Anderson College - Columns / Sororian Yearbook (Anderson, SC)

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iy? ..v w rm msim} - - L4f t ., v -t4 »«..-CCjb »( .yi: t -e f=- - c. C lie Stuaenh Uf ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA IrouoLij 1 resent 7 fe fioicMm V ' 7 FORE WORD " All I can do is urge you to regard friendship as the greatest thing in the world; for there is nothing so fits in with our nature, or is so exactly what we want in prosperity or adversity. " — Circro. For the past two years we have been studying academic subjects. Along with our lessons we were taught and encouraged to practice the greatest topic of all — friendship. Though the years pass and we grow older, the friendships we make during our college days will remain indelible in our mind for instant recall. That will be the true and pleasant value of our college friends. We will not be able to remember some names or some faces, but with a little reminder the old companions will be our adjec- tives of good times. Memories will continue as season follows season. It is with this spirit we present to you the 1947 Columns. - L-T. yniss Jyorotkif 1 ruill DEDICATION A TRIM FIGURE SEATED AT THE DESK ... EXQUISITE HANDS FOREVER ASSISTING . . . QUICKIsJE S OF APPRE- HENSION THAT NEVER LOSES SIGHT OF HUMOR . . . VERSATILENESS WITHOUT AN AFFECTED NATURE ... AN ARDENT COUNCILOR, MISS DOROTHY PRUITT. DR. ANNIE DOVE DENMARK For many of us this was the first time away from home. Without Dr. Denmark, a counselor to us, we would have lost much. She has watched and guided us through all of our experiences. It is to Dr. Denmark — the most charming of all ladies — to whom we offer our greatest friendship. ADMINISTRATION KATHRYN COPELAND Dean of the College GRACE L. CRONKHITE Dean oi Music PIANO, ORGAN, THEORY i CLAIRE LUCAS Student Counselor PSYCHOLOGY, ENGLISH ELIZABETH TRIBBLE Registrar BARNETT BOULWARE BROWN BRUCE BURRELL BURRISS CAMPBELL CLINKSCALES COOK COURTNEY CULYER DAVIS GATLIN JENNINGS MULKEY ORR PACE PASCHAL PRATT PRUITT SALLA SULLIVAN TODD VON HASSELN, H. VON HASSELN, W. FACULTY It is often hard to find a group of teachers who are both intelligent and understanding. We were fortu- nate to have been guided by a devoted and loving faculty — a faculty whose one aim was to see us all the way through — who seeing us tumble, helped us rise again. We thank them for their kindness and friendship, thereby helping us to become better college students. BARNETT, CAMILLA, B.S Physical Education BOULWARE, MERITT EDWARDS, A.B Art BROWN, CLIFFORD JORDAN, A.B.— South Carolina History, Librarian, Children ' s Literature BRUCE, ELIZABETH, A.B Assistant to Re gistrar BURRELL, EVELYN, A.B Preparatory Department BURRISS, MARY MAJOR, A. A., B.S Secretarial Science CAMPBELL, FRANCES Assistant in Secretarial Science, Secretary to President CLINKSCALES, SALLY, A.A., B.S Home Economics COOK, RUBY Assistant to Dean COURTNEY, BESS, A.B., B.M.T. Bible, English, Assistant Librarian CULYER, KATHARINE Director of Glee Club, Voice, Solfeggio DAVIS, JUANITA Assistant to Dean GATLIN, SARA, A.B , ' Speech, Dramatic Art JENNINGS, MALINDA, B.M Piano, Appreciation of Music MULKEY, MARY L, B.M ' . Nurse ORR, OLGA MARTIN Piano PACE, MILDRED, B.S., A.M . Science PASCHAL, ROSA, A.B., A.M ' Education, Mathematics PRATT, GERTRUDE T., A.B., B.O Hostess PRUITT, DOROTHY, A.B., B.S., M.A English SALLA, CARRIE SHARP Dormitory Supervisor SULLIVAN, MARY, A.B ' Housekeeper TODD, CYNTHIA, A.A., A.B. Assistant in Secretarial Science VON HASSELN, HENRY, A.A., A.B., A.M. English, History, Social Science VON HASSELN, WEBB, B.S Modern Languages, Violin n u n n ■ n no 12 AA i . ■ ♦ fif 8 ' 1«0y£ ! t tf . i ± " ' » » . " t t i ' ' I .. r«(s «5 «fii ' vi ::-%|s. j j ??t;» -« •fii!? PARASHO, CASTLEBERRY, HOOD, JORDAN, FUTCH, JACKSON SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS LEORA HOOD President HENRY CASTLEBERRY Vice-President TOM JACKSON Treasurer ELLENE JORDAN Secretary JEAN FUTCH Marshal GEORGIA PARASHO Marshal MALINDA JENNINGS Sponsor BARBARA DILLARD Mascot DOUGLAS CAMPBELL Mascot DILLARD. CAMPBELL JENNINGS 14 The SOPHOMORE CLASS To be able to present a pictorial panorama of our past two years would be superb. They have been fine years — filled with joys and disappointments. Remember that first day when we walked through the COLUMNS . . . Friday morning chapel programs . . . meeting those Clemson men . . . rat week . . . Dr. Denmark ' s talks . . . formal receptions . . . Sad Sack . . . picking daisies, daisies — and placing the chain. The summer passed — soon we were running up the stairs yelling " Gilreath " , " Coxie " . . . new facult y (?)... helping those poor little Freshmen — we feeling so big . . . " Yodler " dispatches . . . Chemistry labs . . . the new fair grounds . . . " To Each His Own " , " Rumors are Flying " hummed through the halls . . . English projects . . . drama club rehearsals . . . putting the Columns together . . . Christmas first night . . . class day . . . commencement and all was over. There are many more joyous times imbedded in our memory book, memories of grand college years. 15 PHYLLIS BAILEY 16 MORES GENEVA BROOKS 17 SOP HO MARY THELMA BROWN GLADYS CAMP MARY FRANCES CAMPBELL 19 BEATRICE CLAMP 20 OLIVIA DACUS 21 lUANITA FREDERICK 22 MORES MARY GILLENWATER 23 GAYLE HALL 24 MORES LEORA HOOD 25 SOPHO VARIETA HUNT 26 MORES i ELLENE JORDAN 27 HILDA KING 28 MORES DORIS MARTIN 29 SOPHO DOROTHY McGARVEY 30 MORES JESSIE LEE MULL 31 SOPHO GEORGIA PARASHO 32 NELL ROSE PRICE 33 .--A SOPHO MYRTLE DEAN ROE 34 MORES MARY STATHAKIS 35 V " - ' " NANCY TAYLOR 36 MORES RACHEL THORNTON 37 DOREEN WATSON 38 MORES LILA WILLS 39 SOPHOMORES ALICE YON 40 A PRAYER We ask no better things from thee Our God, Ruler of us all, Than living years of usefulness Until we hear thy call. Send us visions for the morrow; Make us worthy souls today, Growing stronger as we borrow Faith from thee to guide our way. Help us always, to learn to wait For the things the world can give. But in waiting may we nere ' be late To take the advantage which makes us live. Now as we leave, this one last thing We want to ask of you; That as we live and love and sing, God, make our dreams come true. —MARY GILREATH. ' Tho ' From Thy Halls Far Away We Wander, CARMEN AVERY . . . " Billie " . . . typist for " Yodler " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . ping-pong . . . full of life . . . " dem " clothes . . . MARY ETTA BAILEY . . . President of Anderson College Players . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . ring on her finger . . . PHYLLIS BAILEY . . . " Phil " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . " gadabout " . . . ALICE BAKER . . . " Bake " . . . B. S. U. Council . . . W. A. A. . . . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . IRENE BELL . . . President of Commercial Club . . . Student Council . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . basketball . . . dili- gent . . . GENEVA BROOKS . . . " Gennie " . . . Commercial Club . . . travel . . . Clemson . . . pleasant . . . ANNA DEAN BROWN . . . " Dee Dee " . . . Dramatic Club . . . Town Club . . . beach . . . Montreat transfer . . . MARY ELEANOR BROWN . . . " Buzz " . . . Commercial Club . . . Town Club . . . baseball . . . MARY THELMA BROWN . . . Town Club . . . Town Council . . . hates " blind dates " . . . ballet shoes . . . GLADYS CAMP . . . " Pug " . . . gum . . . I. R. C. . . . W. A. A. . . . friendly . . . social work . . . EVELYN CAMPBELL . . . Town Council . . . Home Economics Club . . . parties . . . sincere . . . MARY FRANCES CAMPBELL . . . " Fran " . . . Anderson College Players . . . Town Club . . . Commercial Club . . . theatre work . . . hates " red-hot " jazz . . . hopes to write short stories . . . SARA LEE CAMPBELL . . . Town Club . . . Commercial Club . . . examinations . . . quiet . . . HENRY LESTER CASTLEBERRY . . . " Hank " . . . Vice-President of Sophomore Class . . . Men ' s Chorus . . . " good morning " . . . hearty handshakes . . . BEATRICE CLAMP . . . " Bea " . . . clothes . . . photography . . . University of South Carolina . . . industrious . . . CAROL CLAYTON . . . " Manny " . . . Home Economics Club . . . likes mysteries . . . cracking knuckles . . . JEAN COX . . . " Coxie " . . . Editor of Columns . . . Student Council . . . Who ' s Who . . . President of I. R. C. . . . " fags " . . . bridal consultant . . . OLIVIA DACUS . . . " Dacus " . . . tennis . . . football players . . . " lap warmer " . . . speedy . . . JEAN DRENNON . . . " Drennon " . . . Phi Theta Kappa . . . " Yodler " Staff . . . Town Council . . . Buddy . . . bathing suit . . . Who ' s Who . . . lost " character " . . . ELIZABETH ERSKINE . . . " Lib " . . . Commercial Club . . . shorthand . . . basketball . . . pretty eyes . . . JUANITA FREDERICKS . . . " Nita " . . . Glee Club . . . Carnival Queen . . . " Yodler " Staff . . . cute . . . JEAN FUTCH . . . " Futch " . . . " Yodler " staff . . . Columns . . . Marshal . . . convertibles . . . horses . . . Commercial Club . . . ETHERLEEN GARRISON . . . Town Council . . . I. R. C. . . . President of Phi Theta Kappa . . . " Yodler " Staff . . . Erskine . . . emotions . . . MARY GILLEN WATER . . . " Gilly " . . . President of Student Council ... I. R. C. ... Phi Theta Kappa . