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

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SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE 3 i2449 0297341 5 rf ' w - vf- :r ♦ ,♦•.♦ iTT 4 f r • ♦ - , S» • -. i3:i223r: " ' - m. t » • p As We Relive Each Memory . . f .-— " w c ' .-: MLM. m. m-jm- ' pn r w 3u- ?i - =4k? M i k. » M O i c i5 ' i =4 i Mill mil ' lOimHaaiiig m |6 ■■■ !W0i ' I in I ' |-: rgWr IMi Wm f f M •- ii IBS " " h bje m mvu ' j ■■ ■■■■■ll H ' B ,i?_- » ■-v. •.♦.♦ ' .• • ' HI 1 1 1 1 I r 1 t 1, ' . . Scenes of Sweet Briar Reappear . . , f , t lull . Years of Learning . . . ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ' ' . ' (■f ;ii if f ' ii i9ii ' - ' .JS ' ■ »«fl ' {fW f m B ' BVH . 1 , . b a1 ' --- n Tn I " S ' 1 n ll - l_| !( — 1 .z « __ N. JL Si!i i. 1 t rt- f 1 i ■! « — ' •• Sill i: " ' «i.. -h ' ' ' smr) ' ! ! ' - T ' ' I : if -s M 1 • -4. V . «. ill p ll««(««i::j - ♦ ' ' ♦;• %•. .4 }f T H E N I N E T E E N F I E T Y NJ N E ELEANOR CROSBY Editor-in-Chief JANE HEADSTREJ Business Manager ♦ ;. . ' A ' t c ' 0 f 0 9 9 • ■• •• DR. AND MRS. WALLACE E. ROLLINS •J ' Ji y■ Mrs. Rollins accepts the new Wallace E. Rollins Chair of Religio ai Founders ' Day Exercises, October 15, 1958. Or. and Mrs. Rollins call their collaboration on Jaus and His Miniilry. Dr. and Mrs. Rollins are well known and loved members ot the Sweet Briar Community. Both have devoted their lives to the teaching of religion, with special emphasis on the life of Christ. They have been counsellors and friends to everyone who has been associated with them. Dr. Rollins came to Sweet Briar in 1908 as the first chap- lain and professor of Bible. In 191 3 he became professor of Ecclesiastical History at the Protestant Episcopal Sem- mary in ' irginia. During his twenty-seven years there he frequently visited Sweet Briar. On many occasions he spoke in the chapel services, each time renewing relationships, making new friends, and continuing to be a part of the lives of Sweet Briar students and part of the life of the college. In 1940 Dr. Rollins returned to the campus for his years of retirement. Mrs. Rollins came to Sweet Briar in 1928 as professor of Biblical Literature. Under her guidance the department grew and the name was changed from Biblical Literature to Religion. Mrs. Rollins carried the teaching burden alone for ten years. By her initiative new courses were instituted and Religion was offered as a major in 1933-34. She and Dr. Rollins have not only devoted their time and energy to Sweet Briar students but to college students everywhere, with a valuable book on Jesus and His Min- istry, the product of their combined authorship. This past fall, to express their gratitude, Sweet Briar alumnae, and friends with the help of the Kresge Founda- tion endowed a chair to honor Dr. Rollins. The Wallace E. Rollins Professorship of Religion was instituted with Mrs. Rollins as the first holder of the Chair. To e. press our admiration and gratitude for their con- stant devotion to Svveet Briar, we take great pleasure in dedicating the 1959 Briar Patch to Dr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Rollins. DEDICATION _- - - 1 V vv ,. ■ -t-■■: : ■ - ' iJr-y ■ i iLr•rt■ ! . ♦ .♦..•.♦ • ' Administration . . . page 15 Classes page 25 Organizations . . . page 107 Athletics P gc 127 f ♦.♦•■♦;♦ iA Admini ministration •. ' f.f. » December 16, 1958 To the CLns of 1959: If I could add one gift to all you have re- ceived from Sweet Briar College it would be the gift of time — which each of you must find for yourselves — to reflect on this qujs- tion: What will you remember longest and cherish most deeply of everything that has become a part of you during your forr years on this campus? Will it be the beauty of the campus itself — the wide lawns, the sweep of the dells, the marvelous variety of trees and flowering bushes and tulip gardens, the smell of honey- suckle and the majestic backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains? Will it be something you have learned in a classroom or laboratory, which may have awakened an interest you will keep for the rest of your life? Or will it be the influence and example of some of your teachers, whom you will remember long after the subject mat- ter of their courses is forgotten? New friends, perhaps, which you will keep with you, or keep in touch with, wherever in- dividual, post-commencement paths may lead? And the numberless big and little things that have happened to you and to your class in these four years? — the hitching post frenzy, your Freshman Show, and all the dances (especially that first important one) in the Gymnasium, under the trees in front of the Refectory, and on other cam- puses as well; Hurricane Hazel, a picnic at the Lake, the Christmas Oratorio, the Science Symposium, and the Faculty Show; John Ciardi and Arnold Toynbee and a dozen other lecturers and concert artists you didn ' t miss. All this, and much more, including much known only to you, has gone into your ed- ucation at Sweet Briar and become part ol you. Some of it you will keep alive and pass on to your own children. All of it Sweet Briar has given to you. And in return, eac h of you, in different ways, has given this col- lege even more than you have received here. Please know that we are proud of you, and confident that this pride will grow as we hear of the good uses to which you put this many- faceted education: in your own lives and ca- reers, and in your families. Remember Sweet Briar, and please come back to see us soon and often. Anne Gary Pannell President ♦:♦ •■J BOARD OF DIRECTORS I ' lioMAs ( ' . Hdisiimi, A.H., I ' lisiJfiil Richmiiml, ' :i. ( ' . R.MSh I ' lrrvii ' iiN, li.A., lia-l ' ttsuiciil I.yiichlnirji, :i. Sara Shai.i.enbkrgkr Brow n, A.B llarrcids Creek, K . (OSME M. Glion, M.n., D.Sc Niw ■o k City Kowi.ANi) Lea Ajiricola, ' a. Secn-lary of III,- Hoard o Dirrdiiis and of Ih,- Hoard of (Hirsirrs Archibai.I) (i. Robertson, I.L.K RU-liminul, Va. Jniiv S. Zinsser, M.A Sweet Hriar, ' a. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mr. RoiiKR|-so , (hairman, Mrs. Hriiwn, Mr. I.ka, Mr. I ' lin |tiii BOARD OF OVERSEERS Tiio.MAs C. HoLsiiAii,, A.K., I ' lisidiiii , . . Rirhmniul. .i. Irrm 1959 BiFoRD Scon Richmoiul, ' a. Edward T. Waii.es, H.S Washitigton, D.C. Rebecca Volng Frazer, A.B Atlanta, Cia. iqfio Kaiherine Bi.or r Andersen, A.B Bayport, Minti. 1961 Margaret Cornwei.i. Schmidt, A.B St. Louis, Mn. Lawson W. TlRNER Forest, ' a. CJiiKiioN B. Walker, [r., B.A Lyiichliurn, a. Mii.DRED W. Warner Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1962 NL RIHA Lot Lem.mon SiniM.MAN, Ph.l) Princeton, N.J. 19(13 WRiciir Brian, B.S Cleveland, Ohio High K. Dlkfieid, A.B Philadelphia, Pa. 1964 Adrian L Massie, B.A R e, N. ' . 1 " iiari.es H. MiRCHisoN, I.L.B Jacksonville, Fla. The Rt. Rev. Richard S. Waison, D.D Salt Lake Citv, I ' tah 1965 J. H. Tvi.er McConnem. B.A., LL.B Wilmington, Del. Anne Pannei.l, ll.Phil., LL.H rx-offiiio, I ' nsidnil of lit, Colhgr c;i.a:)vs Wester Horion, A.B rx-offiiio, l ' r, ' sidinl of Ihr Siv, ' rl Hriar .llumnar Issoiialion Memhers of the Board of Directors are also members of the Board of Overseers THOMAS C. BOUSHALI St Ron, left to right: Warner, Frazer, Pannell, Horton, Guion, Stohlinan, Schmidt, Andersen. Second Ro " Massie, Br an. Boushall, President i Robert ion, Diiffield. Pettyjohn, Zinsser, Walker. Turner, Scott, 4 ' • ■f.f, M fr - ?? ■., MARY J. PEARL Deatt liTHEL RAMAGEi Acling Dean EXECUTIVE OFFICERS ASNF. Gary Panxell, D.Phil. (Oxon.), LL.D Pnsidnil Meta C;lass, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D., D.C.L Prrsidnit Emiiilus Mary J. Pearl, Ph.D I), an Ethel Ramage, Ph.D Idiiin D.an Doris C. Thomas, M.A husuuil Dian On sabbatical leave, first semester 1958- 1959 1958-1959 Dorothy Jester, A.B Dean of Students Jean- Louise Williams, . .M Direitor of Admission Jeanette Boone, A.B Recorder Peter V. Daniel, B.A Issislaut to tlie President; Treasurer Hilda Gray Hite, B.A Exerutive Secretary and .Idminislrative Assistant to the President DORIS C. THOMAS Assistant Dean DOROTHY JESTER Dean of Students MARION G. COTTON Assistant Dean of Students « • ♦ % ♦ Faculty Richard F. Barron I ' isiliiig l.iiliirir in Guvirnin,iil K.. ., K.11MX Ciili-gt-; Ph.D., riiivtT ily (if irgiciia. Eleanor D. Barton Prufrssor of .Irl A.B., Vassar College; A.M., New York I niversity; Ph.D., Radcliffe College. Arthur S. Bates I ' rojissnr iif Romanii- l.anguagrs A. a, llainilton CnlUKi ' : A.M., Ph. P., (■.i:ru-ll lliivcr-itv. Carolyn Bates InslriKlor in English H.. ., Mississippi State College for Women; A.M., ( ' niversity of Illinois. Belle Boone Beard I ' nifissor of Soiiology AM.. I.MKhhiirg College; M.A., I ' h.P., Hrvn M;nvr College. Richard W. Beglin Inslruitor in English H.A., Hamilton College; M.A., Cornell tniversitv. Jane C. Belcher I ' mfi ' ssor (if liiiiliigy A.B., Colby College; A.M., Columbia I ni- vcrsitv ; Ph.D., t ' niversitv of Missouri. TW Faculty Herbert W. Benario .Issislant I ' rojessur of (. ' laisiis K.A., City College of New Vork; M.A., Columbia l " ni versify; Ph.D., Johns Hop- kins Tniversitv. Miriam F. Bennett .Issislanl I ' rojessur of liinlogy . .B., Carleton College; A.M., N ounl llol oke College; Ph.D., Norihwcstern t ' niversitv. Gladys Boone Professor of Ei onomii s B..- ., M..A., Cniversiiy of Birmingham. England; Ph.D., Columbia Cniversity. Carl Bricken Professor of Musit B.. ., ale Cniversity; Student, Ecole Normale, Paris; Mannes School of Music, . e« Drk. Laura T. Buckham Professor of Roinanee Languages A.B., Tniversitv of Vermont; A.M., Ph.D., Radcliffe College. Charles L. Crowe Issislanl Professor of Philosophy . .B., Duke Tniversity; M..A., Columbia Tniversin. Wallace Dace .Issislanl Professor of English . .B.. Illinois Weslevan Tniversitv; .M.r.A., Vale Tniversitv; Ph.D., Tniver- sitv of Denver. K »J t . Faculty Arnold A. Del Greco Visiting Assocuili- Professor of Italian B.S., New York rniversity; A.M., Ph.D., Cohimhia University. Evelyn Eaton I ' isiling Liilurer in Creative Writing Fellow, MacOowell Association; Memlier, American Author ' s Association; Member, Poetrv Society of America. Faculty Patricia Horst Instructor in Physical EJucation B.A., Ohio State Tniversity. Cecile Guilmineau Johnson . ' Issociate Professor of Frencli M.A.. Johns Hopkins University. Maxine Garner Professor of Religion A.B., Women ' s College of the University of North Carolina; M.A., Union Theolog- ical Seminary College; Ph.D., Univer- sity of Aberiieen, Scotland. Marilyn King Instructor in Physical Education H.S., Boston University, Sargent College. G. Noble Gilpin Associate Professor of Music B.Mus., M.Mus., Syracuse University. Adelaide Hapala Instructor in Health Education A.B., Duke University. Milan E. Hapala ' ' ' .Issoiiate I ' rofessor of Government and Economics A.B., Beloit College; A.M., Uiiiversilv of Nebraska; Ph.D., Duke Universitv. Virginia D. Hermann Assistant in ( ' lieniistry B.S., Massachusetts InMitiite of Technol- Ernest N. Kirrmann I ' lsiting Lecturer in German B.S., College of the City of New York; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Uni- versity ; Ph.D., Northwestern University. Mary Ann Lee Professor of Mathematics .A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College; A.M., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Cornell Universitv. Esther B. Leffler Assoiiate Professor of Chemistry B.S., Pennsylvania State College; Ph.D., Universitv of Virginia. Katherine Macdonald Issoiiate Professor of Physical Eduialion B.S., Tufts College; M.. .. Universitv of Iowa 20 ♦ ♦•% ♦ Faculty Florence T. McCulloch Isslslant I ' rojisstir uj MoJirn l.ciiixi ' nX ' ' ' A.B., Vassar Collrge; A.M., Ph.D., tni versitv of North Caroliiia. Facult y Lysbeth W. Muncy Pio issor of History and Govirnmiiil A.B., Va-snr College; A.M., Ph.P., Krouri I nivcrsitv. Frances W. McGehee .fssociatr Profissor of Psydwiogy n.. .. Kniidolph-Macon Woim-n Coll.f;.-; Ph.n., Johns Hopkins I nivirsity. Lawrence G. Nelson Professor of I ' nglisli H.A., I.uthrr ColliKc; A.M., rnivirsiiy of lixa-.; Ph.D., riiivirsit of Virginia. Delfa I. Malvagni luslruilor in Physiial EJutalion Diploma, National School for Icatheis, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Ana Itelman School of Contemporary Dance; Renatc Schottelius School of Contemporarv Daiirc. LoREN Oliver Instructor in Art S.. ., John Herron Art Institute; M.F.A., Tulane I ' niversitv. Gertrude Malz Professor of Greek and Latin . .H., Swarthmore College; A.M., I ' li.D , (niversitv of Wisconsin. Iren Marik . ' Issislanl Professor of Miisie Ciraduate. Budapest College of Music; Piano Professor ' s Diploma, I.iszt -Academv of Music, Budapest. Peter Penzoldt Issociale Professor of Modern Languages licence es Lettrcs, Doctorat es Lettres; Iniversitv of Geneva. Sarah Thorpe Ramage Assoiiate Professor of English U.. .. Newcomh College; M.A., Bryn . la vr College; Ph.D., ale tniversity. Gerhard Masur Professor of History Ph.D., tniversity .jf Berlin. Lilly L. Rappaport iriiitney Professor of Physies Ph.D., Iniversitv of Vienna. Elisabeth F. Moller Professor of Psyi hotogy A.B., (Joucher College; A..M., Clark tni- versity; Ph.D., Cornell Tniversity. • On sabbalK-al leave, fiisl semester. 195S.I959 James A. Rawley Professor of History A.B.. A.M., Iniversitv of .Michigan; Ph.D., Columbia I " niversii . " " . A k % • ♦ -■ Faculty Carol M. Rice CuHege Pliysidan and Professor ujllygiinr A.B., Smith College; A.M., Wellesley Col- lege; M.D., University of Wisconsin Harriet Howell Rogers Projvssnr of Physical Eduiatuin A.H., Mount Holyoke College; Cirailiiate of New Haven Normal School of ' i m- nasties Marion Benedict Rollins Ifallan- E. Rollins Prof.sor of Religion A.B., Barnard College; A.M., Ph.D., Co lumbia Iniversiy; B.D., Union Theologi- cal Seminary. Richard C. Rowland Associate Professor of English A.B., Columbia College; B.A., M.A., Oriel College; D. Phil., Oxford University. Barbara Rumpf his ruclor in Art A.B., ' assar College; M.A., Institute (jf Fine Arts, New N ' ork Universtiiy. Facult y ii ' Elizabeth F. Sprague Assistant Professor of Biology A.B., A.M., University of California Johanne M. Stochholm Professor of English M.A., University of Copenhagen; Ph.D., Bryn ' Ma vr College. Jack S. Sturgell Assistant Professor of Education K.A.. University of North Carolina; M.. ., University of Virginia. Marguerite C. Suarez-Murias Assistant Professor of Spanish B.A., Bryn Mawr College; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University. Dorothy D. Thompso.n Rot kefeller-duion Professor of Chemistry A.B., A.M., Mount Holyoke College; Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. John B. Rust Associate Professor of Spanish I ' h.B., University of Chicago; M.A., D.M.L., Middlebury College. Andrew J. Schwartz Assistant Professor of Government B.A., I.infield College; M.A., Ph.D., Metrher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts College. a J V St ' ' St -j% p.| m ( ' j Bertha Pfister Wailes Issoiiale Professor of Sociology A.H.. Sweet Briar College; M.A., Uni- versity of ' irginia. Leonora A. Wikswo Instructor in Mathematus AM., Montclair, New Jersey Teachers College; M.. ' ., Columbia University. 22 1 •♦-%■% IN MEMORIAM DR. HELEN K. MULL esteemed Projasor of Psychology, died September 9, 1958. She had taught at Sweet Briar for three decades and was one of the most highly respected senior members of our faculty. " Her knoniedge and her values n ' ere exceedingly clear. " FACULTY NOT PICTURED MARjORIK CARRIER Inslnulnr in luliiuiln ii nnj I ' sy hnlogy ICTllEL RAMACIE Projessor of English A.B., Hci-toii Inivtrsin. A.B., Barnard College; A.M., Columbia I ' niversity; Ph.D., Inivcrsity of Wisconsin. W.XRRKN (WRRIIR liiiliitK I ' rojtssnr nf English ril(). l. S (i. S.ANPERS IssislanI Prof.ssor of Rrligion . .H.. Miami fniversitx ; M.. ., Harvard tnivirsii . .A.B., Puke I ' niversiti ; Ph.D., Coliimbia I ' niversity. JOHN R. SHANNON Instructor in Music R, JOHN . 1A r IHEW { ' nifcssor i,f French: us., Davidson ColleRi-; M.A., InivtrsitN of North Carolina. Director, Junior Year in France „ , . , , ., • ,,,,...,.,,, .•,,-, r- A • l.rCH.E IMBREIT I ssociate Professor of .Music .• .B., I nivtrsitv of New Hampshire; Diplome, Franco-.American . , . . .. , ... , „ , ,,,. . . , ,,, , A. H., Radclifff College; A.M.. Vassar College. Iiistilule of ichy ; Hocteur de I I niversUe (le ( lermont-Ferraiid. ARllllR I.. V0(;EI.BACK » Professor of English -.Aitini; llean, tirst semester, i )5S-i )5 j B.. .. esle an Inivcrsity; M.. ' ., Columbia ( " niversity; Ph. P., •■(In leave, i )58-i95ij I ' niversity of Chicago. 23 t f f ; , f.? - r : ' i f • ♦ • ♦ The Class of " 59 inakis their last Founders " Day cllnib to the Monument. Seniors take over Washington in " The Garden Party ' " (Novem- ber 21, 1958) The members of the Senior Class wish to express their warm appreciation to their class sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Detmold. 26 OFFICERS, left to right: F. Parker. President: B. Colwill, Vice-President; Gibson, Secretary: S. Ta lor, Treasurer. Senior Class The Class of 1959 has established an outstanding record in its four years at Sweet Briar. As Freshmen, this class set a high scholastic standard for itself by plac- ing a great number on Freshman Honors. This standard was upheld by those who received Junior Honors. The Junior Year Abroad attracted ten members of the class to study in various universities throughout Europe. The extra-curricular activities of the present Senior Class have been outstanding in organization and original- ity. 1956 saw the Freshman show titled " Bermuda. " In 1957 the scene shifted to " Jamaica, " theme of the May Day festivities. Junior year arrived and the Briar Patch arranged life at Sweet Briar in 1958 upon a " Chess Board. " In late November of 1958 the Senior Show, " The Garden Party, " returned to the tradition of a show- written and directed bv Seniors. The concept of women in politics was well received by Sweet Briar audiences, and will be remembered for years to come. Reaching the " Golden Stairs " last spring marked the beginning of several responsibilities which placed the Class of 1959 in a position of leadership at Sweet Briar. Student Government innovated the use of parliamentary procedure in its meetings. This new system allowed a great deal of business to be dealt with swiftly and uni- formly. The Sweet Briar News added interesting fea- ture articles and weekly columns to its format this year. The community is grateful to the Class of 1959 for the wonderful job it has done in all it has undertaken and for the fine example it has set academically and socially for the college. The responsibilities handed down by the Senior Class will be accepted dutifully but the positions will be hard to fill. 27 , r : ' : : 1 -f r • ♦ ♦ ♦ - W9 The Senior Class ERNA GALE ARNOLD Princeton, New Jersey " Ernie " — " E. G. " . . . machine gun mirth . . . eternal optimist . . . she had that wedding planned a year ahead . . . " Anybody got change for a phone call? " . . . Prince- ton townie . . . " Hey fellas " . . . those great jokes . . . " It all reverts back to your early toilet training " ... al- ways a neat dresser . . . " Oh for Pete ' s sake " . . . sub- scriptions to the Ladies Home Journal . . . brings joy wherever she goes . . . " Well, tried ' ' . . . that frantic every night letter for Ithaca . . . future t eacher: " Just let me at those young unformed minds " . . . gallons of ice cream . . . pictures in every size . . . marrying a maniac . . . " We could all go to my house " . . . stairways in one step . . . enthusiasm and corn. Psychology. Inter-Club Conned; Campus Chest; Stu- dent Development Fund; News; Briar Patch; Church and Chapel Committee; Dean ' s List. FORTUNATA AZORES Philippine Islands Fortunata . . . " Little One " . . . Philippine dances . . . Oriental grace . . . beautiful, slender hands . . . " Oh, it ' s so-o cold " . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . naps in the afternoon ... " I have to gain weight " . . . " How many would like mi-ilk? " . . . precious to us because her heart is full of understanding, goodness, and sincerity . . . dreams, specu- lates, and philosophizes . . . eager and adventurous . . . " Quo vadis? " Philosophy. International Affairs Commission; Ex- change Student Scholarship; Art and Music Club. 28 of Nineteen Fifty-nine SARA CATHERINE BEATTIE Atlanta, Georgia " Sally " . . . parties, pranks, and Psychology . . . the great romantic spirit . . . " I ' ve planned my life for the next ten years " . . . " Eating is a waste of time " ... " I don ' t mean to flirt " . . . " Long distance for Sally Beat- tie " . . . Goren ' s disciple at Sweet Briar . . . always lucky . . . four milks f er meal . . . dry wit with a Southern drawl . . . boudoir eyes . . . " I ' m going to make money and have a maid " . . . invasion of the North . . . " A heart so warm and gay. " Psychology. Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club. JANA BEKINS Seattle, Washington Jana . . . " where the sam hill " . . . fish heads and rice . . . time around her neck . . . hair cuts and curls . . . " Ridiculous " . . . " Don ' t feel like the Lone Ranger " . . . " Adios " . . . " if you came to visit . . . " " . . . I ' m not be- lieving it " . . . raisins, tabbies, kimona, her own private rogues, gallery . . . " Yana, Yana " . . . Bahama Mama . . . artistic but not " Beat " . . . the great Northwest . . . " I ' m sooo upset! " . . . monogrammed taffy . . . around the world on skis . . . sunflower, sunshine, and smiles. Art. Social Committee: Campus Chest, Treasurer: Stu- dent Development Fund: News, Headlines Editor; Brambler; Head of Games: Vocational Guidance Committee; Church and Chapel Committee; Art and Music Club: May Court. 29 ' ii r .