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umns u 1 CGCt t $fttf ? " I mm »« ' se " V [joyio ike Jnemortes cJkat {jiude i jj FOREWORD The 1945 Columns aspires to be more than a mere col- lection of pictures and a few observations on the joys of college life. It is a monument to a year of living and learning. We turn the pages and remember classes, freshman initiations, the carnival queen, October Day, jaunts to town, Crook banquet, the mail man, Yule Log ceremony, receptions and teas, vaca- tion time, and gaiety unequalled. To us, the Columns is a symbol of success. There are no failures recorded here; these are all forgotten in the proud knowledge ■ that another year has been made another stepping stone toward a richer life. And should we stop to reminisce We beg ' twill not be thought amiss, For college days go all too fast, And leave us sighing for the past. Cjtma jyiaheA Dear to our hearts is our Alma Mater, Loyal and true are we, Truest devotion ' til life is ended, Wholly ive pledge to thee. Tho ' from thy halls far away we wander, Thoughts back to thee will fly; And tender mem ' ries time cannot sever, Love that will never die. Heavens choicest blessings 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 ' ll be, Our best endeavor, now and forever, Always to honor thee. MRS. C. S. SULLIVAN ln Jf, emoriam In this modern age of realism and scientific fact, the good old saints that blessed men ' s ways have almost been forgotten. But we of Anderson College have this to be thankful for: a kind and loving spirit dwelt awhile with us, making bright the troublesome years and making light- er the burdens of the leaders of this institution. In the midst of college life, may each one pause and breathe a silent prayer of gratitude to God Who gave to us our friend and patron saint. We honor the memory of our be- loved Luta Bewley Sullivan. Likable Inspiring Gracious Humorous Helpful Interesting Spirited Energetic Resourceful DEDICA TION To Miss Elsie Ragsdale, our Dean of Women, who combines all of these qualities into the personality which has added so much to our college days, we, the Columns Staff, lovingly dedicate this 1945 year- book. ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CAMPUS EAST LOGGIA WINTER MAGIC SCENES EAST DORMITORY ill I I— WWC i. WEST DORMITORY DR. ANNIE D. DENMARK PRESIDENT " Where there ' s a will, there ' s a way. " She inspires in us the determi- nation to succeed. She has for us a feeling of comradeship and a sym- pathetic understanding. Through this somewhat confusing and over- whelming business of education, she has been a ready counselor and a patient guide. We thank her for her encouragement and practical advice, but most of all we thank her for just being our friend. 10 ADMINISTRATION Elizabeth Tribble registrar Elsie J. Ragsdale DEAN OF WOMEN SOCIOLOGY Grace L. Cronkhite DEAN OF MUSIC PIANO, ORGAN, THEORY Kathryn Copeland dean of faculty english, bible FACULTY Merritt Edwards Boulware art Clifford Jordan Brown librarian, history Ethel Brown physical education Roy Brown, Jr. technical director in dramatic ART Evelyn Burrell high school Estelle Burton matron and nurse Mary Major Burriss secretarial science 12 FACULTY Katharine Culyer voice and solfeggio director of glee club Margaret Linney secretarial science Martha Linney assistant in secretarial science Claire Lucas english, psychology Rosa Catherine Paschal mathematics and education Gertrude Tullar Pratt speech Dorothy Pruitt ENGLISH 13 FACULTY Carrie Sharp Salla matron Helen Smith piano, music appreciation Julia Baskin Taylor home economics Dorothy Sullivan Townsend dramatic art Werb von Hasssln modern languages, violin Helen Campbell Williams piano, accompanist Marie Willis science 14 SOPHOMORES OFFICERS Drucilla Searcy President Jackie Cooper Vice-President Babbie Mauldin Secretary Jlxe Hylton Treasurer Myra Perry Marshal Mary Sue Jones Marshal Martha Ldstney Sponsor Kosmo Tatilus Mascot 16 KATHERINE ABLE SALUDA, S. C. Softly speaks, sweetly smiles CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Res- ident Council, ' 44, Vice-Presi- dent, ' 45; W. A. A. DOROTHA ATKINSON SIX MILE, S. C. Has a gentle way and a willing smile CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. RUTH BARNETT GREENWOOD, S. C. Dependable . . . athletic . . . well known CollegiAnne, ' 44, 45; W. A. A.. ' 44, ' 45; Resident Council, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., President, ' 44, ' 45. HARRIET BARTON ANDERSON, S. C. Witty . . . lively, happy, and gay CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U., ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, Sec- retary, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, Membership Chairman, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MAYME EARLE BELL ANDERSON, S. C. Friendly . . . good disposition and a likable person CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MARIANNA BIGHAM ANDERSON, S. C. " Beautiful red hair " . . . genius in the musical world Phi Theta Kappa, Vice-Presi- ident, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, Pres- ident, ' 44, ' 45; Resident Coun- cil, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C. Presi- dent, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U., ' 44, ' 45. ANNIE FRANCES BLACKMAN ANDERSON, S. C. Unassuming personality . . . radiant smile . . . genial Phi Theta Kappa, ' 43, Secre- tary, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne ' 44, ' 45. MILDRED BOLDING PICKENS, S. C. She lives in her thoughts and dreams CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. SOPHOMORES 17 MELBA BRANNON INMAN, S. C. Not too bashful— not too bold, just exactly right, I ' m told CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler Staff, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Columns Staff, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. HAZEL BROWN STAER, S. C. Quiet, sincere, and thoroughly likable Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. CAROL CAMPBELL BELTON, S. C. Amazingly efficient . . . sincere and straightforward Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Town Council, ' 44, ' 45; Colle- giAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler, Business Manager, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. FRANCES CAMPBELL STARR, S. C. Full of likable simplicity and quietness Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 4.5; Commercial Club, ' 44, Treasurer, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. IRMALINE CAMPBELL CALHOUN, S. C. She smiles away the gloom CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. RUBY COOK FOUNTAIN INN, S. C. A finer girl you ' ll nowhere find Alphi Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Res- ident Council, ' 44, ' 45; Com- mercial