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ANDERSON COLLEGE ' teAentJ- ALMA MATER Dear to our hearts is our Alma Mater, Loyal and true are we, Truest devotion till life is ended. Wholly we pledge to thee. Tho from thy halls far away we wander, Thoughts hack to thee will fly; And tender mem ries time cannot sever. Love that will never die. Heav n s choicest blessing ' s ever attend thee, Dear Alma Mater mine- No shadows harm thee, no fears alarm thee, Always the sunshine thine. And tho ' we leave thee, we ' ll never grieve thee, True to our trust we II be, Our best endeavor, now and forever, Always to honor thee. THE COLUMNS 1943 - ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, S. C. WILLIAM HUBBARD, Editor ROBERT ISBELL. Business Manager DEDICATION . . . MR. WEBB VON HASSELN I o Mr. Webb Von Hasseln, who has given his life in service to youth such as we, this book is dedicated. The understanding spirit which permeates his teaching- endears him to the hearts or all his pupils. FOREWORD As you glance at the contents of this annual, you will Find the things which the stall believes to he most emblematic of life here at Anderson College. The publication of this boot was a student undertaking and the staff congratulates the students on their interest and cooperation. We hope that future classes will not be satisfied in at- tainments shown here, but that they will each year strive toward higher achievements. m CONTENTS • CLASSES • ACTIVITIES • ATHLETICS Il is within these surroundings lli.il we of Anderson College carry on our activities from day to day. SCENES OF THE SCHOOL AND CAMPUS i " Wk ' Vfcv This pleasant environment fur- nishes an inviting atmosphere here on our campus. DR. ANNIE DOVE DENMARK Although burdened with many responsibilities pertaining to the college. Dr. Denmark is never too busy to share our problems with us. Her role in making lire at Anderson Col- lege what it is cannot be overestimated. Elizabeth Tribble Registrar Kathryn Copeland Dean of Faculty ADMINISTRATION Elsie Ragsdale Dean of Women Grace L. Cronkhite Dean of Music Clifford Jordan Brown Librarian Ethel Brown Physical Education Evelyn Burrell High School Estelle Burton A afron and Nurse m2 M C. J. Brown Bl. ' RRF-LL E. Brow Burton FACULTY Merritt Edwards Boulware Art Mildred Baskin Clinkscales Assistant in Secretarial Science Kathryn Copeland Bible. English, journalism Rachel Cordle History and Social Science BoLLU Mil Copeland Clinkscales Cordle 10 CoWDRICK CULYER Cronkhite E. S. Gibson FACULTY Paul Wooding Gibson Manager of Book Store Webb Von Hasseln Modern Language. Violin Margaret Linney Secretarial Science Claire Lucas English, Psychology, Latin Regina Cook Cowdrick English Crack Louise Cronkiiiti Piano, Organ. Harmony, Music History ana Analysis Katharine Culyer Voice and Solfeggio, Director of Glee Club Ella Schirmer Gibson Matron P. W. Gibson Linney Von Hasseln Lucas Mitchell Payne Sal la Moore Pratt C. M. Sullivan Parr is Pruitt D. Sullivan Paschal Racsdale Walker FACULTY James Harney Mitchell Science Cornelia Moore Home Economics Mary Fern Parris Accompanist. Piano, Public School Music Rosa Catherine Paschal Mathematics and Education Marian Payne Student Assistant in Secretarial Science Gertrude Tullar Pratt Speech Olga Valeria Pruitt College Physician Elsie Racsdale Personal Adjustment Carrie Sharp Salla Matron Coy M. Sullivan English Dorothy Sullivan Dramatic Art Sue Todd Walker Dietitian 12 a e 13 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ALICE LANIER President DOROTHY FOUCHE Vice-President HELEN HARRELL Secretary FAY CHAMPION Treasurer SARAH LOUISE BROWN Marshal NEWTON HARDIE. JR Mascot MARY FERN PARRIS Sponsor ( )ur Sponsor Ol r Mascot SOPHOMORES DORIS ALEXANDER Anderson. S. C. Commercial ( lul . 12. 13. Secretary, 43; Town ( luh. ' 12. ' 13; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 12. 13; Dean ' s List. ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A., ' 42, -13. NANCY ANDERSON Anderson. S. C. W. A. A.. ' 42, ' 43; Town Club. ' 42, ' 43; The YodUr, Advertising Staff. 12. Assistant Business Manager. 43; The Columns, Advertising Staff. 42. ' 43; Commercial Club, ' 43. MARJORY BA1RD Springfield. Ohio W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Archery Manager, ' 42; Cosmopolitan Club. ' 42; May Court. ' 42; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43; Social Committee, ' 42; Dramatic Club. ' 43; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; B. T. U„ ' 42. ' 43. Alexander Anderson Baird Baker JULIA BAKER Anderson. S. C. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. 12. IJ; I. R. C, 12 ' 43. President, 15, MARGARET ELIZABETH BALDWIN Simpsonville, S. C. W. A. A.. 42, 43. Treasurer. ' 43; Comniercial Club; ' 12; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Basketball Captain. ' 42. ANNIE BARNES Low NDESVILLE, S. C. I. R. C. ' 42, ' 43, Vice-President. ' 4 3; Phi Tlieta Kappa. ' 42. ' 43. Treasurer. ' 43; Town Club, ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A., ' 42, ' 43; Dean ' s List, ' 42. SUSAN CATHERINE BISHOP Chesi s. c. W. A. A., ' 42. ' 43, Hockey Manager, ' 43; Comniercial Club. 42. 43. President. 