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Fourth Row:

Karen Dahlinger
Margaret Daugherty
Dianne Dixon
Martha Duncan
Varina Frazer







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JUNIORS



First Row:

Ganne Harmon
Grayson Harris
Sandra Hathcock
Sara Jo Houghland
Dorna McDonald



Second Row:

Virginia McGugin
Bennett Manning
Doris Matthews
Carolyn Merritt
Jean Nichols



Third Row:

Lattie Noel
Mary Vance Noel
Barbara Nordholt
Corinne Oliver
Susan Ottarson



Fourth Row:

Susu Parker
Janet Patterson
Vicki Pirkle
Cynthia Poteat
Sally Richardson






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JUNIORS



First Row:

Judy Rodenhauser
Betty Rogers
Corinne Ryan
Barbara Sewell
Judy Shanks



Second Row:

Leslie Sharp
Lorene Sharp
Cheryl Sherling
Judy Smith
Jane Steinbaugh



Third Row:

Becky Steward
Caroline Trabue
Camille Walker
Carol Welch

SOPHOMORES

Susan Akin



Fourth Row:

Susan Bayer
Sally Beasley
Bonnie Binning
Ginger Bowen
Anna Mary Bransford




SOPHOMORES



First Row:

Emmie Caldwell
Lucy Caldwell
Myra Cowan
Polly Cussler
Helen Dempsey



Second Row:

Karen Dettwiller
Dee Evans
Bitsy Farrell
Nancye Garvin
Suzanne Glover



Third Row:

Louise Gracey
Gayle Grizzard
Patsy Haley
Kay Hammond
Margie Harrison



Fourth Row:

Lucy Hoffman
Sarah Hooten
Lenis Hopkins
Nancy Jones
Pam Jones





SOPHOMORES



First Row:

Ann King
Judy Kinnard
Kaaren Lavely
Eleanor Lentz
Marcy McKay



Second Row:

Mary McLean
Vicky Mehser
Sissy Morehead
Anne Mullins
Pam Murrey



Third Row:

Margaret Norvell
Mary Parker
Fran Phillips
Cherry Reid
Donna Ross



Fourth Row:

Carol Sanders
Maria Shaw
Grace Smith
Peggy Stanford
Susan Sudduth




SOPHOMORES



First Row:



Second Row:



Third Row:



Fourth Row:



Ann Swidler
Tinka Taylor
Mary Becca Thompson
Sandy Vail
Becky Weaver



Esther Wheeler
Elizabeth Wise
Kathy Woodfin

FRESHMEN

Gigi Banks
Ann Barry



Brenda Bass
Betsy Baylor
Josephine Berson
Cindy Beveridge
Sally Blood



Marguerite Bogle
Kathy Brandon
Lee Buckley
Patricia Byrn
Connie Cannon




FRESHMEN



First Row:

Barri Cobb
Sandy Comer
Debby Cooney
Leigh Crabtree
Alice Crownover



Second Row:

Martha Crutcher
Molly Dale
Anne Daniels
Gayle Dearborn
Sharyn Dettwiller



Third Row:

Margy Dortch
Jane Early
Lynn Frazer
Linda Grizzard
Ann Gayle Gupton



Fourth Row:

Jane Hambrick
Peggy Handly
Susan Harlan
Lauren Holcomb
Mary Lou Holt




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FRESHMEN



First Row:

Claire Hooper
Kathy Hutchison
Mamie Hutton
Susan Ivie
Em Keeble



Second Row:

Peggy Kennedy
Cathy Lee
Sara Lunn
Florence Lyle
Gwen McClellan



Third Row:

Gay McFarlin
Clndy Manier
Susan Metcalf
Lynn Moore
Tish Murray



Fourth Row:

Ingrid Olson
Ruth Orr
Pam Polk
Ann Robertson
Mary Liz Scott




FRESHMEN



First Row:

Margaret Smith
Damaris Steele
Eric Steele
Kay Swiggart



Second Row:

Mary Ann Thomison
Mary Tudor
Mary Welch
Julia Whaley



Third Row:

Libby Wheeler
Margaret Wherry
Laura Sue Wright
Nickye Yokley




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ANGKOR CLASS

The Angkor Club of Harpeth Hall is known
for its group spirit. By working to gain honors
in the fields of citizenship, scholarship, and ath-
letics, each member tries to gain recognition for
her club. The unity and spirit of the Angkor
Club are evident in each member's active par-
ticipation in club functions such as the Thanks-
giving and Easter projects. The activities of the
school year are climaxed by an all club picnic
at which every Angkor sings the song written
especially for this occasion.




