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DONATED TO ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY BY KATHRYN COP ELAND FORMER DEAN OF ANDERSON COLLEGE 3EaQSBBE3BQOSQSSBaE t ' -f K I THE COLUMNS BY NIGHT ANDERSON COLLEGE ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA Dear to our hearts is our Alma Mater, Loyal and true are we: Truest devotion till life is ended. Wliolly we pledge to thee. T no ironi thy halls far away we wander, Thoughts back to thee will Hy, And tender mem ries time cannot sever. Love that will never die. Heaven s choicest blessings ever attend thee. Dear Alma Mater mine — No sliadovvs harm tliee, no fears alarm thee. Always the sunsiiine thine. And tho we leave thee, we II never grieve thee, True to our trust we II be; Our best endeavor, now and forever. Always to honor tliee. Mrs. Charles Sulliv. n, Sr. i. % - " ' - FOREWORD Tlie man tnat KatK no music in himself, ' Nor is not mov a with concoia oi sweet sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. The motions of his spirit are dull as night ' And his affections dark as Erebus: Let no such man be Trusted. ' Lorenzo, " The Merchant of Venice Cjrace J ouLse Uronkklie DEDICATIO Exacting but kind, critical but appreciative of all honest effort and accomplishment, this great teacher stands without compromise for the highest ideals of her Art. She has handed on the classic traditions as she received them from her own master teachers, and has kindled the spark of ambition in many. An inspiration to all who know her, she is our beloved Dean of Music, GRACE LOUISE CRONKHITE PRESIDENT Jyr. CfmiLe Jjove Jjenmark PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATION K. ' THRYN COPELAND Dean of the College GRACE CRONKHITE Dean of Music IV CLAIRE LUCAS Student Counselor ELIZ.ABETH TRIBBLE Registrar FACULTY ANDERSON BALL BOULWARE BROWN BURRELL BURRISS 12 CAMPBELL CAPELL CAI«ON COOK COURTNEY CULYER DARBY DAVIS FOUCHE GATLIN VON HASSELN, H. MA.IOR FACULTY Mi MULKEY PASCHAL SULLIVAN J TODD N ' F.SrrMORFLAND WYLIL 15 McCLURE ON HASSELN, W. 16 FACULTY Anderson, Mrs. Baylis Receptionist Ball, William Bible BouLWARE, Mrs. M. D Art Brown, Mrs. Clifford , . . Librarian Burrell, Evelyn Preparatory Department BuRRiss, Mary Major Secreiarial Science Campbell, Frances Secrelary to President Capell, Mary Assistant to Bursar Carson, Mrs. Nellie Househeeper Cook, Ruby . . . . Assistant to Dean Courtney, Bess Assistant Librarian CuLYER, Katherine Director of Glee Club, Voice, Solfeggio Darby, Carolyn Science Davis, Juanita Assistant to Dean FoucHE, Iris Home Economics Gatlin, Sara Speech. Dramatic Art Major, Roberta Piano, Appreciation of Music McClure, Lullt English MuLKEY, Mrs. Mary Lou Nurse Paschal, Rosa Education, Mathematics Sullivan, Mrs. Coy English Todd, Cynthia Assistant in Secretarial Science Von Hasseln, Henry History, Social Science Von Hasseln, Webb Modern Languages. Violin Westmoreland, Mrs. Sloan Hostess Wylie, Polly Physical Education 17 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sara Gregory President Jack Ward Vice-President June Kay Secretary Peggy Williams Treasurer Gerald Shore Town Marshal Betty Lou Morrison Resident MarsJial Cynthia Todd Sponsor Bruce Swain Mascot 20 " Cke SOPHOMORE C It was a familiar and well-Ioved sigKt tKat we, tKe sopKomores, saw on our return to school. 1 he halls, the dormitories, the classrooms, the parlors -they held so much more meaning for us than for the freshmen. It was. here that we had spent so many happy hours the year before. Soon we were surrounded by college life that was familiar and yet— Oh! so new! Helping new students . . . looking up our old classmates . . . making plans for the President s reception ... all these things took up our first two weeks back. They quieted down and were disturbed only by excited plans for the Clemson socials, dates and concerts. Time marched with the speed of Mercury and almost before we had even settled ourselves it was time to pack and go home for Christmas. First semester with its exams were over and second semester was here with all of its pre-commencement excitement. The play " Stage Door " was soon only another wonderful memory of Anderson College. May Day was soon hete and we wondered what had happened to the year- — why it seemed as if we hadn t been an entire nine months. Com- mencement day with all its glory is now here — but -in a way we didn t want it to come, for now we must leave our second home . In the years to come we will try to show by word and deed just riow much we did love Anderson College. 