Virginia Commonwealth University - Cobblestone Wigwam Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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Virginia Commonvv-uitii univariny wt v W mimmMm mmmmim m: i ' M S ££S i t ' ' m f € {■ ' j ; ?. ■i ' t ' - .: ' 5 s 4---ix.-i •tc - J .4V --Ai ..■X -.Bf ® fMOOHt nOUSiU Dvi ' m Mlfeffi£?i £t : ! - -: ' 48 THE 1948 M i( wam Elaine Wise Dr. Margaret Johnson Mary Caligari Editor-in-Chiej Advisor Assistant Editor RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY Dedicated . . . TO R. P. I. ' s THIRTIETH YEAR FROM ITS ONE ROOM IN I918 TO ITS TWENTY-ONE BUILD- INGS IN 1948 ... TO THE ADMINISTRATION, TO THE FACULTY, TO THE ALUMNI, TO THE STUDENTS OF THE RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE FOR NEVER-TIRING EFFORTS IN TEACHING, DIRECTING, CREATING, AND LEARN- ING ... TO THE GROWTH OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND OF THE SCHOOL OF WHICH ALL ARE A PART ... TO THE DEVELOP- MENT OF CITIZENS OF AMERICA AND OF COUNTRIES BEYOND HER BORDERS ... TO THE BRILLIANT PAST AND TO BRIGHT HOPES FOR AN ILLUSTRIOUS FUTURE ft-i -n lif Wj? li- - z, 4«: 4 -»» -r; -ii -i: f i ,• R. P. I. THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY THE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE THE SCHOOL OF ART THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SOCIOLOGY AND STATISTICS THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION THE DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION THE DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL LEADERSHIP THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK THE SCHOOL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND PHYSICAL THERAPY THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC THE SCHOOL OF GENERAL EDUCATION THE ENGINEERING DIVISION (In cooperation with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute) THE SCHOOL OF DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION ?:c ' r ■ Ac --.k .- ,U .-i a- - ' .- V; ' w T,.. y ■. V ; •( ; v . Our Faculty Dean Henry H. Hibbs A.B., Cumberland College, Kentucky; A.M., Brown University; Ph.D., Columbia University Dr. Margaret L. Johnson Administrative Assistant; Adviser to Women Students A.B., Barnard College; A.M. and Ph.D., Columbia University : »-J- -i-. -i A ' . •■ ■}.«. ;;l. ' -.i - c.,- - Faculty SuDiE Y. Beck Assistant Professor of English A.B., Phillips University; M.A., Olclahoma Agri- cultural and Mechanical College Maurice Bonds Assistant Professor of Art B.F.A., Richmond Professional Institute; M.A., Columbia University; Art Students ' League, New York Curt Bondy Associate Professor of Psychology Ph.D., University of Hamburg, Germany Virginia Bray Assistant Professor of Psychology i.A., Russell Sage College; M.A., Columbia University Pearl McD. Burford Associate Professor of Education B.S., M.A., Columbia University Myrtle E. Callahan Instructor in Secretarial Studies A.B,, Berea College Glen D. Casey Assistant Professor of Art A.B., Highlands University, Las Vegas, N. M., Art Students ' League, New York; LA., Teachers College, Columbia University Frances Chapman Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.S., LIniversity of Mississippi; LA., George Peabody College [10] Faculty Cordelia Cox Associate Professor oj Social Case JVork A.B., William and Mary; M.A., University of North Carolina Charles Craig, Jr. Instructor in Pipe Organ and Theory Fellow American Guild of Organists, New York City; Studied with Arthur Howes, Washington; Ernest Cosby, Richmond Marjorie Hall Crosby Instructor in Music B.A., University of West Virginia; M.A., Richmond Professional Institute John C. Cross Instructor in English B.A., University of Richmond; M.A., University of North Carolina jp ' _ 1 LV rA M.S., Alice Davis Associate Professor of Sociology Richmond School of Social Work; Ph.D., University of North Carolina Howard Hunter Davis Associate Professor of Economics A.B., University of Richmond; Ph.D., Johns- Hopkins University Florence English Instructor in Physical Education B..A., Hunter College; M.A., Columbia Universitv Doris E. Fales Chairman, Department of Biology and Chemistry A.B., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Western Reserve University; Ph.D., Yale University [11] ' »■, " ■• •.•■ ?. -.; ■.•,« -tA Faculty Robert L. Fields Assistant Professor of Music ' ■.$., State Teachers College, Mansfield, Pa.; M.A., Pennsylvania State College Charles Alfred Foster Associate Professor of Engineering B.S., M.S., irginia Polytechnic Institute lL i Helen Freas Instructor of Occupational Therapy Berea, Kentucky; Certificate, Richmond Professional Institute Winifred W. Haggart Instructor in Fashion Drawing and Illustration B.F.A., Syracuse University; M.F.A., University of Pennsylvania (Coordinated with Pennsylvania Academy of Fine .- rts) Robert R. Harrison Professor of Art B.F.. ., Wayne University; M.. ., University of Iowa Raymond T. Hodges Associate Professor of Dramatic Art B.S., Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania; M.A., Columbia University George Todd Kalif Director, Richmond School of Social Work B.A., Tulane University; Ph.D., Harvard Uni- versity; .M.S.VV., School of Social Work, Tulane University Mary Eugenia Kapp Associate Professor of Chemistry Universitv of North Carolina; .M.A., Duke A.B. sity; Ph.D., University of North Carolina [12] Faculty Natalie Kneeland Associate Professor of Distributive Education A.B., Vassar College; M.S., University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., Columbia University I. John Krepick Professor of Business Administration B.S., State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pa.; M.A., New York University Rosamond McCanless Librarian B.A., Converse College; B.S., University of North Carolina, Library Science; M.A., University of North Carolina Rosemary McMillan Associate Professor of Store Service Education B.A., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina Hazel Pettus Mundy Instructor in Costume Design and Clothing Construction Traphagan School of Fashion, New York, Mac- Dowell School of Costume Design Helen Frances Norton Assistant Professor of Distributive Education Certificate, Prince School of Store Service Edu- cation, Simmons College William Payne Assistant Professor of Music B.M., University of Texas; M.M., University of Michigan Theresa Pollak Faculty Chairman, Richmond School of Art B.S., Westhampton College; Professional Training, Art Students League of New York and Fogg Museum School, Harvard [13] Faculty Hannah Lee Reynolds Instructor in Distributive Education B.S., State Teachers College, Farmville, Va.; Certificate in Store Service, Richmond Professional Institute Helen Fill Rhodes Assistant Professor of Music Artist Diploma, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; European Study; Studied with Witherspoon Jompulsky Doris Clark Richardson Instructor in Distributive Education B.S., Richmond Professional Institute Mary Virginia Rigg Instructor in Dramatic Art .A., College of William and Mary; M.A., North- western University Albert Alan Rogers Assistant Professor of History .A., University of Richmond; B.S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia Bascom Joseph Rowlett, Jr. Instructor in Engineering ..S., in Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute Aileen Shane Associate Professor of Psychiatric Social Work A.B., Converse College; M.S.S., Smith College School of Social Work Volney Shepard Music, Director of Department B.. ., Washington State College; B.M., Chicago Musical College; M.M., Chicago Musical College [14 K -V » ■ »■■ Ac. ..-v.- .. u JiJ. . , . - i. •l. ... V . ♦: •ii -v : • » ' Faculty Roland Beatcher Smith Associate Professor of Journalism B.S., M.A., Ohio State University William H. Tolerton Associate Professor of Interior Decoration Graduate, Parsons School of Design; Paris AteHer, France Jane J. Vogeley Assistant Professor of Retailing B.S., Richmond Professional Institute Lois M. Washer Head, Department of Recreational Leadership i.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology; M.S. Wi liam and Mary School of Social Work David L. Wood Instructor in Sociology i.A., Presbyterian College; B.D., Columbia Uni- versity; Th.M., Princeton University Jacob W. Ziegler Assistant Professor of Business Administration B.A., M.B.A., New York University [15] Dean ' s House Gymnasium Music Building Administration Building [16] " ' . :■ ; " •■■•- A- - " ■ - v-J-: (Oufi glasses Senior Reception [18] ' «. % :«:• V- % •: »i: r ♦;: -vr. r: lIL Semi mm £k ass OFFICERS Harriet Richards President Alice Andrews Vice President Sue Hutzler Secretary Elaine Wise Treasurer Mr. X olney Shepard (not pictured) Sponsor Joan Movers Student Govertiment Representative Nancy Duggan Athletic Representative [19] Lucky Seniors Betty, Lillian, Btauiy, Jesse mid Carroll are returning for that last semester of classes [20] ♦ » « » » » . if- M !%:■ A-i- ek - x . ' .i . 