S.B.C 0; Westhampton 3 S.B.C 4; Madison 1 RESERVE S.B.C 2; Lynchburg 1 S.B.C 1; Roanoke 2 S.B.C 0; Campus Characters 3 ..... ■ -ti.-if : ;. K. ' ;. . In. Ill kit t.. i, ;lu: 1 iiiMim-r, (,;;• , I.. A ' ... ' ' 1 ,,,.,.. : i ,:.,. , .;,; ,; .-,■,.,. I .:„.:.:., ' .... ' ■.■ ; ■• ' - • " ■ . . ' •!., ' Ron . from left to right: Millor, Ihornion, T " .. Scott, M.. Ballard, Harjcs, 1 etzlatf, UuHicId, Meigham, W ood. A.. Scott, M. B. I hird Row, from left to right: Davis, Graham, J., Hekma, Brean, Lineberger, Johnson, P., Ogden, Weaver, Franklin, Johnson, M. P., Payne, Field- ing. Not Pictured: Lenz, Rosenblootn, Von Hoffman. 85 ' ' , .-.•. . ■iiiifff-A ' .C ' a .iiax f iii - isK a, ■ 5 " ' r ' - tirst Ron, Left to Right: Wrape, Wallace, L., May, Chapin, TetzlafF, Smith, P. Second Ron : Harjes, Lindsey, Benton, Von Hoffman. RIDING COUNCIL The Riding Club this year has been very busy with a large number of Sweet Briar students riding throughout the three seasons. The Fall Horsemanship Classes and the Bedford Horse Show gave students a chance to exhibit first class perform- ances. A Joint Hunt with Bedford and a Point to Point Hunt in December promoted much enthusiasm as the fall season came to a close. Under the guidance of Mr. Clayton E. Bailey, the Sweet Briar Hunt had an extremely successful season. In February, Sweet Briar riders enjoyed a four-day program conducted by Captain Vladimir S. Littauer. In the spring, the Spring Horsemanship Classes, the Bedford Spring Horse Show, and the Sweet Briar Hunter Horse Show were held with Sweet Briar students demonstrating a competitive and sportsmanlike spirit. The Blaclcwell Challenge Trophy and the " 52 " cup as well as other traditional trophies were awarded at the various Sweet Briar shows. After-hunt supper parties and teas are now held in the new social room at the Stables, which students decorated and painted themselves. 86 ♦ ♦ DANCE Dance at Sweet Briar is essentially modern dance. There are three divisions of the Dance Club: Tanz Zirlcel, for inter- ested beginners; Dance Group, for more advanced members; and Choreography, where techniques and creativity are combined in student compositions. The Dance Club holds try-outs several times throughout the year; everyone interested in belonging to the Club is urged to try out, and promotions within the clubs are made as the dancers improve. New members are announced after auditions in the fall and the spring. A spring recital illustrates the talents of the members in expression, in technique, and in choreographing their own dances. The dances choreographed and given in honor of the May Queen are another project of the Club. These follow the theme of May Day and are performed in the dell before the Court. The dance schedule is always very crowded, not only with the student recital and demonstrations on campus, but with occasional programs off campus. The Club often has the opportunity to sponsor visiting performers and to take part in master lessons given by members of the company. This year the Ryder-Franlcel Dance Drama Company gave a master lesson and performance. First Ron, from left lo right; I a lor. A., lurden, Ainhoii , Newton, Davis, lily. Heard. Second Hon, from left to right; McBurney, Halmagyi, Gallo, Ottley, Pierce, Djerf, Chase, CoKgeshall, Long, Cain, Garrard. Third Ron from left to right: Caldwell, Dennis, Eggles- ton, Pehl, Mcars. VlcCallum, Doolan, Sharp, Buckingham, Loving, White, Leigh, Hyatt, Buxton. 87 t- , :fyV i jz: iwj iaes . TENNIS Tennis is a very popular sport at Sweet Briar, especially in the spring, although a good deal of playing is done in the early fall. In addition to ladders and tournaments among classes, there is a varsity that is chosen to play matches with other schools including Westhampton, William and Mary, Randolph-Macon, Lynchburg College, Bridgewater, and Hol- lins. The match with Hollins is olayed on the courts at the Homestead Hotel in Hot Springs. There are five hard courts and two clay courts on the campus available for matches or just playing for fun. In the spring a tennis coach of outstand- ing caliber comes to Sweet Briar to conduct a tennis clinic for beginners, intermediates, and advanced. Front, Left to Right: Fackiner, Captain Anderson, MacKethan, Moore, Coxe, Woods, Lcnz, Meeks. I i First Rou, Left lo Right: Brean, Eggleston, Chao, Bear. Second Row: Ballard, Moore, Ogden, Calhoun, Duffield. Third Ron: Berguido, Coxe, Best, Meeks, Ritter, Caldwell, Morrison. BASKETBALL Varsity basketball had a very exciting year with a team that showed a great deal of coordination and spirit. Games were scheduled with Roanoke College, Hollins, William and Mary, Westhampton, and Madison. The season was highlighted by Odd and End competition and class games. 88 ♦ .; v» LACROSSE Firft ?o» , Left to Right; Franklin, Graham, Ta lor, lirean. t-to ij Kou : Barclay, Fielding, Ames, Lindse , Shannon. I liird Ron: Martin, Lewis, Ogden, Chao, Berguido, Benson. If you have lots of energy and are fleet of foot, then lacrosse is the game for you. This year games were planned for the spring season with William and Mary, Hollins, and Southern Seminary. An Odd-End game in the fall brought out beginners as well as varsity members. Great spirit and cooperation were present in all games and practices. SOFTBALL Softball is strictly an intramural sport, and from early spring until the end of school, members of all classes flock to the West Dell to play in Odd-End games or to cheer for their respective teams. The winning team in the campus tournament is always treated to a party. The faculty-student game, which is always full of surprises, provides enjoyment for everyone. FI.O ni tllANAN 89 • ■• , ' %:: ;: ,-v ; t .»i aMSiyt!a THE LAKE Whether it be spring or fall, the Lake ' s the place where one can go for swimming, sun bathing, boating, or canoe paddling. For parties and relaxation, the Boathouse is inviting and loads of fun throughout the year. So . . . come on down to the Lake! NANCIE HOWE THE CABIN " Let ' s get a group and go to the Cabin one night just to relax and forget all books. " That is the cry every fall and spring when everyone feels the desire to sit before a warm fire, cooking steaks, and reminiscing about old times with friends before dropping off to sleep in the warm comfortable bunk. DIANE DUFFIELD KIM McMURTKY ARCHERY Fair weather or foul, spring or fall, future Robin Hoods can be seen practicing their art. This spring Sweet Briar en- tered the National Archery Tournament. Skilled or un- skilled, the opportunity for participation is only a bow ' s length away. DIANNE CHASE, SUE CLAY GAMES Anyone for ping-pong, volleyball, badminton, or squash? These four fun games are offered in the winter. In addition, there are Odd-End games, faculty-student competition, and class rivalry. Also games may be taken as a winter sport. The gym is always open during the winter for girls and faculty to try their hand in one of the above sports. 90 ♦■■ " ♦ - t VI ' -i M-; . A - fcj 91 92 , , . • ■» ' . -. ActiHitk TkU U k u it u a6 . . . yhU U hcu it U . . . STUDENT Finl Ron . Left to Right: Woods, D., Prior, Lotterhos, Vice-President: Smith, K., President; Parker, V., Gilbert. Second Row, Salisbury, N., RItter, Treasurer; Sinith, IVI. L., Secretary; Third Row: Bowdle, Thornton, M., Pannell. Fourth Row: Stevens, A.. Johnson, S., Eggleston, Montgomery. