Anderson College - Columns / Sororian Yearbook (Anderson, SC)
- Class of 1946
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3E3B3B3E3B3B3B3E 3E3B3ESE DONATED TO ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY BY KATHRYN COPELAND FORMER DEAN OF ANDERSON COLLEGE 3SBQQBSBBBBBBBSai €£ e 1 94 6 llliIBift Trances Cfnne Mzewls, oditor-in-Cskief Jjusbms -Mantiqer ,.:.. Foreword WE WERE BORN REEKED IN THE ODORS OF DISASTROUS WAR. SECURE AS WE WERE, THE VAPORS OF ITS HORROR AND UGLINESS SETTLED ABOUT US SMOTHERING OUT GAIETY AND JOYOUS LIVING AND FORCING ON US STINGING H FARTS, SMILES THAT NEVER COMPLETELY BROKE FORTH AND THOUGHTS THAT WERE COLD AND GREY. THERE WAS NO TIME FOR PLAY AND PLAY WAS FAR FROM THE MINDS OF EACH OF US. BUT A PEACE HAS COME TO US— A PEACE THAT MAY BE OURS TO HOLD OR THAT MAY BE SWEPT FROM US. THE IDEA OF PEACE FILLS OUR HEARTS AND MINDS AND THE DESIRE FOR IT BURNS IN US. WE YEARN FOR WORLD PEACE, PEACE FOR OUR OWN COUNTRY, FOR OUR HOMES, FOR OUR HEARTS. IT IS THE YOUTH WHO NEVER AGITATED WAR WHO MUST ACCEPT THE CONSEQUENCES. IF THERE IS ANOTHER WAR, IT WILL BE OF OUR OWN MAKING. THAT WE MUST STRUT. AGAINST. OUR BEAUTIFUL, NEW, UNPREDICTABLE PEACE MUST BE COAXED TO MAKE IT SUCH A PART OF US, SO IMBEDDED IN OUR LIVES, THAT IT WILL PROVIDE A HERITAGE FOR OUR DESCENDANTS THAT NO FORCE CAN BREAK AWAY. IT IS THIS SPIRIT OF PEACE THAT BELONGS TO US AND TO ANDERSON COLLEGE THAT WE OF THE COLUMNS HAVE TRIED TO CATCH IN THE PAGES THAT FOLLOW. yl Lu l atk ' cun L av eland. Dedication A GRACEFUL FIGURE WALKING BRISKLY DOWN THE HALL ... A MANNER SO CALM THAT IT SPREADS PEACE THROUGH- OUT THE SCHOOL ... A WAY OF SAYING " NO " THAT NEVER OFFENDS ... A SMILE THAT CAN COMFORT, A SMILE THAT CAN CHEER ... AN UNFAILING MEMORY OF FACES AND FACTS ... AN ENDLESS KNOWLEDGE OF LITERATURE ... A WILLING- NESS TO WORK THAT CAUSES LIGHTS TO BURN LATE ... A MIND AND HEART THAT WORK IN UNISON ... A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION TO FAERY STUDENT ... A PERSON WHO IS LOVED BY ALL, OUR DEAN, MISS KATHRYN COPELAND. ANDE COLL EAST DORM TORY RSON EGE THE COLUMNS THE ADMINISTR ATION BUILDING W •»? mffw !HHfr-v r ■ i " $£-? % DR. ANNIE DOVE DENMARK During our two years here, we have learned to love Anderson College. It is impossible to love the College without loving Dr. Denmark who has been the powerful influence in its successful development. She is a per- sonality who will long be remembered as a guide and a friend to the hundreds of young women who have made this their temporary home. Administration Kathryn Copkland Dean of the College ENGLISH, BIBLE Grace L. Cronkhite Dean of Music PIANO, ORGAN, THEORY f m Claire Lucas Student Counselor PSYCHOLOGY, ENCLISH Elizabeth Tribble Registrar Faculty The faculty is made up of those persons to whom we can turn for advice and guidance in our academic work and extra-curricular activities. In them we have found helpers whose foresight we can admire and whose decision we can respect. We, through daily association, have found much reason for great pride in our faculty. Sara Anderson home economics Merritt Edward Boui.ware ART Helen Gould Brandon history, sociology Faculty Mary Major Burriss secretarial science Clifford Jordan Brown librarian, history, enclish Frances Campbell secretary ' . to the president Ruby Cook assistant to the dean Katharine Culyer voice and solfeggio director of glee club Faculty Juanita Davis assistant to the dean Mamie Harrison physical education Caroline Hendricks science Mary Lou Mulkey nurse Rosa Catherine Paschal mathematics, education Vivian Nations assistant in secretarial science 12 Faculty Jean Pinner dramatic art, speech Gertrude Tuli.ar Pratt HOSTESS Dorothy i ' rl-h ENGLISH Carrie Sharp Sali.a MATRON Webb von Hasseln modern languages, violin Helen Smith piano, music appreciation 13 CLASSES V, A . f First Rozv: Ruby, Frances, Mary, Kathleen. Second Row: Lucia, Jean OFFICERS • Frances Dorsett, President . . . Ruby Carlton, Vice-President . . . Kathleen Scurry, Secretary . . . Mary Dewey, Treasurer . . . Mamie Harrison, Sponsor . . . Faith Smith, Mascot, Faith Miss Harrison 16 The Sophomore Ckss We have been together for two wonderful, gay, sometimes sad, and surprise-filled years. As we look back we wonder how two years could pass so quickly and yet have so much crowded into them. The first time roommates met . . . trying to find your ways around . . . those strictly formal receptions with Dr. Denmark as the lovely and gracious hostess . . . saying good-bye at Christmas vacations ... all the little things you could find to tell each other . . . covered transoms during exam week . . . the Yodler scoops . . . singing Happy Birthday in the dining room . . . Sophomore Class meetings . . . songs echoing in the halls . . . " You Got To Accentuate the Positive " . . . " How Little We Know " . . . " Hong Kong Blues " . . . bull sessions from midnight on . . . Miss Cronkhite presenting her students in recitals . . . long walks in the after- noons . . . humiliation when the Freshmen won the hockey games . . . the Cake Walks at the Halloween Carnivals . . . getting the Columns to press . . . May Day in all its splendor . . . Sophomore activities under Miss Harrison ' s watchful eye . . . Class Day . . . Commencement with tearful farewells . . . These are the things that are imprinted in our hearts by the magic hand of good fellowship and love. These are the things that