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Who ' s Who . . . " V. P. I. " . . . MARY GILREATH . . . " not Gilly " . . . I. R. C. . . . Editor of " Yodler " . . , Student Council . . . Who ' s Who . . . B. S. U. Council . . . poetry . . . PATRICIA HADDEN . . . " Pat " . . . Furman transfer . . . Town Club . . . newspaper careerist . . . " Mrs. " degree . . . friendly . . . GAYLE HALL . . . Montreat transfer . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . blond men . . . Harry . . . ELIZABETH HARBIN " Pudgy " . . . President of B. S. U. Council . . . Glee Club . . . Missionary work . . . doughnut salesman . . . MARGARET HENDRICKS . . . " Mart " . . . Commercial Club . . . Town Club . . . swimming . . . dislikes to hurry . . . LEORA HOOD . . . " Monk " . . . President of Sophomore Class . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Commercial Club . . . Student Council . . . basketball . . . Who ' s Who . . . MARY LOUISE HOOD . . . " Nick " . . . I. R. C. . . . Drama Club . . . tennis . . . radio . . . Jeckyll-Hyde . . . SARA ALICE HOOKER . . . " Chris " ... sewing . . . " Butch " . . . wife . . . ring on her finger . . . VAREITA HUNT . . . Glee Club . . . Commercial Club . . . traveling . . . bowling . . . Furman . . . THOMAS JACKSON, JR. . . . " Tom " . . . Treasurer of Sophomore Class . . . Town Club . . . drama . . . footbal! . . . business man . . . music . . . ROSINE JOHNS . . . " Johnnie " . . . Vice-President of B. S. U. Council . . . President of W. A. A. . . . post cards . . . " Gene " . . . ring that bell . . . Commercial Club Secretary-Treasurer . . . ELLENE JORDAN . . . " Lene " . . . Secretary of Sophomore Class . . . W. A. A. Treasurer . . . Commercial Club . . . Student Council . . . basketball . . . DOROTHY VIRGINIA KATES . . . " Dot " . . . Town Club . . . Commercial 42 ' Thoughts Back To Thee Will Fly ' Club . . . swimming . . . ELINOR KING . . . " Cookie " . . . Student Council . . . B. S. U. . . . Sports Editor Columns . . . tennis . . . church worker . . . quiet . . . HILDA MAE KING . . . " Skip " . . . President Alpha Phi Epsilon ... W. A. A. Recorder . . . Softball . . . Town Club . . . West Point . . . MARY ANN LAND . . . " Kitten " . . . Student Council . . . I. R. C. Treasurer ... Phi Theta Kappa . . . " Yodler " . . . Who ' s Who . . . stewardess . . . FRANCES LOLLIS . . . " Lollis " . . . Associate Editor Columns . . . Student Council . . . Glee Club . . . Who ' s Who . . . piano artist . . . " Mo " . . . DORIS JEAN MARTIN . . . " D. ]. " . . . Town Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . Social Standards Board . . . " Nick " . . . LILLIAN MASSEY . . . Town Club . . . music . . . nursing . . . reading . . . softball . . . MARY ELOISE MATHESON . . . " Wease " . . . Commercial Club . . . typing . . . secretary . . . DOROTHY LOIS McGARVEY . . . " Ditta " . . . Glee Club . . . Commercial Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . rainy weather . . . swimming . . . " Buck " . . . DOROTHY McKEE . . . " Dot " . . . Town Club . . . basketball . . . teacher . . . gum chewing . . . SYBIL MOORE . . . " Sib " . . . Town Club . . . Commercial Club . . . swimming . . . holidays . . . secretary . . . JESSIE LEE MULL . . . " Lee " . . . Anderson College Players, Treasurer . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Town Club . . . friendly people . . . softball . . . secretary . . . GAIL NEWTON . . . " Newton " . . . Literary Editor Columns . . . I. R. C. . . . Cosmo- politan Club . . . photography . . . popcorn . . . museum work . . . RACHAEL OWEN . . . " Rach " . . . Town Club . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon, secretary . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Social Standards Board . . . dislikes sarcasm . . . stenographer . . . EVELYN GEORGIA PARASHO . . . " G. P. " . . . Town Marshal . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Town Club . . . reading . . . bookkeeper . . . MARTHA PETTIGREW . . . " Mart " . . . Commercial Club . . . music . . . tennis . . . pitchers . . . stenographer . , . JUANITA POOLE . . . " Nita " . . . B. S. U. Council ... Y. W. A. . . . sports . . . teach kindergarten . . . NELL ROSE PRICE . . . " Chick " . . . Secretary W. A. A. . . . movies . tennis . . . Furman . . . LOUIS PRUITT . . . " Luke " . . . Clemson transfer . . . Town Club . football . . . light opera . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . VIVIAN ROBINS . . . President Glee Club . . . B. S. U. Council . . . music . . . nursery school teacher . . . MYRTLE ROE . " Myrt " . . . Town Club . . . likes friendly people . . . softball . . . studying . . . ALICE SMITH . " Smitty " . . . quiet ... W. A. A. music . . . movies . . . miniatures . . . EMMA JEAN SMITH . . . " E. J. " . . . Town Club . . . Commercial Club . . . football . . . MARY JOHN STATHAKIS . . President Home Economics Club . . . Phi Theta Kappa, Secretary . . . Town Club . . . Vice President I. R. C. . . . Student Council . . . sewing . . . sociable . . . DOROTHY STEWART . . " Dot " . . . Chopin . . . blonds . . . old-maid school teacher . . . VIVIAN TALLEY . . . " Butch ' ' . . . Vice-President W. A. A. . . . Home Economics Club . . . Clemson . . . basketball . stewardess . . . NANCY TAYLOR . . . " Peanuts " . . . Drama Club . . . radio . . . dislikes pouting . . . teacher . . . CHARLES THOMPSON . . . ' Gharlie " . . . Town Club . . . Drama Club . . . likes girls with personality . . . going on (?)... RUBY THOMPSON . . . " Ruddy " . . . Town Club . . . ham and eggs . . . angora sweaters . . . perfume bottles . . . RACHEL THORNTON . . . " Georgia " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . volleyball . . . Bing Crosby . . . nurse . . . BETTY VAUGHN . . . " Shorty " . . . Commercial Club . . . Columns . . . Drama Club . . . tennis . . . music . . . JEAN VERMILLION . . . Glee Club . . . Town Club . . . Drama Club . . . bowling . . . friendly people . . . DOREEN WATSON . . . " Doodle " . . . Commercial Club . . . Y. W. A. . . . basketball . . . sunny weather . . . secretarial work . . . DOROTHY WILDER . . . " Dot " . . . President of Town Student Council . . . Drama Club . . . Town Club . . . Who ' s Who . . . dietitian . . . MARY REDA WIL- LIAMS . . . " Redo " . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Commercial Club . . . Chemistry . . . football . . . medical secretary . . . LILA WILLS . . . " Pep " . . . President Cosmopolitan Club . . . traveling . . . hockey . . . nurse . . . MRS. GUY WILSON . . . " Helen " . . . likes As . . . flowers . . . homemaker . . . LINDA WILSON . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Glee Club . . . flowers . . . basketball . . . Furman . . . ALICE YON . . . " Al " . . . Town Club . . . Saturday nights ... big times. 43 PROPHECY The Viewer, St. Petersburg, Fla., May 5, 1972. Livelihood, Home, Alaska. Dearest " Coxie " : Once again I am settled in my charming studio where I con reflect on my past week end. Really, I was dreadfully sorry not to be able to see you at the reunion, but I suppose you are busy selling those Eskimos on the idea of formal weddings and modern homes. 1 heard recently that Alaska was becoming quite the place — so you shouldn ' t have too much trouble selling your goods. However, 1 shall try to form a picture of our enlightening reunion at dear A. C. 1 arrived at the train station about ten o ' clock and who did I see but DORIS MARTIN still " waiting for the train to come in. " Then I saw DOREEN WATSON sitting at the information desk. She is now making the reservations for the college girls and boys. When I finally collected all of my baggage SARA LEE CAMP- BELL, Secretary of " Woman ' s Taxi Co. " hailed a cab for me. It was a toss up between ANNA DEAN BROWN and MYRTLE DEAN ROE who are both working for ths company. I hopped in with Myrtle Dean Roe and gathered a little information about some of our other classmates. First, she told me all about HENRY CASTLE- BERRY. He is now the head of the Psychology Department at Harvard University. Myrtle spoke with him a few weeks ago and he said that full credit goes to Miss Lucas, because he gained his success through her inspiring lectures on personality. MISS LUCAS is now teaching the important subject of observation to absent- minded professors at Columbia University. EMMA JEAN SMITH, she recalled, has made a fortune selling " Love Dreams, " remember — those were the candies she made in " You Can ' t Take It With You. " She also heard that DOROTHY McGARVEY was reading palms in Columbia. By now we were driving up the entrance to A. C. " Coxie " , you wouldn ' t recognize the Alma Mater. I just gasped. Before I could utter a word DR. DENMARK came down the steps and with that same smile welcomed me. I said goodbye and thanks to Myrtle Dean and hurried through the Columns with Dr. Denmark. There to open the door was DEAN ALICE YON. She was as friendly as ever. I no sooner stepped inside than MARY GILLENWATER ran up to me. It was so good to see her. I guess you ' ve heard that she is the dean at the " Topsy School for Delinquent Girls. " She ' s doing a fine job due to the experience she received at A. C. MARY GILREATH came prancing down the hall and since she had been looking over the college it was decided that she would show me the rounds. By the way, she has been appointed editor of " False Comics. " Now she ' ll have a little more to do other than writing pamphlets for the Salvation Army. We started towards East Dorm and met ALICE SMITH. She is the housemother for the girls. We walked along the brightly lit corridor and entered a patio. From there we found ourselves outside and staring us in the face was a massive building of bricks. That I was told was the boys ' dorm of which MRS. GUY WILSON was housemother. The boys ' rooms were all done in a tailored style with twin beds of maple. All was spacious and clean. We walked through, coming again outside and onto a patio. Now in West Dorm, I went straight to room 203. It hadn ' t changed too much. The twin beds were of soft maple with a night table in between. In one corner was a maple bookcase with cabinet space below. Naturally, the new desk sets and covered chairs made the room look absolutely precious. 