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL As a result of a student petition submitted to the faculty in 1906, Sweet Briar College students were granted the priv- ilege of self-government. Since that time, the Student Government Association has been the embodiment of each student ' s individual acceptance and zealous pursuit of the responsibilities such an Association requires. The powers of the Association are vested in three capacities: legislative, executive, and judicial. The legislative powers are vested in the Association as a whole which has jurisdiction over all regulations falling within the student sphere of au- thority. The executive powers are vested in the Executive Council which makes and interprets rules, conducts polls and elections, and coordinates campus activities. Faculty and students are brought together by College Council meetings in both executive and judicial capacities. The main purpose of the Executive Council stems from the desire to make the whole system of campus life more meaningful and smoothly operative. This desire embraces every Sweet Briar student. In its 1955-56 program, the Execu- tive Council, an integrative force in the life, opportunities, and experiences that Sweet Briar grants us, has attempted a correlation with the educative purpose of our being here. It has placed renewed emphasis on a greater number of in- formal faculty-student discussions. It has encouraged students to supplement academic interests with extra-curricular activities to the end hope that both, in combination, will better enable the acceptance of individual responsibility so nec- essary in post-college years. ' ■•«!•,♦• ir GOVERNMENT JUDICIAL BOARD The judicial powers of the Student Government Association are vested in the Judicial Board which safe guards the Honor System on which tlic Association is founded. The aim of the Judicial Board is to interpret and make understood the Honor Svstem. all the while placing extreme emphasis on the fact that it is not only an Honor System, but a great deal more. It is a way of life. The Judicial Board renews its purposes each year. However, it operates through an unchanging policy which em- phasizes " more honor and less system. " Always, Judic essays to educate the individual and the community in a full understanding of the reasons behind the rules as well as the rules themselves. Penalties are " reminders " and are assigned, only after careful study of an individual ' s case, according to her iust deserts. Whereas the Executive Council emphasizes the over all spirit of the Association, the Judicial Board practically applies this spirit by way of the regulations. The Honor System applies to every phase of college life, and in the honor pledge, which every student signs, is embodied the most concrete expression of our obligations in maintain:ng the high standard of honor which prevails here: " 1 pledge upon my honor to assume individual responsibility for the honor system of Sneet Briar. In accept- ing this responsibility I pledge my best effort to make the highest ideal of honor prevail at Sweet Briar: I prom- ise to report myself for any of my infractions of the Sweet Briar regulations, and to ask others to report them- selves for any of their infractions if I am not certain that they have done so. " iVar.J. I fit to Right: C.ilhmin, (.li.in ;, luriuT, 7ii;i " iu " . Gcdwin. Cjiisgenhcimcr. Standing: Halmag i, Raines, Lcibert, Bcrsuido, Trimmer. 97 n.. Y. W. CABINET Seated, from left to right: Baker, Broman, Salisbury, President; Weitzel, Donnan, Urner, Van Dervoort. Standing, from left to right: Hunt, Hicklin, McDaniel, Ogden, Irvin, Galleher, Westfall. Not pictured: Julia McCullough. Left to Right: Galleher, Social Responsibility; Irvin, Christian Faith and Heritage; Hicklin, World Relatedness; McDaniel, Personal Growth. COMMISSION HEADS 98 C. A. ORIENTATION COMMITTEE The Sweet Briar Y.W.C.A. seeks to achieve the goal of the National Y.W.C.A., " To unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. " All students receive automatic memhership into this organiza- tion. The " Y " Cabinet with representatives from every class meets every other week and takes charge of executing plans. The campus and community program of the Y.W.C.A. is centered on problems of vital concern to students as respon- sible Christian members of the Community. Each of the classes maintains a project to assist in underprivileged schools in the Amherst area. The four Commissions — World Relatedness, Christian Faith and Heritage, Personal Growth, and So- cial Responsibility — meet once a month to discuss problems of common interest, and in these discussions attempt to apply Christianity to all phases of life. Members of Orientation welcome new and foreign students and help to guide them through the first weeks and months of life at Sweet Briar. Sunday evening vespers and Wednesday evening dorm devo- tionals, which are conducted by students, are a meaningful pause for spiritual growth. A three day Religious Emphasis Program this year was a very valuable experience in Christian growth for the entire community. First Ron. Left to Right: Van Dcrvoort, Tatlow, Meade, Stingily. Sivalls, Cain, S kcs. Second Ron : Rii;lu , StatTord. Ardiisir. W esifall, Head, Graham, J., Davis, S., Chase, Scott, C, Oxnor, Day. Third Ron: Tuller, Carpenter, R., Carpenter, A.. Dodd. Mackie. Ambler, Hall, Chao, McBurncy, Bear, Smith, M. L., Johnson, M., Matheson, Taylor, M., Sauls. I ' onrlh Ron: Scott, A., Smith, E. D., Robinson, B., Hawbaker, Martin, M., Brown, L., Mueller, Leigh, Shipman. 99 TAU PHI Tau Phi is an upperclass honorary society, founded for the purpose of uniting the highest ideals of the academic tradition with those of Sweet Briar Hfe. The members be- Keve that the stimulation that comes with learning is more meaningful through sharing; thus, besides encouraging in- terest in the various lectures and concerts throughout the year, the club endeavors to bring interesting and contro- versial questions to the college through faculty-student dis- cussions. Tau Phi ' s other activ- ities include packing baskets at Christmas for the farm help and selling sandwiches in the dorms, with the proceeds going to the Auditorium Fund. First Ron, from left to right: St. Clair, N., Chang, Giiggenht ' imer, Lotterhos, President; Hunt, Turner, Urner. Second Ron, froin left to right: Halmagyi, Montgomery, Salisbury, N., Wolfe, Thornton, M., Willis. Third Row, from left to right: Liebert, Gilbert, Smith, E., Trimmer, Bowdle. Fourth Ron ' , from left to right, Pickering, Smith, K. CHUNG MUNG " Around the corner at ole ' Sweet Briar " is the chant of this group of sheet-clad seniors and juniors. Chosen for their sincere interest in Sweet Briar and for participation in com- munity activities, the ghostly thirteen sponsor an auction in the fall during the Campus Chest drive, aid the Auditori- um Fund, collect clothes to be sent to Europe, and in the spring present their annual fashion show. The purpose of Chung Mung is to foster a spirit of enthusiasm toward Sweet Briar and its traditions. The Softball game between the Chung Mungs and the Tau Phis, traditionally held on May Day morning, represents the culmination of the friendly rivalry existing between these societies. First Row, from left to right: Lawson, Ballard, Lenz, Philips, Johnson, S., Duffield. Back Ron-, from left to right: Shannonhousc, Cooper, H., Candler, President; Greer, Smythe, Pannell, Brown, P. 100 Q. V. The Q.V. ' s arc members of the sophomore class, elected by secret class ballot in the fall. Their purpose is two-fold. First, they try to encourage enthusiasm in all phases of college life so that each sophomore will look forward with anticipation to her re- maining years at Sweet Briar. Second, they try to make each individual aware