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

 - Class of 1962

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tn BRIAR --ViLLE ' f 3 2449 0297340 4 5ri-605 S9r4Jb Presented Iw 10 2 staff of Briar Patch MARY HELEN COCHRAN LIBRAR-Y SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE 102937 THF ANNUAL PUBLTCATTON OF THF STUnFNT BODY sWHEl BRIAR COLL ii, i, S W H H 1 BRIAR, V 1 R C, 1 1 1 A J t t t ♦ . . ' t , if ♦.• . :f.- - of Time, of that which remains constant through change . . . Man took a first step toM-ard civiliza- tion with his invention of the wheel; throughout the cultures of both the Occident and the Orient, the wheel has been used as a vehicle for symboliz- ing concepts of lime, and life, and the meaning of human existence. To the Orient, the revolu- tions of the wheel symbolize the circular motion of time — a process of endless repetition. The lives of individuals are thought of as caught up in this motion, as every soul is fated to be born into the ' l " ♦ " 4 ' ♦ ' ♦ » ' • world asiain and ap;ain until it is molded and re- fine«l throufjh its successive experiences of the noblest of human values and strivings. That rare soul which hecoines the enihodiment of the finest aspects of human life, purified of its dross, escapes the cycle of time and life and becomes a part of timelessness. To the West, the movement forwar I of a turninji wheel symbolizes a concept of the nature of time, not as endless repetition, but as a linear motion through a process of con- stant change. So, human life, too, is looked upon as a forwar«l progression toward an envisioned goal, whether as the progress of civilization to- ward the realization of its values, or as the similar progression in an indivitlual life. Here we use a wheel, designed from an old Persian " wheel of M life ' in stone, as a symbol of this academic year 1961-62 — an eclectic symbol, with concepts «lrawn from both East and West to characterize our life and the time we spend at Sweet Briar. One revolu- tion of this wheel represents the repetition of a 1 4 W| u f j 4. yearly cycle: annual college events, traditions, the (lay-l -da ritual of allciidiiig classes and studying. The wheel moves forward, loo. with (he changes brought by each revolulion. Mcndicrs of the stu- dent body and faculty change, new traditions grow up from (he old; each student herself, while fun- damentally the same person she was at her arrival here and at her departure, lives for four years in an eiiviroiiMieiit «itli cndlfss opportunities for en- riching herself. The structure of this environment is represented in the very structur ' of tiie wheel. Kach of its spokes represent a part of the struc- ture which retains an en luring value (picturefl by ItiKJdliist symbols) through the years, and which draw onr individual lives into a common bo«ly of experience. Yet we are individually af- fected by the ideas, the people, the events which conu ' into our lives: we make an individual prog- ress as we are borne aU ng to new vistas with the constantly new experience of life, as the wheel turns. 102937 ;» ♦ .. i ♦_. i- . .• .■ , ■ .■ f ♦- ♦. ♦- S e i Ci fidvi " How like art thou to Joy remembered well! So gleams the past, the light of other days, which shines. ... " — Byron Miss Winnie and her family became part of the Sweet Briar community in 1909, when they moved to Mount St. Angelo, in this most " Eng- lish " of the states. While the college was still quite new, Mount St. Angelo became a second liome to Sweet Briar girls, who came to hear Dr. Walker tell ghost stories, to learn liow to knit, or just to visit. It is with some regret that Miss Winnie has watched Sweet Briar ' s growth from a small, close-knit family to the mucli laiger school of today. However, the friendly atmosphere that existed in the Walker home is still the essence of the spirit of Sweet Briar. One source of this friendliness may be traced to the Bookshop, where Miss Winnie, with her warm smile and thoughtful interest, gives hap- piness to all who come to browse along the shelves. Miss Winme Walker tUc Svi V (J tc » . " ?V -.T-T J ' -.T, ( c tcr i ' BOOK 1 BOOK 2 BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK BOOK 7 BOOK 8 Administration Seniors Underclasses Activities Athletics May Day Graduation Directory of Student and Adxertisers page 11 page 23 page 85 page 109 page 133 page 141 |:)age 147 page 153 »! • • ' r ' T - . - -r r- ■» Sweet Briar campus from Monument Hi .4.: i»; Tliese Iwo new huildiiigs were opened in Septeinher. 1%1. Marv lie nolds Babroi-k Fine Arts Center ' Mary Helen Cochran Library riie Boat House " • ' " i ' ♦ ' » • ' • riiL- Kcfeclory . , f K fv ' ' . ' ♦»; V V f ' ' V % ?? ' »■ ' r ' • V: . ' - .- .- ♦: ;♦!• .•♦- ' . ' ' v -- w - OK 1 yTt VM ivi i tv tio v» Ax. llial which builds develops, protects. ♦ • ••♦:♦■ f. -v ' ANNE GARY PANNELL President Board of Directors As spccilicil li iIk ' cluirli ' i- nf iticdijKiiatioii granted li the (!()iiiiniiinvi ' altli of Virginia in Fcliruary. 1901. the Biiani of Directors ini Indes se en ineniliers. ( ' ieeted for life. They are enipowered |o hold all ]jid|H ' ilies in trust and to fill any varancy which nia « ( ni in tluir nundjers. Tlie first Directors were named li llie four Trustee ' s of the estate of Indiana I ' leleiier Williams, under llie terms of whose will Sueel Uriar (!idlcge was founded. Thoma.s C. Boush. li., .A.!?.. C.hainuan Richmond, Virginia C. Raine Pettyjohn, M.E Lynchburg. Virginia Vice-Cliainriaii and Scrrclary Sara Siiai.i.knbercek Brovv.n. A.R. Harrods Creek, Kentucky Co.- .me M. Cuio , M.D., D.Sc New York, New York Adrian M. Mas.sie, B.A Rye, New York BuFORD Scott Richmond. Virginia L wso. W. Turner Forest. Virginia Executive Committee Mr. Scott, Chairman, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Pkttv.iohn, Mr. Turnicr The Chainiinn of the Hoard and the President of the College an ' mem hers ex-officio Board of Overseers Established in May. 1927, the Board of Overseers is com- posed of the seven Directors and additional members, elected by the Directors, most of whom serve six-year terms and may be re-elected. The first alumnae were named to the Board of Overseers in 1934. At present, alunniae are elected for four-year terms and may not succeed themselves. The active oversight of the College is in the hands of the larger Board, whose decisions are submitted for ratification to the Board of Directors. The President o{ the College is cx-officio a member of the Board of Overseers. Thomas C. Boushall. Chairnum C. Raine Pettyjohn. Vicc-Chairinan and Secretary Term Expires 1962 Martha Lou Stohlman. Ph.D. .. .Princeton, New Jersey Term Expires 1963 Wright Bryan, B.S Cleveland, Ohio Hi OH K. DllFFIELD. A.B Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Term Expires 1964 Charles H. Murchison, LL.B Jacksonville, Florida Elizabeth Pinkerton Scott, A.B. North Garden, Virginia The Rt. Rev. Richard S. Watson, D.D Salt Lake City, Utah Term Expires 1965 Gladys Wester Horton, A.B Maplewood. New Jersey J. H. Tyler McConnell, LL.B Wilmington, Delaware Edward Thompson Wailes. B.S Washington. D. C. Term Expires 19f)6 John J. Corson, Ph.D Washington, D. C. J. Wilson Newman. J.D Short Hills, New Jersey Charles N. Prothro. B.B.A Wichita Falls. Texas IVrm K pire Robert C. Tyson. B.A Gorham B. Walker. Jr.. B.A. . Walter S. Robertson, LL.D. . . 1967 . . New ork, New ork . . .Lynchburg. Virginia . . . .Ftichmond. Virginia Sarah Belk Gambrell. A.B. .New York. New York , nne Pannell. D.Phil., ex-officio. President of the College Phoebe Rowe Peters, A.B., ex-officio. President of the Siveet Briar Alumnae Association t » f f ♦ ♦ • ♦..- f • f •■ ,• ♦ -f.t- K C ♦- ' . Deans MARY J. PEARL Mary J. Pearl. Ph.D Dean Frances Suter, M.A Assistant Dean Dorothy Jester, A.B Dean of Students Marion G. Cotton, M.A Assistant Dean of Students . IAHI(). (.. COlToiS FRANCE.S SUTER 14 Administrative Staff Jkan Loi ' isK Williams. A.M Director of Admission Jeant.tte Boom:. A.B Recorder Petkk V. Daniel. B.A Assislant to the I ' rcsidenl; Treasurer HiLi) C,K HiTE. B.A Executive Secretary and Idministratire Assistant to the President II. 1 I. Kit Gemmell, M.S Librarian Elizabeth Bond Wood, A.B Executive Secretary, Alumnae Association M RT1I V() BriesEN. a.m. Director oj Public Relations .MuiiIm uu iJiic.-cii, Jcun Luuiau illiam , Hilda Ora llilc. Peter V. Daniel. Jeanette Boone, H. Tyler Gemmell, Elizahetli Bond Wood. i - ♦ ♦. ' •♦, . f- rT 4 , ;»jafcyAg itmy.Mt ,w. ' j{ Faculty Miss lien Marik inslnuts a class in Piano Lilera- lure. RiCHAitD ' . Barron Visiting Professor of Govern- ment. B.A., Knox College; Ph.D., University of Virginia. Belle Boone Beard Professor of Sociology. A.B., Lynchburg College ; M.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College. Carl Bricken Professor of .Music. B.A.. Yale University; Ecole Nor- niale, Paris ; Mannes School of Music. New York. Robert L. Coon Assistant Professor of French. B.A., Dartmouth ; M.A.. Ph.D.. Princeton Univcrsitv. Eleanor D. Barton Professor of Art. A.B., Vas- sar College; A.M., New Y ' ork University; Ph.D., Radcliffe College. Jane C. Belcher Professor of Biology. A.B., Colby College; A.M., Colum- bia University; Ph.D.. Uni- versity of Missouri. Joanne Brownlee Instructor in Chemistry. B.A.. - ' gnes Scott College; A..M., Mount Holyoke College. Charles Lawson Crowe Associate Professor of Philos- ophy. . .B., Duke University; M.A.. Ph.D., Columbia Uni- versity. Arthur S. Bates Professor of French. A.B., Hamilton College; A.M., Ph.D., Cornell University. Miriam F. Bennett Associate Professor of Biol- ogy. A.B., Carleton College; A.M., Mount Holyoke Col- lege ; Ph.D.. Northwestern Universitv. Laura T. Buckham Professor of French. A.B., University of Vermont ; A.M., Ph.D., Radcliffe College. Wallace Dace Associate Professor of Eng- lish. A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University ; M.F.A., Yale University ; Ph.D.. Lfniversity of Denver. ■ i ' l « » • ♦ ♦ Akmilu a. Dki. Giitxo Visiting Associate Professor of Italian. B.S., New York University; A.M., Ph.D., Columbia University. U ' ln 1 l. I ' mlcdneh Instructor in Education and Psychology. . .B., Lynchburg College; .M.Ed.. University of Virginia. TlilJMAS , (ill.l ' MUlCK .Assistant Professor of Gov- ernment. B.S., M.A., Univer- I of Illinois; Ph.D., Uni- versity of Chicago. I). - ! ' . HiNKI.E .Assistant Professor of Span- ish ; Secretary of the Faculty. n.A.. M.A., University of Virginia. Lentz C. DeVoi. Associate Professor of Phys- ics. B.A., Marietta College; M.S., University of Cincin- nati. Ri Til . 1. KinM Associate Professor of Art. U.S.. .M.A., Ph.D., Columbia Universitv. G. NuBI.E GiLl ' IN Professor of Music. B.Mus.. .M..Mus., Syracuse University ; 1)..S.. I., Union Theological . " eminarv. Pathicia Horst Assistant Professor of Physi- cal Education. B.A., Ohio State University. El-IZAFIETII EmeHSON Assistant Professor of Eng- lish. A.B., .Mount Holyoke College; M.A., University of Tinnessee; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College. Max . e Cauneu Professor of Religion. A.B.. Woman ' s College of the Uni- versity of North Carolina; .M.A., Union Theological Seminary-Columbia Univer- sity; Ph.D., University of Aberdeen. Mu.w K. Hm ' m.v Professor of Government and Economics. A.B., Beloit Col- lege; A.M.. University of Ne- braska; Ph.D., Duke Univer- sitv. Cimiii.es M. HiiMmel .Associate Professor of Eco- nomics. B.S., Virginia Poly- technic Institute; .M.A., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania ; Ph.D., University of Virginia. Faculty Facult) gather for irifdniial Imicli and discussion at Boxwood. f-, ,- ' A-f,;v ' :., •■ ' • Ernest N. Kirrmann Associate Professor of Ger- man. B.S., College of the City of New York; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University ; Ph.D., North- western University. Katherine .MacDonald Associate Professor of Physi- cal Education. B.S., Tufts College; M.A., State Univer- sity of Iowa. H. Chester Markle, Jr. Associate Professor of Chem- istry. B.S., Franklin and Marshall College; M.S.. Ph.D., Carnegie Institute of Technology. Betty Sue Moehlenkamp Assistant Professor of Physi- cal Education. A.B., Ran- dolph-Macon Woman ' s Col- lege. Mary Ann Lee Professor of Mathematics. A.B., Randolph-Macon Wo- man ' s College ; A.M., Univer- sity of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Cornell University. Gertrude Malz Professor of Greek and Latin. A.B., Swarthmore College ; A.M., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Gerhard Masur Professor of History. Ph.D., University of Berlin. Elisabeth F. Moller Professor of Psychology. A.B.. Goucher College; A.M., Clark University; Ph.D., Cornell University. Esther B. Leffler .i ssociate Professor of Chem- istry. B.S., Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D., University of Virsrinia. Iren Marik Assistant Professor of Music. Graduate, Budapest College of Music ; Piano Professor ' s Diploma, Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest. R. John Matthevp Professor of French ; Direc- tor, Junior Year in France. A.B.. LIniversity of New Hampshire ; Diplome. Franco- American Institute of Vichy ; Docleur de I ' Universite de Clermont-Ferrand. Lysbeth W. Muncy Professor of Histon ' and Government. A.B.. Vassar College; A.M.. Ph.D., Brown University. Faculty Miss Ethel Ramage teaches a class of English Literature. i8 ♦ Jk •.♦ V -• ..♦ - -• - ■- I.AVVKKNCE G. NfXSON Professor of English. li.A., Luther College; A.M., Uni- versity of Texas; Ph.D., Uni- versity of Virginia. Ethf.i. Ramace Professor of English. A.B., narnard College; A.M., Co- hiriiliia University; Ph.D., I Diversity of Wisconsin. J MES . . Kawley Professor of Historj ' . .A. I!,. A.M., University of Michi- gan; Ph.D., Colunihia Uni- versilv. - I Miv E. Rogers In-liurlor in Hisldry. A.B., M.A., Lniver ily of Pennsyl- vania. LonEN Oliver Instructor in Art. B.F.A., John Herron Art Institute; .M.F.A., Tulane University. Sarah Thorpe Ramace Professor of English. B.A., Newconib College; M.A., Bryn Mawr College; Ph.D., Yale University. Carol M. Rice College Physician and Pro- fessor of Hygiene. A.B., Smith College; A..M., Wel- lesley College; M.D., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Marion Benedict Roi.iins Wallace E. Rollins Professor of Religion. A.B., Barnard College; A.M., Ph.D., Colum- bia University ; B.D., Union Theological Seminary. Peter Penzoldt Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature. Licence es Letlres, Doctoral es Leltres, University of Geneva. Lilly L. Rappaport Whitney Professor of Physics. Ph.D., University of Vienna. Harriet Howell Rogers Professor of Physical Educa- tion. A.B., Mount Holyoke College; Graduate of New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics. Richard C. Rowland Associate Professor of Eng- lish. A.B., Columbia College; B.A., M.A., D.Phil.. (Oxon.). Facility Miss Sprague tak(»s a Biology class on a field trip. {»» »» - ,-«,-f,- %T, , ' . Dr. Harris discusses the situation in Indo-China with his Asian Studies class. Faculty John R. Shannon Assistant Professor of Music. B.S., Davidson College ; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. William .M. Trausneck Assistant Professor of Edu- iati Mi. A.B., Richmond Col- Itf:!-; .M..S., University of Richmond. Elizabeth F. Spracue Associate Professor of Biol- ogy. A.B., A.M.. University of California ; Ph.D., Clare- mont Graduate School. LuciLE Umbkeit A.B., Radcliffe Colleg A.M., Vassar College. Phyllis W. Stevens Associate Professor of Psy- chology. A.B., Oberlin Col- lege; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Bertha Pfister Wailes Visiting Lecturer in Sociol- ogy. A.B., Sweet Briar Col- lege; M.A., University of Virginia. Le.siev Francis Zimic Assistant Professor of Span- ish. A.B., Radcliffe College; A.M., University of Miami Leonora A. Wikswo Atsi laiit Professor of Mathe- matics. A.B., Montclair, New .lersey, Teachers College ; M.A., Columbi a University. •r i ' - ' « New facull) members gather in front of the Munmae office. Faculty NOT PICTURED Anne Gaky Pannell President; Professor of His- tory. A.B., Barnard College; D.Phil., (Oxon) ; LL.D., Uni- versity of Alabama: LL.D., Woman ' s College of tlie Uni- versity of Norlti Carolina. .Mary J. Peakl Dean ; Professor of Greek and Latin. B.A., University of Toronto; A.. I.. Ph.D.. Uni- versity of Michigan. Eleanor .M. .Vi.i.m it Instructor in English. B.. .. Mount Holyoke College; .M.. ., University of Califor- nia. Louse .S. Cohei Assistant in Biology. . .B.. Sweet Briar College. Dr)ROTHY .M. Dennis Visiting Professor of French. B.A., Wcllcsley College: Di- plome d ' Etudes Universi- taires, Sorbonne Bettie Forte Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin. A.B., Agnes Scott College; -NLA., Byrn Mawr College. Suzanne Taylor Gouyer Assistant in Physics. KM., Sweet Briar College. Leslie Harris Director, Asian Studies Pro- gram. B.. ., M.. ., .Memorial University, Newfoundland; Ph.D.. Iniversitv of London. Zafar Ul Isl m Visitina Professor of South Asian " Studies. B.A.. . LA.. Government College, Lahore; Ph.D., University of the Pan- jab, Lahore, Pakistan. SlJZANNE LUSSIER Instructor in Physical Educa- tion. B.S., Sargent College. Boston University. JlUITII . .Mc.MoRAN Fnstructor in Physical Educa- tion. B.S., Beaver College; .M.S., Smith College. J. Kenneth Morland Visiting Lecturer in Sociolo- gy. B.S., Birminghani-. ' oulh- ern College: B.D., Yale Uni- versity: Ph.D., I ' nlvcrsily of North Carolina. .Vntoinette D. Nelson Instructor in Greek and Latin. . .B.. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College; .M.. ., Uni- versity of .Michigan. Dorothy D. Thompson Rockefeller-Guion Professor of Chemistr -. A.B., A.M., Mount Holyoke College; Ph.D., .Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Nancy Horn Tinsley Instructor in the Department of Physical Education. B.S., College of William and .Mar ' . , rthi:r L. Vocelback Professor of English. B.A.. Wcsleyan University; .M.. ., Columbia University; Ph.D., University of Chicago. Robert .A.. Wallace .Assistant Professor of Eng- lish. B.A., Harvard College; B.A.. M.A., Cambridge Uni- versity. LixiLLE E. WinniBN . ssociate Professor of Mathe- matics. B.. .. .M..A., Universi- ty of Texas. I t ' ' ' » ' • ■ K • ., [■ ,■ ♦.- ►■.■ .■ f . OOK 2 ■ .■• .■ ■•♦.•♦.:♦-■ ' .■ ( ' f . •- ■ ♦ SENIORS We have reached a turning point: we know intimately every part of this school, we know it as a part of ourselves. Yet we begin to comprehend the relevance of these four years to the structure of our lives as a whole; we have had the experience of growing into new thoughts and feelings, of learning to look at the world with eyes that see and under- stand new things. Because we no longer look at the world only through our selves, we can slip out of this cycle, this rhythm, into a wider realm of experience. OFFICERS Bettye Thomas, Treasurer; Betsy Pearson, Secretary; Patsy Cox, Vice-President: Mar Sturgeon, President. 4 " . ' ' ♦ ' » ' • 1961 JANE STRATTON ALDRICH New York. New York Janie . . . all-American rose . . . New York cos- mopolite cowgirl . . . Dubonnet, Dvorak, and Dostoiev- sky . . . Sugar daddies and St. Tropez . . . " My grand- father invented Rhode Island Johnny-cakes . . . strong (lislikc of turnips. Piedmont airlines and Henrv Mil- li ' i . . . " Vas-tu faire cuir un oeuf " . . . 1 ight levis I in the Powder river . . . .Sidles in her ooniphies . . . Aiiihilion: singing I I team with Johnn Horton. Modern Elropean History. Sophomore Class. Secre- tary; May Court, Garland Bearer, World Affairs Club: Dean ' s List; Junior Year in France. ALICE ELLIOT ALLEN LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA Malice . . . Z-z-z-z-z-z . . . Sigh ... BB ... " I just love Chajjel Flill! " . . . Cucumber sandwiches . . . " Is Athens in Italy? " ... " 1 prepped in Lumherton. the Progressive Cit . " . . . LSMFT — one a day . . . Quiet mischief . . . out im a limb ... " I think I ' ve had a mild heart attack. " . . . Alice Blue Gown . . . Dignity and " A heart whose love is innocent. ' American Studies. Y.W.C.A.; Choir; Campus Chest; Social Committee; Briar Patch; Bum Chum; Var- sity Basketball; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee Head; May Court. t t t ' ■v ••• !£ ' • ' ■; ' Si ' . -:VV,ti ' .!SBiS i» ■ • «• ■» CV|iC V$ ANNE ALLEN Houston, Texas 7 nne . . . Annie . . . around the world in one day . . . " gotta go see Ramey this weekend " ' . . . " Oecifer. I swear we only had one! " . . . brown hair senior year . . . " Doddy, flew over. " . . . roared down stairs, bopped into car, bombed to Tomniie ' s . . . spil l on tennis court . . . half owner of Telephone Co. ... " A merry heart goes all the day. " She smiled, and the shadows departed ; She shone, and the snows were rain. Modern European History. Orieniaiion Committee; Bum Chum; Freshman Show: Senior Show: May Day Committee Head: May Court. MARY ELIZABETH ALTGELT Irvington, New York Betty Upstart ! ! . . . ' it ' s about the fact that ... " ... squatters rights in the smoker . . . hours 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. . . . hair pinned back, black skirt, gym shirt, red blazer, and a smiie . . . Altgelt vs. the Atom! . . . three labs a week and always a lab report behind . . . famed for sleeping through exams . . . aspires not to ride forward seat . . . dreamland weekends in New York. Physic?. Campus Chest. Treasurer; Orientation Com- mittee; Riding Couneil: Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee. i6 i ' V.i " i ' .i ' « ' V. 1 « »«• ♦ JULIETTE McLEAN ANTHONY " kst Hartford, Cowf.cticlt Pana piirlla . . . ■ " Conslaiil a? tlic orllicrii Star " . . " it ' s not that Cambridge is tlie onlv jjlace in the worlil hut " . . . A.T. T. ' s best stock booster . . . opopoi . . the needle of the compass alivays points north . . ■ " Kills, iien dill (]u sa voii were driving to Bos ton? . . . vinmique cano. LvriN. Hk MI)I.er; News; Ton ' hi: Curririihuu Com- mil tec. MARCIA MAY AR I STRONG Alex. . dria, Virginia ' What is, is best " ' . . . the little peacemaker . . . " Wake up everybody, the clocks have stopped " . . . sneaky studier . . . Dr. Kirrmann ' s dummkopf . . . ' No one will be the wiser " . . . Jael and the tentpeg . . telephone poise . . . " He passed, in the tree? " . . . The Hawk . . . one time to class . . . " God cares " . . " Hello, isn ' t anyone in the control room? " . . . pristine " . . . ' " I ' ll just rise above it " . . . Zombie ' s keeper. Mathematics. InWr-Club Council; Orientation Com- mittee; Vocational Guidance Committee; News; Paint and Patches, President; Dean ' s List; Scholar- ship; Senior Show. 1961 7 t I ' ' ' ' ■■ ■ ff - ' i- ' f « (!!