1 ' ' lODD SWAIN 21 REBECCA ARMSTRONG WESLEY ALEWINE SOPHOMORES RAMONA BLOCKER 22 MARSHALL CAMPBELL PHYLLIS CAMPBELL IRIS CAUDELL 23 OMORES BETTY COLLIER 24 MARTHA COPELAND BETTY RUTH CROMER BOBBY DAVIS 25 GRAYSON ELLISON BETTY DEAN SOPHOMORES WILLL M FANT 26 MARGIE GARRISON SARA GREGORY ELIZABETH ANN GURLEY 27 FRANCES GUYTON SOPHOMORES SALLY MAY HALL LAURA JEAN HIGH 28 CLAUDE HIGHTOWER JEWEL HIGHTOWER FRANK HOOPER 29 SOPHOMORES IMiTVY KliASLIil 30 JOSEPH C. KELLY KENNETH McCLAIN CHARLES McKINNE ' 31 KARL McKOY CONNIE MANLY SOPHOMORES JANELL MAYFIELD 32 VIOLET MEDLIN BETTY EOU MORRISON THELMA MURPHY 33 MIIJJRED NEWTON SOPHOMORES FRANK OWEN i MARY ALICE PARNELL 34 ANITA PICKENS EDNA RAMBO JOYCE RICHARDSON 35 ESTHER ROGERS SOPHOMORES MARY iiiJZAni:ni rucers SYDERAS ROSS 36 GERALD SHORE LORAINE SHORE 37 MARGARET SNIDER MARIAN SMITH SOPHOMORES LAURA JO SPEARES 38 BARBARA STALEY DOROTHY STANFIELD 39 ELLA STYHR SOPHOMORES ROBERTA SUGGS BARBARA TIMMONS 40 ANN TRIBBLE ALMA USSERY LAURA JEANETTE VOGLER 41 DORIS WALTERS SOPHOMORES JACK WARD PEARL WHITAKER 42 ELIZABETH WILLIAMS PEGGY WILLIAMS BETTY WOODALL RUTH PICKENS 43 SPECIAL STUDENTS MARCIA PARKS Post Craduate BETTY LOU KELLEY Special CAROL MORGAN Special MR. W. A. WILLIAMS Special 44 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Georgia Banks Presideni Kenneth Taylor VicG-President Martha McCill Secrefao ' Betty Owen Treasurer Peggy Beckworth llGsidcnl Marshal Connie Fleming " ' o " ' " Mars iaf Mrs. Charles Sullivan Sponsor Nancy Rainey " ' o ' 45 €L FRESHMAN CLASS lacious Stately white columns glimpsed through the many trees on a spE campus what could have been a better impression than that on, Sep- tember 15, 1948, our first day at Anderson College. The first days were exciting but also confusing . . . Where was the biology laboratory? . . . Which register did you sign lor this? . . . and . . . Somebody please explain the cut system to me. Time passed faster than most of us realized, and we found ourselves settled into a regular schedule. The week-ends were full of wonderful things to do . . . teas . . . receptions . . . dates . and the big Clemson socials. Fall was gone before we had even had a good look at it and winter was here with the most wonderful month of the year December! Christmas First Night ... the freshman reception . . . home and then back again . . . first semester . . . and . . . first semester exams were soon over. They weren ' t as painful as we thought they would be. Second semester fairly Hew— spring holidays weren ' t really here at all . . . We watched the sophomores graduate and we leave Anderson College with plans for OUR sophomore year here. SULLIVAN R-AL EV 46 BETTY ANN ACKER JOYCE ALLEN BROADUS ARFLIN GEORGIA BANKS JAMES LEE BARRETT PEGGY BECKW ' ORTH DL NE BRADFORD VIVIAN BRIDGE MARIE BYRD CAROLYN CAGLE JOYCE CHRISTENSEN PAUL DUNCAN BONNIE ERT7.BERGER CONNIE FLEMING JOY FOSTER 47 MARILYN FREEMAN JEAN GARRIS DEINA MARIE GEORGE RO ' GRIFFFTH DOROTHY HAIR PATRICIA HALFORD liLl.ANOR I-IALl. CHARLOTTE HENDLEY CAROLYN HENDRIX NORMA liOBSON LUCILE HOLDFN DORIS HOLLIDAY lOI l HOWELL CLAIRE lOHANSON KATHRYN LAMBERT FRESHMEN 48 JANET LCTSON JOANN LOGGINS JO ANN LOMBARDY lAMES LONG ANNA JEAN McFADDlN MARTHA McGILL ROY MANLEY PATSY MAYFIELD MARYLOU MORANT BETTY MULIKIN BFJTY MULLINS BETTY OWENS DORIS PACE PATRICIA PADGETT MRS. CLYDE McNAIR PARK FRESH M EN 49 ARNEITE PECK CLAUD ETTE PECK ■ ANDREW PICKENS MRS. MARGARET V. REEVE GOLDA SANDERS NORMAJEANNE SMITH NOVA LEE SMHH HAZEL STONE DORIS SULLIVAN BARBARA SWEENEY KENNETH TAYLOR ANGELA TERRANA ,; LOIS WELCH JACKIE WALKER JOYCE WALKER FRESHMEN so w HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS BLIRRLLL Marcia Lindsey President Connie Eliopoulos .... Vice -President Vivian Ross Treasurer ROSS Doris Lindsay Marshal Evelyn Burrell Sponsor Sammy Ross Mascot 51 BANCROFT EASON EBEN ELIOPOULOS GAINER HARP HOWARD LINDSAY MALLARD NL ' XRTIN SENIORS MILNER RHEM ROSS STEWART WASHBL ' RX WATSON WEEKS YOUNG 52 I ' AIKICIA CANTREI.I NADINE scon MARY SMELLFY FA YE TYLER DOROTHY V ' ILI5 JUNIORS 53 SUSAN DAVIS JOAN ETHERIDGE SVLN ' IA HOGAN MARY LOUISE LAMB DORIS ANN LINDSEY EVA LOL ' ISE MEADERS MARGOT MO ' ATT PATRICIA YOUNG NORMA BURRIS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN BELCHER GABLE WELLBORN 54 SUPERLATIVES lULIA MILNER i ' Iosl AUraclwe BETTY LOL ' HARP FrienJfiesI 55 M i iuP ■ f f 9 " STUDENT GOVERNMENT THE RESIDENT COUNCIL Bobbie Timmons President Bobbie Davis Vice-President Elizabeth Ann Gurley Secretaiy Laura Jean High Treasurer Phyllis Campbell West House President Anne Tribble Easf House President Doris Walters Fire Chief Betty Stout Faculty Pepresentative Margaret Johns Student Representative Betty Lou Harp High School Representative TKe Resident Council officers are selected by tlie resident students to represent tKeni in the Student Government Association, wliicli fosters student interests and activities, maintain fiigli standards of schofarsnip and Konor, and make regulations pertaining to tlie student body. 58 ASSOCIATION THE TOWN ASSOCIATION Connie Manly President Marshal Campbell Yice-President Laura Jo Spears Secretary Iris Caudel Treasurer LoRAiNE Shore Sophomore Representative Mary Alice Parnell Sophomore Representative The Town Association is composed of all non-resiaent students. Tne Town Council is officers of the self-government of the day students. The Town Association provides for social activities of the day students. 