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IJ " ' i ' ' ™ 0 By1 « . LUsiL i . NON-CIRCULATING. Library RICHMOND PROfESSIONAl INSTITUTE of the C0ll[6E Of WILLIAM AND MARY 901 West Franklin Street Richmond, Va. 378.755 Number R41-4y— - 1958 Copy ' 0 s. ' - ■ » -f?;; -i -J ' : ■![■-: - - 7. ?: Vfrgfnfa Commonwealth University Archives 4- t 4f r 1? VI tf r we fr r ;?- f i ■4 4v ti fy M ' .■ ? n- » ' » " t • THE WIGWAM ARGINA M. MISKINIS, EDITOR LUCILLE ANDERSON, BUSINESS MANAGER Wigwam PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF THE RICHMOND DIVISION OF THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY IN VIRGINIA 19 3 8 LIBRARY I COLLEGE OF WlLUAf l AND MARY RICHMOND DIVISION DEDICATION TO WORLD-WIDE YOUTH, WHO WILL TRY TO MAKE PEACE IN THE WORLD, THE WIGWAM OF 1938 DEDICATES THIS VOLUME IN THE HOPE THAT FRATERNITY OF NATIONS WILL BECOME A FACT RATHER THAN THE DREAM OF AN IDEALIST. ■u nl -ii- -A :. W: % f p f( 4 fjf III lv ill ■:™. „- ijj eji - ' ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ANDERSON ART GALLERY lf ' ' :i yi vS= : rirf- .•K;f--?- t • h ' V«■W5.• •■s = - -4 ' -4 .- ' i Henby H. HiBBS, Jr. Ph.D. Dean, Richmond Division Samuel Jesse McCoy Ph. D. English AiLEEN Shane A. B., M. S. S. Social Case Work George W. Poland, Jr. A. B. Italian and Spanish Margaret L. Johnson A. B.. A. M., Ph. D. French and Latin Olive M. Stone Francis C.Montgomery Jeanette McConnell A. B., M. A. A. B.. M. A. B. S., M. S. Sociology Public Health Nursing Chemistry Doris E. Fales A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Biology Franklin Johnson A. B.. A. M., Ph. D. Sociology and Social Research Martha H. Jaeger A. B., A. M. Psychology : , ' --i ' f. . tfi i ' ift i- ' -f ' .t lt: ; t ' ' : " " - f - ' - ' -m-iiiM. - -H -f- ' Marion M. Junkin B. A. Anatomy, Art History Etching, Lithography, and Sculpture Theresa Pollak B. S. Life Class Hazel Pettus Mundy Emerald C. Bristow Costume Design and Interior Decoration Fashion Illustration Helen Fill Rhodes Artist ' s Diploma Voice Anna Mae Johnston B. A., M. A. Store Service Department Louise Bernard Store Service Department Irma Devillers Earp Piano ViRGiE A. Chalicley Alice Whiteside Jorg B. L. I. Social Director of Dramatics Women and Public Speaking ALMA MATER Hark, the students ' voices swelling, Strong and true and clear! Alma Mater ' s love they ' re telling. Ringing far and near. William and Mary, loved of old, Hark upon the gale, Hear the thunder of our chorus, Alma Mater — Hail! Iron-shod and golden sandaled Shall the years go by; Still our hearts shall weave about thee Love that cannot die. All thy sons are faithful to thee Through their college days. Singing out of hearts that love thee Alma Mater ' s praise. God, our Father, hear our voices. Listen to our cry: Bless the College of our Fathers, Never let her die. 10 V ., , -sri? M • ' !: -(id - «h? ■ » ■•■ 4i l-if l rtrv. lJTK: mmikim mvm SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MARY HOLZBACH President VIRGINIA WARE Vice-President LUCY FLIPPO Secretary MARY DABNEY Treasurer 12 ' -Lk -i- - ' : - i¥ i JOSEPH HENRY ADAMS Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 34- ' 38 Psychology Club ' 37 MAE LEAKE ANDERSON Richmond. Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Wes;hampton College, Richmond, Va. ' 36 Certificate in Store Service Education BARBARA ANNA BEARD Cobleskill, New York B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from College of William Mary, Williamsburg, Va. ' 36 Art Students ' League ' 37- ' 38 Cotillion Club ' 36 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 Activitiss Editor Wigwam ' 37- ' 38 13 LUCILLE ESTHER BOWDEN Richmond. Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Advertising Manager Atlas Paper ' 34- ' 36 Business Staff Atlas Paper ' 34- 35 Circulation Manager Atlas Paper ' 36- ' 38 Cotillion Club ' 34- ' 38 JANE CAROLYN BRUCE Scotlsville. Va. B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Randolph-Macon Women ' s College, Lynchburg, Va. ' 36 Dorian Music Society ' 37- ' 38 Dramatic Club ' 36- ' 38 Glee Club ' 36- ' 37 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Psychology Club ' 37 BARBARA ELIZABETH BRUNTON Glen Ridge, New Jersey B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Scudder School, New York ' 37 Glee Club ' 37- ' 38 14 ■ ' -. ' i ' l¥l4- ' ' H jj-i -fK) - - ' ;f ' i: -H ROSE GAIL CHENMAN Norfolk, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from College of William Mary, Norfolk, Va. ' 36 President American Students ' Union ' 37- ' 38 Cotillion Club •36- ' 38 Dramatic Club ' 35- ' 37 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 MARY TURMAN DABNEY Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Treasurer Senior Class ' 37- ' 38 DOROTHY GREY DeGROTTE Reidsville, North Carolina BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Transfer from Arlington Hall, Washington, D. C. ' 36 Art Students ' League ' 36- ' 38 Cotillion Club ' 36- ' 38 15 .i- - ' - -H-Vrv ' ' ff -iy-ij-i v:- ! ' ? ' J 4-, -?- ■■ fA-? -f ' - -| ' y ;n ' -lUiisSwK. ETHEL MILDRED EDMONDS Kenbridge, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from State Teachers ' College, Farmville, Va. ' 35 LUCY ELLA FLIPPO Dcswell, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from State Teachers ' College, Fredericksburg, Va. ' 35 Literary Editor Atlas ' 37- ' 38 Cotillion Club ' 38 Glee Club ' 37- ' 38 Secretary Junior Class ' 36- ' 37 Secretary Senior Class ' 37- ' 38 Associate Editor Wigwam ' 37- ' 38 SUSAN STUART GIBSON Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Transfer from Sweet Briar Ccllege, Lynchburg, Va. ' 36 Art Students ' League ' 36- ' 38 Luslla Townley Liter ary Society ' 37- ' 38 16 in€ ' iryr-sr, -i-;r ' ' hi • :- -U .fi ijK 4f in M-t-i x .... .. h ;f ■•ry■■•i. f ,1- .v K. -: - tf- ' ■■ LUCILLE BURROUGHS GODFREY Conway, South Carolina BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Transfer from University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. ' 36- ' 37 Art Students ' League ' 34- ' 38 Atlas Club ■37- ' 38 Cotillion Club ■34- ' 36 Secretary and Treasurer Cotillion Club ■35- ' 36 Sophomore Representative House Council ' 35- ' 36 Business Manager Townley Digest ' 38 Treasurer Luella Towrnley Literary Society ' 35- ' 36 Vice-President Luella Tov nley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Secretary Sophomore Class ' 35- ' 36 Sophomore Representative Student Government Council ' 35- ' 36 DOROTHY LOUISE McNUTT GRAYSON Max Meadows, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Marion Junior College, Marion, Va. ' 35 American Students ' Union ' 35- ' 38 Chairman American Students ' Union ' 37 Secretary Atlas Club ' 37- ' 38 Dramatic Club ' 35- ' 36 Senior Representative House Council ' 37- ' 38 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Orientation Committee ' 37 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 MARY LOUISE GULICK Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Dramatic Club ' 37- ' 38 17 MRS. MADGE A. HENDERSON Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Marshall College, Huntington, W. Va. ' 34 Dramatic Club ' Sy- ' SS Glee Club ' 37 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 MARY ELIZABETH HOLZBACH Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Atlas Paper ' 36 Maid of Honor, May Court ' 38 Manager Basketball ■37- ' 38 Dramatic Club ' 35- ' 38 Vice President Dramatic Cub ' 37- ' 38 Vice-President Freshman Class ' 34- ' 35 Varsity Hockey ■35- ' 37 Orientation Committee ' 36- ' 38 President Senior Class ■37- ' 38 Junior Representative Student Government Counc 1 ■36- ' 37 CHARLOTTE REQUEA LOCKWOOD Tenally, New Jersey BACHELOR OF ARTS Transfer from College of William Mary, Williamsburg, Va. ' 37 Art Students ' League ' 37- ' 38 C IfK j u; •i? f - ' if- f-.t ' t .t ' -. ' i -.f- ' ' ; ' . ' : - ' ? - - ' N ' ii4y- Uk -f ■ -H ' f f EUNICE JANE MEAD Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Transfer from Westhampton College, Richmond, Va. ' 36 MARGARET BLAIR MILES Marion, Maryland B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Western Maryland College, Westminister, Md., ' 35 American Students ' Union ' 37- ' 38 Atlas Club ' 37. ' 38 Reporter Atlas Paper ' 37- ' 38 Cotillion Club ' 35- ' 38 President Cotillion Club ■37- ' 38 Dramatic Club ' 37- ' 38 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Junior Representative May Court ' 37 Orientation Committee ' 37 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 ARGINA MADELINE MISKINIS Easton, Pennsylvania BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 34- ' 38 Publicity Manager Art Students ' League ' 35- ' 36 Secretary Art Students ' League ' 36- ' 37 Atlas Club ' 37- ' 38 Art Critic Atlas Paper ' 37- ' 38 Reporter Atlas Paper ' 36- ' 38 Basketball ' 35 Dramatic Club ' 35 Hockey ' 34. ' 35 Psychology Club ' 35- ' 37 President Luella Tov nley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Art Editor Wigwam ' 36- ' 37 Assistant Circulation Manager Wigwai ' 36- ' 37 Editor-in-chief Wigwam ' 37- ' 38 19 ■e - ' r -f? - ?.%■ 4 GERALDINE LOUISE MITCHELL Portsmouth, New Hampshire B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Simmons College, Boston, Mass., ' 36 Cotillion Club ' 37- ' 38 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Psychology Club ' SB- ' Sy ALICE CATHERINE NEWLAND Dumbarton, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Alias Club ' 36- ' 37 Atlas Paper ■36- ' 37 Co-Editor Atlas ■37- ' 38 Co-Captain Basketball ' 38 Dramatic Club ■34- ' 38 Varsity Hockey ' 36- ' 37 President Junior Class ' 37 Secretary and Treasurer Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Orientation Committee ' 37- ' 38 Vice-President Sophomore Class ' 36 Senior Representative Student Government Council ' 37- ' 38 NELLE HARVEY NORRIS Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 20 LEMUELLA PALMER Ellerson, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 34- ' 38 Advertising Manager Atlas ' 37- ' 38 News Editor Atlas ' 37- ' 38 Reporter Atlas ' 36- ' 37 Cotillion Club ' 34- ' 35 Glee Club ' Se- ' SS MARY LLEWLYN PRETLOW Chester, Virginia B. S. IN NURSING FRANCES GERALDINE SCHAAF Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 35 Freshman Representative Student Government Council ' 34- ' 35 Hockey ' 35- ' 36 il 21 i-j ' i - ji-vj. ' .-ivy ,4 " Jr ?• ■■ it- J -,14 J ' ? ' ' ' I Vi• • i■• ' ? ■vKU••i •t■i4h• Cw MILDRED VIRGINIA SCHAAF Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Atlas Club ' 36- ' 38 Treasurer Alias Club ' 36- ' 37 Feature Editor Atlas Paper ' 36- ' 37 Sports Editor Alias Paper ' 35- ' 36 Vice-President Athletic Association ' 36- ' 37 Basketball ■34- ' 37 Manager Basketball ' 35- ' 36 Hockey ' 34- ' 35 Varsity Hockey ■35- ' 37 Treasurer Freshman Class ' 34- ' 35 Orientation Committee ' 36- ' 37 Sophomore Representative Student Government Council ' 35- ' 36 Junior Representative Student Government Council ' 36- ' 37 MARGARET LEE SMITH Richmond, Virginia