• ■» o ELEANOR GRAY BAIRD Norfolk. Virgima " Grav Beard " . . . musical English major . . . " gotta go practeese " . . . stacks of term papers . . . passion for Bartok. Brahms and Wordsworth . . . horses . . . pills and " il pil " . . . Tiki . . . " " Ginipy " . . . ' ' what day is it? " . . . the lady in the Harris tweed coat . . . popcorn! . . . " ' galoshes ' is my favorite word ' . . . calmly witty . . . " say what? " . . . tempus fugit . . . " oh really? " . . - " what is it? " . . . quietly determined. English. Campus Chest; Riding Council: Freshman Show: Senior Shoiv: Curriculum Commillee. MARTHA LUCILLE BAUM MiLLEDGEVILLE. GeORGL " Mimi " ... I want to go back to Paris . . . Must go practice . . . " Scrut " . . . R.H. . . . Thanksgiving in Cuba?! . . . M— . . . typing in 107 . . . " I ' m g ' in to b " . . . " That Parisian wine was devine ' " . . . emotional eruptions in lab . . . " Im a ramblin ' wreck from Georgia Tech. " . . . yogurt-lover . . . firedrill prepara- tion . . . " Milledgeville — social center of the South . . . " " Intimate " to Jean-Claude. French. Varsity Lacrosse; Dean ' s List; Junior Year in France: Freshman Show; May Day Committee; Hispanic Society. i cvii iC»V$ a8 t : ' f- , v«rviv T r a ••T - ' •■ ' i " i, •• - % • • » J ..♦ ■»• -♦ ;♦ V NANCY DICKS BLANTON Shelby. North Carolina " Nancy B. " . . . ■■er-uniiii-air " . . . the golden fleece . . . " wait til I put niv eves on . . . " honestly ' . . . rides shakey-taiis in iiKnikcx suits . . . telephone voice . . . Deedles . . . ixuiikI i;iki ' from lioiiie . . . grace and poise . . . " riKi iic if 1 don t tiiirik aixmt it. it will go away " . . . Sibelius . . . the Gee W ' liiz . . . " Prell turns mv hair green " . . . " oh. hone ! " . . . hackuards fret . . . .ihiiiiii!()Us notes . . . sopliisticaled. . mkrh:an Sti du ' .s. Choir: HOihl Affairs Club: Fresh- niiin Show: Senior Shon : Min Day Coiiuniltee. VIRGINIA WAYNE BORAH Nf ' .vv Orleans. Louislvna Ginger . . . Gin . . . that Campbell Kid look . . . " Hey. FuEz! " . . . those deceptively innocent blue eyes . . . freedom came with college . . . metaphor madness . . . Christmas all year round . . . Sweet Briar ' s own Carnival Queen ... a real fan of the Ivy League ... a Williams mug. a Harvard pennant, a ale schedule, etc.. (!tc. . . . " No, no! I ' ve got a dif- ferent strategy for him! " . . . " Brother Bill always says . . . " Hisroin of ARr. Social Committee: Choir: Campus Chest: Student Development. Secretary-Treasurer: May Court: Orientation (.onunittee. Head oj Enter- tainment: Boxwood Inn Committee; News; Aints and Asses, Treasurer; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; Hispanic Society, Public Relations Chairman; Art and Music Club. 1961 -. ' . ' ANNE-BRLCE MANSFIELD BOXLEY Arlington, Virginia Anne-Bruce . . . It ' s a double first name . . . " Annie-B. " . . . " WHY am I taking Latin? " . . . Very partial to U. Va. . . . a fternoon coffee breaks at the date house . . . life is wonderful . . . LOVE . . . " another ' phone bill? " . . . early to bed . . . " f ense do your dishes " . . . what to do next year? . . . two gray hairs . . . " Sometimes there just aren ' t enough hours in the day. " British History. House President: Campus Chest: Senior Shoiv; May Day Committee. MARY CONOVER BRUSH Lexington, Virginia " Marybrush " . . . Favorite Formula L2B3 . . . Liberal Sciences . . . endless labs . . . peppermints and raisins for Grey Briar . . . the Gray Ghost . . . Blaze . . . weekends home . . . 9:00 p.m. phone calls . . . nightly letter-writing . . . Morning Glory . . . devilish . . . imps in her eyes . . . " indubitably I doesn ' t know " . . . full of lables. fables and jingles . . . the keepie mouse . . . thoughtful and courteous . . . " you ' re a shmart keed " . . . Strauss waltzes. Chemistry. Head of Riding; Riding Council; Horse Show Team; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show. i CVii iC V5 30 961 GLENN A IRENE CADDY RiiooKi.vN. Nr.w York l ' liil(iMi|ili iiiiil |iiicli ' (■ciiiMliM|)(iiiil t(j pdlitics . . . Iiilcriiational Prelude to the Foreign Service . . . " Why not. Glenna. I did. " . . . 6:00 a.m. .Sunday bus to Cville . . . Hisriiarck s riiarcli thrmi{;li Richmond . . . Cok-ane addict ... " I like your room . . . " Do Professors with tilled ceilings prefer tilted floors? " " I nd rneine Seeie spannle weit Hire Fliigel aiis. " . . . the diplomat . . . the underground hutterfly. I.NTERNATIONAL Affaiiss. YlfCA; World Affairs Club; Church and Chapel Coiiiniittee; Senior Show. MARIE LOUISE CARNEY Na.sii villi:, Tk.wkssf.k " Pats " . . . big twister . . . screamer and dreamer . . . pills for everything . . . " wait for me! " . . . hare- footed . . . unannounced attrat-tion in chapel . . . study much? . . . " Is the Zele house approved in Cville? " . . . loyal DKE marcher . . . eternal triangle . . . Diorissimo . . . " Serenity ruffled by love of life " . . . " .Scotch, please " . . . weekend traveler . . . twink- ling blue eyes . . . sunshine smile . . . " It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. " Psychology. Judicial Board; YWCA Cabinet; Orien- tation Committee; Q-V.; Freshman Show; Senior Show. I t » t » ♦: •-• ♦:• .. • - ♦,- f. f ' " . ' - ' i cvii iC»V$ MARIE COLETTE CAROZZA Washington, D. C. Oh, those beautiful eyes . . . " I ' m glad I didn ' t bother to do the reading " . . . Pride of Perrymount . . . ' " rm hungry " . . . " What ' s the French word for . . .? " . . . Italian Caribinieri? . . . Mutt and JEFF AND " I " makes three . . . " Let ' s go back to France: EVERY- ONE ' S short there " . . . Miss Sunglasses . . . athletic type??? . . . official orange cutter . . . understanda- bility . . . just ask Colette . . . " Procrastination is the art of keejiing up with yesterday. " French. Junior Year in France: Freshman Show: Senior Show. KATHERINE HILL CARTER Washington. D. C. Kitty . . . J. J. . . . between tact and tactics . . . " X i ho ' s he? " . . . " REALLY? " . . . cram packed with yummy . . . down on the farm . . . that eighth course . . . tlie Great Green Olive . . . cheesecake and goodies . . . Freckles in the eighth! . . . " Juliette. NOW! " . . . " Hey. Maw? " . . . perennial sunworshipper . . . Victorian? . . . " Don ' t put it in the oven — it might melt! " . . . " And how many times did you polish your ring today? " English. Judicial Boards Secretary; Student Devel- opment Fund; Orientation Committee; Boxwood Inn Committee: World Affairs Club: News,- Briar Patch; Freshman Show: Senior Shon; May Day Committee. 3 " » v :v »:-v vlv L " % " i " % ♦ ' % ♦ ' ♦ ' ♦ 962 FERNANDA WALES CASTELLI Pasadkna. Cali forma " Effers " . . . body beautiful . . . strict diet at the Dairy l le . . . dateless wonder? . . . " This is Miss ( " a?telli " s Social Secretary speaking! " ... " 1 can ' t make up my mind! " . . . String of l)eaut titles . . . Horsewoman par excellence . . . " If it isnt my pearls, it ' s a diamond " . . . California ' s golden girl . . . " Oh god!, oh god! " . . . " Next week I ' ve got to get or- ganized! ' ' . . . Home address: Anywhere, U. S. A. . . . First Floor Foursome. J ' sYCHOLOGY. YWCA; Campus Chest: May Court, Crown Bearer; Boxwood Inn Committee; Riding Council: Chung Mung; Horse Show Team; Freshman Show: Senior Show; May Day Committee; Harvest Festival Princess: May Court. Crown Bearer. ELIZABETH GUIGNARD GATE Columbia, South Carolina Betsy . . . B. Cale . . . Bets . . . Meanwhile down on TllK FARM ... 1 lust my baby fat in Kurope . . . Delta! Delta! Delta! . . . " Let the four winds blow " (in the room!) . . . budding Rodin . . . early bird gets the snake . . . silent determination, unlimited capacity . . . Calmness of manner and beauty of spirit . . . ■ ' To see a world in a grain of saiul And a Heayen in a wild flower. ' ' .Vmicuica.n Stldiics. Campus Chest; Orientation Com- mittee; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee. 33 ■ ,■• -■ •.•♦.♦.• ♦ ' •♦,-♦. ' •♦.. ♦-■♦: i Cvii iC v$ JESSIE MORGAN CHRISTIE l ppER Brookville. New York IRIS ANNE COGGINS Bryn Mawr. Pennsylvania Chris . . . Christopher . . . " He ' s so cute! ' ' ... " " I m coming, Mr. Gilpin " . . . " I ' m beginning to feel like a coughdrop " ... " I swallowed a rose " . . . " If YOU want it, you ' ll do it ' . " ... " I like you because you ' re different " . . . Tom ' s and 1 beer = Harmony . . . mushrooms and eggs ... 6 green bridesmaid ' s dresses . . . " Let ' s go to bed early " . . . " I ' ll hafta call out my camels! " . . . " Where ' s George? " Music. Choir, Manager; Campus Chest; Orientation Committee; News; Athletic Association, Secretary; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball; Dean ' s List; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Commit- tee; Song Leader. Cogs . . . The horsey set . . . " What, engaged again! " ... a lonely little Iris in an onion patch . . . " Is it long distance again? " . . . Lady Iris . . . o:0o . . . " ' Mike " , my favorite chaperone " ' ... all nighters at finals . . . her " favorite " beau from Amherst . . . flowers: compliments of Sprague . . . throwing mud pies with her four boys . . . Main Line. Government. World Affairs Club; Brambler, Ad- vertising Manager; News; Riding Council; Horse Show Team ; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee; Hispanic Society; Dance Club. 34 ! " ! • ' ' V CYNTHIA GAMBLE COMER Maco . Georgia PATRICIA SHELDON COX Wilmington. Delawark Continuous coffee break . . . " Wonder what pill I ' ll need today? " . . . " How ahout the Dairy Isle? " . . . President of tiie Six Packers . . . " BILL? Which Bill? " . . . " There must be SOMKONL I can call " . . . Twist lesions . . . Miss Changeable ... " 1 can ' t hear you: I ' ve got my earplugs in " . . . Have cigarettes, will travel . . . " How was our Ran |uct? " . . . Train chaser . . . The Hawks . . . Linus. EcONO.MICS. BRAMl ' .l.l.li; I ' diril anil I ' alchcs; Senior Shoir; May Day Committee. Pats; " Patsy " . . . ei)itome of neatness . . . one-inch waist . . . " Oh. you allV ' . . . contagious laughter . . . hockey jockev . . . blouses, blouses, blouses! . . . ■ ' Now is the time, tlie walrus said, for all good people to be in bed " . . . Skippin " to Boston ... " I dont believe it " . . . perpetual sunshine and suntan . . . more bounce to each ounce . . . " Born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad. " .Matiiemvtics. Senior Class, Vice-President; Social Committee; May Court; Athletic Association, Head oj Lake: Bum Chum; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basket- ball: Freshman Show; Senior Show. mzi96i 35 , .! t t t » ' . .■f. ' .: ' ' • » «■ t »■ • ♦ KATHARINE VASSER CROMMELIN Montgomery. Alabama " Ciumiin -linen " " . . . " Today I think Til major in Spanish " . . . " I ' m a social failure, I can ' t do the Twist! " . . . Asses contribution to Phi Beta Kappa . . . Yogurt Queen . . . ' T ' m in love again: he ' s a two-toed bassoon player from Killywatch, Indiana " . . . " Gene, did you say Judd?! " . . . Constant state of traumatic shock . . . " But my hair IS natural! " . . . " Salud. pesetas y amor " . . . museum affairs. English. Y .W.C.A.; Ainls and Asses; Junior Year in Spain; Senior Shoiv; May Day Conuniltee; Hispanic Society. ANDREA CAROL DENSON Hackensack. New Jersey Andi . . . Trauma . . . Guitar time . . . Books and nicotine fits . . . V :Oa . . . great loves — Keats and " long hair music " . . . Lives oj the Great Poisoners . . . The tweediest anti-tweed . . . " There ' s no place on earth like New York City " . . . loves crazy hats . . . plans to own the entire Modern Library ... " I owe my soul to the Bookshop . . . " The Bacchae. English. World Affairs Club: Brambler, Editorial Board; Paint and Patches. i CVii iC»V$ 36 » t - • ' J! mr •! ••T ' ..T , % V • _• ,.♦ J : - KATHRYN BARTON DIENST Augusta. Gkoroiv REAVER . . . Southern I). I ' . . . . -Daxe said that Tillich said that " . . . artistic interest in male muscula- ture . . . manhattans and ratty ole velvet sofas . . . whiskey sours at Harvard foothall games . . . " Are you a livah lover or a livah hater? " . . . can ' t stand f ' hilistines . . . Brubeck. omelettes and commuting to Cambridge . . . warm colors and no stockings . . . bare feel and black ninbri ' lla for two . . . small but tiiugli . . . arlistic uitticiMu . HiSTOKV OF Art. As.sislanl Fire li arden: Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet; Oricnlalion Conimitlec; World Affairs Club: Bra.MBI.KR, Art Staff; Nkvvs, Editorial Board; Tan Phi; Q.V.; Varsity Tennis; Dean ' s List; Freshman Show: Senior Show; May Day Committee, Head: III (dub; lints and Asses. CORNELIA ANN DILLABOUGH Rio DE Janerio. Bkazii. Deleech . . . " you giant " . . . you, me. and the em- bryo . . . soft voice . . . " Anybody going to be up all night ' : ' " . . . " lore! " . . . honc . . . favorite author — Ragnar Xurksc . . . " Oh. what have I done now? " . " Sorr we couldiri |)la . !■ holes of golf today " . little ()r])han Annie and all the rest ... in one room: four trunks, six boxes, three suitcases, golf- clubs, skiis. llama rug. " eiderdown, " leather-bound looks, ad infui . . . Brother . . . NTERNATIO.NAL AFFAIRS. World Affairs Club; Bra.m- )LER.- Varsity Lacrosse; Junior Year in Spain; His- nnic SocielY- mxi96i 37 t t t » • .V • » »!» KEITH DOUGLAS DOCKERY Cleveland, Mississippi " Douglas " . . . brisk little footsteps down the hall . . . " I do not have toothpick legs! " . . . avid reader of VOGUE . . . the jjurple coat . . . organization Plus . . . " But I don ' t know how to wink, or whistle, either " . . . from the Land of Cotton, and rice, too . . . that Mississippi drawl . . . " It was just gorrrgeous! " . . . " Operator, she ' s in the librar ' now . . . " Music. Chairman oj Christmas Bazaar: Y.W.C.A.: Choir, Treasurer; Campus Chest; Vocational Guid- ance Committee; treshman Honors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee; Curriculum Committee, Head; Phi Beta knp (i. NANCY HARRELL DUNCAN Macon, Georgia Nancy . . . Dune ... a trauma a day . . . southern belle . . . " Thev don ' t sell " Revlon " in the jungle " . . . ' Cliolly " . . . Lampito : ' Well, slap mah southern backside " . . . feet planted firmlv in the clouds . . . " Someday 111 make a decision and stick by it. ' " . . . There ' s safety in numbers. " . . . ' Michael ' . . . fell for a Greek god . . . lives in Babcock . . . fish? . . . " when love beckons to you. follow him " Music. Choir, President; Scholarship; Senior Shoiij; Sueet Tones; May Court. Page. CV|idV$ 38 " . " i » % » ' ♦ 961 LOUISE SPEARS DURHAM Charles Town, Wicst Vikginia Loulie . . . I.iilc-l-ulc . . . Cuj)ie Doll . . . Three letters a dav from life . . . (diaries TOWN . . . " Snickers or Mars Bar ' s ' . ' ' " . . . " May I wear your dress? " . . . possessor of fraternity charms . . . Track star . . . Swinging; . . . One of the four fjrealest people that ever lived ... A lot lo twist . . . The robe . . . gracious and generous . . . uarmlli . . . " that Dur- ham personality. ' British History. Freshman Class. I ' rcsiilent: Campus Chest: Sliiflenl Development Fund Committee: Orien- tation Committee: Chung Munp,: Freshman Honors: Dean ' s List: Junior Year at St. Andrews ' : Freshman Show: Senior Show: May Dav Committee: Chureli and Chapel Conuiiitlee: lleiid af International Stu- dents. FRANCES BROWNE EARLY WOODBKRRY FoRJOST, VIRGINIA " Fran " . . . always a little late ... " I realize many people don " t agree with me. but that makes it more fun " . . . philoso])hizes . . . Woodberrv . . . Junior Ban([uet giggles ... " I really shouldn ' t, but OK " . . . The Date House . . . " By the way " . . . Hugh . . .! . . . meetings with the footlongs . . . M.A. in waitress- ing . . . Mother Fran ' s personnel service . . . " Wake me up in five minutes " ... " I organize around my disorganization " . . . " wooley-muffle. " Philosophy. Joint Council; Freshman Class, Vice- President; House President; Y.W.C.A.: Chairman oj Annual Relipious Conferences; Head of Orientation; Intercluh Council News; Q. V.; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Collei es and Universities: Mary Kendrick Bene- dict Scholarship: Freshman Show; Senior Shotv; May Day Committee; Rules Committee. 39 . ■ ■ ' ' ? ,v. ' ' , ■ . ' ■%. ■« ' ,J, ,V» «» l f CV|i V5 ANNE PARRY ELLICE Annandale, New Jersey Paris, Parry. A.P.E. . . . " Just cole slaw, please " . . . Saint Bernard sans Brandy . . . instigator of Sweetie Hollow . . . one-room school . . . Dolly Madison Southern Comfort a la Yankee . . . " about this patri- otism biz " . . . Petite Professeur de Perryniont . . . " got it on sale " . . . " Howre you gonna keep her down on the farm? " French. Briar Patch; Reserve Varsity Hockey. LINDA MAE EMERY Des Moines. Iowa Lin . . . own Dean ' s team ... no pin = a date . . . animals and acrobatics . . . long distance arguments . . . " I ' m NOT a farmer! ' " . . . pecan pie and beer ... " I hate long weekends " . . . Unorganized or- ganizer . . . wardrobe mistress . . . " Linda, people aren ' t modest in the theater " . . . Moller ' s manic . . . " Do you like my hair? " . . . " The East is primitive " . . . " It ' s not that I love work less, but I love fun more. " Psychology. Social Committee; Interclub Council; Orientation Committee; Boxivood Inn Committee; Vocational Guidance Committee. Chairman; World Affairs Club: Brambler; News; Briar Patch; Paint and Patches; Freshman Show: Senior Show; May Day Committee; Altar Committee. 40 " { 61 ELIZABETH PENDLETON FARMER LOUISVII.IJ;. KlCNTUCKY l.li ;iliilli a it ' ill l.ciuisville la(i . . . Lanz dresses anil iniincigianis ... " a ray of sutisliinc lui a winter ' s (la) " ' . . . " " Oil. lliis has been going off and on for just M ' arsI " ... a true lover of Mr. Jefferson ' s village . . . " " Well, there ' s always the Cavalier l)ail in mv mail licixl " " . . . from Kentucky bourbon, and blue- grass, to Boston, art. and ad iii|[ire . . . History of Art. Ju-dicial Hoard, Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet: IiUvrcluh Council; Student Development Fund Com- mittee, Head: Orientation Committee; Bri. R P. tcii, ' Q.l .; Varsity Hockey; Scholarship; Freshman Show; May Day Committee; Finance Committee: Freshman Council; Church and Chapel Committee. NANCY ANN FLESHMAN Rllkhki.i). Wkst Vircima Flesh! . . . " pass the " better " puhleeze ' " . . . n.. . in procrastination . . . " sometimes I ' m good " ' . . . the Bird machine . . . " got a letter from my baby " . . . alarm clocks under the bed ... " I hate this place " . . . papers should be written after 1:00 a.m. . . . the liowhnan . . . ' " spiffy " . . . scotch tape every night ... 1 II worrv about that tomorrow " . . . " You ninny " . . . and the train went right through Bluefield . . . off again, on again . . . Sociology. Orientation Committee; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee ; News. 41 4 t It » t - - • . . • . a ' A ' A ' s ■ s ■ a ' ' 4- £■§■■■ If ■ ' t ■ i ' t ' r ' ■ ' ' . ' . . m t ' ■ -ft .1 . s !► » ' • ♦ cviidv$ CHLOE FRIERSON FORT Nashville, Tennessee Cleo . . . Chloric . . . Greta Graceful . . . " doing seven THOUSAND things at once " ... " I read somewhere " . . . " ' Fat City! " . . . Intellect and truthful wit . . . Sunday doughnuts on Saturday night . . . Excellence of expression . . . " Jimmy Reed sets me FREE! ' . . . " run get my . . • " " a soul awake sees beauty every- where . . . " " For 1 have expected always Some brightness to hold in trust Some final innocence To save from dust . . . " English. Judicial Board. lice-Chairman: Freshman Class, Treasurer; Orientation Committee: Brambler; Q.V.; Aints and Asses. JEAN DUVAL GANTT Gloucester Point, Virginia This is Jeannie, not Lynnie! . . . Sweetie! . . . " Bye- bye, have fun in the library " . . . summertime belle of Johns Hopkins . . . " American History is so lim- ited " . . . pretty snifty! . . . Most Venerable Swami . . . don ' t laugh at Jeannie. she ' s doing her best . . . noon naps and curler caps . . . contact lens or tear gas? . . . Penelope knitting a sweater . . . grins and giggles . . . move ahead with vigah . . . Chopin en- thusiast. American History. Student Development Fund Com- mittee; W orld Affairs Club; Deans List: Scholarship; Senior Show; May Day Conunittee. 42. • t " t " » " i % ' ♦ • • MABEL IRENE GARRITY Forty Fokt. Pennsylvania MIG . . . suliject to sudden meiiKirv la])ses . . . ward- robe wonder . . . " And why did YOU major in French? " . . . midnight peanut butter and jelly sand- wiches . . . nervous energy . . . ' ■chanteuse " of Perrv- mont Klementarv . . . " But I crave salt " . . . " X ' hat Junior Banquet? " . . . " Rousseau wrote about a monkey? " . . . ISavy Wife . . . and then there was Monsieur . . . Forty Fort ' s in Penna . . . slim . . . Garritv blue . . . " " A little word in kindness spoken. " FrkN(,ii. BitAMliLKK: l.aLc Coinicil: Frfshman Show: Senior Show. DEBORAH LEE GLAZIER Richmond. Virginia Deb . . . Debbie . . . Organized . . . " These G.D. pledge problems " . . . interludes between weekends . . . Toothbrush in C ' ville . . . perpetually weighing in ... " I wonder how much I gained fr(jm that cot)kie? " . . . The men changed, but the initials didn ' t ... " I think I ' ll make a cocktail dress this weekend ' . . . Telegram announcing marriage . . . Fresh Chiclet every five minutes . . . Lists, lists, and more lists . . . -Alwavs najjping. Matiikm tics. Y.IF.C.A.: Student Development Fund Committee: News; Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Freshman Shoic: Senior Shoiv: May Day Committee, Head. mj £ 962, 43 ' ' . ' f,- .-«:;f . ' f.