43; Executive Council. Fire Chief. ' 43; Glee Club. ' 43: Motet Choir. ' 43; Sextet. ' 43; Alpha Pi Epsilon. ' 43. DORIS BOBO Anderson, S. C. Town Club. 42, 43; Commercial Club, ' 42, 43; W. A. A., ' 42. ' 43. Baldwin- Barnes Bishop Bobo 15 SOPHOMORES HELEN BROCK Seneca, S. C. I R C. ' 13: B. S. U., ' 42, ' 43; First-Aid Detachment; W. A. A.. ' -12. ' -I3; Varsity Team, ' -12; Executive Council, House President. ' 43; 4-H Club, •12. 13. President, 43. GRACE M. BROCKMAN Greer. S. C. Commercial Club, ' 12. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42, ' -13. Mem- bership Chairman, ' 43: B. S. U.. ' 42. ' 43; Firsl Vice- President. 43; Executive Council. House President. 43; B. T. U., ' 42. ' 43. Secretary. ' 42. NANCY BROUGHTON Stonewall, N. C. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 13. SARAH LOUISE BROWN Seneca, S. C. Class Marshal. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; B. M. Id. Treasurer. ' 43: Glee Club, ' 42. ' 43; Motet Choir. ' 42. 43; Sextet. 42, 43; Cheerleader, 43; Dramatic Club. ' 43. WILLIAM KENNETH BURGESS Belton. S. C. Dramatic Club. ' 42, ' 43; Town Club, ' -XI, ' 43, Treas- urer, 43; Commercial Club, 42. BETTY JUNE CATHCART Anderson, S. C. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club, ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. ' 42. ' 43. FAY CHAMPION Wake Forest, N. C. Class Secretary ' , ' 42, Treasurer, 43; Executive Council. Secretary. 43; The YoJ er. Associate Editor. 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43: W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Glee Club. 13; Dra- matic Club. ' 43. LYDIA CHEEK IVA. S. C. Dramatic Club, 42. ' 43, President. ' 43; Executive Council. Vice-President. ' 43; B. S. U. Council. Re- porter and Magazine Representative, 43; W . A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Basketball Manaecr. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; B. T. U. ' 42. ' 43: I. R. C. ' 42. ' 43: May Court, ' 42; The Yod er, Reporter, I V Brock Brock man Brocgmton Brown Burgess Cathcart Champion Cheek SOPHOMORES MILDRED COBB Westminster, S. C. W. A. A.. ' 12. 13, B. T. U., ' 42, ' 13; Y. W. A., ' 42 ' 43: B. S. U. Council, Business Manager, ' 43. Cobb CofELAND Covington Dargan BARBARA JANE COPELAND Sprincfield, Missouri Executive Council. Sophomore Representative, I J ; Dramatic Club, ' 12. ' 43, Treasurer, ' 43; May Court, ' -12. RUTH COVINGTON Ba ' mberg, S. C. Glee Club. ' 12. 13; Dramatic Club. ' 42. ' 43. Vice- President, ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. Tumbling Manager, 13; Y. W. A., ' 42, ' 43; B. M. 10. President. ' 43; Cheer- leader. ' 43. HANNAH LOU DARGAN Greenville. S. C Glee Club. ' 42, ' 43; Motet Choir, ' 42. ' 43; Octet. ' 43; Sextet. ' 42; B. S. U. Council. ' 42. ' 43. Radio Chairman. ' 42. President. ' 43; Y. W. A. Program Chairman. ' 42; Phi Theta Kappa. ' 42. ' 43. Vice-President, ' 43; I. R. C, 13; Executive Council Pianist. GLORIA MOONYEENE DAWSEY Aynor. S. C B. S. U.. ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. Ring Tennis Man- ager. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; 4-H Club. ' 42. ' 43. Secretary. ' 43; Dramatic Club, ' 42, ' 43. Secretary. 43; First Aid Detachment. MARY ROBERTS DERRICK Pelion. S. C. Dean ' s List. ' -12; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; The Yodler. ' 43 Phi Theta Kappa. Secretary. 43; Dramatic Club. ' 43 Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43: Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43 I. R. C, ' 43. ERA BETH ENTREKIN Pickens. S. C. W. A. A., ' 42. ' 43. President. ' 43; Executive Council. Sophomore Representative, ' 43; B. S. U., Vice-President. 43; First-Aid Detachment; B. T U„ ' 42. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43. BETTY CAROLYN FAUST Chester. S. C. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; The Yodler, ' 42. ' 43; Dramatic Club. ' 43; Glee Club ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43. Dawsey Derrick Entrekin Faust 17 FOUCHE Gibson Glenn Graingi r SOPHOMORES DOROTHY ULELA FOUCHE Rock Hill, S. C. (lass Vice-President. (3; Commercial Club. 12. -13; B. T. U.. ' 42. ' -13. Second Vice-President. " 13; Y. W. A.. 12. 43: W. A. A., 12. ' -13. NELLIE GIBSON ToWNVILLE, S. C. W. A. A., ' 12. ' -13: Tow,, Club. ' 43: Y. VV. A.. ' 42. ORA ANN GLENN Anderson. S. C. W. A. A., ' 42, 13; Town Club. ' -12. ' -13; Commercial Club, ' 42, IJ. EDVTHE GRAINGER Loris. S. C. W. A. A., 12. -13; Glee Club. ' -13; Y. VV. A.. ' 42, -13; B. T. U., 12. ' 43. ANNA EMALINE GRIFFITH VV ILLIAMSTON, s. c. B. S. LI Council. -13; B. T. U.. ' -12. ' 13. Presidenl. ' -13; Y. W. A.. ' 12. ' 43; VV. A. A., ' 42. ' 43. HELEN PATRICIA HARRELL Gr EENVILLE, S. C. Class Secretary. ' 43; Dramatic Club, ' 43: Glee Club. 43; Commercial Club, 42, 43, Chairman Program Com- mittee. " 42. Vice-President. ' 43: W. A. A.. ' 42, ' 43. Tennis Manager, ' -13; Alpha Pi Epsifon, ' 41, 43, President. ' 43; Cheerleader. ' 43; B. T. U.. Vice-President. ' 43; May Court. ' 42: B. M. 10, Secretary. ' 43; The Columns. Sports Editor. ' 43; Y. W. A.. " 42, ' 43; First- Aid Detachment. ORA LAKE HENDERSON Anderson, S. C. The Yodler, ' 42. ' 43, News Editor. ' 42. Editor. ' 43; Dramatic Club. ' 12. ' 43; VV. A. A.. ' 12. ' 43; The Columns. Assistant Business Manager. ' 42; Town Club. ' 42. ' IS. DOROTHY VIRGINIA HICKS Lake City. S. C. Dramatic Club. ' 42, ' 13: IH Club. ' 42. ' 13: Cboir Director. ' 43: B. T. U.. Social Director. ' 13: Y. W. A.. Secretary, 13; Glee Club. ' 42. ' 43: VV. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. Softball Manager. ' 13: TV Yodler, Advertising Staff. ' 43; first Aid Detacbmcnt; Spcecb Club. ' 42. Griffith I Iarrell Henderson- Hicks SOPHOMORES ROBERT LEE HILL Anderson, S. C. Dramati. Club, 12, ' IS; Town Club, ' 12, ' 43. MARTHA ANN HUBBARD Seneca, S. C. B. T. U., 42, 43. Group Captain. -12, Social Chairman, ' 13: W, A. A,, ' 12. ' 13, CAROLYN WATSON HUCKABY F.NOREE. S. C. B. S. U. Council, ' 43: Commercial Club. 12. ' 43: B. T. U. ' 42. 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A., ' 12, ' 13; First- A id Detachment. ROBERT ISBELL Ande S. C. Town Club. ' 42. 43, Secretary. ' 41, President, ' 43; The Yodler, ' 42, ' 43. Sports Editor. ' 43; B. S. U. Council, Town Representative, 43; Dramatic Club. 42, 43, Stage Manager, 13; The Columns, Business Manager. ' 13. EDITH JONES Ande . s. c. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 13; Town Club. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43; May Court. ' 42. LOUISE CORNELIA KELLETT Pelzer. S. C. Executive Councif. Treasurer. 43; Commercial Club. 42, ' 43. Publicity Chairman. ' 43; Glee Club. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43. Social Chairman. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42, ' 43; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 13: B. T. U., ' 42. ' 43. MARY KNOWLES Yemassee. S. C. Glee Club. ' 43: W. A. A.. ' 42, ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 13; B. T. U. ' 42. ' 43. ALICE LANIER Salley. S. C. Class President. 13; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Cabinet Mem- ber. ' 42: W. A. A.. ' 12. ' 43; B. S. U.. ' 42. ' 43; B. T. U., ' 42. ' 43; The Columns. Associate Editor. ' 43; First- Aid Detachment. I . . Jones Kellett Knowles Lanier SOPHOMORES MARY ELLA LESLIE Easley. S. C. B T U.. ' 42. ' -43; W. A. A.. ' 42, 13. Soccer Manager. ' 43; Dramatic Club. 42. ' 43. EVELYN McKINNEY Taylors, S. C. W A A.. ' 42, ' 43, Secretary. ' 43: B. T. U. ' 42. ' 43; T ,e Yodler, ' 43; Glee Club. ' 43. HELEN MARTIN Anderson, S. C. Town Club. ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. KATHERINE MARTIN WlLLEAMSTON, S. C. W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. Badminton Manager. ' 43; I. R. C . ' 42 ' 43; Tlie Yodler, Circulation Manager. ' 43; Town Club. ' 12. ' 43. MARY ELIZABETH MARETT Anderson, S. C. I-H Club. ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. 12. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; First-Aid Detacbmcnt. DORRIS OPT Belton. S. C. W A A.. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43; Town Club, ' 42, ' 43, Minstrel. ' 43. MARTHA PALMER Anderson. S. C. Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43; Dramatic Club. ' 42; Glee Club. ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. ' 42. ' 43. MARY PALMER Anderson. S. C. Glee Club. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43: Dra- matic Club. ' 42: W. A. A., ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. ' 12. ' 43. I.I MM McKlNNEY II Martin K. Martin Marett Opt Martha Palmer Mary Palmer 20 Pearson Perry Pettigrew Ramsey SOPHOMORES LEON A VAUGHN PEARSON Duncan, S. C. Alpha Pi Epsilon, 42, ' 43, Secretary, 13; Commercial Club, ' 42, ' 43; VV, A. A., ' 42. ' 43. OPAL JEANETTE PERRY Calhoun. S. C. 4-H Club. ' 42, ' 43; W. A. A.. " 42, ' 43. Archery Champion. " 42; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; B. T. U.. ' 42. ' 43. Secretary, ' 42; Speech Club, ' 42; First-Aid Detachment. ELAINE PETTIGREW Starr, S. C. Town Club. ' 42, ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43. CATHERINE RAMSEY Inman. S. C. Askeville College. ' 42; W, A. A.. ' 43; I. R, C. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43. JIMMIE SHIRLEY Carnesville, Georgia G. S. C. W.. ' 42; W. A. A.. ' 43. INEZ SIMPSON Anderson. S. C. Town Club, ' 42. ' 43. MARSHALL SIMPSON Anderson. S. C. Town Club. 42. 43; Ministerial Student. RACHEL SMITH Pelzer. S. C. Executive Council. President. 43; B. S. U. Council. Student Government Representative. 43; Phi Tketa Kappa. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 42. ' 43; B. T. U.. ' 42. ' 43; I. R. C. ' 42. ' 43. EDNA WEBB Belton, S. C VV. A. A., ' 42. ' 43; Town Club. ' 42. ' 43; Commercial Club. ' 42. ' 43; First-Aid Detachment. Shirley I. Simpson M. Simpson Smith Webb JUST BETWEEN Sawing wood. 2. Look, girls! 3. Won t start. 4. Roommates. 5. What a set-up. 6. Nuts eating nuts. 7. Don ' t fall. 8. A swell dean. 9. Lucky guy 22 YOU AND ME m . 1. Army takes over. 2. Friendly chat. 3. Sharp-shooters. 4. B. M. 10. 5. Sixteen beauties. 6. Statue of " Lydia " . 7. Loafing. 