44 Before leaving West we took a side entrance and entered the infirmary. It was a little building all to itself. RACHAEL THORNTON was the R.N. in charge and she showed us about. Everything was up-to-date. Being anxious to see the new gym and auditorium, we left Rachael with her few girls and ambled along. You remember the radio station? Well, the gym is now right on the field in back of East. Visitors can park in the back of the radio lot and not clutter the street. The auditorium is right over the gym. Ohl The gym is out of this world. Downstairs is the swimming pool. On the same level are shower rooms done in glorious peach glow. Upstairs there are bowling alleys and a skating rink especially for the faculty. LILLIAN MASSEY is the gym teacher and she has a class called " fiow to Reduce in 99 Easy Lessons. " Too bad there wasn ' t such a course when we went there. Remember how MISS HARNETT tried to reduce. I heard that she has the All- Americon baseball team — she raised them all herself, imagine. While I ' m on the subject of the faculty of ' 47, I might mention that MISS PACE is now the advertising agent for " Convert ' s School of Misfits " and that MISS GATLIN is on Broadway. She is the head janitor of women at the Rockefeller Plaza. MISS JENNINGS is running a bicycle school, due to her past experience dealing with pedals. MISS TODD is teaching the boys at A. C. how to act with their superiors. That ' s about all I ' ve gathered concerning our old faculty excepting the fact that MISS COPELAND is editor of the " Kiddies Weekly Magazine " and is enjoying her work immensely. On the top floor is the auditorium. There is an elevator for all visitors. The first thing that I saw was the red leather chapel seats. I walked behind the stage and who did I see but MARY ETTA and PHYLLIS BAILEY. They were giving the lights the once over. Mary Etta is working the lights at the Roxy Theater in New York, while Phyllis is helping with the props. Phyllis told me that she uses Mary Etta ' s little children for errand boys. I can picture Phyllis ordering them around, can ' t you? I happened to gaze out of the side window and I noticed a small building protruding from the side. Mary informed me that that was the music studio, and that JEAN VERMILLION had taken Miss Culyer ' s place. As it was nearing dinner time, Mary and I hustled back to wash up in the Town Club ' s room. While there I met CAROL CLAYTON who was primping a bit. She is happily married and just loves cooking for her family of five. OLIVIA DACUS popped in and announced that lunch would be served in ten minutes. Olivia is running an A P in the up-to-date town of Dacusville. Mary and I washed up and proceeded on our way. As we walked up the stairs we met MARY ELEANOR BROWN who told us that she was running a dancing school for old folks. Her motto is " Keep Trim with Brown. " LINDA WILSON met us as we walked into the dining hall. She is the dietitian. Mary and I were seated at the table with CARMEN AVERY, who is now running a travel bureau in New Orleans; GLADYS CAMP, the sampler at DOROTHY McKEE ' S " Loud POP " gum factory; ELIZABETH HARBIN, Salvation Army ' s efficient dough- nut seller; VIVIAN ROBINS, the singer of JEAN FUTCH ' S new cartoon for Disney, Silent Sam— Theme: How to get the Most Out of Life by Keeping your Mouth Shut; and ELINOR KING who is the Secretary of the Lonely Heart ' s Club. This Lonely Heart ' s Club is composed of LEORA HOOD, President; BETTY VAUGHN, Vice- President; ELLENE JORDAN, Treasurer. Cookie told me that HILDA KING is their best customer. Our luncheon was very tempting. To begin we had tomato juice followed with fresh fruit salad, tea and cookies. Leora announced we would have the afternoon to ourselves and that after supper there was to be a program. Mary and I decided we would walk around town and see what was what. As we left the dining room we met GEORGIA PARASHO who is teaching " doing what comes naturally. " She told us that the old auditorium was now the secretarial department. After getting our wraps we rushed off to catch the one-ten bus. Much to our surprise we found it waiting. LOUIS PRUITT was at the wheel. He said he makes a habit of waiting for the girls. Town hadn ' t changed too much. MARY REDA WILLIAMS had enlarged Ponders so all the girls have a place to sit. We stopped in at the Anderson Creamery and found MARTHA PETTIGREW. She had added benches so all can rest their weary limbs. We also stopped at the Soda Shop and found GENEVA BROOKS making dates for the A. C. students. As we were walking along we met RACHAEL OWEN who is teaching 45 English at Girls ' High. She told us that ALICE BAKER had been appointed telephone superintendent in Florence, S. C. I thought Baker had her fill of telephones at A. C. JEAN DRENNON passed by us in her new lucite car. Rachael told us that she had taken a blue ribbon for being Anderson ' s best henpecking wife. I asked Rachael if she hod seen the exquisite portrait that SYBIL MOORE did of Miss Cronkhite. She said she hadn ' t, but men- tioned that JESSIE LEE MULL had been one of Sybil ' s favorite models. Isn ' t that something? While we were gabbing TOM JACKSON came by and told us all about his new job and show. It seems that MARY ANN LAND and VIVIAN TALLEY have a roadhouse called " Bouncing Bessie ' s Barroom. " Tom is the bartender, the bar consisting of cokes and pepsi. DOROTHY KATES is the dancer in Tom ' s " Hoochie Coochie " show. Mary and I promised Tom we would stop by if we had time. It seems that Anderson ' s younger set have a fine time there. No sooner did Tom leave us than did ETHERLEEN GARRISON join us. As you remember she has written the best seller of 1972, " Forever Anderson. " She told us that JUANITA FREDERICK is now to be seen in " Gertie Finds Her Garter. " Also she mentioned that MARGARET HENDERICKS is running a marriage bureau in Green- ville; IRENE BELL is teaching cooking in the Columbia State Institution for the Mentally Incapacitated. I wonder if she is cooking with gas. Etherleen, looking at her timepiece and remembering her appointment — dashed away. Hearing a horn tooting behind we turned around and saw DOROTHY WILDER in her tattered beach wagon. Dot is writing pamphlets such as " How to Eat Spaghetti. " After a fashion she mentioned that CHARLES THOMPSON has made a fortune selling an electric cotton picker to all Negroes on a nearby rubber plantation owned by ELOISE MATHESON. I heard some more Greenville news. It seems NANCY TAYLOR is teaching French as a side line to her married life. SARAH HOOKER is running a veterinary for horses and also is Ma Ascum on the radio — she ' s solving all of Greenville ' s problems. ROSINE JOHNS is head of the police force and enjoying her work. BEATRICE CLAMP is designing airline circulars and as a side line is working in the hangars. Finally, we arrived at the college and after freshing up we went to supper. Linda had gone to special trouble to procure steaks for all of us. JUANITA POOLE and NELLE ROSE PRICE were sitting at my table. Juanita is playing the music for all of Mr. von Hasseln ' s Spanish classes, while Nelle Rose does the same with his French classes. Juanita also plays Chop Sticks to perfection. VARIETA HUNT turns the pages for both Juanita and Nelle Rose. Some combination, eh? ELIZABETH ERSKINE, who is model for an eyeglass company stopped by to tell us about EVELYN CAMPBELL who has a fine position. She sneezes every Wednesday night on the Rinso program. Also MARY LOUISE HOOD is taking the part of little Alfred on the kiddies hour. I noticed that MARY STATHAKIS wasn ' t present and Elizabeth told me that she has taken the " Filly " over and all her little children run back and forth catering to the college gals. Nelle Rose asked if I ' d seen LILA WILLS new book, " Short Cut to Studying. " I ' d heard about it, but as yet I haven ' t seen a copy. Dessert was delicious — cholocate eclairs. I discovered on the way out a collection of hand-painted tea- cups. Upon inquiring I learned that MISS PRUITT had done