-»» - ' ? «• (» » f- MARY ELIZABETH HANNAH Brooklyn. New York Mary . . . Mar . . . Tammany Hall pays her tuition . . . Someday she ' ll look 21 . . . flying angels and touch football . . . Sir! . . . Master Carpenter . . . trips over nothing ... " " I LOVE my baby pillow " . . . Scotch and water . . . dig. that man ... " I don ' t know what I ' m doing, but 111 get it done " . . . " There are two trees in Brooklyn " ... " I know another joke " . . . Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity. Psychology. Orientation Committee; I ' ocational Guidance Committee; World Affairs Club; Brl r Patch, " Paint and Patches: Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee; Altar Guild. CORNELIA HARRISON Brookline. Massachusetts ' " Nina " . . . " " Nins " . . . Hi-i-i . . . Coffee and Curlers . . . ' " Will he or won " l he? " . . . " But I like nice boys " . . . " Why do I have to work to make myself beauti- ful? " . . . Tempest Taxi Service . . . Buddha Baby . . . bundle of fun . . . endearing grin ... " 0 gawd! " ■ ' How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world. " Religion. Judicial Board; Junior Class, Treasurer; Choir; World Affairs Club; Tau Phi; Freshman Hon- ors; Freshman Shotv; Senior Show. i cvii iOV 44 JUDITH GALE HARTWELL Tenafly, New Jersey Judina . . . tunev . . . tud liird seeds . . . conversation and contemplation in the coffee cubicle . . . " Mr. Dace, are you sure I don ' t need any nose putty? " . . . horticulture exhibit in 3 Randolph . . . inspiration from the muses and champagne . . . Louise Suggs in the making . . . " Go West. Young Man " . . . My Favorite Things: a munch, a crunch, a snooze, a snore . . . Daumier and Despiau . . . I ' lule Oily and Mar- nicladi)v . . . HiSTOKV OK Aht. House I ' residful : Orienlalion Com- niifirt ' : BliVMlil.Kli; Hoard oj I ' uhlicalioiis; News; Huivu I ' 1(11. Business Miutaf er: Tau Phi: Burn Chum: I ' uint unii I ' lilches: Freshmun Show. DULCIE DOWLING HEINTZ Cu.NTo.v, New York So . . . Duicina . . . Alexander Graham ' s favorite protege . . . IChaikovsky in Basement . . . " you clod! " . . . " He adores me " . . . " anvone for some F.C.? " . . . ink and white pillows . . . childling . . . " Hey, Judina, get me up in the morning " . . . sun- shine . . . calisthenics at the P.O. . . . " little you-i " . . . one white rose . . . twelve litlle Indians . . . (Jraham Greene . . . emphatic stick . . . ejiwadui . . . Hal])h again . . . iiu. rnc. and [he endiryo . . . flan- nel marathon . . . Banibiiio ... So! ... English. Churn; Mum;: Ainis and Asses: Dean ' s List. 1961 45 i K • i. i- ♦-• ♦ • tH ♦- • t- ♦-■ ' . ' ' • -- ' • ' ' • ' ■ J«, .% (• « ' f «» MELBA RAY HENLEY Greenville, South Carolina Razor . . . The Gay Blade . . . Ravishing Red . . . " actually, I prefer Melba " . . . ' " Just one drag " . . . " I ' m not that bad " . . . " How ' ni I doin ' ? " . . . Jose in hip boots . . . " Gle-en. you ' ve got to stop calling at 3! " . . . Moms Mabley fan . . . Ray. a drop of golden sun . . . talent for friendship . . . contagious laughter . . . light touch with a serious intent. English. House President; Cabinet Member nj Y.W.C.A.; Interclub Council; Orientation Committee; President of Bum Chums; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee Head. LESLIE COURTENAY HEYE SCARSDALE, NeW YoRK Hev, He e! . . . The flawless one! . . . Travel agent for second floor Dew . . . " Which airline still has stu- dent rates? " . . . Sudden change of allegiance from South to North . . . " Hawaii is just out of this world " . . . GREEK — the bane of her existence . . . " Please make me go to the library tonight! " . . . " Oh that ' s funny! ' " . . . " Just worry about the BIG things and the little ones will take care of themselves. " Philosophy. Member of Judicial Board: Choir; May Court: Chuiis Muns: Senior Show: Sweet Tones. cWk iOV$ 46 • ♦ ♦ -♦ ..♦ 1962 ANN HOUGHTON Washington ' . D. C. ' " Oiiuard ( ' hrisliaii Scildii ' i " . . . Icli liiih incin Herz in llcidelberii. icrlorcn . . . I ' o lied ;il ci ht . . . ■•Mil(.nl " " . . . ■•ln.n ' (lil)lc. n ' mII " . . . and I didn ' t lia e a hath fm fi i- ut-cks . . . Hiin{;ht(in " s Handbook on Hanseatic Hulliing llal)its . . . " " and Mr. B. always came to dinner in liis T-shirt " . . . Kuhn ' s Kuhl Klass . . . " who says Montaigne is a skeptic?? . . . scram- bled coffee for breakfast. French. Choir Officer; Senior Show; Sweet Tones. NEVA NANCY HOWELL Dallas. Texas Neva . . . Nurd . . . Grannie . . . W.D.I). . . . Dear .1. Barton — Center . . . A.W. . . . Fine as wine . . . Operator. P-A-T . . . Legend of Tweedy Hollow . . . Moma and llicni . . . Pretty Blue Eyes ... Is this YOUR lighter? ... Big " D " diehard . . . To Larry, With Love . . . Niice Woe-man . . . Yum good . . . I Wish I May, I Wish I Might . . . Sweet Gump . . . Look for a Star. Modern Kuroi ' ean Hlstory. Siudent Devclopmeni Fund; News Staff; Aints and Asses; Freshman Show; Senior Show; Curriculum Committee. 47 -r tv Ml (» 4 »« " t» «■ «•■ » - ♦ w ' cvii iC»V$ NANCY WIKOFF HUDLER Lawrenceville. New Jersey " Huddles " . . . Cocker Spaniel eyes . . . impeccable gi-ooming . . . College Bowl wonder . . . fact machine . . . " There ' s nothing provincial about American studies ' ' . . . Elizabeth Arden herself . . . " only three more issues ' til vacation " . . . " Well. Judas " . . . " My God, it was UNreal! " . . . " GALANT is THE word " . . . " the vamp of Savannah ' ' . . . naptime in Chicago airport . . . will marry a riverboat gambler . . . " metrecali rose " . . . walking ad for Sweet Briar. A.merican Studies. Vocational Guidance Committee ; World Affairs Club; Board of Publications; Editor of News; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Varsity Hockey; Senior Show; May Day Committee; Hispanic Society; G. E. College Bowl; Development Council. ANN FONTAINE HUTTER Lynchburg, Virginia " Fonce " . . . Peanuts and coke . . . " You know " . . . Frills and femininity . . . Nightly pin-ups . . . Spot . . . Cornell. Harvard, etc. . . . Mr. Caldwell ' s late date . . . Floyd Ward ' s twinkle toes . . . Magnolias floating in champagne . . . Little world of her own ... A fantasy of New ork and show business, of night life and sables — and the Twist! . . . Miss Vogue . . . " A daughter of the gods, divinely tall And most divinely fair. ' " . . . " Listen, you all . . . ' " American Studies. Head of Social Committee; Y.W.C.A.: May Court. Queen: Orientation Commit- tee; Briar Patch staff: Q.V.; Freshman Show; Senior Shore: Ma Day Committee Head. i V ... . ' V ■ : ■ r 4961 CHARLOTTE ELIZAIJK1 II JOHNSON KaI.KIGH, NoKTH ( Knl.I MARGARET AUSTIN JOHNSON LdoKoi T Mountain. Tennesskk Hi-lli . . . dedicated sri.-iili l . . . I ' imu- Jim lias the 111! . . . Ilealtln exccpl Idr iiialiiulriliini . . . At ( " .anj- liria . . . liar|i(iiiiiin ' : iiiirpciisesy . . . Rut Mrs. Dietz. I like I ' lri Kalilul . . . lieii-riett. iii t I in-nil even if you are a Sdiitliern . . . Hdosevelt wiped (Hil iii iuitler- l)eans . . . jealous of Grossella? . . . five Gamages and dog . . . With charily for all. and malice toward none. Biology. Freshman Honors; Dean ' s List; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee head. Peggv . . . " " lliiii. Hal. tuneless, and ree(l " " . . . the illusionarx product of a diseased mind . . . creative garage collector . . . " Til hex you with my lily " . . . Assistant ( I . . . I ' m gonna have my hair straight- ened: I ( ant slanil it another minute . . . Beer and cliampaunc . . . Oh. thingania dooley jigger . . . Next vcar lin going to get rehuilt . . . iNew York, around the world, and then? lIl ' Toin OK Airr. HuwiliLKK; May Day C.ommiltec; Freshman Shotv: Senior Show; Head Class Project; W ' .di L. Musical. 49 « % ' ♦ ' ■ K- i ' f ♦-■ ♦ ♦: ■ ♦- • ♦ ' • -■ ' ' -■ ' • ' ' p «i w )t ♦ ' ? • a» , CViidV5 ANN CABELL JORDAN Richmond, Virgima Ann Cabeir? back . . . " The laugliter that iloesnt end with the lips, and prickles the ends of the finger tips " . . . 5:00 a.m.: Time on a tilt . . . climbing your drawers? . . . " Yes. Mr. Kanike. Buddha ' s a Hindu God " ... " 1 think I ' ll audit that " " . . . After me. Samnn . . . Crowing over Tice . . . platonic ex- istentialism, ultra-chamhre jazz . . . seasonless world- unknown ! Philosophy. Y.W.C.A.; May Day Committee. ADELINE CHASE KAMKE East Auroro, New York Addie . . . six suitcases, three hatboxes. skiis. mistle- toe, cat skeleton, stereo, holly, paintings — all in bows . . . W. and L. cast parties . . . Mrs. B ' s U. Va. . . . Homestead beach-parties . . . constant campus con- cert . . . radiance of Drama . . . rehearsals ' till June . . . " Pass the cigarettes, please! " . . . Sweet Briar Rose . . . " The delight of curiosity " ' . . . " For through the hands of such as these God speaks, and from behind their eyes. He smiles upon the earth. " Drama. Choir: Brambler; News; Briar Patch; Paint and Patches; Dance Club; Scholarship; Fresh- man Show; Senior Shotv; May Day Committee. 5° » •_♦ ..♦ • • .? MARY LOUISE KELLEY HoisTo.v. Ti: s M. I.. . . . (|iii(k-silver personality . . . adolescent nusic . . . the tweedy art major . . . wardrobe on chair . . . encyclopedia of non-essential information . . sleeps 20 hours — plays 4 — studies the rest . . . ' NOW. he ' s got an M.G. " . . . Leprechaun ' s blood . . " Oh. really? " ... It has come to our attention . . a tantrum a day . . . slow Moonlight Sonata . . . The Hawk ... a crisis every May Day . . . " My life. I love ()u. " lllsTdiiV OK kv. C.nnipiis Chest; Student Develop- niciil hiiiil: Orientation Committee; Paints and I ' dlclirs; I- nshman Shaw; Senior Show; May Day Coni iiiltrc : l r v Court. CARY RANDOLPH LAMOND Alexandria. Virgima Gary . . . C.R. . . . shined shoes . . . al wa s laugh- ing . . . " gung, gung. gung " . . . let ' s make " amends ' . . . time lo wa-ih hairs . . . " did Kiigland call? ' " . . . - sh Wednesday at Tom " s . . . work is the curse of the drinking class . . . Krispv Kreme . . . " It ' s not that big a thing " . . . The Dungeon has an outside door . . . " atul then I diii|i|if(l llie ceiiterboard " . . . " he ' s just Mi size " . . . ou ciiirs. Psychology. Choir; Nkws; Hki k Patch,- Senior ShoH ; liiy Day Committee; May Court. 961 - ■ •♦ : ♦. IV iJ» «» f(» ■ .. t- . ■ » ♦ ILA LANE FRANCES LAYER TIMBERS Great Neck, New York Ela Rue, thats ham. cheese, and asparagus . . . pig- tails, poetry, and pearls . . . " But I did the OUTSIDE reading " . . . whiskey sours for breakfast . . . " Ex- cuse my profanity " . . . table climbing in London . . . " what accent? " . . . barefoot babbler . . . " Wake me for breakfast, but if I don ' t get up . .. " " ... to grand- mother ' s house we go . . . leopardfkin sii|) . . . " Ro- manticism is something you feel, not tliat yju talk about " . . . " History is bunk! " Modern European History. Choir; Brambler,- News; Dance Club: Junior Year in France; Fresh- inuii SIkiw: Senior Shoii ' ; May Day Committee. Charlottesville, Virginia Dee . . . Deanna . . . Blue Monday . . . Friday is happy day! . . . weekends at S.B.C.? . . . " Blue Flea " . . . —boo . . . Just WHERE is Jackson Heights? . . . Mommie . . . knee socks and matching sweaters . . . chicken, pecan pies, and iced tea . . . THE ardent student . . . Loyp is the sustenanie of life. American History. News,- Senior Show; May Day Committee. i cviidv$ 52- ANNE CARTER LEE 1!(|(:K M(U NT. ' ii!(;iM Sallv. ha ing swallowed cheese. Directs clown holes the scented breeze, Untieing llius uitli liailcd Incatli. Nice niicr to an nntinicK dcalli. GicoriKKY Taylor Fkknch. Ainls and . vscs; Fresluiiim Honors: Dean List: Junior ) rar in France. NANCY MARGARETTA LORD Hoi.l.ISIKK. C M.I FORMA " My hero ' " . . . likes green Porsches . . . early morn- ing workouts . . . Hawaii calls . . . " Who w ' ants to usher in church this ucck. ' ' . . . loves Florida oranges . . . peanuts " ■ hat am 1 going to do with this radical? Erase it! . . . our favorite cow- girl . . . roundup on the ranch . . . with Shorty on the phone . . . " Runnin ' Bear " . . . " Anvone for hockey, baskethall. lacrosse? " . . . Matukmatics. Y.M.C.A.; News; Head of lAurosse: Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Lacrosse; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee; Hispanic Society. 1961 53 ♦ • ' ♦ ! ► » «» f f :» ' ( •«k ' ¥ ' ' ? ' ' ' ,♦ . 1 " ■■ y.v.- " fjy. ' .p?W . ' . ' ' MARTHA FULTON LUSK Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania SUSAN VIRGINIA McCOY Arlington Heights. Illinois Mimi . . . Martha F. . . . Suiiiniertime . . . " Just send flowers " . . . the other women . . . " rni n :)t proud " . . . ' ' Oh Botheration, Hilda " ... a plague at the D.H. . . . " The Dohennann-pinscher ' s escaped again " . . . N.O.L.U. . . . half of a perfect couple? . . . " Ill unpack my suitcase tomorrow. Carol " . . . " At 21, the Civil War passed me by " . . . Numniie . . . North to Alaska. Modern European History. Choir; News; Briar Patch,- Freshman Show; Senior Show. " It is only the superficial qualities that last. Man ' s deeper nature is soon found out. " Oscar Wilde French. Brambler; Tan Phi; Dean ' s List; Junior } ear in France. w CVii ic»v$ 54 , » ♦ ♦ hi;K- A -H 6 DRUSILLA SIIKPIIERD MrEACHERN Wilmington. Niikpii Carolina VIRGINIA READY M.KEEL ClIMU.OTTKSVII.LK. ViKGIMA Drusula . . . (niuiin Dm . . . always the entertainer . . . nuul sal(lifi- . . . " uin(ls like McKathrine " ' . . . tales and more tales . . . " nie or I ' . ' ' " . . . only more days . . . " Daddy said " . . . cokes . . . monograms . . . pretzels ... " I just can ' t do anything " " . . . smoker singer? . . . " That ' s HIGHLY irregular " . . . anything except bugs and storms . . . " ' It irketh me " . . . pirouette? . . . " Gee " . . . " about those ham sandwiches " . . . powder and brush . . . ' " Give me Thy hand, and hush awhile. " .VIoDEKN Elropean Historv. Campus CliesI: News; Freshman Show; Senior Show: May Day Committee. Gingy-liluc-bcads . . . the queen of llic San Joa(juin . . . zcn rites with alcohol lights . . . de grape au lialhtub . . . the vanishing pad ... a closet back of every door . . . late dates make good mates . . . 75c donation . . . out by five, back by nine . . . On. Mac- Duff, but don " t forget to say flushing. English. Orientation Committee: Brambi.er; News; Dance. Club; Freshman Shotv. 55 ■ ' • " -A: : .-f. f. vn;v i CVii iov GLORIA JEAN MEDERER Valdosta. Georgia Ria . . . The Lecture and Concert Committee ' s only sure bet . . . " I ' m just so scared I ' m gonna miss something " . . . Mother Rhea . . . " No. Valdosta ISN ' T in South American; it ' s in Georgia " ' . . . " The rat got around the maze in 10 tries — it took me 98 " . . . babysitting and back rubbing . . . ' " When I read the cake and saw whose ' birthday ' it was. I ahnost dropped the Waring Blender " . . . " ' Y ' all come look at the moon! " Psychology. Head of Y.W .C.A.: Orieniation Com- mittee; Who s Who in American Colleges and L ni- versities. CELIA ISABEL MENDOZA Tf.glcigalpa D. C Honduras Celia . . . telephone calls from Washington . . . an- other dinner, another speech . . . it ' s not Mincers that raises the grades . . . star rushee of the St. Elmo House . . . paying rent at 112 Chelsey Dr., C ' ville . . . 4-dav week . . . bombs at 1 p.m. from 303 Grammer . . . collect calls from Honduras . . . Hinky-Dink . . . writing French exams in Spanish. Modern Languages. Inierclub Council; W arid Affairs Club; BrambleR; Freshman Show; May Day Com- mittee; Hispanic Society, President. 56 V4 ' V ' » ♦■ ■ J,» . -f;:»V» ' 1961 ANN CATHERINE IV1EKEDH H Crossett. Arkansas Ann Cai . . . Mnilici . . . Tlie I!ii Friend ' s girl friend . . . Iie l lui-liirm. Mr. Luddcri! . . . Howl-fan sweet- hearts from i! to ISO . . . weekly overnights in the Nkws ollice . . . physical education major . . . " Aristo- tle is u ron " ' . . . OKinpie speed reader . . . life is real, life is larnesl . . . " " Parlez-vous rien. Mademoi- selle? " . . . " W hats your problem ? " ' . . . " " Tout le monde est mon theatre . . . " Mv mind. m ord and ulli(ienl tfacher. " ' Dkwiv. Ildxuood Inn Conimitlec: Bramblkr; News,- Paints ant! I ' alclies; Saccharine Thome Gang; Na- lional Merit Scholarship; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Shoir. Director; May Day Committee Head. MIRIAM POWELL MOLANDER MiN.NEAi ' oi.is. Minnesota M.mi . . . Meems . . . Me-Me-Mi-Mo-Mo-Mo-Lo . . . always smiling ... " I don ' t see how you gain weight: 1 eat EVERYTHING and lose " . . . little boy pa- jamas . . . off to the " Frison " again . . . " Muddles Molander " ... " 1 doni knou wlidin I like best! " . . . Mitzi again? . . . constantly late . . . " Which Judic miMnber can I talk to this time? " . . . " but black shoes are so practical ' . . . false eyelashes . . . alliteration personified. J ' sYCHOLOGY. Y.W ' .C.A.: Brambler; News; Paints and Patches: freshman Show; Senior Show: May Day Committee; May Court. 57 i CVli iC»V$ ALLISON BADGER MOORE Charlotte. North Carolina Snowball . . . snuggle-bunny . . . pixie pers(inified . . . Winnie the Pooh with enormous heart . . . frank- ness . . . " Put that in your pipe and smoke it ' . . . peeking o er the wheel of the green bomb . . . Tar Heel born . . . always a bridesmaid . . . love those SAE ' s . . . l() altv in those big brown eyes . . . crisp red apples . . . Heidi . . . England and John Keats . . . " Love is enough, though the world be a-waning. " English. Orientalion Committee: Cliiinp Mung: Freshman Slioir: Senior Show: May Day Committee. MARGARET KYLE MUNDY Lynchblrg. Virginia Sleepy-eyed . . . hidden nose . . . MMM??? Don ' t SAY that . . . angel reformer . . . white-sock hater . . . doughnuts ... I don ' t know WH I took it . . . Oh. what time is it? . . . The ONLY one left . . . hair pusher . . . Lets ask Mama . . . Wilmington or L nchburg . . . Shiny locks . . . stylish . . . ' Slick ' . . . ' P. Kyle ' . . . Oh boo. giggle . . . Loyal friend " til the cows come in ... It irketh me too. American Studies. Orientation Committee; Briar Patch. Staff; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee. 58 .♦ . -♦ ..♦ v» ♦ • -t jy ' ji PAGE NELSON Millwood. Vikgima Page . . . Everv SOtli pcrsnn in iifr ' niia is named Page Nelson! . . . Tin always right . . . pajamas for l)irlhdays and Christmas . . . " i ' m just a math ma- jor — I can ' t do arithmetic " . . . two-day trip to Mill- wood. ' irginia . . . rclui taut riding leader ... " Twas a misty, moist) morning ... " " ... solitary meanders to mysterious places . . . ever-widening circles in a secret, silent pucii . . . Little Page. MaT1I1vMAT1C . II arid Affairs Club: Athletic Associa- tion, Treasurer: Procter and Gamble Schnlarship: Freshman Shcu : l ( v Day Committee. WILLIE ANN NEWBURY Lkxingtox, Kentlckv Puddin. Piid . . . " My name is Willie . ' nn but — " . . . Kentuckian with shoes ... all night stands . . . " Vi hy can ' t I dale someone convenient? " . . . Rowan ' s best advertisement . . . hair down at midnight . . . The Boyfriend! s) . . . sunbathing in canoes . . . Pad at Boxwood . . . seances at seven . . . Mav Day frisbee game . . . levis for exams . . . Bongos — three hours straight . . . ' ' Experience is the best teacher, but the tuition is too high. " ' .MoDKRN Elropi:an History. YJf .C.A.: Choir: Ori- entation Committee; World Affairs Club: I ' arsity La- crosse: Freshman Show; Senior Shotc; May Day Committee. 1961 59 • ' ♦ • -■ ■.•♦ ♦.: FRANCES ELIZABETH OLIVER Summit. Nkw Jkrsky JOCELYN MARIE PALMER Charlottk. North Carolina Fran ... Hot Dog . . . Haarr! . . . Can I bluff comps. too? . . . The best friend . . . One of the four greatest people that ever lived . . . " Tell Laura I love her " . . . " Bull " . . . Tennis racquets and beer cans . . . I was a teenage picketeer . . . Mademoiselle . . . Tiat a whole lot of mixed up world . . . empath and sensitivity. Mathematics. Judicial Board: Inlercluh Council: Orientation Committee: News. Editorial Board: Head of Hockey: Chung Mung; Q.V.: Aints and Asses: Saccharine Thome Gang; Hockey Varsity; Basketball Varsity; Tennis Varsity; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee. Joce . . . innocent Auntie Mame . . . " Puppy Dog " . . . Daisv Miller . . . earlv to bed. earlv to rise . . . naive? . . . " What ' s new? " . . . Ipana smile . . . duck walk . . . neatness . . . Manv came, but it took the I . S. Marine Corps to conquer . . . " Pm exhausted " . . . Emily Dickinson . . . " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. " Psychology. May Court: Orientation Committee; Brambler; News; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee. i V5 .♦ -♦ .,♦ • • ♦ - .? ' • V ANNE PEABODY PARKER Welleslky Hills. Massachisktts SHIRLEY EVE PAI MORE Shaker Heights. Ohio ■■(Jill lockin ' chair " ? got me " " . . . l resideiit Pannell ' s ■■Student Most Devoted to Controversy " . . . Pogo by moonlight . . . pigs are steadier . . . S.B.C. delegate to the U. Va. Outing Cluh . . . " He who suffers most is best " . . . " but I hate baked beans! " . . . Skeleton in the fire])lar(- . . . " " It ' s gond there " ? jjlenty of me. since 1 sjjread il a sfiill thin. So :l iL(i(n. Sludcnl (lOicrnineiil Association, ice- i ' ri ' sideiil : Intcrcliili ( ' .oiinril. head; Choir: World Af- jairs Cluh: News. Sla ): Bkivr Patch. Copy Editor; J lead of Cabin: Tan I ' hi; Who ' s Who in American Colleiies and Universities: Freshman Show; Sweet . ones: Rules Committee, Chairman ; Lectures and i ' .onrerts Committee. Kim . . . the tweedie Kabooda is neatsie-pooh . . . " Id like )u to meet Nellvbelle " . . . Shell keep ■ ' Cool " ' skating on thin ice. but she may marry a Democrat . . . madrasonified . . . Bramhler money changer . . . Meanwhile. Backgammon at the Patch . . . first on the Golden Stairs . . . LAKAOIA . . . W innie Ille I ' ooh and a drinking coat ... To Hot Springs again? . . . 8:0 " ). Economics. Brambler; l oard oj Publications, Sec- retary-Treasurer; News; Briar Patch; Head oj Lake; Head of Winter Sports; Freshmen Show: Senior Shoic; May Day Committee; Cliairman of iounii Republicans. i96l 61 .