of her responsibility to participate in class activities not only in the sophomore year but through- out her college career. The names of the members of Q.V. are not announced until spring step-singing because it is felt that they can work far more effectively if they work quiet- ly- First Ron: Day; Parker, V.; Leigh; McCulloiigh, J.; S.mls; Berguido. Second Row: Buchanan; Eggles- ton; Calhoun; Chase; Ogden; Martin, M. BUM CHUMS ' ■. " Jy - ' V - From left to right: Haskell, Folniar, Stingley, Peebles, Ritter, Lawson, President; Raines, Barcia) , Ambler. The song " The Bum Chums are coming, Hurray! Hurray! " reflects the good humor and enthusiasm of this group of juniors as they march through the dorms of Sweet Briar tapping their new members the night after spring step-singing. The " notorious ten, " armed with energy and ingenious ideas, show genuine interest in all phases of college life. Their philanthropic activities in- clude working as monitors for the March of Dimes in Am- herst, sponsoring the Blood- mobile, supporting one char- itable project a year, and cleaning up the Date House. They also put on their famed Holiday Inns at Christmas and in the spring. In short, by mixing fun and fiscal profits, they prove that philanthropy need not be solemn. lot - • PAINT AND PATCHES By way of a varied and interesting repertoire, Paint and Patches has sought to achieve its purpose. The club has endeavored " to entertain and to educate " both its audiences and its amateur participants. In the fall, the black and white illusions of Tennessee Williams ' contemporary drama, " The Glass Menagerie, " envel- oped Fletcher stage. With the bleakness of January came the hilarious, satiric realism of Claire Luce ' s com- edy, " The Women. " Finally, in March, the season ' s curtain was brought down on the lyric, rhetorical antiquitism of Sophocles ' tragedy, " Antigone. " Under the guidance of Dr. Freeman, the actresses and technical crews tried to learn and present historical as well as personal ideas of the theatre. Each play was a lesson in acting, an attempt at good technical de- vices, and a frantic struggle, all of which went to prove that " There ' s no business like show business. " Fir$t Ron-, Left to Right: Smith, S., Willis, Phillips, President; Harjes. Second Row: Ames, Stone, Hunt, L., Montgomery, Pickering, Broman, Godwin, Urner. Third Row: Clay, Lauter, Brown, P., Dr. Freeman, Guggcnheimer, Howe, Marks. 102 Sealed, Letf to Right: Grafmueller, Turner, McCullough, J., Jackson, J., I he lllustrioui One; Pannell, Lotterhos. Second Ron: Barclav, Buchanan, Watson, Raines, Lenz, Shannonhouse, Echols. Standing, Left to Right: Slack, Smythe, Duffield, Oxner, Stingily, Haskill, Fitzgerald. AINTS AND ASSES A shrill from an unknown whistle — lusty voices singing " There ' s a long, long tail a ' hanging and it is inky and black ... " and Sweet Briarites know the Aints and Asses are cavorting. These twentv-one lasses indulge in satirizing every phase of community life from the illustrious dramatic productions to the Freshman Fashion Show and the Sweat Brow Blues; even the May Court is not spared. Unfettered as they are by any conventions of propriety and subtlety when staging an original production, the sole aim of each and every member is to keep the morale of the students high and all they ask in return is — a smile. The criterion for membership in this organization, besides the ability to keep people off the grass, is a sparkling wit and glowing sense of humor because it was for their " poisonality that they was picked. . . 103 fr -- ' - - - SOCIAL COMMITTEE Experienced in the art of bidding dates goodnight, let it be said that this committee never lacks for subjects or for situations upon which to prac- tice its techniques. Besides be- ing adept at light-blinking and dropping not-so-casual re- minders that " the last bell has rung, " the members of the committee act as guardians of every Sweet Briar girl in her responsibility to uphold stand- ards of dress and demeanor in all phases of social living. These active lassies also put on the Midwinter dances and act as the floor committee for all Sweet Briar dances. Their work is done in conjunction with the Dean ' s Office and the Executive Council. Bottom to Top: Taylor, M., Smythe, Chase, Cooper, H., Montgomery, Chairman: Hicklin, Barclay, Galle- hcr, Candler, McCullough, Parrish, Irvin, Leigh, Folmar, Scott, M., Duffield, Stingily. PERSONNEL COMMITTEE Post graduation and sum- mer job opportunities are brought to the attention of Sweet Briar girls through the work of the Personnel Com- mittee, composed of a small group of students and faculty. This year the committee spon- sored a Career Conference to which outstanding representa- tives in various occupations contributed facts and valuable information concerning those fields in which student prefer- ence had been found. In addi- tion, the committee arranged for several speakers to visit the campus to discuss opportuni- ties in careers. The committee has also collected and filed ex- tensive literature regarding graduate schools and job pos- sibilities. This material is readily accessible to all stu- dents. " • " • ' ' " ' " ' ' ■ " " »- " » ' ' m .i.;r. ,.. . " . ,,. " ' , i.,„ , front Ron, Left to Right: Smith, C, Ambler, Echols, Weitzel. Back Ron: Rogers, P. A., Brown, L., Mc- Murtry, Montgomery, Stone, Brown, P. Not Pictured: Smith, E. J., Smith, K., Wcstfall, Coggeshall, Ship- man, Tuller. 104 ♦- ♦ ♦ PHI BETA KAPPA This year the Phi Beta Kappa Chapter, Theta of Vir- ginia, celebrated its seventh an- niversary since its founding at Sweet Briar College. Its mem- bers are chosen largely from the Senior Class, although Junior Class students may be elected into this national hon- orary society. Membership rarely exceeds ten per cent of the Senior Class and may never exceed fifteen per cent. Cam- pus Phi Beta Kappas are dis- tinguished by excellence in academic achievements, future promise of maintaining high ideals of scholarship, and par- ticipation in cultural interests. In March, John Ciardi de- livered the address to the Sweet Briar chapter. The president of the Theta Chapter, serving for a two year term, is Dr. Lysbeth Muncy. Dr. Carol Rice, M.D., is secretary-treas- Fronl Ron, Left to Right: Willis, Gilbert, Smith, E. J., Pickering. Back Ron: Caldwell, Thornton, Can- dler, St. Clair, Turner. CURRICULUM COMMITTEE The Curriculum Commit- tee is organized to represent the students and to serve as an intermediary between the fac- ulty and the students on mat- ters concerning questions of curriculum. Composed of stu- dent representatives from all the major departments, the committee acts as a fact-find- ing board as well as a medium for exchange of construcrive ideas and suggestions between faculty and students. Members of the Curriculum Committee are responsible for giving valid answers to questions which arise concerning the methods of instruction at Sweet Briar. First Ron, Left to Right: Howe, Stevens, A., Caldwell, Stevens, L. Second Row: Tilghman, Bauer, Smith, C, Clay, Chairman: Ambler. Third Ron: Barnes, Potteiger, Churbuck, Graham, S., Tetzlaff, Haskell, Folmar, Guggenheimer. Sol Pictured : Baker, B.. Perry, Godwin. 