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Annual Publication of The Students of Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia




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MEMORIAL AND HILL TOP




ADMINISTRATION BUILDING



'ROSE TERRACE"



THE COURT



t Administration
sent McClung, and
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L WILSON JARMAN

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE




ANNA INEZ MORTON

X.CTING DEAN OF THE COLLEGE




MARTHA S. GRAFTON

DEAN OF INSTRUCTION




ELIZABETH POOLE

DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
Abseni on Leave 1940-1941




P. GIDDENS L. N. HAMILTON M. HII.LHOUSE J. SPILLMAN A. M.FARLAXD II. WHITMORE



LUCIEN I'. GIDDENS, M.A.
. Issistant to the President



JAMES SPILLMAN, E.A.
Assistant Bursar



LOIS NEAL HAMILTON, MA.

Assistant Dean of the College
.Issistant Professor of History



MARGUERITE HILLHOUSE, P..A
Registrar



ARP.IE MORRISON McFARLAND, BA.
Librarian



BLESSING WHITMORE, RA.
Secretary to the Dean of Instruction



WINIFRED LOVE, V..A.

. Iluniiirf Secretary



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F. B. STOLLENWERCK F. WAIDE II. EYSTER F. PANCAKE M. LUNSFORD M. LANG






C. ANDERSON



FANNIE B. STOLLEXWERCK
Assistant to the Dean of the College



MRS. FRANK PANCAKE
Supervisor of Halls



FRANCES WAIDE, B.A.
Secretary in the Business <>fpee



HELEN C. EYSTER

Dietitian



MARGARET LUNSFl »RD
Assistant to the Dietitian



MARGARET LANG, R.X.
Resident Nurse



CATHERINE ANDERSON. B.A.
Secretary to the Assistant to the President



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T. GRAFTON M. S. GRAFTON



II, L. BRIDGES



.MARY SWAN CARROLL. Ph.D.
Professor of History and Political Science



MARTHA S. GRAFTON, M.A.
. Issistant Professor of Sociology



ANCY WITHERSPOON McFARLAND, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Latin and History



DONALD RAILEY, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology



THOMAS GRAFT< >N, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology and Economics



HERBERT LEE BRIDGES, JR., M.S.
Associate Professor of Education



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E. P. VAN DIVER



A. MAHI.ER



A. I. .MORTON M. E. LAKENAN



H. TURNEK



EDWARD P. VANDIVER, JR., Ph.D.
Professor of English



ANNA INEZ MORTON. M.A.
Assistant Professor of English



ANDREW MAHLER, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English



MARY E. LAKENAN, M.R.E.
Professor of Bible



CATHERINE MIMS, M.A.

Assistant Professor of English



HERBERT S. TURNER, P..D., D.D.
Professor of Philosophy and Bible



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C. BROMAN



M. E. LATIMER



R. ARNOLD



C. GUNLAUGSON M. C. POWELL



CARL W. BR( >MAN, M.A.


ELIZABETH GAINES, M.A.


Professor of Fine Arts


Assistant Professor of Music


MARY E. LATIMER, Ph.D.


CHRISTINE GUNLAUGSON, B.M.


Professor of English


Director of Voice and Public School M us


Director of Speech and Dramatics






MARY COLLINS POWELL, M.A.


RANDOLPH ARNOLD. I'. A.


Director of Physical Education


Director of Art





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J. B. DAFFIN



\V. E. TROUT



L. THOMSEN



F. MAHONEY



A. L. GILKESON



JOHN 1 B. DAFFIX, M.S.
Bursar and Treasurer
Professor of Physics



MILDRED E. TAYL( >R, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy



WILLIAM E. TROUT, JR., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry



FLORENCE .MAHONEY, M.D.

Resident Physician

Director of Health

Professor of Biology



LILLIAN THOMSEN, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology



ANNA LAWLER GILKESON, ATA.
Assistant in the Department of Biology



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L. RUDESEAL



KARL EASTMAN SHEDD, Ph.D.
Professor of Modern Languages



MARY McAULIFFE, B.A.
Instructor in French and Spanish



CLARE FLANSBURGH, M.A.
Assistant Professor of French



FRANCES DODSON, BA.

Secretary to the Dean of the College

Instructor in French



FANNIE STRAUSS, MA.

Instructor in German

ELIZABETH POOLE, M.A.