■ ;-A ' J ;|;J . ELIZABETH CAMPBELL PEARSON Houston, Texas Betsy . . . watchmaker par excellence . . . " But I want to be a Tweed " . . . Z-z-zt Beer, vintage 1960 . . . " Oh, blah! " . . . " And we had champagne, and every- body got all red in the face. " ' " A subtle grace of heart and mind That flows with tactful sympathy. A quick responsiveness in word and deed, A dignity and stateliness at need. The will to follow or the art to lead. " Modern European History. Senior Cbss, Secretary; Co-Cliairman of Christmas Bazaar, 1960; Y.W.C.A.; Orientation Committee; World Affairs Club; Fresh- man Honors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; Freshman Show: Senior Shoic; Curriculum Committee; Phi Beta Kappa. ANN BUCHANAN PERCY Lynchburg. Virginia Po . . . Ann Buchanan Foot-in-lhe-mouth Percy . . . " Mama. I ' m home! " . . . I bangi in a purple-and-white plaid towel . . . maker of pseudo-hatboxes. culotte nightgowns, and distinctive puns . . . " I ' ve found mv tragic flaw. " . . . naps in the Browsing Room . . . " This year I shall be firm in decision and neat in drawer. History of Art. Y.W .C.A.; Campus Chest; Orienta- tion Committee; Brambler; Board of Publications; News; Briar Patch,- Freshman Honors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; Handbook and Key. Editor; May Day Committee; Phi Beta Kappa. CV|iC»V5 ••,♦ .♦--♦..♦ ' 4 ♦•-•;? - ' ••J 962 ANN PENDLETON PO ELL Richmond, Virginia " She loved to look at flowers sineli fruit And till- k-a fs had liic look of loving Yet at a certain age her heart put ahout searching the lost shores And heard the green hirds singing from the other side of silence. ' Lawrence Ferlingiietti I ' liii.dsopuy. Orientation Committee; World Affairs Club; Board of Publications; News; Briar Patch, Editor: Tau. Phi; Cluing Mung; Saccharine Thorne Gang; Freshman Show; Senior Show: May Day Com- mittee, Head; Rules Committee. NANCY POWELL FRENCH CllARLOTTESVII.LK, ViRGIMA - an( . . . Music: Time to practice the organ . . . liul 1 ilon " t like popcorn at 2 a.m. . . . sidewalk con- struction engineer . . . soundproof walls and light- less cracks . . . .Mr. Bricken ' s fifteen sharps in twenty sixteenths . . . never holds a grudge ... " I always practice directing on my hicycle, Addie! " . . . Sweet notes with a smile . . . satin blonde hair . . . rings on her finger and liclis in her voice. Music. Choir, Accompanist; Junior Honors; Deans , « .• Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Com- mittee; Chapel and Vespers, Organist. m . 63 i CVii iov EVTLYN LECONTE PRINGLE Columbia, South Carolina Eve . . . Evus . . . Tadpole . . . Birdlegs . . . What about professional studio modeling? . . . Big Mama . . . Cham Clovvder . . . Clogging every weekend . . . It ' s about that nervous foot! . . . Airlifts and secret hops ... I contribute a lot to the Campus Chest . . . a knack for exaggerated stories . . . vivacity and en- thusiasm . . . twinkling brown eyes . . . " ' all. I want to do-oo-oo something! " . . . sunsets . . . soft rain . . . Thoughtful perception . . . Loves all that life can give. Modern European Hlstorv. Judicial Board: House President; Orientation Committee: IT orld Affairs Club; Bum Chum; Freshman Honors: Freihman Show: Senior Show; May Day Committee. MARGARET LOWENE PULIS Chatham. New Jersey Peg . . . Faggy-Lou . . . after dinner conversations with Mrs. Spencer . . . dorm bug collector . . . coffee- hound . . . Comet . . . TV lounge on third floor Man- son . . . " But Southern boys just don ' t like Northern girls ' . . . gotta go to the lab . . . the rug won ' t get dirty if we dont walk on it . . . always on the run . . . " stop talking while Ini interrupting. " . . . " she ' s just the most wonder Jul person " . . . Respond. Re- spond ! Biology. Choir: Orientation Committee; News; Senior Show: Altar Comniitlee. Co-Chairman. 1 W j 64 :i%- x - ♦; .♦-»-• ..♦•.♦ ••-♦,? -.••J " 1961 ANN McDIAKMII) KIICHKY BARBARA VIRGINIA ROSS (llNCINN Ml. Ollll) l il(lir . . . ■•Oil. ihi " darliiif. ' .- ! 1 uani Irii of ihciii! ' " . . . SuiidaN polo addict . . . Ro k- in liri head . . . " Whcii " devils and angels meet " . . . lluil deceptively innocent look ... " I can " t. V f got a meeting " . . . liewaie of possessive Greeks . . . the organization woman ... a smile for e er one . . . cross-country weekends . . . charge accounl at Idm ' s . . . first floor foursome. Math KM ATI CS. Sludenl Coiernnicnl Association. President: Sophomore Class President: Inlercluh Council: Head of Student Development Fund: Q.V.: W lio .s iriio in American Colleges and Universities: Dean s List: Freshman Shoiv; Rules Committee; Church and Chapel Committee: Ma) Court. FoiiT Thomas. Kknticky fkrl) : " Meehs " " . . . " [ ' ruit " . . . -Heehop " ' . . . the Blonde Bomlishell! . . . " Hi Hoooooooooney ! " " . . . " Deeeeeeear " . . . u ell-groomed . . . three hours for this hairdooo! . . . (ALWAYS on time! ! I . . . mid- night oil . . . always laughing . . . imitate anything or anyone . . . " Hey Chaaarrles! ! " . . . " I ' m so smart. I make myself sick! " . . . " Anvl)odv want to have a ' BALL ' ? " ' . . . " LOVE those BLLM) DATES!! " . . . " Harve ! ... " Man. you ain ' t shaaaarrp eee-nough! " . . . ' " True humour springs from the heart. " Sociology. Social Committee. Secretary : Orientation Committee: Bkiar Patch; Bum Chum; Aints and Asses; Freshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee. 6s CV»iC»V5 JANE DOUGLAS ROULSTON Richmond, Virginia Janie . . . the Poster Person . . . " ou aiii t just whistling Dixie " . . . Hot Ralston ... " I thought I was a goner " . . . " But Mr. Dace. I ' m afraid of heights " . . . " ou all. Fm so embarrassed " . . . chil- dren and dogs . . . " My fruit flies aren ' t virgins any- more " . . . The Dungeon ... " I think 111 make a list " . . . " I ' m NOT emotionally unstable. " . . . " The way to a mans heart is through his dog. ' Psychology. Y.M.C.A.: Orientation Commitlee; Box- tvood Inn Committee: Vocational Guidance Commit- tee; News; Paints and Patches: Senior Show: May- Day Committee. SUSAN MARIE TA RUSMISEL San ds Point, New York Conation: all trees do have shadows ... " I have measured out my life with coffee spoons " . . . clas- sical guitar with excuses . . . compulsive eating: when a dimes worth more than a quarter . . . long distance: Firown-Morrison again! . . . people ha e more prob- lems than anybody . . . " Leonardo da Vinci was left- handed " . . . " bless you " ... PL Nishment . . . " Mercy Maude! " . . . always wish on a star . . . ' twas brillig; class of 1967. English. Interduh Council: Choir: Brambler, Edi- tor: Board oj Publications: Tau Phi, President: Sac- charine Thome Gang: Freshman Honors: Junior Honors: Dean ' s List: Phi Beta Kappa; Emily Watts McVea Scholar: Freshman Show; May Day Commit- tee; Lectures and Concerts Committee. J» ' ; . ' LYNNE RYNDERS Geneva, New York Spook . . . Lill e■v v (i(j| t ' . . . June 7 . . . Annapolis weekcniis . . . Herman the ( I ' linan . . . siir le pont . . . twisting cliainpion . . . camera bug ... I got 4 letters tixlav . . . Miss Miiller savs that frustration ... I ate innre than .|err . . . uc must elean the room . . . " He suilehed the cues againy ... eor- respcindenee kid . . . pin. pajama top. and a Midship- man . . . just .... more da s until I ' svcilOLOCV. Orientation Conimitlcc: ocutional Guidance Committee, Secretary; Briar Patch; Paints and Patches: yarsity LaCrosse: Freshman Show: Senior Shou : May Day Comnii li-c: Church and Chapel Cominillcc. LETH lA LEIGH SANDERS Newnan, Georgia I ish . . . " Sometimes I just feel like saying " meow " " ' . . . " " Somel)()dy wake nie up in thirty minutes " . . . ihampagne and Wheaties for breakfast . . . Miss Gem- inell " s pen pal ... " a hot dog with lots of mustard and catsup and NO mayonnaise " . . . " Nfi. I ' m not iipening a branch library ' " ... a yogi . . . " I ' ope and all that crowd " ... a black satin slip . . . " " llaMdet is the person I ' d most like to be with in a fallout shel- ter . . . fur coat, heels, gloves, AND |)ajamas. Kngli.sm. )! M .C.A.: Choir; Chairman oj Campus ( ' hest: Orientation Committee; Curriculum Commit- tee: Senior v ' V g Chairman; New.s, Editorial Board: Who s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Freshman Honors: Junior Honors; Dean ' s List: Freshman Shoic: Curriculum Committee: Phi Beta Kappa. 67 1961 ' ♦ ' ♦ • ♦ SALLY HAMILTON SCHERER Richmond. Virginia Sal . . . President of the Bazzie Fan Club . . . the winner . . . " Tell me. I ' ll laugh at anything! " ' . . . One of the four greatest people that ever lived . . . H. J. . . . " Oh. I ' ve got to stop saying that " . . . Tolerance . . . " Hut I sent my sheets last month! " . . . Junior year in Hades . . . Consistent and sincere. PuiLOSOPin. Judicial Board: Jiiniur Class President: Freshman Class President Pro-Tern: Y.W .C.A.: Inler- club Council: Chung Mung. President: Q.l .: Sac- charine Thome Gang: Freshman S!iom Chairman and Director: Senior Shoiv. MARY JANE SCHRODER MoYLAN, Pennsylvania Schrit ! . . . Schrodes . . . ' " I ' ve created my own Frankenstein " . . . well-trodden path to Babcock . . . " It ' s Sunday — gotta call home! " . . . corkscrew curls . . . ' " flower fair " . . . care packages . . . weak ankles on Saturdav nights . . . " Let it be forgotten " . . . " See ya! " . . . eternal triangles . . . majoring in physical education? . . . " Its onh my eighth cup of coffee todav! " . . . seaside artist . . . " Nobody ever thinks Im anything but innocent ' . . . Graduate school, Europe, or . . . Hl.STORY OF Art. Choir; Athletic Association, Presi- dent: Head of LaCrosse; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball : Varsity LaCrosse. i cvii iC»V$ 68 ,♦♦--♦..♦ » .♦u v V ' -Jf mm MARY BELLE SCOTT (Jkek.willk. Sol rii (Iakoi.ina " Mabel " . . . " Mabes Babes " . . . slew-footed sweetie . . . orgranization . . . Cha[)cl Hill excursions . iiracious . . . " Santa Maria ' . . . licarl of jiold . |)er[)( ' tual praiticer . . . famous Pbiladelphia fan . " Look on tlie Sunin Side " . . . laughing eyes . llin-ads cif siKer . . . Iicrn known to love a |)art . ill llii- know and aluavs on llie go . . . charin and |)iiise (d a iad . . . true |o lu-rscif . . . " Music like a ur c of gold. " Misu;. Choir: I omtional Ciiidarur Cominiltpe: Freshman Shun : Sriiioi Shan : la Day ( ' .oiiiniittep. JULL4 LEWIS SHIELDS Mdl NT Vkknon. ' ik(;!M Jules . . . " I ni qui and shxet " . . . The Hawk . . " Ill take wlialexer he teaches " . . . the little house keeper . . . " Hubert I " . . . one vote for Byrd . . " I hink id the noise! " . . . superconscientious . . frustrated actress . . . " ' S ' ou all. he ' s an Old Boy " . . nap time . . . toast al the Junior Banquet . . . the Wings of a Dove " . . . struggle for creativi( " I lo e evcr l.odv! " . . . " Ah. wh should lif. labour be? " Kngi.isii. Orifiildlidii Coinmttlee: News. Editorial Board; Bkiai! i ' vrcii.- Athletic Association; Chung Miinic; Freshnuui Show; Senior Shotv; May Day Comi ' iitfec. On 69 i961 ' - ♦ ■ ■. ' • •♦ " ■♦ " " ADELAIDE SHINBERGER Richmond. Virginia MYRA SILVERBERG Tamaulipas, Mexico Adel . . . that determined look in her eye . . . Cali- fornia calling . . . couldn ' t live without opera, Vogue, and an alarm clock . . . the nicest thing ab out NSA is the male membership . . . Shut up. Wallace . . . day-in. day-out diet — mostly out ... a charmingly earnest reformer . . . Ah me. sweet smell of ether calls . . . gets lightheaded in Rowans. Drama. N.S.A., Chmrman: Region of United States National Student Association of the Carolinas and Virginia: Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet: Orientation Committee: Tail I ' hi: I ' ainis and Patches: Freshman Show: Senior Show: May Day Commitee, Head ; Church and Chapel Com m itlee. Source of all mischief . . . slim jims . . . estoy en el jumador? ... a sample of what? . . . chalupas and Sprites . . . fantastic tales . . . " Tampico. Tampico. on the Gulf of Mexico " ' . . . furniture-in-hall time . . . hub caps in Mexico City " still water runs deep " . . . 8:08 . . . Biology. Senior Show: Hispanic Society. w ' cvii i v 7° •.♦.» ' -♦ .,♦•-• U ,7V» J? ' )6 ROSALIE MoCORMICK SMITHY Ch RLK«TON. SOLTH CAROLINA VIRGINIA HARGRAVE SORTOR F.NGLEwooD. New Jersey H..se Bal. . . . f.l.u-sila s in Chai.cl Hill . . . Super Siinca . . . l)air Oueen . . . Easter time is the time for egg? . . . Our friendly Esso Dealer . . . One of the four greatest people that ever lived . . . Coffee ' n confusion . . . " And a six pack to go. " ... " I luve . " mash! " . . . Emotion and reason . . . sense of humor and winning va s. Mathematics. Junior Class. Vice-President; Social Commiltee: Student Development Fund; Orientation Committee; Brambler; Briar Patch; Aints and Asses; Freshman Show; Senior Show: May Day Com- mittee. Brown eyes . . . Little Bits . . . ankee turned Rehel . . . Sleep talking . . . " But I ONLY bought FIVE records today " . . . Sortor Sot ... " I can ' t help it if I like television — My intelligence IS low " . . . " It CAN ' T be empty again " . . . The American Stud . . . Paperbacks ... But I CAN ' T twist like that " . . . " Get the trashbasket QUICK! " . . . Broke again . . . Washington? American History. Briar Patch,- Varsity Hockey; Senior Show; May Day Committee. 71 -- ; ♦ ♦.• .■ ' .■ ' ♦, ;.■ ' ' CV|iC»V$ MARY MOSELEY STEKETEE Grand Rapids, Michigan " Stek " . . . always doing sometliiiig for someone . . . mail girl . . . frequent trips to Warrenton ... re- served for Lt. MacDonald . . . expert knitter . . . dairy queens and peanut brittle . . . " Oh. Ill never get all this work done " . . . ' ' but don ' t ou see that over y plus the derivative of k equals — 1? " . . . counting checks for the News. Mathematics. Board of Publications: News, Busi- ness Mnnnger; Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Day Coinrniltee. MARY COPELAND STURGEON Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Sturgie Butts . . . friend to all . . . " My raspy, raucous, rowdy voice. " ... Taxi service to the D. I. . . . Wheelin ' and dealin ' in the Blob . . . " Well, I ' m not going to distribute the damn robes! " . . . Miss I.B.M. . . . " Well. Duda says " . . . Pirates greatest fan . . . " Geez youse guvs " . . . Unique striped hair . . . Worked her wav through college with hairdressing 101 . . . " The family that drinks together shrinks to- gether " . . . First Floor Foursome. Mathematics. Senior Class President; Assistant Fire Chief; Y.W.C.A.; Orientation Committee; Bum Chum; Aints and Asses; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Varsity Hockey and Basket- ball, Captain; Freshman Honors; Deans List; Fresh- man Show; Senior Show; May Day Committee: Phi Beta Kappa. 7 . - .»■ ; • .- ' .•• ,♦ ♦.-♦. " ? , -«V? ' ' J! 1952 MARY RILEY STUKR San Francisco, ( " m.iiohma l ili ' . . . Sturr Bread . . . " " I ' ll lie right down. Iloyle " . . . I ' lKiadway after hours . . . Sunday afternoon and tc;i . . . " " lie ' s sii sweet " . . . (Imrio ariiiiilo . . . " Are ou in li.ve. ' ' " " . . . a a (irahlxM . . . " " Have I told ()U ahout Japan? " . . . aerial vie v.s of Yokohama . . . Awful urfel . . . Conversation and contemplation in the coffee culiicle . . . " You rJrat! " " . . . Salinger and Pasternak ... " " I sained ten ])ounds today. " Internation L Rklations. Choir: Siiident Develop- ment Fund: Orii ' iitn ion C.omniiltcc: World Affairs Club; News; Tun I ' lii: Ainls and Asses; Rebekah W. Bell Scholarship; Junior Year in Japan: Freshman Show; Senior Show; May Courl. REYHAN TANSAL IsTANiiij!., Turkey Hayon Tonsil . . . " ' Are you serious? " ... I haven ' t done a thinpl " . . . " This is just killing me! " . . . Moonlight in Maine ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . Allahrahatlikversin . . . " Oh, dear! " . . . pledge prob- len ' s arc fun . . . " " Got to go to Bahcock " . . . motto: |)lan ahead . . . the most marvelous creature in the world . . . M sea . . . weekends in the cabin . . . Istanbul, not ( ' oiistaiilirupplf . . . .Speeches. Speeches, Speeches. M TIIEMATICS. Y.IF.C.A.: World Affairs Club: Tau J ' hi: Foreign Student Scholarship; Senior Show. 73 • ' ' • ' CV|iC»V5 LYDIA CALVERT TAYLOR Norfolk. Virginia Lyds . . . " But in Virginia its pronounced CAAlvert " . . . THE Lniversity . . . ■ " Really. I stay this pale all summer " . . . last minute cram sessions ... a frus- trated ballerina ... " a vast storehouse of worthless trivia " . . . that morning-after memory loss ... a vulture for culture ... " I want to be evil " ... " I give up! I ' ll never look innocent! " . . . preference for men teachers ... a twentieth centur Scarlett 0 " Hara. Modern European History. uMay Com!: Oiicniaiion Committee: World Affairs Club: News; Frpshman Shoiv; Senior Show; May Day Committee. BETTYE NICHOLS THOMAS Lynchburg. Virginia Tom, Bettina — Ejiwaduihito . . . governess on the Riviera ( that ' s a nice word for maid 1 . . . wakes up like a praying mantis . . . clodhoppers ( from Champs Elysees to Fletcher ) . . . Guys and Dolls . . . green freckles . . . whoui . . . enigmatic hives . . . smoking if it kills her . . . the family that bathes together stays together . . . luingr) for Hungary . . . sharp wit sans sharp tongue. French. Senior Class, Treasurer; Y.W.C.A.: Orienta- tion Committee; News; Ainls and Asses, The Illus- trious One: Freshman Honors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; Junior Year in France: Freshman Shoiv; May Day Committee: 4-H Club. President: Phi Beta Kappn. 74 ►■ . ■. ■ ' y J ' ■ •.♦ -♦ .♦♦ ' .♦ -• V? -» V mmSk LOUISA WATTS ZIMMER TURNER Darien, Connecticut Totsie . . . T-0-T-S-I-E- . . . the Christma? cherub . . . " See my long hair? " . . . always losing things . . . that mischievous smile . . . ■ " after this next sundae " . . . " eah. Paw? " . . . barefoot in the dells . . . hourly vigilance over crayfish and crabs . . . flower- pressing expeditions . . . " Are you flying Eastern? " . . . apricots and applesauce . . . major relapse . . . " Just because she has a 95% hemoglobin " . . . eyes that even such lashes can ' t hide . . . " So little done, so much to do. " Biology. Y.U .C.A.: Choir; Sludenl Development Fund: Orientation Committee; Brambler, Advertis- ing Manager; News; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List: Senior Show; May Day Committee: Church and Chapel Committee; Phi Beta Kappa. CYNTHIA LEIGH VAUGHAN Bhowmi-i.e. New York Cynthia . . . it ' s time to talk of many things: of build- ing bookcases, painted walls and philosophy . . . straw- berry blonde silk . . . bonnv blue . . . mobile grocery store . . . school trotting . . . " Thats not scrap paper! theyre my backgammon chips " . . . " But V ' aughan. down here, we play with hockey sticks. " . . . " Let ' s leave flowers for the workmen " . . . " Purity and sim- plicit and what ' s that other thing? " Mathematics a.nd Physics. Hockey; Senior Show. 961 75 « • ' ' •• KATHERINE VICKERY New Orleans, Louisiana Kate . . . ' ' See ya. if you ' re lucky " . . . the Richmond Ways and Means Committee . . . " Granny says " . . . ' " Don ' t know what I ' m doing next year, but it ' s going to be around Men " . . . Big Brother ' s watching you . . . " But Pud-d-d " . . . red tomato valentines . . . " le jjuffe, la pante, les phews " . . . " MONSIEUR " . . . " Why? " . . . PLAGUE . . . " But beer makes me sleepy " . . . " Only if it pleases you. ' Psychology. Student Development Fund; News; Varsity Basketball: Freshman Show: Senior Show: May Day Committee. BARBARA ADELE VOGEL Richmond, Virginia Oodle . . . the girl who has everything . . . " Lordv. love a (luck! . . . L.P.H.. Jr. . . . seven-day week- ends . . . " Annie, help! " ... 72 dozen . . . " This is London calling " . . . firm, but understanding . . . " Ladies, you must report a change in address " . . . powers of concentration . . . " If Wachovia sees fit " . . . " Let ' s feed him to a cat " . . . " But I don ' t want to go to graduate school! " . . . First Floor Foursome. Psychology. Judicial Board, Ch-airman : House Presi- dent; May Court; Tau Phi; Q.V.; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Freshman Hon- ors; Junior Honors; Dean ' s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Manson Memorial Scholarship; Emily Watts McVea Scholar; Freshman Show; Curriculum Committee. CV|i V5 76 Kv :?vS r -S vv:- .♦•..♦ •..♦ " ? - ;? ' - ' J MINA OTEY WALKER ALICE HYNSON WARNER Lynchblkg. Virginia Wilmington. Dklawakk Miiia . . . Otcy . . . Otcs . . . Mother Mina . . . ■ " Ilciwif ya doin ' Firey Island? " . . . Gin ice-cubes . . . amusingly naive . . . " One of my weejuns is big- ger than tiie other " " . . . Spring all year round . . . " i don " t understand " " . . . " J-u-s-t a bo I met this sum- mer " . . . " sunshine in a golden up . . . Walks in the rain . . . (juiet friendshi]) . . . depth of character ... a gentle nature. American Sildiks. Stiulenl Gorcmnienl, Secretary AssislanI lleml oj Orientation: Social Committee Nkws; Bum Chum; Fresliman Sliow: Senior Slioic May Day Committee. Alice . . . " " Going home again?! ' " . . . " " We must have 100 OTHER records! " . . . midnight sound rehearsals . . . " " pledge problems again? " . . . delicatessen in 301 . . . sound sleeper . . . southern efficiency? . . . wind her up again . . . early to bed. early to rise . . . " It ' s too cold for hockey! " " ... " " I lost my key to the A. A. room " " . . . rarely laughs, but when she does . . . peanuts . . . escapade in Mexico . . . " Oh. calm down. Iris! " ' . . . " " But it ' s a clean mess. " Mathematics. Atltletic Association, Secretary; Head oj Gaines; Paints and Patches; Varsity Hockey; Var- sity Tennis; Senior Show; Head oj Coolwell. 1961 77 . ' - • JUDITH ANN WHITACRE Cleveland, Ohio " Acres of Wit " . . . " X Tio ' s coining this Sunday? " ' . . . hockey scorekeeper . . . 8:08 . . . " good ole moun- tain dew " . . . " ANOTHER term paper? " . . . Tiiskey sours on Sunday morning . . . Manson Hall study hour . . . needs hotel permission . . . sewn up pajamas and stolen towels . . . 