105 ♦:■ • ' 1 ART AND MUSIC CLUB Front Row, Left to Right: Smythe, Stone, Baker, Hunt, L., Dickinson, Collis, Nelson, C, Stevens, A., Slack, Candler, Blake. Second Row: Gallo, Mclvor, McCarrick, Gallchcr, Wittich, Best, Floyd. Kingman, Churbuck, Westfall, Salisbury, N., Robin, McDaniel, Trim- mer, Stenhouse, Lotterhos, Wolfe. Nol Pictured: Barnes, Fackiner, Gilbert, Greer, Lenz, Marchant, Perry, Rogers, P. A., Sharpe, Stevens, E., Turner. The Friends of Art and Music Clubs have combined this year to bring to Sweet Briar a greater variety and finer selection of programs. The Clubs not only sponsor films to be shown for the benefit of the Sweet Briar community, but also bring exhibitions, lectures, and art demonstrations to the campus. Each individ- ual member has the opportunity to work on projects which the group enjoys as a whole. The Friends of Art also own the large lending picture collection used by the college community. This year ' s program included the film of Gian-Carlo Menotti ' s " Medium, " as well as selected moderii recordings made by the Louisville Orchestra. 106 THE CHOIR The Sweet Briar Choir is a combination of the old Choir and the Glee Club. It is considerably larger than the former, and although smaller than the latter, it is able to perform a greater amount of material because of the increased amount of rehearsal time and unitv of concentration. This group consists of carefully selected voices and enthusiastic, conscientious members. The decrease in number increases the possibilities for more and varied concerts both on campus and with men ' s colleges in the East and South. The Choir is divided into two sections, each singing for the Church Service on alternate Sundays. This system provides each member with the opportunity to sing in church as often as she pleases. There are many programs in which all members participate: the Carol Worship Service on the Sunday evening preceding Christmas Holidays; the Baccalaureate Service; and several concerts during the year. This past season the Sweet Briar Choir joined with other choirs from many Virginia colleges and universities to sing with the Roanoke S ' mphony Orchestra, celebrating the bicentennial Anniversary of Mozart. Included among its other concerts was a trip to Charlottesville to give a joint program of Christmas music with the University of Virginia Glee Club. firs Ron. Left to Right: Gwinn, Birchficid, Halo, Brain, M., Henderson, Mclver, Parker, V., Johnson, P., Gallo. Second Roa : Eagles, Mather, Westfall, Haskell, Altsheler (Head of Choir), Graham, J., Robinson, Moore, D., Sauls, Chang, Grubb. Third Ron: Duke, Craig, Kelley, Ramsey, Campbell, Baker, B., Buxton, Chao, Benedict. Duncan, Caldwell. Bussan. Fourth Ron : Hawbaker, Scott, M., Pehl, Phillips, Austin, Smith, B., Cooper, Black, Shipman. Hfth Ron : Cook, M., Ritter, Marshall, Thornton, Pevear, McClancy, Jami- son. Not Pictured: Mackie, Dcrrickson, Grafmueller, Mather, Mueller. 107 f, -f- V ' - WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB The Worlds Affairs Club provides a forum for lectures and group discussions on current international prob- lems. Both political and eco- nomic questions provide per- tinent material for debate among students, faculty, and guests. The club has a large student membership and seeks to provide a means for an active exchange of ideas. President, Elizabeth J. Smith. SWEET TONES The Svfeet Tones, Sweet Briar ' s version of the Whiffen- poofs, was started four years ago by a group of nine seniors who enjoyed nothing better than singing together whether it be for a special performance or merely for their own pleas- ure. Since then, the Sweet Tones have become something of a tradition at S.B.C. They receive their greatest enjoy- ment singing at school func- tions, dinners, and other Lynchburg " events, " and when time and repertoire permit, may display their talents on a T.V. or radio program. Seated, Left to Right: Fitzgerald, Scott, M., Westfall, Caldwell, Richie. Standing: Parker, V., DuffieJd, Chang, Graham, J. 108 vW VV ♦ %■.♦••« CAMPUS CHEST COMMITTEE Each year the Campus Chest Committee, a faculty-student committee, sponsors a collec- tive Funds Drive among the students, faculty, and admin- istration. This is the one and only charity solicitation on campus and the money con- tributed is allocated under the supervision of the committee, in compliance with the con- tributor ' s request, to local, na- tional, and international or- ganizations. The funds collected also bring to Sweet Briar at least two foreign stu- dents each year. The commit- tee conducts the drive, studies various charitable organiza- tions, and then allocates the funds. This drive offers each student the opportunity to do her part in realizing her re- sponsibility to help others. Lcfl lo Right: St. Clair, Peeplfs, Van Dervoort, Wolfe, Chairman; Gallehcr, Fitzgerald. Sal I ' ulured: Turner, Candler. AUDITORIUM FUND COMMITTEE We are looking forward to the day when there will be a new auditorium and fine arts center on the Sweet Briar cam- pus. It is the purpose of the Auditorium Fund Commit- tee to bring this day closer by means of projects which serve to increase the Auditorium Fund. Aside from the selling of Sweet Briar blazers, steak dinners and cookbooks which are the committee ' s own proj- ects, the proceeds of the Fresh- man Fashion Show, Tau Phi sandwich sales, the Christmas Bazaar and separate individual projects all go towards adding a penny here and a dollar there so that in the not too far distant future we will have a brand new auditorium which every student can feel that she has had a part in making pos- sible. hirtl Ron. I eft to Rrght: Carpenter, A., Dodd, Swift, Talburt, Littell, Humphreys, Echols, Martin. Second Ron: Ballard, I.awson, Stone, Chairman: Barclay, Sylces. 109 ♦ Left to Right: Shipman, Advertising Manager; Pickering, Djerf, Frame, Editor; Ambler, Heuer, Heard, Moore, Business Manager. Not Pictured: Broman. THE BRAMBLER The Brambler. Sweet Briar ' s literary magazine, is published four times a year. Its aim is to stimulate creative imagina- tion by publishing the best student work in the writing of plays, short stories, poems, essays, and criticisms. This year a variety of material written in French and Spanish, as well as many articles by foreign students were featured. The art content was expanded, and the advertisements were given a more artistic layout than they had enjoyed previously. This year eligibility for Brambler contributions was extended to the faculty. Left to Right: Shannonhouse, Editor; Collis, Business Manager. HANDBOOK AND KEY The Students ' Handbook is a manual of the social and academic rulings of the college. Published each spring, it is sent to all incoming students, and serves to familiarize students with Sweet Briar ' s honor system, organizations, and activities. The Key is an informal presentation of college life. The Key emphasizes the customs, traditions, and lighter side of college living. It tries in this way to give concrete expression to the intangible " spirit of college life. " 110 ♦ ♦ ♦ Fint Ron, fro m left to right: Editorial Board: McBurney, Irvin, St. Clair, Editor; Streot. Bininca Manager; Halmagyi, Meade. Second Row, frotn left to right: Weitzel, Ambler, Shannonhouse, Medert, Lauter, Herring, Steinhardt. Third Ron. from left to right: Stevens, E., Whitson, Colburn, Stone, Smith, K., Nelson, Tetzlaff, Trimmer, Berguido, Martin, Woods. Fourth Ron . from left to right: Chur- buck, Guggcnhcimer, Mclvor, Loving, Lat ' .iam, Davis, Prior, Hill, Green, Slack. yhe li eet Shiaf %uA The Sweet Briar Neivs is a medium for acquainting the community and friends with campus events, for integrating student-faculty views, and for bringing the college commun- itv in touch with happenings of local and national interest. This year, in spite of a sinaller staff, fewer by-lines, less money and consequently fewer six-page issues, the quality of the News was improved by