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RhODA ELEANOR UJMANSKY


EDITOR-J-cflIEF
LUCILLE IADMOIIE
BUSINESS MANAGER
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Four of close association with Dr Frank Scott
years

has endeared him to the members of the senior class To us


and of
he has been more than our college pastor professor

education he has been our friend


religious
he has been affiliated with the college
In the seven years
and toward the
Dr Scott has directed all his efforts energies

He has been an influence for good both


interests of Beaver

and on the college as whole While we appre


on individuals
ciate all the outstanding qualities of Dr Scott we admire him

and believes
most for his utter sincerity in all he says does
of he has succeeded in becoming an
Because this sincerity

the members of the senior


inspiration and guide not only to

class but to all his associates

In small we wish to pay tribute to the man who


some way
Beaver With
has contributed so much to our happiness at

of 1940 dedicates this


this thought in mind the senior class

BEAVER LOG to Frank Scott


THEIR VIRTUES SHALL BE TESTIFIED

NOT ONLY BY THE INSCRIPTION ON

STONE AT HOME BUT IN ALL LANDS

WHERESOEVER IN THE

RECORD OF THE ND\HCH FAR

BEYOND ANY MONUMENT WILL REMAIN

WITH ALL MEN EVERLASTINGLY

SOCRATES
THROUGH

The cial date of the founding of Beaver College is 1853

dates back to 1850 At this


but of the college really

tim academies for the education of young women were

Beaver Presbyterian
min
starte in Falls Pennsylvaniaone by

ister and one by Methodist minister

too small for two such educational


The town was evidently

of the aca The Pres


institutions for neither one prospered

sted to the Methcdist


byteria minister far-sighted gent

minister that the two schools me

The Methodists ha than the Presby


probably money

for after much consideration and planning the Methodist


terians

backed the conference bought the Presby


church by Pittsburgh

charter the state and in 1853


terian academy was granted by

the was erected Thus the Beaver Female Seminary


first building

became the forerunner of the Beaver College we know today

education for women wasP


At that time higher young just

The of the Beaver Female Seminary was to


beginning purpose

female in the sciences and useful literature


educate youths arts

was realized we do
Whether or not this high and worthy purpose

but do know that the fond of the fainting


not know we parents

female scholars were satisfied because the school prospered

In 1872 charter was granted to the seminary by the Common

of The Beaver Female Seminary became full


wealth Pennsylvania

and was granted all the rights and privileges ex


fledged college

tended to all and universities in the country At this same


colleges

under the auspices and patronage of


time the college was placed

the annual Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal


Pittsburgh

Church U.S.A

arose which threatened the security


About 1900 complications

and
of the college Several large heavily endowed private colleges

universities were built in and around Pittsburgh There


state up
advisable the location of the
fore the trustees deemed it to change

school

In 1925 desirable location was found in Jenkintown Penn

Jenkintown was bought from the


sylvania and the present campus

school that then occupied it


private

Several prior to this change connections with the Meth


years

odist church had been and Beaver College became affiliated


severed
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GREY TOWERS LOBBY
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FELLOW TRAVELER OF WHOM

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James Lan.irig \\atertoun \.1

Mrs Joseph \larsh Honoi ar\ rutee Pittsburgh Pa

Ruth \ichols Re
Frederic Pait ne Pa

Robert Rendall Jerse Cit

Harry Richardson LLB Beaer Pa

Joseph Steele Philadelphia Pa

trclne ift Philadelphia Pa

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Dr Ruth Loving Higgins has

been Dean of the College at

Beaver for the six years It


past

difficult to fit tribute to her


is
pay
sincerity in furthering the aca

demic recognition of Beaver Col

Her ceaseless efforts have


lege

been directed toward the inculca

tion and stimulation of an inter

est in academic achieyemenL Ln


der Dean Higgin cuidame oul

curriculum has been broadened

and expanded to meet the demands

of modern educational trends

It is also to Dean Higgins

credit that summer school was

initiated at Beaver College Dur

ing its five sessions the summer


school has offered opportunity for

additional cultural and social en


richment to the students

iean who herself


Higgins is

.ioficie.nt student has retained

contac.t with her njo ite.reSt

history by teaching several classes

in tbat subject She is welt known

in her field and has attained the

honor of included in several


being

volumes of Whos Who in Amer

Des.pite her numerous duties

Dean Higgins has al.wavs been

to extend her symp athe.tic


eager
advice to the individual students

Her manner and


straightforward

of expression have been


simplicity

in solving the most diffi


helpful

cult Dean Higgins


problems
services have been invaluable to

both the students and Beaver Col

Ie.ge

hull LO%IIG IIIGGI%S


ROBERTA PAULHAMUS A.B FRANK SCOTT D.D NATHANIEL SILSBEE C.P.A ELIZABETH BAUM A.B in L.S

Registrar College Pastor Comptroller Librarian

ADMINISTRATION AIDES

CHARLES HUNT sARJORIE BACHELLER B.S ROBERTA PAULHAMUS KATHRYN CLEMMER


Manager of the Post Office Dietitian Regent and Residence Director Regent of Grey Towers

of Montgomery Hall

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JOSEPHINE RITCHIE GRACE SUTTON A.B HARRY SWANFELD
Regent of Beaver Hall Director of Placement Purchasing Agent

WILMER GREULICH M.A LISELOTTE ROTH Ph.D HELEN CAMPBELL


Director of Public Relations Assistant the Dean Students Associate Director
to of of Residence

MARGARET KING B.S in L.S WINIFRED THOMPSON A.B MADELINE BROSIUS


Assistant Librarian Executive Secretary the Book Store
Manager of

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COMMITTEES OF TUE FACLTLTY

COMMEITEF O\ BF\CES Dr Ryland Di COMMII TEE O\ PIACLML\T Mr eifert

Higgin Dr Scott Mh Ball Mhc AIlion Mrs Sutton Dr Higgins Mi Liii Mi. hIe

on Mrs Dager Mr Bergstressei

C0M\IITTIE O\ thMISSIO\S Miss Faul

hamus Dr Higgin Dr Mooney Dr tur


OMMITTLE O\ RELIGIOI LIFL Dr
aeon Mr Curry Mis Durand
Mooner Dr Scott Di Higgmn. Mi. trkei
Dr Tutsi1er Dr Dapp
O\IMITILU O\ F\I\E l\TFRETS Dr

Higgin Mi.s Paulbamu Miss Shiier Mis

Schmidt Mis tringfelIor Mi. Bull \li COMMITTEE O\ HOL\SIl Si \DI\G


Zui bu hen A\D HO\ORS Dr Barnes Di Higgin.

Mi Paulhainu Dr Cutright Dr StuIg .i

OMMIITLF O\ CTLOGt Dr Higgins Mis bi .on Mi. Peirce Mi. Bull \li.s

Mis Paulhainu. Di Fenton Mr Seifert Gilror

CO\I\IIITFI O\ COLLEGE GO\FR\MF\I


O\I\IIITLF O\ PFCl OCl PRI\
Di Motoi Di Di Barnes \lr ei
Iligaiii
ILFGF Mr PauIhamus Mrs Hunt Mi
Icrt Dr uti iLht \Iis Piulirainus Mrs hunt
Cimphell Dr Higgins
Mi. Campbell

COMM1 11 LF O\ DII \\l Mi. Iltun Mr


COMM1IIFF O\ 511 DLVI A1HLETIC TI\
TlL Miss Ball Miss Cuenthei Mr
pi ii Mi. \\
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Mi \\at \Ii. Ku nes Mi Oii Mi


Bainpion \hi on \Ii Knud.on \1i.s

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Kiiine

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Lw Di hIigin \li. Paulhamu Mr. 1w- Di \latheon Mi Sp uance Mi \\ is te Dr

hiei Dr Bc Mi eifei MF. Baum Bull

\Ii Gui nthr \hi ialit Mi lli.on

COMMI O\ SILDF\T TECHI\u Mi


O\I\IITIFF O\ EC1ERI A\D PFKER heifer Dr Higgins \lr. Lw buchi \Ii
Di \Ioorie Di Hiram. Dr ott Dr lI
Prulhamus Dr Krabihi
hind Di Brihl Mr OBiien

O\IMIITEE O\ \OCVIIO\kl GF1DVCL


O\IMI 1111 O\ BH \R Di laik Mi
Dr Barne Dr Higgni Mr ifeit Mi. Bull
ham \l Kiiia Di Higamn. Di Fenton
Mrs Zui buchen
\1i Durand Di Bou en Mr homa.

OM\IITTF O\ Ml Mu Curr\ Mi Martin COMMIITIEL O\ L\I \-fl RRICL IAR


Mis Banipon Mi hlaaai \lr Mrii ph Mr Ih\ ITIES Mi turgcori Ii. Felice Di

Barloi Mi \agle Cutright Mr pruawe Dr Metienthin

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LIITFIl fN.I1I..llN \vEIc.f.IT .Plid

PiIcr of Prenrh

EUZANNE IL .jA IITS 411

Instructor in French

.LfITHER TlET.7F1iflfIJN PIcPL

Pro fmssor of Common

BEIITIIA hEIR CP

Professor of Lrsngorstses

LTI lCETClIUffL \J4

4.c.t4r Assist not Professor

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L.AWREINCE ctgRy \fl.\

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AssolIltII .4Insi.n

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CARL f.5EIBBRT NLA .BIIANC.ES BALER. Ed.

Projcssnr of Ldacanon ttn/ Director re of pfr7ljrir pf


ntsu rut Leach inu

EUL.A ABL.ESON PrrL

j5ytfcrrtsr of Edify Childhood

KATI CdT/LBS Add

/lsSOcitttc Prof/seer of liar Ch.ifdhooif

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DORIS FENTON Ph.D BELLE MATHESON Ph.D

Professor of English Associate Professor of English

MARY BRILL Ph.D

Associate Professor of English

CARRINGTON TUTWILER
Ph.D

Associate Pro/essor of English

FRANCES MILLER Ph.D

issociate Professor of English

RUTH HAUN MA
Instructor in Speech and Dramatic Art

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gocz/ _cience

MARY CLARKE Ph.D

Professor of History

RUTH I-IIGCINS Ph.D

Professor of History

REBECCA SHRT\ ER AM
Instructor in History

WILLIAM RYLAND Ph.D

of Social Science
Professor

THELMA MAY DILLON \1. ELSiE STRYKER MA


Assistant of Social Science Assistant Professor of Sociology
Professor

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7/o/ne eonoiniei

1SABELLE BULL MS in Ed

Professor of Home Economics

IRENE BEAR M.A LILLIAN KNUDSON M.S

Assistant Professor of Home Economics Instructor in Home Economics

CLARA CARRISON MS
Instructor in Home Economics

PHYLLIS KEIDEL B.S

Instructor in Home Economics

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HILDA GUENTHER MS
Professor of Health and Physical

Education

JEAN BALL AM LOl ISE ORR B.S

Assistant Professor of Health and Instructor in Health and Physical

Physical Education Educat ion

MARJORY KINNEY B.S

Instructor in Health and Physical

Education

LINFORD SCHOBER

Instructor in Health and Physical

Education

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yion
CI-IARLES DAPP Ph.D

Professor of Philosophy

FRANK SCOTT D.D

Professor of Bible and Religious

Education

ELSIE STRYKER M.A

Assistant Professor of Bible


PAyicLi/
eLence

WILLIAM STURGEON Ph.D

Professor of Chemistry

LILLIAN STRINGFELLOW B.S

instructor in Chemistry

ADELL SCHMIDT A.B

instructor in Chemistry

HELEN GILROY Ph.D

Professor of Physics

JANET DURAND AM
Professor of Moth emotics

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PAUL CUTRIGHT Ph.D

Professor of Biology

PAUL BOWEN Ph.D

Assistant Professor of Biology

KENNITH BERGSTRESSER M.S

Instructor in Biology

P.5A0/055

ELINOR BARNES Ph.D

Professor of Psychology

LOIS ADAMS Ph.D

Assistant Professor of Psychology

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LESLIE ELLIS MEd


Professor of Commerce

CHARLES WAYTE MA
Assistant Professor of Commerce

LENORA ALLISON M.Ed

Instructor in Commerce

THO\1AS AR\1STRONG LB.A

Instructor in Commerce

JEAN HARMEN B.S

Instructor in Commerce

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PILFERED AWAY BY WHAT

THE BARD WHO SANG OF THE

ENCHANTER INDOLENCE HATH

CALLED GOO

LOUNGING AND BEHOLD

MAP OF MY COLLEGIATE LIFE

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Edna Cheyney Dorothy Patten irginia Woodcock Ida Gilirnan

The present senior class has been called an all round class
the peppiest and most collegiate class at Beaver This characteriza

tion implies but not accurately that our pace has been exciting

Without doubt the sentiments of this class have been focused

through the following words written by one of its own members

Frankly we are not unusual We entered college as other

classes have before and will againnew disorganized of


group
individuals with varied tastes and diverse goals Through our four

years we have behaved as other classes followed in some fields

led in others Gradually we have developed into the unified body


which is the Class of 1940

Some of our members have distinguished themselves in the

field of sports On both varsity and intramural teams they have

always evinced the sportsmanship and fair play expected of Beaver

representatives Others of us have fostered more intelligent

appreciation of the arts by an active interest in the fields of drama


music and literature few through exceptional scholastic ability

and marked capacity for leadership have contributed positively to

the academic and administrative channels of the college

Our united efforts have insured the success of all class activi

ties None of us will forget the fun and hard work of Song Contest

from which victorious for two consecutive


we emerged years the
beauty of Junior Prom the thrilling monient of Junior-Senior break

fast and the good fellowship of Senior-Faculty breakfast

We have kept alive those traditions which we consider mi

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OFFICERS

Presirlent Edna Mae Cheyney

Vice-President Dorothy Patten

Secretary irginia Woodcock

Treasurer Ida Gilman

Song Con teat Chairman Edna Mae Cheyney

Ploy Contest Chairman \Iarie Houstoun

Senior Dance Chairman Dorothy Sutton

Senior.Foculty Breakfast Chairman Edna Cranmer

Senior Week Chairman Ethel Moore

Chairomn Dorothy Patten


Cep and Gown

Sutton Cranmer Moore

Gilirnan Cheyney Patten

Houstoun Woodcock

of the Beaver we love As and as in


portant attributes group
dividual minds we have maintained and we sincerely trust have

the various student activities so vital to our college life


improved
We have been accused of taking the middle path It would

seem that we are neither liberals nor conservatives We are told

that we have the pernicious habit of dreaming dreams impossible

of execution of talking easily and forgetting to act We have

criticized without offering constructive advice

We freely admit all this and yet we would defend ourselves

We feel and rightly so that even this


type
of class has its own
the preserva
peculiar place in college By our very struggle against

tion of institutions because they are institutions we have


simply

our ideas in the


proved that we are not stagnant By advancing

have instilled in
form of criticism destructive or otherwise we

others an interest in student affairs which we feel will be far-

reaching
If we have created in others even an aversion to our so-called

then have done much indeed If we have instigated


inertia we will

the underclasses then we shall graduate with


new spirit among
the Beaver be it or quickly
knowledge that will grow stumblingly

toward the realization of its


goal
This then is the graduating class of 1940 We shall leave as

other classes have left there will be some retrospection some

regret some eagerness to move on We have said that we are not

but of effort we have of our


unusual through our unanimity given

best

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Cranmer Hill Carlin St Clair
Oliver Garrison Moore Chairman Parker Jackson
Lowry Houstoun Snyder

SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE


PROGRAM
Monday May 20
730 Senior Skit NightFour Years Beaver Live
at or Alone and
Like It Murphy Memorial Hall Grey Towers
Friday June

200 p.m Commencement Rehearsal Memorial


Murphy Chapel
900 p.m Senior Promenade Hall
Reception Grey Towers
Saturday June
lO30 Baseball Game and Field
Faculty Students Hockey
lOO Alumnae Luncheon Beaver Hall Room
Dining
2OO Annual Alumnae Business Meeting Taylor Chapel
Sunday June
lO30 The Baccalaureate Sermon Andrew Mutch D.D L.L.D Murphy
Memorial Chapel
330 Y.W.C.A Senior Tea in Honor of Beaver Hall
Parents Drawing
Room
700 Farewell Chapel Service Conducted by Seniors Taylor Chapel
Monday June 10

930 Brunch
Party for Mothers in Beaver Chatterbox
1030a.m Class Day Program Taylor Chapel
430 Bike Ride and Picnic to Green
Valley
915 Step Singing Beaver Hall Porch
Tuesday June 11

900a.m Lantern Chain Rehearsal Grey Towers

l23Op.m Mothers Luncheon Beaver Hall Dining Room


l00 Senior Luncheon Huntington Club
Valley Country
215 Trip to Bryn Athyn Cathedral for Mothers
830 Lantern Chain and Towers
Singing Grey
900 Lantern Night Dance and Fathers J\ight Murphy Court and Gym
nasium

Wednesday June 12
1030 Annual Commencement
Eighty-Seventh Grey Towers Address
Dr Raymon Kistler President-Elect of Beaver College
TUE SEIIOR CLASS OF 1940
RUTH LEE ADAIR
411 15th Avenue

Paterson I\

Business Administration Bachelor Science


of

Transfer Iron Chevy Chase Junior College

Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

LORRAIJNE JEANNETTE ALKON


168-09 Gothic Drive

Jamaica
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Spanish Social Welfare

Transfer from Goucher College

BEAVER Loc advertising staff International Relations Club


Song Contest participant Spanish Club Treasurer Y.W.C.A
EMILY WARREN AMBROSE
378 Lowell Street

Reading Mass
Commercial Education Bachelor of Science

Business Education Club Commercial Club


Frencb Club Intramural basketball

hockey May Day participant Song


Contest Y.W.C.A

DORIS MILDRED ANDERSON


343 Morris Avenue

Rockville Centre
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Chemistry Club Science Open House


Committee Home Economics Club
Junior-Senior Breakfast Chairman May Day
costume committee participant usher

Social Committee Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A
NINA MARGUERITE de ANGELI
212 Hillside Avenue

Jenkintown Pa
Rosiness Administration Bachelor of Science

Alpha Kappa Alpha Art Festival Drama


Committee participant Beocer Review
Business Manager Contrihuting Editor

Beclex Secretary President cast of play

Choir Students Council President


Day
Representative on Student Council French
Club Glee Club Honor Court

Laurel Chain May Day Character

Drama Committee Chairman participant

Nominating Committee Pi Delta Epsilon

Play Contest participant Resolutions Cons


mittee Song Contest participant contribu
tor Whos Who in American Colleges
WJ.A.S.G Convention

ELSIE BABCOCK
1019 69th Avenue

Philadelphia Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

English Social Welfare

Art Festival contributor Beaver News reporter


News Editor Faculty Editor Beover
Revieze contributor Contributing Editor

May Day Publicity Committee participant


Pi Delta Epsilon Song Contest partici

pant Student Press Bureau Chairman


and Organizer
SOPHIE BER\STEIN
397 Bath Avenue

Long Branch
Liberal Arts Bachelor Arts
of

Political Science History Biology

BEAVER LOG typing staff German Club International Relations

Club convention delegate Program Chairman Junto

May Day usher grounds comnhlttee Song Contest participant

LETICIA BESOSA
San Juan Puerto Rico

Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Spanish Social Science

French Club Intramural paddle tennis May Day participant


Newman Club Philomusan Club Senior.Faculty
Breakfast Committee Song Contest Spanish Club

Varsity Swimming
JANE BLEAKLEY
1010 Hunters Lane

Carroll Park Pa
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Chemistry Club Home Economics Club


Intramural badminton basketball

hockey May Day participant


Modern Dance Club Play Contest

participant Song Contest

ALMA JUNE BLEICHER


1009 Yorkshire Road

Grosse Pointe Mich


Business Adminiatration Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Hillsdale College

BEAVER LOG circulation staff typing staff

Commercial Club German Club Inter

national Relations May Day participant


Newman Club Nominating Committee
Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A
NORMA BONOMI
25-29 Ericson Street

East Elmhurst Long Island


Bachelor of Arts
Liberal Arts
French History

Kappa Alpha Program Chairman Vice-President


Alpha
BEAVER LOG Literary Editor Beaver News reporter Beclex

Honor Group French Club Handbook


Distinguished
Associate Editor International Relations Club Intramural

Day Grounds and Committee


basketball May Transportation

participant Pi Delta Epsilon Annual Historian

Contest Stage Manager Song Contest


Vice-President Play

participant Spanish Club YW.C.A

DOROTHY ELAINE BOYD


41 North Pine Street

Lewistown Pa
Childhood Educotion Bochelor Science
Bony of

Chi Epsilon Secretary Freshman Class Halloween Party Com


mittee Glee Club Junior Clais nominating committee May
Day participant usher ticket committee Play

Contest participant Song Contest participant YW.C.A


Cabinet
MARY PEARL BRAGG
39 Madison Avenue

Mount Holly
Bachelor Science
Home Economics of

House Committee Home


Chemistry Club Science Open
Economics Club May Day costume committee
Contest participant Y.W.C.A
Song

HILDA BREGMAN
642 Linden Boulevard

Brooklyn
Bachelor Science
Eleoientary Education of

Circulation circulation staff Epsilon


BEAVER Loc Manager
Room Hostess Chairman Honor Court
Alpha Dining
Song Contest
Junto May Day usher participant
MARGARET MELVILLE BRISTER
124 Webster Avenue

Wyncote Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

French Spanish

Beclex cast of play Student Coach


Classical Club Day Students Dance Com
mittee French Club Secretary Play

Contest Chairman participant Spanish Club

RUTH BROELAND
831 Plymouth Avenue

Schenectady
Childhood Education Bachelor of Science
Early

Chi Epsilon Junto May Day par


Song Contest participant
ticipant
DOROTHY ELIZABETH BRYER
146 Seventh Avenue

Peiham
Childhood Education Bachelor of Science
Early

Athletic Association Intramural Tennis Manager


Beut LOG circulation staff Beover News
Beclex cast of play
reporter
Chi Epsilon Glee Club Intramural

rifle hockey May Day Buildings and Grounds


Chairman Contest
participant Play

Song Contest participant


participant
Senior Dance Committee Y.W.C.A

RUTHANE CAPERS
Hollidaysburg Pa
Commercial Education Bochelor of Science

Alpha Kappa Alpha Athletic Association Intra

mural Hockey Manager Varsity Hockey Man


ager Business Education Club Treasurer

Secretary Honor Council President

Honor Court Intramural badminton base


ball basketball hockey
swimming Junior Class Secretary
Laurel Chain Nominating Committee
Pentathlon Social Committee Song Con
test participant contributor Spanish

Club Whos Who in American Colleges


ELEANOR JANE CARLIN
213 Walnut Street

enkintown Pa
Health and Education Bachelor of Science
Physical

Art Festival participant Athletic Association Varsity Rifle

Manager Health Education Club Secretary-Treasurer National

Physical Education Convention Demonstration Chairman Honor


Court Intramural badminton baseball basketball

hockey tennis volleyball rifle Laurel Chain May


Day committee Property Chairman Executive Chair
property
man Newman Club Nominating Committee Rifle Club
Secretary 100 Club Senior Week Class Night
Chairman Contest contributor
Song participant

Varsity Basketball Hockey Riflery

Y.W.C.A

CHARLOTTE ANN CASTLE


7445 Devon Road

Mt Airy Philadelphia Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

History Methensatics

Athletic Association General Manager Class Manarer Day


Students Council Honor Court Intramural basketball hockey
Pentathlon
tennis Junto May Day participant

Contest Varsity Basketball


Song participant

Hockey
EDNA MAE CHEYNEY
114 Woldwood Avenue

East Lansdowne Pa
Health and Education Bachelor Science
Physical of

Athletic Association Varsity Basketball Manager Intramural Volley


ball Manager Health Education Club Honor Court

Intramural archery badminton baseball basketball

1234 hockey tennis volleyball Laurel Chain

May Day Dance Chairman participant Nominating Committee


Pentathlon Senior President Song Contest participant

Chairman contributor Sophomore Vice-President Tag

Day Chairman Varsity Hockey Whos Who in American

Colleges Y.W.C.A

RUTH CILLEY
Wilson Drive

Lancaster Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Social Welfare Psychology

Psi Contest participant


Junto Alpha Secretary Song
Y.W.C.A
EDITH ELIZABETH CLASS
321 Paxtang Avenue

Harrisburg Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

German Music

Chapel Organist Dormitory Council

French Club German Club


Treacurer May Day participant usher

Rifle Club Senior-Faculty Breakfast

Committee Social Committee Song Contest

participant Y.W.C.\ Cabinet

IRENE CORSNER
Spring Valley Pa
Comnercial Education Bachelor of Science

Beaver News Business Manager Art Editor

reporter Business Education Club President

Treasurer Secretary May Day participant

Pi Delta Contest partici


Epsilon Song
pant Y.W.C.A
RUTH CORTHELL
14 Lincoln Street

Portland Me
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

French Social Studies

BEAVER Loc circulation staff Beaver News reporter Dormitory


Council Secretary French Club President Intramural

riflery Laurel Chain May Day participant usher

Orchestra Philomusan Club Song Contest participant

Spanish Club Treasurer String Quartet

Y.W.C.A Secretary Vice-President

RACHEL ELEANOR CRAIG


2742 North 12th Street

Philadelphia Pa
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Clii Epsilon Council Intramural pingpong Junior Prom