Assistant Professor of French

Absent on Leave, 19 10-1941



LILLIAN RUDESEAL, B.A.

in Commercial Education
Director of Secretarial Education

MARY WATTERS, Ph.D.

. Issistaut Professor of History and Spanish

Absent on Leave, 1940-1941



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES



MR. JAMES I). FRANCIS, President

Huntington, West Virginia
DR. HERBERT S. TURNER, Vice-President

Staunton, Virginia
MR. HERBERT J. TAYLOR, Secretary. .Staunton, Virginia



TERMS EXPIRING 1941

DR. FREDERICK L. BROWN Charlottesville, Virginia

MR. RICHARD D. COOKE Norfolk, Virginia

MR. JAMES I). FRANCIS Huntington, West Virginia

MR. WALLACE P.. McFARLAND Staunton, Virginia

MR. CAMPBELL PANCAKE Staunton, Virginia

TERMS EXPIRING 1942

MR. CHARLES S. HUNTER Staunton, Virginia

MR. A. ERSKINE MILLER Staunton. Virginia

MRS. THOMAS H. RUSSELL Staunton, Virginia

REV. HERBERT S. TURNER, D.D Staunton, Virginia

CAPTAIN FRANK M. WRAY Berryville, Virginia



TERMS EXPIRING 1943

REV. WALLACE M. ALSTON, D.D.

Charleston, West Virginia
DR. JULIAN A. BURRUSS Blacksburg, Virginia



MRS. H. L. HUNT Dallas, Texas

REV. HARRIS E. KIRK, D.D Baltimore, Maryland

REV. J. N. THOMAS, Ph.D Richmond, Virginia



TERMS EXPIRING 1944

REV. HUNTER B. BLAKELY, D.D.

Charlotte. North Carolina

MRS. WILLI AM R. CRAIG Mocksville, North Carolina

MR. W. H. EAST Staunton, Virginia

MR. 1). GLENN RUCKMAN Staunton, Virginia

MR. HERBERT J. TAYLOR Staunton, Virginia

EX-OFFICIO
DR. L. WILS( >N TARMAN Staunton, Virginia



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MR. JAMES D. FRANCIS

Chairman
DR. L. WILSON JARMAN
MR. A. ERSKINE MILLER
MRS. THOMAS H. RUSSELL
MR. D. GLENN RUCKMAN
DR. HERBERT S. TURNER



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS



MARTHA FARMER
President



COLORS OF THE CLASS OF 1941
White and Lavender




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MISS ARNOLD
Sponsor

MARY HENDERSON

J'icc-Prcsidait



RANDOLPH FLEMING

Treasurer
CAMILLE ANDERSON

Secretary



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Elected to the Mary Baldwin Honor Society her senior
year — "Brewster" is mostly found in the art studio — her soph-
omore year found her art editor of the Miscellany, secretary
and treasurer of the Art Club — member of the Riding and
Dramatic Clubs — class marshal — her junior year she became
art editor of the Bluestocking and had her first dramatic
experience in "Stage Door" — the senior year finds her chief
marshal — a member of the Art and Dramatic Clubs — on the
Miscellany staff — in the cast of the senior play — and an at-
tendant to the May Queen.






JOYCE BREWSTER ALBRIGHT

DETROIT, MICH [GAN

Candidate for Bachelor of . Iris Degree
English




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Camille's activities have been varied — for three years she
has been one of the prominent members of the Social Com-
mittee — a member of the Dramatic, Art, and International
Relations Clubs — served on a Y. W. committee her sophomore
year — junior class marshal — secretary of the senior class —
fashion editor of the Miscellany — art editor of Campus Com-
ments — attendant to the May Queen.





CAMILLE M cLEAN ANDERSON

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree
Art



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CECIL ELIZABETH BREWEE

I.I l: \.\o.\, KENTUCKY

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dcgr,
French



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Cecil, the attractive daughter of an attractive former Mary
Baldwin girl, has been a member of the Granddaughters and
Little Sisters Club her four years here — also has continually
belonged to the Athletic Association, the Y.W.C.A., and the
French Club, serving as secretary-treasurer her senior year —
three years a member of the Dramatic Club — on the Y. W.
Finance Committee as a sophomore and a Freshman Adviser
when a junior — her senior year finds Cecil chairman of Fresh-
man Advisers, House President of Sky High, and a member of
the Student Council.