these, this is her mainstay now. We had an informal program in the auditorium. DOROTHY STEWART gave a lecture on married life, in which she is doing nicely; FRANCES LOLLIS currently starring at " Tomaine Tavern, " played a bar from her latest number; RUBY THOMPSON spoke about her travels in Mexico; and YOURS TRULY showed a few of her slides on vitamins. I glanced around and noticed PAT HADDEN wearing one of her creations. Those hats of hers are out of this world. GAYLE HALL was also modeling one of her styles. I ' m going to have her design a dress for me as soon as we get back to St. Petersburg. MARY THELMA BROWN was wearing a pair of her " Comfort Shoes. " They are fashioned after the old form of ballerina. All was over about nine o ' clock. Mary and I called a taxi and were whisked off to the station. Mary ' s needed a rest for so long, the Salvation Army certainly works its helpers. I ' ll write you again soon. I just had to get this letter off to you as I knew how anxious you were to hear all about the reunion of the Class of ' 47. As ever, GAIL. 46 WILL We, the Sophomores of 1947, residing at Anderson College, in the City of Anderson. County of Anderson, State of South Carolina, in the year of 1947, do make, publish, and declare the following for our last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills and codicils by us heretofore made: I, Carmen Aveiy, leave my food supply to Carolyn Merritt — (not that she needs it.) 1, Mary Etta Bailey, leave my strong voice to Evelyn Gibson. 1, Phyllis Bailey, leave my good-looking figure to Violet Phillips. 1, Alice Baker, leave my ability in Physical Education to Dee Gates and Jackie Corr. I, Irene Bell, leave my efficient command of West Dorm to Emily Brannen and Geneva Roberts. I, Geneva Brooks, leave my fun-loving attitude to Crystal Whisenhunt and Carolyn Bowen. 1, Anna Dean Brown, leave my dark hair to Elizabeth and Helen Hoffman. ' 1, Mary Eleanor Brown, leave my ability to win friends and influence people to Ruth Waite and Yvette Quiriy. I, Mary Thelma Brown, leave my love for the basketball players to Myrtle Shepherd and Joyce Lambert. 1, Gladys Camp, leave my giggles and gum to Phyllis Magnano and Pat Ryan. I, Evelyn Campbell, leave my blushing innocence to Virginia Cobb and Helen Lusk. 1, Sara Lee Campbell, leave my love for all classes to Robert Alexander and Frank Sutherland. I, Mary Frances Campbell, leave my love for accounting to Becky Johnston and Katharine Kirkland. 1, Henry L. Castleberry, leave Doris Ellis with regret. 1, Beatrice Clamp, leave my writing ability to Anne Jacobs and June Anderson. 1, Carol Clayton, leave my optimism to Jake Hand and Julian Norris. 1, Jean Cox, leave my spelling ability, Old English, to Andra Frasher and Jerry Ashworth. I, Olivia Dacus, leave my dynamic speech to Pat Podesta and Mitzi Kimpton. 1, Jean Drennon, leave my bathing suit from last year ' s Town Club show to Mary Beth Perry. I, Elizabeth Erskine, leave my big brown eyes to Lorraine Thompson and Cynthia Dominick. I, Juanita Frederick, leave my abundance of energy to " Boots " Garrett and Bill Chapman. I, Jean Futch, leave my good-looking clothes to Jean Cobb and Peggy Groce. I, Etherleen Garrison, leave my philosophy of love to Malcolm Dover. He knows all about it. 47 I, Mary Gilreath, leave my ability in French to Mable Lee Gambrell. I, Gayle Halt leave my numerous love letters to Jean Howell and Betty Ann Berry. Hope they can do as well. I, Pat Hadden, leave my technique with men to Mildred Cooke and Jo Ann Ferguson. I, Elizabeth Harbin, leave my love for Sociology to Frances Dent and Pat Charles. 1, Margaret Hendricks, leave my diamond ring — on my finger. We, Leora Hood, Betty Vaughn and EUene Jordan, leave our sign, Men Haters, to Jonette Taylor, Virginia Street and Sylvia Best. I, Mary Louise Hood, leave my bottle of peroxide to Jackie Fuller and Elizabeth Cornett. I, Sarah Hooker, leave never to return. I, Varieta Hunt leave my curly locks to Mavis Manheim and Lillian Paysinger. 1, Tom Jackson, leave — isn ' t that enough I, Rosine Johns, leave my mess call to Betty Kay White and Joan Smith. I, Dorothy Kates, leave my beguiling winks to Joseph Walker and Wendell Norwood. 1, Elinor King, leave my sweet and quiet disposition to John Marianos knowing that he will take excellent care of it. I, Hilda King, leave my hair-straightening oil to Betsy Leppert and Nan Leaphart. We, Mary Anne Land and Vivian Talley, leave Carl and Bill (who were willed to us last year) to Sadie and Sarah Peeples. I, Doris Martin, leave my speed on the cross-country team to Wesley Bruce and Mack Pruitt. I, Lillian Massey, leave my coiffures to Barbara Ann Turner and Betty Jo Tinsley. I, Eloise Matheson, leave my originality to Bonnie Jean Medlock and Bonnie Boyette. I, Dorothy McGarvey, leave my collection of " Lady Macbeth Cosmetics " to Betty Katherine Skelton and Louise Moore. I, Dorothy McKee, leave my extra weight to Martha Hammett and Barbara Jane Orr. I, Sybil Moore, leave my diction to Una Lee Foster. We, Jessie Lee Mull, Rachael Owen and Georgia Parascho, leave our positions in Alpha Pi Epsilon to anyone who thinks he can make the grade. I, Gail Newton, leave my romance with Ray Ellis in Chemistry Lab to a host of people too numerous to mention. I, Martha Pettigrew, leave my sincerity to Ray and Roy HoUiday. I, Juanita Poole, leave my dazzling smiles to the Ipana ads. I, NeU Rose Price, leave my Charleston brogue to Clarice Hudson — as if she needed it. I, Louis Pruitt, leave my love for hillbilly music to Barbara Tolly. 1, Vivian Robbins, leave my position in the Glee Club to Iris Burton and Ginger Powell. I, Myrtle Dean Roe, leave my prolific use of psychological terminology to Cecil Mar- tin and Charles Bracken. I, Alice Smith, leave my practice room to any sucker. I, Emma Jean Smith, leave my come-hither look to any Freshman who thinks they need it. (The line form to the right.) 48 I, Mary Stathakis, leave my love for Home Economics to Lewis Acker and Claude Hightower. I, Dorothy Stewart, leave Geneva Brooks, Irene Bell and Olivia Dacus v ith regret. Ha, ha! I, Nancy Taylor, leave my patience to Martha Lee Burdette. 1, Ruby Thompson, leave for West Virginia. Hurrah! I, Charles Thompson, leave w ith Tom and Henry and Louis. I, Rachael Thornton, leave my Citadel boy friend to anyone smart enough to get him at the next B. S. U. convention. I, Jean Vermillion, leave — trying not to take too many boys Vi ith me. 1, Doreen Watson, leave my Clemson cadets to Peggy Chastain and Catherine Linder. I, Dorothy Wilder, leave my love for English Literature to the unfortunate 1948 Sophomores. We, Mary Reda Williams and Linda Wilson, leave together. I, Lila Wills, leave my ability in the three Rs to Anne Cauble. 1, Mrs. Guy Wilson, leave my langorous looks to Ed Coleman and Reid Parker. Please don ' t tell my husband. I, Alice Yon, leave my Varga-Girl figure to Janice Wilson and Frances Godley. We, Mary Gillenwater and Frances Lollis, being of sound mind and sane body, do hereby make known that this day we do venture into the unknown in quest of our " lost reputations. " Should we at any time stumble upon them, it is our desire, unless otherwise tempted, to present them to the next President and Sophomore Representative of the Resident Council. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto affixed our collective signature. (Signed) THE SOPHOMORES OF 1947. X (Their Mark) ATTESTING WITNESSES: Kib-oy, The Big Three, The Doughnut Man. 49 DENT, BRACKEN, BOLT, ELLIS, BEST HUTTO, BRACKEN DORIS ELLIS President CHARLES BRACKEN Vice-President SYLVIA BEST Secretary DOROTHY J. BOLT Treasurer FRANCES DENT Marshal FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS BRUCE JOHN MARIANOS Marshal MISS ELIZABETH BRUCE Sponsor JOE BRACKEN Mascot WINKIE HUTTO Mascot 50 The FRESHMAN CLASS Tuesday, the 17th of September was the fatal day . . . getting lost . . . rules . . . dates! ! ! . . . the unknown course . . . Dean ' s office . . . hotdogs (?)... talent night . . . orientation! . . . aching legs . . . " October, October " . . . heart-to-heart talks . . . Crook banguet . . . doughnuts . . . getting ready for the Sopho- more reception . . . helping the Sophomores . . . December parties . . . yule logs . . . New Year ' s resolutions . . . exams . . . we don ' t worry . . . much! ! ! . . . new CollegiAnnes . . . Founder ' s Day . . . Spring vacation . . . long walks in the afternoon . . . hen sessions . . . elections . . . " forgetting " studies . . . rushing for the bus . . . Miss Cronkhite presenting her students in recitals . . . daisies . . . Sophomores elect. 