♦ . f;f: Vf;,ff - -V iA:r.VAi:virv». ' s - The Senior Class of BEVERLY BONHAM BIRCHFIELD Marion, Virginia " Bebe " . . . piddle-dee-squit . . . " Let ' s discuss the world situation " . . . " hostess with the mostess " . . . why Y . . . " This is the first car I ' ve had where I can see over the steering wheel " . . . " Coffee, anyone? " . . . she looks into people as well as at them . . . sim-u-lar . . . " How do you spell ' Bible ' ? " . . . glorious nuculear trinklets . . . instigator of afterhour discussions . . . get serious. Religion. N.S.A., Campus Coordinators; YW CA. Presi- dent; Choir, Librarian: Vocational Guidance Committee; World Affairs Club; Tau Phi; Altar Committee: Church and Chapel Committee. MARY KATHLEEN BOYD WiLMETTE, Illinois Mary . . . " Mare " . . . song and dance routine . . . Lotsa- luck I . . . black goes with everything . . . Weavers, Scots Guards, and Beethoven . . . " I ' m on another diet " . . . " Pass the bread " . . . same fraternity, different chap- ter .. . Bartlett ' s equal . . . " squalor day " . . . Vodka on the Southern route . . . Sweet Swan of Avon . . . good old Nashua . . . " going to schmuck a cigarette " . . . coordinated colors . . . " just a tad " . . . American Patriot . . . ' I ' ve got something in my eye " . . . liver and onions . . . " ah, ish " . . . lost lighters . . . schizophrenic blind date . . . " croc " . . . tall, attractive and clever . . . snake lover . . . " But I ' ve only seen Monticello 49 times! ' . . glass eyes . . . may give in but never gives up . . . Wash ington weekends . . . Patchwork problems ... " I laugh for hope has happy place with me. " English. Campus Chest: News; Briar Patch; Art and Music Club. Nineteen Fifty-nine ELIZABETH BUCKLEY BRAWNER Atlanta, Georgia " Betsy " . . . star-gazer . . . green eyes . . . " What ' s that new yellow wardrobe for? " . . . permanent rogue ' s gallery now . . . Voulez-vous? . . . Oh hairs! . . . Frankic . . . " No classes today " . . . sleeps ' til noon . . . " NOOP! " . . . " Well, back on my li ' l ole plantation " . . . mint juleps and martinis . . . " I ' m letting my hair grow! " . . . mono- grams everything . . . French with a Southern accent . . . loves HOTlanta and Philadelphia (not Philly) , also, Callas and Renoir. French. Social Committee: Art cinci Music Club: World Affairs Club. BEVERLEY BROMLEY Gladwyne, Pennsylvania Bev ' . . . " Brom " . . . coon coat and green bean . . . " Really neat! " . . . knits nose warmers . . . hall waker- upper . . . " O.K.!!! " . . . only cannibal on campus . . . " more or less " ... ski travel bureau . . . " Golly day! " . . . always ready to start the fun . . . ace rug rides . . . Care packages from home — Swiss cheese and apples . . . " Not all that " . . . Norwegian ski sweaters . . . " I ' m going to change my hair! " . . . chin chopper . . . Hockey vs. Lacrosse . . . pearl bracelet . . . camera bug . . . " But I like frogs in the library " . . . world ' s best company. European History. Social Committee; Choir: Campus Chest: News; Head of Lacrosse: Varsity Hockey and Lacrosse. The Senior Class CATHERINE BROWNLEE Gainesville, Florida " B ' Lee " ... the chauffeur in blue and white nozzying across the mountains and tooting to Tommie ' s . . . " Hongy-gongy " . . . " I ' m going to fail " . . . " Mike, Mike, Mike " . . . time for lab . . . protons, neutrons, electrons, and Mike-rous . . . " Aris, Plate, and Soc " . . . bourbon and HjO . . . slurpy memories of Scotland, scones, and shortbread . . . tweeds by the ton . . . " The gym was crowded tonight " . . . how to worry in ten easy lessons . . . " After all, misery loves company " . . . perpetual puns . . . contagious laughter and giggles galore . . . " Science is a first-rate piece of furniture for one ' s upper chamber, if she has common sense on the ground floor. " Chemistry. Tati Phi. Secretary-Treasurer; Dean ' s List: Freshman Honors: ]umor Honors: Junior ear in Scot- Idnd. MARTHA AMELIA BULKLEY SouTHPORT, Connecticut " Patsy " . . . " P. Bulk " . . . majors in riding . . . scrut! . . . " I ' m not believing it! " . . . problems . . . " You fly " . . . Sabrina . . . Brownie — now and forever . . . the intellectual one . . . Sue ' s grey and red twin . . . " No, Bessie is my YOUNGER sister! " . . . " No, I want just plain gingerale. " . . . square feet . . . uh HEH . . . " Tomorrow I ' ve got to get organized " . . . " It ' s about this door, Snooper " . . . " S-U-R-E " ... It isn ' t who you love, it ' s that you love . . . " But, Miss Horst " . . . confusion . . . Blue is the color, never the mood . . . " Anyone want to wear my skirt with me? " . . . " Reflection of sunshine on a rain-spattered window. " Religion. Head of Riding: Jumping Leader: Senior Show, Head of Scenery. . i " lr% » " " 9 - 32 of Nineteen Fifty-nine VIVIAN MCLEAN BUTLER Montgomery. Alabama Vivian . . . latent genius ... 60 stitches a minute . . . Alabama bound . . . " It ' s only five more weeks! " . . . the ultimate in femininity ... " I turned out to be a cabbage instead of a rosebud " . . . gone to town . . . marvelous mishaps . . . quietly emphatic . . . early morn- ing Latin scholar . . . " Really, I don ' t read more than four books a week " . . . relaxed, neat and in command of the situation . . . Southern grace and beauty . . . " The first thing I want is pork chops and turnip greens " . . . laughter floating from 303. Latin. ELIZABETH LACY CHAMBERS Norfolk, Virginia " Liz " . . . " Lizzard " . . . " Spike " . . . sigh ... " I wish I had a ... " .. . P P Scarf ... " I have no Idea! " . . . smoker inhabitant . . . " I ' ve got to lose weight — bathing suit time is just around the corner! " . . . Zombie ' s keeper . . . hammer, saw, and splinters . . . naval hostess . . . night-owl . . . clipboard . . . roving reporter . . . " Night, night " . . . always conscientious. English. Intcr-Club Council: News, Managing Editor, Editorial Board: Briar Patch, Copy Editor: Vocational Guidance Committee; Tau Phi; Paint and Patches, Treasurer, President: Dean ' s List; May Day, Committee Head; Senior Show, Director; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. r ' : .: i:f..fi :fr ' ' The Senior Class of W X MARY CHEN Great Neck, New York " Skotisus " . . . lamb and gardens . . . " Give me light! " . . . " gotta water my plants ' " . . . grease paint and olives . . . " Ah — skeletons! " . . . " That darn sink is stuck again " ... " I think I ' m allergic to formaldehyde " . . . cucus . . . flicks and tape . . . " By quietness and humility the great land then puts down the small and gets it for its own. " Chemistry. Freshman Honor Scholarship; Y.W.C.A., Coordinator with Phyllis Wheatley Y.W.C.A.; May Day. Dancer; Senior Show, Head of Make-up; Science Symposium Committee, Hostess. ELIZABETH TUNIS COLWILL Baltimore, Maryland " Tuni " . . . " Greeta " . . . " the thing of it is " . . . " Let EUie drive " ... " I think Fll take a nap " . . . missing the last train from C ' ville . . . " Don ' t yield " . . . Hon- orary A ... " You know I never told that to anyone before " . . . lucky at cards ... she learned in Lucerne ... a stitch in time saves . . . " Clutch " . . . " I ' m going to diet tomorrow " . . . taxi service to Baltimore . . . " hangover " eyes ... the Carson cheer in Dew . . . " I ' m so stupid. " English. Senior Class, Vice-President; Co-Chairman of Christmas Bazaar; Briar Patch, Literary Editor; News; Art and Music Club, Vice-President; Chung Mung; Var- sity Basketball; Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; May Day, Head of Decorations; May Court; Phi Beta Kappa. 34 Nineteen Fifty-nine MARGARET CELESTE COOK YoRKTowN, Virginia " Maggie " . . . " Maggio " . . . " Mags ' " . . . keen sense of humor . . . Don ' t believe a word she says . . . practical jokes . . . Hiding in the bathtub . . Northern Southerner . . . Gray ' s Goren . . . Maggie, the cat . . . member of the intelligentsia . . . " Qu-i-e-t! " . . . nosedrops . . . Scot- tish and Scotch . . . Maggie drowned . . . Curls and smil- ing blue eyes . . . " Janet, didja get the mail today? " . . . midnight cow-chaser . . . " You don ' t know what happened at Yorktown? " . . . novels, novels, novels . . . escapades on the arcade . . . rum balls and care packages . . . Highland flings and kilts . . . early morning oblivion . . . traumatic experiences with gypsies . . . gaily sympa- thetic . . . " Good-humor is goodness and wisdom com- bined. " American History. News; Briar Patch; Art an J Music Club: World Affairs Club: Senior Short ' , Head of Lights: Dean ' s List. MARY HARRISON COOKE Elizabeth. New Jersey " The friendly Cookie " . . . " hey dahlink " . . . Secaucus has the pigs, NOT Elizabeth ... the stabilizer of Edin- burgh ' s Rose Street . . . " Threepence " a glass . . . well, YAWN! . . . saint who? . . . co-president of THE Mary Club . . . humor that won ' t quit . . . " When I do my harmony, I hear a symphony (?) " . . . sings with G. Noble Mozart . . . nee nee nee nee, nee nee . . . She ' s moving her pad to the " Met " . . . " You know? " ... a candy bar a day keeps — . . . menu maker . . . " Love those sweeties! " . . . twilight paper in the trees . . . fas- cinated by the " Aesthetic " ... in the sack ' til noon . . . open your eyes! ... a void in the place of eyelashes . . . " I am no breeching scholar in the schools, I ' ll not be tied to hours nor " pointed times, but learn my lessons as I please myself. " ' Music. Sophomore Class, Secretary: News, Editorial Board: Choir, Librarian: Y.W.C.A.: Art and Music Club; Vocational Guidance Committee: Altar Commit- tee: Aints and Asses: Q.V.: Sweet Tones: Song Leader; Freshman Honors: Junior Year in Edinburgh. 35 f , f : - t ♦- ♦ ♦ ♦j i 4 t f f -. ' The Senior Class PATRICIA BARRINGER COXE Darlington, South Carolina " Tricia " . . . " Pat " . . . Emmy ' s little sister . . . fashion plate . . . weakness for shoes . . . girl from Sooth Caro- lina ... A Cadillac, no less . . . lost license plates . . . " Groan " . . . " Well, listen doll " . . . mirror, mirror on the wall . . . organizing plans to get organized . . . Dean Hudson ' s biggest fan . . . circle duty, anyone? . . . gadgets leather bound everything . . . Huh?! . . . spastic conversationalist . . . " Exams may be worn in Fletcher " . . . Queen of the courts . . . whistler . . . like a choir of angels . . . " ohhh, stoppp! " English. Social Committee, Treasurer, Chairman; Jun- ior Class, Social Chairman; Student Development Fund; Briar Patch; Varsity Tennis, Head of Tennis; Altar Committee; Chung Mung; May Court, Garland Bearer. PATRICIA ANN DAVIS Plano, Illinois " Pat " . . . Patricia . . . " So what, who cares? I don ' t! " . . . problematic hi-fi . . . A-number-l saleswoman . . . extension cords, rain bonnets, Tommie ' s . . . Vogue high style . . . generosity plus . . . early to bed, early to rise . . . " If you think that ' s bad, you should see Piano! " Never lacks for beaux . . . loves to learn . . . Emerson and Dr. Rawley . . . ambition: to write the Great Amer- ican Novel . . . " I ' m going to be an interior decorator " . . . " you ' ll die, but I ' ve definitely decided to teach " . . . recipe collector ... the hostess with the mostess . . . " To give is the greatest of joys. " American Studies. Co-Chairman of the Christmas Bazaar; Social Committee; Student Development Fund; Boxwood Inn Committee; Art and Music Club; World Affairs Club; Senior Show. Head of Sound: Dean ' s List. 7 - : y.-J » 4 ' , •;.♦ ' .•♦.♦.♦•♦•••. of Nineteen Fifty-nine CLAIRE EVELYN DEVENER Batavia, New York " Charlie Claire " . . . " No, I ' ve decided that I don ' t have to get up this morning! " . . . weekend girl . . . continuous music . . . " Too much. Unbelievable " . . . " Yeah-uh-huh, good luck! " . . . " Joy " ' . . . " This time I ' m really going to let my hair grow! " . . . sun worshipper . . . Nassau in the Spring . . . summer school in Switzerland . . . roar- ing fire and J. W. Black Label . . . sports cars and " mop " ' dogs . . . gamine blonde . . . Southern Yankee . . . de- lights in a highly complex love life . . . moods from daisies to striped orchids . . . newest styles and pointed toes! . . . endless good times . . . never a dull moment . . . who else could leave a suitcase in Belgium, one shoe at Princeton, and the other at Virginia?? French. News- Briar Patch; Brambler; Varuty Bas- ketball. DIANE DOSCHER Riverside. Connecticut " Di " ... " I can climb any wall! " . . . three day nap . . . constant reminders of Italy . . . IG . . . blonde bomb- shell . . . Get your d hairs out of my socks . . . Sweat those exams! . . . madras is the latest for May Day Formals . . . Track! . . . zombie . . . Honky tonk piano . . . bug eyes . . . I ' ll drink almost anything . . . arcade kid . . . America ' s Cup Races . . . polo players . . Vodka and rowboats just don ' t mix! . . . unforgettable stop at the Phone Co. . . . " How do we get to Fort Early? " . . . joke time . . . bridge under the table . . . " Do you have an oogy? " . . . " Let ' s have a leisurely breakfast " . . . " A good heart ... is the sun and the moon; or, rather, the sun, and not the moon — for it shines bright and never changes, but keeps his course truly. " International Affairs. Briar Patch, Circulation Manager: Brambler.- World Affairs Club: Aints and Asses: May Court. ♦ .r y r 4 ' ' ' . ' ■ ' • K r ■. The Senior Class of JO ANNE DOUGHERTY Harrisburg, Pennsylvania " Jo " . . . Jeff ' s only woman (May h e rest in peace) . . . parties, politics, and polo games . . . sweetheart of Phi Sigma Kappa . . . rhe Nearness of you . . . " Because my Dad works for the telephone company! " . . . " Missing many eggs, Mrs. Brown? But I will eat them this time! " . . . cards and catalogues . . . passion for pins, and oh, those pincurls! . . . keep those shoes polished! . . . " Now who ' s borrowed my iron? " . . . another hem up today . . . lovely to look at ... no desserts after Wednesday . . . " So of cheerfulness, or a good temper, the more it is spent, the more it remains. " Government. Lady Mary Astor Scholar; Dean ' s List. ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE DUKE Greensboro, North Carolina " Boo " . . . " B — Duke " . . . " I ' m awake " . . . June 13th . . . burning the midnight oil . . . " It ' s a dean ' s office offense " . . . chapel bells on Chapel Hill . . . good pick- in ' s . . . barefoot at Nag ' s Head . . . famous 21st birth- day . . . does more than any three people you know . . . we ' ll have an apartment in Glen Lenox! . . . Sinatra fan . . . " get me up in the morning " . . . " It ' s about these trips to New York " ... " I think I ' ll smoke a cigarette " . . . British cheers . . . " What ' s in a name? " . . . big earrings . . . " Well, in North Carolina . . . " English. Honors Plan of Study: Student Government, Vice-President; Inter-Club Council, Chairman; Fresh- man Class, President; Sophomore Class. Social Chair- man: Orientation, Head: Y.W.C.A., Head of Worship; Choir. News, Editorial Board; Briar Patch; Head of Cabin: Paint and Patches; Tau Phi; Altar Committee; Church and Chapel Committee; Curriculum Committee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Q.V.; Freshman Show, Stage Manager: May Day, Com- mittee Head: Dean ' s List. 38 •■ ■» ' . ' ■♦ ' Nineteen Fifty-nine DEBORAH ALCOTT DUNNING Brooklyn, Connecticut " Debby " . . . Deborah . . . D.A.D. or D.J.D. . . . " tootle " . . . positive statements with a mischievous grin . . . " tea time " . . . tweed skirts . . . " I ' m in a funny mood today " . . . cheese and crackers . . . " Don ' t be silly " . . . lady in red . . . " Oh, dear " . . . " Now I ' m going to lose weight " . . . little English boys ' football socks — bulbous ... I lore Renoir — and Monet — and Van Gogh — and Michaelangelo and ... " ... a Connecticut Yankee in Queen Elizabeth ' s London ... a cheery word at any hour. English. Sophomore Class, President: YWCA, Com- mission Head: Choir: News; Art and Music Club: Bum Chum: Junior Year in London. %s. MARY SNOWDON DURHAM Charles Town, West X ' irginia " The Illustrious One ' . . . Big Momma . . . " Has any- one seen my little black book? " . . . busy, busy, busy . . . off to the hunt . . . wild and woolly weekends . . . " But I ' m not an extrovert " . . . bushes . . . sour hour . . . " Of course I know who ' s playing the ring game! " . . . Lou ' s big sister . . . the president of the Mary Club . . . " C ' mon group, let ' s get organized " . . . two hour coffee breaks . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . always loses at solitaire . . . " Bad " . . . " If I have to read another play " . . . tear it down . . . " It alnays takes Dulcinea a while to start " . . . dispeller of gloom . . . " Write me as one who loves his fellow man. " Drama. Inter-Club Council: News; Briar Patch, Bus- iness Manager: Aints and Asses, President: Senior Show, Stage Manager: Handbook and Key, Editor: Board of Publications, Secretary-Treasurer. 39 • • ♦ ♦ " ♦•J The Senior Class ANN MAYHEW EAGLES Anchorage, Kentucky " Annie-g " . . . weekends away . . . tweeds and tartans . . . veep of the Y — been to class project lately, Annie? . . . " LouVille " . . . organized confusion . . . mint juleps . . . sweeping statements . . . cross country on a rather spicy nag . . . Boston ' s best . . . Capaccino and sailing on the Charles . . . " you all " . . . It ' s long distance! . . . enthusiastic . . . imagination . . . camp follower . . . Bills . . . studies the college girl ' s bible — New York . . . " Woolly muffle " . . . meals come lately . . . That certain smile . . . long midnight chats . . . " That ' s a pun, hon " . . . side-long glances . . . gloves . . . shoe polishing par- ties . . . biking jaunts to Tommie ' s . . . choir cuts . . . records, bridge, and politics — fantastic adventures . . . to Paris with ecstasy . . . exuberant laugh . . . voice of an angel . . . " True goodness springs from her heart. " Religion. Y.W.C.A., Secretary, Vice-President: Choir: Campus Chest Committee: Briar Patch; Art and Music Club; May Day, Committee Head. ALICE GARY FARMER Louisville, Kentucky Alice Gary . . . " Oh, Leeeee!! " . . . THE ring . . . " Yes, it is pretty, isn ' t it? " . . . counting the days . . . fastidious . . . incurable romantic ... " I just can ' t stand these arguments! " . . . defender of the Sociology depart- ment . . . foggy organizer . . . innocent politician . . . The Lawn . . . weekends at the Barrens ' . . . faux pas . . . fluttering hands . . . sneezes and sniffles . . . ardent admirer of the K.A. ' s . . . genuine friendliness . . . utterly indiscriminate choice of radio programs . . . cheerful chatterbox . . . " She sits high in all people ' s hearts. " Sociology. Student Government, Treasurer: Freshman Class, Treasurer: House President: News; Briar Patch; World Affairs Club: Tau Phi; Who ' s Who m American Colleges and Universities: Bum Chum; Senior Show, Head of House; Patch Work Day, Chairman; Finance Committee, Chairman. 40 of Nineteen Fifty-nine CORNELIA FITZGERALD Charleston, South Carolina " Connie " . . . " Ficzipoo " ... A year in Edinburgh and 15 pounds later . . . uum, tea time and pastries . . . happy- hours with Hegel ... " I just don ' t know " . . . procrastina- tion and short cuts . . . " Who me? " . . . breakfast in bed . . . half-smoked cigarettes fill her pack . . . Shalimar . . . the epitome of an organized scatterbrain . . . the only radio lover in 304 . . . " I ' m so excited! ' . . . " Have you seen the pictures of my brothers and sisters? " Gauguin ... " I ihink I ' ll study in the smoker " . . . polishes shoes at all hours of the night . . . " Don ' t you think We lost weight? " . . . " Ah, why should life all labour be? " Psychology. Social Committee: Inter-Club Counal: Campus Chest Committee: Student Development Fund, Chairman: Bum Chum; Junior Year in Edinburgh: May Day, Chairman. LUCY ELIZABETH FROST Englewood, New Jersey Lucy . . . " Luce " . . . the reluctant senior . . . the hat, the grin, the outfit . . . expert skier? . . . " Well, in the North " . . . visits to the ivy league . . . the contagious giggle that becomes an epidemic of laughter . . . fun personified . . . MISCHIEVOUS . . . loves to shock people ... the rituals . . . " You can call me outdoorsy, but not wholesome " . . . " It ' s only because I ' m — " . . . " This has got to Stop! " . . . from the depths of pro- fundity to the heights of frivolity ... the chocolate drops . . . " Tomorrow " . . . pins by mail . . . seldom in residence from Thursday until Tuesday . . . " Well, I don ' t really know if I ' m in love. " . . . exotic eyes, rosy cheeks, a stately carriage ... a radiance . . . " Taste is the Feminine of Genius. " American Sti;dies. Choir: Campus Chest Committee: News; Brambler; Art and Music Club: Vocational Guid- ance Committee: World Affairs Club: Church and Chapel Committee. %.■ ' ■ :■,■ r. -♦ , The Senior Class of COURTNEY HOLCOMBE GIBSON Fredericksburg, Virginia " Curtney " . . . packages from home . . . Ferdricksburg . . . Dr. Gibson . . . monograms . . . " How hysturical " . . . beer and sand . . . Quantico Queen ... P. P. props kid . . . spraying the room ... " I think I ' ve got sleep- ing sickness " . . . finger nails . . . wonderl ' ui wardrobe. English. Judicial Board: Senior Clau. Secretary: News; Briar Patch,- Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club: Paint and Patches: Bum Chum. KATHARINE PEACHEY MERIWETHER HAGERTY St. Stephen ' s Church, Virginia ' ' Meri " . . . " I ' ll be ready in a minute ( — one hour) . . . nekkid . . . moments of crazy ecstasy . . . Princeton scarf . . . Harvard weekends . . . " Oh dear, Tyler, I didn ' t mean to throw the screen on top of you. " . . . devout Southerner . . . menace on an airplane ... " I haven ' t had time to clean my closet floor yet — perhaps in a few weeks " . . . beautiful curly hair . . . always laughing and gay . . . never any trouble with suitcases . . . impossible to wake up in the morning . . . " Dees anybody mind if ih eat all the fruit salad? " ... an incurable romantic . . . " She carries the sun in a golden cup, the moon in a silver bag. " French. News; Briar Patch; Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club: Church and Chapel Committee; Dance Club: Dean ' s List. 42 JT J :J •■J Nineteen Fifty-nine JACQUELINE GAY HART Short Hills, New Jersey " Gaye " . . . Miss International . . . hockey in a cap and gown . . . Queen of Diamonds . . . " marquise, please " ' Joy, " Champagne, and Escargots . . . The Met . . . . . dancing at the Stork . . . " If I only had a car " . . . " Long Distance calling " ... a sparkle on more than her finger ... " I haven ' t eaten a candy bar in six hours " . . . " yellow roses " . . . " West Virginia has a rugged beauty " . . . shining eyes . . . mishaps galore . . . many men came, but only one conquered . . . " Beauty blessed with wisdom. " Psychology. May Court, May Queen; Art and Music Club; Varsity Hockey; May Day, Committee Head; Harvest Festival Princess; Dean ' s List. JACQUELINE BESS HEKMA Greenwich, Connecticut " Jackie " . . . Hedda Hopper Hekma . . . sees all, hears all, knows all . . . weekend transformation . . . Merry Widow waist . . . darling of the Government depart- ment . . . wild exaggerations, e.g., " I go neeks without chewing gum " . . . champion radiator sitter . . . expert in the art of asking embarrassing questions . . . lazy athlete ... be kind to animals . . . genuine interest in people . . . both a borrower and a lender be . . . " Obriously! " . . . lunatic wit ... " I make the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes. " American History. Briar Patch; ll ' or J Affairs Club. I ' arsity Hockey; Dean ' s List. -.