U Of Penn Women Student Govt - Record Book Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1945
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Someone 0nce Saicf,
"It's the little things that count" and on this auspicious occasion-
the Graduation of the Class of 1945-we have come to realize the
true meaning of those words. For after all, it is the little things
that will bring back memories of our college days in the years to
rome-a faded football pennant . . . a yellowed play program . . .
ticket stubs . . . a withered gardenia . . . painted favors . . .
some torn newspaper clippings-just junk tucked away in an old
scrap book. But it won't be junk to us-rather, it will be a book
opening before our eyes. A book of memories that will bring laughter
and tears . . . remembrances of work and fun . . . of four happy
years shared together . . . of being, above all, a Pennsylvania
woman. This, then, is our memory book to be tucked away carefully
in our hearts forever.
'7!w 04:44 of 1945
We will a aememhea-
Althea Kratz Hottel,
Dean of Women
For her sense of humor, her encouraging smile . . .
Beranse of her personal interest in each one of
ns . . .
Befanse of the meaning she has given our college
years . . .
For the inspiration to barry on the standards of
Penns,vl'uania women everywhere . . .
,Ind for ronntless ofher reasons, we dedifate our
Reforrl Book to Mrs. Hottel.
OUR APPRECIATION AND GRATUUDE IS
EXPRESSED TO THIC BIEIWBICRS OF THIC
ADMINISTRATION XYHOSF f10OPliR.-XTION
AND INTEREST HAS HELIJFD OUR YEARS
AT PENN TO BE SUCCESSFUL.
THOM .KS S. GATES
GEORGE XY. Mc'C'I,IfT,T,.XNl7 ITXUT. KIUSSICR ,I CLTCKIICNS KOLU
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Hey Day, the last real function of the Senior
Class is finally here. At graduation we may be
talked over, cheered over, prayed over and cried
over, but on Hey Day we have our celebration
for ourselves. Looking back over this year, the
many activities recall themselves in jumbled
The Class of '45 got off to a flying start when
it elected Midge Hill president. As our sopho-
more prexy she gave us a sample of her orig-
inality and initiative by expanding Sophomore
Day into Sophomore Week, and senior year,
spoke up for another session of rousing activity
under her leadership.
Undergraduate Camp gave the seniors their
first chance to display their mettle. Patience
Franks was elected chairman of the Freshman
Tea Committee, and did her best to make the
neophytes feel at home at Penn. Phyllis Steven-
son was made cheerleader: Marguerite Boyd was
her assistant. We held up '45 traditions by carry-
ing off musical honors for our retort at the
january 15 arrived just as we were getting
Christmas out of our systems and Senior Week,
under Emily Gamber's chairmanship, put most
of us in need of another vacation. Monday got
the ball rolling with the Sophomore Luncheon
and Dr. Hottel's tea. The freshmen did the en-
tertaining with a tea on Tuesday. The alumnae
supper at Sergeant, Where "Betty jordan" made
quite a hit by offering the seniors cookbooks,
gave Wednesday a permanent place in the
week's memorabilia. Poetry Commission and the
Junior Tea filled Thursday, and the trip to
the Ice Follies on Friday evening put the cap
on the year's Senior Week. A goodly share of
the credit for the success of the Weeks activities
belongs to Carol Dickson's publicity committee.
Patience Franks provided us with emblems
worthy of the memories of Senior Week of 1945
when she selected light leather wallets impressed
with the seal of the university.
Exams crept up on us before we realized that
we had been letting studies go by the board,
and we had to drop our senior superiority and
cram with the rest of the classes. As the spring
semester started, seniors began a mad rush on
the university photographer to get their pictures
for Record Book and then sat down to fill in
activity sheets. A spring rushing season added a
new pressure to our crowded last semester.
The tea for juniors with Shirley Clemens as
chairman and the Sophomore Tea finished off the
class social activities for this year. lYe resumed
the traditional May Day Pageant this year and
entertained our May Queen at f'The Ernperor's
After today, the juniors will have moved into
our places and we shall have added another vine
to the ivy weighted walls of Penn. It has been
a job well done by the class ofhcers: Midge Hill,
president, Margaret Blair, vice-president: Eva
Repetto, secretary, and the Senior Class Council.
None of us will forget the teas, class meetings,
commissions, dates, class songs and friends that
four years of Penn have brought us. We are all
proud to be called Pennsylvania women.
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503 S. 44th St. Easton, Pa. 1306 Wayne Ave. 13th St. :S Lindley Ave. 260 S. 6th St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Topeka, Kan. Philadelphia, Pa. Lebanon, Pa.
ADSIT-College for Women, lune '45, Kappa Delta . . . Settlement House, 1, 2, 3, C. A., 1, 2,
3, 4: Presbyterian Cabinet, 2, S, 4: Rifle Team, 25 l.V. Soft Ball, 35 Swimming Team, 4. O
ALFF- -College for Women, lune '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . Choral Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club, 3, 4. I ANSTAETT'-Nurs. Education, lune '45 . . . Nursina Ed. Association. O
ARONSON-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Louis Marshall Council, lg lnternational House,
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of French Club, 47 Choral Society, lg Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4. O
ARTZ- Nurs. Education, lune '45. Alpha Omicron Pi . . . Bennett News Business Staff, 2, 3,
- ' t' Center,
Business Manager, 4, Business Manager Freshman Handbook, 4, Service lnformaion
3, 4, Choral Society, 3, 4.
S h 1 of Education lurie '45 Zeta Tau Alpha. O AVERBACKfCollege for
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Women, October '44. I BADGER--elllmann-Carter, lune '45. Chi Omega . . . C. A, Canterbury
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, l.V. Swimming, 2, Penn Players, 1, Choral Society, 3, 45 Golf, 2, Settlement
House, 2. I BAGDON-4Co11ege for Women, lune '45 . . . Louis Marshall Cbuncil, 1. O
BARDSLEY--College for Women, March '45, Trans. from Beaver College. Alpha Chi Omega . . .
Bennett News. 2.
Barbara Atkinson Diane Averback lane Hillis Badger Lorraine Bagdon Lois Bardsley
Buckingham, Pa. 2434 S. 3rd St. 7036 Marsden St. 1347 Tabor Rd. 211 Summit Ave
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. lenkintown, Pa
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Margaret Gibson Baxter Mary Louise Beck Margaret Wright Blair Edythe Weiss Bloom Ianet Bowen
Abbotsford 61 Morris St. l25 Radnor St. 1620 Wakeling St. 4260 Parkside Ave. 49 Melrose Ave.
Germantown, Pa. Bryn Mawr, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. East Orange, N. I.
BAXTER-lllman-Carter, lune '45, Alpha Xi Delta . . . C. A. Cabinet, 4, Canterbury Club Vestry,
2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Class Commission, l, 2, 3, 4, Settlement House, 2, 3, Bazaar, 4, Green Lane
Counselor, 2, 4, Choral Society, l, 2, 3, lunior-Frosh Tea Chairman, 3, Chairman Mother-Daughter
Dinner, 4. I BECK-College for Women, lune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Red Cross, 3, 4,
Varsity Tennis, l, 2, 3, 4, Choral Society, l, 2, 3, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Gamma, Clhi, 2, 3, 4, French
Club, 3, May Court, 3, Varsity Badminton Team, 3. O BLAIR-Colleae for Women, Tune '45.
Alpha Xi Delta . . . C, A. Cabinet, l, 2, 3, Bazaar, l, 2, 3, 4, Green Lane Counselor, l, 2, 3,
Red Cross, 3, Vice-chairman, 4, Senior-Frosh Tea Chairman, l, Soph Supper Chairman, 2,
Pirate's Ball Chairman, 3, New Student Tea Chairman, 4, Vice-president of Class, 4, Bowling
Green, 3, 4, Sphinx and Key, 3, Who's Who, 3, 4. 0 BLOOM-lllman-Carter, August '45.
Sigma Delta Tau . . . Choral Art Society, 2, Basketball Team, 2. O BOWEN-School of
Education, lune '45,
BOYD-College for Women, lune '45, Alphd Xi Delta . . . Hockey, l, 2, 3, 4, Badminton, 2, 3, 4,
Manager, 2, 3, Basketball Team, l, 2, Softball Team, 2, 3, 4, I.V. Tfennis, l, W. A. A. Repre-
sentative, l, W. A, A. Secretary, 4, C. A. Commission Leader, 4, C. A. Cabinet, 4, Glee Club, l, 2,
Who's Who, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 4, Phi Beta Kappa, 3, 4, Athlon Athletic Society, 4. O
BRENNAN-College for Women, October '44. Kappa Kappa Gamma. . .Class Council, 2,
Golf, l, 2, 3, 4, l.V. Swimming Team, 2, Lacross, 4, Choral Society, l, 3, Redt Cross, 4, May
Court, 2, Treasurer of Fraternity, 4. 0 BRESSEN-Oollege for Women, lune '45. O
BRUMBAUGH-College for Women, October '44, Delta Delta Delta. . .Red Cross-Nurses'
Aide, 3, 4. O BUCKLEY-College for Women, March '45. Zeta Tau Alpha. .
Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4, President ot Fraternity, 4.
Marguerite E. Boyd
l30 Strathmore Rd.
Brookline, Del. Co., Pa.
Barbara Brennan Iudith Alice Bressen Anne S. Brumbauqh
270 E. Main St. 5439 Gainor Rd. l W. Windemere Ter.
Clarkesburg, W. Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Lansdowne, Pa.
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624 Buffalo St. l9 N. Woodward Ave. 6107 McMahon Ave. 6425 N. Beechwood St. 7928 Park Ave.
Franklin, Pa. Roselle, Wilmington, Del. Philadelphia, Pa. Germantown, Pa. Elkins Park, Pa.
CALLAWAY-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, l, 2, Sergeant Hall Social
Chairman, 2, 3, Penn Players, l, 2, 3, Caducean Society, 4, Seraeant Hall Resident Council,
l, 2, 3. O CHETKOWSKA-Nurs. Education, lune '45 . . . Nurs. Education Association O
CLAYTON-College tor Women, August '45. Alpha Ornicron Pi . . . Brazilian Club, 4, French
Club, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Pi Delta Phi, 4, International House, 4, Choral Society, l, C. A. Com-
0 CLEMENS4College for Women, lune '45, Alpha
Omicron Pi . . .Choral Society, l, May Day, 2, C. A. Commission, l, 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic
Council, l, 2, Vice-president, 3, Green Lane Counselor, 4, President of Fraternity, 4, Pi Gamma
Mu, 4, Record Book Stall, 4, Senior-lunior Tea Chairman, 4, Permanent Class Secretary, 4. O
COMBER-School of Education, March '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Class Cheerleader, l, 2, 3,
Vigilance Committee, l, 2, Class Council, l, 3, Newman Club, l, 2, 3, Hockey, l, 2, Basket-
ball, 2, Who's Who, 4.
mission, l, Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4.
COONEY-College for Vxlomen, lune '45, Kappa Alpha 'llheta . . . Choral Society, l, 2, Glee
Club, l, 2, Class Council, l. O DACKERMAN4College for Women, lune '45. Alpha Xi
Delta . . . President oi W. S. G. A., 4, Executive Council, 3, 4, Governing Board, 3, 4, President
of lunior Class, 3, Green Lane Counselor, 2, 3, Senior Head Counselor, 4, Vice-president Class, l,
Class Council, 2, 4, Sphinx and Key, 3, Penn Players, 2, 3, Property' Chairman, 4, Softball, Z, 3,
Captain, 4, Basketball Manager, 2, 3, VV. A. A. Coundl, 2, 3, 4, Athlon Athletic Society, 4,
Who's Who, 3, 4, C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4, Newman Club, l, Z, 3, 4, Permanent Class President, 4. I
DALSHER, A.-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, l. I DALSHER, H.-,College
for Women, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, l. O DAMSKY-School of Education, lune '45 . . .
Bennett News Business Staff, 2, 3, 4.
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437 Newbold Rd. 8316 Forrest Ave.
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6234 Hazel Ave.
Concetta Ann De Leo
724 N. 65th St.
4936 Pine St.
Nettie Diamond Mary Iay Dickerson Carol Dickson
2444 S. 9th St. 39 Ardmore Ave. 350 Roumfort Rd.
Philadelphia, Pa. Lansdowne, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
DE LEO-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Red Cross, lg Bennett News, l. O DIAMOND, C.e
lllmann-Carter, lune '45 . . . Red Cross, lg Tag Day, 2, 3. I DIAMOND, N.-College for
Women, lune '45 . . . Varsity Softball, 3. O DICKERSONeColleqe for Women, October '44.
Zeta Tau Alpha. I DICKSON--Colleqe for Women, lune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma.
DIETZfSchool of Education, lune '45 . . . German Club, l. I DI GIOVANNIeSchool of
Education, lune '45, Alpha Xi Delta . . . Mortar Board, Vice president 4, President 4, Who's
Who, 45 Pi Delta Phi 3, Secretary 45 lunior Week Committee, 3: C. A. Bazaar, 3, 47 Green
Lane Counselor, 1, 2, French Club, 47 W. A. A. Council, 2, 31 Newman Club, lg Phi Gamma
Mu, 4, W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 45 School of Ed. Student Advisory Board 2, 3, Vice--
chairman, 4. O DI NICCO--Colleqe for Women, March '45 . . . Red. Cross, lg Italian Club
l, 4, Secretary 2, President 3: American Chemical Society, 3, 4. O DISBROW-College for
Women, lune '45, Trans. from University of Delaware. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Red'Cross 3,
Blood Donor Chairman, 4, C. A. Bazaar, 3. O DUFFYvSchool of Education, March '45.
Zeta Tau Alpha.
513 W. Girard Ave.
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Marie Doris di Giovanni Marie A. Di Nicco Mary Ann Disbrow
l6l5 Ellsworth St. 40 Chestnut Terrace 27 W. Ridley Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. Ridley Park, Pa,
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2223 N, 2nd St.
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lean Ellen Duvoisin Anna May L. Dych Hester Caldwell Eckert Maryiane Ede Eleanor lane Edwards
105 N. Diamond St. 1030 E. Columbia Ave. 5427 Wayne Ave. 309 Robinson Ave. 1615 N. Edgewood St.
Clifton Heights, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Germantown, Pa. Pen Argyl, Pa. Overbrook, Pa.
DUVOISIN-lllmanACarter, lune '45 . . . C. A. Canterbury Club, 2, 3, 4, Choral Society, 3, 4,
Gamma Chi, 4. O DYCH-College lor Women, Iune '45 , . . American Chemical Society, 3,
Caducean Society, 4, German Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 4,
Phi Beta Kappa, 4. O ECKERTP-College for Women, March '45, O EDEeCo1lege for
Women, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, 1, 2, 3, Methodist Cabinet, 2, 3, 4. O EDWARDS-
School of Education, lune '45. Alpha Xi Delta . . . W. S. G. A. Governing Board 4, Treasurer
W. S. G. A. 4, Executive Council, 4, Sphinx and Key, 3, C. A. Commission Chairman, 4, C. A.
Cabinet, 4, Chairman Mother-Daughter Dinner, 2, Basketball Manager, 4, W. A. A. Council, 4,
Choral Society, l, 2.
EVERLlNGflllman-Carter, March '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . Penn Players, 2, 3, 4, May Day, 2,
Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 4, German Club, 4. O FACTOR-College for Women,
lune '45 . . .Phi Mu Epsilon 3, Secretary 4, Phi Beta Kappa, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 4. O
FARLEY--College for Vfomen, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, 3, Red Cross Nurses Aide, 3, Friends
Group-C. A., 3, 4. O FIEND---College for Women, Iune '45, Trans. from Bryn Mawr College
. . . C. A. Cabinet, 4, C. A. Westminster Cabinet, 3, 4. O FINKLESTEIN--College for Women,
lune '45 . . . Varsity Softball, 3, l.V. Basketball, 4
M. Laureen Everling Stella Factor Edith Y. Farley Lisabeth Marie Feind Elaine Finklestein
5340 Oakland St. 2540 Kensington Ave. 202 W. Richardson Ave. Bryn Mawr, Pa. 2277 E, Cambria St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Langhorne, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
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Ieanne Robertson Fiske Beverly Flood Betty E. Franks Patience A. Franks Deborah Friedland
Lower Merion, Pa. Monmouth lunction, N. I. l6l7 Park Blvd. 424 Larchwood Ave. 5238 N. Sydenham St.
Camden, N. I. Upper Darby, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
I-'ISKE-College for Women, lune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Dramatics, l, 2, 3, 47 Glee
Club, 4: Choral Society, 3, 47 Red Cross, 4, United Nations Conference, 4, American Academy
ot Political and Social Science, 4. O FLOOD-School of Education, lune '4.5. Kappa Alpha
Theta. I FRANKS, B.fColleqe for Women, lune '45, Trans. from Agnes Scott Colleqe, Ga.
Alpha Omicron Pi. . . PanAHellenic Council, 4. I FRANKS. P.flllman-Carter, lune '45.
Alpha Ornicron Pi . . . Record Book 2, 3, Editor 47 Red Cross Board 3, War Fund Chairman 4,
W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 45 Who's Who, 41 Class Council, 4, Emblem, Chairman, 4, Ring
Chairman, 3, C. A. Cabinet, 3, Freshman Handbook 3, Editor 45 Canterbury Club Vestry 2, 3,
Secretary 4, Chairman Senior-Frosh Tea, 4, May Day, 2, Chairman. War Chest Drive, 3. I
FRIEDLAND-College for Women, lune '45. Sigma Delta Tau.
FRIEDLANDER--College for Vxfomen, lune '45 . . . Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4, Sergeant Hall Resident
Council, 2, 3, 4, W. S. G. A. Planning Committee, 4, Softball, 2, 3, 4. O GAMBER-Colieqe
for Women, lune '45, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Class President, lg Class Council, 2, 45 C. A.
Cabinet l, 4, Vigilance Committee Chairman, 2, Senior Week Chairman, 45 May Court, ly
Mortar Board, Vice-president, 4: Phi Beta Kappa, 41 Pi Gamma Mu, 45 May Court, 4. O
GARAGUSOvSchool of Education, lune '45, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Choral Society, Z7 Newman
Club 2, 3, Vicefpresident 4, Settlement House, 4, President of Fraternity, 4j Pen-Hellenic Council,
2, 3, 4, Red Cross, 3. O GEORGEfSchool of Education, lune '45. O GLENNON-School
of Education, March '45, Trans. irom School of Nursing, Iersey City, N. I.
F. Ruth Friedlander Emily M. Gamber Anita Marie Garaguso Margaret George Catherine Glennon
324 Foster St. l67 Blackburne Ave. 612 N. 64th St. Oqontz G Olney Aves. 146 Hillside Rd.
Greensburg, Pa. Lansdowne, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Elizabeth, N. I.
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Elkins Court Apts. 6245 Addison St. McCallum Manor 200 E. Groves Lane 2405 N. 57th St.
Elkins Park, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Mt. Airy, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
GOFF-College for Women, October '44. Sigma Delta Tau . . . Bennett News, l, 2, Swimming
Team, l, 2, 3, 4, Service lnformation Center, 3, 4, Louis Marshall Society, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross, 3, 4,
C. A. Bazaar, 3. I GOTTLIEB-College ion Women, lune '45 . . . Vice-chairman of Braille,
Phi Beta Kappa, 4. I GRANTW-College for Women, March '45. O GRASS-College for
Women, October '44. O GREENSPAN'--College for Women, lune '45. Delta Phi Epsilon . . .
Bennett News, 2, 3, Hillel, 4, Louis Marshall, l, 2, 3, Red Cross Hospital Work, 4, Tuberculosis
GREY, I.--School of Education, lune '45. Kappa Alpha Theta . . . May Day, l, C. A., l, 2, 3. I
GREY, N.fSchool of Education, Iune '45. Kappa Alpha Theta . . . May Day, l, Eta Sigma Phi,
l, 2, C. A., l, 2, 3. I GRIFFITH-V College for Women, March '45. Alpha Xi Delta . . .
Resident Council 2, 3, President, 4, W. A. A. Representative, 2, Red Cross, 2, Caclucean Society, 4,
Delta Phi Alpha, 4, Phi Beta Kappa, 4, Who's Who, 4, German Club, 4, C. A. Bazaar, 2, 3, 4. I
GRIFFITHS-College tor Women, March '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Secretary Class, 3, Class
Council 3, Penn Players 2, 3, Secretary 4, Chairman Hey Day Tea, 3, Bennett News, 3, 4,
Bowling Green, 2, Dean's List, 3, Sergeant l-lall Resident Council, 3, 4, C. A. Canterbury Club,
2, 3, 4, Record Book Stalt, 4, O GROOTS-College tor Women, March '45. Sigma Delta Tau
. . . Bennett News, l, Settlement House, l, 2, Red Cross, 2, C. A. Bazaar, 2, 3, Tag Day, 2.
Ieane Wharton Grey Mary Nancy Grey Shirley Louise Griffith Edith Evelyn Griffiths Helen Groots
405 Bryn Mawr Ave. 405 Bryn Mawr Ave. 54 Butler St. 2l Crescent Rd. 5820 l2th St.
Cynwyd, Pa. Cynwyd, Pa. Forty Fort, Pa. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Philadelphia, Pa.
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703 Redman Ave. 606 Zolhinqer Way 323 Kent Rd.
Haddonfield, N. I. Merion, Pa. Cynwyd, Pa.
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400 lst Ave.
2402 Avon Rd.
HADLEY-College for Women, lune '45 . . Choral Society, l, 2, 35 Glee Club, l, 2, 45 Red
Cross, lg C. A. Bazaar, l, 25 French Club, 45 Pirate's Ball Committee. I HAINES-College
for Women, March '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma. . ,Varsity Tennis, l, 35 l.V. Basketball, lp
Bowling Team, 25 Varsity Golf Team, 4. O HAMlVl'ER4Colleqe for Women, October '44
Delta Delta Delta . . . Red Cross, Nurses Aide 3, Vice-chairman 4. O HAWK-College for
Women, lune '45 . . . German Club, l, 2, 35 Bed Cross Nurses Aide, 35 Caducean Society, l, 45
American Chemical Society, 35 Presbyterian Cabinet, l, 2, 3, 4. O HAYS-Fine Arts,
October '44 . . . Gamma Chi, 45 Music Club, l, Z, 3, 45 Choral Society, l, 2, 3, 45 Class Cou
Commissions l, 2.
HIGGINSON-College for Women, lune '45, O HILL--College for Women, lune '45,
Alpha Theta . . . Class President, 2, 45 Class Council, l, 35 May Day, l, 2, 45 Penn Player
President 3, 45 Bowling Green 3, President 45 Chairman Father-Daughter Banquet, 35 C. A. C
2, 45 C. A. Bazaar, 2, 45 Who's W'ho, 3, 45 Sphinx and Key, 35 W. S. G. A. Governing
2, 3, 4, Executive Council 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary f3, Planning' Committee 45 Penn Players
Best Director Award Z, Director Z, 3, 45 Glee Club, l O HILLES--School of Education,
lune '45. O HOAGLAND-College for Women, March '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . C. A.
Bazaar, 3, 4. O HODGKINS-School of Education, lune '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . Choral
Society, lg Glee Club, l5 Penn-Hellenic Council, 2, 35 Red Cross, 25 Settlement House, 25 G
Club, 25 Westminster Cabinet l, 2, President 3 Music Club, l, 2.
Louise M. Higginson Mildred Hill lane W. Hilles
ll28 Wakeling St. l255 Mt. Olivet Bd., N.E. Swarthmore Apts.
Philadelphia, Pa. Washington, D, C. Swarthmore, Pa.
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350 Hickory Lane
Haddonfield, N. I.
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530 Laurel Rd.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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305 Fleet St. 426 E. Franklin St. 452 Glyn-Wynne Rd. 220 Township Line
Pottsville, Pa. Slatington, Pa. Haverford, Pa. Llanerch, Del. Co., Pa.
1131 N. 65th St.
HOMA-School of Education, lune '45. Alpha Omicron Pi . . . Red Cross, l, 2, 4, Volunteer
Hospital Aide, 4, May Court Program, 2. O HUGHES-School of Education, Iune '45 . . .
Red Cross, 2, Sergeant Hall House Committee 3, Chairman 4, Vice-president 4, President 4,
W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 4. O HUMPHREY-'College for Women, Iune '45. Kappa
Kappa Gamma . . . Varsity Badminton, 2, Red Cross, 3, 4, Panel-lellenic Council, 2, 3, President
of Fraternity, 4. O IAMES-lllman-Carter, Iune '45, Alpha Chi Omega . . f. Trans. from
Ursinus College. O IUS'l'INelllman-Carter, Iune '45, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Fraternity Social
Chairman 3, Pledge Mother 4.
KAPLAN, D.-College for Women, Iune '45 . . . Service information Center, l, 2, 4, Varsity
Basketball, l, 2, 3, Bennett News, l, Red Cross, l, 2, 4, Louis Marshall Council, 2, Hillel, 4,
Volunteer Hospital Work, 4, Brazilian Club, 4, Spanish Club 4. O KAPLAN. F.-College
for Women, lune '45. O KENNEDY-College for Women, Iune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma
. . . Varsity Softball, l, Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 3, Chairman Tuberculosis Seals Sale, 4. O
KING-College for Women, Iune '45, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Red Cross, 4. O KINNAMAN
-College for Women, Iune '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Bennett News, l, 2.
Doris S. Kaplan Flora Kaplan Elizabeth Ann Kennedy lane Faunce King Virginia C. Kinnaman
6Bl2 N. Sth St. 3029 Diamond St. lll2 Montgomery Ave. lU4 W. Springfield Ave. 512 Manor Rd.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia,Pa. Rosemont, Pa. Chestnut Hill, Pa. Wynwood, Pa.
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Mary M. Klaes Wilma Frances Korn Virgina Bates Kraemer Miriam R. Krieger Reba Levin
Dover, Del. 5536 Baltimore Ave. 1138 E. Stafford St. 216 McAlpin St 1531 Belmont Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
KLAES--'Nursing Education, Iune '45 . . . Nursing Education Association, O KORN V-School
ot Education, lune '45 . . . Louis Marshall Society 1, 2, Council 37 Hillel Foundation President, 45
Penn Players, 1, 2, 3, W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 3, Who's Who, 3. O KRAEMER-
College for Women, lune '45 Alpha Omicron Pi . , . Pan-Hellenic' Council, 27 May Day, 2, C. A.
Bazaar, 3, Green Lane Counselor, 4, Record Book, 47 Fraternity Treasurer, 37 Pi Mu Epsilon 3,
Secretary 4. I KRIEGERfCollege for Women, October '44, Trans. from Temple University
. . . Asst. Psychology Instructor, 4, O LEVIN--College for Women, March '45,
LEVINE---College for Women, October '44. Delta Phi Epsilon. . . Bennett News, 1, 37 Louis
Marshall, 3, 4, Record Book 3, Associate Editor 47 Modern Dance Group, l, 27 Red Cross, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer of Fraetrnity, 3, 47 C. A. Bazaar, 2, I. V. T'ennis, 4. I LIVING-STONfCollege for
Women, October '44. Alpha Chi Omega. I I.ONGENECKERgCollege for Women, lune '45,
Trans. from Russell Sage College. . . Settlement House, 27 German Club, 27 Modern Dance
Group, 35 Choral Society, 2, Christian Association, 4. O LUBICH--College for Women,
Tune '45 . . . Delta Phi Alpha, gf German Club, 2, 3, Service Information Center, 27 Choral
Society, 2, 3, Newman Club, l, 2. I LUSH---College for Women, lune '45 . . . Penn Players,
2, 3, Bowling Green, 27 Brazilian Club, 3.
Ruth Eva Levine lane Anne Livinston Nancy Longenecker Mildred N. Lubich
246 W. Upsal St. 1011 70th Ave. 3422 Walnut St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
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260 Meehan St.
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Dorothy MacFarland Edna Helen Mackie Ruth A. Mankin Rita Mann Rita Ann Murano
64 E. Clearfield Rd. 1728 Spruce St. 1354 Arbordale Rd. 217 Bound Brook Rd. 638 Fitzwater St.
Oakmont, Up. Darby, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Overbrook Manor, Pa, Dunellen, N. 1. Philadelphia, Pa.