Floral Decorations Chairman May Day grounds and buildings com


mittee Philomusan Club Song Contest
participant

participant Y.W.C.A
MARION CRAMER
Meadow Bank

Birmingham
Education Bachelor of Science
Elementary

Epsilon Alpha May Day participant

Psi Alpha Song Contest participant


Y.W.C.A

EDNA CRANMER
118 Fourth Street

Beach Haven
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

BEAVER LOG staff circulation staff


typing

Chemistry Club Home Economics Club


Junior Prom Foods Chairman Lamhda
Delta Alpha May Day costume committee
usher participant Senior-Faculty

Breakfast Chairman Senior Week Luncheon


Committee Chairman Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A
DOROTHY MARGARET CRAVEN
505 Independence Avenue

Oak Lane Pa
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Evangelical League Home Economics


Club Treasurer May Day participant

Song Contest participant Y.W


CA

JUNE DE FOREST
19 Antony Road

White Plains IN
Liberol Arts Bochelor of Arts

History French

Classical Club French Club Intra

mural badminton paddle tennis Junto

Secretary Philomusan Club Song


Contest participant
MARGARET MARY DI PAOLO
Meadowbrook School

Meadowbrook Pa
Bachelor Science
Elementary Education of

Epsilon Alpba Recording Secretary President May Day


participant Newman Club Song Contest participant

GLADYS DOMINQUEZ
Puerto Rico
Guayama
Administration Bachelor of Science
Business

Business Education Club Intramural riflery Song


Contest participant Spanish Club President
-U

DOROTHEA DORLAND
741 Douglas Road

Glen Ridge
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Alpha Kappa Alpha College Government Committee Extra


Curricular Activities
Committee Honor Court Laurel Chain
May Day Committee Nominating Committee Chairman
N.S.F.A Conference delegate Song Contest participant
Student Council Secretary President Whos Who in
American Colleges Y.W.C.A

DOROTHY JEANNETTE FAIRLAMB


259 East Allendale Avenue

Allendale
Elementary Education Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association Class Council President


Manager Dormitory
Epsilon Alpha Honor Court Intramural baseball
basketball May Day participant usher Play Contest Chair
man Rifle Club 100 Club Song Contest participant
contributor Student Council Treasurer Varsity
Riflery Y.W.C.A Cabinet
ROBERTA JANE FISK
6930 South Shore Drive

Chicago Ill

Music Bachelor of Music

Beaver News reporter Frencb Club


Intramural riflery Philomusan
Song Contest participant

SIDELLE FRIEDMAN
8710 21st Avenue

Brooklyn
Elementary Education Bachelor of Science

Epsilon Alpha May Day Committee


Song Contest participant
MARION GARRISON
835 Rittenhouse Street

Germantown Philadelphia Pa
Elementary Education Bachelor of Science

Beaver News business staff Advertising

Manager Day Students Council Day Stu


dents Dance Committee Epsilon Alpha
Vice-President Program Chairman Glee

Club Executive Committee President

Junto Laurel Chain May Day


participant Nominating Committee Senior

Dance Committee Song Contest participant


Y.W.C.A

FLORENCE EILEEN GAVIN


569 Main Street

Philli1isburg

Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Chemistry Club Home Economics Club


Junior Prom Foods Committee May
Day participant costume committee
Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A
PHYLLIS LYNETTE GERNER
Newton Street

Meriden Coen
Early Childhood Edacatioo Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association BeAVER LOG circulation staff Chi Epsilon

Class nominating committee Dormitory Council

Intramural basketball tennis Junto May Day


participant Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A
Cabinet Convention delegate

IDA GILLMAN
41 Fairview Street

Huntington
Bosineaa Administration Bachelor of Science

BEAVER LOG Advertising Manager Beclex Commercial Club


llandbook Associate Editor Honor Court Junior-Senior

Breakfast Committee Intramural baseball hockey ping pong


Junior Prom Finance Chairman Psi Alpha Song Contest partici

pant YW.C.A
MINNETTA JOHANNA GLADECK
1025 Bridge Street

Frankford Pa
Education Bachelor of Science
Elementary

Beaver News reporter Epsilon Alpha


Social Committee Chairman Treasurer Intra

mural archery Junto May Day


costume committee participant Song
Contest participant Y.W.C.A

ALYCE GOLDBERG
28 East Gray Street

West Chester Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Social Welfare Psychology

Transfer from
New College Columbia University

Beaver News reporter Alumni Editor Ex


change Editor International Relations Cluh
Psi Alpha
BETSEY GRAHAM
Greenwood Terrace Apartments

enkintown Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Political Science English

Transfer from Peace Junior College

International Relations Club Vice-President International Rela


tions Conference Delegate Junto Psi Alpha Song
Contest participant Varsity Riflery

MARY-ESMOND GRANT
19 Academy Street

Liberty

Business Administration Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Sweet Briar College

Commercial Club French Club May Day participant


Spanish Club Vice-President f.W.C.A
RUTH GRAYBILL
832 Marietta Avenue

Lancaster Pa
Business Administration Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association Club


Varsity Hockey Manager Commercial
\ice-President Honor Court Intramural baseball

swimming volleyball May Day Secretary usher

participant Play Contest participant Psi Alpha Song


Contest participant Y.W.C.A

DORIS VIRGINIA GROLOCK


101 Cliveden Avenue

Glenside Pa
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Transfer from West Chester State Teachers College

Chi Epsilon
HELEN KATHLEEN GUMBS
360 Hempstead Avenue

Rockville Centre
Fine Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Fellowship Vice-President Choir

May Day Publicity Chairman participant


Pliilomusan Club Rifle Club
100 Club Song Contest participant

Spanish Varsity Riflery

Captain

HELEN HAGEDOR1\
Haines Drive

Bloomfield
Business Adniinistrotion Bachelor of Science

BEVER LOG Assistant Business Manager Be


clex Stage Manager Treasurer Commer
cial Club Laurel Chain May Day usher

participant Nominating Committee Play

Contest Psi Alpha Song


participant
Contest participant Spanish Club
Vice-President Newman Club Vice
President President Psi Chi Vice-President
VERA SELMA HALPERIN
789 St Marks Avenue

Brooklyn
Commercial Education Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Stratford College

Business Education Club Choir Junior


Prom Financial Committee May Day partici

pant Psi Alpha Senior Ball Committee


Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

GRACE HAMPSON
266 Franklin Street

Bloomfield
Liberal Arts Bochelor Arts
of

Biology Chemistry

Chemistry Club Science Open House Committee


Intramural hockey May Day participant
Modern Dance Club Orchestra

Probe and Scalpel Song Contest participant


CHARLOTTE ANN HARDER
103 Noble Road

Noble Pa
Fine Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Fellowshp Art Festival participant Evangelical

League German Club Glee Club Intramural

basketball hockey tennis May Day participant

Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

FLORENCE MARGARET HARTZELL


53 East 67th Street

New York
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

English French

Transfer from Virginia Intramont College

Dormitory Council
Alpha Kappa Alpha Secretary-Treasurer
French Club German Club Glee Club Honor Council

Intramural hockey tennis May Day usher Modern


Dance Club
NORMA DELLA HARVEY
Elm Avenue

Glenshaw Pa
Music Bachelor of Music

Transfer from Dnquesne University

Glee Club Junto May Dsy participant Philomusan


Club Song Contest participant

MURIEL HAUPTMAN
60 Exeter Street

Brooklyn
Corn niercitsl Education Bachelor of Science

BEAVER Loc typing staff Business Education Club Com


mercial Club President Intramural badminton swimming
Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A
CHARLOTTE HAVENS
1205 Elm Avenue
West Collingswood
lfitsic Bachelor of Music

Art Festival participant Philomusan Club

CATHERINE ELIZABETH HILF


274 Beverly Road

Mt Lebanon Pa
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Bethany College

\Iay Day participant Philomusan Club

Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A


RUTH JANET HILL
Gladstone
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Chemistry Mathematics

Beaver News reporter Managing Editor Chemistry Club


German Club Honor Court Intercollegiate Newspaper
Association Convention Junior Prom Programs and Favors Com
mittee May Day participant Programs Committee Chairman
Philomusan Club Pi Delta Epsilon President Senior

Week Program Committee Song Contest participant

Sophomore Class nominating committee Tag Day Committee


Y.W.C.A

MARGUERITE EMILY HOOS


41 Lafayette Avenue

Middletown
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Home Economics Club Junior Prom Foods Committee


May Day costume committee Song Contest participant
Y.W.C.A
JUNE HOUPT
Rosemore

Glenside Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

French English

Transfer from Sweet Briar College

Alpha Kappa Alpha Representative on


National Council Choir French Club
Glee Club Lambda Delta Alpha Permanent
Secretary Psi Alpha President Silver

Trowel Whos Who in American Colleges


Y.W.C.A Presidents Prize

BARBARA JANE HOUSTOUN


22 Sherman Place

Ridgewood
Health and Physical Edit cation

Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association President Secretary

Intramural Baseball Manager Chemistry Club


Health Education Club Honor
Court Intramural archery badminton
baseball basketball hockey tennis

volleyball May Day property


committee participant Nominating
Committee Point Committee Pentathlon

Song Contest participant Varsity


Basketball Golf Hockey
ELEANOR LOUISE JACKSON
310 West Lafayette Street

West Chester Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science

Biology Cheoustry French

Art Festival participant Beclex President

Student Coach cast of piay Chemistry


Cluh Science Open House Committee
French Club Vice-President May Day
participant Modern Dance Club
President Play Contest Chairman participant

Probe and Scalpel Senior Week Lan


tern Chain Chairman Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A

MARIE HOUSTOUN
22 Sherman Place

Ridgewood
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Art Festival participant Athletic Association

Class Manager Historian Beclex

cast of play Cheerleader President

Secretary squad Glee Club Intra

mural basketball Junior Prom gilt committee


May Day participant Modern Dance
Club President Play Contest Chairman
Senior Week Entertainment Chairman
LOIS JACOBUS
Blavistown

Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association Intramural Hockey Manager Chemistry Club


Secretary-Treasurer Choir Glee Club Home
Economics Club Vice-President intramural baseball

basketball hockey Junior-Senior Breakfast Committee May


Day participant Song Contest participant Y.W.CA

ANITA GERALDINE JAEGER


888 East 39th Street

Brooklyn
Fine Arts Bachelor of Arts

Transfer from Packer Collegiate Institute

Art Fellowship Art Festival participant Dormitory Council

Junior-Senior Breakfast Committee May Day participant

May Queens Attendant Philomusasi Club Social Committee


Sone Contest partipant Senior Dance Committee YW
C.A
EUGENIA KARRAS
2464 U5th Street

Brooklyn
Business Administration Bachelor of Science

Art Festival Modern Dance Committee Intramural archery


basketball golf hockey Junto Junior-
Senior Breakfast Committee May Day participant usher
Modern Dance Club Song Contest participant

VIRGINIA KING
348 West Montgomery Avenue

North Wales Pa
Business Administration Bachelor Science
of

Athletic Association Intramural Basketball Manager Sophomore


Class Manager Beclex Commercial Club Day
Students Council Dance Committee Intramural basketball

hockey tennis volleyball Laurel Chain Senior


Week Committee Song Contest participant Varsity

Hockey
ALVERA SHARON KOPF
365 West End Avenue

New York
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Psychology Biology

Psi Chi President May Day participant


Probe and Scalpel Corresponding Secretary
Psi Alpha Song Contest participant

Spanish Club Y.W.C.A

IDA LANDRINE
682 Bergen Avenue

Jersey City
Home Econooiics Bachelor of Science

Chemistry Club Science Open House


Committee Home Economics Club Intra

mural basketball paddle tennis riflery

Laurel Chain May Day usher participant

Rifle Club 100 Club Song Con


test participant Varsity Swimming
Riflery Y.W.C.A
JANET LOUISE LANDRINE
682 Bergen Avenue

Jersey City
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Jersey City State Teachers


College

Chemistry Club Science Open House Com


mittee Treasurer Home Economies Club
Intramural swimming riflery

Laurel Chain May Day participsnt usher

Rifle Club President Vice-President

100 Club College Champion Song


Contest participant Varsity Riflery
Y.W.C.A

ESTHER ELIZABETH LAY


Sacatonn Ariz
Commercial Edacation Bachelor of Science

Art Festival participant BEAvER LOG advertis

ing staff Beaeer Reeiew contributor Beclex

cast of play Business Education Club


Commercial Cluh Glee Cluh
Treasurer-Librarian Intramural basket
ball Junior Prom financial committee May
Day participant Modern Dance Club
Play Contest participant Song Con
test participant contributor Y.W
CA
FLORENCE ANNA LESTER
12 Street
Maple
Dobbs Ferry
Elementary Education Bachelor of Science

Choir Dormitory Council President Epsilon Alpha


Recording Secretary International Relations Club Intra

mural archery baseball basketball volley


ball Junto May Day participant Philo
niusan Club Play Contest participant Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A

RUTH LIVINGSTON
19 Green Hill Lane

Overbrook Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Social Science History

Transfer from Duke Unieersity

German Club Glee Club International Relations Club


Junto May Day participant Press Bureau Song Contest

Y.W.C.A
MILDRED MARIE LOTZ
6476 North 5th Street

Philadelphia Pa
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

BEAVER Lou advertising staff Chi Epsilon

Evangelical League Intramoral badmin


ton basketball hockey paddle tennis

May Day participant Psi Alpha


Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

MARJORIE EILEE\ LOWRY


203 East Gravers Lane

Chestnut Hill Pa
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Art Festival participant Beaver Nejes Editor-

in-Chief Associate Editor Chi


reporter

Epsilon Day Students Dance Committee


Honor Court Intramural hockey Junto

Laurel Chain May Day participant


Senior Week Committee Distinguished Honor
Group Departmental Honors Song Contest

participant
ELEANOR TUTTLE LUM
225 Central Avenue

Madison
Bachelor of Arts
Liberal Arts

Spanish Bible

Rifle 100 Club United States Amateur


Choir Club
Song Contest participant
Champion College Champion
Rifle Student Coach Y.W.C.A
Varsity

HELEN MARIE MAND


147-11 Hawthorne Avenue

Flushing
Bachelor of Science
Early Childhood Education

Editor-in-Chief Editor business staff


Beaver News Managing
Chi Epsilon Honor Court Junior Prom Publicity Chairman
Pi Delta
Junta May Day participint usher Epsilon

Song Contest Y.W.C.A


JANE ANN MARK
515 Coleman Place

Westfield
Home Ecooomica Bachelor of Science

Dormitory Council Intramural riflery Junior Prom Flower


Chairman Laurel Chain May Day participant Senior-Faculty
Breakfast Committee Song Contest participant

HARRIET OTIS McCARTNEY


Park Street

Ellenville

Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Chi Epsilon Council Choir May Day participant


Philomusan Cluh Play Contest participant Song Contest

participant Senior-Faculty Breakfast Committee


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KATHRYN JA1\E MeCUTCHEON


1521 West Erie Avenue

Philadelphia Pa
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Cbemistry Club Evangelical League


Secretary-Treasurer Home Economics Club
Lambda Delta Alpha May Day
participant Distinguished Honor

Group Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A Cabinet

VIRGINIA LEE McGINNES


Gulf and Croton Roads

Wayne Pa
Early Childhood Edo cation BacheloT of Science

Chi Epsilon Council Beclex Choir

Dormitory Council Honor Court

Intramural hockey Junior Prom Ticket Chair

man May Day participant usher Nominat


ing Committee Philomusan Club Song Con
test participant Y.W.C.A Cabinet

President
VERA MAY MERESCHAK
Mary Street

Ansonia Conn
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Art Festival participant Chemistry Club


Program Chairman Vice-President

Science Open House Committee Home


Economics Club Chairman of Food
Committee Honor Court Intramural archery

riflery Junior-Senior Breakfast Chair


man of Food Committee May Day costume
committee participant Newman Club
Rifle Club Senior Dance Ticket

Comniittee Senior-Faculty Breakfast Commit


tee Song Contest participant Var
sity Riflery .Y.WC.A

ETHEL MARION MOORE


6524 17th St

Philadelphia Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

llotheoiotics History

BEAVER LOG Advertising Staff Day Students


Council Day Students Dance Committee
German Club Glee Club Intramural

hockey tennis Junior Prom Orchestra Com


mittee Chairman Junto President May
Day participant Senior Week Commit
tee General Chairman Social Committee
Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A
MARGARET ELIZABETH NICHOLLS
St Bernards School

Gladstone
Health and Education Bachelor of Science
Physical

Transfer from Boone-Boston School of Physical Education

Athletic Association Intramural Swimming Manager Senior Repre


sentative Beclex Health Education Club President

Honor Council Honor Court Intramural basketball Laurel

Chain Modern Dance Club Pentathlon Treasurer Song


Contest participant Varsity Basketball Hockey
Y.W.C.A

AUDREY MARIE OLIVER


Somerset Avenue

Bernardsville

Education Bachelor of Science


Elementary

Epsilon Alpha Club Reporter International Relations

Intramural archery Junto May Day participant

Play Contest Rifle Club Senior Week Committee


Transportation Chairman Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A
LUCILLE PADMORE
307 Park Street

Westfield

Administration Bachelor of Science


Business

BEAVER Loe Business Manager Beaver News business staff

Commercial Club Treasurer Class nominat


feature writer
Council Honor Court
ing committee Honor Secretary

Intramural basketball hockey Laurel Chain May Day

Nominating Committee Philomusan Club


participant

Distinguished Honor Group Song Contest participant

Senior Ball Committee Pi Delta Epsilon Y.W.C.A

ANNE DOROTHY PARKER


3429 Plumstead Avenue

Drexel Hill Pa
Comniercial Education Bachelor of Science

Beaver News club reporter Beaver Press Bureau Business

Education Club Vice-President Treasurer Cheerleaders squad


Day Students Dance Committee Handbook Editor Home
Economics Club Honor Court International Relations

Conference Representative to N.J.C Intramural basketball

Laurel Chain Nominating Committee Philomusan Club


Point Committee Chairman Senior Ball Chairman Y.W.C.A
DOROTHY PATTEN
21 Powell Avenue

Rockville Centre
Business Administration Bachelor of Science

Beaver News Sports Editor Class nominat


ing committee Cap and Gown Ghairman
Commercial Club Extra-Curricular Ac
tivities Committee Chairman Honor Court

Intramural archery baseball hockey


tennis volleyball Laurel Chain
May Day costume committee Nominating Com
mittee Pentathlon President Rifle

Club Secretary Senior Class Vice-President

Song Contest participant Student

Council Varsity Basketball Captain

Hockey Whos Who in American Colleges

W.1.A.S.G conferences Y.W.C.A

ELINOR PAYNE
330 Highland Street

Worcester Mass
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Freshman Class Treasurer Home Economics


Club Secretary Intramural badminton

riflery Junior Class Vice-President Laurel

Chain May Day Costume Chairman cos


tume committee participant Orchestra

Philomusan Club Play Contest

participant Quintet Song Contest

carticipant Student Council Y.W


CA
LUCILLE ADELINE PERLSTEIN
225 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Psychology Sociology

Transfer from Stratford College

Art Festival participant Beaver News reporter Intramural

Prom Financial Chairman Psi Alpha


paddle tennis Junior

Psi Chi Secretary-Treasurer Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A

KATHRYN POHLMAN
40 Oakview Avenue

Maplewood
Health and Education Bachelor of Science
Physical

Transfer from University of Wisconsin

Art Festival participant Beclex Health Education Club

Intramural archery baseball hockey swimming tennis

Song Contest
volleyball May Day participant participant

Varsity Basketball Y.W.C.A


EDITH FRANCES PRAGER
210 West 101st Street

New York
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Sociology Psychology

International Relations President Intra


mural basketball May Day participant

Song Contest participant

MAE LOUISE REYNOLDS


Walnut Grove

Shawsville Va
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Beclex Cbi President Secretary


Epsilon
Choir Class nominating committee
Intramural tennis Junior Prom Publicity

May Day participant Philo


Chairman
musan Club Song Contest participant

Y.W.C.A
HELEN LILLIAN ROBBINS
62 Goldsmith Avenue

Newark
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

History Biology

International Relations Junto Vice-

President May Day Grounds and Transporta


tion Chairman participant Song Contest

participant

MARIA TERESA RUZ


200 West 15th Street

New York
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Spanish French

French Club Treasurer Intramural

paddle tennis May Day participant


Song Contest Cluh
participant Spanish
President Secretary Y.W.C.A
DOROTHY MARCIA SAFIR

19 Elmwood Avenue
South Norwalk Conn
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Fine Arts

Transfer from Boston University

Art Fellowship Junior Prom ticket committee Junto May


Philomusan Club Y.W.C.A
Day participant

JESSIE ELISABETH SEVERE


241A Windsor Place

Brooklyn
Bachelor of Music
Music

Beaver Review contributor Choir


BEAVER Loc literary staff

Glee Club Honor Court Junior Prom Chairman Laurel

Orchestra Philomusan Club


Chain May Day participant
President Secretary-Treasurer Quintet Social Com
Chairman Contest participant contributor
mittee Song
Y.W.C.A
GERTRUDE PARKER SHONK
1805 Arlington Street

Bethlehem Pa
Business Administration Bachelor of Science

Transfer from Penn Hall Junior College

Commercial Club International Relations May Day


participant Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

HORTENSE ROSALYNI\ SINGER


423 Broadway

Paterson
Fine Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Fellowship Art Festival Beaver


participant
Review Assistant Art Editor Beclex Junior Prom decora
tions committee May Day usher Song Contest participant
PATRICIA SLOTTER
Greenwood Apartments
Jenkintown Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

English History French

Alpha Kappa Alpha Athletic Association Var


sity Golf Manager Intramural Golf Manager
BEAvER Loc Photographic Editor Beover
News Class and Club Editor reporter

Classical Club Distinguished Honor Group


French Cluh Intramural basketball golf

hockey volleyball Junto

Lamhda Delta Alpha Laurel Chain May


Day participant Modern Dance Cluh Pen
tathlon Song Contest participant Var
Basketball Golf Hockey
sity

Whos Who in American Colleges Y.W.C.A

ELEANOR LILLIAN SLUGG


218 Davisville Road

Willow Grove Pa
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Chemistry Club Science Open House


Committee Evangelical League President

National Executive
Secretary-Treasurer
Committee Member Convention
Home Economics Club Intramural

hockey May Day participant Song


Contest participant Y.W.C.A
IRENE MULLER SNYDER
74 Columbia Terrace

Weehawken
Childhood Education Bachelor of Science
Early

Art Festival participant BEAVER Loc Photo

graphic Editor Beclex Secretary

Clii Intramural paddle tennis


Epsilon

Junior Prom Entertainment Committee Chairman

May Day participant Modern Dance


Club Senior Week Chairman of Pub
Song Contest participant
licity

Y.W.C.A Represeotative at Lutheran


Conference

EDNA CLAPHAM SORBER


126 Maple Avenue

Willow Grove Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

English French Social Studies

Beaver Review contributor Contributing Edi


tor Evangelical League Treasurer

French Club lntramural basketball

Junta May Day participant

Song Contest participant


ELIZABETH HARTLEY ST CLAIR
Alexandria Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Music English

Troosfer from St Petersburg Juoior College

Glee Club Secretary Accompanist Honor Court Senior

Week Chairman of Lantern Chain Song Contest contributor

accompanist Y.W.C.A

FLORENCE JOSEPHINE STERLING


Princeton
Liberol Arts Bachelor of Arts

English Social Science

Transfer from Ethical Culture Normal School

BEAVER LOG literary staff Beaver News reporter Bearer Review


contributor Beclex Stage Manager International Rela
tions Club May Day participant Play Contest Chairman

Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A


DORIS RUTH STEWART
233 Tsorman Drive

Greenhaven Rye
Childhood Edocotion Bachelor of Science
Eorly

Transfer from Wellesley College

Kappa Alpha President BEAVER Loc


Alpba
typing staff advertising staff Beaver News
Chi Counsel Inter
reporter Epsilon
national Relations Club Intramural badminton

tennis Junto May Day participant


Philomusan Club Psi Alpha Repre
sentative to Student Volunteer Convention Get
tysburg College Senior Dance Publicity Com
mittee Chairman Social Committee Song
Contest participant Y.W.C.A Cabinet

LOIS IRENE STEWART


Taylor Road

Nan Thailand
Science
Home Economics Bachelor of

Transfer from Carnegie Institute of Technology

Chemistry Club Chairman of Flower Commit


tee Science Open House Committee Evan
gelical League Glee Club Home Eco
nomics Club President May Day costume
Song Contest
committee particinant

participant Y.W.C.A
DOROTHY MARTFIA SUTTON
502 Wadsworth Street

Mt Airy Philadelphia Pa
Fine Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Fellowship Art Festival participant Beclex

cast of play Day Students Dance Committee Chair

man Honor Conrt Intramnral paddle tennis hockey


junior Prom Decorations Chairman Lanrel Chain May Day
Pnblicity Clsairman Dance Chairman 100 Cluh Senior

Dance Chairman Song Contest participant Varsity

Riflery Y.W.C.A

NANCY MILLER TEJPPEN


105-66 133rd Street

Richmond Hill Long Island


Fine lets Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Fellowship Art Festival participant Delegate to

Presbyterian Conference French Clob Intramural riflery

Song Contest
paddle tennis Junta May Day participant

participant Varsity Riflery Y.W.C.A


LORETTA TURNER
1282 Garner Avenue

IT
Schenectady
Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Social Science English