8. " Blue Flame. " 9. East colonnade and Frances 23 m WQmT vl FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ANN DORSETT PrestJenf PEGGY GLENN Vice-PresiJenf SALLY CLINKSCALES Secretary BILL HUBBARD Treasurer ESTHER HUNT Marshal JEANNINE MclLWAIN Mascot MILDRED B. CLINKSCALES Sponsor Our Mascot Our Sponsor r m. ' ■ ■ n ' 1 SARA ANDERSON Anderson, S ' l)( i II II ARMOI l ' Washington, Ga. VIRGINIA ARNOLD Six Mii.i . S. C. EVI LYN AYERS Greenville. S. C, WILLIE BARNES LowNOLSVILLE, S. C. MARGUERITE BECK Bryson City. N. C. BECKY BECKHAM LoNGWOOD. FlA. IRENE BLACKWELL Inman. S. C. FRESHMEN ELIZABETH BRIDGEMAN Whitney, S. C. MARY LOIS BROOME Westminster, S. C. COLLEEN BROWN Anderson. S. C. MARY BROWN Westminster. S. C. ELIZABETH BRUCE Anderson. S. C. CAROLYN T. BUSBY Anderson. S. C. DORIS CARLTON Anderson. S. C. NANCY CHARLES Greenville. S. C. II AN CHASTAIN Liberty. S. C. COLLEEN CHILDRESS Liberty. S. C. SALLY CLINKSCALES LoWNDESVILLE. S. C. BETH COBB Westminster. S. C. MILDRED COKER WlLLIAMSTON. S. C. JULIA ELIZABETH COLEMAN Saluda, S. C LAURA DICKSON Anderson, S. C. ELBA DODSON Arlington, Va. FRESHMEN ANN DORSETT Rocky Mount, S. C. LILLIE RAE EARLE Anderson. S. C. MARIE ELLISON WlLLIAMSTON. S. C. MA RY LEE ELLISON Anderson. S. C. RLTH ELROD Anderson, S. C. ESTHER EVANS Anderson, S. C. EVELYN JORDAN EVATTE Anderson. S. C. I MMA II E I ELK1 I Anderson, S. C. 26 MILDRED FEW Greer, S. C. MARGARET EREEMAN Greenwood. S. C. VIVIAN FREEMAN Anderson, S. C. NELDA FRICK Pelzer, S. C. ALTA GARRETT Six Mile, S. C. MILDRED GEDDINCS Anderson. S. C. PAT GILMER Anderson. S. C. MARTHA GLENN Anderson. S. C. FRESHMEN PEGGY GLENN Anderson. S. C. MARTHA GRIFFIN Anderson. S. C. MARGARET GRIFFITH WlLLlAMSTON. S. C. CAROLINE HALL Ware Shoals. S. C. CONNIE HALL Ware Shoals. S. C. CARRIE FRANCES HALL Anderson. S. C. MARGUERITE HALL Starr, S. C. MARY ELIZABETH HALL Anderson, S. C. 27 FRANCES HARRIS Carlton. Ga. MARY ELOISE HERBERT Anderson. S. C. MARGARET E. HOLLIDAY Anderson, S. C. HELEN HOLMES Anderson, S. C. LAURA LOU HONICUTT Greenwood, S. C. BILL HUBBARD Anderson, S. G. ESTHER HUNT Saluda, S. C. HARRIET RUTH HUNTER Lanford. S. C. FRESHMEN YELEDA JACKSON Greer, S. C. JACQUELYN JOHNSON Galivants Ferry. S. C. ELIZABETH KEATON Anderson. S. C. HAZEL KEATON Anderson. S. C. BLANCHE KELLY Liberty, S. C. MARJORIE LAMBERT Whitmire. S. C. HORTENSE LAWSON Sandy Springs. S. C. FRIEDA LOCKMAN Chesnee. S. C, 28 DRUCILLA LONG Anderson, S. C. ETTA MAE McCLELLAN Anderson, S. C. FREDDA MURIEL McDONAIT) Tucapau. S. C. LAVINIA JOAN McFALL Anderson. S. C. MARY CATHERINE McGILL Anderson. S. C. MARY GRACE McKEE Walhalla, S. C BETTY MABRY Abbeville. S. C. MARION MARTIN Anderson, S. C FRESHMEN BILLY MAULDIN Anderson, S. C. MARTHA E. MITCHELL Anderson, S. C. FANNIE MOORE Pickens, S. C OTHELLA MOORE Sandy Springs, S. C. MARY ANN MOORHEAD Anderson, S. C. VIOLA MERIE MURPHREE Liberty, S. C. MABEL PAGE Nichols. S. C. MYRTLE ELLEN PARROTT Pickens, S. C. 29 EDNA PATTERSON WlLLIAMSTON, S. C. MARGARET REDDEN Will TM1RE . S. C. M RY ROYAL Clemson. S. C. SARAH FRANCES SANDERS Anderson. S. C. ERNESTINE SHELLEY Nichols. S. C. HELEN A. SMI 1 1 1 Anderson, S. C. MARGARET M. SMITH Lebanon, S. C. MARY CHARZELLE SMITH Anderson. S. C. FRESHMEN DAPHNE STANLEY MuLLINS, S. C. NENA M. STEVENS Spartanburg. S. C. EVELYN RAYE TAYLOR Leesville. S. C. ELLEN D. THACKSTON Anderson. S. C. BETTY IO THOMPSON Anderson, S. C. CHARLES B. THOMPSON Anderson. S. C. WILTON RAY THOMPSON An derson. r - I ( YNTH1A TODD ANDl RSon. S. ( 30 EVELYN TODD Andhrson, S. C, 1 1. IANE VAN SICLEN Pleasantville, N. Y. EDNA WATT Hartwell. Ga. SARA D. WESTMORELAND Woodruff. S. C. TERRY JANE WILDER Anderson. S. C. EDITH MAHON WILLIAMS Stratford, Conn. ELSIE WILLIAMS Abbeville. S. C. CLARA LOU WILSON Anderson. S. C. FRESHMEN 31 PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT SENIORS MIRIAM ILRENE BLOCH ALICE McLANE Detroit, Michigan Newberry, S. C. Dramatic CIuL, ' 43; AH Club. ' 43; B. T. U. ' 43: Y. VV. A.. Personal Service Chairman. 43; High School Reporter. ' 43: W. A. A.. ' 43. High School Business Manager, 43; Glee Club. 42, 43; W. A. A., ' 42, ' 43. Ping Pong and Tennis Manager. ' 42. Social Chairman. ' 43; Speech Club. ' 42: Y. W. A„ ' 43; B. T. U.. ' 43. BETTY JEAN CLYATT Tifton. Georgia Glee Club. ' 43; W. A. A.. Cheerleader. ' 43: Motel Choir. 43; High School Social Committee Chairman, 43. HARRIET PYATT Greenville, S. C. Glee Club. ' 42. ' 43; W. A. A.. ' 42. ' 43; Hiph School Secretary, ' 43. DOROTHY MARY COLSON MARY CAROL TeBOW Lakeland. Florida Augusta. Georgia W. A. A.. ' 43 : 4-H Club. ' 43; B. T. U, ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43. W. A. A., ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43; B. T. U. ' 43: Co.,,- mercial Club, 43. MARY A. KOHN ROSE WHALEY WILSON Columbia. S. C. Wadmalaw Island, S. C. Dreher Hi B h School, II. ' 12; B M. If) Club. ' IS; W. A A.. ' 43. W. A. A.. ' 43; Y. W. A.. ' 43; High School Treasurer, 43. 32 PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT mm I m. ' ■ ' ... OFFICERS DUCHESS MARCUS . . . President HARRIET PYATT Secretary ROSE WILSON Treasurer MIRIAM BLOCH Reporter BETTY JEAN CLY ATT Social Chairman LUTA BEWLEY SULLIVAN Mascot EVELYN BURRELL Sponsor JUNIORS JOANAUDREY CRAIG East Orange, New Jersey DUCHESS MARCUS Wildwood, Florida LORRAINE MUNSON Monroe, N. C. ELIZABETH WHALEY Wadmalaw Island, S. C. 33 Ttt 0- Robert Isbell «» Course: Journalism . . . Eyes: Brown . . . Hair: Brown . . . Age: Nineteen . . . Heiglit: Five feet eight inches . . . Office held: President of Town Club . . . Ambition: To be a writer . . . Hobby: Sing- ing . . . Miscellaneous: Funny, dislikes studying. I ikes women, good personality. v - Rachel Smith «» Course: Home Econom- ics .. . Eyes: Brown . . . Hair: Brown . . . Age: Eighteen . . . Height: Five feet four and one-half inches . . . Office held: Presi- dent of Student Government . . . Ambition: To be a Home Economics teacher . . Hobby: Writing letters to Erskine . . . Mis- cellaneous: Reliable, likes one man. hates liver, studious. Ywm n ■■■■a ■ ■■■■ ■■■■■ ■■■■■ immmr ■■ ■■Ik «»■»■ »■■■■■■• ■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■■ ■r-rrrrr ■■■■■■■■■■■ «s a Helen Harrell «» Course: Secretarial Science . . . Eyes: Blue . . . Hair: Blonde . . . Age: Eighteen . . . Height: Five feet two inches . . . Office held: President of Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Ambition: To overcome fickleness . . . Hobby: Keeping a diary . . . Miscellaneous: Pretty, hard worker, cute laugh, popular. i-t ' f lia Alice Lanier «» Course: Home Economics . . . Eyes: Brown . . . Hair: Brown . . . Age: Nineteen . . . Height: Five feet four and one-half inches . . . Office held: Presi- dent of Sophomore Class . . . Ambition: To start early so I ' ll get there on time . . . Hobby: Meeting peo ple . . . Miscellaneous: Talkative, thinks men are likeable hut trouble, cooperative, versatile. J : ■ Hannah Lou Dargan «» Course: Voice . . . Eyes: Hazel . . . Hair: Brown . . . Age: Eighteen . . . Height: Five feet three and one-half inches . . . Office held: Presi- dent of B. S. U. . . . Ambition: To under- stand men . . . Hobby: Tennis . . . Mis- cellaneous: Sincere, thinks men are bores, drv humor, friendly. Fay Champion «» Course: A.B. . . . Eyes: Brown . . . Hair: Brown . . . Age: Eighteen . . . Height: Five feet four inches . . . Office held: Associate Editor of The Yodler . . . Ambition: To go to a late show while in Anderson . . . Hobby: Collecting pictures and souvenirs . . . Miscellaneous: Good athlete, perfect poise, good natured, popular with boys. « . . ' i i OFF THE RECORDS AN ACCREDITED JUNIOR COLLEGE UKMLAKTS SKKTUUL SCIENCE RUM TECHNIQUE FK ARTS NEMUL SECRETARIAL OUHATE ARTS HUSK HOHE ECONOMICS SPEECH N. ANK1E O.DENMARK - Pf ESIDENT RADIO STATION VV i I ■ v COLUMBIA ' Nl 1. Long and snort of it. 2. Who s getting who? 3. Where do you ache? I. Rear view. 5. Glamour boy. 6. Pretending. 7. Desperate. 8. Laughing Hyenas. 9. Never heard of il 36 c 1 1 v t t i e 37 STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS RACHEL SMITH President LYDIA CHEEK Vice-President FAY CHAMPION Secretary L OUISE KELLET Treasurer GRACE BROCKMAN House President. East HELEN BROCK House President, West CATHERINE BISHOP Fire Chief SOPHOMORE CLASS REPRESENTATIVES ERA ENTREKIN . . BARBARA JANE COPELAND FRESHMAN CLASS REPRESENTATIVES MARY BROWN . . SARA DELL WESTMORELAND 38 1 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS HANNAH LOU DARGAN President GRACE BROCKMAN Vice-President ERA ENTREKIN . . . Second Vice-President MARY BROWN Third Vice President SUE KEITH Secretary CAROLYN HUCKABY Treasurer MILDRED COBB Business Manager LYDIA CHEEK Reporter ESTHER HUNT Music Director EMALINE GRIFFITH . Baptist Training Union Representative ALICE LANIER Sunday School Representative MARGARET GRIFFITH . . Young Woman ' s Auxiliary Rep. RACHEL SMITH .... Student Government Representative ROBERT ISBELL Town Representative PATRICIA GILMER Presbyterian Representative TERRY JANE WILDER ..... Methodist Representative MRS. MILDRED B. CLINKSCALES . . . Faculty Advisor 1 l e Baptist Student Union is the nucleus of all religious activities of tile college. It strives to create in all students an interest in the church, the church school, the Baptist Training Union, and the Young Women ' s Auxiliary. The wholesome atmosphere of our campus is largely due to the efforts of this organization. 39 - . ' ■ •■■ •■• THE TOWN OFFICERS BOB ISBELL President BILL HUBBARD Vice-President PEGGY GLENN Secretary KENNETH BURGESS .... Treasurer MISS ETHEL BROWN Sponsor MRS. CHARLES SULLIVAN, Faculty Advisor MRS. WILTON E. HALL . . Town Mother The Town Club is one of the liveliest organiza- tions at Anderson College. Its membership con- sists of not only local students but also students from neighboring towns who do not live on the campus. The club is especially interested in the promotion of bigger and belter student activities. te biW 4 J 40 CLUB The highlight in the Town Club s activities each year is the minstrel. This year the Greater Minstrel was given before a packed house and a return per- formance was demanded by the public. Those who have attended the minstrels for several years credit the club with its best performance. THE TOWN 1 here are few organizations of any type on the campus that do not possess a large town group. The 1 own Club also prides itself with some of the most outstanding students at the college. 42 CLUB The suite of furnished rooms given to the Town Cluh by the Alumnae As- sociation was the most outstanding gift received at the college this year. This suite has afforded the girls much comfort and pleasure throughout the year. 43 4-H CLUB OFFICERS HELEN BROCK President FRANCES HARRIS .... Vice-President GLORIA DAWSEY Secretary MARY LOIS BROOME .... Treasurer DOROTHY HICKS Chorister JACQUELYN JOHNSON .... Reporter CORNELIA MOORE Sponsor [he 4-H Club is one of the newest but most active clubs on the campus. It teaches integrity, good sportsmanship, cooperation, and self-control. It develops an appreciation of health, a feeling of responsibility, confidence in one ' s ability, a spirit of unselfishness, and an interest in home and community. The club has as its motto " To Make The Best