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1948 J -t " - » •» i-s • ' ., .■ i -, • . ' iPr ' Cjia, » »• ' ■ .• • i ; r ,» y: ■ ■■ r- : " . . " m ■■ . ' rS? ■ - ,1 i h ' n. -.- J " ?! . - ' ...r- ' - L SJ CoLunms ms RNDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON ,50UTH CflROLINfl OUR SCHOOL ' Some say, Thy grace is -outh, and gentle sport; Both grace and faults are lov ' d of more and less: Thou mak ' st faults graces that to Thee resort. As on the finger of a throned queen The basest jewel will be well esteemed; So are those errors that in Thee are seen. To truths translated, and for the things deem ' d. How many lambs might the stern wolf betray. If like a lamb He could His looks translate! How many gazers might ' st Thou lead away. If Thou would ' st use the strength of all Thy state! As Thou being mine, mine is Thou good report. " —Sonnet XCVI. i t ' ' ' t ' V Mi - , • ' ' i ■, -;, , %- lf- ' •■ K - i- K A • r- r, ' §«» iL% :iK , . ' f -: ' •■ r . ' ,Jig y|%- ' - R FOREWORD " Here ' s a rosemary; that ' s for remembrance, " " And let ns not burden our remembrance with a heaviness that ' s gone, " " But let these sweet thoughts refresh our labors. " —Hamlet, The Tempest. Mrs. Clifford J. Brown ' Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low; An excellent thing in woman. " —King Lear. PRESIDENT DR. ANNIE DOVE DENMARK, President " The dews of Heaven fall thick in blessings on her! " -King Henry VHI. 10 ADMINISTRATION KATHRYN COPELAND Dean of the College %•■ GRACE CRONKHITE Dean of Music CLAIRE LUCAS Student Counselor ELIZABETH TRIBBLE Resistrar FACULTY Ball, William Bible Barnett, Camilla Physical Education Boulware, Mrs. M. D. . Art Brown, Mrs. Clifford Librarian Burrell, Evelyn Preparatory Department Burriss, Mary Major Secretarial Science Campbell, Frances . Secretary to President Cook, Ruby Assistant to Dean Courtney, Bess Assistant Librarian Culyer, Katherine Director of Glee Club, Voice, Solfeggio Davis, Juanita ' Assistant to Dean Gatlin, Sara Speech, Dramatic Art Hubb ard, Mrs. William Home Economics Jennings, Malinda Piano, Appreciation of Music Major, Mrs. Lucia English MuLKEY, Mrs. Mary Lou Nurse Orr, Mrs. Olga Martin Piano Pace, Mildred Science Paschal, Rosa Education, Mathematics Pruitt, Dr. Olga Doctor Salla, Mrs. U. G Dormitory Supervisor Sullivan, Mrs. Coy English Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Housekeeper Todd, Cynthia Assistant in Secretarial Science Von Hasseln, Henry History, Social Science Von Hasseln, Webb Modern Languages, Violin Walker, Sue Todd Dietitian Westmoreland, Mrs. Sloan ' . . Hostess 12 ijAUMilT BOULWARE BROWN BURRELL BURRISS CAMPBELL COOK FACULTY COURTNEY CULVER DAMS GATLIN HUBBARD JENNINGS MULKEY ORR 14 •ir IL PACE PASCHAL SALLA SULLIVAN TODD VON HASSELN, H. VON HASSELN, W. WESTMORELAND FACULTY IS COLEMAX, DAY, MEDLOCK. ELLIS, GODLEY, K.AY SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Gladys Day President Edw.ard Colem.an Vice-President Bonnie Medlock Secretary Doris Ellis Treasurer Anne Kay Town Marshal Frances Godley Resident Marshal Henry von Hasseln Sponsor Saudy Haley ' Mascot 13 SOPHOMORE CLASS " When to the sessions of sweet silent thought I summon up remembrance of things past, I sigh the lack of many a thing I sought, And with old woes new wail my dear time ' s waste: Then can I drown an eye, unus ' d to flow. For precious friends hid in death ' s dateless night, And weep afresh love ' s long-since-cancelled wo, And moan the expense of many a vanish ' d sight. Then can I griex ' e at grieviences fore-gone, And heavil - from wo to wo tell o ' er. The sad account of fore-bc noaned moan. Which I new pay as if not j ayed before. But if the while I think on Thee, dear friend. All losses are restor ' d, and s(M-rows end. " —Sonnet XXX. 1 i 4 VON HASSELN HALEY 19 Sophomore RUFUS ALTMAN 20 cl ass JANELLE BANNISTER VIOLA BELL 21 Sophomore DORIS BROWN 22 L. IRIS BURTON 23 ophomore MARY CAPELL 24 ass ALDEAN CHAMBLEE MARY JANE CHARLES 25 ELIZABETH ANN CORNETT 26 MARY ANN CUNNINGHAM GLADYS DAY 27 ophomore CATHERINE DUNCAN 28 ass JAMES EVANS 29 Aw v_ - • f { i_ ' II I (_ c MABLE LEE GAMBRELL 30 v u f FRANCES GODLEY 31 Sopkonaore MARTHA HAMMETT 32 cl ass MRS. LORRAINE HARDEE LOTTIE HARDEE JACK HAND Sophonaore ROY HOLLIDAY 34 ass ESTHER JOHNSON 35 REBECCA JOHNSTON Sop ho jn ore ANNE KAY JO ANN KENNEDY 36 ass MURRELL LAWSON DENNIS LEDFORD 37 CATHERINE MARTIX y Sopn o nore WALLACE MARTIN GERALDINE McMURRAY 38 ass LOUISE MOORE T BARBARA ORR 39 VIOLET PHILLIPS ' - Sophomore GINGER POWELL KATE PURCELL 40 ass PATRICIA RYAN 41 Sopnomore BARBARA SKELTON 42 M ass VIRGINIA STREET 43 Sophomore FRANCES TEASLEY 44 ass CHARLES THRIFT 45 ophofnore L.lass LOUISE WATSON 46 CRYSTAL, WHISENHUNT ELIZABETH WHITFIELD Sophomore Class JOE WINCHE STER LILLIAN MASSEY Post Graduate 47 WALTERS. SPEARS, TIMMONS, GARRISON FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Baebaba Timmons President Kenneth McClain Vice-President Laura Jo Spears Secretary Laura Jean High Treasurer Cynthia Todd Sponsor Marka Wilkinson Mascot John Acker Mascot Margie Garrison Toion Marshal Doris Walters Resident Marshal TODD 48 X ± XJU im XJ7: _L ' Our first glimpse of college P ' reshman life began on the fatal day, Tnesday, September 17, 1947. We didn ' t know where to go or what to do until the B. S. U. came to our rescue . . . placement tests . . . schedules . . . orientation . . . new faces . . . council members . . . faculty members— these were all new to us. How were we supposed to