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J The mi COLUMNS Melvina Hobson, EDITOR Millard B. English, BUSINESS MANAGER The mi COLUMNS PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENTS OF ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA DR, ANNIE DOVE DENMARK PRESIDENT " The 1942 Columns " is dedicated to Dr. Annie D. Den- mark, president of Anderson College. She is the living example of the ideals of womanhood that she has instilled in us. hier life is one of constant giving, and we humbly pay. respect to one of the greatest and most distinguished women of our day. FOREWORD . . . Before you glance into the pages of this book please con- sider for a moment the purposes for which it was printed. In this annual we have striven to present things as they are, and have tried to capture some of the spirit and life at An- derson College. If we have succeeded we are gratefully happy over a job well-done; if we have failed we can console ourselves with the thought that even the best of photographers and writers can never hope to catch fully in print or picture the splendid spirit of Christian fellowship and cooperation that prevails at Anderson College. If you will accept this book for what it intends to convey and nothing more, please turn as you will. May you receive as much pleasure from it as we have in presenting it to you. It is tradition that the Sophomore Class and the Town Club leave a gift to the college. This year they have chosen to leave the " Columns " with the hope that future classes will continue to have a yearbook. CONTENTS . . . Classes • Activities • Athletics ' }ti - - Jbdiif Vj, ' J -.. ■- 3 fi :fe3 MP5 " v v 1= ■ - ' -•■Iv V lift pP ibin w aL- -H - ■ K ' - ' " " " si BB m fi m More than a hundred oak trees 3row on the terraced campus. ' ' ' X ■ ' J . The thirty-two acres of beautifully rolling land on which the col- lege is situated lie in the heart of the best residential district of Anderson, and |ust at the edge of the city. ANDERSON CAMPUS Our PRESIDENT Our president is our friend, our leader, our adviser, and our teacher. She is never too busy to talk to us, to help and guide us. Everyone admires, respects, and loves our President. ADMINISTRATION ELIZABETH TRIBBLE Registrar KATHRYN COPELAND Dean of Faculty " GLADYS ELISABETH BEACH Dean of Women GRACE L. CRONKHITE Dean of Music BEACH TRIBBl-P CRONKHITE BEACH CLINKSCALES BOHRER COPELAND BOULWARE CORDLE BURRELL COWDRICK The FACULTY GLADYS ELISABETH BEACH Personal Adjustment MILDRED BASKIN CLINKSCALES Assistant in Secretarial Science MARGARET BOHRER Assistant in Secretarial Science MERRITT EDWARDS BOULWARE Art EVELYN BURRELL High School KATHRYN COPELAND Bible, English, and Journalism RACHEL CORDLE History and Social Science REGINA COOK COWDRICK English 10 CRONKHITE E. S. GIBSON CULVER P. W. GIBSON DOUGHERTV VON HASSELN The FACULTY GRACE LOUISE CRONKHITE Piano, Organ, Harmony, Music History, and Analysis KATHARINE CULVER Voice and Solfeggio, Director of Glee Club FRANCES DOUGHERTY Piano ELLA SCHIRMER GIBSON Supervisor of Laundry PAUL WOODING GIBSON Manager of Book Store WEBB VON HASSELN Modern Languages, Violin MARGARET EVANS Librarian MARGARET LINNEY Secretarial Science The FACULTY JAMES HARVEY MITCHELL Science CORNELIA MOORE Home Economics ROSA CATHERINE PASCHAL Latin and Mathematics MARIAN PAYNE Student Assistant in Secretarial Science GERTRUDE TULLAR PRATT Speech OLGA VALERIA PRUITT College Physician CARRIE SHARP SALLA Matron JEANNETTE SAMUELS Physical Education LILLIAN STROUD Accompanist, Piano, Public School Music and DOROTHY SULLIVAN Dramatic Art EDITHE CAROLYN THOMPSON English SUE TODD WALKER Dietitian ANNIE VANDIVER WATSON Matron and Nurse PASCHAL PAYNE PRATT WB PRUITT MITCHELL MOORE SALLA SAMUELS STROUD SULLIVAN THOMPSON WALKER WATSON 12 The CLASSES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS NANCY HOWELL, President MELVINA HOBSON, Vice-President MILDRED LEWIS, Secretary BETTE ROBERTSON, Treasurer ELEANOR MARTIN, Marshal JIMMY HENTZ, Mascot CORNE LIA MOORE, Sponsor 14 SOPHOMORES MELVIE ADAMS Saluda, S. C. ' ' y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; Executive Council, Sophomore Representative, ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42, Secre- tary, ' 42; The " Yodler, " ' 41, ' 42, Associate Editor, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Cheerleader, ' 42. MARTHA BADEMAS Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 41, ' 42; The " Yod- ler, " ' 41, ' 42, Business Staff, ' 42. LILA BARNETTE Greenwood, S. C. B. S. U., ' 41. ' 42, Sunday School Representative, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Basketball Captain. ' 42. KATHERINE BASKIN Anderson, S. C. Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; May Court, ' 42. FTANCES BOSTIC Pendleton, S. C. Executive Council, Vice-President, ' 42; Commercial Club. ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 42, Secretary-Treasurer, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41; Y. W. A . ' 41, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42. MARTHA BOyCE Williamston, S. C. Town Club. ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; " Miss Popularity, " ' 42; May Court, ' 41; The " Yodler. " ' 42, Business Staff, ' 42; The " Columns, " ' 42, Busi- ness Staff. BILLY BOYCE Williamston, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42, Honorary Mem- ber; Dramatic Club, ' 41. ' 42, Stage Manager, ' 42; Boys ' Club, ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42; Speech Club, ' 42. MARGARET BRACKEN Centr. s. c. W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; I. R. C, Associate Member, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41, ' 42; 4-H Club, ' 41, " 42; Commercial Club, ' 4i, ' 42. BADEMAS BASKIN M. BOYCE BRACKEN 15 SOPHOMORES MITYLENE BROWN Seneca. S. C. Lander. ' 41; Connnnefcial Club. ' 42. Social Chairman, ■42: Alpha Pi Epsilon. ■42; W. A. A., ' 42. MARTHA BURNETTE Richmond, Va. B. S. U.. ' 41, ' 42, 3rd Vice-President, ' 41, Vice- President, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 41. ' 42, Tumbling Man- ager. ' 42: Cosmopolitan Club, ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41. ' 42: Glee Club, ' 41. ' 42. KATIE CHAPMAN Wilmington. N. C. y. W. A., " 41, ' 42; B. T. U.. ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Cosmopolitan Club. ' 41, ' 42; Art Club, ' 41, ' 42. JEAN COLEMAN Chappells. S. C. B. T. U.. ' 41, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 41. ' 42, Publicity Chairman, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Executive Council, Secretary. ' 42. MALEMA COPELAND Batcsburg. S. C. B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer. ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41. ' 42. MARTHA DAVIS Williamston, S. C. Town Club, ' 41. ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 42; I. R. C. Associate Member, ' 42; The " Yod- ler. " Advertising Manager, 42; The " Columns. " Business Staff, ' 42. MARY DAVIS williamston. S. C. B. T. U., ' 41. ' 42. 3rd Vice-President, ' 42: Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; Executive Council, House President, ' 42; Sunday School, Vice-President, ' 42. RUTH DAVIS Pickens, S. C. B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Speech Club. ' 42. BROWN CHAPMAN COPELAND MARY DAVIS BURNETTE COLEMAN MARTHA DAVIS R. DAVIS 16 SOPHOMORES REBECCA DOBBINS Anderson, S. C. town Club, ' 41, ' 42; Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Hockey Manager, ' 42. ELSIE JANE DORSETT Rocky Mount, N, C. B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42, 2nd Vice-President, ' 41, President, ' 42; B. T. U,. ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41. ' 42; The " Vodler, " Society Editor, Advertising Staff, ' 41; -Class President, ' 41; W. A. A., ' 42. LEONA ELLISON Anderson, S. C. Phi Theta Kappa, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42, Secretary, ' 42; The " Yodlcr, " Circulation Manager, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41, ' 42. DOROTHY FELKEL Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; V . A, A., ' 42; The " Yodler, " Assistant Advertising Manager, ' 41; May Court, ' 41, ' 42. LILLIAN GARRETT Norris, S. C. B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Sunday School Secretaiy, ' 42. VIRGINIA GARRETT Six Mile, S. C. B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42. FLORA GREGORY Pauline, S. C. Commercial Club, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42; V. W. A., •42; B. T. U., ' 42. MARTHA GREGORY Pauline, S. C. 4-H Club, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., •41, ' 42. DOBBINS ELLISON L. GARRETT F. GREGORY DORSEn FELKEL V. GARRETT M. GREGORY 17 SOPHOMORES BLAIR GRIFFIN Andc S. C. Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42: Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; Boys Club, ' 41, ' 42; Speech Club, ' 42. LOUISE HAMMOND Central, S. C. I. R. C, Radio Director, ' 42; Glee Club, 41, ' 42; Motet Choir, ' 42; Executive Council, Fire Chief, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42; 4-H Club, ' 42. MAMIE HARRISON Greenville, S. C. W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42; B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42, 2nd Vice-President, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; Ex- ecutive Council, Sophomore Representative, ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 42; The " Columns, " Sports Editor, ' 42; W. A. A. Handbook, Associate Editor, ' 41. KATHERINE HEIDT HHardeeville, S. C. B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; 4-H Club, ' 42. GRIFFIN HARRISON HAMMOND HEIDT SAVANNAH HILLIARD Andc on, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42: Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A, ' 41, ' 42. MELVINA HOBSON Ande S. C. I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42; W, A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Archery Man- ager, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; Class Vice-President, ' 42; The " Columns, " Editor, ' 42; The " Yodler, " Cir- culation Manager, ' 41 ; Dramatic Club, ' 42. BENNIE HOLLIDAY Central, S. C. ■41, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., MARGARET HORNE Loris, S. C. Glee Club, ' 41; B. S. U., ' 41, Council, ' 42; I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42; Class Treasurer, ' 41; Commercial Club, ' 42; President Student Body, ' 42; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 42; Executive Council, Freshman Representative, ' 41. B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42. HILLIARD HOLLIDAy HOBSON HORNE HOWELL JONES JOHNS KEITH SOPHOMORES NANCy HOWELL Goldsbofo, N. C. Class Marshal, ' 41; Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; Cos- mopolitan Club, ' 41, ' 42; y. W. A„ ' 41, ' 42: Class President, ' 42; May Queen, ' 42; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 41. ' 42, MARTHA JOHNS Lodge, S. C. Glee Club, ' 41, ' 42, Business Manager. ' 42; Com- mercial Club, ' 41; W. A. A., 41. ' 42; Y. W. A.. ' 41, ' 42; B. T. U.. ' 41, ' 42, President. ' 42; B. S. U. Representative. ' 42. JOAN JONES Anderson, S. C. I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 41, ' 42, Secre- tary, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; B. S. U., ' 4[, ' 42, Town Representative, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41, ' 42. SUE KEITH Marietta, S. C. W. A. A., ' 42; B. T. U., ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa, Reporter, ' 42; B. S. U., ' 41. ' 42, Secretary, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41, ' 42. LAURA LEWIS Pickens, S. C. W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42 ' , Rins Tennis Manager, ' 4-2; B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42, Vice-President, ' 41 ; B. S. U., ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42. MILDRED LEWIS Clifton, S. C. y. W. A., ' 41; W. A. A,, ' 41, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41. ' 42; Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; Al- pha Pi Epsilon, ' 41, ' 42; The " yodler, " ' 42; Class Secretary, ' 42; Executive Council, House President, ' 42. REBECCA McCLAIN Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 4i. ' 42, Secretary, ' 41, President, ' 42; 4-hl Club, Social Chairman, ' 41 ; Commercial Club, ' 42, Secretary, ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 42, Class Cheer- leader. ' 42; The " Columns, " Associate Editor, ' 42; May Court, ' 41 , ' 42. ELEANOR MARTIN Sumte S. C. Glee Club, ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 41, ' 42; y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; College Chorus. ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 41, ' 42; B. S. U. Council, Music Director, ' 42; Class Marshal. ' 42; The " yodler, " Reporter, ' 42; May Court, ' 41 . L. LEWIS McCLAIN 19 p. MARTIN M. MASSEy M. E. MASSEy MIDGEH SARA MITCHELL Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42. ANN MORRIS Anderson, S. C. 4-H Club, ' 41, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 42: Dramatic Club, ' 42. MARTHA MURPHY Anderson. S. C. Town Club. ' 41, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 42. ELIZABETH PARROTT Pickens, S. C. Wesleyan College, ' 41: V. W. A., ' 42: Subscription Manager, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42. SOPHOMORES PEGGY MARTIN Pendleton, S. C. 4-H Club. ' 41, ' 42, President. ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42; I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42: Vice- President, ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 41, ' 42, Vice- President, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Bowling Man- ager, ' 42; The ' " odler, " ' 41, ' 42, Advertising Man- ager, ' 42: The " Columns, " Business Staff, ' 42; May Court, ' 41, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41. MARY MASSEY Pelz S. C. 4-H Club, ' 41. ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42; Town Club, ' 41 ' 42; Dramatic Club, 41, ' 42. MARY ELLEN MASSEY Anderson, S. C. I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42: Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., 42: Commercial Club, ' 42. KATHERINE MIDGETT Plymouth, N. C. W. C. U. N. C, ' 41; Glee Club, ' 42; Motet, ' 42; Sextet, ' 42; Quartet, ' 42; Commercial Club, ' 42; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42. MITCHELL MURPHy MORRIS PARROTT 20 SOPHOMORES MILDRED RAY Anderson, S. C. Erskine College, ' 41; Town Club, ' 42; W. A, A., 42; Commercial Club, ' 42. DENELLE RICE Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42; May Court, ' 41, ' 42, Maid of Honor, ' 42. BETTE ROBERTSON Augusta, Ky. Cosmopolitan Club, ' 41, ' 42, Vice-President, ' 41, President, ' 42; Glee Club, ' 41, ' 42; Motet Choir, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42,J ice-President, ' 42; Class Treasurer, ' 42. NORMA ROLLINS Grccnvdic, S. C. Glee Club, ' 41, ' 42; B. T. U., ' 41; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42: W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Tennis Man- ager. ' 42; Dramatic Club. ' 41, ' 42, Business Man- ager, ' 42; B. S. U., ' 42; The " Yodler, " Reporter, ' 42; I. R. C, Associate Member, ' 42. RAV ROBERTSON MARGARET SEGARS Oswego, S. C. Dramatic Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42, Mem- bership Chairman, ' 42; B. T. U.. ' 42; Executive Council. Treasurer, ' 42; I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42; Happiest Girl, ' 41. CAROLYN SKELTON Seneca, S. C. 4-H Club, ' 41; W. A. A.. ' 41, ' 42, Soccor Manager, ;42; B. T. U.. ' 41; y. W. A.. ' 41, ' 42; The " Columns, " Art and Photograph Editor, ' 42. HELEN STONE Lebanon, S. C. I. R. C. ' 41. ' 42, President. ' 42; 4-H Club. ' 41. ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 41, ' 42, President, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42; Dean ' s List. ' 41. ' 42. NELL THRASHER Anderson, S. C. Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; Commercial Club. ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 42. SEGARS STONE WINCHESTER WORTHINGTON WVNN SOPHOMORES CHRISTINE WINCHESTER Pickens. S. C. W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Y. W. A., ' 41, ' 42; B. T. U.. ' 41, ' 42; B. S. U., ' 42, Business Manager, ' 42. BYAR WORTHINGTON Dover. Ky. Dramatic Club. ' 41. ' 42, President, ' 42; Cosmopoli- tan Club. ' 41. ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41, ' 42; Business Manager, ' 42; 4-H Club, ' 41. ' 42; May Court, ' 41. MARY ALICE WYNN AncJe Dn, S. C. Dramatic Club, ' 41. ' 42. Vice-President, ' 42; Town Club, ' 41, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 41. ' 42; The " Yodler. " Editor. ' 42; I. R. C, ' 41, ' 42, Treasurer, ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 42; Dean ' s List, ' 41. ' 42; Commercial Club, ' 41, ' 42; May Court, ' 42. 22 CAMPUS SCENES Ain ' t she cute? Dig off, girls! Midnight snack Just before " hitting the hay " Just posing Time out A quiet Sunday afternoon hlomeward bound A beauty bath End of a perfect day 23 FAVORITES 24 m M wmmm FRESHMEN OFFICERS MARTHA JO LEWIS, President PAULINE NIXON, Vice-President FAY CHAMPION, Secretary JEAN TOMLINSON, Treasurer LOUISE GRIMSLEY, Marshal DOUGLAS BROWN, Mascot FRANCES DOUGHERTY, Sponsor 25 FRESHMAN CLASS SUZANNE ADAMS Monroe, N. C. DORIS ALEXANDER Anderson. S. C. LOUISE ALLEN Abbeville, S. C. KATHRYN ALLEY Westminster, S. C. ANN ANDERS Belton, S. C. MARJORIE ANDERSON MARGARET BALDWIN MARJORY BAIRD Spartanburg, S. C. Greenville, S. C. Springfield, Ohio ANNIE BARNES Lowndesville, S. C. CATHERINE BISHOP Chester, S. C. DORIS BOBO Anderson, S. C. LYNDA BOLT Anderson, S. C. GRATIA BOOTH Waterbury, Conn. NADINE BRAGDON Florence, S. C. HELEN BROCK Seneca, S. C. GRACE BROCKMAN NANCY BROUGHTON BOOTSIE BROWN ALBERTA BRUCE Greer, S. C. Stonev all, N. C. Seneca, S. C. Anderson, S. C. MARTHA BURGESS Anderson, S. C. 26 FRESHMAN CLASS KENNETH BURGESS ALBERTA CARSON EVELYN CASSIDY BETTY JUNE CATHCART FAY CHAMPION Belton, S, C. Iva, S. C, Winnsboro, S. C. Anderson, S. C. Bunnlevel, N. C. LYDIA CHEEK MILDRED COBB VIRGINIA COKER BARBARA J. COPELAND RUTH COVINGTON Iva. S. C. Westminster, S. C. Pclzer, S. C. Springfield. Mo. Bannberg, S. C. HANNAH L. DARGAN GLORIA DAWSEY BOBBIE DERRICK JULIA DURST ERA ENTREKIN Greenville. S. C. Aynor. S. C. Pelion, S. C. Johnston, S. C. Pickens, S. C. MILLARD B. ENGLISH LONNETTE ESTES DOROTHY FOUCHE VELMA FRIDDLE ORA ANN GLENN Anderson, S. C. Lancaster, S. C. Rock Hill, S. C. Dacusville, S. C. Anderson, S. C. 27 FRESHMAN CLASS EDYTHE GRAINGER