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( lutstanding in the field of dramatics and athletics — Phyllis
has made numerous stage appearances among which were:
"Fresh Fields," "Seven Sisters," "First Lady," "Cradle Song,"
"Stage Door," three of Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30" —
director and one of the leads in the senior play, "Tony Draws
a Horse" — for tour years an active member of the Dramatic
Club, of which she was vice-president her junior year and
president her senior year — interested in the Athletic Associa-
tion, she was on the Athletic Council her sophomore and senioi
years, and the vice-president when she was a junior — this year
she also received the best sportsmanship award — president of
ihe junior class — a member of the Presidents' Forum for two
years — dramatic critic of the Miscellany- -elected to "Who's
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities."





PHYLLIS BARD BR< >WNE

DOBBS FERRY, NEW YORK

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degn

Speech.



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NANCY WRIGHT CLARK

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

Candidate for Bachelor of . trts Degree
History



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Nancy's freshman year she was a member of the Glee Club
and of the Dramatic Club her freshman and sophomore years
— the last three years a member of the International Relations
Club and of the Art Club her junior year — Nancy has been
very active in athletics — always a member of the Athletic As-
sociation, in her junior year leader of basketball on the A. A.
Council and as a senior she was president of the Athletic
Council which made her a member of the Student Council and
Presidents' Forum — she was on the varsity basketball team for
her first three years — senior year on the class hockey team —
received her Senior Life Saving emblem this year — was a
Freshman Adviser in her junior year and as a senior was
elected to "Who's Who among Students in American Colleges
and Universities."




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Her achievements were recognized in the 1941 edition of
"Who's Who anion:/ Students in American Colleges and Uni-
versities" — her literary abilities were shown her sophomore
year when she was news editor of Campus Comments — con-
tinuing in her junior year, when she was business manager of
Miscellany and managing editor of Campus Comments — senior
year, editor of Campus Comments, member of Presidents'
Forum — for four years Alice Berry belonged to the Grand-
daughters and Little Sisters Club and its president her junior
year — also a member of the Dav Student Club.





ALICE BERRY CLEVELAND

STAUNTON. VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of . Irts Degree

English



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For four years Janet lias been actively associated with the
Day Student Club, of which she was treasurer her sophomore
year — since sophomore year a member of the French Club and
its vice-president her senior year — also this last year saw her
business manager of Campus Comments — a member of the
Y.W.C.A. and Athletic Association since her freshman year.




JANET LORRAINE CL1NE

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of . Iris Pair,
French




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Outstanding on the stage, in art. and in music — in her soph-
omore year Kathleen was president of the Art Club and art
editor of the Bluestocking — during her junior year she was
snapshot editor of the Bluestocking — in the cast of the senior
play "Tony Draws a Horse" and the Dramatic Club's produc-
tion "Family Album" — because of her lovely voice she has been
for four years an addition to the (dee Club of which she was
president her junior year — member of Presidents' Forum her
sophomore and junior years.





KATHLEEN REED DAILY

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degre
I 'oice



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MARY JAM'. DAUGHERITY

SAX AN'I'oN lu. TEXAS

Candidate for Bachelor of . Irts Dcgrci
English



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Mary Jane is one of our ardent club fans — in '37 and '38 as
a freshman, she took part in the Dramatic Club play Girls
Alone — a member of the Riding and International Relations
Clubs — her sophomore year a member of the Science, Dramatic
and International Relations Clubs — during her junior and
senior years she was a member of the International Relations
Club.







For four vears Katherine has been a member of the
International Relations Club, the Athletic Association,
and the Y.W.C.A. — a member of the Garden Club her
first year — her sophomore and junior years she was a
member of the Music Club.





KATHERINE CONNOR DUN1.AI'

I1AKTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA

Candidate fur Bachelor of Arts Degree

History



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Since her freshman year, Lelia has been a member of the
Day Student and Granddaughters and Little Sisters Clubs —
Athletic Association and Y.W.C.A. — in her junior year she
served on the Devotional Committee of the Y.W. — a member
of the International Relations Club during her junior and
senior years.



LELIA AGNES DUNLAP

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree
English




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Martha was the petite president of the senior class — treas-
urer of the junior class — a member of the Presidents' Forum —
her various activities here at college have included the Art
Club, Dramatic Club, and Garden Club — Freshman Adviser
her junior year — stage manager of the senior play and on the
committee for the Senior Christmas Party.