Transfer from Syracuse University

Dormitory Council International Relations Club Junto

May Day participant usher Newman Club Song Contest

participant Y.W.C.A

RHODA ELEANOR UMANSKY


120 Linsley Avenue

Meriden Conn
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science

Alpha Kappa Alpha Art Festival participant BEAvER LOG


Editor-in-Chief Beaver News reporter Beclex Stage Manager
cast of play Chi Epsilon Honor Court Intramural

riflery May Day participant properties committee Character

Pi Delta Epsilon Convention Delegate Play Contest partici

pant Chairman Resolutions Committee Song Contest partici

pant contributor Student-Faculty Extra-Curricular Activities

Committee
RUTH VAN GAASBECK
131 Maple Avenue
North Hills Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor Science
of

Chemistry Biology

Art Festival participant Varsity Basketball

Hockey

MILDRED VAN NEST


148 North Moore Street

Princeton
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Beclex Evangelical League Home Eco


nomics Club May Day participant
usher Song Contest participant
.W.C.A
NANCY LOUISE WAGNER
142 Butler Street

Kingston Pa
Early Childhood Education Bachelar of Science

Beaver News circulation staff Clii Epsilon

Class nominating committee Freshman


Class Adviser Halloween Party committee
Junior Class President Junior Prom Committee
Laurel Chain May Day costume committee
Honor Court May Queens Attendant

Nominating Committee Secretary Phil0-

musan Club Song Contest participant

Sophomore Class President Student Coun


cil Y.W.C.A

BETTY JANE WAHL


4023 Spring Garden Street

Philadelphia Pa
Childhood Education Bachelor of Science
Early

Art Festival participant Chi Epsilon

Junto May Day participant Song


Contest participant
EDITH WEST
126 Dickson Avenue

Ben Avon Pittsburgh Pa


Business Administration Bachelor Science
of

Transfer from Smith

Intramural basketball Song Contest participant Spanish


Club Y.W.C.A

MARY ANN WEST


Waylands Ridley Park Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor Arts
of

English History

Beaver News Alumni Editor reporter Epsilon Alpha May Day


participant Song Contest participant Spanish Club Y.W
CA
GRACE ISABEL WHITE
901 Summit Avenue

Jersey City
Elementary Education Bachelor of Science

Choir Council Epsilon Alpha Psi


Dormitory
Alpha Song Contest participant Y.W.C.A

MARY ANNA WIELAND


7500 New 2nd Street

Meirose Park Pa
Health and Physical Education Bachelor of Science

Atbietic Association Treasurer Tntramural Baseball Manager


Health Education Club Secretary-Treasurer Honor Court

Intramural baseball volleyball May Day participant

Chairman of Dances Pentathlon Song Contest participant

Varsity Basketball Hockey Captain


Golf
DORIS WILDER
543 South 46th Street

Philadelphia Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor Arts
of

Social Welfare Psych ology

International Relations May Day participant


Psi Alpha Spanish Club

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
The Holden Apartments

Chambersburg Pa
Liberal Arts Bachelor Arts
of

Political Science History

Alpha Kappa Alpha Beaver Review contribu


tor Beclex cast of play Dormitory
Council Adviser Freshman Class Secretary
Glee Club Honor Council Honor
Court Laurel Chain May Queen
Point Committee Distinguished Honor Group
Song Contest participant 11 Sopho
more Class Secretary Student Council Vice
President Treasurer Whos Who in American
Colleges
KATHRYN HELEN WILLIAMS
323 Wister Road

Wynnewood Pa
Fine Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Secretary President Art Festival participant


Fellowship
BEAvER LOG Art Editor Day Students Council Dance Com
mittee Honor Council Honor Court Intramural Rifle

Manager Junior Prom Co-chairman of Decorations Committee


Chain committee Song Contest
Laurel May Day decorations

participant Varsity Riflery 100 Club


National Rifle Team

LENOIR WINANS
1215 North Wood Avenue

Linden
Home Economics Bochelor of Science

Beover News reporter Home Economics Club Intramural

riflery Junior Prom refreshment committee May Day par


ticipant Modern Dance Club Philomusan Club Rifle

Club Song Contest participant


KATHRYN WISSE
540 North Main Street

Lodi
Commercial Education Bachelor of Science

Athletic Association Historian Social Chair

man Intramural basketball Junior Clas


Treasurer May Day participant

Song Contest participant

IRGITNIA ANJ\E WOODCOCK


608 Penn Street

Hollidaysburg Pa
Commercial Education Bachelor of Science

Bevtm LOG typing staff Business Education

Club Freshman Class Halloween Committee


Honor Court Junior Class Treasurer

Laurel Chain May Day participant Ticket

Chairman Play Contest participant Senior

Class Song Contest contributor


Secretary
participant Sophomore Class Tag Day Coni
niittee Treasurer Spanish Club Y.W
C.A
LILLIAN MARGARET WOODWARD
26 Hudson Street

Warrensburg
Commercial Education Bachelor of Science

Business Education Club Choir

Evangelical League May Day partici

pant Song Contest participant


Y.W.C.A

JANET RIDDLE WYCKOFF


101 Belvidere Avenue

Washington
Home Economics Bachelor of Science

Transfer from New Jersey College for Women

Chemistry Club Science Open House Committee

Dormitory Council Home Economics Club

May Day costume committee Song


Contest participant
-i
Martha Lukens Betty Downing Margaret Smith Doris Wolf

This past has been full one for the Juniors


year Song
Contest Play Contest Junior Prom .. Junior-Senior break

fast

It is undeniable that talent in the


great quantity exists among
members of the Class of 11 This was evidenced by their excellent

showing at Song Contest at which they were given honorable men


tion Dressed in the class colors of red and white the juniors were

led by energetic Helen Dearden

For the second consecutive the Class of 41 won the an


year

nual play contest at which their presentation of Poor Madelena


was judged the best class production and Alda Wolff was awarded

the prize for the best individual performance

The highlight of the was Junior Prom Other classes


year

judged this years prom the best Beaver has ever hadand no won
der Weeks before this event the juniors worked feverishlyselling

crew hats name stickers pork pies and Sunday breakfasts Ever

original the juniors started precedent of informality and enter

tainment at the Saturday night dance They were rewarded by the

social and financial success of this much publicized week-end

The of
year were brought by the annual
activities the to close

Junior-Senior breakfast At this time the thrilled with


juniors

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OFFICERS

President Martha Lukens

Vice-President Betty Downing

Secretary Margaret Smith

Treasurer Doris Wolf

Sang Contest Chairman Helen Dearden

Ploy Contest Chairman Margaret Lutz

Junior Prom Chairmon Suzanne Samter

Jon ior-Senior Breakfast Chairman

Ruth Nauglsright

Samter Lutz

Downing Lukens Wolf

Smith Dearden

their long-coveted rings and their approaching senior status were

filled with noble resolutions for the ensuing year An anticipation

for the assumption of the duties and privileges which would soon

be theirs was mixed with feeling of regret for the near departure

of the seniors to whom they are related in endeavor

The class now stands equipped with the primary attributes for

intelligent leadership Both from within and from without it has

been provided with the tools of the trade Election of its members

to positions of responsibility on such representative bodies as Stu

dent Council Nominating Committee and Honor Council have pro


sided training for the job that lies ahead

The members of the class must be willing to forget all per

sonal so that the class function unit Only


antagonisms may as

through unified action thought and will there come sen


purpose

ior class that will lead advise and exemplify the student body of

Beaver College

We have been told that next year new era will begin for

Beaver College The stage is set for constructive action We think

that the present junior class has the stuff out of which an

executive and inspiring senior class is made It is


up to you Class

of 41 to show that we are right

129
LIBERAL ARTS

Lifton Levy McNutt Koons


Dayton Howells Kosakowska

Fager McGlynn Dearden

Ensminger Firor Doernberg

LIBERAL ARTS

Steinberg Springer Swan Rus


sell Ryder Schenk

Lippincott Reingold Parke


Ross Van Viandren Stroh

man Weimer Shoolman

Schiffman Robinson Thurin

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AND COMMERCIAL
EDUCATION

Gold White Terhune Gretz


Rowe Hurd Cleeland

Zeitlin Patterson Crawford

Grotsky Rue Kleine Giles

Sniffen Konowitch Kravec

130
MUSIC AND HEALTH
EDUCATION

Hill Van Nostrand Bush Price

Sack Edwards

FINE ARTS

Willoughby Schwitters Hous


toun Wallace Wolf

Newcomer Sharpless Martin

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Kranzley Rumpf Scluffman

Rafferty

Bierlin Isenberg Schwarz

Smith Miller

131
EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION

Putnam Campbell Lunine

Rosenhaum Cudlipp
Lutz Mitchell Downing Dela

penha Bender

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDI CATION

Woody Sage Skoglund Werner

Sanderson Schornstheimer Sny


der Rogers Samter

Topping Weaver Rees

HOME ECONOMICS

Holman Cleaver de Grange


Maron

Greenway Sneberger Querns

Lampe Jones Reed

Bernstein Somerset Burr Mil


ler Allen Howell Krone

Naughright

Kimble Thomas Stewart

132
Robinson 1-lolman Reed Rue Russell Sharpless Mitchell Lunine

Lippincott Lukens Samter Chairman Martin Rogers Allen

Esau Lutz Raffert Rees

JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE


Junior Prom the land of dykes windmills colorful tulips

wooden shoes soft lights sentimental music glamorous gowns sweet

fun for all


nothings

Red T\orvos hand rated the best bands short time ago
among ten

was conceded to be the most successful orchestra ever to play on the Beaver

l\ccr be was his seet rendition of the junior theme


campus to forgotten

song All the Things You Are


The annual banquet for the juniors and their escorts preceded the

formal Friday night dance on February 23 Murphy gymnasium trans

formed into miniature Holland was the scene of the formal promenade

The decorated Gre3 Towers Lobby lent festive air to the tea dance
gayly

buffet served The


on Saturday Instead of the usual tea supper was

week-end closed with the Saturday evening dance For the


gala officially

first time the dance was informal thus contributing much to the gaiety anti

merriment of the couples who attended Gay Nineties Revue of songs

and dances presented by members of the junior class added piquant flavor

to an already hilarious evening

Two of and sweet memories All the work and


days perfection many
of the Prom Committee for weeks in advance was
worry preparation by

unequivocably rewarded by Prom which has been unanimously pronounced

the best dance ever held at Beaver

133
Virginia Van Dyke Avis Goodby Jane Brister Viola Monaco

We the undersigned herein wish to publicly tender our apologies

for daring to veer from the path assigned to us by knowing upper


classmen Our big sisters were kind enough to assure us that our

class as every other sophomore class from time immemorial would

bow to the inevitable and contract that dread disease popularly

known as Sophomoritis or bit more technically as laxness of

the muscles and vacuity of the mental regions peculiar to second

year students

We are glad to say


that uc have escaped the sophomore bogey

even at the of contradicting the usually unerring judgment


expense

of the upperclassmen In fact since they had the temerity to assume

that the best freshman class Beaver ever had would follow along

the well-worn path trod by less superior classes we can not feel

much sympathy for their chagrin

However we do not wish to leave


you with the impression that

we are in exceptional As freshmen ve displayed the


every way
usual of vivacity ingenuity and enthusiasm in unusual
qualities

quantities The avowed purpose of our next college year was to

follow through with this same stock in trade amplified by experience

and thereby defeat the traditional sophomore jinx


We have done that The hardest part of our job was over and

if from there on some of us did little


relaxing on our laurels who
will see fit to censure us There are bound to he loads of people

in class who are content to sit back and isatch the sopho
every

mores have had their full quota of these We are also blessed with

nucleus of leaders in training whom we regard as the life blood

136
OFFICERS

President Virginia Van Dyke

Vice-President Avis Gondby

Secretary Jane Brister

Treasurer Viola Monaco

Sang Contest Chairman Dorothy Grotz

Play Contest Chairmen Muriel Snsith Elaine Penn

Tag Day Chairman Betty Anne Searle

Sophomore Hop Chairman Anne Ball

Smith Grotz

Monaco Van Dyke Goodby

Brister Searle

of the new Beaver to this rather large group of girls we are in

debted for what the sophomore class has accomplished up to date

We are
Proud of the fact that three members of our class Helen

Thomas Jane Castle and Jane Brister have contributed materially

to college entertainment and enrichment by their tireless efforts

to keep Art Festival alive and glowing


Proud of the fact that our class has maintained consistently

level of attainment in all class-against-class contests such as


high

the inter-class Play Contest Song Contest and athletic contests

Proud that we have instituted several precedents for Beaverites

to make traditional the Sophomore Hop for one so great success

make the of other with the


as to treasurers classes green envy
Sophomore Sample Party for another as novel function as ever

crashed the doors of the Huntingdon Gym


have the of breakfast in bed to
Happy to privilege serving

mornings which pleasant


and the juniors
all sundry on Sunday duty

have just transferred to our willing hands so that our funds


may
grow
Fortunate in the possession of that dynamo of pep and energy

Betty Ann Searle


Thankful that this second of preparation and maturation
year

has not been stagnant one


In short proud of the fact that we are

Sophomores of Beaver College

137
LIBERAL ARTS

Boswell Durbin Aldrih El1-

worth Allen

LIBERAL ARTS

Lewis Goldstein Lewis

Klein

Guernsey Monaco Levinsohn

Gottesman

LIBERAL ARTS

Reinecke Van Dyke Tutlull

Penn Seltzer

Palmer Shipper Sherman Perry


Wenzel

Wedeen Parker
EARLY CHILDHOOD
ED CATION

Ecksrein Hooper Burnham

Biles Hewitt Goodhy

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDI 4TION

Toohey Willis Morgan

Weisert Prell Mauer

HEALTH EDUCATION

Williston Wisse Harrnatz

Searle Lewis Griffin Rein

liardt Hoffman

139
HOME ECONOMICS

Hazuda Gleed Huculak

FIOME ECONOMICS

Sloane Radzick Kistler

Robinson Zost Wade Root

King

FINE ARTS

Stewart Calcagno Tbalbiiner

Risley Burg Ryman Castle

Steine

140
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATiON
AND COMMERCIAL
EDUCATION

Hunter Cunningham

Jack Allen Bragg Faust

Finnerty

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AND COMMERCIAL
EDUC kTION

Somers Vaughan
Takacs Saward Kordes

Weaver Lotz

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
AND MUSIC

Morrison BoyØ Grotz

Allen Singer SeIlei

Rothliaupt I\Iorris

141
Betty Ann Kiehi Mary Lou Elliott Betty Watson Mary Maxwell

The era of dewy-eyed freshmen offering bewilderment and


navetØ as their principal endearing characteristics has passed It is

no longer deemed for freshmen to listen and ad


proper modestly

miringly to the advice and counsel of the whose


upperclassmen
opinions have heen tempered by the of one
broadening experience

or two years of college

As an additional blow to their collective the


ego upperclass
men who were once the
peers
of Beaver
College are now expected
to submit graciously to the complete revision of their antiquated
ideas by their little sisters who know what they want and are

grimly determined to get it The superiority of upperclassmen has

been effectively questioned by the Class of 43 Standing on their

democratic prerogative of equality for all have refused to


they
undertake the usual freshman burdens of water in the
pouring

dining room opening and closing doors for the upperclassmen and

waiting for the last busses after student


government meetings

Upperclassmen have been denied the of orientation


pleasure
Each had hoped to gently lead an innocent freshman the
along

thorny path of adaptation toward that comfortable state of know


ingness with which upperclassman blessed were
every is
They
sadly thwarted by the triumphant of of individuals
entry group
every whit as capable as they and twice as confidentthe Class

of 13

142
OFFICERS

President Betty Ann Kiehi

Vice-President \Iary Lou Elliott

Secretary Mary Elizabeth Watson

Treasurer Mary Maxwell

Sang Contest Chairman Camille Houck

Contest Chairman Mary Berlin


Play

Saturday Night Entertainment Chairman


Winifred Allen

Halloween Party Chairman Mary Lou Elliott

Watson Houck

Maxwell Kiehl Elliott

Berlin Allen

But let the class speak for itself through the words of one of its

members

The success which characterized all our activities more than

justifies our feeling of self assurance however provocative it may

he The Halloween party staged in the usual atmosphere of corn-

stalks and pumpkins was an unrivalled success despite the fact that

it was our first class venture

Song Contest was merely another means for demonstrating

the varied abilities of our class The talent and team work dis

played under the able leadership of Camille Houck evoked adrnira

tion from everyone present

Our next class effort was at the annual play contest when

we Cinderella by the Dozens directed by Mary Berlin


presented

Although this was not an outstanding success from the viewpoint

of histrionics it was again evident that spirit of willingness and

cooperation had prevailed during rehearsals

In short we are proud of our freshman class and hope that

our next three years at Beaver will prove as satisfying as this one
An all conquering spirit like this must achieve its ends and we

venture to that the Class of 13 will to be trail blazer


say prove
LIBERAL ARTS

McLaren Lackritz Haesloop

Murphy Mittau Jainchill

LIBERAL ARTS

Spielman Ostrander Rosoff

Spears

Zelermyer Pike Smalley Siotka

Stanley Wolfman

LIBERAL ARTS

Bentz Golden Bornstein Doer


shuk

Alt 1-leckelman Deligtisch

Cunningham Gerher Elliott

Danish Fetterhoof Frankel

144
HEALTH EDUCATION

Weaver Coughlin Murphy

Koehier Houck Kiehi Drexler

Bli SINESS ADMINISTRATION


AND COMMERCIAL
EDUCATION

Schwartz Smith ander


hoff Woods Willner

Watson Shirley Troutman Nes

ter Ward Smashey

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AND COMMERCIAL
EDUCATION

Holz Milward Miller Greig


Miller

Buchman Bidwell Hopkinson

Heblich Maxwell Buch


man

145
FINE ARTS AND ML SIC

Manlieim Diament Alper

Berlin Armitage

HOME ECONOMICS

Maxwell Rowlands

Tingley

Raumer Weterfie1d Schreck

Miller Weaver

HOME ECONOMICS

Kitchell Bird Forman

Ludlow Griswold Cozine Clay

ton Baker

146
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Carpenter Schmotzler Tliorp

\IcVey Gilclirist

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION

Osland Wiseman Thomp


son Sterrelt

Schwinhart Riley Rahinowitz

EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION

Cooper Bragg

Coulter Eckroat Fillman Moes


1cm Maxwell

147
ALL POWER IS TRUST THAT

WE ARE ACCOUNTABLE FOR

ITS EXERCISES THAT FROM

THE PE

PEOPLE ALL SPRINGS AND

MUST EXIST.DIsRAELI
towt
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
ASSOCIATION

The Student Government Association of Beaver

College of which every girl becomes member

at the time of enrollment is accorded the privilege

of self-rule In order to avoid the confusion at

tendant to mass the organization


government is

guided by the Student Council whose duty it is to

represent student opinion

As is maximatic in democracy the func


any

tioning efficiency of the organization is dependent

upon the interest and support given to it


by its

members An alert student body conscious of its

own powerful potentialitiesa body willing to

think about student problems and able to act on

ideas so as to produce constructive actioncan

and will mold any council to meet its particular

needs and demands

150
STUDENT COUNCIL

The Student Council is the centralizing force of

the Student Government Association It works to

coordinate efficiently the collective will of the stu

dent body Four officers seven representatives and

two advisors comprise this council The


faculty

and must be seniors the


president vice.president

otherofficersaredrawn from the three classes


upper

In order to insure fair representation for all dormi

that of the eleven officers and


tories it is required

members two be from Grey Towers campus two


from hall and four from Beaver hall
Montgomery

In conjunction with eight subordinate commit

tees and councils the Student Board formulates rules

which in turn must be ratified by majority vote

These rules are


of the student body suggested

drawn with the welfare of the whole group in


up

mind The council conscientiously attempts to re

flect student desires unless conflict


they directly

with the established of the administration


policy

This executive body is also vested with judicial

In its weekly meetings the council re


authority

views cases of girls who have infringed upon the

rules It is unfortunate that some students choose

to regard the council merely as punitive body

In order to discourage this viewpoint and also to

avoid subjective decisions as much as possible the

council initiated an automatic penalty to be


systeni

effective in all cases of minor infractions It has

been felt that such system will develop the

maturity of the individual student and will act as

stimulus toward self-discipline and spirit of

cooperation

It is conceded that broadness of outlook is

necessary qualification for an efficient council

member An effort has been made to foster such

an attitude on the part of the council by close

contact with the student government associations

of other colleges The Council annually selects one

152
of its members to Beaver at the President Dorothea Dorland
represent College

meetings of the Womens Intercollegiate Associa Montgomery Representative Phyllis Swan

tion of Student Government These Vice-President Elizabeth


meetings serve Williams

as clearing house for all curricular and extra Day Student Representative Nina de Angeli

curricular problems Senior Representative and Freshman Advisor


Nancy Wagner
We all
agree
that the members of the Student
Junior Representative and Fire Captain
Council have
many responsibilities Few among Eleanor Price

us realize that we the student body of Beaver Col Treasurer Dorothy Fairlamb

lege have equal It our to elect Freshman Representative


obligations is duty Paige Weaver

capable leaders to our council and to offer them Secretary Madge Kimble

10 Sophomore Representative and Corresponding


our cooperation and loyalty when have been
they
Secretary Dorothy King
elected
11 Grey Towers Representative Drucilla Mitchell

153
NOMINATING
Co

Nine and
years ago when increased enrollment

the subsequent addition of many new activities

made direct nominations from the student body im

possible the Nominating Committee was instituted

This committee seeks to simplify the election


proce

dure by thoroughly and objectively considering all

possible candidates and finally placing before the

student body those most capable to run for elec

tion

This committee is composed of the President of

the Student Government Association acting as

chairman presidents of the Athletic Association

the Y.W.C.A the Honor Council the four classes

the Day Students Council one other day student

representative the chairmen of the Point Commit

tee and May Day one member elected from Beaver

and Ivy Halls together one member from Grey

Towers one member from Montgomery Hall and

two faculty advisors

It is the duty of the committee to nominate stu

dents for the following offices officers and members

of the Student Council president of the Y.W.C.A


and president of the Athletic Association This

committee also nominates for election members of

the Dormitory Council chairman and members of

the Point Committee Social Chairman president

and members of Honor Council editors of the

Handbook the chairman of May Day and mem


bers of the Honor Court Laurel Chain and Honor

Characters

Obviously this system is not infallible yet

it is the consensus that in theory it most nearly

approaches the ideal of absolute impartiality

Practically the Nominating Committee is as

representative as its members are democratic It

must be remembered that the Nominating Commit

tee is not an inanimate inflexible institution It is

composed of and made to function by student

personalities and consequently it will reflect human


faults as well as human endeavor It is the respon

sible privilege of the student to select dele


body

gates who will truly represent cross-section of the

154
students and who will
conscientiously to Chairman Dorothea Dorland
attempt
Day Student Representative Marian Garrison
reflect majority student opinion when faced with
Senior Class President Edna Cheyney
the task of student officers so that Beaver
choosing Beaver Hail Representative Dorothy Patten

Class Martha Lukens


can have truly democratic rather than Junior President
government
Honor Council President Ruthane Capers
one arbitrarily imposed
Sophomore Class President and Secretary of the

Recognizing that the committee as an institution Committee irginia Van Dyke


Point Committee Chairman Anne Parker
is not functioning to its maximum efficiency the
May Day Chairman Jane Carlin
members have seen fit to take remedial and
steps 10 President McGinnes
Virginia

are attempting to devise new of 11 Day Nina


system repre Student President de Angeli

sentation When the 12 President Barbara Houstoun


plan is in its final form the
13 Grey Towers Representative Drucilla Mitchell
Nominating Committee will present it to the stu
14 Freshman Class President Betty Ann Kiehi
dents for approval 15 Montgonery Representative Alma Bleicher
HONOR COUNCIL
of Beaver believing that
The students College

honor of in all associations


is
primary importance

for the of an academic


and essential development

attitude and uphold an Honor System


recognize

the aid of an
This system
is
preserved through

Council the name that


Honor which as suggests is

at Beaver that encourages the execu


organization

tion of honor in all academic work It is com


of two representatives from each class one
posed

from the day students two advisors


representative

and president

This and honor of student honor


privilege

was accorded us about ten ago


organization years

The honor of each student is the honor of Beaver

College The Council tries to make the student

body honor-conscious It exists in honor to help

who has not the strength of mind or char


anyone

acter to refrain from appropriating work that is

not her own


Both the students and the faculty have been asked

to cooperate with the Honor Council by reporting

any dishonest work The names of all individuals

are kept in confidence Each case is considered in

dividually and at the discretion of the council

This the Honor Council presented to the


year

students book the motto of which is HONOHE


STAMUS This book is
placed on the table in

front of Taylor Chapel It will remain there per

manently as record of those students who felt

that honor was of


supreme importance and who
of their own free will expressed their recognition

and of our Honor System by signing the


acceptance

honor pledge HONORE STAMUS


For some time many of the students have felt

that the Honor System is


entirely too limited in

It has been suggested that the be


scope system

extended to include the social phases of our col

lege life for honor itself is all-embracing

156
President Ruthane Capers Senior Representative Florence Hartzell

Freshman Representative Pike Junior Representative Drucilla Mitchell


irginia

Secretary Lucille Padmore Junior Representative Dorothy Houstoun

Freshman Representative Janet Stringfield Sophomore Representative Helen Williston

Sophomore Representative Jane Brister


MAY DAY COMMITTEE

The traditional celebration of May Day is an

of Beaver It includes the informal


integral part

crowning of the May Queen on the first of May


but it refers more especially to the all-college pro
11 In observ
year on May
held this
duction this

of the Festival the whole stu


ance May practically

dent body takes part

There are traditional features of


every May Day
the Queen and her two attendants who are
May
body the
all seniors chosen by the entire student