Lofis. S. C. HELEN GRIFFIN Central. S. C. EMALINE GRIFFITH Williamston, S. C. EMMALINE GRIMES Anderson, S. C. LOUISE GRIMSLEY Florence, S. C. ALTHEA HARBIN HELEN HARRELL Sandy Springs. S. C. Greenville, S. C. MARY LOUIS HEGE Advance, N. C. ORA LAKE HENDERSON Anderson, S. C. IRIS HEWIN Aiken, S. C. DOROTHY HICKS MARTHA HOWARD PAULINE HOWLE Lake City. S. C. Spartanburg. S. C. Darlington, S. C. MARTHA ANN HUBBARD CAROLYN HUCKABY Seneca, S. C. Enorce, S. C. THERA HYDE Walhalla. S. C. ROBERT ISBELL Anderson. S. C. EDITH JONES Anderson, S. C. THERESA JOHNSTON Paris. Tenn. LOUISE KELLETT Pelzer, S. C. 28 FRESHMAN CLASS SADIE KEENEY Chesnee. S. C. MARY NEIL KING Anderson, S. C. FRANCES KLUGH Abbeville, S. C. ALICE LANIER Plum Branch, S. C. JESSIE LAWSON Florence, S. C. KATHRYN LAWSON Sandy Springs, S. C. MARY ELLA LESLIE Easley, S. C. MARTHA JO LEWIS Clifton, S. C. JANE LYBRAND Greenville. 5. C. MARGARET McELVEEN Anderson. S. C. EVELYN McKINNEY Taylors, S. C. KATHERINE McMAHAN Greenville, S. C. MARY MARETT Anderson, S. C. ELLEN MARTIN East Bend, N. C. KATHRYN MARTIN Williamston, S. C. REBECCA MERTZ Spartanburg, S. C. MARY NEWMAN Hendersonville, N. C. PAULINE NIXON Anderson, S. C. DORIS OPT Anderson, S. C. SUEDELL PERKINS Florence, S. C. 29 FRESHMAN CLASS MARTHA PALMER Anderson, S. C. MARY PALMER Anderson, S. C. ANN PERRY Monroe, Ga. OPAL PERRY Calhoun, S. C. ANITA PERUSSE Beverly, Mass. DORIS POOLE Greer, S. C. MURIEL POWER MAY HIGH RATTRAY GRACE RICHMOND FRANCES ROBERTS Walhalla, S. C. Vldalla, Ga. Jacbonville, Fla. Gallivants Ferry, S. C. RACHEL SMITH EFFIE LOU STEGALL SALINA SHEAROUSE JEANNE TOMLINSON LEONA VAUGHN Pelzer, S. C. Williamston. S. C. Myrtle Beach. S. C. Statcsville, N. C. Duncan. S. C. EDNA VIRGINIA WEBB LUCILLE WATKINS CAREY WINCHESTER Belton, S. C. Walhalla, S. C. Sunset, S. C. 30 • . t FORBES McLANE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT MARGUERITE FORBES, President MARJORIE SUDDRETH, Vice-President HARRIET PYATT, Secretary and Treasurer EVELYN BURRELL, Sponsor MARGUERITE FORBES Sumter, S. C. DUCHESS MARCUS Wildwood, Florida ALICE McLANE Sumter, S. C. HARRIET P YATT Greenville, S. C. MARJORIE SUDDRETH Kinston, N. C. 31 SMITH FOURTH YEAR MUSIC STUDENTS MARTHA MILFORD Calhoun Falls, 5, C. y. W. A., ' 39, ' 40. ' 41, ' 42, Music Leader, ' 39; B. T. U., ' 39, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42. Vice-President. ' 39. Pianist, ' 39. ' 40; May Court, ' 39; Glee Club. ' 39, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42; Sextette, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42; Motet, ' 40, ' 41. ' 42; Quartet, ' 42; W. A. A., ' 40, ' 41. ' 42; Pianist Morn- ins Watch, ' 41, ' 42; May Day Pianist, ' 40. MARY FERN PARRIS Greenville. S. C. Glee Club, ' 39, ' 40, ' 41. ' 42; Sextette. ' 39. ' 40. ' 41. ' 42; May Day Pianist. " 39, ' 41. ' 42; Student Gov- ernment Pianist, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42; Chapel Pianist. ' 41, ' 42; Motet, ' 41. ' 42; Quartet. ' 42; Patrick Sullivan Honor Music Scholarship, ' 39, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42. HELEN SMITH Inman, S. C. Executive Council. Freshman Representative, ' 39, President, ' 40; Glee Club. ' 39, ' 40, ' 41. ' 42; Motet, ' 40, ' 41, ' 42; Quartet, ' 42; Sextet. ' 40, ' 41. ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 39. ' 42: B. S. U.. Student Body Repre- sentative. ' 40; May Court, ' 40. ACTIVITIES SEGARS HORNE BOSTIC COLEMAN DAVIS LEWIS HAMMOND HARRISON ADAMS HOWLE GRIMSLEV STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS MARGARET HORNE, President MARGARET SEGARS, Treasurer FRANCES BOSTIC, Vice-President MARY DAVIS, House President, East JEAN COLEMAN, Secretary MILDRED LEWIS, House President, West LOUISE HAMMOND, Fire Chief Sophomore Class Representatives MAMIE HARRISON MELVIE ADAMS Freshman Class Representatives PAULINE HOWLE LOUISE GRIMSLEY 34 DORSETT -fiURNETTE HARRISON DAVIS KEITH LEWIS WINCHESTER LANIER MARTIN BARNETTE JOHNS ROLLINS SMITH HORNE CLINKSCALES BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS ELSIE JANE DORSETT, President MARTHA BURNETTE, First Vice-President MAMIE HARRISON, Second Vice-President MARY DAVIS, Third Vice-President SUE KEITH, Secretary LAURA LEWIS, Treasurer CHRISTINE WINCHESTER. Business Manager ALICE LANIER, Magazine Representative ELEANOR MARTIN, Music Director LILA BARNETTE, Sunday School Representative MARTHA JOHNS, Baptist Training Union Rep- resentative NORMA ROLLINS, Young Woman ' s Auxiliary Representative RACHEL SMITH, Reporter MARGARET HORNE, Student Government Representative MRS. MILDRED B. CLINKSCALES, Faculty Adviser The Baptist Student Union, serving as a link between the student and the church, includes all students who are members of any one of its unit organizations. It aims to enlist students in the church service, the Sunday school, the Baptist Training Union, and the Young Woman ' s Auxiliary. Members of other denominations participate in its varied activities. 