Club, President, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45; Yod- ler Staff, ' 44, ' 45. JUANICE COOPER ANDERSON, S. C. A daughter of the gods, divine- ly tall and most divinely fair Phi Theta Kappa, ' 43, Presi- dent, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 43, Treasurer, ' 44, ' 45; Columns, ' 44; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; May Court, ' 44; Town Council, ' 44, ' 45; Vice-President Soph- omore Class. JUANITA DAVIS FOUNTAIN INN, S. C. Her quiet way bespeaks an un- derstanding heart Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Res- ident Council, ' 44, ' 45; Collegi- Anne, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Coun- cil; Commercial Club, ' 44, " 45; Yodler Staff. SOPHOMORES BETTY DICKSON PIEDMONT, S. C. The beautiful are never deso- late, for someone always loves them CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44 , President, 45; Yodler Sports Editor, ' 45; Columns Staff, ' 44, ' 45; J. H. A., ' 44; Drama Club, ' 44, ' 45; May Court, ' 44. MARGARET EARLE ANDERSON, S. C. She was a phantom of delight when first she gleamed upon my sight Phi Theta Kappa, ' 43, Treas- urer, ' 44, ' 45, May Court, ' 44; I. R. C, ' 43, Vice-President, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45, Vice- President. RUBY EASTERLY ROEBUCK, S. C. Attractive . . . sense of humor popular with the boys CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45; Col- umns Staff, ' 44, ' 45. ANNIE MAE EDGE AYNOR, S. C. The mildest manners, and the gentlest heart CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. ESSIE LEE ELLIS IVA, S. C. Calm and collected . . . good- natured . . . future teacher W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Speech, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45, CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45. JEANIE FERRIER CLEMSON, S. C. Friendly . . . loyal . . . true the best in every way Columns, Literary Editor, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler, Feature Editor, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 44, 45. IRIS FOUCHE ROCK HILL, S. C. Sophisticated and lovely CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Col- umns, Associate Editor, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, President, ' 44, ' 45; J. H. A., President, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. HARRIETTE GEORGE ANDERSON, S. C. Reserved . . . sweet disposition quiet . . . pretty brown hair CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commer- cial Club, ' 44, ' 45. NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 19 VERA GRAINGER LORIS, S. C. To be a true friend is worth high endeavor CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commer- cial Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MERCEDES GRALL ANDERSON, S. C. Her friendly personality wins friends in each locality Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. DOROTHY SUE GREER ANDERSON, S. C. Blonde hair . . . pretty eyes joyous ways . . . and a happy smile Phi Theta Kappa, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MARGARET HALL ANDERSON, S. C. Sincerity is the keynote to suc- cess CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Town Club, ' 43, ' 44, 45. MIRIAM HAMILTON ANDERSON, S. C. Takes life as it comes . . . eye- catching girl . . . the lovable type Town Club, ' 43, ' 44. MARTHA HOLROYD ANDERSON, S. C. Has a gentle way and a win- ning personality CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Fresh- man Class, Treasurer, 43; B. S. U. Council, ' 44, ' 45. JUNE HYLTON RALEIGH, N. C. The Sarah Bernhardt of the Sophomore Class Commercial Club, Social Chair- man, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Sophomore Class, Treasurer, ' 44, ' 45; Columns Staff, ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 45; Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne. LAURA JACKSON TIGNALL, GA. Open-minded . . . frank and fair CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, Treasurer, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U Council, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., Vice-President, ' 44, ' 45. SOPHOMORES 20 JOAN KING CATEECHEE, S. C. A ttill girl with ideals to mutch . . . outstanding . . . loved by all Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Resident Council, President, ' 44, ' 45; May Court, ' 44; CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45, Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MARY SUE JONES ANDERSON, S. C. The wearer of a smile that spells friendship Yodler Staff, ' 43, Associate Edi- tor, ' 44, ' 45; Vice-President, S. C. College Press Association, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; B. S. U., ' 44, ' 45. MARY LOUISE JORDAN GREENVILLE, S. C. Once a friend, always a friend CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44; Columns Staff, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. RORERTA KEATON ANDERSON, S. C. The world would be better if there were more like her Yodler Staff, ' 44, ' 45, Collegi- Anne, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 44, ' 45; Town Club, ' 43, " 44, ' 45. RETTY KELLY ANDERSON, S. C. An inventive mind and hard work will make a great future Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 45, Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. ROSE LITTLEFIELD WOODRUFF, S. C. Well liked . . . considerate of everyone . . . accommodating . . . good natured Phi Theta Kappa, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MARJORIE MACK GASTON, S. C. So quiet she seems . . . so still and wise CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. RORBIE MANLY ANDERSON, S. C. Never idle, never still, always smiling, always will Freshman Class, Treasurer, ' 43, ' 44; Alpha Pi Epsilon, 43, Sec- retary, ' 44, ' 45; Town Council, ' 44, ' 45; Columns, Business Manager, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., Vice-Pres- ident, ' 44, ' 45. NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 21 MARY JEAN MANLY ANDERSON, S. C. Unusual personality combined with a good nature and an easy-going spirit Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Town Council, ' 44, ' 45; Col- umns, Sports Editor, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A.. ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. DUCHESS MARCUS WILDWOOD, FLORIDA To knoiv her is to love her President Freshman Class, ' 43, ' 44; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 44. ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Res- ident Council, ' 44, ' 45; Treas- urer, W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Columns, Sports Editor, ' 43, ' 44; Columns, Editor, ' 44, " 45; Yodler, Advertising Staff, ' 43, ' 44; Drama Club, Business Manager, ' 44, ' 45; J. H. A.. Vice-President, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 44, ' 45; Speech Club, ' 43, ' 44. RABBIE MAULDIN ANDERSON, S. C. Pleasing to see, nice to know May Court, ' 44; Town Council, , ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Sophomore Class, Secretary, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler Staff, ' 43, ' 44; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. ANNA DEAN MOORE DUE WEST, S. C. The social, friendly, honest girl CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 44, ' 45. EVELYN MOORE STARR, S. C. She ' s the best for everyday Alpha Phi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45. MARCELLE NORRIS PIEDMONT, S. C. Constant favorite . . . always the same . . . very attractive CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; J. H. A., ' 43, ' 44; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. VIVIAN NATIONS PICKENS, S. C. Likable girl . . . quiet-like . . . a good friend Alpha Pi Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent, ' 44, ' 45; Resident Coun- cil, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, Vice-President, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. MYRA PERRY Liberty, s. c. A radiance is about her May Court, ' 44; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Sophomore Class, Mar- shal, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., President, ' 44, ' 45. SOPHOMORES 22 " ■Hl. EDITH PETTIGREW STARE, S. C. Determination and ambition . . . progressive . . . talkative Resident Council, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler Staff ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. PEGGY PICKLESIMER ANDERSON, S. C. Brilliant-minded . . . quick friendmaker . . . popular Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Freshman Class, Vice-Presi- dent, ' 43, ' 44; Town Council, President, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Yodler Staff; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. EDITH PLUNKETT SALUDA, S. C. The Golden Rule works like gravitation CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Head Proctor, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. DRUCILLA SEARCY SPARTANBURG, S. C. Always on the alert . . . " little girlish " . . . cute CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Sophomore Class, President, ' 44, ' 45; Dra- ma Club, Treasurer ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., Secretary, ' 44, ' 45, Columns, Photograph Edi- tor, ' 44, ' 45. NELLE SIMPSON PIEDMONT, S. C. Looks at life through rose-col- ored glasses . . . striking blonde . . . weakness for art W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. ALICE TUMRLIN GREENVILLE, S. C. A live wire never gets stepped on Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Col- umns Staff, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, Business Manager, ' 44, ' 45. JOYCE VAUGHT GALIVANTS FERRY, S. C. Lihdyle . . . placid . . . kinda on the shy side Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. RARBARA WALKER COLUMBIA, S. C. Brimming over with intelli- gence . . . thoughtful of others serious Phi Theta Kappa, ' 44, ' 45; President, S. C. College Press Association; Yodler, Editor, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 44, 45. NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 23 SARA WARDLAW ANDERSON, S. C. The mirror of all courtesy Alpha Pi Epsilon, ' 44, ' 45; Col- legiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. IRENE WATSON SUMTER, S. C. Gentle as snoivflakes . . . a sweet, understanding disposi- tion . . . neat as a pin CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; J. H. A., Treasurer, ' 44, ' 45. EUGENIA WATTS AYNOR, S. C. A dependable classmate . . . swell girl . . . good natured W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. IRENE WHITE ANDERSON, S. C. Personality plus . . . best kind of friend . . . hasn ' t an enemy CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commer- cial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, 45. VIRGINIA BEARD ANDERSON, S. C. SOPHOMORES IRIS WHITE PLYMOUTH, N. C. Cute figure . . . always on the go . . . good-time seeker CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, Stage Manager, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 44, ' 45; I. R. C, ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45; Columns, Assistant Business Manager, ' 44, ' 45. EDITH WILES IVA, S. C. A friendly pal . . . congenial . . . conscientious CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. CAROLYN WILLIAMS SUMTER, S. C. Cute . . . noticeably warm smile . . . plenty of will power B. S. U., President, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, Vice-President, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Glee Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Col- umns Staff, ' 43, ' 44; W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Y. W. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. JO ANN YEARGIN ANDERSON, S. C. Interesting . . . sweet . . . de- cidedly neat CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commer- cial Club, ' 44, ' 45. Quiet . . . sweet disposition . . . good pal Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. FORTY- FIVE All Smiles . . . No Luck . . . Open Wide . . . Your Future . . . What ' s Up? . . . Just Waiting . . . Puh! Leze! Surprise! Surprise! . . . United We Stand . . . HERE and THERE 25 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Frances Dorsett President Helen Bryson Vice-President Ruby Carlton Secretary Nancy Huff Treasurer Georgia Brown Marshal Ellen Stathakis Marshal Ethel Brown Sponsor Lafoy Berry Mascot , i » V 1 E - f i k m MASCOT SPONSOR 26 JESSIE LOUISE ABLE SALUDA, S. C. MARTHA ELIZABETH ACKER ANDERSON, S. C. ANNA RUTH ALEWINE TAYLORS, S. C. BETTY ANN ALLISON ANDERSON, S. C. GLENNA ANGE PLYMOUTH, N. C. DOROTHY ASHLEY WILLIAMSTON, S. C. SYBIL ATKINS GREER, S. C. SYBIL BAGWELL PELZER, S. C. MARTHA F. BALLENGER GREER, S. C. JACQUELYN BALLENTINE ANDERSON, S. C. MATTIE BANKS NORFOLK, VA. BETTY BENNETT INMAN, S. C. DORIS BIRD INMAN, S. C. KATE BOWERS ANDERSON, S. C. FRESHMEN- 27 MYRA BRADFORD ANDERSON, S. C. DELREE BROWN ANDERSON, S. C. GEORGIA BROWN METHUEN, MASS. HELEN BRYSON WOODRUFF, S. C. FRANCES BURNETTE RICHMOND, VA. RUBY CARLTON ANDERSON, S. C. SYBIL ANN CAUDELL ANDERSON, S. C. MIRIAM CAUSEY FAIK BLUFF, N. C. BETTY CLARK DELRAY BEACH, FLA. EMOGENE COCHRAN PICKENS, S. C. JOSEPHINE COKER PELZER, S. C. PAULINE COLE TOWNVILLE, S. C. DOROTHY COPELAND MANNING, S. C. PAULINE CROWLEY LEESVILLE, S. C. JACQUELINE DENNY OMAR, W. VA. FRESHMEN- 28 NORENE DENNY BRISTOL, VT. MILDRED JANE DEWESE WIDEMOUTH, W. VA. MARY DEWEY ASHEVILLE, N. C. NANCY DEWEY ASHEVILLE, N. C. FRANCES DORSETT EOCKY MOUNT, N. C. BETTY