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THE BELL COTE STAFF

OF

MOUNT VERNON JUNIOR COLLEGE

WASHINGTON, D.C.

PRESENTS

71. mo Bell Gote


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Kitty Parker

Editor-in-Chief

Frances Baker

Business Manager


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President and Mrs. Lloyd

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Our Alma Mater glorious.

With loving hearts and ^roud,

We crown thee all victorious

And sing thy praise aloud.

In loyalty we serve thee

And strive to heed thy call.

Mount Vernon, 0, Mount Vernonl

Through self to conquer all.

You give unfailing kindness

If trouble meets us here;

You foster all our i^leasures

And make them seem more dear.

I

II

Nor time, nor care,

nor sorrow

Can these fair days erase.

But they, with each tomorrow

Help us new tasks to face.

Ill

Like Breath of Spring's fresh morning

That lifts the hearts to song,

When courage droop and wavers

And paths seem gray and long.

Will come thy dauntless spirit

To help us on the way.

Mount Vernon, O, Mount Vernonl

Hold fast thy tender sway.

IV

The changing years may hring us

Some longed for dream of hliss,

Yet memory will cherish

A sympathy we miss.

In hours or of joy sadness,

Whate'er our need may he.

Mount Vernon, O, Mount Vernon

Thy children turn to thee.


Dedicatiovi

^7 Ion Beloiuj To CDiir hhri ^

We, the class of nineteen hundred and fortynine, proudly dedicate

for the

our Betl Cote to you, Miss Foerderer, in sincere appreciation

friendship, understanding, and loyalty you have shown us. As the years

pass by, Flo, our hearts will hold high the love and joint memory of you

and the spirit of Mount Vernon which you represent.


For Sentimental Keasons ^

FACULTY

First row: Miss Hastings, Miss Curry, Miss DeLano, Miss Foerderer, Miss Baylis, Miss Myers,

Miss Stone, Mrs. Jones. Second row: Mrs. Hanner, Mrs. Wood, Mr. Sargent, Mr. Lloyd, Mr.

Vaniman, Mrs. Sargent, Mrs. Cannon.


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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

President Irene Connelly

Vice-President Frances Shaw

Secretary

Laura Murphy

Treasurer Ardis Robison


MOLLY ARMBRECHT

Unwood Pi.

Wheeling, W.Va.

"Sliipy

TiiHi Gal"

Co'House President '48; Secretarv Social

League '49; Student Council '48; Glee

Club '48; Floor Chairman '48; World

Affairs '49; Tennis Team '49

VIRGINIA ADDISON

1304 Chiy St.

Lynchburg, Va.

I'oiiiu;

Floor Chairman '49; Glee Club '48;

Orphanage '48; Hockey Varsity '49,

Tennis Varsitv '48

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FRANCIS BAKER

3090 Woodbury Rd.

Shaker Heights, Ohio

"Anchors Aweigh"

Vaudeville '48; Orphanage '48; Glee

Club '48; Bell Cote '48, Business Man

ager '49; Athletic Association '48, '49

Ingenuity '48; President's List '48 (3)

Optima '49; Varsity Hockey '48, '49

Varsity Basketball, Manager '48

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CAROLINE ARRINGTON

2 Belmont Ave.

Greenville, S.C.

"The K. A. Rose"

Vaudeville '48; Floor Chairman '48;

Orphanage '48; Bell Cote, Advertising

Manager '49; World Affairs '48, '49;

Chairman Lend-a-Hand '49; Student

Council '49; Athletic Association '48,

'49.

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SUSAN BEAN

Box 201 Roanoke Rd.

Mercer Island, Wash.

"Bine Champagne"

Floor Chairman '48; Secretary Hensley

House '49; Orphanage '48; Social Com

mittee in House '49

BARBARA BALDWIN

3801 Alton PI.

Washington, D.C.

'Troni 'H.ow On"

Varsity Hockey '48; Basketball Varsity

'48, '49; Day Student President '49;

Student Council '49; Orphanage '48;

Varsity Baseball '48; Athletic Associa

tion '48, '49, Board '48; Home Eco

nomics Club '48, Vice-President '49;

Vaudcvdle

414


MARTHA BOARDMAN

1001 Peachtree Rd.

Augusta, Ga.

"Hair of Gold"

Class President '48; Varsity Basketball

'48, '49; Vaudeville '48; President's

List (2) '48; World Affairs '49; Or

phanage '48; Ingenuity '48; Student

Council '48; Dining Room Committee

'48, '49; Athletic Association '48, '49

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MARGARET BENNERS

2515 Crest Rd.

Birmingham, Ala.

"A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody"

Junior House President '48; Student

Council '48; World Affairs '48, '49;

Vaudeville '48; Athletic Association

'48, '49; Varsity Tennis '48, Baseball '48;

Hockey '49; Basketball '49


MAVIS BROOKS

91 7 Brookwood Rd.

Jacksonville, Fla.

"W'aslniiifloii and Lee Suing"

World Affairs '48; President's List (2)

'48; VarsitN Basketball '48, '49; Varsity

Softball '48; Varsity Hockev '48, '49;

Vaudeville '48; Bell Cote '48; Ingenuity

Contest '49

SUE BOSTON

18 Undercliff Ter.

West Orange, N.J,

"My Pride and ]oy"

Vaudeville '48; Bell Cote '48; Navy

Chapel Choir '48; Lend-a-Hand '49

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CAROLYN CARGILE

4092 Bishop

San Angelo, Tex.

"The Eyes of Texas Are IJ-pon You"

Ingenuity '48; Varsity Softball '48;

Vaudeville '47; Athletic Association

'48, '49

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PAT CANDLER

129 Mapleton Rd.

Grosse Points, Mich.

"In Her Merry Ford V-8"

Vaudeville '48; Bell Cote '48; Inge

nuity Contest '49


DORRIS CHAPIN

Lookout Mountain

Tenn.

