Keuka College - Kiondaga Yearbook (Keuka Park, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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It is at times like these that Knowledge and Experience fuse with Interest and Hopes and you become very real persons. "If only the door of tomorrow would yield just a crack! Is the career all it was forecast to be? Is the home the house of dreams? Is the community rewarding to live in? You cannot possibly know the answers to these questions sitting on the hard floor against your bed or gazing across Keuka's waters to the hill beyond. The answers will come after college days in the real setting of work, of home and of community. "Then, will you look back and say, 'That course was heIpful,' 'That counsel was right for me,' 'That experience gave me new insight,' 'That re- sponsibility I took was the best thing that could have happened to me'? "If you say these things some day, your educa- tion will have 'taken' and Keuka will have the only reward it asks." Looking Through Four Years of Keuka As we look through the pages of Kiondaga each of us will see a different college-a college as it appears to us. As I look back four years, only two are at all clear. Earlier I see only a glittering lake surrounded by snowy hills and campus, an evalua- tion day with very mature young women report- ing their field work experiences and then going on to tea in the lounge, with the lake as a back-drop. And now for two years, always the lake as back- drop-now glittering, now dull, deep blue in a setting of green grass and trees-a lighter blue against winter snow-always changing. An ever changing background for our college stage, a stage of many scenes and plays-freshman ,S M vespers, pow-wow, junior weekend, ice carnival, May Day, Commencement-but always an at- mosphere of Social Responsibility. Juniors and seniors responsible for the orientation of freshmen and sophomores, Social Advisory Board responsible for teas, dances, receptions, games, parties, House Council responsible for a week highlighting our religious life, Social Responsibility Committee responsible for helping each Keukonian become an inform- ed world citizen and a community member ready and able to serve a variety of local needs. Everywhere we see the class of 49 in all the activities for the last four years-so much a part of Keuka that we are sure they will take with them Keukais "ideal of service to society." , ,..,...., ,,-,,.,-1 --v.-, YYVV It Y --V f-...r-'1Iuxuu1cvuv-un--vnu: xsA1a1r!1f'1on11-nnnulrtllilililihi' '1""""'- "-""""T""""""'"""'h1L"'-'.-'Hu I - 'uv-111-1111111 Q 'v"'1'Vlfl'p1uou.,1,, L. .1 ....',. .- .1 . .,. -..,-,., ..'1.. , ,,,, ,,,, .. .. .:f,,...f, ,... 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L .1 ur.: .,. ..,4... ..l. ..-,....... .1 .lung ,A FACTS ON OUR FACULTY llere's what we like about our :faculty . . . their little quirks Cpeculiar to all of usj . . . the little things we appreciate in them . . . like Miss Tirrell's love of horses . . . or Miss Space's milk-shake at ,Vs . . . Miss MaXwell's basketball skill . . . and "Chips" taking Dr. Hamilton for a walk everyday . . . Mrs. Merson loves to garden . . .- and Dr. Gorham likes to fish . . . Mr. Loomis developed all kinds of domestic skills while Mrs. L. was away . . . and it's inter- esting to note that Mr. Plaisted did such a good job on publicity that he sold his own daughter on Keuka! . . . Jackson-Gordon-Dustan drink coffee daily in the buf' . . . 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If so, sm- rm' . . ....... .4 . , , ,.. .. mln... ....-1. H ,....1-M-.., x I . 1 X Cooperative Government Democracy in action at Keuka . . . Coop Government . . . Weekly Student Forums with discussions of student activities and policies . . . its sub-committees, Student-faculty Congress, House Council, Senior Council, and Judiciary . . . all representative of the efficient governing body of our campus. Officers Cleft to rightj: Natalie van Laer, treas.g May Lou Pfeffer, pres.g Doris Walker, ass't treas.g Rebecca Jenkins, sec.g Joyce Roscoe, first vice- pres.g Aileen Bardwell, chief ustice. "Treb7' reports on Angie, our adopted Dutch girl. 15 , . -fvvum- .. -mf-qwqmqnsgnnnnnnnnunmmuuuhw lan' .....-.-7-1-7--f-1--qw--T-1-117-rlqrnguvarnruunxfuiuu.-.ipuuuflimquuuuuuuuuu LTW K ..1..:uimy-.,um . , r' - -U .. . ,uuyu-nn,1..,-,.. ., r--A 1 I-2-.3 apprec-i campus ments can wr softball AA. B tradition A! Athletic Association A.A. Officers Cleft to rightj: Marge Dedrick, vice pres. Marion Di isi sec Fran Anthon treas M1 5 , -3 y, .g 'ss Long 1-2-3-LL who are We for? 2-41-6-8-' who do We Faculty adtvtsorg Dorothy Michaelis, pres. appreciate? Capable A.A. Board manages all l campus sports activities from ping pong tourna- 1llCl1tS to intercollegiate play days . . . and how can we forget those student-faculty games . . . softball . . . hockey . . . crew . . . All Keuka . . . A.A. Banquet . . . Big K's . . . A.A. Queen . . traditional Keuka sportsmanship. "Hockey is a running gamei' 1 17 Fe ,A.A, , - "1Uurgie" and "Heupie'7 introduce us to St. ,Louis Wbrnarl. Angels or irnps? ,Ioyce's twangg Rill's red wigg Barlfs telescope and Janet's love of murder-"Ladies in Retire- 77 ment. CLUB Q. 'QQ 'W 18 -avr .- K I p us, mu Long hours of planning . . . meet- ings . . . exchange of ideas . . . the re- sult, U.N. Weekend with new friends from many lands . . . a suc- cessful and enlightening R.E. Week . . . Arion's finished productions . . . grease paint . . . loads of fun . . . "Ladies in Retirement" charmed us . . . talented discoveries in March plays . . . The Winslow Boy straight from Broadway . . . choir music lend- ing an atmosphere of worship . . . World Fellowship Banquet . . . all these mean a full campus life. John Jacob Niles charms three Keuka girls and vice versa. One of the many impressive Sunday evening vesper services. Phyl, Hild1'ed, Mar'ge, Alicia and Myrt led this one. U. N. Weekend . . . the world met at Keuka ............V.1-. -,..-.-T-.-nnnfuuufluu-uguuuuqYusJ.IJI, "'.T'Z1fu.JJ,1ug :1 ' , ,-,,5jj,,,u,yLRZ:"1. j'-- Wy "-'-riff 1 KEUKONIAN Cleft to right standingj' Joan Strauss M r' l K l R . ' 3 u ie appe erg . osemary McGinng Jacqueline Bregoffg Mary Curtiss and Eliphal Streeter. Left to right seated: Pat Hogarbome, editorg Mr. Wallis, fhculqv mlvisorg Doris Eckhart, and Marie Diamond. n l I I RED JACKET CLQIE to fightl: Jouiim- Nlazzm: .lean 'llhcwlicsz Rebekah ,I cnkius: Har- bara vV0l'Sill1gt'l'Z N l rs. Nvallis. 'flIf'IllfV advisor: and Sallv :Xinn Rowe. editor. i l , 4 v' 1 ' , X K and 90 f ..:'.:,:::IT12?I'I1?'5TTrJL'A'le ""f"' , . - in--'-U PUBLICA TIO 'Voice of the students . . . Monday night assignments . . . deadlines . . . Tuesday nights in the pub office . . . printer's ink . . . Thursday afternoons in town . . . drumming up material for contests . . . Sunday afternoons spent reading proofs . . . three volumes of Keukaas creation of experiences, philosophy and wit . . . paste on our fingers . . . endless "shots', . . . identi- fying, who is that girl in the third row? . . . Red Jacket awards . . . Little Gridiron Banquet . . . Kappa Phi pledges . . . a broad and complete picture of Keuka life. 11' 1 5 1? if KIONDAGA fleft to rightjr Ann Spragueg Joan Van Keureng Barbara Hellerg Peggy Dwyer, editorg Ann Haggertyg and Lucille Cummings. 21' Wm, Y .. , , qv.-..vm.,,.a,1. 7. 4:-V-.-..1.--n.....-nn ,..T..,-.,.,..-..,v.--.-f-fgnquruuuaqiu ru., .vu-.uuu 'Q 7lll"'5"'l'4"'f'l4uu1nn Q .- . , . .1 U- . Q 1..,f..,. ., H' lvunuulinf Honor Societies f ., Well Worn pledge ribbons and solemn initiations . . . Alpha Psi takes in our Keuka Bernhardts . . . Kappa Phi gives recognition to talented and hard workin, journalists . . . Pi Gamma Mu means scholarship in the Social Sciences . . . Who's Who . . . capable leadership . . . qualities of character, scholar- ship and successful living. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Cback rowb: Marcia Newmang Miss Bakerg Doris Eckhartg Bar- bara Murrayg .loyce Forsytheg Amaryllis Sponagleg Pat Hogarbome and Barbara Lind. W'HO'S WHO Qfront row, left to rightj: Aileen Bardwellg Alida Taitg Pat Hogar- bomeg Cback row:j Joan Strauss and Barbara Murray. 22 , . ,. .l .. ,f....u--....,..vi -...y'.' L.i,!.,g.- ,umvx t-nun .-, H, SIGMA LAMBDA SIGMA CLeft to rightj: Doris Eckhartg Aileen Bardwellg. Alida Taitg Helen Nasmith. Added member, Peggy Dwyer. PI GAMMA MU fBack, left to frontj: Mary Smithg Doris Eckhartg Helen Lodorg Aileen Bardwellg Georgia Mos- kos. CFront, left to rightj: Alida Taitg Peggy Dwyer and Helen Nasmith. KAPPA PHI EPSILON CStanding, left to rightj: Patricia Hogarbomeg Mr. P aistedg .Ioan Van Keureng Dr. Dustan. CSeat- ed, left to rightl: Joan Straussg Peggy Dwyerg Ann Haggertyg Mr. Wallis, Mrs. Wallis, and Doris Eckhart. Added members, Jeanne Mazzing Sally Ann Rowe and Marie Diamond. 