B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY May Queen ' 38 President Dramatic Club ' 37- ' 38 Secretary Freshman Class ' 34- ' 35 Vice-President Junior Class ' 37- ' 38 Freshman Representative May Court ' 35 MARGARET SOLIBAKKE Seattle, Washington B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from University of ' Washington, Seattle, ' Washington ' 36 Dorian Society ' 37- ' 38 Glee Club ' 37- ' 38 President House Council ' 37- ' 38 Editor Tovirnley Digest ' 38 Luella Tovifnley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 Psychology Club ' 36- ' 37 • 22 , -Ife. ,-»£ ' . S» f .-. A ••:«■ ■ v -f i ■ ' -av 1 FLORENCE CHALK SPRUILL Rocky Mount, North Carolina B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Certificate in Social Work Transfer from Simmons College Boston, Mass. ' 36 SYLVIA FRANCES STEINREICH Newark, New Jersey B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY Transfer from Women ' s College University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. ' 36 Dramatic Club ' 36- ' 38 JOYCE MARGUERITE STOVER Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 34 Glee Club ■36- ' 37 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 37- ' 38 23 DOROTHY ELIZABETH THOMPSON White Plains, New York B. S. IN SOCIOLOGY President Atlas Club ' 37- ' 38 Vice-President Atlas Club ' 36- ' 37 Typist Atlas Paper ■35- ' 36 Sports Editor Atlas Paper ' 36- ' 37 Co-Captain Basketball ' 37- ' 38 Varsity Basketball ■34- ' 38 Captain Hockey ■36- ' 38 Varsity Hockey ' 34- ' 38 President Freshman Class ' 34- ' 35 Treasurer Junior Class ' 35- ' 36 Luella Townley Literary Society ' 35- ' 38 Secretary Treasurer Luella Townley Literary Society, ' 36- ' 37 President Sophomore Class ' 35- ' 35 President Student Government Council ■37. ' 38 Secretary Student Government Council ' 38- ' 37 Treasurer Student Government Council ' 35 ' sa CASSIE VIRGINIA WARE Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Students ' League ' 35- ' 38 Vice-President Senior Class ' 37- ' 38 24 ' ' i - »T ?• ' ■ t ? t ' t : " . • ' ' f ' - ' ' ' ' • ■ ' ' t ' - ' - ■ ■■ ■ ' ' ' ' - ' ' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ELIZABETH BROWN President LOUISE MARABLE Vice-President FRANCES BEAR Secretary LUCILLE ANDERSON Treasurer 26 ROSE BICHI ELSIE BLANK ELLEN BRENNER FOY MAE BULLUCK KATHRYN CARPENTER JEAN CHRISTIAN ANNIE PAGE CRAWFORD MARY JANE DeLISLE 27 •liBMaaaMWii. ELIZABETH DURHAM LOUISE EISEN EVELYN GOYNE BETTY GUNST BETTY GWALTNEY PHYLLIS HAVENS PEGGY LAYMAN EDITH MANN 28 ■. P ir «? ' ? T ' Tt f ' 2f 5 -ir l - ■ ' W: ■ «■?« ? - V i v •«- h ■i -H -i-f 4 ' -. KATHERINE MARKS BETH MOTLEY ELIZABETH PURKINS RACHEL RAYMER ELOUISE RUCKER HENRIETTA SICELOFF OLIVE SIDDONS MARY LIB WALTON MARY LEE WILLIAMS • 29 • SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Dean Robertson Mary Jo Stahl Emion Smith Jane Warrick Dr. Margaret L. Johnson President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Arnold, Jean Baker, Katherine Bear, Leon BeJile, Marjoris Bradfore, Jessie Bradley, Shirley Bragg, N. Bagley Britton, Mary Britts, Lorine Bull, Annette Burdette, Catherine Bussells, Dorothy Campbell, Edith Colville, Anita Crabill, Margaret Cross, S. Frances Dickerson, Betty Dodd, Evelyn Drudge, Lorraine Dudley, Dorothy Eraser, Marjorie Frye, L. Ellen Fuchs, Helen Garthright, Marian MEMBERS Gill, Helen Mary Gomberg, Muriel Gooch, Naomi Goodpasture, Nancy Gresham, Martha Hanckel, Marguerite Harrison, Emma Hay, Nell Hoyle, M. Virginia Jones, Emily Jones, Helen Kelley, Elizabeth King, Selma Knott, Betty Landram, Mary Etta Laughan, Dorothy Loeb, Henriette Lowery, Dorothy McKinney, Ruth McLane, Katherine Maher, Christine Markley, E. Brandon Martin, Helen • 30 • Miller, Anne Miller, Maxine Obermeyer, Jane Orr, Dorothy Owens, Nancy Payne, H. Wilhelmina Pollard, Mary Ann Poythress, Mary Elizabeth Quinto, Grace Russell, Doryse Sawyer, Jo Ann Seward, Anne Shaw, Patricia Slocum, Grace Smith, Anno James Smith, Anne Marsden Snead, Adelaide Tabakin, Betty Wallerstein, Betty Walton, Mary Lib Weber, Barbara Wermuth, Edna White, Irene Woodson, M. Louise •! lp-f ' )y »f ,lg , «r »! ? if ?f ; f - i y .