51. FRESHMEN LEWIS ACKER RUFUS ALTMAN BOBBIE ANDERS JUNE ANDERSON GERALDINE ASHWORTH ELIZABETH BAGWELL lANELLE BANNISTER WILLIAM BARR BETTY BARTON HAROLD BEARD VIOLA BELL BETTY ANN BERRY SYLVIA BEST BETTY BOLT DOROTHY JEAN BOLT ALICE BOWEN BONNIE BOYETTE CHARLES BRACKEN EMILY BRANNEN DORIS BROWN WESLEY BRUCE THOMAS BRUCE CECIL BUCHANAN MARTHA LEE BURDETTE 52 FRESHMEN IRIS BURTON JOAN CAMPBELL JANE CANON MARY CAPELL LUCILLE CATLIN ANNE CAUBLE ALDEAN CHAMBLEE MARY JANE CHARLES NANCY CHATHAM JEAN COBB VIRGINIA COBB EDITH COKER ; ; JOSEPH COLEMAN, JR. ELIZABETH ANN CORNETT JACQUELINE CORR FRANCES DENT CYNTHIA DOMINICK MALCOLM DOVER CATHERINE DUNCAN DORIS ELLIS RAY ELLIS EDNA ELLISON JO ANNE FERGUSON UNA LEE FOSTER S3 FRESHMEN AUDRA FRASHER JACKIE FULLER MABLE LEE GAMBRELL EDWARD GARRETT EDITH GATES EVELYN GIBSON ANNIE LOU GILCHRIST FRANCES GODLEY GRACE GRAHAM BOBBIE GRANTLAND MARGARET JEAN GROCE HAZEL HALL MARTHA HAMMETT CHARLES HART ELIZABETH HOFFMAN HELEN HOFFMAN HENRIETTA HOLCOMBE PATRICIA HOLLAND RAY HOLLIDAY ROY HOLLIDAY OPAL HOPKINS JEAN HOWELL CLARICE HUDSON ANNE JACOBS f4 FRESHMEN CAREY lESSUP DORIS JOHNSON REBECCA JOHNSTON JO ANN KENNEDY JACK KILGORE LUCILLE KIMPTON KATHERINE KIRKLAND JOYCE LAMBERT DOROTHY LATHAM MURRELL LAWSON NAN LEAPHART ELIZABETH ANN LEPPERT CATHERINE LINDER HELEN LUSK PHYLLIS MAGNANO MAVIS MANHEIM CATHERINE MARTIN WALLACE MARTIN FRANKIE MATHESON IBERIA McCARLERY FLORENCE McINTYRE WILTON McGEE BONNIE JEAN MEDLOCK CAROLYN MERRITT 55 FRESHMEN MARY ELIZABETH MILLER HENRY MOORE, JR. LOUISE MOORE WENDELL NORWOOD BARBARA ORR ZOA OWENS REID PARKER LILLIAN PAYSINGER SADIE PEEPLES SARAH PEEPLES MARY BETH PERRY VIOLET PHILLIPS PATRICIA PODESTA VIRGINIA POWELL EDNA MAE REAVES GENEVA ROBERTS PATRICIA RYAN MARTHA SANDEMAN JANE SHELOR BETTY KATHERINE SHELTON MYRTLE SHEPHERD BETTY SHIRLEY BARBARA SKELTON BETTY JEAN SMITH 56 FRESHMEN ELEANOR SMITH JOAN SMITH MARGARET ANN SMITH VIRGINIA STREET FRANK SUTHERLAND ELLA MAE TANNER BETTY JO TAYLOR lANETTE TAYLOR FRANCES TEASLEY CHARLES TERRY LORRAINE THOMPSON CHARLES THRIFT BARBARA TOLLY BARBARA ANN TURNER JANE VOGLER RUTH WAITE JOSEPH E. WALKER LOUISE WATSON CRYSTAL WHISENHUNT BETTY KAY WHITE ELIZABETH WHITFIELD JOYCE WILLARD JANIS WILSON 57 MANCHESTER, TRUMBO, VANCE, HENDLEY, COTHRAN HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS CASTLEBERRY ROSALYNN VANCE . CHARLOTTE HENDLEY DOROTHY COTHRAN JEAN TRUMBO SANDRA MANCHESTER MISS EVELYN BURRELL . JACQUELINE CASTLEBERRY President . Vice-President , , , Secretary . . . Treasurer Marshal Sponsor Mascot 58 The SENIOR CLASS CAROLYN BACON lAMES LOVERN MARY LOU MORANT DOROTHY JUNE COTHRAN MARY WARDLAW McLANE MARTHA OTEY NINA COURTENAY HARRY McMAHAN FLORENCE ROGERS ANN HOLMAN LOIS MILLER SYDERAS ROSS lO ANN STIBER ROSALYNN VANCE SHIRLEY KALB MARIAN MILLER LORAINE SHORE 59 The JUNIOR CLASS JEAN COTHRAN ELLA DENNY ELIZABETH DUNCAN ANN EMERSON NANCYE FISH CHARLOTTE HENDLEY BETTY LOCKE SANDRA MANCHESTER THELMA RYAN JOAN SHAFER NANCY SIMONDS JEAN TRUMBO VIVIAN WELTER TWO SOPHOMORES CAROLYN BOWEN GABRIELLE JENKINS 60 A WORD ABOUT THE SENIORS " Carol " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . likes walking in the rain . . . campus! . . . wants to be happy. . ring on her finger . . . Annapolis Secretary of Senior Class . . . CAROLYN BACON . Senior Superlative . DOROTHY BOYNTON . . . " Woman " . . . horseback riding . . . housewife. DOROTHY COTHRAN . . . " Dottie " . . Drama Club . . . Senior Superlative . . . Mice! . . . stewardess. NINA COURTNEY . . . swim- ming . . . Georgia Tech . . . cute men! . . . Clemson . . . artist. SHIRLEY JEANETTE KALB . . . " Shirl " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Don . . . swimming . . . laboratory technician. JAMES LOVERN . . . " Jim " . . . Town Club . . . dancing . . . dislikes hillbilly music . . . basketball. MARY WARDLAW McLANE . . . " Claney " . . . basketball . . . radio . . . sweet ... at- tractive. LOIS MILLER . . . " Lo " . . . Student Council . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Senior Superlative . . . sports {?). MARIAN ELIZABETH MILLER . . . " Rebel " . , . Drama Club . . . Bill . . . sleeping ... big hopes. MARY LOU MORANT . . . " Lupie " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Clemson . . . tennis . . . blondie. MARTHA OTEY . . . " Nannie " . . . Glee Club . . . Drama Club . . . basketball . . . " home. " FLORENCE ROGERS . . . " Flo " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . basketball . . . witty . . . housewife. SYDERAS ROSS . . . " Deri " . . . piano . . . boys . . . teacher . . . gadabout. LORAINE SHORE . . . " Lucky " . . . Town Club . . . likes A. C. girls . . . cheerleader . . . lawyer. JO ANN STIBER . . . " Pumpkin " . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . horses . . . sunsets . . . ensign. ROSALYNN VANCE . . . " Lynn " . . . oldtimer . . . President of Senior Class . . . Drama Club . . . Senior Superlative . . . huge men . . . medical secretary. All decked out . . . Could this be? . . . Little mascot . . . Carefree 61 ROSALYNN VANCE SEN SUPERL CAROLYN BACON Friendliest 62 DOROTHY COTHRON Most Versatile lOR ATIVES LOIS MILLER Most Athletic 63 n u 64 v:? f - r ' Ml !i f.A ? ■♦ yf . . : t-i ■C i ( ' : - . % ' ■■■■ Vlw- -i ' : , r. -. ■f. • . rff ■ ' - i H " , ' , " -• : «! -?t ,. ♦• H%i ■■»«, ■ ' ;■ «.-■ - 5 S-Stfi ' ' i O ' - vpFw SS 4 ' r r-y ' St j , " ( tic BAPTIST STUDENT WILDER, STREET, HARBIN, BAKER, WILLIAMS, WILSON, DRENNON, KING, GILREATH, GILLENWATER, ROBINS BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS ELIZABETH HARBIN President LINDA WILSON Enlistment Vice-President ROSINE JOHNS Social Vice-President VIVIAN ROBINS Devotional Vice-President ELINOR KING Secretary-Treasurer VIRGINIA STREET Business iMonager MARY GILREATH Reporter, Magazine Representative ALICE BAKER Sunday School Representative JEAN DRENNON Baptist Training Union Representative MARY REDA WILLIAMS Y. W. A. Representative DOROTHY WILDER Methodist Representative MARY GILLENWATER Student Government Representative MISS SALLY CLINKSCALES Advisor 66 UNION COUNCIL Magazine Campaign The Baptist Student Union serves as a strong link between the church and the college students. A student becomes a member of it when she or he joins a church in the college center, a Sunday School, Training Union, Y. W. A. or any other recog- nized unit or organization. Morning watch, interesting chapel programs, monthly Y. W. A. meetings, sun- shine sister week, and wholesome entertainment are the principal features of the B. S, U. At state and southwide rituals and conventions there is an opportunity of meeting fellow students from other campuses. CLINKSCALES " Morning Watch " 67 STUDENT GOVERN OFFICERS MARY GILLENWATER ' President MARY GILREATH VirR-President MARY ANN LAND Secretary JEAN COX Treasurer IRENE BELL House President of West LEORA HOOD House President of East FRANCES LOLLIS Sophomore Representative ELINOR KING Sophomore Representative LOIS MILLER High School Representative ELLENE JORDAN Fire Chief 68 MENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS DOROTHY WILDER President ETHERLEEN GARRISON Vice-President JEAN DRENNON Secretary MARY STATHAKIS Treasurer MARY THELMA BROWN Sophomore Representative EVELYN CAMPBELL . . . . , ■. Sophomore Representative 69 CollegiAnnes m . : f T ! i i ' f va 1 M p } The students who are of the Honor System at Anderson College are called CollegiAnnes and Collegians. Their re- sponsibilities are greater than those students under Student Government only. Upon induction each signs a pledge stating that he will carry out to the best of his ability the highest ideals of Anderson College also striving for a high ethical level of living. The picture on this page is typical of the impressive induction service. 70 PHI THETA KAPPA LAND, STATHAKIS, DRENNON, GILLENWATER, GARRISON OFFICERS ETHERLEEN GARRISON President MARY GILLENWATER Vice-President MARY STATHAKIS Secretary JEAN DRENNON Treasurer MISS KATHRYN COPELAND Sponsor MEMBERS Jean Drennon Mary Gillenwater Etherleen Garrison Mary Anne Land Mary Stathakis Phi Theta Kappa is a national honorary scholastic fraternity among junior colleges. Beta Pi is the name of the local chapter at Anderson College. To be eligible to receive a bid from Phi Theta Kappa a student must be enrolled in a liberal arts course and must rank in the upper ten per cent, of the class. The aim of the organization is to promote scholar- ship, develop character, and cultivate friendship among the students. COPELAND 71 ALPHA PI EPSILON OWEN, KING, BELL, HOOD, MULL, PARASHO BURRISS OFFICERS HILDA KING President LEORA HOOD Vice-President RACHAEL OWEN Secretary GEORGIA PARASHO Treasurer JESSIE LEE MULL Social Chairman IRENE BELL Business Executive MISS MARY MAJOR BURRISS Sponsor 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 fasten and promote a high standard of achievement in scholarship; to keep alive the highest ideals in this field of work. The Sigma Chapter, organized at Anderson College in May, 1941, is the only chapter of this national or- ganization in South Carolina. Membership in this society is restricted to students of superior scholar- ship, personality, and character. 