1,- Vi ' u ♦,.. ; , »: ■■ W.W -V. ' - i ;-.!.;. - Betty Breckenridgf. Acker Bachelor of Science in Social Science Personality . . . does NOT knit! . . . energetic . . . prompt on assignments? . . activities leader . . . hates alarm clocks Jesse VV ' illiam Addisox II Bachelor of Science in Business Administration A Chesterfield and Cavalier . . . knows no strangers. . . holds offices admirably. . . at home on horseback Fraxcis Caroll Alexander Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Future department store executive. . . coop- erative. . . considerate . . . available car for field trips . . . grand person to know Seniors Alice Bassett Andrews Bachelor of Science in Social Science Cute as her Bunny nose . . . energetic office holder ... a true altruist . . . loves " the dance " Lillian Marie Baber Bachelor of Arts in Music .Accidental, Glee Club prexy . one love . . . " Well, I declare " . " Blue Moon, " insinceritv Betty Baxendell Certificate in Fashion Illustration Small in stature but not achievment . . . hard and conscientious worker . . . endearing per- sonality [21] ' We liked that one. How about playing another one., Evelyn and Laura., jor Joe, John and Byrd " Laura Barrett Boyles Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Pretty as a picture . . . good subject for husband photographer . . . fashion model . . . sunny- disposition Eunice Byrd Bradshaw Bachelor of Science in Social Science The gal who gets around ... a real beauty who not only is, but does . . . p et love golf John H. Bruce Bachelor of Science in Business Administrati Cheerful, conscientious and cooperative . . success in business Seniors Marjorie Farley Bruce Bachelor of Science in Social Science Lovely half of a favorite campus couple . intends to conduct a nursery school . . . perpetual dean ' s lister . . . Joseph Franklin Brugh Bachelor of Science in Social Science An amiable person . . . appreciates hometown, Montvale . . . statistics booster. ' LIniversity of Virginia devotee Evelyn Bullard Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Startling blue eyes . . . great sewing talent . . . scarf fan . . . Carolina jitterburg . . . likes Myrtle Beach hop [23] Dorm life! Blanche, Nell, and both Marys seem to be enjoying the " Bull Session ' L24] •• ■. sir; •!.: i t. ii- ■ . 4«- -li ' Phoebe Xell Burch Bachelor of Science in Social Science Tarheel . . . loves dogs and horses . . . " Oh, for pity ' s sake! " . . . Firebug? . . . sincere . . . Pres- ton ' s sidekick Mary Vincent Caligari Interior Decoration Diploma All ' round gal . . . always cheerful . . . con- scientiousness, understanding disposition . . . loves free time . . . interest in Latin America Blanche Leftvvich Carter Professional Certificate in fashion Illustration Active in Fashion Club . . . Canterbury Club council . . . reserved and dependable . . . easy to know . . . drawing, sewing Seniors Mary Chandler Certificate in Fashion Illustration " How tall is he? " . . . bangs and scissors go hand in hand . . . likeable . . . one of the threesome Claire Antoinette Clarke Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Phj ' sics booster? . . . dislikes fish. " You knov it, " gal. Chief delight — dancing and " Runt " . . friendlv and attractive Emmy Lou Coggeshall Bachelor of Fine Arts Loulou . . . summers at Chapel Hill . .per- fectionist . . . achieves goal ... a real Southern ladv . . . new fashions [25] ' ' " Well, it ' s true, " say Helen, Marian and Frances [20] . rX . -l t- J- - -- S -Ma i i .-J - .--, ._. ' ■- L,- •;_ •,. i . : -• ii--4.-:..ii Marian Elizabeth Collins Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Naturally curly hair . . . sweet . . . sincere . . . considerate ... a patient ' s delight . , .Loves sea food Helen Virginia Cooper Bachelor of Science in Social Science Artistic talents ... " Big Hi " for everyone . . . saucy retort: " What do you think. ' " . . . bub- bling enthusiasm Edwin Cotton Bachelor of Science in Social Science Well-known " Ed " . . . strong and winning smile . . . takes psychology seriously . . . active in class participation Seniors Mary Imogene Cowan Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama Spark plug of Theatre Associates . . . Hamlet ' s mother . . . " Winterset " . . . Efficient office holder . . . quiet, effective — " Still waters run deep. " . . . Frances Cox Bachelor of Fine Arts " Fan " . . . efficient . . . popular . . . full of zest . . . accomplished . . . drama good-will ambas- sador to . shland Florence Webber Dorothy Crane Bachelor of Science in Social Science Supersonic Dolly . . . always speeding to a new task . . . activity and efficiency amaze all . . . social work her aim [27] ' Archie " brought those smiles for Muriel, Joyce, Mary Ann, and Peggy [28] v. • . -•: ■■■■ ' ■;. ' sTt ■ ■jv--r. u LaNelle Mae Cross Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Talented modern dancer . . . sings, loves music . . . finds homework distasteful . . . byword: " GEE " ... Clyde — her eternal flame Margaret Marie Cunningham Bachelor of Science in Social Science Peggy . . . active Club member . . . loves and lives Lehigh . . . charming personality . . . dis- likes summer school, petty arguments Ann Deal Bachelor of Science in Laboratory Technology Teller of tall tales . . . attractive . . . works at Bon . ir during the summers ... ice skating lover Seniors Muriel Deng Bachelor of Fine Arts Stage designing her future . . . individualistic dresser . . . conscientious Theatre .Associates member. . . pet saying — " Quit Fool! " Green Mountain Plavhouse Mynne Joyce Dickson Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Joyce . . . good conversationalist . . . wonderful Williamsburg weekends . . . Bill her favorite Indian . . . " Marion, here I come. " Mary Ann DiPirro Bachelor of Science in Social Science Knitter ' s aid . . . unassuming . . . helpful dreamer . . . floors men . . . congenial . . . netic . . . that New England " A " [29] :»-.;i-d i w -i -f lA- Cturgt-, Ann, Jane, and Mary are " helping ' ' Mr. Bailey lock up [30] Mary Franklin Doom chdor of Science in Business Administration liable . . . efficient . . . calm and reserved . . . a friend to all ... sense of humor ancy Mae Duggan Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Party gal . . . cheerful giggles . . . dislikes long skirts, short men . . . action, music, day room addict Elizabeth Jane Dunkum Bachelor of Science in Chemical Technology " Jane " . . . " Those James River buses ... " phone calls galore . . . capable, scientific . . • obliging, alert, sparkling eyes . . . crisp white Laboratory coat Seniors Mary ' irgilia Eames Bachelor of Science in Medical Scarlett O ' Hara waist . . . flaxen trim and petite . . . abundant men . . Belle, Southern drawl George McNeil Earman technology Bachelor of Science in Business Administration tresses . . Scholarly . . . affable ... a Mosque fan . . . enjoys Southern theatre . . . loves the South . . . pastime — con- versing with girls . . . plans for M. X. Jean Ann Elberson Fashion Illustration Certificate Tall, Jersey blonde . . . strikingly different . easy to know . . . future Powers model . poise . . . Princeton admirer [31 J Winston, Peggy, and (jinny are doing some last minute cramming at The Drug [32] Virginia Courtney Ellis Bachelor of Science in Social Science Lo ' able, sunny disposition . . . nice to know . " REC " leadership . . . likes children, c likes insincere, gushing people Mabelle Winston Evans Bachelor of Science in Biological Technology Blue-eyed brunette . . . keenest campus wit . . . can ' t resist an opportunity to pun . . . diversity of interests Selena Pearl Evens Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education " Tina " . . . dimples, deep and pleasing . . altr listic . . . ever ready smile . . . wonderful dancer . . . " living so much fun " . . . Seniors Peggy Farrow Bachelor of Science in Social Science Variety is the spice of life . . . sings like a bird . . . versatile . . . friendlv . . . blue-eved blonde Mary Elizabeth Fazel Bachelor of Science in Social Science Quiet and sweet ... a registered O. T., loves butterscotch sundaes . . . hockey player . . . those lovely weekends! James Monroe Fish Bachelor of Science in Social Science Admirable determination to reach goals . . . mistrust for " bureaucratic system " . . . sense of humor . . . astounding vocabularv [33] U- ' i ?;i ' i -S. -U iA. Just having a snack at Etons are Reide, Jo Ann, Sunny, Preston, Helen and Sara L34] ' f ■•4« ' - -H . »■ - J ii- _ ..• 4, Floride Bott Fitchett Bachelor of Science in Social Science " Reide " . . . long, strident grace . . . shining ed ha . natural and frank . . . future ele- mentary school teacher Jo Ann Ellen Fitzgibbon Art Certificate New Englander who loves Boston and Holy Cross . . . fascinating . . . good looking . . . " many laughs and chuckles " Mary Preston Foote Bachelor of Science in Social Science Winning smile . . . hates Saturday classes . . cheerful people at breakfast . . . " Oh, rot! " . likes her satire . . . music, horses Seniors Helen Iona Frazier Bachelor of Science in Social Science Bubbles with enthusiasm . . . giggles ... a recre- ation major . . . personality plus . . . Wigwam worker . . . prompt . . . conscientious . . . bridge fiend Norma Lucille Gilmer Bachelor of Social Science in Statistics " Sunny ' s " apt as her nickname . . . statistics " major . . . has a diamond from Dave ... a doer in clubs Sara Vermillion Gilmer Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Good things. . . small packages . . . prospective retailing teacher . . . conscientious . . . quiet . . . sweet . . . nice to know . . . Tennessee transfer [35] Mickey, Norma, Helen, Carolyn, and Mary Jo hurry to lunch before they stop serving [36] ■ -ir; -t- ki - i, ii- Mary Jo Giustino Bachelor of Science in Social Science Gets a kick out of life . . . singing and dancing " among " her passions . . . " Get you Ella Mae " Carolyn Graves Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dramatic Art Enthusiastic worker in the theater associates . . . leading lady backstage . . . pleasant and helpful . . . bow and arrow fan . . . Mildred Ann Graves Diploma in Interior Decoration " Mickey " to her friends . . . interior decoration her main field . . . capable . . . enthusiastic theatre associate Seniors Elizabeth Louise Hammock Bachelor of Fine Arts " Dolly " . . . coffee urn patron . . . always en- tertaining . . . " trolls and chipmunks " . . . fri- volity and genius mixed . . . well-known Helen Hansard Bachelor of Science in Business Administration " Ugh, those first period classes " . . . Kentucky Derby fan . . . loves daiquiris . . . home is the Dominican Republic . . . Norma Elisa Hansard Bachelor of Science in Social Science The other half from the D. R. . . ever ready for hikes and picnics . . . chef . . . loves company [37] ir k-{f i V ■ ' yt■U X f ' :-:y Vi. .vi .