• VJ. ?:;. •? ' » " ■ ■ ■ ♦■ { ' i- s 4 ? i i i ' c cia«5( 31 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Patricia MORAN President Sara Blanton Vice-President Margaret Moore Secretary Virginia Thayer Treasurer Mr. George W. Poland Sponsor MEMBERS Anna Adams Ruth Genlil Thomas McCann Lucile Reynolds Martha Anderson Elizabeth Gibson Sara McCarty Margaret Rice Virginia Anderson Jane Gorman Joyce McLane Ruth Roach Mary Angle Mary Hanley Jane MaoNeil Nancy Robertson Margaret Avery Elizabeth Harper Katherine Mallory Helen Rosenberg Jane Barham Caroline Hartsook Elsie May Mary Salterwhile Virginia Lee Bazile Lucile Harvey Ruth Miller Ruth Schneider Harriet Bogort Madelyn Helminger Eleanor Moon Irene Schurz Lucille Britten Mov bray Henderson Ida Moore Ellen Scott Smith Louise Burrus Emmy Lou Hetzer Betty Moron Anne Snead Elizabeth Cavan Mildred Hill Betty Morrissette Evva Sobeloff Stephina Chaplinsky Rose Hilliard Elizabeth Nease Beatrice Spain Nelly Christian Miriam House Elizabeth Nelson Evelyn Stevens Mildred Clements Doris Howard Margaret O ' Grady Mary Stratton Marian Collins Catherine Ingraham Kathleen O ' Hara Dorothy Sutfin Helen Condyles Elsie Kiene Otis Orr Martha Terrell Mary Cosby Grace Kight Charles Perkins Laura Anna Turner Cecile Dix Mrs. Talmis La Chance Edith Phillips Frances Van Doren Cecil Fennel Dixie Lawson Marie Louise Pietri Anne Warriner Carmen Fisher Pearl Levin Catherine Poat Sue Woods Maryetta Fitts Jane Liesfield Harriet Rady Mary Yeamans Louise Galeski William Lipscomb Martha Rex Jean Zamboni 32 f: ♦? : V t V vf? « ■ ■« f ■s - -f « - v -av 4«; |j ■ i - ? M GRADUATE STUDENTS Jennie Howe Francis Gardner Clara Dowdy . OFFICERS President Student Government Representative Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sara Jane Adams Juliet Bond Ballard Margaret Marrett Kathryn Barrs Edith Bottimore Elizabeth Booker Mary Broughton Eunice Bryer Anna V. Dickerson Louise H. Ewell Bluma Finkel Alice Frazee Mary Gassman MEMBERS Helen Glick E. Morton Gottlieb Netta Gracy Kate Harrison Charlotte Hoy Ellen Johnson Alice La Forge Virginia Lee Mary McCredie Martha MacMillan Marguerite McMenamin Eleanor Maddex Leo Minder Helen Neve Ruth Oakey Lawrence Olnick John Pastore Virginia Pfohl Adele Rapp Helen Reed Florence Sanford Ellen Simmerman Ellen Trig Billie Vilet Elizabeth Weidner A. Marie Williams 33 AROUND THE CAMPUS IN SNAPS ; 1 II ifi DOROTHY ELIZABETH THOMPSON PRESIDENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 36 »r ' ' S? ' ' (? ' i? f .lf ♦ ' ' ■ ' i ' tf ' ' ST: ■,f- ' - . , yM ' -. ' ■?« : •ftp ' v • « fv-i3 -m. k ■i - ' : -ii-t ' JANE WARRICK SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE DEAN ROBERTSON SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE STUDENT COUNCIL LUCILLE GODFREY LOUISE EISEN ALICE NEWLAND ATLAS CLUB ' ' ' i-t ' ' -% Y ' ,i lif .i :i ' -%Y ' l t .t ; -i -i-i -ty- -n iil-i . -H-f ' ■j " : • .i -.i«F-i ' V-}cii-; ; .■■? ' Fj (--if. f -,»?• f -i-f-vf-s - i.i ' ' LUCILLE ANDERSON BUSINESS MANAGER LOUISE EISEN CIRCULATION MANAGER MURIEL GOMBERG ART EDITQR LUCY FLIPPO ASSOCIATE EDITOR, LOUISE WOODSON ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MOR. THE WIGWAM STAFF n " «:- J-Sy w CO - EDITOR MARY LEEWiLUIAMS [ s JETTY GWAUTNEV ARGINA MISKINIS 1 ATLAS PAPER i -r ' .