•.I The Senior Class SUSAN HIGHT Leicester, Massachusetts " Sue " . . . " Suz " . . . Viceroy of the Victuals . . . What? No paper due today? . . . early Egyptian slide filer . . . " What ' s that you ' re knitting, a rug? " ... Pi Kappa Dog . . . imitates " The Voice " . . . hollow leg . . . the pigeon-toed stride ... " I have a perfectly normal accent. I do NOT say ' anathin ' ! " . . . kilts and shetlands . . . subtle sense of humor . . . panic at the gear shift in her Hillman . . . " Does anybody know of somebody the Art and Music Club CAN afford? ' . . . never go;s to meals . . . " There ' s no NEWS this week! " . . . traveller . . . expansive wardrobe . . . hair . . . " Oh those Italians! " . . . music . . . generous with her time and energy . . . books . . . busy 26 hours a day . . . " It takes ability to hide one ' s ability. " Art History. News; Briar Patch,- Inter-Club Council: Campus Chest Committee: Student Develop- ment Fund, Secretary-Treasurer; Art and Music Club, Secretary-Treasurer, President: Tau Phi: Aints and Asses: N.S.A., Campus Travel Director: Lectures and Concerts Committee: May Day. Committee Head: Dean ' s List. JANE HELENE JAMISON Lafayette, Indiana " Mamie " . . . " The Sober Judge " . . . motel Mama . . . " If you ever get to Connersville, look me up " . . . hairs . . . free samples . . . " The world is too much with us " . . . good pickin ' s . . . " You mean a real one? " ' . . . " Bags of rice " . . . " We must do it " . . . sleeps with Buddy Buddha ... big " J " . . . " The cabin, ALONE? " . . . " if the phone ' s for me, I ' m not in " . . . CRAVINGS . . . " Jarj, give me a fark " . . . Central Park . . . golf balls, bear rugs, venison . . . " GRANDFATHER " . . . " Campus Chest. " American History. Judicial Board, Chairman: Stu- dent Development Fund: News; Briar Patch; Choir: Altar Committee: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Aints and Aises: Bum Chum. Secre- tary. , . " Cr:: of Nineteen Fifty-nine ELIZABETH CARRINGTON JOHNSTON Blac KSBURG, Virginia Elizabeth . . . The Scholar . . . Tribe of Nelson . . . " Anyone have any ideas for an editorial? " . . . dry cleaning . . . nights at " Garden Cottage " . . . meetings meetings, meetings! . . . pearls from the Pacific . . . " Will anyone recommend me? " . . . everything that ' s fit to print . . . pass for the periodical room . . . evenings with Uncle Joe . . . sincerity and simplicity . . . lots of laughter . . . new resolution: I ' ll start that term paper a month before it ' s due . . . gymnastics into the upper bunk . . . " She who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare. " English. Student Government Association, Secretary: Campus Chest Committee: News, Editorial Board, Edi- tor: Briar Patch; Tau Phi; Altar Committee: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Dance Club: Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List: Junior Honors. Emilie Watts McVea Scholar: Phi Beta Kappa: Manson Memorial Alumnae Scholarship. r VIRGINIA ANNE JONES HoRNKLL, Nlw York " Jini " . . . " J " . . . beautiful strawberry blonde . . . " J ' adore les francais! " . . . " It ' s hysterical " . . . daily let- ters from France . . . " Neeet " . . . " He absolutely must be over 6 ' 1 " ' . . . romantic mind — extravagant taste ... " I could have danced all night " . . . unsurpassed shopping sprees . . . Ivy weekends from Dartmouth to Duke . . . " Zut alors! " . . . Experiment gal ... " I broke my ankle storming the Bastille " . . . the unforgettab ' e Miss Jones . . . bonnie lass in a short kilt . . . lady a cheval . . . loves New York, or is it Paris? . . . tall and serene — ever clad in black . . . weaknesses — chocolate sundaes for breakfast, hats and smooth Frenchmen . . . " One puddle of Europe; one poo! among all I desire. " French. Campus Chest Committee: Briar Patch; Rid- ing Council: Art and Music Club. r 4 4 t The Senior Class of BARBARA ELAINE KELLY Teaneck, New Jersey " Kel " ' . . . Jersey jargon . . . " Teaneck, that ' s the other side of G. W. " . . . " In ' marriage ' today " . . . " what a riot " . . . " seriously " . . . " sweet Teddy " . . . the re- ception room in Lexington . . . J. M. Hall ... on a diet to gain weight . . . how many vitamins today? . . . " thin " is the word . . . " today ' s a half-fish day " . . . crumbs in her bed . . . " What should I do? " . . . it ' s the third blur from the right ... the Martians . . . " que sera, sera " . . . " Have a place for everything and have everything in its place. " French. Junior Class, Secretary; News; World Ajfairs Club; Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List; Junior Honors; Phi Beta Kappa. LINDA KNICKERBOCKER Charlottesville, Virginia " K ' nick " . . . Ladies . . . " Have you heard my latest faux-pas? " . . . instigator of pranks . . . Peanuts at Box- wood . . . " If it weren ' t for the gum chewers in the library, I ' d go " . . . hair twiddler . . . modes of trans- port . . . Little Chief and the late Green Pea . . . hyster- ical . . . weekend commuter . . . " Next Year? Who ' s done anything about next year? " . . . Windsor Hill — lodge for Lovelies . . . let ' s discuss . . . shuddap . . . " Who wants a rug ride? " . . . " and I had 19 Sundays left to sing " . . . " As she thinketh in her heart, so is she. " Religion. Judicial Board: News; Choir: Church and Chapel Committee: Anits and Asses: Riding Council. Nineteen Fifty-nine SANDRA SARA LA STAITI New Bedford, Massachusetts " Sandy " . . ■ " Pope " . . . neat and petite . . . " Cointanly ' . . . Barberino . . . sun, sand, and salt water . . . lost without lists . . . " Let ' s sleep till dinner " . . . whiskey sour champ . . . " Gotta wash my hair " . . . adventures in D.C. . . . paHties and caHs . . . vivacious . . . " There ' s something wrong with my metabolish — I can ' t move " . . . dancing in the rain . . . shining hair and a loving heart . . . parlor pranks . . . spaghetti in the dungeon . . . calendar of Generals and Blue Devils, Wildcats and Middies . . . " Someone help me make my bed " . . . vibration . . . " New Bedford is the gateway to Cape Cod " . . music and red . . . Arpege . . . Bay Bridge Boats . . . collect calls from Annapolis . . . Barefoot Contessa . . . " It ' s not that I love work less, but that I love fun more. " Sociology. Campus Chest Committee, Secretary: Briar Patch; Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club: May Day, Committee Head. BARBARA MCDONNELL LEWIS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania " Archie " . . . " BeeBee " . . . left in the middle of the road with nary a tree in sight! . . . waxed roses . . . found the neatest new drink . . . panic on the pedals, itchy on the ivories, but results ok! . . . D Doscher ' s Nibelungs! . . . trips to Philly with " Rosie " . . . take a mass pill . . . love that 3:00 A.M. sf ecial! . . . sour hour . . . track to the left . . . " But coffee grinds clean the drain " ... " I swear there ' s a mouse in here! " . . . No Doz and bike rides in the wee hours . . . Off to the Music Building . . . " Watch out! It ' s the Foo Bird " . . . never without her Bufferin . . . " Stepping up to this cage, ladies and gentlemen " . . . bad exam schedule! . . . " Be happy! Let all the number of the stars give light to thv fair way. " Music. Briar Patch; Art and Music Club: Head of Lake: Varsity Lacrosse: Aints and Asses: Senior Shon Co-Writer of Muuc: Song Leader: May Court, Scepter Bearer. r J ' : ' ' . ♦. ' i f ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ a: The Senior Class ISA MARY LOWE Louisville, Kentucky Isa Mary . . . " Ice " . . . " Ira Lou " . . . daily aft:rncon naps . . . " I ' ve got to make out a schedule " . . . relaxed efficiency . . . delightful diplomat . . . warm smile and sparkling eyes . . . from the land of bluegrass and bourbcn . . . hula hoop queen . . . Scarlett O ' Hara waist . . . cool, casual, and cosmopolitan . . . " Guard the door! " . . . wanderlust . . . parties make the world go round . . . " Will somebody please get rid of that bug? " . . . Colorado . . . " Rats " . . . " We ' ve got to clean up this room " . . . Southerner with Northern sophistication . . . " It ' s a mark of intelligence, no matter what you are doing, to have a good time doing it. " Psychology. Freshman Class, Secretary: Junior Class, Vice-President: News; World Affairs Club. KAREN LEE MCKENZIE BURLINGAME, CALIFORNIA " Mac " . . . water walking slippers for size lO ' s . . . Social Responsibility OR Old Folks at Home . . . secretly married . . . Blue Dahlia . . . " No sweat " . . . " How was the Stu. G. Meeting? " . . . rules? . . . " Any- one for Church? " . . " How ' s your beau? " . . . " The fellas think I ' m cold " . . . " Study you weenies! " . . . Aggie ' s Hot Tod For The Bod . . . gas pump . . . Man-O-Manashevits! . . . wonderfully naive. Government. Y.W.C.A., Commission Head: Student Development Fund: World Affairs Club: Church and Chapel Committee: Amis and Asses. • ♦•%•♦•- of Nineteen Fifty-nine VIRGINIA LORD MACKETHAN NORIOLK. X ' lKGlNlA Virginia . . . there was a little girl . . . raised eyebrows . . . early morning fog . . . au naturel . . . open house in Norfolk . . . inimitable accent . . . lovable and loyal . . . nightingale . . . " Hooray! liver and onion rings!! ' . . . fast talker with footkeeping time . . . " You know what I mean ' :: ' " . . . " Hand me the salt " . . . innate naivete . . . scenic route from the art room to Charlottes- ville . . . laughter in a little package . . . skinny legs?? . . . Dean ' s List darkhorse . . . perpetual motion 24 hours a day . . . decorated by the order of Phi Kap . . . getting the most out of life . . . " You give much and know not that you give at all. " Art History. Boxwood Inn Comrtiillce: Art and Music Club; ' jr ity Tennis, Head: Dean s List. VIRGINIA LEE MARCHANT Mathews. Virginia " Ginny " . . . " Orange peels, egg shells and apple cores " . . . the group optimist . . . scarlet gown lightening her way to the stacks . . . Internationally inclined, i.e. Europe and Harvard . . . Tum-tum . . . " It would be my extreme pleasure " . . . kilts and the Highland Fling . . . lota " Noyes " . . . " Yes, and I ' ll be there for baccalaureate, too " . . . Pasternak forever . . . bright-eyed and bushy- tailed at 5:00 A. M. . . . energy plus . . . lunch in her pocket and dinner in the periodical room . . . fresh air fiend . . . buzzing off in a little red bug . . . " Tell him I ' m at the movies ' . . . evening in Paris . . . Love will make a dog howl in rhyme. Government. Y .W .C.A., Sophomore Representative: World Affairs Club, Treasurer: Campus Chest Commit- tee: Student Development Fund: Art and Music Club: Curriculum Committee: Aints and Asses: Q.V.: Fresh- man Honors: Dean ' s List: Junior Honors: Junior Year in Scotland: Phi Beta Kappa. , r 4 ! . f;f■:f. ' f ' .Jt. . 4- ' _ The Senior Class of KATHLEEN CARMICHAEL MATHER Alexandria, Virginia " Kathy " . . . " tall blonde senior with the French hair- cut " . . . Mieux je connais les hommes, mieux j ' aime les chiens . . . travel weary? . . . Jack of all trades and master of many . . . perfect blend of humor and intellect . . . the court jester and philosopher of the E. B. Room . . . " Schentlemens, that reminds me of a joke " . . . Socratic method of questioning ... " I have no convic- tions " . . . Stix . . . depth of mind, thought, and sin- cerity . . . passion for requiems . . . ignorance was bliss . . . penetrating circled bedroom eyes . . . mind over Mather . . . " I ' m hungry " ... I see your point, BUT. Modern Languages. Brambler,- Choir: Tatt Phi: Fresh- man Show: Senior Show Head of Publicity: May Day, Committee Head: Deans List: Freshman Honors: Jun- ior Honors: Phi Beta Kappa: Junior Year in France. SARAH FRANCES MAYFIELD Cincinnati, Ohio " Sally " . . . " Vive la France " . . . rcvitalizcr of the World Affairs Club . . . " Don ' t wake me before two minutes ' til eight " . . . rambunctious moods . . . morning, afternoon, and midnight snacks . . . sympathetic listener . . . long walks . . . philosophical Utopian builder . . . calm nature ... " I have decided ... " ... good sense of humor . . . " For life and joy and for objects and knowledge curious. " International Affairs. News,- Choir: World Affairs Club, President: Tau Phi: Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List: Junior Year in France. fej Nineteen Fifty-nine DOROTHY ILLGES MAYHER Columbus, Georgia " Dotty " . . . " Now y ' all " . . . elongated Southern drawl . . . Georgia peach . . . always in the kitchen . . . brown- ies and toll-house cookies . . . love of music . . . Bach, Brahms, and Bartok . . . " Why isn ' t a Georgia Driver ' s License as good as a Virginia one? " . . . tutorer . . . future " Worldly Philosopher " . . . trips to Europe at the drop of a hat . . . shutterbug . . . exceptional color- ing — coal black hair and fair skin . . . " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in woman. " Economics. Choir: Art and Mmic Club: World Affairs Club: Altar Committee: Dean ' s List. ELIZABETH PENN MEYERINK San Mateo, Calii ornia organized cha, cha. " Lizi " . . . " Littibet " . . . " Dizzy Lizi " confusion . . . castanets in early A. M. cha . . . sophistication . . . Volkswagens and Lauderdale . . . tricky technique . . . romanticist . . . calls from Barcelona . . . Adam . . . Ski bum, Bota bags, hot but tered rum . . . broken bones . . . exaggerations . . . im peccable . . . " California, here I come " . . . sadistic . . long, late lectures . . . comical facial expressions . . " Lady is a Tramp " . . . black tights and plaid kilt . . Venus in the closet . . . Burnt Sienna alt . . . orchids on the brain . . . fashion illustrated . . . Beatnik . . . " T( Hee " . . . portrait of an artist . . . " Toujours gai and always a lady. " Art History. Christmas Bazaar. Head of Decorations: y.H .C. l., Publicity Head: Brambler, Art Editor: Art and Music Club: Handbook and Key. T ; ♦; •v The Senior Class LIZORA SCHOOLFIELD MILLER Richmond, Virginia " Lizzie " . . . " Zorro " . . . " Twinkle " . . . flustered . . . station to station . . . " Think I ' ll go to the farm this weekend. " . . . L.S.M. . . . " Oh, I ' m stuffed! " . . . sanka and pucker cap ... " ' Pose he tries to kiss me? " . . . rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes . . . charm bracelets . . . graceful curtsey to the queen . . . ten second showers . . . naturally straight hair ... " I couldn ' t ' ve gotten over a C. " . . . pinchin ' . . . " What ' d I say wrong? " . . . mischievous angel . . . " We can get the Wagon Wheel. " . . . fantastic introductions . . . perennial problems . . . a rainbow of shetlands. Religion. Senior Clan, Social Chairmari: Y .W .C.A., Commission Head; Student Development Fund; Briar Patch; Varsity Hockey; Tennis Head; Riding Council; Horse Show Team; Art and Music Club; Altar Com- mittee; Chung Mung; May Court. ' ' ' gfc JUANITA OGLESBY MIXSON Valdosta, Georgia " Nita " . . . silent but determined . . . long distance love . . . " I ' ll stop by the post office on the way to the music building " . . . violin, Verdi, violets . . . moonlight on the Tiber . . . " You ' ve never heard of Valdosta? " . . . com- pletely self-effacing . . . lovely hair and unobstrusive beauty . . . " Lots of famous people get off at Nahunta " . . . hair-cutter par excellence . . . subtle wit and not-so- subtle intelligence . . . seaweed . . . " Have more than thou showest, speak less than thou knowest. " Music. News; Briar Patch; Choir; Riding Council; Art and Music Club; Church and Chapel Committee; Chung Mung, Treasurer; Dean s List; May Court. of Nineteen Fifty-nine DOROTHY DANIEL MOORE AtI ANTA, GkORGIA " Dottie " . . . imaginative and impish . . . star-gazer . . . the irrelevance of time . . . Bunsen ' s Eelle . . . food and clothes self-made to order . . . Doris Day II . . . " It ' s unreal " . . . muscle legs . . . lovable answer to lawyer ' s appeal . . . atonal coloratura . . . Scotch is her High Road to Nirvana . . . that special smile . . . selflessness . . . unconcerned by unessentials . . . her nature is natural. Chemistry. Joint Council: Judicial Board: Y.W.C.A., Treasurer: Athletic Association Secretary: World Af- fairs Club: Varsity Basketball, Tennis: Q.V .: Fresh- man Honors: Dean ' s List. ELEANOR TRUAX MORISON MiDDLEBURG, VIRGINIA " Nellie " . . . stubborn reluctance . . . NEVER sleeps without Teddy . . . tales of Rose Street . . . " Daggone it " . . . " We ' ll never make it over the Alps in the Citro- en " ... ice is for munching . . . " Honestly " . . . " Don ' t worry, Buddy, that flea won ' t bother you any more " . . . Nellie ' s height and Nellie ' s depth . . . rose garden in- nocence colliding with Philosophy of Religion . . . Nellie and Welbourne-Incarnation of the ideal South . . . Hans Castorp with the tilted head . . . " Once upon a time, I dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly. . . . Suddenly, I awaked, and there I lay, myself again. Now I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butter- fly, or whether I .nm now a butterfly dreaming I am a man. " Psychology. Judicial Board: Boxwood Inn Committee: Varsity Basketball, Lacrosse: Q.V.: Junior Year in Edin- burgh: Dean ' s List. 53 r ' " „■■■ ' t 4 • ' The Senior Class of ALICE MCLEAN MORRIS Chattanooga, Tennessee " Alee Marse " . . . Rationeffeminatized . . . Kierkebard- ologist . . . " Here I stand — I think " . . . Dayum! . . . nightmares at noon, coffee at night, anemia always . . . " But, Mr. Crowe, you know, I mean, I don ' t know-but " . . . " Have you seen my hubris? " . . . " Dilly Taunt, the ambitious " . . . somewhere there ' s a wrunchscrugger . . . 126 Carson, the yellow museum where " all my possessions possess me " . . . graduate student waitress to pay for cigarettes and books . . . co-editor of Sacchrine Thome gang, Dramatic reproductions of the classics . . . Nelson- ian, Shakespearean, and Christian Apologetics in " Tragedy and Comedy, a Biased Interpretation " . . . " What you have said I will consider; what you have to say I will with patience hear, and find a time both meet to hear and answer such high things. " Philosophy. Brambler,- Tau Phi; Curriculum Commit- tee; Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Senior Show, co- writer; Phi Beta Kappa. t SARAH JANE MURDOCK El Dorado, Arkansas Sarah . . . " S.J. " . . . Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair . . . Moco . . . Long engagements . . . Steak . . . " Honey! " ... 21 wine . . . " Hey, you ' ve got a banana in yer ear! " . . . Grand Wizard . . . rebel with a cause . . . music without words . . . nightly phone calls . . . " Hiya " . . . red roses — and boxers . . . slim, stately, sophisticated . . . contraband chianti ... the only girl in the Senior Class who dates more than three times a week . . . integrate? never . . . Glamour ' s best . . . Blue Ridge Parkway . . . over the mike: " Wake up and Give! " . . . elephants ... a rosy glow . . . soon to be local yokel . . . June bride . . . Conservatism and States Rights . . . International affairs? ... the birthday gift ... a watch . . . weekly nail ritual ... " a loaf of bread, a jug of wine ... " ... " And let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing. " International Affairs. Judicial Board; Y.W.C.A., Publicity Chairman; Campus Chest Committee, Chair- man: Art and Music Club; World Affairs Club: Bum Chum; May Court; Dean ' s List. i ' tr,%: . Nineteen Fifty-nine VIRGINIA GRACE NASSIB Manhasset, New York " Ginny " . . . converted Texan . . . petite dynamo . . . " I just don ' t know what I ' m doing " . . . overnights and more overnights . . . BOB ... " I should be able to get this work done by 3:00 A.M. " . . . Lexington . . . natural curls that must be roiled up . . . " But I can ' t speak th; language " . . . Bonwit Teller . . . round bed . . . twink- ling eyes . . . sleep all day . . . " Darn, it ' s only Tues- day. " . . . strong aversion to the library . . . good things come in little packages . . . " If only I had a car " . . . Of)erator 24, please . . . " A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows. " French. Art and Music Club: May Court. Senior Page. ALICE FLEMING PARKER Franklin, Virginia " Fleming " . . . THE ring game . . . old lovers never die . . . teachers ' treasurer, deans ' darling . . . totally unpredictable personality — up one minute, down the next . . . " Please give me books for my birthday " . . . Dr. I.Q. . . . " What " . . . aberrations and lacerations . . . latest fashions . . . impenetrable early morning haze . . . nervous indigestion ... " I like being thin! " . . gung- ho Sweet Briar . . . " SO BODY ever loved Europe as much as I did! " . . . " she hath prosperous art when she will play with reason and discourse, and well she can persuade. " English. Honors plan of study: Senior class, President: News, Columnist: Briar Patch, Editor: Brambler; Art and Music Club: Tau Phi: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Freshman Shon, House Man- ager: May Day, Committee Head: May Court: Fresh- man Honors: Dean ' s List: Phi Beta Kappa. 55 Lv l The Senior Class MARCIA BRADFIELD PAYNE Rochester, New " ' ork Marcia . . . " Another meeting today — can ' t remember if it ' s Girl Scouts, my teenagers, or what. " ... the Stan- ley J. Glover girl . . . three letters a day . . . dare-devil schemer . . . head full of plans . . . " What am I gonna tell my parents? " . . . social worker through and through . . . " Listen y ' all " . . . never at a loss for words . . . just ask her . . . resolutions and remedies . . . money burns a hole in her pocket . . . " Can you do this? " . . . heart of solid gold . . . the laugh that comes from her toes . . . full to the brim of spunk and spirit . . . " Variety ' s the very spice of life that gives it all its flavour. " Sociology. Campus Chest Committee: Student Develop- ment Fund; Briar Patch; Voccitwndl Guulcince Com- mittee. i 4lk SUZANNE POHL Syracuse, New ' ork " Sue " . . . " What ' s this action? " . . . short engagement? . . . " Yes, of course " . . . " My love ' s coming " . . . " Char- lie Brown " . . . " Our marriage prediction test says " . . . nasty break . . . " Oh, Kell " . . . one out of every ten . . . just a hamburg and a bud . . . five papers down and one to go . . . perennial procrastinator . . . the list at last . . . napping and knitting . . . walking in the rain . . . " History is something that never happened, written by a man who wasn ' t there. " American History. News; Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club: Dean ' s List. of Nineteen Fifty-nine REW PRICE Chicago, Illinois " Bambi " . . . " What is this jazz? " . . . differential equations . . . explosive and most pervading laugh . . . 