know where our classes were? We finally became accustomed to all this, however . . . college regulations . . . parlor dating . . . memories of Clemson socials . . . teas . . . receptions . . . Rat Hop . . . volleyball and hockey tournaments . . . October Day . . . Dr. Denmark ' s inspiring chapel talks . . . football games . . . Autumn Ball . . . Thanksgiving . . . initiation week . . . Christmas First Night . . . Vespers . . . Days were counted until Christmas vacation . . . but— exams greeted us upon our return . . . snow, at last . . . new schedules and new faces again ... " I Miss You So " being sung in the halls . . . new collegiAnnes and collegians . . . the Drooping of the Lily . . . square dances . . . Spring holidays and Easter . . . sun baths . . . May Day . . . Taps Ball . . . and at last— Commencement and our first year finished at A. C. ACKER WILKINSON 49 Fresk nman a ass 50 WENDELL ABLES BILLIE JO ACKER JOSEPH ALEWLNE JEAN ALEXANDER MILDRED ANN BEATY AUDREY BENNETT HAZEL BLACK RAMONA BLOCKER NL RSHALL CAMPBELL PHYLLIS CAMPBELL PEGGY CAREY WILLIAM CARLTON JO ANN COLLIER MARTHA COPELAND JEAN CORNOGG BEN CROMER EUNICE DAVIS BETTY DEAN BERTHA ELLENBURG CROSSAN EVANS MARGIE GARRISON MARVIN GARRISON JOYCE GIBSON TED GLENN DORIS ANDERSON REBECCA ARMSTRONG BILL BARR FRANK BARNES BETTY JEAN BROCK JOSEPHINE BROUGHTON JOHN BUICE HAROLD BURDEN IRIS CAUDELL JEAN CHAPMAN EARLE COBB BETTY COLLIER BETTY RUTH CROMER BETTY JEAN DANTZLER HAROLD DAVENPORT BOBBIE DAVIS ELEANOR EVANS BILL FANT FRANCES FLEMING KATHRYN FOSTER SARA GREGORY ANN GURLEY FRANCES GUYTON SALLY MAE HALL n. J- nL 52 ■ P . " ft! JACQUELINE HALLMAN BETTY ANN HARPER PEGGY ANNE HARRIS LAURA JEAN HIGH FRANK HOOPER HAROLD HUDSON MARGARET JOHNS ANN JOHNSON GEORGE LANGSTON DOT LEANORD ALMOND LEVERETTE BERT LEWTS JANEILA MAYFIELD KENNETH McCLAIN CHARLES McKINNEY VIOLET MEDLIN J U ANITA NEWTON NHLDRED NEWTON JOYCE NIX BARBARA JEAN OWEN EVELYN PINSON NETTIE POORE MARY ANNE RAINES EDNA RAMBO CLAUDE HIGHTOWER JEWELL HIGHTOWER FRANCES HOLLIDAY FLORA ADA HOOD GUY KATES JUNE KAY BETTY KEASLER JOYCE KING CONNIE MANLY JOHN MARINOS ILA MAY L RTIN LOUISE MATTISON LOUISE MITCHELL MENDEL MORRIS BETTY LOU MORRISON THELxVLA MURPHY FRANK OWEN MARY ALICE PARNELL ANITA PICKENS RUTH PICKENS ANNE RHEM JOYCE RICHARDSON MARY E. ROGERS ESTHER ROGERS S3 Freshman CL ass f - 54 SYDERAS ROSS HOPE SCHOPPEL BARBARA SELLERS GERALD SHORE LORAINE SHORE BETTY JEANNE SIMPSON MARION SMITH MARGARET SNIDER LAURA JO SPEARS BARBARA STALEY DOROTHY STANFIELD HELEN JEAN STEWART BETTY STOUT ELLA STYHR DORIS THRIFT BARBARA TIMMONS BETTY NELL TIMMS ANNE TRIBBLE ALMA USSERY ROSALYNN VANCE BETTY VICKERY FRANCES WALKER DORIS WALTERS VIRGINIA WEATHERS ANNE WELLS PEARL WHITAKER ELIZABETH WILLIAMS PEGGY WILLIAMS JOHN WILSON BETTY WOODALL JEAN YOUNG 55 QUADEN, HOLLOWELL, TRUMBO, COTHRAX, McCOY HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS ROSS BURRELL Jean Trumbo President Janet Quaden Vice-President Nancy Hollowell , Secretary Jean Cothbon Treasurer Theresa McCoy ' . Marshal Evelyn Bubeell Sponsor Sam Ross Mascot 56 -.i.jfe.x. ' k..: " I COLEMAN HENDLEY MANCHESTER QUADEN SMITH COTHRON HOLLOWELL McCOY REICH TRUMBO DAVIS JOHANSON MERRILL RYAN TUCKER DUNCAN- KING PADGETT SATTERFIELD 57 Junior Class j BANCROFT ELIOPOULOS JENKINS RHEM WATSON BOWEN FOLGER MILNER SPEARS WEEKS EBEN HARP NICHOLS WASHBURN One Soph omore ■58 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES JEAN COTHRAN Most Athletic 59 Tits --r STUDENT GOVERN B.4RBARA Ann Tubner President Virginia Street Vice-President MuRRELL Lawson Secretary Jean Cobb Treasurer Mary Capell West House President Louise Moore East House President Una Lee Foster Fire Chief LiBBiE Cornett Faculty Representative Jo Anne Ferguson Student Representative Charlotte Hendley High School Representative The Resident Council is elected by popular vote to administer a government which gives to each student the greatest liberty consistent with the best interests of the entire group. The object of the Council is to foster student interests and activities, to maintain a high standard of scholarship and of honor among students, to administer regulations, and to transact business pertaining to the student body. They enable student government to be true self-government. 62 Dorothy Jean Bolt President Joseph Walker Vice-President Doris Ellis Secretary Janelle Bannister Treasurer Bonnie Medlock Sophomore Representative Charles Thrift Sophomore Representative The Town Council is made up of non-resident students. The object of this Council is to maintain a high standard of scholarship and honor among students, and to transact business concerning the student bodv. MENT ASSOCIATION 63 TURNER, ELLIS, SHELOR, CAPELL, GODLEV, GAMBRELL, GOR.XETT, ALTMAN, MOORE, COBB, FOSTER, PHILLIPS, STREET. ' TUDENT Una Lee Foster ' President Janette Taylor " . Vice-President Jean Cobb Social Vice-President Virginia Street . Devotional Vice-President Violet Phillips Secretary-Treasure] Louise Moore Publicity Director Mable Lee Cambrell Music Director LiBBiE CoRNETT Presbyterian Representative MAR-i Capell Sunday ScJiooI Representative Doris Ellis Training Union Representative Jane Shelor Y. W. A. Representative Frances Godley . . Magazine Representative RuFus Altman Day Student Representative Barbara Ann Turner— Student Government Representative Mrs. Sally Hubbakd Sponsor The Baptist Student Union serves as a strong link l etween the church and the college students. A student becomes a member of it when he or she joins a church in the college center, a Simday School, Training Union, Y. W. A. or any other recognized unit or organization. Morning watch, chapel programs, monthly Y. W. A. meet- ings, sunshine sister week, and wholesome entertainment are the principal features of the B. S. U. At state and southwide rituals and conventions there is an opportunit} ' of m eeting fellow students from other campuses. HUBBARD 64 1947 Pre-School Retreat UNION COUNCIL V. V. A. Council 65 CollegiAnnes The students who are of the Honor System at Anderson College are called CollegiAnnes and Collegians. Their responsibilities are greater than those students inider 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. 