72 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB STATHAKIS, LAND, GILLENWATER, GILREATH, COX, GARRISON OFFICERS JEAN COX President MARY STATHAKIS Vice-President ETHERLEEN GARRISON Secretary MARY ANNE LAND Treasurer MARY GILLENWATER , Program Chairman MEMBERS Gladys Camp Mary Gilreath Jean Cox Mary Louise Hood Etherleen Garrison Mary Anne Land Mary Gillenwater Gail Newton Mary Stathakis The International Relations Club of Anderson College is a charter member of the Southern As- sociation and regularly sends representatives to its meetings. The membership is made up of students who are especially interested in history and inter- national relations, A student, to be eligible, must have an average of A in Social Science subjects and an average of B in all other subjects. Its meet- ings are held on the second Tuesdays of each month when members come together for discussions and for programs about current events. von Hasseln 73 DELTA PSI OMEGA frtfflff -■toc:-w ...A -..? «.;. GATLIN M. E. BAILEY, P. BAILEY, KIMPTON, PODESTA OFFICERS LUCILLE KIMPTON President PHYLLIS BAILEY Vice-President PAT PODESTA Secretary-Treasurer MISS SARA GATLIN Sponsor MEMBERS Mary Etta Bailey Lucille Kimpton Phyllis Bailey Pat Podesta In January, 1946, Anderson College was granted a charter by the Grand Cast of Delta Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity. This organi- zation, which corresponds to Alpha Psi Omega in four-year colleges, is composed of those girls who have excelled in some phase of play production. To wear the pin of Delta Psi is the highest honor attainable in the dramatic activities of the college. 74 m ' ' ■ " ' " y »■ w m wm 75 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PODESTA. VANCE. STATHAKIS, TINSLEY OFFICERS MARY STATHAK IS President PAT PODESTA Vice-President ROSALYNN VANCE Secretary BETTY JO TINSLEY Treasurer MISS SALLY CLINKSCALES Sponsor MEMBERS Carolyn Bacon Doris Martin Betty Jo Tinsley Doris Brown Lillian Paysinger Elizabeth Whitfield Frances Dent Syderas Ross Martha Lee Burdette Catherine Martin Jean Trumbo Jean Cox Zoa Owens Dorothy Wilder Bonnie Medlock Thelma Ryan Carolyn Bowen Florence Mclntyre Margaret Smith Carol Clayton ■ Violet Phillip Rosalynn Vance Grace Graham Mary Stothakis Libby Bagwell Iberia McCarley Vivian Talley Evelyn Campbell Patricia Podesta Crystal Whisenhunt Edna Lee Ellison Nancy Simonds The Doddridge Home Economics Club is eager to help college students who are interested in this field develop initiative, leadership, and proiessional pride. This club named after the first home economics teacher at Anderson College is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association. In the fall of 1946, this club was organized and now has a well-balanced program of activities consisting of educa- tional, social, and professional value. Being an interested and wide-awake group it seeks to serve the school as well as the home and community. 76 GLEE CLUB ROBINS, WILSON, LOLLIS, HOOD - ' - " -f: . OFFICERS VIVIAN ROBINS President MARY LOUISE HOOD Vice-President LINDA WILSON Business Manager KATHARINE CULYER Director FRANCES LOLLIS Accompanist 77 THE CHORUS FIRST SOPRANO June Anderson Libbie Cornett Nancy Fish Audra Frasher Gayle Hall Charlotte Hendley Rebecca Johnston Sandra Manchester Virginia Powell Vivian Robins Syderas Ross Joan Shafer Betty Shelton Janette Taylor Lorraine Thompson SECOND SOPRANO Carolyn Bacon Jean Cobb Doris Ellis Elizabeth Harbin Joyce Lambert Frances Lollis Martha Ann Otey Virginia Street Ella Mae Tanner Linda Wilson ALTO Evelyn Burrell Iris Burton Mary Louise Hood Vorieta Hunt Dorothy McGarvey Nan Leaphart Jean Vermillion 78 ' MIRRAGE OF FIGARO ' 79 COMMERCIAL CLUB BELL, JOHNS, WILLIAMS, HOOD OFFICERS IRENE BELL . ' ■ President LEORA HOOD Vice-President ROSINE JOHNS : . Secretary-Treasurer MISS MARY MAJOR BURRISS Sponsor Clarice Hudson Sybil Moore Geraldine Ashworth Jessie Lee Mull Leora Hood Georgia Parasho MEMBERS Rosine Johns Irene Bell Barbara Tolly Geneva Brooks Varieta Hunt Jane Canon Mary Redo Williams Martha Pettigrew Louise Watson Jo Ann Furgeson Dorothy McGarvey Helen Lusk Striving to develop higher standards among secretarial students, the Commercial Club holds monthly meetings to discuss problems related to the commercial field. Its members are composed of those students enrolled in the Commercial Department. 80 ANDERSON COLLEGE PLAYERS MULL, BAILEY, COX, PODESTA, VANCE, BAILEY, KIMPTON OFFICERS MARY ETTA BAILEY President PHYLLIS BAILEY Vice-President JEAN COX Secretary JESSIE LEE MULL Treasurer PAT PODESTA Business Manager MITZI KIMPTON House Manager ROSALYNN VANCE Stage Manager MISS SARA GATLIN Sponsor MEMBERS Mary Etta Bailey Mary Louise Hood Pat Podesta Phyllis Mae Bailey Mitzi Kimpton Nancy Taylor Jean Cox Frances Lollis Rosalynn Vance juonita Frederick Jessie Lee Mull Ann Holman Betty Jo Tinsley The purpose oi The Anderson College Players is to develop dramatic talent, and to provide cultural and enjoyable entertainment by presenting good dramatic programs and plays. Students who are skilled in staging, lighting, make up, and costuming, as well as in stage periormance, are invited to join t his organization. 81 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB LAWSON, JESSUP, HOFFMAN, WILLS OFFICERS LILA WILLS • President MURRELL LAWSON Vice-President CAREY JESSUP Secretary ELIZABETH HOFFMAN Treasurer MISS CAMILLA BARNETT Sponsor The Cosmopolitan Club is formed by the out-of-state girls. Monthly meetings are held at which time the various states are presented in programs given by the students. Some of the activities of the club include theater parties, picnics and tours. Sixteen states are represented in the college enrollment: Georgia leading with 17, Florida having 10, New York presenting six, and Massachusetts sus- taining with five; also various members from Connecticut, Indiana, Missouri, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia. 82 TOWN CLUB " Hail, hail, the gang ' s all here . . . ' " Doing what comes naturally 83 TOWN w -. y[ " Are there anymore at home like you? . ..♦♦ ♦♦ ' ♦■■■• ' fr ; ; " For sentimental reasons . . . " •ir •Ss i " You ' re the apple oi my eye 84 CLUB " Waitin ' for my liie to begin " Hit the road 85 Three litlle maids from school are we . . . TOWN " School days, school days 86 CLUB " 111 be seeing you in all the old lamiliar places An hour never passes . ,, 5 " Alter the crowd ' s gone home . 87 TOWN " Coming lor to carry me home . " Come on and hear, come on and hear " Seems like old times 88 CLUB " Don ' t mess with Mr. In-Between There ' s a lot you ' re liable to be missln ' " While our hearts are yearning MISS RUBY COOK Associate Advisor ETHERLEEN GARRISON Associate Editor MITZI KIMPTON Feature Editoi RUTH WAITE News Editor 1 MARY GILREATH Editor 90 MISS lUANITA DAVIS Business Advisor MALCOM DOVER Sports Editor JEAN DRENNON Business Manager MARY LOUISE HOOD Circulating Manager odUn. KATHRYN COPELAN0 Faculty Advisor 91 JEAN COX Editor 1 FRANCES LOLLIS Associate Editor GAIL NEWTON Literary Editor JEAN FUTCH Art Editor 92 ELINOR KING Sports Editor MARY STATHAKIS Advertising Manager BETTY VAUGHN Business Manager ( joiumK4 ASSISTANTS Jo Anne Ferguson Edith Gates Helen Lusk Varieta Hunt Betty Ann Berry CYNTHIA TODD Faculty Advisor 93 k- ' nth PROUDLY WE PRESENT THESE OUTSTAND- ING PERSONALITIES WHO HAVE SHOWN THEMSELVES WORTHY OF RECOGNITION. HIGHEST IN FRIENDSHIP, HONOR, LEADERSHIP, AND UNSELFISH SPIRIT, THEY GAVE OF THEMSELVES UNSTINTINGLY IN EVERYDAY LIVING. 94 ' Jit- ix i : fe i .f ' • 1 r T .iJt ' Sx I m JEAN COX WHO ' S ' =ib WHO JEAN DRENNON 9r MARY GILLENWATER WHO ' S 98 MARY GILREATH WHO 99 J M MARY ANNE LAND WHO ' S 100 LEORA HOOD WHO 101 FRANCES LOLLIS WHO ' S )02 DOROTHY WILDER WHO 103 FRANCES LOLLIS May Queen 104 MAY DAY 1947 MARY ANNE LAND Maid of Honor 105 PATnicis ANN T„„ ' ' °DESTa ,„ ' ' ' emZ ' J eh. m ■ y MAY DAY AT ANDERSON 1946 ELLIE MAE McCREIGHT Maid ol Honor crowning • GLORIA GOVE Queen THE SPANISH COURT 107 ROBERT J. DICKSON Sponsored by MARY GILLENWATER President of Resident Council REV. J. WILLIAM HARBIN Sponsored by ELIZABETH HARBIN Presidsnl of B. S. U. QTe LUTHER G . WATSON Sponsored by lEAN COX Editor of the COLUMNS President of I. R. C. PORTER F. VAUGHN Sponsored by BETTY VAUGHN Business Manager of the COLUMNS 108 C. G. GILREATH Sponsored by MARY GILREATH Editor of the " Yodler " (P resen i PAUL GARRISON Sponsored by ETHERLEEN GARRISON President of Phi Theta Kappa B. M. 2 3 ROBERT L. KIMPTON Sponsored by LUCILLE KIMPTON President of Delta Psi Omega PVT. KENNETH SEA WRIGHT Sponsored by HILDA KING President oi Alpha Pi Epsilon ■ " He Gave His Life Thai Freedom Should Not Perish, " 109 E. N. ROBINS Sponsored by VIVIAN ROBINS President of Glee Club WALTER H. BAILEY Sponsored by MARY ETTA BAILEY President of Anderson College Players Ofe PLEDGER M. JOHNS Sponsored by ROSINE JOHNS President o) W. A. A. PETE JOHN STATHAKIS Sponsored by MARY STATHAKIS President of Home Economics Club 110 J. S. BELL Sponsored by IRENE BELL President of Commercial Club BEN LYNN Sponsored by LEORA HOOD President of Sophomore Class (P resen i HENRY L. CASTLEBERRY Sponsored by DORIS ELLIS President of Freshman Class IVOR C. VANCE Sponsored by ROSALYNN VANCE President of High School III o r 1 o J 112 tv . .iK ■ ; ■ , , t; ■N - ' » f ,1 ,a. -i j? -. - i i ari ? i«»« pw-ifSipjj s?fe. i WOMEN ' S A THLETIC JORDAN, TALLEY, KING, CAMP, lOHNS, PRICE BARNETT OFFICERS ROSINE JOHNS ... President VIVIAN TALLEY Vice-President NELL ROSE PRICE Secretary ELLENE JORDAN Treasurer HILDA KING Recorder GLADYS CAMP Reporter MISS CAMILLA BARNETT Sponsor Good sportsmanship and the love for play are the keynotes for this organization. The W. A. A. is one of the most active organizations on the campus. Its recrea- tional calendar includes supper hikes, the Halloween Carnival, game tournaments, parties, and last but not least is the crowning event — May Day. Students are rewarded by the W. A. A. for exceptional participation in athletics by the presentation of letters. There is always fun to be had in the gym, and the W. A. A. gives us ample opportunity. 