4:00 A.M. rendez-vous in the E.B. Room . . . " I ' m broke " . . . " Who ' s got a butt? " . . . intensity of purpiose . . . scramb- led eggs and ketchup . . . " Say! Does anybody want to go to the Virgin Islands? " . . . " Gotta hit the pad (3:00 A.M.) — Wake me up in an hour " ... on a diet . . . Coun- try Clubs at Tom ' s . . . sejours to the mountains . . . piano bench sleigh rides ... an honest and diligent student. Mathematics. Carnptu Chest Committee: Brambler, Advertising Manager: Amts and Asses. Treasurer: Science Symposium Committee: N.S.A., Committee. ELSIE QUARRIER PRICHARD Charleston, West Virginia " Prich " . . . stompin ' by the hi-fi . . . connoisseur of country music . . . straight-talking, sophisticated hill- billy with an international driver ' s license . . . pre-eminent contributor of unforgettable expressions — e.g., " Dingle- berry juice " . . . " Oh, grief " . . . leads with her chin . . . nap time . . . " Seriously, you all, I ' m really very fond of him " . . . loves O ' Neill and the Ramages . . . tailored, simple lines . . . friend to all and flatterer to none. " She reads much, she is a great observer, and she looks quite through the deeds of men. " English. Social Committee: Inter-Club Council: Briar Patch; Riding Council, Secretary: Chung Mung, Pres- ident: May Court. 57 ' . i H P • :f. ♦. The Senior Class of ANAIS CAY RAMEY Marshall, Virginia " Cay " . . . " Say ... " ... " Skinny Minnie " . . . dill pickles . . . the play is the thing . . . Grizzly Louis, Louis Rabbit, and Uncle Louis . . . " Claire, I don ' t think you ' d better " . . . eats a ton, gains an ounce . . . " Say bye, bye " . . . Bourbon and branch water ... " I sorry " . . . Thursday: 7:15, phonebooth . . . " Where are my ...? " ... Bay rum for B-E-A-R . . . " Tom ' s, anyone? " . . . model ' s figure . . . " Have a nice! " . . . the blue bug rides again . . . Southern charm plus Northern sophisti- cation . . . violets in a spring shower. Drama. News; Brambler, Business Manager; Art and Muiic Club: Paint and Patches: May Court. VIRGINIA ANN RAMSEY Fort Lauderdale, Florida " Ginn " . . . " Ginna " . . . Saturday night phone calls from New York ... a pack of gum a day . . . Midget flashlight . . . Tchaikovsky ' s Romeo and Juliet . . . " It was more fun " . . . hates fruits and vegetables . . . but " I ' m healthy! " . . . weekend ring-cleaning time . . . buttoned-up collars . . . quick puffs on cigarettes . . . " Oh my! " . . . great capacity to sit for hours at a time perusing text-books . . . " Time to practice the piano " . . . " I ' ll have to change these monograms " . . . " Beastie " . . . " Oh Really? " . . . " Let ' s go for a ride " . . . week- ends in Washington and New York . . . peanut butter crackers . . . Modern Bride. Government. Choir: Campus Chest Committee: Art and Music Chtb: World Affairs Club: Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List: Junior Honors: Phi Beta Kappa. u , •:. : [ So| -J Nineteen Fifty-nine BARBARA EDGELEY SAMPSON Hinsdale, Illinois " Barbie " . . . Mother of the K.A. House . . . burner of the midnight oil . . . always in a hurry but never going anywhere . . . vivacity and incredible enthusiasm . . . reams of applications for graduate school . . . mysterious admirers and correspondents . . . adopted daughter of the Barrons! . . . many N.S.A. meetings . . . " I ' m so happy for you! " . . . always willing to do anything for anybody . . . the life of the mind. " Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity. " English. Honors Plan of Study: House President: N.S.A., Regional Executive Vice-Chairman: Choir: News; Tau Phi, President: Altar Committee: Bum Chum: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities: Dean ' s List. MARY BLAIR SCOTT Richmond, N ' irginia " Maaaarie " . . . M.B.S. . . . tweed . . . Stuuukiel . . . All-American girl . . . eyelashes a yard long . . . label hound . . . the laugh that cracks like a whip . . . Mut and Hazel . . . weeeejuns, topsiders, kilts and McMullen blouses . . . hockey queen . . . " See you in the ' galley ' " ... a good Ass . . . " Don ' t you think I need my hair cut? " . . . good pickin ' s Feb. 14th . . . " Got to finish the needlepoint by June " . . . planned the ring game for three months . . . " How do you do? My name is Ursia Mandusia and I ' ll be your hostess for the tour " . . . " Jam. " American History. I ' aristy Hockey. Head: Lacrosse: Softball. Head: Junior Varsity Tennis: Aints and Asses: Bum Chum. President. , r f ' The Senior Class PATRICIA GAY SILLS Lynchburg, Virginia " Mrs. " . . . " Patrish " . . . from across the border . . . wishful thinking . . . the patter of little feet . . . good cook . . . bridge pupil of Professor Thomas " Charles Goren " Sills . . . " Blue Moon " . . . other {people ' s ciga- rettes in her ash trays . . . " Honestly " . . . her budget book . . . " Think I ' ll skip P.LP. " . . . lobsters . . . " Heavens, Tom! " . . . anything green is fine . . . " I ' m not believing it " . . . " A discerning eye filled with wis- dom and an abimdance of simshine. " Sociology. ANN COURTS SMITH Ormond Beach, Florida Ann . . . free, white, and twenty-two . . . the cheerful cynic . . . blonde and bronze with sand in her shoes . . . " narsty day " . . . soup and roasted chestnuts . . . muscles, Mercedes, and money make the man . . . bebop and blues . . . tortillas and toreadors . . . modern all the way . . . " Why did I cut my hair? " . . . " how divine " . . . " I ' ll take Spain any day " . . . great desire to live in Europe . . . " my Lord, Miss Agnes " ... " I wish they had a swimming pool " . . . feet on the ground, but restless and fun-loving . . . the more the merrier . . . " Yeah, but ain ' t it fun? " . . . " Antes que te cases, mira lo que haces. " Spanish. Art and Music Club; Freshmdn Show, Head of Scenery and Design; Junior Year in Spain; Senior Show, Head of Design. 60 of Nineteen Fifty-nine ELIZABETH MARGARET SMITH Charlotte, North Carolina " Betsy " . . . " The White Rabbit " . . . P-4 . . . a true blonde . . . perpetual blush . . . that Southern whine . . . " I ' m going on a diet soon " . . . feminine apothecary . . . " This is it " . . . after-dinner coffee . . . " What ' U I wear? " . . . loyalty to S.A.E. . . . bull in a china shop . . . fashion show favorite . . . nightly sprees at Ho-Jo ' s . . . " Let me read you something that will really get you " . . . young at heart . . . " The South will rise again " . . . sawed-oif shoes . . . " We just need three hundred more dollars to break even " ... a non-neatsie . . . " Didn ' t you eat any- thing? " ... a card for every occasion ... the art of note- taking. American History ' . Junior Class, Treasurer; Social Committee, Treasurer; Student Deyelopment Fund; Briar Patch, Engravings Editor; Altar Committee; Church and Chapel Committee; Chung Mung; May Day. Committee Head; May Court. N i GRETCHEN REED SMITH A.SHLAND, Ohio " Gretch " . . . " Gretch the Wretch " . . . Pooh and Piglet . . . angel food cake ... a star of P and P . . . pigtail girl . . . " Boston is so neat — I can ' t wait to get back! " . . . Rachmaninoff at all hours . . . eyes with a twinkle . . . meticulous dresser with an original touch . . . scarabs and blue leather coat — Ivy League enthusiast . . . " Clever imagination adds a spark to every occasion. " English. Sophomore Class, Treasurer; House President; Social Committee; Y.W.C.A., Freshman Representative; News,- Briar Patch; Paint and Patches, Vice-President; Tau Phi; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Q.V.: Senior Show, Technical Director; May Day, Committee Head; Dean $ List. f ♦ ,♦ . The Senior Class of 1 ■■ " i JUDITH MANARD SORLEY San Antonio, Texas " Judy " . . . " Jude " . . . " Jufe " . . . " Hiii!!! " . . . " I ' ll be down in the office " . . . ketchup . . . " Some day Liz and I are going to write a book " . . . Herbie . . . cooking with Mrs. Tucker . . . fruit cake . . . " P-4 " . . . " I ' m fieezing " . . . singing in the shower . . . organization per- sonified . . . apples . . . pet name for everybody . . . " Cud- dly-bug " . . . " It ' s one o ' clock and I haven ' t even begun to study! " . . . pecan pie . . . April showers . . . modesty ... " I can ' t stand it! " . . . Mexican food parties . . . " Wheee! " . . . Army brat . . . coffee hound . . . Loves everybody. Music. Student Government, President: Joint Council; Junior Class, President; Art and Music Club; Voca- tional Guidance Committee: Church and Chapel Com- mittee: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities; Chung Mung: Bum Chum; Senior Show, Co- writer of Music: May Day. Committee head: May Court. ELIZABETH COLLIER SPACE Savannah, Georgia " Polly " . . . " Polita " . . . dungaree doll . . . ooh those eyes . . . " Will one of y ' all bring me a piece of bread? " . . . bridge and Greek simultaneously . . . " If anybody calls I ' m in the smoker. " . . . " Have you done your sports summary? " . . . counting the days ' til spring . . . " How cold is it out? " . . . " Anybody for the flicks? " . . . daily diary . . . " If nobody minds I brought my own " . . . snowed over them all . . . early to bed, late to rise . . . cross-word wizard . . . Swizzle Inn and motor bikes. Psychology. Christmas Bazaar, Business Manager: Athletic Association, Treasurer, President: Riding Coun- cil: Horse Show Team; Altar Committee: Varsity Basketball: Bum Chum; May Court; Deans ' List. Nineteen Fifty-nine VALERIE STODDARD Worcester, Massachusetts " Val " . . . " Bubbles " . . . peanut butter and jelly . . . " What??? " . . . " Oh, I haven ' t done a thing all day " . . . " Stuart Little " . . . late hours . . . plaid skirts and hand knit socks . . . " Fm so upset, I have so much to do. " . . " It ' s simply unbelievable! " . . . snow . . . " nicty-ticky timbo ... " ... Life is just one crisis after another . . " Let ' s go to Drummonds! " . . . fuzz ball in furs . . " Let ' s take a walk " . . . lovable little girl . . . irresistiblv huggable . . . giggles . . . unknowingly unselfish. Government. YWCA. Senior Representative: News, Headlines Editor: Briar Patch; Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club: Altar Committee: Church and Chapel Committee: Chung Mung: Science Symposium Committee: Dean ' s List. MARY LEE TAGGARD Marblehead, Massachusetts " Polly " . . . " Toppy " . . . handknit by P.T. . . . keeps Jergen ' s in business . . . " sexy Rexxie " . . . kilted kid ... " I just want to be normal " . . . tigress of Tiger Inn . . . wrath in the bath . . . ride in a cab with a cowboy . . . shetlands and McMullen ' s ... " I need four malad- justed subjects " . . . flashless indoor photographer . . . beautiful brown eyes . . . ideas . . . lost in the fog in Marblehead Harbor ... " I can ' t WAIT to wash my hair! " . . . the mad hatter . . . masterpieces for L69 . . . long letters . . . " GOSH! " . . . peacocks and monkeys . . . " And all the loveliest things there be, come simply, so it seems to me. " Psychology. Campus Chest Committee: Art and Music Club: Dean ' s List. t h The Senior Class SUSAN SPOTSWOOD TAYLOR Winston-Salem, North Carolina " Bloom " . . . " Sooze " . . . they said it couldn ' t be done . . . she captured the Cuban Spy . . . " It ' s about these separations " . . . problems, but not in perspective . . . " Don ' t sweat it " . . . Attractive sophistication . . . that Vogue look ... my friend Leopold . . . " Don ' t slam your ncse in the door " . . . " Sure! " . . . quick wit . . . Queen of the " Phi Psi Lodge " ... " I demand my pork chop " . . . Richmond artist . . . phone calls from Newport ... " I guess rd better hit the lib and get a little work Religion. Senior Class, Treaurer: YWCA, Commis- sion Head: News, Advertising Editor: Briar Patch; Altar Committee: Amts and Asses. FRANCES TABB GORDON THORNTON Richmond, Virginia " Tabb " . . . Blairzy-Wairzy ' s little Tabby-Wabby . . . " Hiya " . . . " LXjck-blinds are cozy " . . . " Down at the Nursery School " . . . Mickey Mantle ' s rival ... " I ' bout died " . . . 1000 head bands . . . knits while waiting tables . . . " Oh, he ' s so dahlin " " ... " Fm NOT going to play the ring game " ' . . . heating pad . . . " Have you ever seen me cha-cha? " . . . walks with a wiggle . . . Dio- cesan . . . " Our next stop will be at the L M making machine " . . . snicker, giggle, hoah! . . . " She ' s called snow queen at the Hall. " Religion. Senior House President: N.S.A., Committee; Christmas Bdzaar, Committee Head: Social Committee: Choir, Manager; News; Briar Patch; World Affairs Club; Church and Chapel Committee; Varsity Hockey; Lacrosse; Chung Mung; Freshman Show, Script Head; Sophomore Song Leader: May Court, Crown Bearer: Dean ' s List. of Nineteen Fifty-nine NINA COOPER THORNTON Oxford, North Carolina Nina . . . Late to bed and early to rise makes Nina th: wiser . . . patience of a saint . . . moments of boundless enthusiasm interspersed with moments of calm . . . great powers of concentration . . . the smoker is her second home ... all night discussions . . . tremendous will power ... a new Southerner . . . loves to share her family . . . " Generosity makes many friends. " International Affairs. House President: N.S.A.: YWCA, Head of Special Projects: Inter-Club Council: Choir, Assistant Manager, Head: Student Development Fund: News; World Affairs Club: Tau Phi: Church and Chapel Committee: Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List. SARA SUSAN THRALL Weston, Massachusetts " Sue " . . . " Susie " . . . " Thrall " . . . brown shoulder bag . . . Boston . . . " Oh, did you know . . .? " ... a brown- eyed Susan . . . Brambler ' s Boss . . . publicity girl . . . posters for every known organization on campus, and a few others . . . Vermont . . . " Oh, naturally! " . . . " The proper way " . . . Flick team . . . Writers ' Work- shop . . . " Do you want to use my office? " . . . " Enter- tain me " . . . philosopher at Boxwood . . . wit, writing, and wisdom . . . " I ' ve always wanted glasses " . . . " My Contessa " . . . Shakespeare, Shaw, and Salinger . . . Har- vard . . . Versatility and creativity combined. English. News; Brambler, Editor-in-Chief: Art and Music Club: Senior Show, Head of Costumes: Paint and Patches. Xr " 65 , f ♦ . The Senior Class of SUSAN MARSHALL TIMBERLAKE Staunton, Virginia Susan . . . the lion tamer . . . pug nose . . . inexhaustible store of truisms . . . naturally curly hair . . . The Gig- gler . . . extremely delicate digestive tract . . . funda- mental belief: man leads, woman follows . . . slow mo- tion . . . call of the hunting horn . . . gentle, obliging disposition . . . Virginian through and through . . . " portrait of a lady " . . . monthly issue of Leatherneck . . . " She comes with gusts of laughter. " British History. YWCA, Class Representative: Briar Patch, Photography Editor; Riding Council: Sweet Briar Hunt: World Affairs Club. ■- m , MARY KATHRYN TODD Amherst, Virginia Mary . . . Full of thoughtfulness and charm . . . com- petent and gentle with her Brownie Scouts . . . quiet, sweet, and generous . . . Never too busy or preoccupied for other people ' s problems . . . " Call me if you need me " . . . " Is there anything I can get for you? " . . . Her ' s is that quality of dependability coupled with genuine friendliness. Psychology. - ••♦•♦•♦ Nineteen Fifty-nine ALICE KATHLEEN TYLER Thomasville, Georgia " AKT " . . . " Good ole Kathy from Georgia " ' . . . " I ' m a very opinionated person " . . . socks sliding down in shoes . . . " Unreal " ... " — and one thing and another " . . . knows all the latest news . . . " What ' s up? " . . . It ' s a Dean ' s Office offense " . . . " Six plays a day keeps the doctor away " . . . " THIS is the problem " . . . never a dull moment . . . " What am I to do with three room- mates in love? " . . . keeps up a nightly Dace . . . straight- jacket cast didn ' t stop her . . . vim, vigor, and vitahty . . . good pickin ' s . . . " I ' m fixin ' to do it " . . . " You know me, I can ' t keep my mouth shut " . . . going places and doing things . . . TG-TG party. Drama. News, Business Manager, Advertising, Co-edi- tor: Briar Patch, Advertising Manager; Head of Cabin: Art and Music Club: Paint and Patches, Secre- tary: Altar Committee: Bum Chum, Treasurer: Fresh- man Honors: Dean ' s List. DOROTHY HUNTER ULF Cleveland, Ohio " Deed " . . . " Lil " . . . " Deedle " . . . " Dede " . . . " Oh! Now Stop! " . . . big blue eyes ... " I don ' t know, I really don ' t know! ' ' . . . April showers . . . Goad for you! " . . . contagious laugh . . . apricot juice . . . campus abode: the Ps -ch lab . ' Wha advocate of three meals a day ... " I can ' t stand it! " . . . knee socks and matching shetlands . . . alwa s intending to write letters . . . " Pengee " . . . pajama girl . . . eternal sincerity and good humor. PsvcHOLOGV. Judicial Board, Junior Representative, Vice-chairman; Social Committee: News; Art and Music Club: World Affairs Club; Bum Chum; May Court. » I i. ■ »■. ♦■. ' ■ W l The Senior Class JULIA CHRISTIAN WATTS Huntington, West Virginia " Judy " . . . Let ' s go to Boston . . . Scotch and water . . . a heart of gold . . . " Ugh, it ' s laundry day " . . . rabbit, rabbit, rabbit . . . career girl (?) ... " Wake me up for supper " . . . " Everything comes to those who wait " . . aversion to nylon . . . " Why did I major in chemistry? " . . " How do you spell — ? " . . . Winstons and bridge . . " To the lab — where did you think I was going? " . . " You all, let me tell you about what happened. " . . " Faithfulness and sincerity first of all. " Chemistry. Art and Music Club; World Ajfatrs Club: Freshman Show Assistant Stage Manager; Senior Show, Assistant Stage Manager. RUTH DORNEY WEAVER Baltimore, Maryland " Ruthie " . . . sensational soft shoe shuffle in the fresh- man show . . . logician extraordinaire . . . the knitter . . . the indestructible, incorruptible romance . . . rahther casual (department of understatement) . . . mind of her own . . . ready, willing, and able . . . reverberating voice . . . Anyone for tennis, hockey, and basketball, volley- ball, Softball, or lacrosse? . . . piles of A. A. account books . . . martinis with two olives . . . " For her heart is like the sea, ever open, brave, and free. " Mathematics. Student Development Fund, Treasurer; May Day, Dancer; Athletic Association, Treasurer; Var- sity Hockey, Head; Basketball; Lacrosse: Art and Music Club. 68 of Nineteen Fifty-nine JANE WHEELER Leominster. Massachusetts " Janie " . . . pahk the cah in Hahvahd yahd . . . reserved seat in the reading room . . . cashmeres and culture . . . circle pins . . . summers on Cape Cod . . . everything matches . . . " Which class shall I cut today? " . . . " A " . . . weekly collection counting . . . midnight theology . . . trilingual . . . family portrait gallery . . . men from Maine to Georgia . . . black pajamas for phone duty . . . down at the workshop . . . " Haven ' t had a cigarette since Sunday " . . . afternoon coffee at the Date House . . . " She cultivates refinement without extravagance and knowledge without pedantry. " Religion. Student Development Fund: News; Bramb- LER, Editorial Board; Church and Chapel Committee, Treasurer; Dean ' s List; Junior Honors; Phi Beta Kappa. N ANNE CAMILLA WIMBISH Louisville, Kentucky Anne . . . " Chieh Chieh " . . . top knot and bangs ... the classical scholar . . . naive, but learning . . . " Save some for Winkie " . . . soup and celery — " But I ' m going to be svelte. " ... the fertility charm . . . Junior year in Ken- tucky . . . cracker-snatcher and cake-baker . . . " Help me write this letter. " . . . little-girl charm with an old-fash- ioned air . . . " Wait till I brush my teeth. ' " . . . Scotch and Soda . . . love comes first . . . " I ' ll try one, but what is it? " . . . " Et tu, Mr. Benario? " . . . " To live long it is necessary to live slowly. " Latin. News; Art and Music Club; Vocational Guid- ance Coynmittee. 