MacFARLAND--College for Women, lune '45, Delta Delta Delta, O MACKIE-College for
Women, March '45 . . . Trans. from National Park lunior College. I MANKIN-HCollege for
Women, lune '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Bennett News, 1, 25 Class Nominating Committee, 2. O
MANN-College for Women, lune '45, Sigma Delta Tau . . . Bennett News l, 2, lunior
Editor 3, Copy Editor 4, Service lnformation Center 2, 3, President 47 Sphinx and Key, 35 Who's
Who, 41 Treasurer of Fraternity, 4, W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 41 Pi Gamma Mu, 4. I
MARANO-lllman-Carter, Iune '45. Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Newman Club, 2, 3, 4.
MARKLE-Nursing Education, October '44 . . . Nursing Ed. Association. I MARTIN-College
for Women, March '45. Zeta Tau Alpha. . .Pi Gamma Mu, 41 United Nations Conference
Representative, 4. O MCANANLY--College for Women, October '44, Alpha Xi Delta. O
McCOY---College for VVomen, lune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma. O McDOWELL-lllman-Carter,
Iune '45, Trans. from Hood College. Chi Omega . . . Red Cross, 4.
Mary V. Markle Elisabeth Lois Martin Ioan Mcl-lnanly Ruth McCoy E. Winiired McDowell
542 King St. 318 Madison St. 3043 Carman St. 30 West End Ave. 5 Stellar Place
Philadelphia, Pa. Sayre, Pa. Camden, N. I. Haddonfield, N. l. Pelham Manor, N. Y.
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5602 Angora Ter. 231 Forrest Ave.
SENIOR CLASS OF 1945
lean C. McMackin
l822 Ferry St.
Elizabeth M. Meiswinkel
649 16th Ave.
Prospect Park, Pa.
MCHENRY--Fine Arts, October '44 . . .
Chi, 47 Red Cross, 25 Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4. O MCLAUGHLIN--Eine Arts, Iune '45. Kappa
Kappa Gamma. O MCMACKIN--School of Education, lune '45, Alpha Xi Delta . . . Penn
Players, l, 27 Choral Society, l, 2, 37 Red Cross, l, 2, 3: May Day, 1, 4, Treasurer of Fra-
ternity, 4. I McWILLIAMSeSchool of Education, Iune '-45. Chi Omega. C MEISWINKEL-f
School ot Education, lune '45, Trans. from St. loseph's College, Maryland . . . Choral Society, 37
Christian Association, 3, 4.
Choral Society, l, 2, 3, 47 Music Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Gamma
MERION Colleqe for Women, lune '45. Alpha Omicron Pi . . . Bennett News l, 2, 3, Editor-in-
Chief 4, C. A. Cabinet, l, 2, 3, 47 Canterbury Club Vestry l, 2, President 3, 45 'Who's Who, 47
W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 4, Red Cross Board, 35 Phi Beta Kappa, 3, 45 Green Lane
Counselor, 3, 4. 0 MILLER, L.---Colleqe for Women, Iune '45. Sigma Delta Tau . . . Red
Cross, lg Phi Beta Kappa, 4, American Chemical Society, 3, 47 C. A. Bazaar 2, 3, 4, War
Chest 2, 3. O MILLER, V.-College for Women, lune '45. Chi' Omega . . . Choral Society,
l, 2, 3, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 3g Christian Association, l, 2, 3, 4. I
MILLMANfSchool of Education, lune '45, O MIMM--lllman-Carter, lune '45. Zeta Tau
Alpha . . .
Carolyn S. Merion
l3 S. Broom St.
Choral Society, l.
6446 N. 13th St
Virginia Miller Marie Millmcm Evelyn Graft Mimm
l3l6 Deveraux Ave, l4ll N. Redfield St. St. Petersburg, Pa.
Phialdelphia, Pa. Wilmington, Del.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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Marilyn Dee Mitchell
5440 Morris St.
Lois Ann Monaghan
262 Indian Creek Rd.
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99 Corinthian Ave
Ocean City, N. I.
Frances P. Morrison
44 Afton Rd.
Beulah F. Matt
271 S. 63rd St.
MITCHELL-School of Education, Iune '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . Pen-Hellenic 2, 3, President 4,
Who's Who, 4, W. S. G. A. Executive Council, 47 Penn Players, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vigilance- Committee
Chairman, 3. O MONAGI-IAN-elllman-Carter, Iune '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Bennett News,
l, 25 President of Fraternity, 4. I MONIHANfCollege for Women, lune '45, Trans. from
William and Mary College. Alpha Chi Omega . . . Varsity Swimming 2, Captain 3, 47 W. A. A.
Council, 4. O MORRISON+1llman-Carter, lune '45, Trans. irom Wheelock College and Hollins
College. I MATT. B.-College for Women, March '45 . . . Bennett News, 2, Louis Marshall,
1, 2, 35 Hillel Foundation Council, 4.
MATT. Z.-College for Women, March '45 . . . Louis Marshall Society,
tion Council, 4. O MURDOCH-College for Women, lune '45
Center, 25 French Club 1, President 4, Pi Delta Phi, 3, 4, Phi Beta Kappa,
School of Education, Iune '45. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Secretary of Class
C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 45 Bowling Green, 2, 3, 47 Choral Society, 27 French Club, 2, 45 Pi Delta
Phi, 3, 47 School of Ed. Advisory Board, 3, 4, Brazilian, Club, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 45 Settlement
House, lg Chairman Soph Luncheon, 2, C. A. Bazaar, 3, 4. O NIXON-College for Women,
lune '45. Alpha Omicron Pi . . . Red Cross Work, 4, Volunteer Hospital Work, 4. O NOBLE-
College for Women, lune '45 . . . C. A. Settlement House, lg Louis Marshall, 2, Hillel Founda-
tion Executive Council, 3, 41 Chairman Social Welfare at Hillel, 4.
Zeldah V. Matt Amelia C. Murdoch Elizabeth I. Nicholson Mariorie Elaine Nixon
271 S. 63rd St. 5041 Hazel Ave. Girard College 2U N. Lincoln Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Newton, Pa.
1, 2, 37 Hillel Founda-
. . . Service information
4. O NICHOLSONf
, 2, Class Council, 1, 2:
5724 Osage Ave.
SENIOR CLASS OF 1945
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Frances Mae Payes Dorothy Mae Peele Natalie Ann Pincus Myrtle Cinsky Mollie Potash
46 S. 60th St. 21 East Ave. 6033 Christian St. Worchester, Mass. l03i Wyoming Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. Woodstown, N. l. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
. . Bennett News, 3, 47 Louis Marshall,
PAYES-College for Women, March '45. Delta Phi Epsilon .
of Fraternity, 4. O PEELE-School
l, 2, 37 I-iiilel Foundation, 47 Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 47 Treasurer
of Education, lune '45, Trans. from Gilford College, N. C. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Varsity Hockey,
3, 47 Basketball, 3, 47 Tennis, 37 President Women's Athletic Association, 47 Who's Who, 4. I
PlNCASfillman-Carter, lune '45. Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Louis Marshall Executive Council, 2, 37
Hillel Foundation, 'Vice-president, 47 War Chest l, Chairman 37 Allied le-wish Appeal Chair-
man, l, 2, 37 Pan-Hellenic Council, 27 Cheer Leader, l. O CINSKYW-College for Women,
October '44. Alpha Chi Omega. O POTASHfColleae for Women, Iune '45 . . .Louis
Marshall, l, 2, 37 German Club, 47 Pi Gamma Mu, 3.
PLATT-lllman-Carter, lune '45 . . . Taq Day, 37 Red Cross War Fund, 3, 47 Record Book
Staff, 4. I PROMISI.OFF+Colleqe for Women, March '45 . . . Bennett News, 27 Louis
UA.LEYeColl-ege for Women, lune 45. Kappa
News, 27 Treasurer oi Fraternity, 4. I
Delta , . . Newman Club Cabinet i, 2, Pres-
Marshall, l, 2, 37 Hillel Foundation, 4. O Q
Delta. . . Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 47 Bennett
QUINLAN--College for Women, lune '45, Kappa
ident 37 Red Cross Board 3, Treasurer 47 Green
QUlNNfSchool ot Education, lune '45. Alpha
president 47 Bennett News l, 2, 3, Associate Edito
Lane Counselor, 17 Blazer Chairman, 2. O
Kappa Alpha. . . C. A. Cabinet 3, Vice
r 47 Red Cross Board, 37 Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 47
Mortar Board, 47 Who's Who, 4,
Irene Marie Quinlan Roma Yvonne Quinn
Lillian Platt Marcia H. Promislofi Lucille Qualey
634 N. Sth St. i546 W. Cumberland St. l625 Haight Ave. 2819 W. Queen Lane Cunard St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Bronx, New York, N. Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Marshaliton, Del.
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419 Hopkins Lane
Haddonfield, N. l.
Eva Margaret Repetto Alice Richardson
628 Overhill Rd. Conestoga Rd.
Ardmore, Pa. Berwyn, Pa.
5400 Arlington St.
H. Ethel Romm
726 W. Roosevelt Blvd
REIF-Fine Arts, lune '45. Alpha Chi Omega. O REPETTO--College for Women, lune '45,
Delta Delta Delta . . . Class Secretary, 47 Red Cross Board, 3, 47 Chairman Nurses Aide, 47
Bennett News Business Staff 2, Circulation Manager 37 Fraternity Treasurer, 47 Chairman Big
Sister Party, 37 Class Council, 47 Hockey, l, 2, 37 Basketball, l, 27 W. A. A. Representative, 4. O
RICHARDSONfSchoo1 of Education, lune '45, O RITTENBERG- -School of Education, lune '45.
Sigma Delta Tau . . . Bennett News, l, 2, 4: Modern Dance Group 1, 2, 4, Chairman 37 Louis
Marshall, l, 2, 37 Hillel Foundation, 47 l.V. Swimming, l, 27 Red Cross, 2, 3, 47 C. A. Bazaar, 3, 47
W, A. A. Council 3, Vice-president, 4. O ROMM-School of Education, lune '45, Sigma
Delta Tau . . . President of Fraternity, 4.
ROSENW--College for Women, Iune '45. Siarna Delta Tau . . . Service information Center, l, Z, 47
Red Cross, l, 27 War Chest, 37 C. A. Bazaar, 3, 47 Louis Marshall Council, lj Pan-Hellenic
Council, 2, 3, 4. I RUB'Nelllman-Carter, March '45. Sigma Delta Tau. O RUDNICK-
lllman-Carter, lune '45 . . . Louis Marshall Council, 17 Red Cross Worker, 47 Hillel, 3, 4. O
RUSSELI.flllman-Carter, lune '45, Kappa Kappa Gamma.. . Red Cross, 2, 3, 47 Settlement
House, l. O RUTKOWSKI-College for Women, lune '45.
Rita S. Rosen
4608 N. 12th St.
Shirlee S. Rubin Helen Rudnick
5423 Wynnetield Ave. 5261 Akron St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
Forty Fort, Pa.
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Ruth Friedlund Sablosky
5235 Sydenham St.
Marguerite Saltzman Catherine Santa Maria
2533 S. 21st St.
SABOLSKYfCollege for Women, October '44. Sigma
SALTZMAN-College tor Women, Iune '45, Sigma
Phi President, 4. 0 SANTA MARIA-Collegef
. . . Class Council, l, 2, 47 I.V. Tennis, l, 27 I.V.
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Betty Anne Schechter D
5717 N. Camac St.
Philadelphia, Pa. E
orothy Marie Schwab
IO4 Yeakel Ave.
rdenheini, Phila., P
Delta Tau . . . Louis Marshall Society, l. O
Delta Tau . . . Phi Beta Kappa, 47
for Women, Iune '45, Kappa Kappa
Hockey, lp Bennett News, l7 Penn
SCHECHTER- Illman-Carter, Iune '45. I
47 W. S. G. A. Planninq Committee, 4. O
SCHWAB-College for Women, Iune '45. Delta Delta Delta. , .Penn Players, 3, 47 Bennett
News, 3, 47 I.V. Hockey, l, 2, 37 IV. Modern Dance, li Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 47 Choral
Society, 27 Glee Club, 2.
SCHWENDNER--College for Women, Iune '45 . . . Choral Society, li Glee Club, l. O
SENN-College for Women, Iune '45. Chi Omega . . . C. A. Cabinet, 2, 37 Newman Club
Cabinet, 27 Bennett News, 27 Green Lane Counselor 2, 3, Iunior Header 47 International House
Council, I, 27 Service Information Center, 27 Pi Delta Phi, 2, 3, 47 Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 47 Phi
Beta Kappa, 3, 47 Pi Gamma Mu, 47 President of Fraternity, 47 Who's Who, 3, 47 Mortar
Board, 47 Class Council, 3, 47 Choral Society, l. I SERPOSS--College for Women, Iune '45
. . . Choral Society and Glee Club, l, 2, 37 International House, 3, 47 Portuguese Club, 3, 47
French Club, l, 2, 47 Italian Club, 47 German Club, 4. O SHAPIRO----College for Women,
Iune '45 . . . German Club, 2, 3, 47 Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 47 Bennett News, l, 2. O
SHIEKMAN-School of Education, Iune '45 . . .Red Cross, l, 27 Service Information Center,
3, 47 Swimming Instructor and Life Saving, 37 Penn Players, 3.
Betty L. Schwendner
5l6 Swarthmore Ave.
Ridley Park, Pa.
Marie Betta Senn
207 Cynwyd Rd.
West Chester, Pa.
450 S. 49th St.
4829 Osage Ave.
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317 Cherry Bend lO24 Water St. 28 W. Sellers Ave.
Merion, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Ridley Park, Pa.
Barbara Ott Shryock Elizabeth D. Skelton Martha L. Snyder Anne Bonnell Speirs
ll3 Argyle Rd.
SHOLTIS-School of Education, lune '45. I SHRYOCK-College for Women, lune '45. Kappa
Kappa Gamma . . . Bennett News, l, 27 Service Information Center, 2, 3, 47 Choral Society, 35
Dean's List, l, 3, 45 Bowling Green, lg Pi Gamma Mu, 4. I SKELTON4College for
Iune '45. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Caclucean Society Secretary, 45 W. A. A. Council, 45
Manager, 4: Modern Dance Group, 2, 3, 45 May Day, l, 47 Bed Cross, l, 2, 3, 47 C. A
bury Club, l, 2, 3, 4. O SNYDEH--College for Women, lune '45. Kappa Kappa
. . . Choral Society, l, 2, 4g Glee Club, l, 25 Class Council, lg Bed Cross, 3, 4g Italian Club,
SPEIRS-College for Women, lune '45, Trans. from University of Delaware. Kappa Kappa
. . . Penn Players 2, Business Manager 3, 4, Outstanding Member Award 37 Service Information
Center, 3, 47 Bowling Green 2, Production Manaaer 3, 47 C. A. Bazaar, 37 W. S. G. A. Executive
Council, 45 Chairman United War Chest, 4, Who's Who, 4, W. S. G. A. Planning Committee, 4,
C. A. Commission, 4
SPIERS-College for Women, October '44. O STACKPOLE-School of Education
lune '45, Trans. from University of Maine. Delta Delta Delta. O STEVENSON-Co
Women, lune '45. Alpha Xi Delta. . .Mortar Board Freshman Award, ly Chairma
lunior Tea, lg Editor W. S. G. A. Scrapbook, 27 Bowling Green, 2, 3, 4, Clommission
, O. T.,
2, 3g Sphinx and Key, 35 W. S. G. A. Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4, Governing Board 4, Executive
Council 45 Who's Who, 3, 45 Phi Beta Kappa, 3, 4: Mortar Board, 47 President of Fraternity, 4,
Green Lane Counselor, 2, 35 Chairman Iunior Week, 37 C, A. Cabinet, 2, 3: C. A.
2, 3. I STElNMEYERfSchool of Education, lune '45, Trans. from University of Maryland.
Alpha Xi Delta . . . Choral Society, 25 Home Economics Association, 2, 3, 4, Christian Fellow-
ship, 3, 4. O STIFF-College for Women, Iune '45. Kappa' Alpha Theta . . . Sergeant Hall
Resident Council, 2, 4.
Sirley Spiers Margaret E. Stackpole Phyllis Stevenson Doris E Steinmeyer Mary Remer Stiff
5324 Wynnefield Ave. l43 Comy St. 5548 Miriam Rd. 324 Strathmore Rd. 417 I-ligh St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Augusta, Me. Philadelphia, Pa. Brookline, Del. Co., Pa. Mount Holly, N. l.
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Marlyn Kuskey Shrut Vera S. Stuhris Mary Marlin Thomas Doris Ann Tiliany Ianice Townend
4103 Spruce St. 222 Seminole Ave. 5504 Webster St. 2256 Rudy Rd. 101 Seeley Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. Palm Beach, Fla. Omaha, Nebr. Harrisburg, Pa. Arlington, N. l.
SHRUT--School of Education, lune '45. Sigma Delta Tau . . . Student Advisory Board of School
of Education, 3. O STUHRIS-College for Women, October '45. Alpha Omicron Pi. . .
Hospital Volunteer, 47 May Court, 2, Red Cross, 4. I THOMAS-Fine Arts, lune '45. Kappa
Kappa Gamma . . . Chairman Big Sister Party, lg Commission Leader, 2, C. A. Cabinet, 25
C. A. Bazaar, 37 Red Cross, 3, 45 Class Council, l, 3, 4: Who's 'Who, 4: Undergraduate- Camp
Chairman, 4. I TIFFANY-College for Women, October '45. Chi Omega . . . Bennett News,
l, 2, 45 Choral Society, lg Glee Club, l, 25 Christian Association, 1, 2. O TOWNENDfFine
Arts, lune '45. Alpha Chi Omega . . . May Court 3, May Queen 4.
TRAUTVET'I'ERfSchool of Education, lune '45, Trans. from William and Mary College. Alpha
Chi Omega . . . President of Fraternity, 4, Spanish Club, lg Red Cross, l, 2. O TUCKERe
School of Education, lune '45 . . . Choral Society, l, 2, Glee Club, 1, French Club, 4, Portuguese
Club, 4, Hillel Council, 4. O TURVILLE. F. E.-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Glee Club.
2, 3, 4, Choral Society, 2, 3, 47 French Club, 45 Pirate's Ball Committee, 2. O TURVILLE, M. C.-
School of Education, Iune '45 . , , Newman Club l, 2, 3, Secretary 4. O UHI.MANNfCollege
for Women, October '44. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Canterbury Club Vestry, l, 2, 3, 4, Choral Society,
l, 25 Pi Delta Phi, 2, 3, 4, American Chemical Society, 4.
Lucille E. Trautvetter Annette Sidney Tucker F. Elaine Turville Marie Celine Turville Augusta Ulmann
308 Evergreen Rd. 211 McDade Blvd. Ouart. U.S.N. Yard 42 Kent Rd. 217 Urban Ave.
Ienlcintown Manor, Pa. Collingdale, Pa. Boston, Mass. Upper Darby, Pa. Norwood, Pa.
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127 Wayne Ave. 529 Broad Acres Rd. 2227 Market St. 2619 Kensington Ave. 4524 Old York Rd
Springfield, Del. Co., Pa. Penn Val., Narberth, Pa. Wilmington, Del. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.
UNDERHILI.-College for Women, lune '45. Kappa Delta . . . Choral Society, 1, 2, 35 Settlement
House, 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer of Fraternity 3, President, 4. O VITELES-College for Women,
March '45 . . , C. A, Cabinet, 2, 35 Service Information Center 2, 4, Chairman 35 Sphinx and
Key, 35 Mortar Board, President, 45 Who's Who, 3, 45 Fox Award for Social Service, 35 Red
Cross Board 3, Secretary 45 Hillel, 2, 45 Class Council, 45 Green Lane Counselor, l, 25 C. A.
Commissions, 1, 2, 3, 45 Interest Commissions, 2, 3. I VOSS-"College for Women, lune '45.
Alpha Chi Omega. I WASCHLER-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Bennett News, 1, 2, 35
Phi Beta Kappa, 45 Pi Gamma Mu, 4. O WEISBURG-College for Women, March '45. Delta
Phi Epsilon . . . Louis Marshall Council 1, Secretary 2, 35 Hillel Secretary, 45 Varsity Basket-
ball, 15 Volunteer Hospital Work, 15 C. A.-L. M. Drive, 2, 3.
WELSH-lllman-Carter, lune '45. Delta Delta Delta . . . Bennett News, l, 25 Secretary of Class, l5
Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 3. O WENTZYSchool of Education, March '45, Trans. from College
of Chestnut Hill. Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Red Cross 1, 2, Nurses Aide 3, Social Service 4. O
WETTER-College for Women, lune '45. I WEXLAR--College for Women, March '45. Sigma
Delta Tau . . . Settlement House, l, 2. I WILDER4Colleqe for Women, March '45. Sigma
Delta Tau . . . Bennett News, l, 2, 35 Modern Dance Group, 2, 35 Louis Marshall Council, 35
Service Information Center, 3, 4.
Nancy Pollock Welsh
ll4 Avon Rd.
Clara Bordona Wentz Helen Elizabeth Wetter Elaine Wexlar
12 Rose Lane 605 Kenilworth Apts. 2601 Parkway
Chestnut Hill, Pa. Wissahickon Ave. and Philadelphia, Pa.
School Lane, Phila., Pa.
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Evelyn lean Wilford Irene Williams Frances L. Wolfe Mary Cranston Woody Julia Ann Wright
Windrush Harbor Farm l934 Ashley Rd. 3804 Locust St. 35 Kent Rd. 930 Church Lane
Oxford, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Upper Darby, Pa. Yeadon, Pa.
WILFORDfCollege for Women, Iune '45. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Choral Society and Glee
Club, l, Red Cross, 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 4, C. A. Social Committee, 2, 3. O WILLIAMS--
College for Women, March '45. Chi Omega . . . Treasurer of Fraternity, 3, Choral Society, l,
Bennett News, l, 2, Red Cross Board, l, 2, Pi Mu Epsilon, 4. I WOLFE-College for
Women, March '45 . . . Caducean Society, l, 2, l.V. Swimming, l, Bennett News, l, 2, 3, 4. O
WOODYf4College tor Women, lune '45. Alpha Xi Delta . . . Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 3, C. A.
Cabinet, 2, Commission Leader, 2. O WRIGHT- 'lllman-Carter, lune '45. Kappa Alpha Theta
...Red Cross, 3, 4, President oi Fraternity, 4, May Court, l, Gamma Chi, 3, 4, Choral
Society, l, Z, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, 2.
YOHE-College for Women, lune '45 . . . Delta Phi Alpha, 4, C. A. Bazaar, 3, 4, Sergeant Hall
Resident Council 3, Editor Newspaper 4, Newman Club, 3, 4, Volunteer Hospital Worker, 3. O
ZALTZMAN-School of Education, Iune '45 . . . Bennett News, I, 2, 3, Portuguese Club, 3, 4,
Hillel, l, 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA CRAEMER--422 Harvard Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. College for Women, March '45
Chi Omega . . . W. A. A. Council, 3, Hockey Team, 4, Mortar Board, 4, Phi Beta Kappa, 4.
MARY LOUISE FANGER-2031 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. College for Women, lune '45.
Alpha Xi Delta . . . Newman Club, 4, Cauducean Society, 4.
BARBARA SALUS KEMP-326 S. l9th Si., Philadelphia, Pa. Shcool ot Education, October '45.
Sigma Delta Tau . . . Pi Gamma Mu, 3.
RUTH LEVINE-5217 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. College for Women, Iune '45 . . . Modern
Dance Group, l, 2, Dramatics, 2, 3.
ROSELLE SCHWARTZ--Shaker Heights, Ohio. School of Ed.-O. T., October '45. Sigma Delta Tau.
MG,-y jane Yghe Francys Zaltzman
204 S, Begvgf St, 5613 Woodcrest Ave.
Ygyk, Pg, Philadelphia, Pa.
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It does not seem so long ago that we were
trying desperately to find 34th and Walnut
Streets, and standing wide-eyed in the crazy
melee of Bennett Hall. The babble that filled the
hall on that first day is by now classic: f'Has
anyone seen a girl in a blue sweater and skirt?"
. . . f'Where is this place called Irvine Audi-
torium?" . . . ffDo we have to fill out all these
As every other good Pennsylvania class, we
winced with horror at the sight of our freshman
pictures, stood in pathetic be-towelled lines in
Weightman Hall. and screamed lustily at the
football games. VVe were really not very orig-
inal-fbut, four years later, from a sentimental
senior viewpoint, the activities of our first years
become more signincant as a part of the college
life we are leaving. Much has the university
given us . . . remember the outstanding lecture
courses, hilarious professors, and the personal
friendships with the faculty that developed? We
can reminisce, too, as a united groupfThe
Class of '45.
Freshman Camp in September, 1941, launched
us into college doings. Green Lane was the ideal
spot to meet our fellow classmates, organize our
songs, and become acquainted with campus
leaders. Mrs. Hottells reception was a gracious
note in the whirl of Freshman Week activities.
And, of course, we would have been utterly lost
without the helping hands of our Big Sisters.
Then came Pirates' Ball - the night of the
sadistic sophomores. Despite smeared faces and
voices cracked from praising the sophs, we yelled
'K '45 is quite alivei' and enthusiastically mur-
dered the tune of "Yes, My Darling Daughter."
The attack on Pearl Harbor in December of
that ,vear sobered us to the realization of the
privilege inherent in a college education. We
Cabin Three, Freshman Camp 1941
were the last class to enter upon a peacetime
campus. That class was beginning to function
as a unit, too, with the election of Martha
Houser to its presidency, Janet Dackerman and
Nancy Pollock as vice-president and secretary.
Class council members were Genney Comber,
Elaine Cooney, Midge Hill, Doris Koch, Betty
Nicholson, Marty Snyder and Mary Thomas.
After weathering two weeks of rushing, we felt
really collegiate and settled down to hard work.
We did have time to give a tea to the seniors
of that year which caused some comment. The
upper-classmen were pinned with angel wings,
while the frosh blossomed forth with pitchforks.
This and Midge Hill's famous monologues made
us a well-known class. On May Day. Judy
Wright and Betty Felton represented us in the
Bowling Green production at Morris Arboretum.
Fall of 1942. So now we were sophomores, re-
turning to familiar sites and just brimming over
with fiendish ideas for Pirates' Ball. We gave
those poor frosh the full measure of what we
had received. Entertainment. lipstick, and candy-
apples made the evening memorable. But we
made it up to the new class at the Soph-Frosh
Dinner which followed. Midge Hill led the class
that year, while the council was composed of
Martha Houser, Jan Dackerman, Barbara Bren-
nan, Mary Thomas, Nancy Pollock, Betty Shack-
lett and Elaine Sloane.
Rushing was as strenuous as ever that year, only
now we were on the other side. And we thought
it was hectic as rushees! By April we considered
ourselves sophisticated college women we had
hurdled two rushing seasons and three exam
periods. Nothing could be as bad . . .Little
did we know! The acceleration program, summer
school, and one week of exams in June were
just about to descend on our innocent heads.
This was accompanied by the increasing preval-
ance of uniforms on campus: ROTC, V-12, and
the A,S.T.P.'s. Even if we had wanted to climb
ivory towers, the changing campus scene forced
the reality of war on our attention.
Mike Houser organized the first sophomore
week, as we wore cur blazers proudly. Came the
Frst of Mav, and Bobby Brennan and jan
Townend did the class honor on the May Court.
The ceremonies were held at Irvine Auditorium
that year with a Victory motive. Hey Day, with
new Sphinx and Key members, saw us on our
way as juniors.
The responsibilities of campus leadership were
now ours. After a long summer of job-holding
or accelerating we returned in November to com-
pare notes. President janet Dackerman, Vice-
president Betty Shacklett, and Secretary Edith
Griffiths aided in the selection of our Little Sis-
ters, as we dropped the role of hazing sophs and
prepared to do unto the new frosh as we had
been done unto. It did our hearts good to see
the looks of gratitude they bestowed upon us
as we explained that they didn't have to go
directly across Woodland Avenue. Pirates' Ball
came as usual, with our own Margaret Blair
leading it. This time we sang along with the
new frosh. The remainder of the year saw in-
creasing responsibility and participation, and
five members of the class joined the ranks of
Phi Beta Kappa. In May we chose Fifi Beck
and jan Townend for the May Court, and in
June came the new members of Mortar Board.
Council members were: Midge Hill, Jean Hays,
Evelyn Kimbell, Genny Comber, Marie Senn,
Mike Houser and Trudy Tiers. Memorable that
year was the increasing tempo of war activity
on the campus. Red Cross drives, a Service In-
formation Center for Volunteer Jobs, and the
awarding of Civilian Defense pins on Hey Day
had become part of college life. Other important
innovations were the additional courses being
offered women in the Wharton School, Market-
ing, accounting and finance were subjects of in-
terest to the College for Women.