114 ASSOCIATION In the Field HOCKEY Come on out and grab your sticks; You won ' t mind a couple of licks. If you can ' t play, why that ' s O. K. We ' ll be glad to show you the way! Let ' s Go, Team 115 BASKETBALL BASKETBALL If ever you ' ve played it, you ' ve loved it before; When you play it at Anderson you ' ll love it still more! Hope It ' s a Basket Up with the Ball 116 TUMBLING AND PING-PONG Hold Ihal Pose I klBf 1 tn J 1 i ■■ ■ " " " Te n H TUMBLING AND PING-PONG In W. A. A. is easily found, Games that last the whole year ' round. Tumbling, ping pong and others too, Sr, come on out and try a few! Serve! 117 ' ■ ,« " f« ARCHERY If you ' d like to copy Cupid And his arrow shooting troupe Perhaps the best bet yet Is to join the Archery group! Miss Robin Hood TENNIS Tennis is a game for all Ployed in Spring or in Fall. Come on out and swing that racquet Maybe find yourself in the upper bracket! The Champs! IIS Hubba! FOLK DANCING On to the gym and get in the swing Learn to Polka or High- land Fling. Put on a costume of England or France, Come on out, let ' s dance! MODERN DANCE Modern dance is an art In which freedom of movement is a part. It develops agility, gracefulness and poise. And instills a sensation of beauty and joys. Swing your Partner 119 VOLLEYBALL AND SOFTBALL Hands Up! Baiter Up! Call it, Ump! 120 MEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SHORE. ROGERS, BRUCE, COLEMAN, EVANS, HART, KILGORE, ELLIS, BUCHANAN, WHITTEN BASKETBALL TEAM CHARLES HART . ' Forward HAROLD ROGERS . Forward CECIL BUCHANAN, Captain Guard EZRA EMBLER Guard JOHN MARIANOS Center J ACK KILGORE _ ; , Substitute LORAINE SHORE , . . . . Substitute REID PARKER ' . . . Substitute GEORGE COLEMAN Substitute FRED WHITTEN Substitute RAY ELLIS Substitute WESLEY BRUCE Substitute CHICK EVANS Coach 121 Pre-school retreat . . . Twosome . . . Hold it! . Big sluH . . . Crook Banquet . . . Alter classes Balloon parade . . . " October, October " Townsmen . . . Pirates ' four. . . A Utile on the dark side 122 Sharpshooter . . . Chemistry excursion . . . Swing a line . . . Just Ruby - . - Land ' s ... Up in the clouds . . . Something like Varga . . , " Filly " . Sophomores-to-be . . . Northern beauty 123 Let her roll . . . Summer pleasures . . . Cutie-pie Todd Usherettes . . . Eyes Iront . . . Russian (?) Cannon high . . . Roll call . . . Lest we forget . . . Some outfit 124 Nice, eh . . . Studying (?) Crush . . . Rarely. . La Crook . . . Hair can be beautiful . . . The little three . . . Sunday best . . . Daisies . . . Peanut 125 ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, S. C. Ideal: " A healthy Christian gentlewoman doing her work accuratel)-, completely, and happily. " • An accredited Junior College offering terminal and transfer courses leading to the Associate in Art 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 , rts 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 Pre-Journalism Primary and Elementary Teachers Physical Education ANNIE D. DENMARK, President 126 DUKE POWER COMPANY ELECTRICITV Tlie Sercaiil iit llie Home Dependable Service Clean Cars and Courteous Drivers ORR-GRAY DRUG STORE 118 East Eable Street Anderson, S. C. Founded 1826 FURMAN UNIVERSITY Gheenville, S. C. Courses leading to degrees ol Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts in Music, and Master of Art. Pre-professional course groui ings. Special emphasis on training for Christian leadership. Summer session inckides two six-weeks terms, June 9-July 16 and July 17-August 22. The fall semester begins on September 1.5. R. N. Daniel, Dean Men ' s College Fur Cdltilofi, Write Miss Elizabeth Lake Jones, Demi Women ' s College 127 ' E RE HEAD-TO-FOOT FASHION HEADQUARTERS GENE ANDERSON Quality Cost No More 128 129 le Furniture Store ANDERSON, S. C. iir Best for a Bargain on the Square Since 1920 ELECTRIC PRINTING CO. MARTIN HEATING CO. Heatiiiii and Air Condition ■ • • Phone 177 Anderson, S. C. 410 NoBTH Main Street Phone 1737 130 COMPLIMENTS OF THE ST A TE and CRITERION 131 SMITH ' S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE Anderson s Busiest Prescription Drug Store Featuring: ELIZABETH ARDEN, DuBARRY PRIMROSE HOUSE COSMETICS 110 X. MAIN STREET ANDERSON. S. C. 132 t Q ' " " 133 1 1 1 i J bru n-dldn stud 10 s A ■- ' ,jS 3»H;5 ELJei. ' » ;, y jjtj 7 aS3Jsr,? .twv ' •. ?:«» S Si?; ! ; , - " ( aUe iiMU4ii " Dutoyam RYN-ALAN STUDIOS 420 W. LAFAYETTE ST. •:■ TAMPA 6, FLORIDA (Price Lt5t Sent on Request for Additional Portraits from Annual Poses) 134 D 010 PROCESS R ota S t(yta(Ae 1193 LUCKIE STREET, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA ?35 MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT COCHRAN ' S Your Popular Jewelry Store for 57 Years ANDERSON GREENVILLE GREENWOOD iTo 0. Ofaverli s ertisers WE THANK YOU, OUR P RIENDS FOR HELPING TO MAKE THIS ANNUAL A SUCCESS I3t STUDENT DIRECTORY Lc« is Ackff Jtilin Addison Uaib.ii:! Ailicn RohiTt Ali-x,iiuli- Riif ' iis Altiliail Bolibif Aiidi-rs. - . . ,52 PicdmijiU Ave, Aiidi-isi.ii, S. C. R. 1, I ' cl cr, S. C. 602 Miiulti-ii- S.|., ' Andf.snn, S. C. I ' ii-dm .n(, S. C. 12 Niirris St., Andi-rsdii, S. C. R. 1, W. I ' arkiT Rd., Onciivillf, S. (. " . June Anderson Windgatc Ave., Lilii:iiv, P.i. Ger.ikiine Ashvvorth B. i J, WiKoe, W. Va. Carmen Avery 2601 M.n-engo St., New Orleans I , L.i. Carolyn Bacon 1320 E. 37th St., Savannah, G.i. Elizabeth Bagwell R. 1, I ' iedniont, S. C. Mary Etta Bailey Bo.x 321, Jamestown, Pa. Phyllis Bailey Bo. 321, J.miestown, Pa. Alice Baker 510 S. McQneen St., Florence, S. (. ' . J.icqm lyn li.dlentine River Heights, Anderson, S. C. Janellc Bannister 207 IVIonroe St., Anderson, S. C. William Barr Williamston, S. C. Betty Barton 1035 S. McDuffie St., Anderson, S. C. Harold Beard Riley St., . ' nderson, S. C. Irene Bell R. 1, Calhoun K.ills, S. C. Viola Bell 775 Fourth St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Ann Berry 66 W. Poinsett, Greer, S. C. Sylvia Best Fairfax, S. C. Betty Bidt W. Market Ext., Anderson, S. C. Dorothy Jean Bolt 203 Greenville St., Andcrs.in, S. C. Alice Bowen 41S N. Main St., Anderscni, S. C. Carolyn Howen Blaney, S. C. Bonnie Hoyette Ill Sa annah St., Toccoa, Ga. Dottie Boynton Green Pond, S. C. Charles Bracken Pendleton, S. C. Family Br.mnen 105 Main St., Wliitmiie, S. C. Genev.i Brooks R. 1, Six Mile, S. C. Anna Dean Brow n 308 S. M.dn, Belton, S. C. Doris Brown R. 1, Iva, S. C. Mary E. Brown Box 127, Iva, S. C. Mary T. Brown 463 Tribble St., Anderson, S. C. Ezra Bruce 115 Cunningham Dr., Andeison, S. C. Thomas Bruce R. 2, Belton, S. C. Cecil Buchanan 28 Harris St., Anderson, S. C. Inez Buch.inan 40 Ly(jns St., .Anderson, S. C. Matha Lee Burdette R. 4, W.ishington, Ga. Iris Burton 800 Bcechwood .Ave., Greenville, S. C. Gladys Camp 6 A St., Inman, S. t Evelyn Campbell 1010 E. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Joan Campbell 803 N. Boulevard Ext., .Anderson, S. C. Mary F ' rances Campbell R. 2, N. Main Ext., Anderson, S. C. Sara Lee Campbell 207 Boulevard Ext., Anderson, S. C. Jane Canon 151 W. Park St., Lee, Mass. Mary Capell R. 3, Seneca, S. C. Henry Castlebeiry Luci.i Ann C.uible Alile.ni Chamblee J .mies Ch.ipm.-in Mary Jane Charles , M.irgaret Ann Ch.istain 711 X. Main St., Anderson, S. C. 112 Alton Ave., Greenville, S. C. R. 2, Belton, S. C. Finley St., N.). 4, Pelzer, S. C. 126 Lannear Dr., Greenville, S. C. R. 3, Pickens, S. C. Beatiice clamp 100 Cunningham Dr., Anderstm, S. C Jean C(jbb 201 N. Main St., Westminster, S. C. Virginia Cobb Mountain Rest, S. C. Mllt.ni Cider R. 1 , Williamston, S. C. Edv ard Colem.m, Ji- 21 Sirrine St., Anderson, S. C. George Compton O ' Ne.il St., Belton, S. C. Mildred Cooke Galivants Ferry, S. C. Eli abeth Cornett Box 678, Alva, FLy. Jacqueline Corr 37 Sterling .Ave., White Plains, N. Y. Dottle Cotliron Jslamorada, Fla. Jean Cothriui Islamorada, Fla Nina Courtenay 2190 Forrest Way, N. E. Atlanta, Ga. Jean Cox 1614 Peachtree St., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. J.ickson Cromer 128 Korrls St., Anderson, S. C. Dorothy Currin 324 E. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. Oli ia Dacus R. I, Dacusville, S. C. Ella Denny 2126 Kennedy Dr., Augusta, Ga. Frances Dent Spring St., Washington, Ga. Cynthia Doininick 1517 Johnstime St., Newberry, S. C. M,ilc(dm Dover 203 Boulevard Ext., Anderson, S. C. Jean Drennon 626 S. M.uining St., Anderson, S. C. Catherine Duncan 601 Pope Dr., Anderson, S. C. Elizabeth Duncan 876 Atlantic Drive, Atlanta, Ga. Doris Ellis 608 Murray .Ave., Anderson, S. C. R.iy Ellis 608 Mmray Ave., Anderson, S. C. .Alvin Ellison R. 2, Belton, S. C. Edna Ellison R. 1, .Anderson, S. C. Ezra Emblcr , ., 519 Bleckley St., Anderson, S. C. ■Ann Emerson 121 S. E. 1st St., Miami, Fla. Elizabeth Erskine R. 5, Anderson, S. C. John Fell Box 53, Lowndcsville, S. C. Jo Anne Ferguson Box 355, Havelock, N. C. Nancyc Fish 314 Cadima .Ave., Coral Gables 34, Fla. Florence Fleishman 138 Oak Dr., Anderson, S. C. William Fortner 204 Brown St., Anderson, S. C. Una Lee Foster 300 Broad St., Hemingway, S. C. .Andia Frasher 644 Highland Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Juanita Frederick 1217 Ligon St., Anderson, S. C. Jackie Fuller R. 2, Rome, Ga. Jean Futch 37 Smith St., Ware Shoals, S. C. Mable Lee Gambrell R. 3, Piedmont, S. C. Edward Garrett 133 Wellington St., Anderson, S. C. Etiierleen Garrison 1038 E. Whitner, .Anderson, S. C. 137 STUDENT DIRECTORY— Continued Edith Gates 131 5. V : :i Rd., Fair Lawn, N.J. Evelyn Gibson Centenary, S. C. Annie Lou Gilchrist .. 