OFFICERS

Kittie Sensing President

Martha Weaver Vice-President

Jean Ellen Richardson Secretary

Ada Rasmussen Treasurer

Alice Stanley Athletic Manager

Joyce Crutcher Sergeant at Arms





OFFICERS

Elinor Berger President

Lynn Mayes Vice-President

Nancy Eakin Secretary

Patsy Gardner Treasurer

Beverly Nash Sergeant at Arms

Varina Frazer Athletic Manager

Mrs. Mann Sponsor



ARISTON CLASS

"On Aristons" is a phrase that has inspired
every member of the Ariston Club throughout
the year 1959, 1960. In every field — scholarship,
athletics, and sportsmanship — each girl has
shown her talent and her determination. Interest
in the club and its activities has been high among
its members. When clothes were collected for
the needy and parties were given for day homes,
everyone was ready and willing to do her share.
It can truly be said that the Aristons are going
"forward to the goal."




ECCOWASIN CLUB

The Eccowasin Club provides for its members
a three-fold program which includes the quali-
ties of scholarship, high ideals, and loyalty. The
stress on scholarship is embodied in the compe-
tition among the clubs for the trophy awarded
to the club with the highest average. High ideals
are promoted in all phases of club activity. Ec-
cowasin means "Be all and give all," and this
motto is carried out in the charity projects given
at Thanksgiving and Easter. Participation in all
club competition reaches its height in sports. As
the members compete with the three other clubs,
they work not only for achievement in skill but
also for a feeling of loyalty and of enthusiasm;
thus each girl strives to better herself, her club,
and her school.




OFFICERS

Puddy Greenleaf President

Sisste Kimbrough Vice-President

Lynn Perry Secretary

Ellen Maddox Treasurer

Carol Beach Sergeant at Arms

Gracie Austin Athletic Manager

Miss Mims Sponsor




TRIAD CLUB




OFFICERS

Claire Ragland President

Cile Smith Vice-President

Anne Clark Secretary

Kate Thweatt Treasurer

Judy Fessey Sergeant at Arms

Barbara Buist Athletic Manager

Miss Mountfort Sponsor



The Triad red and white has inspired its mem-
bers to complete a successful year. The enthusi-
asm of each member was evident in her efforts
to attain honors in the fields of citizenship,
scholarship, and athletics. The Triad Club mem-
bers participated in worthwhile projects at
Thanksgiving and at Easter. This year was en-
riched by the Triad spirit which prevailed at
every club activity. Thus by whole-hearted
contribution to school and club affairs, the Triad
Club has made 1959, 1960 a year of which it well
can be proud.





MILESTONES STAFF



STUDENT COUNCIL



Throughout the year 1959, 1960 the Milestones
staff has worked diligently with only one thought in
mind — to produce an annual that would please its
readers. The staff has proved that work can be
fun. It feels that if the student body is pleased
with the 1960 Milestones the year will have been a
success.



OFFICERS

BETTY MOUGHON Co-Editor

SUSAN JORDAN Co-Editor

SUSAN ROBINSON Staff

KATHY CLARK Staff

KATIE BENSON Staff

GANNE HARMON Staff

NEILL AYERS Staff

CAROL COBB Staff

MISS KUYKENDALL Sponsor



The Student Council is a modified form of student
government through which every student at Harpeth
Hall has the opportunity to share in the responsi-
bilities of the school. Besides dealing with
matters of school discipline, the Council sponsors
several annual activities such as the orientation pro-
gram for new students in the fall, a get-acquainted
picnic during the first week of school, and a winter
dance usually held at Christmas time. At the close
of school at the All-Club picnic, over which the
president of the council presides, school spirit
awards are presented by the council to one girl from
each class.