Better. " Dorothy Black Irene Bfackwell Miriam BIoi li Elizabeth Bridgeman Helen Brock Mary Lois Broome ( renevieve Brown Elizabeth Bruce MEMBERS Gloria Dawsey irginia Digby Elba Dodson Era Entrekin Frances Harris Dorothy Hitks Laura Honitutt Hazel Jenkins Jacquelyn Johnson Belly Mabry Mary Maretl Edna Patterson Opal Perry Mary Royal Jininiie Lou Sliirle Sara Rulli Wiggins Editli Williams ley 44 ALPHA PI EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER OFFICERS HELEN HARRELL President LEONA VAUGHN PEARSON Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET LINNEY Sponsor Tlie purpose of the Sigma Chapter of Alpha Pi Epsilon, the national honorary secretarial society, is to maintain and pro- mote a high secretarial standing, and to pursue the highest attain- ments in the secretarial science field. MEMBERS Doris Alexander Dorothy Armour Marjory Baird Catherine Bishop Elizabeth Bridgsman Mary Brown Bettv June Cathcart Beth Cobb Ann Dorsett Margaret Freeman Helen Harrell Laura Honicutt Dorothy Ann Jackson Louise Kellett Marjorie Lambert Helen Lawson Hortense Lawson Drucilla Long Mary Ann Moorhead Dorris Opt Leona Vaughn Pearson Margaret Redden Margaret Smith Terrv Jane Wilder 45 THE COMME OFFICERS CATHERINE BISHOP President HELEN HARRELL Vice President DORIS ALEXANDER Secretary ANNDORSETT Treasurer MARGARET LINNEY Sponsor The Commercial Club is made up of students in the commercial department who are interested in meeting together once a month and discussing the qualities of their chosen field. Every year this club contains girls who after leaving school prove to be ex- cellent stenographers and business women. 46 RCIAL CLUB MEMBERS Doris Alexander Dorothy Armour Virginia Arnold Evelyn Ayers Marjory Baird Marguerite Beck Catherine Bishop Irene Blackwell Elizabeth Bridgeman Nancy Brougliton Mary Brown Lurene Cain Colleen Childress Beth Cobb Mildred Coker Helen Cristal Bobbie Derrick Virginia Digby Ann Dorsctt Marguerite Forbes Dorothy Fouche Martha Griffin Caroline Hall Constance Flail Helen Harrell Laura Honicutt Carolyn Huckaby Ruth Hunter Veleaa Jackson Flazel Jenkins Louise Kelletl Marjorie Lambert Helen Lawson Hortense Lawson Drucilla Long Fredda McDonald Mary Grace McKec Betty Mabry Othella Moore Viola Murphree Mabel Page Mary Palmer Martha Palmer Marian Payne Leona Vaughn Pearson Margaret Redden Ernestine Shelley Daphne Stanley Evelyn Taylor Mary TeBow Jane Van Siclen Edna Watt Edith Williams Elsie Williams Clara Wilson 47 PHI THETA KAPPA BETA PI CHAPTER OFFICERS HANNAH LOU DARGAN President BOBBIE DERRICK Secretary ANNIE BARNES Treasurer KATHRYN COPELAND Sponsor In 1932 Anderson College was granted a national charter in Phi Theta Kappa, Junior College Honorary Scholastic Society. 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 department. In addition to the officers the following students held membership during the year: Millard English (president. 1942). Sue Keith (secretary. 1942), Rachel Smith. Alice Lanier. Frances Harris, Lillie Rae Earle, William Hubbard. Emma Lee Felkel. Eloise Herbert. Elizabeth Bruce, Evelyn Todd, Cynthia Todd. Vivian Freeman, Mary Elizabeth Hall, Jane Van Siclen. and Esther Hunt. 48 DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS LYDIA CHEEK President Btf RUTH COVINGTON Vice-President I ' - JES BARBARA I AM COPE! Wl Treasurer ▼ S GLORIA DAWSEY Secretary W ROBERT ISBELL . . . Stage Manager SALLY CLINKSCALES Publicity Manager DOROTHY SULLIVAN Sponsor The Dramatic Club is one of the most popular and active organizations on the campus. It has established a reputation both in town and on the campus for its excellent productions. Among the outstanding plays presented by the group have been The Im- portance of Being Earnest, Little Women, What a Life, Ladies in Waiting, ' Stage Door. Above is a scene from one of this year ' s productions. MEMBERS Marjory Baird Virginia Digby Robert Isbell Becky Beckham Elba Dodson Blanche Kelley Miriam Ilrene Bloch Betty Faust Mary Ella Leslie Elizabeth Bridgeman Marguerite Forbes Duchess Marcus Helen Brock Vivian Freeman Joan McFall Sarah Louise Brown Margaret Griffith Martha Mitchell Colleen Brown Caroline Hall Othclla Moore Kenneth Burgess Constance Hall Evelyn Moore Fay Champion Mary Elizabeth Hall Fannie Moore Jean Chastain Helen Harrell Viola Murphree Lydia Cheek Frances Harris Edna Patterson Sally Clinkscales Ora Lake Henderson Jane Van biclen Barbara Jane Copeland Dorothy Hicks Edna Watt Ruth Covington Margaret Holliday Terry Jane Wilder Bobbie Derrick Laura Honicutt Edith Williams Bill I lubbard 49 GLEE CLUB ANDERSON COLLEGE Evelyn Ayers Marguerite Beck ( atherine Bishop Sarah Louise Brown Mary Brown Elizabeth Bruce Evelyn Burrell Burnetle Bushy Fay Champion Betty lean Clyatl Beth Cobb Ruth Covington loan Craig Hannah Lou Dargan OFFICERS ESTHER HUNT President PATRICIA GILMER Vice-President MARGARET FREEMAN Secretary MARY PALMER Treasurer MARY FERN PARRIS Accompanist KATHARINE CULYER Director MEMBERS Alice Dunham Alice McLane Evelyn Evatte Fannie Moore Belly Fausl Othella Moore Margaret Freeman Mary Ann Moorhead Patricia Gilmer Lorraine Munson Edytke Grainger Viola Murphree Caroline Hall Martha Palmer Constance Hall Mary Palmer Helen Harrell Mary Fern Parris Dorothy Hicks Harriet Pyatt Esther Hunt Cynthia Todd Veleda Jackson Jane Van Siclen Louise Kellett