1 1 A. Kiawah Homes, Charleston, S. C. Mary Gillenwater Box 54, .Appalachia, Va. Mary Gilreath S .- Street, Inman, S. C. Frances Godley Box 133, Walterboroi S. C. Grace Graham R. 3, Galivants Ferry, S. C. Janice Grant 14S Riverside Dr., Clemson, S. C. Bobbie Jean Grantland . . . . 706 Ridgecrest Ave., Anderson, S. C. Margaret Jean Groce 3S4 Dornian Rd., Conneaut, Ohio Patricia Hadden Williamston, S. C. Gayle Hall 5 Ware St., Ware Shoals, S. C. Sara Hall R. 6, .■ nderson, S. C. Martha Hammett 117 Hampton St., Greenville, S. C. Jake Hand 1 16 W. River St., Anderson, S. C. James Hanks 403 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Elizabeth Harbin Ill Dunbar St., Greenville, S. C. Charles Hart 2009 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Charlotte Hendley 253 Glenndale Ave., Decatur, Ga. Margaret Hendricks 1139 E. River St., .Anderson, S. C. Claude Hightower R. 1, Walhalla, S. C. Elizabeth Hoffman ... Sandbar Ferry Rd., Rt. 4, Augusta, Ga. Helen Hoffman Sandbar Ferry Rd., R. 4, Augusta, Ga. R.ay HoUiday 830 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. Roy Holliday 830 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. -Ann Holman 216 Warren St., Tinnnunsville, S. C. Leora Hood R. 4, Greer, S. C. Mary Louise Hood 503 MeNatt Ave., Aurora, Mo. Sarah Hooker R- 5, Greenville, S. C. Opal Hopkins Box 253, Pendleton, S. C. Jean Howell 110 Strickland St., Plant City, Fla. Clarice Hudson.. 109 Hickory St., Ashley For., Charleston, S. C. Varieta Hunt Box 128, Honea Path, S. C. Thomas Jackson 357 Calhoun St., Anderson, S. C. . ' nnc Jacobs 652 State St., Lancaster, Pa. Gabby Jenkins Wadmalaw Island, S. C. Carey Jessup R. 6, Box 246-G, Mandarin, Fla. Rosine Johns R. 1 , Lodge, S. C. Doris Johnson N. Main St., Whitmire, S. C. Rebecca Johnston S. Main St., Honea Path, S. C. Ellene Jordon 11 Anderson St., Pelzcr, S. C. Shirley Kalb 907 E. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, Md. Dorothy Kates 508 Glenwood Ave., Anderson, S. C. Jo Ann Kennedy 1305 1 2 North St., Greenville, S. C. Jack Kilgore 1 Hammett St., Anderson, S. C. Mitzi Kimpton 328 Ninth St., E. P. H., Pensacola, Fla. Elinor King Mahaffey St., Bclton, S. C. Raymond King Belton, S. C. Katharine Kirkland 1315 Glenn St., Newberry, S. C. Joyce Lambert Ill " Mc.Alpine St., Nashville, Tcnn. Mary Anm- Land Star Rt., Seneca, S. C. D .rothy Latham R. 1, Iva, S. C. Murrell Lawson Tugahut Rd., Toccoa, Ga. Nan Leaphart North, S. C. Dennis Ledford R. 3, Lopez St., Pelzer, S. C. Betsy Leppert 264 Hay«...Hl St., Ashcville, N. C. Catlierine Linder R. 2, Spartanburg, S. C. Betty Locke 441 N. W. 44 St., Miami, Fla. Frances Lollis 205 Stafford .Ave., Greenville, S. C. James Lovern Box 661, Anderson, S. C. Helen Lusk R. 1 , Tamassee, S. C. Phyllis Magnano 47 Air Line Ave., Portland, Conn. Sandra Manchester 516 Almena Ave., Ardsley, N. Y. Mavis Manheini 341 S. Wacc.imaw Ave., Columbia, S. C. Marian Miller Box 1286, Loris, S. C. John Marianos 514 S. McDuffie St., Anderson, S. C. Catherine Martin 676 North St., Anderson, S. C. Cecil Martin 238 Peachtree St., Anderson, S. C. Doris Jean Martin 40 Hammett St., .Anderson, S. C. Martha Martin R. 1, .Anderson, S. C. Wallace Martin 2025 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Lillian Masscy 43 Lyons St., Anderson, S. C. Eloise Matheson Mountain Rest, S. C. Frankie Matheson Fair Play, S. C. Iberia McCarlery 143 Saver St., Anderson, S. C. Theresa McCoy 405 Stwells Pt. Rd., Norfolk 5, Va. Dorothy McGarvey Bluft ' ton, S. C. Wilton McGee R. 3, Iva, S. C. Florence Mclntyre Box 714, Marion, S. C. Dorothy McKee 2426 S. Main Ext., .Anderson, S. C. Mary McLane 11 Mills .A ' e., Greenville, S. C. Harry McMahan 621 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Sara McNinch 324 E. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. Bonnie Jean Medlock Box 217, Pendleton, S. C. Carolyn Merrltt Easley, S. C. Lois Miller Sterling Junction, Mass. Henry Moore R. 1 , Starr, S. C. June Moore 526 North St., Anderson, S. C. Louise Moore R. 1, Williamston, S. C. Sybil Moore Box 25, Starr, S. C. Mary Lou Morant 120 Rose Place, Neptune Beach, Fla. Jessie Lee Mull 1002 W. Whitmire St., Anderson, S. C. Gail Newton 44 Monadnock Rd., Worcester, Mass. Julian Norris Box 88, Williamston, S. C. Wendell Norwood 15 Stringer St., Belton, S. C. Barbara Jane Orr 913 Ella St., Anderson, S. C. M.irtha Ann Otey Box 38, Peach Creek, W. Va. Rachael Owen 426 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. 138 STUDENT DIRECTORY— Continued Tommy Owen 525 Blcckly St., Anck-ison, S. C. Zoa Owen R. I , Wlllhimst in, S. C. Georgia Parasho 1 04 Jnlin St., ' Anderson, S. C. Reid Parker R. 2, Anderson, S. C. Lillian Paysinger R. 2, Hox 2 ' , Ninety Six, S. C. Sadie Peoples Estill, S. C. Sarah Peeples Estill, S. C. Mary Betty Perry Ellijay, Ga. Martha Pettigrcw Box 27, Starr, S. C. Violet Phillips Lynchburg, S. C. Patricia Podesta 7 Gracie Sq., New York 28, N. Y. Juanita Poole R. 2, Greer, S. C. Virginia Powell Pooler, Ga. Nell Rose Price Wolf ton, S. C. Louis Pruitt 745 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Marion Pruitt 745 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Yvette Quiriy 132 Grandview Ave., W. Springfield, Mass. Edna M.ic Reaves R. 3, Honea Path, S. C. Geneva Roberts 709 King St., Camden, S. C. Vivian Robins 544 V. VV.ishingtmi St., Greenville, S. C. Myrtle Dean Roc 1111 Ella St., Anderson, S. C. Florence Rogers 619 BIrney St., Marietta, Ga. Harold Rogers Box 45, WiUianiston, S. C. Syderas Ross Blaney, S. C. Patricia Ryan 340 E. 254 St., New York, N. Y, Thelma Ryan 52 Beach St., Massena, N. Y. Martha Sandeman Burts, No. 4, Pelzer, S. C. Joan Shafer 307 East Drive, Dayton 9, Ohio Jane Shelor N. Catherine St., Walhalla, S. C. Catherine Shelton 811 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. Myrtle Shepherd 1157 Leland Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Betty Ann Shirley 404 E. Franklin, Anderson, S. C. Loraine Shore 608 Woodrow Circle, Anderson, S. C. Nancy Simonds Box 883, Winter Haven, Fla. Barbara Jean Skclton SOON. Fant St., Anderson, S. C. Alice Smith R. 2, Landrum, S. C. Betty Jean Smith 320 E. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C Betty Jo Smith 316 Society St., Anderson, S. C. Eleanor Smith 223 Sayre St., .Anderson, S. C. Emma Jean Smith 404 Summit Ave., Anderson, S. C. Joan Smith 114 Sumner St., Greenville, S. C. Margaret Ann Smith Box 124, Ridgeland, S. C. NInetta Spearman W. Market, Anderson, S. C. Mary Stathakis 104 E. Morris St., Anderson, S. C. Dorothy Stewart Sunset, S. C. Jo Ann Stiber 2610 Ersklne St., South Bend, Ind. John Stone R. I , Pelzer, S. C. Virginia Street Box 233, Valdese, N. C. Frank SutlKil.ind 208 Johnson, Anderson, S. C. Vivian Talley Box 317, Seneca, S. C. Ella Mae Tanner S. Main St., Marion, S. C. Betty Jo Taylor 215 White St., Anderson, S. C. J.inette Taylor 15 Greene St., Greenville, S. C. Nancy Taylor R. 1, Wellford, S. C. Frances Teasley 304 Jackson St., Anderson, S. C. Charles Terry Main St., Williamston, S. C. Charles Thompson 618 Woodrow Circle, Anderson, S. C. Lorraine Thompson Box 76, Olanta, S. C. Ruby Thompson 2202 N. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Rachel Thornton Elbcrton, Ga. Charles Thrift U Poplar Ave., Bclton, S. C. Betty Jo Tinsley 138 N. W. 16lh Ave., Miami, Fla. Barbara Tolly 116 Bonh.im Court, Anderson, S. C. Jean Trumbo 27 Maney St., Asheville, N. C. Barbara Ann Turner 308 W. Main St., Forest City, N. C. Rosalynn Vance Plumtree, " N. C. Betty Vaughn R. 4, Greer, S. C. Jean Vermillion 278 Greenwood Ave., Ware Shoals, S. C. Jane Voglcr 1230 N. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Ruth Waite 9 Westland St., Worcester, Mass. Joseph Walker Box 61, LaFrance, S. C. Dorecn Watson . Box 9.A, Belton, S. C. Louise Watson 414 S. Church St., Florence, S. C. Vivian Welter 89 Fremont St., Gloversville, N. Y. Crystal Whlsenhunt , , 416 W. Evans, Florence, S. C. Betty K.iy White 111 Waccamaw Ave., Greenville, S. C. Elizabeth Whitfield R. 1_ Townville, S. C. Dorothy Wilder R. 5, Box 203, Anderson, S. C. Joyce Willard 1519 Church St., Whitmire, S. C. Mary Reda Williams Fairfax, S. C. Lila Wills Arrington, Va. Mrs. Guy Wilson R. 3, Elberton, Ga. Janis Wilson 1509 Laurens Rd., Greenville, S. C. John Wilson R. 2, Martin, Ga. Linda Wilson 60S S. Tugaloo St., Walhalla, S. C. .Alice Yon R. 2, .Anderson, S. C. 139 i JtraT P W • ' ,.(y « " l % n OYLCL '


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