23 WLT,-.fum-uuu1zl4uu.4nunr.uuni7 - . - 6 Class of 1950 Proud Big Sisters . . . upperclassmen . . . front row in the aud . . . outwitting our Buds in Pow Wow . . . Junior Jackets, we were "marooned" . . . Fantasy in Blue for our Queen . . . onyx rings and class pins . . . chalk up another successful stunt . . . May Morn and Voices echoing through Keuka Park . . . May Day . . . caps and gowns Class Olhcers Cleft to riglztj: Nancy Clum, 'vice-pres.g Helen Davidson, pr0s.g Mary Kinsman, treas.g b6f0I'6 W6 liI1CW it. Sally Folls, Svc. The Juniors smile "pretty,' 24 i Qi U, I - M, .L,,JL,,g.g..4,Ji.Z'...,1..7m...,..JA".i, ,,,I' -L... ..f...'-..-,.--ww-1+ - - I ...N 1 - -N-umnnn. nn.:.uufu.uuni1Zi3.. U.,-.-n1f,TT,x -, . ., .1 ::.'.1L:gggLgg..mf1 if Class Officers fleft to rightj: Betty Clark, vice-pres.g .loan Luks, sec.5 .lean Carpenter, treas.g Diana Willmer, pres. Sophs in the spotlight. ... ..- -.1-. .Hn Class 0 195 Frosh buds . . . initiation . . . Candyland for Soph Hop . . . prized T-shirts worn on every occasion . . . our second stunt night . . . Big and Little Sister Banquet . . . proud champions in hockey, softball and basket- ball . . . ivy chain bearers at our Big Sisters? graduation . . . a year marking the halfway mark of our Keuka life. 26 ,,,,, uu.l1nuur1 ------H - I ,. A V , y X Q I WZ. I I N l 'U 1,111.1 'WW11m I . lllfhl Pfvud '4SkeL .irltxlf in-Way 27 - ,,- ,- , .......,.....................,nr-.-fu1nu:u'.1..nnnizuuf l ,W-, n,,,..., ,U.,.f.,puimu 1. 1 U-...1uuuf.,,A.,, ,., - ..-...f,.- -1 lv Ja- ---I--'--'-1--H-" ' ' ' ,, 6' , Z if Z 5 f Class Oflicers Cleft to rightl: Barbara Lewis, vice- pras.5 .lane Morris, prcs.g Jane Partis, sec.g and Marilyn lrlepworth, Lreus. l"rosl1 out front Class 0 1952 A new and bewildering life beginning with New Student Week . . . joining the Keuka family . . . initiation fears and frosh caps . . . reading commentaries . . . cheers for our successful frosh stunt . . . white dresses for May Day . . . an extra date every fortnight . . sophomore already. 28 umtib hw INNINF IMIBIIIIUHI WI smufmmHmlHh aunmnsmlnL1mWm'f1 w 5 ......,...... .. , fu...-.m ,un n....f.....unfumu--u..... ..u-vvu---H """"' ' f nn' an nn nn lf.:-.1 . ,... -- W--...... .. ... ..-.-.... ... . .,- .. .... -. - V V- , , , , , , ,.4, ,U ,, N , 1 M E'L.-...................uiull'p1""Ul'!!'f'!f1L.........,.f..-L........u1..........nnn.f4....-nrvLn-lnh4nnb511L1'DL-,HILL...,1L,i4......l!lflf:!Il....1l.J1.u......4:..1:.,J-nv-maxima:-.1hu: nnrfhrlrlu I141!v'?IY.,4A..LfUlf'LULLf.:..1.1.1..J-,.L.:JS.l1Z,lQ?-2,21 Y. :nv z, x ACTIVITIES f, 1 3 1 1 K wi- Esftfoiiiddkiduirvwuuvpuvuw-v--.-Y.---, , ,, H-rn- woman....,..-.uuuhuquun-nbuuuuuuu-4uuuuuq., ,.,,Q,'1',3gu,.un.,,.,np,,,.v--..-.v.--..,....... ,, ---N ....,........L..,.....f'...........,.--319-..1,...,.,.fH:,kH,4.:.....1.......1..L"'..Y:fiAra:-..s.1.f1-..,1,.....1..........-..,.........h , , . . su-Uuunu uuug-11.5.nnl:u.nq'1.i-lp!1111111132541::x!!fH::::lme::!l,nHrgp:,!l1,,RUrn! Unix- ,lhwi-lu .uv ' ' ' I ll Il full' I1-Xen-I-1-x,-.U.,..,,-..,..........- g - . . - 1 . . . .. . gr' z?'f7 I ith. 1 1 X 'z A 2 1 1 1 S 4 3 I 4 4 J Ev W K P 2 V' P nl y a X 'ffygr 63 . WQX QWUK Q, '91 l . i N 4 ' 0 ,X 1 0' 9 'AW ..,. -- ------Y'-7' ,..........M.1...,.M .f,4a -I- 1-fm " 1 H amm.-ar.1mnu:-an-mn-. fu,:.- 1-ivMFhL'2 r,:'.-'L'rz,L11utm ---u yu mw,r.,w4w1mm: - ,ww mm . -0- -..- .xuxqwwm :.ww:f:-Xe - 1 Q 6 X Q i fx - - . A X- --v - - 4 f W W4 -4 2 SN Strong Hall had a new wing, 11ew furnishings, and upholstery Qall carefully selected by ".l'e11ky',j . . . and Richardson Hall boasted real mattresses Cthank you, thoughtful trusteeslj . . . and new lounge furniture and coverings have taken their places in Allen a11d Richardson . . . Miss Estey's !'pink room" is most im- pressive . . . looks almost like an office! . . . Hegeman has a new coat of paint, a few new offices . . . need a map to find the costume room now. There have been many buffet get-to- gethers, and social committee went over- board in providing dances for us this quarter. Junior Weekend was a huge success Qsee news about Queen and her court farther onb. Writers' Week, second edition, was a per- fect sequel to last year's first, with Prof. Virgil Markham and Dr. Daiehes as leading speakers. And so, to spring- ' The most exciting quarter in any school year, this one outdid all expectations . . . Sun baths were a part of the daily routine Cif such there be here at K. CJ . . . Coop. Gov. elections stirred the campus to a second political enthusiasm for 1949 f"Remember, you are eligible for only one office. Please strike your name off all but the one you prefer.,'j . . . Gridiron Banquet saw the faculty thoroughly fried according to tradi- tion, and proved that they could take it as well as hand it out Qremember last year's faculty stunt?D . . g May Day was the thrill- ing event it always is, and amid the clamor rang out the frosh cry, "Let there be light," and "there was light" . . . no more 11:00 curfew for them! Procrastination, familiar freshman ailment, carried over even to the seniors and we held our breaths for them as those 10 days of exams approached. A few added memories: Five seniors dis- covered Columbus this year at the Inter- collegiate Press Conference and came back with a weird tale involving "a bull in the lobbyi' and "towels delivered at midnightlw . . . The New York Central Railroad put us on the map . . . in fact, all over it . . . with a menu publicizing the beauties of Keuka Park. The girls at Winters lost a feline friend and wore mourning bands for a week . . . May Morning brought out the best voices and ruined them in its usual way . . . croakers called the sleepers from their dreams to the tune of "Wake Up!" . . . We had a Religious Emphasis Week worthy of special mention under the chairmanship of Margie Barker . . . Kappy and Rosie came forth with some novel publicity stunts for their class weekend . . . even to the use of flashlights on freezing nights! March Plays were exceptional in that they included the work of one of Keuka's own dramatists . . . Orchids to Pat Hogarbome . . . and saw Barb Lind and Barb Murray take over on the spur of the moment to do a splendid job . . . and last, but not least Cas all good stories should endb, the class of 1949 claims a "blessed eventi' . . . Rill has a baby sister! 35 T 'us-5'-LIB-5-3-1-1- J 'M.1i. .....:131:'a." " "iJ2I:'cT.'f:1ii:1:iEa'Z.'I'.?. -1451132212325 'f l uQri:'a3:m'1.1.'2'.114113m:f1f-f-1eg-as Queen Jean . . . KOUka,S choice Junior Weekend meant committees, planning, and arguments with those well meaning souls with next to impossible decoration ideas . . . what if there's a snowstorm? . . . what if it doesn't snow at all? . . . innovation, the first year we didn't move out of Richardson . . . Friday night sleigh rides and sock dancing . . . Sat. morning, men in the classes . . . that afternoon, Richardson lounge 36 Junior Weekend just ,lean with the lireplaee lvurning for a change . . . ski elolhes a lnusl . . . "the night" . . . banquet fea- turing turkey and candlelight . . . the swishing of evening dresses . . . those darn erinoline under- skirts that made sitting almost impossible . . . candidates nervously eyeing that long lane to the throne . . . "where shall we go after the dancei' . . . 2:30 a.1n. dates . . . late Sunday morning break- fast . . . College sing extra nice with a few bass voices . . . the end of a perfect weekend . . . so hard to get hack to routine . . . and always, "oh kids, '77 let me tell you, I had such a Wonderful time! Carft stop those bridge fiends even on Junior Weekend. a .. N '.rIr1rl"Pl"" .Inn .. ...-...,- 'nn' .nnnnru nnnnn.. HN U y b r 1 1.-- .W,.,,"" 'S ry i I ,. .....m.,..... J h " , , . ,A "11'Hz..-"""-"'-' , V nnemnn " '---H'- W V g i + N ,.,.,.,., . W , X N EN IN ik xwgxfx Af XM" fx X ix L 38 "Fantasy in Blue" Ball . . . Keuka girls and Hegemarl gym both in dream time dress. --..Q......- - Y A 77 . 1:23 21-5-- earl-wi' 1:24 a.m l 1:25-fl 1:20 Sfll-Yfn lim I. JJ! -Lu IZQJ il.Ill. II In uuva rl 541 au lun' au c'1II'lY? 1:24 a.m. For whom the bell tolls. 1:25-26-27-28 a.m. l l I ! 1:29 a.m. "Are you comin' in or stayin' out?" I 230 a.m. ,lust made it again. 1949 Mary Lou Pfejer is crowned May Queen by Janice Waggener May Day, 1949 . . . We all pleaded for a sunny day . . . moving-up exercises gave us a funny feel- ing-frosh and sophs in their white dresses and gay carnations, juniors in their caps and gowns- showing off the white tassels for the Hrst time, and seniors becoming our alumnae! . . . the President spoke to us and we laughed and cried inside as we looked to the future of which she spoke . . . 'We witnessed the crowning of our Athletic Queen . . . Crew races at the point . . . and senior hoop-rolling -winner the first senior to be rnarriedl? . . . Lunch served buffet style for all . . . Then came the answer to the great mystery-Our May Queen was made known . . . a pageant of dance and music symbolic of her four years of college given in honor of her, her court, and her class . . . at night, we sent our fathers off to Strong Hall for their own get-to-gether while we attended the traditional Mother and Daughter Banquet in the dining room . . . the busy day closed with the Senior Step Sing outside Ball Hall . . . a perfect conclusion to a day that is outstanding in the memory of every Keuka girl! 40 5 'Uv l Prv1i4"" My A1 1 Lf' L :n'flf"Li,-. 