an added stress on tighter news stories, breezier features, and more readable editorials. The hem is the result of week-long toil. Assignments are distributed Tuesday and arc due on Friday and Sunday eve- nings. Pages are made up Monday nights, when the editorial board and copy staff lose their religion over headlines. Page proofs are checked with the printer on Tuesday afternoons, and on Wednesday the IS ' ens is available at the Post Office, somewhat cool off the presses. Purely a student enterprise. News staff jobs range from typing and copy reading to cir- culation and advertising to writing and editing. Ill . , • ' • - ;. AirjSiai»V : ' X - i .Jy?i- i :-: THE 1956 CHRIS SMITH Editor The Briar Patch is the annual proj- ect of the Junior Class. Each Junior class member participates in the production of this year book, which is designed to portray life at Sweet Briar, its traditions, interests, and activities. The first year book was published in 1910 and since then it has grown in size and scope to keep pace with the development of Sweet Briar. SYDNEY GRAHAM Business Manager First Ron, from left to right: Crone, Haskell, Medert, Graham, Business Manager; Campbell, Haugan, Chapin, McBurney. Second Ron , from left to right: Stcnhouse, Scott, M., Churbuck, Gwinn, Folmar, Smith, C, Editor-in-Chief; Tetzlaff, Halmagyi, Scott, C, Ambler, McMurtry. Third Ron , from left to right: Hunt, Pehl, Wallace, Grafmueller, Moore, S., Heard, Duffield, Fenrick, Heuer, Weit- zel, Newton. Not Pictured: Roth. 112 y ):?r BRIAR PATCH Business Staff Editorial Staff This year the theme of the Briar Patch is the past, present, and future of Sweet Briar College. It is our endeavor to stress the Development Program along with the many facets of life at Sweet Briar during the academic year. The Briar Patch of 1956 slowly grew as pictures were taken, deadlines were met, contracts were made with the printer and the engraver, assignments were finished, typing and proof reading completed, and " our history " emerged. It is to this end that the staff of this year book has worked, and it is with sincere affection that we present the Briar Patch to the Class of 1956. 113 - MAY FRANCES GILBERT May Queeti DAY CAROLYN DICKINSON Crown Bearer DEDE CANDLER Garland Bearer LOUISA HUNT LEONA CHANG ROSE MONTGOMERY PRYDE BROWN DANA DEWEY JOAN BROMAN TAB THORNTON MIMI THORNTON NANCY SALISBURY CAROLYN SCOTT SAYNOR JOHNSON BETSY PENDER JULIE BOOTH DIANNE CHASE Not Pictured MEREDITH SMYTHE SANDRA STINGILY DIANE DUFFIELD MIKKI BALLARD JACKIE AMBLER ANNE GWINN LEEZIE PARRISH GINNY ECHOLS KAY SMITH HARRIET COOPER SUSAN TALBURT LOU GALLEHER PEGGY LIEBERT ANN GREER ADVERTISEMENTS -f For All of The Better Names in Your BEAUTY NEEDS PATTERSON DRUG CO. 1020 Main 627 Main LYNCHBURG VIRGINIAN HOTEL Lynchburg, Virginia Modern Fireproofing Good Food Served in Air Conditioned Dining Room Established May 20, 1893 SCOTT STRINGFELLOW Members New York Stock Exchange Richmond Stock Exchange American Stock Exchange (Associate) BUFORD SCOTT WALTER S. 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Blake, Caroline Hunnewell. .. .Strawberry Hill, Needham R.F.D., Mass. Bok, Rachel Gulph Mill, Radnor, Pa. Bolton, Mary Staton Rt. i. Box 47, Waco, Tex. Boothe, Julie Ravenel Vicar Lane, Alexandria, Va. Bossert, Joann e Stewart. . . .6105 Piiiehurst Rd., Baltimore 12, Md. Bowdle, Priscilla 3218 Fordham Rd., Wilmington 79, Del. Boyd, Mary Kathleen 953 Ramona Rd., Wilmette, 111. Brawner, Elizabeth Buckley 262 W. Wesley Rd., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Brean, Judith .Ann 29 Herkimer Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Broman, Joan Elise 33 Birch Rd., Darien, Conn. Brown, Adelaide Marshall .... 1133 Ocoee N. W., Cleveland, Tenn. Brown, Helen Lee South Trail, Darien, Conn. Brown, Marcia Jane. . . .941 Buckingham Cir, N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Brown, Pryde Breed 27 Sherman PI., Ridgewood, N. J. Brownlee, Catherine Alexandria. . 1204 N. E. 5 St., Gainesville, Fla. Bruner, Ethel Woodville. .4201 Alta Vista Way, Knoxville, Tenn. Bryan, Mary Lane 16520 S. Woodland Rd., Cleveland 20, O. Buchanan, Floride Dwight 307 Liberty St., WInnsboro, S. C. Buckingham, N ' ictoria Louise 604 X. 65 St., Omaha, Neb. Burellc, Marv -I.ouise 3 . ' rbor Rd., N. Chelmsford, Mass. Burkett, Helen I ' pson 5300 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. Burnet, Martha -Ann 1004 Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Bush, Patricia .Ann 6031 Norway Rd., Dallas 30, Tex. Bussan, DeDe MacKenzie 351 S. Monroe, Lancaster, Wis. Bwtan, Slephanie 2173 F. 73 St., Brooklyn 34, N. Y. Butler, N ' ivian McLean. . .1S17 Lockerbie St., Montgomery ft, .Ma. Buxton, Elizabeth Jane 26 Frank Clarke St., Sumter, S. C. Byers, Sally .Ann 2519 Fair Ave., Columbus, O. Cain, Eleanor Johnson 116 Edisto Ave., Columbia, S. C. Caldwell, Janet Audrey 84 Pine St., Garden City, N. Y. Calhoun, Susan Gordon Cornwall, Conn. Campbell, Jane Jobson 838 Chester Rd., Charleston 2, W. Va. Candler, Dorothy 413 Manor Ridge Dr. N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Cannon, Claire Penn. . . .2319 Princess .Ann St., Greensboro, N. C. Carozza, Mary Lucia 800 W. Lake .Ave., Baltimore 10, Md. Carpenter, .Alexandra 647 Idlewild Cir., Birmingham 5, .Ala. Carpenter, Ruth Berrien. . . .647 Idlewild Cir., Birmingham 5, .Ala. Carter, Dorothy .Ann -455 E. 27 PI., Tulsa, Okla. ( aswell, Caroline Pickands River Rd., Gates Mills, O. Chambers, Elisabeth Lacy 514 Fairfax .Ave., Norfolk, Va. Chandler, Patricia Louise 705 S. Thornton Ave., Dalton, Ga. Chang, Leona 98-41 64th Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. Chao, Anna 895 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. Chapin, Marie Arnold 601 Monticello Dr., Falls Church, Va. Chapin, Susan Jeanette Weaver St., Greenwich, Conn. Chase, Dianne Falconer. . . .74 N. Stanworth Dr., Princeton, N. J. Chen, Mary 261-01 Pembroke .Ave., Great Neck, N. Y. Childress, Frances 3775 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla. Christison, Evelyn Lee 2 Malvern Ave., Richmond, Va. Churbuck, Elizabeth Ann 828 S. Oak St., Hinsdale, III. Clark, Helen Diane 6920 Miami Bluff Dr., Cincinnati 27, O. Clay, Susan Martindale Box 18, McNair Hall, Fort Sill, Okla. Coggeshall, Emma Elizabeth. .511 N. Spain St., Darlington, S. C. Colburn, Elizabeth Grosvenor Rt. i, .Arden, N. C. Collis, Barbara Thruston. . 3750 I ' pper River Rd., Louisville, Ky. Col will, Elizabeth Tunis 515 W. 40 St., Baltimore it, Md. Cook, Margaret Celeste Moore House Rd., Yorktown, ' a. Cooke, Mary Harrison 820 Roanoke .Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. Cooper, Catherine Lee. . . . 1922 Glenwas Dr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cooper, Harriet Young 925 Nicholas St., Henderson, N. C. Corriero, Joanne 74 ist St., Garden City, N. Y. Couchman, Anne Balfour 7 Middle Dr., Plandome, N. Y. Coxe, Patricia Barringer Skufful Farm, Darlington, S. C. Craig, Julia Olive 4201 Yacht Club Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. Crone, Nancy Forbes 385 N. Forest Rd., Williamsville, N. ' i ' . Crosby, Dorothy Lynn Box 71, Picayune, Miss. Crump, Elizabeth Burford . . 