"Fill Hoiiiviiioon

World Affairs '48; Vaudeville '47, '48;

Secretarv Student Council '48

JANE CARSON

1924 Jefferson St.

Paducah, Ky.

"Keiiliiek'v Bal'e"

Glee Club '48, '49; Assembly Com

mittee '48; Athletic Association '48, '49;

House President '48, '49; Student Coun

cil '48, '49; Varsity Basketball '48;

Vaudeville '48; Beli Cote, Photographic

Editor '48, '49; President's List (4)

'48, '49; Optima,

President '48, '49

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CAROLYN COLLIER

245 Andover St.

Lowell, Mass.

"From Out of l^owhere"

Vaudeville '48; Navy Chapel Choir '48;

President's List '48, '49; Alumnae Com

mittee '49; Class Vice-President '48;

Varsity Basketball '48, '49; Home Eco

nomics Club '49; Little Theatre '48, '49;

Letters to Lucerne

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NANCY CLARK

445 Lowell Ave.

Palo Alto, Calif.

"Temptat ion

Vaudeville '49; Varsity Tennis '49;

World Affairs, Program Chairman '49;

Orphanage '49


DOROTHY COOLIDGE

Belle Meade Blvd.

Nashville, Tenn.

"Sliou'AL- lilt Way to Go Home"

Floor Chairman '48, '49; House Secre

tarv 49; Orphanage

IRENE CONNELLY

407 West Brow Rd.

Lookout Mountain

Tenn.

"Tliv Fiekle Eve"

Co-House President '48; Orphanage '48;

World Affairs '48, '49; Athletic Asso

ciation '48, '49; Floor Chairman '48;

Student Council '48, '49; Class Presi

dent '49; Color Guard '48; Vaudeville

'48

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BETTY DAVIS

2380 Canterbury Rd.

Columbus, Ohio

"Blue Skies"

Orphanage '48; Bell Cote '48; Vaude

ville '48; Library '49

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SUE CRAVENS

St. Louis, Mo.

"You Came A Long Way From

St. Louis"


JULIA EMILIANI

Apartado

Aereo No. 33

BARRANqUlLLA, CoLOMBIA, S A.

Si illlt Lcrelv

Vaudeville '48; House President '48, '49;

Student Council '48, '49; World Affairs

'48; Floor Chairman '48; Athletic Asso

ciation 48

VIRGINIA DE SURVILLE

1234 Rosalind Rd.

San Marino, Calif.

"Georgia on My Mind"

World Affairs '49; Vaudeville

House Social Committee Chairman

Bell Cote; Ingenuitv

Contest '49

'48;

'49;

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MARY EVANS

419 S. Lorraine Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif.

"Su'eet and Low"

Varsity Tennis '48, '49; Lend-a-Hand

'49; Floor Chairman '48; World Affairs

'48, '49; Glee Club '48

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MARTHA EVANS

3461 Tuxedo Rd.

Atlanta, Ga.

"You Call Eyeryhody Darling"

World Affairs Secretary '48, '49; Alum

nae '49; President's List (1) '48; Home

Economics '48, '49; Athletic Associa

tion '48, '49; Bell Cote, Circulation

Manager '49; Social Committee, Hensley

'49; Ingenuity Contest '49


ROSA MARIA GARCIA

TUNON

Calzada 408

Vedado, Habana, Cuba

"Soiuli Ameriui Take It Away"

ANN FLANNAGAN

3213 Kensington Ave.

RlCH>MONO .

V/

"Oil, Hoic I Hate To Gel Up in (he

Morning"

Little Theatre '48; Glee Club '49;

Vaudeville '48; Riding Captain '48


BONNY HOWES

1235 South Oakland Ave.

Pasadena, Calif.

"Call ft ornia Here 1 Come

Tennis Team '48; World Affairs '48, '49;

Chapel Head '49; Dining

Room Com

mittee '49; Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity

'48; Fire Chief, Clark House '48, '49;

Alumnae Committee '48

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JOAN HITCHCOCK

4457 Greenwich Pi.

Washington, D.C.

"On Brave Old Army Team"

Home Economics Club '48; Vaudeville

'48; Bookstore '48; Athletic Association

'48


VIRGINIA IVERSON

917 Allison St.

Seattle, Wash.

"Flainiiig Mamie"

Vaudeville '48; World Affairs '48;

Assemblv Committee '48, '49; Floor

Chairman '49

DIANE HUTCHINSON

130 East 75th St.

New York City, N.Y.

"1 Slioiild Care"

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Floor

Chairman '48; Little Theatre '48, '49

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PHYLLIS KLINGLER

Cranbrook Rd.

Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

'My Young and Foolish Heart"

o

Junior Editor of Bell Cote '48; Hensley

House Secretary '48; Vaudeville '48;

Chairman of Social League '49; Student

Council '49; Orphanage '48; Christmas

Pageant '49; Literary Editor of Bell

Cote '49; World Affairs '49

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ELIZABETH JONES

1005 Yorkshire Road

Grosse Pointe, Mich.

"Mickey, Pretty Mickey"

Little Theatre '48; Ingenuity '48; Vaude

ville '48; Tennis Team '48; Publicity

Chairman for Athletic Association '48;

Head of Lost and Found, Clark House

'48; President's List (2) '48; Ridmg

Group '48


PATRICIA LEACH

755 Algoma Blvd.

OSHKOSH, Wis.

"Til See You 111 My Dreams"

Tennis Team '48; Vaudeville '48; Inge

nuitv '49; Athletic Association '48, '49

MARTHA LANIER

155 Taylor St.

Americus, Ga.

"Georgia Belle"

Ingenuity Contest '48; Softball Varsity

'48; Optima, Secretary '49; Athletic

Association '48

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PIXIE MACLEOD

436 Lincoln Ave.

Palo Alto, Calif.