5 'wx W "llIarv Lou"-llfalv Queens of the Class of 49-Madame President we solute you-pozse and tact personified-long nmlv you reign. Back Row, left to right: Nancy Clum, Joan Strauss, Pat Hogarbome, and Sally Foltsg Middle Row Betsy Brookfield and Anne Tarr. Bottom Row: Harriet Dorain and Sara Washeim. "Mikel,-atlzletic queen of the class of 49- ee 77 stroke up, stroke up and together, together - our A. A. prexy-sports and sportsmanlslnp. Dorothy M zchaelzs First Row, left to right: Virginia Tyler and Sally Newbury. Second Row: Eliott Ryder and Ruth Glennister. Third Row: Ruth Ryder and ,lean Morrison. Back Row: Mary Lou Pfeffer and ,loan Strauss. 0 if , ,ff , Ay X I ,,,,,! f 1 ,4 ff ' 'f?Q7'5 f J, , W , ,X 045, 1 f,,4,gA,f'!! I Z -- -.... .,-N-I-np.-.,U....u.,..., :"...i'7:12.17:.'?J W. , Q, :,. And they wonder why it's so harrl to study here! 43 3:21LG--ZAl:L::f.Zi::,7..,-...--....T-....-Y-..-......fTnfu-f,-7-,1ff:,1n,l.q11q',91L7fl--'uh I7 Y .-.X ,... ... 1 -.-. , ,, U., . ,p. yu- Q --vm --vw "1 1 ,I-,:n-wv153,,pv1 'r,:f5'p " 'v 19.9 ff' 532113, ..... .W '1' ' . r NIOR ,ff--'f Hv,,g1,w1-Y-av-N-'rf"un.f"!', ,- '-- 1, '17'r1'.'-P-.,-...W .,f,-..f-f"f'!.'- Y 7' - - . 4 -V, 4 ntvlfvw---I ,, V- ,N A . ,,V. Y ,. Y- ,IZ v .-.. -A . I I .-.Tx I ..--rf I-. . . 3 ' " ..,-, 'H-L.. N ,',,:.gj-F -Z I, -7 h , ,, , l 5-1, x T A. 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J, 1- 4 I ! 1 -,fl ,. - 1 3 f J J , L- 1 , f f A i 1 Y , ' P gf 1 'E'-iN'?Q"'ff'e':'-lnl'--I ,"+f?E1'f4f,-f'5'3 '--,--, - V -4 , V , kai M Q 'x'ffi:2a.gQ.14L:Qv:.,i,4,12--A' aes QWX wx I ' 1 1 X 4 '1 '.1z5J1unn1nn+11.::s.:r.'r'..ur'.11:n1:n:-+.s, - -. --..41-wmasu .ur-'z.'r,4i:L f -.---'fi-3--.--rqvvz' nu Gai' " -fig m H v-.-1.-. 1 ' 14,71 .,, W, , M? www' ws-X r ,,W,,. ge' .-X my wwf X Through Senior The time has come, the seniors said, to think of many things, Of graduation, our vocation, and memories that college brings . . . We doff our caps and gowns, don our memory glasses and .... pardon us a mo- ment. Our glasses are just a little foggy and they need a bit of clearing . . . we're looking back fouryears you know, and-it's coming in now. Why it's that memorable get- acquainted-party in the gym during New Student Week, when we were bewildered frosh. Smudge4Phillips was the leader-an upperclassman-how we looked up to her! And here's our first glimpse of Mazzin . . . remember how Miss Estey squelched her when she complained of the bugs in her room? New Student Week .I . Psych tests, meetings, we never did get enough 'time to get our rooms settled, but none of us will ever forget the songs around the campfire at the Point . . . we really felt a part of Keuka then . . . and our big sisters did so much to help us! So life continued, and our soph buds were extra nice to us . . . until IT came. Yes, initiation . . . "We Are Silly Circus Clownsw . . . we learned to obey! Later it took us weeks to learn to look at Hel and Katie Pan without quaking in our shoes. But so much of it was fun..Never will forget Utah and Sylvia Hewett .... giggles all the time. And Mazzie popping like corn has certainly be- come a classic. And so, with the packing of Frosh caps, initiation memories are stored for future use and reference, perhaps in alumnae meetings. Little things, like Hellie singing in the halls of Ball . . . spreads and bull sessions . . . 10:30 trails of smoke leading Specs to and from Richardson . . . friendships with upperclassmen . . . how we spent surprise holiday . . . keeping up our spirits for the fun of the game, because we never did win any sports . . . winning with our frosh song for the AA banquet . . . blind dates and Colgate men on our first Junior Weekend . .' . crushes on Mr. B.C .... the fire in the AA room and our comical fire engine . . . how proud we were when frosh Maggie Riordan copped queen of Junior Weekend and Senior Ice Carnival, all in one year . . . frosh stunt, the first of many "trips," this one to South America, Hellie and J an Coe in their duet, Forsythe eating the banana. Rill and Con- chita Banana, Van Laer and Beatie Pitcher as the bull . . . a frosh year full of memories! We had exam weeks three times a year then, but we finally made it to May Day when we became sophs with our red carnations and white dresses. Sophomore, that striking word, Means wise fool, so we heard .... Our glasses are still foggy, but the images are getting somewhat clearer as soph year comes into view for the Class of VL9. Felt so good to be up a little higher, with frosh buds to call our own. But initiation came again, and for one tiny moment, we wished we were frosh again, and were on the receiving in- stead of the giving end. We hoped we did a good job in instilling Keuka spirit into the frosh. Soon after, came pow wow, and we really felt LOST again. That first marker was our downfall . . . poor Mary Curtiss and Hil Muhlnickel . . . most have spent' two hours in the Keuka preserve! . . . but the Continued on page 89 47 Senior Council Qleft to rightj: Livia Aloisiog Natalie van Laerg Joan Straussg Ann Sprague, Pat Hogarbomeg Aileen Bardwell and Neva Eewman. "The powers that e.77 48 Senior Class Officers Cleft to rightj: Doris Eckhart, vice- pres.g Miss Eastham, faculty advisor, Jean Campbell, treas.g Midge Steele, sec., Neva Newman, pres. Everything from displaced persons to college drinking mugs came llp at those class meetings. A - ,N Le .... ' . .. -. . .,.. - UA. .....,..' L ,4,.,.1 1.' .,LL,1.l1l'L'.. 'll , 'A' i',f'l,l1'1.lZ!1LLQ,'L f',i" Q'f'1.J 'Z I"'!'1" "'V"'F"'1""'v1i1'-'--'- 4 - ' ' 'N' X, una... 5 xx 49 Y Y-V Y, ,,,- Y ..., , N, ,. ,....,.-.-.--'ff-wuz-Mfr.nr'-.,..v-1..y . ,----vfm----1--Y---f"" if!" 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"I like to take showers" . . . what would Arion do without LIGHTS . . . Carrie Nation Androvette . . . "Oh, for a French Dictionary at the French table" . . . Volleyball. K I 0 N D A G 50 1 9 Jean Atwell Aileen Bardwell Efficiency expert . . . another kitten Parlez-vous francais, Mademoiselle? picture for the bulletin board . . . "I've . . . capable secretary . . . "damn,' . . . got to get comfortable." . . . pastor's healthy appetite for rabbit food . . assistant-to-be . . . Glee club accom- Witty . . . Spanish classes . . . blond . . . panist . . . surrounded by yellow roses interested in what makes government . . . "Pvc got a little listf' and keeps to function . . . nibbles on pretzels . . . it religiously . . . reserve book blues. Senior Choir . . . personality plus. N as5'nsL'uJsi-innike-Uigs!Hi'l':.1'l2T22T2TJ'.L1l1'.'TLZl1!fJ'slL'Eii-ilZiiE-1w ."t5d432wi:S2TElEiEf.1LilEfm3fSC1l1'.".l1.'1"Il1413i.'!D213f 4 9 ,,,,, ...,. .., mi...-,-I-uns Margorie Barker That Long Island twang . . . always good for that laugh . . . weekends at C.R.D.S .... could I borrow- . . . constant cuts-we mean hair . . . "What's the answer?" . . . slumber in the midst of 2069s noise . . . hilarious letters from Dad . . . "Isabel delights" for hungry hordes . . . the voice that travels. Frances Bozich "Oh, for a car" . . . PM nurse on West Wing . . . those evenings in the lounge . . . not another Toni . . . sunbaths on the roof . . . industrious . . . early Sun- day morning walks to church . . . domestic . . . that favorite silver pattern. E K I O N D A G A --ky -s. - c. ---ug-.-p-f ..... ' - F - . - V - - - K- . - ---ap---1-s..-...-g..,-,ww ,,,,,,,',. ,,v',,,L U.. rs-1-U --.-Q . -.-,a..L.,--..n,. J., ,.,.A, , , Sybil Branton Where to this weekend? . . . pink shirts and green sheets . . . moo-juice by the quart . . . for a game of honeymoon bridge . . . 'eScrib" who scribbles . . . hours of developing in the "dark room" . . . sports add up to broken finger and broken nose . . . good-natured grin. Betty Brink In a world of her own . . . Dennison . . "Oh, those are my little campers" . . . relaxation at any time and in any place . . . dreams of a "splash party" Wedding . . . most men like long hair . . . trips to the music box . . . one a.m. chit chats . . . Brinkie's giggle. A us. i..n....b-i. .A ...A "Fun 'lim " l' . .. , , . - -. pp w- ,-. ,A ,, ,-.- ' '11 f- , Y , , Y U, ,Y I ,, ,A . , 1 ,. ,N g HL, ,,.,,M,lg.r.g-i. 'AQ Rguu. x!J'n:..""", l2"ilf..""i-Bi' if-50.5. ' -slug-iQi'l'nlfl2.1.LELh. l1.ffi1.a,il'f.'L EQLQDUQQT' I 1 ul 514- "" lamdn D1 lfliflvt N 4 ,M 'ul gy f " 'H-4 -4 -wxxuvf' LFZSEWQ ww uf' 'H+ VM" GM mr- '::r:"'1i5"t. .S- A M D , 2 Q Y. -- - ....- -, 7 . -.,., .., ., . -. v 1 , ,,,,,,,,...r.f.mw,.nnf..u--vo- vu ' - g -1 b , , . , I 'v 1 03' ' ' ' "" "' """ ' 'IS' I ""If-""'f"'J A 9 , ' Y, ' I.: . . - ..,.'L'L"l'1!.".f".' , ...I L: 'f. . if' ..i-'l' 7" "" .Imam .-,...M... 1 -1. . .M -.. .. ' .....a. .pa .. .tn A v - - 1 N Myrtle Brown Gets involved in lengthy discussions . . . "Panis Angelicusl' in Senior Choir . . . gives soothing backrubs . . . camp on Lake George . . . succumbs to cockers' big, sad eyes . . . headaches over budgets . . . mischievous . . . hockey and crew . . . escapades. K I 54 "-b "-1: - ..x...w-.