MARTHA JANE FARMER

DOTHAN, ALABAMA

Candidate for Bachelor of . lrts Degree
Sociology



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ANNE RANDOLPH FLEMING

NORTON, VIRGIN I A

( andidate for Bachelor of . Irts Degret
History



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"Randy" has received training in economic matters as weli
as historical — her junior year she was treasurer of the Glee
Club, her senior year treasurer of her class and Student Treas-.
urer — her athletic ability was seen for four years on the basket-
ball court where she often played on her class team — an active
member of the International Relations Club for four years, she
became secretary her senior; year — also in her senior year on
the Presidents' Forum.




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Julia came to Mary Baldwin as a junior transfer from
Florida State College for Women. Tallahassee, Florida, and
Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia — her senior year was tilled
with various activities — president of International Relations
Club — secretary of Granddaughters and Little Sisters Club —
Freshman Adviser — on Campus Comments staff — member oi
Music Club — delegate to International Relations Regional meet-
ing in Tallahassee.





JULIA ELIZABETH HARRIS

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Candidate for Bachelor of . Irts Degn
History



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Lillie, one of our Southern "belles," seems quite at home
looking over a microscope, but has several other interests — a
member of the Garden Club her freshman and sophomore
years, a member of the Art Club her sophomore year — a mem-
ber of the Science Club her junior and senior years — secretary
of the Science Club her junior year — Lillie has been a member
of the Athletic Association and the Y.W.C.A. all four years —
on the Y.W. Social Committee her junior year and the Y.W.
Vesper Committee her senior year — one of the stage crew for
the Senior Play — a Freshman Adviser her junior year, and
during her senior year she was House President of Martha
Riddle and on the Student Council.



1. 1!. Lib'. RITCHIE HARWELL

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of .his Degree
Biology




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In her freshman year, Mary was a member of the Garden
and International Relations Clubs, made the class teams for
baseball and basketball and a member of the varsity baseball —
Mary left us her sophomore year, attended the University of
Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky — returned to us for her
junior and senior years — junior year a member of the Dramatic,
French, and Glee Clubs — in the play Stage Door — a member of
the class hockey and basketball teams — in her senior year
"Henderson" has been a member of the Dramatic and Glee
Clubs and president of the Science Club — in the senior play —
a member of the Presidents' Forum — on the class hockey team
and vice-president of her class — a member of the Athletic
Association and Y.W.C.A. during her three years at Mary
Baldwin.





MARY LANCASTER HENDERSON

LEX I NGTON , KENTUC K V

Candidate for Bachelor of . Iris Degree
Biology



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"Libby" was seen frequently on the hockey field, since
throughout her college days she has been a member of her
class team — also on the baseball team her freshman year — for
three years a member of the Garden Club — her junior and
senior rears saw her active in the Science Club — her freshman
and sophomore years in the Secretarial Club.



ELIZABETH MADISON HILL

ST. LOUIS, M [SSOURI

Candidate for Bachelor of . lrts Degre
Mathematics




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Since she has been here. Charlotte has been faithful to the
Glee Club, serving as librarian in her junior year and as assist-
ant librarian as a senior — first two years a member of the
Secretarial and Garden Clubs — for three years active in the
International Relations Club — a senior member of the Science
Club — for two years on the Club House Committee.





CHARLOTTE HUMBERT

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of .his Degrei
Psychology



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ELEANOR KNOTT JOHNSON

HARPERS FERRY, VIRGINIA

( 'andidate for Bachelor of . Iris Degree
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"EI" spent her first two years of college life at Sullins
College, Bristol, Virginia — last year she attended Shepherd
College, Shepherdstown, West Virginia — since joining the
ranks at Man - Baldwin, her senior year, she has become a
member of the International Relations Club, Granddaughters
and Litlle Sisters Club — she is on the Devotional Committee of
the Y.W.C.A. and a member of the Athletic Association.



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Anne's earnest application to her college work hasn't
given her much time for Other interests — she was
a member of the Day Student Club her four years here
— in her senior year belonged to the Music and Garden
Clubs.