Sara Dell Westmoreland Mary Knowles lerry Jane Wilder Evelyn MrKinney 50 Doris Alexander Evelyn Ayers Annie Barnes Becky Beckham Dorothy Ann Black Miriam Bloch Doris Bono Helen Brock Marv Lois Broome Genevieve Brown Saran Louise Brown Mildred Cohb Dorothy Colson Gloria Dawsey Bohhie Derrick SPEECH Laura Dickson Virginia Digby Elba Doclson Era Entrekin Nelda Frick Alta .Garrett Patricia Gilmer Mary Ella Glenn Edythe Granger Emaline Griffith Betty Jean Hall Robert Hill Carolyn Huokaby Jacquelyn Jon nson Mrs. L. C. Johnson Mary Ella Leslie Etta Mae McClellan Duchess Marcus Katherine Martin Fannie Moore Constance Morgan Myrtle Parrott Opal Perry Carolyn Ponder Marshall Simpson Martha Ann Tharrington Evelyn Todd Edna Webb Sara Ruth Wiggins Edith Williams RADIO SPEECH Margaret Baldwin Miriam Bloch Elizabeth Bridgeman Kenneth Burgess Evelyn Burrell Lydia Cheek Dorotny Colson Ruth Covington Virginia Digby Elba Dodson Betty Faust Emma Lee Felkd Patricia Gilmer Betty Jean I lall Mary Elizabeth Hall Veleda Jackson Mrs. Gertrude Pratt, Instructor Jacquelyn Johnson Mrs. L. C. Johnson Betty Mabry Duchess Marcus Mr. J. H. Mitchell Fannie Moore Miss Rosa Paschal Edna Webb 51 THE 1943 After many nights of work and many afternoons of selling ads, we of the staff have completed what we hope is a satisfactory yearbook. Although we were minus experience from last year s staff, we have attempted to overcome this handicap by closer cooperation. 52 COLUMNS EDITORIAL STAFF BILL HUBBARD Editor ALICE LANIER Associate Editor FANNIE MOORE Literary Editor HELEN HARRELL Sports Editor PATRICIA GILMER Photograph Editor BUSINESS STAFF BOB ISBELL Business Manager CYNTHIA TODD Assistant Business Manager MARY ELIZABETH HALL Advertising Manager SALLY CLINKSCALES, PEGGY GLENN, FRANCES HARRIS, EMMA LEE FELKEL, NANCY ANDERSON, JANE VAN SICLEN, ANN DORSETT . . Advertising Staff 53 THE YODLER STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF ORA LAKE HENDERSON .... Editor FAY CHAMPION .... Associate Editor LAURA DICKSON .... Literary Editor ROBERT ISBELL Sports Editor TERRY JANE WILDER . . Society Editor FANNIE MOORE. LYDIA CHEEK, VIR- GINIA ARNOLD. RAY THOMPSON. ANN DORSETT. MARY ELIZABETH HALL Reporters BOBBIE DERRICK. ELIZABETH BRUCE. LAURA HONICUTT Typists BUSINESS STAFF CYNTHIA TODD . . Advertising Manager NANCY ANDERSON. Asst. Advertising Mgr. SALLY CLINKSCALES, PEGGY GLENN. DOROTHY HICKS, FRANCES HARRIS. EVELYN McKINNEY, Advertising Associates BARBARA JANE COPELAND. KATHAR- INE MARTIN, Circulation Department Mgrs. 54 1 ff 1 ■11 sH BSsSSSII B HBBHI BM 10 CLUB OFFICERS RUTH COVINGTON . President HELEN HARRELL Secretary SARAH LOUISE BROWN Treasurer ETHEL BROWN Sponsor The B. M. 10 Club is a new organization and its main purpose is to Be different. ' " Our colors, which consist of red sweaters and white skirts, are worn every Friday. We hope that this club will be formed each succeeding year and that we, the present members, will be remembered for our originality. Marjory Baird Margaret Baldwin Catherine Bishop Miriam Blorh Sarah Louise Brown Fay Champion Betty Jean Clyatt MEMBERS Julia Coleman Ruth Covington Betty Faust Margaret Freeman Helen Harrell Dorothy Hicks Veleda Jackson Mary Kohn Hortense Law son Evelyn McKinney Othella Moore Viola Murphree Jane Van Siclen 55 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB HONOR MEMBERS OFFICERS JULIA BAKER, President ANNIE BARNES. Vice President MARION PAYNE. Secretary -Treasurer RACHEL CORDLE. Faculty Advisor ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Julia Baker V ivian Freeman Estiier Hunt Helen Brock Annie Barnes Emaline Griffith Fannie Moore Hannali Lou Dargan Lvdia Cheek Mary Elizabeth Hall Constance Morgan Dorothy Hicks Bobbie Derrick Frances Harris Marion Payne Alice Lanier Lillie Rae Earle Eloise Herbert Rachel Smith Kat neri ne Martin Emma Lee Felkel Bill Hubbard Cynthia Todd K liyyaiaA 1 . Second childhood. 2. Sunday stroll. 3. Barber-shop quartet. I Where ' s thai %$ bus " 3. I hree wolves, 56 ! r- t H-iakuakt a otU 57 WOMAN S 58 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Woman ' s Athletic Association is the largest organization at Anderson College. It provides exercise and relaxation for all its members. Because of the many sports available, every girl has the opportunity to excel. After a full day of classes, nothing can take the place ol an hour or two of fun. During the fall and winter months, hockey, basketball, tumbling, and soccer are predominant. With the com- ing of spring, tennis, archery, and Softball come into the spotlight. The W. A. A. began this college year with Freshman Stunt Night, and ended its activities with May Day in all it s crowning glory. Ethel Brown, Sponsor OFFICERS ERA ENTREKIN, President ELIZABETH BRIDGEMAN. Vice-Presicienf EVELYN McKINNEY, Secretary MARGARET BALDWIN. Treasurer DUCHESS MARCUS. Business Manager GRACE BROCKMAN. Membership Chairman ALICE McLANE Social Chairman 59 Sideline setup CHEERLEADERS Helen Harrell Ruth Covington Boots y Brown Betty Jean Clyatt MANAGERS Mary Ella Leslie . Soccer Catherine Bishop . 