59 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Laura Jean High President Elizabeth Anne Cukley Vice-President Anne Tribble Social ' ice-President Charlotte Hendley Devotional Vice-President Margaret Johns Secretary Betty Keasler Treasurer and Business Manager Syderas Ross Music Director Nadine Scott Presbyterian Pepresentative Pearl Whitaker Sunday School Pepresenlative Marshall Campbell Training Union Representative Anita Pickens Y. W. A. Representative Bobbie Davis i lagazine and Publicity Representative Margie Garrison Day Student Representative Bobbie Timmons Student Goi ' Piiimenf Representative Ramona Blocker f Ielhodist Representative Betty Lou Harp Episcopal Representative The Baptist Student Union promotes a friendly Cliristian attitude among college students. Tliis year tke annual B. S. U. Convention was lield in Anderson, giving tlie students privilege of meeting many students from other colleges. TKe B. S. U. encourages students to participate in Cliristian activities sucli as Morning WatcK, Sunday School, Training Union, and wholesome entertainment. io Collegian NES The CollegiAnnes are the students who have taken upon themselves the responsibility of self-government under the honor system. The mem- bers, who have socially approved conduct and adequacy of scholarship, are given extra privileges as a regard for added responsibility. 62 PHI THETA KAPPA Anne Tribble . . President Bobby Timmons Yice-President Marshall Campbell Secretary Margaret Snider Treasurer Phi Theta Kappa is a national Konorary scholastic fra- ternity among junior colleges. Those who are engible to receive a bid from the Plii Theta Kappa must be enrolled in a liberal arts course and rate in the upper ten per cent, of the class. This organization strives to promote scholarship and character among students. 63 ALPHA PI EPSILON Sara Gregory President Ella Styhr Yice-President- Bobbie Davis Secretary Peggy Williams Treasurer Mary Major Burriss Sponsor Alpha Pi Epsilon is a national honorary secretarial society for students taking secretarial subjects. In May, 1941, the Sigma Chapter, the only chapter in South Carolina, was organized at Anderson College. Stu- dents having an A on shorthand and B on all other subjects are eligible to become members. BL ' RRISS 64 THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB HENRY VON HASSELYN Sponsor 1 ne International Relations Club is a charter member of the Soutbern Association. Meetings are belcl monthly to study and discuss international events and tbeir sig- nificance. Eacb year tbe I. R. C. sponsors a drive for tbe World Students ' Fund. To be eligible for membership, a student must make A on Social Science subjects and an average of B on all other subjects. Laura Jo Speares . .- President Henry Von Hasseln Sponsor 65 ... ... J, " " " " i brur ' ' » jr HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Bobbie Timmons President Nancy McDonald First Vice-President Betty Woodall Second Vice-President Mary Rogers Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Schroeder Reporter Miss Fouche Sponsor TKe Home Economics Club is composed of all Home Economics students. TKis club provides educational, social, and proressional value. It seeks to serve the scbool as well as tne nome and community. 66 John Howell LoRAiNE Shore DELTA PSI OMEGA M Mr T r- I ■ ■ • ' v j fa..?: c iMi President Barbara Timmons Secretary Yice-President Sara Gatlin Sponsor ANDERbUN COLLEGE PLAYbKb LoRAiNE Shore President Betty Stout Marcia Lindsay Vice-President Sara Gatlin Sara Gregory Secretary 67 Treasurer Sponsor " Beauly is only sliin deep ' " First Niglitcn The Players To make tnern looii the part ' The purpose of tKe Delta Psi Omega, a national junior college dramatic fraternity, is to raise the standards of scliool dramatics. Students wko have satisfactory scholarsliip and who have done out- standing dramatic work sucli as a leading role or writing and producing a play may become mem- t)ers. The Anderson College Players is the college dramatic organization. Members are selected by try-outs. Each year the Anderson College Players 68 The Plays present one-act plays and other dramatic produc- tions in chapel and in cooperation with the Glee Club, they present Christmas First Night and the Christmas Vespers . . . To better their own pro- ductions, members of the dramatic group visited other colleges and civic plays during the year. Skill in mal:e-up. staging, lighting, costuming, acting, and other phases or production is a vital part of the training received by pledges and mem- bers of both Anderson College Players. Uo US i say. not as I do Dramalic ahility " Scenes and Jeans I mm [lapjg te». . 