"Happiness Is Just A Thing Called

Joe"

Class Secretary '48; Vaudeville '48;

Bell Cote '48, '49, Business and Co-

Editor of Photography; President's

List '48; Ingenuity Contest '49

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HELEN LOGAN

402 West 70th St.

Seattle, Wash.

"Bidmg My Time"

Vaudeville '48; Glee Club '48; Inge

nuity '48; Orphanage '48


MELISSA MCINTIRE

621 South Oak St.

Hinsdale, 111.

"Oil, /oil liny"

Athletic Association '48, '49; President's

List (2) '48

ELIZABETH MCCARTHY

4107 Fordham Rd.

Washington, D.C.

"Sopliislicaled Lady"

Vaudeville '48; Dav Student Inspector

'49; Orphanage '48

430


LOUISE MCNEEL

815 Church St.

Marietta, Ga.

"Kind Treatment"

World Affairs '49; Lend-a-Hand '49;

Vaudeville '49; Athletic Association '49

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MARJORIE MCKINNON

14 West Harris St.

Savannah, Ga.

"Hard-Hearted Hannah, The Varnr^.

Erom Savanno^a, G.A."

Ingenuity Contest '48; Vaudeville '48;

Athletic Association '48, '49; Softball

Varsity; Glee Club '48, '49

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PEGGY MERRIAM

4915 Sedgwick St., N.W.

Washington, DC.

"Faseinaliiig Lady"

Social League '48, '49; Day Student

Treasurer '49; Glee Club '48, '49

FREDERICA MENDOZA

5 Church St.

Dexter, Me.

"Deep hi A Dream" ,

World Affairs '49; Lend-a-Hand '49;

Glee Club '48

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LAURA MURPHY

699 Belfair Rd.

Grosse Pointe, Mich.

"I'll Hever Walk Alone"

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Athletic

Association '48, '49; Social League '49;

President's List (2) '48; Junior Class

President; Senior Class Treasurer; Mana

ger of Tennis Team '49; Lend-a-Hand

Committee; Bell Cote '48

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JOAN MULFORD

34 Provencal Rd.

Grosse Pointe, Mich.

"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Varsity

Hockey '48; Varsity Basketball '48, '49;

Athletic Association, Board Co-Secretary

'48; Social League '49; Associate Adver

tising Manager Bell Cote '49; Presi

dent's List (1) '48; World Affairs '48,

'49, President, N.Y. Times Repre

sentative '49; Clark Recreation Room,

Vice-President '49; Navy

^y\

Choir '48


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NORRIS

Oak St.

Jacksonville, Fla.

"\'\'inv Dou'ii Honie"

Vaudeville '48; World Affairs '48, Treas

urer World Affairs '49; Probation Exam

Committee 49; Treasurer, Lend-a-Hand

'49; Social Committee of Hensley '48;

Orphanage 48

JANE NEUENSCHWANDER

Sistersville, W. Va.

"I Want To Go Back To West

Virginia"

Bell Cote '48; Library Council '49;

Assemblv Committee '49

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VIRGINIA PERSONS

2608 Aberdeen Rd.

Birmingham, Ala.

"You Can't Be True Dear"

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Varsity

Hockey '48; Social League '48; Varsity

Softball '48

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KITTY PARKER

217 Fairview Ave.

Greenville, S.C.

"Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes"

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity Contest '48;

Student Government '49; Editor, Bell

Cote; Social Committee of Hensley '49;

Floor Chairman '48; Assistant Business

Manager of Bell Cote '48; Assembly

Committee; World Affairs Club '48,

'49; Orphanage '49


CAROL RAYMOND

4533 Lowell St., N.W.

Washington 16, D.C.

"For Slie's A Jolly Good Fellou'"

Elmira College

kev '49

First "lear; Varsity Hoc

HELEN PERSSON

1046 Westmoor Rd.

Winnetka, 111.

"Big Ni'i-^i' From Wiiiiie(l:a"

Vaudeville '48; Fire Lieutenant '48;

Student Council '49; Ingenuity Contest

'48; House President, Clark '49; Ath

letic Association '48, '49; World Af

fairs Club '49; Social League '49; Home

Economics Club '48, '49

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ARDIS ROBISON

1469 Harvard Ave.

Salt Lake City, Utah

"Su'eetheart of Sigma Chi"

Athletic Association '48, '49; Bell Cote

'48; Vaudeville '48; Varsity Basketball

'48; Ingenuity Contest '48; Senior Class

Secretary '49; Riding Group '48

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MARY ELLEN SHIPPS

15 E. Chestnut St.

Bordentown, N.J.

"Pill Tlial Ring On My Finger"

Cole House Treasurer; Cole Floor Chair

man; Lend-a-Hand '48; Varsity Basket

ball '48; Choosing Committee

FANNY SHAW

5316 hard St.

Omaha, Neb.

"Slune"

Athletic Association, Board '48, '49; Hoc

key Varsity '48; Optima '48, '49; Floor

Chairman, Clark '48, '49; Ingenuity

Contest '48; Aiiimiuu- N.ai.'s '49; Bell

Cote Stafl '49; Probation Exam Com

mittee '49; President's List '48


MARION SMITH

575 Lincoln Ave.

Glencoe, III.

"Now Is The Hour"

Vaudeville '48; Floor Chairman, Clark

'48; World Affairs Club '49

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JAMS SHOOP

Highfield Rd.

Harrison, N.Y.

"Home On The Range"

Hensley House President '49; Student

Council '49; Executive Board '49; Little

Theatre '48; Lend-a-Hand '48; Vaude

ville '48; Ingenuity Contest '49


ALBERTA STEVENS

2 349 P St.

Washington, D.C.

"Tluil Old Gray Mare"

Dav Student; Riding Club; Vaudev

'48; President's List '48

SALLY LOU SMITH

5 Mendora Ave.

Rye, NY.