-rn... .. ............ .- .lean Campbell Red Roses from Bill . . . Weekends in Ithaca . . . "The" afghan . . . efficiency plus . . . Now, when I was Working at the Ithaca Welfare Department . . . When is that paper due Jean, three Weeks from now . . . a knack for neat- ness . . . she plans today for tomorrow . . my satchel. O N D A G A 9- -.--. 1 9 4 .leanne Carpenter Carpie of llliddletown . . . "Wet hop- pon, baby" . . . trips home . . . Syracuse transfer . . . solitaire fiend . . . in con- stant repose . . . Saturday nights at school . . . high hopes for the future . . . "Has anybody got a cigarette?" . late breakfast ill the Buffet. .loan Corbett Test tubes plus a science book . . . add rhythmic beats . . . a pinch of nicotine . . . smiles and generosity result-The Corbett kid . . . a perpetual motion machine . . .if she's got it and you need it-it's yours. -- :-. - .My ysfnygv. bf.-abut: ,1.'L1.'1U1' slilT.'Ii1i-Ufiif-L-49. i. UE1l2f-132"d'-I .. " P21131!i'ii3'dl7."l1ltT3E'L'U"1'1i -,f-- -aff 1 -wr Wir - 1-4 Tr" Dr?-T"T""" " " "'2""1"vw 'VW' WH 'f 1 - 'Q H . rmlvq I1 I- ' p -' - -f. -fa .J " ' .-P-'-iv" . --":--. 'mai-w ,H-Q-1"TiI-'w?111f-:fm-H - ' -f'f"1"""".lv73"-9'1" " 'saws-m-fnavaaf-vawi. ' -rash-1af?fEr.,'iw.wz,fz: . 2 ram,..e-.1-wwf-L+'-+1-1- a fff- 'M-PM-"' .i V. .f,,-,fl 1' , .' -1. AA,A, .r. . ' ,, 5- ..,..,., ,ns ,,,, if ' - ' .. W M J., fa.-.f..,m-.mfw.1' .-r "ww: v W" -T ' T' "" ""1' "H '1"5'fW"""" ' Mary Curtiss Expressive eyebrows . . . hopes for the United Nations . . . Galley slave in pub oHCice . . . Guitar . . . there's nothing like the out of doors . . . practical jokes . . . her little nephew . . . whittles for a pass time . . . "Really, you don,t sayn . . . southpaw softball player. 56 Florence Dart Daily bus ride . . . red hair and that temper to go with it . . . Gibson Hill . . . one week of country school teach- ing . . . Thursday night Girl Scout Troop . . . the endless History home- work . . . pranks . . . the day room is much too warm . . . for far away places-such as China. . . -i . -- - --.. -- - r , .,., .- Y - ---N,..--,y.... --... -I ' ' " "ii ' " 2' it "-"WHEEL-'TT -51-4-1ll'ill-55?'i'lF7l1l5DT'T'755T'7v57i35P51fFFT-"'PW7Y11FT+'15r3Tf "''T'-" """EI','J3q'!'BTIgI5'3 ,- ,-, vs 1 ww 1.. Jane Dedrick Sunday College Sing-any requests, kids? . . . cream in your Buffet coffee . . . Hears all and knows all . . . Senior Choir and all those Voice lessons . . . Bound to make History teaching school . . . Hockey sticks sure hit- Jane's knees . . . a friendly "Hi, kids." Marie Diamond Ten minutes late and sometimes later . . . blue eyes and freckles . . . "oh, boysielw . . . Unfinished short stories . . . grapefruit diets . . . evenings in the pub office . . . AA queen attendant . . . tidbits from The New Yorker . . . female Frankie Laine . . . dry quips. .V. 1 1 ,. 5 -. h. - 1 ' i ' ' . V' . - . ef - ve e- v- uw aussie:-ga.wsg-uuhu yum. Q.- 1.11.43-. LJ s.s...LLi-,ml 413414. 2. JGLEUIISQEQQEL .LLQEELVISLLJQ !i'l'L'Tl25Lm'.l!2f.5iv1'2. W-. -,-- -. ,A --1--f---vw-'-P'-v f "q:':""x:" -r"1f:-"'r'.:f,1:ff-'-7-aaq'fw ' rvfx-S'F:'-c-'11 "1" fn "r"' ,taint ""'7""-7' P"-?fT?Di'W'fW 2'-"f-?-a'-'fT-ifaf3-- ' - 3 sfmfeiafa-Qwif:-flrffafza.s,....,.. - ..f::f',-.f:u:::+na1ce- sl?iTl1'4',- iz: ff fwafm Uw::::z: -1..z::::u:R',.Q-:r.::21za:rz2::r.f?212:1i-1-rm +1-is 'w-1M--ww--f-'1'- fr f ' ' ., , i.,'.,v,, -nw. W -Wy f A ' - -'-- rev- H ' - - -"e-- -- - ' ' ' ,.,,m,..,,A,,,:.,.,,, 3, -1- .va -- . .ft - .. sf fr-An1-.-q.M--f--ww-.QWMV.. . . . ., .. . Margaret Dunning Unforgettable nights in the chem lab . . . "but if I should ever have the mis- fortune of getting marriedw . . . high hopes for a career . . . forever searching for the "why" of things . . . "how can one be at three places at one time" . 10 p.m. jitterbug lessons. 58 Peg Dwyer, A "big" heart . . . Does anyone have anything I can knit for them? . . . scuffing feet . . . the Weekly packages from Ma Dwyer . . . Kids, has the coffee count been taken? . . . pearls . . . those playground kids . . . Has anyone seen my shorthand notebook? . . . electric blue . . . time spent in the Pub office. 5- U' -PB-4. 'E ' - " ff'ifa"-'iff-"1-"f'1'rtf'-1-ismvnv-afvmmzfm-wrfmmuwnlrvw-?.-viasmmrwa r:.:f'- ww-:r:':':1-1:1:ff f.".1-' a-T1""'fvvf1f Doris Eckhart Makes every honor society her own. . . Walking date bureau . . . Never heard of Congers? . . . always good for an argument . . . endless ambition . . . please, pass the potatoes . . . a welcom- ing hand for all . . . faithful to the end . . . "F ar Away Placesi' . . . You should see what we eat at home. Florence Emilson Faithful letter writer . . . the Nursing Arts lab and teaching experience . . . mom's nut bread and chocolate cake . . . bumpy rides in "Susie" . . . Week- ends at the "oottage7' . . . trips to the P O . . . "Are you ready Hezzie'?" 59 . . , , ,., . . ,. , ...,.-.4 - , Q 1 a . -1 .' -4-I.. 1 jfkrlf' . syn. s-q3.r.s-i.Yu, i 'Qs-4.A.xf..d. '4lsi.l.dL. ' '1JQ.g. ,' Suiukifg-4Q'.L'.ffll. f"'2TlfJi:.. iJ...'IlT. , plaL'iLQUt.'f'.'iT' 71-20. PLL J "'H'- . x E Eleanor Ferris Sleeps with her socks on . . . "What I need is a mann . . . sermon length de- scriptions . . . early to bed and early to rise . . . quiet but, oh that temper . . . happy when dancing . . . avid maga- zine reader . . . never misses a class . . . doesn't believe in plain knitting. ,P Jean Fitchett Sailing on Keuka Lake during sum- mers . . . still knitting that ski sweater . . . Johnsonis favorite customer . . . those long walks . . . are you sure he is tall? A. . . Dr. Gorham's' psycho worker . . . quarters Work the night before . . . game for anything. K I O N D A G A 60 -1.-f. ra . -'-T .. 4. an . mmfwcuzurfz-1:T.:s,u1:v.u::i:ui: .. h-.N ,U 1 9 4 Carol Flamenclorf That live-wire "F1ame', . . . Hearts- Cbroken and otherwiseb . . . the snappy gum chewer . . . "cigarettes, lighter, Where are you? . . . that daily post- card . . . knitted sweaters . . . one ofthe "can-can" girls . . . "You should live- so long." Joyce Forsythe "Oh, kids, there was a bell on the end of that rope!" . . . Arion prexy . . . Heaven scent perfume by the gallons . . . Alpha Psi . . . always there when you need her . . . "A blind date? Never ,M again. . . . Keukais gift to Wellsville Central School . . . "Oh, kids!" . . .. -.,- - , - ' i I I I ..f... f uI.l-L. ',,vJij-:Nd-5:.vtddbJ gunman "'-nnn:511.511 r.lnftnbitvl A ,, aw 141,444 wfiqgm. :wi-1'!f' 'W '51 "I"1'H, uaftflm XIX ' -Q LEFTQA13.-1 ml.:-'a'lHvSr'?1ne 'vu pslililofis A VIXOUHY' ,. , - ,, ....- , V - V -,., - -......,...., - --,-- - -- ...,. --.--',,, Y i , .,.: - T -4 -,..ik ,..,.,...- - -,,., A Y gfjjsf-"',..g-iq 4-s-1 "1'1""'V"""""'jJI-I , " ' ' 14 a f' ' , ' .' nn . fzfg- ftfihff, .,'Sf.'jI ,' , 5g'f'L. 'TER -g .fry . 'T -f ff uf 'TJ-.3 rig-I -'31 Sufi I-I Q' 1,-sj'jfL',n3fInf,5flff,h7T ggi? tr I ff 1 'l ' I ,,.-1,l,g-1:g -ind: dum-, . .V 5, ' . ..,5,1-.bL,.,.,q,,f,l,L,n4,-.pw . .-,f-f.--f ff- I-4:,dA3m5.,L,'v. , -wg: 5,5.5,:,q,4,4,. ,. - fp v,.v rx., m a 1 1 1, HHH- - 1 - ' - -L -... -su .- I . - . f . V V J, . ,,.., , , , 1- , V - ,mf-V mm-W-iq-1-1MW.-W1.fAWff.-ff-ffmxY-sw.,-,--Q-,. ,.-.,.... M... L. V . ., . ,,,. .,.. ., . . . , W. .,,. ,....... , M14 Miriam Foster Jeanette Gleick That director's job in Syracuse . . . so Typing and knitting speed demon . . . unpredictable . . . organ lessons . . . Penn Yan and popcorn . . . Junior that whooping laugh . . . "honest to Prom Attendant for 1949 . . . is there Pete" . . . Glee Club and Senior Choir a 41th for bridge . . . one a day vitamin . . Q. sailing and swimming on Jersey pills . . . Did I hear someone say, Long shores . . . "Mimi" . . . the Carnegie' Island . . . black handbag is the cause Set must be kept in order . . 4. those of the 7th black dress . . . musical awful bright socks. cigarette box . . . early morning crew practice. 62 - s- A' .. Ann Haggerty The Haggerty walk . . . is he a good dancer? . . . I guess I'l1 shine my shoes . . . New York styles . . . Junior May Queen attendant . . . energetic . . . hours in the dark room . . . fiction and fact . . . East Side New York stories . . . success bound . . . study hours from 10 p.1n. to 2 a.m. V! PIT' '1 -In xii' g,.4,., 4' 'E Hildred Harper Walks by the lake . . . "I love pooty cats" . . . Y. W. program chairman . . . dry humor . . . shares her home news- paper with every one . . . loves celery- platters full . . . take-offs on creative dancing . . . deep thinker . . . always dependable. v-- - -. ,ucwbsuu '-LLB: 63 I 1 1 1 5 ,, ., . . .. , . ..,- qv -f, - ' z' .Q " 4 -L 3'J'!T3LT'1:lEl5E"f . -,-M., I - -,,59:,1t,.,1,..,.cL..Lk.:J -' f ' M!z 1' 'flt1L'1S1't.L.h'l7.'1".l14r. .1i!d..f.fi1':'t. 11: -2-1 TEV. .1 -' 'N Pat Hogarbome "If anyone wants me I'm in the pub oHice" . . . one hour sleep required . . . yearns for "F ar away placesa' . . Where's the desk? What's a filing sys- tem? . . . the immortal 'QTangerine" . . . soup and sardines at midnight . . . Bible homework done in eco, eco done in adv. comp, etc. Mary Ann Katusak "Kit" . . . mother's cookies . . . "tears strolling down my face" . . . socks for Xmas . . . "I got it at another bargain" . . . a passion for nightgowns . . . "Oh, for a polkaw . . . another dress from home . . . "Kids, come in and see my bubble bathf' K I O N D A G A '1 1. la id I L L -- ,.