35 The TOWN CLUB OFFICERS REBECCA McCLAIN, President PAULINE NIXON, Vice-President ROBERT ISBELL, Secretary KATHERINE BASKIN, Treasurer 36 The TOWN CLUB The Town Club, composed of all off-campus students, has been an important part of Anderson College for many years. It seeks to unify this large group of students and direct their cam- pus activities. 37 The COMME BOSTIC McCLAIN LINNEy GRIMSLEY LEWIS The Commercial Club, one of the leadins and also one of the largest clubs. Is composed of the students enrolled in the commercial department. The object of the monthly meetings is to promote the welfare of the students in this department, and to help the department itself. The officers for the year were Frances Bostic, President; Louise Grimsley, Vice- President; Rebecca McClain, Secretary; Mildred Lewis, Treasurer, and Miss Margaret Linney, Sponsor. 38 RCIAL CLUB Melvie Adams Suzanne ' Adancis Louise Allen Doris Alexander Ann Anders Marjone Anderson Margaret Arnold Marjory Baird Margaret Baldwin Katherine Basl in Doris Bobo Gratia Booth Frances Bostic Nadine Bragdon Grace Brockman Nancy Broughton Mitylene Brown Kenneth Burgess Martha Burgess Alberta Carson Evelyn Cassidy Betty June Cathcart Virginia Coker Mildred Cobb Bobbie Derrick Elsie Jane Dorsett Julia Durst Dorothy Fouche Velma Friddle Ora Ann Glenn Flora Gregory Blair Griffin Helen Griffin Emmaline Grimes Louise Grimsley Mary Florence hlall Althea hfarbin Helen Harrell Margaret Home Ins Hewin Savannah Hilliard Madalyn Hornsby Martha Howard Nancy Howell Pauline Howie Carolyn Huckaby Thera Hyde Helen Irvln Martha Johns Frances Johnson Edith Jones Louise Kellett Gladys Mae King Frances Klugh Jessie Lawson Kathryn Lawson Mildred Lewis Jane Lybrand Esther Mahaffey Ellen Martin Rebecca McClain Margaret McElveen Katherine McMahan Sara Lee McPhail Marian McSweeney Rebecca Mertz Katherine Midgett Nellie Moody Jacqueline Moore Harold Nance Pauline Nixon Dons Opt Martha Palmer Mary Palmer Nancy Payne Suedell Perkins Stewart Perry Anita Perusse Elaine Pettigrew Doris Poole M Uriel Power Doris Ramey May High Rattray Frances Roberts Grace Richmond Salina Shearouse Elizabeth Smith Effie Lou Stegall Elva Taylor Leona Vaughn Edna Webb Jacqueline Wilson Carey Winchester 39 ALPHA PI EPSILON MARGARET BOHRER MILDRED LEWIS NANCY HOWELL FRANCES BOSTIC MARGARET HORNE MITVLENE BROWN MARGARET LINNEY, Sponsor SIGMA CHAPTER OFFICERS MARGARET BOHRER President FRANCES BOSTIC ' . Secretary-Treasurer MILDRED LEWIS Historian Key represents intellectual endeavor Latin Scroll represents achievement Winged stylus represents speed and accuracy The Si3ma Chapter of Alpha Pi Epsilon, national honorary secretarial society, has for its purpose to foster and promote high standards of attainment in scholar- ship, and to keep alive the highest ideals in the field of secretarial science. 40 PH! THETA KAPPA The Beta PI Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Is composed of students in the scholastic upper ten per cent of the students enrolled in the collegiate depart- ment. In 1929 Phi Theta Kappa was made the National hlonorary Society for Junior Colleges by the American Association of Junior Colleges, and m 1932 the Anderson College chapter was granted a national charter. Meetings are held monthly to promote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fellowship among students of both sexes. Officers for the year were hJelen Stone, President; Peggy Martin, Vice- President; Joan Jones, Secretary; Leona Ellison, Treasurer, and Miss Kathryn Copeland, sponsor. In October, Mary Alice Wynn and Sue Keith were ad- mitted by invitation. Freshmen admitted at the close of first semester work: Millard English, hHannah Lou Dargan, Martha Jo Lewis, and Annie Barnes. Annie Barnes Martha Burnettc Leona Ellison Louise Hammond Mclvina Hobson Marsarct Hornc HONOR MEMBERS Joan Jones Martha Jo Lewis Mary Anne McCurry Pesgy Martin Mary Ellen Massey INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS HELEN STONE. President PEGGY MARTIN, Vice-President LEONA ELLISON, Secretary MARY ALICE WYNN, Treasurer RACHEL CORDLE, Faculty Adviser Marian Payne Margaret Scgars Rachel Smith Helen Stone Mary Alice Wynn ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Martha Bademas Lynda Bolt Margaret Bracken Lydia Cheek Martha Davis Millard English Kathcrinc Martin Norma Rollins 4-H CLUB OFFICERS PEGGY MARTIN, President JEAN COLEMAN. Vice-Pres ' dent MARTHA BADEMAS. Secretary MARTHA GREGORY, Treasurer HELEN STONE, Reporter CORNELIA MOORE. Sponsor 42 The COSMOPOLITAN CLUB The Cosmopolitan Club is a social club for students from states otiier tfian South Carolina. The officers for the year were Bette Bobertson, President; Ann Perry, Vice-President; Grace Richmond, Secretary; Katherine Midgett, Treasurer, and Lillian Stroud, Sponsor. 