301 Dew-compatibility?? . . . peanuts . . . " Go to bed Iris! . . . early morning work- outs . . . inimitable laugh . . . loves the Bahamas . . . Serenity but — . . . " Mother Jud) " . . . " She smiled and the shadows departed. " Religion. Church and Chapel Committee: Brambler; News; Freshman Show; Senior Show. MACON ELIZABETH WINFREE Richmond, Virginia " Macon — Out " . . . No. its not " Winifred Macon " . . . P.B. ' s little sister . . . love in the Highlands . . . kilts made to fit . . . labcoats and ballet shoes . . . gentle explosions on third floor Academic . . . Ph.D. in speech . . . " Did the operator sound British or southern? " . . . temporarily grounded . . . illegal T- Bird . . . presents from Scotland . . . profdund under- statements . . . " How do you spell . . .? " " Chemistry. Y.W.C.A.; Orientation; Freshman Hon- ors; Dean ' s List; Junior Year at St. Andrew ' s: Fresh- man Show; May Day Committee; Freshman Chemis- try Achievement Award: James Lewis Howe Award; Phi Beta Kapixi. CViidV5 78 i96Z CAROL DANA W OKBOYS Syracuse, Ni:w Vokr (NOT ANNE I . . . C. W. . . . Clara . . . Dana . . . (lieeii E fs ... " " I lliciiii;lil I llufu it away " . . . Tlip Legend (if TurcK llnlinu . . . l )rtrait of Mv Love . . . I i-riliick (iolcuii-l . . . Speed Vi I ' iliiii: Class . . " Ciannic. Wheres; the cat? " . . . " lis copx iiiglil " . . . I ' orest of Tall Oak Trees . . . LC.C. . . . " Tli I niforni " ' . . . Dear J. Barton— Lrfi . . . II, ■! . . . Ilrll . . . II, M,, . . . Ode to Carol u itli Car K,) s. GoVKR.NMKNT. NkwS, CircuUltion Eililor: BRIAR I ' atcii, Copy Editor: I nrsily Ijicro.s.sf: Freshman Show: Senior Show. Expected to Graduate nith the Class of 1962 MILLIE ANDERSON GWYNNE M riilM TI(:s. Serrelnry of Freshman ( ' .lass; Fresh- man Honors, Deans List; Q.V.: House President: Y.IF.C.4.. . ' secretary : Freshman Shoic: May Day Committee. Westh.(tmplon V.olleiic. Riclimoml. I ir inia. LAURA CONNERAT JELKES I ' liYSics. Choir; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball, Captain; Freshman Show ' : NlCWS; Q.l .: Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Orientation: Varsity Tennis; House President; Tau Phi; Y .W.C.A. . ' Irmslrnnfi Col- lege, Savannah, Georgia. MOLLY HARRIS JORDON i ' svcuoi.oGY. Freshman Show; Orientation Commit- tee: May Day Committee: Christmas Bazaar, Head. It esthamplon College. Richmond. I irjiinia. NANCY McGINNIS PICARD Psychology. Choir; Freshman Shoiv; News; Church and Chapel Committee; Senior Show; Curriculum Committee. Western Reserve University. MARY EDITH McKENZIE Mathematics. Orientation Committee; News; I ar- sity Volleyball; Varsity Hockey; May Day Committee; Freshman Show; Senior Show; Junior Year .ibroad. Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. 79 :■♦•.■ ♦ ♦j :- ' . ■■l- ilf •f-- Charles Addains never had any foniial traiiiiiia. A sturdy building, yes. . .• V- ■ ■ ' jsiky. -- .-• - ' T i •««■ J . " Non, nous ne sommes pas Americaines! Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow 80 1 ♦♦• ' ' ' - ,♦.♦--.♦..♦ - t «;?V -J! S ' jjR«S8?-w iJ " i W e thank t)ii. Thanks to Boxwood, our party was a success. What ' s new in th ' mit iclc uoild ' : What (lid that doctor mean h lati-nt |) romania ' ; Seiiiur Sliuu ; " Ihc Uu liicm " The real character of a man is found out Ijy his amusements " Sir Joshua Reynolds Present Seniors embarking (in their Junior Year to France; breaking ground for Babcock: the Briar Patch Inn. 82. •.♦;»j». ♦uf : Playing the " Ring Game " : liaminL ' ilu- " ■|ui i. ' " Musicales im the artade: comediennes in action; departure for (]hrislnias Vacation. - ' ♦ . 4-» " ' •,• .» -♦ ..♦ ' J» -• - -» ' OOK 3 aie, |)i siliM- recep- tiveness. JUNIORS We know ourselves as an integral part of the life of this school; we participate in all its categories — clubs and ac- tivities, as well as classrooms. As for learning, we have caught a glimpse of the great expanse between our knowl- edge, a mere point of de- parture, and wisdom. Lyn Clark, Sccrt-taiT ; Mcta Pmnil. TnaMin-r; Marta Sweet, Vioe-Presiileiit ; Betsy Parker, President. MViV»(c»V ( 1 5$ 952 86 .- " ■ . ' . : A » : J? i » ». ' ■.♦•.»•-♦ . ' • .»■ . ' .? ' ' -J? Judy Kay Alspaugh Nerissa voiii Baur Betsey Beale Ann Benson Gail Blanke Meta Bond May Bowers Sabra Brock Laura Lee Brown Kathy Caldwell Pat Calkins Ann Carter Ginger Gates L n Clark Ginny Corwin McNair Currie Sissy Dean . ancy Dixon Dehorah Doherty Susan Enns 87 Betsy Flanders Stevie Fontaine Julia Fort Cynthia Hooton Cynthia Hubard Gini Joachim Sue Jones Randv Kendia Ann Funkhouser Lyn Gabel Lucetta Gardner Laurinda King Irmelin Klose Lee Kucewicz Lucy Lemon Missy Lohr Pru Gay Karen Gill Jane Goodridge Mandy MrCormick Jean McRae Emily Maxwell Jean Meyer Marilyn Mitchell Nikki Griess Mary Gro etzinger Judy Gutches Mary Lou Morton Joan Nevvhall Nancy Nix Betty Noland Joan Novakowski Punch Harris Katherine Haskell Janet Hiesland Lucy Otis Betsy Parker Tempe Parker Jean Perkins Anne Pinckney ' untors :i ' ' : 99M-yv ;».» 4 ; .;?v»:j! MMWi ' iiiWIiiHIilliriiPi ii i iiw " " - N o A .V y " Class of 1963 Class of 1963 V x x A A ■|i f T A _ 90 u ' i ' .♦x» •?. ♦ ' Exchange Students Irene Pschorr Harriet Reese Renee Regen Nancy Roberts Nancv Lane Ki)i;ers Lark Schulze Susan Scott Tisli Skinner Betty Slanly Allie Stemmons Marv Stdllenwcrck Chris Strous Marta Sweet Susan Terjen Dearins Ward Vv I ' riscilla Lan{!;le l .,ku Oliaia I ' riscilla Langli-y comes to Sweet Briar from St. Andrews ' University in Scotland, and Kyoko Oluua from Iiileinatioiial Christian University in Tokvo. Sarah hiteiier Leonora ikswo Polly Wirtznian Lisa Wood Nancy Wood Barbara Yoconi Sallie Yon Susan Alexander Julia Arnold Jessica Bemis Ann Clute Cathy Detmar Cxnlhia l)iiiHian Frances (iraham Mary Hanimel Kathy Heiss Sarah Hitch Ella Hughes JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Julia Ann Hunt Nancy McDowell Meg MacKenzie Lea Osborne Penny Pamplin Jane Gra Seaton Maxine Tichenor Peggy Tilghman Olive Wilson Jane ardlev 91 t » ' , . " ■ • Juniors Abroad SWEET BRIAR JUNIOR YEAR IN FRANCE Katlierinu Blackford Valerie Elliriek Sherry Fitzgerald Susan Fuld Cynthia Livingstone INIVERSITY OF SAINT ANDREWS, SCOTLAND Anne Leavell Keitt Matheson I!T11 IINIOR YEAR IN SPAIN Barbara Rockefeller Anne Smith Sue akeman SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SEMESTER IN ITALY Angela Casella SMITH JUNIOR YEAR IN GERMANY Barbara Sullivan NEW YORK UNIVERSITY JUNIOR YEAR IN SPAIN Rachel McHugh Nancy Lane Rogers TUFTS UNIVERSITY JUNIOR YEAR IN ITALY Bonnie King UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH SCOTLAND Sally Strain 4 - Linda Reierson •.♦-. ' . -,» ,: v ' j lliiUC l ll The ligliter iminients of our daw--: lluin ( lium- -iiiLiiiii; Horse Show, intercollegiate hockey games, skiing at I he Homestead. I Inn. " " Ill- lall y %-.% . — ■ — ' 93 SOPHOMORES We are no longer as con- scious of ourselves as indi- viduals set in a strange en- vironment; we have become a class, within which are the groups of friends with whom we identify ourselves. We have become innnersed in the pattern of our days, and we can see them as forming a unity within which we live. OFFICERS Lee Huston, Vice-President; Jackie Nicliolson, Treasurer; Susan Williams, President; Alice Fales, SecretaiT. r r vn vc a 55 952 94 ' %- ♦.♦ .♦ ' ' ♦ ' ■Jt JJ! ' -9 J . ' ' f VV- KlHsr How : (.iail Anilcrsuii. aiu Ami. ] ' n ' [i:r inolfl. I ' eggv Auraiul. Geialdine Bailey. Stuart Balilu in. SkcoM) Kow: Nancy Banfield. Ashton Barfield. Martha Benn. Barliara Boiling, Anne Boolli. Jane Bradley. TiiiKi) How: Diane Brady. Susan Bronson, Barbara Burns. V r vv- y ■tK ' Laurie deBu s. Giiitu ileBuNs. Christie Caldi-r. FoLRTH Row: Frances Caldwell. Betty Page Carlton. Sheila Carroll, .Anne Clark, Cornelia Clarke, Kay Coffey. Fifth Row: Florence Cook, Marianne Couch. Fran Cul- bertson. Lee Daughtridge. Anne Dav. Susan Deasv. Class of 1964 95 Soph omores First Row: Stephanie DeCainp, V. M. Del Greco. Laura Denman. Barbara Doty, Dootsie Duer, Marilyn Dunlap. Secoind Row: Helen Dunn, Barbara Durst, Susan Dwelle. Carol Eckman. Josephine England. Judy Evans. Third Row: Evelyn Evans, Anne Evans, Alice Fales, Mar FitzHugh. Margery Fleigh, Reyn Florance. Fourth Row: Grace Mary Garry, Ainiee Gibson, Nancy Gillies, Susan Glasgow, Sally Gump. Ginny Hamilton. Fifth Row: Fran Hanahan. Ann Harwood. Diane Hatch. Hedi Haug. Pam Hellmuth, Susan Henry. 96 ii- .r J 1 Vv ■ ' v I ' lU-r n : A|iiill. ' llilc. S;ill llitl. Ihiniit H(iu lciii. Katin Hsu. Claire Huglies. Jnuii lliillf . Second Row: Lee HusUju. I ' eggy Inghain. Susan Jalin. Allison Jennings, Cenie Johnson, Mollv Johnson. Third Row: Kathy Johnston. Dana Kellain. Caroline Kel- ler. Lib Ko|)per. Marv Lansdale, Pain Larson. A» V v Fourth Row: Kdie Lasher. Vera LeCraw. Linda Lee. Anne Litle. Barbara Little. Linda Long. FlKTH Row: Faith Lou. . ancy Lynah. Tappy Lynn. Melody .McCorniick. Marv McGraw. Betty McGuire. Class of 1964 97 - -♦ -) Pv . ¥ First Row: Alice MacRolh. Fran Mallory. Mary Marsh. Kate Roy Massie, Elizabeth Matheson, Tuck Mattern. Second Row: Pemmie Mercur, Marsha Metcalf. Scottie Newell, Jackie Nicholson. Dottie Norris. Lynda Overlv. Third Row: Tina Patterson. Donna Jo Pearson. Mary Peeples. Carolyn Peyton. Betsy Pidgeon, Tina Piatt. Fourth Row: Waties Pope. Julia Porter. Puss Prichard. Anne Pruitt. Rachel Read. Missy Reeder. Fifth Row: L nne Riley. Ann Ritchie. Gale Rogers, Gail Rothrock, Rosamond Sample. Leasie Scott. Soph omores 98 ' ' ' V! i ' . -j( ' j .» ' r HTWi . W piw K i llP Class of 1964 FlKST |{(i : Susan Sliitrliiif:. iin Sims, (iail Sims. Nina Slt ' dfic l, mii ' Smitli. kil Srinu. SkcuM) Itow : Aniif Slanlcx. kallilrt-ii StcMnscm. Daginar Stoll. Margaret Street. Sarah Sirotlier. Camliiie Tate. Tmiii) I ' xiw : " iii(l riiMma . Susan riicirndikc. Margaret I Imuron. Carri)ll Tiernan. Patricia Tndil. IVnin I liev. FoiiKTH Row: Sharon Van Cleve. Emily Ward. Mary Jane Westfall. Pat Wheelan. Susan Wienefeid. Wendy Wilkins. Fii-Tii How : Susan Williams, Penny Writer. Lyn Youngs. X 99 SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Adrieniie Ash Nancy Aver Brenda Bareika Mary Deas Boykin Jill Cody Kate Carberry Lorie MacCleod Bonnie Mount Tria Pell Juann Soderquist Sally Slate Stevie Stokes Atliiflir Ass(uiation Cah •. .»- ' - . ' ? Orientation: a hayride tour of campus, freshman registering on the first da u- Alls Center: working in tlie Art Studio, maneuvering the stage lights in liie Aiidiliii iuin. FRESHMAN We are now accustomed to the new rhythm of our lives: we know where to go, and when; the faces we see every day are no longer an anony- mous mass, Inil individuals. in I ICKKS Nivin Synder, Vice-President; Elvira McMillan. Treasurer; Katie Wood, President; Sally Norris, Secretary. cTVC Ii i Vi C ' 952 ;.• ..►• .» . " A» i« " •• .. ' •. .f lf ' J ' Jf . ' » ' Freshmen Susan ki ' i ' ;lit Mish All)an -se Sandra Allen Merrily Austin Marielyce Barclay Nicky Batterson Penny Beach Julie Elaine Bearden Sally Elliott Beer Betsy Belli lit Susan Blackburn Kim Boettcher Betty Bnswell Blair Both Shenv Bradford Julia Bradshaw Virginia Brent Anne Butler Carol Ann Carlisle Lee Carr Bessie Elizabeth Cauwenberg Bonnie Chapman Sallv Chellas Dr den Child- Mary Chilton Cheryl Clayton Joan Clinchy Judy Coker Carol Cole Nancy Collier Alice Collins Jean Craver Liz Currey Margaret Collier Cuthbert Marion Davidson Marian Elizabeth Dehmel Genie Dickev Susie Digney Alice Virginia Dodd Harriotte Dodson i-v-i 103 Freshmen Patricia Donald Susan Donovan Trudy Dowd Carole Dudley Marv Duncan Julie Dyer Stephanie Eggleston Anne English Smiley Fancher Susan Fedeler Margaret Field Jean Flanagan Alison Flynn Nancy Fowler Babette Fraser Mel Freese Jo Galleher Sue Gibaud Nell Gilmore Pat Goldman Elizabelh Grant Jane Green Pryor Hale Jane Hamill Elizabeth Hanger Grayson Harris Phebe Harris Alice Harrison Jane Hart Rebecca Hart Laura Haskell Alice Haywood Elizabeth Hetherington Margy Highlands Susan Hobbs Lanie Horton Judith Howe Sonja Howell Bonnie Hulse Margaiet Hutchison 104 ..♦•J ' fl " - N. v V- v . «e?f Jean Inge Whitney Jester Payson Jeter Peggy Johnson Joanna Jones Peggy Jones Chris Kilculien Caroline Kincaid Katherine Knopf Mary Kay Lee Natalie Lemmon Marilyn Lemon Meredith Leslie Carroll Leys Cora Loaran Karen Ludwig Ann Lutz Saralyn McAfee Sarah McCrady Alice McEldowney Olivia McGregor Jean Mcintosh Carrie MacMilian Elvira McMillan Elizabeth MacRae Courtney Manard Pat Markle Augusta Marshall Abby Mason Lourine Massie Jane Merkle Joan Messenger Marianne Micros Alice Mighell Nancy Moog Jane Moore Dasha Morgan Lynn Morgan Nancy Moss Brenda Muhlinghaus Class of 1965 105 Freshmen Sally Mullins Melinda Musgrove Neil! Myers Douglas Noell Lillian Norburn Patricia Norden Sally Norris Karen Olson Helena Papis Curtis Parker Brookie Patterson Mary K. Pederson Alice Perry Emilv Pleasants Helen Plowden Molly Poole Sarah Porter Grace Powars Astrid Previtali Sarah Price Margie Rand Sarah Rasco Katie Regan Carol Reifsnyder Snowden Reiners Dana Reinschmidt Aline Rex Frances Rhoads Kay Richards Caroline Richardson Foy Roberson Grayson Rowlett Traylor Rucker Linda Schwaab Scribie Schribner Mibs Sebring Beverly Sharp Jean Shaw Leslie Smith Nivin Snyder 106 Jt-Jf ' Jf ' ' - Peggv Soriero Abby Starke Lane Steele Susan Strong Kilccn SUoud MulU Sutherland Toni Thomas Mona Thornhill Kyra Timkovsky Lurliiip Tolbert Bea Totten Connie Triplette Mary Ursillo Johanne Vinson Mimi Vogt Barney Walker Harriet Wall Dana Wasson Kathleen Watson Katie Weinrich Janet West Dabney Williams Susan Wise Katie Wood Mary Wright Barbara Youmans Juliet Young Holly Zweigler Class of 196 J FRESHMEN NOT PICTIRKD Ruth Alrorn Marnee Hellier Betsy Knode Vicki Pernell Linda Baumgardner Wayne Hollomon Anne MacClintock Susie Stephenson Nancy Cant Elizabeth Hunt Nancy MacMeekin Vicky Thoma Ellen Crockett Polly Jose Moxie Moxhain Kathy Wright Evelyn Graham 107 •J - ;,t.»» ' - - « v» ' OOK 4 Lotus, versatility and fruitfulness. 109 t t t t t » Student Executive Board Tlie Executive Board, composed of representatives elected bv the Student Body, liolds the right and obligation to carry out the powers granted to the Student Government Association, and to represent the students to the Faculty and Ad- ministration. More specifically. " Exec " sponsors educational projects such as lectures and debates, channels questions about academic matters to the proper authorities, administers the Constitution and By-Laws, and reviews the rules and regulations annua ' .lv. ANN RITCHEY President First Row: Mandy McCurmick, Mary Jane Schroder, Ray Henley. Tempe Parker. Pegi;y Tilghman, Treasurer ; Anne Parker. Vice- President; Ann Ritchey, President; Gini Joachim, Secretary; Mar- gery Fleigli, Judy llailHcll. Su a]i (ila giiw, Lee Kucewicz. Fontaine Hutter. Standii g: Susan William , Olive Wilson, Mary Fitzhugh, Ann Funkhouser, Bearing Ward, Betsy Parker. . .♦ •-♦■-.•• v ' «? -» Government Judicial Board Till- Jiicliclal I oaril. lii(li (■nn isls of i( ' ])rcs(Mitati cs frum all classes, strives to interpret and strengthen the Honor System. The Honor Code assumes that each student will not onK maintain a high standard of honor, but will also feel a sense of responsihilits to the coinmunils. Believing that a s stem hased on honor and individual res|)onsil)ility is the best means for college living, the Judicial Board seeks to enforce the regulations. ADKLt VUG EL Chairman FiiisT Kort: Lvu I ' riiitilt;. Virginia Utl Greco. Cliloc Fort, ' iic Chairman; Judy Gulches, Ann Carter, Nina Harrison. Second Row: Adele Viigel. Chairman ; .Vshlnn liarlieid. .Sur Juno, Secretary ; Sally Gump. . ' -♦ " • f. ♦ ♦ jP 7 Beta Kappa Election to Phi Beta Kap]ja is the highest academic honor awarded to students at Sweet Briar. Among the c|ualities honored h Phi Beta Kappa are " intellectual honesty and tolerance, range of intellectual interests, and understanding, not merely knowledge. " The Sweet Briar Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Theta of Virginia, was established in 1950. Sweet Briar celebrated the induction of new members into Phi Beta Kappa on March 2. 1962 with a special dinner and a lecture by Dr. Mar- garet Mead. Left to Right: Ann Percy, Susie Rusmisel, Douglas Dockery, Adele Vogel, Tish Sanders, Macon Winfree, Gini Joachim, Rinda King, Totsie Turner. Not Pktikeu: lirttye Thomas, Betsey Pearson, Mary Sturgeon. Junior Honors For two years of outstanding scholastic achievement, the faculty recognizes several juniors at Opening Convocation. Laurimla King, C.im Jnachini, Sally Yon. Lark Siliulze, Barbie Yocum. " 3 • ' - ■ • ♦ Honor for achievement serves best as a stimulus to further gain. At a special convocation, the faculty recognized the freshmen with the best academic records for the first semester. Established in memory of Mr. N. C. Manson, Jr.. the Manson Memorial Alumnae Scholarship recognizes an upperclassman for scholarship, and a contribution to student life. Although awarded on merit, it may confer financial help if needed. Bearing the name of the second president of Sweet Briar, the Emily Watts McVea Scholars are the highest ranking members in scholarship of each of the three upper classes. The Honors Plan of Study allows for more individual study and greater concentration in a chosen field during the junior and senior years. Thus, with frightening independence these few confront the abyss of their ignorance. Freshman Honors Left to Right: Joan Messenger, Maii:y Hi iilaiul . ii an Aikri hl. Carol Ann Reifsnyder. Kaly Weimirli. Genie Dickey. Molly .Siillier- land. Not PitTCREo: Nivin Snyder. 114 - • 4 ' - ♦ -• V Adele Vogt MANSON MEMORIAL ALUMNAE SCHOLARSHIP Joachim, Rusinisel, Lynn (Seated) EMILY WATTS McVEA SCHOLARS Academic Honors Julia Porter, Kiillierine Haskell, Susie Rusmisel, Betsey Parker. Mc.Nair Currie, Rinda King. HONORS PLAN OF STUDY " 5 •♦ ♦. ' ♦:• ' .■♦•. ' ♦: ♦. . ' ♦.■V - ' - Tau Phi First Row: Irene Pschorr, Judy Hartwell, Mary Sturr, Reyhan Tansal ; Secretary, Adele Shinberger. Gini Joachim. Second Row: Tish Skinner, Betsy Parker. Julia Ann Hunt. Third Row: Susie Rusmisel, President; Ann Parker. Nut Pictured: . de!e Vogel. Juliette Anthimy, Kay Dienst. Nina Harrison, Susan .McCoy. Penny Powell. Bearing Ward. Si ' ciNSiiii: Mr. Loren Oliver. " Dedicated to the spontaneous overflow of existentalism, the reaffirmation of the ' Ontological I ' and the preservation of the phoenix. " Tau Phi is a group of upper- classmen honored for intellectual enthusi- asm. These Sunday-night Socratics ferret out esoteric talent around campus for presentation at monthly programs. Most assiduously cherished among their duties is that of attending their banquets, schol- arly revivals of ' Neronian " orgies. Heteromixis Kai Anarchia anti Adelphotetos Kai Metriarchias Shrouded in mystery, but never in dig- nity, come the ghostly 13. singing their own praises with " Glory, Glory. Tm a Chung Mung. " Founded in 1923 and for- mallv dedicated to the service of the col- lege, the Chung Mungs conduct a friendly rivalry with their fellow upperclassmen. the pretentious intellectuals of Tau Phi. When not " oo-oo-ing " new Tau Phi ' s or opposing the enemy in a May Day softball game, the Chung Mungs sell boxwoods and pastries to raise funds for the college. Chung Mung FlR,ST Row: Calhv Detmar, Sally Scherer. President, Penny Powell; Fran Oliver. Leslie Heye. Second Rcnv: Louise Uiirliani, Julie Shields, Effie Castelli. Renee Regan. Not Pictured: Dulcie Heintz, Allison .Moore, McNair Currie, Punch Harris. Sponsor: Mrs. L. G. Nelson. ii6 ♦ ♦»♦•♦. First Row: V. M. Del Greco, Caroline Tate, Margaret Street, Sally Gump. Second Row: Alice Fales, Leasie Scott, Susan Glasgow. Ann Little, Kitty Griffitli. Tmrin Rf)w: J..s,.|)l.ini- F.n-land. Su- ari Williams, L,v Iluslon. Q V. Enthusiasm is the symptom which be- trays this secret group of sophomores, dedicated as they are to combatting soph- moritis, or the second-year slump. By re- maining anonymous until Spring step-sing- ing, they are able to work their wonders unbeknownst to their brethren. Traditional plague of the Bums, the Q.V. ' s rally ' round their banner, the oldest on campus, and sound their cry — " Here ' s to the Class of ' 64. " (Jli f W il nii. I ' at Calkins; President, Ann 1 ' unkliouser, .Mandy McCurmick, Penny Pamplin. Secretary, Joan Newhall; Treasurer, Sue Jones; Chris Strous, Nancy Wood. Not Pictired: Judy Gutches. Sponsor: Miss Lee. " Hallelujah. I ' m a bum, " is the cry of the Notorious Ten. These juniors fill their days with such worthy activities as taking care of coke machines, parleying with the Q.V. ' s in Mrs. Pannell ' s boxwoods, clean- ing up the Date House, frolicking with Eloise. and sponsoring St. Paul ' s Mission. This year, with stocking cajjs flying, they put their wits together and produced " Snowed-Inn " for pre-Christmas cheer. Bum Chums " 7 t t » • -■ ■ • ♦ - . ♦ Seated: Chris Strous; Secretary, Marcia Armstrong; President, Cynthia Hubard ; Treasurer, Alice Warner; Andrea Denson. Adele Shinbcrger. Standing: Addie Kamke, Jane Roulston. Susie Scott, Gini Joachim, Wimi Molander. Barney Wycoff, Lynne Rynders, Tish Skinner, Linda Emery, Mr. Dace. Not Pictured: Comer. Hartwell. Kelley. Meredith. Seated: Ncrissa vnm liaur, Kay Dien-t. Xamy er. Mary Sturr. Barliie Rnss. Standing: Uulcie Heintz, Katie Crommelin, Margaret Thouron, Kitty Griffith, Marta Sweet, Chloe Fort. Susan Terjen, .Missy Lohr, Jane Yardley, Mary Sturgeon, Ginger Borah. Cathy Detmar. Enthroned: Beltye Thomas, the Illustrious One. Sponsor: Dr. Lawrence G. Nelson. Not Pictured: Julie Arnold, Ann Carter Lee, Fran Oliver, Rosalie Smithy. Paint and Patches As their first production in Babcock Auditorium, this drama club presented The October Fes- tival, written by Mr. Wallace Dace, the club ' s advisor. Just be- fore Christmas. P P worked in conjunction with the Choir and the Davidson College Chorus to produce For The Time Being bv W. H. Auden, given a musical setting by Mr. Carl Bricken of our faculty. This spring they pre- sented Picnic by William Inge: also they gave Present Imperfect, written by P P member Tish Skinner, at the Richmond Drama Festival. The club " s purpose is to stimulate a community interest in drama, and its members are chosen from those who have par- ticipated in the college ' s produc- The Ainis and Asses display humor and wit in their original parodies of the unoriginal plays produced by their more serious counterpart. Paints and Patches. Among their other accomplish- ments, the Asses list with pride their Fleshman Flashin Show, the Dismay Court, and their edition of the Sweat Brow Blues. It is also the y sses ' beholden duty to prevent hoi poUoi from trampling the grass. Whistles, tribunals, fines, and Doberman Pinschers aid them in this fight against crime. All in all, they are good fun and therefore should be gen- erally ignored. Aints and Asses ii8 ..