+f"'f 1,-rr - e ' K -- 'fiv e v,f. ,,-1i.'e -tgp - f I U 1'1 -H 5 vin -sv g 4 ' ."nT'1: f""Tr'-:g'--:-'g-1---- f-.f-----w-,-- v. -..-. -. " 're if V-1 Mr.: .F5.u::.- 'ww 'vw--r L' 1w?'1f'.:m":"'z" '- A Dorene Kettle Gal with the giggles and a sense of humor . . . slow but sure . . . La Crosse games and "the boys" . . . public health posters . . . just a jitterbug . . . 49,ers minus one good basketball player . . . "my boy" . . . "Dodie" . pounding the keyboard with jazz. Carol Kruser Sleepingest gal around . . . "Thais life" . . . prayers for snow after memories of Weekend ski trips . . . hide the scissors or she'll be bald . . . "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow I'll be a social Workerl' . . . jazz programs . . . there's interest behind the boredom. 65 F 5. I , :bww 1-132 l r- wh Qadwbw WM -1- x Fl vi , ., 4 ,.----,--- , ,- 1 , ., . f. .-., - - .. ,- . Q..-'.fw rv.-P.".1-' 2 .-ni .1 -1. -.- . faqs. o 1 1 - . :GJ '.' 'L 4-1,- .a -, -. . , , ,- ay: ,il . -' J ' - - , 'G" blrJ . - 3J:,IIlr-r.", Ls. 2.7.6 ", . if ' 'dslg-nan-uvuu...',-gt ' 1211 u l2!.1J.:51: .nab .lu1.4E.'.J. J' -.,..-,- ,. .ru .1 f-' - . ly l Constance Lee Three cheers for the Irish . . . Geneseo . . . all nite cramming before exams . . . a wedding, that's the thing . . .Willing to talk with anyone at any time if it's not about schoolwork . . . "How bad can things get?" shamrock socks , . . coffee and afternoon snacks. K I O N L D A Mary Laura Lincoln "N ot Mary! but Mary Laura" . . . that humor . . . looks forward to those week- ends with Dick . . . when will the wedding bells ring? . . . day room . . . has been crossing the dates on the calendar for four years . . . more Latin . . . too bad she doesn't know how to type. G A q 'v-1 vi- 5- hum v if-1 ltd 'ws 1 la gsfgxup' ups L is-u .-ul: 'al'-xml: vii.-lilaii-4:4 5' M' "4" 'U . A. . - L. .. U.iq:-,,i.aaga.Li.-fiig, -R ,- .-.pimp ii.-rw, pnimza.-.--rar:--rm irq,-.g'.,.'-1-'1 f-1. -K'-:E 1.1-1ri:4rimif-r-v---- --1-fr-gf'---, --,Q , p-.-V-.-V.-1.g.,.q,f.g.-:--af .11--ww - N -, - V i ' -- X hw- ' - - - l--I f H--l--if ---1+w'1---lw--1- 1-1-13 iv 'Lf ff--wr? E- DM- -4 -- - 9. 'P 57' ,-"f if "" 31375 "'1Tf,..7.1,..71i.13i27f'f'f" 7'r77f'r5732-. 4-vm ' 1 Maclolin Littlewood Helen Lodor Twigill giggle . . . "Wish I could knit Frankly, it's Frank . . . Pub office cut- something besides pot holders" . . . up . . . Folklore fiend . . . "Don't go, Bill and Coo . . . "That's so funnyfi pull up a chair and 1et's chatter" . . . . . Bugs Bunny good-night kisses . . . nightly bath tub queen . . . Wanted: midget model dream home . . . dining one gravy ladle . . . English school room made milkshakes . . . visions of marm . . . "It's quiet hoursn . Visual aids in education . . . pseudonyms "Mother', Lodor. supreme. 67 ta " 3 . . .- . - . - . -wp-fa 4 -.7x'yv.q g, 2 l .-' 1 I -'1v..I "--"-'fl-'v'1'u'a'1"-1'xf r11'1Hf,fif.'ii'5lf191-5,.!5'5'ieL' 'J-JI akin .waht 1 Vt ul. x. 1Js.il':i-dill " 'uslullllifbli itwnuuifuf "lk-UllllT.'r "7fill1-114kuvsk'--r'f-f-I "7-f "'w ' 'A-n.L.1'L .!,:.i.n-nn.A.n..1n.g f. 4 1 - .- a 1 ' ' f --'- - - - f ' ' -. --.-.-- - .,-,.. -.-. - - -r- --P '- "fi " " 'P rn -'VJ' 'I 'W'T"J:m"T'ul""-'A'i-M., l a '7'fUn.F 1. 1 I IR-il.uEq'P?'f"'7"1 1 : -' '1!fi-fluannnlf'-7: '-OTT'-f.4 . u rg eilg-yqJ'v1f1nvT54'1'3 ' WK ' f U .vi 1' " ' g lo nh' .4 "' " ' 1 . 1 n. Q gud A ! l Phyllis MacArthur The little " enerali' . . . a fre uent E q visitor-the "Morris Jalopyn . . . "N ot that red coat again?" . . . "Ker-choo" she's at it again . . . their first piece of furniture, the radio . . . "Did the Syracuse paper come this afternoon?', . . . long engagement. .lean MacGregor Beat from Geneva Weekends . . . "I'll do it next week" . . . proud owner of Scotch legs . . . those eyes make up for that Weather beaten hair . . . "Oh, to be a minister's wife" . . . anything goes in music . . . moods change like light- ning . . . "that telephone." K I O N D A G A 68 h www Q ,SUD "i n 1 411 s vw --1 ,I-fglpg arg glad' Egkkqh all? l 'Vial ' 'HNTP 1' D+' l A W ir W 'G 3 7' . , ..1 . .. -. .' qv. . 414.5-I.p-31-,Li,'i43,.'j iffr.2.5 ':5.r'1' 'NT''5Lq"'T.'?pfxS'IaT'f?fiif'17.-.' g '3 7-5, -.s -in 3,1-'vw'-yt '1 "1"-f -5-5-L-.-.--.-, -v -- 'Q-1-.--vw-'-r -"nf"-"1 'nav -T- .. ,. ...-if . - - 1-V' -' -x A - -- ' -' -F - -I----': ' - I l-'2w.-2ll-'l'1:-A.'un-. - - Ella-'Sf-Ell-'ll'-:il rffvlf dlfik 'his lrulahbilv' 'f' ' 1 - lv Q- r .ll ' 1 ,' l latin' X' 'ui M11 -4,f.l,f,fif 4'1" TTW' WLS: vi mlyx' "5" Marion Macdaicl True social worker and the gift of gab to go with it . . . knit 2 rows, rip 1 row . . . Excuse me, I have to study French . . . swims like a 1'ish . . . a good word for every one . . . don't do today what you can do tomorrow . . . "Marnee" i . . . a good listener . . . Oh, kids what a music lesson. . fr 'r vw-ev Hd fvwf-wvdf '1 Hr' 4-vnu.: w 1 Barbara Manzella Hails from Brooklyn . . . speeches about her experiences down in the West Virginia Mountains . . . before sunrise crew practices . . . "Who didn't drink her milk?9' . . . "I am 'the Church' " . . . late hour gala sessions after a date . . . crescendo organ player, she has to hear herself. V 2 2 69 . ... . - b -W - - v 1 :----rv-rvn ffxfxvzw . , L ,. - L . ,,-,f,-,-, . .- ,-Vg -. . .- 1 1Mr,q-p..--,q-www -1'.-'1'l'1- -g'1'-ffgvlvfbrz-r1':' 0'-'f -"'--AH Q '-A'-- --- L:-1:1"" ,L in Gliulautiu-.ut.ht ui s, -'-'ni -.fu-.'-m-1.1ubd:,u.b.Gsi-44uGu4.4i.iln:sfsli.TT.'E1l1'i.'5l2IlQ1.'iJ'a1T.'1I.-3Jffa-a....uuL..Lf-..4'.!.J.!4-rL..i.i.i.in .:.4.n...i.m.-n.'.-L. -- +. -ww - g ' ' -A V -' ' ' " -"A "H" ' ' 11 -we-was-" " if Q r'wmvf2?fF:.?'.1?'1f--ev ,T-fifitfFrfz:'vfff:Tfcf11?iaannnHCS WI"-BM 'WWf'Wf'W+T'tW'+W"WWF " 54,4 if , J 51,55-.,,',-.h.5,4, 1, ,', . .,,.1- .'-.1 pa .- 1- - - A v - ' ,,,,,g, 1, A-I . V , 'A -1.-fl " Alice Marci Berta's on the phone . . . "Oh, that Botanyli' . . . china dog collection . . . coffee in the Buffet . . . History term papers . . . enthusiastic sock knitter . . . weekends to Utica and Elmira . . . hours in the Reading Room . . . expert swimmer . . . Howers, flowers. Betty Marshall Early morning cold showers . . . the never-ending unknown in chem . . . the little brown friend . . . "Malaguena" with Betty at the piano keyboard . . . the rolling hills of Cornell . . . the effi- ciency chemist working madly, furi- ously and expeditiously . . . patient to the end even with french coffee. K I O N D A G A 70 ' 7 'l i A un w ,gli 41 gunfuip-'ifr' umm 1-ui-vu pw 'Aim LM, 'r u , if -... :. .. -- - -- -- - ' ' j , K V ' '1-'f-'ff 'i filiifi 'H 'A - 'U 1-7 yi!-'VH iiilplifihl-g17.':Tii?aZ ff?" -,'.1-GQ 'FTWUI 'GT iii' T, 1LQITZig'iLiD1Y"i' "T.p.'jIg'g"1"'-'g 'N' "rg ri'-':-17 ---:v,,1.'23n1'-r',:.' 571' ' 'r- . . .H , 4. 4. , . ..,. , .V .J , , Y, 1 . 1.- .., . pw . .M L. , .,. . .-.5 VL- . . .z,:,,.,.1,,fg,1,4,,l,H,:,. L 3, .Y,:51v1f.,:, 'U TZ. 4 I- I ' 1 ffm sd? Jkf H313 ivkhizt-p - xgnhh hrfif :x,1:Z::n:iEf,.i:,Tf2.fH,, :-,l.5,,S-n .av Q. ' vim :Sf 5 , Judy Marshall Inez Mayer Keeps that baby face with Jergens Big blue eyes . . . tiny feet and shoe lotion . . . animal patter . . . Judyis in a bargains . . . "I must have my cup of mood . . . "Sleepy time gal" . . . Known teai' . . . "My hands, Miss Mayer!" as Dagmar in Arion . . . "Ah! a shrimp . . . the nurse with the too big heart . . . cocktail" . . . future ideal spells India naive, but with a sense of humor. . . . "Chopsticks,' . . . big blue eyes . . . hockey manager and basketball player. " 71 -. . ,,, -. 5 'sf' ' . '.!' un.-u.n.nh . i -- .yu ,-.15 sn. aJv.d123,5.lJ. ','5-yigsfldiqlni, . 'Z-TT.'U1l?17.:.1l "'21'UilT.." 'Till-2721-CJK-JJZLQQZTLHZZL .1:i1Df:QIV,".:5!Il1.., -ILTJQD 1 -N V -' - 2'-' " "' ' ' 1--. rw- -- 'gr w-v-Q f WT.-r-r-I-'-v-v tr' , YT". , ""' r 'ni'hW1f'f-v'!"'v"1'v ' """"' "'f'1 'f - 'V""""""" """"'15 """" 'T 37'-"FT F"f "ff "' "75'3'Li-l""' 'I A7 A T m wi. Hwfff fn fffffvfir ef ' - e - - - -' ',-,yd ,L,3,4,L -.v. '. s . .. . . -' -- - ' f 'Nl' 21" ur-qlflfrl-'I V "J 1' Jeanne Mazzin Wit, pranks, and jokes . . . "Fm from - Boston and proud of it" . . . Arion- "The play's the thing!" . . . shoes . . . Kappa Phi . . . Famous for her five-day Weekends . . . "Kids my date was out of this World, but not far enough" . . . Red Jacket . . . Back to God's country, a career, and . . . ? 72 Ann McMullen Collection of snap shots, curios and just plain junk . . . radio news com- mentator . . . how she loves that top bunk . . . "Oh, fish!" . . . a monopoly on shoes . . . a closet stuffed with clothes . . . anthropology bug . . . Hawaii or Alaska for the future. l l X rg .V .1 91 'D x vu 1- x. lc l ,slag xx 0,361 mfiJtuJ1llff'x-k K-ffl 'fkpgf-1l'v l J vmfunx- " " u-if-' Tilt. Sh' 7' l' 2 - . , . . -w-SLM-'fy-ib1'fi1-Wifi?'45, 'T 1 3-f-wk' 1-'ii In--if-1'ia-i:ilC-EH.,zr.rfqs6s?a72i"1iQn-11:-':c"': Tfu "' 'I . n.1"::1'ft in-rw'--1.-'fwg-'H---, '--v-v , ---1----.-1.-g.,:1-r:---.