.'45-our final year! We welcomed our war
brides back to campus, thrilled to the Allied
advances in Europe and settled down to be
sophisticated. Now we were the Big-Women-on-
Campus-and didnlt we love it! According to
President Midge Hill, there was a difference,
even in the way we walked. After electing Mar-
garet Blair, vice-president, and Eva Repetto,
secretary, we chose as council members Janet
Dackerman, Patience Franks, Emily Gamber,
Kaki Santa-Maria, Marie Senn, Mary Thomas
and Helen Viteles. Then we turned to welcom-
ing four hundred new frosh. There had to be
some changes made, after two weeks of rushing
left the women limp and the professors livid,
so Pan-Hellenic, under the leadership of Dee
Mitchell, started working on a revision of rules.
A tangible result was the first February rushing
season in Pennsylvania's history and more liberal
rushing for future years. Another infiuence of
Janet Forclietti and Midge Hill
Hey Day 1943
the increased population at Penn has been the
agitation for recreation facilities for women.
W. S. G. A. President janet Dackerman called
an open meeting to discuss the problem, with
the help of Mrs. Hottel and Miss Collins. We
hope that a not-too-distant senior class will see
Senior Week was a merry-go-round of teas and
activities headed by Emily Gamber. The high-
light was the alumnae dinner where f'Betty
jordan," of radio fame, offered us all cook books!
The spring semester seemed even more crammed
with study and activity . . . "Have you passed
your swimming test yet?7' and f'Have you had
your senior picture taken?" were the greetings
of the day. It was nice being a senior, already
we were starting to reminisce, nice to take the
Marriage Course at last, and to elect six mem-
bers to the May Court with our own lovely
queen, Jan Deininger. Marty Snyder, Emily
Gamber, Midge Hill, janet Dackerman, Judy
Wright and Nancy Pollock Welsh were the final
selections. jan Dackerman and Shirley Clemens
will lead us permanently as president and secre-
tary in the future.
And so another Hey Day has rolled around
and we have passed on our seniority to the
Class of '46, In future years, as we look back,
welll say, "Yes, we were the Class of '45 . . .
the class that entered in peace, knew the hard-
ships of war during our four years of study, and
finally, in the last part of our senior year, heard
the bells of V-E Day ring. We leave a university
which has been the center of our life -- intel-
lectually, socially, and personally. Our memories
are behind us, our future lies before us, and
our friendships will last forever.
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Our own frwsh C'llIlD . . . wplms im Iioiisupaiwy . . . cniiipiis ifwriiirc clminluci' . . . spectamrs spcutzmtin' . . .
yum-yum . . . senior i-xy-vs ciijuyiug fi-nsli crimp . . . wiizitk tliif? . . rise and whine . . , lfvzl, puur fI'1iSll
. 2-z-z-Z! . . . bwyis town . . . time Out for studios . "su I sox to him" . . .
CTune: AMAPOLAJ I
Vu: a Freshnian, a frightened little Freshman,
I don't know niueh about the things at Il. of l'.
But 1,111 willing, I hear it's very thrilling
.-Ieeording to the tales the Juniors tell to ure.
I'nz a Iireshnian, a frightened little Freshman
But you can bet I won't be one for long.
The Juniors lozie nie, they think lots of nie.
ll'e're together forty-five and forty-three.
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fTune: HI POLISHED UP THE HANDLE
OF THE BIG FRONT DOORUJ
llf'hen I was a Frosh I took a lot of sass
That was handed to me by the present Senior elass.
I learned to ent and I learned to erani
And the easiest way to pa-ss an e.ran1.
I memorized my handbook so earefully
That they eouldn't do a thing at Pirate's Ball to nie.
ll'e polished up the apple so farefully
That now we are the leaders of the U. of P.
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lTune: YES. MY DARLING D,-XUGHTERJ
'45 is quite alive, the pride of Pennsylzwnia.
lflfe like studies, lowe our buddies, working is our
Now that we have shared all the joys and fun of
being here at eollege
llfe have showed those other elasses that we shine
Alumni thought that they were the tops but we showed
thein when we got started.
Yes, tlzey hased us, not amused ns, we left them
Other elasses think they're super, we'lI be their
They ean't put ns in a stnpor, we're the forty-Evers!
QTu11e: HERE VVE AREJ
IIere we are, baek at sehool again
Class of '45 begins its senior year at Penn ,-
Two hundred Seniors, the ereanz of the erop
The elass that has surely hit the top.
Here we are, we're the Seniors now
l'Ve're no longer frightened Iirosh, we know the ropes
Two hundred Seniors, loyal to Penn
And all set to show our stuff again.
llle ean remember when we were Frosh, we didn't
know a thing
Except that we would love the U. of P.
But by Deeeniber we knew just what our eollege
life would bring,
lVe got to know our pals, and lifted in harnzony-
So, here we are, we're tl1e pride of Penn,
lfVe'll go on together for one more year and then
Two hundred Seniors will ever surfiifie
:Ind live on as the Class of '45.
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CTune: HIE MEIR DIS DUSIIENJ
Of all the elasses here, and there'1'e been some
You will agree that were the 'most winsonze,
And though well soon be goin", it's been nice known'
The Class of '45.
If you want to see, the best at U. of P.
hlfe know you'll agree it's '45.
In easeyou are slow, we want you to know,
That we're on the go for '45.
In '41 as Freshmen our elass started out right
And when we landed on eainpus we were hits overnight.
So now that you're wise, you'll surely realise
That we take the prize for '45.
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CTunc: EVERYTHINGS UP TO DATE
IN KANSAS CITYJ
The Seniors are the tops at Pennsylfvania.
VVe'z'e gone about as far as we can go.
lVe"'ve gotten straight "A" averages, to show that we
And for our Alina Mater we have eheered with all
The Frosh and Sophs and Juniors all agree that we
Uf'l','Z'6' proved that we fan really run the show-
We'11e gone about as far as we ean go.
Eaaind ancf lsfeaufq Sane In Mix
The Class of '46, under the leadership of Pres-
ident Evelyn Stanton, began its busy year by
dashing off to undergraduate camp at Green
Lane. Here, between meals and mirth, the
juniors composed songs for Pirate's Ball and
added the finishing touches to the Big Sister
program and plans for Freshman orientation
week. Freshman camp at Spring Mountain
House found Evie Stanton officiating as the new-
Once back on campus, the '46ers met the new
Frosh "under the clock" and then eagerly helped
them to complete their registration. These Big
Sisters introduced them to campus leaders as
well as to their future classmates and showed
the awed Frosh the sights of the campus. Soon
after came the annual Big Sister Party with
Elaine Hooven serving as chairman. The li'l
Frosh, Wearing their best baby bonnets and car-
rying their rattles, provided the entertainment.
Pirates Ball found Milnor Alexander acting
as mistress of ceremonies, with her fellow class-
mates dressed gayly in pirate costumes. The
juniors were rewarded for their efforts at under-
graduate camp when the judges selected their
serious song as the best tune. Sophs, the despised
hazers, Frosh, the tired victims, as well as
juniors and Seniors welcomed the apples, pret-
zels and cider which brought the evening of
fun to a close.
Little sisters were feted at a junior-Freshman
tea later. VVinnie Kurz, chairman, chose an
autumn theme resplendent with crimson leaves
and yellow pumpkins. At last the suspense of
waiting was ended when the Sophomore-Fresh-
man night rolled around. At that time, Evie
Stanton announced jackie Wendel as the new
Frosh president and the juniors officially relin-
quished their role of Sister Class, so the Fresh-
men came into their own. Bea Dyson provided
the Juniors part in the entertainment for the
With the coming of Senior Week, the Juniors
entertained their superiors at a tea. Janet Clarke
was in charge of this event.
A red or blue stone set in gleaming gold began
to make its appearance on the fingers of many
Juniors since Ring Chairman, Molly Schwebel,
had ably taken care of their purchases. Then
came Spring and that week of weeksgthe one
monopolized by the Class of ,462 There was the
usual round of teas climazed by the day that
the juniors readlly "did the town." It was agreed
that a good time was had by all and the only
regret was that it ended too soon.
Thus e11ded a useful and fun-packed year,
made possible through the efforts of President
Evie Stanton, Vice-President Milnor Alexander,
and Secretary Bebe Chianese. They were assisted
by the Class Council, consisting of Jean Broad-
belt, Bea Dyson. Elaine Hooven, Anita Reyes,
Molly Schwebel, Helen Tyson and Nancy
Wilson. At this point the class will relax and
look forward to the thrill of being a Senior.
COUNCIL-l.vfl lo right, front wrzu: Cliiancse, Stanton. Alexander, srrona' row: Broadbelt,
Tyson, Hooven, Reyes, hurl: ruin: Mclffiinivy, Dyson, Schwebel.
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COUNCIL-I.fff In Vfjlflf, front mtv: Kopeika, Harris, Reiderg
bark roizvz Sudlow, Pheffer, Sloane, Pratt.
HSophomore Class, you gotta stick together,
Sophomore Class -" and thatls how our first
undergraduate camp started-new glorious words
to an old favorite. Class camp was so different
from frosh camp. This time we spent hours on
the farmhouse porch making up songs, espe-
cially a super-duper retort, and gabbing instead
of listening to the ins-and-outs of all campus
activities. 'fOh Sophomore Class -'l we found
an even stronger espirit-de-corps than we had
before to match our graduation from the fledgling
Most fun of all was the hazing committee at
Pirate's Ball. All dressed up to scare the stablest
minds let along a green froshls, we had to stop
and gasp in horror at the chief of our crew, the
mighty Adele Kremer. Paddles, damp soap suds,
and silver oxide twhich didnlt show up 'til the
next day and didnlt come off 'til the next weekj
kept we pirates mighty busy for hours. Some
of us came out of the fray worse than the frosh.
Then came the serious business of the evening
when we, along with the seniors, won the retort
for the second year in a row.
Of course, we wanted to pay back and con-
ciliate the frosh, so we had a tea. It was a very
dainty, ladylike tea, headed by Jackie Nevin.
Next on our busy program came Sophomore
Night, when we played host to all the classes
and the administration as well. Skits provided
the entertainment and, to be sure, we won be-
cause of our dramatic interpretation of the
greatest of all classics, "Soph-White and the
Seven Froshf' Eileen Kirshner as the beautiful
Soph-White had the only serious part, while
joan Sutton as the Hvoice of the magic mirror,"
Harriet Pheffer as the wicked queen, and the
seven little frosh kept the audience in the aisles.
Climax of the evening was Evie Stanton's an-
nouncement of the frosh president and the re-
freshment committee closed the event by spon-
taneous renditions of ffDad's Old-fashioned Root
Beer" and f'Pepsi Cola Hits the Spotfl Thanks
to jane Hammel, chairman for the calm before
the storm-rushing started the next week.
The rest of the yearls activities were class
week events. Right after our annual visit from
Saint Nick we had a luncheon for our big sisters
the first day of Senior Week. Harriet Pfieffer
was the efficient chairman of the day. How those
seniors could eat! CWe didn't do such a bad job
ourselvesb. Next on the calendar was a tea for
the juniors with Judy Auritt as chief-cook-and-
bottle-washer Cor would cup-washer be more ap-
propriate?j. This was in honor of Junior Week.
But then came the week of all weeks-Sopho-
more Week. For then we were queens of the
campus and feted and fed by all the rest of
Now since all good things must come to an
end, so must our sophomore year at Penn. But
every time we think of our days as sophs, we'll
remember the enterprising work and gay smiles
of our President Jane Harris and her council.
7Ue'ae Iflze dau Maj 'really
'Tennsylvania '48, the-Red and Bluell was
the song that ZOO new freshmen lustily sang as
the train pulled out of the Schwenksville sta-
tion. This was our own class song, judged best
at Freshman Camp. There, they told us we were
lucky to have it so easy at Spring Mountain
House with heat, blankets and modern con-
veniences. The blazing autumn landscapes, the
cramped knees ffrom sitting on the 'fountain
roomn floorj, Dean Miller's first words to the
freshman class, and Milnorls singing, all helped
to make us a real class.
Back on campus, came the shock of seeing
the idolized upper class BWOC's in collegiate
clothes instead of the informal dingy jeans and
gaudy plaid shirts. Then came the Big Sister
Party at the C.A. Dressed in imagination and
brief baby clothes, we paraded in a foolish circle
before our Big Sisters. Everyone howled when
jane Eddy Thompson was voted most original
in a diaper and safety pin outfit.
After the mad dashing from new student teas,
luncheons, meetings and dinners, we met our
fate with the sophs at the Pirate's Ball hazing
session. Our Big Sisters were of no protection as
the ignominous 747 on forehead and hands left
the unmistakable taint of silver oxide. Our only
consolation during this and other forms of tor-
ture was the fact that next year when we are
sophomores . . . I
KJ aania '48.
However, the biggest highlight in the history
of our class was the Sophomore Supper when
after class skits, Evie Stanton, junior Prexy,
handed the mallet with the green ribbon on it
to jackie Wendel, first president of the class of
1948. Later elections completed our officers with
Helen Williams, vice-president and Frances
By this time we had remembered to forget our
little badges of froshhood Land also the back
stairwayj but with rushing, out came the name
plates as We learned to juggle innumerable tea
cups. Tag Day held a special thrill as we sat
together wearing our new colors at Chapel. But
the climax of pledge life was the big Pan-Hel
Formal in our honor when our hmothers' made
sure we had dates.
At last we were allowed to entertain our upper
classmen during their respective week celebra-
tions. The tea for seniors was a great success.
Finally, when our first Hsweating out of
examsl' was over, we were duly promoted to the
rank of "upper freshmenf' We had passed the
hard first mile of adjustment and were able to
give the new March frosh solicitous advice on
the Whyis and whereforels of campus life.
But the biggest thrill was yet to come. At May
Day our two prettiest gals represented us on the
May Court and at Hey Day we proudly took
our oath and moved up to the sophomore class.
THE CLASS OF 1948 DEDICATES THis PAGE TO THE MEMORY OF RICARDA BREHME.
COUNCH.-1'.z'ff fn riglzt, front row: Stevens, Ylfilliams, XVendel, Purdy, Mattiuglyg
back row: Zell, Page, Scott, Aruffo, Buckley.
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front row: Mitulicll, Ili-oacllmclt, Scllwclicl, lV71lCli6F1'DZill,
Stcvmisoii, liclwzu-mls. IJ. llillg lvark ww: Griflitli
Marion, Speirs. Korn, XXI-iiclcl, Alcxzxiiclcr, Franks. xlilllll,
M. Hill, Hooven.
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GOVERNING BOARD consists of the officers of Womenis Student Government
Association and the four class presidents. This very important body coordinates
all the activities which W. S. G. A. governs, including the Vigilance Committee,
Frosh Orientation, election and voting policies, planning and discussing class
projects, and the eligibility of ofhcers. This group appoints editors of the
Freshman Handbook and the chairmen of the many activities during orientation
week All new officers are trained for their positions during a probation period
in May and take over these offices at the Hey Day exercises.
WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL perhaps has
done more this year than ever before in initiating progressive measures for
women on campus. Through an unprecedented mass meeting in their quest of
securing more recreation and housing facilities for women on campus, students
began to participate more actively in their government.
Executive Council which is made up of the ofhcers of W. S. G. A. and the
presidents of all campus activities, acts as a coordinating group. These leaders
make reports of their work at monthly meetings. janet Dackerman, the capable
and charming president, was assisted this year by Phyllis Stevenson, vice-presi-
dentg Molly Schwebel, recording secretary, Jean Broadbelt, corresponding
and Jane Edwards, treasurer.
RESIDENT COUNCIL is an organization created in the interest of the women
residing in Sergeant Hall, for the purpose of maintaining pleasanter living condi-
tions among the students. The Council is aided by the advice of the Directress
of Residence and also residents are free to offer suggestions. Although the body
was only recently established, under the reorganization of 1938, it has since
been verv active in sponsoring a variety of social functions for the enjoyment
of women living in the dormitory.
RESIDENT COUNCIL-I.4'fl to riglil, .viflingz
Hughes, Griflitli, Markleyg standing: Hunter,
7fze 7945 Recaacf Bank
"Record Book meeting Friday at onefl That's
the sign We saw in Bennett Hall every week. The
staff met in the Green Room at Sergeant Hall
and throughout the year planned the Record
Book. Editor Patience Franks usually came to
the gatherings with good ideas fvvhich We exe-
cuted in this bookj. Most of us dashed around,
did our share of digging for information, and
wrote about activities and fraternities as best
"Do you have all the senior activity sheets?
. . . 4'Who Will identify the women in this
picture?ll . . . t'Is your article finished? . . .
itWhat about the art work?', . . . f'Wherels a
typeWriter?'7 All these and many more queries,
plus music from the piano parked there, were
associated with our office.
The task of getting out the Record Book was
a difficult one, but we had fun doing it. In its
history, it has been called The Womens Record,
but recently the trend has been to call it the
Record Book. In 1943 it was published as the
Almanack. This year it is primarily a Memory
The first Women's year book appeared in 1915.
It was a small, limp-backed book of only eleven
pages. It contained the names of all students in
each class, and a class prophecy. In 1917 the
book was larger, had a stiff back, and contained
a message from the Undergraduate Association
in addition to the previous material on classes,
activities, and campus pictures. Individual pic-
tures of the seniors with names, addresses, activ-
ities, honorary societies and fraternity affiliations
made their initial appearance in 1920. A class
picture and Writeup by the class president took
the place of the lists of names and addresses of
all classes except the seniors. By 1932 there were
134 pages in the Record Book and profuse
Write-ups and art work.
Assisting the editor, Patience Franks, in creat-
ing this yearls book were juniors Doris CDeej
Mitchell, copy editor, Elaine Hooven, art ed-
itor, and Anne Scheerer, technical editor, plus
fifteen staff members. The gal seen running
around with a Worried expression on her face
and long lists of numbers was Business Manager
Shirley Henninger, without Whom the book could
not have been published. Her assistants were
Harriet Pfieffer, Kay Holcombe and Barbara
Houseman who, with other business staff mem-
bers, supplied the ads for the book. Credit is
also due to our photographers, Mr. and Mrs
Victor E. Junetteg the printer, Mr. Ray Raff,
and photo-engraver, Mr. john Reis.
And so, despite the left-handed typewriter, the
piano in the office, deadlines, and Hdummy head-
achesfl we present our efforts and memories for
your close inspection and hope that you enjoy
reading them as much as we enjoyed writing
them. -THE RECORD Book STAFF.
Luft io rigIzz',' front row: Herbert, Clemens, Kaunard, Schmidt, Housemang second row: Daniell, Kracmer,
Scheerer, Henninger, Franks, Hooven, Mitchell, Pfiefferg bark row: lixar, Christman, Mink, Tanscy, Kranenburg,
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Organized under the efficient leadership of Editor-in-Chief
Carolvn Merion and backed bv an unusuallv large staff of re-
porters, this year's Bennett News staff has 'provided Pennsyl-
vania women with both a voice in the affairs of the university
and an ear for the events of the world.
Throughout the year a strong editorial policy has reflected
the boards liberal interpretation of freedom of the press. The
purpose of the paper, "to search out and print the truthi' and
"to provide a channel for the expression of student thoughtfl
X 2'-.-41 2
2" has shown itself in letters to the editors, as well as in the
editorial column. The Bemietf News has given active support
to the movement for a womens clubhouse with appeals for
widespread campus backing and suggestions for the realization of the plans. The paper has surveyed
questions connected with womens fraternities, and has not only accepted but welcomed letters to the
editor, which have commented on everything from the C. A. dances to the policy on admissions.
Elaine Hooven and cohorts in the feature department have written poetry and play reviews, inter-
views with interesting people and accounts of tours to historical Philadelphia. Pennsyl Points has
watched with insight the foibles and furbelows of college co-education while the gossip column has
provided reading on campus affairs in the social whirl.
Carolyn designed ways to improve the efficiency of the staff. At her request Dr. Reese D. Iames,
faculty advisor. held a series of four lectures during Monday lunch hours. These talks treated the
coverage of news centers, the writing of news and feature articles, and criticism of certain aspects of
the paper. A list of campus news centers has been compiled to suggest sources of possible stories. A
style book has been written to give the basic directions for preparing copy and counting headlines.
This year's Bennett News was changed in appearance as well as in efficiency when the first page
had its face lifted. Assisting in the production of the paper were: associate editor, Roma Quinng
copy editors, Helen Tyson and Rita Mann: proof editor, Anne Scheerer: assistant proof editor, Lucille
Topkisg headline editors, Marga Ross and jean Allen: feature editor, Elaine Hooven, assistant feature
editor, Flossie Wilsong sports editors, M. L. McKinney and Judy Aurittg editorial associate, Ida
Landenbergerg special feature columnist, Dorothy Schwab, and a large group of reporters.
The excellent work of business manager Nedra Artz and her staff has brough the Bennett Xews a
long way toward financial independence.
Luft to viyffit, fron! I'0'Zx'I Herbert. Blountford, lleucdict. YYilson. Allen. llulfraync. llickcl. Rittcnbcrg. NYcudel,
Peck. Hertwickg .m'mm' row: XVright, Shaw. Scheerer. Hooven. Lilly, .Xrtz. Marion, Quinn. Nlann. Tyson,
Topkis. llamsky: tlzirzf row: firiiiiths. Levcrgood. Summers, Yogt. XYebLr. Tansey. Klanos, Prodromon, Cope,
Rov Linszxlotta Landcnberffer, XVil'hclms, Schwab. Tanzcr, lfislnnan, liorsari, lixarg bark 1'o'zt': Rciskau,
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Sutton Aruifo, Qfillff. H6llI1lll"'Cf, Stratton. Rlaxton, Auritt, Sloane.
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"Would you like to be a camp counselor? Do you want to meet
men? Do you wonder what your classmates are thinking? Are your , ,
mother and dad curious as to why you never get home on time? 6
It wasn't long before, as freshmen. we discovered that the answers
to these questions could be found in one place-the C. A. By signing
up for an appointment in the familiar black book of Ted Ninesteel, who is in charge of womens
activities at the C. A., our freshman year was off to a dying start. There is always something to do,
or someone to talk to at 3601 Locust Street. There is an almost endless list of activities sponsored
by the C. A.: the University Camp, punch hour, bazaar. commissions, All-C.A. dinners, social social
services, denominational luncheons. just name it and the C. A. has it! Dodie Hill, C. A. president,
has done a splendid job. She and her capable cabinet have made the year 1944-45 a great success.
"Let me straddle my old saddle"
The "Red n' Blue Round-up," which was the theme of the bazaar this year, topped all other
successes and hit a new financial high. under the creative chairmanship of 'Lanky Lainy' Hooven
and her capable committee. Memorial Hall transformed into the "old corral' was a sight to remember.
The authentic ranch decorations, plus the workers dressed in bright, colorful plaid shirts, dungarees,
and big straw hats, made it a gay, inviting, and an almost irresistible place.
"I 10210 my University Camp down in Green Lane"
Almost every Pennsylvania woman knows and therefore loves Green Lane. Many are the students
who have begun their college life at a Freshman Camp held at Green Lane. During the summer
Green Lane becomes the University Girls' Camp for underprivileged children, and Pennsylvania
women become camp counselors. To those girls who have acted as counselors. the University Camp
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means a great deal more than "class'l campsg
for they have come to know the inspiring joy
of giving and sharing the best that they have
with the children and with each other. Uni-
versity Camp counselors will never forget
campers skit night: Arthur and his truckg
Mrs. Doorls cinnamon bunsg midnight snacksg
chapelg singing under the treesg Ted's devo-
tions each morningg learning to love and un-
derstand the children with all their pranksg
sharing in their fun, crammed into ten short
days: also learning a great deal about life.
Yes, as Pennsylvania women we can truly
sing, f'Memories that linger, constant and
true, memories we cherish, Green Lane camp
'fMy dreams are getting better all the time."
Every Tuesday afternoon from 4.50 to 6:30
the C. A. sponsors the popular Punch Hour in
Memorial Hall, which is designed to give the
service men on famous and the Penn students
a chance to make "those dreams" come true.
While the V-12 band beats it out, girls and
fellows chat haooily together over punch and
cookies. "See you at punch hour" seems to
be the campus password.
HSfIf1H'IlIlj' night is lhe lfrzeliest night in
Those special Saturday night dances at the
C. A. have provided a wonderful opportunity
for lonely fellows and girls to meet and make
Saturday night something of the gay old date
night that it used to be.
"Follow, follow the gleam"
By no means the least of C. A. activities
are the class and interest commissions. Once
a month the classes meet for dinner, followed
by an informal discussion of some timely
A new innovation this year was the C. C. C.
-Collegiate Coordinating Council-which is
backed jointly by Hillel, Newman Club and
C. A. Together the members of this council,
acting as representatives of their respective
organizations, have planned and sponsored the
monthly All-C. A. dinners.
"I want a girl just like the girl that
married dear old dad!"
Two of the most popular C. A. functions are
the Mother-Daughter and Father-Daughter
Banquets. Peggy Baxter and Marilyn Dee
Mitchell were chairmen of this year's successes.
Now we are at the end of our four years of
college and looking back we have many pleas-
Top: C'nrrul blrililcrs--Baxter, Daly, Shay, Tyson,
Chairman Hooyen, Ninestcel, lllair and Auritt: Camp
lIi'tlfll'I'.YflJZlt'lCCl'lllZlll and Scum: Counselors buugalowg
candy store: Ted: Canterbury Club: workvcamp weekend,
alle! aww an
The Hillel Foundation, located at 3613 Locust
Street, is a center for extra-curricular activities
on the Penn campus, established on behalf of
jewish students. Hillel aims to aid the university
in training responsible, democratic citizens and
to train jewish students for active participation
in jewish life. Hillel groups or committees are
designed to carry out these objectives.
The Personnel Committee is charged with the
task of fitting new members into the Hillel com-
munity and of stimulating greater participation
and interest in the program.
The Interfaith group seeks to promote under-
standing of non-jewish religious communities
and cooperates with other student religious
The Social Committee tries to make Hillel a
friendly student center. It plans dances, parties
and receptions and works with other groups in
conducting the Thursday Open Houses.
The Religious Committee helps other groups
plan the weekly Sabbath Hour and arranges for
Tarbuth fthe Hebrew for "culture"j organizes
and supervises the Foundations' jewish cultural
and educational activities. It also conducts
courses and discussion groups.
Other committees which aid the Foundation
in realizing its objectives are the Hebrew Speak-
ing Group, Library, Music, and Philanthropy
Committees, Hillel Players, War Service Com-
mittee, Hillel Zionist Group, Publications, Pub-
licity and Art, Recreation and Athletics, Social
XYelfare Group, Hillel Town Hall, Yiddish Kul-
tur Farein, Cooperative Dining Room, Graduate
Session, and Evening Session Groups.
Hillel at the University of Pennsylvania is a
functioning student democracy. The executive
committee, this year, was temporary until the
new constitution was adopted. The officers were:
Wilma Korn, president: Leo Greenfield, vice-
president: Dorothy Ginsburg, secretary: and
Mitchell Glick, treasurer.
Under the recently adopted constitution and
with the able guidance of the directors, Dr. Isaac
Rabinowitz and Rabbi Sidney Morganbesser,
Hillel has presented a program which has en-
riched the life of Penn students socially, cultur-
ally and religiously. The Spring Dance, the one-
act plays, the Cabaret, the lecture and discussion
series presented by Town Hall and Social Wel-
fare, and the Friday Evening Sabbath Hours,
have combined to make the program of the
Hillel Foundation of interest and value to all
Xvilnm Korn COUNCIL-Lcff lo right, fron? 7'0it'I Kremer. Ginsburg, Kopeikag filling:
'. ' B. Matt, Tucker, Korn, president, Z. Matt: sfnmffuzyi Ruttenberg, Kihrick,
Pmsldmt' VVeiss, Liebster, Halpern.
Patricia Gallagher, COUNCIL-l.wfl fo riufffzl, .t1'flz'1zg: .-Xrnffo, Turville, Gallagher tpresidentj,
president. Garaguso, Hespeg siazzdinz-rf: Dych, Bretsky, Mosshart.
Gaining the cooperation of all the Newman
Clubs in Philadelphia was the greatest achieve-
ment of our campus chapter this year. Under
the leadership of Patricia Gallagher, council
president. the Newman Clubs from Drexel and
Temple joined ours and held a Tri-college com-
munion breakfast on Sunday, March 11th. An-
other new activity this year was the glee club
which was organized at the beginning of the
second term. The group learned litergical music
and later in the year sang at special religious
The opening function on our special events
calendar was a tea for freshmen at the close
of our membership drive in the fall. Frosh were
then invited to join the club and were introduced
to Newman activities. With Christmas came our
annual party for the children of St. james'
schools. Margaret Mosshart decorated the hall
with crepe paper and tinsel in addition to the
traditional tree. The children, as usual, wel-
comed the ice cream and cake with excitement
and claimed that it "couldnt be Santa Claus
'cause he had brown shoes on."