69 f ' ' ' ' ♦ ' 7-V}:r The Senior Class JANE EDITH WINJE Omaha, Nebraska Jane . . . cokes and crackers . . . blue jeans . . . " In psych we learned — ' " . . . Omaha — geographical center of the U.S.A. . . . overdue library books . . . wine, cheese, and Rich . . . New Trier sweat shirt . . . words, wit, and wisdom . . . French 75 ' s . . . casual . . . book clubs and more book clubs . . . Fearsome Fendall Four . . . " Dah- ling " . . . wicked wink . . . that red corduroy dress . . . " Do I flunk if my fish die? " . . . dimples ... " I forgot my glasses " . . . child of Freud . . . Where ' s Jane? — asleep . . . friendly persuasion . . . French chatter . . . " True wit — what oft was thought, but ne ' er so well expressed! " Psychology. LUCIA WALLER WOODS Lake Forest, Illinois " Lucia " . . . " Loosh " . . . " Oh, that ' s such fun! " . . . her turtle . . . " I ' ve lost something — this is sooo terrible! " . . . never-ending lists . . . " people " . . . early to bed and early to rise . . . hula hoop . . . trips to New York . . . " Good morning " .... town and country clothes . . . resolutions and ideas . . . Van Gogh and Jacques Villon . . . The Juggler of Our Lady . . . shuffler in the hall . . . seen every play ever produced . . . loves to eat . . . " please type my term paper " .... little things mean a lot. English. InterClub Council: Briar Patch; Vocattoiul Guidance Committee, Secretary, Chairman; World Af- fairs Club; Paint and Patches; Senior Show, Head of Props. of Nineteen Fifty-nine HALCIA ANN YOUNG Haverford, Pennsylvania " Young ' un " . . . " Tonight " . . . " Rosie ' s out of oil " . . . ratbreath, " Let ' s go to Tom ' s " . . . Senior Show? . . . " How you fixed for features? " . . . many mice, rare- ly rats . . . " Yeh man " . . . " Lots of shoes " . . . retired Goof . . . " Grendel ' s Mother " . . . rebel on the Main Line . . . OMAHA . . . fruit boots . . . " Hello Lady " . . . Y skit . . . butternut . . . musical beds . . . " Unreal " . . . " Would you mind cutting off the light before you go, George? " . . . " It ' s galley time " . . . " Scrut " . . . " Later " . . . never a dull moment. English. Inter-Club Council: Social Committee: News, Feature Editor: Briar Patch, Senior Write-ups Editor; Altar Committee: Dance Club: May Day, Committee Head: Ainti and Asies: Q.V .: I ' reihman Shorv, Pro- ducer: Senior Show, Co-writer. The Senior Class of i •■ ■«■♦■ Nineteen Fifty-nine S ' P : :«lfei OFFICERS, hi I to rinhl: Siitlle, Treasurer: Beam, ,St cr. Jry; L. Martin, Presidenl; Towill, V icePreiideiil. Junior Class " With our sights set high As we reach for the sky . . . " ' Sings the class of 1960 from the Junior bench, smiling at the memory of themselves as a slightly bewildered, but spirited group of Poohs at their first step-singing. Three years later, these lines still express their enthusiasm and ambition, and the Junior Class has shown that ' ' We ve got what it takes To make a go of our years Here at the Patch. " This vear has been an important one for the Junior Class. They accepted their traditional reponsibilities, and added their special abilities and interest to produce out- standing results with the Christmas Bazaar and Thf Briar Patch. Throughout the ear Junior Bum Chums and Sweet Tones have boosted class spirit and enter- tained the college. The Junior Council, which the class instigated fresli- man year to aid class projects and problems, and which has been continued during their three years at Sweet Briar, is only one manifestation of their enthusiasm. Liv- ing on the same side of campus for the first time, be- coming engrossed in their major fields, and supporting their Y project with volunteer work at the Lynchburg Training School and Hospital, all this has strengthened the unity of the class. The Junior Banquet brought the year to a fitting cli- max, as the Juniors received their class rings and made a mad rush for the " Golden Stairs, " marking one more step in their " race to the top of all the rest. ' 75 , •) t Jane Andrews Carol Barnard Judith Barnes The Junior Class Dorothy Barnwell Barbara Beam Nancy Beekman Barbara Bowen Laurel Brown Starr Bullis Linda Canaday Lura Coleman Patricia Collyer of Nineteen Sixty Margaret Cook Joyce Cooper Nancy Cornell Judith Cowen Eleanor Crosby Ann Crowell Eizabeth Dew Marv Ellen Dolis Jane Ellis Tila Farreli Elizabeth Few Elizabeth Forsyth f V 77 ' f7 ' t■ ' V The Junior Class Susan Galleher Gaye Gardner Carolyn Gough Dorothy Grant Keating Griffiss Jane Haldeman V f Joanne Harrier Susan Hartwell Gail Hayman Jane Headstream Jane Hilton Min Ho 78 of Nineteen Sixty - Janet Holmes Karen Janssen Louise Jenkins Alice Jones Donna Kerkam Margaret Kistler Diana Ladden Deborah Lane Brownie Lee Gail Lloyd Carol Lord Arv Jane Lotterhos 79 ' •i Mollie McDonald Page Tucker McFall Margot McKee The Junior Class Jacqueline Mabie Lucy Adelle Martin Janet Maynard Elizabeth Meade Jean Morris Diana Muldaur . Barbara Murphy Clare Newman Carter Nichols 80 of Nineteen Sixty Kadri Niider Marianna Olivcri Norvell Orgain Norma Jean Patteson Charitv Paul Anita Perrin Patricia Powell Elizab eth Quaile Barbara Reeves Suzanne Reitz Anne Rienecke Patricia Russell ♦ The Junior Class Margaret Saur Linda Sims Ann Devore Smith Gwen Sped Mona Stiles Suzanne Styer Grace Suttle Jane Tatman Julia Scott Todd Rebecca Towill Yolande Tsai Sarah Underhill of Nineteen Sixty Isabel Ware Ann Weingart Nina Wilkerson Marydee Wimbisli Heidi Wood NOT PICTURED Judy Berkeley Mary Jo Klein ' . fl ' d [) k) 1 83 4 • • ' ' The Junior Class of Nineteen Sixty . :::: f ' fWfr V Juniors UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANDREWS, SCOTLAND Carolyn King Norris Smith UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH Elsie Burch Nancy Corson Mary Robertson Quid X- SWEET BRIAR JUNIOR YEAR IN FRANCE Annie-Laurie Martin Adrianne Massie Frances Newman I " ii Ellen Pringle Renate Weickert Gale Young • ■ ■ ' i ' a. a A Abroad SMITH COLLEGE JUNIOR YEAR IN SPAIN Kathleen Knox NEW YORK UNIVERSITY JUNIOR YEAR IN SPAIN Valerie Hnot WESTFIELD COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON Mary Laird A % ' FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS Anna Garrer Overveen The Netherlands Sue Wedderburn Edinburgh, Scotland • " ♦ . ' ♦ ♦ % OFFICERS, . lo nahl: Privost, Preudciil ; W. Storey. uc-Presidcnl: Ayers, Secretary: B. Newman. Jr Sophomore Class The fabled " Sophomore Slump " has been no menace to the Class of 1961. They have perfected a successful cure for this lapse by blending maturity and healthy enthusiasm in all their efforts. The Sophomores have filled their time with many use- ful activities. First on the agenda was acting as Big Sisters in orienting the Freshman Class. After the " Nannies " had told their " Eloises " not to pour water down the mail chute they tackled sandwich selling in the dorms one evening a week. And did they launch a boom- ing business! Congratulations are also due the class for making the most funds on record at the Christmas Bazaar. For this they are indebted to Miss King and her talent for carica- ture. As their sponsor, Miss King is a lively participant in all " her class ' s " activities, joining them at parties and at Tucsda - night dinner in the Refectory. Proverbial " lovers of wisdom, " the Sophomores de- lighted in discussion. In class meetings and at Soph- omore Council they aired opinions on every subject, and never tired of talking about class activities such as their trips to Watts School and the Christmas party they gave the children there. Their most enthusiastic venture was a cocktail party in the Spring with a combo — " only for Sophomores. " The whole school will never forget their May Day, which every year is the big Sophomore project. After a mmor skirmish with the Student Body, they brought a " really great " band, none other than Tommy Dorsey ' s orchestra, to Sweet Briar for a memorable weekend in " Merrie England. " " The Class of 1961 has won the admiration of all Sweet Briar for its enthusiastic spirit and mature pro- gram of activities. J f r r - ■_ ■ l.j t Susan Aborn Lynn Adams Lynette Almen Beverly Ambler Patricia Anderson Susan Applegate Jane Arensberg Judith Atkins Simone Aubry Beverly Ayers Anne Babson Stephanie Barutio Maury Bethea Barbara Beury Barbara Billo Caroline Birdsall Sarah Bohannon Eleanor Boothe Jeanne Bounds Carolyn Boyd Francisca Brackenric Eleanor Briggs Sandra Brown Elizabeth Bulkley The Sophomore Class fe V g: him 5 € t -.v v. - w of Nineteen Sixty-one Faith Bullis Catherine Caldwell Lucy Canary Marv Carmichacl Suzanne Carr Andrea Chaikowski Martha Ann Chandler Helen Chapman Louise Chapman Barbara Childrey Louise Cobb Rosalind Cohen Mary Collett Eleanor Colwill Anne Cone Susan Cone Laura Conway Janet Cook Dale Cooper Nancy Coppedge Mary Cosby Jill Crawford Susan Decker Marilyn Dreesman c ' V 0 V i i - t ■_ The Sophomore Class ( fs r I ' r f f Linda Evans Willia Fales Anne Farnam Emily Fitzhugh Carolyn Foster Bre ida Frazer Maria Garnett Jane Garst Mary Gibbs Lucy Giles Amelia Gray Judith Greer Katrina Groat Margaret Gwathmey Nancy Hall Sally Hamilton Ann Hammond Judith Harris Penelope Harrison Dorothy Haskell Judith Haskell Sheila Haskell Jane Hatrhc - Marjorie Hill of Nineteen Sixty-one i f f ' JH i 4 - •w r Sara Himes Martha Jane Holland Barbara Ann Horton Elizabeth Hutchins Marybelle Iliff Lucy Israel Julia Johnson Julie Ruth Johnson Ruth Jones Cornelia Jordan Mary Hunter Kennedy Chloe Lansdale Dominique Lathrop Linda Lewis Lucinda Lovvry Marion Lucas Virginia Lutz Joan Frances Lux Mary MacKenzie Linda McArthur Margaret McCall Elizabeth Marble Sally Mathiasen Lida Matthews .,jfi The Sophomore Class Kristin Merritt Marion Moltz Mildred Newman Julie O ' Neil Mary Owens Sally Owens Rosalie Owings Annabel Pagan Marion Parrott Elizabeth Pease Virginia Penn Suzanne Philion Marie Pickering Adora Prevost Ann Prichard Kathryn Prothro Marie Teresa Reece Christine Reyelt Anne Rogers Judith Rohrer Ella Rolph Suzanne Ruffin Ann Rutherford Elinor Scherr ■-.■ •,• . •A ' : of Nineteen Sixty-one Caroline Schwartz Marv Dennv Scott Suzanne Seaman Anne Semmes Vicki Shorts Ann Sinwell SalHe Small Claiborne Smith Janna Staley Patricia Stanton Diane Stevens Margaret Storey Winifred Storey Sue Stubbs Annabell Sweeney Suzanne Taylor Lucie Thrasher Marta Tucker Susie Venable Margaret Wadman Rue Wallace Suzanne Wallace Dicksie Waterhouse Roberta Wawro P V f V IE f » ?! 95 LijVi The Sophomore Class ytz V Emily Whaley Paige Wilkerson Celia Williams Sandra Wilson Anne Worboys Ellen Yates Betty Yeager NOT PICTURED Nancy Bloomer Anne Marbury Sara Finnegan Marylee Matthews Mary Anne Horner Tay Mooradian Alicia Laing Lynne Nalley 96 ■VV " v A V. ' AV ' of Nineteen Sixty-one ■-.W] ' ' ■ ' 1 d ....v -, v v . .-.- OFFICERS, lejl to right: Fort, Trcauirer; L. Durham, It: liar!-,, l ' .i:t:-I ' rLi.dunt; M. Anderson, Secretary. Freshman Class " Wheel I absolutely love to skibhle off to handbook class, " yelled an Eloise. This was the beginning, and now the Eloises have skibbled through a year of orientation, Freshman Honors, a Sweet Briar News issue and the Freshman Show. They have handled all of these activ- ities with energy, organization and the usual amount o. " helter-skelter " which befits an Eloise class. As soon as the Eloises arrived with their Skipperdees and Weenies, they began sklonkirg around the Sweet Briar campus like crazy! " Oops, I ' ve got to register. " " Let ' s pour water in her mail bo. . ' ' They were busy all right! But along with the fun they took a real interest in everything that went on. They hemmed Senior robes, fought for the Hitching Post u -.- til it (and they) gleamed with black paint, sang their step-smging songs with gusto, elected officers and par- ticipated in campus activities with excellent Eloise be- havior. Naturally, during the year, with bridge games and exams, the Eloises let their hair down, and occasionally one sock would fall or a jumper strap would break. But on the weekends — the Eloises tripped out on very high heels and everything was beauty par excellence; they continued to set men ' s colleges in an uproar. The Eloises have finished their first year at the Patch. From the way they have skibbled and sklonked and been a very important part of Sweet Briar, it is safe to assume that during the next three cars they will still be sing- ing: " The Class of ' 62 is here to say That we ' re just tops in every way. " 99 t f » r f. " The Freshman Class Jean Abbott Judith Abernetliy Sarah Adams Jane Aldrich AUce Allen Anne Allen Elizabeth Altgelt Ann Miller Anderson Jacqueline Arbury Marcia Armstrong Eleanor Backus Beatrice Bailly Gray Baird Martha Baum Nancy Blanton Virginia Borah Anne-Bruce Boxlcy Mary Brush Jane Bryan Linda Byrd Marjorie Caine Blake Campbell Mary Elizabeth Campbell Marie Louise Carney Colette Carozza Katherine Carter Fernanda Castelli Elizabeth Cate Jessie Christie Elisabeth Cochrane Iris Coggins Caroline Coleman Cynthia Comer Laura Connerat Patricia Cox Jane Cripe Katharine Crommelin Carol Davis Leslie Davis Kathryn Dienst Q € f Pi I? (v) fv v 1 g ' o v r- p 100 of Nineteen Sixty-two Ann Dillabough Anne Dismukes Douglas Dockery Nancy Duncan Anne Dunlap Louise Durham Frances Early Heather Edgar Jean Egolf Parry Ellice Linda Emery Selwyn Evins Elizabeth Farmer Elizabeth Fleet Nancy Fleshman Chloe Fort Elizabeth Frazier Jean Gantt Mabel Irene Garrity Tolise Gathings Carroll Gatliff Jean Gilliland Deborah Glazier Marilynn Graf Marilou Green Cornelia Green Terry Gridley Catherine Grinnan Joan Gueymard Brooke Hamilton Mary Hannah Molly Harris Cornelia Harrison Judith Hartwcll Dulcie Hcintz Ray Henley Louise Henry Leslie Heye Lynn Hoffman Elise Hooker C o C The Freshman Class fi Nancy Howell Nancy Hudler Sue Hunt Fontaine Hutter Margaret Elizabeth Innes Elizabeth Johnson Judith Johnson Margaret Johnson Anne Johnston Ann Jones Virginia Jones Adeline Kamke Mary Louise Kelley Loti Kennedy Cary Lamond Carolyn Lamson Ila Lane Margaret deLashmutt Frances Lay Deanna Layer Anne Lee Lucy Lisle Nancy Lord Martha Luslc Susan McCoy Betty McEachern Drusilla McEachern Marilyn Macfarland Martha Mason Elizabeth Mattas Martha Selnian Maxwell Anne Mayhew Gloria Mederer Celia Mendoza Ann Catherine Meredith Miriam Molander Allison Moore Joan Morse Margaret Mundy Lorinda Nash 102 :: :; : v: of Nineteen Sixty-two f € ft 1 - 9 C Page Nelson Willie Ann Newbury Mary Ann Noll Mary O ' Lcary Frances Oliver Day Padgitt Jocelyn Palmer Anne Parker Kim Patmore Barbara Pearsall Elizabeth Pearson Ann Percy Patsy Perkins Cel este Pogue Ann Pendleton Powell Nancy Powell Evelyn Pringle Margaret Pulis Eloise Ray Virginia Ready Ann Ritchey Antonie Rockstraw Mena Rose Barbara Ross Jane Roulston Susan Rusmisel Louise Russell Lynne Rynders Letitia Sanders Terry Sarcia Sally Scherer Marjoric Schramm Mary Jane Schroder Mary Belle Scott Julia Shields Suzanne Shimek Adelaide Shinberger Mary Layne Shine Betsy Shure Janice Smith f:.K fi The Freshman Class W 5 P f 4 ff Rosalie Smithy Virginia Sorter Mary Steketee Joline Street Sullins Stuart Mary Sturgeon Mary Riley Sturr Barbara Sublett Susan Sutliff Winifred Swoyer Lynn Taliaferro Lydia Taylor Bettye Thomas Lyla-Gaye Van Valkenburgh Cynthia Vaughan Katherine Vickery Adele Vogel Gracia Walker Mma Walker Alice Warner Peggy Warner Kate Webb Gwendolyn Weinet Judith Whitacre Rosemary Whiteside Macon Winfree Carol Worboys NOT PICTURED Hnid Ballantyne Eleanor Smith Joyce DiBiase Diane Weinberger Patricia Ryan ♦ ' ■♦■■• ♦ " ♦ ♦ ♦ of Nineteen Sixty-two o rganizations ft ' f f ■ ' ' Student ' ' Ai ;j r 1 1 1 i ■,?.-■■: . j!gir ■ ' ( ' rs RoB ' , e o right: Prevost, Space, Coleman, Sorley, President; Duke, Niider, A. C. Farmer, Coxe. Second Row: Birchfield, Farrell, Galleher. Third Row: Paul, Cooper, B. Lee, T. Thornton, S. Cone, L. Martin, Boothc, Prothro. Not Pictured: L. Durham. Executive Board JUDITH SORLEY President In 1906 the faculty granted to the students of Sweet Briar College their request for self-government. Since then the students have shown their ability to handle their government maturely and have been granted more and more individual po vers. The Student Government Association is the systematic outgrowth and the symbolic expression of the student body ' s acceptance of the responsibility of self-government. The legislative powers of the Student Ciovernment Association are e.ter- cised by the Association as a whole, which has jurisdiction over all regula- tions within the student sphere of authority. The executive powers of the Association are exercised by the Executive Board, which reviews rules and regulations, administers and explains the constitution and by-laws. The Executive Board considers student opinion and channels ideas into effective actions. It meets with College Council to amend regulations within the faculty-student sphere and to discuss topics of community interest from ihe student and faculty points of view. This year the Executive Board has initiated strict parliamentary proce- dure in Student Government meetings and has made a thorough study of the statement of the regulations in the STUDENT ' S HANDBOOK. The Student Ciovernment in general and the Executive Board in particular have penetrated all aspects of student life, attempting to increase student awareness of the ne- cessity of accepting indi idual responsibility, both here and in post-college years. 108 • ' ' liY ' ' nl " Government hirst Rdij. left to right: Crowoll, Perrin, Jamison, Chairman; Ulf, Knickerbocker, . ' (• ' coiii Ron : Greer, M. Storey, Morison, Meade Gough. Not Pictured: Carney, Vogcl. Judicial Board The Judicial Board, invented with the jiKliiinl powers of the Student ihiv- ernment Association, interprets and upholds the honor system, upon which the Association is founded. The honor pledge, which ever student signs, is ihe most concrete expression ot this svstein: JANE JAMISON Chairman t " I pledge upon my honor tcj assume individual rcsponsihility for the honor system of Sweet Hriar. In accepting this responsibility I pledge my best effort to make the highest ideal of honor prevail at Sweet Briar; I promise to report myself for any of my infractions of the Sweet Briar regulations, and to ask others to report themselves for any of their infrac- tions It I am not certain that lhe have done so. " Sweet Briar ' s honor svstein includes all phases of college life — academic anil ' ocial. The Board handles cases involving lack of responsibility in living under the regulations and lack of mature judgment in behavior, and works with College Council on cases of questioned academic honesty and of breaches of good taste and good judgment. Special effort is made to understand individual problems in each case, through exchange of student and faculu iiUas. In handbiH k classes, especially those for freshmen, the Board tries to give students an insight into the reasons behind regulations. This year the Board has worked particularly to clarify the interpretation of the " good taste and good judgment " clause. In general, the Board tries to prevent breaches of the Honor System and to iniderstand rather than merely judge the cases that occur. N K)9 4 ' Young Women ' s CABINET Tint Row, left to right: Hil- ton, Stoddard, Vogel, Miller. Second Row: McKenzie, Tat- man, Birchfield, President; Eagles, J. Morris, Bracken- ridge. Third Row: S. Taylor, Underhill, Parrott, B. Lee, Speel, Dunning, N. Thornton. Not Pictured: Henry, Thomas, Padgitt. COMMISSION HEADS Left to Right: Lizora Miller, Personal Growth: Susan Tay- lor, Christian Faith and Heri- tage: Debbie Dunning, World - Relatedness: Karen McKenzie, Social Responsibil- ity. no Christian Association The YWCA is an integral part of Sweet Briar life; every girl is a member. It aims to interest and to help all students in uniting " in the desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. " Working through many phases of campus and com- munity life, it encourages students to join together in programs of worship and service. Weekly dorm devo- tions conducted by the students, the Sunday morning church services, and Sunday evening vespers are a mean- ingful part of college life. The service programs of the YWCA center around community problems of particular concern to students as responsible Christians. Each class elects a project in the area, which it supports with volunteer work. This year the freshman and sophomore classes helped under- privileged schools in the Amherst area, and juniors and seniors worked at the Lynchburg Hospital and Training Center. The Y representatives of each class encourage all students to take an active part in their class projects. New students are introduced to the college by the Orientation Committee. Members of this committee serve as big sisters, welcoming their little sisters in Sep- tember with a series of programs, parties and informal visits, and continuing their interest and guidance through the year. The YWCA at Sweet Briar has four commissions, — World Relatedness, Personal and Campus Life, Chris- tian Faith and Heritage, and Social Responsibility — which meet to discuss problems of common interest. In the Spring, the Y sponsors an Annual Religious Conference. This year ' s conference was led by Dr. C. John L. Bates, of the First Presbyterian Church, Green- wich, Connecticut. Students were able to join Dr. Bates for discussions at meals and at Boxwood Inn, as well as hear him at the more formal chapels and evening meet- ings. The three day conference, a major event on cam- pus, proved to be an aid and a stimulus in re-examina- tion and revitalization of personal doctrine. ORIENTATION Finl Row, left to right: Schwartz, Harrison, Arensbcrg, Oliver!, S. Brown, Lee, Head; Gibbs, Lansdale, Hamilton, Mathiasen, B. Newman. Mccone Row: Foster, M. H. Kennedy, Tatman, Billo, Ba rutio, Fitzhugh, A. Prichard, McFall, Gwathmey, O ' Neil, Tucker, waterhouse, MacKenzie. Third Row: Dohs, Williams, Seaman, Lu cas, McArthur, M. Wimbish, Tsai, Azores, J. M. Johnson, Garnett, bvans. Gray, Bounds, A. D. Smith. Fourth Row: Beury, Beekman, L. Chapman, Haldeman, Whaley, Brackenridge, M. D. Scott. Stevens, S. Bullis, F. Bullis, S. Owens, P. Wilkerson. M. Haskell, P. Cook, Dreesman, Stanton, Lloyd. Reyelt, Chil drey, Suttle. Ill flilf? n oa § I -l I it ' ' Tau Phi Tau Phi is an upperclass honor so- ciety founded to further the ideals and traditions of Sweet Briar. The fourteen senior and six junior mem- bers, chosen for their enthusiasm and scholastic achievement, seek es- pecially to stimulate interest in aca- demic activities. In addition to their monthly open readings, they have a flexible pro- gram, sponsoring discussions and projects of educational value. Tau Phi members serve as ushers for lectures and concerts and at Christmas pack gay baskets of food and fruit for families of the Sweet Briar farm employees. Fint Ron. left to right: G. Smith, Gough, Niider, Birchfield. Second Row: E. Johnston, A. C. Farmer, Brownlee, Sampson, President; Duke, F. Parker, Third Ron: B. Lee, Underhill, N. Thornton, Speel, E. Chambers, Mayfield, Mather, Hight. Not Pictured: A. Morris, Paul. Chung Mung The sheet-clad Chung Mungs, thirteen juniors and seniors who sing, " They make the grades and we run the school, " form a spirited so- ciety in friendly rivalry with the Tau Phis. They mock the serious- ness of that austere group by play- ing " ghosts, " stealing their badges, and invading their banquet. Chosen for their interest in Sweet Briar and its activities, Chung Mungs work throughout the year to promote this interest among other members of the community. They sponsor an auction in the Fall to aid the Campus Chest Drive, a pastry booth at the Christmas Bazaar to aid the Auditorium Fund, a collec- tion of clothes for the needy at Christmas, and a fashion show each Spring, besides selling milk in the dorms weekly. May Day weekend a Softball game between the Chung Mungs and the Tau Phis is held as the final demonstration of their friendly rivalry. First Row, left to right: Lotterhos, Kerkam, Stoddard, Meade. Second Row: B. Smith, Miller, E. Prichard, President: Coxc, B. Colwill. Third Row: McFall, T. Thornton, Sorley, Mixson. Q. V. The Q. V. ' s are sophomores elected in the fall by their class- mates to further class spirit. They are known only to each other and to old Q. V. ' s until spring step-sing- ing. Then, as the members arc an- nounced to the school, they take their Q. V. charms from their shoes and run a merry chase with the Bum Chums. A Q. V. is not taking on a new job; she is continuing her interest in and work for the class. They ty, as a group and as individuals, to make each sophomore realize the importance of her contribution to class morale and activities. The Q. V. ' s goal is an intangible one — that of unity and spirit. This year ' s group hopes they have made some accomplishment toward that goal. First Ron, left to right: Greer, Aycrs, Prevost. SecouJ Hon: B. Newman, S. Cone, Urackenridgc, L. Chapman, Gamett, Stanton, Boothe. Third Ron : W. Storey, M. Storey. First Ron, left to right: Crosby Galloher. Few, Haldcman, OrKain. Second R i Cooper, Suttle, Jenkins., President; Saiir. Not pictured: Miss Lee. Bum Chums The lively group of Bum Chums, wrapped in bedspreads and loudly chanting, " Hallelujah, I ' m a Bum, ' " taps the new " notorious ten " ' after the announcement of the sopho- more Q. V. ' s at spring step-singing. Throughout their junior year, the Bums are a busy and energetic group. Every member of the com- munity is familiar with the phrases: " Don ' t forget to return your Coke bottles, " " Have you handed in your blood donor card? " , " Have you bought your ticket to the Bum Chum Inn? " ' and " Please keep the Date House clean! " In addition to their campus ac- tivities, these juniors support Saint Paul ' s Mission in Amherst with con- tributions and volunteer work. The Bum Chums are an integral part of Sweet Briar life. The " tweedy ten " are known for thoir spirit, sense of humor, and genuine interest in the affairs of the entire community. 