- " That book is on reserve, ' ' says Miss McCanless to Dot as Martha and Margart-t :cait to rrtitrn their books [38 ■ ■■■ ; -i; ki --f ef- ■ .■;. 4«- J ' .«;« ' ..,V .tS .i : L; Dorothy Christine Heider Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Paints beautifully . . . likes interior decorating . . . neat . . . precise . . . naturally curly hair to be envied Margaret Gordon Henley Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Glee Club secretary . . . Accidental Club en- thusiast . . . " I ' ve forgotten something " . . . music her career . . . former Westhampton Collegian Donald Francis Hermes Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama Quiet and reserved ... an intellectual. Pet peeve — -girls " using their sex as a shrimping net " Seniors LiNDLEY BiNFORD HiLL Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Busiest man on campus . . . " ambition has no rest " . . . business major and handsome to boot . . . " Hi, Fellow I " Martha Field Holland Interior Decoration Certificate Popular and comely . . . unassuming big- heartedness . . . style galore . . . come on mail man . . . loves cokes, potato chips, chocolate bars Ruth Irene Holland Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Sweet . . . sympathetic . . . conscientious. . . gives a wonderful massage ... an ideal P. T. . . . fun [39] ' Put another di Liz, -Elaine, Sue and the three Anns are waiting to hear some music in the Day Room " [40] .S ' . ' -l ; .}.; if- 4, i .; . • ' ,■ Martha Elaine Horton Bachelor oj Science in Distributive Education Store service . . . that smile . . . Prescript adver- tising manager . . . Cotillion member . . . dis- tributors ' Club . . . ex-Marv Washington co-ed Sarah Elizabeth Howard Professional Certificate in Fashion Illustration " Huz " . . . R. P. I. ' s " new look " model . . . petite blonde . . . loves horses, dogs . . . riding a passion . . . fashion major Suzanne Hutzler Bachelor of Science in Social Science " Sweet Sue " was written about petite and pretty Suzie ... an extraordinary secretary . . . future education Seniors Lucy Ann Jackson Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Blonde and petite . . . habitual bridge player . . . dancing . . . always going somewhere . . . big eyes, beautiful hair Emily Anne Jarvis Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education . ' Amiable Ann . . . anticipates weekend trips . . . Culbertson fan . . . able leader . . . big booster of 908 . . . appreciates music . . . Anne L. Jurgens Bachelor of Fine Arts Charming and pretty as the music she plays . . . scrumptuous head of red hair ... a natural at the piano [41] ■t I- ' t-:¥-M- ■i-J:i i ' i -j«-U i;i Vi. -fc-Vi- There ' s a five-minute limit, Bitty Ann, and Bernie ' s icaiting. " Judy is using the house phone while Peggy sees if she has signed out Bernard Kastin Bachelor of Fine Arts Loves all types of music . . . riding fiend . . . brilliant student . . . plays Rachmaninoff like a master Margaret Dawson Kelley Bachelor oj Science in Business Administration Sure and an Irish lass . . . twinklin ' eyes and toes . . . Peggy puts her heart into her dance Betty Ann King Bachelor oj Science in Distributive Education Vivacious . . . neat . . . passion for shoes . . born leader with a capable mind . . . valued an sincere friend Seniors Judith Inge Koch Bachelor of Fine Arts " Judy " . . . the drama . . . active in theatre associates . . . cast of " The Man " . . . alumna Che " y Chase Junior College . . . versatile actress Helaine Virginia Labenberg Bachelor of Science in Social Science R. I. C. enthusiast . . . always ready for new ideas . . . well-informed . . . progressive . . . her presence adds zest Joan Marilyn Lane Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Laughing eyes — golden hair ... a friend always . . . poise personified. . . capable . . . intelligent . . . perfect lady . . . [43 J Reid gets approval from the Registrar while Ann, Cinny, Gene, and Dot zcaitfor their turns I 44] i ' - rif - .t Marjorie Gene Layne Bachelor of Science in Physical Education " Phys. Ed " major . . . tops in sports . . . always heard saying " mercy percy " . . . loves outdoors . . . peeve — short men Ann Elizabeth Lewis Bachelor of Science in Social Science The boys ' ideal . . . pretty is and pretty does, she ' s fun to know . . . likes her games Virginia Marion Lewis Bachelor of Social Science in Statistics Five-two, eyes blue . . . math whiz . . . literary flare . . . reputation for always having every pretty hair in place Seniors Leonard Reid Lovelace Bachelor of Science in Business Tarheel veteran . . . " 46 tennis captain . . . tall . . . silent . . . dependable . . . Wake Forest College . . . plans business career Janet Mary MacIvor Bachelor of Fine Arts " Hi, what ' cha doing? " . . . dark haired, blue-eyed Jack . . . peppy . . . roots for Navy . . Penn State . . . amiable and versatile Dorothy Mapp Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Party girl . . . heart of gold . . . curly hair . . . perfect secretary for any boss . . . ready smile [45] ' Lee, here s the one we ' re looking for ' — Katherine [46] Rosalie Block Marks Bachelor of Fine Arts Fine arts major . . . " Lee " . . . already teaches children to draw . . . mad passion is over her auto, " Dreamboat " Mary Sydney Martin Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy " Sid, " our girl in white ... ever helpful, willingness . . . oh, " Skip " . . . loads of mail gay moods Elizabeth Ann McDonald Certificate in Interior Decoration Can decorate a mean interior . . . decorates with her own exterior . . . particularly pretty hair . . . Seniors Margaret Louise Meeks Bachelor of Science in Social Science Sincere, conscientious student . . . social interest . . . competent book reviewer forum discussions work . likes Katherine Carper Metcalfe Bachelor of Science Always cheerful ... an ex-VVave . . . doesn ' t mind studying . . . future medical secretary . . . has nurse ' s training . . . friendly . . . Margaret Louise Michael Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy ' Mike " . . . candid . . . " it ' s just not logical " . . sparkling eyes reflect jolliness . . . agreeable and friendly . . . loves cooking [47] •f i-i ' ' ■t- iM- ' - ' f- ' iAh Vt- ' h-fi . ii. i Ci What, no hunuivork tonight! Nancy, Peggy, Joan, and Margaret go to the Lc [48] ■ar-iv-.li i»- Nancy Moore Miller Certificate in Interior Decoration Interior decorator lover . . . Cotillion . . . piano . . . merry and cheerful . . . third front Founders . . . tarheel booster . . . Joan Moyers Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Her blue-eyed men are " purely platonic " . . Jo to her friends. . . inviting laughter . . . Ohi( bound . . . Lethia Traylor Nichols Bachelor of Science in Social Science Knitting addict . . . long slender hands . . . nails from a Chen Yu ad . . . fun with children Seniors Margarite Anne Opolos Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Efficient and poised . . . got her wagon to a star . . . ambitious . . . optimistic . . . varied interests . . . easily remembered Anne Carter Ossman Bachelor of Social Science Gracious minister ' s wife . . . thinks all mothers should go to college when they ' re forty . . . has three children Margaret Anne Pate Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy " Peggy " . . . reser -ed . . . scientific . . . intel- ligence personified . . . career gal . . . great lab partner . . . admirable dorm leader . . . success- ful therapist [49] Who plays by rule? Monie, Mollie, Piimmy, and Dickie are having a big bridge game as Roz and Ginny look on [50] MoLLiE Winston Pearson Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology Loves Founder ' s front parlor . . . that man . . . amiability . . . night owl . . . big, beautiful eyes Virginia Lee Penn Bachelor of Fine Arts Tall, good-looking gal . . . came to us from Mary Washington . . . multi-men . . . hates disorder . . . how she loves " Malaguena " Margaret Elizabeth Prentice Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education " Monie " . . . bridge player . . . easy to get along with . . . sense of humor . . . Charlottes- ville correspondent . . . loves Marion, Va. Seniors Mary Rosalind Retzer Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Good-looking Illinois girl . . . efficient, smart ... really going places . . . ever ready to help others . . . very versatile Emily Ann Rice Bachelor of Science in Social Science Personality abounding . . . great big, beautiful eyes . . . loves oysters . . . enticing giggles, im- pish grin ... V. P. L . . . school activities . . . Pummy Harriet Rooker Richards Bachelor of Fine Arts Gracious senior prexy . . . likes bridge . . cokes . . . hard worker . . . modern art fiend . . Dickie hates disorder [51] Classes III the ' J . P. I . Building jor Jean, Sue, Judy, Bill and Mary [52] Jean AIarcia Riddle Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Tarheel born and tarheel bred . . . spontaneous personality . . . versatile . . . that bandbox look . . . well known Dark, brush Mary Seay Roberts Bachelor of Fine Arts • hair . . . wields a wicked paint able House President . . . whiz at basketball . . , William H. Robinson, Jr. Bachelor of Science in Pre-Social Work Long, tall Bill . . . heading towards social work . . . beaming smile . . . always a kind word . . . puts theories to work Seniors Vera Ruth Rosenberg Bachelor of Fine Arts Painting her passion . . . " — but gee, he has a convertible " . . . helpful hand always extended . . . vivacious . . . Alma Judith Schapiro Bachelor of Science in Social Science Admired for frankness . . . beautiful style . . . still at large . . . just Judy . . . laughs in every key Mary Sue Searcy Interior Decoration Effervescent personality . . . wit and wisdom . . . perfect come-backs . . . shouting tarheel . . . always agreeable . . . efficient house council member [53] •- ■•t i- ' i ' ■»4i ' »-! -U ' iii:i i -i»-U ii-Af vi.; .y.