"Wonderful"

Student Bodv President '49; House

President, Gatesley '48; Athletic Asso

ciation '48. '49; Co-Captain Hockey

Team '49; Optima '48, '49; Bell Cote

'48; Varsitv Hockey '48, '49; Varsity

Basketball '48, '49; Varsity Tennis '48,

'49

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JOAN THOMAS

5219 Kenwood Ave.

Indianapolis, Ind.

"I Get A Kick Out of You"

Athletic Association '48, '49; Vaude

ville '48; Bell Cote '48; Varsity Base

ball '48; Ingenuity Contest '48; Clark

Floor Chairman '49; Fire Captain '48;

Ridmg

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Club '48

MARY ANNE SWESfT

656 Milledge Rd.

Augusta, Ga.

"Just One of

Those Tlnngs

Bell Cote '48; President's List (3);

World Affairs Club; Optima; Vaude

ville '48; Ingenuity '49


ELIZABETH WHELDON

1507 N, Frederick St.

Arlington, Va.

"Tlie Man I Love"

Varsity Hockey '48; Little Theatre '48,

'49; Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Day

Student

ANN WEDTHOFF

424 Washington Rd.

GROSse Pointe, Mich.

"Baliy Face"

Bei 1 Cote, Assistant Sports

Editor '48;

Vaudeville '48; Athletic Association,

Board '48; Basketball Varsity '48, '49;

Tennis Team '48; Swimming Meet '48;

Softball Varsitv '48; Hockey Varsity

'48, '49

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ANNE YERKES

1829 Powell PL

Jacksonville, Fla.

"Ain't Mishehavin'

Vaudeville '48; Junior House President,

Cole '48; Optima '48, '49; Chapel

Committee '48; Social League '48, '49;

Athletic Association '48, '49; World

Affairs Club, Vice-President '48, '49

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MARY CATHERINE

WOOLWINE

Ellendale Ave.

Nashville, Tenn.

"Wahash Cannon Ball"

Secretary-Treasurer of Student Body;

Vaudeville '48; Ingenuity '48; Hockey

Varsity '48, '49; Softball Varsity '48;

Swimming Meet '48; President of Ath

letic Association '49; Student Council

'49


JACQUELINE YOKUM

4520 35th St., N W.

Washington, D.C.

"Tliere I Go Again"

Dav Student; Glee Club; Home Eco

nomics Club '48, '49; Basketball Var

sitv '48, '49; Baseball Varsitv '48;

Vaudeville '48

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Glass History

"Look for the green ribbon" echoed through the Union Station on September

23, 1947. That was the day ninety bewildered girls piled off trains coming

from all over the country to begin their studies at Mt. Vernon. Aunt "Mmnie"

saw that with our suitcases, as well as our heads, we were delivered safely

to our new home. The school was still rather new, and we were fascinated to

see the red clay grounds turn into beautiful green

lawns in no time at all.

The first task that confronted us was six weeks of probation with a test and

a vaudeville at the end. The Seniors must have been rather pleased at the pro

ceedings for we were the first class in years to all get off probation. That

started us working together as a unit under the leadership of Martha Boardman.

We soon chose our class motto, colors, and flower which the Seniors never

guessed after many drastic attempts. We were challenged to a Ingenuity Con

test by the Seniors after Christmas and came out victors we were a working

unit.

Later in spring we had a ring ceremony with the presentation of our school

ring. This was followed by the presentation of our colors. "One Night m

Monte Carlo" was the theme for the traditional Junior-Senior banquet given in

the early part of May in honor of the graduates.

It was a lost feeling when we told the Seniors good-by in June, but we treas

ured all the friendships that had been made.

When September, 1948, rolled around we returned but not as bewildered

as before. We were Seniors and we had proudly awaited this for many years.

This year Miss DeLano was to be our class advisor and no one could have

us more. pleased She was our "Rock of Gibraltar."

We challenged the Juniors to the Ingenuity Contest after Christmas and

after a hard time on the part of the judges the decision was m our favor. We

had not only worked together as a class but with spirit no one could take away.

The future months hold even more activities m store for us money for the

Building Fund, parties, and a fashion show. Only too soon will come Cap and

Gown Ceremony, the Tree Planting Ceremony and Class Night. Our last

step will be graduation m a June day which we will receive a slip of paper

that will entitle us to take our in a places new world but a slip that symbolizes

all that Mt. Vernon has meant to us and will continue to mean to us through

the years. "He who wills to succeed, can not fail" was never more truer said

than of the Class of 1949. So stay as you all are and you will succeed for not

a one of you deserves to fail.

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Irene Connelly


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W/ Till the End of Time ^/J

President Madalyn Breitzke

Vice-President Carol Willett

Secretary

Patricia Forbes

Treasurer Sally McDonald


Carol Patricia Joanne Ann

Angell Archibald Athanson Bacon

Sara Ann Sheldon Joan Margaret

Baker Baldv\'in Balster Berkshire

Eleanor Marguerite Madalyn Ruth

Cecilia Bishop Boyer Breitzke Brimer

Barbara Nell Rose Betty Nancy

Broome Brovhill Bvrns Chamberlaine

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Louisa Shirley Barbara Betty Sue

Coe Copenhaver Cusack Dabbs

Betty Faythe Estelle Clare Bedall

Daniel Dubose Ellis Evans

Patricia Mary Suzanne Nancy

Forbes Edrita Ford Frank Eraser

Mary Ellis Martha Ann Jean Sally

Gillespie Griswold Hanna Hargear


Ella Sarah Emeline Catherine

Harris Hazzard Hedges Henderson

Marilyn Olive Ann Jerelyn

Hobbs HoUiday Holman Johnson

Joan Carolyn Margaret Phyllis

Johnson Ladd Lakin Leidy

Jermie Lou Virginia Mildred Carol

Lvons Martm Mauermann McCrea

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Sally Jo Ann Ann Jane

McDonald McEachern Merriwether Moody

Anita Ann Sibyl Agnes

Morris Morris Mussenden Neal

Margaret Hardwick Jane Mary Jane

Newman Newton Nichol O'Hara

Joan Carmen Nancy Ann

Orr Ortiz Owen Peters


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Joan Rita Claudine Jacqueline Patricia