1 Jockey Sarah Louise Brown . Volleyball Ruth Covington 7 umbling Helen Harrell .... Tennis Dorothy Hicks . Softball Joan Craig Archery Jane Van Siclen . . Ping Pong Gloria Dawsey . . . Ring Tennis Katherine Martin . Badminton Four cheer 60 Women on the warpath HOCKEY he major spoil al Anderson C ollege is hockey, a most sensational sport lor women. Il Furnishes keen rivalry and excitemenl to ,JI participants. From the beginning ol our athletic year until rhanksgiving this sport prevails as king and is enjoyed hy all. V Front line defense Kjoalii 61 STUDENT On the way Rotting along vl lteu autumn L ut i leaver n Aft !: i IK there s a long, long Irai Kufc il hard 62 RELAXATION iSice shot Looks like a basket ate TallLiiu . . . . Don I fight, girls $%c . ' 63 AFTER Belter than walking Doubles playing douhles l UluH tlte JjL ?WCC± Swing out Batter up 64 CLASSES 1 id Miss Rofcin Hood? Don ' t IL COM! iluULll . . . . 7 | ai Heave ho 1 . jame s oi ' er 65 HERE AND THERE 1. Nice pose. 2. Business managers. 3. Hot off. the press. 4. V for vivacious. 5. Going to the Filly. 6. Experts in the field. 7. Co-ed profs. 8. Going places. 9. Some oullil 66 £i£ti 1 hanks . We. the students of Anderson College, wish to take this opportunity to thank each of our advertisers for his kind cooperation in making this yearhook possible. HUBBARD DRV CLEANERS • For the best in cleaning dresses . . . . hats Phone 42 11( W. Whitneb St. Compliments of GALLANT BELK ' S • ANDERSON ' S LARGEST AND BEST DEPARTMENT STORE Pee Gee Paints A S outlier)! Made Paint for Southern Climate Soi.l) BY SULLIVAN HARD WARE COMPANY Anderson, S. C. Serving in this section over 54- years Compliments to the Class of ' 43 Johnston Furniture Company l ' -i E. Whitneb Owner - W. C. Johnston Quality Feeds and Seeds Andco Feed and Seed Co. Anderson, S. C. 303 W. Market St. Telephone 185 THE 1943 COLUMNS IS POUND IN A KINGSKRAFT COVER EAGLE FURNITURE COMPANY Your Best For A Bargain On The Square Anderson, South Carolina McLEES BROTHERS JEWELERS 128 N. Main Anderson, S. C Visit The MAYFAIR GRILL " Anderson ' s Most Modern Restaurant " 68 Congratulations!! 1943 Graduates WE CAN ' T INSURE YOUR FU- TURE BUT WE CAN INSURE PRACTICALLY ANYTHING ELSE. LAWRENCE AND BROWNLEE CONVERSE COLLEGE Spartanburg, South Carolina A Nationally Accredited Liberal Arts College for Women with an Accelerated Program to Meet Wartime Needs Degrees Offered: B.A.. B.S.. B.Mus., M.Mus. Eleven-week Summer School— June 10-August 26 For Catalogue and Further Information Address: Dr. E. M. Gwathmey, President Compliments of EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Anderson, S. C. Complimen ts of COCHRAN JEWELRY CO. Anderson - Greenville - Greenwood " It ' s Just What We Say It Is " Photographs by RICHARD CASTLE BERRY Anderson, S. C. MAXWELL BROS. McCALLUM FRIGIDAIRES, FURNITURE PHILCO RADIOS 136 N. Main St. Anderson, S. C. RUSTIN FURXITURE CO. Your Guide to Better Home Furnishings Anderson, S. C. MAC ' S DRY CLEANERS Phoki 172 121 E. W kitner St. Anderson, S. C. 69 •LOOK SWEETER IX A SWEATER " FEA THERKNIT SWEATERS At All Leading Stores Product of BROOKLYN KNIT SPORTSWEAR CO. 1372 Broadway, New York City SMITH ' S CUT RATE DRUG STORE c rent or s of Reasonable Drug Prices IK) N. Main- St. LXDERSON, S. C. Shop and Save at BAILES KIT s. M UK Phone 4.72 RALLENTTNE MOTOR CO. " Best Ford Service in South Carolina " South Main Street Phone 1+97-8 The Compliments of ANDERSON CREAMERY DAIRY DUKE POWER CO. Electricity — the servant in the home Compliments of F. AY. WOOL WORTH CO. Anderson, S. C. ELECTRIC CITY PRINTING CO. ANDERSON ' S PROGRESSIVE PRINTERS Since 1920 ANDERSON ROOFING COMPANY 905 South Main Street Anderson, S. C. C. H. Hammond, Owner Telephone 1574 McDOUGALD-JOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. Funeral Directors 600 S. Main Street Anderson, S. C. 70 FURMAN UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, S. C. FOUNDED 1836 John Lanky Plyler, President Opportunities for cultural growth, developmenl of Christian living, and pre-professional training. Courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts in Music, and Master of Arts. Pre-medical, pre-nursing, business administration and home economics courses. For catalogue write R. N. Daniel, Dean Men ' s College Eui.a Barton, Asxixtdiil Dean Wovien ' s Collei e Compliments of MATTISON MOTOR CO, chevr6let dealers Axukhsox, South Carolina KINGOFFS, INC. " ANDERSON ' S QUALITY CREDIT JEWELERS " Phone 292 - 120 " N. Main St. - P. 0. Box 883 Anderson, South Carolina Compliments of ORB GRAY COMP DRUGGISTS Ynijerson, South Carolina ANY Mei ' s and Boys ' L adies ' CI rthii g Readj -to -W ear HARRILL ' S Inc. 108 N. Main St. Anderson, s. C. • Compliment of THE YELLOW CAB CO. Phone 108 Anderson S. C. • DAVIS FLORAL Say it with flowers but say it with ours. Phone 101 Masonic Temple Buildinc, McDOUGALD-BLKCKLY Mortuary North Main at Federal Street Lady Attendant Phone 37S A GOOD PLACE TO MEET A BETTER PLACE TO EAT DORN ' S 112 X. Main St. Anderson, S. C. COMPLIMENTS OF THE ANDERSON FERTILIZER COMPANY 71 ( ' ompliments of KRESS 5 _ 10 — 2.5 Cents Dodge-Plymouth Dodge Trucks Sales Service WELBORN MOTOR CO. Phone 1568 in i ' .. Ohh St. McLESKEY-TODD DRUG CO. Phone 918 S. Main Street " The Old Reliable " ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning and La.undry ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, S. C. An Accredited Junior College offering terminal and transfer courses leading to Associate in Arts degree. 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