JANE DUCWORTH ANDERSON, S. C. JERRY EDWARDS UNION, S. C. FRANCES ELLISON WILLIAMSTON, S. C. JUANITA ENTREKIN PICKENS, S. C. PEGGY FANT ANDERSON, S. C. OBENA FEW GREER, S. C. HAZEL EVELYN FRANKS ANDERSON, S. C. MABLE FREELAND PLUM BRANCH, S. C. MARJORIE GILES SPARTANBURG, S. C. ENZULL GILREATH PENDLETON, S. C. fcJL ' NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 29 GLORIA ANN GOVE DELRAY BEACH, FLA. GRACE GRIFFITH WILLIAMSTON, S. C. MILDRED HAMRY MOUNTAIN REST, S. C. CARA MAE HENSLEY SWANNANOA, X. C. RETTY ANN HILLIARD ANDERSON, S. C. JEANNE HOLLOWELL ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. NANCY HUFF DETROIT, MICH. NORMA IVESTER ANDERSON, S. C. ANNE LEILA JACKSON ANDERSON, S. C. HELEN JENKINS SIMPSONVILLE, S. C. JOYCE JOHNSTON SHELBY, N. C. GWENDOLYN KAY CENTRAL, S. C. EDNA DAWN KELLY TOWNVILLE, S. C. HAZEL KING ANDERSON, S. C. LUCIA ANNE KING ANDERSON, S. C. J I FRESHMEN- 30 WILMA LAWSON ANDERSON, S. C. FRANCES ANN LEWIS MACON, N. C. SARA JEAN LOCKE ANDERSON, S. C. MARY JEAN MARTIN WESTMINSTER, S. C. ODESSA MARTIN GALIVANTS FERRY, S. C. MARY MATHESON FAffi PLAY, S. C. JO ANN MATHEWS KNOXVILLE, TENN. MARCELLE McADAMS ABBEVILLE, S. C. MARTHA McCOMBS ANDERSON, S. C. MYRTLE McCOMBS ANDERSON, S. C. REBA McCRACKEN MARION, S. C. ELLIE MAE McCREIGHT NINETY SLX, S. C. ANN McMILLIAN CLINTON, S. C. MARTHA MITCHELL ANDERSON, S. C. HAZEL MOORE ANDERSON, S. C. NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 31 BETTY NEVILL SALUDA, S. C. DORIS ANN NOBLITT ANDERSON, S. C. EDNA FAYE ODOM DARLINGTON, S. C. WILLIE MARGARET PEACE ANDERSON, S. C. SYBIL RAINEY STARR, S. C. KATIE RICHARDSON GRESHAM, S. C. MAXINE RICHARDSON GALIVANTS FERRY, S. C. NORMA RIVERS ANDERSON, S. C. SARA FRANCES ROCHESTER SALEM, S. C. KAY SALLEY SALLEY, S. C. KATHLEEN SCURRY SALUDA, S. C. HELEN SEASE N. CHARLESTON, S. C. MARY FRANCES SEASE N. CHARLESTON, S. C. AGNES SELLARS ANDERSON, S. C. SARA JO SNEAD ANDERSON, S. C. FRESHMEN- 32 ELLEN STATHAKIS ANDERSON, S. C. MILDRED STRICKLAND STARR, S. C. RETTY THAMES MARION, S. C. LENA MAE VANCE BELTON, S. C. JEAN VERMILLION WARE SHOALS, S. C. MILDRED WALL ANDERSON, S. C. JOSEPHINE WATFORD TIMMONSVILLE, S. C. HAZEL WHITE ANDERSON, S. C. AUDREY WILLIAMS WALHALLA, S. C. KATRINA WILLIAMS CHIPLEY, FLA. MARY HELEN WILLIAMS ANDERSON, S. C. DORIS WILSON WILLIAMSTON, S. C. ANNIE LAURA WRIGHT HONEA PATH, S. C. FELICE WRIGHT MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. LILLIAN FOWLER BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. Special Student NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 33 i A " ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦■♦ ♦ ♦, 4AAA +A4 A ►♦♦♦♦♦♦ PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT OFFICERS Betty Jean Pinson President Anne Bagwell Vice-President Sarah Reel Secretary Margaret McFaddin Treasurer Helen Smith Sponsor Janice Givens Mascot Mascot Sponsor 34 ALICE BAKER FLORENCE, S. C. Quiet . . . studious . . . dependable W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club. HELEN BARRET RICHMOND, VA. Sincere . . . attractive . . . dark Iwir J. H. A., ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Speech Club, ' 44, ' 45. ANITA GILBERT MACCLENNY, FLA. Lively . . . slioots a line . . . striking W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45. BETTY LAMBERT RICHMOND, VA. Good-looking . . . down to earth . . . likable W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45; Com- mercial " Club, ' 44, ' 45. MARGARET McFADDIN ALCOLU, S. C. Long dark hair . . . tall . . . sincere Treasurer Senior Class, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45. JEAN MUSGROVE DUBOSE BIRMINGHAM, ALA. " Frank " . . . enthusiastic . . . talks a lot J. H. A., ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45. BETTY NESBITT AUGUSTA, GA. Timid . . . good-natured . . . reserved W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; Cosmo- politan Club, ' 44, ' 45; Speech Club, ' 44, ' 45. BETTY JEAN PINSON THOMASVILLE, GA. Artistic . . . siveet disposition . . . cute laugh President Senior Class, ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45. SENIORS 35 SENIORS MARTHA JANE SNOW DECATUR, GA. Easygoing . . . blonde . . . industrious J. H. A., ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopol- itan Club, ' 44, ' 45. DOROTHY WELLS CRESTVIEW, FLA. Dramatically inclined cute figure friendly Drama Club, ' 44, ' 45; Speech Club,_ ' 44, ' 45; W. A. A., ' 44, ' 45; Cosmopolitan Club, ' 44, ' 45; CollegiAnne, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 44, ' 45. MARY GEORGEO CHARLESTON, S. C. Happy-go-lucky . . . black hair , . . everybody ' s friend W. A. A., ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Drama Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45; Speech Club, ' 43, ' 44, ' 45. TENTH GRADE ANNE BAGWELL DURHAM, N. C. CLEMONTINE DAWSON MONTGOMERY, ALA. JACQUELYN DUGGAN KEY WEST, FLA. ELLEN DUGGER DENBIGH, W. VA. AIMEE ELIZABETH DUNWODY SAVANNAH, GA. MARY JANE ENGEL ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. JUNIORS 36 JUNIORS ANJOY FRANKLIN AUGUSTA, GA. ESTELLE FUGATE SUMTER, S. C. MARY HOWLAND BALTIMORE, MD. ANNE LADD DURHAM, N. C. SUZANNE LORENS TOLEDO, OHIO FRANCES LOLLIS GREENVILLE, S. C. JOY RITA McNAMARA ROCHESTER, N. Y. DOLORES SANDERS CHARLESTON, S. C. NINTH GRADE ZANA ALMONY JACKSONVILLE, FLA. GRACE McGOWAN LAURENS, S. C. SARA REEL AUGUSTA, GA. CHRISTINE SHELLEY SELLERS, S. C. ROSALYN VANCE PLUMTREE, N. C. CAROLINE GEIGER ANDERSON, S. C. SOPHOMORES ShIP m Anderson College Anderson, South Carolina January 17, 1945 To You, Members of Who ' s Who: Duchess Marcus, Joan King, Drucilla Searcy, Betty Dickson, Peggy Picklesimer, and Jackie Cooper Congratulations! Due to the fact that you have been outstanding in character, leadership, and scholarship during your Anderson College days and proved that you possess potentialities of future usefulness to business and society, your Alma Mater has conferred upon you this distinct honor and is looking to you to write a counting part of the history of the next generation. As you and the other members of our 1944-45 college family go forth to have a vital part in helping to rebuild a war-torn world, you are going to find that this task of social engineering will require not only the courage, the optimism, and the idealism of youth, but breadth of thinking, enlargement of vision, and enrichment of spirit. Toward such training your Alma Mater is dedicated and is, therefore, ex- pecting through you to realize tangible results from her training efforts. As you go forth into a world of great need, I commend to you a philosophy which, if followed, is able to transform your drudgery into dreams and your trials into triumphs. Though you be the best prepared person and lack this constituent, you cannot make the contribution