will live with us forever. Louise Able saluda, s. c. Anna Ruth Alevvine taylors, s. c. Glenna Ange plymouth, n. c. 17 SOPHOMORES Dorothy Ashley williamston, s. c. Candy Banks norfolk, va. Delree Brown anderson, s. c. Sybil Atkins GREER, S. C. Jacqueline Ballentine anderson, s. c. Frances Burnette richmond, va. Sybil Bagwell pelzer, s. c Doris Bird inman, s. c Ollie Mae Burrell lake toxoway, n. c. »-c -e- - - -•-« S P H M R E S ==; Ruby Carlton anderson, s. c. Josephine Coker pelzer, s. c. Nancy Dewey asheville, n. c. Sybil Ann Caudell anderson, s. c. Dorothy Copeland manning, s. c. Frances Dorsett rocky mount, n. c. Betty Clark delray beach, fla. Mary Dewey asheville, n. c. Frances Ellison williamston, s. c. 19 :::::::::::::::::: S P HOMO R E S :::::::::::::::::::::r: ::: JuANITA EnTREKIN anderson, s. c. Marjorie Giles spartanburg, s. c. Mildred Hamby mountain rest, s. c. Obena Few CREER, S. C. Enzull Gilreath anderson, s. c. Alberta Hartnett charleston, s. c. Hazel Franks anderson, s. c. Gloria Gove delray beach, fla. Jeanne Hollowell rocky mount, n. c. 20 -r -=n= SOPHOMORES : Helen Holmes anderson, s. c. Edna Dawn Kelly townville, s. c. WlLMA LAWSON SANDY SPRINGS, S. C. Norma Ivester anderson, s. c. Hazel King anderson, s. c. Frances Anne Lewis scotland neck, n. c. Paul Jennings anderson, s. c. Lucia Anne King anderson, s. c Mary Jean Martin westminster, s. c. 21 ™ SOPHOMORES Odessa Martin galivants ferry, s. c. Reba McCracken marion, s. c. Wilma Miller galivants ferry, s. c. Mary Matheson fair play, s. c. Ellie Mae McCreicht ninety six, s. c. Mary Mitchell pendleton, s. c. Myrtle McCombs anderson, s. c. Stella McGuire long creek, s. c. Hazel Moore anderson, s. c. 22 :r::: :::: SOPHOMORES -»«» -»» «•»» -♦■- ♦ ♦--•--♦ ' ♦-♦ • -•- Willie Margaret Peace anderson, s. c. Sarah Rochester salem, s. c. Mary Frances Sease charleston, s. c Sybil Rainey STARR, S. C. Kathleen Scurry saluda, s. c Sara Jo Snead anderson, s. c. Katie Richardson gresham, s. c. Helen Sease charleston, s. c. Ellen Stathakis anderson, s. c. 23 SOPHOMORES :- " --- Ruth Strange wellford, s. c. Jean Vermillion ware shoai.s, s. c. Mildred Strickland starr, s. c. Hazel White anderson, s. c. Lena Mae Vance belton, s. c. Audrey Williams walhalla, s. c. SPECIAL STUDENTS [ean Seitz mt. carmel, ill. Nancy Pryor Walters ridcecrest, n. c 24 25 We Give You JESSIE LOUISE ABLE . . . " Geeze " . . . President of the J. H. A. . . . Business Manager of B. S. U. . . . doesn ' t gossip . . . blonde waves . . . friendly. ANNA RUTH ALEWINE . . . genteel . . . B. S. U. Council . . . " Anne " . . . torch for blond sailor . . .CollegiAnne . . . curly hair . . . sweet face. GLENNA McCORMICK ANGE . . . Phi Theta Kappa . . . Associate Editor of Yodler . . . loves extreme play clothes . . . deep thinker . . . lots of fun . . . clever . . . Glee Club . . . Student Government. DOROTHY ASHLEY . . . congenial . . . CollegiAnne . . . bright eyes . . . school teacher . . . friendly. SYBIL ATKINS . . . CollegiAnne . . . lots of fun . . . never a dull moment . . . W. A. A. . . . likes a certain fellow. SYBIL BAGWELL . . . Secretary of J. H. A. . . . " One thing 1 dislike is gossip " , unquote . . . sociable. JAC- QUELINE BALLENTINE . . . " Jackie " . . . lively . . . blithe . . . amiable . . . Marshal. MATTIE BANKS II . . . " Candy " . . Delta Psi Omega . . . fond of travel . . . photogenic . . . effective . . . cute . . . true friend . . . Glee Club . . . full of fun . . . sweet. DORIS BIRD . . . " Birdie " . . . good worker, cooperative . . . Yodler and Columns staff . . . friendly to all. DELREE BROWN . . . everybody ' s buddy . . . always some- thing nice to say . . . J. H. A. officer . . ' . " Rhapsody in Blue. " ELEANOR FRANCES BURNETTE . . . Student Government . . . sports hound . . . " Fran " . . . Business Manager of Yodler ... W. A. A. OLLIE MAE BURRELL . . . musical . . . friendly . . . dark eyes . . . J. H. A. . . . industrious . . . movie fan . . . liked by all. RUBY VIRGINIA CARLTON . . . gadabout . . . Student Government . . . swimming . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Short V sweet. SYBIL ANN CAUDELL . . . Student Government . . . W. A. A. . . . CollegiAnne . . . friendly eyes . . . likes Church work. BETTY CLARK . . . " Betsy Baby " ... Phi Theta Kappa— Vice-President . . . Editor of Yodler . . . teller of corny jokes . . . slim ' n ' trim . . . those shoes . . . loved by all. JOSEPHINE COKER . . . " Jo " . . . Student Government . . . Circulation Manager of Yodler . . dry wit . . . cute pug nose . . . hepcat. DOROTHY COPELAND . . . quiet but loads of fun . . . sincere . . . everybody ' s pal . . . Com mercial Club. MARY DEWEY . . . Class officer . . . flirt . . . B. S. U. . . . Advertising Manager of Columns . . . Where ' s Nancy? . . . " Dancing in the Dark " . . . gift of gab. FRANCES BLANCHE DORSETT ... a winning smile . . . versatile . . . President Freshman Class, and Sophomore Class . . . Student Council . . . " Frankie " . . . lovable . . . " Who ' s Who " . MARY FRANCES ELLISON . . . " Frankie " . . . natural beauty . . . caters to friendliness . . . one of our town girls . . . Speech Club. JUANITA ENTREKIN . . . " Nita " . . . lovely black hair . . . dark ' n ' darling . . . tall men . . . Commercial Club . . . CollegiAnne. OBENA FEW . . . cute nose . . . can ' t endure noisy people . . . loves music . . . CollegiAnne . . . quiet, sincere, petite. HAZEL FRANKS . . . blonde . . . blue eyes . . . pleasing per- sonality ... J. H. A. MAJORIE GILES . . . J. H. A. . . . everybody ' s pal . . . loads of fun. MARY ENZULL GILREATH . . . " Dink " . . . theater fiend . . . Social Standards Board . . . Commercial Club. GLORIA GOVE . . . prettv, popular and poised . . . Student Government President . . . Phi Theta Kappa President . . . Florida tan . . . May Queen. MILDRED AGNES HAMBY . . . dependable . . . sweet V quiet . . . J. H. A. . . . Y. W. A. . . . blue eyes. ALBERTA HARTNETT . . . " Berta " . . . Charlestonian drawl coffee fiend . . . CollegiAnne . . . loves to dance . . . sweet face . . . Commercial Club. ELIZABETH JEANNE HOLLOWELL . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . Vice-President . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . personality smile . . . dislikes bossy people . . . " Jack " . . . strawberry blonde . . . Figaro. NORMA IVESTER . . . Gen ' s gal . . . freckles are ti.ven to her . . . Student Government . . . black bangs . . . chatterbox. HELEN HOLMES . . . J. H. A. . . . Commercial Club . . . loves hot dogs . . . pretty complexion. EDNA DAWN KELLY . . . puts nothing off, puts it over . . . " Dawnie " . . . President of B. S. U. . . . Secretary of Stu- 26 The Sophomores dent Government . . . " Do you really? " . . . willing and winning. HAZEL KING . . . timid . . . Town Student Government . . . loves music . . . wrinkles nose when she laughs . . . Commercial Club. LUCIA ANNE KING . . . " Suzanne " . . . stately . . . Town Marshal tor Sophomores . . . Commercial Club . . one man (at Clemson) woman. WILMA LAWSON . . . tall gal . . . dancing wizard . . . " Blondie " . . devours hot fudge sundaes . . . Columns star! ' . FRANCES ANNE LEWIS . . . Editor of Columns . . Student Government . . . " Who ' s Who " . . . unpredictable hair-dos . . . May Court . . . grows on you . . fun to be with . . . sweet face . . . attractive. MARY JEAN MARTIN . . . hmmm that voice . . . Column Staff . . . loves to sing . . . Glee Club . . . Commercial Club . . . witty . . . clever personality. ODESSA MARTIN . . . " Dessa " . . . B. S. U. . . . Athletic . . . Goal-shooter in basketball . . . reliable and resource- ful. MARY MATHESON . . . " Mac " . . . Speech Club . . . loves to go places and do things . . . frank and truthful. MYRTLE McCOMBS . . . " Mac " . . . curly hair even in the rain . . . Town Club . . . dislikes jealousy . . . hockey. REBA McCRACKEN . . . " Bunny Bear " . . . friend to all . . . blue eyes . . . W. A. A. . . . Recorder . . . B. S. U. ELLIE MAE McCREIGHT . . . " Ellie " . . . " Who ' s Who " . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon President . . . Drama Club President . . . Maid of Honor . . . Council Member . . . immaculate . . . peaceable and gentle . . . dislikes bugies. STELLA McGLURE ... J. H. A. . . . CollegiAnne . . . eats apples . . . great bowler . . . friendly . . . W. A. A. WILMA MILLER . . . W. A. A. . . . CollegiAnne . . . attractive . . . witty . . . friendly. MARY CATHERINE MITCHELL . . . " Maiscy Ann " . . . oranges . . . Town Club . . . B. S. L 1 . . . . clever. HAZEL MOORE . . . small ' n ' smart . . . another candy eater . . . Commercial Club . . . CollegiAnne. WILLIE MARGARET PEACE . . . " Bill " . . . good sport . . . Glee Club . . . Social Standards Board . . . town representative . . . dislikes bugs. SYBIL AN- NETTE RAINEY . . . Commercial Club . . . got a yearning for paratroopers . . . W. A. A. ... a little, cute girl . . . long eyelashes. KATIE RICHARDSON . . . " Kit " . . . charitable and kind . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Columns . . . gorgeous smile . . . twinkling eyes. SARA FRANCES ROCHESTER . . . an officer of the Commercial Club . . . Vice-President of Y. W. A. . . . loves the social whirl . . . considerate. KATHLEEN SCURRY . . . " Kathy " . . . likes her men . . . Secretary of Sophomore Class . . . Bom- bardiers interest her . . . " Hurry Scurrv " . HELEN SEASE . . . W. A. A. . . . crazy ' n ' cute . . . " Sea- sie " . . . Captain ' s woman . . . personality. MARY FRANCES SEASE . . . " Fran " . . . pensive . . . foot- ball player worshipper . . . short ' n ' sly. SARA JO SNEAD . . . " Dink " . . . sweet ' n ' nice . . . Town Club . . . censors dirty jokes . . . CollegiAnne . . . beautiful hair. ELLEN JOHN STATHAKIS . . . laughable and lovable . . . initiative . . . " Stack " . . . President of Town Club and Council. RUTH STRANGE . . . thoughtful . . . Glee Club . . . industrious . . . dislikes working on Caledonia . . . CollegiAnne. MILDRED ELIZABETH STRICKLAND . . . cute V cunning . . . demure . . . caters to candy . . . Commercial Club ... W. A. A. LENA MAE VANCE . . . " Teena " . . . that Navy . . . Commercial Club . . . agreeable . . . curly locks. MARTHA JEAN VERMILLION . . . President of Glee Club . . . detests " gum poppers " . . . friendly and helpful . . .those brown waves . . . B. S. U. Council. HAZEL WHITE . . . " White " . . . Treasurer of Town Club and Council . . . personality plus . . . always in a rush? AUDREY EDITH WILLIAMS . . . Y. W. A. . . . quiet . . . CollegiAnne . . . likes only one. JEAN SEITZ . . . Black hair — blue eyes combination . . . " Kitty " . . . delicate . . . song bird . . . can live without parsnips . . . Glee Club. NANCY PRYOR WALTERS . . . winning personality . . . B. S. U. Council . . . dislikes short men and adolescents . . . loves flying and plane men . . . Vice-President