1524 Gilmer Ave., Montgomery, .Ala. D Davis, Patricia .Ann 405 S. Hale St., Piano, III. Davis, Susan Hunt 103 Overwood Rd., .Akron 1 3, O. Day, Susan Randolph 1 109 West Ave., Richmond, Va. Dennis, Carolyn Fells Rd., Essex Fells, N. J. Derrickson, Joann 128 Hazel Rd., Dover, Del. Devener, Claire Evelyn 60 Redfteld Pkwy., Batavia, N. Y. Dewey, Dana 4331 Forest La., N. W., Washington 7, D. C. Dickinson, Carolyn 16 Brookhaven Dr., .Atlanta, Ga. Dies, Elaine Billings 2755 Central Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Djerf, Margaret Carol 85 77 St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. llobson, Sally Baird 41 W. Brentmoor, St. Louis 5, Mo. Dodd, Beatrice .Ann 3028 Park Ave., .Augusta, CJa. Donnan, Virginia Carter 2959 Hemlock Rd., Roanoke, V ' a. Doolan, Patricia Haggerty Upland Dr., Greenwich, Conn. Dorsey, Melanie Carroll. 900 W. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore 10, Md. Doscher, Diane 55 Meadow Rd., Riverside, Conn. Dougherty, Jo .Anne Marita . Skyline ' iew, R. D. 3, Harrisburg, Pa, DufHeld, Diane 1326 Colton Rd., Gladwyn, Pa. Duke, Elizabeth Etheridge. .815 Woodland Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Duncan, Jane Cannon Sparta, N. C. Dunn, Helene Kempton Wahackme Rd., New Canaan, Conn. Dunning, Deborah Jean Canterbury Rd., Brooklyn, Conn. Durham, Mary Snowden R. F. D. i, Charles Town, W. ' a. 130 STUDENT n 1 R FC T () R Y ' ♦•Vv» E Eaglfs, Ann Mayhew P. (). Bi)x lo. Anchorage, K.y. Krhols, Virginia Carter 1610 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. I ' .ggleMoii, Marietta 20+ Leulshurg Ave., Franklin, Tenn. Klder, Sandra .Mhrighl. . . .404 Clenwooil .Ave., Burlington, N. C. Kller, Alice Seely 227 Roslyn Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Klliott, Barbara Chetwood Eastovcr, Salisbury, N. ( " . Kl , Mary 11 19 Scenic Drive, Knoxvillc, Tenn. F.psen, Kay 608 Fairacres Rd., Omiilia, Neb. F Fackiner, Joyce Claire 663 Springfield . ve., Summit, N. J. Fairfield, F.lisabeth Matilda 24 . lgonquin vood, NN ' ebster Groves, Mo. Falge, Barbara .Vnn 8314 Thoieau Dr., Bcthesda 14, Md. Farmer. .Alice Cary 2923 Field .Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. I ' arquliar, .Marilyn 2249 I.azy La., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fenrick, Jeanne Marlene Box 373, Footville, Wis. I ' erris, Donna Susan Cross Hill Rd.. Millington, N. J. Fielding, Myrna The Four Wiiuls, Haverford, Pa. Fisher, Anne 296 S. Main St., Cohasset, Mass. Fitzgerald, Cornelia Louise 20 Gibbes St., Charleston, S. C. Fitzgerald, Jane Parrish 52 Court St., Portsmouth, Va. Floyd, Elaine Lancaster. .1020 Sleepy Hollow La., Plainficid, N. J. Floyd, Nancy Carlene 5010 Gosnold Ave., Norfolk 8, Va. Folmar, Betty Maxine. . .304 E. Fairview Ave., Montgomery, Ala. Frame, Ruth Elizabeth Forest Dr., Pittsburgh 15, Pa. Franklin, Judith Marshall. 119 Beechdale Rd., Baltimore 10, .Md. Fraivlcy, Patricia Carolyn 217 N. Perry St., Fitusville, Pa. Frost, Lucy Elizabeth 22 Dana PI., Englewood, N. J. Frouery, Catherine Frances 1517 Park Ave., Plainfield, N. J. Fulenwider, Ann .Armstrong. 1919 Ciranville Rd., Greensboro, N. C. G Cralleher, Loui e Falligant 630 Sudle Rtl., Manassas, ' a. Ciallo, Elizabeth Lee Rt. 3, Madison Heights, Va. tJarrard. Mabelle 201 E. Cleveland St. C;reen v(M d, Miss. Gibson, ( ourtney Holcombe. .304 Caroline St., Fredericksburg, ' a. Gibson, Marietta ( " Day " ) . .6431 Willow Lane, Kansas City, Mo. Gilbert, Frances Pressly 305 E. Broad St., Statesville, N. C. CJipson, Suzanne 17 FairchiUl PI., Monticelln, N. V. (Jlass, Susan Anne 202 Wayne .Ave., Silver Spring, Md. Godshall, Myrna Gail 702 Brush Hill Rd., Milton, Liss. CJodwin, Nancy Ellen 2036 Westover .Ave., Petersburg, ' a. (Jrafmueller, Joan North St., Greenwich, Cr)nn. Graham, Judith Louise 138 Bank St., Batavia, N. V. Graham, Sydney Stradley 873 Yale La., Highland Park, 111. Cireen, Caroline Tucker 567 Peachtrce Battle .Ave., N. W., .Atlanta, Ga. (Jreen, Julia Thompson. .38 Montclair Dr., West Hartford 7, Conn. Greer, Ann Dumas Box 2184, Spring Hill, Mobile, -Ala. Griftin, ' irginia Madison 197 Brighton Rd., .Atlanta, Ga. (iross, Judith Lee. . . . i 37-10 71 .Ave., Kew Ciardens HilK 67, N. Y. CJrubb, Nancy 25 Hawthorne Way, Huntingt(ui, W. ' a. Ciuggenheimer, Alice Myers Eton Rural P. O., Madison Heights, Va. Ciumaer, Ann Elizabeth 28 Benton Cir., Itica, N. Y ' . ( uy, Catherine Bradley 704 Ponce de Leon Ave., .VIontgomery 4, Ala. (iwinn, .Anne Harvey 528 11 .Ave., Huntington, W. Va. H Hafer, .Mary Suzanne. . . .1058 5 .Ave. Court . . W., Hickory, N. C. Hagerty, Katherine Peache .Meriwether St. Andrews Sch(M)l, Middletown, Del. Hale, Sally Brown 621 S. 2 St., Mayfield, Ky. Hall, Carol Grisham 4934 Crooked La., Dallas, Tex. Ilalmagyi. Dagmar. 4307 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond 27, ' a. Hamilton, Ina Robbins 118 W. Harding, (Jreenwood, Miss. Handy, Mary Ballon 4112 Peakland PI., Lvnchburg, ' a. Harjes, Joan Frederica 129 E. 82 St., New ork 28, . . . Hart, Jac(|uelin (Jay 1 Shore Edge La., Short Hills, N. J. Haskell, Elizabeth 358 ' j Essex St., Salem, Mass. Haughan, (Jail. .108 Lake Shore Dr., Lake Isles, Eastchester, N. Y. Hawbaker, Nancy 816 S. Charter St., Monticello, III. IIawki[is, Jane Charlotte. .2616 Dellwood Dr., N. W., .Atlanta, Ga. II an ri, Patricia Diana 6901 Baltimore Dr., Dallas, Tex. Hay ley, Cornelia 43 9 (Jwynne Rd., Memphis, Tenn. Heard, June Judith 1391 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. Hearin, .Ann Bartlett 207 Woodlands, Mobile 17, .Ala. Hekina, Jac(|ueline North St., (Jreenwich, Conn. Henderson, Harriet Roberts 1692 Laurel St., Jackson, Miss. Hcnr , Pamela 191 Ridge Rd., (irosse Pointe, Mich. Herring, Hazel Chamblee 1126 Harvey St., Raleigh, N. C. Herschbach, Karen 359 N. William St., Joliet, 111. Heuer, Charlotte Seahury. .1241 Ridgewood Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. Hicklin, Mary Ann Carson Arden, N. C. Hight, Susan 147 Marshall St., Leicester, Mass. Hill, Catharine Newcomb. . . . 1033 Humboldt St., Denver 18, Colo. Hill, Marcia Dunsmore 6 West Ave., Wellsboro, Pa. von Hoffman, Barbara 7730 Mohawk PI.. Clayton 5, Mo. Hooker, Barbara 9 Ridgewood Rd.. West Hartford, Conn. Hopkins, Nina Cabell.... 81 Peachtree Battle .Ave., .Atlanta, Ga. Howe, Nancie Geer 3858 Sulphur Spring Rd., Toledo 6, O. Hufendick, .Ann 930 Meadow Oaks Dr., .Arlington, Tex. Humphreys, Eleanor Willie Rose Pinehill, Oregon, III. Hunt, Betty Fields Moss Rose Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Hunt, Louisa Purdum. . . . 1839 Edgewood La., Charlottesville, Va. Hyatt, Pamela Ilallett 120 Lee Rd., (Jardcn City, N. N ' . Hyde, SalK .Ann Bowen Rd., Elma, N. Y. Ir iii. . nii Marsden 2125 S.Jefferson St., Roanoke, a. Jackson, Gertrude Gaston 7408 (Jreenbrier, Dallas, Tex. Jackson, Julia Bates. . . .427 Washington .Ave., Clarksburg, W. ' a, Jamison, Jane Helene. . . .616 Ridgewood Dr., West Lafayette, Ind. Jay-Smith, Sarah Jane. Porta, P. O. Norton, So. Rhodesia, .Africa Johnson, Eleanor Saynor Piney Woods Dr.. LaGrange, (»a. Johnson, Mary Pegram 120 S. Wilton Rd.. Richmond ih, ' a. Johnson, Patricia .Amy 390 Booth . ' f., Fngle vood, N. I. Johnson, Patricia Mclnt re Clifford, a. Johnston, Elizabeth Carrington Faculty Row, Blacksburg, ' a. Jones, Virginia Anne The Oaks, Hornell, N. Y. Jordan. Nona Mc.Adoo 55 .Alvarado Rd., Berkeley, Calif. K K ' Burg, Suzanne Louise, ( " enter Rd., Lindamere, Wilmington, Del. Kelly, Barbara Elaine 599 Ramapo Rd., Teaneck, N. J. Kelly, Barbara Page 212 Prairie St., Danville, III. Kerlin. Sheila 21 21 E. 41 St., Tulsa, Ok la. Kingman, Judith Campbell 586 Malcolm .Ave., North Plainfield, N. J. Knapp, Edith Windholz. . . .249 Halcyon PI., San .Antonio 9, Tex. Kroeger, Jane .Anne 627 N. W. 38th, Oklahoma City, Okla. L Langic, Julie .Ann Christine. . . .280 Culver Rd.. Rmhester 7, N. Y. Lanier, .Annie Laurie 700 Lawrence St., Mansfield, La. La Staiti, Sandra Sara 107 Ryan St., New Bedford, Mass. Latham, Waldo 35 ' 2 Riverside .Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. Lauter, Corell Dogwood .Ave., Roslyn Harbor, N. ' . Lawrence. Vlargaret .Adams 401 E. 44 St., Savannah, Ga. 131 ? ? fi ,- r -- -f- STUDENT DIRECTORY LawMin, Jiiaii Patricia 525 N. Hubhaid I. a., L(iuis illc. K . Lechevallier, Monique . . . . i rue du Colonel Moll, Paris 17, France Lee, Yung Sin 172 Nai Soo Dong, Seoul, Korea Leigh, Mau d Winborne 300 Colonial Ave., Norfolk, Va. Lenz, Carroll Joyce Sunset Hill, Bovce Ave., Ruxton 4, Md. Letzerich, Elizabeth Alice. .2333 Claremont La., Houston 19, Tex. Lewis, Barbara McDonnell. .. .1515 Wightman St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Liebert, Margaret [ ' " liabeth Tuckahoe Apt. 303, Richmond, ' a. Lindsa ' , Jean Apartado 561, Caracas, Wnezuela Lineberger, Mary Louise Homeleigh, Belmont, N. C. Littell, Jacqueline Anne 69 CJrove Ave., Madison, Conn. Lohnes, Roberta Lee Box 136, R. R. +, Vienna, Va. Long, Cornelia Bonney 1709 Pcachtree St., Jackson, Miss. Lotterhos, Catherine Gordon 905 Pinehurst St., Jackson, Miss, Loving, Celia Sue Monroe, Va. Lowe, Isa Mary 183 Bow La., Louisville 7, Ky. Luke, Joan Buckley 3430 Jackson St., San Francisco 18, Calif. M McBurney, Helen Nannette 6 Elm La., Bronxville, N. ' . McCallum, Shirley Ann. .288 S. Moreland Blvd., Cleveland 20, O. McCarrick, Mary Therese.21 Country Club Dr., Rochester 18, N. Y. McClancy, Barbara Elaine. .31449 Shaker Blvd., Chagrin Falls, O. McClave, Carol Jacquelin 415 Charles La., Wynnewood, Pa. McC ' ollum, Marjorie 3034 S. Madison, Tulsa, Okla. McCullough, Ann 30 . ' xtell Dr., Scarsdale, N. Y. .McCullough, Julia. . . .3160 V. .Andrews Dr. N. V., Atlanta, Ga. McCutchen, Elizabeth 3625 ' alley Rd., Columbia, S. C. McDaniel, Marguerite. .820 W. Wesley Rd., N. V., . " Atlanta, Ga. McI vor, Carolyn Judith Monroe, Va. McKenney, Janet Fauntleroy . . . . 1 1 Newton St., ' eston 93, Mass. McMurtry, Carol Young 2222 Hughes, . " Amarillo, Tex. Mackall, Aminta Sorrel. . . . 1816 24 St., N. W., Washington 8, D. C. MacKethan, ' irginia Lord 7645 Maurv .Arch, Norfolk, Va. Mackie, Ruth .Ann 106 Coleman Ave., Chatham, N. J. MacPherson, Linda Bear Box 35, Sweet Briar, Va. Marchant, Virginia Lee Gull Point, Mathews, Va. Marks, Virginia 1605 N. Dotsy, Odessa, Tex. Marshall, Eloise Davenport Boxwood Gardens, Clinton, S. C. Martin, Katherine Ely 2804 Central, Memphis, Tenn. Martin, Marian Hamilton 2S95 Normandv Dr., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Martin, Robbie Cecile 1879 Riboult PL, Jacksonville 5, Fla. Martin, Sally Burnett 2005 Broadway, Paducah, K . .Mather, Kathle.-n Carmichael Quarters 1426-B, 4th Ave., Fort Knox, Ky. Matheson, F rnma Henry P. O. Box 335, Alexandria, Va. May, Frances 6358 Alexander Dr., St. Louis, Mo. Mayfield, Sarah Frances. . . .3519 Principio Ave., Cincinnati 26, O. Mayher, Dorothy Hlges Box 841, Plumfield, Columbus, Ga. Meade, Elizabe:h Lyne Forest Hills, Box 4S0, Danville, Va. Mears, Elizabeth Paxton 1109 Graydon .Ave., Norfolk, Va. Medcrt, Barbara Ann. . . .3722 Sutherland Rd., Shaker Heights, (). Meeks, Victoria .Anne. . . .420 Humphrey St., New Haven 1 1, Conn. Meighan, Peninah .Alice 21 Hazel La., Larchmont, N. Y. Meyerink, Elizabeth Penii . . .830 Lombardi La., San Mateo, Calif. Milan, Nancy MacNs 613 Winans Way, Baltimore 29, Md. Milburn, Priscilla Ann. . . .1411 Country Club Dr., Midland, Tex. Miller, Lizora Schno ' tiekl. ... .213 Ampthil! Rd., Richmond, Va. Miller, Mary-Donna Starr Ridge Farm, Brewster, N. Y. Mixson, Juanita 200 High St., ' aldosta, Ga. Montgomery, Rose Cornelson 11. .755 Plume St., Spartanburg, S. C. Moore, Dorothy Daniel. .3003 Habersham Rd. N. W., .Atlanta, Cia. Moore, Elizabeth .Armisread . .4807 Charmian Rd., Richmond, ' a. Moore, Evel.Mi ILanes 349 Arbor R I., Winston-Salem, N. C. Moore, Jane Ryland 1016 St. Georges Rd., Baltimore 10, Md. Moore, Stella Mitchell 305 March St., Easton, Pa. Morison, F ' leanor Trnax 156 E. 79 St., New ' I ' ork 21, N. ' . Morris, Alice McLean 1623 Berkley Cir., Chattanooga, Tenn. Morris, L inie 701 ( IramUirw, San .Antonio, Tex. Mozur, Margaret Theresa 3 Kensington Ave., Trenton, N. J. Mueller, Camilla Beatrice. . . .430 E. Rosewood, San Antonio, Tex. Murden, Betty Louise London Bridge, Va. Murdock, Sarah Jane 426 F " . Faulkner, El Dorado, Ark. Myers, Jessie Kenan 237 Loring Ave., Pelham, N. ' . N Nance, Florence Rush 500 Delaware Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn. Nassib, Virginia Grace 145 Rockwood Rd., Manhasset, N. V. Neighbors, June Ray 4058 Modlin, Fort Worth, Tex. Nelson, Mary Carter 3726 S. Troost, Tulsa, Okla. Nelson, Roberta Joan. . . .Castle Hill, P. O. Box 632, Lexington, Va. Nelson, Violet Mc.Arthur 3726 S. Troost, Tulsa, Okla. Nevins, Judy Powell 34 W. Grove Dr., Belle Haven, .Alexandria, ' a. Newton, Elaine .Ann Stralton Rd., New Rrjchtlle, N. " ■. O O ' Brien, Mary Deborah Windfall Farm, Salisbury, Conn. Ogden, Ethel Farmer 63 Patterson Ave., Greenwich, Conn. Ottley, Jane Frances 3621 Lake .Ave., Rochester 12, N. ' ' . Oxner, Jane Elizabeth 1 524 Adger Rd., Columbia, S. C. P Pannell, Carolyn 136 ¥.. Fairview .Ave., Montgomery 6, Ala. Parker, Alice Fleming 309 ist .Ave., Franklin, Va. Parker, VaLrla Nell 373 Redland Rd. N. W., .Atlanta, Ga. Parrish, Elise 43 Malvern Ave., Richmond, ' a. Payne, .Aline Mead 151 1 West Ave., Richmond, ' a. Payne, Marcia Bradfield 35 Old Mill Rd., Rochester, N. Y. Payne, Mary Picton 1407 Sophia St., Fredericksburg, Va. Pedersen, F.vel n 258 S. Springfield Ave., Springfield, N. J. Peebles, Frances Joy 514 S. Main St., Law renceville, Va. Pegram, Ann Frederick 33180 Arden Rd. N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Pehl, Janet Wilson 121 San Carlos Ave., Sausalito, Calif. Pender, Elizabeth Herbert. . . .1028 Spotswood -Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. Perry, Helene 511 Park .Ave., Salisbury, Md. Perry, Susan Jane 1503 Highland .Ave., New Castle, Pa. Pevear, Patricia .Ann 43 Cedar Gate Rd., Darien, Conn. Pfister, Alice Meta 313 Park Ave., Sheboygan, Wis. Philips, Ruth Jean 8 Forest Rd., Springfield, N. J. Phillips, Betty .Anne .Amherst, ' a. Pickering, Nancy Hawkins. . . .c o Mrs. F. B. Hawkins, 178 Lovera Blvd., San .Antonio 12, Tex. Pierce, Elizabeth Tucker. . . .4437 Sheppard PI., Nashville 5, Tenn. Plumb, .Ann Barksda ' e North St., Greenwich, Conn. Pohl, Suzanne 215 Dewitf Rd., Syracuse, N. Y. Potteiger, Iris Fay 436 Playground Dr., W. Reading, Pa. Price, Rew 3 Woodley Rd., Winnetka, HI. Prichard, Elsie Quari ' ier. . . .917 Ridgewa - Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Prior, Lynn Irene 395 W. State St., Trentnii, N. J. R Raines, loanne Hoskins Centra! Hershey, Ha ' ana, ( ' ub:i Ramey, Cay Grafton Farm, Marshall, ' a. Ramsey, Virginia Anne. . . .624 Royal Plaza, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Reed, Nan Fletcher 3652 Chevy Chase, Houston 19, Tex. von Reischach, Debora. . . .15 Terrell .Ave., Rnckville Centre, N. Y. Richardson, .Anne Golding Marlinton, W. ' a. Richey, Margaret .Anne 4755 34 St. N., .Arlington, Va. Ritter, Eleanor 29B Forest Dr., Short Hills X ' illage, Springfield, N ' . J. Robin, Diana . hiiir 1000 W. Saddle River Rd., Ho-Ho-Kus, . ' . J. Robinson, Betsv .Alden ' aterville Rd., . vnri, Conn. Robinson, N ' irginia .Anne 522 4th St., Monongahcla, I ' a. Rogers, Margaret Anne 45 S. Cre t Rd., Chattanooga 4, Tenn. Rosenbloom, Naomi 3301 Carlisle Ave., Baltimore 16, Md. Roth, Katherine Sue 911 N. Oak Park .Ave., Oak Park, III. Ruttio, ludith .Meade 81 h .Andirs.in St., nnrharn, N. C. 132 ' ■: -, ♦ ♦ " STUDENT I) I K nCTOK Y Sali lniry, Betsy Ann 1815 St. Ann, Jackson 2, Miss. Salislnin, Xancy