to humanity which will be expected of you. It is this: " Gotta Get a Glory. " Archibald Rutledge, in one of his books, tells of a Negro ferryman who ran his boat on a South Carolina river. The engine of the vessel was always kept spotless and shiny and every appointment in perfect condition. This was such an unusual state for a craft of this kind to be kept that the author in- quired of the man how it came about that he kept everything so clean and neat, and his reply was, " I got a glory. " Berton Braley has caught from this ferryman ' s reply a thought and penned it thus: ft Oh, you gotta get a glory in the work you do, A hallelujah chorus in the heart of you, Paint, or tell a story, sing or shovel coal, But you gotta get a glory or the job lacks soul. Oh, Lord, give me a glory, And a workman ' s pride, For you gotta get a glory Or you ' re dead inside. My wish for each of you is that you may " get a glory, " wherever your path may lead arid in whatever work your hands find to do, and that your life may be crowned with eternal glory. Faithfully yours, ELSIE ]. RAGSDALE Dean of Women 40 WHO ' S WHO (J-oan JVincj Jsucliess Mt areas 41 WHO ' S 1 1 I m ; lL| Hi 1 4 5 ' ' ' K " : fi3 " O ' Mf " V BJ H S » T « i 1 jl ■ i ■ i S ' ■■- ' ■■■ jM Jjethj JJickson JsrucLLLa Searcy JKlP- 1 IP 1 M jtfitM B hluteoifk 42 WHO 1 [eldest, esimer Jackie (cooper 43 BAPTIST STUDENT PRESIDENT MEMBERS Carolyn Williams President Margaret Eable First Vice-President Iris Fouche Second Vice-President Ruby Cook Third Vice-President Juanita Davis Secretary Melba Brannon Treasurer Barbara Walker Reporter Laura Jackson B. T. U. Representative Ruth Barnett Y. W. A. Representative Mildred Bolding S. S. Representative Ruby Easterly .... Magazine Representative Jackie Cooper . . . Day Student Representative Martha Holroyd . . . Methodist Representative Harriet Barton . . . Presbyterian Representative Joan King . . Student Government Representative Katherine Able ...... Business Manager Marianna Bigham Music Leader Mrs. Mildred Clinkscales Sponsor SPONSOR The Baptist Student Union serves as a link between the church and the col- lege. It gives the student opportunities for spiritual experiences which are often neglected in the rush of campus life. One of the many inspiring devotional programs given by the B. S. U. throughout the year. Among these are: Morning Watch, Y. W. A., Sunrise Service, and the Prayer Service for the Missionaries. Students also contribute their time to the Mission downtown. 44 UNION COUNCIL hEuS I HBH y — - — — — , — ± t_ I vHk k mL Jfl Dinner in the dinette at the Pre- school Retreat. During the three days before school opened, the Baptist Student Council members met to make plans for the year. With the assistance of Mrs. Clinkscales, open forums were held in which each member discussed the ivork for which she was responsible. A walking advertisement for THE BAPTIST STUDENT at the maga- zine sale. This was held during orien- tation week to solicit subscriptions for the Baptist young people ' s maga- zine. Throughout the year other re- ligious literature was distributed for devotional purposes. Off to the B. S. U. Convention at Columbia, South Carolina. In the fall twenty-five delegates from Anderson College attended the annual South Carolina Baptist Convention along with hundreds of other students from different colleges. The delegates were privileged to hear many promi- ment speakers such as Governor Johnson, William Hall Preston, and Dr. M. T. Rankin. STUDENT GOVERN RESIDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Joan King President Katherine Able Vice-President Vivian Nations Secretary Ruby Cook Treasurer Juanita Davis House President, East Ruth Barnett House President, West Edith Pettigrew Fire Chief Duchess Marcus, Marrianna Bigham .... Representatives 46 MENT ASSOCIATION TOWN COUNCIL OFFICERS Peggy Picklesimer President Jackie Cooper Vice-President Bobrie Manly Secretary Mary Jean Manly Treasurer Babbie Mauldin, Carol Campbell, Marrianna Bigham Class Representatives 47 CollegiAnnes The self-governing members of the Student Government Associations who are bound by the Honor System: Town CollegiAnnes Peggy Picklesimer Jackie Cooper Bobbie Manly Mary Jean Manly Babbie Mauldin Carol Campbell Mayme Earle Bell Annie Frances Blackmail Hazel Brown Margaret Earle Dorothy Sue Greer Margaret Hall Martha Holroyd Mary Sue Jones Roberta Keaton Betty Kelly Evelyn Moore Marcelle Morris Sara Wardlaw Irene Watson Irene White Resident CollegiAnnes Joan King Katherine Able Vivian Nations Ruby Cook Ruth Bamett Juanita Davis Edith Pettigrew Duchess Marcus Marianna Bigham Dorotha Lee Atkinson Harriet Barton Mildred Bolding Melba Brannon Frances Campbell Irmaline Campbell Betty Dickson Ruby Easterly Annie Mae Edge Essie Lee Ellis Iris Fouche Vera Grainger Mercedes Grail Laura Jackson Mary Louise Jordan Rose Littlefield Marjorie Mack Anna Dean Moore Myra Perry Edith Plunkett Drucilla Searcy Barbara Walker Iris White Edith Wiles Carolyn Williams June Hylton Helen Jenkins Dorothy Wells Rosalvnn Vance 48 secretary Annie Frances Blackman president Jackie Cooper vice-president Marianna Bigham J i treasurer Margaret Earle SPONSOR Kathryn Copeland PHI THETA KAPPA The Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor scholarship society corresponding to the Phi Beta Kappa for four-year colleges. A student to be eligible must be within the scholastic upper ten per cent of the students enrolled in the colle- giate department. Dorothy Sue Greer Duchess Marcus Rose Littlefield Barbara Walker 49 president Martha Linney vice-president Vivian Nations secretary Borbie Manly SPONSOR Margaret Linney ALPHA PI EPSILON Alpha Pi Epsilon is the national honorary secretarial society for colleges. Its chief purpose is to professionalize the status of the college-trained secretary. The Sigma Chapter, organized at Anderson College in 1941, is the only chap- ter of this national organization in South Carolina. Hazel Brown Carol Campbell Frances Campbell Ruby Cook Juanita Davis Mercedes Grall Mary Jean Manly June Hylton Evelyn Moore Betty Kelly Peggy Picklesimer Joan King Sara Wardlaw 50 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS President Marianna Bigham Vice-President Maegaeet Eable Secretary Rose Littlefield Treasurer . Jackie Cooper Sponsor ...... Mrs. Clifford Brown The International Relations Club is a charter member of the Southern Association and is one of the chief extra-curricular activities. Monthly meetings are held to study international prob- lems with occasional socials and intercollegiate gatherings. MEMBERS Katherine Able Mamye Earle Bell Marianna Bigham Annie Frances Blackmail Juanice Cooper Margaret Earle Rose Littlefield Duchess Marcus Laura Jackson Iris White 51 THE COMME Sponsor OFFICERS President Ruby Cook Vice-President Vivian Nations Secretary Edna Faye Odom Treasurer Frances Campbell Social Chairman June Hylton Sponsor Margaret Linney The Commercial Club is composed of students registered in the Commercial Department. At the monthly meetings varied programs are presented and prob- lems relating to the commercial field are discussed. Its purpose is to encourage students to become excellent stenographers and business women. 