Commercial Club. 27 First Rozl : Frances. Second Rozt : Hilda, Helen, Dorothy, Patricia OFFICERS • Frances Lollis, President . . . Dorothy Wilder, Vice-President . . . Patricia Powell, Secretary . . . Hilda King and Helen Kluttz, Marshals . . . Jean Pinner, Sponsor . . . Alice Brown, Mascot. Miss Pinner Altce 28 The Freshman Class September eighteenth, nineteen forty-five . . . handbooks on the house . . . what course should I taker . . . Oh, " Dreams " . . . Talent Show with freshman priority . . . aching legs . . . Crook Banquet . . . Sophomore Reception . . . Christmas First Night . . . Yule logs . . . Vespers . . . parties, parties, everywhere . . . Christmas vacation . . . New Year ' s resolutions . . . exa ms . . . blue books . . . Founders ' Day . . . Freshman Reception . . . Mav Day . . . Adjusted at last . . . Sophomore elect . . . Carmen Avery greenville, s. c. Mary Etta Bailey jamestown, penn. Phyllis May Bailey jamestown, penn. Alice Baker florence, s. c. Anita Ballenger anderson, s. c. Aileen Barksdale whiteville, n. c. Irene Bell calhoun falls, s. c. 29 -:::r:::r:nrr::::n FRESHMEN Geneva Brooks six mile, s. c. Mary Eleanor Brown iva, s. c. Mary Thelma Brown anderson, s. c. Penny Burke leaksville, n. c. Gladys Camp INMAN, S. C. Betty Jo Campbell calhoun falls, s. c. Evelyn Campbell anderson, s. c. Barbara Casey w1lliamston, s. c. Beatrice Clamp anderson, s. c. Jean Clark tampa, fla. Carol Clayton columbia, s. c. Iva Bryson Cook iva, s. c Mildred Cooke galivants ferry, s. c. Jean Cox atlanta, ga. Marilla Cox calhoun falls, s. c. 30 :::::::::::::::t:::::::n:::::: fR ESHM EN Elizabeth Cunningham greenville, s. c. Olivia Daccs dacusville, s. c. Joann Daniel lexington, va. Ruth Daniels alcolu, s. c. Ruby Davis williamston, s. c. Jean Drennon anderson, s. c. Elizabeth Erskine anderson, s. c. Juanita Frederick anderson, s. c. Jean Futch ware shoals, s. c. Etherleen Garrison anderson, s. c. Mary Gillenwater appalachia, va. Mary Gilreatii inm n, s. c. Ruth Goodson darlington, s. c. Elizabeth Harbin greenville, s. c. Rose Lee Hege advance, n. c. FKESHMEN - ♦-♦-■«-■•-» Roy Holliday anderson, s. c. Margaret Hendricks liberty, s. c. Margaret Hinkle winter haven, fla. Irene Hinton warrenton, ca. Leora Hood GREER, S. C. Mary Louise Hood aurora, mo. Sxrah Hooker greenville, s. c. Mary Ruth Hyatt PAULINE, s. c. Rosine Johns LODGE, S. C. Myra Johnson galivants ferry, s. c. Ei.lene Jordan pei.zer, s. c. Joyce Johnston shelby, n. c. Dorothy Kates anderson, s. c. Helen Kluttz easley, s. c. Elinor King belton, s. c. 32 FHESHMEN Hilda King anderson, s. c. Mary Anne Land seneca, s. c. Frances Lollis greenville, s. c. Doris Martin anderson, s. c. Nelle Martin pendleton, s. c. Eloise Matheson mountain rest, s. c. Marcelle McAdams abbeville, s. c. Dorothy McGarvey pritchardville, s. c. Dorothy McKee anderson, s. c Sybil Moore anderson, s. c. Jessie Lee Mlill anderson, s. c. Gail Newton worcester, mass. Rachael Owen anderson, s. c Georgia Parasho anderson, s. c Leona Parker aynor, s. c. 33 z: - FRESHMEN " Martha Pettigri w STARR, 5. C. Juanita Poole GREER, S. C. Kathleen Powell goldsboro, n. c. Patricia Powell anderson, s. c. Nell Rose Price wolfton, s. c. Margaret Riley anderson, s. c. Vivian Robins greenville, s. c. Barbara Robinson benton, ark. Myrtle Dean Roe anderson, s. c. Anita Sanders benton, ark. Joseph Shipp anderson, s. c. Jean Sires new london, conn. Alice Smith LANDRl ' M, S. C. Emma Jean Smith anderson, s. c. Evelyn Smith bishopville, s. c. 34 -::tn:t::n FUESHMEN ► ♦♦♦♦-♦-•--•-•--•-« Helen Snyder manning, s. c. Mary Stathakis anderson, s. c. Dorothy Stewart sunset, s. c. Vivian Talley Seneca, s. c. Ruby Thompson princeton, w. va. Betty Vaughn GREER, S. C. Doreen Watson belton, s. c. Mary Jane Watson anderson, s. c. Dorothy Wilder anderson, s. c. Katrina Williams chipley, fla. Mary Reda Williams fairfax, s. c. Linda Wilson walhalla, s. c. Ramona Wilson wampee, s. c. Vivian Wright anderson, s. c La Rue Witt anderson, s. c. 36 37 Clemontine. Ann, Natalie, and Estelle Jacqueline Miss Burrell HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS Estelle Fugate, President Ann Johnson, Vice-President Natalie Berry, Secretary Clemontine Dawson, Treasurer Evelyn Burrell, Sponsor Jacql ' eline Castleeerry, Mascot Arrived the nineteenth . . . homesick r Uh, huh . . . new faces . . . roommates and suitemates . . . mad dashes . . . wrong class . . . Miss Burrell . . . " those Clemson men! " . . . " special " talks . . . Dean ' s office . . . Why? . . . cutting bangs! . . . towel, close window, open door, leave light on . . . Eair Week . . . " filly " . . . October day . . . Christmas presents . . . chaperoned dates! . . . pretty formals . . . intricate permissions . . . what, vacation so soonr . . . When ' s the earliest bus for: . . . until next fall . . . 