Honor Court the Laurel Chain and the Chorus

which the two aforementioned honor


in groups par
with the Glee Club The theme of May
ticipate

however and the or play


Day consequent story

is matter for the committee to choose and work

out The members of the May Day Committee

to find theme which is fitting for the


attempt

and then make detail of


occasion they try to every

May Day relate to it

around Chaucers
This
year May Day was built

Legend of Good Women It was adaptable to

celebration of this kind because Chaucer set the

in the month of May and appropri


original story

ately May Day this year was called Now is the

Month of Maying

In the the Queen of Love the May Queen


story
Chaucer
is
permitted by the King of Love to punish

for which hinder the work


having written stories

of love The which Chaucer must do is


penance
to write legend of women who have been faith

ful in love Thus play within play is intro

duced for Chaucer presents


the legends of Pyra
mus and Thisbe Ariadne and Theseus and of Dido

and Aeneas to the King and Queen

May Day is tradition which involves sustained

and on the of the executive


activity worry part

chairman and her committee It is


impossible for

us to realize the time and painstaking effort these

girls put forth in order to insure smoothly ex

ecuted production Both the committee and the

students are nevertheless confident that the quality

of the final presentation shows that May Day

is tradition worth preserving and one which is

dear to the heart of every Beaver girl

15S
Executive Chairman Jane Carlin Chairman of Tickets Woodcock
Virginia

Chairman of Dances Mary Wielancl 10 Theme Chairman Lillian McNutt

Properties Chairman FIelen Williston Chairman of Scenery Anita Schwitters

Grounds and Transportation Chairman Helen Robb 12 Chairman Helen


ins of Publicity Gumbs

May Day Dance Chairman Dorothy Sutton 13 Treasurer Marie Isenberg

Secretary Ruth Graybill 14 Drama Chairman Helen Dearden

Chairman of Ushers Florence Hartzell 15 Chairman of Programs Ruth Hill

Chairman of Music Elinor Sack 16 Chairman of Costumes Elinor Payne

159
DOItMITOItY COUNCIL

In order to simplify the machinations of the Student

Council subsidiary organization to he responsible exclu

sively for dormitory infractions was established in 1931

The Dormitory Council consists of the presidents of each

dormitory and two representatives from Beaver and Mont

Halls The first House President of Beaver Hall


gomery

serves as president of the council the Vice-President of the

Student Council acts as advisor to the group and reports

its activities to the Student Council


FLORENCE LESTER
President The council enforces orderliness of the dormitories and

is
responsible for the general decorum of the students on

campus It meets weekly to review cases of those who have

been reported for violation of dormitory rules

Since it has been proved that definite relationship exists

between scholastic rating and opportunity for an uninter

rupted quiet study period the council has made special

effort to enforce strict adherence to the rules governing the

quiet hour To this end it launched campaign stressing

the importance of quiet hour by posters talks and dormi

tory skits

It is the ultimate aim of the Dormitory Council to create

an and attitudes which shall be conducive to


atmosphere

proportionate amount of work and recreation

Geroer Class Turner Williams

Jaeger Lester Russell Terhune

160
SOCIAL COMMITTEE
committee composed of senior chairman and repre

sentatives from every class from each and from


dormitory

the day studeot group plans and all social affairs


manages

of the school year Advised hy the Dean of Students and

supported by the Student Government Association the

workings of this committee make possible the Wednesday

teas the after-dinner coffees and the informal dances

JESSIE SEVERE
This
year during Freshman Week the watermelon feast

Chairman the freshman and the hobnobs


tea dorniitory were spon
sored hy the Student Government Association and attended

to by the Social Committee The reception to new faculty

and personnel in October the Christmas decorations and

parties the Easter Egg hunt the Dormitory Council party

and refreshments on Inauguration Night are other functions

sponsored by the committee

Smoothly executed these activities all contribute to the

friendly atmosphere of our college The student body

appreciates the work done by the Social Committee and

wishes to thank the members for the wonderful social func

tious of this past year

Palmer \lre Severe Wallace Huculak

Magrier Anderson Jaeger Hirsch

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POINT COMMITTEE

Chairman Anne Parker

Junior Representative Nancy Sage

Sophomore Representative Winifred BoyØ

The point system was instituted three

in order to eliminate the possi


years ago

bility of students failing in academic work

because of over-indulgence in extra-curric

ular activities and in order to give the

greatest possible number of capable stu

dents the opportunity to bold offices

The system is dispensed by point com


mittee which consists of chairman who

is senior one representative from the

junior class and one representative from

the sophomore class It is the duty of the

chairman to preside at all meetings of the

committee to the committee at


represent

each nominating committee meeting and

to be present at all freshman and senior

class meetings when nominations are made

The other two members are required to he

their class
present at respective meetings

Presidents of all clubs and organiza

tions must ascertain the eligibility of candi

dates preceding nominations and register

results of elections with the point commit

tee before they are considered final stu

dent must have grade point ratio of 1.25

or above hold any and


to office may carry

no more than eleven extra-curricular points

at given time

162
DAY STUDENT COUNCIL

Since the students cannot be Nina de Angeli


day manage to at

President
college during all hours of the day and night they

necessarily miss some of the activities and must Ethel Moore

of themselves Secretary
use some means informing as to

current happenings This is accomplished through Anne Castle

the Day Student Council governing hoard of the Senior Representative

day students

This committee is composed of five


representa

tives elected by the school as whole It meets

once week to consider problems peculiar to day


students and to make contacts for them with the

administration and resident students The presi

dent of the Council is also the Day Student Repre


sentative on the Student Council and on the Nomi
nating Committee where she attempts to express
the viewpoint of the student
day group
Because religious activity is
part of Beaver
every

girls program the day students have their own

chapel every Wednesday short service is fol

lowed by business and announcements


meeting
We hope in time to coordinate the two groups
of students so that those who live on campus will

no longer be
apart from those who do not When
that time we shall be
comes forget to distinguish

tween day students and resident students and set

our minds to work on some of the larger problems


which concern us all

Edna Purvis Jane Brister

Janior Representative Sophomore Representative

163
Garrison King Moore Sutton Chairnian Morrison Parker

Sharpless Rafferty
Dorothy Sutton

DAY STUDENT DANCE

Blue orchids blue blue fountains


lights

ceiling of flowers all these helped to

create an enchanting scene at the annual Day Stu


dents Dance on December 1939 in the Murphy
Gymnasium
George Sommer and his Summertime Rhythm
welcomed the guests with sweet swing Blue
Orchids our theme as well as our favorite re

frain dominated the gala scene


Favors ere new addition to the dance this

year They were in the form of white leather

address books bearing the gold Beaver seals and

added much to successful evening The entire

faculty and personnel were invited to the dance

and each patronness was presented with


corsage
of orchids

Our symphony of orchids proved to be not

only social success but financial one as well

This the only large function of the day student

group during the college is for the entire


year
college We are proud to say
that this
year our

dance attracted number of than


greater guests

ever before

The Dream of Two Blue Orchids is not only

of another successful dance it is


memory
barometer which indicates the co-operation and

active interest which the day students bring to all

student affairs

164
CABINET II

This has been one of the most active of


years service

in the history of the


Young Womens Christian Association

at Beaver Activity for all interested students has been


President
the motivating force in the well-rounded
program spon
Virginia McGinnes
sored by the Y.W.C.A Cabinet
Vice-President Two great innovatious were initiated this the mass
year
Ruth Cortliell
for members and the
meeting all three day marriage con
ference held on and 28th
Secretary February 26th 27th Two out

Betty Calverly standing speakers Dr Elizabeth Kirk Rose aud Mrs Nor
man Freeman were here to lead worthwhile discussions
Treasurer

on marriage and
Carolyn Ryder marriage problems
The college was fortunate to have Dr Sherman Skin

ner Pastor of the Germantown Presbyterian Church as

leader in Week
its
Religious Emphasis which was from

December 3rd December 6th which ob


to This week is

served annually at Beaver be of


proved to one inspiration

for all students

One day student month and


chapel every Tuesday

evening resident chapel were conducted students under


by
the auspices of the Y.W.C.A The cabinet also sponsored

weekly Sunday school class in These


Taylor Chapel
classes were well attended and seemed to meet the needs

of the students who were guided by Miss Elsie Stryker

Assistant Professor of Bible

Continuing along religious lines the Y.W.C.A Cabinet

supervised the Christmas and Easter services held in

Murphy Chapel The annual Christmas Carol and Candle

light service instigated by the Y.W.C.A has become

beloved tradition at the short service


college religious

166
in Chapel followed by the singing of Christmas
Taylor is

carols around the Christmas tree on the lawn in front of

Beaver Hall It is beautiful and inspiring ceremony


the perfect climax to the Christmas festivities

years the Y.W.C.A


As in other sponsored the Big Sister

movement on The cabinet returned


Little Sister campus
in the fall to help welcome the freshmen and enliven
early

Freshman Week with the traditional and the


Baby Party

Sister Little Sister picnic


Big

Another aspect of the associations work is that of social

service in the of Jenkintown This work includes


vicinity

Jenkintown Nursery the making of scrap


aid to the Day
books and of dolls at Christmas time and Christ
dressing

for some of the children of the


mas Party underprivileged

Also included in this part of the work is


neighborhood

the collection of for Christmas and Thanksgiving


money
baskets which are distributed to needy families in the

Beaver Hall Representative


community
Dorothy Boyd
In the spring all the classes united with the association

to plan programs for those students who spent Saturday Grey Towers Representative

afternoons on treasure hunt and hikes are two Doris Stewart


campus
of the ideas worked out for the enjoyment of the students
Hall Representative
Montgomery
The cabinet has been ably counseled this by Miss
year Edith Class

Elsie Stryker Dean Ruth Higgins and Dr Frank Scott

Day Student Representative


Their cooperation plus the cooperation of all the members
Muriel Smith
of the association have made it
possible for the Young Wom
ens Christian Association of Beaver College to come in

sight of its
purpose namely to unite in the desire to

realize full and creative life through growing knowledge

of God to have part in making this life possible for all

people to work to understand Jesus and to follow Him


167
Inauguration of new members

Dr Skinner presiding at discussion during

Religious Emphasis Week

Playing Santa Claus at the Christmas Party

Reading stories at the Christmas Party

168
NEWMAN CLUB

President Helen Hagedorn Vice-President Marie Houstoun

Sec nod Trees Barbara t-Ioustoun

The Newman Club of Beaver College is one of 250 Newman

Clubs in institutions of higher learning throughout America It is

Catholic organization named for the great educator Cardinal John

Henry Newman and has three main purposes religious educational

and social

The Beaver was started only three and has


chapter years ago

become an of the college life of its members The


integral part

club has hi-monthly meetings where the girls carry on directed dis

cussions on topics of general interest

Each April several of the members are elected to represent

the Beaver chapter at the Newman Federation Convention held in

Washington

169
LEAGUE OF EVANGELICAN STUHE1%TS

II

Eleanor Slugg Secretary Kathryn McCuttheon


President

Treasarer Edna Sorber

The of Students had been functioning as


League Evangelical

several to in
canipus activity for years prior its re-organization

Since date has been in number spirit and


1935 this it growing

endeavor under the leadership of Miss Stryker

of the fellowship with


The purpose League is to give greater

Christ and Bible study and to enrich our lives in


through prayer

service for Him This


year
in particular the League has proved

to be of great spiritual
value to its members

170
Babcock Umansky

Hill Lippiocott Padmore Kravec de Angeli Corsner

Mand Bonomi Lowry

President Ruth Hill Vice-President Norma Bonomi

Secretary-Treasurer Martha Kravec

Pi Delta is national honorary fraternity which seeks to promote


Epsilon

student establish code of ethics for student publica


participation in journalism to

tions and to honor those who have made significant contributions along these lines

Beaver the second womans be chartered by the Grand


The chapter chapter to

Council of the fraternity was formally installed on March 1939

In of this has fostered closer union among


spite its immaturity organization

the three major publications of Beaver has satisfactorily settled numerous publica

and has represented Beaver as growing college in national society


tion problems
November the held national convention at the University of
In fraternity

Richmond in Richmond Virginia The Beaver chapter sent two delegates

In the spring Pi Delta held an meeting for students interested in


Epsilon open
in order to receive the true of the student body and to act
publications impressions

their At this time the functions and policies of the publications


upon suggestions

were completely reviewed

Pi Delta Epsilon sponsored joint banquet of the publications staffs in May New
members installed were announced and awards were given to those
were pledges

who had done outstanding work on the year


any publication during past

172
Capers inansky de Angeli Skogland Slotter Williams

Dorland Houpt Bonomi Dearden Stewart

Hartzell Kreec

President Doris Stewart Secret ury-Treusurer Florence Harizell

Vice-President and Pro gram Chairi an Representative on National Council


Norma Bonomi June Houpt

Alpha Kappa Alpha is national honorary fraternity in philosophy Although


in age for national organization it
developing rapidly on
young is
campuses
throughout the East In 1928 Muhlenberg College first initiated the fraternity and

ten years later Beaver formed the Epsilon chapter


The pledges elected in October to the Epsilon chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
were formally initiated into the fraternity in November The initiation took place

on the Cedar Crest College campus


In J\ovember Mr Benton Spruance head of the Beaver art department presided

at an interesting informal discussion on The Philosophy of Art


On April Epsilon sent several delegates to participate in the annual conven
tion held at Muhlenberg College The seminar treated the subject of The Philosophy
of Democracy in the light of the conception of the thinkers of all time as
great

compared with todays leading exponents of nationalistic regimes

Scholarship and interest in philosophical problems are the main qualifications

for election into Alpha Kappa Alpha The candidate must then be elected by the
unanimous vote of the chapter members The chapter meetings are entirely flexible

in their nature depending on the interests of the members at the time

173
Slotter

MeCutcheon Houp Cranmer

Lambda Delta Alpha the senior honor society of Beaver College was

originated in 1933 under the direction of Dr Elinor Barnes Professor

of Psychology and Chairman of the Committee on Honors Since its


incep

tion its has been two-fold the stimulation of academic endeavor


purpose
and the of an appreciative attitude toward high scholarship
encouragement
Election to Lambda Delta Alpha is the highest scholastic distinction

an can attain It has become traditional for the recipient


undergraduate

of the Silver Trowel an award to the junior maintaining the


presented

scholastic for her first three of college work to he


highest average years

permanent secretary of the organization during her senior year At present

June Houpt holds the Silver Trowel

The other members are selected from eligible juniors and seniors by
the Committee on Honors Requirements for eligibility include not
Faculty

only scholastic ability of fine caliber but also excellence of character and

invaluable contribution to college activities Announcement of candidates

made during the month of October at the Honors Day


is
ceremony
The society functions socially in one capacity It an annual
sponsors

tea in order to recognize those students shose superior work has earned

them place on the Deans Honor List

This years candidates were formally initiated into Lambda Delta Alpha
on March 19 following dinner given in their honor

174
Perlstein Lippincott Knpf

Flageclorn

Lucille Perlstein
President Alvera Kopt Secretary-Treasurer

Vice-President Helen Hagedorn Corresponding Secretary

Mary Alice Lippincoit

The Beaver of Psi Chi national honorary society in psychology


chapter

was installed May 12 1939 with seven charter members

The of this is primarily to advance the science


purpose organization

of and to stimulate and maintain scholar


psychology secondly encourage
of the indisidual members in all academic fields particularly in
ship

psychologv
major or minor standing psychol
in
Its members must be registered for

scholastic and must have heen unanimous


ogy must maintain superior rating

elected of the local chapter Meetings are held


ly at regular meeting

month and are scheduled according to the


approximately once programs
interests of the
paramount group
In Noember of this Psi Chi the Biennial Vocational
year sponsored

Conference with Dr Elinor Barnes professor of psychology as executive

chairman

175
Castle Weiland Carlin Slotter Hill

Williston Price Nicholls Searle


Houstoun Patten

Capers

Eleanor Price
President Dorothy Patten Secretary

Treasurer Margaret Nicholls

Pi Sigma or Pentathion as it is more popularly known is an honorary athletic

It was in 1913 and is the oldest honorary organization at


society inaugurated

Beaver

Each this roller-skating for the entire college


year society sponsors party

and the year it sells school banners in order to swell the treasury The
throughout

event of the year is Fun Night at which time the members of Pentathlon
outstanding

the in basketball and in volleyball game This year


challenge faculty game
witnessed the defeat of the teams and the fastest basketball of the
faculty game

season
Election to Pentathlon based on athletic scholarship and good sports
is ability

Its chief to honor those students who have shown interest and
manship purpose is

in and who have manifested good sportsmanship at all times second


ability sports

aim is to foster interest in all forms of athletics


greater

Members are to amass certain number of athletic points before they


required

considered members of Pentathlon It is not the policy of the


are as prospective

however restrict membership to physical education students This is truly


club to

an open organizationopen to all those who may be called good sports

176
WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES
ANH UNIVERSITIES

Nina de Angeli

Ruthane Capers

Edna Cheyney

Scholarship leadership character


Dorothea Dorland

and for future use to busi


potentialities
June Houpt

ness and society are the qualifications


Virginia McGinnes

considered in the selection of the girls


Dorothy Patten

Patricia Slotter
for the 1939-40 official Whos Who

Among Students in American Univer


Elizabeth Williams

sities and Colleges

hese girls have been chosen by Col

lege Government Committee as most de

serving of such an honor In choosing

students for Whos Who the committee

in extra-cur
emphasized participation

ricular activities and ability of the stu

dent to adjust herself effectively to the

total situation of college

This is the sixth year of issue of

Whos Who It has been felt that

there was need for some medium

through which names of deserving stu

dents could be brought before the busi

ness and social worlds The purpose of

such an index bas been that of establish

reference volume of authoritative


ing

information on the great body of Amer


ican undergraduates

177
PUBLICATIONS

The publications of any college exist primarily

to record to present composite view of college

life and to relate in detail all college activities

Fortunately since mere recording is necessarily

not It
monotonous this is their only activity is

the unique privilege of our four publications to

suggest progressive remedial measures and to in

fluence thought along progressive lines They are

the forces which integrate all our activities at

Beaver and which acquaint those outside the col

with the aims affairs and aspirations of


lege

Beaver Indeed the publications of Beaver College

have more far-reaching effect and greater influ

ence than other of organizations on


any group

cam pus
THE IIFAAVEIt LOG STAFF OF

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Editor-in-C hid Rhoda Umansky

Business Monoger Lucille Padmore

Literary Editor Norma Bonomi

Photography Editors Patricia Slotter Irene Snyder

Art Editor Williams


Kathryn

Circulation Manager Hilda Bregman

Advertising Maaager Ida Gillman

Assistant Business Manager Helen Hagedorn

Assistant Literary Editor Martha Kravec

TYPING STAFF ADVERTISING STAFF

Helen Bender Eleanor Grotsky

Sophie Bernstein Esther Lay


Alma Bleicher Mildred Lots

Peggy Crawford Dorothy Lunine

Betty Downing Ethel Moore


Muriel Hauptman Shirley Prell

Kay Konowitch Doris Stewart

Becky Russell

Josephine Sterling

Doris Sniffen

Jean Saward
CIRCULATION STAFF
Leanora Vauha
Pauline Vaughan Alma Bleicher
RHODA ELEANOR UMANSKY
Betty Watson Ruth Broeland EDITOR-TN-CHIEF
Nancy White Edna Cranmer

Helen Dearden

Lois Esau
LITERARY STAFF
Phyllis Gerner

Sophie Bernstein Dorothy King


Jane Carlin Elaine Penn

Josephine Sterling Blossom Rogers

At last we present to you the 1940 BEAVER LOG We the staff

are proud of our achievement in representing true picture of

Beaver

Only the staff members and those who have been involved in

the mechanics of book can the


year production fully appreciate

tremendous task of publishing the LOG We started from scratch

no money no ideas no materialsand indeed the LOG has been

constant challenge to our creative executive and financial abilities

The result has been well worth the time devoted to attrac
planning

tive sections scheduling and taking pictures writing and editing

copy and stretching the budget to suit our needs

We have tapped every available source of revenuehounding

180
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND

LUCILLE PADMORE
Hagedorn Slotter Padmore Giliman
BUSINESS MANAGER
tTmansky Bregman Snyder

Williams Bonomi Kravec

students faculty and friends week after week resulting in the sale

500 and countless letters friends of the


of books typing sending to

them be convincing clubs and organiza


college asking to patrons
that number of in the LoG would be to their
tions greater pages

advantage and inducing them to pay for them pounding the pave

ments of Jenkintown Glenside Philadelphia and all


Wyncote
and out rain or shine in the hope that
points west day in day
few merchants would subscribe to an advertisement in the
more
on the cover would
LOG convincing students that their names in gold

enhance the and of their book haunting the


beauty personality

Chatterbox lounges and dorms to sell pictures in other words

possible and within the cannons of good


doing everything humanly
taste to together few elusive dollars
scrape

181
This years LOG contains many unique features To many of

you the LoG cover is not surprise since


your opinion was requested

and considered early in the fall We hope that those of


you who
knew nothing of our plans are pleased with our choice Naturally

white soils quickly but damp cloth little elbow and


grease

bit of care will make it look like new Our second color was selected
with view toward beauty and originality We believe that the

BEAvER LoG would not be half so interesting nor so eagerly antici

Moore Bender Lotz Rogers Crawford Russell Watson

Downing Lay Sterling Hauptman Esau

pated if
every LoG staff were limited to the traditional scarlet and

grey
More views of the college have been included than in
any
previous yearbook The pebbled view section in color and the

formal faculty portraits are innovations this and we hope they


year
meet with your approval The tricky sub-dividers and the calendar

section are still our pet brain children The Calendar of Mem
ones is not just hodge-podge of meaningless candids for we have

attempted to depict of events as they occurred so as to


panorama
tell the complete story of the academic and social activities of the

year We regret that candids for May and June could not be in

cluded but the LoG went to May


press

Despite our efforts the 1940 BEAvER LOG is not utopian year
book nor is it in many respects
the same LOG we had originally

planned It has its limitations and its shortcomings but we hope


that you will want to cherish it and that in years to come it will

recall fond memories of the Beaver we know and love

13
HANDBOOK

Elizabeth Rue
Editor-in-Chief

Associate Editors Norma Bonomi Ida Gillman

Bonomi Rue Giliman

One of the most familiar and most indispensable marks of

Beaver is the little


gray and red Handbook Without this as

would be to be informed about all the intricate


guide it
impossible

workings of our various organizations

It written book rules and


is concisely containing policies

constitutions that are all of vital importance to student at


every

Beaver From cover to cover explains and sets forth


College it

and traditions the honor and social codes It also con


principles

tains our best cheers songs and our Beaver Alma Mater This

year
the Handbook will also include the constitution of the

Athletic Association and folder containing schedule of varsity

to be played next year


games
The Handbook is
published annually by the Student Govern

ment Association The editors of the Handbook endeavor to

record made in the various organizations to eliminate all


changes

and to offer constructive criticism as to the exist


extraneous rules

ing social and academic regulations

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THE BEAVER NEWS

BOARD OF EDITORS Beaver News is to publish both sides of any

Marjorie Lowry Helen Mand question if possible and


campus preferably in

Editors-in-Chief the same issue of the paper


Managing Editor Ruth Hill
Twenty-one issues are distributed Of
yearly
Feature Editor lary Alice Lippincott
this number several special issues were pub
lished this year The first issue of the school

BUSINESS STAFF
year contained pictures of and information about
Rosiness Manoger Irene Corsner
the outstanding students on campus for the
year
Assistant Business Manager Winifred BoyØ
1939-40 Following the announcement in Janu
Advertising Manager Marian Garrison

ary that Dr Raymon Kistler had accepted the


Circulation Manager Carolyn Ryder

appointment to the presidency of the college an

issue was dedicated to him The final issue


DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS
recognized the outstanding members of the senior
Faculty Editor Elsie Babcock
class One comic issue was out the
Class and Club Editor Lois Sboolman put during

Sports Editor Patten month of April


Dorothy

Alumnae Editor Mary Ann West The staff constantly strives to improve the

Mosic Editor Elinor Sack of the and


quality paper the latest developments
Exchange Editor Alyce Goldberg in college newspapers are utilized Streamlined

format abolition of column rule informal


many
as well as formal cuts new and lively feature

The Beaver News columns and informality throughout have made


weekly publication presents

the news of the college in direct the Beaver News more and more
objective way interesting

Since the paper is


chiefly record of college meaningful to the majority of Beaver students

the news The News was represented at the conventions


events stories following accepted jour

nalistic are unbiased and without edi of the Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of
canons

torial comment the Middle Atlantic States at the meetings at

News of student activities Bucknell University and at Moravian


is given precedence College

in the paper hut the Beaver News also includes for Women Several delegates also attended the

announcements and items of interest from the Press Night which was held in the fall at the

administration officers and from faculty mem College of Chestnut Hill The editors
attempt

hers As force between and to make intelligent use of the information gained
unifying faculty

the the opportunity these conventions order


students newspaper supplies at in that they may keep

for each to read about and to understand the paper as up to date as possible
group

what the other is


doing The newspaper is edited by the students Dr

As much space on the second


page
of the Belle Matheson associate professor of English

is devoted to editorials and letters is the faculty advisor The Beaver News has
paper open

the amount of student the become vital force on as evidenced


as opinion reaching campus is

editors will warrant The editorial policy of the by the student interest in the publication