♦■. -♦«♦ ' -,•. Choi Tlie clidir. liiidc 1 llir (liiccticiM of G. iNcililc (iil|iiM. |irii iilfs iiiii- sic fur the Suiula inoriiiiig iliunli services tlirougliout the year. In adililimi In llic aniiiial si ' r ill ' nf ( ' 111 i lriia- iiiusic. thf cluiir jdiiu ' d ulli llif Daxidsciri Cdlli ' -if (!li(iiiis in ihe premiere (il Carl Briiken ' s (iliiistmas Oratorio, a settin ; of . H. Auden ' s " For Ihe Time Hei iig. " In tlie spring the Hamilton College Glee Cluh eame to Sweet Briar for a joint concert. The Sweet Tones are an in- formal singing group composed of ten girls Irom the three up|)er classes. Led l) Julia Ann Hunt. the sing their original arrange- ments of popular songs at various events at the college and in the communilN . Sweet Tones FiKST Kow: Keiners. .Sharp, Huniill, .nihii, lli-iny, .MacKenzie. Schroder, Hunt, Kamke. Second Row: Cilmore, Fanchtr. Pulis, Kuitwicz, Cook, Green, Duncan, President, Parker, Regan, Clark, Newhcrry, HouKhlon, Slurr. Lamond. Tniiio Row: Hauj:. l-on;;, Klose, Langley, Snuw, Bowers, Alspaugli, Dickey, -Manard, .McCrady, McCrcjior, Steele, Daushlridye. Ff)UHTH Row: Alexander, Riiherts. lioetlcher, Dean, Shierling, .Mcintosh, Sanders, Borah, Powell, Reeder, Christie, Coffey, Scott, Diickery, Price. Fn-Tii Row: Horton, McEldowney, Leslie, Slemmons, Powars, Turner, I ' arkcr, Pamplin. d09(lfTiHt|yU_Ij»|! Q» ' ?J niie l|ciUL:liliin. Leslie ITeye. .Mary Lansdale. Leasie Scott, Tempe Parker, Julia .■Vnn Hunt. President; lin-nda Bareika, Nancy Duncan, . nne Parker. Not Pictuiieu: Caroline Tate. " 9 . ' - ' • ■♦■ • ; Campus Chest In an annual campaign, this organiza- tion strives for one hundred percent par- ticipation in a joint student-faculty effort. By sponsoring one energetic drive for con- tributions to foreign student scholarships to Sweet Briar as ivell as several chari- ties, Campus Chest feels that Sweet Briar can most effectively utilize its giving power. The Curriculum Committee meets fre- quentlv throughout the vear to evaluate student opinion on such matters as the value of existing courses, possible addi- tions and deletions in the curriculum, and the effectiveness of methods of instruction at Sweet Briar. The committee is composed of student representatives of the four ma- jor fields of study: language and litera- ture, natural and mathematical sciences, social studies, and the arts, with an addi- tional representative from the Honors plan of study, and representatives from the Sophomore and Freshman Classes. Louise Durham, Mary Lou Morton, Julia Fort; President, Sissy Dean, Jessica Bemis. Not Pictcred: .Ash, Benson, Bradley, Borah, F. Caldwell, K. Caldwell, Carroll, Gate, Dixon. Doherty, Dwelle, Evans, . L Johnson. Johnston, Kelley, Kendig, Reese, Snow, Stanley Stokes Strother Thomas Ward Yocum Curriculum Committee First Row: Saralyn .McAfee. Ginny Corwm. Katiienne Ha ke Pearson, Helen Dunn, Douglas Dockery, Juliette Anthony. - " . ■ : »•■ . ' ' ' First Row: Scottie Newell, Priscilla Langley, Louise Durham, Mary Sturr, Pemmie Mercur. Sf.conu Row: Nell Gilinore, Kenee Regan, Jane Bradley; Secretary-Treasurer. Sarali SlrolluT; ElizaliL-lli Farmer. Presidint. mfi Student Dey lopmeiit Committee TliL- way to a girl ' s pockethook is through her stomach: this the Committee demonstrates with its sales of apples, cocoa, cookies, and steak dinners. Selling blazers and china-selecling also help to fill their coffers, which the Committee has voted to contribute to the Science Build- ing Fund. For summer jobs, post-graduate voca- tions, and graduate school opportunities, this committee serves as a reservoir of in- formation to interested students. Several representatives from each class work with facultv members to acquaint students. thrciugb panels, lectures, conferences, and literature, with possibilities for pursuing their interests beyond this academic sphere. l-,i;,i i,,,u: vi,,i ii.iiiTi.iiL i.ui- . -in,. ininn.. i.iin ' Koulston. Linda Emery, Lea Osborne. Srcond Row: Marcia Armstrong, Lynne Kyndrrs, Kitty Griffith. TniRO Row: Lucy Otis, Mary Lou .Morton, .Mr. Hummel, Katherine Haskell, Mr. .Markle, Dean Suter. Vocational Guidance Committee , . ' r V • ■. ' ».4j -i.ii-i. First Row: Johnston, Wienefeld, Funkhouser; Chairman. Hanahan. Dunlap, Hitch. Second Row: Pearson, Pidgeon, Jennings. Durham. England. Harwood. Lynah, Calder, Huston, Hughes, Youngs, Thomas, Street, Lynn. Third Row: Rothrock, Snow, Gardner, Stoll, Hatch, Evans, Litle, Van Arsdale, Garry, Soderquist, Cook, Green, Deasy, Metcalf, Pope, Sims, Johnson, Piatt, Bradley. Standing: Arnold, Sirother, Dunn, Nicholson, Mallory, Shierling, Larson, Todd, Massie, Florance, Benn, Tate. Hellniuth. Read. Orientation Committee Members of this coiiiinittee are selected, on the basis of their ap- plications, to help new students familiarize themselves with the academic and social procedures at Sweet Briar. This job was done in several days of orientation be- fore school opened, in addition to which the committee held group discussion of novels frequently during the year and initiated a weekly dinner-table discussion of current events for freshmen. A mixer in the fall was held to in- troduce the freshmen to bovs from schools in this area. First Row: Ginger Gates, Lea Osborne, .Mary K. Lee. Ginger Borah, . nn Litle, Claire Hughes. Patsy Co. , Alice Allen. Second Row: Lyn Gabel, Barby Ross, Fontaine Hutter; Chairman, Chris Slrous, Linda Emery, Rosalie Smithy, Tappy Lynn. Several members from each class are selected to this commit- tee, which plans several functions during the year as a relief from academic work. Fall Dance Week- end is a major project: class par- ties, open house in the dorms, a formal dance, and a concert by Josh White were on this year ' s program. A student-facultv tea and free movies throughout the ear vere sponsored by the com- mittee. Social Committee Y. W. C A. Till- " " V " siK)nsois a variety of projects for community service and religious activities. These in- clude a four-college (liscussimi group, vesper services on Suiulav nights, a children ' s Christmas party. tri| s to the CIkiIIkuh Old Folks Home, and joint projects with the Phyllis Wheatlev YWCA. Guest speaker at tiie Annual Ke- ligious Conference held in Feb- ruarv this year was Dr. John Knox of In ion Theological Semi- nary. N.S.A. at Sweet Briar functions as a sounding board for student opinion, liberal and conservative alike, on topics of current inter- est. The consensus of opinion on such issues as election candidates. nuclear testing, the House Com- mittee on unAmerican Activities, and academic freedom is relayed to the iialiiiiial olfice of N.S.A. Thus, the individual student ha? a voice in the nationally organ- ized formulation of students ' ideas and opinions. FiHST Row: Joanie Nt-wliall, Aimee Gibson. Lee Kucewicz; President, Helen Dunn, Josephine Kntiland, Fran Early, l.i-a WhimI. Skcom) Row: Mary Crrfn. NVri -a ' m Baur, Barliifi Yocum, I ' olly Wirlziiian. N. S. A. Karen Gill, Treasurer; Bearing Ward. Coordinator ; Irnielin Ivlose. Secrelarv 1Z3 ■ ' - • Wbr J Affairs Club By sponsoring debates, discussions, and lectures, the World Affairs Club seeks to stimulate student thinking on current events. As a participant in the Collegiate Council on the United Nations, the Club sends several members as ambassadors to mock U. N. conventions held at different colleges. In the spring the Club assists in a national drive for academic aid to underdeveloped countries under the aegis of the World L niversity Service. First Row: Hubard, President; Dunn, MacLeod, Newbury, Flanagan, Hannah, Strother, Emery. Second Row: Whitener, Haug, Larson, Parker, Gillies, Ward, Tansel ; Scott, Vice-President. Third Row: Caldwell, Carr, Reeder, Doherty, Ward, Garry, Hsu, Roberts. Fourth Row: McCormick, Jahn, Gardner, Pidgeon, Mason, Cook, Denson, Porter, Kucewicz, MacRoth, MacMeekin. McGuire. Thoma. Fifth Row: Matheson, Vice-Presi- dent; Booth, Mercur, Thorndike, Deasy. Utley. Overly. Joachim. Not Pictured: Beale, Fraser, Strong. Lille; Treasurer, Hetherington. Arnold. Lansdale, Dunn, McDowell, Jose. Westfall. urn-. l,-,enj. i. HiiJIn. an r-,lal.-. . I ' ark.-r. Fleigh, Rogers, Gantt. Organized at Sweet Briar in the fall of 1959, the Hispanic Society invites the participation of all faculty members and students who are interested in learning more about the cultural, educational, po- litical, and social aspects of the Spanish- speaking world. Hispanic Society Officers, Firsi Kt : Maita Sued, Trca uitr; Cclia Mcndoza, i ' lcjidciu. Slcnu Ku : Susan Scott, Secretary ; Ginger Borah, Public Relations. ia4 ' V 4 " First Row: Celia Mendoza, Juliette Anlliony, Mij; Carrily. Second Row: Sue Henry. Tisli Skinner, Jocelyn Palmer, Kim I ' atmore, Ashley Schulcr, Peggy Aurand, Judith Whilacre. Su ' san McCov. Tiiiun Knvv: Addie Kamke, Susan Rusmisel; Editor, Andrea D.-n-on. The Brambkr l he linimhh ' r offers itself as a vehicle for the publication of poetry, prose and art work, contributed by both faculty and students. Thus, this quarterly is dedicated to the search for latent student genius. Together, these two jjublications serve as a guide to ail facets of life at Sweet Briar. Presenting our Coiistiliiticin. Honor Code, rules and regulations, and general information in compact form, the Hand- book forms an indispensable part of every student ' s librarv. Written especially for new and prospective students, the Key also depicts the lighter side of college life. .Vnn Percy, Editor; Leonora Viikiwo, Bu?iiie.- HcJiulhook and Key " 5 ,ii 1 H J? K r B H Bj fl ii 1 H 9 A . 1 ' m Rinda King, Sallie Yon THE STAFF LAURINDA KING Editor SALLIE YON Business Manager LUCY OTIS Advertising Manager ANN PERCY Art Editor McNAIR CURRIE Literary Editor NERISSA VOM BAUR Literary Consultant CYNTHIA DUNNAN ( ex-officio i Literary Consultant TEMPE PARKER Senior Write-Ups Editor MANDY McCORMICK Sports Editor NANCY ROBERTS Photography Editor META BOND Engravings Editor LY ' N CLARKE Engravings Assistant ANN FLINKHOUSER Copy Editor BETTY NOLAND Design and Typing Editor LUCY BOYD LEMON Circulation Manager CATHY DET.MAR Most Exalted Flunkey Cathy Detmar, McNair Currie, Tempe Parker. Nerissa Vom Baur, Lucy Otis, Nancy Roberts, Lucy Boyd Lemon. Betty Noland. Ann Cynthia Dunnan, Mandy McCormick, jMeta Bond. Percy, Ann Funkhouser. ■ ' FiiiST How: Kay UicnsI, lii-iic Psilimr. Carol ' Vinilidys, Anne PaikiM-. Kran Early. Second Row: I.ca 0 lHirrie. Mary Sti-kelec an(■y Hndlir, Maiuly McCorinick, Jocelyn Palmer, Tisli Sanders, Susan Alexander. Third Row: Sabra Brock, Ginny DeBuys. The Sweet Briar News Each issue of the SB( r, S. a wrckK piililicaliun. iruolxes hing treks to the |)riiilfrs. prrci ' diMl h riiaru hours of xiiliiig and t j)ing of articles, c(jp), reading, and pulling the durninv " lo hed. " i ' lie re- sult is a half-dozen pages of campus news spicfd uilli litters to the editor and enntroMTsial eolunins. Nancy Hndler, Editor; Mary .Stekeloe, Hiisiiicss Manaiifi X-LJ , r ♦ r rf t t • ' • ' ♦ » V .■♦.•»,• -■ ' .■♦•• A strategic hreak-down. ' k •• ' »»y " tT •• i • Practical Coiisliuction 101. A cla s rill " ii forexpr. riiat ■Miinniieam Special " gets them every time. Tm nut a Q.V.. iiut may I sing too? 119 , - ' » • ♦.■ } f • . ' ■ ' • ' ' ' " ■ ' ' Sweet Briar College sings with Davidson. Next year, a sul)way. ' Why should life all labor be? Tennyson Cheese. .» ' Jf jf -x j» ;- ■«? - H, W -- larulU rliil.l,, The Art Lilirary. Th e itioilern (•onvenience;; in lievv in De Faculty and jjcts enjoying the sunshine. «sSS55?S? ??? ? i t ' t ' t.,, t.. ;, - •. - ' - ' , .-■ . K ' t ♦ • -.♦.,♦•,• ' J . ' J OOK 5 Pointed Vajra. vigor and determination. , , » » Athletic Association All students are members of the Athletic Association. An Executive Board, composed of officers of the As- sociation and Heads of Sports, works to promote an active participation in sports. Outside competition is I)rovided bv other college teams in Hockey. Basketball. Tennis, and Lacrosse. Interdorm competition is spon- sored by the A. A. in Hockey. Basketball. Volleyball, and Tennis throughout the year, at the end of which the winning dorm team is announced. Awards are given to those students who show a great interest and par- ticipation in the various sports. r j " FiitsT Ri)U Mdi Idiii Siluodir I ' re-ultnt Mt M.u Ki ii j( Nancy Dixon dn( lord, hce Earner ' Kowt Kuw I i- 1 Wood, Diane Hatch, Puss Pricliard, oally Hiii, usaii Alexander. 134 . ♦ • ► «. ♦■ . .■■ :Vi tAiKi); Diana Davis, Diane Brady, Carroll Tiernan, Tria Pell. Toddy Todd, Gray Baird. Standing: Iris Coggins, Mary Stol- lenwerck. Mary Brush. .•Vstkiok: .Nancy .McDowell, . landy . lc Coriiiick, Prue Gay. Riding .Sweet Briar can buast of having one of llie most outstanding riding departments in the South, with ex- cellent facilities and extensive trails in use the year round. The more advanced riders participate in an annual clinic with Cai)tain V. S. Littauer. while our Horse Show Team gathers honors at nearby shows, llimter trials are held in fall and spring, and foxhunt- ing is a ailahlc in winter, hut the highlight of the vear is the annual .Sweet Briar Horse Show, when riders of all levels compete for awards. 135 • J • J Dance Chosen iin the basis of talent and interest, the Uanee Club mem- bers practice several days a week under Mrs. Moehlenkamp ' s super- vision. The club took several trips to nearbv towns to ses ballets, and participated in the annual Virginia College Dance Festival. In the spring, thev presented a program to the student bodv. First Row: Aprille Hite, President; GeriT liailey. Susan W ienefeld. Lisa Wood, Chris .Strous, Cynthia Huhard, Susan Enns. Susie Scott. iNoT I ' lCTMiKii; liarhara Doty. Marsh Metcalf, Linda lee: Treas- urer. Tina Patterson; Secretary, Tish Skinner; Belh Brooks. 136 Hockey Dorm liockc) {jaiiirs arouse fierce compelilii)n on campus in the fall: even upperclassmcn are lured (jul to enter the fray. Sweet Briar ' s varsity (eani was defeated only twice in their extramural games, and six of the team were drafted to play for Blue Ridge in the Southeast Tournament held here at the end of the season. ■. I ' .l-v (:.. . I. II,. I., I .,1, . I ' ll-- I ' liili.inl. r,i,.|v |. . I.M, 1..,._.1M. Kiir.ii -ir. L.i lJ,uit;lilri(J{ie, Meg Ma. Klii .h; ; La|.laui. . jiu W uod. ili.i Kl-j.I, - lai Jaiic l v : Margaret Thourun, Ra- il.. .i.. . .i... . Dixon. ' 37 t 9 ♦;••■,•:.• V .- ♦; ' .. ' .N Basketball First Row: Lord. Hatrh. Parker. .Snuw. Currie. .Skcond R(j v: Reifsiiyili- . lexan(l. ' r. ■riiiiiii Knu : W ril.-r. l.r -. " l min . (;ay, Stoll. Hangar. The enthusiasm witli which basketball teammates regard this sport infects prac- tice sessions, as well as games played with other women ' s colleges in the area. A pre- dominantly winning team, the Sweet Briar girls play the game fast and well. In the spring season the Lacrosse team plays an active schedule of games with several nearby schools. In May. Sweet Briar participated in the Southern Holiday Lacrosse Tournament. Throughout the season several visiting colleges came to Sweet Briar. Lacrosse First Row: Dautridge, Lord, Clark, Schroeder, Coffey. Second Row: ' W ' riier, Hatch, Snow, Strother. Deane, Hangar, Frazer. 138 FlIiM Knu: W I. IJmiIi OliuT. lOlherV sioatl. Kiicker, Ale: rur. _ lnr;;an. NnT I ' lCTiiiKI) : Tliiiui( (liT. SkcdM) Riiw: I ' arkrr. Tennis The tennis team is rornposed this year of girls frnin all parts of the country, most of them having played tournament tennis. In the fail, a singles and doubles tournament i- held for anyone on campus: in the spring the team plays other schools and colleges in this area. Two main events every year are the matches held with Hol- lins at the Homestead, and with the ladies of Farmington Country Club in Charlottes- e. head of Cabin, Under student-organized supervision, the lake is used for swimming and boating, and for parties. The Athletic Association cabin, located about a mile up into the mountains, is a favorite picnic spot for hikers. The head of Games organizes inter- dormitory competitions in such sports as volleyball and baseball. Lake, Cabin and Games ' 39 ' - ' V ' »% ' i.t ' ' K K . ' - bOK 6 -■ V -1 .- .- , - . ' .- ' -Mii h •«t«--i. « :- i«. ♦S. ' W.Eli UBiSSiaVi? Alay Queen Vliss jf-ontaine Jltttter 1 1. Honor Court FERNANDA CASTtl.l I ( rour. Ilrarrr LESLIE HEVE Sreptre Bearer ' 43 .1 %■-♦%% t ' . it » •- " Nerissa voin Baur. Julia Ann Hunt, Belly Nulaiid. Belsy Flanders, Alice Allen. Mary Chilton, Patsy Cox, Mary Louise Kelley. Sarah Hitch, Jocelyn Palmer. Ann Ritchev. Jean Inge, Ginger Borah. Susan Tliorndike. Ann Carter. Alay Court 144 1962 Ginger Gates. Gynthia Huliard. Randy Kendig. Mimi Molander, Ann Allen. Lydia Taylor, . dele Vogel, Gary Lamnnd. Mary Slurr, Ghris Strous. Mimi Gouch, .Susan Bronson. Donna Jo I ' earson, Tappy Lvnn, Lvnn Youngs. t « 4 $ t - ' .t- J . - . bOK 7 tic y Sword, arm against evil, the victory of knowledge over error. 147 ■ ♦. •- v ♦ Williams Gymnasium Just now we have closed our books and put academic labors into the background. With pride we see ourselves as victors, well deserving of praise. This is our one moment to maintain a precarious balance, while we remember the past and imagine the future with a strange feeling of sorrow and excitement. 148 .•- .• J Ak ■ _ ' ■Living is ()iil a part . . . uluit of? Living i: (inl a tunc . . . uiiat in ' . ' ' Living has sense oni joined with nian circles of far-increasing space. " Rainier Mari [{ii.ki: ■iiinr-; iMilff .iiiilitt ' tiiiin for L ' rafhiation. 149 lop — Parents arrive for graduation. Bottom — A last visit to the Monument. SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT Program 1962 Saturdav. June 2 2.00 P.M. Senior Show. " The Boy Friend " 4:00 P.M. The President ' s Garden Party Sunday. June .3 11:00 P.M. Baccalaureate Service Dr. Mary Ely Lyman, Dean of Sweet Briar College. 1940-1950 Jessup Pro- fessor of English Bible, Union The- ological Seminary. New York. 1950- 1955. 7:00 P.M. Supper for Seniors and Parents Monday. June 4 10:00 P.M. Commencement Exercises Address: Dr. Colgate W. Darden. Jr.. former president of the L niversity of Virginia. Conferring of Degrees Cameras capture the historic moment. M IcM -rnii)is and paifiits in Mrs. Paniicl garden. M.i,--,nging The hooding ceremony. diploma at la?t. Dr. Shannon, speaker at lS)61 firadualinn. and faculty. l-iAkw ' C ' , ' ,•♦. ■♦ ' .. .Vf ' Vfv -jr:. . OOK 8 tx t eyyts v»t (yjt v» c V f i 5 V 1 Jewel, prosperity Stmleiit Directory Akright, Susan Darling 2412 Circle Ur., Bartlesville, Okla. Albanese, Michael Frances Elmira Rd., Newfield, N. Y. Alcorn, Ruth Winifred Overlook Rd., Woodbridge, New Haven 15, Conn. Aldrich, Jane Stratton ....1088 Park Ave., New York 28, N. Y. Alexander, Susan Reed .... 