- ■ r -»- ?■;• ) ' » " ' ■ h ■ " . " ' SWwf — 0B 1 ARGINA MISKINiS DR MACARET L JOHNSON DR. S J AACCC IS5 MARTHA JAEOER GODFREY CE NEWLAND WURIEL. GOMBERC ELSIE BLANK JANE BRUCE ROSE CHENN rTA COLVILLE f " LOUISE EISEN LUCY FLlPPO EV SON HELENMARV CI LL c o SUSAN GIBSON PHYLLIS JASKAUSKAS EMILY JONES _ES GEftALDINE MITCHEL i- NJELLE NORRIS GRACE SLOCUM JOYCE ' STOVER DOROTHY THOMPSON IRENE WHITE LUELLA TOWNLEY LITERARY SOCIETY A ii cA •¥ ' ' ' - 9 1 " « • -L 111. ■Mft " y .w ' 4i- m ' ' THE DORIAN SOCIETY OF MUSIC OFFICERS Louise Marable President Mary Brooks Secretary Ruth Bloom Treasurer Mrs. G. S. Earp , . MEMBERS Sponsor Jane Bruce Ruth McKinney Selma King Margaret Solibakke 42 THE GLEE CLUB Elsie Blank Jane Warrick Ruth McKinney Emion Smith Mrs. Helen Fill Rhodes President , . . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Custodian Sponsor Katherine Baker Shirley Bradley Bagley Bragg Lucille Britton Barbara Brunton Stephina Chaplinsky Mary Cosby Mary Dinwiddie Cecil Fennel Lucy Flippo MEMBERS Evelyn Goyne Madge Henderson Emmy Lou Hetzsr Irraa Hudgins Helen Jones Selma King Dorothy Laughan Pal Moran Lemuella Palmer Grace Ouinto • 43 • Harriet Rady Rachael Raymer Lucille Reynolds Martha Rex Mary Lee Satterwhite Patricia Shaw Anna James Smith Margaret Solibakke Irma White Beth Whitehurst i ' j- • !. ' :l =:i-j! ' ' - Vf-J•i ' ■; - ; ■ •it•i ■■l4 5f= j i- kHU I wm miW- jr ■ H l. 1 jH i ft- f h M y t 11 iy u tfl fM N _| THE COTILLION CLUB Margaret Miles Edith Mann Jo Ann Sawyer Elizabeth Brown Mrs. Virgie A. Chalkley President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Ann Adams Lucille Anderson Frances Bear Elsie Blank Ruth Bloom Lucille Bowden Bagley Bragg Lou Bray Annette Bull Kitty Carpenter Elizabeth Cavan Rose Chenman Jean Christian Ann Page Crafford Peg Crowe Dorothy DeGrotte Mary Jane DeLisle Betty Dickerson Evelyn Dodd Virginia Drudge Elizabeth Durham Ruth Ennis Lucy Flippo Ellen Frye Marian Gathright Naomi Gooch Jane Gorman Evelyn Goyne Betty Gwaltney Mary Virginia Harris Caroline Hartsook Phyllis Havens Mickey Helminger Emmy Lou Hetzer Rosalie Hilliard Virginia Hoyle Helen Jones Betty Kelly Peggy Layman Catherine Mallory Louise Marable Brandon Markley Ruth Miller Geraldine Mitchell Eleanor Moon Betty Moron Pat Moron Dorothy Orr Vi ilhelmina Payne Edith Phillips Mary Elizabeth Poylhr ' Elizabeth Purkins Ruth Roach Dean Robertson Doris Roper Irene Schurz Ann Smith Anna James Smith Ellen Scott Smith Emion Smith Beatrice Spain Evelyn Stevens Dorothy Sutfin Ann Taylor Dorothy Thompson Mary Lib Walton Jane Warrick Barbara Weber Mary Lee Williams Bernice Winfield Sue Woods Louise Woodson Jean Zamboni 44 ffi tx: ii f : -nt f -m. i i: - ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OFFICERS Edith Mann Maxine Miller Muriel Gomberg Margaret Crabill Mr. Marion Junkin President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Sponsor Anna Adams Joseph Adams Mary Angle Margaret Avery Barbara Beard Frances Bear Harriet Bogart Bagley Bragg Lou Bray Annette Bull Catherine Burdette Jean Christian Margaret Crabill Sara Frances Cross Bill Cryer Dorothy DeGrotte Mary Jane DeLisle Susan Dickerson Virginia Drudge Dorothy Dudley Marian Garthwright Susan Gibson Helen Mary Gill Lucille Godfrey Naomi Gooch Nancy Goodpasture Elizabeth Harper Mary Virginia Harris Carolyn Hartsook Mowbray Henderson Emily Jones Maurice Jones Elizabeth Kelly Elsie Kiene Elizabeth Knott Peggy Layman Billy Lipscomb Charlotte Lockwood Elizabeth McGuire Elsie May Ryland McCann Virginia McLane Ann Miller Frances Miller Maxine Miller Ruth Miller Eugenia