OFFICERS

SUSIE GLASGOW President

SUSAN WILLINGHAM Vice-President

KATHY CLARK Secretary-Treasurer

MRS. EGGLESTON Sponsor



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HONOR SOCIETY



PENSTAFF



OFFICERS

SUSAN ROBINSON President

KATE THWEATT Vice-President

JOYCE CRUTCHER Secretary

PUDDY GREENLEAF Treasurer

BARBARA BUIST Sergeant at Arms

PATSY GARDNER Chaplain

MRS. OTTARSON Sponsor



The Honor Society at Harpeth Hall is an honorary
organization composed of Seniors who have high
goals and ideals founded upon honor and truth. The
motto of this group is "Nil Sine Numine." In the
spring of their Junior year, the eligible girls are se-
lected according to their abilities in citizenship,
scholarship, and leadership. The main purpose of the
Honor Society is to set an example for the rest of
the students.



MARTHA WEAVER President

BETTY MO UGHON Vice-President

CORINNE RYAN Secretary

MISS KUYKENDALL Sponsor

To many students, mention of the word Penstaff
conjures up the vision of a green-eyed elf in leafy
forest clothes who is seen occasionally during the
school year peering from behind bushes, books, and
trees in search of talented creative writers. The elf
represents a club whose purpose is to encourage
writing and literary enthusiasm among its members,
who meet together once a month for the purpose of
criticising each other's work. These girls are united
by a common interest, and each is proud to claim
the Penstaff elf as her own spirit of inspiration.





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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION



OFFICERS

LEE RUSSELL President

MARY SNEED Vice-President

LINDA GLOVER Secretary-Treasurer

MISS CHADWELL Sponsor



By offering a wide variety of sports, the Athletic
Association of Harpeth Hall enables each student to
participate in athletics. The Athletic Association
Board, which is made up of the officers of the Ath^
letic Association and a representative from each
club and class, supervises the athletic activities of
the school. As part of its duties, the Association
holds tournaments in all sports and gives club and
varsity awards to outstanding participants. The
main purpose of this organization is to stimulate,
among the students, an interest in athletics and
good sportsmanship.



PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL

The Presidents' Council is an organization com-
posed of the Presidents of various groups and clubs
at Harpeth Hall. Presided over by Mrs. Souby, the
Council meets twice a year, in the fall and in the
spring, to co-ordinate activities and to discuss cam-
pus problems. At these meetings, opportunity arises
for the students to make suggestions for the future
and to take an active part in the affairs of the
school.





SCIENCE CLUB



OFFICERS

JOYCE CRUTCHER President

GINNY ZEHNDER Vice-President

DIANE JONES Secretary-Treasurer

MISS MOUNTFORT Sponsor

The Science Club is an organization created for
those whose interests lie beyond classroom work. It
offers a trip to the Oak Ridge National Laboratories,
a Science fair, and work in the experimental
"group." In the fall members embark on a week-end
to Oak Ridge where they are crammed with facts on
nuclear energy. Throughout the year work is done on
the Science Fair, an event that gives the members
of the club and the ''group" a chance to show what
they have done. Thus the club combines fun and
work with a search for knowledge.



JUNIOR CLASSICAL
LEAGUE



OFFICERS

ADA RASMUSSEN President

JUDY KINNARD Vice-President

DIANE JONES Secretary

SUSAN WILLINGHAM Treasurer

MRS. OTTARSON Sponsor

MISS MIMS Sponsor

MRS. BROCK Sjionsor

The Junior Classical League is a member of a
national organization which strives to create interest
in the cultures and languages of ancient Greece and
Rome. The programs are usually centered around
plays or skits based on subjects about which the
different Latin classes are studying. Thus the Junior
Classical League helps to keep alive an interest in
the so called "dead" languages and cultures.




FRENCH CLUB



SPANISH CLUB



OFFICERS

PATSY GARDNER President

DORIS MATTHEWS Vice-President

SUSAN JORDAN Secretary-Treasurer

MRS. FOUNTAIN Sponsor

MISS MIMS Sponsor

Students who have studied French at least one
year are eligible to join the French Club. During
the meetings, which are held once a month, only
French is spoken. This club gives students of French
the opportunity of using and enjoying the langu-
age which they are studying. Members have fun
singing songs, playing games, and putting on skits-
all in French. Several times during the year, guest
speakers come to talk about the life, the customs,
or the culture of the French people. This year club
members attended a banquet at which they en-
joyed French cuisine and conversation.