185
STAFF

Editor-in-Gb ie/ Georgiana Magargal

Business Manager Martha Kravec

Art Editor Jane Castle

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Nina de Angeli Betty Lampe


Elsie Babcock Joan Hinlein

Ann Lillian McNutt


Betty Bryce

Betty Fisher Edna Sorber

The Beaver Review literary quarterly of the college began this year

with two clearly defined aims The first was to improve the magazine through

efforts on the of the entire staff more organized meetings and


greater part

discussion groups and greater care in selecting material and illustrations

The second was to create keener interest in the Beaver Review throughout

the college by literary and social activity

One year is never long enough to realize fully the aims planned for that

period but the staff feels that it has made considerable progress More

than thirty students entered the Beaver Review Contest last Autumn and the

material submitted was so excellent that three contestants were given places

on the staff instead of one as is the usual custom

Edna Sorber won first


place with her story Five houses Jacqueline

Palmer came in second with an Yankees Complaint and Joan


essay

186
Hinlein freshman was awarded first honorable mention for her story

Mountain Road An informal reception given by the staff at Grey Towers


served as for the announcement of these awards All
pleasant setting

contestants and students interested in the literary work in the college were

invited

As for the magazine itself the policy of the staff has been to eliminate

insofar as possible the storified and meaningless poetry so prevalent


essays

in school and to make the publication readable while preserving


magazines
the literary quality of each issue

the fine work of Jane Castle whose efforts


Through exceptionally

demand commendation the cover and illustrations have been vastly


especial

improved and augmented

Sorber Palmer McNuu Babcock Georgiana Magargal

Editor-in-Chief
Kravec Castle de Angeli Hinlein Bryce

In addition the Review Staff presented three


to publishing magazine
lectures for the benefit of the students and friends of the college The

lecturers were Mortimer Adler Carl Sandburg and Cornelia Otis Skinner

The staff wishes to thank all of the students who have so kindly sub

mitted material to the Beaver Review this year There has been an abund

ance offered to us we have tried to publish the best We urge


those whose

articles have been to continue us their literary attempts and


rejected giving

others do so earliest The job of the


invite still to at their opportunity
editit main choose not There
staff is to is their function to compose
how we are welcome material from
fore we impress upon you very glad to

and efforts of the school


any student at any time Only through the interest

at can we make the Beaver Review the magazine with the high standards
large

of excellence we desire it to be

187
PRESS BUREAU

ELSiE BABCOCK

To put Beaver on the map is the avowed purpose of the Beaver College Student

Press Bureau It was newly organized this chairman Elsie


year by its
present

Babcock with the approval of the administration of the college All large colleges

and many small ones have such organizations and the Beaver Press Bureau is in

ways after those other


many patterned at colleges

Every week duplicated bulletin containing news stories about all events
major
at the college is sent to Philadelphia New York and local papers In addition

to this news of the activities of individual students is sent to their hometown news
papers throughout the United States and foreign countries Nine write
reporters

regular news stories and thirteen others write items about individuals The chair

man is assisted in editing assigning and mechanics by the secretary Virginia Fager
and the assistant secretary Alberta Springer
It is
interesting to note that greater number of news stories and items about

Beaver and its students have been published this than other of which we
year any
now have record This is in
part
due to the work of the Press Bureau and in part

to its advisor Mr Thomas Barlow

The work of the Press Bureau will affect all of us who are interested in Beaver
for it is
helping to increase the good reputation and popularity of the college

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AUT FESTIVAL

Art Festival at Beaver College is an outgrowth of the Music

few time one week-end had


Festival of years ago Up to that

been devoted to the best collegiate production possible in the line

of musicstudent artist recitals and concerts by members of the

Glee Club were presented It was at the instigation of Nelle Kelly

39 and Elfriede Mahler 39 who felt that all the arts deserved

that Art Festival came into existence Their origi


equal emphasis
nal was to an outlet for all creative expression and
purpose provide

to stimulate an appreciative attitude toward all forms of art

Although its title connotes the best and greatest of entertain

Art Festival aiming neither nor size Since


ment is at perfection at

sole aim has been to offer an opportunity for the


its
conception its

of student ideas on the arts The realization of this aim


expression

through student work which is


voluntary and unrestricted tech

nically denies the connotation of the term festival However the

result is true and glorious festival of thought

The of Art Festival was to have full week of


original plan

set aside for one of the arts The fol


activityeach night being

lowing year it was carried on in the same manner with few modi

fications

Under the direction of Jane Castle Helen Thomas and Jane

Brister Art Festival reached new high this both in popularity


year
and in quality It has remained voluntary and largely unorgan
ized movement Because its structural flexibility permits modifica

tions it has been molded to suit the need of better relations between

the faculty and the students Although Art Festival is


primarily

student affair it has been felt that faculty participation should

not be excluded

This was the impetus which led to Faculty-Student Get Together

as an introduction to the Art Festival series An Information

Please on the arts was conducted with the faculty and


program
students vying for honors and the faculty emerging victorious

The first night of the series was devoted to music As in the

other activities participation here emphasized individuality of per


formance Art Night climaxed the general exhibition of work done

by students either in or out of the art department with discussion

led by Mr Benton Spruance professor of art Probably the most

interesting and active production of the series was Drama Night


Three original playsTen Thousand Czars by Elsie Babcock
Conversation Piece by Anice Kendall and Drama of Culture
by Anita Schwitterswere produced and directed by the students

Spontaneous discussion and criticism followed each of the main

events

Organized of obvious need for wider


in recognition very par
ticipation in and opportunity for artistic creation Art Festival has

progressed and has become one of the finest activities at Beaver

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GLEE CLUB

President Marian Garrison Secretary Betty St Clair

Librririan and Treasurer Esther Lay

joint concert on April 5th with the Harvard University Symphony Orchestra
was striking performance of Beavefs outstanding clubour Glee Club The

Vaughn Williams Magnificat twenty-minute chorale for womens voices was


rendered at this occasion with Mary McKillip singing the solo Williams Mag
nificat is considered one of the most beautiful and most difficult choruses for womens
voices because of its modern minor harmonies Other selections from the clubs

repertoire included Handels Whereer You Walk Now Let Every Tongue Adore

Thee by Bach Serenade and Lullaby by Brahms The Spinning Chorus from

Wagners Flying Dutchman She Walks in Beauty by Haupt and favorite of

the Glee Club members Take Joy Home by Basset-Riegger

dance sponsored by the club followed the Harvard-Beaver concert The whole

affair proved to be an outstanding college and community event The proceeds of

and
the concert dance were deposited in the
gown fund which the club started last

year

The Glee Club has earned the reputation of being Beavers most active club for

1939-40 The girls sang at local churches over Philadelphia broadcasting stations

and at prominent Philadelphia business centers In April they appeared for the

second
year
under the auspices of the Northern New Jersey Alumnae Association at

Maplewood In addition to giving concerts the club sponsored several visiting mens
Glee Clubs which presented concerts here at the college These visitors included the

Lehigh Haverford and Swarthmore clubs The concerts were met with enthusiastic

appreciation on the part of all Beaver students

The club this was composed of sixty-seven members carefully chosen by


year

The rehearsals well performances


try-outs girls thoroughly enjoyed as as public

After one of the rehearsals in October Mr and Mrs Curry entertained the group
at hobo party in the gym great deal was accomplished by the club this year
but lot of fun was interwoven in the process of accomplishment

The Glee Club is


beyond doubt the oldest club in the college since it was

the same the college was established 1853 It was composed of ten
organized year

or fifteen members who gave few concerts but


sang primarily for their own enjoy
ment Charles Martin former Beaver faculty member was director of the

club from 1925 until 1936 when Mr Lawrence Curry the present director

assumed the responsibility of leadership

The three officers of the Glee Club and five representatives form the executive

board which conducts all the business of the club The representatives on the board

this were Marie Houstoun from Beaver Hall Virginia Weaver from Montgomery
year

Hall Lucia Willoughby from Grey Towers Evelyn Whean from Ivy Hall and

Dorothy Moore from the day student group

The members of the Glee Club would like to


pay special tribute to Mr
Lawrence Curry His enthusiasm sense of humor musical ability inexhaustible

and untiring efforts in behalf of the club have carried Beavers Glee Club
patience

through its most successful year

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CHOIR
Reese Putnam Griffin Woodward
Campbell Topping

Swan Wbite Smalley Reinecke

Takacs Ryder McGinnes BoyØ

Luni Lester Pike Muriel SmtIi

Reynolds Edwards McCart

ney Cudlipp Craig

ORCHESTRA
Ermentraut Saward Ostrander

Sandersan Reinhardt Grotz


Meachem

Severe Stanley Coulter Corthell

Woods Edwards

THE BEAVER GLEE CLUB AND


STRING
QUINTET
Severe Payne Coulter Corthell

St Clair

IIIILOMUJSAN
McCartney Allen Somerset

Winans Severe Doernberg

Firor Craig

Lester Downing Sack Robin

son Edwards Jaeger Kleine

Padmore Harvey Fisk Stanley

TUE HARVARD UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA


ORCHESTRA
This is the orchestras second of existence The members
year

have devoted much time to rehearsing and increasing its


repertoire

and as result they have not been able concerts


to present many

The orchestra one concert the Red Cross


presented major at

Tea in Jenkintown early in the winter The branch


String Quintet

of the orchestra played at the Christmas and Easter services in

Murphy Chapel and at the Glee Club concert in Camden in March

The orchestra is directed by Mr Charlton Lewis Murphy who

is assisted by Mr Thomas Barlow Mr Barlow who plays

the clarinet is
becoming famous on campus as the only male mem
ber of female musical organization

There is definite at Beaver for an of this


place organization

kind as is evidenced in the growth of the orchestra in the two


past

years Its members hope along with the rest of the that
college

this is one Beaver orchestra which will ha continued existence

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CHOIR
Chairman Board Mae Reynolds Gown Choirmon Harriet McCariney
of Choir

Accompanist Hden Edwards

The of girls differs from the Glee Club


Choir group twenty-four

in that it only non-secular music In addition to presenting regular


sings

the Choir offers of its members to do


group concerts many opportunities

solo at the chapel services and at churches in the vicinity


singing

The the night chapel services and at the special


group sings at Sunday
and Easter services Other this
Christmas in Murphy Chapel engagenients

have been at the Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia St Marks


year
Lutheran Church and several churches in the of
in Philadelphia vicinity

enkintown The activity of the was the broadcast over


outstanding year

the N.B.C network during the Christmas season

The Choir an role in life since it is one of


plays important campus
the main links between religious and social life at Beaver It provides

but for the college whole


source of enjoyment not only for the members as

The members of the Choir and the director Miss Bampton are very

much elated over the success of this years activities and are planning an even

more extensive for the coming year


program

PHILOMIJSAN

President Dorothy Robinson Sec.-Treos Helen Edwards

Program Chairman Elinor Sack

Philomusan is club for art and music lovers It aims to

stimulate and understanding of the best works


greater appreciation

and artists in the allied arts Although the members are interested

in all the music seems to be their first preference since most


arts

of the clubs are musical in nature


programs
Active the by the club
participation in arts is
encouraged
This fall new members were initiated into Philomusan by mani

festing their abilities in either art music or drama Most of the

club are informal with the members furnishing the enter


meetings

tainment

The annual banquet was held in November and the entertain

ment which was supplied by members of the music faculty was

informal in tone Mr Curry and Mr Barlow gave piano improvisa

tions and Mrs Hagar and Miss Bampton offered modern swing
renditions

Although the club has enjoyed very successful year


it is

to disband next in accordance with the movement to


planning year

curtail extra-curricular activities

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SONG

On the eve of Thanksgiving vacation highly enthusiastic

student body acclaimed the advent of the annual Song Con


test On this long anticipated night the four classes were
united in single desire to promote the all-round success

of an outstanding event For pep enthusiasm and


campus
the challenge of keen competition this evening was un
equalled

Song Contest is
especially important because it serves

as an incentive for
any person who might possess some
latent creative talent Each class three
presents original

songs class
song pep song and an alma mater The

individual classes are judged upon appearance suitability

of words to music rhythm and singahility of diction


songs
and clarity and finally the general quality of the
presenta
tion

determined and the


Fully to sing its
way to victory pos
session of the silver loving cup each class rehearsed will

and even for weeks before the actual


ingly eagerly many
contest

This years Song Contest was particularly exciting Sharp

rivalry was revealed between the seniors who were dog


gedly intent upon defending their success of the previous

year and the juniors who were equally intent in their

desire to defeat them Victory went to the Class of 40


who attributes its success to that bundle of dynamite
Edna Cheyney the senior leader and class The
president

Class of 41 came in second with an honorable mention and

an added enthusiasm for next years contest

After all the classes had presented their and the


songs
seniors had their
sung Senior Hymn for the first time the

judges presented their decision At this time the heretofore

insignificant freshmen were ceremoniously decapped The

contemptible green dinks suddenly acquired new meaning


and the freshmen new status of and
equality importance

198
-S

CONTEST

Eddie gets the cup for the seniors

The Leaders

Camille Houck Fres/imoo

Helen Dearden Junior

Edna Cheyney Senior

Dorothy Cmi Sophomore

Seniors ring out the news of victory

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ART FELLOWSHIP

President athryn Williams Secretary Bernice Lifton

Vice-President Helen Gumbs Treasurer Marian Martin

Exhibition Chairman Nancy Tuppen

Art Fellowship is an honorary art club Membership limited to


is art majors
who are elected into the club on the basis of scholarship Each the club gives
year

tea for all the art majors and which the new members
sponsors banquet at are

formally initiated into the organization

We are proud of the fact that Art Fellowship is member of the Art Alliance

of Philadelphia Every month the Art Alliance lends the Beaver club work of

prominent artist which is exhibited for the benefit of all interested students

This the club initiated of the works of each senior art


year policy exhibiting

major The impetus for this innovation was exhibition of the


provided by joint

works of the art faculty The student exhibitions included the works of Kathryn

Williams Helen Gumbs Hortense Singer Nancy Tuppen and Sutton


Dorothy

Jane Castle sophomore exhibited water colors

On Thursday afternoons Art Fellowship sponsored art classes for high school

students Dorothy Moore and Virginia Sharpless acted as student teachers for this

activity

With the exception of Art Festival Art has done more toward
Fellowship

creating an active interest in the arts than any other organization at Beaver

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IBECLEX

President Eleanor Jackson Stage Manager Elaine Penn

Student Cocci Melville Brister Secretary Irene Snyder

Treasurer Helen Hagedorn

Beclex is the chief dramatic organizatioii of Beaver College Its purpose is to


stimulate interest in dramatic activities in Beaver and to secure for the college all the

advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by such society


The club felt the need of reorganization this and has attempted to knit itself
year

more closely together so that in the future it will be better able to accomplish its
high

purpose
In February fifteen girls were taken into membership on the basis of the ability

demonstrated in long period of try-outs After week of informal initia


they

tion were formally admitted to the society at the regular monthly meeting
they

Little Theatre was formed this which to be of


Workshop group year is
part

Beclex It is to provide opportunity for such dramatic activities as the larger organ
ization cannot undertake because of its other work The group will be open to all

those students whose interests are at all inclined toward dramatic work
Beclex the Inter.Class Play Contest It
gives each class
Every year sponsors

chance to its all lines of dramatic production for all the plays
prove ability along

are student directed student acted and student produced Membership in Beclex is

awarded to the girl who is judged the best actress

Beclex tso plays fall production and spring produc


Usually presents year
tion This fall the club started conscientious work on rip-roaring melodrama

entitled Gold in the Hills by Frank Davis Unfortunately production difficulties

arose and the club had to cancel the play At the time the LOG was going to press

Beclex had started to work on Cradle Song by Gregorio and Maria Martinez Sierra

to be presented to the college May 18th

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Poor MadelenaClass of 41

THE PLAY CONTEST

Saturday January 13 marked the event of the Interciass Play

Contest in Murphy Gymnasium Each class presented one-act

play in the order of class seniority

Play Contest annually sponsored by Beclex The


is
purpose

of such contest is two-fold to encourage dramatic participation

and the students and discover and obtain the best


interest among to

talent possible for Beclex

Melville Brister Vice-President and Student Coach of Beclex

was general chairman of the entire contest but each class elected

its own chairman The class chairmen selected casted and directed

the plays so that all the plays were entirely student productions

The plays were considerably better than they have been in former

years in regard to suitability staging direction and acting

This the juniors were awarded the silver plaque which


year

Beclex
presents to the winning class Their production of Poor
Madelena was not only considered the best of all those offered but

it was also judged an outstanding amateur production on its own

merits

Margaret Lutz deserves special recognition for excellent direc

tion of the junior class play Alda Wolff junior day student was

given an award for the best individual performance and Nina de

Angeli senior day student received an honorable mention

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CLASS OF 1940 CLASS OF 1942

Sacrifice in Brocade by Olive Price Purple Door.Knob by Walter Eaton

Director Marie Houstoun Directors Elaine Penn Muriel Smith

Anna Esther Lay Mrs Dunbar Eleanor Gleed

Charlotte Eleanor Jackson Mrs Bartholomew Chrystela Wade

Viola Cole Prell


Marie Adelaide Nina de Angeli Shirley

Maid Virginia Woodcock

CLASS OF 1941 CLASS OF 1943

Poor Madelina by Louise Saunders Cinderella by the Dozens by Katherine Kester

Director Margaret Lutz Director Mary Berlin

Pierrot Lucia Prince Adeline Acerno


Willoughby

Pierrette Alda Wolff Secretary Mary Lou Elliot

Bumhu Helen Dearden Maid Merle Westerfield

Backstage Freshman Play

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NANCY WAGNER ELIZABETH WILLIAMS ANITA JAEGER

MAY QtJEEN A1D ATTENDANTS

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MAY DAY 1940

May Queen Elizabeth Williams

Attendant Anita Jaeger

Attendant Wagner
ancy

HONOR COURT
Seniors Juniors

Hilda Bregman Marjorie Lowry Betty Calverly Margaret Lutz

Ruthane Capers Helen Mand Shirley Cleaver Lillian McNutt


Jane Carlin Virginia McGinnis Ethel Cudlipp Georgiana Magargal
Ann Castle Margaret Nicholls Helen Dearden Drucilla Mitchell

Edna Cheyney Lucille Padmore Lois Esau Janet Morrison


Nina de Angeli Anne Parker Dorothy Hill Eleanor Price

Dorothy Dorland Dorothy Patten Mildred Howell Edna Purvis

Dorothy Fairlamb Jessie Severe Marie lsenberg Gladys Rees


Ida Giliman Patricia Slotter Madge Kimble Betty Rue
Ruth Graybill Elizabeth St Clair Mary Alice Lippincott Rebecca Russell

Ruth Hill Rhoda tJmansky Martha Lukens Suzanne Samter


Barbara Houstoun Mary Wieland Dorothy Lunine Jean Skogland
Virginia Woodcock Phyllis Swan

LAUREL CHAIN

Sophomores Freshmen

Marjorie Aldrich Doris Reinhardt Aune Allen Cherry Magner


Winifred Boyf May Rohinson Mary Berlin Mary Maxwell
Jane Castle Betty Anne Searle June Corson Louise Murphy
Avis Goodby Jean Stewart Mary Alice Cunningham Virginia Pike
Dorothy Grotz Melita Takacs Mary Lou Elliott Hope Smalley
Dorothy King Helen Thomas Helen Harvey Betty Smith
Van Dyke Hopkinson Lorraine
Dorothy Kistler Virginia Jean Stanley

Viola Monaco Chrystella Wade Betty Ann Kiehl Janet Stringfield

Jacqueline Palmer Bernice Wenzel Catherine Ruth Koehler Mary Watson


Helen Williston Paige Weaver

NOW IS THE MONTH OF MAYING

It is the joyful first of May in village in He speaks wrathfully to the poet You keep

medieval England The townspeople crowd the my followers from serving me as they should

field waiting for the festivities to begin trum because


you are always writing about the folly

pet fanfare breaks through the noise of their of Love The Queen of Love receives permis

merrymaking and the music begins for the sion from the king to pronounce punishment on

processional of the May Queen and all her Chaucer for the sins he has committed against

court After she has been crowned the people Love She commands that Chaucer shall present

celebrate the occasion in dance legend of good womenwomen who have been

As the music and the dancers faithful in love Chaucer do the


dies away begin agrees to pen
to leave the field group of daisy-dancers enter ance immediately
the scene
The Legend of Pyramus and This be
The poet Chaucer honors the daisy as the

flower of May and we find hint on this the first In certain town there are two families who
of May searching for field of his best-loved are constantly quarreling with each other

flower The King of Love and some gentlemen Pyramus the son of one family and Thisbe the

of court come into the same field daughter of the other have fallen in love with
his They
Chaucer and the sends for him each other but their fathers forbid them to see
recognize King

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each other Pyramus discovers hole in the her body into the city Thus Dido too has re

wall which the two estates He calls mained faithful in love


separates

to Thisbe and the two lovers are overjoyed at

able to to one another The Legend of Ariadne and Theseus


being speak again They
make arrangements to elope that
very night In the land of Crete there dwells horrible
At night Thisbe and her ladies hurry to the
man-eating monster In order to the
protect
well which is the appointed meeting place from being
country raided by him the king has
lion comes from the forest to drink from the
agreed that every three years he will supply
well and the ladies frightened flee to the woods
young man for the monster This
year
the lot

Thisbe drops her veil in her fright and the lion


has fallen one Theseus prince of Athens
upon
begins to play with the veil tearing to shreds
it
Ariadne and Phedra the daughters of the

Pyramus and his friends come running to the


Cretian king have seen the young man and
well the lion frightened by their footsteps runs
they admire him for his youth and handsome
into the woods Pyramus believes that Thisbe
Ariadne has devised he
ness plan whereby
has been carried off to the forest by the lion the horrible death She sends for
may escape
and that she is certainly dead Overcome with
the jailer who Theseus to her She plans
brings
grief Pyramus stabs himself
to let Theseus escape from prison and will pro
Thishe and the ladies come creeping back
vide the necessary if he will kill the
weapons
from the forest Thisbe runs to the well to find
monster He promises to serve her forever be
her beloved Pyramus dying She is told the sad
of her and Ariadne
cause great kindness prom
tale and beside herself with grief she stabs
hand
ises her in marriage if Theseus accom
herself and falls dead beside her lover Thisbe
plishes this brave deed
has been faithful to their love though it meant The plan is carried out as Ariadne has prom
death
ised and Theseus sets out to battle with the

monster He returns victorious and he An


The Legend of Dido and Aeneas
adne and Phedra run away since Ariadne has

Aeneas and Achates his friend and band insisted that her sister come with them
of their shipwrecked Trojan sailors are looking Tired and from having travelled so
weary
for some place of habitation where they can far the three of them wander along the road

find shelter and rest Exhausted they throw Finally the cannot and
girls go any farther they

themselves the ground huntress enters sink to the ground exhausted While they sleep
upon
and directs them to the city of Carthage ruled Theseus stands guard Suddenly he kneels be

by the good queen Dido The fame of Aeneas side Phedra and wakens her He entreats her

has spread far and wide and Dido gives him and to run away with him because it is she whom
his men royal welcome Dido and Aeneas fall he loves not Ariadne Finally Phedra agrees

in love immediately The people realize this to his plan and the two faithless ones steal away
and they are more joyful than ever Achates leaving Ariadne alone

all this while has stood to one side watching Ariadne awakens just as the jailer and the

with disapproval He tries to persuade Aeneas guards come in looking for the escaped prisoner

that he must not stay in Carthage for he has Ariadne looks around to warn Theseus but sud

mission to fulfill Aeneas realizes that Achates denly she realizes that both Theseus and Phedra

is
right and determines to leave immediately have deserted her She takes out the dagger

Dido argues and pleads with him but he cannot that she was to have used for protection and

be dissuaded While his men are making ready kills herself faithful to her faithless lover

he takes leave of Dido Then amid the cheers Thus ends the Legend of Good Women
of the people Aeneas and his men march off The Queen of Love thanks Chaucer for the sto

to the sea ries and graciously pardons him from his sins

Dido is about to return to the city when she against Love Chaucer and his court leave the

sees Aeneas sword on the ground Suddenly field and the townspeople conclude their merry
she falls the sword and kills herself be making with dance The Honor Court and
upon
cause she knows that she will never again see Laurel Chain make their exit followed by the

Aeneas The court and the townspeople come May Queen and her attendants and the aimual

around her and with much sorrowing they bear May Day of Beaver College is ended

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CIII EPSILON

President Mae Reynolds our understanding of children and to fos

Treasurer Avis Goodby


ter our interests in fields other than child
Recording Secretary Sue Sanderson

Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Boyd


study

Council Representatives The club began its activities with pic


Seniors Rachael Craig Helen McCartney
nic at Baederwood Throughout the
year
Juniors Nancy Sage Jean Skogland
Chi has had several speakers Miss
Epsilon
Sophomores Josephine Schmidt

Shirley Seidenman Rath lectured to the club at the October

Freshmen Greenwood
Marjorie
meeting and Mr George Harvey Ivans
Marjorie Thomson
headmaster of the Oak Lane Country Day