38 The Senior Class 1 Anne Bagwell, Durham, N. C.j Natalie Berry, Atlantic City, N. J.; Joy Brown, Newberry, S. C. ; Jeanne Bush, Richmond, Va.; Joan Calfee, Fort Royal, Va. Clemontine Dawson, Montgomery, Ala.; Ellen Dugger, Denbigh, Va.; Aimee Dunwody, Savannah, Ga.; Estelle Fugate, Pompano, Fla.; Carolyn Gills, Richmond, Va. Mary Howland, Richmond, Va.; Waltine Hylton, Raleigh, N. C. ; Ann Johnson, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Lucille Kimpton, Pensacola, Fla.; Joyce Mathews, Atlanta, Ga. 39 •SFN OfiS First Rozc: Frances McColl, Toronto, Canada; Joy McNamara, Rochester, N. Y. ; Nancy Norwood, Charlotte, N. C. ; Dixie Person, Columbia, S. C; Patricia Power, Atlanta, Ga.; Second Rozc; Mary Virginia Rathburn, Waynesboro, Va.; Sarah Reel, Augusta, Ga. ; Carolyn Seawright, Savannah, Ga.; Patricia Seawright, Savannah, Ga.; Betty Jo Tinsley, Miami, Fla. ; Third Rozc: Dorothy Jane Webb, Memphis, Tenn. As to ihc Seniors THELMA ANNE BAGWELL . . . Vice-President of NATALIE LOUISE BERRY . . . " Nat " . . . cute . . . quiet, dignified . . . blonde hair . . . popular . . . " Bush " . . . friends galore . . . versatile and original . frank and open . . . good dancer . . . Cosmopolitan Clu School Class . . . " Clem " . . . self-starter . . . dancing smile . . . Glee Club . . . loves good fun and good food DUNWODY . . . loves Mavfair steaks and tall blon ESTELLE LOUISE FUGATE . . . good-looking bio CAROLYN LLOYD GILLS . . . " Gills " . . . Cosmop suite 231. MARY AGNEW HOWLAND . . . " Boot . . . stage smitten. WALTINE HYLTON . . . " Tin CollegiAnne. ANN JOHNSON . . . picture of beaut unior Class . . . Yoiler staff . . . " The Man I Love " . . " . . CollegiAnne . . . J. H. A. . . . Rov. JOY BROWN Cosmopolitan Club. JEANNE SHIRLEY BUSH . . . . . senior superlative. ' jOAN CALFEE . . . " Joe " . . . b. CLEMONTINE DAWSON . . . Treasurer of High genius . . . " Bob " . ELLEN DUGGER . . . contagious . . . constantly saying " aboot! " AIMF.E ELIZABETH ds from N. J. . . . " Sande " . . . Delta Psi Omega. nde . . . " Jo " . . . President of High School Department, olitan Club . . . full of pep and vigor . . . likes fun in . . President of Delta Psi Omega . . . unpredictable a " . . . sweet and friendly smile . . . Dramatic Club . . . v . . . Vice-President of the Senior Class . . . music- 40 lover and Clemson. DORIS LUCILLE KIMPTON . . . " Mitzie " . . . an individualist . . . senior super- lative . . . loves airplanes and carrots. JOYCE MATHEWS . . . striking looks . . . Drama Club . . . her peeve: rats; her love: skinny people. FRANCES McCOLL . . . " Canada " , definitely English . . . lovable. JOY RITA McNAMARA . ' . . " Punky " . . . Vice-President of Cosmopolitan Club ... loves to sing. NANCY NORWOOD . . . CollegiAnne . . . loves Clemson dances and milk. DIXIE PERSON . . . blonde and pretty . . . J. H. A. . . . yearning for blond men and mail. PATRICIA POWER . . . " Pat " . . . pretty smile . . . adores classical music ' . . . President of Cosmopolitan Club. MARY VIRGINIA RATHBURN . . . ' Commercial Club . . . " Skippy " " Virginny drawl " . SARA REEL . . . " Sarahy " . . . May Court . . . modeling material. CAROLYN SEA WRIGHT . . . one of the twins . . . J. H. A. . . . crazv about the South . . . loves airplanes and cats. PATRICIA SEAWR1GHT ... the other half . . . " Patsy " . ' . . J. H. A. . . . unenthusiastic over homework and milk. BETTY JO TINSLEY . . . easy to get along with . . . " foe " . . . loves plenty of mail and fried chicken. DOROTHY JANE WEBB . . . ' " Dotty " . . . Drama Club " . . . Likes " Bill " , skating and dancing . . . detests stubborn people . . . radiant red hair . . . Cosmopolitan Club. The junior Class First Rote: Joyce Chandler, Greenville, S. C. ; Anita Firesheets, Hinton, W. Va.; Ann Holman, Timmonsville, S, C. Shirley Kalb, Baltimore, Md.; Lois Miller, Sterling Junction, Mass.; Milka Mitseff, Springfield, Ohio; Second Rote: Ann Paris, Richmond, Va.; Patricia Podesta, New York, N. Y.; Christine Shelley, Sellers, S. C; Betty Smith, Atlanta, Ga. ; Rosalynn Vance, Plumtree, N. C. A Sop fi omo re Charlotte Hailey Hartwell, Ga. 41 SEN S U P E R L Jeanne ' Bush FRIENDLIEST I OR ATIVES Lucille Kimpton MOST INTELLECTUAL Sfe 43 44 45 ACTIVITIES m ■4 f m a ? CK ■In m ' ■ " ■ ' ■• :Jtt ' Baptist Student OFFICERS Edna Dawn Kelly President Hazel White First Vice-President Nancy Dewey Second Vice-President Jean Vermillion Third Vice-President Frances Burnette Secretary Katie Richardson Treasurer [ean Drennon B. T. U. Representative Mary Reda Williams Y. W. A. Representative )ackie Ballentine Methodist Representative Mary Dewey Presbyterian Representative Sybil Ann Caudell Day Student Representative Frances Dorsett Magazine Representative Anna Ruth Alewine Sunday School Representative Gloria Gove Student Government Representative Nancy Pryor Walters Music Director Josephine Coker Reporter Louise Able Business Manager Mrs. Mildred B. Clinkscales Sponsor We love to get together 48 Union Council ih, Baptist S u.l, ul Clinkscales The Baptist Student Union of Anderson College serves as a strong link between the church and the college students. It offers an attractive, challenging, organized pro- gram for the student life. Among its activities are daily morning watch, interest- ing chapel programs, monthly Y. W. A. meetings, and sunshine sister week, all of which provides wholesome entertainment for the students. At state and south-wide conferences there is an opportunity of meeting students from other campuses. Kelly Morning Watch Student Govern OFFICERS President Gloria Gove Vice-President Frances Anne Lewis Secretary Edna Dawn Kelly Treasurer Betty Clark House President of East Ellie Mae McCreight House President of West Josephine Coker Sophomore Representative Glenna Ance Sophomore Representative Frances Dorsett High School Representative Aimee Dunwody Fire Chief Frances Burnette 50 ment Association OFFICERS President Ellen Stathakis Vice-President Ruby Carlton Secretary Sybil Ann Caudell Treasurer Hazel White Sophomore Representative Norma Ivester Sophomore Representative Hazel King SI ColleeiAnnes The students who arc bound bv the Honor System at Anderson College are called CollegiAnnes; thev have greater responsibilities than the students under Student Government regulations only, and also additional prerogatives. CollegiAnnes at their induction sign a pledge of self-government, and keep the signed card upon their doors as a constant reminder of their responsi- bilities. Each CollegiAnne is bound bv honor not only to keep the college regulations herself, but also to maintain the college standards at a high ethical level. 