Regular club meetings were held every Mon-
day night. After the business of the evening was
over, discussions were held. The chief topic of
these discussions was f'Marriage and the Family"
and Father john Donnelly, club chaplain, ex-
plained to us the church's stand on many of these
subjects connected with this topic. jean Daley,
elected earlier in the term as discussion leader,
selected and planned the discussion programs.
The second weekly activity was the Thurs-
day afternoon dance. Newmanites spent their
time dancing to the tunes of the recorder and
sipping cokes. Holidays brought special decora-
tions, as did the War Stamp day, when admit-
tance for the dancers was the purchase of a
The annual "wearing of the greeni' came at the
St. Pattyis Day Dance, when Houston Hall
Auditorium was bedecked with shamrocks, clay
pipes and high hats. Penn's fair colleens and
dates gave due homage to the Saint and enjoyed
a festive occasion.
To climax this yearis activities, it is only fit-
ting that we add a word of praise to Patty
Gallagher, whose efforts have kept the Newman
Club running in full force and purpose.
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Scholarship. leadership and service are the
qualifications for members of Mortar Board, the
national senior honorary society. Girls in the
junior class with these outstanding qualities
tapped in the traditional Hey Day service, be-
come members for their coming senior year.
This year members are: Helen Viteles, presi-
dent: Marie di Giovanni. vice-president: Vir-
ginia Craemer, corresponding secretary: Roma
Quinn. recording secretary: Phyllis Stevenson,
historian: and Marie Senn. treasurer.
The March graduation of Helen Yiteles left
a vacancy in the society that was filled by the
mid-year tapping of limliy Gamber. Marie di
Giovanni succeeded Helen as president, while
Emily Gamber became vice-president,
Mortar Board activities calendar. a project
started last year. took the form of a red-covered
date book which was consulted by coeds all year.
Service for the year began at Spring Moun-
tain House when Mortar Board gave a dinner at
Freshman Camp for the new frosh. Soon after
the start of classes the society sponsored its an-
lom, left to riyflzl: Craemcr.
Di Giovanni, Quinn. Senn,
nual party for transfer students. For the second
year the club renewed a service to fellow stu-
dents and the war effort by opening a War Stamp
booth in Bennett Hall. Under the chairmanship
of Marie di Giovanni and Emily Gamber, volun-
teer workers sold War Stamps for Uncle Sam.
An innovation in Mortar Board's program this
year was a series of informal student-faculty dis-
cussions. These meetings to discuss campus
topics have served to better relationships between
women students and their professors. Open
houses given for students at the homes of faculty
members as a result of these discussions have
helped the two groups become better acquainted.
Annual social affairs sponsored by the Board
are the Smar-Tea and Reunion Dinner. The
Smar-Tea is given each spring in honor of stu-
dents on the Deans List. At Reunion Dinner,
Mortar Boarders. past and present, gather.
Every year the Mortar Board Cup is awarded
to the outstanding girl in the freshman class on
the basis of scholarship. activity and potential
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Election to Sphinx and Key, junior honorary
society, is based on character, leadership and
service in campus activities. The society aims
to promote better service through the companion-
ship of those who serve. Officers this year are:
Elaine Hooven, president, and Molly Schwebel,
secretary-treasurer. Other junior class members
are: Milnor Alexander, jane Edwards, Doris
Hill and Rita Mann. Senior members are: Mar-
garet Blair, janet Dackerman, Jeanne Greyer,
Midge Hill, Elaine Sloane, Phyllis Stevenson
and Helen Viteles.
Sphinx and Key's service for the year began
during the orientation program when members
helped plan for Freshman Camp. Under the
chairmanship of Elaine Hooven, the society di-
rected Dean Hottel's formal reception for new
students. Ender the leadership of Molly Schwebel
the society organized student guides for High
School Day, By means of talks, tours and teas,
students from nearby schools were given a sample
of Penn life.
Tag Day is set aside each December to col-
lect contributions for Christmas baskets for
Philadelphia's needy families, and campus booths
pfaimc ana! Key-
IPUHUIII, Icff to riglzf:
Hill, Hoovcn, Mann
are manned by volunteer workers. This year
Millie Alexander acted as chairman.
The Green Egdirb bridge party was held on
March 17th in honor of St. Patrick. The gala
affair was directed by Dodie Hill. Fortune-telling
and a quick-sketch artist made the afternoon an
The annual reunion tea for past members
brought reminiscences of Sphinx and Key activ-
ities of former years. Dinners and luncheons
given by members throughout the year brought
the girls closer in their aims of service to Penn.
The special project of this years society was
plans for a revision of the activity program and
attempts to increase student interest in campus
Each year Sphinx and Key gives an award to
a senior who has rendered outstanding service
and who has not been given previous recogni-
tion. The reward for her service was made on
' Eelia Kappa
Phi Beta Kappa was founded on December 5.
1776 at the College of William and Mary. The
Delta of Pennsylvania Chapter was established
at this university in 1893, and in September,
1934, permission was granted the chapter to
form 3. College for lYomen section.
Election to membership in the society means
recognition of outstanding scholarship and has
l.iQt! to z'1,t1711', lzwzl: Lush: fzrxf
rw-zu: Gottlieb, fiamber. tiractucr.
lloyd, Murdock: lwurk rmv: Wasch-
ler, Rogers, Miller, Slevcnsoii.
Merion. St-nn, Factor.
come to be a prediction that the member will
make a worthwhile contribution to society. The
election takes place twice a year: in the spring
from the junior class and in the fall from mem-
bers of the same class who are then seniors.
They are selected by an electoral board com-
prised of nine faculty members, three alumnae,
and the otncers of the society.
IXIEMIIICRS-Sillino, Ivfl lo
righii Korn, Steinnieyer, Tan-
seyg sfomfizigz Baxter, Nichol-
son, Killough, di Giovanni,
Alexander, Bowen, Giangnlio,
Hays, Hill, Kurz, MacCorlqell.
Pi Lambda Theta, founded in 1917, is the
national honorary educational society for Women.
The qualifications for membership are based
upon evidence of high professional standards,
keen interest in education, and qualities of in-
tegrity and enthusiasm that will make it pos-
sible for her to become a leader in her chosen
The purposes of the organization are to foster
BllLMliI'.R5-lmff lo rilolzl. ,front ro-rv: Rl. Hill. Mitchell.
Spiers, Ganiber, Alexancler, Coniber, lfranltsg .Vt't'UlIt7' Vow'
Yiteles. lfine, Griiilitlis, Senn. Edwards, cli Giovanni. Quinn:
flzird rotu: Stanton. Korn, Quinlan, lloyd, Hoown: llork
row: liroaclbc-lt, IJ. llill, Dackerinzni, Scliwebel.
Xlerion, Xlzinn. Crztciner, Pt-cle, Shay, Crothvrs, Thomas.
Gallagher, Blair, Stevenson.
0 pi .famicfa 7fzeZ'a
professional spirit and to seek and maintain the
highest standards of scholarship and professional
preparation, especially among women: to work
actively to further the cause of democratic edu-
cation, to cooperate in the solution of problems
which interpenetrate various field of knowledgel
to develop a professional fellowship among
women engaged in education: and to encourage
graduate work in accordance with these purposes.
Each year twenty-five students are se-
lected from the juniors and seniors en-
rolled in the College of Liberal Arts for
XYomen, the School of Fine Arts, and the
School of Education and are given nation-
wide recognition through the publication
of "Whos Who Among Students in Amer-
ican Universities and Colleges." These
girls are chosen on the basis of outstand-
ing contributions in respect to service and
leadership and future possibilities in social
and economic circlesi The choice is made
by a committee comprised of members of
the university faculty, administration, and
the students elected the previous year who
are listed again.
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New Student Week introduces freshmen,
transfer students and Pennsylvania to each
other. After a rousing week-end at Freshman
Camp, during which campus leaders imbue
the new class with Penn tradition, action shifts
to the campus. Here frosh meet their "big
sisters" in the junior class and transfer stu-
dents find 'tcompanions' who are in their
own class. Besides helping the new students
through the intricacies of registration, big
sisters and companions introduce them to
campus organizations and other Pennsylvania
women. Mrs. Hottel's formal reception pre-
sents new students socially to campus leaders
and women of the University administration,
A luncheon, given by the sophomore class,
gives new students a glimpse at the leading
faculty members of the administration. The
luncheon, followed by W. S. G. A. opening ex-
ercises and a W. A. A. meeting, introduces
the activities of women's organizations.
A supper and dance at the C. A. informs
the girls of the program of the Christian
Association and acquaints them with Cabinet
members who lead the program.
A great amount of effort is put forth to
stimulate new participants in the campus ac-
tivities and Penn traditions in general.
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One of the highlights of the welcoming
program extended to freshmen in the first few
weeks of school is the Big Sister Party. Here
the sister classes join together for an evening
of fun and it gives the frosh a chance to do
a little hostessing for their junior big sisters.
The spotlight this year was pointed to Jane
Eddy Thompson who, under the direction of
Elaine Hooven, took honors as chairman.
Little sisters donned baby clothes and had
a great time romping around the C. A. as
would-be three year olds. The climax of the
evening came with the usual baby parade,
viewed by judges Dr. Elizabeth Flower, Nancy
Welsh and jane Harris. Joanne Anderson
took the bows as the prettiest baby, while
jane Eddy Thompson was judged cutest tyke.
Sally Flynn was outstanding as the funniest.
The entertainment of the evening was well
handled by the little sisters. A cleverly pro-
duced skit, with an all-frosh cast, brought
approval and applause from juniors and frosh.
The purpose of the Big Sister program is
to help the freshmen get acquainted with Penn
during registration and orientation weeks. In
March the "older" freshmen played big sisters
to the March freshmen and gave them a Big
Sister Party, which is one of Pennls most
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Hey Day on june Sth is an important
event among Pennsylvania women. At this
time new ofhcers of campus organizations as-
sume their positions and all women's classes
move formally ahead to their respective year.
After the academic procession into Bennett
Hall Gymn, the retiring W. S. G. A. president
hands her gown and gavel to her successor.
The new president, as her first ofhcial duty,
conducts the Hey Day exercises. The mem-
bers of VV. S. G. A. Executive Council ex-
change corsages with their successors as
tokens of the year of office.
lVinners of prizes are announced. Tradi-
tional awards to women students are the
Mortar Board cup to an outstanding fresh-
man, Sphinx and Key award to a senior for
service, Charles E. Fox cup for social service.
Chi Omega prize to the outstanding senior in
sociology, and the scholarship plaque to the
fraternity with the greatest scholarship im-
provement. The traditional tapping ceremony
informs new members of their election to
Mortar Board. Gamma Chi, glee club honor
society: Sphinx and Key, junior honorary so-
ciety: Athlon, athletic honorary society: and
Bowling Green, dramatic society, all announce
new members as well.
Afterward, the seniors plant ivy underneath
their plaque outside Bennett Hall.
Pirates BalleOne dark night in early No-
vember bones rattled and skeletons danced
in Weightman Hall Gym! Pirates were mak-
ing merry and drinking the blood of innocent
Freshmen at the traditional initiation of new
students. Lead by Adele Kremer, cruel soph-
cmores hazed shivering frosh who were forced
to crawl through jungles, eat worms. walk
the plank, and recite the Freshman Handbook.
ll'ith the freshmen sufficiently submissive,
Milnor Alexander. chairman of the ball, in-
troduced the guests of the evening with tlow-
ery verse. Then followed the customary song
contest, joining seniors and sophs against
juniors and frosh. Each side sang a slow song
and a retort to the opposition. This past year
the junior-frosh slow song was judged best
while the seniors and sophs won with their
Pirates paraded in the costume contest with
bold strutting and capricious capering. The
judges announced that Millie Alexander was
the prettiest pirate and Peg Bishop the most
Midge Hill entertained with one of her
famous pantomimes. Ronny Schwartz read a
monologue and other songs and poetry were
presented by jean McBride and julie Yarnell,
The University of Pennsylvanias Red Cross
Unit this year took the lead in calling together
delegates from college Red Cross units from the
Philadelphia area for the purpose of organizing
a permanent council. Milnor Alexander, chair-
man of the Penn unit, organized the meeting,
since Penn is the oldest of all college Red Cross
organizations. Beaver. Drexel, Temple. Bryn
Mawr, Harcum junior College, and Ogontz
junior College were represented.
The Council of College Units for the Phila-
delphia Area was formed for the purpose of
bringing about a closer alliance among college
groups, and of undertaking a mutual aid pro-
gram in promoting Red Cross activities on the
Members of the Red Cross Board are the
chairmen of the volunteer services in addition
to Milnor Alexander, chairman, Margaret Blair,
vice-chairman, Gloria Verstein, recording secre-
tary: Inga Rest, corresponding secretary: and
Irene Quinlan, treasurer.
The Home Nursing Course. under chairman
Mary Anne Schlosser, aims to teach simple nurs-
ing procedures so important during the critical
shortage of trained nurses. Emmy Lou Butler,
chairman of hospital work, called for volunteers
for work in local hospitals, no preliminary train-
ing being required. Mary Ann Disbrow headed
the drive for blood donors.
A Jun-ior Red Cross was established at the
University Settlement House under Lenore Lin-
salata, chairman of settlement house work. The
surgical dressings group, under Peggy Thompson,
made dressings for Red Cross and hospitals at
Wistar Institute. Eva Repetto capably recruited
Red Cross teas and social events were planned
by Elaine Hooven, social chairman and students
were kept informed of Red Cross activities by
Helen Tyson, publicity chairman.
The 1945 War Fund Drive featured five dol-
lar shares to be dedicated by the purchaser to
relatives in service. Total daily returns were
posted as everyone watched the twelve-hundred
dollar goal being approached. Almost all the
co-eds on the campus had a part in this drive
by soliciting for it in booths in all the buildings
on the campus and buying their individual
shares. This drive was headed by Patience
Franks and its success was insured by the pub-
licity Helen Tyson and her committee supplied.
This year, more than ever before, the Student
Branch of the Red Cross has come to mean
something to every girl on the Penn campus.
The chairman and board members have made
known to all the need for volunteer workers in
order to aid the war effort.
BOARIJ-l.t'ff to rfgflzt, front ro-rv: l.insallotta, Lcvergood, Butler: xiffiizg: Yiteles, Franks.
Disbrow. .-Xlcxandcr, Blair, Repetto, Quinlan, bark row: Allen, Thompson, Lynch. Hoovcll.
S. 9. 6.
llO.'XRDfI'.vff to right, siffnzgz Yiteles, Mann. Sack, Rosen: stnrzdifzgz Kremer. Spiers,
Kaplan, NYilder, Kopeika, .-Xrtz.
In an effort to take a more active part in the
war, the women students of Pennsylvania or-
ganized the Service Information Center. The
Center provided the opportunity for students to
secure information concerning worthwhile work,
and contacted agencies where their services
would be of value. To the S. I. C. office in the
basement of Bennett Hall come many calls from
such agencies as the Russian War Relief. The
Motor Corps, Canteens throughout Philadelphia.
hospitals. settlement houses, day nurseries, emer-
gency aid, and many other groups. Those girls
who were interested and qualified for the jobs
needed acted as typists. receptionists. student-
teachers, aides. delivery-girls, or any other odd-
job assistant that was needed.
The members of the Center registered people
who are doing or who wish to do, war work.
lt determined where volunteer workers could be
most useful and advised the applicants where
to apply. This year, in an effort to enroll all
women students in war work, Service Informa-
tion Center conducted a survey among the frater-
nities and worked with the Pan-Hellenic Council
to secure the reports. The number of houses
doing war work was determined as well as the
total hours of war work given by each fraternity
girl. Each house agreed to pledge a certain num-
ber of hours to war work a month and co-operate
with the Center as much as possible.
The survey was then extended to include
Sergeant Hall and later to independent com-
mutors. In this way, the total volunteer work
of the Pennsylvania women was determined by
this one group. Discussions were held to get
suggestions as to the best way to encourage
people to contribute to these worthwhile agen-
cies that needed student help. Publicity in the
Bennett News was used. as well as posters and
charts in the fraternity houses. The total stu-
dent enrollment of women came to realize how
vital the work of this Center had become and
by second semester more than half of them were
volunteering and doing their part for war work
The officers of the Service Information Center
for 1944-1945 were: Rita Mann, president:
Ellen Lee Sack, secretary: Anne Spiers. chair-
man of personnel: and Barbara Shyrock, chair-
man of job procurement.
UO.-XRD-l.vfl In Vlilfllf, frrml: Mitclicllg .iffflillltll Speirs, Schwab, Griffiths, Midge Hill as
Hill, slnnding: Everling, Alff, Dackerman. Frannie Frosh.
Opening event of the 1944-45 season of Penn-
sylvania Players was a tea for freshmen and any
other students who might be interested. On No-
vember 15th, freshman interviews began and
last until December. Freshmen must have these
interviews if they hope to take part in any of
Our first production was the traditional Christ-
mas play and this year we gave "Why the
Chimes Rangfl Leaders in the cast were: Midge
Hill, Dick Hammerman, Harold Prince and
In January the Players presented two series
of one-act plays in Houston Hall Auditorium.
The series given on the 17th included "The
Three Timerf' directed by Adele Andeluccig
"Suppressed Desiresfi directed by Anne Speirs,
and '4The Florist Shopfl directed by Midge Hill.
The second series came on the last of the month.
UWhere, But in America," directed by Jeanne
Fiske, UThe Trysting Placefl directed by Cath-
erine Santa Maria, and "Bayfield Picturefy di-
rected by Dick Young, were presented.
Activities stopped in February in tribute to
exams and the Mask and Wig Show, but re-
opened in March.
March 6th brought tryouts for our major pro-
duction, 'fPride and Prejudice," a dramatization
of Jane Austin's novel. Playing the leads were:
Dick Hammerman, Midge Hill, Anne Speirs,
Howard Burnett, Marjorie Little, Adele Ange-
lucci, Henry Guettel and Harold Prince. The
curtain rose on this, one of the most successful
productions in all the Players' history, on April
Sth. A matinee and two evening performances
were given. Needless to say, much of the success
of the play was due to behind-the-scene workers.
Penn Players directress this year was Miss
Margaret Kearney and she was assisted by the
popular Mrs. Louis Day, better known as Jean.
All undergraduates are eligible to try out for
the clubls plays and committees but there were
only seven actual club members this year. They
were: Midge Hill, chairman: Anne Speirs, busi-
ness managerg Edith Griffiths, secretary, Dor-
othy Schwab, publicity chairman, Marilyn Lush,
Marilyn Dee Mitchell and janet Dackerman.
In the spring new members were elected and
they were Adele Andelucci, Jeanne Fiske, Kath-
rine Santa Maria and Harriet Pfieffer.
Mag lay lflemaaied
Gone are the Clays when Morris Arboretum
was the scene of May Day festivities, echoing
the fun and laughter of rehearsals and the joy-
ousness of the final performance. Wartime re-
strictions have seriously hampered production
plans but Bowling Green, one of Penn's oldest
organizations, is doing its best to keep in exist-
ence the tradition of the May Queen. Until its
return we have many fond memories to recall.
Remember our freshman year and "Lt. Kijen
when fairies and spirits danced on the green
lawns? Remember Miss Quinn with her special
hat and slacks? Oh, for the days of the Maypole.
In 1943 we went all out for ffMay Day goes
to War" produced in Irvine Auditorium. This
beautiful pageant brought a salute to the United
Nations and was climaxed by the crowning of
Keith Grosvenor as the f'Goddess of Liberty."
Last year we were without any kind of Bowl-
ing Green production. However, a group of
seniors got together and brought us a formal
May Day Court in Eisenlohr Gardens. The May
Queen with her court was presented and Helen
Vittorini Spurck was crowned fairest of all.
This year Bowling Green surpassed expecta-
tions in their production of the customary pan-
New Clothes," given in Eisenlohr Gardens on
May 17th. With Miss Collins aiding as advisor,
this yearls grand success was directed by Midge
Hill, president, and assisted by Ann Spiers, pro-
duction managerg Margaret Blair, business man-
ager, Betty Nicholson, costume manager, and
Phyllis Stevenson, publicity manager.
The pantomime was narrated by the Dr.
Stabler of the Penn Zoology department and
included drama, comedy and dancing. The
climax, of course, came with the crowning of
the May Queen and the procession of her court.
The May Queen is always a senior and is
elected by all four classes in the spring. Her
court consists of six seniors and two representa-
tives from each class, totaling twelve.
This year Jan Townend Deininger was
crowned May Queen and was received by an
enthusiastic audience. Her court included: Janet
Dackerman, Emily Gamber, Midge Hill, Martha
Snyder, Nancy VK'elsh, Judy Wright, juniors, Bea
Dyson, Elaine Hooveng sophomores, Margaret
Bishop, jane Harris, freshmen, Betty Cooke,
tomime. The club's choice was t'The Emperors
,lim Towllcncl lit-iningcl'
MIVIMBIQRS - lfrff I0
Vigfllf 1 Stevenson, Speirs,
, Hill, Blair.
.fifli Zaefuf Waice --
4' 'fl' s -'t
fi.XlXlNl.X Clll -Lvfl to rigflzli llaly,
7lfamen'4 Glee glade
Under the direction of Mr. Robert Elmore and President
Milnor Alexander, the Womenls Glee Club very ably con-
cluded one of its most highly appreciated seasons.
The group inaugurated its season with two radio broad-
casts, both presented to heighten the Christmas festivities.
These broadcasts were followed by engagements at Swarth-
more, Girard and Haverford Colleges, the latter followed by
a dance at the school, and a special program given at St.
Marlis Church in Philadelphia. Throughout the year, the
choral group was of valuable assistance in many Chapel
services and in the various Cultural Olympic programs. During
an Inter-American Friendship festival sponsored by the Cul-
tural Olympics on April 4th, the Glee Club not only sang, but
also supplemented its singing with Spanish dancing. To climax
this successful season, the Club accepted an invitation to par-
ticipate in the Bach Festival, held on May 25th, at the
Academy of Music. Many of the major musical organization
of the Philadelphia area were represented in this musical
festival, which featured Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia
The choral group made tremendous strides this year, even
though the male faction 'went to war." The members showed
marked enthusiasm in their work, and were instrumental in
bringing to their group well earned recognition of achieve-
ments and deserved acclamation from music lovers throughout
me uyoisin Colt-liowcr. lol poi , Turyillc, Sl'1tnicl', Criner. Klallic-ws.
Nll.Kll,l.ly5- -Inf! lu11,t,71f,j1m1l mtv. lxul ,. D . , , ins 1 i 1 x 1
xYZllCl'llUl'I .vrmrzci V0-iv: NYeiss, Rlcllribc, Hamell, Lilly, .Xlt-xanfler, liby, Tiers, XYortlii1ig'to1i. XYendel, Cassel.
XX'gll1g fluffy yugo: Everest. Butts, Cliristman. XYilson, Xlcliinney. llolburn. Mantis, llaly. Sharlock Sclialz,
McCalw, Thompson, Exar, Cooling, Hokkcn. Sucllow. Lang, l.t-inbach, Garretson, l.ittle, Xlcbcr, Artz.
Pi Mu Epsilon-The oldest honorary frater-
nity on campus is Pi Mu Epsilon, the mathe-
matics society for those people who have done
B work, or better, in their math courses, This
year there are only three women members:
Stella Factor, Irene Williams and Virginia
Kraemer. Originally the local organization
was known as the Yiniculum Club, founded
by the women in the School of Education.
MEMl5liRS: Factor and liraemer.
Aizsi-:NT Rlaxinicnz XYilliams.
Delta Phi Alpha-better known as the Ger-
man honorary society, is composed of those
people who have done outstanding work in
Germanic languages and literature. There are
approximately fifty active members this year,
and seven new members were elected this past
spring. Dr. Adolph C. Gorr is the adviser.
MEMIEICRS: lfurz and llych.
A-XRSI-2N'I' Rlmrlxlilesz Buckley, llielricli, llietz,
Factor, llriflitli, firoscvt-nor, Hammer, liaslcin.
l.ol1r, l.ubicl1, Xltfall, Prviseudanz, Ross, Sveml-
svu, XXvtIUllX'L'l', Yarvinlco, Yolie.
Pi Gamma Mu-the social sciences society.
was founded in 1927 to instill a scientific atti-
tude toward social questions. Membership is
based on scholastic achievement, and every
year a plaque is awarded to a fraternity that
shows the greatest improvement in scholar-
ship. Pi Gamma lXIu's adviser is Dr. Edward
MElX'll3lCRS-fmff to riyflif, front zwrzvt ll. Nlatt,
Quinn, Z. Matt, lmvk z'o'2u: Martin, l7I'lL'CllIlllllCI',
Aasizxr Mi-Ixrmilesz Mann, Di Giovamii, Dorn-
blum, Cranston, Clemens, Shyrock, XYasclilcr,
Dyson, lit-ysen, Xlvilford, Shore, llockenberry,
Tansey. lloyd, Swim.
Pi Delta Phi-ln 1938 the honorary French
fraternity, Pi Delta Phi, was established at
Penn. It is the most recently organized hon-
orary society on this campus. although the
first national chapter was founded at the Uni-
versity of California in 1906. Excellence in
the French language is a requirement for
KlEMl3lilQS: Klurdock and Di tiiovainii.
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Wamm '4 14U1.Ze2fac
"Come on, team. Let's go!"
Again this year, as in years past,
women at Pennsylvania have joined
in this familiar cry of encouragement
for their teams to hold high the
standard of the Red and Blue. The
Womens Athletic Association belongs
to every woman student on campus,
be she the athlete, the manager, or
the rooter. We are proud of all those
who have participated in any one or
more of these capacities.
The fall season saw hockey players
by the dozens invading River Field
again. Boasting seven all-intercol-
legiate stick swingers and led by
Betsy Crothers. the team emerged
Y with a record string of five victories
BASKETlS4Xl,L TlCAlXl-Left lo riglzl, .rififngft Crotllcrs, Gager, and 0116 tie, The Penn-Beaver match
McPliilli1nyg sttI11r1'1'11y: Ranglilcy, Craenicr. Mink, Coach Russell. proved to be the most important and
most interesting of the college hockey
season as both teams entered the game with undefeated records at stake. After an exciting battle, it
was the girls from Bennett Hall who kept their slate clean to register the first undefeated hockey
season in Pennls history.
With the coming of winter the athletes scurried indoors to bowl, swim, and play basketball or bad-
minton. The mermaids had a very successful record despite a heartbreaking loss to Temple which
ended a six year winning streak. But, under Captain Anne Monihan and dependable Judy Auritt,
the team started from the defeat to make a comeback which we hope will last another six years at
least. The basketball team met some stiH opposition this year but managed to put up a good light every
time. The return of most of the squad promises a team better than ever next year.
Spring found us outdoors golfing and playing softball and tennis. With Captain jan Dackerman
holding down the hot spot, the softball team was prepared to meet any opponent, including the Bryn
Mawr hard-ball team. Varsity tennis players had a high record to uphold from last year but managed
to meet this challenge in fine style.
One of the biggest events in the
W. A. A. year was the founding of
an athletic honorary society called
Athlon, the Greek word for athletics.
Members are elected on a point basis
but must also meet certain scholastic
requirements and show enthusiasm,
dependability, sportsmanship and re-
sponsibility in their participation in
sports. A girl may be elected at the
end of her sophomore year or there-
after. Five charter members were
chosen by an election committee.
They were Marguerite Boyd, Betsy
Crothers, janet Dackerman, Sue
Gager and Dorothy Mink. Points are
accumulated by managers, varsity
and junior varsity players in both
major and mingr Sportg, Captains Of row: Rasler, Anritt, lXlonihan, Davies,
SDONS, alid H1056 serving OH XV, A. A, Shay: .Yflllllilillflf Young, Mitchell, Coach liyans. Sloane, Reshgatoor.
Council. These points are awarded as
stated in the by-laws. The society has tried to set a high standard which will only allow elections of
those athletics which are deserving of such an honor. Elections were held again this spring and the
new members announced at Hey Day.
The YY. A. A. was pleased to award six ten-point bracelets and four blazers to girls who had reached
twenty points. Gold hockey sticks were presented to the members of the undefeated hockey team.