113 Finl Ron, left to right: Gough, Crosby, Forsyth. Second Ron: Mul daur, G. Smith, Chambers, President; Stiles. Third Row: Woods, L. Martin, Mr. Dace, Director; Duke Ramey. Not Pictured: Gibson, Tyler. Paint and Patches Paint and Patches, Sweet Briar dramatic club, at- tempts to develop a vital understanding of the drama through student participation in all aspects of play pro- duction, both on-stage and off. For students who have worked on plays in rehearsals, with the technical aspects, and on house and publicity committees, the final culmin- ation of their efforts in the finished production is a re- warding experience. The schedule of productions in 1958-59 opened with The Heiress, by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. In the Winter, Paint and Patches presented Lute Song, a mod- ern version of the Chinese classic adapted by Will Irwin and Sidney Howard. They co-operated with the Dance Club in this challenging undertaking, using Oriental dances, symbolic make-up, period costuming, and clas- sical Chinese music in the production. The Spring play was Separate Tables, by Terence Rattigan, part of which was entered in the College Drama Festival of Virginia held in February at the Virginia Museum Theatre in Richmond. This was Sweet Briar ' s first entry in the festival. Membership in Paint and Patches is evidence of sin- cere interest in and enthusiasm for the drama. It is awarded after tapping in the Spring and a rigorous initi- ation. Only students who have worked a minimal ten hour on at least three plays are eligible. 114 - ; :. |:J? Aints and Asses " Aims and Asses, lovely lasses, not one dud. Paint and Patches are no matches for our club. We are no Sarah Bernhardts . . . , " but these natural comediennes do have the talent for making others laugh at their original parodies of Paint and Patches productions. This year they satirized " Gone with the Wind, " " The Heiress, " and " Lute Song, " as well as presenting the traditional talceoffs of the parading beauties in the Fresh- man Fashion Show and the Dis-May Court. The twenty-one cavorting cuties continued to prove that laughter is the world ' s best medicine by boosting morale during exams with their amusing issue of " The Sweat Brow Blues. " Some people may think robins are the first sign of Spring, but to Sweet Briar students it is the first blast from a lovely lass ' s whistle. This is in an effort to let the baby grass get out of the ground before it ' s stepped on, and just one more proof that " T ' was for our poison- alities we was picked. " first Ron, left to right: Applegate, Young, Jamison, Doscher, Hight, B. Lewis. Second Ron: M. B. Scott, Few, Suttlc, Price. Third Rob : Cobb, Knickerbocker, Orgain, S. Taylor, McKenzie, Styer, S. Durham, The Illustrious One; Cooke, Saur, Marchant, Halde- man. Not Pictured: Mr. Rust. 115 Social Committee Working m conjunction with the Dean ' s Office and the Executive board, the Social Committee takes charge of a wide range of tasks. Members are on duty on weekends at the closing hour and are ever mindful of maintaining the college ' s high standards of dress and deport- ment. This group also presents Fall Dances, changed this year from th? previous Midwinters, and acts as floor committee for all Sweet Briar dances. Year round the Committee works to supply a well balanced social life for students both on and away from campus. Fint Ron. left to right: A. Young, B. Smith, Co.vt, Chairman; Bromley. Second Ron: Prichard, Bekins. Third Rou : Kerkam, Cornell. Brawner, Ware, McDonald, Brackenridge, P. Davis, Aycrs, P. Powell, Cosby, Anderson. Not Pictured: Caldwell, G. Smith, Smithy, M. Walker, Wood. Vocational Guidance Committee The Vocational Guidance Com- mittee serves to guide students in se- lectmg careers, summer jobs, and post-graduate positions. The committee, compos ed of a small group of student and faculty representatives, keeps a bulletin board and extensive files with the latest information on fields found to be most preferred by students. Op- portunities range from graduate study abroad to dress designing. This year they sponsored four panels on job possibilities in the di- versified fields of government and overseas work; the arts, theater, radio and television ; social and med- ical work; and advertising and de- sign. -4 ' " i First Row, left to r.ght: Bekins, A. Wimbish, Ayers, Woods, Chairman: Dew, Bloomer, McFall. Second Row: Sorley, Undcrhill, Chambers, S. Bullis, Stevens, A. D. Smith, Tucker. Not Pic- tured: Miss Thomas, Dr. Barron, Mrs. Cotton, Miss Suarez-Murias, Mrs. Wood, Frost, Payne, P. Powell. 116 V: yA i.V .♦■♦:.♦ u -i - Art and Music Club The Art and Music Club works to stimulate and promote interest in art and music at the college. The club presents films, exhibitions, art demonstrations, lectures and con- certs, financed by membership dues, for the benefit of the Sweet Briar community. They also sponsor re- ceptions after lectures and concerts to give students an opportunity for discussion with the artists. The program this year of the Art and Music Club has included an il- lustrated lecture on Oriental art given by Miss Barbara Rumpf, a lecture and demonstration of the oboe by Mr. John Shannon, and a piano recital by Mrs. Mary Wheel- r lbo o «,. ' !» ' V ' V V Finl Kou, left to rijihi: Crowcll, Tsai, Nassib. McArthiir, Speol, Hij lit, I ' rc-ui.ni: E. T. Colwill, F. Parker. Dicnst, Weaver. Second Row: M. H. Kennedy, A. Wimbish, I.. Russell, Thomas. Aldrich, Tyler, Borah, Fort, M. H. Cooke, Pohl, L. Martin, A. C. Smith, Marchant, Forsyth. Azores. Third Ron: Canaday, Griffiss, Headstrcam, Webb, Watts, B. McEachern, Egolf, B. Lewis, Eagles, Ramcy, M. Cook, Gibson, Israel, Oliveri, Hunt, Mixson. •! Roa. Ivll to righl: dough, A. U. Smith. Chairman: Marchant. Si-cond R«u : li.iird. (. Aubry, Duke. Curriculum Committee The Curriculum Committee pro- vides an opportunity for vigorous expression of student opinion en academic problems and attempts to analyze these problems through open meetings, questionnaires, and newspaper discussions. Committee members represent each of the fields of study at Sweet Rriar, the Honors Plan, and both the sophomore and freshman classes. This year special emphasis has been placed on ideas received from the National Student Association, including a critique of courses, eval- uation of students, and a program for independent study. The com- mittee is also cooperating with the Faculty Committee on Instruction in conducting a self-evaluation of every phase of the college in prep- aration for the Southern Associa- tion ' s visit in early 1960. ' : ; ;• ' First Ron, left lo right: Ramsey, E. Johnston, Wheeler, Kelly, A. Morris. Second Ron: E. Colwill, Mather, A. F. Parker, March- an I. Phi Beta Kappa This year, with Dean Mary Pearl as president, Theta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Sweet Briar College cele- brated the tenth anniversary of the granting of its charter. The chapter selects annually a limited number of seniors and occasionally an exceptional junior for membership. The number of seniors rarely exceeds ten percent of the class and may never exceed fifteen per- cent. Membership in Phi Beta Kappa, one of the most distinctive honors at Sweet Briar, is awarded on the basis of a student ' s distinguished academic record, wide range of cultural interests, and the certainty of her continued intellectual growth. On February 25, Theta chapter initiated eight stu- dent members and three alumnae, and honored them with an impressive banquet climaxed by a lecture, " The Faith of the Intellect " , by the eminent author, scholar and lecturer, Mark Van Doren. Students initiated were Elizabeth Colwill, Barbara Kelly, Virginia Marchant, Kathleen Mather, Alice Mor- ns, Alice Fleming Parker, Virginia Ramsey, and Jane Wheeler. Elizabeth Johnston, another member of the senior class, was initiated last year. New alumnae members are Mrs. Edgar (Eleanor Bos- worth) Shannon of Charlottesville, Virginia; Mrs. John (Irene Vongehr) Vincent of Berkeley, California; and Miss Martha von Briesen of Sweet Briar, Virginia. 118 " ♦■■■♦♦ ♦ ' ■♦. ♦ ♦. Choir The Sweet Briar Choir, major vocal group on cam- pus, sings at all Sunday church services, furnishes music for such important occasions as Founder ' s Day and Commencement, and presents several concerts during the year. Membership in the choir is an honor, representing industry as well as ability. Under the direction of Mr. G. Noble Gilpin, the girls are carefully trained to de- velop proficiency and polish in choral singing, and are made acquainted with every form of sacred music. Mem- bers practice diligently twice a week, for church services and special concerts. In December the choir presented its annual Christ- mas Vesper Service. The Sweet Briar Chamber Music Ensemble, a small group of faculty and students, pre- sented the " prelude " ; the candlelight program featured traditional Christmas music by the choir and soloists. In March, the choir, with the Lehigh University Glee Club, presented " King David " , by Arthur Honegger, accompanied by an ensemble of trumpets, trombones, horns, and pianos. A choral group from Princeton Uni- versity joined the choir in April for a performance of Handel ' s " Utrecht Anthem " . tir t Ron, left to right: Shimek, Mayher, Taliaferro, Dismukes, P. Russell, N. Thornton, President: Stiirr, L. Russell, A. Parker, Har risen, McEachern, V. L. Jones. Second Row: M. Campbell, May field. Seaman, Ramsey, Garnctt, Ayers, Tatman, Harrier, Lans dale, Suttle, M. H. Cooke, Egolf, Duke, Paul. Third Row; Nalley, Noll, Pickering, Jordan, Rusmisel, Hutchins, Mather, Cochrane M. D. Scott, Bromley, Andrews, Wilson, Duncan. Fourth Ron: Hcye, Borah, Marble, S. Owens, Groat, Newbury, Aubry, Stevens Eagles, J. S. Todd, Connerat, Conway, T. Thornton. Not Pictured: A. Cone, Mixson, Blanton, Weingart, Schroder, Gueymard Van Valkcnburgh, Frost. M. Owens, Kamke, Christie, A. Johnston. r O n o a - ' C J .A L f h h Fint Ron-, left lo right: S. Adams, L. Russell, Woods, Bowcn, Mayfield, President; Barnes, Marchant, A. C. Farmer, Hilton, Kelly. Second Row: K. Carter, Garrer, Tsai, McCoy, A. Parker, Doscher, Pohl, Stoddard, Dunning, Timberlake, Mayher, Niider. Third Row: Aldrich, D. Moore, Ramsey, Azores, Griffiss, Watts, Grant, M. Cook, Gibson, Hekma, Gathings, Ellis, N. Thornton. « -.j. ' .V ' - ' World Affairs Club The World Affairs Club helps interested students increase the.r understanding of current events. It sponsors a speaker or discussion on pertinent international topics for each monthly meeting. The club also works closely with foreign stu- dents, who are automatically mem- bers. Among the events sponsored this year by the club were: a debate on nuclear disarmament, a panel dis- cussion on the unification of Ger- many, several foreign films, and a colorful United Nations Day Pro- gram. Sweet Tones The eight Juniors who make up this informal group were chosen be- cause they like to sing, and sing well together. The Sweet Tones per- form their own arrangements of " bop, ballads and blues " for the pleasure of the community. Strains of " I ' m Bidin ' My Time, " " Shake, Rattle, and Roll, " " Wonderful Guy " and " Winter Wonderland " will be remembered from this year ' s repertoire. This year the Sweet Tones enter- tained at the Bum Chum Inns, the community Christmas party, dance weekends, alumnae and area benefit programs, and at nearby men ' s col- leges. Left to Right: Harri, Tatman, Hilton, Wilkerson, Lane, L. Martin, J. S. Todd, Andrews, President. 120 Campus Chest Coniniittce The Campus Chest Committee is the only large charity group on cam- pus. After reviewing various char- ities it allocates donations accord- ing to the wishes of each contribu- tor, to local, national, and interna- tional organizations. A great deal of the money allocated locally is in- vested annually in scholarships for two foreign students. This year the Committees drive was highly successful, reaching just under the goal of 7000. Public address announcements from Aca- demic between classes and keen dor- mitory competition clima.xed with the presentation of a scroll to Gray Dormitory, for the highest contri- bution per person, urged the college to " ring the bell for the Campus Chest. " Ron, left to right: Arnold, M. Boyd, D. Lane, Murdock, Chairman; LaStaiti, Hilton. Second Row: Marchant, Taggard, V. A. Jones, Spcel, J. Morris, Ho. ai Finl Ron, left to right: Andrews, Bounds. . , m, A ' u S. .iiii.m. 1 ' . Cook, Fitzgerald, ( hai J. S. Todd, Canaday. . .. I ' uinr.d: Ho«,ll, I us, Wheeler. Development Fund Committee Members of the Development Fund Committee work with tireless zeal to encourage student devotion to the college m tangible tokens. The funds raised are allocated by vote of the student body. The " Auditorium-Fine Arts Cen- ter " has come to have a special meaning in student life at Sweet Briar, as it approaches reality through the Development Fund ' s efforts to stimulate continued inter- est and monetary support. The Committees moneymaking projects this year included a blazer sale, auctions, a steak dinner, a Christmas Bazaar, and even dor- mitory hair stylists. The results of these activities give practical evi- dence of the Committee ' s enthusias- tic efforts. 121 fl ..uMm First Row, left lo right: Cowen, Few. fecund Hon: Meyerink, Wheeler, Thrall, Editor; Ramey, Bekins. Not Pictured: Beekman, Business Manager: Bcury, P. Cook, Decker, Emery, A. Jones, Hayman, L. Kennedy, Mattas, Palmer, Philion, R. Wallace. The Branibler The Brambler was first pub- lished at Sweet Briar in 1923 as " a quality magazine, containing both literary and artistic material. Its pur- pose shall be to stimulate student creative work. " Sweet Briar ' s liter- ary magazine, by the quality of its short stories, poetry, essays and drawings, ranks high among col- legiate publications. This year the editorial board, composed of the Writers ' Work- shop with Mrs. Evelyn Eaton as faculty advisor, and the business staff have worked to increase the size and scope of the magazine. In producing a magazine repre- sentative of the creative interests of the community. The Brambler staff has experienced the excitement of discovering many unanticipated talents among students and faculty and the satisfaction of compiling an attractive and interesting format. Handbook and Key The Student ' s Handbook is the principal source of information con- cerning the student government ' s powers, the honor system, and school activities. As it contains all social and academic regulations, it is an mdispensable manual for both incoming and returning students. Snapshots in it of members of the executive and judicial boards of Stu- dent Government give new students a more personal introduction to the college. The Key affords a more informal picture showing the lighter side of college life. It aims to present the " spirit of Sweet Briar " as seen in its customs, traditions and every- day living. Left to Right: Pattcson, Business Manager; M. S. Durham, Editor. 122 i.% ♦ " ♦ ♦ ♦ The Sweet The Swhet Briar Nfws reports weekly on local, na- tional and international events of interest to the college community. Expressing student opinion, often the germ of con- structive activity and reform, are weekly book reviews and analyses of world news, editorials, and letters to the editor. This year the News has illustrated various facets of campus life with a feature series on fields of study avail- able at Sweet Briar, previews and reviews of all Paint and Patches productions, and stories on visiting speakers and artists. A tremendous amount of work is done by the News staff to produce an interesting, up to date paper. The job is never ending. Assignments, given Tuesday, come in Friday, and are edited by Sunday night. Galleys arrive Monday night, and the editorial board gets to work juggling stories, photographs and ads to fill the six-page dummy. Articles are headlined and proofread and final- ly, before a midnight deadline, the paper can be sent to Briar News r ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Editor-in-Chief KATHY TYLER Business Manager press. The proof is checked Tuesday, and Wednesday the News is distributed to students, faculty and off- campus subscribers. Fnsi Ron. left lo right: O ' Neil, Gwathmcy, Thmll, Hight, M. H. Cooke, Crosby, E. Johnston, Editor: Chambers. A. Youns. Duke. A " " " " - ' ' " " " Tiley. J. Haskell. W. Storey. Hiitchins. B.irnard. Garnett. Stoddard, S. Taylor. B tio, Reeves. Murphy, Meade, R. Wallace, Beury, Wheeler, Cohen, Gray, Bekin? s, P. Russell, Tatman. Second Kou : Pease, Bromley. J. Haskell. W. Storey. Hutchins. Barnard. Garnett. Stoddard, S. Taylor. B ill, McFall, L. Martin, Griffiss. Third Kou : Barutio, Reeves. Murphy. Meade, R. Wallace, Beury, Wheeler, Cohen, Gray. Bekins It. Wawro. Beam, Billo, R. Jones. Fourth Ron: Lamond. M. C. Cook. Headstream. A. D. Smith, Stevens, Decker, Bcckman, J. S i, S. Cone, McArthur, F. Parker, T. Thornton, L Boyd, Wilson, Speel, S. Durham. Not Pictured: Tvler, Business Manager .. ELEANOR RALSTON CROSBY Editor-in-Chief The Briar Patch, annual project of the Junior Class, is a record of another memorable year in the life of the college. We have tried to transcribe, faithfully and comprehensively, the sig- nificant events of the year, outstanding individuals and groups on cam- pus, and informal scenes and activities that express the spirit of Sweet Briar. Along with the excitement of preparing the book, designing the dum- my, arranging for photographs and being the first to see the proofs, we discovered the tedious details and delays that occur in its production. Deadlines approached ominously, as photography schedules had to be rearranged, articles rewritten, copy retyped and pennies pinched. These were perhaps no greater problems than those which any other staff has faced, but they have made us realize the patience and hard work involved in putting out a yearbook. It is with pride that the class of 1960 presents the Briar Patch to the class of 19 ' 59. CHARLOTTE JANE HEADSTREAM Buiinesi Manager Lefl lo Kiglil: Towill, Sped, Crosby. A. Jones. P. Powell. Left to Right: Headstream, J. S. Todd, Goiigh, L. Coleman. 124 . • ♦ A « ' f ? 9a n EDITORIAL STAFF First Row, left to right: Ware. Ellis, W. Wimbish, Oliveri. Second Ron: Towill, Engrarings Editor; B. Lee, Sped, Art Editor; Crosby, Editor-in-Chief; Coleman, Sports Editor; Gough, Copy Editor. Third Ron: Bowen, Griffiss, L. Martin, Underbill, Wilkerson, Andrews, Weingart, Crowcll, Barnes, Orgain, Advertising Manager. Not Pictured: Bullis, Collyer, Cowen, Gardner, Haldeman, Hayman, A. Jones, Literary Editor; Lane, Lloyd, Meade, Muldaur, Nichols, Paul, Perrin, Senior Write-ups Editor; Saur. O O fi BUSINESS STAFF Firs Roa-, e o rig i ; Dew, C. Lord, Canaday, Barnard. i ' fi(m Job ; Nichols, Beam, Headstream, Business Manager; Beekman, C. Newman, McFall. Third Ron : Berkeley, Barnwell, Pattcson, A. D. Smith, Circulation Manager; J. S. Todd, Typing Editor; Grant. Not Pictured: Few, P. Powell, Photography Editor, 125 »: ; •: : urt p Athletics ■ ; ?; ' mr .uM m Athletic Association The Athletic Association is active in the daily life of the students at Sweet Briar. Ample facilities, an abund- ance of land, and excellent instruction permit year-round participation. The Daisy Williams Gymnasium echoes with activity in basketball, dance, volleyball, ping-pong, squash, and badminton. Indoor and outdoor riding rings, lacrosse and hockey fields, tennis courts, and a softball field afford varied activity. Paul ' s Mountain is the cry for an overnight spent at the Cabin, and the lake opens the way to swimming, rowing, canoeing, and just plain sun- bathing. Rally Night in February and Gala Night in May provided fun for both students and faculty. Rally Night featured a Fun Fair offering team competition in bowl- ing, basketball, softball throws, musical chairs, round robin ping-pcng, and dart shooting. Gala Night at the lake was a high spot of the spring with class floats and the Tau Phi symbol set ablaze. This evening new A.A. officers and heads of sports were formally welcomed by the outgoing President and awards were given for active participation and interest in sports. Seals, medals, and blazers are awarded to those students who have shown outstanding athletic achievement. This year inter-dormitory games in hockey and basket- ball and Odd-End competitions in all sports kept spirit and enthusiasm high. OH K 1;K.S, U-ll I,, rlahl: Moore, Secretary; Space. [ rt iJ,i:i . . ver. Treasurer. MEMBERS OF THE DEPARTMENT. Sitting, left to right: M. King, K. Macdonald, D. Malvagni. Standing: P. Horst, H. Rogers. 128 ■v • • First Ron, left to right: J. M. Johnson, B. Newman, Seaman, L. Coleman, Sinwell, M. B. Scott, Head; Weaver, Bromley, I. Ihornton, Reyelt, Marbury, Grinnan. Second Ron: Bounds, Rose, Jenkins, Ware, P. Harrison, Cox, E. Farmer, Boothe. Third Ron: F. Biillis, Murphy, Oliver, P. Powell, Swoyer, Connerat. Hockey The hockey season at Sweet Briar starts when college opens in September with a concentrated effort to im- prove stickwork and technique. The rest of the season IS marked by a high degree of spirit and participation in varsity, intramural, dormitory and Odd-End competi- tion. This season, the varsity, composed mainly of new players, won two games out of seven. The reserve team was more successful in winning five games and tying two. The annual Blue Ridge Hockey Tournament was held at Sweet Briar this year and six students, Julie M. Johnson, Mary Blair Scott, Ruth Weaver, Lura Cole- man, Kit Reyelt and Ann Sinwell, were chosen to play in the Southeast Tournament in Baltimore. VARSITY Sweet Briar 3; Little Colonels 9 Sweet Briar 9; Roanoke I 1 Sweet Briar 3 ; Madison 1 Sweet Briar 0; Hollins 3 Sweet Briar 1; Richmond Club 7 Sweet Briar 0; Westhampton I 5 Sweet Briar 0; Campus Characters 3 RESERVE Sweet Briar 3; Campus Characters 3 Sweet Briar 5; Roanoke II 1 Sweet Briar 2; Lynchburg College 1 Sweet Briar 2; Marv Baldwin Sweet Briar I; W. C U. N. C Sweet Briar 5; Westhampton II Sweet Briar 0; Chatham Hall 129 First Row, left to right: Jordan, Reineckc, F. Bullis, Quailc, B. Bulklcy, Holmes, Stycr, P. Bulkley, Head. Second Ron : Maynard, Knickerbocker. Riding Council There is riding at Sweet Briar throughout the year. Outdoor and indoor rings keep the equestrian interest high rain or shine. Three horse shows were given in the Fall. One was the Sweet Briar Benefit Show. The proceeds from the Benefit Show were used to purchase a new van. In the October horsemanship classes the Fayette-Brown Chal- lenge Trophy was presented to the most advanced rider. Mr. Clayton E. Bailey conducted schooling sessions throughout the fall term. Three hounds were given by a former Sweet Briar student for hunting. The highlight of the winter season was the annual four-day clinic, held during the mid-semester recess, supervised by Captain Vladimir Littauer. Sweet Briar riders participated in the Hunter Pace Event for the Sweet Briar, Lynchburg, Lexington area. In the early Spring, a horse show team was chosen. This team competed in several shows in the nearby area. The Blackwell Challenge Trophy was presented to the winner of the advanced horsemanship classes at Sweet Briar. Riders from surrounding colleges participated in the annual Hunter Show at Sweet Briar. The freshman who exhibited the most improvement during the year was awarded the ' 52 " cup. 130 The Hunt ready to move off Lizard Quaile on " Rockaway " at the Bedford Hors« Show Fall Horsemanship Classes, 1958 Janet Maynard on " Major. " Miss Horst. Horse Show season. Janet Maynard on " Dusty. " Bessie Buikley on " John Peel. ' .mtM . ?