---i. " i?. P. . " " Hello. " " Whom do you want to speak to? " " Her schedule ' s in that file. " ' ' Yes, someone has found it. " Questions and answers in Mrs. Gordons office — also Sue, Nancy, Connie and Jnn [54] Nancy Carrington Simrill Bachelor of Science in Social Science Gracious and sincere . . . active club member . . . southern vivacity and charm . . . " Nancy with the laughing face " Constance Hatke Stanley Bachelor of Science in Social Science Aquacade star . . . dives a beautiful swan give her a sport and she will excel . . . lo counselloring Anne jMarie Sullivan Bachelor of Science in Social Science Endowed with intelligence . . . voguery and humor . . . serious ambition in psychology . . . Dr. Bondy ' s " right arm " Seniors Phyllis Alfriend Taylor Bachelor of Science in Social Science Pleasant . . . reserved manner . . . good student . . . listens to lectures with interest . . . sweet disposition Suzanne Margaret Thornton Bachelor of Fine Arts Radiant . . . speaking voice . . . attractive on and off stage . . . grace in movement . . . joy in theatre associates Betty Wyatt Vint Bachelor of Science in Social Science Pretty blonde with brains . . . psychology major . . . heading for a master ' s degree next . . . spifFy dresser [55] ' Ginny, hold it for us, too, " as Pat and Miriam zvait for Ann to have her drink [56] Mary Patricia Wall Bachelor of Fine Arts Witof the Irish . . . bountiful pep . . . med students " . . . art for art ' s sake . . Southerners " Miriam Adeline Wells Bachelor of Science in Business Administration ' Those Easy on the eyes . . . Pat her future . . . . " you fashionable . . . pleasing disposition . . . " Rah! no more term papers " . . . Anne Seymour Welton Bachelor of Science in Social Science Conscientious . . . dignified . . . helpful perfect Meredith House President ... A future Navv wife ... a real friend . . Seniors Loretta Widder Bachelor of Science in Social Science Epitomy of poise and graciousness ... all those letters from Harvard . . . high ideals . . . intelligent conversationalist Jean Garland Wilson Bachelor of Science in Social Science Hails from St. Mary ' s . . . energy plus . . . " Rec " major . . . third finger, left hand sparkles ... a great friend Mary Virginia Williams Bachelor of Science in Social Science " Ginny " , . . she ' s lovely, she ' s engaged . . . infectious giggle . . . scintillating . . . refreshing [57] :»-U-!. ' :hVi-h-if- y ' ;- i;i ' ?4?i4- ' .-i At last! Caps, goivns and all — Chuck and Elaine scc tlw mic ' S class link [58] fitmimi Virginia Ann Williams Bachelor oj Science in Physical Therapy All around personality . . . identification . . . pet saying, " who do? " . . . Mary Washington alumna . . . dislikes straight hair . . . appre- ciates tattooed men Elaine Wise Bachelor of Science in Social Science Our very capable Wigwam editor . . . witty . . . bright . . . charming intelligentsia . . . admirable leader . . . small but sooo mighty Earl Wood Bachelor of Science in Social Science " Chuck " . . . our able Student Government prexy . . . friend to all . . . credit to his cult . . . reliable counselor . . . party boy Seniors [59] Senior Awards Scholarship Ann Sullivan Margaret Meeks Leadership Byrd Bradshaw Earl Wood Music Helen Briesmeister (Not Pictured) Bernard Kastin Advertising Art Charlotte Fowler Costume Design Norma Jackson (Not Pictured) Dramatic Art Imogene Cowan Fine Art Irving Cordel Whitehead (Not Pictured) Interior Decoration Martha Holland [60] ; » ' , : ' H! - -H - vi Senior Directory BETTY BRECKENRIDGE ACKER SINGERS GLEN, VIRGINIA Theatre Associates, ' 44- ' 45; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48, Treasurer, ' 47- ' 48; Proscript Staff, ' 47- ' 48; Wigwam Photographic Staff, ' 47- ' 48 ALICE BASSETT ANDREWS 131 College Avenue DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, ' 44- " 48; Modern Dance Club, ' 45- ' 48; Canterbury Club, ' 47- ' 48; Vice President of the Senior Class JESSE W. ADDISON, II Mason Street SMITHFIELD, VIRGINIA Minority Club, ' 45- ' 46; International Relations Club, " 45- ' 48 Treasurer; Canterbury Club, ' 46- " 48; Business, ' 46- ' 48; Riders ' , ' 47- ' 48; Student Government Association, " 47- ' 48; House President, ' 47- ' 48; Honor Council, ' 47- ' 48; Tennis Team, ' 46 LILLIAN MARIE BABER 2923 Monument Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Virginia Intermont, ' 46; Glee Club, ' 46- ' 48; Accidental Club, ' 46-48 FRANCIS CAROLL ALEXANDER GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Mitchell Junior College, ' 44- " 46; Distributors ' Club, ' 47- ' 48; Business Administrators, ' 46- ' 47 BETTY BAXENDELL 229 Defence Avenue SANDSTON, VIRGINIA LAURA BARRETT BOYLES 914 W. 31st Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Glee Club, ' 44- ' 47; Cheerleader, ' 44- ' 45; Distributors ' Club, ' 44- ' 46; Proscript Reporter, ' 46- ' 47 MARJORIE FARLEY BRUCE 527 Northside Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Hockey Team, i938- " 39; Literary Club, i946- ' 48; The Journal, i946- ' 48, Essay Editor, ' 47- ' 48; International Relations Club, i946- ' 47 EUNICE BYRD BRADSHAW LAUREL, VIRGINIA Glee Club, ig44- ' 48; Student Government Treasurer, i945- ' 46; Secretary, i946- ' 47; Vice President, i947- ' 48; President, Freshman Class, i944- ' 45; Secretary, Sophomore Class, i945- ' 46 JOSEPH FRANKLIN BRUGH MONTVALE, VIRGINIA International Relations Club, ' 47 JOHN W. BRUCE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA EVELYN BULLARD NORTH CAROLINA Transfer: Greensboro College, ' 44- ' 46; Distributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; President, ' 46- ' 47 PHOEBE NELL BURCH Mountain Park NORTH CAROLINA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Theatre Associates, ' 44- ' 45; Booster ' s Club, ' 44- ' 45; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 4S- ' 46; Riders ' Club, ' 47- ' 48 MARY VINCENT CALIGARI 4814 Colonial Avenue NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Dunbarton College, Washington, D. C, Interior Decora- tion Club, ' 47- ' 48; Student Government Representative, ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Art Students League, ' 46- ' 48, May Day Week-End Chairman, ' 47, House President, ' 48; House Council, ' 48; Wigwam Photographic Staff, Student Government Representative, ' 47- ' 48; Newman Club, ' 46- ' 48; Wigwam Photographic Editor, ' 48 BLANCHE LEFTWICH CARTER Box 27 CHATHAM, VIRGINIA Madison College, i944- ' 45; Glee Club, i946- ' 47,- Can- terbury Club, ' 46- ' 48; Advisory Council, ' 46; Fashion Club, Vice President, ' 46- ' 48 MARY CHANDLER 508 Phelps Drive RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA W. C. U. N. C, ' 44- ' 45; Blackstone Junior College, ' 45- ' 46; Fashion Club, ' 46- ' 48, Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48 CLAIRE ANTOINETTE CLARKE 1512 Avondale Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Physical Therapy Club, 1946-1947, State Teachers Col- lege, Farmville, Virginia, September, 1946 EMMY LOU COGGESHALL " Oak Ridge " DARLINGTON, SOUTH CAROLINA Stratford College, ' 44- ' 45, Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Com- mercial Art Club, ' 45- ' 48 MARIAN ELIZABETH COLLINS, 1 85 1 Berkely Avenue PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Newman Club, ' 45- ' 48; Physical Therapy, ' 47- ' 48; House Council, ' 47- ' 48; Basketball, ' 4S- ' 46; Transfer: Dunbarton College, ' 44- ' 45 HELEN VIRGINIA COOPER 449 N. Braddock Street WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA Canterbury Club. ' 46- ' 47; I. C. C, ' 43- ' 45; International Relations Club, ' 42- ' 48; Theatre Associates, ' 42- ' 43; Art Students League, ' 42- " 43 ; Therpaies, ' 43- ' 46; Cotillion Club ' 42- ' 47; Proscript, ' 42- ' 43, Assistant Art Editor EDWIN COTTON CHUCKATUCK, VIRGINIA MARY IMOGENE COWAN ELLERSON, VIRGINIA Theatre Associates, l946- ' 47, President; Student Govern- ment Representative, i947- ' 48; Transfer: Westhampton College, Richmond, Virginia, 1946 FRANCIS COX 204 Howard Street ASHLAND, VIRGINIA Theatre Associates, ' 47- ' 48, Transferred: Mary Washing- ton College, i944- ' 47 FLORENCE WEBBER DOROTHY CRANE International Relations Club, ' 46- ' 48 Secretary; Canter- bury Club, ' 46- ' 48; Treasurer Journal, ' 46- ' 48; Business Manager [61] Senior Directory LANELLE MAE CROSS 5221 Parker Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Theatre Associates, 1944; Glee Club, 1945-1946; Modern Dance, l945- ' 47i Junior Marshall, i946- ' 47 MARGARET MARIE CUNNINGHAM 216 Warren Square BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; House Council Treasurer, ' 44- ' 46; Newman Club, ' 44-48; Porpoise Club, ' 45- ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 47- ' 48 ANN DEAL 303 South Boulevard RICHMOND, VIRGINIA William and Mary College, 1944 MURIEL DENO BANTAM, CONNECTICUT Modern Dance Group, ' 45- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Art Students League, ' 44- ' 45; Theatre Associates, ' 45- ' 48 MYNNE JOYCE DICKSON 711 White Avenue KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Marion College, ' 46; Distributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; Athletic Council, ' 47- ' 48 MARY ANN DIPIRRO II Washington Street WELLESLEY HILLS, MASSACHUSETTS Newman Club, ig44- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Interna- tional Relations Club, ' 44- ' 48 MARY FRANKLIN DOOM ATLANTA, GEORGIA NANCY MAE DUGGAN