6|b BRUCE, VON HASSELN, HUBBARD, TODD, STREET PHI THETA KAPPA Virginia Street Student Member Mrs. Sally Hubb. i d Faculty Member Elizabeth Bruce Faculty Member Henry von Hasseln Faculty Member Cynthia Todd Faculty Member Kathryn Copeland Sponsor 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 u]3per ten per cent, of the class. The aim of the organization is to promote scholarship, develop character, and cultivate friendship among the students. ( Nr 67 Li. .. BOLT, CHAMBLEE, TURNER, BAXXISTER, MOORE, CAMPBELL " ALPHA PI EPSILON Janelle B. ' VNNistee President Joan Campbell Treasurer Louise Moore Vice-President Dorothy Jean Bolt Program Chairman Aldean Chamblee Secretary Barbara Ann Turner Program Chairman Mary Major Burriss Sponsor Alpha Pi Epsilon is the national honorar}- secretarial society for colleges. Its chief purpose is to profession- alize the status of the college-trained secretary. The society stresses superior achievement in W stenography and stimulates an interest in the field by bringing together students outstanding in secre- tarial subjects. It encourages its members to carry high ideals into business relations. The Sigma Chapter organized at Anderson College in May, 1941, is the only chapter in South Carolina. A student to be eligible must make a grade of A on BURRISS shorthand and a B on all other subjects. 68 ALTMAN, CAPELL, STREET INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB RuFus Altman President ViBGiNLA Street Vice-President Mary Capell Secretary Henry vox Hasseln Sponsor The International Relations Club at Anderson Col- lege is a charter member of the Southern Association and regularly sends representatives to its meetings. The membership is made up of students who are especially interested in history and international rela- tions. 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 meetings are held on the second Tuesdays of each month when members come together for discussions and for programs of current events. i-ON- HASSELN 69 COLEMAN, POWELL. KIMPTOX, BURDEN DELTA PSI OMEGA Ginger Powell President Ed Coleman Vice-President MiTZi KiMPTON Secretary Harold Burden Member Sara Gatlin Sponsor Active in the dramatic activities of the college is the national honorary dramatic fraternit ' , Delta Psi Omega. This fraternity was organized in January of 1946 in order to recognize outstanding students who have excelled in some phase of play production. This year Delta Psi Omega has presented four one-act plays during the Christmas season, and the comedy, " Charley ' s Aunt " , in the spring. Its members have attended plays in Anderson, and Greenville at Furman and Bob Jones Uni ' ersities. GATLIN 70 June Mad PLAYS-1Q47 S nLiN ' Through Pi TAYLOR, POWELL THE GLEE CLUB GixGEE Po VELL President Janette Taylor Secretary Kathekcne Culyer Sponsor The Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Katherine Culyer, is very active. At the Chrishiias season they participated in sexeral programs— espers and Christmas First Night. The ' are in demand as guests for banquets and church services. In the spring they will go to the Columbia Music Festival, with Glee Clubs from the entire state of S. C. Other ap- pearances will be made during Commencement Week and on Founder ' s Dav. CULYER 72 3 " 1 : » ' r A a . THE CHORUS SOPRANO I SOPRANO II Ruby Cook Jean Cobb Charlotte Hendley Juanita Davis Claii-e Johanson Jackie Hallman Becky Johnston Virginia Street Sandra Manchester Ella Styhr Betty Lou Morrison Ella Mae Tanner Mildred Newton Janette Taylor Joyce Nix Alma Ussery Ginger Powell Edna Rambo ALTO Suzanne Rhem Evelyn Burrell Syderas Ross Iris Burton Ann Tribble Terry McCoy Jean Young Suzanne Reich 73 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB BROWN, MARTIN, SCHOPPEL. WHISENHUNT Doris Brown President Crystal Whisenhunt Vice-President Hope Schoppel Secretary Catherine M. rtln Treasurer Mrs. Sally Hubhard Sponsor The Doddridge Home Economics Club is eager to help college students who are interested in this field develop initiative, leadership, and professional pride. This club, named after the first home eco- nomics teacher at Anderson College is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association. In the fall of 1947, this club was organized and now has a well-balanced program of activities con- sisting of educational, social, and professional value. Being an in- terested and wide-awake group it seeks to serve the school as well as the home and communitv. 74 WEATHERS, ASHWORTH, CANON, ACKER COMxMERCIAL CLUB Jerry Ashworth President Jane Canon Vice-President BiLLiE Jo Acker Secretary-Treasurer Virginia Weathers Social Chairman Mary Major Burriss Sponsor 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. 