-'ni' N f-'-- -- 1' l at W- - --MW1.--sir.. Q. ii. .... m..:v.,f.--ww . , . mr 'U 4.'z,T7'L"L' : - : ::,..:::J:f--fmrl'l,vw:.rre.-:rv-xnxx: -.asus .loan Merrill Dorothy Michaelis Speeches on India . . . perpetual emo- Athletic Association for activity . . . tion . . . lifesaving techniques . Summer tans and a Jones' Beach fan "yike" . . . letters from everywhere . . . . . . Sampson to Utica in one short field 6 a.m. crew calls . . . "Golly, for a period . . . "Guess what Kids?" . . breezy room" . . . O.R. nurse 4 . . yellow long, thick tresses . . . begins her effer- roses . . . dancing again . . . an idealist vescent chatter with "Hi kids!" . with faith . i. . back to India in the I future female lawyer. future. ,V U. .. . ,. -V. .-.-.,-.-.-w---- uv ppp. I I A , I , , I , . ..-,4-iq-wff.'.-vv-wfe'o'r1'ff'.-1-x-11'm.- 'um uvw.- f't':11'v'i'1"-1'f:-L-111:11-' A:--asf' 1-f-1 - fs'- uU:,LLLq-,A5,,,,,.,,,,,1.4,,,,.,i,.,L,.,,.. t ,M,wg,-.-g....i..pw.1.3.3.p.y4.1op-.gf-df-1!c:M.li.TT.'U1l7J'1.:1.'f.!.lp.n.s.s..:.m.i.4f, . -m.l--,-..i..-.,.t.-i.i.L1.-vi -.44.1- A-I-L -I-L Ml? 'f'T"'f'Z' ' PQ'lM"v'v1'v 'v-v-r -v-1 w h a , ..Tui'S'7 - f'?!".1w- 1 -h- '1'v'i57"'TF'1?V"1"1 . " "'i'! ' ui ' - 'F'-', .a li " I T3 rv e 1 'f513T""?'F'Fn '5T3T""7ni"f'T""f'Ni W ' "'I""'l""Lf"i u s P A 'B ,W 3-'T-lr:""x??:' 'i'l"u'lJ' 'gli'-M L1 ' - ,o' ,YL''ffl'--l:v!"5"1f!fa'--K-LT"L""3'f?"T"1"f"?SL flifklilflilelfblnaplfar'flu flu- ,, ..13n.':.Llt-3:.f4f"'T' s 'V -I-'--L' TL s ' ' - ' ' ' " "' " , n,-,.,1.v uf V - , ,4 A' 1 1 .' i- - -- - .awww JM,L,,,m,1,, ,.Q..i.4,,, ,na mf E Gloria Misurelli Can pack a suitcase with room to spare . . . Wanted: a sure cure for poor spell- ing . . . mania for cutting hair . s. . skirt zippers are her Waterloo . . . debut in H red tights and a brass drum . . . "All I want is a Packard!" . . . "all we need in this room is an easy chair." 74 Lois Moulton Early to bed and early to rise . . . an aunt . . . Whose got my typewriter? . . . weekends home . . . speed demon . . . dining and dancing . . . "would you want me to color your snapshot?'9 . . . neatness . . . professional dignity. 1 I .3 W 'J l 1 vm li 'Lis--up pm. li-u Xe-2 'V whim-vw: YJ 5 M" lf L. X , ' ' L'Qq'l'y-QJJPMF.if-f'li, " 111:-iii: 1.ib'3h-fvgry ibfilQQi1'.--GT,UTQLYHEF' 1'-"Q i.7,5.R5f7Tl-'T-IH Hfmlf,-7R1Tif'TL5 'LTFT' "T,a'if4?'T1'-"LA, 'Q' 'F . T"1"'1? , ., -,. . . .4. .malt-,.1,,. ,.... .-.m..1..n . .f..g.-.. ,,,4,u.m.3g3,3,,,,,x,,,,,,2,,,. ,.-,.4,.,1,?5 5f,Z,,.,,..4M4 , . 'un '.,, , e:,u?9,!'Q?,T,"' H VJ: 307135: Hildegard Muhlnickel Late lights in the lab . . . "What's the name of that tree?" . . . the red-headed Woodpecker . . . "Pm going to join the French Foreign Legion" Q . . designs own patterns for knitting . . . practical jokes . . . "My little brothersw . . . Basketball, oh, that floor is hard. Helen Nasmith Those honor societies . . . slow boat from China . . . "I just love hot choco- late" . . . Glee Club prexy . . . future missionary abroad . . . thoughtful ap- preciation . . . brought down the house as "Maizie" . . . Library quiet hours disturbed by rustling newspaper. , . .. . . , . . 1 r' 1 0 ,I , 1 ,' Q- V V ' h-".' Al1l'f f-"l14l . .- - f 1 1 1 . 4:33333-rgLQ'u'1Q2Q',1f," P' -T:2S.gq.'2T.2uU-faiS1L21!..Li"'V' 21131 g..5l1. . A.11... .41 --J. J. n. ua. -. is-A '1,3,g-uuhkvg-3-by-buh 1"1-' T' H- 11' f-1-v-yn Q---nf-H '1pT""STZ'I"'fL"""Fi'T'T' "'T1f571'T"'T'3'5F'W""'?T""'T'!'?""""1'f"1"l 'NTT' , RHP? T" T""T? ""r?iT7n x 'T'7 13"-T-3?T"'T g' '-'1""""1'J"'LiP-"' "T-TT1""""'l?'f""i5?2'!7f'TA" 'D .1 vi 1-n1i1gfiQ.:f,,gg3,'1,g,.m:,ffpkm A I go-twvi,-gcf4.f1q',":2,rj,Lflfj.L.,.:hL:,.:,'.c.:I,::ithihmiil .149-1A3,4:.g1L::-TM A-nrjma f I. J -ftmgchhfai-41 -h.Q .fsV..4,, r.- , 11 1 . , hm... -.- V vm., . W.. ,U N... J ,ul ,.,..1,x. . - , H- ---v H ,' . 4 '- , -a 1 '- - ' ,aan uW,,,,, 1, pfq 1 la. 4 ww Marcia Newman Neva Newman There's a ring on her linger . . . "I Class president . . . "How about an guess I'll cut my hair" . . . Old Forge apple?" . . . you can tell a Harvard and the Ford . . . "Look at the Hender- man . . . meticulous . . . that skunk son cartoon!" . . . impulsion . . . early collection . . . future self-improvement curfew . . . Alpha Psi . . . constant plan . . . dance chairman . . . records 1 chatter . . . the efficient housekeeper . . keeps to her schedule . . . Hamlin . . . home and career. . . "Good-night, chicks." L ' 76 X . . .-Lg-. .. . gg-.,.q:A.ii-Gja,ai,I'1S. if 'A ,yi 'lp a,.,g-3.,j-f-:gqg- :-gg:7'-rr'7psfjgi:f3inq15fr.f.zfnpg.5:.Q9ut-1,243itsQyhtjkiif-Tru?fxiigiizgsiilf-'.!T"o'!BT'.iiI5':Ti'2TE:QfgE,'?i"'-fijg'-EQ'-Zvga-vj72:1ff-ivfizh ' ' - -"' 4- - -. ' - . -uf' .n. .1.... .'1 ' f., -' ,--f -.r 1 v.' 'gaud- ..u. ua. an.-1. on an-1 1, Mary Lou Pfeffer Helen Plouski Friday-go-to-forum tie . . . getting the "Oh, he's so cutew . . . bus trips to point one hour later . . . midnight baths Geneva . . . "You just don't under- . . . twirling hair for concentration . . . stand him, kids" . . . letters by the free Niagara tours . . . fair play-good score . . . shoe collection . . . West- player . . . any weekend-any season- chester county . . . loquacious. Watkins Glen . . . heart-of-gold . . . "Would anyone like to split this with mef' I H ,Fm-F ,,,,,..l,,,,.1,,,,..,,,,,-,.,.,.. , ,-,-,, ...,,,,.,.,'.- . 1.qb,,..,-A-.-,,1.,.,.,..,.,.,.-,.,.,E5,i.i5igL.i,5:q-j3.:,:':.L1a !Z.!I!Z!Tmr.Li1F7' ,,1,.,,.,15Q. 9 L F -Q-Q'..s.-sa-Q:,3,5.pj559.14Qef-il5gdsJys...Je4.1.'- f Q..Lbs.s45uw4341ws-snub-Laser.--enlrgaa.. I..-i..u...,1.-i...r..-.-0 1 Alice Richardson Elinann Roberts Sleepless nights in the chem lab . . . "Ellie" . . . Canterbury prexy . . . "My crocheting While the rest of the World Word and honor!" . . . the perfect social knits . . 4 wedding bells ring in the fu- Worker . . . "Bring me a s'prise!,' . . . ture . . . quiet . . . A1 X A1 :A12 . . . Utica's Chamber of Commerce . . . "Where did I put my mittens?" . . "And my brother Jack" . . . that well- afternoon naps in the day room . . . groomed look . . . never-ending appe- "I don't have any clean socks". tite . . . Witty, wise, and Wordy. K I O N D A G A 2- -'-H?i1y"?f Z." I " 'V 'ji "T TE"--jf.T?"'r'f' , ,"-QT..-'3'1TlD"ff'l ' 1 if ' W H 1 xl 1 1 vm-pp gb tw, ry pu gl .a nag 1 pq u , I I w A 1 . N ,,. ,. P ,:"":71'4" " 3 F1--1" -v---v-L-'ww---' -v vs A v,v,- -,-,nr ' ' -r - -,-- ,-71-1 H1- K N N V 'UH' -V lf"l1 il' L--- 7 jlfizldl 1 ' -'Q-4n.H4,g:4f 4. ,vpdi-pifdgrvin-p-.lyvg1pg.-34.5HIL..,:y,,.,1,,'I2,:,ltfgfff'g,l.-,,L2,f,,.5 'SZ',.1TfQ, ,, Q,?l'v1-3 ' g ina Emi ,wru'ff-fmL4"if'.mL,Iff .T25!fR2C,,'7" 7' r ' - - ' ' -1-'- '-'-'I . - .n,. - n-, 1 in -U' ' - I. ' L. .'A-L.-'.TJd-1- nv-1' neva -3 '- Sally Ann Rowe ,lames III and the house on the hill . . "Hey you all, I'm Miami bound!" . . . Harcum transfer . . . Red Jacket Editor . . . Parties and perpetual so- ciety chairman . . . Kappa Phi . . . Wedding bells in J une . . . endless puns . . . "This new stuff does Wonders for my hair." l --- - - - I-1-4 --- of f ff 'Yl"-H'4.!Tf1!. . .w..vf-:mr-ze Carole Scott Long bridge sessions . . . that red head nurse . . . six months in the guest room . . . burns the midnight oil-not for studying . . . blue-rimmed. glasses . . . one of the "can-can" girls . . . star boarder of Richardson 210 . . . busy fingers with piano and knitting. 1 nm- saw .41 un 1. 5-s. bkvbblgb 1.n.u.. eu. ...i..a....ux.n..s...-A, 1- 4. ""'-1- V 'L , "1'1 4-.4 5. - . W . . I " ' ' -L: .V " I X A I I H I - 1 In f ' A , Q ' ' 1 I F 'I V ig , , ,wx '.,, K, .,.,4p,n za... - ,uE.,..-LL t,,..u1,2i gg.,-gyy nfvin- U.. .f -. 1--ilililx. 'sl fu is-54-.1 la .n,.ul, . ,-.v. .N A- U1 Lf: --1 . , . I-ki , .-ug-sf E- ll!-.L . , . 91, lv 5- v . we 4-1 " ' '. I ul' -'-'4""'4 ""L"""""' '1'U""' LLRA' L' N Barbara Smith Tinkling of Wedding bells . . . "Accord- ing to Freud" . . . That green car is here again . . . subtle humor . . . "Am I on duty again?'7 . . . preparing for the future With driving lessons . . . snip, snip, snip, another of her short cut victims. .lean Smith Rural Parish work . . . "I have so much to do, but I think I'11 do my resting first" . . . Syracuse transfer . . . that punster . . . any kind of ice cream at any time . . . churchmanship chairman . . . "Sorry, but may I have some wa- terl' . . . calendar headaches. K I O N D A G A i' 1 ls M -1.-l J is fu- s -s 'X 'AJ "T" '1- in 'l Q L., vnu PMI ll vu .-sr if kill vvviitdvllryir A-62.1 wir' 'l - ., K , . 4.-,,a',.g,..f 4- ,rg.: '15, " V 3 1.54 L ..--1... pig.a52L.'.-,:r,'.:.5:ta:g:'"I -' .i'.f.':?:i":'JT 11-. :I '-T11 7,5-":rir'DQutf"f' ,. "T .':?7'r'i'I"' . '-'vw ,, . "'f-3'g's---a-V1-was-:.:.1immm- T' , . . , ., - . 4.-.1.f-pun flu.-I yu - . . ,.g. ' . .-.-1,-..1.,,m.x-11-'. ...p ..1,Jf- V- --..-Jq,,,fl.2,,.,q.,,. 4 ,. , B, 'A .,,',-U .riff .I .Z,7,7," , ,Jw ", T-, 'vvgfg-w -Inq... .g.g.5,r, ' - V ' - 1 - I 1 ' , ' 1' 'w .ia .,1,- - 1 r.- ,, . 1 nn... vfn.Ja'1.s.a.-..4..4-454.1.4-4.nuam-Lexan-5-A.: .. .'. ., .