School was guest speaker in February

In March Chi Epsilon sponsored tea

Grey Towers
Chi was in 1939 at Their for the occa
Epsilon organized by guest

the students of the early childhood educa sion was Miss Clare Tree Major director

tion department According to the consti of the Childrens Theatre in New York

tution of the club the


purposes are to Miss Majors subject was The Theatre

promote fellowship and social enjoyment and the Child

our members contact The clubs activities for the were


among to provide year

with those people who have contributed to brought to close by an informal social

childhood and its allied fields to broaden meeting

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EPSILON ALPHA

President Margaret Di Paolo Vice-President Winifred Boye

Rec Secretary Florence Lester Car Secretary Eleanor Rump1

Treasurer Minnetta Gladeck

The general purposes of Epsilon Alpha are to further interest

in elementary education while at college to promote broader

outlook in the field of elementary education and to bring the

students of the department together socially

The first social function of the club was picnic at


supper

the home of Mrs Dagar who is the clubs advisor In February the

club held its annual banquet The speaker of the evening was

the Reverend James Gilbert who led discussion on the rela

of religion to education
tionship

At the forums teas and meetings sponsored by Epsilon Alpha

the club members have an opportunity to discuss the latest develop

ments in the field and their own problems which arise during

observation and teaching Besides these discussions trips


practice

are taken to various of interest in connection with the field


places

of elementary education

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JIJNTO

President Ethel Moore ice-President Helen Robbins

Secret riry June De Forrest Treasurer Martha Strohrnan

Junto is sponsored by the history department and membership in the

organization is limited to those students who have had work in history

The club has as its


goal the stimulation of interest in contemporary inter

national politics and economics

unto was founded in 1933 and was modeled after Benjamin Franklins

original Junto club which was started in Philadelphia in 1726 The mem
bers of the Beaver club discuss problems of current interest as did the

original menihers of Franklins day


The first fall activity was the annual Junto banquet John Karekash

of the University of Pennsylvania was the guest speaker This meeting was

to all the students because of the interest in the topic for discus
open great

sion Problems of Present Day Europe In addition to this the members

of the club heard two lectures on Germany one by Miss Rath and one by

Dr Bowen
All in all this year has been successful one for Junto partly because

of the enthusiasm of the members and partly because of Dr Clarkes tire

less efforts in behalf of the club

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

President Edith Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Singer


Prager

Chairman Sophie Bernstein


Program

The International Relations Club is affiliated with the Middle Atlantic

District of the Endowment for International Peace The aim of


Carnegie

this club is to stimulate interest in international affairs through program


of discussions forums and speakers

At the beginning of this there were members in the club


year twenty

hut was doubled after an intense membership drive To be


membership
students must have hours of social
active members completed six credit

science Those students who do not meet this requirement but who are

interested in the club are taken in as associate members Only active

members hold office


may
The Carnegie Endowment furnishes books and magazines which are

basis for discussions the regular meet


by the members monthly
used as at

of the club The International Relations Club keeps these books and
ings

in the for the use of all students and thus offers an


magazines library

invaluable service to the college

Miss Rath was the first speaker on the clubs program and Dr Eugene

Miller of Ursinus was the at the annual banquet held in


College speaker

with the language clubs


conjunction

The International Relations Club sponsored primary election and

r.rational Nominating Convention in April In December 1939 the club

sent four to the Middle Atlantic States Regional Conferences held


delegates

at New Jersey College for Women

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HEALTH EDUCATION CLUB
President Nicholls
Margaret

Secretary-Treasurer Eleanor Price

Posture Week Chairman Jacqueline Van Nostrand

The Health Education Club is professional made up of


organization

the students and faculty of the department of health and education


physical

The club sponsors speakers and discussions for the of acquainting


purpose
the members with the most recent progressive developments in the field

It is note that the promotion of good


gratifying to fellowship among
the members is not one of the primary purposes of the and
organization

that meetings are called only when an issue arises which is of sufficient im

portance to warrant discussion Like all other departmental clubs it starts

its activities with picnic in the fall

One of the major projects of the club is the biennial Health Education

Demonstration which to the public Students and townsmen who


is
open

went the forward years demonstration


to affair last are looking to next
year

This function serves to acquaint the and with the work


college community

of the health and physical education department

Posture Week which was inaugurated last is another project of


year
the club Its purpose is to make the students posture conscious and this

the event was great success


year

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HOME ECONOMICS
President Lois Stewart Treasurer Dorothy Craven

Vice-President Dorothy Reed Bazaar Chairman Edna Cranmex

Secretary Eleanor Gleed Cake Committee Chairman Ida Holman

The Home Economics Club is


open to all home attending the American Home Economics Associ

economics students Its


purpose is to provide ation in Philadelphia in May
social training to promote social affairs and to
As year round activity the club members
establish an appreciation for home life and home
undertake to make cakes for various college
economics
functions The annual events of the club are
This year the club has had three speakers
banquet as purely social function bazaar
Dr Cutright Dr Bowen and Mr Copley It

has entertained home economics clubs of other to demonstrate the members proficiency in the

has been entertained field of home economics and Strawberry Fes


colleges and in turn by

other clubs It acted as hostess to club delegates tival at May Da to raise funds
KAPPA KAPPA ALPHA

President Lillian MacNutt Vice-President Charlotte Bozarth

Secretary-Treasurer Jacqueline Palmer

Kappa Kappa Alpha sponsored by the classical department has the

distinction of being the oldest departmental club in the college having

been organized in 1931 Its has been two-fold further


purpose to interest

in the classics and to link the classics with present day life

Far from being scholarly organization given over to serious research

and discussion concerning the use of the subjunctive in Virgil this club is

known to be friendly circle with meetings often bordering on the hilarious

The activities of the club usually consist of one project each year pic

tures lectures and special related to the main are


programs subject spon
sored by the members of the club The culminating activity is
banquet

faculty members not in the classical department are the speakers and alumnae

members of the club are invited In this the classics are linked with
way
other fields and alumnae members can see the clubs progress

It is with of members almost


feeling regret among its that after

decade Kappa Kappa Alpha will disband at the close of this college year

214
PSI ALPHA

President June Ruth


Haupt Secretary Cilley

Vice-President Jane Brister Treasurer Yetta Zeitlin

Psi Alpha organized in 1933 attempts to stimulate interest in psychology

and to promote the members of the The


fellowship among group program

of the club consists of lectures and discussions on of


subjects importance

in the field of psychology

In former years membership in Psi Alpha was open only to those

who had carried six or more credits in psychology However this year at

the initiation meeting was decided that one or taken


it
any taking having

three hours of psychology would be eligible for membership

In March Psi Alpha voted to disband This action was taken in

accordance with the movement toward fewer extra-curricular activities It

was felt that Psi Chi the national honorary in psychology more
fraternity

adequately meets the needs of the Beaver psychology department

215
MODEUN

FIIENCU CLUB
President Ruth Cortliell

Vice-Presirlent Eleanor Jackson

Secretary Janet Morrison

Treasurer Maria Ruz

GERMAN CLUB
President Elinor Sack

Vice-President Anita Reinecke

Secretary Lois Esau

Treasurer Edith Class

SPANISH CLUB
President Maria Ruz

Vice-President Gladys Dorninguez

Secretary Dona Jack

Treasurer Lorraine Alkon

216
LANGUAGE CLUBS

The general of each of the three lan


purpose

guage clubs has been to further interest in the

culture of the whose language is studied


country
With this end in view monthly meetings were held
three of which were joint meetings of the three

clubs One of the clubs entertained with play


folk dancing or music at each of these meetings

The annual banquet of the French German and


Spanish clubs was in February Mr Eugene Miller

of Ursinus College was the speaker of the evening

During the Christmas the modern lan


season

guage clubs presented religious plays in French and

German and folk singing in French German and


Spanish The entire student body was invited to

this function which was memorable one

The French Club renewed its


membership in the

Alliance Francais in Philadelphia and represented

Beaver in the drama activities of the Cultural

an affair the
Olympics sponsored annually by

University of Pennsylvania Grande Illusion

an outstanding French film of the past sas


year
brought to Beaver under the auspices of the French
Club There was small charge for the picture

and the proceeds were added to the Marion

Frank scholarship fund This fund is used to send

French major to France to study at the Sorbonne

during her junior year Dr Edith Wright is

the faculty adviser of the French Club

Membership in the German Club is not limited

to students studying German The club is


open to

anyone who is
seriously interested in the cultural

background of Germany Dr Metzenthin head of

the German department and club adviser lectured

on present day Germany at one of the monthly

meetings Christmas party was given for all club

members

This year for the first time in the history of the

Spanish Club all club were conducted in


meetings

Spanish The members have established this policy

in order to in and think


develop fluency speaking

ing in the Spanish language Mrs Ketchum the

new faculty adviser of the club has contributed

much to the members knowledge of Spain in her

discussions at the monthly meetings

The language clubs merged as an experimental

measure but they found that their success of this

year warrants continuance of this system Each


club maintains its own but all three clubs
identity

unite their efforts for common purpose

217
ALPHA TAIl MI

President Irene Corsner

Vice-President Martha Kravec

Recording Secretary Ruthane Capers

Corresponding Secretary Elsie Terhune

Treasurer Anne Psrker

Alpha Tau Mu is the commercial education club of

Beaver Its activities are varied including lectures discus

sions demonstrations and trips

Annually the club sponsors fall banquet for the initia

tion of new members and spring picnic to contact prospec

tive members This


year
the organization had booth at

May Day to raise money for scholarship for student in

the commercial department

The policy of keeping in touch with similar clubs in

other colleges has been continued this The clæb aims


year

to become chapter in national business education

fraternity

218
COMMERCIAL CLUB

President Muriel Hauptman

Vice-President Ruth Grayhill

Secretary Betty Rue

Treasurer Martha Kravec

The Commercial Club was formed in order to furnish

means of developing professional attitude toward business

organizations and systems to study the scientific and tech

nological advancement of our social order in its relation to

economic standards and to develop and maintain spirit

of friendliness and members


cooperation among its

The club is composed of juniors and seniors the


electing

commercial course and sophomores who have maintained

average in commercial subjects

This the club members took several trips to banks


year

mints and courts The activities of the Commercial Club

opened with banquet in the fall and closed with picnic

in the spring

219
SCIENCE

President Lois Esau

Vice-President Vera Mereschak

Secretary Doris Wolf

Treasurer Janet Landrine

The Science Club has been organized this


year

Heretofore there were two separate organizations

in the science department the Chcmistry Club and

Probe and Scalpel Because of the movement on

to decrease extracurricular these


campus activities

two clubs merged to form the present Science Club

Membership in the club is


open to students in

the chemistry biology and physics departments

The functions of the club consist of the combined

activities of the former clubs

The most important event presented is the hi

220
CLUR

ennial Science Open House which is


organized

under the guidance of the faculty members within

the departments The purpose of Science Open

House is to acquaint students and outsiders with

the type of work done in the science department

throughout the
year

The Science Club is continuing the Malin Memo

rial Rose Day which was first inaugurated three

years ago by the Chemistry Club in memory of

Dr Joseph MaIm former head of the education

department On this day roses are sold and the

proceeds are added to the scholarship fund since

each year graduate scholarship is awarded to

the student who attains the highest scholastic aver

age in chemistry

Other activities of the club consist of regular

monthly meetings to which speakers are invited

the selling of before vacations and the


corsages

annual banquet at which new members are initiated

into the club

Under the able guidance of its advisors the

Science Club has progressed in its first of


year

existence The merging of the science clubs has

proved to be not only satisfactory step but

improvement since the present Science Club


great

more adequately meets the needs of the students in

the three science departments

221
EXERCISE IS TO THE BODY WHAT

READING IS TO THE MIND AS BY THE

ONE VIRTUE WHICH IS THE HEALTH

OF THE MIND IS KEPT


A\V
CHERISHED BY THE

ALTH IS PRESERVED

STRENGTHENED AND INVIGORATED

ADDISON
/cj
JSOOIC
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOAItD

Castle Graybill Kiehl Wieland

Nicholls Castle Houstoun Sharpless Newcomer

For an organization as complex as the Athletic will result which will enable the association to

Association it is one of the most efficiently man make many additions and improvements to the

in the All the af athletic facilities for the benefit of the students
aged organizations college

fairs of the association are conducted the of Beaver College


by
Athletic Association Board This has been transitional year for the Ath
The all varsity and intramural letic Association Formerly the Board
sponsors

play days for local high schools and consisted of twenty-seven students and five facul
sports

the annual posture week It also takes care of ty members board of such large numbers

the purchases and supplies for all athletic func proved to be inappropriate because of lack of

tions agreement among its members change was

According to tradition all awards of letters definitely in order so the board members altered

plaques banners numerals and cups are an the constitution to meet the needs of the associa

nounced at the Student Government Association tion

meetings The highest award given by the board This year the business of the is admin
is the Beaver Blazer The top three juniors of istered by an executive board of ten members

all the juniors who have amassed 800 points including the officers of the association and

for athletic participation and one senior are re managerial board of varsity and intramural

of blazers Each the association which sends two representatives to the


cipients year managers
holds banquet for the entire Board and main board Each board meets separately once

for all the students who have participated in month and is advised by two faculty members
either varsity or intramural sports
Miss Guenther and Mr Seifert

Hereafter the constitution of the Although difficulties have arisen because


will many
be included in the Handbook with the con of this new system the board feels that the re

of other Also of the of the associa


stitutions organizations permis organization management
been forward and
sion has granted by the college authorities tion has been step since progress

to retain of the balance in the treas efficiency have characterized all the endeavors
possession

at the end of the cumulative fund of the Athletic Association during this past year
ury year

224
EXECUTIVE BOARD

President Barbara Houstoun

General Manager Ann Castle

Secretary Virginia Sharpless

Treasurer Mary Wieland

Seniar Class Representative Margaret Nicholls

Jnniar Class Representative June Newcomer

Sophomore Class Representative Jean Stewart

Freshman Class Representative Betty Ann Kiehl

Managerial Board Representatives Ruth Graybill Jane Castle

MANAGERIAL BOARD

Chairman Ann Castle

Recording Secretary and Varsity Hockey Manager Ruth Graybill

Jane Castle
Advertising Manager

Publicity Manager Marie Houstoun

Social Chairman Katherine Wisse

Varsity Basketball Manager Rebecca Russell

Patricia Slotter
Varsity Golf Manager

Varsity Rifle Manager Edna Purvis

Varsity Tennis Manager Dorothy Reed

Intramural Archery Manager Betty Rue

Intramurol Badminton and Ping Pong Manager Betty Ann Abner

Intramural Baseball Manager Mary Putnam

Intramural Basketball Manager Ethel Cudlipp

Intramural Golf Manager Dorothy Robinson

Intramural Mildred Howell


Hockey Manager
Grota
Intramural Rifle Manager Dorothy

Intramural Swimming Manager Mildred Root

Intramural Tennis Manager Mae Robinson

Intramural Volleyball Manager Nancy White

BARBARA JANE HOUSTOUN


President

White Robinson hi Robinson Reed


Howell Slotter Rue
Cudlipp Castle Castle Graybill Root

Russell Houstoun Bell


Purvis

225
Coach Miss Louise Orr

Ruth Graybill
Manager

Assistant Managers Mae Robinson Dorothy Reed

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM

Wieland Frances Allen


Mary Captain
Elaine Alt
Jane Carlin
Jane Brister

Edna Cheyney Ann Castle

Jane Castle
Peagy Coughhn
Betsy Chapman
Virginia King June Corsnn

Peggy Crossnn
Margaret Nicholls
Mary Lou Elliott

Eleanor Price Dorothy Hill

Jean Hopkinson
Betty Anne Searle
Betty Ann Kiehl

Patricia Slotter June Newcomer

Phoebe Perry
Paige Weaver
Doris Reinhardt

Helen Williston Jean Stewart

FIRST TEAM SCHEDULE

Opp Beaver

Oct 11Moravian Home 10

Oct 20Temple Away

Oct 27Swarthmore Away

Nov 4Drexel Home

Nov 10Bryn Mawr Away

Nov 15Pennsylvania Home Cbeyney Alt Hopkinson

Newcomer Allen Weav


Nov 20Ursinus Away
er Price Williston
Nov 28William and Mary Home
Houstoun Coughlin Rein

bardt Nicholls Chapman


Corson Graybill
SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE
King K.iehl Hill Slotter
0riri Beaver
Castle Wieland Cas
Oct 20Temple Away tIe Perry Elliott Carlin

Oct 27Swarthmore Away Searle

Nov 4Drexel Home 10

Nov 15Pennsylvania Home

Nov 20Ursinus Away

Nov 29Phila Cricket Club Away

226
Coach Miss Jean Ball

Manager Rebecca Russell

Assistant Managers Mae Robinson Hedwig Kosakowska

FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM

Ann Castle
Dorothy Patten Captain
Jane Castle

Betsy Chapman
Jane Carlin
Mary Alice Cunningham
Muriel Eckstein

Dorothy Hill Elizabeth Griffin

Judith Harmatz
Barbara Houstoun Betty Ann Kiehl

Virginia King
Eleanor Price Ruth Koehler

Doris Lewis

Betty Anne Searle June Newcomer

Doris Reinhardt

Paige Weaver Patricia Slotter

Mary Wieland

helen Williston Josephine Wisse

FIRST TEAM SCHEDULE


Opp Beaver

Feb 7Drexel Away 22 24

Feb 15Ursinus Home 42 25

Feb 24Temple Home 39 25

Feb 28Pennsylvania Away 10 32

Mar 6Rider Away 16 48


Harmatz Eckstein Slotter
Mar 11Bryn Mawr Away 47 25
Cunningham Castle

Castle Newcomer Wieland

Koebler Lewis
SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE
Reinhardt Weaver
Opp Beaver
Price Hill Patten Car
Feb 7Drexel Away 21 19 lin Houstoun Wilhiston

Searle
Feb 15Ursinus Home 21

Feb 24Temple Home 16 24 Griffin Russell Wisse

Feb 28Pennsylvania Away 12 24

Mar 6Rider Away 10 27

Mar 11-Bryn Mawr Away 18 20

228
100

Coach Mr Linford Sehober

Manager Edna Purvis

VARSITY SQUAD

Helen Gumbs Captain Dorothy Sutton

Mary Berlin Virginia Sharpless

Dorothy Kistler Marian Martin

Ruth Brand Marietta Sander

Kathryn Williams Drucilla Mitchell

June Newcomer Jean Skoglund

SCHEDULE

opp Beaver

Saint Default
Josephs

University of Pennsylvania 481 500 495 500

Georgia 592 600 591 600

West Chester 459 500 497 500

Louisiana 486 500 496 500

of Kansas 493 500 494 500


University

Tech 496 500 494 500


Carnegie

Kansas State 493 500 495 500 Schober Thorp Berlin Dela

penha Lewis
472 500 494 500
Gettysburg

Kistler Skoglund Sutton


Drexel 495 500 494 500
Purvis Sharpless Sander

George Washington 496 500 500 500


Gumbs Williams Mar
University of Maryland 590 600 589 600 tin Newcomer

230
Coach Miss Marj ory Kinney

Manager Dorothy Reed

SINGLES SQUAD

Jacqueline Van Nostrand Betty Ann Kiehi

Louise Murphy
Captain

Phoebe Perry June Newcomer

Paige Weaver

DOUBLES SQUAD

Doris Lewis Judith Harmatz

Hill Eleanor Price


Dorothy

Anne Searle Mary Alice Cunningham


Betty

SCHEDULE

April 17Rider Away

April 24Rosemont Away

April 27University of Pennsylvania Away

3Swarthmore Home
May Newcomer Lewis

IIay 15Ursinus Home Weaver Harmatz Searle

Home Van Nostrand


May 22Temple
VARSITY SQUAD Coach Mrs Slotter

Patricia Slotter Captain Faculty Sponsor Mr Seifert

Ruth Bardach
Manager Patricia Slotter

Helen Scherneck

Barbara Houstoun

Jayne Dayton

Mary Toohey SCHEDULE


Jean Karras
April 24Beaver Faculty at Baederwood Country Club

Doris Lewis
May 3Philadelphia Cricket Club Juniors at St Martins

Country Club
Dorothy Robinson
May lllSwarthmore at Tully Country Club
Mary Wieland
May 17Merion Juniors at Merion Country Club
Judith Harmatz
May 24University of Pennsylvania at Llanerch Country
Joan Hinlein Club

Hinlein Scherneck Toohey Houstoun Karras Lewis Bardach Robinson Wieland Slotter

234
CHEERLEADERS

Van Dyke Alt Schwitters Kistler Takacs Williams Houstoun

Reinecke Parker Houstoun Snyder

Chairman Marie Houstoun

Secretary Helen Snyder

Squad Dorothy Houstoun

Anne Parker Anita Reinecke

Virginia Van Dyke Helen Williams

Melita Takacs Elaine Alt

Schwitters
Dorothy Kistler Anita

35
IOSTIJRE

LOtS ESAU

JACQUELINE VAN NOSTRAND

During one week of the Health Education Club in conjunc


every year
tion with the Athletic Association undertakes to make the entire student body

posture conscious
This
year
the drive was launched by series of lectures and demon
strations which attempted to impress the students the relation of
upon
to health and Skits and advertising
posture appearance songs posters

the enviable results of were planned and presented by the


good posture

committee in charge on each of the following days Jacqueline Van


Nostrand was General Chairman of Posture Week she was aided by

Betty Anne Searle and Betsy Chapman


The movement was climaxed by the selection of
posture queen
Candidates were chosen from each floor of every dormitory and from the

day students grand march of the contestants was held in the Jenkintown

Gymnasium Final honors went to Lois Esau junior day student Recog
nition of the
queen by the award of Beaver pin was followed by moving

pictures taken on the campus in which the dos and do nots of posture

were strikingly depicted

Emphasis on the benefits to be derived from good posture is sorely

needed It is the opinion of the students that the Health Education Club and

the Athletic Association is to be congratulated for devoting so much effort

to so worthwhile movement

236
PLAY DAY
Under the auspices of the ever active Athletic two
Association play

days were held on the Beaver for the benefit of the


campus neighboring

high schools Students from the Jenkintown Cheltenham and Lower

Merion High Schools were participants in the Hockey Play Day in the
early

fall The schools active in the Basketball Play Day this winter were the

Abington Jenkintown and Springfield High Schools At the close of each

Play Day the winning teams were awarded emblems by the members of the

Athletic Association and refreshments were served to all players

Play Days were introduced as measure to promote feeling of good

fellowship among the schools represented and to acquaint the high school

students with Beaver College Plans are in order for more of these get
togethers next year The Athletic Association intends to broaden the scope

of these play days by inviting more schools to take and by


part offering

greater variety of sports

237
This year the Athletic Association sponsored eight

intramural including archery badminton


sports

swimming and
baseball basketball hockey riflery

The aim of the association in regard


volleyball

to intramurals is to arouse the interest of the entire

student and to provide relaxation


body in sports

after the strenuous strain of classes

the soon after


Hockey was started early in fall

the of school Practices were held twice


opening
week and after the students were sufficiently

the between classes were played off


coached games
This the juniors emerged victorious
year

Two basketball tournaments were played

round robin inter-dorm and day students tourna

and an consolation tournament


ment inter-class

In the inter-dorm tournament the day students won


In the consolation tournament the freshmen won
the last two One
every game they played except

was with the and in the


game tied sophomores
contest the freshmen were defeated It was
play-off

unfortunate for the freshmen but the sophomores

were awarded the basketball plaque


50 participated in intra
Approximately girls

mural riflery Teams were organized in the rifle

classes and the matches were shot during class time

At the end of an season the seniors claimed


exciting

the victory

the volleyball season several practices


During
were held but no class tournaments were played
of students selected from all the classes
group

played in the Ninth Annual Womens Champion


ship at the Penn Athletic Club Beavers team

nine club teams Beaver got


competed against

the second round but was defeated in the


through

third

Archery is
relatively new sport on campus
During practices there was round robin tourna

ment for all participants In addition the archery

enthusiasts shot in the National Telegraphic Arch


Tournament The were shot here at
ery targets

Beaver and were wired the national


III 15
into
high scores It It
committee to be recorded

No class teams were organized in swimming and

badminton but instruction was given in each In

badminton singles and doubles matches were

Baseball was well under at the time


played way

238
LOG went had been
the to press hut no class teams

organized Twilight games on Wednesday evenings

after chapel have been planned


Intramural sports are open to every member of

the student body even though she is not proficient

in the sport Over 200 students in this


It participated

which afforded not only entertain


years program
ment and but also instruction Because
enjoyment
of the success of this years intramural program
the Athletic Association an even more inclu
plans

sive for next


program year

239
THOUGH VARYING WISHES HOPES

AND FEARS

FEVERD THE PROGRESS OF THESE

YEARS

YET NOW DAYS WEEKS AND ONTHS

BUT SEEM

THE RECOLLECTION OF DREAM

SCOTT
The Beaver Mirror represents an effort on the

part of the senior class to reward those girls who


have unstintingly given of their time and talents

for the benefit of the whole college

The students chosen were not judged according

to the importance of the positions held but rather

because they had contributed the most to the col

lege Their interests and activities have been wide


and varied in their They have each given
scope.
what they could to make Beaver better place in

which to learn and live

242
cA/za l1a9uELLE cLaJInyELi

them but not of them in


shroud/
were not their thoughts

Byron
LEaflo an aJin
Good sense which is the
only gift

Heaven
And though no science fairly worth

seven
In thy face see

The of honour truth and


map loyalty

Shakespeare
9owLIga oLazd
Their cause pleadplead it with heart
and mind

fellow-feeling makes one


kind
Y3aLaa lan /ouiLowz
But am constant as the Northern Star

Of whose true-fixd and resting quality

There is no fellow in the firmament

Shakespeare
ooLIj 7aLLEn

Age cannot wither her nor custom stale

Her infinite variety

Shakespeare
LESLE LiaLgLJ
He has carried
every point who has

mingled the useful with the agreeable

Horace
JIoda EL.ano 7LmanJy
speak truth not so much as would
but as much as dare and dare

the more as grow older


cVancy Joais q/J19
Born for success he seemed

With grace to win with heart to hold

Tith
shining eyes that took all gifts

Emerson
LlzaLtI liLLia1n5

His high-erected thoughts lookd down upon

The smiling valley of his fruitful heart

Daniel Webster
i12d
q212 Cj/
i1LLcjL/
i\OVEMBER
All for tl sake of sience Our
Chips at home fine romance
At the Trustees
reception Eddie and Paul
In dark dark corner
Dress
rehearsal Beaver firing squad All
dressed up for dinner 10 Faculty conference
11 Day tudeiits parking 12 Mrs
Robnett shies from the camera 13 Dear
Dad please send money Ii Even the
Mothers Association moet in the Fountain
15 The first acation
DECEM BER
Dance
Press conference Day Studcnt
Mad artist at oik .l.Anollier mad
rceeie her just
artist The posture queer
Position is eerthing in life
rewaTds
Senior-Faculty breakfast
Dixie
laily routine 10
Sophomore Hop
111 Shift to
Hello Miss Brosius speaking
13 think t1i
first 12 Student retital