ELLERSON, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Athletic Association, ' 44- ' 48, Secretary, ' 46, Vice President, ' 48; Junior Class Secretary, ' 46- ' 47; Freshman Class Representative, " 44- ' 45; Sopho- more Class Representative, ' 45- ' 46; Swimming, Manager, Captain, ' 45- ' 47; Hockey, ' 44- ' 46; Basketball, ' 45- ' 48 ELIZABETH JANE DUNKUM Oak Street DILLWYN, VIRGINIA Glee Club, ' 44- " 48; Mixed Chorus, ' 47- ' 48; Cotillion, ' 45- ' 48; Wigwam, ' 44- ' 46; Snapshot Editor, ' 45- ' 46; B. S. U. Council, ' 47- ' 48; Mary Washington Summer School, ' 44 MARY VIRGILIA EAMES PROVIDENCE FORGE, VIRGINIA Farmvillc State Teachers College; Cotillion Club, 1947- ' 48 " GEORGE McNEIL EARMAN MCDOWELL, VIRGINIA Administrators Club, l946- ' 47; Transfer: Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia, i942- ' 43 JEAN ANN ELBERSON 240 High Street MOUNT HOLLY, NEW JERSEY Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48, President, ' 47- ' 48, Treasurer, ' 46- ' 47; Art Students Club, ' 46- ' 48, ' ice President; House Council, ' 46- ' 47; Occupational Therapy Club, " 44- ' 45 VIRGINIA COURTNEY ELLIS 3510 Enslow Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Literary Club, ' 46- " 47 MABELLE WINSTON EVANS 3220 Garland Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Sophomore Class Vice President, ' 45- ' 46; Literary Club Vice President, ' 46- ' 48; The Journal Editor, i946- ' 47. Poetry Editor, ' 47- ' 48; Wigwam, i945- ' 46, i947- ' 48. Feature Staff; Baptist Student Union, i947- ' 48. Reporter SELENA PEARL EVENS 131 North nth Street PULASKI, VIRGINIA Madison College, " 44- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Dis- tributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 46- " 47; Wigwam Feature Staff, ' 47- ' 48 PEGGY FARROW NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA Madison College, ' 44- ' 45; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Glee Club, ' 46- ' 48; Riding Club, ' 47- ' 48; Convocation Rep- resentative, ' 48 MARY ELIZABETH FAZEL 332 Sycamore Street PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Therpies Club, ig43- ' 44; Treasurer, i944- ' 4;. Publicity Manager, 1945-46; Hockey Team, 1943; International Relations Club, 1947-1948 JAMES MONROE FISH 2 W. Franklin Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA International Relations Club, ' 44- ' 48; Minority Club, ' 44- ' 46 FLORIDE BOTT FITCHETT 826 W. Princess Anne Road Norfolk, Virginia Queens College, Cotil lion Club, 1945, ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 47- ' 48 JO ANN ELLEN FITZGIBBON 178 South Main Street WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Saint Joseph College, i944- ' 46; Art Student ' s League, ' 46- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Newman Club, ' 46- ' 48; Vice President, ' 47- ' 48; House Council Senior Representa- tive, ' 47- ' 48 MARY PRESTON FOOTE MILTON, NORTH CAROLINA Peace College; Cotillion Club, ' 47- ' 48 HELEN lONA FRAZIER ST. CHARLES, VIRGINIA Cotillion, ' 46- ' 48; Wigwam Staff, ' 47- ' 48; Virginia Inter- ment College, ' 44- ' 46 NORMA LUCILLE GILMER 1236 Warren Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Glee Club, i944- ' 46; Proscript, i944- ' 45; Associate Editor, i945- ' 46. Literary Club, i946- ' 48. Cheerleader, i945- ' 46, Head Cheerleader, i946- ' 47; Cotillion Club, i946- ' 48 [62] ■■ .. ' ■ ;• .».: . - v i ii- Senior Directory SARA VERMILLION GILMER LEBANON, VIRGINIA Distributors ' Club, 1946-1947, 1947-1948; Transfer: University of Tennessee, 1946 MARY JO GIUSTINO 275 Santee Street ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Transfer: Cazenovia Junior College, ' 44- ' 46; Newman Club, ' 46- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Art Students League, ' 46- ' 48 CAROLYN GRAVES 805 Franklin Street LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Athletic Association, ' 44- ' 46; Archery Manager, ' 44- ' 45; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Theatre Associates, ' 44- ' 48; Treasurer, ' 45; President, ' 46 MILDRED ANN GRAVES 805 Franklin Street LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Interior Decoration, ' 46- ' 48; Vice President, ' 47; Presi- dent, ' 46; Theatre Associates, ' 44- ' 48; Art Student League, ' 44- ' 48; Presiding Officer, ' 46- ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48 ELIZABETH LOUISE HAMMOCK LAWRENCEVILLE, VIRGINIA Stratford Junior College; Fine Arts Club, ' 45- ' 48 HELEN HANSARD Ciudad Trujillo REPUBLICA DOMINICANA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Spanish Club, ' 45- ' 46, Booster Club, ' 44- ' 46, Administrators Club, " 47- ' 48; Canterbury Club, ' 46- ' 48 NORMA ELISA HANSARD Ciudad Trujillo REPUBLICA DOMINICANA House Council, ' 44- ' 45; Spanish Club, ' 45- ' 46; Canter- bury Club, ' 47- " 48; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48 DOROTHY CHRISTINE HEIDER 3402 Florida Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Madison College, ' 44- ' 45; Interior Decoration Club, ' 46- ' 47; Distributors ' Club, ' 47- ' 48 MARGARET GORDON HENLEY MANAKIN, VIRGINIA Westhampton College, ' 43; Accidental Club, ' 45- ' 48; Glee Club, ' 46- ' 48, Secretary DONALD FRANCIS HERMES BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA Theatre Associates, 1946-1948; Goodman Theatre of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1940-1942 LINDLEY BINFORD HILL 2206 West Grace Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Fork Union Military Academy; Veterans Club, i946- ' 47; Business Club, 1947 MARTHA FEILD HOLLAND 177 Park Street STATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Mitchell College; Cotillion Club, i945- ' 48; Art Students ' League, ' 45; Canterbury Club, ' 47- ' 48 RUTH IRENE HOLLAND OLIN, NORTH CAROLINA Berry College, Georgia, ' 44- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Physiotherapy Club, ' 46- ' 48; President, ' 46- ' 47 MARTHA ELAINE HORTON loii West Franklin Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Mary Washington College, i944- ' 45; Cotillion Club, 1945- ' 48; Distributors ' Club, 1945—48; Proscnpt, I946- ' 47 SARAH ELIZABETH HOWARD PULASKI, VIRGINIA Virginia Intermont College, ' 45- ' 46; House Council, Sopho- more Representative, ' 45- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Art Student League, ' 45- ' 48; Riders ' Club, ' 47- ' 48 SUZANNE HUTZLER 2810 Monument Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Freshman Class Vice President, ' 44- ' 45; International Relations Club, i946- ' 48; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, i944- ' 45; Cotillion Club, i944- ' 45; Spanish Club, i94S- ' 46, Secretary-Treasurer; Sophomore Representa- tive to May Court, ' 46, Literary Club, ' 46, Secretary, ' 47- ' 48; Senior Class Secretary LUCY ANN JACKSON AMELIA, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, i944- ' 48 EMILY ANNE JARVIS MOYOCK, NORTH CAROLINA Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Distributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; Secretary, ' 47- ' 48; Student Government Council, House President, ' 46- ' 47; Athletic Association, ' 46- ' 48; Transfer: Greensboro College, ' 44- ' 46 ANNE L. JURGENS BON AIR, VIRGINIA BERNARD KASTIN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK MARGARET DAWSON KELLEY 3516 East Broad Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA International Relations Club, i944- ' 45; Cotillion Club, i944- ' 45; Modern Dance, i945- ' 48 BETTY ANN KING 211 E. Holston Avenue JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE Transfer from East Tennessee State College, ' 46; Dis- tributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; Student Government Representa- tive, ' 47- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 47 " ' + JUDITH INGE KOCH 4039 Midlothian Turnpike RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Chevy Chase junior College, ' 46- ' 47; Theatre Associates, •46- ' 48 HELAINE VIRGINIA LABENBERG 221 North Boulevard RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Intercollegiate Council, i946- ' 48; International Relations Club, ' 47- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 45 [63] Senior Directory JOAN MARILYN LANE GORHAM, NEW YORK Distributors ' Club, ' 6- ' S; Transfer: Marion College, ' 46 MARJORIE GENE LAYNE 3123 Cliff Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Athletic Association, i945- ' 48; Treasurer, ' 45; President, ' 46- ' 47 ANN ELIZABETH LEWIS 1839 Westover Avenue PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Canterbury Club, ' 47- ' 48; Transfer: St. Mary ' s Junior College VIRGINIA MARION LEWIS 1803 Elmsmere Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA International Relations Club, i946- ' 48; Proscripl, 1946; Associate Editor, 1946; Literary Club Secretary, ' 46- ' 47; President, ' 47- ' 48 LEONARD REID LOVELACE CANTON, NORTH CAROLINA JANET MARY MacIVOR 1350 South Shore Drive ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA Edinboro State Teachers College; Key Club, ' 44; Y. W. C. A., ' 44- ' 46; Edinboro Players, ' 44- ' 46 Transfer: DOROTHY MAPP EXMORE, VIRGINIA Madison College, ' 44- ' 46; Cotil ' 46- ' 48 Clut ROSALIE BLOCK MARKS 3300 Kensington Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Spanish Club, 1944; Cotillion Club, i944- ' 46; Art Students League, i945- ' 46 MARY SYDNEY MARTIN 303 South Division Street SALISBURY, MARYLAND Virginia Intermont; Physical Therapy Club, i947- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 48 ELIZABETH ANN McDONALD Hopkins Road, Box 488 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Newman Club, i944- ' 48; Art Students League, i944- ' 48; Interior Decoration Club, i946- ' 48; Cotillion Club, 1947- ' 48 MARGARET LOUISE MEEKS 706 North Davis Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Memphis