- "9Z'v'?'lN-uu-4.:.4.nuq-uA-s- v Amaryllis Sponagle Ann Sprague "Fm Conchita Banana" . . . the new Abolish 8 o'cloeks . . . Arion's treasure arrival Deborah Dale . . . Arion today, in purple tights . . . red hair . . . sock-a- Broadway tomorrow . . . nightgowns year girl . . . explored Egypt . . . "I . . . "This is WKCW signing off" . don't care if the roses are wiltedi' . . . makes records and even made crew . . . sleepitis . . . small towns . . . simplicity toasted "heel'7 for breakfast . . . effer- . . . a future self-improvement plan . . . Vescence to the boiling point. "If I only had more time to play the piano," . . . . . ,- . K.- .-. ,- - ,.- r . ,- , -f.'1"-'vm'--' '1 ' 'i1'lf-"Yf?!i:?'5'5-if 5 . K Mc R ., - -HL-w.G.'h,5-,V ,,,g.,4Jg.4,,.g.,U1,'2T,'121iT" f" " " HJ1Jilflfii:-'JJJHQJJJL-.l.g-.J43Lf22.:,,1L11"JL1!f:-. .:..!fl1.'1Y'11....4..n-.:. -.. ..-J ,g., ..,.-.,. ,'., 7 . - , .-H ,WMA , , .- . - Mary .lane Steele Feathercuts after vacations . . . Queen Midge . . . life is just one big giggle . . . keeps Bill supplied With socks . . . a supporter of the "New Look" . . . ten oiclock curfew ends with nightly letters . . . practice for the future as senior class secretary. 6 Therese Stephenson Trips to Ithaca for a morale builder . . . searching, seeking for antique cups . . . specializes in afternoon naps . . . famous for her back rubs . . . to be able to cook spaghetti at any time . . . Psychiatry . . . scientific planning of drawer-space. K I O N D A G A 1 . . - - .V . A -sie-fl-vwiwfff'NA " 2 fs- Kirin--i'2'v-in:zmzwuiffffssrsrei'mars-1'-1-ZSBTXELIJT-T-truck?-It -Q12,216RiaTai-Wir-IVWAEW3'-'-47-I'-1:3273-1?-'Ji'-s'!T31'.I:'f"ZI""'WWi"-T-211'T---Wwfvv 1- ,- .,. . , . ,. . . . x. . ... - ' -W -l -N-W '- "Ul99-1 in-r-Pl .- -, . A'-V-H '.l '-,-.- - da!-in A ' 1 -I-',.-4 l , . -' . ' LL- ' , t V 4,1 ,Ip I iff . fbsaegfl, gd:-I-1' . .1-q-lollp t A .. , it . ,. ..:: 1- . M . .l....Lm " "mf.V.t..ln' f'1:2'.zf:::1:::,r,-,- "'f""""i.2:l:: ""'t:lT.f2f+r.i..1f2'.2:L""'f """3::"-,"""f' .k..f::,....:g.,:zf: --I ' A .loan Strauss Tuesday' night pub office . . . Wednes- day dates which begin at noon and end at midnight . . . let's find a fourth for bridge . . . what does Penn Yan have that Keuka Park doesn't have? . . . an able stunt director . . . piano playing before the lunch bell. nm-4.-w J-...Q -uma-4-an s-wm.m-.girl 'W' 'P vw v 1 sw Eliphal Streeter Cigarettes for sale . . . whereis my iron- ing board? . . . ready advice . . . fre- quently in the "Arms of Morpheus', . . . "Hal" . . . Who's going to town for Keukonian ads? . . .iwilling to play bridge at any hour . . . "Reserve books go out of the library at 8 p.m." 83 ' , I W . . 1 , . . . .. -,. -.-- , , ,- 1 ...-.- 1-.4-.-.'1'.-'l'x'1 bv' -'v-1-'fr-'.'!':"'-'-'L 1 I A M H -I W , , H, ,, ,, - .. ., ,,, . I, ,.,. V, . pw. -'i 1 g'v'1-vw f .J 'T '1-vu Q04 'f'.'1Q'l'51, - 3' ...w.,.... ..... L .-..-- c1:4!1..'1ff1" l''12ilTlUi1IJL:J14-uisLilC.ALa,- Q ur. l ii---v-ks-Gllgrlliwbai-Q-:bd-,-'Quail-fdnnfll'u..i.'f...5.-x.m.....u-,'.i.f3-.m..s4x--,-..Q.l.. L ....s..-. Li Mi, -. EFN E .vFr:. J I --' I Alicla Tait The chimes are ringing . . . excitable to the boiling point . . . Senior house party brings back memories . . . little Miss efficiency . . . a pug nose that doesn't snub anyone . . . those mis- taken bar exams . . . bracelet with added charms . . . the non-daily vita- mins ABCDE pills . . . Chuckis right hand girl. Joyce Treble "My hair's too long!" . . . week-end dancing keeps her S.R. high . . . knit- ting her own ski sweater . . . own home made chocolate cake . . . expert fund raiser for Antje . . . records for enter- tainment . . . energetic in sports. K I O N D A G A nu-cd 'v sl U'Z1ve'h-vvi"iVm v '13-nv Tw ml TF' 'U' WW 14- if 3. u lpqfwag ,sq-mrwu a.m. pn-nm ad ' myduveifx u".'Q,,,. Hfff Mr' l My i , x , ,. . --Shi--'R-y-ii-155.557Ui."' pV..,.,y,-.via-a-2 fmnozL.'..,1:f.vs5:mi'4:,v+:gnas- : if-:-f'-: . -.5"TT -QTY if'-9 .41, m mm'-'. - -15-ru-g-3-I--1-wi --Q-:fm-.nw w w:-v s.: F -i - H 'L ------1-1-W-W-------I---- -1'--'-a-+-1-i. -- va- f-v w-f+',,:3:w:2:-1- . A: . I-'..::f +1 .- , b fi: , .f-1 -xiii,....5t.n1:u:2'2Iif"-strut Margaret Underwood Rides in the Buick . . . quiet, but some of those remarks . . . three years is too long . . . noon library meetings . . . prospective wedding . . . day student . . . her divine apple pie . . . is never in a hurry . . . reserve. Joan Van Keuren- F ire! Fire! Complete with red night- shirt at 2:00 a.m .... surplus of stuffed animals . . . keep those Kis 011 your plates straight . . . just one darn sweater after another . . . majored in sports and minored in studies . . . Oh? for an ad in Kiondaga . . . Girl Scouts, here I come. , ,. W faqpr. A , .amd 85 . . - - - v - - f . - . 'rv'v'v'r'l'1'.'Q'I"""' 'l'l N. . - ' - ' ' ' 'J,-..-' " '. -.- - -- L ' . wuwu.-v'lr:.-1 - .. , , . . ...V . , .- -vm-,nw 1'-vw'-'-fi" L-"':'-'1-1-was-r. 'am .fra -J v'1"""'u'f'-.!QL.m1L..-,- .. . ifflililiiiEliflilililiifiii-1-iQtJ'nlL. La 4. n. H Jmlslg.Sli!nisifllulgil-'-1--l-'f.Ll'Lff.1QEfl'K:.flf.Kl5l-x.1.s...-AHJIJ.-3-gm.14-fx --1.1--u..-:----I-I-5-I-I1 44-1-SL 'L flilI?f.l?. l l l l ' 'l Il ,. M ll wi ill l T I 1 3 1 w l w l y l ' l I ll li lil Natalie van Laer it "Blue Eyesi' . . . "Jan, it's time to clean the roomw . . . nightly letters to y Bob . . . checks and balances for Co-op l l 'w , Government . . . "Bumpo" . . . Wed- 1 ding bells in June . . . tall tales with a I straight face . . . living the Weeks for 2 weekends . . . Senior Council member I . . . driving lessons and long Walks. l l 1 .lean Vaughn From "Bich,' to the day room . . . Mrs. Vaughn . . . Saturday pin curls . . . the joke teller . . . future home on the hill over looking Penn Yan . . . "Butter- ball" . . . going to miss the bus some- day because of her farewell kiss . . . in need of sleep. , K I C N D A B G A t 86 ' l all l El qw i 1 .. . : .... .. - . .--. . ,L . -1 - 1. N - - Ailli-"1 ".-F1-FFP' Ui. 't 554.-la'v'f.'r'ii--"E-o17':ibF'ERR-i'T.?fT"'?V'i"fTG? 15,2-2'?"T2' 'Y'd7'lT- ' 'TU 4.-5"'f""T"' 'T 'l" "" "'I "" ' "Fl" ' - """"1""'i'0'WfV"?'if7fiiq-7375"'iTf 0 . il., , . , ,,,: A , ,- ly- , , 'Q x-2 , .-5 if --,-wi im-1-glilkelx.-viiq-n: - ii. ----ylwqlll'.':wp.1,:1,u'i.1rpf.1,.,i::i3ii:,-Jgfwiflnyu-a,En:1f55,,i,f3!1g1 ay.. Je E ul-P' ivlfu gr' Fujii ,,gfh'ff121-2-"'4f1'5fnv4-r-'-4:11,-,. I-l-4-Exllqiufii A. y - - - - A A, - - A ----lf.-fx 4.1. -un -1--ofa asA.uw.n-mfv','.'.f .- - ..n.m.J 1 .-". .1 .--,A-Q. use . i 4-.e .- ' i.iA..i.i.u4i!..fIZl.,.l!lT'f'?Tf127? .'! T . . ' .-v :uc-mv, ubluf-fi-4 5' -ovcrmznlsilfir-L wi:-uma-is-4..l ""' V 'V V H-Yr PL Patricia Waring Aims to toe the five foot mark . . . lives in Hill-Billy Lane . . "Haven't a worry in the World" . . collects "Patty's Piggien banks . . . constantly being taken as a Frosh . . . endless search for shoes, size EBM . . . her heart is bigger than she is. Marion Wheaton Strong Hall gal . . . "Oh, for some quiet hoursi' . . . off-campus weekends . . . social studies teacher-to-be . . . spur of the moment enthusiast . . . droll humor . . . appreciation for symphonies . . . why do we have to have rules . . back stairs for snacks in the kitchen. 87 . .,.-..,..- ff 'r . - V 7' I , ,. . R ., . ..- -.. ,uf -u.. ,- 1 1..-snifgfzq-'H1'v'Yl'.'1'.-1'if'-'vi-gr' 13' M ,H Q yr' """1' " I . . . , .. - .. - ... . .- -, - F- - vw- - 1'r"- -.'v4xem'wm- -1:-vw. V1'l'1"-"-1'1" 2157" -G '-.. - "'--QL '-- mu., ..4J-1-- 1-r-L k-1---'-L '- iL1:'iZ4'4J.1l?"il1L'lilTlUi1LsJl15-hillulif.L: .'4:'1lmJ.L3J f- 5 fl -'H-5-,.villfiflosiffilcsvxf-'U:-3,l.ys...v.v.s...-Ic.i.u..-1.--1.s.a..,s.-,-.g,,-.,s.1L -, - 1. 1 ff W44 7W 3 547' '3-7'7" 'am 4 I-Jilin. 'ULDs-4 "'Ii'TP'5an ro N 7, 7 .qn-1-v-1-v ff-wa' 'r I ,,, ,,,, M, , -1 fi- ,fgrrig A. '57,-.7 -af-nw-.'-we 5-H+ -vu - -W---Q.-.-. -----a- --.--.-,,,------- - . -,.. - . I ,4--4 1 I 1 l I . A . l- -, , , V . ..,J-1.-- 1.45, ,gg -fp f. I l.g, .V rug, ur vi rs un gn. .qfpg-y:pT3yuv .l-- - quf. M , ,-. ., w 'fly-48-:lf-f""'-'T!""9'4-9' ' f'5"'l.l'4'7:l"'l""""l'f "l"'lf. "l3f'J,I5 'lJs.r..a-.i.m.a,'l1.P-1-4 .ui fawz.lr-n-n.u.f.4 - ..m-I I-'-'M I ' .,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,m,.,.,.. ..., , ,..,,s.,,..,,..,,..-.,.....-..T...m - Mary Louise Willover Dansville field period contacts . . . knit two, purl two . . . "Ye Gods! another poster!" . . . Argyles for sale . . . Dreams of Lohengrin in July . . . "Save that coupon" . . . Ten pounds of plaster of paris for my lamp, please . . . Twig's twin . . . the aromayof Toni permanents. KIONDA 88 G Mariorie .lean Wolff Psychology Tests in every available corner . . . her constant companion, the 'typewriter . . . "Tall-stories" of her ex- Wac days . . . human alarm clock for suite 307 Rich . . . third floor telephone custodian . . . gigantic "Soc" term papers. A 1 9 4 9 'ITF 7 WB Da v11PPv'?f,9wv':' A Q. "3uf?-Bmw w-F15-w"1:n,:1"t . m.l,rY,, W 1-.Jr 4 Q- i 'wx J: i- Y- 7 ,j-.' I ' 'mi -kia-gb'1His'13.-i'1,-gfp?inDiL.L4','i?QM?-""'j""q?.,.'-Q ig f"11 fri: 1,1 iii--Q-1 -, of-. -, -I-.-Y..-1 -V-3 '- --..,., ,V -V . . . . . . . . . ,. --.,J.,,r.,3 .-,..,,.., q,.,,:1. .fm ,. I 4 ,,,..,.:p.2' ' .- I,,.,i ,Lv , ,,1,,,,',1L:,,lf':,,,,.,,,1,,j,,:z,,,,,,,QQjf,,,,, H L' -Q 1, J w:H'?ii:'f:i52 J ' - - --1- I - - -.. nn- . .. -ff'..' 