Phillips Philli ps Pomblanc Pre IS Lee R as berry

Hope Jane Carol Nancy

Ravmond Robertson Rodgers Roe

Jean Elizabeth Katherine Jacqueline

Ross Scnbner Simpson Sleeper

Dorothy Adenia Mary Louise Barbara

Smith Stearn Strickland Swift

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Virginia

Taylor

Renee

Timeus

Joanne

Wallace

Rebecca

White

Carol

Willett

Shirley

Thompson

Patricia

Trotter

Claudia

Wannamaker

Virginia

Wilson

Martha

Thompson

Barbara

Waldron

Anne

Warren

Harriet

Witham

Elinor

Tillman

Anica

Walker

Mitsi

Webb

Margot

Yaw


Dear Flo:

1 received your letter yesterday inquiring about the doings

January 16, 1960

Washington, DC.

of our Senior

Class of 1949, and I'm only too glad to pass on to you the news that I've had.

It seems as though our gals are still retaining an interest in the local men's

colleges. Helen Persson has just been appointed

Director of Visual Education

for a large majority^ of the Eastern men's colleges. She has her headquarters at

Princeton. Mavis Brooks, Carolyn Cargile, and Margaret Benners are busily

organizing a group to convince the administration at Washington and Lee

University that their school should be co-educational. The former Virginia

Addison has already made application to have her son attend Virginia Military

Institute when he reaches the entrance age.

Bonny Howes is running a little tool shop in sunny Pasadena, anc^ Caroline

Arrington is occupied with the raising of Billygoats. Jody Thomas is winning

stacks of blue ribbons for her champion horses; her biggest competition in this

fielci comes from Ann Flannagan and Alberta Stephens v/ho are raising a crop

of winners themselves. Libby Jones is their dependable vetinarian, abely

assisted by Franny Baker in the capacity of an efficient nur,se.

Sue Boston is on a buying tour tor her exclusive dress shoppe. Caroline

Collier is her chief executive in charge of advertising and Pat Candler, Betty

Davis, jane Neuenschwander and Franny Norris are her models. Dendy Iverson,

Sue Bean and Mary Evans complete her staff as designers of red dresses for red

heads. A project that has been giving them more than a little difficulty.

Sallv Lou Smith is the head of the League of Women Voters, Sue Cravens

has just been elected National Chairman of the Doll Club and Nancy Clark is

Dean of Women at Stanford. Virginia Persons is running an International Date

Bureau and employing overworked secretaries, Diana Hutchinson, Ann Wed-

thofi and Dorns Chapin.

Saw a picture of Pat Leach in the Washington Post. She was looking mighty

happy over the cup she had won in the Bermuda races. Also heard that Ardie

Robinson was as applying Sigma Chi House Mother at Utah University. Laura

Murphy IS busily knitting carburetor covers; Kitty Parker is a editing church

bulletin; Julia Emiliani was South America's annual beauty queen, Pixie, at

last was out report, typing her autobiography. The Puie Pa]^crs, Barbara Baldwin

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is working as a barker for Ringling Brothers Circus, Jackie Yokum is pitching

for the Brooklyn Dodgers; and Rosa Maria Garcia-Tunon has taken over her

uncle's position at Georgetown.

If you see a familiar face on a sign board the chances are its either Mary

Ellen Shipps, Martha Evans or Marjorie McKinnon who are making a fortune

advertising "the pause that refreshes" for Janie

Carson's firm.

I ran into Joan Hitchcock, Peg Merriam and Liz Weldon in the Army-Navy

Club. Guess what they were doing? Looking for a fourth for bridge. Also

heard from Anne Yerkes that she's still having trouble trying to explain her

nickname and Joey Mulford is more bargain conscious than ever nov/ with a

new arrival in her family. Saw Dee Coolidge at the airport. Seems as though

she spends most of her time trying to catch planes to Memphis. Irene Connelly,

I hear, is personally responsible for "see Rock City" sign m the southern part

of the United States. Martha Boardman is running a peaceful rest home. I hear

her guests are always m bed by eleven in the evening. Ginny

de Serville has

taken up residence with her family in Atlanta. Elizabeth McCarthy is running

a charm school for prospective actresses with Marianne McGowen and Helen

Logan as assistants. Carol Raymond and Freddy Mendoza are chaperoning

groups of Mt. Vernon pupils on European and South American tours.

Phil Klingler and Jams Shoop are running a nursery school. Jan is doing the

cooking and they are losing money as she insists on steak for every

meal. M. C.

Woolwme IS giving guitar lessons and Louise McNeel is her financial advisor.

Barbara Ritch, Marti Lanier and Mary Anne Swint are sponsoring quiz kid

programs. The majority of the participants

of all, the former Misses Marion Smith, Molly Armbrecht, and Melissa Mclntire

are running a very profitable Navy Wives Diaper service.

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on it are their own children. Last

Sincerely,

Fanny Shaw

Alumnae l^ews Reporter


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ACTIVITIF^

BellcoTe

OpTimo. .

nenvnics


H.^RwicK Newton

Sliideiil Body Secretary

Sally Lou Smith

Shidenl Bodv President

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Student Gouncd

Caroline Arrington, Helen Persson, Mary Catherine Woolwine, Julia Emiliani, Barbara Bald

win, Jane Carson, Hardwick Newton, Jams Shoop, Sally Lou Smith, Jean Hanna, Katherine

Simpson, Phyllis Klingler, Kitty Parker, Mimi Breitzke, Irene Connelly. Tkose not present:

Mitsi Webb, Margaret Newman.

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Opti Uld

First row: Martha Lanier, Jane Carson, Mary

Ann Swint. Second row: Ann

Yerkes. Mary Catherine Woolwine, Fannie Shaw, Jacqueline Sleeper,

Frances Baker, Barbara Ritch, Sallv Lou Smith.