75 HOPKINS, CORNETT, WHISEXHUNT, FERGUSON ANDERSON COLLEGE PLAYERS LiBBiE CoRNETT President Opal Hopkins Vice-President Crystal Whisenhunt . . • Secretary Jo Anne Ferguson Treasurer Sara Gatlin Sponsor The chief purpose of the Anderson College Players is to foster interests in dramatics by presenting plays which offer the best in entertainment and in dramatic training. They often present programs and one-act plays in chapel. Membership is based on tryouts, a new system established this year, and is gained by proven skill in staging, make-up, lighting, costuming and stage performance. 76 WOODALL, STOUT, STYHR, GILL COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Jayne Gill President Ella Styhr Vice-President Betty Stout Secretary Betty Woodall Treasurer Mildred Pace 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 includes parties, picnics and tours. This year the Cosmopolitan Club sponsored the candy machines in East Colonade which the complete school enjoys. PACE 77 VETERANS ' CLUB Hakold Burden President Harold Rogers Vice-President Martha Sandeman Secretary-Treasurer Henry von Hasseln ■ Sponsor The Anderson College Veterans ' Club, or " ACvets " , is an organi- zation founded by and for the veterans that are enrolled at the college. The purpose of the organization is for the betterment of conditions of its members. Meetings are held bi-monthly at which problems confronting the veterans are discussed in an open forum. In the interest of mutual tolerance and fraternity among members social activities, which play a major role, are held periodically. 78 DOMINICK, ASHWORTH. GILL, FLEMING, JOHANSON METHODIST CLUB Jerky Ashworth President Cynthia DoAriNiCK Vice-President Jayne Gill Secretary Claire Johanson Treasurer Frances Fleming Publicitij Chairman Malinda Jennings Sponsor The Methodist Student Movement of the Methodist Church seeks, through organized fellowship in Metho- dist Colleges and through the Wesley Foundations at state and independent colleges, to provide for the spiritual, moral and social needs of students. JENNINGS 79 K TOWN 80 CLUB TOWN 82 CLUB 83 TOWN CLUB 85 MITZI KIMPTON Editor n e i s ' isis ' 86 YODLER " . ,X ' ' Juc ° ' ' cat " - V LOR-VLXE SHORE Assistant Sports Editor 87 JO AKNE FERGUSON Editor n LIBBIE CORNETT Associate Editor GIXGER POWELL Literary Editor BETTY JEAN DANTZLER Art Editor EMILY BRANNEN Sports Manager BONNY MEDLOCK Advertising Manager JERRY ASHWORTH Business Manager EDNA RAMBO Freshman Representative COL UMNS ASSISTANTS LoRAiNE Shore Ed Coleman Bobbie Grantland Opal Hopkins Crystal Whisenhunt BiLLiE Jo Acker June Kay Sara Gregory TODD 89 A nmm .J ««» % ' i ::: ' % ' ... mm ♦ v " TV i r i tf i ' , t % ' • f SSfjg fSg tt i ■ . T«»i |Si4i:i| •» 5 % m ' - ' s . .; ' ' ■-U ' tMurrell Latvson SOPHOMORE 92 II ' lir " Bonnie Jean cMedlock PERSONALITIES §3 Edward foleman SOPHOMORE 94 Harold Rogers PERSONALITIES 95 mm Dorothy Jean Bolt SOPHOMORE 96 ( ' ' «p«} f - l1- .«:■ mM ;•-??-■■» : ' Barbara -Ann Turner PERSONALITIES 97 iiSS0 Una Lee Foster SOPHOMORE 98 Ljladys Day PERSONALITIES 99 Jo zAnne Ferguson SOPHOMORE PERSONALITIES 100 Barb ara Ann Turner MAY QUEEN 101 Standing: CYNTHIA DOMINICK. ELEANOR WASHBURN. LAURA TEAN HICxH, ANNE CAUBLE, BARBARA TIMMONS, BOBBIE GRANTLAND, DOROTHY JEAN BOLT, LEE FOSTER. Sitting: DOROTHY STANFIELD, PATRICIA RYAN. MARTHA HAMMETT, BARBARA lEAN OWEN, BONNY MEDLOCK, LYNN VANCE, ANN RHEM, CHARLOTTE HENDLEY. MAY DAY 48 MURRELL LAWSON Maid of Honor 102 51 1 " - f Ma Da ig47 Frances Lollis Mary Anne Land . . . . May Queen . Maid of Honor Dorothy Kates Dorothy Wilder Ellene Jordan Patricia Hadden Gayle Hall Juanita Fred erick Leora Hood ATTENDANTS Mary Gillen water Patricia Podesta Jackie Fuller Murrell Lawson Barbara Turner Bonnie Medlock Jean Cox Dorothy Cotliron Nina Courtney Shirley Kalb Vivian Talley Marka Wilkinson Jackie Castleberry Joe Bracken 103 ANDREW TRUMBO Sponsored by JEAN TRUMBO Hish School I O. Y. POWELL, SR. Sponsored by GINGER POWELL Delta Psi Omega MARVIN GARRISON Sponsored by BARBARA TIMMONS Fieshiium Class WE MITZI KIMPTON Sponsored by HAROLD BURDEN Veterans ' Club S. C. LAWSON Sponsored by MURRELL LAWSON W. A. A. HAROLD BURDEN Sponsored by MITZI KIMPTON The Yodler 104 PRESENT lRL d, cornett H. B. FOSTER ADAM J. STREET Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by LIBBIE CORNETT LEE FOSTER VIRGINIA STREET A. C. P. B. S. U. Phi Thcta Kuppa V. W. JOHNSON Sponsored by GLADYS J. DAY Sophomore Class DOUGLAS FERGUSON Sponsored by JO ANNE FERGUSON The Columns E. E. ASHWORTH, 1st Lt. Sponsored by JERRY ASHWORTH Methodist Club 105 X llik SPORTS . ' ■ . ■i , .. !:« ! «V ' :t r 4 . I? ' k ■« «r . w w% .• . ? - ' ;i «4 ». »« » ; 5SS»« ' " S TTf ' ' - ' X-- ««fc r f S " (MiSt . .► - TIMMOXS, JOHXSOX, LAWSOX, JOHXSTOX, GIBSOX, DAY WOMAN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MuEEELL Lawson President Evelyn Gibson Vice-President Rebecca Johnston Secretary Gladys Day Treasurer Barb. ra Timmons Reporter Esther Johnson Awards Chairman The Women ' s Athletic Association is the largest organization at Anderson College. It provides exercise and relaxation for all its members. Good sportsman- ship and a love of play are the keynotes for this organization. After a full da) ' of classes, nothing can take the place of an hour or two of fun. During the fall and winter months hockey, basketball, tumbling and vol- leyball are predominant. With the coming of spring, tennis, archery, and Softball come into tlie spotlight. The W. A. A. began its college year with a big party for everyone in the g l and ended its activities with May Day in all its