101 Abney Cir., Charleston 4, W. Va. Allen, Alice Elliot 2102 Chestnut St., Luniberton, N. C. Allen, Anne 1748 North Blvd., Houston, Tex. Allen, Sandra Whitford 5313 Blackistone Rd.. Washington 16, D. C. Alspaugh, Judith Kay 120 South Drexel, Columbus 9, O. Altgelt, Mary Elizabeth Meadowbrook Rd., Irvington, N. Y. Anderson, Gail Pannill 428 Maple Lane. Danville, Va. Anthony, Juliette McLean 65 Westwood Rd.. West Hartford 17, Conn. Armstrong. Marcia May 2410 Davis Ave., Alexandria, Va. Arni, Nancy Dee 1503 Graham Rd., Falls Church, Va. Arnold, Bettie Katherine 226 Dogwood Cir.. Gadsden, Ala. Arnold, Julia Munroe 2947 Hanson Dr.. Charlotte, N. C. Ash, Adrienne 130 Beverly PI., Dayton, 0. Aurand, Margaret Lucille 219 Orchard Dr., Fairfax, Va. Austin, Merrily 313 N. Main St., Greeneville, Tcnn. Ayer, Nancy Louise 563 W. Paces Ferry Rd. NW., Atlanta, Ga. B Bailey. Geraldine Rae ....Wendy Trail, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Baird, Eleanor Cray 1711 Cloncurry Rd., Norfolk, Va. Baldwin, .Myra Stuart 1328 Graydon Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. Banfield, Nancy Bowen Colebrook Knoll, Whitford, Pa. Barclay, Marielyce 259 Greve Dr., New Milford, N. J. Bareika, Brenda Louise 279 Lucas Ave., Kingston, N. Y. Barfield. Mary Ashton . . . .4966 Arapahoe Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. Batterson, Bettina Nichols ..536 Simsbury Rd., Bloomfield, Conn. Baiun. Martha Lucille Macon Rd., Milledgeville, Ga. Baumgardner, Linda Lee ....121 Reist St., Williamsville, N. Y. vom Baur, Nerissa Trowbridge 1320 31st St. NW., Washington 7, D. C. Beach, Priscilla Frances ....7228 S. Evanston . ve., Tulsa, Okla. Beale, JVlary Elizabeth 1004 Park Ave., Richmond. Va. Bearden, Julie Elaine 620 W. View Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Beer, Sally Elliott 1 Whitfield Rd., Baltimore 10, .Md. Bemis, Jessica 2121 Beech St., Texarkana, Ark. Benn, Martha Alice 117 Dale Dr., Falls Church, Va. Benoit, Mary Elizabeth . . . .238 Hempstead PL, Charlotte 7. N. C. Benson, Ann Caroline 2 Pickering .St.. Salem, Mass. Blackburn, Susan Elizabeth .6 Sunnydale Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. Blankc, Gail . ' im Lake Shore Hotel, Lakewood 7, Ohio Blanton, Nancy Dicks 319 N. Lafayette St., Shelby, N. C. Botttcher, Dorothy Kinibell ..4702 Shetland Lane. Houston, Tex. Boiling, Barbara Ellen ....22251 McCauley Rd., Cleveland 22, O. Bond, Meta Bours 4579 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville 10, Fla. Booth, Anne Old Concord Rd., South Lincoln, Mass. Borah, Virginia Wayne 1238 Philip St., New Orleans, La. Boswell, Elizabeth Deer 1608 Stratford Rd., Decatur, Ala. Both, Mary Blair 809 Berkeley Rd., Wilmington, Del. Bowers, May Foster 106 Inwood Rd., Darien, Conn. Boxley, Anne-Bruce 2817 Beechwood Cir., .Arlington 7, Va. Boykin, Mary Deas Millway Plantation, Boykin, S. C. Bradford, Sharon , nne 5140 Rockwood Pkwy., Washington, D. C. Bradley, Jane Helen 3505 Abercorn St., Savannah, Ga. Bradshaw, Julie Anne 515 Braeburn Rd., Flossmoor, III. Brady, Grace Diane Brookvale Rd., Smoke Rise, N. J. Brent, Virginia Armistead Highland Rd., Richmond, Va. Brock, Sabra Elizabeth ..851 Somerset Dr.. Charleston 2, W. Va. Bronson. Susan Francez 6024 E. Ridge Dr., Shreveport, La. Brooks, Elizabeth Alice .,..109 E. 60th St., Virginia Beach, Va. Brown, Laura Lee Lyons " Sutherland, " Prospect, Ky. Brush, Mary Conover " Castle Hill, " Lexington, Va. Burns. Barbara Elizabeth 2653 Brookdale Dr. NW., -Atlanta 5, Ga. Butler. . nne Lawrason ....317 .Stanford Ave., Baton Rouge, La. deBuys. Laurie Preston ....116 Cherokee Rd., Birmingham, Ala. deBuys, Virginia Stuart 909 Rolandvue Rd., Ruxton 4, Md. Caddy, Glenna Irene 544 E. 18th St., Brooklyn 26, N. Y. Calder. Christie Holmes 264 Upper Mountain Ave., Montcla ir, N. J. Caldwell, Frances ....2931 Canterbury Rd.. Birmingham 9, Ala. Caldwell, Kathleen Pound Lula Lake Rd.. Lookout Mountain. Tenn. Calkins, Carol Patricia 105 Country Club Dr.. Rochester 18. N. Y. Cant, Nancy May 435 E. 52 St.. New York 22, N. Y. Carberry, Katharine Bowen ..13 Hillside Ave., Glen Ridge. N. J. Carlisle. Carol Ann 432 Mulberry Lane, Haverford, Pa. Carlton. Betty Page Tappahannock, Va. Cainey, Marie Louise 222 Deer Park Dr.. Nashville, Tenn. Carozza, Maria Colette 3601 Texas Ave. SE, Washington 20. D. C. Carr, Mildred Lee ....202 Meadowbrook Ter., Greensboro, N. C. Carroll. Sheila Bradley 7 Sargent Dr., Snyder, N. Y. Carter, Anne Burwell ....3400 Bowling Ave.. Nashville 5, Tenn. Carter, Katherine Hill . .2121 LeRoy PI. NW, Washington 8, D. C. Castelli, Fernanda Wales c ' o H. G. Pride, 200 E. 66 St.. New York, N. Y. Cate, Elizabeth Guignard 129 S. Waccamaw Ave.. Columbia. S. C. Gates. Virginia Willis 3023 Slaton Dr., Atlanta 5, Ga. Cauwenberg. Bessie Elizabeth Amherst. Va. Chapman, Bonnie Wells 8918 Mohawk, Leawood, Kan. Chellas, Sally Lord 900 Alameda Lane, Sarasota, Fla. Childs. Elizabeth Dryden ....Tudor Hall. Rt. 1, Annapolis, Md. Chilton, Mary Jester 913 E. Palo Verde, Yuma, Ariz. Christie, Je.ssie Morgan ..Hillcrest Lane, Upper Brookville. N. Y. Clark, Anne Howard 518 W. Main St., McMinnville, Tenn. Clark, Carolyn 142 Penham Lane, Pittsburgh 8, Pa. Clarke. Cornelia Anne Harris " Woodlawn Plantation. " King George, Va. Clayton, Cheryl Anne 1260 Edgewood Ave., JacksonviUe 5, Fla. Clinchy. Joan Ann 21 Oak Dr., Chatham, N. J. Clute, Ann Stratford Rose Hill Farm, Watkins Glen, N. Y. Cody. Jillian Jan Jensen Court, Chatham, N. J. Coffey, Kathleen Anne Nimrod Hall, Va. Coggins, Iris Anne 712 Polo Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. Coker, Judith Allen ...740 Highland Park Ave. SW. Aiken, S. C. Cole. Carol Noland 1014 Kent Rd., Wilmington 3, Del. Collier, Nancy Gibson 2200 Malvern Rd., Charlotte, N. C. Collins, Alice Lawrason Riverton Rd., Moorestown, N. J. Comer, Cynthia Gamble 1464 Twin Pines Dr., Macon, Ga. 154 Stiuli ' iit Directory Cook. Florfticr Elliull 1936 Sunset Blvd., HdusIoii, Ti-x. Corwin, Virj;iiiia 93 Main St., Hin ham, .Mas?. Couch. .Marianne .530 Wilder. Shreveport, La. Cox. Patricia Sheldon 113 Norris Rd.. Ala| icas. XiIrnins;ton. Del. Coxe, Charlotte Victoria Skuflul Farm, L)arlini;ton. S. C. Cravcr. Jean Holland 4604 Livingston. Dallas. Tex. Crockett. Ellen Ingram 10 Belle Air Rd.. Colorado Springs, C do. Cronimelin, Katharine Vasser 1253 .Magnolia Curve. Montgomer ' . .Ma. Culbertson, .Mary Frances ....27 Glen Oaks Ave., Summit. N. ]. Currie. Mar) ' McNair 209 Woodcresi Rd.. Fayetleville, N. C, Currey. Elizabeth Norton 200 W. Brow Oval. Lookout .Mountain, Tenn. Culhbert, Margaret Collier ..2031 Woodland Rd., Petersburg. Va. E Early, Frances Browne Vi uodbcrry Forest. Va. Eckman, Carol Creighton 800 Oak Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Eggleston, Stephanie Archer R.F.D. 1, Shelby. Miss. Ellice, Anne Parry Fairview Farm, Annandalc, N. J. Emery, Linda Mae 225 Foster Dr.. Des .Moines, Iowa England, Josephine Elizabeth 14 .Montcrcsl Dr., Birmingham. .Ma. English. Anne Whitall 149 Kent PI. Blvd., Summit, N. J. Enns, .Susan Hindsdell 1103 S. 8lh St., Fort Pierce, Fla. Evans, Judith McDowell Route 4, Box 172, Shreveport, La. Evans. Mar)- Evelyn 405 Forsyth St., Raleigh, N. C. Evans, .Mildred Anne 1463 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg, Va. D Daughtridge. Mona Lee ..301 Cornwall Rd., Vi ' ilmington 3. Del. Davidson, .Marion Slaughter 5200 Park Lane. Dallas 20. Tex. Davis, Diana Hill 1001 DcKoven Dr. SW. Tacoma 99. Washingtim Day. Anne Perkins 1100 Railway Rd., Plainfield. N. J. Dean, Marion Alice 503 Princeton Rd., Plainsboro, N. J. Deasy, Susan Eugenia 435 Camden .Vve., Mnorestown, N. J. DeCamp, Stephanie Lee 7439 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk 8, Va. Dehmel, .Marian Elizabeth ...20 Barnsdale Rd.. Short Hills. N. J. Del Greco, Virginia .Marietta 12 Canterbury Rd.. Bellair, Charlottesville. Va. Denman, Laura Sanderson 4 Riverside Dr., Cranford. N. J. Denson, Anilrea Carol 342 Passaic St., Hackensack, N. J. Delmar, Catherine Helen 1075 Park .Ave., New York, N. V. Dickey. Eugenia Newbold 1902 Ash. Texarkana. Ark. Dicnst, Kathryn Barton 3223 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. Digney, Suzanne Beryl ..Woodchuck Hill Rd., FayetteviUe. N. . Dillabough. Cornelia .Ann ....Avenida . tlantica 1782. Apt. 905. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Dixon, Nancy Wiley 3823 -Manton Lane, Lynchburg, Va. Dockery, Keith Douglas Dockery Farms, Cleveland, Miss. Dodd. .Alice Virginia 513 Emery Rd.. Louisville 6. Ky. Dodson. Harriotte Winchester .... 122 27th St., SE, Roanoke. Va. Doherty, Deborah .Ann 6 Burns St., Forest Hills. N. Y. Donald, Patricia Eileen 3308 E. Briarcliff Rd., Birmingham. Ala. Dono an, Susan .McLeod .265 S. Finley .Ave., Basking Ridge. N.J. Doty. Barbara Powell 11 Euclid -Ave., Summit, N. J. Dowd. Trudy Darlene 6614 Norway Rd.. Dallas. Tex. Dudley, .Margaret Carole 3795 Paces Fern ' Rd. NW. Atlanta 5. Ga. Duer, .Mary Gillis 1011 Wagner Rd.. Ruxton 4. .Md. Duncan, .Mary .Martin 1049 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Duncan, Nancy Harrell 114 Buford PI.. Macon, Ga. Dunlap, .Marilyn .Mandle 502 Dunlap St., Paris, Tenn. Dunn, Helen Caroline 646 Runnymcde Rd., Dayton 19, 0. Dunn. Judith Corbelt 1 Silvermine Rd., New Canaan, Conn. Dunnan, Cynthia Joyce 186 Beacon St., Boston, .Mass. Durham, Louise Spears ....Richwood Hall. Charles Town, W. Va. Durst, Barbara Edwards ,...6416 Hilldal.- Rd.. Fort Worth. Tex. Dwelle, Susan Burnett 4948 .Morven Rd., Jacksonville 10, Fla. Dyer, Julia Reynolds Truxton Pie .Alley 3, .Marion, .Mass. Dyer. Mari Calvert Truxton Pie .Alley 3. .Marion. .Mass. Fales, .Alice Peck ... ,6 rue de General Appert, Paris 16, France Fancher, Suzanne 727 E. Elm, Altus, Okla. Farmer, Elizabeth Peiidletim . .2923 Field Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. Fedeler, Susan Jane 420 Elm Rd., Barrington. 111. Feild, .Margaret Rutherfoord 1520 Quarrier St.. Charleston, W. Va. FitzHugli, .Mary Harrison 222 Ridge Dr., Jackson. .Miss. Flanagan, Jean Elizabeth ....2102 Greenbrier Rd., Kinston, N. C. Flanders, Elizabeth Ballard 128 South St.. Carrollton. Ga. Fleigh. Margery Eyerly ....1321 Oak Hill .Ave., Hagerstown, Md. Fleshman, Nancy Ann 634 College Ave., Bluefield, W, Va. Florance, Reynolds Walker ..1700 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va, Flynn, .Alison Elizabeth 639 SE Poinciana Dr., F ' ort Lauderdale, Fla, Fontaine, .Mary Stevenson ,.40 .Meadowbrook Rd., Chatham, N.J, Fort, Chloe Frierson Clark ..219 Jackson Blvd., .Nashville. Tenn. Fort. Julia Warfield 219 Jackson Blvd., Nashville, Tenn. Fowler. Nancy Hunter .2375 Haven Ridge Dr. NW. .Atlanta 5. Ga. Eraser, Gabrielle Lavielle Babelte 3805 Chevy Chase, Houston, Tex. Freese, .Mary Ellen 330 Dexter, Denver 20, Colo. Freund, Elizabeth Amy 29 E. 64th St., New York 21, N. Y. Funkhouser, Ann Crewes . . P. O. Box 152, Charles Town, W. Va. G Gabel. Carolyn 2 Highland Heights, Rochester 18, N. Y. Galleher, Joanne .Maud 630 Sudley Rd., Manassas, Va. Gantt. Jean Duval Gloucester Point, Va. Gardner, Lucetta -Ann ....610 N. Spoede Rd., Creve Coeur, Mo. Garrity, .Mabel Irene 29 Rose St., Forty Fort. Pa. Gai ry, Grace .Mary Route 2. Taylor. Tex. Gay, Prudence Woodworth 368 Beechwood Rd.. Ridgewood, N. J. Gibaud, .Susan Irene 164 Hoover Rd.. Rochester 17. N. Y. Gibson, Aimee .Alexander .... .Merriman ' s Lane. Winchester. Va. Gill, Karen Gail 127 Remington Rd., .Manhasset, N. Y. Gillies, Nancy Lee 714 Devonshire St., Pittsburgh 1.3. Pa. Gilmore. Nell Williams . . . ., 2666 St. James Pkwy.. Cleveland Heighs 6. O. Glasgow, Susan Seymour ..3615 Woodlawn Dr.. Nashville. Tenn. Glazier. Deborah Lee 610 .Mayfair .Ave.. Richmond. Va. Goldman. Patricia Lee 7539 Riverside Dr., Richmond. Va. 55 ». .•♦.••. ♦. ' ' ♦- Student Directory Goodridge, Jane Holli? 7517 Oxturd Dr., Clayton 5. Mo. Graham, Evelyn Byrd 19 Walhrook Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Graham, France? Peace R.F.D. 5, Lake Circle Dr., Greenville, S. C. Grant. Elizabeth James 104 Manchester Ave.. Danville, Va. Green, Jane Evans 201 Cumberland Ave., Kenilworlh, 111. Green, Mary Porter 201 Cumberland Ave.. Kenilworth, 111. Griess, Natalie Richard 2355 E. Hill Ave.. Cincinnati 8, 0. Griffith, Katherine Scott 1040 Ferncliff Rd., Atlanta 5. Ca. Groetzinger, Mary Ann 614 Grand Ave., Saint Paul, Minn. Gump, Sara Adelaide 806 Mountain View Cir., Johnson City, Tenn. Gutches, Judy 2908 Alton Rd., Fort Worth. Tex. H Hale, Lucy Pryor 2029 Hes?ian Rd., Charlottesville, Va. Hall, Nancy Reade Behnont. N. C. Hamill, Jane Maxwell 1267 .Michigan Ave., Cincinnati. 0. Hamilton, Virginia Bosworth ....135 Dahlia St., Denver 20, Colo. Hammel, Mary Alice 12214 Cobblestone Dr., Houston. Tex. Hanahan, Frances Gascoyne . .43 East Battery, Charleston, S. C. Hanger, Elizabeth Clark 36 W. Brookhaven Dr. NE, Atlanta 19, Ga. Hannah, Mary Elizabeth 586 Fourth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Harris. Charlotte Kathleen . . 1923 OverhiU Rd., Charlotte 7. N. C. Harris, Grayson Warheld ....409 Leake Ave., Nashville 5, Tenn. Harris, Phebe Jane 1530 E. 77th St.. Indianapolis 20, Ind. Harrison, Alice Bruce Willow Lawn Apts., Winchester, Va. Harrison, Cornelia 68 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass. Hart, Jane Wainwright ..1260 Mesa Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. Hart, Rebecca Beverley 2401 Wilmot Ave., Columbia, S. C. Hartwell, Judith Gale 22 Woodhill Rd., Tenafly, N. J. Harwood, Margaret Ann 1506 West Ave., Richmond, Va. Haskell, Katherine Guion ..512 Linden Rd., Charleston 4, W. Va. Haskell. Laura Guion . .R.F.D. 4, Box 373, North Augusta, S. C. Hatch, Diane Fowler 520 45th St. E., Savannah, Ga. Haug, Hedi 16 Revere Rd., Manhasset, N. Y. Haywood. Alice Cheshire ..2502 Lewis Farm Rd.. Raleigh, N. C. Heintz, Dulcie Dowling ....Washington Tract Farm, Bristol Rd., Clinton, N. Y. Heiss, Kathryn Raymond 11 Hemlock Rd.. Bronxville, N. Y. Hellier. .Marnee Dee Middle Rd., Farmington, Conn. Hellmuth. Pamela Ann ....5340 Clifton Rd., Jacksonville 11, Fla. Henley, . Ielba Ray 109 Fairview Ave., Northgate Hgts., Greenville, S. C. Henry, Susan Craig 720 River Rd., Trenton, N. J. Hetherington, Elizabeth Walton ...R.D. 5, Box 44, Marion, 0. Heye, Leslie Courtenay 26 Lawrence Rd.. Scarsdale, N. Y. Hiestand, Janet lOVi Grandin Lane, Cincinnati, 0. Highlands, Margaret Susan 2 Noel Lane, Cincinnati 43, O. Hitch. Sarah Battle 1408 Cornell Rd. NE, Atlanta 6, Ga. Hite, Aprille Gray Sweet Briar, Va. Hilt, Sarah Turner .133 School Rd., Alapocas, Wilmington 3, Del. Hobbs, Susan Herbert 22400 McCauley Rd., Shaker Heights 22, 0. HoJlomon, Wayne 3839 Windsor Lane. Dallas S, Tex. Hooton, Cynthia Caroline 86 Warren PL, .Montclair, N. J. Horton. Hazel Elaine . .5806 Old Providence Rd., Charlotte. N. C. Houghton, Ann 4929 Glenbrook Rd., Washington 16, D. C. Houston, Harriet Hayne .... 148 Fernwood Lane. Greenville, S. C. Howe, Judith Rutherfoord 49 Tyler Rd.. Belmont, Mass. Howell, Neva Nancy 6835 Westlake, Dallas, Tex. Howell. Sonja .Margaret 4815 Arapahoe Ave., Jacksonville 10. Fla. Hsu. Kathleen Chialing 3225 Woodley Ave., Washington 16, D. C. Hubard, Cynthia Ann 507 Huske St., Fayetteville, N. C. Hudler, Nancy Wikoff -Glen Vir Nan, " Lawrence Cold Soil Rds., Lawrenceville, N. J. Hughes, Claire Allen 2772 Natchez Lane. Memphis, Tenn. Hughes, Ella Brown Route 1, Madison Heights, Va. Hulley, Joan Frances 8908 River Rd., Richmond 29. Va. Hulse, Mary Cobb ....3624 Ridgeview Dr.. Birmingham 13, Ala. Hunt, Elizabeth Hope Lone Pine Lane, Chapel Hill, N. C. Hunt, Julia Ann 168 Huntley PL, Charlotte 7, N. C. Huston, Marian Lee 409 Kingsway Dr., Lexington, Ky. Hutchison, Margaret Alexis 2830 Habersham Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. Hutter. Ann Fontaine 1499 Langhorne Rd., Lynchburg. Va. I Inge, Jean Marilyn 6160 Rolfe Ave., Norfolk, Va. Ingham, Margaret Anne ..632 Pennridge Rd., Pittsburgh 11, Pa. J Jahn, Susan Dee 2228 Yorkshire Rd.. Columbus 21. O. Jennings, Allison Diana Wahackme Rd., New Canaan, Conn. Jester, Ann Whitney 1919 Quarry Rd.. Lynchburg, Va. Jeter, Sarah Payson ...11136 Scott Mill Rd.. Jacksonville 7, Fla. Joachim, Virginia Lee Nance .54 Trumbull Rd., Manhasset, N. Y. Johnson, Charlotte Elizabeth ..1702 Colonial Rd., Raleigh, N. C. Johnson, Genie Peek 129 Normandy Rd.. Little Rock, Ark. Johnson, Margaret Austin II 500 W. Brow Rd., Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Johnson, Mary Evans 500 W. Brow Rd., Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Johnson. Peggy Jane 172 Lake Forest Dr.. Elberton, Ga. Johnston, Katherine Swann 2865 Canterbury Rd., Birmingham 13, Ala. Jones, Joanna Kay 68.34 De Loache. Dallas, Tex. Jones, Peggy Anita 3628 Waynoka Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Jones, Suzanne Van Dyke 1286 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. Jordan. Ann Cabell 7 River Rd., Richmond 26, Va. Jose, Polly Anne 166 Sea Breeze Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. K Kamke, Adeline Chase 786 Oakwood. East Aurora, N. Y ' . Kellam, Dana Leigh 765 Conestoga Rd., Villanova. Pa. Keller, Caroline Haywood ....501 W. Stephenson, Harrison, Ark. Kelley. .Mary Louise 17 Creekside Cir., Houston 24, Tex. Kendig, Anne Randolph ,5008 Gary St. Rd., Richmond. Va. Kilcullen, Christopher Ann 812 Timber Branch Pkwy., Alexandria, Va, Kincaid, Caroline 69 Church St., High Bridge, N. J. King, Laurinda Vinson 701 Sunset Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Klose, Irmelin Gertraude 492 Weadley Rd., Wayne, Pa. Knode, Betsy Knickerbocker 160 Ames Rd., North Wilbraham, Mass. Knopf, Katherine Herren ....2023 NW 14th .St., Gainesville, Fla. Kopper, Elizabeth Marshall 182 Main St., Hingham, Mass. Kucewicz, Leila Anne 320 Front St., Bridgeport, W. Va. 56 Stiuh ' Ht Diirctory L I.ani,.n,l, Cury Kan.lolpli ....1280 Fort Hunt Kd.. Alrxan.iria. Va. Lane, Ha S4 .Maiil.- Dr., (;r(.-at Neck, N. V. LanjJilty, I ' riscilla Stewart ..67 Fox Hollies Rd., Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England Lansdale, .Mary Virginia 19200 S. Woodland, Cleveland 22, O. Larson, Vivianne Pamela 352 Eastover Rd., Charlotte, N. C. Lasher, Edith Ann 430 E. 86th St., New York 28, N. Y. Layer, Frances Deanna ....34-06 81st St., Jackson Heights, N. Y. I Craw, Vera Clarissa ....400 Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Lee, Anne Carter 313 Maple Ave., Rocky Mount, Va. Lee, Linda Claire .S600 Waterbury Cir., Dcs Moines, Iowa Lee, Mary Kinlaw 32.S Clovelly Rd., Richmond 21, Va. Lenimon, Natalie Louise 648 S. Florence, Springfield. Mo. Lemon, Lucy Hoyd 2833 Avenham . ve., Roanoke, a. Lemon, .Marilyn Hope ....c ' o Col. . L R. Lemon, 7030 Air Base Wing, A.P.O. 12, New York, N. Y. Leslie, Meredith .Austin 345 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. Leys, Sallie Carroll Drawer 907, Waynesboro, Va. Litle, Rut h Anne Sheraton Manor, 616 Le .Moyne . ' ve. Ext., Washington, Pa. Little, Barbara 1133 Cedar Point Rdwy, Sandusky, 0. Logan, Cora Lee 1615 Vicklan St.. Vicksburg, Miss. Lohr, Melissa Cartee 4014 Creenway, Baltimore 18, Md. Long, Linda Marie 409 Tyler PL, Alexandria, Va. Lord, Nancy .Margaretta 2610 Orchard Rd., HoUister, Cal. Low, Faith .Meadow Farm Rd., East Islip, N. Y. Lowdon. Carol Linde ....908 Greenhill Ave., Wilmington 5. Del. Ludwig, Eleanor Karen . .34 Versailles Blvd., New Orleans 25, La. Lusk, .Martha Fulton 1201 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh 32, Pa. Lutz, Barbara . nn 350 Woodland Rd., Lake Forest, 111. Lynah, Nancy Colquitt 11 Colonial St., Charleston, S. C. Lynn, Catherine .Mitchell ..1105 Virginia Episcopal School Rd., Lynchburg. Va. M .McAfee. Saralyn White Horse Rd., Kirkwood, N. J. .MacClintock, Anne Ursula ....113 Lady . stor St., Danville. Va. McCormiek, Harriet Richmond 3900 Buck Rd., Huntingd(m Valley, Pa. McCormiek, .Melody Marsh ....2801 Hughes St., Amarillo, Tex. .McCoy, Susan Virginia 635 N. Chestnut, Arlington Heights, 111. -McCrady, Sarah Heath Fulford Hall, Sewanee, Tenn. McDowell, Nancy Boyd ....151 College Ave., Chambersburg, Pa. McEachern, Drusilla Shepherd 2915 Hydrangea PL, Wilmington, N. C. McEldowney, Alice 120 Highway 22, Clinton, N. J. McCraw. .Mary Elizabeth 630 W. Lafayette St., Easton, Pa. McGregor, Olivia Anne 6 Elm Lane, Bronxville, N. Y. .McGuire, Elizabeth Eagles ..2611 Sherwood Ave., Charlotte, N. C. -Mcintosh, Jean Massey 834 Riverview Dr., Florence. .■Ma. .MacKenzie, .Margaret Helen . .222 N. .Main St., Wallingford, Conn. .Mackroth, Alice Rawlins 1094 Devon Rd.. Pittsburgh 13, Pa. -Macleod, Lorna 80 Weed St., New Canaan, Conn. .MacMeekin, Nancy Elizabeth ...600 .Maple Lane, Flourtown, Pa. .Mac.Millan, Caroline Ruth 15 .Vllwood Rd., Darien, Conn. .McMillan, Elvira Cochrane 105 .McLellan St., Brewton. . la. McRae, Cynthia Jean 960 Government St., Mobile, Ala. MacRae, Elizabeth Fairfax 903 Vicar Lane, Alexandria, Va. Mallory, Frances Carter 211 Barclay Lane, Lexington, Va. .Manard, Courtney Claib(jrne .... 1330 Sixth St., New Orleans, La. Markle, Patricia Jean ....107 Edgewood Rd., Wilmington 3, Del. Marsh, Mary Louise .Maydeld Rd., Gates Mills, 0. .Marshall, Augusta Howze 15 Pine Crest Rd., Birmingham 13. Ala. .Mason, Abigail Adams 101 Chestnut St., Boston, .Mass. .Massie, Kate Roy Hillcrest, Cary St. Rd., Richmond, Va. -Massie, Lourine Mays Lowesville, Va. .Matheson, Elizabeth Webb Tryon St., Hillsboro, N. C. Maltern, Martha Tucker 208 Taylor Ave., Salem. Va. Maxwell, Emily Jay 1037 Cornell Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. Medercr, Gloria Jean 2006 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, Ga. Mendoza, Celia Isabel Colonia Palmira, Tegucigaljia D. i... Honduras Mercur, Pape Elizabeth 449 High St., Bethlehem, Pa. Meredith, Ann Catherine 1000 Hickory St., Crossett, Ark. Merkle, Jane Arroll 465 Herkimer Ave., Haworth, N. J. Messenger, Joan Bennett 1010 Hinman Ave., Evanston, III. Metcalf, Marshall Lea 141050 Douglass Lane, Saratoga, Cal. Meyer, Jean Grant 28 Pine Dr., Cedar Grove, N. J. Micros, Marianne Faith 72 South St., Cuba, N. Y. .Mighell, Alice Vivian ....251 W. Indian Creek Dr., .Mobile, Ala. .Mitchell, Marilyn Ann 120 E. Third St., Oswego, N. Y. .Molander, Miriam Powell 1309 W. .Minnehaha Pkwy., Minneapolis, .Minn. Moog, Nancy Anne 235 Hillcrest Rd., East . urora, . . Y. Moore, Allison Badger 2150 Norton Rd., Charlotte, N. C. Moore, Jane .Morrison 2150 Norton Rd., Charlotte, .N. C. Morgan, Daria Obolensky . . . . Albermarle Park, Asheville, N. C. Morgan. Marguerite Lynn . . 1020 Overbrook Rd.. Westover Hills, Wilmington 6. Del. Morton, .MaiT Louise 5021 Loughboro Rd. NW, Washington 16, D. C. Moss, Nancy Lancaster Box 308, Leesburg, Va. Mount, Bonnie Lee R.F.D., . ' mherst, Va. .Moxham, Michaele Leeds ....Old Westbury, Long Island, N. Y ' . Muhlinghaus, Brenda 6320 SW 110 St.. .Miami 56, Fla. .Mullins, .Sallie Ann 343 N. County Rd., Palm Beach. Fla. .Mundy, Margaret Kyle ....3128 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Musgrove, Melinda Law 2850 Surrey Rd., Birmingham, . ' la. Myers, Neill Mohead Scottsville Rd., Bowling Green, Ky. N Nelson, Page The Moorings, .Millwood, Va. Newbury, Willie Ann 1747 Woodlark Ave., Lexington, Ky. Newell, Nancy Scott 27 College Rd., Wellesley 81. .Mass. NewhalL Joan 411 Washington Lane, Fort Washington, Pa. Nicholson. Ja.pi.lin Marshall 1803 Nicholson Laiie, -Alexandria, Va. Nix, Nancy Love 941 Coolidge St., Westlield, N. J. Noell. Douglas Taylor 6316 Ridgeway Rd., Richmond, Va. Noland. Betty Rl. 1, Box 443, Conway and Mason Rds., Creve Coeur. .Mo. Norburn. Lillian Elizabeth .1 Valley Springs Rd., Asheville, N. C. Norden, Patricia Helen Oyster Bay Rd., Jericho, N. Y. Norris, Dorothy Lee 306 Crescent . e.. Greenville, S. C. Norris, Sally Dee 1905 Prevost, Fort Worth 7, Tex. Novakowski, Joan Marie 226 Putnam St., Hartford, Conn. 157 Studi ' iit Directory O Ohara, Kyoko 447 Seijo Machi Setagaya-ku, Tokyo. Japan Oliver, Fiances Elizabeth ....102 Beechwood Rd., Summit, N. J. Olson, Karen Lee 100 Partrick Rd.. Westport, Conn. Osborne, Nancy Lea Llewellyn Park, West Orange, N. J. Otis, Lucy Shirley 546 Sussex Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. Overly, Joan Lynda 617 Lake Ave., Wyomissing, Pa. Palmer. Jocelyn .Marie ..200 Canterbury Kd. S. Charlotte 7. N. C. Pamplin, Ruth Burnett 12 Cothran St., Creenville, S. C. Papis, Helena Christine 4522 Paseo de las Tortugas. Torrance, Cal. Parker, Anne Peabody 46 Glen Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Parker, Elizabeth Williamson 309 1st Ave., Franklin, Va. Parker, Irene Curtis 439 Palis ade Dr., Florence, Ala. Parker, Tempe Burwell 909 .Marrow Dr., Henderson, N. C. Patmore, Shirley Eve 3561 Gridley Rd., Shaker Hgts. 22. 0. Patterson, Bettina Baird 1192 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Patterson, Lucy Brooke . . 103 Betances St., Caguas, Puerto Rico Pearson, Donna Jo 206 Riverside Dr., Newport News, Va. Pearson. Elizabeth Campbell . . . .1128 Bissonnet, Houston 5, Tex. Pederson, Mary Karolina Box 891. Kilgore, Tex. Peeples, .Vlary Virginia 2(il0 Ingleside Ave., Macon, Ga. Pell, Tria WiUets Glendale Rd.. Rye, N. Y. Percy, . nn Buchanan 1043 .