Among the bracelet winners were Dorothy Mcljhillemy, Eunice Shay and Dorothy l'eele Kraame. The
blazer winners included Ginny Craemer and Mary Lees McKinney.
The VV. A. A. was led by Dorothy l'eele Kramme, the beginning of the year. and Betsy Crothers
took over the presidency second semester. Naomi Rittenberg was then elected to nll in the vacany of
vice-president. Other ofhcers of the Council were: Marguerite Boyd, secretary: lileanore Hess, treas-
urer: and Dorothy Mink, member-at-large.
The junior varsity teams had excellent records this year, too. From all of us who have come up
from the ranks to you who some day will come up, too, we say, "Nice going! "
lmfl fo Vliflllf,
Am, ice 7aJay, facfq?
Those sports which are not played by a
large number of students are classed as minor
sports. The participants work hard, however,
and experience as much fun as those partici-
pating in major sports. The Dance Group had
an active season and, as usual, was the object
of much praise and admiration. The Cultural
Olympics demonstration was beautifully done.
President Bebe Chianese and her group have
made good use of a generous allotment to buy
material for costumes and other equipment.
The members are a very enthusiastic lot and
are sure to go places in the future.
The shortage of golf balls could not stop
those energetic lassies who enjoy chasing those
elusive white spheres from hillside to hillside.
Badminton has provided lots of fun for all the
players on the team who have caught the en-
thusiasm of Harriet Pfieffer. The players had
the experience of outside competition which
has helped to develop more confidence and
assurance, that will go a long way towards a
successful season next year. Bowling has also
had some interesting matches scheduled by
hard-working Catherine Eni. The loss to
Drexel was by a very slight margin and served
:X'l'lll.UN-l.vj'f In I'Iif!IIliI Mink, llackerman. lloyd an
Crothers. .-XBSIQNT: Gager.
Top row: Penn's intercollegiate hockey players: Donkey
Day at Franklin Ficldg cramped quartersg Betsey in her
stride. lfollouz row: NVho'll get it? Kerplash! VVho
l"i5!11ri'.v ro11v'1'i'.fy Plzilu. lIll1lllAI'L'7' 411111 Tin' 1fi'v111'r1gf linllclirz
XTODERX DANCE GROUP-Inf! fn l'!-glIIf,f7'll71f ron"
Lhiancse, Rittvnberg, Broadbelt, Harrison: bark mtv'
Lnrtis, YYood, Cipolla, Syllnesvcdt, l.ipp, Skelton.
Marmaris QXBSENTZ Pollen, Lysle, Renninger.
lnjv row: XN'idc open spacesg shuttlecock chasersg want
1 sling' shot? ,lfiddlc row: After the battle: on the side
es for a change. Bflfflllll row: Far far zlwayg Dottie
at ease: watch out-Temples coming: eager beaver.
to strengthen the morale of each bowler and
the determination to be on top of such close
ones in the future. Lacrosse is a new sport
which was started last year and hailed again
this year. The interest has grown rapidly.
Several matches were scheduled for lacrosse,
archery and golf this spring. The added en-
thusiasm shown in these sports gives great
promise of interesting seasons ahead.
Fourth Floor Bennett Hall found itself all
dressed up in green paint, venetian blinds, soft
carpets, easy chairs and sofas at the start of
the fall semester. W. A. A. sincerely appre-
ciates the generosity and interest shown in its
activities, which is expressed by the outfitting
of this grand lounge. lt is open to anyone at
almost any time and is used proudly to en-
tertain visiting opponents, for meetings con-
cerning athletics, for studying, or merely for
And so closes another year of athletics. We
will long remember the friendships that we
made and the fun we had working and playing
together as we strived to uphold the honor of
the Pennsylvania Girl.
Tu ll1Nl0YQ1'Z1ll cznnp . , . COUIISCIUYS and mascot . . . Nlllllllkilll . . . dUl'll1 shturs . . . little rod vznbuusc .
juvial Juniors . . . nl swinnnin' lloh- . . . sozxkin' in the ann . . . Ann goes lu lunch . . . anmv maidens . .
Franny says hcllu to Father lion . . . Betsy Cllllltillg . . . counselors in their Sunday best . . . wc gave . . .
7a Paamale Sulwhaacl-
Two members of each fraternity are delegated
to Pan-Hellenic Council and this group attempts
to promote a friendly and cooperative atmos-
phere among fraternity women, to formulate fair
rushing standards, and regulate all inter-house
affairs. The officers this year were: M. Dee
Mitchell, presidentg Rosalyn Fine, vice-presi-
dent: Anita Garaguso, secretary: Charlotte
Garretson, treasurer: and Adele Potteiger, pub-
Looking backward over four years of rushing
seasons, we will remember especially our last
year of parties and problems. meetings and teas
which culminated in the pledging of more than
two hundred Pennsylvania women to the eleven
houses on campus. To celebrate this event, our
annual Pan-Hellenic Formal. headed by Peg
Thompson, was held in January at the Hotel
Philadelphian and proved to ge a great success.
Pan-Hel has been working to establish less
stringent pre-rushing rules this year. Also, a new
movement was directed to bring fraternity mem-
bers into more active participation in volunteer
war work through cooperation with S. l. C. For
the first time in Pan-Hel history, a regular sys-
tem of spring rushing was formulated to meet
the needs of the March freshmen. A round of
open houses and luncheons were held. As a result,
a number of girls were pledged, enabling them
to join a fraternity without waiting until their
ln the spring, basketball and swimming tourna-
ments provided informal affairs which fostered
inter-fraternity spirit. At the annual songfest
the top honors of the evening went to the house
showing the most originality and skill, while
scholarship honors were conferred upon the
house which attained the highest average. The
high spot of the traditional affair was the hand-
ing over of the gavel by Dee Mitchell to Pan-
Hel's new president.
VOUNCII,-I,pfl In 7-iiflyl, ff-on! rozu: Schultz. Tyson, Clayton. l.t'vcrgood: .rrtwuztf Vote: l.illy. l'ottt-igcr.
Mitchell. Garaguso, Garretson, Copeg bark row: Cunningliain. Thompson. Reiiner, Yan Rotlen, l3urrows.
Dattner, Adsit, Franks, Reiser.
aaa ea mega
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MIQMIEERS-1'.vfl lo Vliflllf, front row: Millar, King, Gashill, Rincliffe. Roberts, Moelcler. Caral. ll. lfirshner.
lfyerling. Terry. li. liirslmcr. Uukhart: .rvcolzzf ro-for Reenter, Hill. Olivier, Cannon. Allardice. Hodglfins, Smith,
Monihau. Reyes. .-Xlff, Troutyettcr. Mitchell. Schwebel. Yauss, Hoagland. Smelyerg flzird rote: Str'mg'e, Lirzunur,
Congdon, Reiff. llycrs. Holcombe. Coucart. Scott. XYatts, Reilly. .Xnderson, llrown. Tahlquist. XYilliams. Pollitt.
Yarnall. Ford, Herbert. Finck: track Vo-tw: Morrison, llreau. Darus, Conly, llardsley, lludd. Maclfarlancl. llelli,
lleadley. Evans. Xxitlfflllllgtttll. Oeters, l,J'.Xmelio, Cliaridse. Bishop. Navarro. XYhitaker. Larson, lligli. Allen.
At the last regular meeting of Alpha Epsilon
chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, President Lucille
Trautvetter decided that the chapter activities
for the school year 1944-45 should be reviewed.
Before classes began we had our annual tea
dance for the Middies from Annapolis after the
Penn-Navy game. First back-at-school activity
was a tea in honor of our new housemother. Mrs.
Natalie Edgar. lt was then that we introduced
her to the campus.
Next we plunged head first into rushing and
all that goes with it. lt was very gratifying to
pledge thirty-nine girls at the end of the two
week period. The week of january 21st brought
Miss Martha Leighton, Eastern Province presi-
dent. to the house at 3919 Locust Street. We all
had personal interviews with her.
February lst. Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma
Alpha Epsilon gave a tea dance for the chapter
and the prohts went to the C. A.-Hillel Drive.
The next week we had an exchange dinner with
Kappa Kappa Gamma. The chapter gave a party
for Orthopedic Childrens Ward at the Univer-
sity Hospital on the first of March.
Pledge Formal was held in the chapter house
early in March. just in time to be caught by the
curfew. April 23rd we entertained faculty mem-
bers at a tea and not long after we had initia-
tion. Spring formal came in the middle of May,
Our cultural calendar included speakers on
the Red Cross. WAVES. modern dancing, so-
cialized medicine. marriage, and a vast variety
of subjects. The chapter pledged itself to give
a maximum amount of time and effort to volun-
teer war service. As part of this work we decided
to go as a body and donate blood to the Red
Cross. Many members enlisted in the Nurses
Aide Corps or acted as hospital volunteers.
Much of the success of this year is due to
our president. Lucille Trautvetter, and our
sub-ofhcers. Marilyn Alff, vice-president: Dee
Mitchell. recording secretary: Evelyn Smith.
corresponding secretary: and Anita Reyes,
Shirley Clemens, president of Psi chapter of
Alpha Omicron Pi, called the last meeting of
1944-45 to order. The events of the year were
Before school opened, all the girls helped clean
and paint the chapter house at 3707 Locust
Street. In November a tea was given for our
housemother and later another tea was given
for faculty members. Near the end of the month
we received a visit from our traveling secretary,
Nancy Vance Moyer, whose helpful hints in-
sured a successful rushing season. A tea was
given in her honor and other campus fraterni-
ties were invited. On December Sth a Founderis
Day dinner was given at the house by the Phila-
delphia Alumnae chapter.
During rushing the A O Pi's sprang a sur-
prise which had been in our minds for a long
time. We pledged our housemother, Miss Helen
Zanzinger, and asked our alumnae advisor, Dr.
Helen Campbell, to act as her ifmotherf' It was
a thrilling event in the life of our chapter. At
the close of rushing the Alpha O's pledged
twelve freshmen. Afterward, the actives gave a
Christmas party with the new pledges as guests
During the summer the A O Pils had gone
as a group to roll bandages for the Red Cross.
It was decided to continue this worthwhile ac-
tivity every other Tuesday night. On March 11th
a dance was held at the house and initiation
took place March 12th. The active and alumnae
chapters had a dinner afterward. The next week
the new initiates gave a Scavanger-hunt Party
for the older actives.
On April 26th we were honored with a visit
from the A O Pi national president, Mrs. Dor-
othy Dean. A tea, to which the other houses
were invited, and an alumnae-active Formal
Party were given in her honor. The week-end
reached its climax when members of the house
attended the National Convention in New York.
In the Spring, monthly Saturday night dances
were given by the A O Pils. A picnic given for
the chapter by the alumnae was held in May.
With house party at Ocean City the chapter
ended a busy, successful year of activities.
MEMBERS-Left fo riglzf, front row: VVciss, Artz, VVilkinson, Shetlock, Austin, Harker, B. Franks, Stabinsky,
Nixong second row: P. Franks, Daly, Kracmer, Clemens, Clayton, Sclieerer, Stnhrisg Iuzrk rote: Merion, Lutz,
Garbee, Anderson, Cronquist, Maxton, Aruffo, Gatter, Cienkowski, Hittner, Baclie. BTEMBERS AnsENT: Homa,
,rlzpfaxfm The last meeting of Alpha Xi Delta, 3822
Locust Street, was called to order by the presi-
dent, Phyllis Stevenson. The activities of the
year were reviewed.
November arrived, bringing with it many plans
for the year. These first few weeks saw the
arrival of a High School Day tea and a tea
for our alumnae. Rushing soon overtook us and
We were busily engaged with parties, climaxed
by the pledging of thirty girls on December 20th.
Fraternity mothers and daughters enjoyed a be-
lated Christmas party and the Pan-Hel Dance.
january was highlighted by a visit from our
national president, honored with a formal recep-
tion and an all campus tea. We also have been
fortunate in having our province president with
us on numerous occasions during the year.
A new idea to promote inter-fraternity spirit
through a series of fraternity open houses was
inaugurated. The pledges did their bit with
their annual pledge tea. Other customary inter-
fraternity activities such as the sport tourna-
ments and the song contest received our en-
The spring term brought the pledge dance at
the house, innauguration of new officers, March
rushing, pledging, and a continuation of pajama
parties and get-togethers for the fraternity. A
series of Sunday tea dances for groups of men's
fraternities was held. lnitiation, on April 7th,
was held for twenty-five pledges. Mothers and
daughters dined together and had fun at the
Initiation Dance that night.
The big social service project of the year was
Red Cross. This year money was raised in a na-
tional effort to send pianos overseas to hospital
ships. Well over 5200 from the Philadelphia area
was presented at our annual Founderls Day
Banquet at the Warwick on April 14th. Other
projects of the year included giving blood, read-
ing to the blind, making scrapbooks for hospitals,
and the spring pledge project of making stuffed
animals for the Red Cross.
The closing weeks of school saw our annual
faculty tea and the climax came with a success-
ful dinner-dance at the Barclay on June Znd.
And now that June is here we'll forget exams
and head for houseparty in Ocean City.
MEKTIZICIQS-Lz'ff to Vigflzf, frwzf mtv: iillllll, Rest, Patterson, Rust. Trizotti. l,ipp, lli Giovanni, lloyd, Mitchell,
Grifiitlig .rcrmld ruru: Marino. Lynch, Xicliolson, Blair, Stevenson, XYoof,ly, Baxter, Mchlackiu, Skelton,
Dackcrnian, Russell, Shaffer, flzzrd wiv: llisliop. Lcvergoocl. Slizlw. Cassel, XYilson, Sullivan, Fanger, Edwards.
Stout, Yarcinko, Hutton, Iaggard, Stevens, Sutton, Pncffcr. Purdy: bark Vow: flare, Buckley. Gentry, Kurz,
Phillips, Hanncrs, Tnllane, XVz1ndcrcy, Frank, Rouglilcy, Everest, johnson, DePaul, NVilliams.
T 'Pt T l 'il
MliMBERS-Lvff fo Vllffllf, yfrmzf zwrzvz llanicll, Dankworth, XYllL'ClQI', Kimball, Lightner, Hitchens. jack, VVallg
.fwolzrf row: Richard, llanlon, llipson, Craemer, Christmau, Semi. Miller, llroadbelt, Mcllowell, Klachcrg
bark ro-zu: Garretson, Good, Xlatlicws. llolburn, Curtis. Blcliinncy, Spacli-. Morrison. McCann, Herbert, Loud,
Lilley, llenedict, Stratton, llztycy, 'l'il'1'zu1y.
The final meeting of the Beta Alpha chapter
of Chi Omega, 3831 Walnut Street, was called
to order by the president, Marie Senn.
Rushing plans were made for teas, open houses
and parties. Pledging was held and the Christ-
mas party followed,
Both pledges and actives met during Christ-
mas holidays for dinner and theater. The Ice
Follies were attended by a large group.
A letter was received from Roddy Pagett, our
eleven year old foster child from Buckingham,
England, whom we have adopted through the
"Foster Parents' Plan." Roddy displayed his
artistic talents in a hand-painted greeting card
to the chapter.
Beta Alpha gave a tea dance january 6th
for the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity in return for
the one given us in December. Pan-Hellenic
Formal was affirmed a great success by all on
January 13th. Chi Omega Mothers' Club pre-
sented the house with a beautiful lace tablecloth
and matching scarfs.
In the monthly letter from Mary Love Collins,
our national president, she congratulated Beta
Alpha for having won the scholarship cup in
19443 also the song plaque with an original song
by june Steigerwald, former president. The
actives sang at a song festival given by the
alumnae for the benefit of the Red Cross. Every-
one had a wonderful time at the card party-
On March 17th, a gala party was held in
honor of Saint Patrick, The actives, for whom
it was given by the newly initiated members,
enjoyed the evening.
Bernie Berle's Orchestra was featured at our
Spring Formal--held April 7th at the Hotel
Philadelphian. Before the dance, our Fiftieth
Anniversary Banquet was held at the same time
as those of our ninety-six other chapters all over
the United States. Favors as well as the yearly
awards were given to actives and pledges.
The last meeting of this term was adjourned
by the president.
:sara :maze :zezza Psi chapter of Delta Delta Delta opened an-
other successful year with the first meeting held
on Tuesday, November 7, 1944. The first impor-
tant business of the year was rushing. After a
tiring, but gratifying rushing season, the Tri-
Delts added hfteen names to their list of
On january 2nd the house at 212 S. McAlpin
Street had a gala New Years party with plenty
of gifts, gab and good things to eat. Ginny
Kinnaman acted as old man 1944. and Gennie
Comber portrayed baby 1945.
Social activities were not neglected at the Tri-
Uelt house! The Phi Delts honored us with a
tea dance on january 7th. Many Tri-Delt sisters
met, chatted and danced at the Pan-Hellenic
dance on january 16th. Then. January 28th,
the Philadelphia Alliance gave a tea for the
chapter at the home of our national president,
Mrs. Charles Perrin. The pledges were the guests
of honor. We entertained the Phi Gams on Feb-
ruary 4th at a tea dance. On February 7th and
8th the Tri-Delts en masse occupied a block of
seats at the delightful Mask and Wig production.
We had the pleasure of entertaining Tri-Delt's
traveling secretary, Barbara Edinger, who proved
a help and inspiration to every member of the
chapter. The chapter decided that each member
must participate in some type of war work to
cooperate one hundred percent with S. I. C. We
engaged in a minimum of two hours of work
a week and our time was spent in such worth-
while activities as Nurses Aid, Settlement House
and Red Cross.
The pledges gave three teas this year for
pledges of other houses and their formal was a
big success. It was held at President Loie
Monaghans house on May Sth. Initiation was
held on Sunday, April 15th and the pledges
heaved a sigh of relief when their dreams to be
an active finally came true. A bridge party was
held at the house Saturday, May 19th, to raise
money for a scholarship for some worthy under-
The year was brought to a gay and fruitful
close at the house-party in Ocean City. A per-
fect ending to a perfect year of Tri-Delta
MEMBIERS-lmfl lu 1'l'-flllf, fron! Vote: .'Xngellncci. Iloovcn, Thompson, Heermann, Repetto, Schwab, Viele,
Harscyg .vrumzlf row: Mcliinney, Maclfarland, Gritlitlis, Ramsey, Mankin, VVulsli, Monaghan, l.owte, Kinnamon,
Safrin, Cornberg lfzim' rofu: jones. Skillern, Hullihan, PfliTL'I'StJll, Quinlan, Henninger, Arader, Mclllcary, James,
lleebner, Pratt, lioswelli lurk ro'zt': Thompson, Burton, llay, Flynn, Gager, Chalk, Lawless. Houseman, butler,
Alexander, Mcfonnell, Lamb. blEMliliRS qXnsENT: Tyson, XYilson. Hothe, Pansius, XYelsh. XYigham, Gunson, lVentz.
MIQNIIIICRS-Lift to right, fron! rrrzui Selnick, XVolson, Rose, Swartz, Segall, Hcrshaw, Hill, VVilsong
svrmrtl' row: Griner, Jaffe, liuscliell, Stanton, R. llattner. j. llattner, Katz, Pays, llompf. Kibrick, lYeinrott,
Musel, Auritt, third row: Sklar, Hirshorn, Stern, Vcrstein. l.aveson. Silvert, llroclyg Imrlr rmv: Brodsky,
VVolf, Cohen, Dakelnian, Roscnian, Goldinan, Ergange. Kllikllll-IRS ABSENT: August, Austin, Boyce, Coopersmith,
Dornbluni, Fairstein, Finbcrg, Fine, Goldman, Gastnian, Glove, Greenspan, Gurcnson, justin, Kandel, Kean,
Oberson, Pincus, Pollon, Shore, Silvers, Xlieiiilmcrg, NYcisbcrg, VYeiss, NYolfson, Zitscrnian.
Nu chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon congregated
for the first meeting of this year on October 30,
1944, in our new house, 3914 Spruce Street.
Rosalyn Fine, president, conducted the meetings
and her capable assists were: Natalie Pincus,
vice-president, Frances Payes, treasurer, Har-
riet Greenspan, recording secretary: and Lois
Pollen, corresponding secretary.
In November we opened our new house by
serving tea to university students and faculty
members. In late November our parents Ushow-
ered" us with gifts for our house.
December was the month of events and activ-
ities for D Phi E. After a thrilling two weeks
of rushing, we pledged twenty-two girls. During
our Christmas vacation, Nu chapter played
hostess to our many sorores at International Con-
vention. The program was full of many new and
different experiences which made convention such
a grand success. At election time, Dorothy
Madway, one of Nu chapters own. was elected
president of National Executive Council.
In january, we gave a tea dance to raise funds
the C. A.-Hillel Drive. We made scrap books
for overseas hospitals, sweaters for the Russian
War Relief, and collected funds for the Red
Cross, United War Chest and the Allied Jewish
When finals were over, we breathed deeply
and had time for more activities. We rolled
bandages and gave our blood to the Red Cross,
sold defense stamps for the war effort and con-
tributed to the Infantile Paralysis Drive.
In honor of Founderls Day, March 17, 1917,
we celebrated initiation week-end. On Friday,
March 16, 1945, we installed twenty-two pledges.
Afterward, an ice cream and cake party was held
at the house. On Saturday night, a punch-bowl
and dance were given in honor of the new
actives. On Sunday the parents celebrated this
gala occasion at tea.
Spring found us busy with Red Cross and our
other activities until it was time to say goodbye
to the seniors.
apps, rqfpfza '7fzeZ'a MICMIZIQRS-I.t'ff In right, -f7'17l11L roto: Fcller, O'Xeill, Slnnnan, vlourrlet, Taylor, Malloy. Klcillanus, Seltz,
Burton, Seinisclig .wrtnlzd roto: McCabe, Mattingly, Grant, Walters. Cooney, Hill, NYright, XYanner, N. Grey,
Stiff, Sucllow, Mitclincr, Bailey, Hllvflll row: Miller, Kelly, Gartner, Dulirnyne, Torscli, Henshaw, Cope, Vliinslow,
Norris, XVood, VVQ-nrlvl, Lisovitcli, Van Roclen. Smith, llarris, Gracffg buck rmv: lgler, Krackel Dixon, Ebert,
J. Grey, Nevin, Dickson. Hama-ll, Rrey, Grafton, Burrows. gXliSl2NT RTENIRRRSZ Bishop, Henszey, Benson, Flood,
Eby, Snider, Ameisen. Blaclfwan Spence, Redfield, Brennan, Doyle.
The first meeting of the fall session of 1945
of the Beta Eta chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta
was called to order by Judy Wright, president,
on Tuesday evening, November 7th. With the
loss of last years seniors and the marriage of
several of the girls, the chapter now numbered
forty-seven. The hrst item of new business to
be discussed was planning for the rushing sea-
son whfch was slated for December 4th. Plans
were conceived and the Thetas spent busy hours
in preparationg the highlight of the season was
the Gay Nineties Party, which revealed an
amazing amount of versatility. We concluded a
very gay two weeks with the pledging of seven-
teen new Thetas and an informal party in their
honor. Christmas vacation was a festive time
and everyone returned to the campus ready to
settle down to work.
Although scholastic achievements were the
prime concern, we found time for a round of
social activities. There seemed to be numerous
teas for every occasion and many of us spent
hours in the choral society, dramatics, or kept
busy with war Work. The end of February came
and with it examinations.
Immediately upon our return to normal life,
the district president, Mrs. Wilson, came to
spend a few days with the chapter. Initiation
day was not far off and the pledges as a fare-
well gesture before becoming active Thetas,
showed their originality in presenting a gala
evening of entertainment. In the spring the
Theta Formal at the Barclay was a highlight
and we found time to entertain our parents and
the faculty at tea. Of course, there were the
usual number of engagement rings and the re-
sulting five pounds of candy. For the chapter,
the season came to a formal close late in june,
but for the seniors graduation day brought to
a close four inspiring and wonderful years at the
University of Pennsylvania.
Even before classes were resumed in Novem-
ber, the Sigma Theta chapter of Kappa Delta
had met several times at various members'
houses for informal meetings to discuss plans
for the coming year.
Immediately after classes began. Kappa Delta.
at 3411 Chestnut Street, was plunged in rushing
plans. Several girls from our chapters at the
University of Maryland and Brooklyn College
came to assist rushing and were also entertained
by the chapter. K D emerged from rushing with
ten new pledges. After the pledging ceremony
the whole chapter had dinner at the Adelphia
Hotel and then returned to the house for the
annual Christmas party.
Early in january, Kappa Delta held an in-
formal dance for members of the Naval R.O.T.C.
and V-12 groups on campus. We also gave a
party for the alumnae now resident in Philadel-
phia and gathered many interesting friends from
different chapters all over the country.
In February the Mothers' Club of the chapter
surprised all the girls with a party after their
weekly meeting. The pledges gave a tea for the
pledges of other campus fraternities and a very
successful bridge party for the active members,
alumnae and their friends. The chapter went in
a body to see the Mask and Wig show and a
In February we were entertained by the Rev-
erend Kolb at his home and spent a most en-
joyable evening raiding the icebox and chatting
by the fire. The pledges were given "second
degreel' in preparation for initiation on the same
evening and initiated two weeks later.
On a Saturday evening in April the Kappa
Deltas held a date-dance and later the final
dance of the year was given at the house. Pres-
ident Marjorie Underhill declared it a success.
During the week between final exams and
graduation, a party was given for the graduating
seniors at the house. Then the whole chapter
spent a prolonged week-end at the shore.
Throughout the year, the K lJ's also partici-
pated in other activities such as the Red Cross
War Fund Drive by working in booths and the
inter-fraternity basketball tournament.
MEMHICRS-l.i',fl fu right, fron! ro':t': McDowell, l.:tugau, lfarlmaugli. Stanton, liretsky, Spillane: svcond ru-zu:
Atlsit, Sclilosscr. Daly. Tuwilan. Underhill, Qualcy, McClarin, lfctskog lfurk mtv: Diclil, Slialfer. Young,
Congreve, Hertwick, XYard, Mcllecliriv, llurt. Mminizias .Xusizxrz litter, Schultz.
U uf '
Kerala K'f'F'lm G' XIHNIBICRS-f.vfl fo right. from' ro-zo: Bell, Lovemau, Quittuer, Allen, McCoy, VVinfrey, Stokes, Potteiger,
Tunis, Toland, Cutrlc, Xl. Cunninglianii .vvrmzfl mtv: Fox, IJ. Cunningham, Butts, hlcnnings, Zell, Beck, Thomas,
lluniphrey, llisbroxv, Kennedy, Hzunuer, Spiers, Yan Pell. Sangree: f1Ilvl'lfl'0'Zx'I llreed, Mcfanallgliy, Rlccluskey,
jones, Ganibcr, English, lYelford, llavlcanberry, Santa Maria, Fields, Dexter, Snyder, Sliyrock, Swain, Page,
NV:irton. Huclsall, Cook: lnzrk form: Whiting, Norris, Merritt, Russell, lfernley, lie Saint Pllallc, Ellison, King,
llougli, Klcl.auglilin. All'fMBliR5 .-XnslcNT: ,Xlexanderf llzzird. Corson. Crothers, lit-Coursey, -loues, XYinfrey.
The final meeting of the Beta Alpha chapter
of Kappa Kappa Gamma, 3323 Walnut Street,
was called to order by the president, Molly
Humphrey, in the chapter room. The events of
the year were reviewed.
The house opened November 2nd with thirty
actives and three pledges. On the 19th we stepped
out socially with a tea dance given for the V-12's
and the R.O.T.C.'s, and on the 21st we enjoyed
an exchange dinner with the Thetas. Initiation
was held November 21st for Kitty Anne Ellison,
Carolyn Fields and Jane King. Nancy Winfrey
from George Washington and Penn State's Mary
Lou jones were affiliated soon afterward. Our
second exchange dinner was on the 28th with
On December 2nd we were visited by two of
our national officers, the province president and
the field secretary. Rushing started Monday and
found the Kappas entertaining at Opening Tea.
Pledging was held December 2Oth for our thirty
new pledges and this was followed by a Christ-
mas party given in their honor.
january 13th found the Kappas enjoying the
Pan-Hel Dance, and on the 21st the Phi Gams
and the Phi Kaps were guests at a tea dance
given in honor of the pledges. The end of Ian-
uary we resumed our program with the Red
Cross making surgical dressings twice a month.
February lst the Kappas entertained the
faculty at tea, and on the 6th we had an ex-
change dinner with the Alpha Chi Omegas.