5 Through Senior Specs Continued from page 47 breakfast next morning was a just reward for our efforts. Soph Hop next, Enchanted Forest . . . our first responsibility as a class . . . so much painting and planning! The first time we had Andy Grillo . . . thanks to Katie Lettas, he proved to be quite the sensation. Soph stunt followed . . . another trip, this time to Russia . . . start of Alida and Marge's famous duet . . . poor Forsythe climbing the Russian "steppes" during the show . . . Doris and "Skinny" Soley ballet- ing it . . . Krue and her famous accordion . . . Mazzin and her ad libbing as the Russian waiter . . . Van Laer and Beatie Pitcher this time as the Russian bear . . . last but not least-"We Went to the Russian Fair." And remember our pride when we wore our '49 sweat shirts . . . the Big-Little Sister ban- quet at the Benham . . . what a laugh we still get remembering how Forsythe upset the whole college by ringing the bells on second Ball . . . meetings at night on second floor alcove . . . the start of class reunions and farewells in the Buffet . . . AA banquet song "When We Wore Our Big Baggy Gymsuitsi' . . . a song for every occasion, big or small . . . when the sprinkler system broke down in Rall and we went to work as a rescue crew . . . our pride of Aileen Bardwell as the efli- cient secretary of Co-op Government . . . how sad we felt when we realized we wouldn't be seeing any more of Soley, Flossie Zobel, Shirley Bates, and the rest of the two-year students . . . our fond farewells to the nurses of our class saying-"See you on Graduation day in 7191" . . . 5:00 a.m. crew practices with hoarse voices, red hands ending in beating the frosh on May Day. And May Day . . . the last time singing "Land of Hope and Gloryn . . . sorry to see our Big Sisters leave . . . happy to take our places as juniors . . . and finally, looking forward to next year as upperclassmen. l " ,Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe . . . 7' Hardly need those spectacles now, for none of us will ever forget our junior year . . . upperclassmen . . . little sisters . . .leaders for Dr. Heath's orientation program . . . in- auguration of Dr. Blyley as President of Keuka . . . and Pow Wow, that was sort of a junior retreat in the beginning of the eve- ning . . . so much fun guiding the sophs along the trails . . . remember how the sophs almost stepped on Fitch and Mike . . . and how eerie Barb Manzella looked in her white hooded parka, standing on a tombstone with a flashlight in her mouth . . . the wet and slimy fields, and finally the breakfast at the Long House at the end of the trail. Our pride in the dining room when we could sing "We are the Juniors of K.C." in reply to the seniors . . . Richardson Hall with its adjoin- ing rooms and our OWN baths . . . white junior jackets . . . class pins and rings, to say nothing of the third finger left-handers. Junior Weekend pride of Manhattan at Midnight . . . Queen Midge . . . months of planning . . . no one late the night of the dance . . . Neva's cousins and their super band . . . neon lights simulated on the gym walls . . . perfectly wonderful time had by all. All College Night and the corny parody called "Hi Ya Watha!" . . . May Morning Continued on page 91 89 ., Y - -. ,. ,, .sv -, , -,- , . ' 3-fa-.s--.H Lk' L-L of milfs. L'i., gi.e,-a2f f"Lfanu1zr:-H -wanna ' UT:li.1Jf"7' fe- m.2un1e:r- -- fmu:fs,m1mL.ns,a- 1.-- f f 1 Jw H. A - A fggii 'if -' -- '- ' . - -"4-Q -i'f5iA'.W-ITl'.ffQ Dine-,by2.-iffir-Via,1f5TgQRj'L.:.,1T,Tj"Zf"1j'j'.1f,','v-, "--51--w-1 4 .5 '-517-.-- - pw- ... ,-. . . . I, . A .- . i t W . ---..-.W-s- -V i n :frees-ffsp, . ' 1.5gg antigens Q-mans-:sP'r,eH a.wf2sr-we re ff .W M . - - W-.. -- --. " ..... .:f.m...:+- v Ni.,- Through Senzor Specs Continued rom page 89 Curt and H1l fascinated with the duck also became moving menl, and Wonder of O I. if l o 0 . . ' ' ' Q ' i f WfmdeI'S- the pride of Richardson, a new on the lake ah, those bird lovers!D un of seeing sleepy senior heads peering at us . . . corsages for our buds . . . terrific breakfast at Dr. Blyley's, and how We did eat! . . . memo- ries pile up in anticipation of "when we are seniors" . . . Class farewells and reunions in Buffet still going on and more fun than ever . . . Rill's monologues still captivated us . . . some floorshows, some talent! . . . thrill of seeing faculty stunt . . . May Day and those endless practices for our first step sing . . . and-no more singing "Land of Hope and Glory." So much visible pride in our caps, gowns and white tassles . . . taking over of senior seats in auditorium . . . choosing of processional hymn Cnever did get to memo- rize all the lines!j . . . and final realization that at last our goal is in view . . . next year as seniors! Memories, memories, Dreams of days gone by . . . The images are exceedingly distinct now, but something on our glasses is making them fade a bit . . . every now and then a little mist clouds our spectacles. The first thing that comes into view is Senior Weekend . . . how We hope this was the start of a senior tradition . . . Rowe and Mazzin and their "blind dates" supplied by Eckhart's Date Bureau . . . baseball game between fellows and girls . . . so many picnic lunches . . . start of use of Richardson Lounge for social pur- poses . . . busy year for all of us. Functioning of Inter-Club committee . . . sad realization that everything We do is for the last time . . . great display of class spirit . . . funny feeling We got' when We registered for the last time . . . teas and dinners at faculty homes . . . alumnae rings. Hearty welcome to Bergitta and Jackie, foreign students of senioruclass . . . new furniture in Richardson Lounge, we window More additions to the engaged setw .... mock political campaigns . . ,hoarse voices . . . Truman Troubadours, Thur- mondites-all represented with banners, base drums, tin pans and three days result- ing in establishing a campus tradition fm- U.S. elections. ,lean Campbell and Helen Lodor join the ranks of the "seniors off campus" . . . And who could ever forget the spectacle of Mr. Gordon and Mr. Haines Qleopard skin and alll being auctioned off by Doris Eckhart Qhigh voice and allj . . . De- bate tourneys with Keuka winning both affirmative and negative against Cornell teams. Senior Stunt, our last skit get-to- gether . . . Barb throwing water at Rill . . . "If You Knew Seniors" . . . laughs and jokes in best stunt traditions . . . Marge, Alida, Pep and Judy bringing down the house with their "revival scene" . . . appreciation of little sisters and their flowers . . . sentiment over last Keuka stunt for '49ers. Senior Ice Carnival Cbetter known as Senior Spring FrolicQ . . . how We planned, but "no snow didn't stop us," and the BAND was the hit of the evening! May morning with flowered surprises Calso voiced surprisesj from junior buds . . . senior tea for faculty . . . Senior Ball, Sally not only had to plan for a wed- ding, but a dance also. Alumnae privileges . . . senior pow wow, really sentimental at last class "reunion"-what sleepy heads the next day! May Day pride in May Queen and A.A. Queen . . . sadness as end looms in sight . . . Baccalaureate, Class Day, Commence- ment . . . everything too fast, four years gone in three days . . . lasting memories and friendships never to he forgotten. Our spectacles are befogged again, our eyes are growing dim, but our Keuka memories will always remain dear to our hearts. 91 -1. "' ' ' s. 1 cas-LE--L , 5-is-. 'iJs.i1 "''1.'2.'fl21.'?l' f"" "'1''3U1T.." 'iL'UiElf "'3U21 ..g42' !" 'l21!f "'f2ufJ15?2.:':f1.1"1'cnf1 ,42111-415:-sv KIE UIKA COll,II.lFGlF ISSN!!! A college for women. On the shores of Lake Keuka in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. o With a liberal arts program offering degrees of Bachelor of Arts. o A Department of Nursing leading to a nursing diploma and Bachelor of Science degree. A Field Period Plan stressing practical application of the academic program. 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CAcross from the Elmwoodj RADIOS-RECORDS-MUSIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES LANE DRUG COMPANY Cosmetics-Drugs Penn Yan, N. Y. BARTH JEWELRY STORE HARRY R. MCCONNELL 106 Seneca St.-Phone 2686 Geneva, N. Y. Compliments of SHANNON SUPPLY CO. Rochester, New York Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Supplies and Equipment L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Massachusetts Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Club Insignia Memorial Plaques Diplomas-Personal Cards CHATEAU DUGAS Mus. BETTY DUGAS .On Lake Keuka-Route 54A Luncheons-Dinners-Parties Banquets Telephone Branchport 24 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 749 Cooperative Government Association PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTIONS AS GOOD OR BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL Order Blanks Upon Request NATIONAL PHOTO COMPANY Country Club Station Kansas City 2, Mo. ., o,L1w' ' lo OBE "lov J 'WB il! 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