crowning glory. BARiXETT 108 MEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION H. BOLD Rogers Captain Jack Kilgore Alternate Captain Kenneth McClain Guard George Langston Guard John Mabianos Guard Ted Glenn Center Thomas Bruce Guard Shorty Shore Forward Charles Hart Forward Lewis Acker Forward Marvin G.arrison Center 10? BASKETBALL ana HOCKEY w 110 X TG i - ■ ' -L .XX ■ vj[ III ARCHERY ana TENNIS 112 . LEY __ _x LL 113 Studying for Exams???? . . . October Day . . . Toothpaste Synile . . . Ginger and Her Fellow . . . Sleeping B P? . . . Shag . . . Take it Easy . . . Really, Terry . . . Watch the Birdie. IK :■:■ Hail, Hail, the Gang ' s All Here . . . Glamorous???? . . . Release your Hold . . . March Winds . Sight . . . Virginia Snow . . . An Apple a Day . . . Just Relaxing . . . Hot Dogs and Apples. Familiar 115 Smile Pretty . . . Like Father, Like Son . . . Sleep, Baby Sleep . . . It ' s a Sad, Sad Story . . . Our Distinguished Council . . . It did Snow, Ask Ripley. . . Filly . . . Good Advertisement??? . . . Her Sunday Best. 116 Between Classes . . . More Snow . . . Sicins-Time Blues. Can This Be??? . . . Bride and Groom . . . Here I Sit on a Rock 117 SOPHOMORE POSTSCRIPT Father time and us; this was a record year for Anderson College in most every respect, more students enrolled than ever before, a greater proportion of them men; " be still my heart " . An assortment of clubs, the most unique of which was the Phi Theta Kappa; it had a total membership of one— Virginia Street. Thanks to Gladys " Daisy " Day for the installment of candy and coke machines in the hall. No more hurried trips to the " Filly " on rainy days. Speaking of rain, can ' t exams put a wet blanket on A. C. activities; the best thing to be said for them is they ' re over with except for a few lucky individuals who can take them over. " Clubs " , take your choice, if you ' re Methodist see president Jerry Ashworth. Town students had their own with Dorothy Jean Bolt as its guiding light. The resident girls had the W. A. A. and Murrell Lawson. Of course the gilded voices you heard around the halls belonged to the girls of the Glee Club, Miss Katherine Culyer as director. The people who did the emoting, you know, the great actors and actresses, naturally had to belong to the Delta Psi Omega with Ginger Powell as president. Remember the " Players " initiations; the days of pigtails and suitcases, lipstick and hair ribbons for boys. Year ' s Highlights; so many girls enjoying the concerts at Boys ' High and Clemson, especially Byron Janis; the boys ' basketball team, not so many victories but enjoyed by all— with cheering cheerleaders, too; new students for the second semester with old ones coming back and old ones leaving; the college stressing religious education, with emphasis week, Christmas vespers, and Sunday morn- ing church services; looking over the Yodler under the editorship of Mitzi Kimpton and Harold Rogers; big social events were Clemson dances and our own receptions; students hurrying to chapel five days a week, the glee club adding a note of formality to the exercises. More clubs and presidents for you— Alpha Pi Epsilon with Janelle Bannister; the I. R. C. made up of the intellectuals. Buddy Altman as president; and naturally the Cosmopolitan Club with the Virginian, Jayne Gill, as president. With the year ' s highlights we leave you with a happy group at the " Filly " ; studying in yoiir room or at the library; walking up the long, shaded walks or on your way home with fond memories of a full year at A. C. 118 SCHOOL DIRECTORY FACULTY DIRECTORY Rev. W. L. Ball, Jr Belton, S. C. Miss Camilla Bamett Washington, Ga. Mrs. M. D. Boulware Box 823, Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Clifford J. Brown Donalds, S. C. Miss Elizabeth Bruce, - 404 Evans St., Anderson, S. C. Miss Evelyn Burrell Abbe il!e, S. C. Miss Mary Major Burris Rt. 2, Anderson, S. C. Miss Frances Campbell Rt. 1, Starr, S. C. Miss Sally Clinkscales . , 918 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Miss Ruby Cook Rt. 2, Fountain Inn, S. C. Dean Kathrvn Copeland— 629 S. Fillmore, Apt. 452-D, Arlington, Va. Mrs. Bess Courtney . , , 817 Brandon Ave. Jackson, Miss. Miss Grace L. Cronkhite Anderson Col., Anderson, S. C. Miss Katharine Culyer . Anderson Col., Anderson, S. C. Miss Juanita Davis , Rt. 2, Fountain Inn, S. C. Dr. Annie D. Denmark Anderson Col., Anderson, S. C. Miss Sara Gatlin Box 1042, Hendersonville, N. C. Miss Malinda Jennings Cope, S. C. Miss Claire Lucas . . Anderson College, Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Charles S. Major, 1032 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Mary Lou Mulkey Westminster, S. C. Mrs. E. A. Orr Whitehall Rd., Anderson, S. C. Miss Mildred Pace Box 159, Guthrie, Ky. Miss Rosa Paschal , , 100 Marietta St., Canton, Ga. Dr. Olga Pruitt 320 W. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. Mrs. U. G. Salla Smith St., Ware Shoals, S. C. Mrs. Charles Sullivan , 130 9 N. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Mary Sullivan Donalds, S. C. Miss Cynthia Todd .523 Boulevard, Anderson, S. C. Miss Ehzabeth Tribble 217 G ' viile St., Anderson, S. C. Henry von Hasseln 906 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Webb von Hasseln 906 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Miss Sue Todd Walker 312 W. 6th St., Columbia, Tenn. Mrs. Sloan Westmoreland Anderson Col., Anderson, S. C. STUDENT DIRECTORY Wendell Abies Rt. 2, Westminster, S. C. Bilhe Jo Acker Stevenson Dr., Belton, S. C. Lewis, Acker 525 Piedmont Ave., Anderson, S. C. John Addison Rt. 1, Pelzer, S. C. Joseph Alewine Rt. 1, Belton, S. C. Jean Alexander Patrick Apts., Anderson, S. C. Rufus Altman 125 Norris St., Anderson, S. C. Doris Anderson 1718 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Rebecca Armstrong Fountain Inn, S. C. Jerry Ashworth Wilcoe, W. Va. Ruth Bancroft 17 N. Main St., Cassadaga, N. Y. Janelle Bannister 207 Monroe St., Anderson, S. C. Wilham Barr Wilhamston, S. C. Frank Barnes 6 Todd St., Anderson, S. C. Harold Beard Riley St., Anderson, S. C. Mildred Ann Beaty Rt. 2, Anderson, S. C. Viola Bell 775 Fourth St., Anderson, S. C. Audrey Bennett Main St., Port Monmouth, N. J. Hazel Black Rt. 2, Westminster, S. C. Ramona Blocker Rt. 4, Box 870, Charleston, S. C. Dorothy Jean Bolt Spring Park Dr., Anderson, S. C. Carolyn Bowen , Blaney, S. C. Emily Brannen Box 34, Whitmire, S. C. Betty Jean Brock 12 Woodside Ave., Greenville, S. C. Josephine Broughton Stonewall, N. C. Doris Brown Rt. 1, Box 241, Iva, S. C. Thomas Bruce Rt. 2, Belton, S. C. Wesley Bruce. . . .115 Cunningham Dr., Anderson, S. C. Jolin Buice 210 North Ave., Anderson, S. C. Harold Burden 314 Caughlin Ave., Anderson, S. C. Iris Burton 800 Beechwood Ave., Greenville, S. C. Joan Campbell 803 N. Boulevard, Anderson, S. C. Marshall Campbell Rt. 2, Belton, S. C. PhyUis Campbell Calhoun Falls, S. C. Jane Canon 151 W. Park St., Lee, Mass. Mary Capell Rt. 3, Seneca, S. C. Peggy Carey 605 Broad St., New Bern, N. C. Wilham Carlton 201 Jackson St., Anderson, S. C. Ann Cauble 112 Afton Ave., Greenville, S. C. Iris Caudell 408 N. McDuiBe St., Anderson, S. C. Aldean Chamblee Rt. 2, Belton, S. C. Jean Chapman Box 65, Pelzer, S. C. Mary Jane Charles 126 Lanneau Dr., Greenville, S. C. Earle Cobb 1401 E. Market St., Anderson, S. C. Jean Cobb 201 N. Main St., Westminster, S. C. Edward Coleman 21 Sirrine St., Anderson, S. C. Patricia Coleman 244 Peachtree Way, Atlanta, Ga. Betty Collier 430 Doyle St., Toccoa, Ga. Joann Colli er Rt. 1, Dana, Ind. Martha Copeland ,104 W. Huggins St., Manning, S. C. Libbie Comett , ,453 Cumberland Ave., Pineville, Ky. Jean Comogg Rt. 1, West Chester, Pa. Jean Cothron Islamorada, Fla. Nina Courtenay, ,2590 Forrest Way, N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Ben Cromer 418 E. Morris St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Ruth Cromer 118 Monroe St., Anderson, S. C. Jack Cromer 128 Norris St., Anderson, S. C. Pauhne Crowley ,126 Hendrix St., W. Columbia, S. C. Mary Anne Cunningham Rt. 1, Greenville, S. C. Betty Jean Dantzler, , , P. O. Box 212, Walterboro, S. C. Harold Davenport 401 N. Fant St., Anderson, S. C. Ann Da us NN86-B, Fort Belvoir, Va. Bobbie Davis Rt. 2, Fountain Inn, S. C. Eunice Davis Rt. 3, Seneca, S. C. Gladys Day 1533 Owen Ave., Racine, Wis. Betty Dean Rt. 1, Starr, S. C. Cynthia Dominick, , 1517 Johnstone St., Newberry, S. C. Malcolm Dover , , ,203 Boulevard Ext., Anderson, S. C. Catherine Duncan 601 Pope Dr., Anderson, S. C. Ehzabeth Duncan , 876 Atlantic Dr., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Emily Eben 918 Penn. Ave., Wyomissing, Pa. June Eddins 140 East A Ave., Easley, S. C. Constance EKopoulos , ,86 Elm St., Worcester 2, Mass. Bertha Ellenburg 441 E. Orr St., Anderson, S. C. Doris Ellis 608 Murray Ave., Anderson, S. C. Edna ElUson Rt. 1, Anderson, S. C. Grayson Ellison Box 290, Wilhamston, S. C. Hazel Elrod Rt. 1, Wilhamston, S. C. Ezra Embler 519 Bleckley St., Anderson, S. C. 119 directory-Continued Ann Emerson 121 S. E. 1st St., Miami, Fla. Crosson Evans Rt. 2, Belton, S. C. Eleanor Evans. . . 9248 Abbot Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. James Evans 206 W. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. Bill Fant Rt. 2, Belton, S. C. Winfred Farmer 109 Lewis St., Anderson, S. C. Jo Anne Ferguson 5.5 E. Central Dr., Havelock, N. C. Frances Fleming 969 Bay Dr., Miami Beach, Fla. Dorothy Folger Box 171, Pickens, S. C. Kathryn Foster Rt. 2, Poteau, Okla. Una Lee Foster Hemingway, S. C. Sally Freeman 128 Sheridan Dr., Atlanta, Ga. Mable Lee Gambrell . .Rt. 3, Bo.x 317, Piedmont, S. C. Margie Garrison .1038 E. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Marvin Garrison , ,747 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. Evelyn Gibson Centenary, S. C. Joyce Gibson ■. Centenary, S. C. Jayne Gill Orange, Va. Prue Gilreath 606 Gossett St., Anderson, S. C. Ted Glenn 2007 Boyce A e.. Anderson, S. C. Frances Godley Walterboro, S. C. Bobbie Jean Grantland— 706 Ridgecrest Ave., Anderson, S. C. Sara Gregory Ninety Six, S. C. Ann Gurley Rt. 2, Iva, S. C. Frances Guyton Rt. 1, Pelzer, S. C. Carolyn Gwyn Chatham Hall, Va. Sally May Hall Rt. 5, Anderson, S. C. Jacqueline Hallman Dribble Rd., Aiken, S. C. Martha Hammett P. O. Box 1432, Greenville, S. C. Jack Hand 116 W. River St., Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Lorraine Hardee Loris, S. C. Lottie Hardee Rt. 3, Loris, S. C. Betty Lou Harp Myersville, Md. Betty Ann Harper 322 Calhoun St., Anderson, S. C. Peggy Harris 813 N. Main St., Greenville, S. C. Charles Hart 2009 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Vera Haynes 14 Hampton Ave., Ware Shoals, S. C. Charlotte Hendley. . 