•. ?.! ' f.:tKt;ft ' T ennis The most popular time for ten- nis is the Spring. However, in the Fall there was campus competi- tion and the varsity received pro- fessional instruction from Mike Dolan of the Farmington Coun- try Club, Charlottesville, Va. A varsity and junior varsity were selected for spring matches with William and Mary, West- hampton, Hollins, Randolph- Macon, Madison and Lynchburg colleges. The highlight of the sea- son was the Sweet Briar-Hollins match played annually at The Homestead, Hot Springs, Vir- ginia. First Ron, left to right: Coxe, MacKethan, Head; Miller. Second Ron : Sinwcll, J. M. Johnsor Grinnan, B. Newman, Ho, Prothro, Cowen. Basketball Tryouts for the varsity and junior varsity basketball teams were held following Thanksgiv- mg. Before Christmas these teams practiced for competition with Madison, Hollins, Westhampton, William and Mary and Roanoke colleges. Sweet Briar ended the season having won one game and lost four. Class and dormitory competi- tion provided opportunity for al- most everyone to join in the bas- ketball program. The most color- ful game of the year was a facul- ty-student tourney held for the benefit of the Development Fund. The " Flaming Faculty " emerged victorious over the " student si- rens. " First Row, left to ri hl: Schroder, Hatcher, Head: D. Moore, Space. Second Ron: Arensberg, Vickery, C. Coleman, C. Christie, P. Powell. Third Ron: Oliver, N. Lord, Hayman, Whaley. Connerat, E. Colwill. t32 Lacrosse Every Fall and Spring a large number of eneregetic souls play lacrosse at Sweet Briar. A few prac tice sessions held during the Winter attract beginners and skilled players alike wanting to participate in this highly active aerial game. In the Spring there is campus competition as well as matches with William and Mary, Strat- ford, Hollins, and Westhampton. Every year Sweet Briar sends its varsity to the Virginia State Lacrosse Tournament. Last year seven Sweet Briar girls were selected for the Virginia state lacrosse team and went to Balti- more to play in the National Tournament. First Kna , left to right: S ?aman, Weaver, Bromley, Head; Schroder, L. Coleman, ieeond Ron : Graf, Crosby, Babson, Reyelt, A. Parker. Third Row: P. Anderson, Wcingart, S. Taylor, Ballan- tyne, N. Lord, Dillabough, Few, C. Worboys. Softball Softball begins in the Fall if the weather permits. In the Spring, the Odd-End, faculty- student, inter-dormitory and Tau Phi-Chung Mung games draw many of the community to the field either to try for that home run or to cheer a favorite team on to victory. tint Ron, left to right: Connerat, B. Newman, S. Cone, Rynders. Second Ro»: Henley, Smithy, Whiteside, Stanton, Warner. 133 ' ♦ ;vy?:fv ' ' •mrwrrrr ' First Ron ' , left to right: Laing, Sublctt, Crowell, Pickering. Second Ron: C. Boyd, Underbill, Wadman, Lloyd, Hagcrty, Forsyth, Head; Beury. Third Ron: Giles, Ready, Owens, Cornell, Barnes, Beam. Standing: Cosby, C. Newman, Muldaur, L. Martin, Chandler, Stiles, Malvagni, Instructor; Gough. Dance Members of the Dance Group study modern dance technique and choreography. A student learns to use her body as a controlled medium of expression and to interpret ideas through creative movement. New members are chosen by tryouts held at least twice a year. In the Fall, Dance Group presents an exhibition to introduce its work to the college. During the Winter the group choreographed four original traditional Chinese dances to present in the Paint and Patches production of " Lute Song. " Several dancers also added their talents to the enter- tamment presented for the belles of this year ' s " Merrie England " May Court. In its associations with other colleges and professional groups, Dance Group attended the Westhampton Col- lege Dance Festival in Richmond and the Fine Arts Festival at the Women ' s College of North Carolina. At these meetings Dance Group represented Sweet Briar in original compositions choreographed by members, which were evaluated by the dance authority present. The year ' s activities were brought to a close w.th the pre- sentation of these compositions at Sweet Briar. Lake Sweet Briar ' s sunny climate and beautiful lake facilities provide tipportunity for swimming in the early F all and late Spring. On warm days sunbatli- ers and cancers are also found gathered at the rustic boathouse which offers year-round fun and relaxation. Lake Day and Gala Night are the high- lights of the spring waterfront program. Barbie Lewis, Head of Lake Cabin Hidden in the mountains about a mile from the everbusy crowded campus, the cabin offers a rustic but tranquil atmosphere for those who like to " rough It. " One can go just for a day, picnic style, or escape for a full night of singing, cooking, and sleeping around a pleasant campfire. Julie Johnson, Head of Cabin G. amcs During the winter sports season volleyball, bad- minton, ping-pong and squash are available for those interested in a little indoor relaxation and fun. Class games in volleyball begin second semester and competition climaxes with the Odd- End and faculty games in early Spring. Maria Gamett, Head of Games r " MAY DAY at SWEET MISS JACQUELINE GAY HART May Queen V- ♦: V: ♦ " ' :♦ ' a ' ■y Wj v :« ■ ' f - . 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VIRGINIA " ■CCC s ♦ ♦ • .VAVAV ' L ' - ' - - it JMewnarable Year • Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of Sweet Briar College for completion of another outstanding year. • The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of memo- rable activities. • Neither time, effort nor expense have been spared to provide you with a permanent record, attractively presented and complete in every detail. • To preserve the photography and literary efforts of the Staff, the best grade of materials have been combined with skilled workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook. • We are proud that the 1959 Staff elected us to help design, print and bind the Briar Patch. We have earnestly endeavored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. W. WART II EX COMPx XY LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA We Wish to Thank the Following Parents and Friends for their Generous Contributions to the 1959 Briar Patch Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scott Anderson Richmond, Virginia Dr. and Mrs. Frank George Barnard Montclair, New Jersey Mrs. William V. Birchfield Marion, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Armistead L. Boothe Alexandria, Virginia Dr. and Mrs. James N. Brawner, Jr Atlanta, Georgia Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee Gainsville, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Siesel E. Canaday Plandome, New York Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Chaikowski Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Christie Farmingdale, New York Mrs. Eugene Coggins Haverford. Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Collyer Greenwich, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. John F. Davis Omaha, Nebraska Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rice Dockery Cleveland, Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Edgar Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Willard D. Egolf Chevy Chase, Maryland Mr. and Mrs. Kent Emery Des Moines, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Fitzhugh Jackson, Mississippi Mrs. B. G. French Lumberton, North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. John A. T. Galvin Woodside, California Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Garrity Forty Fort, Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Mennis Lawson Gibson Fredericksburg, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. T. Walter Gough Baltimore, Maryland Mr. and Mrs. James J. Griffiss Lookout Mountain, Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Haldeman Glenview, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zachary Hayman Thomasville, Georgia Mr. and Mrs. L. W. W. Horton Durham, North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Israel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Jenkins Tarboro, North Carolina Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Johnson Lookout Mountain, Tennessee :; 55 •i 5 v....t: :. :;■::-; ■V " " i V ' " ' - ' • ' ' ■ • ' ' ' ■ ' Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kerkam Washington, D.C. Mr. H. Donald Kistler ... Chevy Chase, Maryland Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Knickerbocker Charlottesville, Virginia Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Lane Great Neck, New York Rear Admiral and Mrs. Edwin E. Lord, III Hollister, California Mrs. Arthur Lucas Atlanta, Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Y. Martin Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian M. Massie Rye, New York Dr. and Mrs. Sam V. McCall Tuscaloosa, Alabama Mr. and Mrs. John E. McDonald Petersburg, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. H. Tucker McFall Charleston, West Virginia Mr. and Mrs. J. Clifford Miller, Jr Richmond, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Newman Short Hills, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. William P. O ' Neil Knoxville, Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. John Barbour Orgain, Jr Richmond, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Parsons, Jr Short Hills, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Pearson Houston, Texas Mr. and Albert M. Philion Sao Paulo, Brazil Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Price Chicago, Illinois Mr. and Frederick W. Prichard Charleston, West Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Prothro Wichita Falls, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Peter Browne Ruffin Wilmington, North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rynders Geneva, New York Mrs. Charles R. Schwartz Wilmington, Delaware Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Shure New Haven, Connecticutt Dr. and Mrs. Howard Wayne Smith Ashland. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Staley Indianapolis, Indiana Dr. and Mrs. Sylvester A. Styer West Reading, Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Albert Suttle Petersburg, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. D. Stephen Thrall Weston, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Tyler Thomasville, Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warner, Jr Wilmington, Delaware Mr. and Mrs. James Webb Greensboro, North Carohna Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weinberger Cincinnati, Ohio Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wheeler Leominster, Massachusetts Our appreciation also lo those nho have made anonymous contributions 157 f ' ? ' - Student Directory A Abbott, Jean Elpstone Acres, New Hartford, Conn. Abernethy, Judith Gray 301 1 Central Ave., Middletown, O. Aborn, Susan 403 Casino Ave., Cranford, N.J. Adams, Lynn Harrison ..3609 Quesada St., Washington 15, D.C. Adams, Sarah Quee 85 S. Stanworth Dr., Princeton, N.J. Aldrich, Jane Stratton 1088 Park Ave., New York 28, N.Y. Allen, Alice Elliot 2102 Chestnut St., Lumberton, N.C. Allen, Anne 1748 North Blvd., Houston, Tex. Almen, Mathea Lynette Melvin Rd., Aberdeen Creek, Annapolis, Md. Altgelt, Mary Elizabeth Meadowbrook Rd., Irvington, N.V. Ambler, Beverly Anne 4020 Kilbourne Rd., Columbia, S.C. Anderson, Ann Miller ....3 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond 26, Va. Anderson, Patricia Ellen ... .59 Old Mytsic St., Arlington, Mass. Andrews, Jane Meredith Union Springs, Ala. Applegate, S. Willoughby, 645 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati 15, O. Arburv, Jacqueline Route 5, Midland, Mich. Arensberg, Jane 314 S. Dallas Ave., Pittsburg 8, Pa. Armstrong, Marcia May 2410 Davis Dr., Alexandria, Va. Arnold, Erna Gale 232 Edgerstoune Rd., Princeton, N.J. Atkins, Judith Woods 1751 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte, N.C. Aubry. Simone 11 92 Park Ave., New York 28, N.Y. Avers, Beverly Jean ....8751 Holly Hock Dr., Cincinnati 31, O. Azores, Fortunata, 34 Lakeside Dr., San Pablo City, Laguna, P.L B Babson, Anne Odeneal ...Cambridge Ave., Annisquam, Mass. Backus, Eleanor 13 W. Maple St., Alexandria, Va. Bailly, Beatrice Jeanne . . . .700 Sea Sage Dr., Delray Beach, Fla. Baird, Eleanor Gray 171 1 Cloncurry Rd., Norfolk, Va. Ballantyne, Enid Grace Box i52i,Tryon, N.C. Barnard, Carol Perry 79 Hawthorne PI., Montclair, N.J. Barnes, Judith Eugenia . . . .817 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount, N.C. Barnwell, Dorothy Lea Route 3, Burlington, N.C. Barutio, Stephanie Anne 775 E. Wesley Rd., Atlanta, Ga. Baum, Martha Lucille Macon Rd., Milledgeville, Ga. Beam, Barbara Louise . .406 Lincoln Rd., Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. Beattie, Sara Catherine 3047 E. Pine Valley Rd. NW, Atlanta, Ga. Beekman, Nancv Ann Franklin Park, N.J. Bekins, Jana The Highlands, Seattle 77, Wash. Berkeley, Judith Randolph 5103 Tuckahoe Ave., Richmond 26, Va. Bethea, Maury Elizabeth . . . . 1881 Central Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Beury, Barbara Singleton, 1104 Bridge Rd., Charleston 4, W. Va. Billo, Barbara Janet 56 Summit Ave., Bronxville, N.Y. Birchfield, Beverly Bonham P.O. Box 555, Marion, Va. Birdsall, Caroline Dodge ..134 Coconut Row, Palm Beach, Fla. Blanton, Nancy Dicks 319 N. Lafayette St., Shelby, N.C. Bloomer, Nancy Hester . .290 NE 91st St., Miami Shores 53, Fla. Bohannon, Sarah Stuart 2001 Eastway Dr., Charlotte, N.C. Boothe, Eleanor Harrison Vicar Lane, Alexandria, Va. Borah, Virginia Wayne 1238 Philip St., New Orleans, La. Bounds, Jeanne Waters . .504 St. Christopher Rd., Richmond, Va. Bowen, Barbara Maury 2649 Henry St., Augusta, Ga. Boxley, Anne-Bruce 2817 Beechwood Cir., Arlington 7, Va. Boyd, Carolyn Lee 718 W. Encanto, Phoenix, Ariz. Boyd, Mary Kathleen 953 Romona Rd., Wilmette, III. Brackenridge, Francisca ...520 Arroyo Sq., So. Pasadena, Cal. Brawner, Elizabeth Buckley 262 W. Wesley Rd. N.W., Atlanta, Ga. Briggs, Eleanor Livingston 14 E. 90th St., New York 28, N.Y. Bromley, Beverley 851 Merion Sq. Rd., Gladvvyne, Pa. Brow n. Laurel Bonney 14 Clover St., Larchmont, N.Y. Brown, Sandra Ann Route 2, Torrington, Conn. Brownlee, Catherine Alexandria, Glen Springs Rd., Gainesville, Fla. Brush, Mary Conover Castle Hill, Lexington, ' a. Brvan, Jane Norton Goat Hill, Manakin, Va. Bulkley, Elizabeth Willets Harbor Rd., Southport, Conn. Bulklev, Martha Amelia Harbor Rd., Southport, Conn. Bullis, Barbara Starr 9125 River Rd., Kethesda, Md. Bullis, Faith Ann 9125 River Rd., Bethesda, Md. Butler, Vivian McLean . .1817 Lockerbie St., Montgomery 6, Ala. Byrd, Linda Paxton 5412 Cary St. Rd., Richmond, Va. C Caine, Marjorie 163 Gardner St., Chattanooga, Tenn. Caldwell, Catherine ..2931 Canterbury Rd., Birmingham 9, Ala. Campbell, Ann Blake ....226 W. Fair Oaks, San Antonio, Tex. Campbell, Mary Elizabeth ...Chesham Dr., Middlebury, Conn. Canaday, Linda Marie 44 Rockwood Rd., Plandome, N.Y. Canary, Lucy Ann 893 N. Trezevant, Memphis, Tenn. Carmichael, Mary Stuart 308 E. 6th St., Perrysburg, O. Carney, Marie Louise 229 Hillwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Carozza, Maria Colette ..3601 Texas Ave. SE, Washington, D.C. Carr, Suzanne Caldwell ....426 Stonewall Ave., Winchester, Va. Carter, Katherine Hill, 2121 LeRoy PI. NW, Washington 8, D.C. Castelli, Fernanda Wales, 560 S. Orange Grove Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Cate, Elizabeth Guignard, 129 S. Waccamaw Ave., Columbia, S.C. Chaikowski, Andrea Holly, 116 Roundwood Rd., Newton Upper Falls 64, Mass. Chambers, Elisabeth Lacy 514 Fairfax Ave., Norfolk, Va. Chandler, Martha Ann 1420 Grierson, San Angelo, Tex. Chapman, Helen Gardner, Box 33, US Navy 100, c o FPO, New York, N.Y. Chapman, Louise Hardie 1528 Carr St., Raleigh, N.C. Chen, Mary 261-01 Pembroke Ave., Great Neck, N.Y. Childrey, Barbara Tyler 3312 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. Christie, Jessie Morgan 21 Prospect St., Farmingdale, N.Y. Cobb, Louise Settle Kelona Plantation, Powhatan, Va. Cochrane, Elisabeth Floyd 200 El Bravo, Palm Beach, Fla. Coggins, Iris Anne 410 Lancaster Ave., Haverford, Penn. Cohen, Rosalind Augusta 300 Eighth St., Radford, Va. Coleman, Caroline Carlisle 3812 Glencoe Dr., Birmingham 9, Ala. Coleman, Lura Ann 7 Weldon Lane, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Collett, Mary P., 3663 Spring Hollow Rd., Indianapolis 8, Ind. CoUyer, Patricia Alyson Valley Dr., Greenwich, Conn. Colwill, Eleanor Gould 515 W. 40th St., Baltimore 11, Md. Colwill, Elizabeth Tunis .... 515 W. 40th St., Baltimore ii, Md. Comer, Cynthia Gamble 1464 Twin Pines Dr., Macon, Ga. Cone, Anne Wortham ..710 Country Club Dr., Greensboro, N.C. Cone, Susan Warner 2714 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Connerat, Laura Spencer 20 E. 50th St., Savannah, Ga. Conway, Laura Mitchell ..522 N. Norwood St., Arlington 3, Va. Cook, Janet Lister Moore House Rd., Yorktown, Va. Cook, Margaret 620 Hope St., Bristol, R.I. Cook, Margaret Celeste Moore House Rd., Yorktown, Va. Cooke, Mary Harrison 820 Roanoke Ave., Elizabeth, N.J. Cooper, Dale Ann 69 Arrandale, Rockville Centre, N.Y. Cooper, Joyce 18 East Lane, Short Hills, N.J. Coppedge, Nancy Smith . .250 Blackland Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. Cornell, Nancv Branch 550 Park St., Upper Montclair, N.J. Cosby, Mary Appleton 661 Hempstead PI., Charlotte, N.C. Cowen, Judith Eleanor ...Parkside Rd., Harrington Park, N.J. Cox, Patricia Sheldon, 113 Norris Rd., Alapocas, Wilmington, Del. Coxe, Patricia Barringer Skufful Farm, Darlington, S.C. Crawford, Jill 228 Sharon Dr., San Antonio 12, Tex. Cripe, Jane Elizabeth ..5707 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. Crommelin, Katharine Vasser, 1253 Magnolia Curve, Montgomery, Ala. Crosby, Eleanor Ralston 3 E. 71st St., New York 21, N.Y. Crowell, Ann Redfern 4 Berkeley PI., Cranford, N.J. D Davis, Carol 607 N. 65th St., Omaha, Neb. Davis, Leslie Hunting Homeport Farm, Parole, Md. Davis, Patricia Ann 405 S. Hale St., Piano, 111. Decker, Susan Gaylord 22 Riverside Dr., Binghamton, N.Y. Devener, Claire Evelyn 60 Redfield Pkwy., Batavia, N.Y. Dew, Elizabeth Ward 3420 Pine St., Jacksonville. Fla. DiBiase, Joyce Frances 12 Myrtle Ave., Belleville 9, N.J. Dienst, Kathryn Barton 3223 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. Dillabough, Cornelia Ann, Avenida Atlantica 1782, Apt. 905, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Dismukes, Anne Elizabeth 1708 Carter Ave., Columbus, Ga. Dockerv, Keith Douglas Dockery Farms, Cleveland, Miss. Dobs, Mary Ellen Box 437, Danville, Va. Doscher, Diane 55 Meadow Rd., Riverside, Conn. Dougherty, Jo Anne 7841 Skyline Dr., Harrisburg, Pa. Dreesman, Marilyn Margaret 313 Maple PI., Algona, Iowa Duke, Elizabeth Etheridge, 815 Woodland Dr., Greensboro, N.C. Duncan, Nancy Harrell 114 Buford PI., Macon, Ga. Dunlap, Anne 1151 Oakcliflf Rd., Macon, Ga. 158 .Y. ' -Vi ' W. ' ' • ' Student Directory Punning, Deborah Jean Canterbury Rd., Brooklyn, Conn. Durham, Louise Spears ..Richwood Hall, Charles Town, V. Va. Durham, Mary Smnvdon, Richivood Hall, Charles Town, V. V:i. E Eagles, Ann Mayhew P.O. Box lo. Anchorage, Ky. Early, Frances Browne Woodherry Forest, ' a. Edgar Heather 3036 H St. NW, Washington, D.C. Egolf, Jean Campbell . .fiooi Brookside Dr., Chevy Chase 15, Md. Ellice, Anne Parry Fairvicw Farm, Annandale, N.J. Ellis, Jane Elizabeth R.F.D. 4, Box 385, Roanoke, Va. Emery, Linda Mae 225 Foster Dr., lies Moines, loua Evans, Linda Hope, Qts. A, Naval Supply Corps School, Athens, Ca. Evins, SeKvyn Frances, 3624 Country Club Rd., Birmingham, Ala. F Fales. Willia Foster, .■ merican Embassy, The Hague, Netherlands Farmer, .Mice Cary 2923 Field Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. Farmer, Elizabeth Pendleton . .2923 Field Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. Farnam, Elsie Anne ..High Meadow Farm, Wallingford, Conn. Farrell, Matilde . ' Xnne 172 Beverly Rd. NE, Atlanta 9, Ga. Few, Elizabeth Vanderhorst, 665 Sasco Hill Rd., Southport, Conn. Finnegan, Sara Anne ...215 Hawthorne Ave., Pikesville 8, Md. Fitzhugh, Emily Elizabeth 222 Ridge Dr., Jackson, Miss. Fitzgerald, Cornelia Louise, 31 Jamestown Rd., The Crescent, Charleston, S.C. Fleet, Elizabeth Maynard 45 Old Mill Rd., Richmond, Va. Fleshman, Nancy . nn 634 College Ave., Bluefield, V. Va. Fort, Chloe Frierson 219 Jackson Blvd., Nashville, Tenn. Forsyth, Elizabeth Morton, 3122 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg, Va Foster, Carolyn Cccile, 4140 Woodbine St., Chevy Chase 15, Md. Frazer, Brenda Lyn . .. .Clarksville Rd., Princeton Junction, N.J. Frazier, Elizabeth Hope ..211 (Ilenwood Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn. Frost, Lucy Elizabeth 22 Dana PI., Englewood, N.J. G Galleher, Susan Elgin Box 190, Manassas, Va. Galvin, Patricia ..Box 315, Mountain Home Rd., Woodside, Cal. (lantt, Jean Duval Gloucester Point, Va. Gardner, Gaye Taber, 6411 Brookside Dr., Chevy Chase 15, Md. Garnett, Maria Tyler 141 1 Claremont Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. (Jarrer, .