-Ashland PI.. Lynchburg, Va. Perkins, Jean Anne ,32 Mansfield Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Pernell, Lois Victoria 7114 Royal Lane, Dallas. Tex. Perry, . ' Mice Helene .....i pto. 204 El Cielito 8a . venida Zona I. Guatemala City, Guatemala Peyton, Ruth Carolyn R.F.D. 4. Box 1, Charlottesville, Va. Pidgeon, Elizabeth Shirley Mavis Glen, Greenwich, Conn. Pinckney, Anne Stewart 3805 Sulgrave Rd., Richmond, Va. Piatt, Anna Christine . " Hopewell, " Garth Rd., Charlottesville, Va. Pleasants, Emily Myers .366 Arbor Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Plowden, Helen Gabriel 53 Winthrop Dr., Riverside, Conn. Poole, Molly Hood 348 Barbara Way, Hillsborough, Cal. Pope, .Mary Waties 1700 Boundary St., Newberry, S. C. Porter, Julia Porcher Wickham 5008 Rugby Ave., Bethesda 14, Md. Porter. Sarah Brown 4517 Sharon Rd., Charlotte, N. C. Powars, Grace Wallace 3640 Newark St. NW. Washington 16, D. C. Powell, Ann Pendleton 1238 Rothesay Rd., Richmond, Va. Powell, Nancy Myra 4500 Newport St., Richmond. Va. Previtali, Astrid Maria 307 Ridge St., Charlottesville. Va. Price, Sarah Clark 8635 Seminole Ave., Philadelphia. Pa. Prichard, Putnam 38 Stanwood Rd., Swampscott, Mass. Pruitt, Anne White 2228 Overton Rd., Augusta, Ga. Pschorr, Irene Angelika ....93 Oakland Beach Ave., Rye, N. Y. Pulis, Margaret Lowenc ....30 Broadview Terrace, Chatham, N. J. R Rand, Margaret 3 Avon Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. Rasco, Sarah Margaret 2412 Travis, Amarillo, Tex. Read, Rachel Bond 720 College Ave., Haverford, Pa. Ready, Virginia Louise 138 University Ave., Fresno, Cal. Reeder, -Margaret Alice 125 N. Spring St., Concord, N. C. Reese, Harriet Fessenden R.F.D. 3, Newark, Del. Regan, Katharyn Helm ..6001 Osceola Rd., Washington 16, D. C. Regen, Eileen Renee 35 Greenacres Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. Reifsnyder, Carol Ann Quarters 44, Fort Belvoir, Va. Reincrs, Marjorie Susan Magill ..44 Glenn Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. Reinschmidt, Dana Christie 134 E. 44th St., Savannah, Ga. Rex, Aline Beverley Baecher Rd.. Norfolk 9, Va. Rhoads, Frances 10 Granite Rd.. Wilmington 3, Del. Richards. Kay Marlene Route 3. Madison Heights, Va. Richardson, Caroline GorJcn 117 Cherokee Ave., Union, S. C. Riley, Lynne Lovelace Quarters H. Naval Weapons Plans, Washington 25, D. C. Ritchey. Ann McDiarjiiid 3 Beechcrest Lane, Cincinnati 6, 0. Ritchie, Ann Madison Holly Hill Farms, Ijamsville, Md. Rober»on, Foy Jane 14 Woodland Way Cr., Greenville, S. C. Roberts, Nancy Louise 3204 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. Rogers, Gale Wilson 4705 Hilhop Lane, Cincinnati 43, 0. Rogers, Nancy Lane 29 Bristol Rd., Chnton, N. Y. Ross, Barbara Virginia 43 Barret Dr., Fort Thomas, Ky. Rothrock, Gail Chardon ....3 Red Oak Rd., Wilmington 6, Del. Roulston, Jane Douglas 22 Clarke Rd., Richmond, Va. Rowlett, Margaret Grayson 811 Greenwood Rd., Wilmington 6, Del. Rucker. Meriel Traylor . . 1-197 Ocean Front, Atlantic Beach, Fla. Rusmisel, Susan Maricta ..22 Sharewood Dr., Sands Point, N. Y. Rynders, Lynne R.F.D. 2. Pre-Emption Rd., Geneva, N. Y. S Sample, Rosamond 524 N. .Madison . " Vve., El Dorado, Ark. Sanders, Letitia Leigh 42 Temple Ave., Newnan, Ga. Scherer, Sally Hamilton 1429 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Schroder, Mary Jane 51 Shady Hill Rd., Moylan, Pa. Schuler, Elizabeth . shley Cat Rock Rd., Cos Cob. Conn. Schulze. Nancy Lark Paris Mountain, R.F.D. 5, Greenville, S. C. Schwaab, Linda Van Leer . .218 Tunliridge Rd., Baltimore 12, Md. Scott, Elisabeth Strother 5407 Gary St. Rd., Richmond, Va. Scott, Mary Belle 210 Grove Rd., Greenville, S. C. Scott, Susan Lee 1200 Limekiln Rd., Towson, Md. Scribner, Helen Eaton ..1170 Broadmeadow Lane, Winnetka, III. Seaton, Jane Gray ....4104 Gary St. Rd., Apt. 3, Richmond, Va. Sehring, Milbrey Ewing ....257 Broughton Lane, Villanova. Pa. .Sharp. Virginia Beverley ....5095 Westminster PL, St. Louis, Mo. .Shaw. Jean Tyrie 133 Galbreath Dr.. Princeton, N. J. Shields, Julia Lewis .Mount Vernon, Va. Shierling, Susan Peach ' s Pointe, Marblehead, Mass. Shinbcrger, Adelaide 1125 Franklin St.. Richmond 20, Va. .Silverberg. Myra Magnolia y Tulipon, Apt. 11, Tampico, Tamaulipos, Mexico Sims, Ann Addison 3829 Peakland PI.. Lynchburg, Va. Sims, Gail Marie 3400 Habersham Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. Skinner, Letitia Marshall 934 Lee Rd.. Northbrook, III. Slate, .Sarah Yonge 14.35 Lexington Ave., New York 28, N. Y. Sledge, Eleanor Dawson .3495 Ridgewood Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. Smith. Leslie Cantrell ....6803 Meadow Lane, Chevy Chase, Md. Smith, Lynne Campbell 41 Laconia Rd., Worcester 9, Mass. Smith, Rosalie McCormick 14 Water St.. Charleston, S. C. Snow, Katharine Baix-ock 7 Inwood Terrace, Lipper .Montclair, N. J. 158 Student Directory A ? • - :•? =ff " 7 ■•?: ' f m Snydtr. Ev.lvn Nivin lulmriy ' s Way. R.K.I). 3, West Clicsl.T, Pa. So ler |uisl, Joann 812 Caml)ridf;c Dr., .South Euclid 21, O. Snriero. Marjzaret |{e ' rlcy ... ' iH2 Piping Rock, Hou.slon 27, Tex. Snrtor, Virginia Hargravc ....153 Booth Ave., Englewood, N. J. Stanh-y, .Anne Elizabeth . .Theoh)gical Seminary. Alexandria, Va. Stanly. Mary Elizaheth ....4589 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville. Fla. Starke. Abhy St. John 1300 Graydon Ave.. .Norfcdk 7. Va. Steele, Lane .Margaret " Fairmount, " Huntingdon, Pa. Steketee. Mary .Moseley 2000 Thornapple River Dr.. IJrand Rapids, .Mich. Sirrnnioi,-. liuili ili on ,5519 Wenonah Dr., Dalla.s 9, Tex. Sl -phen?on. Barliara Sue 2109 Ashwood Dr., Louisville 5. Ky. Stevenson, Kathleen Bouldin 2 S. Battery. Charleston, S. C. Stokes. Stephanie Helen 5.55 S. Elizaheth St.. Denver, Colo. Stoll, Dagmar Kristin ....3838 Churchill Rd., Charlotte 7. N. C. St(dlenwerck. .Mary Wood Claplioard Ridge Rd., Greenwich, Conn. Street, Margaret Lee 17 Tradd St.. Charleston. S. C. Strong. Susan Louise 2 Woodway Ridge Lane, New Canaan, Conn. Strother. Sarah Lee 798 Pendierton Rd.. Grosse Pointe Park 30, Mich. Stroud, Eilem 702 W. 34th St.. Wilmington 2. Del. .Strous. Chri-tine , nne 10 Belvedere Rd.. Westmount, P. (,).. Canada Sturgeon, Mary Copeland . . 905 Wellesley Rd., Pittsburgh 6, Pa. Sturr. Mary Riley c o Com. MSTS, FEA, FPO, San Francisco, Cal. Sutherland. Mary Dyer Cotlonade Farm. Fayetteville, N. C. Sweet, Martha Ann 233 W. Suniniit. .San Anttmio, Tex. T Tansal, Reyhan ..Riza Pasa sok. II 2, Kadikoy. Istanbul, Turkey Tate, Caroline Wilson . . . .2840 Si. Andrews Lane, Charlotte. N. C. Taylor. Lydia Cahort 1416 Trouville . ve., Norfolk, Va. Terjen, Susan Jean ....5KI1 Brittany Woods Cir.. Louisville. Ky. Thoma, Vicky . nn Russell ' s Inn, Lake .Ave., Georges Mills, N. H. Thomas, Beltye Nichols 3900 R.iyal Blvd.. Lynchburg. Va. Thomas, Toni Lee 193 Steele Rd., West Hartford 7, Conn. Thomas, Wendy 6.321 Norwood Rd., Kansas City. Mo. Thorndike, Susan Quincy Wicomico Church, Va. Thornhill, Mona Carole 17 ( herrywood Rd., Salem, Va. Thouron, .Margaret Polk 900 N. Broom St., Wilmington. Del. Tichenor, Maxine Lynne . . 188 Rock Creek La., Scarsdale. N. Y. Tiernan, Carroll Jane Devon Rd., Essex Fells. N. J. Tilghman, .Margaret Kimball ....I6I3 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Timkovsky, Kyra 316 N. Underwood St., Falls Church, Va. Todd, Patricia .Xnn . . . . Cstwinds Farm, Rancho Santa Fe. Cal. Tolbert, Lurline Waring ....13835 Clifton Blvd.. Lakewood 7, O. Toiten, Beatrice Willoughl)y ..Brick Ends, Soutli Hamilton. .Mass. Triplette. Constance Wright 331 Church St., Elkin, N. C. Turner. Louisa Watts Zinmier ..297 Brookside Rd.. Darien. ( onn. u Ursillo, Mary Louise ....101 N. Woodland St., Englewood. N. J. Utiey, Frances Winter 129 S. High. Lancaster, 0. V Van Ars.lale, Dona Baker .331 Windsor Terrace, Ridgewood, N. J. Van Cleve, Sharon ..6045 SW Old Scholls Ferry, Portland, Ore. Vaughan, Cynthia Leigh 29 Norlhway, Bronxville, N. Y. Vickery, Katherine 12 Richmond PI., New Orleans, La. Vinson, Johanna Bowie 1920 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Va. Vogel, Barbara Adele 314 Lexington Rd., Richmond 26, Va. Vogt, Marieluise 3205 R St., Washington 7, D. C. w Walker, Fiizaliilli Barney ..220 Kensington , vc., Lynchburg. Va. Walker. Mina (Jti-y 220 Kensington Ave., Lynchburg. Va. Wall, Harriet Howard 1607 9th Ave., Conway, S. C. Ward, Emily Foltz 4205 Free Ferry Rd.. Fort Smith. Ark. Ward, .Mary Dearing ..805 St. Christopher ' s Rd., Richmond, Va. Warner, .Alice Hynson ..3213 Swarlhmore Rd., Wilmington, Del. Warren, .Margaret Regina 19 Elm St., Coxsackie, N. Y. Wasson, Dana Clare Willis Ave., Syosset, N. Y. Watson. Katherine Eileen ...Rt. 1, Box 60E, London Bridge, Va. Weinrich. Katharine Helen ..155 Vorn Lane, Birmingham. .Mich. West, Janet .Maddox .5132 Rockwood Pkwy., Washington 16. D. C. Westfall, .Man- Jane 5 Oakledge Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. Wheelan, Patricia Ann Cat Rock Rd., Cos Cob, Conn. Whitacre. Judith Ann ..Wade Park Manor, E. 107th and Chester. Cleveland 6, O. W liitcheail. Emma Camden Lowesville. Va. Whitener. Sarah Ellen . .Qtrs. 45.53, .McGuire Air Force Base, N.J. Wienefeld, .Susan Goodwyn . . . .709 . belia Rd., Columbia 5. S. C. Wikswo, Leonora .Albigese ....Box 241, Ridge Dr., .Amherst, Va. Wilkens, Wendy Elizabeth Gilmanton, N. H. Williams, Emory Dabney ..22 Tempsford Lane, Richmond 26, Va. Williams, Susanne Nolting Rapidan, Va. Wilson, Olive Shaw 601 N. Boston Rd.. DeLand, Fla. Winfree. .Macon Elizabeth 8913 River Rd., Richmond, Va. Wirtzman, Paula Ruth ....1228 Denniston Ave., Pittsburgh 7, Pa. Wise. .Susan Emily 123 Cloverly Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms 36, Mich. Wood. Elizabeth Lee Box 414. Sweet Briar, Va. W ood, Katherine Benham Sweet Briar, Va. Wood. Nancy W intriger ...} S. Brookwood Dr.. Montclair. N. J. Worboys. Carol Dana 118 Chatham Rd.. Syracuse 6, N. Y. Wright, -Margaret Kathleen 2.30 E. John St., Bedford, Pa. Wright. Mary ' Mercer W. River Rd., Perrysburg, O. Writer, Penelope Douglas 21 5th Ave., Nyack, N. Y. I Y Yardley. Jane (Chatham Hall, Chatham. Va. Yocom. Barbara Jean 8316 Bon View Dr., Bon .Air, Va. Yon, Sallie Haden 522 Park St., Charlottesville. Va. Youmans,- Barbara Helen .... 1241 Crenshaw St., Newberry, S. C. Young, Juliet .Ann Ill Nichols Rd.. Cohassel, .Mass. Youngs. Evelyn Elizabeth 6.32 Hiram St., Atlanta, Tex. z Zweigler, H(dly Gay 35-44 Grove St., Evanslon. III. 159 _ _ _ ' . i We Wish to Thank the Following Parents and Friends for Their Generous Contributions to the 1962 Briar Patch MR. HERBERT ALLEN Houston. Texas MR. AND MRS. KENT EMERY Des Moines. Iowa DR. AND MRS. DONALD J. ALSPAUGH Columbus. Ohi MR. AND MRS. ERNEST J. ALTGELT Irvington. N. Y. MR. AND MRS. CLYDE C. BENNETT . . . Deland. Fla. MR. AND MRS. CLLNTON BRADSHAW Flossnioor. III. MR. GEORGE GARVIN BROWN Prospect. Ky. MR. AND MRS. ALVIN B. GATES. JR. . . .Atlanta. Ga. MRS. WINFRED J. CAUWENBERG ....Amherst. Va. MR. HUGH M. COMER Macon. Ga. ADMIRAL AND MRS. JOHN G. CROMMELIN Montgomery. Ala. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR M. DENSON Hackensack. N. J. MR. AND MRS. JOE RICE DOCKERY MR. AND MRS. PETER A. GARRITY . .Forty Fort. Pa. MR. WILLIAM E. GRIESS Cincinnati. Ohio MR. AND MRS. FRED G. HAMMEL . . .Houston. Texas DR. AND MRS. J. HARTWELL HARRISON Brookline. Mass. MR. AND MRS. BEN HORTON Charlotte. N. C. DR. AND MRS. L. W. HULLEY. JR. . . .Richmond. Va. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH B. HUTCHISON .Atlanta, Ga. MRS. JOSEPH E. JOHNSON. JR Lookout Mountain. Tenn. MRS. CHRISTOPH KELLER. JR Harrison. Ark. MR. AND MRS. HUGER S. KING . . .Greensboro, N. C. REAR ADMIRAL AND MRS. EDWIN ELMER LOID, HI Hollister. Calif. Cleveland. Miss. REV. AND MRS. G. R. MacCLINTOCK . .Danville. Va. i6o MR. AND MKS. KDW AHI) McCHADY .Scwanee. Tenn. MRS. JOHN FiMHI) SIFINBERGER . . . .Richmond Va. -MR. A.M) .MRS. i:. K. MATFERN Salem. Va. MR. AM) MRS. I. L. MORTON. JR. . Washin-ton. I). C. 11{. AM) MRS. LEON C. OTIS Wvnncuo,,,!. I ' a MR. AND MRS. W. EDWARD OVERLY Wyomissing. Pa. .MR. AND MRS. WALTER WELLL GTON PARKER. JR Henderson, N. C. MRS. JOHN JILHS PRINGLE. JR. ..C.lumbia. S. C. MRS. WALTER REINERS Larchmont. N. Y. MR. AND MRS. WH.LLX.M A. STEPHENSON Louisville, Ky. MR. C. WALLACE TIERNAN Essex Fells, N. J. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. 11 RNER . . Dari.n. C.mi. MR. AND MRS. THOMAS R. VAl (;HAN Bronxville, N. Y. DR. m MRS. CARL WORBOYS . . . .Syracuse, N. Y. MR. AND MRS. G. S. WRLFER. JK Nyack, N. Y. MR. AND MRS. R. R. RUSMISEL . . Sands Point, N. Y. CAPTAIN AND MRS. JOSEPH YON . . . Newport. R. 1. MR. AND MRS. ANDREW J. SCHRODER. II MR. AND MRS. GILBERT A. YOUNGS . . .Atlanta. Ga. Moyland, Pa. i6i LYNCHBURG ' S NEW DOWNTOWN BANKING CENTER W NATIONAL TRUST AINO SAVIIVCiS B A ' K ,f,a iVHir£ n ' ' ' ' Ford Sales and Service 24 Years Amherst Ford Dealer COMPLIMENTS OF POSTWAY COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 712 CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA rs-- 1 Majoring in -rl. . !-• A , ; rie rum Mri of Fashion oMimA — —Baldv vin ' s Dept. Store . . . 812 A ain St. MISS McCARRON for FLOWERS 722 Main Street Phone VI 7-5566 Member of Floral Telegraph Delivery I i Z5riar f- atck Jy nn i6i -? ' Jt •;? -.7 J :.T W7 r -J ' «iif WATKINS SALT FOR CHEMICALS TEXTILES WATER SOFTENING LIVESTOCK FEEDS FOOD PROCESSING TABLE USE Wkerever A Pure Evaporated Salt Is Needed WATKINS SALT COMPANY WATKINS GLEN, NEW YORK Shia- 1898 163 DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR YOU— A Thrift! Checking Accounf with you in mind Your Name and Sweet Briar College On Each Check The Sweet Briar College Seal on an attractive checkbook cover (Choice of two styles) Lynchburg National Bank and Trust Company Offices in Amherst, Madison Heights and Lynchburg CARROUSEL For the necessities that aren ' t necessary BURGH AND OGDEN RCA Records- — Televls on — Appliances Tel jphone WH 6-3381 Amherst, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF AMHERST PHARMACY AMHERST, VIRGINIA PHONE VI 6-131 I GUGGENHEIMER ' S Ours Exclusively A New Kind of Make Up Beauty Formula Blended By JOHN ROBERT POWERS Cosmetics — Street Floor COME IN TODAY SUPERIOR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS AMHERST, VIRGINIA Laundry Dry C eaning WH 6-301 1 WH -461 1 CROSSROADS ESSO SERVICE ESSO PRODUCTS Routes 29 60 Amherst. Va. W. L. MASSIE, Proprietor Phone WHitehall 6-331 I 164 _♦ ..♦ ' J? •-♦ ■,• • ♦ WE ARE PLEASED TO BE A SSOCI AT ED WITH THE GROUPS THINKING, PLANNING, BUILDING AND WORK- ING FOR A FINER SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE C. L. LEWIS CO., INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA CURRENTLY BUILDING THE META GLASS D O R M I T O R Y - D I N I N G HALL ♦ t • Milk ... Ice Cream . . . Cottage Cheese . . . Butter edtove QUALITY f %.. ,M CHEKD DAIRY PRODUCTS LYNCHBURG-WESTOVER DAIRIES, INC. LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA PHONE VI 7-4471 THE COLUMNS Fashions in Foods COMPLIMENTS OF William B. and Mary R. Gillies COMPLIMENTS OF VALDOSTA DRUG COMPANY VALDOSTA, GEORGIA VIRGINIA S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORES Now 2 Great Stores to serve you in Lynchburg ; MILLER RHOADS Pittman Plaza MILLER RHOADS 8th Main Streets — Downtown :; 515555 ... THE PORTRAITS APPEARING IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY SMITH STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Official Portrait Photographers For The 1962 BRIAR PATCH Additional Pictures May Be Ordered From Our Studio As These Negatives Are Kept In Our Files. 14 E. Hargett St. Raleigh, N. C. . . . A ♦ - FOR SPORTSWEAR DRESSES SKIRTS SWEATERS ACCESSORIES PERFUME JEWELRY LINGERIE STORK ' S INC THE AVENUE SHOP 2484 Rivermonf Ave. VI 6-4208 FOR T H FURNITURE VIRGINIAN RESTAURANT 124 M ain Street H omecooked Food Reasonable Prices Mr. and Mrs. Deward A. Merkle As Patrons JORDANS TAXI SERVICE WH 6-6001 " Say It With Flowers " DOYLE ' S FLORISTS 708 Ma n Street Phone VI 6-6581 We Telegraph Powe ' S World Wide SHOES SPORTSWEAR CLOTHING WAILES STOP-IN SHOP AMHERST, VIRGINIA J. P. BELL CO. Est. 1859 PRINTERS • BOOKS • STATIONERS 616 Main St. Phone Victor 5-3435 Lynchburg Va. :Jt ■•»? .jf ' J! ::,y .-r jf • ' i :♦ • .♦ -..♦ ■ ' ,♦ . -♦ •,• V ,. LADIES ' SPORTSWEAR AT SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE on Route 29 North under the Willow Tree DANCE at the PARKWAY INN Since 1886 Fine Footwear COLEMAN ' S LYNCHBURG WHEN IN LYNCHBURG Drop in to see us — BROWN-MORRISON COMPANY, INCORPORATED Stationers — Printers Headquarters For All Makes of Portable Typewriters Sales — Service — Repairs 1616 Main Street Plenty of Free Parking At Main Street Expressway Exit SCHEWEL FURNITURE CO. Incorporated 1023 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg ' s Largest and Most Popular Furniture Store AIR CONDITIONED U.S. 29 AMHERST, VA. HOURS: 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. WH 6-3331 MRS. W. L. BRYANT W. ROWLAND JONES FRESH MEATS, FANCY GROCERIES and GENERAL MERCHANDISE THAT GOOD GULF GAS AND OIL South of Amherst on Route 29 fV6 f " Ko boWTn 9th and Main jn-J PIttman Plaia REGISTERED JEWELER— AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 169 » ♦. j «, ' : ' •■: , L V ' ♦- . W ist ' s in a corporate symbol? Well, it depends on your point oj view. Taken literally, in the case oj The Crossett Company, there are five trees and the word Crossett inside a square. In the syynholist ' s terms, the square shape of the symbol represents the orderly, planned growth which is so much a part oj Crossett. Overall, the five trees within the square represent The Crossett Company ' s managed jorest. Taken separately, the three largest trees stand jor the company ' s three major product areas — hiinber, paper and charcoal-chemicals; the two smaller trees in the background symbolize the growing jorests which sustain these manu- jacturing activities. But no matter the point oj view, the Crossett symbol means The Crossett Company — employer, corporate citizen, owner and manager of jorestland and reliable source oj jorest products since 1899. THE CROSSETT COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF FOREST PRODUCTS CROSSETT, ARKANSAS 170 iff fj tp A Symbol of Outstanding Salesmanship BROCKMAN CHEVROLET, INC. Sales and Service for Cfievrolets and Oldsmobile Amherst, Va. WH 6-2611 SAVE AND MAKE IT A HABIT Current Dividend Rate 4% Per Year LYNCHBURG FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 6 I 5 Church Street I 990 Fort Avenue LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA COMPLIMENTS OF Planters Fertilizer And Phosphate Co. Charleston, S. C. Charlotte, N. C. PRICE WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE 7071 2 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. " Home of THE VILLAGER VOGUE LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Compliments of S hr ev e po r t , Louisiana 171 K ,K • Mc Mullen • Pendleton • Villager • Baltimore Trouser • Lady Manhattan • Etienne Aigner WILLS- ■CAMP COMPANY 819 MAIN STREET " for that look you like " im PHONE WHItehall 6-7981 Amherst Motor Court At The Traffic Circle— U. S. 29 At 60 AMHERST, VIRGINIA Modern Court — Good Food Available FREE TV AND AIR CONDITION F. E. HAMILTON, Owner and Operator MAMA GEORGE Homemade Pizza Pie On Friday an d Saturday AMHERST , VIRGINIA PEARSON ' S DRUG STORES VI 74473 Phone VI 64666 2476 Rivermont Ave, 4109 Boonsboro Road Serving Sweet Briar College Students, Faculty, Staff CENTRAL VIRGINIA TELEPHONE CORP. Amherst Sweet Briar lyx THE POLYNESIAN ROOM OF THE HOLIDAY INN ROUTE 29 NORTH OF LYNCHBURG Patterson ' s Drug Store Madison Heights COMPLIMENTS OF BURNETT TIRE COMPANY Lynchburg, Virginia Recommended by " ' ' ai DUNCAN MINES « 100% Air Conditioned — Sound Proof Free Room Television Room Phones White Oaks Motel Adioining Payton Place Restaurant U. S. HIGHWAY 29 AMHERST, VIRGINIA WILLIAM E. SANFORD, Owner Dial 94-6251 I S m w The SWEET BRIAR HOME FOR TRADITIONAL FASHIONS 8th and Main and Pittman Plaza dllxlll liOllm CI ' OIIT INIUIANCI COirOIATJON • IIDIIAl tllllvl trtii 73 BiM nHB • • •♦■ . •» r - T ' :.- T.- ' ■• ■:■« T, T. » Ve ' re proud of our part in designing and engraving Ihe Schools that want outstanding annuals year after year have turn ed. to us. We work hard to give each school every good reason to continue with our com- pany. Our experience, art department and plant know-how, and continuous 1962 BRIAR PATCH personal service assure prompt atten- tion to every detail. Let our representa- tive tell you about the many satisfied schools, agencies, printers and editors we serve. Lynchburg Engraving Company incorporated box 720 lynchburg, va. 174 ■ l - ' ! ' : ' ; ' " i4 3Metnarabte 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 literar ' 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 1962 Staff selected us to help design, print and bind the Briar Patch. We have earnestly endeavored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. W. WARTHEIV COMPAIVY LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 5 c VI VMCVlf I would like to acknowledge my great debt in the production of this book to Mr. William L. Burton and Mr. William P. Blackwell, our printer and our engraver, for their interest and assistance at all times. Mr. Joseph Mur- phy brought our ideas down to paper in designing the cover, and in helping to coordinate the layout of the book with our theme. Mr. A. F. Smith and his associates made all our portrait pictures. Mrs. Eniest Eldridge spent long hours at Sweet Briar making our group pictures of clubs, activities, and May Day, bringing not only her camera and creative ideas, but her un- failing good humor through many upsets and crises. Miss Martha von Briesen kindly allowed us to paw through her files for campus views and extra shots. Dr. Lawrence G. Nelson was our adviser in all respects: from aesthetic criti- cism to the inglorious task of proofreading. Despite the invaluable assistance of these people, and of my staff, any errors in the product of this labor must stand as my own responsibility. 176 ♦- ♦ ' ♦- ♦ -♦ •,♦ -♦ . -• , -♦ ' ♦ ' . . .. k k i « « ♦♦ , ♦..••, t, ' . ♦ " ' J! . -T wr .•T r7 « ; ♦ ' ,♦ J -♦ ..♦ ■« - ' ' - ' ' . _ .. ft « 4 «


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