Our main plans for the second semester cen-
tered around initiation which was held April
13th and 14th, followed by a banquet and dance
in honor of the initiates.
Elections were held for the new officers and
by the end of june plans for the house party
at the shore were well under way.
With best wishes to the fifteen graduating
seniors, upon motion the meeting was adjourned.
sam .wa vm
Meetings were called to order by our presi-
dent, Ethel Romm. The minutes were read and
Our first major business was rushing. Rozelle
Schwartz headed our rushing show and dinner.
But the grand finale of the period was the pin-
ning of our twenty-three proud pledges. They
elected their own officers: Charlotte Lax, pres-
identg Margie Greenstein, treasurer, and joyce
Goldstein, secretary. We gave a super pledge
dance in their honor on February 1Oth.
In real S D T spirit, the pledges went all out
for their project which was a new, original and
timely idea-a Hpin-up-boy" contest, through
which they sold fifty dollars in War Stamps.
The pledges reciprocated for all the affairs
given them by the men's fraternities with a suc-
cessful tea-dance on Sunday, March 11th.
The moment all the pledges had awaited came
as a surprise on April 14th-initiation with a
dinner and dance that made a day that will
always remain a milestone in their lives.
Two acting groups have been added to S D T
-a Mothersl Club and an Alumni League. Both
have been wonderful in assisting us in any prob-
lems that might have arisen during the year.
The actives have also taken part in this year's
events. We have volunteered two hundred and
hfty hours to war work per month. Our chapter
also devotes one meeting a month to Russian
war relief. We went all out for the Red Cross
Drive, raising one hundred and sixty dollars,
which put us at the top on campus.
The C. A-Hillel Drive brought forth an open
house with Phi Sigma Delta. In spring we again
rushed freshmen, planned some gala events in
their honor and pledged eight girls. The end of
the season heralded a parents' luncheon and a
Officers besides Ethel were: Naomi Rittenberg,
vice-president: Rita Mann, treasurerg Ellie
Rieder, recording secretary, and Rita Sloane,
All business thus dispensed with a motion was
made for adjournment. The meeting was for-
MEMBERS-Left io rigflzl, from ro-zu: Lax, Dia-nes, Tobin, Able, Grossman, Schwartz, VVeisman, Simon,
Kessler, .s'4'r01zd row: lleckcr, Clein, Rosen, Sloane, Rittcnberg. Ronnn, Mann, Reidcr, Mileslone, VYilder,
H. Topkis, blower, Iliird row: Sulman. R. Schwartz, Goldstein, Stein. Groats, Miller, Gardzln, Robinson,
Blumbcrg, R. Schwartz, Oliensis, XYcxlar. Friedman, Greenberg, Shrut, Treicliland, Freidhofg buck roto:
Grienstcin, Schwartz, Tadbill, Rurnstein, Topkis, Marvis, Tracsotf, Seplow, Raclinell, Bliss, Canarek, Milstone,
Tyson, Licbster. Mlcxlnlclcs A1351-INT: Bloom, Foster, Hazen, Kemp, Gricl, Rubin, Raltzman, lYirtsliafter.
ga va ,Wa The Alpha Beta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha
was founded at the University of Pennsylvania
in 1918 and was the fourth national fraternity
This year was a busy and successful one for
the Zetas, especially with the planning and dec-
orating of their new house located at 3828
Locust Street. Their proudest decoration is the
plaque awarded them for the greatest scholastic
advancement in the preceding year.
The first social function of the year was the
tea given in honor of their housemother, Mrs.
Foster, introducing her to the campus. This was
followed by rushing and every effort was put
forth to have entertaining and friendly teas, open
houses, overnights and parties. The Nosegay
Supper was a great success and was their in-
formal party. Much to the delight of all the
Zetas this year's rushing season was a success-
The month of December also witnessed the
party given by the alumnae group for the active
members. Other winter activities included the
active party for the pledges and the return party
by the pledges, card parties, rummage sale and
scholastic party. The scholarship party is spon-
sored by the pledges or actives, depending upon
which group gets the highest average. The most
important activity of March was initiation on
the twenty-fourth, which was followed by a
War activities were not neglected by any
means and the chapter worked cooperatively
with the national chapter in a blood donating
The year terminated with the Senior Party
at which time the hopes and plans of next year
Officers of the year were: Anita Garaguso,
president: Madeline Cruesemire, vice-presidentg
Betty Maxwell. secretaryg and Arlene O,Neal,
lXTFIRiRERSif.rff io riyflzf, frmif row: XYoodams, I. Adams. Tripner: XCFUJIKIY rmu: Blauth, Martin, Cope,
Garaguso. Maxwell. O'Xeal. Gallagher. Maranog bark V0-rv: lframbese, Tulcolly. Fisher. Thodes, Laws, Hoskins,
XYanjorsky, C. Adams. ATENIBIZRS Ai:sEX'r: Cichetti. Crusemire, Duffy. Keene, Koran, Lovell, Matthews, Mimm,
Riaboff, Roof, Shearer. Snyder, Zanglii.
It is not easy to say f'Goodbyel, to someone dear, or to turn onels
back on a beloved, familiar scene. The future is unknown and hazardous,
while the present is warm and safe with memories of yesterday. It is
always hard to leave, but somehow we find the strength to go ahead,
to do what must be done.
Our four years at Pennsylvania have meant much to us. The period
of time has been short compared with the centuries of history, and yet
for each of us, these years have been full of significance and rich with
meaning. We have received a truly liberal education from our Alma
Mater. Our actual studies have been of great importance, for we have
delved into worlds unknown to us before, and found new pleasure in
more familiar ones. But we have gained far more than actual informa-
tion. We have learned to think, to take the facts presented to us and
fit them into a larger picture which forms the whole. We have been
taught to accept new ideas, to hear opposing views and theories and
decide for ourselves which is better or more logical. We have acquired
new values and standards. We have had the opportunity to formulate
our own philosophy of living instead of childishly accepting that of
another. We have learned to appreciate other civilizations and cultures,
and thus have lost many of the prejudices and misconceptions which
blind and hamper our people. We have formed deep friendships and
lasting memories which will play an important part in our future
The world into which we go has need of people who have received
such benefits. Now, more than ever before, clear thinking, tolerance,
and understanding are tremendously essential. Chances for the forma-
tion of a better world have been lost in the past because of individuals
who were too petty, too involved in their own tiny universe to care
what happened to the rest of the peoples of the earth. We must not
fall into that group, for as university graduates, we have an obligation
to fulfill, a debt to repay to society. Let us make good use of the
advantages we have received, let us make the most of the privileges
granted us. If we cannot strive together and achieve the goal which
is so precious to every human being, who will be able to?
The time has come for us to leave the comparative security and
isolation of college, to face the issues of the day, and to meet the
problems of life in a world community. There will be setbacks and
misfortunes, disappointments and obstacles to overcome. We shall have
great need of the inner resources we have built up. We shall realize
our dependence on, and be grateful for the spiritual and mental train-
ing we have received. Our university has given us the equipment with
which to work. She has given us the foundation on which to build.
The rest is up to us. What we accomplish with our talents, what sort
of superstructure we erect depends on each of us individually. We
have been well prepared. We will not disappoint Pennsylvania!
"All knowledge is vain save when there is work,
And all work is empty save when there is love,
And when you work with love you bind yourself
to yourself, and to one another, and to God."
PHYLLIS R. STEVENSON
AGNEVY, JANE-3413 Tyson Ave., Phila., Pa.
.'xliE5A-x.?DEll, ELAINE--1 Maple Lane, Collingswood,
ALEXANDER, MILNOR-1701 NValnut St., Camp llill,
ALLARDICE, BE'I"I'l-I-1335 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
ALLEN, IQATIIEIKINE-1429 N. lfront St., Harrisburg,
ALSPACII, ANN-207 Pawling Ave., Troy, N. Y.
ANGELUCCI. ADELE--T38 S, llltli St., Phila., Pa.
APFELBAIIM, CHAIILENE-47313 Osage Ave., Phila.
AVERBACH. DIANE-2434 S. 3rd St., Phila., Pa.
BAILEY, RI"I'H-614 llrexel Ave., Drexel I-lil', Pa.
BAKKEN, GLORIA-920 3rd Ave.,N.YV., Minot, N. D.
BANRITIERGER, EVA-2905 N. Marietta Ave., Milwaukee,
BARDSLEY, ELEANOR-416 Kent Rd., Upper Darby,
B.-IRRET'I', HOSE DIARY-2324 Reed St., Phila., Pal.
BARRIE, GEORGIXE-217 Argyle Rd., Ardmore, Pa.
BASLER. HELEN-1020 Cornell Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
BELL, BARBARA-1064 YVheatland Ave., Lancaster,
BELLI. HAZEL-Pipersville, Bucks Co., Pa.
BENEDIFT. PAULINE--22 Fox St., VVaterbury, Conn.
BENJAMIN, ANNA-340 YV. State, lkledia, Pa.
BENSON. EIiEAN0IIEAf3349 Glenview St., Phila., Pa.
BIBEN, ELAINE-45 Argyle Sl., Rochester, N. Y.
BINGAMAN, JEAN-1430 Lardner St., Phila., Pa.
IIIRK. RUTH--1205 Stafford St., Phila., Pa.
BLACKDIAN, ROSALIE-S1515 Chelten Ave., Phila., Pa.
I-ILUDIBERG. JOAN--ISOO Pine St., Phila., Pa.
BOKAILO, HELEN-13-17 E. Columbia Ave.. Phila., Pa.
BOYCE, JOYCE-639 West End Ave., New York, N. Y.
BOYIIE, DOR0'l'l'IY--3315 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa.
IIRADLEY, JEAN-ITZ5 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
BIIOADBELT. JEAN-F5105 Chaneellor St., Phila., Pa.
BRYAN. ANNE-3229 Central. Kansas City, Mo.
IlI7DD, BARBARA--ll Bayard Ave., XXY0tNllll1l'Y, N. J.
l!Ii'I"l'S, EMELYN-357 Aubrey Rd.. NVynnewood, Pa.
BYERS, CORINNE-627 Villa Rd,, Drexel Hill, Pa.
CAMPBELL. BARBARA-203 Broadway, Rel Air, Md.
CANNON, MARQITERITE-8310 Higli School Rd.,
Elkins Park, Pa.
CASSEL. ELIZABETH--628 Derstine Ave., Lansdale,
CERCEO, EMILY-1179 S. 11th St., Phila., Pa.
CHAILK, BARBARA--4301 Marvine Ave,, Drexel Hill,
CI-IAPPELL, NIARY .lANlE+4330 Lauriston St., Phil'l.
CIIIANESE, BEBE--1164 Hamilton Ave., Trenton. N. J,
CIIRBIISTIE, JANET-306 YVashington St., Abington,
l'HRIS'I'3IAN'. MARY-7276 Bradford Rd., Vpper Darby,
CICCI-lI'I"I'I, ROSEMARY-1437 S. 15th St., Phila,, Pa.
CLARK, JANET-137 Leslie Ave,, lvlerehfintville, N. J.
COHEN, MURIEL-5408 YVyndale Ave., Phila., Pa.
CONGDON, SHIRLEY-109 Morton Ave., Ridley Park,
COREY. JEANNE'I"l'E-515 Sussex Rd.,XVynnewood, Pa.
CORSON, MARGUERITE-1105 Allengrove St., Phila.
CRAIG, DOR0'I'HY--282 Hathaway Lane, XVynnewood,
CROTHERS. BETSY-Plushmill Rd., N'Vallingford. Pa.
CRITSSIMIFRE, DIADELIXE-207 Brookdale Ave., Glen-
si e, a.
BAILEY, JEAN-2119 46th St,, Penrisauken, N. J.
DALSI-IER. ALICE-l936 Borbeek AVe,, Phila., Pa.
DALSHER. IIELEN-1336 Borheek Ave.. Phila., Pa.
DALY. EDITH-318 E. Hortter St., Phila., Pa.
DAYEY, JOYCE-Clementon, N. J.
DAY. MARY-29 VVellington Rd., Ardmore, Pa.
deCOIiRSEY, MARY-9728 Germantown Ave., Phila.
DEITZ. BIANCA-1116 Arrott St., Phila., Pa.
DELOVITZ. IlER'I'I'IA7l-161 N. Hollywood St.. Phila.
DEWIITTH, NANCY--Ill Fl. King' St.. Lamrister, Pa.
DENNIAN. MARY-525 York St., Camden, N. J.
DICKEL. ENINIA-1109 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill. Pa.
DICKSON. JOANNA-5224 N. Princeton Ave., Swarth-
DIEHL, ARLENE-T151 Andrews Ave., Phila., Pa.
IJOMPF, VIVIANS-4262 N. Sth St,, Phila,. Pa.
DYSON, BEATRICE-34lS Tyson St.. Phila., Pa.
ENGLISH. CATHERINE-Tl? Reeehwood Dr., Upper
ENI. CATHERINE-1525 S. 10th St., Phlia,, Pa.
ERGANG, ELAINE--5723 Yvoodbine Ave., Phila., Pu.
IPELDMAN. LEONA-Garden Court Apts., H-205, 47th
and Pine, Phila., Pa.
FERGUSON. llEI.ENfR.l'.D. No. l, Glasslmoro. N. J.
FETSKO. JAf'OI'EI.IYI4'--416 ld. -itll St.. Retlfeliern. Pa.
FOX. ELIZAIIETH-2424 E. Lake Dr., Raleigh. N. C.
FITLCOLY. IIABE'l"l'IC--l00 Roelielle Ave., Phila., Pa..
GALLAGHER. PAT--101 E. Greenman Rd., Haddon-
field, N. J. , ,
G.u.x.o, CONCETTA-2503 Aretie Ave., Atlantic City,
GAIIBARINO, JANET-S. Hillsille Ave., Ventnor. N. J.
GAIIRETSON, ClIAIlLO'I"I'E-110 N, Phila. Blvd., Aher-
GASKILL, JEAN-150 Kedron Ave., Folsom, Pa.
GA'I"l'ER, SONIA-812 Glenside Ave., VVyneote, Pa.
GERBER, MARGRIT-4505 Springfield Ave., Phila.. Pa.
GIANGIULIO. EYELYN-2229 S. 23rd St.. Phila., Pa.
GILLILAND. IIETTI'-20 Hemlock Ave., Phila., Pa.
GINSBYRG, IiEA'I'RII'l4l-1-141 S. liroad St., Phila., Pa.
GINSBURG, DOI-IOTHY-l9fl6 N. Tth St., Phila., Pa.
GLENNON, CATHEIHNE-146 Hillside Rd., Elizabeth,
GULDIIERG. JOAN-85 Highland Ave., Gardiner, Me.
GOLDIN, ELLEN-5818 Vifoodcrest Ave., Phila., Pa,
GOLIJNIAN, AMY-1733 67th Ave,, Phila.. Pa.
GRANT, MARY-20 Radcliffe Rd., Cynwyd, Pa.
GREEN, GLORIA--1813 Ashley Rd., Phila., Pr.
IiII1l1!jlIfEN0IIi. GRAEME-1028 VV. Upsal St., Mt. Airy,
ll a., a.
GIVNSUN, MARY ELIZABETH-3805 State Rd., Drexel
GUIWINSON, EDITH-94 Pershing Ave., New Rochelle,
HABIIEGGER, JEANNE--110 .Ierielio Rd.,Abington,Pa.
IIAIIPERN, FLORENCE-3015 Berks St., Phila., Pa.
HANINER, JOAN-904-R, Alden Park Manor. German-
town, Phila., Pa.
HANLAN, MARJORIE--433 Montana St. Phila., Pa.
HARKER, KATE-522 Central Ave., Cheltenham, Pa.
HARRISON. JOAN-850 Arlington Rd., York, Pa.
HATIIAVVAY. GERTRUDE-419 VV. School Lane, Phila.
HAVIK, JOY-400 lst Ave., Parkesburg. Pa.
HAYES. DOIIOTHY-2622 S. 72nd St., Phila., Pa.
HAZAN, WIILDIIED-1393 Oeean Pkwy,, Brooklyn, N. Y.
HEERDIAN. RUTH-2401 N. 53rd St., Phila.. Pa.
HEISLER, COR NELIA--135 S. Lake Ave., Albany, N. Y.
HENNINGER. MARY-3412 VVarden Dr.. Phila., Pa.
HENZEY, FLORENCE-S01 S. 56th St., Phila., Pr.
HESPE. DOIIOTIIY-4628 Larehwood Ave,. Phila., Pa.
HESS. ELEANOR-321 Davis Rd,, Llanareh, Pa.
HILL. DORIS ANS-T829 Flourtown Ave., XVyndmoor,
HOCICENBERRY. ANNE?-108 Huck Lane, Haverford,
I-IODGKINS. CAROLYN-530 Laurel Rd., Yeadon, Pa.
HOLCONIBE, ELEANORWIO9 State Rd., Bala-Cynwyd,
HOOYEN, ELAINE-389 Ypland YVay, Drexel Hill, Pa.
HOPKINS, EIiIZABE'I'H-42 E. Durham St., Phila., Pa.
HORICNSTEIN. EVELYN-6329 N. l3th St., Phila., Pa.
HONYARD, ELIZABETH-Lake Cormorant, Miss.
HINYIE. ANNE--1820 DeKa'b St., Norristown, Pa.
HI'N'I'EIl, ANNE-401 Gateonvlme Rfl.. Bryn Mawr, Pa.
IlI'N'l'ER. MARGARET-1 Oll Olive St., Coatesville, Pa.
Hl"I"I'ENIi0l"K, IIARIE-3024 N, 25th St.. Phila., Pa.
ITSYNSON, BE'l"I'Y-4532 Old York Rd,, Phila., Pa.
JAFKOWVICK. DEBORAH J.--Meshoppen, Pa.
JAEGER. EILEEN' M.---Presbyterian Mense, Parkes-
JAGGARD, SARAH M.-1037 Park Ave., Collingswood,
.L-uvliiil NANN'-219 ndgehni Rd., Merion, Pa.
JAURDET, NATALIE V.-R14 Sycamore Ave., Merion,
.IOHS'l'0N, LOUISA H.--309 Grayling Ave., Narberth,
JYRGEXS, CAROL A.-923 Morton Rd.. Bryn Mawr, Pa.
KA'I'Z, JEANNE-5143 N. 16th St., Phila., Pa.
KELLER, EMMA LOU-423 Newbold Rd., Jenkintown,
KFILLEY, MARTIIA A.-2374 Euelid Hts,, Cleveland, 0.
ICENDALL, JOHN-101 Rerkely Sq., Atlarltir City, N. J.
KERR, MARION P.-R. D. No. l, Newtown, N, J.
KETFLS, MAE-837 10th Ave.. Prospect Park, P3-
KIBRICK, WIA'l'lI.DA-5732 Yvooderest Ave., Phila., Pa.
KIRSHNER, IIE'l"I'Y-507 Valley Rd., Llanareh, Pa.
KOEIILER, HAZELE473 Wilde Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
KORS. XVILNIA-5536 Baltimore Ave., Phila., Pa.
KVRZ. ETHEL-4532 Higbee St., Phila., Pa.
.AXIIENBERGEIL IDA-ll0 XYheatshef Lane, Abing-
LANG. JEAN--Euclid Ave. and Ford Dr.. C'eveland, O.
LARICY, ALICA-Mechaniesville Rd., Torresdale, Pa.
JGIIOYYITZ. ELAINE-ITR5 Pt, Breeze Ave., Phila.. Pa
LEYIY. NIIRIANI G.-4120 Parkside Ave., Phila., Pa.
LIEIIERSIAN. ISOBEL--57729 N. lTth St., Phila., Pa.
LODGE. ELIZABETII-S, Pittsburg, Tenn.
LONDUN, GLADYS--2607 N. Napa, St., Phila., Pa.
Mzu-CABE, JANE-508 E. Selgwiek St., Chestnut Hill,
Mau-f'ORIiELL. SALLIE-306 S. Slst St.. Pllllih- P3-
M,,,.l.gyyAgy, BE'P'I'1' J,-R35 Maple Ave., Collingswood,
NIIII-FARLAND. ICATHRYN-342 E. 9th St., Consho-
hoeken, Pa. .
NIADAN, MAIIY-6239 Carpenter St., Phila., PH-
yuxx. RITA-217 Bound Brook Rd.. Dunellen. N- -T.
MANNING, E. DOROTIIEA-106 Urban Ave., Norwood,
MARTIN. ALBERTA--1718 N. Gratz St., Phila., Pa.
MARVIS, MARILYN44946 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
lWlA'l"l'HEVVS, JESSICA-414 S. 44th St., Phila., Pa.
MeCANN. BETSY-301 W. School Lane, Germantown,
M1-CANN. FLORENCE-1527 Oregon Ave., Phila., Pa.
MUFLEARY, DOROTHY-298 Blain St., Oneonta, N. Y.
Dlx-CLEARY, MARGARET-5520 Morris St., Phila., Pa.
MQCORKILL, BARllARA+1142 Line St., Sunbury, Pa.
McKIgIgfI?IE, JOYCE--3200 "C" Marshall Rd., Drexel
1 , a.
Mt-KINNEY, MARY-520 ivyndmoor Ave., Phila., Pa.
MECLUSKEY, EVA--2622 N. 17th St., Phila., Pa.
MERRITT, SARAH-125 lylaple St., Mt. Airy, N. C.
MESSEY, RITA-3043 W. Berks St., Phila., Pa.
METZER, EYELYN H. IMRSJ-1320 Foulsrod St.,
MILLER, ANNE-209 E. Broad St., Paulsboro, N. .T.
MILLER, VIRGINIA-1316 Deveraux Ave., Phila., Pa.
MILON. JOSEPHINE--2146 S. Opal St., Phila., Pa.
MINK. DOROTHY-323 YV. Providence Rd., Aidan, Pa.
MISHEL, SELMA-T314 Argus Rd., Phila., Pa.
MITCHELL, DORIS S.-1011 Carroll Rd., Carroll Park,
MOHLER, ALICIA-601 Shadeland Av., Drexel Hill, Pa.
MOORE, I-lEA'I'RICEf6239 Addison St., Phila., Pa.
MOORE, EUNICE-152 Jackson St., S. River, N. J.
MORETT, FRANCES-382 VV. Magnolia Ave., Phila.. Pa.
MORRISON, AGNES-Orwigsburg Pa.
MOSES, FAY-326 S. 19th St,, Phila., Pa.
MIISELENHEINI. LOIS-5227 N. 16th St., Phila., Pa.
NIGHTINGALE. RUTH-6524 Beechwood St., Phila., Pa.
NORRIS. MARY--2419 Hollis Rd., Merwood, Pa.
NYE, MONA VV. QMRSJ-2130 Loeust St., Phila., Pa.
OLIVIER, ELISE-Flower Observatory, Upper Darby,
O'NEAI.. AIILENE-13 Fairfield Rd., Upper Darby, Pa.
OPPENHEIM. BERNIFE-1803 S. Gth St., Phila., Pa.
ORIEL, IIENEE-llfl XV. 9-ith St., New York, N. Y.
OTLEY, GLORIA-Yvalnut 8: Paul Rds., St, Davids, Pa.
PACI. SPLENDORE-1420 Moore St., Phila., Pa.
PERRY. CLARA-1309 Castle Ave., Phila., Pa.
POLLON. LOIS-5445 Lovust St., Phila., Pa.
POTTEIOER, ADELE-251 Sagamore Rd., Brookline,
Upper Darby, Pa.
PRESCOTT, MIRIAM-5017 Springfield Ave., Phila., Pa.
PRINCE, BERNICEf5622 Lebanon Ave., Phila., Pa.
RAMSEY. MARY-A6871 N. VVashington Blvd.. Falls
RAPP. I'HYLI.IS-S. Pemberton Rd., Pemberton, N. .T.
RAUSCI-I, NIIRIAWI-331 Preston Ave., Girardville, Pa.
REED, NANCY-ll5 Lexington Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
REICH. NIURIEL-ll5 Pennbrook Apt., 63rd and City
Ave., Overbrook, Pa.
REIF. LOIS-419 Hopkins Lane, Haddonfield, N. .T.
REYES. ANITA-9324 Forrest Ave., Elkins Park, Po.
RINEHART, DOROTHY-4012 VValker St., Phila., Pa.
RUTENHEHG. ISOBEL-2348 77th Ave, Phila., Pa.
RUTLEDGE. VIRGINIA IMRSJ-5 Gareau Ave., Vvare,
RYTTENBERG, RVTII-303 Cooper St., Camden, N. J.
SAFRIX. JEAN--6652 Tlineoln Dr., Phila., Pa.
SANTORO. MARY-All Rochester Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
SAYXYARD. FRANCES-T4 Russe'l Rd., Fanwood, N. J.
SFHAEF, NANCY-522 N. 18th St., Phila., Pa.
AREII, THELMA--2436 N. 56th St., Phila., Pa.
ADLER, ZENA-1139 N. 41st St., Phila., Pa.
ALLEIVIAN, FLORENCE-3318 Locust St.. Phila., Pa.
A LLEN, DOROTI-IEA-505 Valley View Rd., Merion, Pa.
ALLEN, JEAN-5753 N. 12th St., Phila., Pa.
AMEISEN. H. DENISE-T027 Boyer St., Phila., Pa.
ANDERSON, BEATRICE-920 Columbia Ave., Palmyra,
ARADER, JOSEPHINE-1920 N. 61St St., Phila., Pa.
ATCHLEY. AMY P.--2281 Pennington Rd.,Trenton, N. J.
AURl'l'T. .IUDITI-I-6047 Christian St., Phila., Pa.
AUSTIN, JOYCE-104 S. Avolyn Ave., Ventnor, N. J.
BABCOFK. BARBARA--450 E. 2nd St., Moorestown,
BACAUSKAS. JOSEPHINE---234 Mountain St., Phila.
RARE, MARIANNE-101 Urban Ave., Norwood, Pa.
BARGER, DOROTHY L.-1239 High St., Xvilliamsport,
BARTLEY, REGINA-S10 Brandon Ave,, Norfolk, Va,
BAUMANN, MARY E.-Orchard Lane Ft. YVash., Pa
BEATTY. MARGETTA-2025 N. Broad St., Phila., Pai
BENEDICT, MARTHA-215 N. Highland Ave., Lans-
SCHAIFEX ELIZABETH-1600 Riverton Rd., Riverton
SCHEERER, ANNE-153 Blackburne Ave., Lansdown
SCHPEEVEEIS. BERTHA-131 Beecher Ave., Chelten-
SFHNYER, SYLYIA UVIIISJ--6244 Chestnut St., Phila.
SCHULMAN, FRANCES KMRSJ-115 S. 43rd St., Phila.
SCHXYAH. NOIUIA-Ridge Ave.. Conshohocken, Pa.
SCHXYEREL. MARY L.-139 Pelham Rd., Phila., Pa.
SEGAL, SHIRLEY-159 XV, Roosevelt Blvd., Phila., Pa.
SENIISCH. RUTH-409 Noble Rd., Jenkintown, Pa.
SIIAFFER. MARY-647 E. Allegheny Ave., Phila., Pa.
SI-IAY, EUNICE-214 Cornell Ave., Swarthmore, Pa.
SHEPARO, DOROTHY'-50 N. YVel1es Ave., Kingston,
SHIEKMAN, PHYLLIS-4829 Osage Ave., Phila., Pa.
SHORE, RERNICE-6404 VVoodland Ave., Phila.,Pa.
SILYERS, l'RlSf'ILLA!663T N. 15th St., Phifa., Pa.
SINDELL. EDITH-4933 N. Camac St.. Phila.. Pa.
SMITH, EYELYN-4150 Disston St., Phila., Pa.
SPARHAXYK, .lEANNE'l"I'E-508 Locust Ave.. Phila.
STABINSKY, MARIE--3534 N. Broad St., Phila., Pa
STANTON. EVELYN-14 Lenape Rd., Colwiok, N. .
Clvlerchantville P. OJ
STEINBERG, IIERNICE-A5940 Lebanon Ave., Phila., Pa.
TANSEY, ELEANOR45228 Saul St., Phila., Pa.
TAYLOR, EDYTHE-402 E. Athens Ave., Ardmore, Pa.
TEAL, GOLER--5731 Poplar St., Phila., Pa.
TERRY, PA'l'RlI'IA-3820 School Lane, Drexel Hill, Pa.
TIFFANY, IJORIS!2256 Rudy Rd,, Harrisburg, Pa.
TOPKIS, HARRIET-S00 XV. 22nd St., Vllilmington, Del.
TORSCH, MARY-3906 Forest Park Av., Baltimore, Md.