1 fl L B. " a-- ' - ' ' • — -■ 1 .oj ? i .. w ,ij a -4 CHORUS The Anderson College Glee Club provides music for many school activities, and is under the direction of Miss Katherine Culyer. At Christmas time they presented their annual Christmas Vespers, and they also sang on Christmas First Night. They appear as guests at many church services. Founder ' s Day, and during commencement week. Marcia Lindsay President Syderas Ross Vice-President Charlotte Hendley Business Manager Miss Culyer Sponsor CULYER 70 r f i ri n o A r n 71 I 1 COMMERCIAL CLUB Sara Gregory President Bobbie Davis yice-President Kenneth Taylor Secretary Betty Owen Treasurer Mary Major Burriss Sponsor Tke Commercial Club is composed of those students enrolled in the commercial department. They strive to develop higher standards among secretarial students by discussing problems related in the com- mercial fields. 72 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Betty Woodall President Carolyn Cagle Vice-President Claudette Peck Secretary Dorothy Stanfield Treasurer Sara Gatlin Sponsor The Cosmopolitan Club is composed of all students living outside tne state oi Soutn Carolina. 73 MINISTERIAL BAND Andrew Pickens President Jack Ward Vice-President William Ball Sponsor Tlie Ministerial Band was organized at the beginning of tKe first semester. Tfie members are the men who are now pastors or who are planning to be full-time Christian workers after finishing training. 74 CAMPBELL Ramona Blocker President Eva Lou Meadows Vice-President Marie Byrd Secretary Betty Owens Wors iip Chairnum Hazel Stone Worship Chairman Frances Campbell Sponsor The Methodist Club is an organization of Methodist students seeking to spread and provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of the students in every way. METHODIST CLUB 75 76 CLUB 77 TOWN CLUB 78 •TIGER " GUEST PATRICIA MALI OKI). RAY MATHHW ' S. BPm Y (OLLII.R Reading Account oj Tiger ic ory in Gator Boirl BETH ' STOLT. PHIL PRINCE, E A LOU MEADERS, FRED CONE Congratulating Boys from Home States 79 I.ORAIXi; SIIORl: Associate Editor €L MARGIE GARRISON Editor JIMMY BARRETT I ' l ' attiro Editor JANET LETSON Sports Editor 80 YODLER MARCIA LINDSAY Adverlising Manager KATHRYN COPELAND Sponsor Li PAT HALFORD News Editor 4 I - ' it BETYE COLLIER Circulation Manager EDNA RAMBO Editor CYNTHIA TODD Sponsor Assistants Joan SmitK Anita Pickens Kitty Cantrell Marcia Lindsay Io ce Ricnarason Betty Lou Hnrp Ann Tribbie Angela Terranna Doris Pace Peggy Beckwortli Eleanor Hall Barbara Sweeney Hazel Stone Roberta Suggs Anna Jean McFaadin Joyce Walker Betty Ann Acker Connie Fleming Diane Bradford Betty Mulikin Pat Halford Dorothy Stanfield SARA GREGORY Business Manager MICKEY NEWTON Associate Editor 82 COLUMNS BETTY WOODALL Art E,ditor MITZI WASHBURN ssisiani Art Editor BETTY LOU MORRISON Head Typist BETTE COLLIER Advertising Manager JUNE KAY Sports Editor -; ' 5ss3KffS " .aw rM?p; " MARGARET SNIDER Literary Editor JO ANN LOMBARDY Photographer i I T N BRIDGE Frcs iniaii Representative 83 j-p sr» •% -w f % Soph omore Laura Jean Jiigh Persona lit i Sara Qregory Soph omore lyoris Waiters Personalities Darbara Timmons omore CUa Styhr Personalities Alargie Qarrison Ldna tlamho Sophomore Personalities Jack WarJ Mraine onore Shi IBarhara Timmons MAY QUEEN OF 1949 ■ — i - ' - :i ' , May Day 949 ATTENDANTS Sara Gregory Esther Rogers Laura Jean High Peggy Williams Katlierine Lambert Conley Manley Lois Welch Mickey Newton Susanne Rhem Charlotte Hendley Anna Jean McFaddin Connie Fleming Marcia Lindsay Doris Ann Lindsay BLllV SI OUT Maid of Honor 96 -y - .. TV V. m vt :ii r, May Day 1948 Harbara nn Turner MAY QUEEN ATTENDANTS Bonnie Medlock Ann Rhem Laura Jean High Ann Cauble Bobbie Grantland WE PR -i.U % 4 STUART RAMBO SpONSORfin BY EDNA RAMBO The Columns M. R, HIGH Sponsored by LAURA JEAN HIGH B S. U. BILL HAMMOND Sponsored by RAMONA BLOCKER A el mdisI Club 98 ESENT J. E. LINDSAY Sponsored by MARCIA LINDSAY G ee Cluo V ■ V JAMES E. LINDSAY Sponsored by MARCIA LINDSAY High School CADET GEORGE HANNAN Sponsored by GEORGIA BANKS Froshman Class 99 VP E PRESENT THE Advertising Manager of Columns Peggy . . . fun-loving . . . lost twinkling eyes . . . nacl much fun in . versatile . . . Vice-President of WESLEY ALEWINE . . . friendly . . . veteran . . . knack for doing things . . . REBECCA ARMSTRONG , . , pretty red hair . . . " Becky " . . . thinks everything is tacky . . . FRANK BARNES . . . misses " Dody " ??? . . . veteran . . . punctual . . . RAMONA BLOCKER . . . quiet . . . Dean ' s List . . . President of Methodist Club . . . likes red hair . . . N ' L RSHALL CAMPBELL . . . fielpful . . . Vice-President of Town Council . . . popular . . . Phi Theta Kappa . . . PHYLLIS CAMPBELL . . . devout . . . West House President ... " Phyl " . . . cheerful attitude . . . IRIS CAUDELL . . . dramatic ability . . . Treasurer of Town Association . . . short blonde hair . . . JEAN CHAPMAN . . . artistic . . . " Pee Wee " . . . Treasurer of W. A. A. . . . EARL COBB . . . courteous . . . alert . . . well liked by everyone . . . BETTE COLLIER . . . Circulation Manager of The Yocller . Staff . . . " Ill-repute " . . . NL RTHA COPELAND . " Shorty " to Newberry . . . BETTY RUTH CROMER archery class . . . good student . . . BOBBIE DAVIS Resident Council . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . BETTY DEAN . . . eats chocolate candy . . . likes English Lit.??? . . . GRAYSON ELLISON . . . neat clothes . . . ministerial student . . . good manners . . . thinks Lit test are too long . . , WILLIAM PANT . . . " Bill " . . . crew-cut red hair . . . veteran . . . fine Bible grades . . . MARGIE GARRISON . . . Sophomore per- sonality . . . Editor of The Yodler . . . industrious . . . PRUE GILREATH . . . contemplative . . . clever . . . pleasant smile . . . SARA GREGORY . . . class President . . . unaffected . . . pleasant . . . very neat . . . ELIZABETH ANNE GURLEY . . . cute clothes . . . Secretary of Resident Council . . . dark black hair . . . " Anne " . . . FRANCES GUYTON . . . always studying shorthand . . . likes those long trips home . . . SALLY MAE HALL . . . crazy about Ben . . . art of the glib . . . intends to follow in Fran and Oscar ' s footsteps . . . LAURA JEAN HIGH . . . friendly . . . B. S. U. President . . . always smiling . . . versatile . . . CLAUDE HIGH- TOWER . . . gallant . . . good speaker . . . hospitable Collegian . . . JEWEL HIGHTOWER . . . likes to sew . . . true friend of Chaucer . . . quiet . . . FRANK HOOPER . . . nice per- sonality . . . good looking . . . golden voice . . . MARGARET JOHNS . . . sweet disposition . . . Treasurer of Resident Council . . . one night of mistletoe . . . JUNE KAY ... lot of fun . . . Vice-President of W. A. A. . . . " B-rute " . . . BETTY KEASLER . . . docile . . . B. S. U. Council . . . what would the ColIegiAnnes do without her? . . . JOSEPH KELLY . . . Betty Lou ' s husband . . . " Cooter " . . . always behind in typing . . . DOROTHY LEONARD " Dot " . . . that certain swing . . . attracts trouble . . . KENNETH McCLAIN . . . " Ken " likes to work on scenery . . . favorite beau of the A. C. girls . . . CHARLES McKINNEY good natured . . . veteran . . . thoughtful of others . . . just wild about Lit and accounting KARL McKOY . . . tactful . . . Collegian . . . good looking . . . new girl every year??? CONNIE MANLY . . . popular . . . President of Town Council . . . plays piano well CATHERINE MARTIN . . . enjoys B. S. U. conventions . . . laughs often . . . likes Furman . . . JANELIA MAYFIELD . . . " Bugs " . . . clever . . . loves that " Bell " . . . artistic ability . . . VIOLET MEDLIN . . . dainty . . . neat . . . talented musician . . . BETTY LOU MOR- RISON . . . frolicsome . . . Resident Marshal ... in love with Jack . . . glee club . . . THELMA MURPHY . . . studious . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . modest . . . MILDRED NEWTON . . . Associate Editor of Columns . . . cute figure . . . athletic . . . glee club . . . " Micky . . . 100 SOPHOMORES FRANK OWENS . . . speaks to everyone . . . Collegian . . . makes bright remarks . . . " Trick " . . . MARY ALICE PARNELL . . . " Midget " . . . Sophomore Representative . . . pleasing per- sonality . . . waits each year for Winthrop ' s Sports Day . . . ANDREW PICKENS . . . ministerial student . . . amicable . . . President of Ministerial Band . . . deep voice . . . ANITA PICKENS . . . Y. W. A. President . . . quiet and friendly . . . good student . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . RUTH PICKENS . . . hard worker . . . kind . . . likes church work . . . long red hair . . . EDNA RAMBO . . . sings well . . . Editor of Columns . . . original hairdos . . . Sophomore personality . . . glee club . . . JOYCE RICHARDSON . . . " Jo " . . . " Frenchy " ??? . . . hates to be alone— eh? . . . ESTHER ROGERS . . . meditative . . . pretty blue eyes— so has J. O.I!! . . . neat . . . SYDERAS ROSS . . . genial . . . beautiful voice . . . " Deri " . . . loves to play Boogie Woogie . . . GERALD SHORE . . . " Shorty " . . . Town Marshal . . . handsome . . . curly hair . . . they are " Shore boys " ! . . . LORAINE SHORE . . . Associate Editor of The Yoaler . . . Frenchy . . . President of Anderson College Players . . . amiable . . . Town Council . . . JOAN SMITH . . . graceful . . . wonderful dancer . . . " Cheeta . . . loves that " Northern Cotton " . . . Secretary of W. A. A. . . . MARIAN SMITH . . . tall gal . . . frisky . . . that certain walk . . . plenty of mail from Ga. Tech . . . long letters, too! . . . NOVA LEE SMITH ... a good comedian . . . cordial . . . " Buddy " . . . likes to work on plays . . . MAR- GARET SNIDER . . . scholar Literary Editor of Columns . . . likes sports . . . dainty . . . well liked . . . BARBARA STALEY . . . future teacher . . . talkative . . . keeps the library quiet . . . DOROTHY STANFIELD . . . " Dot " . . . pretty blonde hair . . . May Court . . . with " Pug " on mind, makes a " C " average difficult . . . BETTY STOUT . . . " Betts " . . . likes a Clemson football player . . . Phil . . . Representative of Resident Council . . . needs maid service! . . . ELLA STYHR . . . Dean ' s List . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . Captain of Hockey Team . . . glee club . . . sweet disposition . . . ROBERTA SUGGS . . . " Robbie . . . voice rings through halls of East Dorm . . . forever studying her CD.... BARBARA TIMMONS ... a cheerful smile for everyone . . . President of Resident Council . . . capable leader . . . Delta Psi Omega . . . enjoys S. C. ' s Brooks . . . ANNA TRIBBLE . . . President of Phi Theta Kappa . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . East House President . . . ALMA USSERY . . . glee club . . . sweet girl . . . constantly going to the " Filly " . . . DORIS WALTERS . . . witty Fire Chief . . . never a dull moment . . . Little Tricks ... favorite motto: " The bigger the better " . . . JACK WARD . . . Social Standards Board . . . loquacious . . . has the word to fit the situation . . . Vice-President Ministerial Band . . . PEARL WHITAKER . . . B. S. U. Council . . . pensive . . . gracious . . . that morning smile sure helps at breakfast . . . ELIZA- BETH WILLIAMS . . . " Poky " . . . her name well earned . . . fascinating laugh . . . " Paul Revere " . . . PEGGY WILLIAMS . . . Sophomore class Secretary . . . very attractive . . . Alpha Pi Epsilon . . . BETTY WOODALL . . . President of W. A. A. and Cosmopolitan Club . . . likes Clemson s Magic-toe football player . . . blondie (proxie?) . . . cheerful. 101 V J J c cM " V jmM ey i 3 Tr;.j i ' i ' isSf lf v- . WOMAN ' S ATHLETIC ,00 ' The Woman s AtKIetic organization is the ■ W; JK HF largest organization at Anderson College. It is composed of all students taking physical educa- - MB ML tion, and these girls are led hy their able presi- dent, Betty Woodall. Good sportsmanship and a love For outdoor and indoor exercise are the Keynotes of this organization. On the athletic field we usually rind the girls rela.xing after class; playing tennis, tasketball, hockey, volleyDall or softt)aII. The W. A. A. began the ' 48- ' 49 college year with a big party, Some one, come all. " and ' — A-i— ended its activities with the crowning glory of WYLIE May Day. Betty Woodall President June Kay Vice-President Jean Chapman Treasurer Joan Smith Secretary Dot Leonard Awards Chairman ASSOC! A TION Basketball and Softball Ping-Pong am Ti ennis 106 Archery and Volleyball Hock ocKey fk f? { ej m 0 " " , C , , Sports Day The big news of our own V. A. A. this year has been our invitation and ac- ceptance to participate in the annual College Sports Day at Winthrop College on December 11. Representatives from all South Carolina colleges were there, in- cluding: Coker, Limestone, Converse. Furman, and the University of South Caro- lina. We entered many activities such as: hockey, tennis, archery, and volleyball. On March 11 and 12 of this year, the spring meeting of the South Carolina Woman s Athletic Association was held at Converse College. At the meeting officers of next year s association were elected. Following this meeting, the duties of the South Carolina Woman s Athletic Association ceased until next September when things will start early in full swing! 108 THEY DIDN ' T KNOW 109 OFF BALANCE? no JUST BROWSING III RELAX MOMENTS 112 With commencement day rolling around, we low-hearted sopliomores depart for our many destinations with fond memories. Many clubs have added happy hours and hard work to our rainy days with the " old stand-by wet blanket exams " . Years Highlights The year was started off witli election of club officers and their plans for the year. The METHODIST CLUB under the guiding hand of Ramona Blocker busily selling pie at recreation hour . . . Miss Culver with her golden-voiced girls spending long hours practicing for Christmas Vespers . . . Everyone rushing down to the P. O. to get their 1 oaler . . . Margie Garrison is tne faithful editor . . . Betty Woodall ' s W. A. A. girls climbing out of bed at 5:00 o ' clock in the morning to travel to Winthrop for the College Sports Day Program . . . The great actors and actresses naturally belong to none ' other than actor " Hokey " Howell, president of DELTA PSI OMEGA . . . The intellectuals of the I. R. C. are under the direction of Laura Jo Speares . . . Dean Copeland ' s PHI THETA KAPPAS burning much midnight oil in order to maintain their membership . . . Sara Gregory and her many secretaries discussing problems related in the com- mercial field??? (we wonder) . . . The Resident Council with Bobby Timmons as president dis- cussing the various and many problems of the typical A. C. girl . . . The TOWN ASSOCLa.