52 Phi Theta Kappa OFFICERS President Gloria Gove Vice-President Betty Clark Secretary Frances A. Lewis Treasurer Glenna Ance The highest achievement for an Anderson College student who is enrolled in a liberal arts course is to receive a bid from the Beta Pi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor scholarship society corresponding to Phi Beta Kappa for four-year colleges. To be eligible a student must be within the scholastic upper ten per cent, of the students enrolled in the collegiate department. The aim of Phi Theta Kappa is to promote scholarship, develop character, and cultivate fellowship among the stu- dents. In carrying out the aim of the organization the members participate in chapel and radio programs and in social events such as banquets and theater parties. Kathryn Copeland SPONSOR 53 Alpha Pi Epsilon OFFICERS President Ellie Mae McCreight Vice-President Ellen Stathakis Secretary-Treasurer Ruby Carlton Sponsor Vivian Nations Stonsor Alpha Pi Epsilon is a national honorary society for students displaying superior achievement in Secretarial Science. The purpose of the society is to stimulate an active interest in secretarial subjects and vocations; to foster and promote a high standard of achievement in scholarship; and to keep alive the highest ideals in this held of work. Membership in this society is restricted to students of superior scholarship, personality, and character. 54 International Relations Club OFFICERS President Gloria Gove Vice-President Betty Clark Secretary and Treasurer Glenna Ange Program Chairman Frances Anne Lewis Assistant Program Chairman Mary Dewey Sponsor Helen Gould Brandon The International Relations Club is a charter member of the Southern Association and is one of the extra-curricular activities. Monthly meetings are held to study inter- national problems. After the years of war and now the peace that is being organized by the leaders of the different countries, the I. R. C. is being provided with dynamic opportunities for constructive studies and programs. The Club is provided with books on international relations by the Carnegie Endow- ment for International Peace. These books are available to all students of the college. 55 Delta Psi Omeea In January of this year Anderson College was granted a charter by the Grand Cast ol Delta Psi Omega, a national honorary dramatic fraternity. This is one of the largest fraternities of its kind in existence. The aims of Delta Psi Omega are encouraging dramatic talent and cultivating a taste for the best in drama. To wear the pin of Delta Psi is the highest honor available in the dramatic activities of the college. The installation service, a banquet and sponsoring of " Ladies in Retire- ment " , a mid-season production, were the highlights of the cast ' s activities. OFFICERS President Mary Howland Vice-President |oy McNamara Secretary Jeanne Bush Sfonsor Jean Pinner MEMBERS Candy Banks II, Jeanne Bush, Aimee Dunwody, Estelle Fugate, Jeanne Hollowell, Mary Howland, Joy McNamara, Ellie Mae McCreight, Patricia Power. 56 Junior Homemakers Association The Junior Homemakers Association, organized in 19+4, is composed of girls who are outstanding in the field of Home Economics. The members are chosen according to scholastic ability, leadership, and interest in this field. OFFICERS President Louise Able Vice-President Frances Dorsett Secretary Sybil Bagwell Treasurer Delree Brown Sponsor Miss Anderson MEMBERS Louise Able, Sybil Bagwell, Delree Brown, Ollie Mae Burrell, Clemontine Dawson, Frances Dorsett, Aimee Dunwody, Marjorie Giles, Mildred Hamby, Stella McGuire, Christine Shelley, Rosalynn Vance. 57 Commercial Club The Commercial Club is composed of students en- rolled in the Commercial Department. The Club proposes to encourage its members to become competent secretaries and to develop judgment and discrimination, so important in every position. Monthly meetings are held to discuss problems related to the commercial field. Sponsor OFFICERS President Josephine Coxer Vice-President Nancy Walters Secretary-Treasurer . . . Sara Rochester Social Chairman ' Nancy Dewey Sponsor Mary Major Burriss 58 Aileen Barksdale Irene Bell Evelyn Campbell Josephine Coker Iva Cook Dorothy Copeland Elizabeth Cunningham Mary Dewey Nancy Dewey Elizabeth Erskine Ruth Goodson Alberta Hartnett Margaret Hinkle MEMBERS Helen Holmes Leora Hood Mary Ruth Hyatt Rosine Johns Ellene Jordan Dorothy Kates Helen Kluttz Nelle Martin Milka Mitseff Hazel Moore Marcelle McAdams Frances McColl Martha Pettigrew Kathleen Powell Sybil Rainev Sara Rochester Christine Shelley |ean Sires Helen Snyder Ruth Strange Mildred Strickland Lena Mae Vance Betty Vaughn Nancy Walters Doreen Watson Man ' Reda Williams 59 Clee OFFICERS President Jean Vermillion Vice-President Anna Ruth Alewine Business Manager Glenna Ance Director Katharine