TIIASOFF. JOYCE-1710 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
TYSON, HELEN-4528 Kenwood Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.
VERSTEIN, GLORIA-5001 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Phila.
VIELE, NIARTI-IAY45O Strath Haven Ave., Swarth-
VOGT. MARION--l 501 N. 5th St., Phila., Pa.
WYALDNIAN, NAONII-2935 Frankford Ave., Phila., Pa.
XYANNER. WIXRILI'-S17 State St., Lanr-aster, Pa.
NYASILEWYSICI, ISABELLE D.-402 S. Planover St.,
WYEBSTER. ELIZABETH-Main St.. Hulmville, Pa.
IKEQBQICRG, IIERENDA--3 S. Andover St., Margate,
VVENTZ. ANN-104 Elmwood Rlvd., York, Pa.
KYETTER, HELEN-605 Kenlworth Apts., German-
town, Phila., Pa.
YYEXLER. 'FOBY-470-47 lileflallum St., Phila. Pa.
XYIGHASI, NANCY-535 Central Ave., Cheltenham, Pa.
KYILKINSON. LOIS-2ll0 Chelton Ave., Phila., Pa.
XYINFREY. NANCY--i507 N. Edison, Arlington, Va.
XYILSON, NANCY-S37 Rlythe Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
XYINSLOWY, MARY---4724 Larf-hwood Ave., Phila., Pa.
VVOJFZYNSKI JOAN-1716 VV. Hunting Park Ave.,
XVOLSON. DOROTHY-l 500 Edzmont Ave.. Chester. Pa,
XYOOLEVER. NIARYALIFE-350 Llandrille Rd., Cyn-
XYOOD, ELNIIRA-5241 Devonshire Ave., St. Louis MO.
YARENIKO, EYA455 Kelly Ave., YVilkes-Barre, Pa.
YAKARIAN. ROSE-1227 Pratt St., Phila., Pa.
ZANGHI. NOIIMA-2435 S. Rosewood St.. Phila., Pa.
BERENSON, MAE-5611 Chester Ave., Phila., Pa.
BERESCHAK, HELEN-50 Main St., Lost Creek, Pa.
BERKOSI ITZ. LILLIANW-327 Roseberry St., Phila., Pa.
BERNARD, t'Ef'II.E-1730 Pine Phila.. Pa.
BISHOP. HARBAIKA490 Adams St., New Britain, Conn.
BISHOP, ELIZAIIETH-3650 XV, Duval St.. Phila.. Pa.
BISHOP, MARGARET-T025 Boyer St., Phila., Pa.
HONNAFFON, ANNA-3439 Walnut St., Phila., Pa.
BORBEFK, RIYTI-I-1706 Meadow St. Frankford, Phila.,
RREAU. ENID--736 Bullof-k Ave., Yeadon, Pa.
BREQINAN, JEAN-14 S. Broadway, Gloucester, City,
BRETSKY, MARTHA T.4329 E. Mine St., Hazleton, Pa.
RRISFOE. NANCY-1311 N. 60th St., Phila., Pa.
BRITT, CATIIERIXE-128 AxvEStLl3l9 Rd., Upper Darby,
BITNIN, SARA-1019 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
BIIRNS. A. GERA LDINE-327 E, Roosevelt Blvd., Phila.
HURROXYS, ELIZABETH -Kenilworth Apts., Alden
Park. Germantown, Phila., Pa.
BURRELI., ELIZABETH--711 Knorr St., Phila., Pa..
HIYRT, HELENE-173 Frazer Ave., Collingswood, N. J.
BURTON. MARILYN-1747 Jelferson St., Phila., Pa.
HUSCHELL. LENORE--3222 Kensington Ave., Phila.
IIUTALLA. HELEN-550 VV. Church St., Masontown, Pa.
BUTLER, EMILY-513 S. 48th St., Phila., Pa.
VALVES, JEAN-1716 Locust St., Phila., Pa.
CARL. BETTY JANE-3804 Spruce St., Phila., Pa.
CHAIKEN, SHOSI-IANA-1540 E. Passayunk Av., Phila.
CIPRIANI, JOSEPHINE-1725 S. 12th St., Phila., Pa.
COLEHOXVER, JESSIE-225 Derwen Rd., Merion, Pa..
COLGAN. CHARLOTTE-1224 Allengrove St., Phila., Pa.
CONLY, WIARIAN--Crest View, VVyncote, Pa.
CONNOLLY. MADELEINE-1221 Overington St., Phila.
COOLING, RUTH-2806 Baynard Blvd., Wilmington,
COOPERSMITH. .lEANNE'l"I'E-5220 Gainor Rd., Phila.
COPE, EDITH-151 S. Penna. Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
COPE, JEAN EVERETT-Buckingham, Pa., Box No. 21.
CRAIG. SIIEILA-1001 Marion Ave., Belleconte, Wil-
CROMBIE. RUTH-501 Shelbourne Rd., Manoa, Pa.
CUNNINGHANI. DEBORAH-100 Chesney Lane, Phila.
CURTIS. RUTH-432 S. 42nd St., Phila., Pa.
IYANIATO, ELISA-2113 Snyder Ave., Phila., Pa.
DYKDIELIO, JEAN-631 Penfield Ave., Upper Darby, Pa.
DANKEY. MARY E.-S60 Park Ave., Phila., Pa.
DATTNER, JOAN-5003 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Phila., Pa.
DA'l"l'NER. RHETA-5003 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Phila.
DEITCH. HEIINICE-518 S. 5th St., Phila.. Pa.
DENICHICK. SELNIA--4631 N. Warnock St., Phila., Pa.
DeSAIN'I' PHALLE, NIARGARET-1900 Panama St.,
DICI1gS0N, BARBARA-751 Cornell Ave., Drexel Hill.
DIYSDIORE. LOUISE-Filkview, VV. Va.
DONNELLY. REGINA-5137 Hazel Ave., Phila., Pa.
DOYLE. MAUREEN-4516 Longshore St., Phila., Pa.
DRIQEHECLLER, MARY K.-1315 W. 20th Av., Spokane,
DUFFY. EILEEN-253 Weymoizth Rd., Darby, Pa.
DULANY. JULIET-2445 California St., Wash., D. C.
EHERT. CELIA-Hamilton Rd., Merion, Pa.
EBY. CHARLOTTE--112 Bentley Ave., Bala-Cynwyd,
ERY. HELEN-2037 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
EI-IRLIFH. ROSETTA-6540 N. 16th St., Phila., Pa.
EISENBERG. NIARIAN-5001 C. St.. Phila., Pa.
EISENBERG. SHARON-6228 N. 12th St., Phila., Pa.
ELGART. LENORE--5420 Woodcrest Ave., Phila., Pa.
ELLISON. KATHERINE--KKG, 3323 Walnut St., Phila.
EPPRIGI-IT. DORIS-5439 Vifindsor Ave.. Phila., Pa.
ETTER. MILDRED-826 W. Cobbs Creek Pkwy.,
FAIRSTEIN. LORRAINE-823 N. 7th St., Phila., Pa.
FARBER. PAUIJNE-e-5629 Diamond St., Phila.. Pa.
FERQTLEY. JOAN--Cresfeld Farm, Plymouth Meeting.
FEVV. EYANGELINE-1254 N. Alden St., Phila., Pa.
FIELDS. ROSE-4932 N. 5th St., Phila., Pa.
FIELDS. CAROLYN--105 Simpson Rd., Ardmore, Pa.
FINBERG, LIANE-Philipsburg, Pa.
IFINK, MARJORIE-718 W. 15th St.. Tyrone, Pa.
FINKEL. FRANCES-3818 Cambridge St., Phila., Pa.
FLAEIERTY, ANNE--601 E. Norwegian St., Pottsville,
FLIGGS, KATHRYN-8216 Cedar Rd., Elkins Park, Pa.
FORJEIBAISGITH. CATHERINE--3157 Atlanta Rd., Cam-
en, . .
FORMAN, MARTHA-5214 Church Rd., Phila., Pa.
FRAMBES, ALINE--4531 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
FREEDMAN, DOROTHY-5511 Chester Ave., Phila., Pa.
FREIDBERG, SHIRLEY-128 E. Baltimore Pk., Clifton
FRENCH, ADELE-28 Franklin Ave., Merchantville,
FREZZOTTI. JULIA-1932 S. Salford St., Phila., Pa.
FRITZINGER, MURIEL--7030 Erdick St., Phila., Pa.
GAGER, IDA-719 E. VVillow Grove Ave., Phila., Pa.
GALARES, AMELIA-7155 Glenloch St., Phila., Pa.
GALLICHIO. MARGUERITE-5928 Cobbs Creek Pkwy.,
GARUFI, YOLA MARGARET-2005 S. 11th St., Phila.
GARTNER, PEGGY-T19 YV. Lycoming St., Phila., Pa.
GASKELL, NORNIA-549 N. 35th St., Camden, N. J.
GASTMAN, DEBE-918 Madison Ave., Scranton, Pa.
GAVULA. MARY-2300 S. 23rd St., Phila., Pa.
GILBRIDE, JANE42521 S. Broad St., Phila., Pa.
GILLESPIE, ALICE-Danville, VV. Va. .
GILgA?, DOROTHY---255 Handy St., New Brunswick,
GLEANER, SHIRLEY-Robbinsville, N. J.
GOLDMAN, AMY-1733 67th Ave., Phila., Pa.
GOLDMAN. ROSE-l505 Nedro Ave., Phila., Pa.
GOLDSTEIN, BERNICE-6510 N. 9th St., Phila., Pa.
GOLOVE, JUNE--5111 Chester Ave., Phila., Pa.
GORDON, ABLYN-6360 Morton St., Phila., Pa.
GRANT, FRANCES-10 Maple Ave., Sidney, N. Y.
GRECENBERG, l'HILIPI'E--75 Stimson Rd., New Haven,
GUNCHEON, THERESE-9 Lodges Lane, Cynwyd, Pa.
HAAGEN. ANNA-223 N. Mulberry St., Lancaster, Pa.
HAEGELE. ANNCLEISE-335 Oxford Rd., Brookline,
Upper Darby, Pa.
HARLOXV. MILDRED-11 Vifellington Rd., Upper
HARRIS, JANE--6431 Woodcrest Ave., Phila., Pa.
HAMELL. JANE--5012 Stenton Ave., Phila., Pa.
HEIDT. KATHRYN-1431 Unruh St., Phila., Pa..
HENSIIAWV, ELIZABETH-228 E. Highland Ave., Phila.
HERBERT, JANET--420 E. Durham St., Phila., Pa.
I-II'I'CI-IENS, ELSIE-1618 Longshore Ave.. Phila.
HOLBURNT, RUTH-2103 N. Redfield St., Phila., Pa.
HOLLAND. BARBARA-415 VV. Price St.. Phila.. Pa.
HOSKINS. ISABELLE-628 S. High St., W. Chester. Pa.
HOITSEMAN. BARBARA--3902 Locust St., Phila., Pa.
HUGH. GERTVIUDE--113 W. Chestnut Ave., Phila., Pa.
HITTKIN. FAI'--1236 Queen St., Pottstown, Pa.
ITSVWSOY. JAVNE--5638 Diamond St.. Phila., Pa.
JACK. ELIZABETH-511 Keystone Ave., Cresson. Pa.
JAEGER. NANCY-310 Marvin Rd.. Elkins Park, Pa.
JANES. R.OMONA4New Brooklin Rd., Erial, N. J.
JOHNSON. MARJORIE-118 Newell Ave., Trenton, N. J.
JOHNSTON. JENNY LOU-VVychwood, Rose Valley Rd.,
JONES, FLORENCE H.--370 S. Main St., VVi1kes-Barre.
ICAYAREIC. GITSTINE-212 S. 60th St.. Phila., Pa.
KANIIEL. ZELDA-145 Sth Ave.. Montgomery. W. Va.
KATZ. HILDA-223 S. 58th St., Phila., Pa.
IIELLER, EMMA L.-423 Newbold Rd.. Jenkintown, Pa.
KELLEY. DOROTHY R.-5384 Chew St., Phila., Pa.
KILLEFOR, MARGARET-14 Rosedale Ave., West
KIMRELL. CAROL-2311 Green St.. Phila.. Pa.
KIRKMAN. JEANNE-4309 Howell St., Phila., Pa.
KIRECHIIE. CTHRISTIXE D.-653 Stuyvesant Ave., Tren-
on. . .
KIRSI-INEB. D. EILEEN--927 Edgewood Rd., Penlield,
Upper Darby. Pa.
KLAGES. NOUVEI., M.-2027 N. 3lst St., Phila., Pa.
KLEIN. MARILYN--4804 N. 13th St., Phila... Pa.
KLEIN. ROSALIE R.-5242 Arbor St., Phila., Pa.
KOI-IN. PHYLLIS-1512 S. 5th St.. Phila., Pa.
KOOKER. MARIAN-8 Evergreen Rd.. Norristown, Pa.
KOPEIKA. VVILNIA-228 S. 21St St., Phila.. Pa.
KORAN. DOROTHY-82 W. Catawissa St., Nesque-
KRAEKEI4. PHYLLIS-524 Wellesley Rd.. Phila.. Pa.
KRAIMAN. CLAIRE-5308 N. Broad St., Phila., Pa.
KRAMER, JEANNE-825 Ormond Ave., Drexel Hill. Pa..
KRAEMER. ADELE-1918 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
LAMB, RUTH L.--589 Springfield Ave., Summit, N. J.
LANG, AGNES-104 Tyson, Glenside, Pa.
LAGAN. MARGARET-5205 Saul St., Phila., Pa.
LARSEN. ANNA-1519 Jackson St., Phila., Pa.
LAWELESS, PATRICIA-211 Glendale Hd., Upper Darby,
LEVERGOOD. JUNE-921 Yeadon Ave., Yeadon, Pa.
LEVIN. ANNE-2949 Richmond St.. Phila.. Pa.
LIEHSTER, LILA-4837 Osage Ave., Phila., Pa.
LIGIPITNER, MARYLOU-208 Maple Ave., Marysville,
LILLY. CATHERINE-915 Ormond Ave., Drexel Ave.,
Drexel Hill, Pa.
LINDERMAN. MARY--Homewood Apts., 31st and
Charles, Baltimore, Md.
LINSALATA. LENORE-1204 Edgewood Rd., Penfleld,
Upper Da rby, Pa.
LISOVITCH, NADIA--624 N. 4th St., Phila., Pa.
LLOYD, ELLEN-330 N. 23rd St., Phila., Pa..
LOHR. BETTIE NI.-Carver Hall Apt. 103, Oxford Ave.
and Leiper, Phila., Pa.
LOYBIE, GERTRUDE .L-2 Highland St., Cambridge,
LOVELL, CLARICA-6 Yvhittredge Rd.. Summit, N. J.
LOVEMAN, ANNE L.-17 Mulberry Lane, Bowling
Green ,Media, Pa.
LUTZ, ERNA-T58 Hawthorne Rd., Bethlehem, Pa.
LYNCH, BARBARA-819 7th Ave., Prospect Park, Pa.
LYNCH, JESSIE-5635 Vifestminster Ave., Phila., Pa.
LYON, MARY-33 Nippan St., Phila., Pa.
MADAN, MONA GLADYS-6239 Carpenter St.. Phila.
MALLOY. HENRIE'I"l'A-4505 Spruce St., Phila., Pa.
DIANGELS, NANE'I"l'E--Apt. l034, 2601 Parkway, Phila.
MARINE, ANNA-12 Ogden Ave., Col'ingsWood, N. J.
MARKELY, DORIS-1955 Fairview Ave., Easton, Pa.
MARLOVV. DOROTHY-106 Sylvan Ave., Rutledge, Pa.
MARSHALL, JANE-Route 3, Vkfest Chester, Pa.
MARTICELLI, DIARY-923 Center St., Freeland, Pa.
MARTIN. ESTIIER--1726 Erlen Rd., Phila., Pa.
MARTIN, MURIEL-Box 921 Aneon, C. Z., Panama.
MAXVVELL, INEZ-225 Bert Ave.. Trenton, N. J.
Mm-FANS. MARY T.-47-il l"r:inkforfl Ave., Phila., Pa.
M0f'IlLl.OUGH, ANN-251 Rector SI.. Phila.. Pa.
DIUDERNIOTT. IIOROTHY Il'.+420 Port St.. York, Pa.
McFADDEY. ADIELIA--48 VV. Hazelwood Ave., Rah-
way. N. J.
TlIr'CL.-IRIN. ELLIN-901 Orniond Ave., Drevel H'll, Pa.
Dk-KEANEY. JE.-iYKE+12i9 Pratt St.. Phila., Pa.
1lc'YEIL. JEAN-R. D. No. 4. Dover. Del.
NIcPHlLLl3IY, DOROTHY-l09 Jackson Ave., Colling-
MEISEII. GRACE-55222 Rliltviiovw Ave.. Phila.. PH.
MERRIMAN. MARGARET-T215 Collenbrood Ave.,
Drexel Hill, Pa.
MILLAR, GERTRUDE-605 Runnymede Ave., Jenkin-
MILLER. ELLEN UVIRSJ-5017 Gramsbfick stu Phila,
MILESTONE. BIENA-5727 VVynrlale Ave., Phila., Pa.
MILSTONE. NANCY--5066 Vvvnnefielrl Ave., Phila., Pa.
NION'l'FlS De0CA. NORNIA-986 Pratt St., Phila., Pa.
MORRISON. .IEANNE-32 Harrison Pl., Trvington,
WIITRYFI-I. MARILYN-3410 Vaux SL, Phila., Pa.
NAGLE. SARAH-152 XY. Hovffm' St.. Phla.. Pa.
YKVARRO. VICTORIA R..-.1220 Chestnut sf.. Phila.
YFVIN. JAQIYELIYE-T011 N11-nt'-fr-we sf., Phjwin Pq,
NORRIS. TIIILDIIED--2419 Nollis Rfl., Merwood, Ifnper
NITTIUEO. KATHERINE-70? ldllgewoorl St., Baltimore,
Ol-IERSON, EDI'I'H+31 V' '2"o"fl1v"v, lxT"'l'f'll Ch'1nk,Pa.
OLIFINSIS. DORIS S.-1020 Unk T-arte. Phila.. PH..
PAFI. .IOSEPHINE-1420 Timm-Q St., Phila., Pa.
PATLOVE. LOLA-6711 N. 17th St.. Phila.. Pa.
PAYPTERSOV. MADGE-609 NT. M-Hin Ave., Soranton, Pa.
PELOSI. lWARlEil944 S. 15th St., Phila., pa.
PETERSON. VERV4-i991 ll. Tioga St., Phila., Pa,
PFEIFFEII. IIAIKRIET--'i'0T S. ROWITIHII Ave., MeI'iOl'1,
PFPOMMER. ELIZ. B.--55216 Whithv Ave., Phila
POPKY. MARY-6511 N. 17th St., Philo.. P-1.
PORPECA. NIARIE-2142 Q 16th Si.. Phi'2.. Pa.
POSTER. EVELYN-6161 Pine St.. Phila.. Pa.
POTTS. ELIZ. QMRSJ-303 VV. School House
PRATT. HELEN-Bowling Green. Media, Pa.
PHODROMOU, DIAGDALINE-443 YY. Roosevelt Blvd.,
PURO, MARIAN--403 Franklin Ave., XV. Collingswood,
PYTKO. HELEN-4476 E. Thompson St., Phi'a., Pa.
QUIXLAN. CATHERINE-145 Camp St.. Meriden, Conn.
QUINN. ELIZ.-518 Tilgham St., Allentown, Pa.
RACHMELL. LOUISE-5850 Loretto Ave., Phila.. Pa.
RADBILL, GLORIA--2414 Ave. K, Galveston, Tev.
RKGOT, NIARIEN J.-864 Ciittell St.. Easton, Pa.
RAUGHLEY, CAROLYNT-Senlshurv Rfl., Dover. Del.
REDFIELD, MARGARET--l55 Main St., Phoenixville,
REED. BERNARDINE-4500 Vvwlnut St., Phila.. Pa.
RFIMER. DIARGARET F.-135 VV. 'Znvl St., Berwick, PEI.
RENZULLI. MICI-IELINA -15 Chatham Rfl,, Upper
REST, INGA-67 Barker Ave.. Sharon Hill, Pa.
RHOADS, MARY-Sycamore lf':nr'n, AllflHh0Tl, Pa.
RIEDER. ELEANOR-6236 N. 12th St.. Phila., Pa.
RINCLIIVFE, PEGGY J. -- 633 Strath Haven Ave.,
ROBERTS. MARY--139 Glenview Ave., TVvnoote. Pa.
ROBINSON. SUZANNE-l3T!R Gflth Ave., Phila.. Pa.
ROOF. GER.kLDINEg7l5 flth Ave.. Prospert Park, Pa.
ROSEX, HELEN-415 XV. Dianmnd Ave.. Hazelton. Pa.
ROSEN. JUDITH--1610 Conlvn St.. Phila., Pa,
ROSENTHAL, BAHETTE-'P-16 VV. Vpshal St.. Phila., Pa.
ROSS. HAZELLE Y.-SS T'tic'a Ave., YVeStmont. N. J.
ROSS. MARGARET-65 Chapman St.,VVatertoWn. Mass.
ROTUNDI, MARY L.-357 Lyons Ave.,XVilliamsport, Pa.
ROU'I'HENS'l'EIX, FLORENCE-5606 VVOodCrest Ave.
ROY, MYRTLE J.-5605 VVyalusing Ave., Phila., Pa.
ROYLE. HELEN-f50l6 Saul St., Phila., Pa.
RUIIAN, -lUDI'l'H flvlt. Arlington, N. J.
RUSSELL, JANE-6140 McCallum St., Phila., Pa.
RYAN, R. TERESA-113 Jackson Ave., Collingdale, Pa
SCHATZ. MARION-1828 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
SCI-Il'LZ. MARION-A937 Duncan Ave.. Phila., Pa.
SCHVYARTZ, DORIS-5623 N. Park Ave., Phila., Pa.
SEBOLD, ll. LOUISE-110 Springfield Rd., Aldan, Pa.
SELLERS, ARTIE-l02 N. 55th St., Phila., Pa.
SELLERS. MARION-1730 VV. North St., Bethlehem, Pai
SELTZ. NIARIAN-122 XVinehester Rd., Merion, Pa.
SEPLOXY, CAROLYN A.+5 S. Main St., Yardley, Pa.
SETTLE. ALICE-2901 Strathmore Ave., Baltimore, Md
SHAFER. ZELNIA-2126 Belle Ave., Lakewood, O.
SHANIOF, KRAINA-303 Upland St., Chester, Pa.
SH.-illll, ANNA-608 4th St., New Cumberland, Pa.
SHEFFLER, MARILYN-419 Chapel Rd., Elkins Park
SlIE'l'll0f'K. RFTH--5310 N. TVater St., Phila., Pa.
SHIVE. RIZTH-644 VValnut, Columbia, Pa.
SILVERMAN. ROSLYN-505 lVoodbrook Lane, Phila.
SINIKINS, VIRGINIA-123 Springfield Ave., Merchant-
ville, N. J.
SINGER, MILDRED-49 E. Collings Ave., Collings-
wood, N. J.
SLOANE, RITA-4156 Girard Ave., Phila., Pa.
SLOTIN, SYBIL-731. S. Frazier St., Phila., Pa.
SlVIALLVYOOD. ARTHITIILYN IIVIRS.J-5441 Haverford
SMITH. JEANNE L.-382 Lakeside and Midfield Rd.
SNIDER. MILDRED-115 Edgernont Rd., Upper Mont-
clair, N. J.
SNOOK. 'DIARY E.-1012 Spruce St., Phila., Pa.
SNYDER. GLORIA-9l2 Rundale Ave., Yeadon, Pa.
SNYDER. XYIl.DA--3901 Garrison Blvd., Baltimore, Md
SPADE. VIRGINIA-T523 Boyer St., Phila., Pa.
SPENCE. JEAN-4909 N. Camac St., Phila., Pa.
SPILLANE. JVNE--1660 Bridge St., Phila., Pa.
STALBERG. JUDY-5672 Lebanon Ave.. Phila., Pa.
STOKES. GER'l'Rl'DE CVIRSJ--1102 VV. Market St.
STRAUSS. IIERTVIINA R.-927 N. 64th St., Phila.. Pa.
STROBAFH. PAULA---1239 S. 2nd St., Phila.. Pa.
SUDLOVY, PHYLLIS-370 Boumfort Rd., Phila., Pa.
SULLIVAN. I'AliLINE.-235 S. 21st St., Phila., Pa.
SIYLMAN, MIRIAN-323 S. 18th St., Phila., Pa.
SUMMERS, GERALUINE--540 Spruce St., Phila., Pa.
SUTTON. JOAN-129 WV. Drexel Ave., Lansdowne, Pa
SVENDSEN, EVA-5600 Baltimore Ave., Phila., Pa.
SYNNESTVEDT, ANN-VVaverly Lane, Bryn Athyn, Pa
SZPIL, WVANDA--Fairview, Quakertown, Pa.
TARTAGLIA. MICHELENA-1427 S. 15th St., Phila., Pa
TAYIN, l1E'l"l'Y-209 Segal St.. Phila., Pa.
THOMSON. MARGARET-412 McClenaghan Mill Rd.
TOBIN, BERNICE-5Sll Drexel Rd., Phila., Pa.
VAN RODEN, HARRIET--412 Brookside Ave., XVayne
YOGT. JOAN-314 IV. Church St., Lock Haven, Pa.
XVARD, MARY-1304 W. Russell St., Phila., Pa.
WVATKINS, VIRGINIA-R. F. D. No. 2, Munroe. N. Y.
XVATTS. MARGARET-417 Eutau St., New Cumber-
VVEINSTEIN. SUZANNE-5654 Gainor Rd.. Phila., Pa
XVEISS, HELEN-1250 Manor Park, Lakewood, 0.
WVEISS, .I-KNIFE--A5441 Gainor Rd., Phila.. Pa.
VVEISSENBERG, LILA--107 N. 34th St., Phila., Pa.
VVELCH, JEANffGlel'1 MillS, PH.
KVELDIE. HAZEL--46 N. Horace St., Vvoodbury, N. J
XVEYL. ELINOR--255 Harvey St.. Phila.. Pa.
VVILHJELM, ANNA--Old Forge Rd., Huntingdon Val-
KVILSON, FLORENCE-723 Chelten Ave.. Phila., Pa.
KVILSON, HERIYIINE-2434 N. 56th St., Phila., Pa.
VYOLFSON. VALERIE-4827 Pine St., Phila.. PH.
XYOR'l'HlNG'l'ON, BE'l"l'Y-l 42 Fernbrook Ave., VVyn-
YARNIALL. JI'LIA-Bryn Mawr Court. 'Rryn Vlawr, Pa
YOVNG. VIRGINIA-135 Chatham Rd.. lip. Darby, Pa
ZACHXYIILIA. ANNE-1323 E. Susquehanna Ave., Phila
XAl!E'I'SIiY. LILLI.-SN-527 S. 3rd St., Pllllil-. PH-
ZEIDWIAN, BETTY-421 Penn St., Camden, N. J.
ZEVIY. NIIRI.-ill-2562 N. 29th St., Phila., Pa.
ZIEGLER. RUTH-3127 Frankford Ave., Phila., Pa.
ZION, JANE-4833 Pine St., Phila.. Pa.
ZIRKNIAN. JEAN-105 Ellis Rd., Upper Darby, Pa.
ZITSERMAN. PHOEBE-4729 N. 13th St., Phila., Pa.
ADAMS--CATHERINE-117 Ave. E, Latrobe, Pa.
ADAMS. JOYCE-4024 Vernon Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.
ALLIENIJ GLORIA-XVellwood Manor B-4, Merchantville,
ANDERSON, CAROLYN-T805 A1-umm-e Ave., Wynd-
ANDEERSON, JOANNA--3S15 Huey Ave., Drexel Hill,
ARUFFO, MARY-122 Powell Lane, Upper Darby, Pa.
AUGUST. IIARRIET--4715 Osage Ave., Phila.
Al'5'l'lN, JITLIA-4540 N. 11th St.. Phila., Pa.
BARB. ELAINE-T846 Montgomery Ave., Elkins Park,
IQACI-IE, DOROTHY-62 VV. Broad St., Nanticoke, Pa.
BAILEY, SHIRLEY-30 Narberth Park, Narberth, Pa.
BAIRIITI MARGERY-608 XY. Harlwell Lane, Chestnut
BAKER, BARBARA-416 Virginia Ave., Manoa, Upper
BARCA, LOUISE-1215 Porter St., Phila., Pa.