43 DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club is one of the most interesting and active clubs on the campus. In recent years the productions have included such outstanding plays as " Lilies of the Field, " " Stagedoor, " " What a Life, " " Little Women, " and " Ladies in Waiting. " One becomes a member of this organization upon invitation after proving his ability in some technical problem of stagecraft. OFFICERS BYAR WORTHINGTON President MARY ALICE WYNN Vice-President MELVIE ADAMS Secretary MALEMA COPELAND Treasurer NORMA ROLLINS Business Manaser JEAN COLEMAN Publicity Chairman BILLY BOYCE Stase Manager DOROTHY SULLIVAN Sponsor MEMBERS Suzanne Adams Barbara Jane Copcland Melvina Hobson Ellen Martin Martha Badcmas Ruth Covington Dorothy Hicks Pesgy Martin Margaret Bohrcr Gloria Dawscy Robert Hill Ann Morris Martha Burgess Blair Griffin Helen Irvin Martha Palmer Kenneth Burgess Louise Grlmsley Robert Isbell Mary Palmer Leiand Cannon Mamie Harrison Mary Ella Leslie Margaret Segars Lydia Cheek Ora Lake Henderson Mary Massey Mariorle Suddrcth Iris Hcwin Duchess Marcus 44 GLEE CLUB ANDERSON COLLEGE OFFICERS ELEANOR MARTIN President MARTHA JOHNS Business Manaser KATHERINE CULVER Director MEMBERS Louise Allen Marjorie Anderson Gratia Booth Bootsie Brown Alberta Bruce Martha Burnette Evelyn Burrell Ruth Covington Hannah Lou Dargan Helen Griffin Louise Hammcnd Mary Louis Hege Dorothy Hicks Madalyn Hornsby Martha Howard Pauline Howie Martha Johns Martha Jo Lewis Jane Lybrand Eleanor Martin Alice McLane Kathcrine McMahan Katherine Midgett Martha Mllford Cornelia Moore Martha Palmer Mary Palmer Mary Fern Parris Ann Perry Anita Perusse Harriet Pyatt Grace Richmond Bette Robertson Norma Rollins Helen Smith 45 m y I lit I ill A.:Jl Nancy, our beautiful May Queen, is lovable as well as lovely. Her pleasins personality has won her many friends. Nancy is president of the Sopho- more class. _ I I citLJiircl jr rc ' znc ' -i As president of the Student Government, Margaret presided over all meetings with dignity. Margaret is a true gentlewoman, tall and stately. icLviiui j- ch.soii " Mel, " the capable editor of the " Columns, " is liked by everyone, hler red hair is contradictive of her sweet disposition. Melvina is one of the sophomore attendants to the May Queen. iL ■ »-Ji 4 _ I litllllC - H-ilTcl. ' iCIl Mamie, a definite sportswoman, is president of the Woman ' s Athletic Association and sports editor of the " Columns. " Mamie, with her sunny disposi- tion, is welcomed everywhere. C I Ml ' line =,-ljCt.Scll l ' Elsie Jane is president of the Baptist Student Union. One of the most reliable girls, Elsie Jane holds this responsible position with ease. lliiZii .:=—l-Lii.c I i linn The usual " beautiful but dumb " cannot be ap- plied to Mary Alice. Mary Alice always heads the Dean ' s list and is one f the sophomore attendants to the May Queen. As editor of the " Yodler, " Mary Alice has proved herself capable and efficient. J . y The mi COLUMNS The yearbook staff has worked hard and in years to come, we hope you enjoy the yearbook half as much as we have enjoyed getting it together. HOBSON McCLAIN 48 J . . LITERARY STAFF MELVINA HOBSON Editor REBECCA McCLAIN Associate Editor PAULINE NIXON Assistant Editor LOUISE GRIMSLEY . .Literary Editor MAMIE HARRISON Sports Editor CAROLYN SKELTON Photosraph and Art Editor BUSINESS STAFF MILLIARD ENGLISH Business Manager ORA LAKE HENDERSON, Assistant Business Manager MARTHA DAVIS Advertising Manager MARTHA BURGESS, MARTHA BOYCE, NANCY ANDERSON, PEGGY MARTIN, MARTHA BADE- MAS Advertising Staff GRIMSLEy ENGLISH 49 The YODLER STAFF ft fl 1 i MARY ALICE WYNN Editor MELVIE ADAMS Associate Editor PEGGY MARTIN Advertising Manager MARTHA BADEMAS Assistant Advertising PAULINE NIXON, LOUISE GRIMSLEY, MARTHA DAVIS, MARTHA BURGESS, MARTHA BOYCE, Advertising Associates. LEONA ELLISON Circulation Manager ORA LAKE HENDERSON News Editor ROBERT ISBELL Sports Editor BARBARA JANE COPELAND Society Editor NORMA ROLLINS, RUFUS JOSEY, KATHRYN LAWSON, ELEANOR MARTIN, BETTY FAUST, NADINE BRAGDON, JESSIE LAWSON, IRIS HEWIN, THERESA JOHNSTON ...Reporters NANCY HOWELL, MILDRED LEWIS, GRACE RICHMOND