- TION trying hard to promote self-government among the day students with Connie Manley leading the way . . . THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION with its guiding light of Laura Jean High promotes our friendly Christian attitude . . . More clubs and presidents for you are— HOME ECONOMICS with chief chef Bobby Timmons ... the COSMOPOLITANS with the Georgian Betty Woodall ... the MINISTERIAL BAND with its deep-voiced Andrew Pickens ... the GLEE CLUB with the popular Marcia Lindsay as president . . . Not only our clubs take our time but chapel five days a week. Clemson dances, our own receptions, religious emphasis week and those s vell big dinners with our many guest . . . As we leave the hall of A. C. we leave to you future sophomores our many hours of laughter and fun. the hurried FILLi trips, and the playful squirrels among the beautiful trees of our ALMA MATER ' S campus, the long-shaded walks, and may your years at A. C. be as pleasant as ours. 113 DIRECTORY FACULTY DIRECTORY Mrs. Baylis Anderson, Sr 208 W. Franklin St., Anderson Rev. William L. Ball, Jr Belton Mra. M. D. Boulwarc Box 823, Anderson Mrs. Clifford J. Brown Donalds Miss Evelyn Burrell Abbeville Miss Mary Major Burriss Rt. 2, Anderson Miss Frances Campbell Rt. 1, Starr Miss Mary Capell 611 S. Walnut St., Seneca Mrs. Nellie Carson Ill Oak St., Lenoir, N. C. Miss Ruby Cook Rt. 2, Fountain Inn Dean Katiiryn Copeland Anderson College, Anderson Mrs. Bess Courtney 817 Brandon Ave., Jackson, Miss. Miss Grace L. Cronkhite Anderson College, Anderson Miss Katharine Culyer Anderson College, Anderson Miss Carolyn Darby V. A. Hospital, Oteen, N. C. Miss Juanita Davis Rt. 2, Fountain Inn Dr. Annie D. Denmark Anderson College, Anderson Miss Iris Fouche 235 College Ave., Rock Hill Miss Sara Gatlin Box 1042, Hendersonville, N. C. Henry- von Hasseln 1 102 W. Whitner St., Anderson Webb von Hasseln 1102 W. Whitner St., Anderson Miss Claire Lucas Anderson College, Anderson Miss Roberta Major 400 N. Main St., Greer Miss Lulu McClurc Trivoli, 111. Mrs. Mary Lou Mulkey Westminster Mrs. E. A. Orr Whitehall Rd., Anderson Miss Rosa Paschal 100 Marietta St., Canton, Ga. Dr. Olga Pruitt 320 W. Franklin St., Anderson Mrs. Charles S. Sullivan 1805 N. Main St., Anderson Miss Cynthia Todd 317 Boulevard, Anderson Miss Elizabeth Tribble 209 Greenville St., Anderson Miss Sue Todd Walker 312 W. 6th St., Columbia, Tenn. Mrs. Sloan Westmoreland Anderso n College, Anderson Miss Polly Wylie 349 College Ave., Rock Hill STUDENT DIRECTORY Betty Ann Acker Rt. 6, Anderson Wesley Alewine Rt. 1 , Belton Joyce Allen P. O. Box 75, Fernandina, Fla. Alva Anderson Rt. 3, Elberton, Ga. Mary Betty Anderson Rt. 3, Elberton, Ga. Broadus Arflin Rt. 4, Belton Rebecca Armstrong Box 216, Fountain Inn Nora Ballinger 737 W. 6th St., Anderson, Ind. Ruth Bancroft. ' 17 N. Main St., Cassadaga, N. Y. Georgia Banks 214 Jessamine, Jackson, Miss. Frank Barnes 6 Todd St., Anderson James Lee Barrett Roberts St. Anderson Mildred Ann Beaty Rt. 6, Anderson Peggy Beckworth 318 N. Magnolia St., Sumter Mary Jo Belcher Hamlin, W. Va. Ramona Blocker P. O. Box 870, Rt. 8, Charleston Harold Bouchillon 802 Elizabeth St. Anderson Diane Bradford 3211 Emperado, Tampa, Fla. Vivian Bridge 2325 N. Jackson St., Arlington, Va. Mary Helen Brooks 137 Hillcrest Ave., Elberton, Ga. Shirley Brooks 1201 S. McDuffie St., Anderson Marie Byrd 303 W. Main, Mount Olive, N. C. Carolyn Cagle 1842 Cheshire Bridge Rd., Atlanta, Ga. Elizabeth Jean Calloway 164 S. Olive St., Elberton, Ga. Marshall Campbell Rt. 2, Belton Phyllis Campbell Calhoun Falls Gloria Canales, 234 McDonough St., Elberton, Ga. Kathereen Cantrell P. O. Box 1454, Greenville Patricia Cantrell 1065 N. W. 33rd St., Miami, Fla. Iris Caudell 408 McDuffie St., Anderson rBettye Chamblee Starr Jean Chapman Box 65, Pelzer Joyce Chrlstensen Box 1129, Colfax, Wis. Earl Cobb 208 Gossett St., Anderson Bill Cobb 1108 E. Whitner St., Anderson Bette Collier 430 Doyle St., Toccoa, Ga. Martha Copeland 104 Huggins St., Manning Betty Ruth Cromer 106 Monroe St., Anderson Bobble Davis Rt. 2, Fountain Inn Susan Davis Water St., Garrettsville, Ohio Betty Dean Rt. 1, Starr Do dy de Vos KIngstree Hotel, KIngstree Susan Dowdey 608 Etiwan Ave., Columbia Paul Duncan Rt. 5, Oconee Libby Eason Collins, Ga. Emily Eben 812 W. Whitner St., Anderson Constance Eliopoulos 86 A Elm St., Worcester, Mass. Grayson Ellison Box 