253 Glenndale Ave., Decatur, Ga. Laura Jean High Rt. 1, Box 194, Dallas, N. C. Claude Hightower Rt. 1, Walhalla, S. C. Jewel Hightower Rt. 2, Seneca, S. C. Frances Holliday Six Mile, S. C. Ray Holliday 830 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. Nancy Hollowell 5085i Park PI., Springfield, Ohio Flora Ada Hood Manning, S. C. Frank Hooper 1612 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C. Opal Hopkins Box 253, Pendleton, S. C. Jean Howell 110 Strickland St., Plant City, Fla. Harold Hudson Rt. 1, Walhalla, S. C. Gabrielle Jenkins Wadmalaw Island, S. C. Claire Johanson 103 Keesler Circle, Biloxi, Miss. Margaret Johns Rt. 3, Toccoa, Ga. Ann Johnson— % O. T. Fowler, Reynolds Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Esther Johnson Rt. 3, Box 121, Georgetown, S. C. Rebecca Johnston S. Main St., Honea Path, S. C. Guy Kates 508 Glenwood Ave., Anderson, S. C. Anne Kay Whitehall Rd., Anderson, S. C. June Kay Rt. 2, Honea Path, S. C. Bett ' Keasler Sunset, S. C. Jo Ann Kennedy . 1305 E. North St., Greenville, S. C. Jack Kilgore 1 Hammett St., Anderson, S. C. Lucille Kimpton .328 Ninth St., Pensacola, Fla. Joyce King 301 E. Orr St., Anderson, S. C. Nancy Lou King Rt. 12, Greenville, Tenn. George Langston 15 Rogers St., Anderson, S. C. Murrell Lawson Tugalo Rd., Toccoa, Ga. Dennis Ledford 3 Lopez St., Pelzer, S. C. Dorothy Leonard , , 313 W. King St., Quincy, Fla. Almond Le erette 3 Park Ave., Anderson, S. C. Bert Lewis 525 Hancock Dr., Americus, Ga. James Long 209 Hunter St., Anderson, S. C. Sandra Manchester 516 Alniena Ave., Ardsley, N. Y. Connie Mauley 131 Wellington St., Anderson, S. C. John Marianos ,514 S. McDufBe St., Anderson, S. C. Jacquelyn Marshall 404 15th St., Bradenton, Fla. Arthur Martin— % R. E. Moorehead, North Ave., Ext., Anderson, S. C. Catherine Martin 676 North St., Anderson, S. G. Cecil Martin 238 Peachtree St., Anderson, S. C. James Martin Main St., Wilhamston, S. C. Ila May Martin Box 583, Wilhamston, S. C. Wallace Martin 815 Ehzabeth St., Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Lillian Massey 43 Lyons St., Anderson, S. C. Louise Mattison 526 Northview Ave., Anderson, S. C. Janelia Mayfield Box 19, Salem, S. C. Kenneth McClain .353 Calhoun St., Anderson, S. C. Theresa McCoy , , .495 W. Sewells Pt. Rd., Norfolk, Va Charles McKinney Blair Mills, Belton, S. C. Karl McKoy 421 Glenwood Ave., Anderson, S. G. Geraldine McMurray River St. Ext., Belton, S. C. Violet Medlin 208 Riley St., Anderson, S. C. Bonnie Medlock Box 217, Pendleton, S. C. .Marilyn Merrill Washington, Va. Carolyn Merritt Easley, S. C. Juha Milner 1270 Boulevard. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Louise Mitchell 4 Smith St.. Greenville, S. C. Louise Moore Rt. 1, Wilhamston, S. C. Mendel Morris 312 E. Frankhn St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Lou Morrison 117 Baker St., Pickens, S. C. Harriet Murphy , ,278 Greenville St., Anderson, S. C. Thelma Murphy Rt. 1, Starr, S. C. Frank Nelson 301 Simpson Dr., Anderson, S. C. Juanita Newton . Rt. 1, Pendleton, S. C. Mildred Newton Box 212, Central, S. C. Lois Nichols -. . Nichols, S. C. Joyce Nix Rt. 3, Travelers Rest,- S. C. Barbara Orr 913 Ella St., Anderson, S. C. Barbara Jean Owen, , . .135 N. Fant St., Anderson, S. C. Frank Owen 426 E. River St.. Anderson, S. C. Tommy Owen 525 Bleckley St., Anderson, S. C. Patricia Padgett 117 Carn St., Walterboro, S. C. Maiy Alice Parnell, , , 216 Anderson St., Anderson, S. C. Violet Philhps Rt. I, Lynchburg, S. C. Joyce Piatt Rt. I, Box 56, Lane, S. C. Anita Pickens Rt. 1, Madison, S. C. Ruth Pickens 207 Grimes St., Anderson, S. C. Evelyn Pinson Rt. 1, Starr, S. C. Nettie Poore Rt. 2, Anderson, S. C. Ginger Powell 301 Louisville Ave., Pooler, Ga. Marion Pruitt 745 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. G. 120 directory-Continued Louis Pruitt 745 W. Whitner St., Anderson, S. C. Kate Purcell Star Rt., South Boston, Va. Janet Quaden 11318 W. Godsell A., Hales Corner, Wis. Mary Anne Raines Rt. 1, Mountain Rest, S. C. Edna Ranibo Doe ille, Tenn. Edna Mae Reaves Rt. .3, Honea Path, S. C. Suzanne Reich Box 4764, San Juan, Puerto Rico Anne Rhem Box 102, Rt. 3, Georgetown, S. C. Suzanne Rhem Box 119, Rt. 3, Georgetown, S. C. Joyce Richardson Rt. 1, Pelzer, S. C. Esther Rogers , . . 323 N. McDuffie St., Anderson, S. C. Harold Rogers Box 4.5, Williamston, S. C. Mary Rogers Rt. 1, Williamston, S. C. Syderas Ross Blaney, S. C. Patricia Ryan 340 E. 234 St., New York, N. Y. Thelma Ryan 52 Beach St., Massena, N. Y. Martha Sandeman 4 Burts St., Pelzer, S. C. Roy Sanders 128 Beta St., Anderson, S. C. Nonie Satterfield 2607 Forrest Way, N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Hope Schoeppl . 4400 Post Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Barbara Sellers. Carrier 25, Box .51, Wilmington, N. C. Jane Shelor Box 207, Walhalla, S. C. Gerald Shore , 608 Woodrow Circle, Anderson, S. C. Loraine Shore 608 Woodrow Circle, Anderson, S. C. Bettv leanne Simpson— 110 E. Augusta PI., Greenville, S. C. Barbara Skelton 800 N. Fant St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Jean Smith ,320 E. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. Joanne Smith G. M. A., College Park, Ga. Marian Smitli 204 S. Sage St., Toccoa, Ga. No a Lee Smith Box 147, Iva, S. C. Margaret Snider. . . . -. Rt. 2, Anderson, S. C. Laura Jo Speares 310 Broad St., Anderson, S. C. Shirley Spears Spears ' Studio, Maryville, Tenn. Barbara Staley Cope, S. C. Dorothy Stanfield 214 Pine St., Trion, Ga. Helen Jean Stewart Box 276, Six Mile, S. C. James Stewart 219 Clinkscales St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Stout Mountain City, Tenn. Virginia Street Box 233, Valdese, N. C. Ella Styhr. . 