State College, ' 46; Prescript, ' 46- ' 47 KATHERINE CARPER METCALFE 107 FrankHn Street BLUEFIELD, VIRGINIA Administrators Club, ' 46- ' 47; Lost Battalion, ' 46- ' 47; Radford State Teachers College, and Medical College of Virginia MARGARET LOUISE MICHAEL 4324 Garrison Street, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. American University, Physical Therapy Club, ' 47; Journal. ' 46. ' 47 NANCY MOORE MILLER Taylorsville Road STATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, 1946; Cotillion Club, i946- ' 48; Interior Decoration Club, l946- ' 48 JOAN MOYERS NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA Madison College, ' 44- ' 45; Distributors ' Club, ' 46- ' 48; Parliamentarian, ' 48; Senior Representative Student Government Association, ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48 LETHIA TRAYLOR NICHOLS 5200 Evelyn Byrd Road RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Marjorie Webster, ' 44- ' 45; St. Mary ' s Junior College, ' 45- ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48 MARGARET ANNE OPOLOS 422 West 34th Street NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Stratford Junior College; L ' niversity of Maryland; Cotillion Club, i947- ' 48; Distributors ' Club, ' 47- ' 48; Canterbury Club, ' 47- ' 48 ANNE CARTER OSSMAN 4507 Cutshaw Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA International Relations Club, i946- ' 47 MARGARET ANNE PATE 510 E. Mulberry Street GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 47- ' 48; Athletic Association, ' 46- ' 47- " 48; Physical Therapy, ' 46- ' 47- ' 48; Swimming Team, ' 46- ' 47- ' 48; House President, ' 47- ' 48; Transfer: Penn Hall Junior College MOLLIE WINSTON PEARSON DILLWYN, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, i944- ' 47; Wigwam Staff, ' 45 VIRGINIA LEE PENN SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA Mary Washington College of the L ' niversity of Virginia; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Fine Art Club, ' 46- ' 48, President, ' 47- ' 48; Glee Club, ' 47- ' 48 MARGARET ELIZABETH PRENTICE 1427 Junction Avenue RACINE, WISCONSIN Marion Junior College; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 48; Distribu- tive Education Club, ' 46- ' 48 MARY ROSALIND RETZER HARDIN, ILLINOIS Distributors ' Club, i944- ' 48; Girls ' Glee Club, ' 45 EMILY ANN RICE 27 West Main Street SALEM, VIRGINIA Proscript, ' 45- ' 48; Student Government, ' 47- ' 48; Riders ' Club, ' 47- ' 48; Wigwam, ' 47- ' 48; Literary Club, ' 47- ' 48, International Relations Club, ' 45- ' 48; Intercollegiate Council, ' 44- ' 45; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Roanoke College Summer School, ' 47 [64] ■ -i « ■ -• ii- ■ •■ ' , 4i Senior Directory HARRIET ROOKER RICHARDS 28 Las Vegas ORINDA, CALIFORNIA Fine Art Group, i944- ' 47; President, ' 45- ' 46, Publicity Chairman, ' 44, Senior Class President, Junior Class Vice President, Athletic Association Historian, " 44- ' 46; Cotil- lion Club, ' 44- ' 47, International Relations Club, ' 46- ' 47, Varsity Tennis, Hockey Teams, " 44, ' 45 JEAN MARCIA RIDDLE 704 S. Tillery Street ROCKY MOUNT, NORTH CAROLINA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; D. E. Club, ' 46- ' 48; Student Government Representative, ' 47; Junior Class Representa- tive, ' 47 MARY SEAY ROBERTS 85 Cherokee Road HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Athletic Association, ' 45- ' 46- ' 47- ' 48; House Representa- tive; Cotillion Club, ■44- ' 48; Fine Arts Club, ' 46- " 47, Student Government. ' 47- ' j.8, House President, ' 47- ' 48; Basketball Team, ' 44- " 48 WILLIAM H. ROBINSON, Jr. 2300 Monument Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Richmond Intercollegiate Council Executive Committee, 1946 ERA RUTH ROSENBERG 340 E. 42d Street PATERSON, NEW JERSEY .Art Students League, ' 44- ' 48; Fine Arts Club, ' 44- ' 48; International Relations Club, ' 44- ' 48; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Riding Club, ' 48; Wigwam Art Staff, ' 48 ALMA JUDITH SCHAPIRO 925 Harrington Avenue NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Norfolk Division of William and Mary; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; International Relations Club, ' 46- ' 48; Student Government Representative, " 47; Junior Class President, ' 46- ' 47; Junior .Marshal MARY SUE SEARCY VALDISE, NORTH C.AROLIN. Queens College, " 43- ' 46; Interior Decorator Club. ' 46- ' 48; House Council Member, ' 47- ' 48 NANCY CARRINGTON SIMRILL YORK, SOUTH CAROLINA Chevy Chase Junior College; Intercollegiate Council, i947- ' 48; International Relations Club, ' 47- ' 48; House Council Vice President, ' 48; Student Government, ' 48 CONSTANCE HATKE STANLEY St. Joseph ' s Villa RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Womans A. A., ' 47- ' 48 ANNE MARIE SULLIVAN 3305 West Grace Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 44- ' 46, E.xecutive Council; Proscript, ' 4;- ' 46, Editor, Literary Club, ' 46- ' 48, President; International Relations Club, Vice President, ' 47, President, ' 48; Journal, " 46- ' 48, Editor; Wigwam Staff, ' 46- ' 48; Student Government, ' 46- ' 48, Proscript and Wigwam Representative PHYLLIS ALFRIEND TAYLOR 2914 Hanes Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA SUZANNE MARGARET THORNTON 3 504 ' 2 Park Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Wigwa.m Staff, ' 44- ' 45; Modern Dance, ' 44- ' 48; Proscript, ' 45- ' 46; Theatre .Associates. ' 44- ' 48 BETTY WYATT VINT 4305 W. Franklin Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Cotillion Club, I947- ' 4S; Literary Club, i947- " 48; Transfer: Hoilins, Westhampton, 1946 MARY PATRICIA WALL 44 Early Street WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK Xewman Club, i944- ' 48; Fine .Arts Club, " 44- ' 48; House Council, ' 47 MIRIAM ADELINE WELLS 66 Academy Street C.ANTON, NORTH CAROLINA Cotillion Club, " 44- " 48, House Council Freshman Repre- sentative, ' 45- ' 46; Administrators Club, ' 46- ' 48; Boosters ' Club, ' 45 ANNE SEYMOUR WELTON MOOREFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA -Madison College, ■44- ' 45; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 46; Presi- dent of Meredith House, ' 47- " 48 LORETTA WIDDER One Summer Street FOREST HILLS, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK Proscript, ' 44- ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 48; Wigwajii, ' 45- ■48; Feature Editor, ' 48; Literary Club, ' 46- ' 48, Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 44- ' 47; Spanish Club, ' 45- ' 46 JEAN GARLAND WILSON 600 Prince Henry Avenue HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA St. Mary ' s; Canterbury Club, ' 47 MARY VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Farmville State Teacher ' s College, Marion Junior College; Cotillion Club, 1946-1947 VIRGINIA ANN WILLIAMS 4814 Grove Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Physical Therapy, i946- ' 47; Transfer: Mary Washington, 1946 ELAINE WISE 3818 Harrison Street, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. International Relations Club, ' 45- ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 48; Tennis Team, ' 46- ' 47; Senior Class Treasurer; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 47- " 48; Wigwam, Feature Staff, ' 46, Editor-in-Chief, ' 47- ' 48; Transfer: Western College for Women, ' 46 EARL WOOD ORANGE, VIRGINIA President Student Government, ' 47- ' 48; Trainer for Bas- ketball Team, ' 47- ' 48; Minority Club, President, ' 4 - ' 46, Lost Battalion, President, ' 46- ' 47; Junior Class Treasurer, ' 46- ' 47, President, Virginia, West irginia Region, Na- tional Student Organization, ' 46- ' 47; V arsity Basketball, ' 45- ' 46; Varsity Tennis, ' 46- ' 4S, International Relations Club, V ice President, ' 46- ' 47; Proscript, Sports Editor, ' 45- ' 46; Journal, Business Manager, ' 46- ' 47 [651 The m i Link [66] M unm Class OFFICERS Nancy Taylor President Reid Limerick Vice President Jacqueline Gaines Secretary Lola May Shiflett Treasurer Dr. Howard H. Davis Sponsor [67] Juniors DORA REVA ABRAMSON Richmond, Virginia AVLON CONWELL ANDERSON Richmond, Virginia PENELOPE ATWOOD ATKINS Clinton, North Carolina GENE GOODE ATKINSON Emporia, Virginia LOTHAINE ANNE BARLOGA Arlington, Virginia JANICE LEAH BATTEN PiKEviLLE, Kentucky RUDOLPH OSWALD BERGER, Jr. Richmond, Virginia JUDY L. BINDER Newport News, Virginia SARAH KENT BLAKEMORE Emory, Virginia CHARLOTTE BUTLER Orange, Virginia BETTY FAY BYRD Portsmouth, Virginia VIRGINIA M. CALISCH Richmond, Virginia PATTIE GAY CARTER Weldon, North Carolina CASSIA MIRIAM CHOVITZ Portsmouth, Virginia JAY ELIZABETH COFFEY Roanoke, Virginia [68] Juniors DOROTHY JEAN COLTRANE Archdale, North Carolina VIRGINIA MOSS CORPEXING Newton, North Carolina LOIS DANKEL Poland, Ohio ISABEL SUE DICKEN Richmond, V ' irginia BARBARA JEAN DILLON Goldsboro, North Carolina GLORIA J. DINELLI Richmond, ' irginia ELIZABETH WARING DUESBERRV Richmond, V irginia BENNIE LEWIS DUXKUM Richmond, irginia DOROTHY DUNN Richmond, ' irginia JUNE ANN ERICH Chicago, Illinois NANCY HOSKINS EUBANK Cape Charles, Virginia WILLA JOYCE FAHRBACK Crewe, Virginia BETTY ANNE FARMER Portsmouth, Virginia JANE HARRIET FIVEL Norfolk, ' irginia CHARLOTTE FOWLER Cincinnati, Ohio [69 1 Juniors JACQUELINE MEREDITH GAINES Richmond, Virginia GLORIA GARBER Portsmouth, Virginia LAUREL GARLETTE Norfolk, Virginia JANE GARROTT Shenandoah Junction, Virginia ELIZABETH IRVING GIFFORD Richmond, irginia JULIA CAROLINE GILREATH Richmond, Virginia BETTE GOLDBURG Richmond, Virginia ROBERTA GOULD Petersburg, Virginia ARMENIUS GILBERT GRAY High Point, North Carolina FLORENCE GREENE Sandston, Virginia SUE GROSNER Washington, D. C. EVELYN HALL Johannesburg, South Africa KATHERINE HARRISON Newport News, Virginia BARBARA HAWKSWORTH Detroit, Michigan