BARCLAY, DIANA-530 Oxford Rd., Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
BECKER, GLORIA-5413 YVyndale Ave., Phila., Pa.
BELL, SARAH-225 VVashington Ave., Manoa, Pa.
BENSJQIIIT, MARY-26 6th Ave., Atlantic Highlands,
BERNSTEIN, NAOMI-7609 Mountain Ave., Elkins
BERSHANV, VIVIAN-4222 Lancaster Ave., Phila., Pa.
BESIIGETOOR, ELEANOR-3 Oak Ter., Merrhantville,
BILI.E'l"l'. ANTONIA-2031 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
BINDER, SHIRLEY-1809 N. 13th St., Phila., Pa.
BINNS, NANCY-4508 Mitchell St., Phila., Pa.
BIRDSALL, EUGENIA-139 Booth Lane, Haverford, Pa.
BLAUTI-I, AUDREY-Yardley Rd., Morrisville, R.l"'.D,
No. 2, Pa.
BLISS, GLADYS-1742 65th Ave., Phila., Pa.
BLISS, PEARL--909 N. Franklin St., Phila., Pa.
BLOI'N'l', CAR0LYN7S3-15 Cedar Rd.. Elkins Park, Pa.
BOEEHORE, KATHRYN-TOS Shadeland Ave., Drexel
BORDNER, NANCY-7122 Sellers Ave., Upper Darby,
BORSARI, RITA-2641 S. lseminger St., Phila., Pa.
BOSKYELL, JANE-159 N. Latches Lane, Bala Cynwyd,
BOURCART, MARIANNE-Avenida Juares 59, Coy-
dacan, D. F.. Mexico.
BRADLEY, PATRICIA-North St., No. Reading, Mass.
BRADLEY, SHIRLEY-6236 Magnolia Ave., Phila., Pa.
BRANDT, DOROTHY--203 York St., Camden, N. J.
BRAUNFELD NORMA-5224 Lebanon Ave., Phila., Pa.
BREED, HELEN--105 S. Cambridge Ave., Ventnor, N. J.
BREY, ELIZABETH-3122 VV. Penn St., Phila., Pa.
BRILL. SELMA-6343 Elmwood Ave., Phila., Pa.
BRODSKY. ROBERTA-5730 Larchwood Ave.. Phila.
BRODY. CH.-iRl.0T'I'E-5719 N. 13th St., Phila.
BROOKS. KATHLEEN-1010 Elizabeth St., Williains-
BROKYN. GODFREY-Tanyard Rd., Sewell, N. J.
BRONVN. IVAMARIE--55 S. Rolling Rd., Springfield,
Del. Co., Pa.
BRUNTON, BARBARA-705 Gfeythorne Rd-, WYUUC'
IIUCKLEY, HELEN-1020 Kenwyn St., Phila., Pa.
BURKHARDT, ELSIE-511 E. 17th St., No, VVi1d-
Wood. N. J.
BURTON. JOAX-620 E. Willow Grove Ave., Phila.
BUTCHER, LOIS-33 E. Grant St., Viioodstown, N. J.
CADDELL, JOAN-Cedar St., Stony Brook, N. Y.
CLAVANE, GLORIA-Lago Colony, Aruba, Netherlands
CAPORALE, BRUNIIILDA-256 S. l2th St., Phila., Pa.
FARLIN. JOAYNE-2416 N. 16th St., Phila., Pa.
CARROLL. ANITA-516 VVoodbine Ave., Narberth, Pa.
CHEYNEY, MARGERY-6140 TVayne Ave., Phila., Pa.
CIENKOXYSKI. CYNTHIAH-6807 Bradford St., Phila.
FIPOLLA. GERALDINE--1803 S. 20th St., Phila., Pa.
CLARK. MARIE!81 Hawn Lane Chestnut Hill, Pa.
FLOIFSER. .IEAN-Mziin St., Oley, Pa.
COHEN, ALLYNE-22 Moran St., Waterbury, Conn.
FOHEN, ANITA-2400 N. 32nd St., Phila., Pa.
COHEN. SELNIA-ll00 Madison Ave., Lakewood,N. J.
CONGREVE, MARY-ll0T Longacre Blvd., Yeadon, Pa.
COXXOR. JITANITA--281 E. Butler Ave., Ambler, Pu.
COOKE. ELIZABE'I'Hf250 YV. Hartwell Lane, Chest-
nut Hill, Pa.
CRI?1Il?CY, PATRICIA-202 E. VVilloW St., Yvenonah,
CUNSINGHAM, MARY-100 Chesney Lane, Erdenheim,
DAK1GlljNIAX, CAROL4l20 N. 3rd Ave., Highland Park,
DANIELL. NIABEL-242 Long Lane, Vpper Darby, Pa.
DANKVORTH, CLAIRE-3223 Marshall Rd., Drexel Hill,
DAVLS. BARBARA-HR Erdenheim Rd., Chestnut Hill,
DePAUL, GLORIA-1756 Mayland St., Phila., Pa.
DEXTER, NANCY-T918 VVinston Rd., Phila., Pa.
DICKHART, LEONA-243 S. 13th St., Phila., Pa.
DIENES. JOY-2317 79th Ave., Phila., Pa.
DuFRAYNE. ANN-1108 S. 46th St., Phila., Pa.
DUSINBERRE, ANNA-2810 Cortland Pl., N.VV., VVash-
ington, D. C.
EDERER, HENR.IE'I"I'A-11 Surry Rd., Melrose Park,
EISENRERG, MARIAN-5001 C St., Phila., Pa.
EVANS, MARJORIE-1201 Darlmorth St,, Scranton,
EVEISIEST, RITA--86 NY. Albemarle Ave., Lansdowne,
EXAR, HELEN-626 Swede St., Norristown, Pa.
FAGER, JEAN-10 Howard Court, Staten island, N. Y.
FAIIK, Tl-IELMA--4617 Higbee St., Phila.
FARREN. ANN-615 Prospect St., Portage, Pa.
FEHR, MARILYN--R34 Milton St., Easton, Pa.
FELDNIAN, NIONA-881 N. Tth St., Phila., Pa.
FEIQE-R, BARBARA-322 Pennington St., Elizabeth,
A . .
FINCK, ELIZABETH-111 Summit Ln., Bala Cynwyd,
FISCHER, MARILYN--6016 Cobbs Creek Pkwy., Phila.
FISHER, MARY-819 Lehigh St., Easton, Pa.
FISHER, MURIEL-4812 Shelbourne St., Phila., Pa.
FISHMAN. RHODA-609 VVest Ave., .lenkintown, Pa.
FLINN, SALLY-51 VV. Main St., Uniontown, Pa.
FOREJ, NATALIE-320 Drexel Court Apts., Drexel Hill,
FORMAN, MARTHA-5214 Church Rd., YVynnefield, Pa.
FOSTER, DORIS-1114 Foulkrod St., Phila., Pa.
l4'RA1SifgYi, ROSE MARY-S4-22 124 St., Richmond Hill,
FREE, MARY-940 Itaska St., Bethlehem, Pa.
FREIDHOFF, HULDA--121 3rd Ave., Johnstown, Pa.
FRIEDMAN, MARILYN-308 Pelham Rd., Phila., Pa.
GARBEE, DORIS--3804 Grantley Rd., Baltimore, Md.
GENTRY, LOUISE-6614 Horroeks St., Phila., Pa.
GERRER. CAROLYN-367 Fairview Ave., Orange, N. J.
GETZENDANNER. yIARY- 3442 Anchentorely Ter.,
GODSON, MAISY-44 S. Clearfield Rd., Oakmont, Upper
GOLDMAN, LYNORA--6175 N. 17th St., Phila., Pa.
GOLDSTEIN, BERNICE-6510 N. 9th St., Phila., Pa.
GOLDSTEIN, JOYFE-5303 Arlington St., Phila.. Pa.
GOOD, GLADYS-407 Linden Ave., Riverton, N. J.
GOO53, SHIIIRQLEY-118 Philadelphia Ave., Egg Harbor
ity, . .
GORCDON. .IEANETTE-305 Vifashington, Norwich,
GRAFTON, BARBARA--BOX 26, Concordville, Pa.
GRAEFF, BETSY-Norris City Ave., Norristown, Pa.
GRAGZHOLQ, ELIZABETH--716 Clifton Ave., Colling-
GREEN, MARGARET-5528 Poplar St., Phila.. Pa.
GREENBERG, ANNE'I"l'E-3107 Kensington Av., Phila.
GREENBERG, PHILIPPA--75 Stimson Road, New
GREENSTEIN, BERNIFE-5716 YVil1ows Ave., Phila.
GREElNg:S'l'B13IN, MARJORIE-1550 Elmwood Ave., F01-
cro t, a.
GRI21ER. IIELENE--174 Farmington Ave., VVaterbury,
HAFKLER. OLIVE-819 S. 48th St., Phila., Pa.
HAHN, FRANCES-2725 N. 13th St., Phila., Pa.
HAMILTON, DORIS-60 Hartley Rd., Lansdowne, Pa.
HAVISTRON, MARY-6353 Ross St., Phila., Pa.
I-IANNERS, RUTH-804 Old VVyomissing Rd., Reading,
HARKINS, CLAIRE-6647 Wayne Ave., Phila., Pa.
HAYLES. JANE-69 S. Whillelsey Ave., VVallingford.
HAZELQIFIST, FERN-3820 Locust St., Phila., Pa.
HEADLEU, DIARY-511 E. Zlst St., Chester, Pa.
HEEBNER, MARGARET-563 Fountain St., Wissa-
hickon Hills, Pa.
HENNENSTATT, RACHEL-Ellsworth Av,, Pittsburgh.
HERBERT. ANN-R.l".D. No. 1, Newtown, Pa.
HARTVVECK. VIRGINIA--4399 Cottman St., Phila.. Pa.
HIGH, NANCY-113 S. High St., WVest Chester, Pa.
HILRERRIAND, MADELINE-30 VVest Broadway, Red
HILL. LOUISE-2121 Grand Concourse, New York, N. Y.
IIILTNER, VIVIANvl42 E. 10th Ave., Conshohocken,
HIRSHORN, ANNE'I"l'E-1362 Park Blvd., Camden, N. J,
HOLLINGER. JEAN-Abbottstown, Pa.
HONOSKI. VIRGINIA--250 Priseilla Lane. Aldan, Pa.
HORN. NIADELINE-25122 N. 12th St., Phila, Pa.
HORSEY, VIRGINIA-529 Kenmore Rd., Merion. Pa.
Forrest Ave., Ambler, Pa.
I-IULLIIIEN, JEAN-51 Summer St.. Bradford, Pa,
HITRYYITZ, JOYCE-1000 N. 45th St., Phila., Pa.
HU'I"I'0N, JEANNE-201 Mill Rd., Brookline, Upper
ICHELSON, VERA--927 S. 60th St., Phla,, Pa.
IGLER, JANICE-4007 Baltimore Ave., Phila., Pa.
ITSYNSON. JAYNE-5638 Diamond St., Phila., Pa.
JAFFE, SHIRLEY-322 5tl1 St., Philipsburg, Pa.
JAMES, RUTH-1200 Knox Rd., Wynnewood, Pa.
JELALIAN, ROSE-3922 Fairmount Ave., Phila., Pa.
JENNINGS, ANNE-357 W. Mt. Airy Ave., Phila., Pa.
JOHNSON, DOROTHY-520 N. Monroe St., Media, Pa.
JO!-l?S'I'fIgN. .IEINNY-"VVychwood," Moylan-Rose Vai-
JONES, GAIL-S-T213 Hazel Ave., Upper Darby, Pa.
JONES, ISABELLA-XVarwick Hotel, 17th and Locust,
JONES, JANE-901 Morgan Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
JOSLYN. BURGESS-Spring Rd., South Salem. N. Y.
JULIANA. CARDIELLA-1829 S. 21st St., Phila., Pa.
KANJORSKI. XVANIJABELLE-20 S. Han0X'e1' St.,
KARDISH. THERSA-5010 Erringer Pl., Phila., Pa.
KEAN, GLORIA--41702 Locust St., Phila., Pa.
KEENE, ANNEil7l3 VValnut St., Phila., Pa.
KEER, PATRICIA-29 Morton Ave., Ridley Park, Pa.
KENNARD, JOAN--lOl7 Childs Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
IiES1S,Ii?R, GERTRUDE-17 E. Union St., Bordentowri,
KESSON. JANE-1242 Brighton St., Phila., Pa.
ICING, ELIZABETH-6243 Morton St., Phila., Pa.
KIRMSE, FLORENCE--126 Glencoe Rd., Upper Darby,
KLEIN. MARILYN-4804 N. 13th St., Phila., Pa.
KOLBER. RUTH-2649 N. Napa St., Phila., Pa.
KORIS, JANE-4473 Silverwood St., Phila., Pa.
K0RbNg1AHISIgR, CHARLOTTE-28 Oakwood Pl., Eliza-
e , . .
KRAFT. ROSENIARY--106 S. 53rd St., Phila., Pa.
IIRANENBITRG, KATHERINE--7 Tull Dr., Stop 30,
Schenectady Rd., Albany. N. Y.
ICRIFK, FLORENCE-246 XV. Upsal St., Phila., Pa.
KUHNS, VVIXIFRED--206 E. Main St., Mechanicshurg.
l.uFOND, BERNIFIC-1012 N. 66th St., Phila., Pa.
LAlVgl, XYINIFRED-318 Highland Ave., Upper Darby,
LARISIO-lf, EDITH-Mount Vernon Ave., Laurel Springs,
LARSON, EDNA-1510 Ashton Rd., Manoa, Upper
LAVESON, FLORENCE-5422 Wyndale Ave., Phila., Pa.
LAXVS. MARION--314 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa.
LAX, C'HARLO'l"I'E--209 E. 22nd St., Chester, Pa.
LEE, ELIZABETH-5921 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa.
LEI-INEIS, 'PHERESE-3104 N. Patton St., Phila., Pa.
LEIBACH, ANNA-322 N. 5th St., Reading, Pa.
LEVY, BARBARA, LEVY-1920 S. 5th St., Phla., Pa.
LEXORE, LEXVIS-2020 Ave. T, Brooklyn. N. Y.
LIXSKY, RI"l'H-320 S. St. Bernard St., Phila., Pa.
LIPSIUS, HELEN-300 YVyandotte St.. Lester, Pa.
LIPP, JEANNE-5930 Nassau Rd., Overbrook, Pa.
LIPSCHUTZ. NANCY-5642 N. Uber St., Phila., Pa.
LI'I"I'LE. MARJORIE-55 Ondale Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
LLOED. .IEANNE-1107 Larchmont Ave., Penfield, Del.
LONG, MELVA-504 Tilghman St., Allentown, Pa.
LI"I'O, JEAN--1852 W. North St., Bethlehem, Pa.
M1-BRIDE. JEANNE-638 Morris Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa.
lVIcCON'AUGHY. GERALDINE-1389 Military Way,
Lake City, Utah.
McCONNELL, SHIRLEY--259 Trent Rd., Penn Wynne,
Mc-DO'NALD. BURR-328 Midland Ave.. St. Davids, Pa.
Mt-DgVYELL, ETHEI.-21 Mansion Rd., Springfield, Del.
o., Pa. '
McKINNEY. SYLVIA--8346 Cadwalader Ave., Elkins
NIcRlAI-ION, JANET--343 E. VVhartOn Rd., Glenside, Pa.
Mm-MANUS, MARY--Ogontz Manor, E-14. Phila., Pa.
MeNABB, MARY-24 Sycamore Rd., Manoa, Upper
M1-NEI.l.IS. MARY-1330 65th Ave., Phila., Pa.
MACALLIS'l'ER, DOROTHY-5647 N. 16th St., Phila.
MALF'I'l'ANO. AURORA-1024 Mifflin St., Phila., Pa.
MANQJS, ANTOINE'I"l'E-1426 Belleview Ave., Camden,
MARSHALL. DOROTHY-311 E. Upsal St., Phila., Pa.
MA'I"1'HEVVS, GVVENDOLYN-5451 Thomas Ave., Phila.
MATTIA. GLORIA--2336 Vernon St., Phila., Pa.
MATTINGLY. GAY-69 Hopkins St., Hilton Village, Va.
MAXTON. JANET-Maple Ave. and VVoodmere Court,
MAYO. JULIA-4lR17 Carpenter St., Phila., Pa.
DIICHNER, R.IY'I'll-T743 Fayette St., Phila.. Pa.
MILLER. .lANEfl429 Madison St., NAV., VVash.. D. C.
NIILNE. RI"I'H-.134 XV. Pierson Ave., Somers Pt.. N. J.
HILUX. El.lZABE'l'H-2146 S. Opal St., Phila., Pa.
MORRIS. BARIIARA-Caversham Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.
MORRISON. RUTH-R30 Muirfield Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.
MORROWY. ELIZAIIETH-2236 S. 21st St., Phila., Pa.
NIOSSHART MARGARET--1317 VVynnewOod Rd., Ard-
MOUNTFORD, JANE-3320 Rowe St., Camden, N. J.
MYERS, MADELINE-1319 E. Montgomery Ave.,
NADEL, SUE-193 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Phila., Pa.
NAVARRO, CARNIEN-4320 Chestnut St., Phila.. Pa.
NEFF, DOROTHY-6124 Jefferson St., Phila., Pa.
NEUNIEISTEII. PHYLIJS-5348 N. Broad St., Phila., Po..
NEXYMARK, GEIISII.-1924 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
NICHOLSON, MARJORIE-526 Highland Ter., YVil-
OETERS, FLORENCE-515 Glenside Ave., VVyncote,
O'NElLL, JEAN-Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
PAGE. MARY-State and Spring Mill Rds., Bryn
PARKIN. I'HYI.l.IS-7439 Normandy Lane, Melrose
PARNELL, MARIE-146 Fl. lst St., Phila., Pa.
PARNELL. DIARY-502 Lafayette St., Tamaqua, Pa.
PARRIS, VIVIAN-2637 N. 30th St., Phila., Pa.
PATTERSON, SUZANNE-564 Montgomery Ave., Hav-
PECIQ, l!IARGARE'l' fMRSJ-124 Linden Ave., Rut-
PEFFER. LEONA-1917 W. Olney Ave., Phila., Pa.
PHILLIPS. JANES-534 Kerper St., Phila., Pa.
POLIS. BETTY-5720 N. 5th St., Phila., Pa.
POLLER, CLARE-635 XVheeler Ave., Scranton, Pa.
POLLITT, MARY-i052 VVakeling St., Phila., Pa.
PI'RDY. FRANCES--133 Forrest Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
RABKIN, BARBARA-1531 Bradley Ave., Camden, N. J.
RADBILL RUTH-224 N. Bowman Ave., Merion, Pa.
RAPP, MARJORIE-506 Tatnall Ave., Glenolden, Pa.
REGXERY. ANGELA-201 E. Madison Ave., Collings-
wood, N. J.
REILLY, LUIS--22 XVellington Rd., Upper Darby, Pa.
REISGEN, PA'l'RICI.t+270 Mather Rd., Jenkintown,
RIABOFF. TATIANA-643 N. 15th St., Phila., Pa.
RICHARD. RUTH-2-ii' Sagamore Rd., Brookline, Upper
RIGGS. ROBERTA-125 N. Poplan Ave., Pierre, S. D.
RIGNEY, ROSE--i025 Duncan St., Yeadon, Pa.
RING. IGNA--Modern Farms, R.F'.D. No. 1, Belmar, N. J
ROAN, DIARJOIIIE-580 Washington Ave., Plymouth,
ROBERTS. CAROLYN-739 9th Ave., Prospect Park, Pa.
RIJBSON, CATHERINE--Retliel, Vt.
ROGERS, JOAN-535 Sussex Rd., YVynnewood, Pa.
ROLLE, JOYCE-wl09o Alcott St., Phila.,Pa.
ROSE. DOROTHY-4818 N. Franklin St., Phila., Pa.
ROSENEAX. EVELYN-1329 Pacino Ave., Atlantic City.
ROSNOY, MINI-V-1845 Osage Ave., Phila.. Pa.
ROTH, ALICE-9ll Atwood Rd., Phila., Pa.
RO'lg-I, REIXEE-1620 XVoodmere YVay, Brookline, Del.
RVBIN. 'SVILMA-6242 XVashington Ave., Phila.. Pa.
RITKDESCHEL, MARY--i114 Marlyn Rd., Phila., Pa.
RULEFF, JEAN-ll5 WV. Ffortter St., Phila., Pa.
RUOFCHIO, JOSEPHINE-707 Wharton St., Phila., Pa.
RUST, MARJORIE-405 Trites Ave., Norwood, Pa.
SADEL, MIRIAM--1900 Orthodox St., Phila., Pa.
SANDBERG. ISAHEL-4629 Sansom St., Phila., Pa.
SANGREE, FlI.LEN+5305 Old York Rd.. Phila. Pa.
SARGENT. JEAN--124 Chestnut Ave., Narberth, Pa.
SI' ANTLONT. DOROTIIY-522 VV. Godfrey Ave., Phila., Pa.
SCHAFENAFKER, DOROTHY-134 N. Main St., North
SIIEIBER. MARGARET-5542 Greenway Ave., Phila.
SFHZQIIDT. BARBARA-59 Stratford Ave., Aldan, Del.
SCIIXYARTZ, .lACQ,IlEl.INE-300 Madison Ave., Lake-
wood, N. J.
SFI-IYYARTZ, ROSANIGND-6515 N. Bouvier St., Phila.
Sf'O'I"l'. JEANNE--828 Kearney Ave., Cape May, N. J.
SEGALL. THEIJIA-4651 Xvalnut St.. Phila., Pa.
SELNICK. GERTRYDE--6429 N. Smedley St., Phila.. Pa.
SIIAFFHAN, A ITDRlCYke505 VV. Abhottsford Rd.. Phila,
SHAHINIAN, SYLVI.-1-6128 Ellsworth St., Phila., Pa.
Sl-IAINES, ELAINE-2229 N. Front St., Phila., Pa.
SI-IAYAMAN, PATRICIA-1625 Union St., Reading, Pa.
Sl1A1sI.?1f'H, ETHEL--77 Smith Ave., VVhite Plains,
SHAVV, BARBARA---P. 0. Box 277, Saybrook, Conn.
SHEEHAN. ELIZ.-ll!E'l'H--l515 VVildW00d Ave., Cam-
den, N. J.
FIIUWIA, MARY-5524 XVayne Ave., Phila., Pa.
SILVER. Lll.l.IA'Ni-4232 N. 8th St., Phila., Pa.
SILVERT. ELINOH-5333 N. 15th St., Phila., Pa.
SIVOY. MARY-15? YV. VVyneva St.. Phila., Pa.
HKILLERY. N.-i'VFY76T Overhlll Rd., Cynwyd, Pa.
SKLAR, GERALDINIC-1203 S. 61st St., Phila., Pa.
SI OXX. SI-llRLEY7iR? 'ke-lmont Ave., Patterson, N. J.
SLOTNICK. Rl"I'll-ZS35 Prairie Ave., Miami Beaoh,
SNIELZER, MARTHA--422 Bryn Mawr Ave., Cynwyd,
SMITH. GVVENDOLYNfDrybrook Farm, Germantown
Pike. Fairview Village, Pa.
SMITH. DESIREE-147 lfernbrook Ave., XVyneote, Pa.
SPADE, llld'l"I'Y-7523 Boyer St., Phila., Pa.
S'l'AN'l'0N, SHIRLEY--501.2 Nvoodbine AVC., Phila., Pa..
STAi!Il7l,0NlS, JEAN-336 W. Lloyd St., Shenandoah,
STARKE. Ml'l'ZI-T800 Argus Rd., Phila., Pa.
S'l'ElN, JACQIIELINE-61 IC. Mowry St., Chester, Pa.
STERN, Blf1'l"l'INA-2321 76th Ave., Phila., Pa.
S'1'EYENS, ANNE-63 Ardmore Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
STOKES, DIARY-23 Railroad Ave., I-Iaverfurd, Pa.
S'I'0U'I'. .ll+1ANlC'I'TE-250 Cliveden Ave., Glenside, Pa.
STRANGE, BARBARA---5314 Penn St., Phila., Pa.
S'l'RA'l"l'0N, BEATIRICE-583 Main St., Agawam, Mass.
STROIIACH, l'Al'I.AY123!l S. 2nd St., Phila., Pa.
SVYAIN, JEAN-2027 Delancey Pl., Phila., Pa.
SXY.lR'l"l'Z. PHOEBEYSZZS Arlington St., Phila., Pal.
TANZER, SEMA--206 NY. Elst St., YVilmington, Del.
HAI'l,ANE, FRANCES-1028 l'l. Rittenhouse St., Phila.
THOMPSON. JANE HIIISJ-501 XV, l-Iortter St., Phila.
TULAND. SUSAN-T916 VVinston Rd., Chestnut Hill, Pa.
TONSKY, FRANCES-5254 Lebanon Ave., Phila., Pa.
TOPKIS. l.UCIl.l.E-1075 Park Ave., New York, N. Y.
'l'0UHII.I.. DORIS-50l S. Narberth Ave., Merion, Pa.
'l'RAVAGl.lNE, BE'I"l'Y-1024 Lancaster Ave., Bryn
'l'Rl1'NER, NANCY-319 Barker St., Ridley Park, Pa.
'l'l'l.Il3Al'!l, GERTRYDE-T15 S. 21st St., Phila., Pa.
TUNIS. MARY-St. Davids Court, St. Tlavimls, Pa.
'l'l'RNER, DIARGARET-ll Main St., ltloutfromery, Pa.
YANDERS'l'l41Wll'EL, PA ULA-106 S. Chase St.,XVheaton
v.xN l'EL'1'. MARIAN-Edgehill Rd., Wayne, Pa.
VASTINIC, NELLE-267 Kent Rd., VVynneWood, Pa.
YEITH. ll0IS--4213 Disston St., Phila., Pa.
YY.-lHl.Q,lIIS'l'. IRMA-3004 Knorr St., Phila., Pa.
NYALL, ELEANOR-Mayfair House, Germantown,
VYALI., MARGARET-21 Kenderton Ave., Roslyn, Pa.
VYANDRER. RU'l'H-3312 Tudor St., Phila., Pa.
NYARBURTON, ANNA-433 Pine Crest Rd., Springlield,
Del. Co.. Pa.
XYARNIICIQ, ANNE--5050 Baltimore Ave., Phila., Pa.
XYATERBOR, LOUISE-500 Gregg' St., Shillingtou, Pa.
XYICBER, IIOSEMARY- 228 is Court Ave., Upper
XYEFIITER, l'HYlllllS41TO2 67th Ave., Phila., Pa.
0'ElNRO'l"l', RITA-Garden Court Apts., 47th and
Pine Sts., Phila., Pa.
WYENDAL, JOAN-307 Hillside Ave., Livingston, N. J.
VVENERD, SALLY-6360 Ross St., Phila., Pa.
WVENNER, MIIRIEI.-246 Cliveden Ave., Glenside, Pa.
XVI ARTON, ll4AlI Pine Rd Rosemont Pa
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XYHEELER, S.lI.l.Y--433 VV. Springettsbury Ave., York,
XVHI'l'AIiEli, ISAREI.-1924 Panama St., Phla.. Pa.
XYHITING, JOY-26 Highfield Rd., Villanova, Pa.
XYILKIXSON. FLARE-Frogmore, S. C.
XYILLIAMS. I-IAZEI.-1111 Overington St., Phila.. Pa.
KYILLIAMS. HELEN-1026 Foulkrod St., Phila., Pa.
NYILSON, ANNE-10 bl. Plumstead Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
vYIR'l'SCHAF'I'ER. EILEEN-5343 Arlington St., Phila.
NVULF, CONS'l'ANl'E-825 VV. End Ave., New York,
XYRIGHT. DONNA-Main St., Millerstown, Pa.
XYllIliH'I', l.0RE'l"l'A-5223 XVarringt0n Ave., Phila.
YARNALI., JI'l.IA-Bryn Mawr Court, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
1'I'lN'l'lS, ARLENE-5398 Winnefield Ave., Phila., Pa.
YOUNG. MAY-4012 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
ZARETSKY. Illl.l.IAN'-'527 S. 3rd St., Phila., Pa.
ZELI.. FRANCES-124 Evergreen Pl., E. Orange, N. J.
ZERR. MARY-5002 Pine St., Phila., Pa.
ZIEGLER, RERNADINTE-307 H. 4th St., Bethlehem, Pa.
ZION. JANE-4832! Pine St., Phila., Pa.
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