34 Highview Ct., Huntington Station, N. Y. Francis Sutherland , 602 Marshall Ave., Anderson, S. C. Lawrence Sutherland 431 Tribble St., Anderson, S. G. Ella Mae Tanner S. Main St., Marion, S. C. Janette Taylor 15 Greene St., Brandon, Greenville, S. G. Frances Teasley 304 Jackson St., Anderson, S. C. Charles Terry Main St., WiUiamston, S. C. Fred Thackston 1804 S. Mam St., Anderson, S. C. Charles Thrift Ill Poplar Ave., Belton, S. C. Doris Thrift Mountain Rest, S. C. Barbara Timmons Quincy, Fla. Betty Nell Timms 195 Sumter St., Anderson. S. C. Anne Tribble 200 Taylor St., Anderson, S. C. Jean Trumbo 27 Maney Ave., A.sheville, N. C. Betty Tucker 406 N. Penn. Ave., Roswell, N. Mex. Barbara Ann Turner, 308 W. Main St., Forest City, N. C. Alma Ussery Roanoke, Ala. Rosalynn Vance Plumtree, N. C. Betty Vickery Lavonia. Ga. Frances Walker 2111 Southview Ave., Tampa, Fla. Joseph Walker Box 61, La France, S. C. Doris Walters 316 Sage St., Toccoa, Ga. Eleanor Washburn Gray, Ga. Betty Watson 215 Runson Rd., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Louise Watson 414 S. Church St., Florence, S. C. Virginia Weathers E. Boundary St. Walhalla, S. C. Barbara Weeks W. Meeting St., Lancaster, S. C. Anne Wells Rt. 3, Canton, N. C. Crystal Whisenhunt 416 W. Evans St., Florence, S. C. Pearl Whitaker- Connie Maxwell Children ' s Home, Greenwood, S. C. Elizabeth Whitfield Rt. 1, Townville, S. C. Elizabeth WiUiams Box 43, Cowpens, S. C. Peggy Williams Whitehall Rd., Anderson, S. G. John Wilson Rt. 2, Macon, Ga. Joe Winchester 722 Elizabeth St., Anderson, S. C. Betty Woodall 519 Ridge Ave., Macon, Ga. Jean Young Box 52, Liberty, S. G. 121 COMPLIMENTS OF HARPER BROTHERS, INC, Compliments of MAC ' S DRY CLEANERS 121 East Whitnek Street Andekson, S. C. Compliments of McLELLAN ' S t. o. maktix, mgk. Phone 39T-J COMPLIMENTS OF THE STATE AND CRITERION Anderson ' s Leading Theaters " Where Happiness Cost So Little ' G. H. BAILES Smart Clothes for the College Set OX THE SQUARE ANDERSON, S. C. 122 MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT COCHRAN ' S Your rop ihir Jczcilr For J.V Years ANDERSON GREENVILLE Compliments ok GOODFRIEND SHOP FANT ' S BOOK STORE ' Ilcddijinirtcrs for Sporting Goods ' GREER - DICKSON ICE CREAM COMPANY " We Freeze to Please " THE ECONOMY DRUG CO. ■Tr (7T Prescriptions are a Spccialtij — Not a Line " CURLEY ' S PLACE Soft Diuxks — Hot Dogs ' E " RE HEAD - TO - FOOT FASHION HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN AxND WOMEN GENE ANDERSON Q ialit j Cost no More COMPLIMENTS OF ANDERSON CREAMERY DAIRY WS SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONE 2G6 123 Compliments of HORTON ' S FARMERS COMPANY GEORGE ' S NEWSSTAND 410 South Main Street GKOliGE THELMA Shop axd Save GALLANTBELK CO. Anderson ' s largest and Best Department Store QUAUTV : IERCHANDISE ALWAYS AT LOWER rRICES COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY B. HARPER ALTMAN PRINTING CO. PHONE 160 ANDERSON, S. C. r, 1 HARRILL ' s f Ready- to-W ear — For Men and W omen ? AXDERSOX, S. C. ••! 124 MAYFAIR GRILL AIR CONDITIONKD Otic of the ' Soiith ' .s Moat Modern Restaurants Specializing in STEAKS, CHOFS, SEA FOOD ( ' oMI ' LI.MKXT.S OK ' GREASY SPOON " AXDIiKW AXD UOSA VARSITY GRILL inderson ' s Most Modern and Complete Drhe-In ORR - GRAY DRUG STORE Prescription A Specialty 118 E. Earle Street Anderson, S. C. CojrPLTirENTS OF McLEES BROTHERS Jewelers Anderson, S. C. Shoes For The Entire Faniil CANNON SHOES 110 IV HkNSOX A.MIKItSOX, S. C. TOM ' S GRILL 219 S. Main Street Phoxk 9 " 27. ' } Andkrsox, S. C Compliments of DILLARD GETTY ' S Sporting Goods Anderson, S. C. SMITH ' S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE Anderson ' s Busiest Prescription Drug Store ELIZABETH AKDEN, and DuBARRY WHITMAN ' S — PAUGBURN ' S — HOLLINGSWORTH FINE BOX CANDIES 110 N. MAIN STREET ANDERSON, S. C. 125 YELLOW CAB COMPANY AXDKRSOX, S. C. Dependable Service Clean Cars Courteous Drivers CoMPT,IMEXTS OF SEARS. ROEBUCK CO. 108 VV. SiDK Public SiiUAiiE AXDEHSOX, S. C. HENRY JEWELERS- INC. Credit Jewelers V. H1:NKV JOHNSON, MGR. Plaza SauAUE Anderson, S. C. McLESKEY - TODD DRUG COMPANY A Popular Place For The College Students 116 N. Main Strket Anderson, S. C. HUBBARD DRY CLEANERS " ITc Clean To Phase " I ' honk 42 llfi W AVhitner St. For Fdnhiou and Fun FLEISHMAN ' S TEEN CORNER AND RECORD SHOP South McDukfie and IJknson Streets Anderson, S. ( ' . J-I.-K-UM I ..-..-. .■!.• .•.. .1-. , ' I.-U-U-..-I. -..-!. ' . : -I.-H ' I.M.-.I-I.- Pek-(tK]-; P(dut.s ] ■: A Southern-Made Paint For A ' ; Southern Climate i •: So 1,11 i!Y =• SULLIVAN j HARDWARE COMPANY ] i Anderson, S. C. ; { Serving in this Section =: c Over 55 Years ; EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE The Shopping Center of ' Thousands Phonk 729 Anderson, S. C. 126 ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, S. C. Ideal: " A healthy Christian gentlewoman doing her work ac- curately, completely, and happily. " An accredited Junior College offering terminal and transfer coin-ses leading to the Associate in Art degree. Buildings and equipment are unexcelled. Dormitories are spacious and modern with private haths. Library and labora- tories are splendidly equipped. TRANSFER AND TERMINAL COURSES LiHERAL AND FiNE ArTS Music: Piano, ' oICE, Violin, Organ Dramatics and Kaiho Dramatics Speech and Kaimo Speech Home Economics and Home Furnishings Secretarial and Medical Secretarial Pke-Nursing and Prk-Journalisji Primary and Elementary Teachers Physical PjDI ' cation ANNIE D. DENINIARK, President 127 128 I


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