DOROTHY HENSHAVV Miami, Florida [70] ■ ' «i-- i4 - Juniors DONALD HIKES Denver, Colorado LOIS RUTH HOHMANN Balboa, Canal Zone MARGARET CAROLINE HOLDREX Rocky Mount. North Carolina VALDA JEAN HOPKINS Vandelia, Ohio DORIS HUGHES Blue Pennant, West Virginia FLORINE HUNT Richmond, Virginia MALINDA MAE ISLEY Richmond, Virginia JEAN M. JOHNSON Crewe, Virginia WILLIAM H. LEE Richmond, Virginia JAMES WESLEY LUKE, Jr. Richmond, Virginia JEAN MAC LAUGHAN Littleton, Massachusetts CHARLOTTE MATTHEWS Kenbridge, Virginia BETTY JEAN McCOWN PiKEViLLE, Kentucky MARY VIRGINIA MITCHELL Youngstown, Ohio ANNETTE MOORE Portsmouth, Virginia [71] ■ ' • iA-A? Vi. :-d-- 4 ' Vi,: ' 4i. ' J,-., ' . ' ' Juniors MILDRED L. MULLINS Richmond, Virginia BETTY ANN ' MURPHY Atkinson, North Carolina WILLIAM M. MYERS Stldley, Virginia MATTIE EUBANK PAYNE Blackstone, V irginia EDNA MAE POPLIN Rocky Mount, North Carolina HUNTER C. PERDIE Richmond, Virginia ALMA VIRGINIA RECTOR Richmond, Virginia BARBARA MILLER RIDDLE Welton, North Carolina MARTHA ROBINSON Petersburg, Virginia EMILY ANN ROCKS Miami, Florida MARGARET CARTER ROGERS Crewe, Virginia ELLEN FRANCES RORER Crewe, Virginia BETTY LOU ROWLAND Willow Spring, North Carolina ESTELLE RUDMAN Richmond, Virginia THELMA SAUNDERS Norfolk, Virginia [72] i. L V; r; ! ' ' ' : ' " " ♦ ' ' v " if Juniors NANCY SCHENK Bedford, Virginia LOLA MAE SHIFLET Churchville, Virginia RALPH SLAWSON Kannapolis, North Carolina WILLIAM C. SNEAD Richmond, Virginia HARRIET STREEVER Hilton Village, Virginia EUGENE P. SUTTLER Richmond, Virginia MARY TAYLOR Sealston, Virginia NANCY ELIZABETH TAYLOR Matthews, Virginia ALICE HARGIS THACHER Greensboro, North Carolina FRANCES WALLACE THOMAS Richmond, Virginia RACHEL ADELE THOMAS Blackstone, Virginia GRACE KATHRYN WELLS Washington, D. C. JOYCE ANN WESTMORELAND Petersburg, Virginia NORMA WHITE Greensboro, North Carolina MARGARET E. WILKERSON BuRKEVILLE, VIRGINIA DORIS LEA WILLIAMS Columbia, South Carolina MARTHA ANNE WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia MARY ADELENE WOOTEN Winston-Salem, North Carolina [73] Junior Marshals Nancy Taylor Jacqueline Gaines Lola May Shiftlett Nancy Schenck Martha Ganzert (Xoi Pictured) Lothaine Barloga [74] S iMmffU (Jms OFFICERS Katherine Shane President Robin Simons I ' ice President Jack Birkhead Treasurer Anne Stanley Secretary Dr. Margaret Johnson Adviser [75] Sophomores Anne Aiken Hope Akens Earnest H. Alderman William B. Alderman Mary B. Barnes Jeanette S. Barry James A. Beale Mary E. Bechtol Catherine A. Branscone Jane V . Brooks Walter E. Bowles, Jr. Connie Virginia Bray Kathryn Brown Emma Sue Bruce Joseph J. Burroughs Nancy L. Butler Frances Calbreath Jane H. Campbell James E. Conner Stanley H. Covington Jean Cynthia Crockett Edith C. Culbert Edythe Dalton Charles R. Davis [76] • » « » Sophomores Sue Dixon Eugenia Draper Edith Anne Ellis Mildred R. Ellis Virginia Lee Ewers Selma M. Epstein Anne Paris Audrey M. Flood William A. Fontaine Roland Friedman William R. Gaines Louise Garth Jean W. Gearing Robert A. Gifford William H. Godwin, Jr. Albert Goldstein W. Lee Gordon Fay M. Graham Dorothy E. Harley Nancy Hardiman Cecil J. Hayme Nancy Hesterly Phylis Hoff Caroline Hogshead [77] Pj i Sophomores Adney Blrns Holbrook Shirley M. Hord Samuel W. Howerton Clyde T. Jeffreys Mattie Craig Jenkins Thelma N. Johnson Betty Lou Jones Elizabeth C. Jones La Verne Jones Charles D. Jurgens Barbara Ann Kelley Barbara Ann Ketchum RuBYE Kirkman Morris Law Shirlye Levenson R. F. LiNDHOLM Jean D. Lynn Patricia Mabie Katherine Mathews Mary Malta Anne McCallum Mary Frances McDowell Don McKenzie Ann McKellop [78] ft -».- M V. Tj . ' u .. . • . . •, ; Sophomores Jean S. McLeod Hilda Meredith Barbara Meuser Kathryn Middleton Mary Lou Miller Christine Mills Lucille Montgomery Hannah Moore Eleanor H. Moses Twila Nelson Dorothy- Newcomb Melvin B. Nunnally Julia O ' Farrell Haywood A. Padgett Howard B. Padgett Jane L Paul Katherine Jane Pierce Kathryn M. Pierce Theresa Pintado Raiford M. Porter Leonard D. Presson S. Vernon Price, Jr. Patricia Prickett Carolyn L. Ramsey [79] i f ' .i. i. J. ' . V i.. •. I ■ V •• •»A 4-Af Vi;..v ' 4 - -! -i ' -i:i- i ' k%ik Sophomores Marion C. Rawlings Nelson K. Reed Elizabeth R. Rhodes Nancy ' . Rhodes Robert L. Rogers Fred A. Roscher, Jr. Virginia Allen Rose Alfred Seay Rosemary Seward Emily Sharp Thomas M. Shelton Christine Shepherd John David Shobe Jean Claire Smith Sands Smith, Jr. Robert S. Snead Lois Jean Spellman Jene Stanberry Anne T. Stanley Ora Stone Frances Strincfellow Jvanita K. Taylor Mary Turner Betty Webb Mary Ellen Walthall Conrad Wash Mary Myrtle Williams William Earl Willis Sue L. Worrell Eugene W. Wright Joan M. Wymbs [80] JM c udi mm Class OFFICERS Norman Simpson President Pat Hicks Vice President Eleanor Freeman Secretary Jack Roach Treas u rer Frank Duffy Student Government Representatii ■ - - ' ' s • - [81] ; )h--f ' i. ' i " " - — " » " » " V V Ml I , -4 % Freshmen Susan Virginia Abraham Carolyn Aiken Martha S. Aldhizer William W. Atkins Jean Bakelaar Richard L. T. Beale M. Joyce Booth Ralph C. Braeley Geraldine Burnette Polly B. Coleman Crowley C. Connelly Nelson H. Coryea Catherine R. Cosby Nancy Daniel Dorothy Darner Margaret Dawson L. B. Denton, Jr. Alice Dixon Rena Dorsett Ida Mae Esmond Lois W. Friedman Don a. Fuller Mildred V. Goodman Arthur Greene, Jr. Kathleen Hagood Helen V. Hall D. Oakley Harrison Joyce Hay.mes Jean Hengst Patricia Hicks [82] Freshmen Anne R. Hinton Jack W. Jenkins Geraldine Jones Charlotte King Lois Grace Lee Golden M. Lester Thelma J. Levin Bertha J. Levinson Virginia Dare Link Lois E. Long Mary Barbara Mackin Elizabeth E. MacNeil John A. Mapp Elizabeth R. Memory Deborah Meske Jane Mills Frances Minkoff Ashton Mitchell Francis Moore Ann Moss Nancy Mowry Geraldine Newton Gladys Noell Herford Payne Louise Perkinson Roberta M. Pixley T. M. Powers Bette J. Quillen Charlotte Rhodes J. DE Veaux Riddick [83] Freshmen Faye Robinson Joan Scott Anne Shields G. Carlton Simpson Mary Ann Smiley Alice E. Smith Donald A. Smith Roberta Talley Eugenia Carolyn Tatem Leonard Teachey Ronald E. Thornton C. Harry V. Tinsley Conrad H. Turner Kenneth E. Van Allen Robert F. Vancleef Edna F. Wainright Janius B. Warlick Jeannie Wells Geraldine L. Wensing Cornelia C. Whiting Anne Williams Donald G. Wilson Inge Windmueller Sally Ann Wise Emma Wood Mary Frances Woods Joan Wortley Jeanne Wright Mary A. Yowell [84] Oufi ciwiiies i- ' - 5 ' li-v -!;i-U-J ?: ' i 4 -|f i-- j ' ' ' AA ' -h-% . ' i ' - - i4- Student Government Officers Earl Wood President Byrd Bradshaw Vice President Richard Patterson Secretary Katherine Shane Treasurer Dr. Margaret L. Johnson Sponsor The Student Council democratically governs and coordinates student activi- ties. Membership is composed of representatives from each class, each organization and each dormitory. Every student in the school is a member of the Student Government Association. [86] . -K ' • e ' , •»» - f • y-k ii- - -J.h- Honor Council " To uphold the principle of the Honor Code " Byrd Bradshaw, Chuck Wood, Katherine Shane, Dick Patterson, Jessie Addison, Mary Roberts, Mary Caligeri, Ray Marriner, Dr. Johnson, Faculty Adviser. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES [87] Dr. Margaret Johnson Sponsor f948 Elaine Wise Editor-in-Ch ief i ' ' ' " f [• ' l ft:i? 1 ? - « .ji r — - — THE WIGWAM GOES TO PRESS [88] Buddy Porter Marilyn Downes Jean Robinson Vera Rosenberg mS fwm FEATURE STAFF LoRETTA WiDDER, Editor Katherine Harrison Emily Ann Rice Frances Stringfellow Rosemary Seward Anne Sullivan Winston Evans Ann McCallum Selina Evans ad ertising staff Margaret Walter, Editor Thelma Saunders Jean Robinson Katherine Harrison Frances Calbreath Buddy Porter Louise Garth Annette Moore Barbara Hawksworth [90] :3!ie Pmcfiijii The Proscript differs but little from any newspaper. It is the medium of student expression. Prepared, written, and edited by journalism majors weekly, its purpose is to present information of news value, to edify, and to guide student thought. Joy Dumbaugh Editor (Not Pictured) Virginia Calisch Associate Editor Arthur Lee Sports Editor Joyce Rowlenson First Page Editor Gene Wright Fourth Page Editor Frances Stringfellow Headline Writer Roland Friedman Business Manager Roland B. Smith Faculty Adviser [91] The Literary Club To further the appreciation of literature in all of its phases, the Literary Club was formed two years ago. Monthly meetings include lively discussions, guest speakers, and a social hour. Virginia Lewis is President of the group, with Winston Evans, Vice President; Sue Hutzler, Secretary; Florence Crane, Treasurer; and Emily Ann Rice, Student Govern- ment Representative. Mr. John Carring- ton Cross is sponsor. The Journal Under the sponsorship of the Literary Club, three publications of the Journal were issued during the year. Creative writings of the student body are included in the magazine, of which Anne Sullivan is editor. [92] Cotillion Club Jean Elberson President Lola Mae Shiflet Vice President Betty Acker Treasurer Joyce Mathis Secretary Nancy Simrill Student Government Representative Mrs. Marvin Chalkley Sponsor [93] ■ •!