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IBand Wemh emoers

flthletic fssociation

Mary Katherine Woolwine

President

Elizabeth Jones, Fanny Shaw, Mary Catherine Woolwine, Ann Wedthoff. NjJt present: Joan Mulford.


c^jlee

[ Inb

first nnr: Sheldon Baldwin,

jane Carson, Bettv Byrns, Eli

nor Tillman, Carmen Ortiz,

Mar|orie McKinnon, jerelyn

Johnson.

Ella Harris. SeeoiiJ rou.-

Martha Thomson, jane Moody,

Elizabeth Scnbner. TliirJ row:

Edrita Ford. Katherine Simp

son, Nancv Chamberlaine,

,

Joanne Wallace, Patricia Forbes,

Patricia Rasberrv Ann Morris.

Xiit {TL.soit: Marguerite Boyer,

Nell Brovhill, Barbara Cusack,

Ann Flannagan, Peggv' Merriam,

Anita Morriss, Rita Phillips,

Carol Rodgers, Mary Louise

Strickland, Renee Timeus,

Claudia Wannamaker.

Lend-d-1 [dud

First ritic: Laura Murphy, Susan

Cravens, Caroline Arrington,

Frances Norris, Suzanne Boston.

SuciiiJ row: Harriet Witham,

Dorothy Smith, Mimi Breitzke,

Nancv Fraser.

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World fffairs

TBoard

Joan Mulford, Nancy Clark,

Edrita Ford, Martha Evans,

Frances Norris, Anne Yerkes.

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Little Theatre

Hardwick Newton, Rita Phil

lips, Mitsi Webb, Clare Ellis,

Caroline Collier, Margaret

Lakin, Margaret Newman, Ann

Meriwether. Those not pres

ent: Patricia Archibald, Eleanor

Bishop, Marilyn Hobbs, Diane

Hutchinson, Carol Ladd, Carol

McCrea, Anita Morriss, Kath

erine Simpson, Patricia Trotter,

Anne Warren, Elizabeth Whel-

don.


First rou : Anne 'icrkes,

Phvllis Klingler, Laura

Murphv. SilOiuI r()i( :

M a r g a r e t Be n n e r s ,

MolK Claire Arm

brecht, .^nita Morriss,

Helen Persson. Those

not present: Claire Ellis,

Joan Mulford, Jennie

Lou Lvons.

^OCld \ r edcjiie

Phyllis Klingler

President

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Bell Gote Staff

First row: Caroline Arrington, Barbara Ritch, Frances Baker, Kitty Parker, Jane Carson, Pixie

McLeod, Joan Mulford. Second row: Virginia de Surville, Jackie Preis, Sally Lou Smith, Phyllis

Klingler, Martha Evans, Frances Shaw, Margaret Lakin, Betty Faythe Daniel, Shirley Copen

haver. Those not present: Jean Ross, Joan Thomas, Mary Catherine Woolwme.

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SPOUTS


/ "7" .SiitiMt;: Bettv Scnbner, Holly Holliday, Mary Catherine Woolwine, Martha

I LH 1 1 1 Griswold, Virginia Martin, Ann Wedthoff, Margaret Benners, Jere Johnson, Mavis

I^ULIkHJ

Brooks, Virginia Persons, Hardwick Newton. SrmJinq: Adenia Stearn, Jean Hana, Hope Raymond, Becky White,

]ean Ross, Frances Baker, Barbara Baldwin, Carol Ravmond, Sallv McDonald.

Tennis Tec

Sitting: Eddie Ford, Joanne Wallace. SeeonJ roii': Libby Jones,

clinio 1 Lillll Martha Thompson. Tliird rou': Marilyn Hobbs, Mary Evans, Pat

Rasberry, Nancy Roe, Molly Armbrecht, Jacqueline Preis.

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(TQ 1 ,1 II (~T^ Front rou;: Beckey White, Jacqueline Yokum, Sally McDonald, Jere Johnson,

jL)UotxcLOuIl 1 eam Ann Wedthoff, Sally Lou Smith, Mavis Brooks, Mary Catherine Woolwme.

Second row: Caroline Collier, Barbara Baldwin, Barbara Broome, Marilyn Hobbs, Pat Archibald, Virginia Martin,

Eddie Ford, Margaret Benners.

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Norma Bird

Flora Bridges

T)irectory

FACULTY AND STAFF

48 Chanpan Street, Presque Isle, Maine

3136 Newark Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

601 West 112th Street, New York, New York

2100 Foxhall Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Annie Laurie Cannon (Mrs. H. B.)

John A. Carpenter 233 Chanute Hall, 3800 Porter Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Sue Chapline 1754 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Volna Curry

2634 Tunlaw Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Agnes De Lano Alban Towers, 3700 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Nell Duke

3831 Porter Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Julia Elbogen 4716 Davenport, Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Florence Foerderer

La Ponda, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

Dorothy Fratt (Mrs. Nicholas D.) 4409 Yuma Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Helen Hannon

73 Carlton Street, Long Island, New York

Helen Hastings 3130 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Ann Holbrook (Mrs. Fay)

Nora Houston (Mrs. Jones)

6504 Chestnut, Chevy Chase, Maryland

3934 Tunlaw Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth Jones (Mrs.)

Louise Koch (Mrs. Fred)

Marion Kronstadt (Mrs. Nathan)

T05 Iremont Street, Charlotte, North Carolina

132 Mclver Street, Greensboro, North Carolina

131 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Margaret Long 4441 Yuma Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Olga Longi (Mrs. Hans Kohler)

1901 19th Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Joseph Loughran (Mrs. Joseph)