Typists 50 ATHLETICS MEMBERS OF W. A. A. WOMAN ' S ATHLETIC " The purpose of the association shall be to provide opportunities for par- ticipation and leadership in recreational activities and to promote interest in recreation. " Even an athletic association has traditions! First comes Freshman Rally Week. The W. A. A. sponsors a treasure hunt, a swimming party, stunt night, and a big supper hike. During this week all the new students have the opportunity to become acquainted with the W. A. A. and its activities. Next comes the tennis tournament. Why not try out for a team? If you are not so good, the experience is what you need. Nothing is more fun than the annual Hallowe ' en Carnival. Then comes the hockey tournament, followed by the big hockey banquet. This is one of the biggest affairs of the year. Tumbling, ping-pong, shuffle board, and bowling are enjoyed during the cold weather. Swimming parties in the Clemson V . M. C. A. pool are also enjoyed. Then come all the spring sports and tournaments. The last and crowning event is May Day. 52 OFFICERS MAMIE HARRISON President BETTE ROBERTSON Vice-President NANCY HOWELL Secretary MARTHA GREGORY Treasurer BYAR WORTHINGTON Business Manager JEANNETTE SAMUELS Sponsor MAMIE HARRISON President ASSOCIATION TT OFFICERS AT THE OVEN 53 mttTti I J ' ' ' MSgj HOCKEY " During the whole of a dull, dark, and soundless day when the clouds hung oppres- sively low in the heavens, " the whistle blew a sharp re- sounding blast — it ' s time for hockey. You can get your daily exercise and have fun all at the same time. HOCKE TEAMS i. - i ' , ■o WELL ROUNDED THE SOPHOMO.ifcS ARE BEATEN BASKETBALL To help warm your spirits in winter, basketball comes with a " bang. " Shoot ' em high, shoot ' em low and each goal counts two if you make it. Competition runs very high between the classes. The play-off gives this basketball battle cry: " Get your feet off the floor and let ' s go-oooo! " ... all to the tune of a tin whistle and to the four-four time of a stop watch. THEV MAKE A BASKET 54 TENNIS Tennis is the one sport that can be continued when the classroom days are over. It will be interesting to note that you get credit twice in one school term, for we have singles in the fall and doubles in the spring. Our instructor is ready to help you at any time. ii a i ' MAMIE TELLS EM HOW SPORTS PROGRAM J THE BALL COMES THROUGH VOLLEVBALL " Come on, show some pep. ,1 " " hHelp it over! " " Set it up and let ' s go! " . . . ' cause it ' s volleyball season at A. C. and everybody ' s rarin ' to go. This sport is well liked because it requires more en- thusiasm than skill. So come on, girls, let ' s play. BUILDING PYRAMIDS 55 BICyCLES ARE IN AGAIN EVERVBODyS DOING IT PROMOTES HEALTH AND FUN HOPE ITS A BULL ' S EYE 56 4 ' . itti ' t - -mh ' fi f A HOME RUN WALKING IS FUN— THE WAV WE DO IT FOR OUR STUDENTS EVEN WE ARENT TOO OLD TO PLAV 57 [uliLlI - t ' liv y Our Beautiful and Stately May Queen is from Goldsboro, Nortfi Carolina ail (I 1 Maid of Honor, is tall and dark. She is from Anderson, Soutfi Carolina LADIES OF THE COURT: Jeane Tomiinson, Mary Louis Hege, Tfieresa Johnston, Gratia Booth. Dot FellceL May High Rattray, Marjory Baird, Melvina Hobson, Mary Alice Wynn, Katherine Baslcin, Peggy Martin, Rebecca McClain, Martha Badcmas, Nadinc Bragdon. Lydia Cheek, Barbara Jane Cope- land, Gladys Mae King, and Edith Jones, HERALDS: Grace Richmond and Helen Harrell. CROWN BEARER: Frank Salla Mitchell. TRAIN BEARER: Luta Bewley Sullivan. FLOWER GIRLS: Priscilla Dickson and Virginia Guest. 58 est LVL LLCS . . . INDIANS THE MOUNTAINEERS THE REEL PICKANINNIES THE COURT MAY POLE THE CLOWNS MISS SAMUELS THE MINUET 59 AFTER CLASSES Class Day • ' Ma " Co-cds have fun Resting Bubble bath Commuters Red-head Yum-Yum The snow ' most stuck Perfect form 60 ■rom KJur o. BUSINESS PATRONS J ANDERSON HARDWARE COMPANY 215-217 E. WHITNER STREET PHONE 253 PAINTS— FARM IMPLEMENTS— ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT- HOUSEHOLD GOODS COMPLIMENTS OF CRAIG ' S PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 114 Xorth Main I ' lioiie 522 PEE G EE PAINTS A Southern Made Paint for Southern Climate Sold by SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY ANDERSON, S. C. ServiiiK Tliis Section over 54 Years COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE HOME STORES McDOUGALD-BLECKLY MORTUARY North Main at Federal Street Lady Attendant Phone 378 COMPLIMENTS OF LAWRENCE BROWNLEE COLUMBIA NETWORK WAIM " South Carolina ' s Finest Radio S » ervice STUDIOS: ANDERSON COLLEGE CLEMSON COLLEGE 62 H " ' S . 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