-f ;i ' ■ -K v ;s. ?i W ' i i- ' k ' " t.A -ii. f.. I. R. C. The International Relations Club at R. P. I. is merely one of many Interna- tional Relations Clubs the country over. The primary purposes of the clubs are to stimulate interest and curiosit) about world events, and to disseminate accurate information about that world. A speaker from the United World Federalists in- formed the group about its methods, organization and ideals. A Christmas party was held in conjunction with the Literary Club. Anne M. Sullivan Presidfnt John Trueba Vice President Florence Crane Secretary Alfred Seay Treasurer William Jordan III Student Government Representative Dr. Howard H. Davis Faculty Adviser [94 1 •; ■ ■ " % " 4 " »• " • i ' ' V •; «v " j » - f. i Administrators ' Club Membership in the Administrators ' Club is confined to business students. ' aried speakers, who appear on the programs, present informative talks to the group on the many courses offered at R. P. I. Two dances featured activities for the year. Plans for the future include the formation of an honorary business society. Carl Bandonian President Richard Patterson Vice President Miriam Wells Secretary Mr. Krepick Sponsor [95 1 •V i - ' i :vn-; M ' -t M i.u »-i»44. ' ». Accidental Club Social activities are provided for all music majors. Lillian Baber presides, while Jimmy Luke, ice Presi- dent, represents the club at the Student Government meetings. " Ludy " Minugh is secretary and Jimmy Fox, treasurer. [96] %i J:- V , •• : if ' f • f - -i i i ' } ' ■ J V ' Distributors ' Club RussEL MoNCRiEF President Jack Collins Vice Pr esident Anne Jarvis Secretary Fred Roscher Treasurer Betty Ann King Student Government Representative Joan Movers Parlimentarian Miss Miriam Miller f n o MX, i-A T Lo-Sponsors R. Robert D. Joy Membership is open to all students of the School of Distributive Education. The purpose is to create and promote interest in Retailing through informal dis- cussions, movies and guest speakers. Social activities are stressed and an informal attitude prevails. Some of the social activities were: a banquet honoring D. E. Seniors, picnics at Camp Richmond and dances. [97] ■f ' 4 l. ' :k ■y f Canterbury Club For all those students at R. P. I. who seek fellowship and friendship, the Can- terbury Club offers welcome. Under the auspices of the Episcopal Church, the club provides service and worship to members of all faiths. Julia E. Phillips President Edwin C. Cotten Vice President Alice B. Andrews Secretary JuANiTA Taylor Treasurer Sands Smith 1 Student Advisers Carlton Moffett j Rev. Alexander D. Juhan Adviser [98] AS V f • " ' i " i ' - • " V ' - v t Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the connecting link between the college and the local church in the college center. Included in it are all students of Baptist pref- erence. Howard B. Padgett President Bettie Quillen Vice President Ethel Yowell Second Vice President William Gaines Third Vice President Edna Wainwright Secretary Henry C. Lowry Treasurer Joyce Heisler Music Director Winston Evans Reporter Roberta Pixley Editor B. S. U. News Dr. Howard Davis 1 Mrs. C. L. Marks | Faculty Advisers Mrs. L. H. Cottingham J Rev. Byron M. Wilkinson Pastor Adviser Josephine C. Norwood Baptist Student Secretary [99] ? -f i- ' y - i. iA •rj -. ■ • ?: -i-; The Newman Club The Newman Club was established to promote social, religious, and educational activities among the Catholic students at R. P. I. The club meets bi-monthi}- with a priest and strives to integrate the doctrines of the Church with secular learning. Jeanette S. Barry President Jo Ann Fitzgibbon Vice President Ann McDonald Secretary Joseph P. Francis Treasurer Father Robert 0. Hickman Adviser 100 1 Scene from " Hamlet " Theatre Associates Imogene Cowan President Margaret Walter Vice President Lola Mae Shiflet Secretary Morris Law Treasurer Jane Brooks Student Government Representative William Buckley Business Manager The purpose of the Theatre Associates is to sponsor the production of plays for the advancement of theatrical art at R. P. L [101] Fashion Club The Fashion Club, composed chiefly of students enrolled in the Fashion Illus- tration and Costume Design classes, was organized to bring to its one hundred members interesting speakers from the fields in which the students major. The outstanding event sponsored by the club is the annual spring fashion show in which Costume Design majors model their creations. Norma Jackson Presidi-nt Blanche Carter Fice President Evelyn Page Secretary and Treasurer David Lamb Publicity and Refreshment Chairman Alice Skidmore Student Government Representative Mrs. Hazel Mundy Sponsor [102] i . ■: V; • : ! • ' ' ' V - ♦ C ' ■%■ ' ■ v Interior Decoration Club The Interior Decoration Club meets once a month to promote social activities and to discuss Interior Decorating. Outside speakers and field trips are included in the Club projects and serve as a guide in constructive interior design. Paul Christiansen President Mildred Ann Graves Vice President Dorothy Henshaw Secretary Robert Linzey Treasurer Marvin Culbreth Student Government Representative Genie Draper Associate Correspondent Robert Harris Publicity Agent Miss Dorothy Tennent Sponsor [103] ■vHh M J -f U k ' ' n Pt ' rii ' »vi i4-:ri. ' i » ' V .ii- i-4i. The Advertisino Art Club The Advertising Art Club of R. P. I. exists to further the educational and social welfare of students in the Advertising Art Department. The Club, begun in 1946, sponsors lectures, exhibits, and social functions. The group is one of five components of the Art Student League. Ch. rles Young President Emory Newton Vice President Charlotte Fowler Secretary Kay Buckley Treasurer Robert Webb Student Government Representative Professor Robert Harrison Faculty Adviser [104] ■ ' ■ " i C ' ' -i h -} ' -ht Fine Art Group The promotion of fellowship among students of painting, sculpture, and crafts, and the furtherance of Fine Arts activities on the campus, is the twofold purpose of the Fine Arts Group. Highlighting the year was the Mardi Gras, colorful mas- querade ball presented by the Art Student ' s League in February. The group also sponsored a gala Carnival in December. Virginia Lee Penn President Tom Gay, Jr Vice President Grace Katherine Wells Secretary Raiford Miller Porter Treasurer Marilyn Downes Exhibit Chairman Lindsey McAllister Publicity Chairman Sarah Draughan Refreshments Chairman Nerida Varela Student Government Representative Mr. Glenn D. Casey Sponsor [105 J Women ' s Athletic Association Officers of Council: Gene Layne President Nancy Duggan Vice President Connie Stanley Secretary Bunny Andrews Student Government Representative The association was established for the purpose of giving every woman in our college an equal opportunity for participating in the sports activities offered, and to create a friendly attitude in sports and games. [106] $.1 if ' - i. ♦.■ [107] ■i = ' - .) ' - ' ■ ] - ' ■- •:! j; i .j -r u- " ff5T ' - . Men ' s Athletic Association The Men ' s Athletic Association was created by the men of R. P. I. to promote athletic activity for students ' recreation. This year a Faculty Athletic Council was added. Rod McKenzie President Dave Shobe Vice President Clyde Hardy Secretary Jack Birkhead Treasurer Mr. I. John Krepick Faculty Chairman L 108] « . » . . » ' ■ a ' » t ' ■ ' -f, -JV!. ' -x- IX iVM. " [109] Founders Hall 827 WEST FRANKLIN The oldest and largest dormitory on campus. There were many large gather- ings with the Christmas party the biggest event of all. Mary V. Caligari President Sue Searcy Fice President Jane Fivel Junior Representative Patricia Mabie Sophomore Representative Lois Friedman Freshman Representative Mrs. Marvin Chalkley Hostess [no] RitteiHickok normitory 821 WEST FRANKLIN Fun, frolic, and sooo many good times Peggy Pate House President COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Bunny Andrews Senior Rusty Hedderly Junior Robin Simons Sophomore Pat Hicks Freshman Mrs. Mary E. Mosby Hostess LlllJ Moore House 819 WEST FRANKLIN The girls of " 8ig " are proud of their dorm sp irit a nd participate actively in sports Mary Roberts House President Marion Collins Senior Representative WiLLA Fahrbach Junior Representative Louise Harris Sophomore Representative Gerry Wensing Freshman Representative Joyce Dickson Athletic Representative Mrs. Frances Nicholas House Mother [112] IX a - !, » ■ - tmpt ' i Dean ' s House 908 WEST FRANKLIN Many are the activities of the smallest dormitory on campus Patricia Prickett House President Patricia Wall Senior Representative Joyce Mathis Jmiior Representative Patricia Ball Sophomore Representative Mary Craig Hunter Representative-at-Large Miss Harriet Cocke Hostess [113] ii ' -sk-. ' -A ' ' A. , -i A V ' ii ■rr - ' fU ' fm- -? Meredith House 818-820-822 PARK AVENUE " Three in one to triple the fun ' ' ' Year highlighted by the big Christmas party — Santa, presents, and all — tea dance during mid-winters, and open-house party during May weekend. Anne Welton President Jo Ann Fitzgibbon Senior Representative LoTHAiNE Barloga J luiior Representative Carolyn Owens Sophomore Representative Helen Doremus Freshman Representative Miss Lucy Wiltshire House Mother [114] Shafer House 214-216 Shafer House composes two connected buildings facing Shafer Street. A dormitory at R. P. I. for four years, i t now accommodates thirty-two girls from eleven states. Barbara Riddle President Nancy Simrill Vice President Carolyn Holdren Junior Representative Audrey Flood Sophomore Representative Cornelia Whiting Freshman Representative Mrs. Lillian Hebbert House Mother 1115] !- !f -i :Vn H -i ' -t ' .i • i-};i-; ' -; -J- -U vi- ' 828 " 828 PARK AVENUE The newest dormitory addition on the campus. Very successful year in spite of building complications in completing dorm. Grand Christmas party and mid- winter tea dance. House Council members include: Doris Lea Williams, Margurite Kessler, Katherine Ross and Joan Wortley. House Mother is Mrs. A. K. Grantham. I llti I Men ' s normitory 213 SHAFER STREET " Bachelors ' Hall, " with 15 eligibles, is the only dorm for men since prewar days. House officers include: Jessie Addison as President, Patrick Greeley as vice president, and House Council members: Benjamin H. Keel, William Fontaine and Kenneth Lassiter. [117] -. ■i!: • 4 i• ■• i•« Shafer Street Houses Park Avenue Houses Founders Hall RlTTER-HlCKOK [118] In and Around R. P. 1. [ 119 THE R. P. I. 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