52 RCIAL CLUB MEMBERS Margaret Linney Mary Major Burris Martha Linney Ruby Cook Juanita Davis Josephine Coker Eloise Moore Emogene Cochran Doris Bird Hazel Moore Annie Mae Edge Norene Denny Nancy Huff Ann McMillian Annie Ruth Alewine Lena Mae Vance Mable Freeland Mercedes Grail Frances Campbell Margaret McFaddin Josephine Watford Vivian Nations Ruby Easterly Corrie Lee Benton Vera Grainger Betty Bennett Annie Laura Wright Elbe Mae McCreight Rebecca Poole Kay Salley Marcelle McAdams Pauline Cole Betty Nevill Edna Faye Odom Sybil Rainey Joyce Johnston Cara Mae Hensley Jerry Edwards Alice Tumblin Hazel Franks Carol Campbell Joan King Martha Ballenger Georgia Brown Katrina Williams Mildred Strickland June Hylton Dorothy Copeland Betty Ann Hilliard Kathleen ScuiTy Edith Plunkett Betty Kelly Sara Rochester Betty Thames Dorothy Wells Doris Wilson Bobbie Manly Mary Jean Manly Peggy Picklesimer Mvra Bradford 53 JUNIOR HOMEMAKERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President Iris Fouche Vice-President Duchess Marcus Secretary and Treasurer Irene Watson Sponsor Julia B. Taylor The junior Homemakers Association is the newest organization on the cam- pus. The letters J. H. A. stand for the qualities that are to be found in every good homemaker: Judgment, Health, and Achievement. MEMBERS Louise Able Betty Ann Allison Sybil Bagwell Delree Brown Anne Ladd Mildred Dewese Frances Dorsett Marjorie Giles Grace Griffith Jean Musgrove Mary Sue Jones Hazel White Helen Barrett Clemontine Dawson Aimee Dunwody Christine Shelley Martha Jane Snow 54 SPEECH DEPARTMENT Nancy Anderson Martha Ballenger Virginia Beard Ethelfred Blackman Parniee Brown Frances Burnette Jacqueline Denny Dorothv Ferguson Sibyl Atkins Virginia Beard Jacqueline Denny SPEECH ABTS Wilton E. Hall Frank Jones Betty Nesbit Maca Powell Maxine Richardson Nelle Simpson Carolyn Williams Felice Wright Lillian Fowler RADIO SPEECH Frances Anne Lewis Jo Anne Matthews Frank Jones Edith Wales Gertrude T. Pratt sponsor Dorothy Lou Ashley Sibyl Atkins Helen Barrett Corrie Lee Benton Mildred Bolding Hazel Brown Frances Burnette Frances Campbell lrmaline Campbell Pauline Crowley Jacqueline Denny Betty Dickson Margaret Earle Essie Lee Ellis PUBLIC SPEAKING Frances Ellison Lillian Fowler Vera Grainger Miriam Hamilton Martha Hohoyd Frank Jones Edna Dawn Kelly Anne Ladd Frances Anne Lewis Rose Littlefield Suzanne Lorens Mary Matheson Jo Ann Matthews Reba McCracken Grace McGowan Vivian Nations Marcelle N orris Betty Nesbit Willie Margaret Peace Edith Pettigrew Katie Richardson Dorothy Smith Betty Thames Barbara Walker Eugenia Watts Edith Wiles Katrina Williams Maxine Richardson 55 ±± X £%%Al± «■ ■ «p ' P " ||iv. — •_. GLEE CLUB ANDERSON COLLEGE OFFICERS Mabianxa Bigham President Business Manager Katharine Culver L KLULLA OtAHL.1 UlldUUZSZ L l sponsor MEMBERS Anna Ruth Alewine Jeanne Hollowell Myra Perry Glenna Ange Mary Hovvland Dolores Sanders Harriet Barton June Hylton Drucilla Searcy Marianna Bigham Helen Jenkins Helen Smith Evelyn Burrell Roberta Keaton Jean Vermillion Betty Ducworth Betty Kelly Barbara Walker Ellen Dugger Joan King Helen Williams Aimee Dunwody Frances Lollis Carolyn Williams Jeanie Ferrier Suzanne Lorens Iris White Estelle Fugate Joy McNamara Felice Wright Gloria Gove Mary Jean Martin Helen Bryson Betty Hilliard Willie Margaret Peace 56 Humperdinch ' s fairy opera, " Hansel and Gretel " , presented by members of the Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Katharine Culyer. 57 Scene from the Drama Club ' s first production of the 1945 season, " Seven Sisters " ; a gay romantic comedy which was directed by Dorothy Townsend and Roy Brown. Cast of the Drama Club ' s " Letters to Lucerne " , presented in the college auditorium under the direction of Dorothy Townsend. " A drama of honest emotion, written in the deepest sincerity, and much of it is lovely and moving. " — New York Herald-Tribune. 58 DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS Iris Fouche President Carolyn Williams Vice-President Harriet Bartox Secretary Drucilla Searcy Treasurer Duchess Marcus Business Manager Dorothy S. Townsend Sponsor MEMBERS Betty Ann Allison Glenna Ange Anne Bagwell Harriet Barton Helen Bryson Jackie Cooper Clemontine Dawson Betty Dickson Aimee Dunwody Peggy Fant Jeanie Ferrier Estelle Fugate Iris Fouche Anita Gilbert Margaret Hall Jeanne Hollowell Martha Holroyd Mary Howland Anne Ladd Frances Ann Lewis Duchess Marcus Ellie Mae McCreight Joy McNamara Edith Pettigrew Drucilla Searcy Dorothy Wells Carolyn Williams Hazel White Felice Wright June Hylton Alice Tumblin Helen Jenkins Joan King Mercedes Grail Iris White Mary Jane Engel 59 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB OFFICERS President Glenna Ange Vice-President Iris White Secretary Nancy Huff Treasurer Norene Denny Sponsor Helen Williams Students living outside of the State of South Car- olina compose the membership of the Cosmopolitan Club. It is a social club, which meets once a month, with programs in charge of students representing their home state. Zana Almony Glenna Ange Anne Bagwell Helen Barret Ollie May Burrell Frances Burnette Georgia Brown Nancy Dewey Mary Dewey Jean DuBose Clemontine Dawson Jacqueline Denny Aimee Dunwody MEMBERS Norene Denny Mildred Dewese Frances Dorsett Jacqueline Duggan Mary Jane Engel Anita Gilbert Gloria Gove Carrie Mae Hensley Jeanne Hollowell Mary Howland Nancy Huff June Hylton Laura Jackson Betty Lambert Anne Ladd Frances Anne Lewis Duchess Marcus Joy McNamara Betty Nesbitt Betty Pinson Sarah Reel Martha Robinson Rosalynn Vance Dorothy Wells Katrina Williams Anjoy Franklin 60 TOWN CLUB OFFICERS President Peggy Picklesimer Vice-President .... Jackie Cooper Secretary Bobbie Manly Treasurer Mary ' Jean Manly Sponsor Margaret Linney The Town Club is an organization of all off- campus students. Semi-monthly meetings are held. Campus and community projects are sponsored from time to time. The Club helps to unite this large group of students and to direct their campus activities. At the close of the year, the organization presents a valuable gift to the college. 