Minis Argina Miskinis Betty Moron Pat Moran Elizabeth Nease Dorothy Orr Lemuella Palmer Wilhelmina Payne Ruth Roach Helen Rosenberg Jo Ann Sawyer Henrietta Siceloff Adelaide Snead Evva Sobeloff Beatrice Spain Dorothy Sutfin Anne Taylor Martha Terrell Elizabeth Wallerstein Barbara Weber Julia Whaley Mary Lee Williams Carleton Wright Jean Zamboni 45 ' rf : " ' I ■ • ' ' ■ ' --■ •■ •i■i ' ■ i ' ; •i •H■i •:;4v y ii t f -«:f- ' - - ;r fi- J ' •» ' • ' ' : -A- - ■■■ THE BARNSTORMERS Margaret Smith Mary Holzbach Emmy Lou Hetzer Jane Warrick Mrs. Alice Whiteside Jorg President Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Lucille Anderson Olga Bonner Ellen Brenner Jane Bruce Mary Elizabeth Carter Elizabeth Cavan Helen Christensen Elizabeth Durham Ellen Frye Marietta Pitts Marian Gathright Mary Louise Gulick MEMBERS Betty Gwaltney Marguerite Hanckel Madge Henderson Betty Kelly Katherine Marks Gladys May Frances McAllister Margaret Miles Eleanor Moon Pat Moran Betty Morrisette Alice Newland Marie Pietri Harriet Rady Lucille Reynolds Martha Rex Anna James Smith Sylvia Steinreich Virginia Stone Faye Stratton Mary Lib Walton Margaret Williams Mary Yeamans This Daring Generation Lena Rivers Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates PLAYS Let It Burn 46 Just Another Saturday Latchkeys for Ladies The Blossoming of Mary Ann S? iP; f f . J ♦ ' 1 4 ■i ' ♦? • : - ' : ' t ' i . : 1 " : t V ■i.-jt vi V ' - ;; V " i- •■ ' ;■ ■ ' . ' 4-iKi.fe- THE AMERICAN STUDENTS ' UNION Rachel Raymer Elsie Blank Henriette Loeb , . Louise Eisen Miss Martha Jaeger OFFICERS , President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Program Chairman Sponsor Jessie Bradford Stephina Chaplinsky Rose Chenman Helen Fuchs Dorothy Grayson Pearl Levin Margaret Miles Leo Minder Anna James Smith Martha Smith Virginia Thayer Dorothy Thompson Laura Anna Turner Jane Warrick 47 I 1 Do. MAR6ARET L.JOHNSON tl MOST POPULAR PROFESSOR ELIZABETH BROWN MOST SCHOOL SPIR.IT LUCILLE ANDERSON MOST DEPENDABLE WHO S WHO . :- ;:■«:. c , -««(. »«: , ,1; -A .. K ' t-i .V- ■ iv h; ■• ' .■ ■.»», iK ■« ;■ s •■K M 4 ■rH n % -th ' ' • ? ' MARTHA STOKELY BEST DRE55ED A DOROTHY THOMPSON MOST ATHLETIC MAReUER-lTE HANCK.EL BEST ACTRESS AAReARET CROWE WITTIEST WHO S WHO AROUND THE CAMPUS IN SNAPS , - . ft!- ■, (, «.-.: •fi.i ••:« ; if! .iv i i fv -aV ' y .WMr,r-3tt is±i:-i ' r.pWll ' i ' .W ' ••■■(■■■■■■W 1938 MAY DAY SPONSORED BY THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Mary Holzbach, Student Chairman Dance Arrangements by Miss Lois Roberts Queen - Margaret Lee Smith Queen Regent Marie Duling Maid of Honor Mary Holzbach Senior Representative Virginia Burton Junior Representative Evelyn Goyne Junior Representative Elizabeth Durham Sophomore Representative Anne Marsden Smith Sophomore Representative Mary Elizabeth Poythress Freshman Representative Evelyn Stevens Freshman Representative Anne Warriner Page Jean Arnold Page Marie Petrie Page Ellen Brenner Page Elizabeth Dickerson Crov n Bearer Peggy Lee Dickerson • 51 • THE CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1937-1938 " Like a dart the present glances " Sept. 22-23— Registration — a lot of new faces around. Sept. 25 Off to classes; Store Service attracts many. Sept. 25 Dr. and Mrs. Hibbs entertain new students. Sept. 30 Freshles and Transfers sip tea at Student Government Reception. There was a time when . . . Oct. 1 " Swing time " for Freshmen — Student Government Dance. What next? Oct. 6 Campus Day! We flit away to Forest Hill Park. Oct. 1 1 Ouack, quack, and waddle, waddle . . . Duck Week is here. Oct. 13 Wedding bells ring for Mr. Biddle and Miss Knight. Oct. 22 Hockey sticks in swing as