Beaver Hall
one looks like ShakespeaitT
Christmas Party
15 Going Home
tO
ci
JA\URY
January being dull month because of exams
have dedicated these two to the Faculty
we pages
Frolic at which time our usually dignified and

reserved faculty cut loose Mr Silsbee takes

care of the financial end Truck on down


thestudent teacher Will
Heckling

we be responsible for that on the exam


rhythm Three
Tap dance in stooges

and Antony Ia Synge or Dublin


Cleopatra
Same thing In \oel
for Shakespeare
Coward There is no death Ha Ha Ha
Ha Ha Ha 10 Our Ziegfeld Follies Girl

11 Gilbert and Sullivan finale 12 Mr \Vvte

looks aside when tlie clinch


tactfully
40
IN AIPItECIATION

Too often staffs feel that alone are responsible for the suc
they

of their The staff of the 1940 BEAVER LOG wishes


cess yearbooks

to acknowledge the services of the following individuals who have

been invaluable in the production of this book

Dr Carrington Tutwiler who represents


the staffs idea of

the advisor in that he offered his helpful advice


perfect faculty

only when it was most needed

The LoG staffs of the four for the foundations on


past years

which we built the present BEAVER LOG


Mr Orville Stambaugh of Campus Publishing Company who

serviced book and us advice which we have never


our gave expert

regretted accepting

Mr Austin Whitney of Lyon Armor Inc who struggled over

and who for the


all our production problems is largely iesponsihle

excellent printing job


Mr Cyril Saylor of Campus Publishing Company who is

for the unusual pages of the LoG and who helped us


responsible

without the
improve the book damaging budget

Mr Joseph Feldman Sr and Mr Joseph Feldman Jr of

Hollander and Feldman Studios who were always eager to execute

our plans and to whom we owe the excellent portraits groups

views and sub.dividers

The staff of the Beaver News for the space and cooperation we

have received for our publicity campaigns

The many Beaver students faculty and friends who have co

in possiblebuying books bringing us patrons


operated every way

us clubs and organizations and giving us


voting money through

advertising tips

274
OUR
ADVERTISERS

75
PATRONS AND PATItONESSES
Mr and Mrs James Patten
Rev and Mn
Howard Adar Mrs George Guerney
\Ir Mary
1-I

Mr and Mrs Gutrie Payne


Miss Adams
Lois
Mrs Rebecca Penn
Mr and Mrs .Aldrich Mr and Mrs Haesloop
Mr and Mrs Walter Hagedorn Mr.M.N Pike
Mr and Mrs Hyman Alkon
Rev and Mrs Edward Polevoy
Mrs Allen Mr Arthur Hampson
Mrs Matilda Harvey
Mr and Mrs John Price
Mrs Edna Allen
Mrs Jessie Hartzell Mr and Mrs Ronald Putnam
Mr and Mrs Lester Allen
Mr and Mrs John Radzerk
Mr and Mrs Nathan Allen Mr and Mrs Moses Hauptman
Mr and Mrs Hazuda Mr and Mrs Andrew Rauner
Mr and Mrs Warren Allen
Mr and Mrs William Hewitt Mr Reinhardt
Miss Lenore Allison
Mr and Mrs Hoffman Mrs Reynolds
Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson
Mr and Mrs John Hoffman Mr Millard Riley
Mr and Mrs Thomas Barlow
Major and Mrs Edward Holman Mr Mrs Fred Risley
and
Mrs Beckelman
Dr and Mrs Robbins
Mr and Mrs Irvin Behrman Mr Frank Hooper
Mr and Mrs William Hoos Sr Mr and Mrs Andrew Robinson
Mrs Sara Berlin
Root
Mr and Houck Mr and Mrs Herbert
Mr Edward Berman lIrs Austin

Mr and Mrs George Houstoun Mr and Mrs Max Rosoff


Mrs Rae Berman
Mr and Mrs Robert Howells Mr and Mrs Ii Ross
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Bernstein Russell
Mr and Mrs Edwin Hunter Rev and Mrs William
Mr and Mrs Charles Bidwell
Rumpf
Mr and Mrs Ernest Hurd Mr and Mrs George
Mr and Mrs Bleicher
lIr and Mrs Donald Jack Mr and Mrs Alfredo Ruz
Mr Bloch
Mr and Mrs Jackson Dr and Mrs William Ryland
Mr and Mrs Henry Bonomi Halliday

Mr and Mrs Jacobus Mr Benjamin Sack


Mrs Luella Boswell
Schenk
Mr Mrs Clayton
and
Mr and Mrs Frank BoyØ Mr and Mrs George Jaeger
Mr and Mrs Martin Schwartz
Mr and Mrs Louis Bregman Mrs Jainchill

Mr Mrs Harry
and King Mrs Ann Schwitters
Mr and Mrs Henry Broeland
and Mrs James Rev and Mrs Frank Scott
Miss Madeline Brosius Mr King
Rev and Mrs Raymon Kistler Dr and Mrs Harry Sellers
Dr and Mrs Russel Bryer
Mrs Loulu Seltzer
Mrs Irving Buchman Mr and Mrs Parker Kitchell
Mr and Mrs Douglas Klink Mr and Mrs Raymond Severe
Mr Burg
Sherman
Dr and Mrs Robert Koons Mrs Sarah
Mr and Mn. Edward Burr
Mr and Mrs Maxwell Kopf Dr and Mrs Sinclair
Mr and Mrs Calcagno
Dr and Mrs Koven Mr and Mrs Dave Singer
Mr and Mrs Canis

Mr and Mrs Nathan Kweit Mr and Mrs Christie Siotka


Rev and Mrs Stacey Capers
Mrs Anita Slotter
Mr and Mrs Robert Carlin Mr and Mrs Walker La Rowe
Mr and Mrs William Ledy Rev Frank Sneberger
Mr and Mrs Albert Carpenter
Mr and Mrs Harry Leigh Mr and Mrs Leigh Snyder
Mr and Mrs Charles Castle
Mr and Mrs Lester Dr and Mrs William Jay Snyder
Mr Joseph Chapman
Mrs Anna Levy Mr and Mrs Spears
Mr and Mrs Rohert Cheyney
Mrs Fanny Stern
Mr and Mrs Cilley Mr and Mrs Ben Lewis
and Mrs Samuel Lifton Mr and Mrs Benjamin Stewart
Dr Mary Clarke \lr

Mr and Mrs Edward Loeb Mr Percy Stewart


Mr Mrs
and Frank Class
Mr and Mrs William Lotz Mr Charles Stilson Jr
Mr and Mrs Cleaver
Mrs Robert Lowry Dr and Mrs William Sturgeon
Mr and Mrs Frank Corsner
Mr and Mrs Milton Ludlow Mr and Mrs Swinhart
Dr and Mrs Lee Corthell
Mr and Mrs Lum Mr Lester Taishoff
Mr and Mrs Samuel Cozine Jr
Mr and Mrs Irving Lunine Mr Morton Thallhimer
Rev and Mrs William Craig
Mrs Lillian MacNutt Mr and Mrs Harry Topping
Mr and Mrs Sanford Craven
Dr Leonard Jay Trilling
Mrs Rosetta Croxton Mr and Mrs Ernest Majer
Mrs Betty Trilling
Mrs George Danmann Mr and Mrs Arthur McLaren
Mr and Mrs Mand Mr and Mrs Albert Turner
Mr and Mrs Raymond Diament
Mr and Mrs Samuel Umansky
Mr and Mrs Magnus Manheim
Mr and Mrs Herbert Doerschuk
Mr and Mrs John Marks Mr and Mrs Wilbur Van Dyke
Mr and Mrs Raymond Dorland
Mrs Anna Vanderhoff
Mr Frank Duncan Mr and Mrs Norman Martin
Miss Belle Matheson Mr and Mrs Judson Vaughan
Miss Janet Durand
Mr Mrs Philip
and Mauer Mr Ezekiel Wade
Mr and Mrs Harry Erkstein
Mr and Mrs William Maxwell Mr and Mrs Wagnet
Mr and Mrs Foster Ensminger
Mr and Mrs George Wahl
and Mrs Chester Dr and Mrs John McCutcheon
Mr Fetterhoof
Rev and Mrs Robert Wallis
Mr Harry Field Mr and Mrs Arthnr McGinnes Wallace
Mrs Gertrude Mr and Mrs William
Mr Herbert Finkelstein McGlynn
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FRESHMAN CLASS Holz Ruth Muriel 251 8th St Jersey City


Hopcinson Jean 122 York Rd. Jenkintown Pa
Ahramson Marjorie 108 Oxford Ave Atlantic City 4th Pa
Houck Camille Ave. Hastings
5Acerno Adeline 420 85th Rd Woodhaven Hunter Norma 309 Rodman Ave Jenkintown Pa
Agnew Cathryn 314 Dauphin St Philadelphia Pa
Pa Inch Elizabeth 5308 Knox St Germantown Pa
Allen Aune 1621 16th St Philadelphia
Winifred 113 Greenwood Ave i1adison Irwin Ilda 18 Dean Ave. Trenton
Allen
Isenherg Celia .37 Colbourne Crescent Brookline Mass
Alper Elenore 383 Broadway Lawrence
Alt Elaine 1152-82 St Brooklyn
Jacobs Tanya 4631 Walnut St Philadelphia Pa
Armitage Patricia 376 Dorchester Rd Akron Ohio
Jainchill Muriel .750 Edgewood Ave New Haven Conn
Baker Barbara 101 Stewart St Amsterdam
Kennedy Alice Janet 211 Central Ave Hathoro Pa
Beckelman June.. 120 Wyoming Ave Orange
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Kessler Eliz Sylvester 02 ernon Rd Jenkintown
Bendig Marie 4013 Avenue Brooklyn Pa
Kiehl Betty Ann 551 Kathmere Rd.Brookline.Del.Co
Bentz Cortlandt St Waterloo Iowa
Florence i\I 303
Kirkpatrick Jeanne Main Summit Sts No Wales Pa
Berlin Mary Stratford Pa
Court Apts Lansdowne
Kitchell Vivian Butler
Bidwall Dorothy .40 Center St Windsor Locks Conn
Catherine Ruth Summit St New Milford Conn
Sun Md Koehler
Bfles Ruth Rising
Kratz Betty 1\Iarie Schuylkill Ave Norristown Pa
Bird Lillian 341 Forest St Arlington
Bloch Mary 655 Hawkins Ave Akron Ohio Lackritz Blossom.. .440 West End Ave New York
Books Betty Louise 909 Pasadena Av Fox Chase Phila Pa Langeluttig Harriet Maryland
Bornstein Joan 574 Delaware Ave. Akron Ohio Jennie 27 Pershing Ave Seymour Conn
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Bragg Etta 39 Madison Ave Mt Holly Ludlow Lorraine Hazel 112 Montrose St Newark
Bready Marion 2700 Easton Rd Willow Grove Pa
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17 St \Ianhattan Beach N.Y MacFarland Jane Eliz. .116 Cliveden Ave Glenside
Buchman Irene Girard

Buchman Ruth 170 Girard St Manhattan Beach N.Y McLaren Anne Louise Bedford Rd Katonah
McVey Evelyn Sprerher 110 Hewitt Rd Wyncote Pa
Phebe Towne St Vt
Carpenter Jane Montpelier Magner Cherry.. .23 Delaware Ave Pennington
Carson Blanche .616 Carpenter La Mt Airy Phila Pa Majer Dona Louise South 1703 Maple Spokane Wash
Casals Mildred Leon No Ponce Puerto Rico Manheim Shore Rd.GreenhavenMamaroneckN.Y
Chuhb Mary 7600 Woodlawn Ave Melrose Park Pa Marcus Gloria 122 Heather Rd Upper Darby Pa
Clayton Dorothy 51 Irving P1 Red Bank Martin Alice Blanche Trevose Pa
Cooper Janet 109 Orchard St Walden Mauer Eliz Corwith 42 Burtis Ave Rockville Centre
Corson June Sosquehanna Rd Ambler Pa Maxwell Irene M. .139 Liverpool Ave Egg Harbor
Martin Ave Bryn Mawr Pa Pgh Pa
Coughlin Margaret 804 Maxwell Mary Lois 1004 Biltmore Ave Dorinont
Coulter Peggy Jane 635 School St. Indiana Pa Maxwell 120 Cascade Rd Springfield Del Co. Pa
Cozine Ardala Maine St Cairo 315 Glenside Ave Glenside Pa
Meehl Betty
Crosson Margaret.. .618 Washington La Jenkintown Pa Meyer Ann 1014 Prospect Ave Melrose Park Pa
Cunningham Mary 1603 Second St Harrisburg Pa Miller Arlene Learned Pershing Rd Glens Falls

Danish Muriel Ruth 19012 102 Ave Hollis N.Y Miller Bettie Mae Hertzel St Warren Pa
New Millward \irginia Ruth Leckrone Pa
Deligtisch Lola .211 Central Park West York
Pa Mittau Marilyn Ruth 85 Boylston St Brockton Mass
Dembow Shirley 5217 Rexford Rd. Philadelphia
Pa Moeslein Marian Anne 3210 Marshall Rd Drexel Hill Pa
Diament Elizabeth 920 14th St Chester
Morris Miriam 5849 Hope St Philadelphia Pa
Dietrich Heimtraut 1239 Kaighn Ave Camden
Muller Doris 10 Kiana Trail Emerson Hill
Doerschuk Anne 48 Henderson Ave Badin
Drexler lIary Claire 149 Hunter vc Trenton Murphy Kathleen 8538 Tulpehocken Av Elkins Pk Pa
Murphy Louise 7105 Sellers Ave Lipper Darhy Pa
Eckroat Kathleen 411 Walnut StJenkintown Pa
Elliott Mary Louisa Kennet Square Pa Nester Grace Jean New Ringgold Pa
Engel Marilyn 85 Brockton Ave Haverhill 1Iass

Pa OConnor Kathaleen 72 Wash Ave Washington


Ermentrout Christine Southampton
Osborne Yiola Brookville Pa
Fenby Caroline Maryland Osland Helena Morrisville

Fetterhoof Helen.701 Warm Springs Ave Huntingdon Pa Ostrander Anne Radcliffe Ave Roslyn Pa
Fillman Louise Olga .700 Lincoln Ave Willow Grove Pa
Pearl Evelyn 4549 11th St Philadelphia Pa
Forman Jane DuBois 16 Main St Freehold
New Haven Conn Perry Phoebe 537 Biltmore Ave Asheville
Frankel Sylvia Janet .394 Yale Ave
Petzke Dorothy 453 Thurston St Elmira
Gerber Muriel 1420 Madison St.N Washington Pike Virginia 66 Stewart Ave Lansdowne Pa
Gilchrist Elizabeth 282 St Doylestown
Logan Pa Catherine 2109 28th St Philadelphia Pa
Polevoy
Golden Irene Betty 75 Ave Brooklyn N.Y
Ocean Pyle Virginia 310 Wellington Rd Jenkintown Pa
Greenwood Marjorie 932 Olney Ave Philadelphia Pa
91 Ave Rabinowtz Lillian. .1011 Upsal St Philadelphia Pa
Greig Edith May 9618 Woodhaven
38 Linden Ave Aldan Pa Rauner Susan Fort Montgomery
Grindrod Jean
100 Dixon St Bridgeport Conn Richardson Ann 216 Hillside Ave Jenkintown Pa
Griswold Judith

Elizabeth Will-Rose Farm Lahaska Bucks Co Pa Riley Mignon 202 Clinton St Olean N.Y
Guthrie
Rosoff Patricia 96th St New York
Haesloop Marion 182 Sullivan P1 Brooklyn
Rowlands Helen 185 Main St Moosie Pa
Harmatz Judith 251 Montgomery St Brooklyn
5208 La Bethesda Md Sala Margarita 2501 Pickwick Rd. Baltimore Md
Harris Rosemary Edgemoor
Helen 6605 10th St Philadelphia Pa Scherneck Helen 5342 Oakland St Philadelphia Pa
Harvey
Hehlieh Constance 22 20th St Pottsville Pa Schmutzler Kath.Jenkintown Rd Tennis Av ArdsleyPa
Henson Naomi .4833 Germantown Ave Philadelphia Pa Schreck Mary 1944 Chestnut St Harrisburg Pa
Rosemarie Feasterville Pa Schwartz Sylvia 157 Irwin St Brooklyn
Hess
Joan 7918 Heather Rd Elkins Park Pa Schwinhart Mary 51 Price Ave Lansdowne Pa
Hinlein
Hoffman Florence 1\l 600 Ocean Ave Brooklyn Sgritta Gloria Onna .5700 Ogontz Ave Philadelphia Pa
Shirley Virginia .802 Colford Ave Collingswood
Deceased Siotka Helen Great Oak Rd Manhasset N.Y

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Slifka Claire 11 Weston P1 Lawrence N.Y Eckstein Peggy 27 Hudson P1 Weehawken
Smalley Hope Helene Maple Ave Gladstone N.J Ellsworth Priscilla Central Village Conn
Smashey Elizabeth M. .77 WoodlaHd Dr Bridgeton
Faust Dorothy Burnett .212 Knowlton
St Belvidere
Smith Betty Antram 35 Wingate Ave Buffalo
Snyder Mary Elizabeth .3557 21st St Philadelphia Pa Fell Ruth Annie Farm New Hope Pa
Bettswood

Spears Doris 290 West End Ave New York Ferens Ruth Verna St Woodeliff 233 35

Spielman Audrey C. .25 Eastern Field Pamela 172 Loomis St Burlington Vt


Parkway Brooklyn
Stanley 40 Brookline Blvd Brookline Del Co Pa Fieldstein Dorothy 51 2031 Tioga St Philadelphia Pa
Sterrett Marie 343 TennisAve North Hills Pa Finkeistein Selma 470 Waverly Av Newton Center Mass
Hampden Ave Narberth Pa Finnerty Bernardine Far
Stringfield Janet Mae.. .102 Hills
Fisher Betty 3923 Jenifer St Chevy Chase Wash
Taylor Alice 5032 Smedley St Philadelphia Pa Fox Jane Sweeton Southampton Pa
Thompson Marjorie 7211 Oak Ave Melrose Park Pa Frech Dorothea 356 Duval St Philadelphia Pa
Thorp Margaret 1117 Allengrove St Philadelphia Pa Frost Barbara 63 Montgomery St Rhineheck
Tingley Marcia .1507 Center St Nwqron Center Mass
Troutman Ruth 860 Helen Ave Lancaster Pa Gagliardi Loretta 215 Edgewood St Phila Pa
Trump Margaret 117 Susquehanna Rd Abington Pa Gilbert Dorothy Gladys .811 Edge Hill Rd Ardsley Pa
Gilbert Edith Barbara .20 Centre Ave Willow Grove Pa
Vanderhoff Grace.. .3318 Decatur Ave New York Kathryn .26 Longmeadow Mass
Gillett St Longmeadow
Gleed Eliz 91 Shuttle Meadow Av New Britain Conn
Wallis Adele 6630 Ogontz Ave Philadelphia Pa Ann
Goldstein Phyllis 19 80th St New York
Ward Regina Spink Arms Hotel Indianapolis md Goodhy Avis 302 Shadeland Ave Drexel Hill Pa
Watson Mary 223 Seventh St Easton Pa Gorisse 381 Ferndale Bhm Pk Morristown
Weaver 1355 Arbor Dale Rd Overbrook Manor Pa Gottesman Joy 360 Lawrence
Broadway
Weaver Paige 1111 16th St Harrisburg Pa Gottschalk Marjorie .115 Sharon Ave Collingdale Pa
Weber Thelma .5207 Haverford Ave Philadelphia Pa
Greenberg Madeline .26 Latham Park Philadelphia Pa
Westerfield Merle 145 Main St Bergenfield Griffin Elizabeth .6431 Oxford Ave Lawndale Phila Pa
Wilber Althea .23 Woodland Rd West Medlord Mass
Giotz Dorothy 1209 Lindale Ave. Drexel Hill Pa
Williams Helen 16 River Rd. Scarsdale
Guernsey Elizabeth Upland Rd Wellesley Mass
Willis Jean 1405 Sunset Ave. Wanamassa
Willis 112 Ardmore Av Highland Pk Up Darby Pa Haase Doris 330 Myrtle Ave Cheltenham Pa
Summit Ave
Willner Florence 50 Hackensack N.J Hartzell Virginia 26 Bent Rd Wyncote Pa
Winters Vivienne 513 Meadow
Ave Rahway Hazuda Margt 123 Railroad St Nesquehoning Pa
Wiseman Nancy Apts Freeport Pa
Seitz Hewitt Jane 173 Park Ave Watertown
Wolfe Margery 37 Riverside Dr New York Hirsch Catherine 31 Pine St Tamaqua Pa
Wolfman RenØe Arborway Jamaica Plain Mass Hodges Catherine 55 Colonial Ridge Dr Haddonfield
Woods Carol 788 Summer St Stamford Conn Hoffman Alma 65 De Ave
Peyster Tenafly
Hoffman Ethel 204 Java Ave Hershey Pa
Zelermyer Muriel 49 Rowena Rd Newton Center Mass
Hooper Jane 159 Park Ave Hamilton Square
Hoskin Muriel 8227 Cadwalader Rd Elkins Park Pa
Hoculak Jean 321 Shamokin St Shamokin Pa
SOPHOMORE CLASS Hunter Helen .1001 Ninth Ave Johnson City Tenn
Huntley Shockley Apt Hickman St. Rehoboth Bch. Del
Aldrich Marjorie 39 Mayhew Dr South Orange Hurd June Lewis Run Pa c/o MeKean Company
Allen Barbara 41 Ingram St Hamden Conn
Allen Clara 146 Tenafly Rd. N.J
Englewood Jack Donna R. Hamburgo 141 Apt Mexico Mex
Allen Frances 729 Haddon Ave N.J
Collingswood Johnson Wilma 11 Perdcaris P1 Trenton
Ashley Norma 61 Texel Dr Springfield Mass
King Dorothy Mae 34 Linden St Rochester
Atkinson Ruth 619 Cypress St Yeadon Pa
Axler Mildred 621 63rd St Philadelphia Pa Kistler Dorothy Jean 1423 Highland Ave Rochester
Klein Seliaa 773 Howard Ave Brooklyn
Baker Ella 10 Lynnwood Ave Glenside Pa Koons Constance 87 West Union St Shiekshinny Pa
Baldwin Nancy 26 Oneida P1 Forty.Fort Pa Kordes Evelyn Elizabeth .Grandview Dr Blae Point N.Y
Ball Anne 252 Hewett Rd Glenside Pa Koven Shirley Eileen .1355 President St Brooklyn
Bardach Ruth 44 Cedar Dr Great Neck Kranzley Helen Schlieher .211 Third St Greenville Pa
Behrman Helene 330 Oakland Ave Kweit Ruth 140-07 58 Rd Flushing
Bell Ruth Jane 1071 Pratt St Philadelphia Pa
Ledy Jean MeFerren.. .104 Ave Wyncote
Woodland Pa
Belsinger Elaine 558 State St Lancaster Pa
Boehm Audree 984
Levinsohn ma .115 Central West New York N.Y
Park
79 St Brooklyn
Boswell Barbara 500 Elm Ave Pa Lewis Doris 150 Crown St Brooklyn N.Y
Jenkintown
Lewis Frances Mae .104 Woodlawn Ave Beckley Va
BoyØ Winifred 140 Beekman Rd Summit
Lewis Lee .27 Cobane
Jewel Va Shirley Terrace West Orange
Bragg Alberta
Lieberman Mildred T. .4544 St Pa
Brand Ruth 301 Durham St Mt Airy Phila Pa 13th Philadelphia

Brennan Netta 511 Summit Ave Jenkintown Pa Loeb Sally Jane 334 Smedley St Philadelphia Pa
Lotz Grace 6746 Fifth St Pa
Brister Jane 124 Webster Ave Wyncote Pa Philadelphia

Bryce Betty Ann 416 Islington St Toledo Ohio


McClelland Joan 20 Commerce St Clinton Conn
Burg Barbara Kensington Park Lynn Mass
Meacham Romaine Elizabeth 12 Crescent Pk Warren Pa
Burnham Elinor 204-98 Forty-second Av Bayside
Monaco Pa
Viola 173 McKinley St Bristol

Calcagno Dorothy 163 Brixton Rd Garden City N.Y Morgan Marjorie Eliz. .6 Avon Rd New Rochelle