Culyer Accompanist Mrs. Alex Skelton First Soprano Second Soprano Anna Ruth Alewine Penny Burke Glenna Ange Jeanne Bush Candy Banks Joan Daniel Aimee Dunwody F.llen Dugger Marv Howland Gloria Gove Mary [ean Martin Charlotte Hailey Vivian Robins Elizabeth Harbin Jean Seitz Jeanne Hollowell 60 Club Helen KluttZ Frances Lollis Dorothy McGarvcy Joy McNamara Linda Wilson Alio Miss Evelyn Burrell Joan Calfee Juanita Frederick Mary Louise Hood Willie Margaret Peace Ruth fphnson Strange Jean Vermillion Sextet 61 Anderson College Players The purpose of the Anderson College Players is to provide .1 training ground for students who .tre interested in Dramatic Art. Students who are skilled in staging, lighting, make-up, and costuming, as well as in stage performance, are invited to join this organization. " The Fighting Littles " , a three-act comedy, was sponsored by the Anderson College Players in the first semester of this year. OFFICERS President Ella Mae McCreicht Vice-President Jean Hollowell Secretary Hazel White Treasurer Candy Banks 62 " THE FIGHTING LITTLES " 63 Cosmopolitan Club OFFICERS Pic si de ut Patricia Power Vice-President Rosalvnn Vance Secretary Jeanne Hollowell Treasurer ' Jean Cox Sponsor- Rosa Paschal MEMBERS Glenna Ange, Anne Bagwell, Mary Etta Bailey, Phyllis May Bailey, Candy Banks, Ailecn Barksdalc, Natalie Berrv, Penny Burke, Frances Burnette, OUie Mae Burrell, Jeanne Bush, Joan Calfee, Betty Clark, ]ean Clark, Jean Cox, Joann Daniel, Clemontine Dawson, Mary Dewey, Nancy Dewey, Dorothy Dodd, Frances Dorsett, Ellen Dugger, Aimee Dunwody, Estclle Fugate, Mary Gillenwater, Carolyn Gills, Gloria Gove, Marv Hammond, Rosa Lee Hege, Irene Hinton, Jeanne Hollowell, Mary Louise Hood, Mary Howland, Waltine Hvlton, Ann Johnson, Joyce Johnston, Shirley Kalb, Lucille Kimpton, Frances Anne Lewis, Joyce Mathews, Frances McColl, Joy McNamara, Lois Miller, Milka Mitseff, Gail Newton, Nancy Norwood, Anne Paris, Patricia Power, Patricia Podesta, Kathleen Powell, Mary Virginia Rathburn, Sarah Reel, Carolyn Seawright, Patricia Seawright, Jeanne Seitz, Jean Sires, Betty Jo Tinsley, Rosalvnn Vance, Nancy Walters, Dorothy Webb, Katrina Williams, Lila Wills. The out-of-state girls form, the Cosmopolitan Club. Monthly meetings are held at which the girls enjov programs about the various states represented and occasional guest speakers. Some of the activities of the club include theater parties, breakfast hikes, and sight-seeing tours. 64. Town Club OFFICERS President Ellen Statiiakis Mice-President Ruby Carlton Secretary Sybil Ann Caudell Treasurer Hazel White Sponsor Hortense Lavvson Miss Lav Ellen, Hazel, Sybil Ann, Ruby 65 Town Club The Town Club is made up of non-resident students and is influential in their college life. It holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Mondays of each month to plan various entertainments and programs which it presents during the year. As a culmination of its activities, The Town Club presents a variety show in the college auditorium each spring, the cast being made up entirely of its members. At the close of the school session the Club presents the college with some valuable gift in remembrance of that particular class. 66 67 Town Loafing 68 69 Clark Burnette The Yoriler EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Betty Clark Associate Editor Glenna Ange Feature Editors Candy Banks, Etherleen Garrison Nezvs Editors Beatrice Clamp, Joyce Johnston Sports Editor Mary Dewey Editorial Associates . . . Ruby Cook, Mary Gilreath, Joseph Shipp Sponsor Kathryn Copeland CoPELAND Banks, Garrison, Johnston, Dewev, Clamp 70 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Frances Burnette Assistant Business Manager . . Dorothy Wilder Circulation Manager .... Josephine Coker Advertising Assistants . . . . ' . Anne Bagwell, Jean Drennon, Aimee Dunwody, Juanita Frederick, Mary Anne Land, Vivian Tai.i.ey Reporters and Typists Doris Bird, Delree Brown, Jeanne Blish, Nancy Dewey, Mary Hammond, Leora Hood, Mary Howland, Frances Lollis, Alice Yon, Frances Anne Lewis Cook, SHIPPj GlLREATH The YoJler, the college newspaper, is published monthly by the students. Writing for publication affords opportunity for experience to those who are interested in journalism. The Yodler is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and of the South Carolina College Press Association. It was rated " First Class — Excellent " for the second semester, 1944-1945, bv the Associated Collegiate Press. Brown, Yon, Hammond, Bush, Bird, Howland, Hood, Dewey, Lollis Coker, Wilder, Drennon, Dunwody, Frederick, Land, Bagwell, Talley 71 C EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Frances Anne Lewis Associate Editor Jacquelyn Ballentine Literary Editor Jean Cox Sports Editor Nancy Dewey Art Editor Ann Holman Sponsor Mary Major Burriss L U ADVERTISING STAFF Katie Richardson Doris Bird Aimee Dunwodv Joyce Johnston Beatrice Clamp Jeanne Bush Anne Bagwell Estelle Fugate Wilma Lawson Candv Banks 72 M N S BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Hazel White Assistant Business Manager Kathleen Scurry Advertising Manager Mary Dewey TYPISTS Mary Jean Martin Sara Rochester Irene Hinton Gloria Gove Glenna Ange Miss Burriss 73 FEATURES 74 m V5t r v %a , Hetty Chi ' -k WHO ' S 76 ZNjificy ' Dewey WHO 11 Frances T or sett WHO ' S 78 WHO mm T n, t-i ; ;- ■4 ?