■ nna Matilda, Willem de Jwijgerlaan 122, Overveen, The Netherlands Garrity, .Mabel Irene 29 Rose St., Forty Fort, Pa. Garst, Jane Wilkins ....Brown Files, Cobham, Surrey, England Gathings, Tolise K 421 W. Barton St., West .Memphis, . rk. CJatliff, Carroll Jean Williamsburg, Ky. Gibbs, Mary MacDonald 2 Oak PI., Baltimore 18, Md. Gibson. Courtney Holcombe, 304 Caroline St., Fredericksburg, Va. Giles, Lucy Emmaline 200 Hume St., Gallatin, Tenn. Gilliland, Jean 4323 Beverly Dr., Dallas 5, Tex. Glazier, Deborah Lee 610 Mayfair Ave., Richmond, Va. Gough, Carolyn Lowerec . .4507 Roland Ave., Baltimore 10, Md. Graf, Marilynn Lucretia 1814 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. Grant, Dorothy Pryor 136 E. 79th St., New York 21, N.Y. Gray, .Amelia Jo 771 Palmetto St., Spartanburg, S.C. Green. Cornelia Elizabeth 32 Keene St., Providence 6, R.L Green, Marilnu Jane ....603 Highland Park Dr., Billings, Mont. Greer, Judith Killingcr Box 109, Marion, Va. Gridle , Terry Jo 1235 Roanoke Rd., San Marino, Cal. Griffiss, Mary Keating . . . . loA Scenic Hwy., Lookout Mt., Tenn. Grinnan, Catherine Grymes ..25 Rio Vista Lane, Richmond, Va. Groat, Katrina Camden, S.C. Gueymard, Joan 905 Second St., Morgan City, La. CJuy, Catherine Bradley, 704 Ponce de Leon . ve., Montgomery 4, Ala. Gwathmey, Margaret Smith, 20 Windward Rd., Belvedere, Cal. Hagerty, Katharine Meriwether, " Smithficld, " St. Stephen ' s Church, Va. Haldcman, Jane Washington Glenview, Ky. Hall, Nancy Ellen 2288 Main St., Stratford, Conn. Hamilton, Mamie Brooke ...118 W. Harding, Greenwood, Miss. Hamilton, Sally Louise 118 W. Harding, Greenwood, Miss. Hammond, .Arui Powell Burley Manor, Berlin, Md. Hannah, Mary Elizabeth 586 4th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Harrier, Joanne 114 Robinson Ave., Pen Argyl, Pa. Harris, Judith Ailene 1923 Overhill Rd., Charlotte, N.C. Harris, Molly Spence 200 Poplar Lane, Richmond, Va. Harrison, ( ' ornelia 68 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass. Harrison, Penelope Allis ....421 Country Lane, Louisville 7, Ky. Hart, Jacqueline CJav i Shore Edge Lane, Short Hills, N.J. Hartwell, Judith Gale 22 Woodhill Rd., Tenafiv, N.J. Hartwell, Susan . ' Vnne 22 Woodhill Rd., Tenafly, N.J. Haskell, Dorothv Clark 4 Paxton Rd., Richmond, Va. Ilaskill, ludith Clark 512 Linden Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Haskell, Sheila Merritt 53 Overlook Rd., Painesville, O. Hatcher, Jane MacDonald ..1044 Jeannette Ave., Columbus, Ga. Hayman, Wendy Gail Three Toms Inn, Thomasville, Ga. Headstream, Charlotte Jean, 3357 Highland Pk. PI., Memphis, Tenn. Heint , Dulcie Dowling, Washington Tract Farm, Bristol Rd., Clinton, N. . Hekma, Jacqueline North St., Greenwich, Conn. Henley, Melba Rav, 109 Fairview Ave., Northgate Hgts., Greenville, S.C. Henry, Louise Indian Head Rd., Riverside, Conn. Heve, Leslie Courtenay 26 Lawrence Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y. Hight, Susan 147 Marshall St., Leicester, Mass. Hill, Marjorie Aiui 210 Trumbull Rd.. Manhasset, N.Y. Hilton, Mary Jane 2604 Eye St. NW, Washington, D.C. Himes, Sara Allen 2927 Hawthorne Rd., Tampa, Fla. Ho, Mill Kwan 3630 Upton St. NW, Washington, D.C. Hoffman, Lynn Lewis 440 Tenth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. Holland, Martha Jane . .4904 Staunton . vc., Charleston, W. Va. Holmes, Janet 1783 W. Inion Blvd., Bethlehem, Pa. Hooker, Elise Brewster ..9 Ridgcwood Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. Horner, Mary .Anne, 2800 Woodley Rd. NW, Washington 8, D.C. Horton, Barbara -Ann 1313 Kent St., Durham, N.C. Howell, Neva Nancv 6835 Westlake, Dallas, Tex. Hudler, Nancy Wikoff, ■Glen Vir Nan, " Lawrence • Cold Soil Rds., Lawrenceville, N.J. Hunt, Sue Barrow 305 S. Main St., Middletown, O. Hutchins, F ' lizabeth Harkness, 48 Chestnut Dr., Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Hutter, . nn Fontaine 1499 Langhorne Rd., Lynchburg, ' a. I Iliff, .Marybelle Lyde 3488 N. Venice, Arlington 7, Va. Innes, Margaret pilizabeth Route 5, Warrensburg, Mo. Israel, Lucy M.ackall 19951 Beachcliff Blvd., Rocky River, O. J Jamison, Jane Helene . .616 Ridgewood Dr., West Lafayette, Ind. lanssen, Karen Margarethe, 76 Silver Spring Rd., Short Hills, N.J. Jenkins, Louise Green i Norfieet Ct., Tarboro, N.C. Johnson, Charlotte Elizabeth ..1702 Colonial Rd., Raleigh, N.C. Johnson, Judith Frances ....2485 Burns Ave., Detroit 14, Mich. Johnson, Julia Marie 3 Hillside Rd., Baltimore 10, Md. Johnson, Julie Ruth 1 89 Overbrook Rd., Elyria. O. Johnson, Margaret .Austin H, 500 W. Brow Rd., Lookout Mt., Tenn. Johnston, .Anne Scott 127 V. Park Dr., Raleigh, N.C. Johnston, Elizabeth Carrington, 804 Gracel. n Ct., Blacksburg, Va. Jones, .Alice Carr 806 Hillrise Blvd., Johnson City, Tenn. Jones, Eugenia Ann 923 Larchmont Crescent, Norfolk 8, Va. Jones, Ruth Wilson 906 Mulberry Rd., Martinsville, Va. Jones, Virginia .Anne The Oaks, Hornell, N.Y. Jones, Virginia Lee, 7 Stuyvestant Oval, Apt. 5-F, New York 9, N.Y. Jordan, Cornelia Howard ..141 5 Third St., New Orleans 13, La. K Kamke, .Adeline Chase 786 Oakwood, East .Aurora, N.Y. Kellev, Mary lj)uise 105 Buxton R.I., Falls Church, Va. Kellv, Barbara Elaine 599 Ramapo Rd., Teaneck, N.J. Kennedy, Loti Rhett 1906 Lyttleton St., Camden, S.C. Kennedy, Mary Hunter . . . .1525 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte. N.C. t59 Student Directory Kcrkam, Donna Caiolvn, ■ 4773 Dexter St. N V, Wa llingt(ln 7, D.C. Kistler, Margaret Frances, 4016 Oliver St., Chevv Chase 15, Md. Klein, Mary Josephine 3007 Park Ave., Augusta, Ga. Knickerbncker, Linda ..Windsor Hill, Rt. 3, Charlottesville, Va. L l.adden, Diana Maud Canfield Rd., Convent, . .J. Laing, Alicia 915 Buchanan, Topeka, Kansa- I.amond, Cary Randolph ..12S0 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria, ' a. Lamson, Carolyn Ann, 6137 Chickering Ct., Nashville 12, Tenn. Lane, Deborah 57 Wahvorth Ave., Scarsdale, N.Y. Lane, Ila 84 Maple Dr., Great Neck, N.Y. Lansdale, Chloe Wimberly, 19200 S. Woodland, Cleveland 22, O. deLashmutt, Margaret Olmstead, 7814 Hampden Lane, Bethesda 14, Md. La Staiti, Sandra Sara 107 Ryan St., New Bedford, Mass. Lathrop, Dominique Gracieta, 3228 Carlisle Rd., Birmingham, Ala. Lay, Frances Custis, 320 N. Cliffwood Ave., Los Angeles 49, Cal. Layer, Frances Deanna 3+-06 8ist St., Jackson Hgts., N.Y. Lee, Anne Carter 2314 Wycliffe Ave., Roanoke, Va. Lee, Rebekah Broun 1718 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Lewis, Barbara McDonnell ..1515 Wightman St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lewis, Linda Ann 118 Brittany Dr., San Antonio, Tex. Lisle, Lucy Dodson 729 Delaware Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. Lloyd, Gail Patricia i Willow Ave., Larchmont, N.Y. Lord, Carol Holbrook, Garth Manor, Garth Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y. Lord, Nancy Margaretta 2610 Orchard Rd., Hollister, Cal. Lotterhos, Ary Jane 905 Pinehurst, Jackson, Miss. Lowe, Isa Mary 183 Bow Lane, Louisville 7, Ky. Lowry, Lucinda White 3006 Grand Ave., Middletown, O. Lucas, Marion Courtney 23 E. 65th St., Savannah, Ga. Lusk, Martha Fulton 1201 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh 32, Pa. Lutz, Virginia Davis .... 1427 34th St. NW, Washington 7, D.C. Lux, Joan Frances .... 102 Meadow-brook Ct., Charlottesville, Va. M McArthur, Linda Ann 1821 Tod Ave. NW, Warren, O. McCall, Margaret Virginia, 30 University Cir., Tuscaloosa, Ala. MrCo , Susan ' irginia ..635 N. Chestnut, Arlington Hgts., III. MrDoriald, Mollic Lee ....1755 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. McKai-hern, Betty Lauren Lake Drive S., Riverside, Conn. McEachern, Drusilla Shepherd, 2915 Hydrangea PL, Wilmington, N.C. McFall, Page Tucker . .4902 Staunton . ' Vve., Charleston 4, W. Va. McKee, Margot Ann Westtown, Pa. McKenzie, Karen Lee 154 Los Robles, Burlingame, Cal. Mahie, Jacqueline Jett 904 Dover Rd., Greensboro, N.C. Macfarland, Marilyn 251 Cheswold Lane, Haverford, Pa. MacKenzie, Mary Edith ..222 N. Main St., Wallingford, Conn. MacKethan, Virginia Lord ....7645 Maury Arch, Norfolk, Va. Marble, Elizabeth Myers ..131 Laurel Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. Marbury, Frances Anne ..20 Westmoreland PI., St. Louis 8, Mo. Marchant, Virginia Lee CSull Point, Mathews, Va. Martin, Lucy Adelle i2o ' ,2 E. 65th St., New York, N.Y. Mason, Martha Lou Rt. i. Box 476, Princess Anne, ' a. Mather, Kathleen Carmichael, 2907 Cameron Mills Rd., Alexandria, Va. Mathiasen, Sally Ann 304 E. Beverly St., Staunton, ' a. Mattas, Elizabeth Anne 833 Taylor Ave., Scranton 10, Pa. Matthews, Lida Fee 633 Fourth St., Portsmouth, O. Matthews, Mary lee ig E. 74th St., New York 18, N.Y. Maxwell, Martha Selman ....2234 McDowell St., Augusta, Ga. Mayfield, Sarah Frances ..3519 Principio Ave., Cincinnati 26, O. Mayher, Dorothy Illges Box 841, Plumfield, Columbus, Ga. Mayhew, Anne Elizabeth ....330 Hampton Rd., Piedmont, Cal. Maynard, Janet Moore, Rt. 7, Alamance Acres, Burlington, N.C. Meade, Elizabeth Valentine, R.F.D. 3, Farmington, Charlottesville, Va. Mederer, Gloria Jean 2006 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, Ga. Mendoza, Celia Isabel, Colonia Palmira, Tegucigalpa D.C, Honduras Meredith, Ann Catherine 1000 Hickory St., Crosset, Ark. Merritt, Kristin Boyle, Miss. Meyerink, Elizabeth Penn, 830 Lombard! Lane, San Mateo, Cal. Miller, Lizora Schoolfield ...213 .Xmpthill Rd,, Richmond, Va. Mixson, Juanita Oglesby 200 High St., ' aldosta, Cla. Molander, Miriam Powell, 1309 VJ. Minnehaha Pkwy., Miiuieapolis, Minn. Moltz, Marion Whitehead ...i ioi Elmira St., Williamsport, Pa. Mooradian, Tay Susaiuie, 38 Rockaway Ave., Marblehead, Mass. Moore, Allison Badger 2150 Norton Rd., Charlotte, N.C. Moore, Dorothy Daniel, 3003 Habersham Rd. N.W, Atlanta, Ga. Morison, Eleanor Truax Middleburg, Va. Morris, Alice McLean . .1623 Berkley Circle, Chattanooga, Tenn. Morris, Jean Elizabeth 701 Grandview, San Antonio, Tex. Morse, Joan Handte, 3707 Harrison St. NW, Washington 15, D.C. Muldaur, Diana Charlton, 1344 Bolton Rd., Pelham Manor, N.Y. Mundy, Margaret Kyle ..3128 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Murdock, Sarah Jane 426 E. Faulkner, El Dorado, Ark. Murphy, Barbara Leitch ....306 Monterey Ave., Annapolis, Md. N Nallev, Diana Lynne 1 524 Riverside Dr., Gainesville, Ga. Nash, Lorinda Ann Battles Rd., Gates Mill, O. Nassib, Virginia CJrace ....145 Rockwood Rd., Manhasset, N.Y. Nelson, Page The Moorings, Millwood, Va. Nesle, Virginia Hickman ....15 E. 91st St., New York 28, N.Y. Newbury, Willie Ann ....1747 Woodlark Ave., Lexington, Ky. Newmaii, Clare Adelaide ..98 Highland Ave., Short Hills, N.j. Newman, Mildred Bledsoe . .98 Highland Ave., Short Hills, N.J. Nichols, Ellen Carter 201 Fifth Ave., Denton, Md. Niider, Kadri 89-40 163rd St., Jamaica 32, N.Y. Noll, Mary Ann 320 S. Center, Falfurrias, Tex. O O ' Leary, Mary Blair 415 N. Hanley, St. Louis 5, Mo. Oliver, Frances Elizabeth ...102 Beechwood Rd., Summit, N.J. Oliveri, Marianna 7 herese, 4745 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. O ' Neil, Julie Boyd 921 Frances St., Knoxville, Tenn. Orgain, Norvell Stuart 5505 Matoaka Rd., Richmond, Va. Owens, Mary Oliver .341 N. Main St., Box 109, Manassas, Va. Owens, Sally Lamar Box 26, Sharon, Conn. Owings, Rosalie Carey Riderwood, Md. P Padgitt, Willie Day 333 Terrell Rd., San Antonio, Tex. Pagan, Annabel Witherspoon ..3302 Main St., Texarkana, Tex. Palmer, Jocelyn Marie . . .1200 Canterbury Rd., Charlotte 7, N.C. Parker, Alice Fleming 309 First Ave., Franklin, Va. Parker, Anne Peabody ....46 Glen Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Parrott, Marion Alexander, 7007 Sherwood Dr., Knoxville, Tenn. Patmore, Shirley Eve 3561 Gridley Rd., Shaker Hgts 22, O. Patteson, Norma Jean Amherst, Va. Paul, Charity 428 Blueridge Rd., Indianapolis, Ind. Payne, Marcia Bradfield 35 Old Mill Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Pearsall, Barbara Ann ..1543 N. Jefferson St., Arlington 5, V ' a. Pearson, Elizabeth Campbell ..1128 Bissonnet, Houston 5, Tex. Pease, Elizabeth Olds 22 Remington Rd., Windsor, Conn. Penn, Virginia Reid 310 Sedgwick Dr., Syracuse, N.Y. Percy, Ann Buchanan 1043 . " Ashland PI., Lynchburg, Va. Perkins, Patsy Kay 711 Wichita Hgwy., Jacksboro, Tex. Perrin, Anita Frances Herndon, River Rd., Richmond, Va. Philion, Suzanne, Rua Marconi, 124, 90 Andar, Sao Paulo, S. A., Brazil Pickering, Marie Louise . . . .iiiiPark Ave., New York 28, N-Y. Pogue, Helen Celeste ...8755 Camarga Dr., Cincinnati 43, Ohio Pohl, Suzanne 215 Dewitt Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. fowell, Ann Pendleton 1238 Rothesay Rd., Richmond, Va. Powell, Nancy Myra 4500 Newport St., Richmond, Va. Powell, Patricia Ann 3806 Sulgrave Rd., Richmond, Va. Prevost, Adora Lea Hazelwood, N.C. Price, Rew 1 500 N. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, III. Prichard, Ann Carter, W. Montrose Rd., RFD 4, Rockville, Md. Prichard, Elsie Quarrier, 917 Ridgeway Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Pringle, Evelyn Leconte ....507 Congaree Ave., Columbia, S.C. Prothro, Kathryn Anne ...2109 Ellingham, Wichita Falls, Tex. Pulis, Margaret Low ene . . 30 Broadview Terrace, Chatham, N.J. Q Quaile, Elizabeth Milmine Lakeville, Conn. R Ramey, Cay (Irafton Farm, Marshall, ' a. Ramsey, Virginia Anne, 624 Royal Plaza, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ray, Eloise Catherine Stanwich Rd., Greenwich, Conn. Ready, Virginia Louise 138 University Ave., Fresno, Cal. V ♦ " ♦♦ ' " " ■ • :.♦ ■♦ .:• ' •■ -■.V NVAV . --N- Mtaia MkiMaM v SS Student Director y Reece, Marie Teresa 312 Fairmont Ave., Milton, Mass. Reeves, Barbara Chisliolm 129 I )rinK Ave., Pclham, N. ' . Reitz, Suzanne 501 V. Sixth St., Oil (itv, I ' a. Reyelt, Christine McKcnzie, 1019 Esplanade, Pclham Mannr, N ' . ' . Rienccke, Anne N ' orris Rosebrook Ril., New Canaan, Conn. Ritchev, Ann McOiarmid 3 Beechcrest Lane, Cincinnati, (). Rockstraw, Antonie Bowcn, 36 . ' Mtamont .Apt., Charliitlesville, ' a. Rogers, .Xnnc Elizabeth ..2916 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tenii. Rohrer, Judith Anne 47+5 Bayard St., Pittslnirgh 13, Pa. Rolph, Ella Amalie Jaegcrhofstr 31, Diisseldorf, (Jermanv Rose, .Mena Louise 2808 Midvale Ave., Philadelphia 29, Pa. Ross, Barbara Virginia 43 Barrett Dr., I ' ort ' Ihonias, Kv. Roulslon, Jane Douglas 22 Clarke Rd., Richmond, Va. Ruffin, Suzanne Nash ....539 Korest Hills Or., Wilmington, N ' .C. Rusmisel, Susan Marieta 38 Bates Rd., (ireat Neck, N. . Russell, Mary Louise Springdale Ave., Dover, Mass. Russell, Patricia Howard, 4621 Rockwood Pkwv, N V, Washington ifi, D.C. Rutherford, Ann Page Colonial Rd., RED i, Guilford, Conn. Ryan, Patricia Ann 5 Rio Vista Dr., Clayton 24, Mo. Rynders, Lynn RD 2, Pre-Emption Rd., (Jeneva, N.V. S Sampson, Barbara Edgelev 318 S. CiarHeld St., Hinsdale, III. Sanders, Leiitia Leigh 42 Temple Ave., Newnan, CJa. Sarcia, Terry .Aurelia 219 Kenyon St., Hartford 5, Conn. Saur, Margaret Anne ..23 W. Beechcroft Rd., Short Hills, N.J. Scherer, Sally Hamilton 1429 Park .Ave., Richmond, Va. Scherr, Elinor Babb 721 Lindell Ave., Cincinnati 26, O. Schramm, Marjorie 20 Wilbur St., Vonkers, N ' .Y. Schroder, Mary Jane 51 Shady Hill Rd., Moylan, Pa. Schwartz, Mary Caroline, 800 Berkeley Rd., Westover Hills, Wilmington, Del. Scott, Mary Belle 210 Grove Rd., CJreenville, S.C. Scott, LTry Blair 1 306 Park Ave., Richmond, ' a. Scott, Mary Denny 5407 Cary St. Rd., Richmond, ' a. Seaman, Suzanne Morgan . .44 Kenilworth St., Pittsfield, Mass. Semmes, Margaret Anne .217 W. Woodlawn, San .Antonio, lex. Shields, Julia Lewis Mount Vernon, ' a. Shimek, . Lary Suzanne 3760 Willowick, Houston, Tex. Shinberger, Adt laide Purcellville, Va. Shine, Mary Layne 855 Cleveland Rd., Hinsdale, III. Shorts, ' icki ' irginia 840 Hillside Dr., Seattle, Wash. Shure, Betsy Merle 245 ICnollwood Dr., New ILaven, Conn. Sills, Patricia CJay 6 .Adclc St., Lynchburg, ' a. Sims, Linda Lyon 2660 Rivers Rd. NW, .Atlanta, Ga. Sinwell, .Ann Evans 5508 Kemper Rd., Baltimore 10, Md. Small, Sallie Scott Parkins Mill Rd., Greenville, S.C. Smith, .Ann Courts ..787 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond Beach, Fla. Smith. .Ann Dcvore Laurel wood, Lyimhaven, ' a. Smith, Anne Claiborne ....2 (Chatham Rd. NW, .Atlanta 5, Ga. Smith, Eleanor .Akin 511 Cayuga Hgts. Rd., Ithaca, N.V. Smith, Elizabeth Margaret, 1629 Hertford Rd., Charlotte 7, N.C. Smith, Gretchen Reed Countryside, .Ashland, Ohio Smith, Janice Ellen 902 Rugby Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. Smithy, Rosalie McCormick 14 Water St., Charleston, S.C. Sorley, Judith Manard ..207 Elmhurst .Ave., San Antonio, Tex. Sortor. ' irginia Hargrave ....153 Booth .Ave., E nglewood, X.J. Space, Elizabeth Collier 3609 Abercorn St., Savannah, (ia. Spcel, Gwen Irfpihart P.O. Box 53, Darien, Conn. Staley, Janna Cornelia .. .5742 Watson Rd., Indianapolis, Ind. Stanton, Patricia Carter Four Winds, Church Hill, . Id. Steketee, Mary Moseley, 2000 Thornapplc River Dr., Grand Rapids, Mich. Stevens, Diane 1088 Park Ave., New York 28, N.V. Stiles, Mona Elsie 405 W. Decatur St., Ennis, Tex. Stoddard, Valerie 19 Monmouth Rd., Worcester, Mass. Storey, Margaret Lucas, 2510 Peachtree Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. Storey, Winifred Bailey, 2510 Peachtree Rd. NW, .Atlanta 5, (Ja. Street, Jolinc WiMids 1006 Holbrook Dr., San .Antonio, Tex. Stuart, Sullins 416S Winston Way, Birmingham 9, .Ala. Stubbs, Sue Graves 2106 Island Dr., .Monroe, La. Sturgeon, Mary Copcland ..905 Wellesley Rd., Pittsburgh 6, Pa. Sturr, Mary Riley 805 Albany .Ave.. Alexandria, " a. Styer, Suzanne 726 Penn Ave., West Reading, Pa. Sublett, Barbara Ann 7035 Eudora Dr., Dallas 30, Tex. Sutliflf, Susan Helen 286 Windovcr, Memphis, Tenn. Suitle, Grace Ellis 1590 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. Sweeney, Annabell Ellen 424 Ivy Lane, San Antonio, Tex. Swoyer, Winifred ....6 Llewellyn Wood, Johnson City, Tenn. T Taggard, Mary Lee 5 Redstone Lane, Marblehead, Mass. Taliaferro, Lynn Fontaine, 115 Concourse VV., Brightwaters, N.A ' . I ' atman, Jane Stewart ...1007 Lincoln .Ave., Connersville, Ind. Taylor, Lydia Calvert 1416 Trouville .Ave., Norfolk, Va. Taylor, Susan Spotswood, 772 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem, N.C. Taylor, Suzanne Skyland Farms, Monroe, Va. Thomas, Bcttye Nichols 3900 Ro. al Blvd., Lynchburg, Va. Thornton, Frances Tabb 1817 drove .Ave., Richmond. Va. Thr)rnton, Nina Cooper Pine Cone Dr., Oxford, .N.C. Thrall, Sara Susan 270 Boston Post Rd., Weston, Mass. Thrasher, Lucie Elizabeth 3155 Inglcside Ave., " Macon, Ga. I ' imberlake, Susan Marshall . . . .Ridgcwood .Ave., Staunton, ' a. Todd, Julia Scott Box 469, Orange, ' a. Todd, Mary Kathryn Box 214, Amherst, ' a. Tow ill, Rebecca Hobbs 2404 Kings Way, .Augusta, Cia. Tsai, ' olande ..no W. 9ftth St., .Apt. lo-A, New York 25, N. ' . Tucker, Marta Walton, 75 Lindbergh St., Massapequa Park, N.V. Tyler, Alice Kathleen ...1129 Gordon Ave., Thomasville, Ga. U I ' ll, Dnn.thv Hunter, 22350 McCaulcv Rd., Shaker Hgts. 22, O. I lulirhill, Sarah Reed 2200 Beechridge Rd., Raleigh, N.C. V ' an Valkenburgh, Lyla-Gaye, 183 Grace Church St., Rye, N.Y. ' aughan, Cynthia Orr ..1310 Hoel Pkwy., Kansas Citv 2, Kan. X ' cnable, Susie Wilson 2602 S. Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. ickery, Katherine 12 Richmond PI,, New Orleans, La. X ' ogel, Barbara .Adele ....314 Lexington Rd., Richmond 26, ' a. W Wadman, Margaret Rose, Scotch Mist Inn, P.O., Box 986, Southampton, N.A ' . Walker, Gracia Dickson 133 E. .Agramont, Sea Island, C,a. Walker, Mina Otey 220 Kensington, Lynchburg, Va. Wallace, Nancy Ruina, 2126 W. L ' niversity Ave., Gainesville, Fla. Wallace, Suzanne 618 E. Sherman, Hutchinson, Kan. Ware, Isabel Williams 1806 Park .Ave., Richmond, ' a. Warner, .Alice Hynson ..3213 Swarthmore Rd., Wilmington, Del. Warner, Peggy 305 NW Third St., Walnut Ridge. .Ark. Waterhouse, Dicksie Lee ..2125 Keeaumoku St., Honolulu, TM. Watts, Julia Christian ....79 Kings llgwy,, Huntington, W. ' a. Wawro, Roberta Elizabeth, 44 Walbridge Rd., West Hartford, Conn. Weaver, Ruth Dorney . . . .5307 Tilbury Way, Baltimore 12, Md. Webb, Kate Raney 511 Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, N.C. Wedderburn, Susan Rosemary, 5 Essex Rd., Edinburgh 4, Scotland Weinberger, Diane 955 Dana Ave., Cincinnati, O. Weiner, CJwendolyn 4808 Westridge .Ave., Fort Worth, Tex. Weingart, Eleanor Ann, 159 Lu(|uer Rd., Port Washington, N.Y. Whalev, Emily Fishburne 58 Church St., Charleston, S.C. Wheeler, Jane 69 West St., Leominster, Mass. Whitacre, Judith .Ann 18 Lyman Circle, Cleveland 22, O. Whiteside, Rosemary 3118 21st St., Lubbock, Tex. Wilkerson, Nancy Paige P.O. Box 69, Toccoa, Ga. Wilkerson, Nina Gordon, 303 Peachtree Battle .Ave. NW, Atlanta, Ga. Williams, Celia Howell 122 E. 36th St., Savannah, Ga. Wilson, .Alexandra Love 601 N. Boston Rd., Deland, Fla. Wimbish, -Anne Camilla . . . .2203 Glenview .Ave., Louisville, Ky. Wimbish. .Marydee 2203 Glenview .Ave., Louisville, Ky. Wintree, Macon Elizabeth ..3S65 Peakland PI., Lynchburg, ' a. Winje, Jane Edith 123 S. 54th St ., Omaha, Neb. U ' ood, lleidi Lynn ..5 Sunny Reach Dr., West Hartford, Conn. Woods, Lucia Waller 550 E. Deer Path, Lake Forest, 111. Worboys, .Anne Elizabeth ..iiS Chatham Rd., Syracuse 6, N.V. Worboys, Carol Dana 118 Chatham Rd., Syracuse 6, N.Y. Y Vales, Ellen Hope 25 Headley Rd., Morristown, N.J. Meager, Betty Durham . .49 Colburn St., North Attleboro, Mass. ' oung, Halcia .Ann 517 Rose Lane, Haverford, Pa. Credits and Acknowledgments To Dr. Lawrence G. Nelson, faculty advisor to the Briar Patch, for his interest, his inspiring ideas, and his unfailing moral support which were an immeasurable aid in our projea. To Mr. William L. Burton, of C.W. Warthen Company, for his ever-dependable helpfulness and good humor. To Mr. William P. Blackwell, of Lynchburg Engraving Company, for his valu- able encouragement and amiable assistance in any situation. To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eldridge, who took our group photographs, for their cheerfulness, their calm in the face of unforeseen storms, and the superior quality of their work. To Mr. A. F. Smith, of Raleigh, N.C., our portrait photographer, for his patience and genial cooperation in our program, and the special care he took with each girl. To Mr. Gene Campbell of Lynchburg who took the excellent pictures of our library, dedicatees, and May Court. To Miss Martha von Briesen and Mrs. Walter Barth of the Sweet Briar Public Relations Office for their willingness to help us locate old pictures and to lend ad- vice. To Miss Gwen Speel who with her talent for caricature added warmth and spice to our book. To the Sweet Briar community for their cooperation in meeting appointments and in offering assistance wherever needed. 162 _ :,«•:.♦ .v.wAvx ' v ' - .•;•-•.. Autographs r f f, ♦» t i » id ..Jt • : 4 4 % ' •♦ " ♦ ' ' ♦ " .♦ a -.VAVAV -- j,j.: -. :J , li,i:v: :l3 ' ' .rt - d ..ct.[f . J»V . 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