6! TOWN Irene White Betty Kelly Dorothy Sue Greer Irene Watson Miriam Hamilton Annie Frances Blackman Mayme Earle Bell Roberta Keaton Martha Acker 62 CLUB Virginia Beard Myrtle McCombs Babbie Mauldin Enzull Gilbeath Jackie Ballentine Kate Bowers Doris Ann Noblitt Peggy Fant Martha Mitchell Grace Griffith 63 TOWN Margaret Earle, Martha Holroyd, Mary Sue Jones, Carol Campbell, Margaret Hall Ruby Carlton Ellen Stathakis Hazel White Hazel King Norma Ivester Wilma Lawson 64 CLUB Sara Wahdlaw, Norma Ivester, Hazel Brown, Evelyn Moore v - .f : . , „-.,„ „ wm Agnes Sellars, Sara Jean Locke Sara Jo Snead, Helen Williams Mildred Wall, Myra Bradford Betty Ducworth Betty Ann Allison Willie Margaret Peace Hazel White Martha McCombs 65 THE YODLER Walker Campbell Copeland EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Babbara Walker Associate Editor Mary Sue Jones Literary Editor Martha Linney Feature Editor Jeanie Ferrier Sports Editor Betty Dickson Sponsor Kathryn Copeland The Yodler, the college newspaper, is published monthly by the students. Writing for publication affords opportunity for experience to those who are in- terested in journalism. The South Carolina College Press convention was held on the campus this year. 66 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .... Carol Campbell Advertising Assistants .... Betty Clark, Jacqueline Denny, Gloria Gove, Edith Pettigrew, Babbie Mauldin, Nelle Simp- son Circulation Manager .... Jackie Cooper Assistants . Kate Bowers, Cara Mae Hensley Typists . . . Melba Brannon, Buby Cook, Juanita Davis STAFF WBITEBS Glenna Ange, Dorothy Lou Ashely, Norene Denny, June Hylton, Jo Ann Mathews, Jean Vermillion, Felice Wright. SOUTH CABOLINA COLLEGE PBESS OFFICEBS Barbara Walker, President; Mary Sue Jones, Vice-President; Carol Campbell, Treas- urer; Martha Linney, Corresponding Secretary; Buby Cook, Recording Secretary. 67 COLUMNS Iris Duchess Jeanie EDITORIAL STAFF Duchess Marcus, Editor Iris Fouche, Associate Editor Jeanie Ferrier, Literary Editor Mary Jean Manly, Sports Editor Drucilla Searcy, Photograph Editor Mary Jane Engel, Art Editor M.artha Linney, Sponsor BUSINESS STAFF Bobbie Manly, Business Manager Iris White, Assistant Business Mgr. Jackie Ballentine, Advertising Mgr. 68 Mary Jean 1945 Dhucilla ADVERTISING STAFF Edith Pettigrew Marjorie Giles Kathleen Scurry Melba Brannon Jeanne Hollowell June Hylton Hazel White Ruby Carlton Betty Dickson Estelle Fugate Mary Jane TYPISTS Alice Tumblin Ruby Easterly Mary Jordon 69 JOHN M. KING SPONSORED BY JOAN KING President of Resident Council JOHNNY B. MARCUS SPONSORED BY DUCHESS MARCUS Editor of the Columns 6 % JAMES A. WILLIAMS SPONSORED BY CAROLYN WILLIAMS President of B. S. U. Council LANIER GREENWAY SPONSORED BY PEGGY PICKLESIMER President of Town Association EUGENE MANLY SPONSORED BY BOBBIE MANLY Business Mgr. of the Columns i k ' • 5 « 4 ■ - 1 Wk v k " " V 70 JIM LONG SPONSORED BY BETTY DICKSON President of Woman ' s Athletic Association CLARENCE E. FOUCHE SPONSORED BY IRIS FOUCHE President of Drama Club and J. H. A. % % H. M. COOK SPONSORED BY RUBY COOK President of Commercial Club LOUIS A. GIVENS, JR. SPONSORED BY DRUCILLA SEARCY President of Sophomore Class JAMES LEON COCHRAN SPONSORED BY BARBARA WALKER Editor of " The Yodler " 71 6 % JOHN C. OATFIELD SPONSORED BY FRANCES DORSETT President of Freshman Class THEO. E. AGUGLIA SPONSORED BY GLENNA ANGE President of Cosmopolitan Club JAMES HOYT PINSON SPONSORED BY BETTY JEAN PINSON President of High School Department JOE HARBIN SPONSORED BY JACKIE COOPER President of Phi Theta Kappa DAN M. LAFOY SPONSORED BY - MARIANNA BIGHAM President of Glee Club and I. R. C. 72 3 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION o The purpose of this Association is to encourage love for play that will per- sist in post college clays and to develop sportsmanship and a healthful attitude toward living. The W. A. A. sponsors tournaments and competitive games be- tween the classes in hockey, soccer, volley ball, basketball, baseball, track, ten- nis, ring tennis, ping-pong, badminton, horseshoe-pitching, shuffleboard, hockey- golf, and archery. Its recreational calendar includes carnivals, parties, bicycling, supper hikes, skating, tumbling, and acrobatic exhibitions. A well worked out point system provides a means of awarding letters for participation in athletics. • •--•- P i 74 W. A. A. OFFICERS President Betty Dickson Vice-President Bobbie Manly Secretary Drucilla Searcy Treasurer Duchess Marcus Business Manager Alice Tumblin Recording Manager Harriet Barton Sponsor Ethel Brown afcS MP • • -cW :5b : I !ii 75 HOCKEY One, Click! Two, Click! Three, Click! —and the Sophomores have the ball. Look at that girl dribble down the field— she passed the ball— they ' re almost to the strik- ing circle— Hurrah! The Freshman team has the ball— more passing and dribbling. They are playing real hockey today! BASKETBALL Another great winter sport is baske tball. The thrill of an ac- curate shot— the pride in a perfect goal. Teamwork and mental agility are required to get the ball within range of the goal. 77 ARCHERY It ' s a bulls eye! After A. C. girls have had their training, they make those ar- rows fly right in the bull ' s eye, too. It helps to get that posture that you love and it ' s lots of fun. SKATING Skating is a sport we all like. If you fall, it ' s still fun— mostly for others. It only re- quires a few bumps! PING-PONG There is a time for all things— even ping- pong! It ' s loads of fun— and the girls at A. C. really go for it in a big way. 78 TENNIS A racquet, some balls, a pair of tennis shoes, and some shorts —that ' s all you need for the ex- citing game of tennis! SOFTBALL When spring comes, girls at A. C. get the softball fever instead of the spring fever! 79 Jnarloyi Marihi MAY QUEEN 1 ' diie Jvae t arle MAID OF HONOR j v .V| - , V VC; ' i m$ ' - ' f ■ . ' ' ? :v ■; -i - ;„ ,» v. t« flr ■ ' ' 4 ■ ' ■ 1 g . j j jfr ■ $ as « ' -« 9 ' • " m m ,- w ■£ ti ' ' ajyfo K £ aKf _g Sk r Hi V ' 1 ' afflPW 1. 1. i up ..nHH ' Ignw, ™ ■ ■ ' «w»qHpfclp|!f ,»»«■., a JHciif Kjowri of 80 W. A. A. ACTIVITIES Just . . . Driftin Along . . . Bottoms Up . . . Happy Morons . Problem Child . . . EH? . . . Playmates Tight Squeeze . Ace in the Hole! . . . Our . Big Game . . . All mouth . . . The pause that refreshes . . . Glamour plus . . . " Cannon Packin Mama " . . . Cold feet . . . No cheating . . . Snow Queen JUST OFF HAND 82 ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, S. C. Ideal: " A healthy Christian gentlewoman doing her work accurately, completely, and happily. An accredited Junior College offering terminal and transfer courses leading to the Associate in Arts degree. Buildings and equipment are unexcelled. Dormitories are spacious and modern with private baths. Library and laboratories are splendidly equipped. • • • TRANSFER AND TERMINAL COURSES Liberal and Fine Arts Music: Piano, Voice. Violin, Organ Dramatics and Radio Dramatics Speech and Radio Speech Home Economics and Home Furnishings Secretarial and Medical Secretarial Pre-nursing and