season opens. Oct. 29 Skulls and bones and all the spooks stalk out at Atlas Paper Dance. Nov. 4 Mrs. Overton tells us to face marriage rationally and intelligently. Nov. 10 Leslie Boiling, Negro sculptor, is guest of Art Students League. Nov. 17 " Can I forget you " . . . Mid-semesters! Nov. 19 Barnstormers reveal dramatic talents in three one-act plays. Nov. 24 Six tapped into Atlas Club. Congratulations, girls. Dec. 6 " Help the Christmas Mother " . . . the Senior way to Christmas spirit. Dec. 9 David Cannon, Negro psychologist, addresses psychology group. Dec. 10 Danced at Cotillion Winter Formal. • 52 • ». ■- ♦: . ». ; V. , , » ■ i. ■,-,; - -.« t-,: AV • . vi -K .;; . - « 1 Dec. 11 Remember . . . Senior Dance . . . his name on a card? . . . card? . . . Dec. 12 Glee Club Carol Feast by candlelight in chapel. Dec. 13 " How much am 1 bid? " . . a familiar phrase? ... oh yes, the Art Students League auction! Dec. 14 Barnstormers go modern at presentation of Lena Rivers. Dec. 17 As good as a Christmas present . . . that Wigwam Dance! Dec. 18 " Roses in December " . . . Christmas vacation! Dec. 21 Again those wedding bells. Miss Drewry now spells it Mrs. Thier- man, Jr. Jan. 3 We ' re back at school. Withered roses! Jan. 7 Boardman Robinson is guest critic for art school. Jan. 10 Basketball season opens in gloomy atmosphere . . . but not for long. Jan. 14 Psychology groups visit State Mental Hospital. Everyone comes back. Anything wrong? Jan. 19 American Students Union at the " mike. " Jan. 21 Tea for the departing nurses; Miss Montgomery plays hostess. Feb. 4 Miss McGregor and Dr. Davis join faculty staff. Feb. 18 Valentines in waltz at Senior Dance. Feb. 19 Martha Washington Dance ... in history old, in gayety, new. The Cotillion ' s gone original again! Feb. 23 The Stork Ballot settles it. What? Pink for the baby girl and blue for the boy. Feb. 26 Basketball season ends. It ' s been a blaze of glory. That ' s us! Mar. 2 We masquerade for the Mardi Gras! Mar. 15 Barnstormers present Latchkeys for Ladies. Very nice ladies. Mar. 18 " Swing and sway the Sophomore way " . . . we sure did. Mar. 24 Bridge and rummy — Louella Townley Card Party. There was food, too! Mar. 25 Heigh-ho, heigh-ho ... off to press we go . . . with the Wigwam! " Silent stands the past sublime. ' • 53 • CANDID SNAPS : ; • ' rC . ? • M ■ ' ; ■« fi n: -Ji ' . • !. fti " , !; - - ;» . } ' V !• :;v .■i-;. 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ELIZABETH PURKINS LOUISE MARABLE MARY L.WALTON SHIRLEY BRADLEY PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER- ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ; ' ■; JW , - K . ff - ■, (; •f-l: -A ; f . v •«!•. -m. ifi . -, ; • BASKETBALL Dorothy Thompson Alice Newland Elizabeth Brown OFFICERS Co-Captain Co-Captain Business Manager SQUAD Shirley Bradley Bagley Bragg Louise Burrus Margaret Fitts Ellen Frye Virginia Hoyle Helen Jones Christine Maher Louise Marable Elizabeth Nelson Dean Robinson Anne Seward Frances Schaof Ellen Scott Smith • 57 ' 4 li-i:kHiiA4-i - ELLEK SCO ' 7 SMITH HELEN JONES SrilRLEV BRADLEY DORIS HOWARD BA6LEY BRA66 BETSY NELSON BASKETBALL VARSITY f ■ v-3s;- i «i - -ii-i ' i HOCKEY DoHOTHY Thompson Mary Elizabeth Walton Margaret Moore Captain Manager Assistant Manager SQUAD Lucille Anderson Sara Blanton Shirley Bradley Betty G ' waltney Mary Holzbach Doris Howard Helen Jones Louise Marable Elizabeth Nelson Alice Newland Elizabeth Purkins Harriet Rady Ellen Scott Smith Louise Woodson 59 - ' -i - -« ' ■? -!.f. -■ -■ ' ■ SHlRlEV BRADLEY MARGARET MOORE SARA BlANTON HOCKEY VARSITY ■ :i-.-i- ' -i-;-;Vi vy U- i. ■.i. 4i-H. 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