ANNE ROLLING JONES

STAU N TO N, VI KG INI A

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degrt
English



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GRACE JONES

ALMA, GEORGIA

Co ad ill ale for Bachelor of Arts Dcgre
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Grace is always willing to enter into tilings and do her share
of the work — a member of the Dramatic Club all four years
— participated in many of its plays — her freshman year she
was in The Hour Glass, her sophomore year she was in First
Lady — when a junior in Stage Door — as a senior she was
stage manager of Brief Music — a member of the International
Relations Club her first two years and a member of the Science
Club her sophomore year — as a junior she was on the World
Fellowship Committee and as a senior on the Y.W. Finance
Committee — a member of the class hockey team her freshman,
sophomore, and junior years — a member of the Athletic Asso-
ciation and Y.W.CA. her four years at college.




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"Keelev" is a good friend to everyone and she always lends
a cheerful atmosphere to the Biology Lab. — her four years at
Mary Baldwin she has been a member of the 1 >ay Student Club,
the Athletic Association, and the Y.W.C.A. — in her sophomore,
junior, and senior years she was a member of the Science Club
and the last two years a member of the German Club — during
her senior rear she was also a member of the International
Relations Club and a staff member of Campus Com incuts.





MARY AXXA KEELEY

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree
Biology



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M ENDOTA, ILLINOIS

Candidate for Bachelor of . Irts Dcgrt
English



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Elaine has participated in several things — in her junior year
she was feature editor of Campus Comments and associate
editor of Miscellany — her senior year found her as assistant
editor of Miscellany — a member of the Y.W.C.A. all four
years — her junior year a member of the Social Service Com-
mittee and as a senior on the World Fellowship Committee —
Elaine has been a member of the Athletic Association, the Day
Student and International Relations Clubs all four years and a
member of the German Club for three years — elected to the
Alary Baldwin Honor Society her senior year and was chosen
to represent the College as Princess of the Virginia Apple
Blossom Festival of 1941.




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Louise, a favorite member of the class of 1941, in her fresh-
man and sophomore years was on the business staff of Campus
Comments and business manager her junior year — a member
of the Glee Club for the last three years, president of it her
junior year and business manager her senior year — a member
of the Dramatic Club her junior and freshman years, taking
part in Stage Door and First Lady — a member of the Art Club
her freshman and sophomore years, a member of the Music
Club her sophomore and junior years, a member oi the Science
Club her senior year — Freshman Adviser her junior year — on
the Student Council and House President of Memorial her
senior year — took part in the Senior Play, Tony Draws A
Horse — all four years a member of the Athletic Association
and of the Y.W.C.A. and in her sophomore year on the World
Fellowship Committee for the Y.W.





LOUISE .MARGARET KINKEL

SNYDER, NEW YORK

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree
Sociology



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ROSALIE ANNE LAMBERT

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA

C andidate for Bachelor of . Irts Degri
Biology



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A Staunton girl who belongs to a "Mary Baldwin family,"
since her mother, aunts, and two sisters came here to school —
hence Rosalie's membership in the Granddaughters and Little
Sisters Club — also interested in the Y.W.C.A. and Athletic
Association, Day Student Club — usually found in the Biology
Lab., it's not surprising to find her a member of the Science
Club and in her junior year on the executive committee of
club.




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Active in both literary and musical fields, Sarah has been a
member of the Music Club her four years at college — vice-
president her senior year — secretary of freshman and junior
classes — her sophomore and junior years found her associate
editor of Miscellany, excellent training for the office she held
on that publication her senior year, that of editor — active in
the ( ilee Club, International Relations, and French Clubs —
served as treasurer of French Club her junior year — also in the
same year she was feature editor of the Bluestocking, Fresh-
man Adviser, and elected to the .Mary Baldwin Honor Society
— when a senior, Sarah was on the Presidents' Forum, and on
the committee which had charge of the Senior Christmas Party.






SARAH B< >YD LANE

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree
French and Music



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Jean, better known to most of the "iris as "Funky," has
been an active day student — a member of the Athletic Associa-
tion and Y.W.C.A. for four years — an outstanding member of
the Science Club since her entrance into college and treasurer
of this club her junior year — a member of the Day Student
Club — in her junior year served as its secretary and as a senior
was the president, hence a member of the Student Council and
Presidents' Forum — also belonged to the Alary Baldwin Honor
Society and elected to "Who's Who among Students in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities."


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