Laboratory Technician Primary and Elementary Teachers Physical Education ANNIE D. DENMARK, President 83 GIVE ANDERSON FLOWERS " A little of the sweet fragrance remains in the hand of the giver. " Compliments of KRESS 5-10-25 Cents SMITH ' S CUT RATE DRUG STORE iion Main St. Anderson, s. c. Compliments of HARRILL ' S CLOTHING ANDERSON AUTO PARTS 508 S. Main St. Anderson, S. C. Compliments of ORR-GRAY DRUG CO. Compliments of THE JEWEL SHOP Compliments of McLESKEY-TODD DRUG CO. Compliments of McLELLAN 84 The MAYFAIR GRILL Most Modem Restaurant in Anderson, South Carolina Compliments of GALLANT-BELK CO. YELLOW CAB CO. Telephones 108 and 1300 Anderson, South Carolina Compliments of SUGGS INSURANCE CO. EAGLE FURNITURE COMPANY Your Best for a Bargain On the Square Anderson, South Carolina CONVERSE COLLEGE Spartanburg, S. C. An outstanding Liberal Arts College for Women. Progressive in educational program. Rick in fine traditions. A notable school of music with a faculty of concert artists. Eight- Week Summer Term June 12 to August 4 A full academic curriculum besides the compre- hensive courses offered by the School of Music. Write for information. Address E. M. Gwathmey, President Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. Buy More War Bonds 85 CAROLINA MOTOR BUS LINES PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION Telephone l6t6 D. O. Dunlap, Manager Anderson, S. C. Buy Your SWEATERS AND SKIRTS at MARTHA PARK 1 12 E. Benson Street Phone 346 Anderson, S. C. Pee Gee Paints A Southern Made Paint for Southern Climate Sold By SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY Anderson, S. C. Serving in This Section Over 54 Years DUKE POWER ELECTRICITY CO. The t Servant in the Home GREENVILLE, S. C. Found e di836 FURMAN UNIVERSITY John Laney Plyler, President Opportunities tor Cultural Growth, Development in Christian Living, and Pre- Prolessional 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 Course Groupings. Fifteen Weeks Summer Session Beginning June 1 Offers Opportunity to Make Fifteen Semester Hours. For Catalogue Write R. N. Daniel, Eula Barton, Dean of Men ' s College. Acting Dean of Woman s College. 86 Refresh Yourself ' DRINK $%, Delicious and Refreshing Shop and Save BAILES at 107 S. Main Phone 472 Compliments of LEON L RICE Compliments of PURITY LUNCH Compliments of SUMMERUN BRINSON Dry Cleaners McDOUGALD-BLECKLEY MORTUARY Anderson, S. C. Lady Attendant Phone 378 For Automobile Loans See PEOPLE ' S SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY Compliments of ANDERSON FERTILIZER CO. EAT PONDERS ICE CREAM The Taste Tells Phone 155 Compliments of DAFFODIL BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone 342 Miss Polly Ewing, Mgr. Compliments of MRS. J. PAT O ' NEAL COAL CO. You are always welcome at THE SODA SHOP S7 Meet Your Friends AT COCHRAN ' s Anderson ' s Popular Jewelry Store For 54 Years Your Jewelers Carolina s Largest and Best Anderson Greenville Greenwood Compliments of ANDERSON CREAMERY DAIRY ELECTRIC CITY PRINTING CO. HONE 111 17 A: NDERSON. S. C. Compliments oj STATE THEATER " Better Be Safe Than Sorry LAWRENCE AND BROWNLEE INSURANCE RICHARDSON AUTO SERVICE 116 E. Orr Street Phone 84 Anderson, S. C. Compliments of DAVIS FLORAL CO. Phone 101 Complimejits of EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Compliments of STANDARD DRUG CO. PEOPLES PHARMACY " A Cut Rate Drug Store ' Phone 636 Anderson, S. C. Compliments of GREER ' S ICE CREAM STORE Benson Street McKEE SHOE SHOP Fine Shoe Repairing 1 1 1 W. Benson St. Anderson B. F Johnson Phone 1817 THE CHICKEN HOUSE 134 West Benson Street Baby Chicks Feed Supplies 88 Murchisoists, Inc. Men s Apparel A NDERSON , s. c. CAROLINA PRODUCE CO. Fruits and Vegetables Phone 334-335 CANNON SHOE STORE The oldest and exclusive shoe store in Anderson RANKIN ' S AUTO STORE S. Main St. Anderson, S. C. RUBENSTEIN ' S Exclusive Apparel 204 S. Main Anderson, S. C. Compliments of STAR DRY CLEANING CO. Compliments of J. B. FARMER INSURANCE Compliments of HORTON FARMER CO. Ge eneral Insurance SAM HAMLET Cleaners 107 S. McDuffie Street MCLEES BROS . Jewelers A NDERSON, SoUl ■ H C A R O L I N A 89 Cotton Freshness for Fighting Trim Trie Gossett Mills are supplying a large variety of textil es for the Army, Navy ana other wartime uses, as well as scores of civilian needs. The type varies, out the quality is always the highest. Gossett Mills Anderson, S. C. Calhoun Mills Calhoun Falls, S. C. ChADWICK - HoSKINS COMPANY Charlotte, N. C. Martinsville Cotton Mill Co., Inc. Martinsville, Va. MANUFACTU RERS OF Army Twills Rayon Fabrics Voiles BroadclotKs Spun Rayon Suitings Surgical Gauze Combed and Carded Cotton Duck Spun Rayon Suitings Lawns Sheetings Print Clotns Jeans Pongees Combed and Carded Sales lam Bleaching — Dyeing — Mercerizing — Finis hing B. B. Gossett President and Treasurer 1117 Johnston Bldg. — Charlotte, N. C. 90 Play the game right . . . WITH A JEFFERSON STANDARD POLICY Lots of athletic contests are won before the whistle blows. That s because the strategy is well planned and ' provisions are made for emergencies. The right way to play the game of life is to think not only ot today, but to plan for the uncertainties of tomorrow. Set up your goal: — ' plan for your future with a Jefferson Standard policy. Your Jefferson Standard agent will be glad to help you work out the details. Why not ask your father or mother to call him in for a huddle today. LOUIS A. GIVENS District Manager 3rd Floor Bleckley Building Anderson, S. C. Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. Home Office Greensboro, N. C. 91 ALTMAN PRINTING COMPANY Anderson, South Carolina R. U. ALTMAN V. R. ALTMAN M. T. ALTMAN 113 Townsend Street Phone 160 Compliments of J. M. BISHOP, JR. The Gentleman From Minyards J-o yut c t-iivetL uetj- The students of Anderson College wish to take this opportunity to thank each or our advertisers ior his kind cooperation in making this year- book possible. 92 THE HOUSE OF QUALITY ESTABLISHED 1844 CsXow enters its Secona Csenturu of Service with faith ana confidence ana pteacjes to its patrons continued proqress, unexcettea service ana personat attention 1844 A CENTURY GF SERVICE - 1944 The R. L. Bryan Company COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL PRINTERS BOOKSELLERS • STATIONERS • SCHOOL SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES • PRINTERS • BINDERS • RULERS Columbia, South Carolina 93 L 1 i J bru i-aldri stud IDS 4 OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 1945 COLUMNS COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION BRYN-ALAN STUDIOS 420 W. LAFAYETTE ST. :-: TAMPA 2, FLORIDA (Price List Senl on Request for Additional Portraits from Annual Poses) 94 Ofuiograpks 95 Cfutocjrapks 96


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