4103 Davis Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Virginia MacHale (Mrs. Theodore)

48 Chanpan Street, Presque Isle, Maine

Vera MacKrill (Mrs. Arthur L.) 3136 Newark Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Cecilia Menard Frankford Hall, 40 Plattsburg Court, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Marguerite Munn Florence Courts, 2205 California Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Helen Myers 538 Allan Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Martha Repplier R.R. No. 1, Box 166, Bethesda, Maryland

Joseph Sargent 2511 Que Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Martha Smith Alban Towers, 3700 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Nelle Snow

1225 Christine Avenue, Anniston, Alabama

Mary Spence 4206 53rd Avenue, Hyattsville, Maryland

Margaret Stone

3039 44th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Adolph Torovsky 2800 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Jose Tunon 5103 Sherrier Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Paul E. Vaniman Marlyn Apts., 3000 39th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Lenore Van Kirk (Mrs. R. C. )

1509 Foxhall Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Dorothy Williamson 2100 Foxhall Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Rachel Wood (Mrs. Sared)

1539 44th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

SENIORS

Virginia Addison 1304 Clay Street, Lynchburg, Virginia

Carol Angell 1 Deerhurst Road, Scarsdale, New York

Molly Claire Armbrecht Elmwood, Wheeling, West Virginia

Caroline Arrington 2 Belmont Avenue, Greenville, South Carolina

Frances Reynolds Baker 3090 Woodbury Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio

Barbara Ann Baldwin 3801 Alton Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Susan Bean Roanoke Road, Mercer Island, Washmgton

Margaret Benners 2515 Crest Road, Birmingham, Alabama

Martha Boardman 1001 Peachtree Road, Augusta, Georgia

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Suzanne Boston 18 Undercliff Terrace, West Orange, New |ersev

M-wis Brooks 917 Brookwood Road, Jacksonville, Florida

Patricia Candler The Westchester. Washington, DC.

Carolyn Cargile 490 South Bishop, San Angelo, Texa's

Jane Carson 1924 |eflerson Street, Paducah, Kentucky

DoRRis Chapin Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

Nancy Clark 445 Lowell Avenue, Palo Alto, California

Dorothy Coolidge Belle Meade Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee

Caroline Collier 245 Andover Street, Lowell, Massachu.setts

Irene Conneliy 407 West Brow Road, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

Betty Je.anne Davis 2380 Canterbury Road, Columbus, Ohio

Virginia de Surville 2200 Chaucer Road, San Marino, California

Julia Emiliani Apartado aereo No. 33, Barranquilla,

Colombia, South America

Martha Evans 3461 Tuxedo Road, Atlanta, Georgia

Mary Evans 419 South Lorraine Boulevard, Los Angeles, California

Ann Flannagan [Richmond, Virginia

Rosa Maria Garcia-Tunon 5103 Sherrier Place, Washington, D.C.

Joan Hitchcock 4457 Greeniwch Parkway, N.W., Washington, D.C.

BoNNv Howes 1235 South Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, California

Diana Hutchinson 130 East 75th Street, New York, New York

El izabeth Jones

1005 Yorkshire Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Phyiiss Ki ingier Cranbrook Road, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Martha Lanier 1 55 Taylor Street, Americus, Georgia

Patricia Leach 455 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, Wi.sconsin

Hti EN Logan 402 West 70th Street, Seattle, Washington

Ei izabeth McCarty 4107 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Meiissa McIntire 621 South Oak Street, Hinsdale, Illinois

Marjorie Downing McKinnon 14 West Harris Street, Savannah, Georgia

Louise McNeei 815 Church Street, Marietta, Georgia

Ai ICE MacLeod 436 Lincoln Avenue, Palo Alto, California

Frederica Mendoza 5 Church Street, Dexter, Maine

Margaret Merriam 4915 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Joan Mui iord 34 Provencal Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Laura Murphv 699 Balfour Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Jane Neuenschwander Sistersville, West Virginia

Francfs Norris 2958 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Florida

Aase Oi av 5036 Glenbrook Terrace, Washington, D.C.

Catherine Parker 217 Fairview Avenue, Greenville, South Carolina

Virginia Persons 2608 Aberdeen Road, Birmingham, Alabama

Helen Persson 1046 Westmoor Road, Winnetka, Illinois

Denise PovvEi l

C.-VROL Raymond

4890 Old Dominion Drive, Arlington, Virginia

4533 Lowell Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Barbara Ritch 108 South Lena Street, Dothan, Alabama

Ardis Robison

Fanny Shaw

1469 Harvard Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah

5316 Izard Street, Omaha, Nebraska

Mary Eii ex Shipps

L^Nis Shoop

15 East Chestnut Street, Bordentown, New Jersey

Highfield Road, Harrison, New York

Marion Smith 575 Lincoln Avenue, Glencoe, Illinois

Sally Lou Smith

Mary Ann Swint

Joan

5 Mendota Avenue, Rye, New York

656 Milledge Road, Augusta, Georgia

Thomas 5219 Kenwood Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana

.\nn Wedthoff 424 Washington Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

ELiz.'iBETH Wheldon

Mary Catherine Woolwine

1507 North Frederick Street, Arlington, Virginia

Ellendale Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee

Ann Yerkes 1829 Powell Place, Jacksonville, Florida

J-A-cqiTSLLVE YoKXM 4520 36th Street, N.W,, Washington, D.C.

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JUNIORS

Patricia Archibald 4616 Timuquana Road, Jacksonville, Florida

Joanne Athanson 685 Neff Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Anne Bacon 16 Erwin Park, Montclair, New Jersey

Sara Ann Baker 1224 South Madison Street, San Angelo, Texas

Sheldon Baldwin 1846 Montgomery Place, Jacksonville, Florida

Joan Balster 4464 Reservoir Road, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Margaret Berkshire 619 West 67th Street Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri

Eleanor Bishop 2235 Que Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Marguerite Boyer 1613 Harvard Street, Washmgton, D.C.