OFFICERS

GRACIE AUSTIN President

MARIANNE BOOKER Vice-President

MARY COLLINS Secretary-Treasurer

MISS MIMS Sponsor

A Spanish course is not complete without mem-
bership in the Spanish Club, for this organization
provides a varied background for study of the lan-
guage. At club meetings, held once a month, mem-
bers may meet a visiting student from Guatemala,
look at slides of Mexico and Spain, or practice their
own spoken Spanish by participating in games or
singing songs. They may break the pifiata at Christ-
mas, or sample chili and tamales at the Spanish fiesta
in the spring, when everyone wears a sombrero or
a serape, when Mary becomes Maria and Emmie,
Manolita; and all become "hispanoamericanas" for
a time.





ART CLUB



GLEE CLUB



OFFICERS

JUDY RODENHAUSER President

LENIS HOPKINS Vice-President

SARAH HOOTEN Secretary-Treasure

SUSAN HARLAN Committee Chairman

MRS. LITKENHOUS Sponsor



The Art Club is comprised of those students who
are interested in the promotion of art appreciation.
Outside of class the members participate in interest-
ing activities such as visits to private art collec-
tions. Within the school the club works on decora-
tions for school functions and displays a bulletin
board of the members' own work. The highlight of
the year is the Christmas tea at which the members
entertain their parents and faculty.



OFFICERS

NANCY HARRISON President

GINNY ZEHNDER Sergeant at Arms

ELINOR BERGER Librarian

TOLIE BOOKER Accompanist

MRS. BREAST Sponsor

The Glee Club at Harpeth Hall is a music organi-
zation provided for those girls who are musically
inclined or who just enjoy singing. The club is an
elective course and meets twice a week. During the
year, the girls gain a basic musical background, in-
cluding harmony and sight reading. To give evidence
of its achievements, the club presents programs in
chapel at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and
finally at Graduation. Often it is invited to perform
for outside organizations such as the Lion's Club or
the Rotary Club. At the close of the year, the group
has acquired a large and varied repertoire of music
of which it can be proud.





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Betty Buntin, Kay Keeble, Susan Sudduth, Cile
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Front Row: Sissie Kimbrough, Varina Frazer,

Linda Glover, Susan Sudduth. Back Row: Katie

Benson, Ginny Zehnder, Mary Sneed.



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Julia Whaley, Beverly Nash, Lattie Noel, Betty

Moughon, Gracie Austin, Cile Smith, Susie

Glasgow, Susan Cone, Mary Sneed.



HOCKEY

Front Row: Susan Jordan, Sally Richardson,
Winky Barksdale, Linda Glover. Back Row:
Kitty Sensing, Betty Moughon, Susy Glasgow,
Cile Smith, Gracie Austin, Kathy Clark, Mary
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Kitty Sensing, Mary Collins, Judy Smith,
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Linda Glover, Gracie Austin, Lee Russell.

VOLLEY BALL

Front Row: Mary Sneed, Linda Glover,

Lee Russell, Susan Sudduth. Back Row:

Varina Frazer, Cile Smith, Judy Smith,

Barbara Beaman.




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Open Monday and Friday Evenings
Till 9:00



925 Church St.
ALpine 4-6477— ALpine 4-6478



MOON DRUG COMPANY

Belle Meade Theatre Building
Pharmaceuticals — Sundries — Sick Room Supplies

Belle Meade Sub-Station Post Office



COMPLIMENTS

OF



McKay - Cameron Company, Inc.



WINSTON'S

HAIR STYLISTS

3813 Hillsboro Roac
CYpress 8-4896



Everything for the garden

Two Locations to Serve You
GEDDES DOUGLAS

Jones Ornamental Garden Ctr.



Hobbs Rd.
Cy 2-6363



3902 Hillsboro Rd.
Cy 7-2287



GREEN


HILLS


ELECTRIC


SERVICE


2 1 Green


Hills Dr.


CYpress


2-7848



COMPLIMENTS
OF

TISDALE & TISDALE
Architects




THE
B. H. STIFF JEWELRY CO.

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS

2 14-216 Sixth Ave. North
NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE

Our 1 00th Year



JOHN BOUCHARD & SON
CO.

NASHVILLE, TENN.

Phone ALpine 6-0112

Plumbing & Heating

Air Conditioning

Automatic Sprinkler Systems

Machinery & Mill Supplies


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