■. Qloria Qove 79 - Frances zAnnc Lewis WHO ' S 80 SlUe SS Lae 3 LcQreight WHO Ellen Statliakis WHO ' S 82 Hazel White WHO 83 lo- ' cta MAY QUEEN o-ve £4 May Day at Anderson 1946 First Row : Wilma Lawson, Patricia Power, Frances Anne Lewis, Lucia Ann King-, Edna Dawn Kelly. Second Rozv : Jackie Ballentine, Betty Clark, Elizabeth Cunningham, Joyce Mathews, Helen Kluttz, Patricia Powell, Gloria Gove, May Queen; Frances Ellison, Frances Lollis, Ellie Mae McCreig-ht, Jeanne Hollowell. Cllle Alae JI LCtelfLt MAID OF HONOR 85 BM. 2 c FRANKLIN A. GOVE SPONSORED BY GLORIA GOVE President of Resident Council Phi Theta Kappa J. R. C. PVT. PETE STATHAKIS SPONSORED BY ELLEN STATHAKIS President of Town Council Town Club CLIFTON W. LEWIS SPONSORED BY FRANCES ANNE LEWIS Editor of the Columns W. H. WHITE SPONSORED BY HAZEL WHITE Business Manager of the Columns 86 B. R. KELLY SPONSORED BY EDNA DAWN KELLY President of B. S. U. JEFF D. CLARK SPONSORED BY BETTY CLARK Editor of THE YODLER te eu S. 1 c JIM SISK SPONSORED BY NANCY DEWEY President ofW.A.A. t CPL. ROBERT J. VERMILLION SPONSORED BY JEAN VERMILLION President of Glee Club f I 87 SAMUEL W. McCREIGHT SPONSORED BY ELLIE MAE McCREIGHT President of Anderson College Players Alpha PI Efsilon LT. COL. W. A. HOWLAND SPONSORED BY MARY HOWLAND President of Delta Psi Omega WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN SPONSORED BY PATRICIA POWER President of Cosmopolitan Club CHARLES E. YEARGIN SPONSORED BY JOSEPHINE COKER President of Commercial Club 88 SGT. WILLIAM M. ABLE SPONSORED BY LOUISE ABLE President of J. H. A. F. R. DORSETT SPONSORED BY FRANCES DORSETT President of Sophomore Class te ett t CLYDE W. LOLLIS SPONSORED BY FRANCES LOLLIS President of Freshman Class ENSIGN MARION FUGATE SPONSORED BY ESTELLE FUGATE President of High School Department ' They Gave Their Lives That Freedom Should Not Perish. " 89 ATHLETICS f £ :l ;r a 7 . " ' . l «» «§ . ££ Women ' s Athletic OFFICERS President . Nancy Dewey Vice-President . Frances Bcrnette Secretary Frances Dorsett Treasurer Katie Richardson Business Manager . . . Mary Dewey Recorder Reba McCracken Sponsor Mamie Harrison £ Mary, Frances, Doris, Reba, Xascy, Katie, Frances Good sportsmanship and a love for play are the keynotes for this organization. The W. A. A. is the center of much of the activity on the college campus. Its recreational calendar includes the Halloween Carnival, game tournaments, supper hikes, parties, acrobatic exhibitions and May Day. Students are rewarded by the W. A. A. for exceptional participation in athletics by the pres- entation of letters. There ' s always fun to be had in the gym, on the athletic held or anywhere there are competitive sports and the W. A. A. 92 Association All of us Hold that pose! Take it easy! 93 HOCKEY It can be fun. A field hospital, good shin guards, and an opponent who knows golf from hockey is suggested. Freshman and sophomore competition in this field was keen. The Freshmen it seems outplayed the Sophomores. Black and blue shins |HB Pass it to the tcing Everybody ' s favorite? . . 94 BASKETBALL This is the winter favorite. Everyone looks forward to the basketball season at Anderson College. Although no outside games were scheduled this year, school spirit was high and competition tough. Spectacular shots Baggy gym suits . . . Worn out tennis shoes 95 SOFTBALL Who ' s bal? Is she safe or is she out is often the ques- tion? If you don ' t want to be unpopular you ' d better keep in practice and not be the unfortunate creature who makes the last out that puts the team in the field. You ' re out . . . 96 VOLLEYBALL Although the net often makes our hits detour and the opponent gains a point, or the serve goes out of bounds; volleyball is still ranked tops with the students. It calls for quick thinking and co- ordination. Huge confusion! Good bouncer . . . PING-PONG The ping-pong table is al- ways in demand because any- one can play and enjoy it. It requires little physical exer- tion. Come on, let ' s play a 97 TENNIS When spring comes you find the Anderson College girls around the tennis courts. Tennis is one of the campus favorites, and most all students are seen playing or try- ing to play at one time. Smashing drive? Race you to the fitly MBING Saturday afternoon is a great day in the life of this sport. A lump of sugar for the " horsie " , a stay on or bust attitude and the girls are off for a canter through the beautiful Anderson country- side. 98 99 ANDERSON GOLLEGE 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 LlBEEAL AND FlNE ARTS Music: Piano, Voice, Violin, Oegan Deamatics and Radio Dramatics Speech and Radio Speech Home Economics and Home Fuenishings Seceetaeial and Medical Seceetaeial Pee-nuesing and Pee-jouenalism Primary and Elementary Teachees Physical Education ANNIE D. DENMARK, President 100 You are on the Threshold Or Manhood and Womanhood. Soon you will be taking on greater responsibilities and obligations. Some of you will continue your education, while others will rind your places in the business world. Whatever your calling may be. a simple program of life insurance started at low cost while you are young will pave the way for greater things to come. Ownership of life insurance is a badge of char- acter. Think it over, then call on us for complete details. LOUIS A. GIVENS District Manager 31.3-15 Bleckley Bi.dg. Telephone 430 ANDERSOX, S. C. « • » Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. 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