Radford 1815 St. Ann, Jackson 2, Miss. Sample, Mary Ellen Beverly Apts., R-3, Asheville, N. ( ' . Sampson, Barbara F.dgeley 318 S. CJarficld St., Hinsdale, III. Samworth, Nancy Hall... 11 W ' ilNnv CIcn, IIuntinj;ton, W. Va. SandifiT, I ' riideiici- Ckvelaiid Country Club R l., Spartanburg, S. C. Sauls, Caroline Br an. .2877 Howell Mill Rd. N. V., Atlanta, (Ja. Schladermundt, Joan 8 Park Ave., Bronxville, N. . Schuster, F.ula Elaine 122+ N. W. 53r(l, Oklahoma Cit , Okla. Scott, Adele CJerard 103 Lee Cir., I, ruhlnng, a. Scott, Margery Nixon 5+07 Cary St. Rd., Riihmnnd, a. Scott, Mary Blair 1306 Park Ave., Richmond, ' a. Scott, Mary Carolyn 103 Lee Cir., Lynchburg, ' a. Sell, Kathryn 2+ W. 69 St., New Ork 23, N. ■. Seward, Lois 1760 Sherwood Rd., Petersburg, Va. Shannon, Margaret Eli abeth 66 S. Fullerton Ave., Montclair, N. J. Shannonhouse, Frances 232 Hempstead PI., Charlotte, N. C. Sharp, Gertrude Weber Wilson Pike, Franklin, Tenn. Shipman, Martha Jane 1218 Pine Rd., Troy, (). Sivalls, Betty Rae 811 W. Louisiana St., Midland, Tex. Slack, Enid Warner 1675 Riverside Dr., Gainsville, Ga. Slack, Olivia Jane Timber Ridge Farm, Springwdod, ' a. Smith, Ann Courts. . . .787 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond Beach, Fla. Smith, Christine Rachel. .1005 +th Ave. Dr. N. W., Hickory, N. C. Smith, Elizabeth Dana 28 Norwood Rd., Charleston, W. ' a. Smith, Elizabeth Jean. . . . 1005 +th Ave. Dr. N. W., Hickory, N. C. Smith, Elizabeth Margaret. .1629 Hertford Rd., Charlotte 7, N. C. Smith, (iretchen Reed Countryside, Ashland, O. Smith, Kathryn Louise. .2205 Kentmerc Pkwy., Wilmington 6, Del. Smith, .Margaret Overton Curtis Wood La., Nashville, Tenn. Smith, Mary Landon 228 S. Prospect St., Hagcrstown, Md. Smith, Susan Ann 2830 Foxhall Rd., Washington 7, D. C. Smythe, Meredith Fergusr [i 54 Tepee Rd., Louisville 7, Ky. Sorley, Judith Matiard 207 Elmhurst Ave., San Antonio, Tex. Southack, Sally Ann Whitetail Farm, Sharon, Conn. Space, Elizabeth Collier 3609 Abercorn St., Savannah, Ga. Sparger, Stephanie Hope 5 Forest La., Scarsdale, N. V. Spencer, Kathryn Peyton Monro?, Va. Sprague, Jerre McKee 4551 E. Lake Harriet Blvd., Minneapolis, Minn. Stafford, niaiuie Davenport 1909 Lake St., Knoxville, Fenn. St. Clair, Eleanor .Armstrong. Prestwould .Apts. 5C, Richmond, a. St. Clair, Nancy Dalion Prestwduld .Xpts. 5C, Richmond, Va. Steinhardt, Karen Thomasin . 4004 Laird PI., Chew Ch.isc, .Mil. Stenhouse, Emily Dunlop.3421 Lowell St. N. W., Washington, 1). C. Stevens, Ann E eretlc. . . .508 Wildwood .Ave., Kockv Mount, N. C. Stevens, Eliza Spurr R. F. D. 6, Burlington, N. C. Stingily, Sandra Dianne 2002 Northw H)d, Meridian, Miss. Stoddard, ' alerie 19 Monmouth Rd., Worcester, Mass. Stone, Byrd Valle Rd., Wilson Point, S. N ' orwalk, Conn. Street, Jane Harrison 2101 Conistoii PI., Charlotte, N. C. Sturgeon, Linda Copeland. .. .905 Wellesley Rd., Pittsburgh 6, Pa. Swift, Carolyn Etta 25 Prospect Park W., Brooklyn, N. V. Sykes, Paironella .Ann 148 N. Main St., Sharon, Mass. Taggard, .Mary Lee 5 Redstone La., .Marblehead, .Mass. Talburt, Susan 100 Kennedy Dr., Chevy Chase, Md. I ' aliaferro, Marsha 2 Ro e Hill Rd., Richmond, ' a. Fatlow, Annette Beedy 11 Rutland Rd., Scarsdale, N. . Faylor, .Ann Tanner 3567 Talahi Dr., Knoxville, Feini. Taylor, Mary Willis 304 Virginia Ave., Richmond, ' a. Taylor, Susan Spoiswuod .772 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Felzlaff, Barbara Anne Deaver Rd., Wyncoie, Pa. Fhomas, Julia Roseherry . . . . 1 1 Norwood Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Thorington, Marion Winter. .3276 S. Perry St., Montgomery, Ala. 1 hornton, Frances I ' abb 1817 Cirove Ave., Richmond, ' a. Thornton, Mary Moylan 1817 CIrove Ave., Richmond, Va. Thornton, Nina Cooper. .37 Thackeray Rd., VVellcs ' ey Hills, Mass. Fhrall, Sara Susan 270 Boston Post Rd., Weston, Mass. Filghman, Katharine Scott 161 2 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Fimberlake, Susan Marshall Ridgewiiod Ave., Staunton, ' a. I ' odd, Mary Kathryn Box 214, Amherst, Va. Train, Ann. " Northend " Morningside, Johannesburg, South .Africa I ' rimmer, F lla-Prince 300 Oak La., Richmond, a. Fuller, Langhorne Lewis. . . .2846 ' ernon Rd. N. W., .Atlanta, (Ja. I ' urnbull, Carol Ann Domick Hills, .Ardmore, Okla. Turner, Helen 5 Paxton Rd., Richmond 26, Va. Tyler, .Alice Kathleen 1 129 tjordon Ave., Thomasville, C a. Tyson, ' irginia Carole 888 Park Ave., New York, N. . V rif, l)oroth Hunter. .22350 McCauley Rd., Shaker Heights 22, ( ). Crner, Dorrjthv lolliffe 629 Preston Rd., I lagerstowii, Md. ' : i Dervoorl, . hiry .Anne. ' erinooien, Priscilhi .Alden. .4313 Cary St. Rd., Richmond, Va. .4404 Fairfax .Ave., Dallas 5, Tex. W Waddell, lielt Herkclcy Honeysuckle Hill, Lexington, ' a. Wallace, Mabel Louise. .68 Rockledge Rd. N., Bronxville 8, N. . Ward, Mary .Ann Box 1045, Jacksboro, lex. Watjen, Catherine Marie Brookridge Dr., Greenwich, Conn. Walkins, Edith Ann 11 Leroy St., Potsdam, N. V. Watson, D)uise Alexander Mount Vernon Rd., Oxford, Pa. Watts, Julia Christian 79 Kings Hwy., Huntington, W. ' a. Weaver, Ruth Dorney. . . .5307 Tillbury Way, Baltimore 12, Md. Webb, Mary Oliver 565 CJrandview PI., San .Antonio, Tex. Weed, Mary Jane Childs Rd., Bernardsville, N. J. Weed, Virginia Bishop 3824 Park .Ave., Miami 33, Fla. Weitzcl, Ann Carroll 1512 Ray La., .Aiken, S. C. Welton, Judith Aline 3 ' 36 Amherst, Dallas 25, Tex. Westfall, Carolyn 59 Abney Circle N., Charleston 4, W. Va. White, .Auulia Duncan. . . .3707 Knollwood Dr., Houston 19, Tex. Whitson, .Marjorie Ann 122 E. Main St., Phelps, N. V. Williams, Patricia Anne. . . .320 Spring Ave., Clarksburg, W. ' a. Willis, .Anne Rutfner 11 Whitelawn .Ave., Milton, Mass. Wimbish, .Anne Camilla Rt. 1, Prospert, K . Winje, Jane Edith 374 Hark .Ave., Glencoe, III. Winter, Winifred Elyn 350 Terrell Rd., San .Antonio 9, Tex. Wiitii h. Natalie Staff Long Hill Rd., .Millington, N. J. Wolte, Helen Baldwin 3307 Gloucester Rd., Richmond, Va. Wood, Alice Isabel Poundridge Rd., Bedford, N. ■. Wood, Letha Donaldson. .25 Princeton PI., I ' pper Montclair, N. J. Woods, Dori th ' enning Echo Hill, Cniversity Station, Charlottesville, Va. Woods, l.uiia Waller 550 E. Deer Path. Lake Forest, III. Woolsey, Mary Ola 684 Madison .Ave., .Albany, N. ' S ' . Wrape, Lila McCiehce CJregnon Farms, Collierville, Tenn. Wyatt, Dorothy Jane 216 Belle Haven Rd., -Alexandria, ' a. Wvnn. lanet Miller 91S Cherokee Blvd., Knoxville. Fenn. Y oung, llal.ia . nn 676 N. 56 St., Omaha, Neb. z Zick, Shirley . nn 729 W. South St., Kalamazoo, Mich. ZJTnini rrnan. . 1ar Kent 1015 Buckingham Rd., Grosse Poinle, Mich. 133 - u toarapn arapi u toarapn arap ■ : . ACKNOWLEDGMENTS To Mr. Bill Burton of C. W. Warthen Company for his constant aid and encouragement throughout the year. To Mr. Leonard Glover of Lynchburg Engraving Company for his un- failing patience and help in dealing with all of our problems. To Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McClung for their excellent service and coopera- tion in fitting in with our difficult schedules. To Dr. Lawrence G. Nelson for his invaluable support and criticism as fac- ulty advisor to The Briar Patch. To Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge for their excellent service and cooperation in fitting in with our difficult schedules. To Miss Martha Von Briesen and Miss Sue Durling for their assistance in helping us to find cuts and photographs. To all those who helped in large and small ways to contribute to the 1956 Briar Patch. - •■ . s ■ ♦ ••.•; ■.♦• • J

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