Madelyn Breitzke 5231 Sherwood Road, Little Rock, Arkansas

Ruth Brimer 3 Orchard Street, Andover, Massachusetts

Barbara Broome 1303 Pasco de Vaca, San Angelo, Texas

Nell Broyhill 4603 Lee Highway, Arlington, Virginia

Betty Byrns 4740 Quebec Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Nancy Chamberlaine 100 Harrison Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia

Louisa Coe 10 Monmouth Road, Worcester, Massachusetts

Shirley Copenhaver 1158 Holston Avenue, Bristol, Tennessee

Barbara Cusack 434 Monterey Avenue, Pelham Mnaor, New York

Bette Sue Dabbs 2905 Gulf Avenue, Pass-A-GriUe Beach, Florida

Betty Faythe Daniel Hogansville, Georgia

Julie Dossett 719 North Elm Drive, Beverly Hills, California

Estelle DuBose 4500 Davenport Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Clare Ellis 357 Ridge Street, Newark, New Jersey

Bedell Evans 2504 Watkins Road, Birmingham, Alabama

Patricia Forbes 3424 Del Monte Drive, Houston, Texas

Mary Edrita Ford 747 Rosewood Avenue, Wmnetka, Illinois

Suzanne Frank 1434 Circle Way, Salt Lake City, Utah

Nancy Eraser 2 Vernon Road, N.W., Atlanta, Georgia

Mary Ellis Gillespie 1421 Lowell Avenue, Springfield, lUmois

Martha Griswold 2121 Brentwood Drive, Houston, Texas

Jean Hanna 696 Ridge Road, Wethersfield, Connecticut

Sally Hargear 162 Burlingame Avenue, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California

Ella Harris 490 Moss Avenue, Peoria, Illinois

Sarah Hazzard 112 Ridge Drive, Yonkers, New York

Emeline Hedges 526 South Crest Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Catherine Henderson Pear Tree Pomt Road, Darien, Connecticut

Marilyn Hobbs 1575 Circle Drive, San Marino, California

Olive Holliday 417 West 70th Street, Kansas City, Missoun

Anne Holman 4442 Que Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Jerelyn Johnson 748 College, Norman, Oklahoma

Joan Johnson One Fifth Avenue, New York, New York

Carolyn Ladd 136 Locust Street, Garden City, Long Island, New York

Margaret Lakin Atlanta Biltmore, Atlanta, Georgia

Phyllis Leidy 25 Middle Road, Palm Beach, Florida

Jennie Lou Lyons 3421 Clarendon Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Sally McDonald 1472 Cranbrook Road, Birmingham, Michigan

Jo Ann McEachern 107 Nottingham Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond, Virginia

Carol McCrea 18,675 Parkland Drive, Shaker Heights, Ohio

Marianne McGowen 1200 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois

Virginia Martin 3847 Calvert Street, N.W., Washmgton, D.C.

Mildred Mauermann 115 Devme Road, San Antonio, Texas

Ann Meriwether 4101 Crescent Road, Birmingham, Alabama

Jane Moody 2011 Dunstan Road, Houston, Texas

Ann Morris

Clarksburg, West Virgmia

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Anita Morriss 116 Libertv Street. Petersburg, Virginia

Sibyl Mussenden

Agnes Neal

Bargestraat 24 WiUemstad, Curacao, N.Wl.

582 Dorchester Road, .Akron, Ohio

Margaret Newman 201 Clavton Avenue, Waynesboro, Pennsvlvania

Frances Hardwick Newton 512 West Brow Road, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

Nichol 502 West Mam Street, St. Charles, Illinois

Jane

Mary Jane O'Hara "Stonv Manor," Cumberland Foreside, Maine

Joan Orr 405 ]efterson Street, Alexandria, Virginia

Carmen Ortiz Guatemala, Central America

Nancy Owen 7 Greenwood Road, Biltmore, North Carolina

Beverly Pearson

Ann Peters

American Embassy, London, England

5817 14th Street, N.W.,' Washington, D.C.

Joan Phillips

Fort Myer, Virginia

Rita Phu i ips

Freire 765, Quillota, Chile, South America

Island, New York

Jacqueline Preis 60 Greenway South, Forest Hills, Long

Patricia Lee Rasberry

1205 Rim Road, El Paso, Texas

Hope Raymond 4533 Lowell Street, N.W., Washington, DC.

Jane Robertson

Carol Ann Rodgers

804 Conlev Avenue, Columbia, Missouri

35 Wood Street, Honolulu, Hawaii

Nancy Roe Ill West Lynwood Avenue, San Antonio, Texas

Jean

Ross Old South Road, Litchfield, Connecticut

Elizabeth Sciubner 57 Fairmount Street, Lowell, Massachusetts

Katherine Simpson 305 Hickman Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia

[acquei ine Sleeper 1838 Randolph Street, N.W., 'Washington, D.C.

Dorothy Smith

29 Busbee Road, Asheville, North Carolina

Adenia Stearn 4908 Georgia Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

AiBERTA Stevens 3248 O Street, N.W,, Washington, D.C.

Mary Louise Strickland 1107 N. Patterson Street, Valdosta, Georgia

Barbara Swift 1700 Buena Vista Road, Columbus, Georgia

Virginia Tavi or 2211 Beechwood Road, Little Rock, Arkansas

Martha Thompson 818 North 1 1th Street, Temple, Texas

Shirley Thompson Litchfield, Connecticut

Elinor Tillman 337 Milledge Avenue, Athens, Georgia

Maria Renee Timeus 5a. Av. Norte 18, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America

Patricia Trotter

1620 Edgewood Circle, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Barbara Waldron 1930 Knox Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Anica Walker 716 St. James Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Joanne Wallace

1727 North Boulevard, Houston, Texas

Claudia Wannamaker Orangeburg, South Carolina

Anne Warren

2878 Habersham Road, Atlanta, Georgia

MiTSi Webb

620 Foothill Road, Beverly Hills, California

Rebecca White 5117 WaLson Street, N.W., Washington, DC.

Virginia Wilson 3390 Lake Park Drive, Wichita Falls, Texas

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