Camphell Flora 29 Moreland Ave Hatboro Pa Morris Dorothy .2330 Pine Tree Dr Miami Beach Fla

Campbell Helen Kangkei Korea


Morris Helene Drake Hotel Philadelphia Pa
Japan
Canis Jane 117 Park Lane Kew Gardens
Morrison Ellen Anne 156-09 33 Ave Flushing N.Y
Castle Jane 7445 Devon Rd Mt Airy Philadelphia Pa Nager Eleanore Frances .806 3rd St Brooklyn
Chapman Eliz Anne .135 West Ave Somerville
End
Cohen Gladys 1123 Langham Ave Camden N.J OMara Constance Columbia
11 Ave Trenton
Cunningham Helen Rixford Pa
Palmer Martha Stockbridge Mass
Donohue Mary-Claire.. .214 Wyncote Rd Jenkintown Pa Parker Arlene .Wylde Greene Terrace Kitchawan
Duncan Eleanor 201 Goodwood Gardens Balto Md Parker Kathryn 217 11th St Philadelphia Pa
Durbin Helen Jean.. .1425 Wyoming Ave Forty-Fort Pa Parker Ruth 303 Park Lane Trenton

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Penn Elaine 233 Forest Park Ave. Mass
Springfield Burr Geraldine 146 Glenwood Ave. Leonia Pa
Petersen Marjorie 866 Parkside Ave. Trenton Bush Irene Shamokin
25 St Shainokin Pa
Porter Jean 159 Lovell Rd New Rochelle
Prell Shirley 745 23 St Paterson Calverley Betty 24 Park Ave Oreland Pa
Price Francine .385 Arbuckle Ave Cedarhnrst Ceccarelli Lillian .549 Manheim St Gtn Phila Pa
Cleaver Shirley 527 Kenilworth Rd Merion Pa
Radzick Lillian 10 Mary St Ansonia Conn Cleeland St
Mary Blair 6125 McCallum Gtn Phila Pa
Reapsome Mae Pa Crawford
Betty Elliotsburg Margaret Garrison Ave Jersey City
Rnecke Anita 726 Center Ave River Edge N.J Cudlipp Ethel 129 Liberty St Ridgewood
Reinhardt Doris 727 Balsom Way Union
Risley Dorothy .2915 Connecticut Ave Washington Dayton Jayne 69 Dewey Ave Huntington
Rohbins Anna Primos Pa
Ave. Helen
147 Folcroft Dearden 1015 Hamilton Ave Trenton N.J
Robinson Annie May 301 Manoa Rd Manoa Pa DeGrange Jeanne .400 Runneymede Ave Jenkintown Pa
Root Mildred 345 Lincoln St Waterbury Conn Delapenha 99
Shirley Harrison Ave..\Iontclair
Rothhaupt Mary Winter Road Mahwah DiSandro Mary 600 Butler St Philadelplna Pa
Ryman Phyllis Whitehonse N.J Doernberg Margery 40 Morris Lane Scarsdale
Downing Elizabeth 616 Park Ave. Salisbury N.J
Sander Marietta 720 Nohle
St Norristown Pa
Saward Jean Sunny Farm Katonah
Hill Edwards Helen 339 Fullerton Av lip Montclair
Schmidt Josephine 302 Rodman Ave Jenkintown Pa Ensminger Winifred Littleton Rd iIorris Plains
Searle Betty Anne 236 Guilford Rd Lansdowne Pa Esau Lois 27 North Drive Eggertsville
Seidenman Shirley 4700 Connecticut Av Washington
Sellers Janice 555 27th St Paterson Fager Virginia Vine Prospect Ave. North Wales Pa
Seltzer Gladys 934 22nd St Brooklyn Field Mary Isahelle Main
320 St Hightstown
Shapiro Lillian 140 Pleasant St North Adams Mass Firor Mary Catherine Thormont i\Id
Sherman Phyllis 46 Powell St. Brookline Mass
Shipper Selma 949 Berkeley Ave Trenton Giles Doris Sorrel Myrtle Ave Del
Claymont
Singer Shirley Sally .745 Alton Rd Miami Beach Fla Gold Lillian 2106 Avenue Brooklyn
Skoog Martha Elenore Pa Box 185 Doylestown Greenway Kate Limestone Tenn
Sloane Margaret 51 ProspectMass Ave Newtonville Gretz Helen Jane .276 Highland Rd South Orange N.J
Smith Bernice Laura Oaks Wyncote Pa The Grotsky Eleanor 881 Boulevard Bayonne
Smith Muriel Alice.. 143 Township Line Jenkintown Pa
Somers Dorothy Louise 17 Maple Ave Derby Conn Harvey Virginia Edge35 Ilill Rd Roslyn Pa
Steeln1an Dorothy Kathryn .58 Cedar St Maplewood Hill Dorothy NI 72 Anderson Rd Bernardsvillc

Stein Geraldyne 515 West End Ave New York Holman Ida arson Long Institute New Bloomfield Pa
Stern Rose 230 West 76th Drive New York Flonstoun Dorothy 22 Sherman P1 Ridgewood
Stewart Shirley Norman Drive Greenhaven Rye Howell Mildred .138 Wildwood Ave East Lansdowne Pa
Rita Limekiln Pike Jarrettown Pa Howells 129 Middle Neck Rd. Great Neck
Suriano Kathryn
Swern Jeanne Roth 32 Richey Place Trenton N.J
Isacowitz Shirley 1367 President St Brooklyn
Isenberg Marie 3344 161 St Flushing
Takacs Eleanor 205 SomersetSt New Brunswick
Thalbimer Margaret 3202 Monument Av Richmond Va Jendryk Elizabeth .8317 Cadwalader Ave Elkins Pk Pa
Thomas Helen Nichols 810 High St Pottstown Pa Jones Gladys Oak Knoll Hollidaysburg Pa
Toohey Mary 43 Abbot St Andover Mass 419
Jones Mary Wallace Ave Covington Ky
Troupe Mary Telford Pa
Tuthill Hulda Twin Pa Kendall Anice 715 66th Ave Pa
Lakes Philadelphia
Tuvin Anita 22 Clover Dr Great Neck I. Kimble Helen Madge 55 Harrison Ave Erlton
Twigg Martha Hampstead Md Kleine Charlotte K. .158 Hortter St Philadelphia Pa
Klink Doris Lyle .5445 Maseher St. Philadelphia Pa
Van Dyke Konowitch Kathryn
irginia ootswood 625 Hughes St. Cape May
Vaughan Leonora Lafayette Koeakowska Hedwig .20 Church St. Pa
Coatesville
Von Gerichten Joanne Huntingdon Pa Kranzler Arlene Schlicher 211 Third St Greenville Pa
Valley
Kravec Martha 701 Grier Ave Elizabeth
Wade Chrystella 37 Francis St East Hartford Conn Krone Helen May 119 Strong Ave Pittsfield Mass
Ward Mary 5216 Dalafield Ave Riverdale
Weaver Anne Lampe Elizabeth .418 Stafford St Gtn Phila Pa
Witmer Pa
Wedeen Phyllis La Rowe Roberta Mary Northville
1307 Corroll St. Brooklyn
Weisert Jean Main St Helmetta I.evy Ethel 220 Central Ave Far Rockaway
Wenzel Bernice 260 Beach Rd Fairfield Conn Lifton Bernice Lillian 1133 79 St Brooklyn N.Y
Wheen Lippincott Mary A. .56 Oakland Ave Pa
Evelyn 8548 113 St Richmond Hill Doylestown
Williston Helen 180 Bloomfield Ave Hartford Conn Litwin Lilyan 22 Riverside Dr New York
Wisse Josephine 540 Lukens Martha 29 Davis St Woodbury
Main St Lodi
Worrall Jean Lunine Dorothy Inez 86th St New York
126 Webster Ave Wyncote Pa
Lutz Margaret Emma 314 Crescent Ave Leonia
Zost AndrØe 33.35 85th St Jackson Heights I.
McGlynn Gertrude 993 Sterling P1 Brooklyn
McKillip Mary Emily .510 Wayne St Hollidayshurg Pa
McLean Doris Corinne Somerton Pa
JUNIOR CLASS McMullin Elizabeth
Mary .1323 Locust St Norristown Pa
i\IacNutt Lillian Mary .6161 Webster St Philadelphia Pa
Abner Ann 57 Harbour
Allen
Betty
Helen
St Kingston Jamaica B.W.I Magargal Georgiana 332 Ashbourne Rd Elkins Pk Pa
95 Washington St East Orange Maron Anna Louise Martins Rd Hatfield Pa
Martin Marian Campbell Pa
Sadsburyville
Bender Helen 507 i\Iain St Lititz Pa Mcng Eleanor Weir Springhouse Pa
Bernstein Doris 356 Westwood Rd Woodmere Miller Elizabeth 4708 Warrington Ave Phila Pa
Helen
Bierlin .Tyson Ave Bradfield Rd Roslyn Pa Miller Janet Rea 127 Walnut St Jenkintown Pa
Bieroth Muriel 336A Danforth Ave Marie
Jersey City Miller 2526 Coral St Philadelphia Pa
Bornstein Geraldine .47th and Pine Sts Philadelphia Pa Mitchell Drucilla 301 Division St Salisbury Md
Bozarth Charlotte 710 Grant St Camden Moore Dorothy Overbrook Ct Philadelphia Pa
Brubaker Sara Penn
120 Ave Cleona Pa Morrison Janet 326 Jefferson Ave Pa
Cheltenham

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Naughright Ruth Claire .39 22 St East Orange Shoolman Lois Edith.. .75 Columbia St Brookline Mass
Newcnmer June Marie No LancasterPa Skoglund Jean Wood 615 West Ave Jenkintown Pa
Nichols Louise 701 Edge Hill Rd Ardsley Pa Slaff Anne 127 Clinton Ave Clinton
Nitsch Dorothy 4926 9th St Philadelphia Pa Smith Margaret 143 Township Line Jenkintown Pa
Sneherger Olga 407 Church St Jessup Pa
Parke Beryl 407 St West Chester Pa
Barnard Sniffen Doris Agnes .42 Christie St Ridgefield Pk
Patterson Margaret .511 Allegheny St Hollidaysburg Pa Snyder Helen 40 Roxbury P1 Glen Rock
Price Eleanor Bellmawr Mt Ephraim Somerset Lucille Morrison Court Methven Mass
Purvis Edna 427 Roberts Ave Glenside Pa Springer Alberta Elizabeth 44 23rd St Chester Pa
Putnam Mary 1200 Euclid Ave Syracuse Steinberg Jeanette Cedar St South Norwalk Conn
Stewart Evelyn Kingston
Querns Josephine 484 Walnut St Lickport Martha Main Conn
Strohmann Eleanor 166 St Haven
Pa Swan Phyllis May Chestertown
Rafferty Evelyn .7341 Limekiln Pike Philadelphia

Reed Dorothy 101 Stratford Ave Aldan Pa


Terhune Elsie Leab No Princeton
Beach Fla
Rees Gladys Pass.a.Grille
Thomas Eunice Eliz 528 Lindbergh Ave Stroudsburg Pa
Reingold Ruth .115 Central Park West New York
Thurin Joan Cornell 117 17th St Canton Ohio
Robinson Dorothy 8518 Aspen P1 Jamaica
Marilynn 117 17th St Canton Ohio
Thurin
Blossom End Ave New York N.Y
Rogers 60 East
N.J Topping Carolyn Spring Brook Rd Morristown
Rosen Shirley 176 Northfield Ave West Orange
Rosenbaum Harriet 639 Front St Plainfield Van Nostrand Jacqueline .316 Durham Rd Phila Pa
Ross Doris 533 Shenandoah St Portsmouth Va Van Vlandren Helen.. .614 Goffle Rd Hawthorne
Rue Elizabeth Park Ave Edgewater Park Vaughan Pauline 6323 Wister St Philadelphia Pa
Rumpf Eleanor 5305 Castor Rd Philadelphia Pa
Pa
Russell Rebecca 1135 Victoria Av New Kensington Pa Wallace Jean 941 Turqpike Beaver
Route Box 411 Saugerties N.Y Walton Doris 605 Florence Ave Jenkintown Pa
Ryder Carolyn
Weaver Virginia 310 Hickory Lane Haddonfield
Sack Elinor 1100 Park Ave New York Martha Dewart St Shamokin Pa
Weimer 200

Sage Nancy Red Rock Pa Werner Virginia 497 Alpine Terrace Ridgewood N.J
Samter Suzanne 415 Church Rd Elkins Park Pa White Anna 5th Ave Runnemede N.J
Sanderson Susan 534 Pine St Roselle Willoughby Lucia .111 Glen Ave Maplewood
Schenk Betty 1302 Park Ave Sault Ste Marie Mich Wolf Doris 116 Retford Ave. Cranford N.J
Schiffman Ruth 419 South Parkway Passaic Alda 1808 Roselyn St Philadelphia Pa
Wolff
Schornstheimer Janet .20 Coolidge Av White Plains
Woody Monica Ann 730 Osage Rd Mt Lebanon Pa
Schwarz Mary Ellen Main St Mendham
Schwitters Anita.. 19 McKinley Ave. Orange Zeitlin Sarah Yetta .1606 Susquehanna Ave Phila Pa
217 Mather Road Pa Zulick Barbara 201 Cypress Ave Jenkintown Pa
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we are trying to serve THE CEDAR CHEST

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Apparel for Men

414 York Road Jenkintown Pa


JENKINTOWN
BANK TRUST COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF

JENKINTOWN PENNSYLVANIA PAUL BANNON


MEMBER F.D.I.C
and SON

CALD WELL
ENGAGEMENT RINGS
offer new concepts of beauty

in designs recently developed

Caldwell diamonds are gems of greatest brilliancy and


rare color They are perfect in every detail the

finest stones obtainable

unusual
special

advantages
grouping
of quality
from $100

design
to $300

and
presents

price
fartntuatb
CALDWELL CO
Chestnut and Juniper Streets
jftutucr
JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS STATIONERS

Greenwood Avenue and York Road


COMPLIMENTS OF
JENKINTOWN PENNSYLVANIA
ROYLE MAID PRODUCTS
Ogontz 2442

KOEHLER FRETZ
THE MITY-NICE BAKERS
Phone 4626
25 5th St Lansdale Pa

285
Compliments of

Friend

286
SINCE 1840
WOOLWORTH
LUGGAGE THAT LASTS
IENKINTOWN PA

WE SUPPLY ALL SCHOOL NEEDS

MOITZ
FRENCH DRY CLEANERS

718 West Avenue Jenkintown Pa

OGONTZ 125

An Unusual Selection of Exclusive Fabrics

WIELER MARTIN
SILKS WOOLENS VELVETS AND
NOVELTIES DRAPERY FABRICS
100TH
Bell Phone LOMbard 4052-4053
Fourth
840ANNIVERSARY- 1940 747-749 Street Philadelphia
OPEN EVENINGS

JAMES BELL
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
STORAGE WASHING

LEATHER GOODS SPECIALIZING IN BUICKS


107 West Avenue Jenkintown Pa
1028 CHESTNUT STREET
PHII.ADELPHIA FORMERLY COLLEGE GARAGE
Ogontz 1350Day and Night

THE CAMPUS
ICeswick Theatre
opposite
UNITED STATES TIRES
SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SERVICE

BREYERS ICE CREAM


EXIDE BATTERIES
ERNEST HATCH

FOR GOOD COAL FUEL OIL


KOPPERS
Phone ALL
COKE
8400
SYDNEY OWENS
Deliveries to All Sections of Philadelphia and Suburbs

GEO NEWTON COAL CO Easton Road and Toxony Ave


AND SUBSIDIARYNEWTON SUPPLY CO
Theres Newton Yard In Your Neighborhood GLENSIDE PA

SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE

HORSES BOARDED AND SCHOOLED SOCONY VACUUM PRODUCTS

SHARPLESS AUTOMOBILE NECESSITIES

RIDING STABLES WASHING POLISHING

Washington Lane and Meadowbrook Road


Delivery Service Both Campuses
ABINGTON PA Call to

SPECIAL CLASSES FOR BEAVER COLLEGE PHONE OGONTZ 4242

Residence Phone Office Phone

Bethayres 288
Ogontz 191.J

287
PLACES TO DINE
Compliments of

MIDWAY RESTAURANT Old York Road Jenldntown Pa

BOOKBINDERS SEAFOOD HOUSE Inc Operated and supervised by members of the original BOOKBINDER
the best seafood steaks chops and
family serving doily Sunday 215 South Fifteenth St

TURIN GROTTO ITALIAN RESTAURANTS Full course chicken dinner 50c Platters 30c up Table dHote
la carte 1221 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa Our other branch 13 13th street

CHILDS 1425 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa


DINNERS 45c up

RUSSIAN INN 1233 Locust Street Philadelphia Luncheon Cocktail Hour Dinner Theatre Supper
delightful atmosphere tar visiting artists VISIT BAR RUSSE PSYCHIC READING

BLUE LANTERN TEA ROOIvI Luncheon 11 to 230 Tea to Dinner to

Kingsley 9387 211 Quince St. Philadelphia Pa Rear of Forrest

SHOYERS FAMOUS RESTAURANT Catering of all kinds Established 1874 Galfund Proprietor Both
Phones Market
Bell 8800.8801 Keystone Main 9737 412 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa

WALTERS RESTAURANT 221.23.25 Broad Street Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Chops Sea Food Chi
nese Food Luncheon Specials 35c Full Course Dinner 75c Home Made Rooms
Pastry Banq

DI LULLOS ITALIAN RESTAURANT THE HOME OF EXCELLENT FOOD AIR CONDITIONED


Phone WALnut 6296 North Eleventh St. Subway Entrance
Philadelphia 52 Chelten Ave

HUYLERS 1204 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa

CATHAY TEA GARDEN 1221 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pa

STAGE DOOR 202 South Quince Street Philadelphia Pa


Home Cooking at its best Next to Forrest Theatre Mrs Mario Villam

FRIEDS RESTAURANT INCORPORATED 5822-26 York Road Philadelphia Pa


SERVING ONLY THE BEST AT MODERATE PRICES Catering to Beaver College students especially

MELROSE RIDING ACADEMY ITS DIFFERENT BILL GUNNIS


RIDE DINE DANCE AT THE MELROSE Philadelphia Pa

CASA CONTI Glenside Pa

OLD MILL TEA HOUSE York Road and Horsham Pike


ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR $1.00 delightful spot for dinner

SHANGHAI GARDEN
RESTAURANT
Telephone WALnut 9993

Open 11A.M 3A.M


COMPLIMENTS OF from to

We serve original Chi


nese dishes exactly as

YORKWAY DINER in the most famous res


taurants in Canton
China

919-921 Race Street

Philadelphia Pa

288
PACKARD STUDEBAKER COMPLIMENTS OF

GLENSIDE PHARMACY
WALLER MOTORS INC
GLENSIDE PA
JENKINTOWN PA LEVINTOW

COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF

BUTLER BUICK GREENWOOD GARAGE

JENKINTOWN PA WYNCOTE PA

WINTERS STATIONERY
Decca Records
727 West Avenue Jenkintown Pa

COMPLIMENTS FRANKLIN CUT RATE

OF
STEINS TAILOR

FRIEND

GIFT CRAFT SHOP

GENTNER FLORIST

KARP CLEANERS
COMPLIMENTS

OF GLENSIDE BOOKSHOP

FRIEND SEA CHEST

COMPLIMENTS OF FRIEND

NICHOLSON SON
JEDDO-HIGHLAND LEHIGH COAL JENKINTOWN DELICATESSEN
Best Coal Mined

CORD WOOD KOPPERS COKE


CANNEL COAL FUEL OIL

Wyncote Pa. at Jenkintown Station COMPLIMENTS OF BENS


Ogontz 330C

GUNNS BAKERY COMPLIMENTS OF

Easton Road and Mount Carmel Avenue


KLEIN GOODMAN
ICE CREAM Cameras and Everything Photographic

GLENSIDE PA 18 South 10th Street Philadelphia Pa

89
OUR PORTRAITS LIVE FOREVER

Hollander Feldman

Photographers

1705 CHESTNUT STREET

PHILADELPHIA PA

Photographers for the 1940 Beaver Log

SPECIALIZING IN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ANNUALS


SIGNIFICANT
FACT too

to require much elaboration is the growth

Campus Publishing Company From seven to seventy

yearbooks in three years to make us the largest exclusive year


book publishers in the east

One way to explain it is to say that Campus in not an engraver

printer or any other type of processor but service organization

well acquainted with the ins and outs of yearbooks co.ordinating

all the phases of yearbook planning and processing Not being

processor we can cover the field more completely There is no

budget too small or too large in which we are not interested nor any

reproductive process that we cannot supply letterpress printing

engraving offset printing or gravure

Using these processes to the best advantage we now make available

five different means to good book In letterpress printing


MASTER-PRINT and FNGRAV-PRINT In offset printing

MASTERTONE and VELVETONE and in gravure REGENTVURE


All five from start to finish are handled the same
alike receiving

Perceptiplan servicing specialized handling of your yearbook

from the infant idea to delivery of fine finished edition

All five are Campus books through and through

These five differing in price only as they

differ in desired effect and budget limita

ossess in full those superiorities in

appearance economy and general effect

that have in three years made Campus


the leading service organization that it is

i5DOsPRUcEST.HiDELpHIAPA

lids is CanipUs 2i aster-print yearbook


ADVERTISING DIRECTORY

Page Page

277 Klein Goodman 289


Abbotts Dairies

Adams-Lessack Co 283 Koenigs Drug Store 283

Bains Leather Goods 287 Kohler Fritz 285

Bannon Paul 285 Melrose Riding Academy 288

281 Midway Restaurant 288


Beaver College

287 Moitz Cleaners 287


Bell James

Bens 289 Montgomery Inc 283

Blue Lantern 288 National Academic Cap Gown 277

Bookbinders 288 Newton Geo 287

Butler Buick 289 Nicholson Coal Co 289

Caldwell 285 Old Mill Tea House 288

Campus 287 Oswalds 285

Campus Publishing Co 291 Owens Sydney 287

Casa Conti 288 Parke 279

Cathay Tea Garden 288 Pilgrim Laundry 277

Cedar Chest 285 Presbyterian Book Store 277

Childs 288 Ronnies 283

Clad \Tictor 283 Royle Maid 285

Di Lullos 288 Russian Inn 288

Sheble Co 283 Sea Chest 289


Elkins

Farenwald 285 Shanghai Garden Restaurant 288

Fox Flowers 283 Sharpless Riding Stables 287

Franklin Cut Rate 289 Shoyers 288

Frieds Restaurant 288 Stage Door Restaurant 288

Garrett-Buchanan 286 Steins 287

Gentner Florist 289 Tew Flow 283

Gift Craft 289 Turin Grotto 288


Shop

Glenside Pharmacy 289 Van Horn Costumers 279

Glenside Book Shop 289 Venturi Produce 279

Greenwood Garage 289 Waller Motors 287

Gunns Bakery 289 Walters Restaurant 288

Hardwick-Magee Co 277 Warburton Hotel 277

Hollander-Feldman 290 Wells Geo 283

l-luylers 288 Wikler Martin 287

Jenkintown Delicatessen 289 Winters Stationery 289

Jenkintown Bank Trust Co 285 Woolworth 287

Karp Cleaners 289 Wyncote Pharmacy 279

Kind Sons 279

292
U14DEX

Page Page

237 Intramural Sports 238


Play Day

President 34 Junior Class 128


Acting

Administration Aides 38 Junior Prom Candids 134

292 Junior Prom Committee 133


Advertising Directory

Advertisers 275 Junto 211

Alma Mater Music 12 Lambda Delta Alpha 174

173 League of Evangelican Students 170


Alpha Kappa Alpha
Art 200 May Day Committee 158
Fellowship

Art Festival 190 May Queen and Attendants 204

Tau Mu 218 Newman Club 169


Alpha

Athletic Association Board 224 Nominating Committee 154

BEAVER LOG 180 Orchestra 196

Beaver Mirror 242 Patrons 276

Beaver News 184 Philomusan 197

Beaver Review 186 Pi Delta Epsilon 174

Beclex 201 Pi Delta Epsilon 172

Calendar of Memories 257 Contest 202


Play

Cheerleaders 235 Point Committee 162


208
Chi Epsilon Posture Week 236

Choir 197
President Elect 29

Classical Club 214


Press Bureau 188
10
College History
Psi Chi 175

Commercial Club 219


Psychology Club Psi Alpha 215
Contents
Science Club 220
Students Council 163
Day
Seniors 59
Student Dance 164
Day
Senior Week Committee 62
Dean of 36
College
Social Committee 161
Dean of Students 37
Sophomore Class 136
Dedication

Spanish Club 216


Council 160
Dormitory
Student Council 152
209
Epsilon Alpha
41 Student Directory 278
Faculty

Foreword Trustees 32

French Club 216 Basketball 228


Varsity

Freshman Class 142 Golf 234


Varsity

German Club 216 Varsity Hockey 226

Glee Club 192 Varsity Riflery 230

Handbook 183 Varsity Tennis 232

Health Education Club 212 Views 13

Home Economics Club 213 Whos Who in American Colleges

156 and Universities 177


Honor Council

210 Cabinet 166


International Relations

293
IN YEAIIBIJEJR

PRINTING
Master printers of distinctive annuals reflecting the good taste of discrim

inating clientele that knows and opprtciales the artistry of craftsmanship

EYON ARMOR INC PRINTERS


147 North Tenth Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania

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