290, WUlIamston Bonnie Ertzberger " t. 1, BowersvIUe, Ga. William Fant Rt. 2, Belton Joan Etheredge 103 Oregon St., Greenville Erma Jeanne Fields Rt. 3, Elberton, Ga. Connie Fleming 203 Greenville St., Anderson Jean Floyd 123 E. 40th St., Savannah, Ga. Joy Foster 1412 Nardin Ave., Anderson Marilyn Freeman 1216 W. Whitner St., Anderson Mona Gabel 215 29th St., Newport News, Va. Gladys Gainer 6710 Navin Ave., Tampa, Fla. Jean Garris 1012 Dickinson St., Greenville, N. C. Margie Garrison 1000 E. Whitner St., Anderson Delna George Delaware, N. J. Joyce Gibson Centenary Prue Gllreath 401 Wood St., Anderson Ted Glenn 2403 Boyce Ave., Anderson Sara Gregory Ninety Six Roy Griffith Rt. 6, Anderson Elizabeth Anne Gurley Rt. 2, Iva Frances Guyton Rt. 1 , Pelzer Dorothy Hair Rt. 2, Box 185, Orangeburg Patricia Halford 28 S. Fifth St., Easley Eleanor Hall..., 211 Westwood Rd., Wardour, Annapolis, Md. Sally May Hall Rt. 5, Anderson Betty Lou Harp Meyersville, Md. Charlotte Hendley 253 Glenndale, Decatur, Ga. Carolyn Hendrix 208 N. York St., Lancaster Laura Jean High Rt. 1, Box 360, Dallas, N. C. Claude HIghtower Rt. 2, Westminster 114 STUDENT DIRECTORY— (cominui.-d) Jewel Hightower Rt- 2, Seneca Norma Hobson Rt. 1 , Boonvillc, N. C. Sylvia Hogan 729 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte 4, N. C. Lucille Holdcn Rt. 2, Salem Doris Holliday 14 Square, Pelzer Ray Holliday 1002 E. River St., Anderson Robert Holroyd 813 S. McDuftie St., Anderson Frank Hooper 1610 S. Main St., Anderson Myrna Howard 311 S. St. Thomas Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky. John Howell 728 Marshall Ave., Anderson Buddy Hyder 120 Glenwood Ave., Anderson Claire Johanson 103 Keesler Circle, Biloxi, Miss. Margaret Johns Rt. 3, Toccoa, Ga. Mary Ann Jones Rt. 5, Elberton, Ga. Yvonne Jones 3716 Wager, Detroit, Mich. June Kay Rt. 2, Honea Path Betty Keasler Sunset Joseph C. Kelly 1827 Green St., Anderson Mrs. Joseph C. Kelly 1827 Green St., Anderson Edwin Kimsey 1005 Fourth St., Anderson Carrie Kuemmerer Walhalla Mary Louise Lamb 14 Perose St., Elizabeth City, N. C. Kathryn Lambert . Rt. 4, Lancaster Beverly Lee Rt. 2, Anderson Dorothy Leonard 313 W. King St., Quincy, Fla. Janet Letson Olean St., E. Aurora, N. Y. Bert Lewis 25 Hancock Dr., Americus, Ga. Doris Lindsay Box 2616, Gastonia, N. C. Marcla Lindsay Box 2616, Gastonia, N. C. Joann Loggins Rt. 3, Easley Jo Anne Lomhardy 172 Lake St., Brooklyn 23, N. Y. James Long 209 Hunter St., Anderson Laura Looper Rt. 2, Easley Patsy Mallard 122 W. Cambridge, College Park, Ga. Roy Manley 102 Wenzick St., Anderson Connie Manly 131 Wellington St., Anderson Catherine Martin 702 North St., Anderson Joann Martin Ellabelle, Ga. Janelia Mayfield Rt. 3, Anderson Patsy Mallard 122 W. Cambridge, College Park, Ga. Kenneth McClain 505 Calhoun St., Anderson Nancv McDonald 105 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Anna Jean McFaddin Rt. 1, Sumter Martha McGill 2825 Burson Rd., Anderson Florence Mclntyre Box 714, Marion Charles McKinncy Blair Mills, Helton Karl McKoy 617 Glenwood Ave., Anderson Rose Ann McLanahan 23 Tate St., Elberton, Ga. Geraldine McMurray Box 295, Helton Eva Louise Meaders 1022 Forest Lane, Anniston, Ala. Violet Medlin 208 Riley St., Anderson Julia Milner 1270 Blvd. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Larry Moorhead 615 Callioun St., Anderson Marylou Morant 120 Rose PI., Neptune Beach, Fla. Carol Morgan 705 Beachwood Ave., Anderson Kenneth Morgan 1007 W. End Ave., Anderson Hetty Lou Morrison 117 Baker St., Pickens Jeanne Morton 1143 Herkimer Rd., Utica, N. Y. Margot Muwat Quarters " E " , Naval Base Betty Mullikin Box 63, Pendleton Betty Mullins 930 E. Whitner St., Anderson Thelma Murphy Rt. 1, Starr Frank Nelson 301 Simpson Dr., Anderson Mildred Newton Box 212, Central Joyce Nix Rt. 3, Travelers Rest Elvira Nocack 9 Charnock St., Beverly, Mass. Frank Owen. 418 E. River St., Anderson Betty Owens 1909 Wilson Ave., Brunswick, Ga. Doris Pace Rt. 7, Greenville Patricia Padgett 117 Corn St., Walterboro Mrs. Clyde Park 11 Park Way, Clemson Marcia Parkes Radio Station WAIM, Anderson Mary Alice Parnell 928 Campbell St., Anderson Bobbie Sue Patterson 110 Farmer, Anderson Arnette Peck 1299 Emory Rd., Atlanta, Ga. Claudette Peck 1299 Emory Rd., Atlanta, Ca. Norma Hurriss Phillips 2104 Northview Ave., Anderson Anita Pickens Rt. 1, Madison Andrew Pickens 207 Grimes St., Anderson Ruth Pickens 207 Grimes St., Anderson James Portcrfield 176 Wilmont St., Anderson Garthedon Price 217 W. Whitner St., Anderson Charles Pruitt W. Market St., Anderson Edna Rambo Doeville, Tenn. Mrs. Margaret Reeve 1007-A N. Main St., Anderson Suzanne Rhem Rt. 3, Box 119, Georgetown Joyce Richardson Rt. 1, Pelzer Esther Rogers 1 107-D N. Main St., Anderson Mary Rogers Rt. k, WiUiamston Syderas Ross Blaney Vivian Ross 1212 Murdock, Royal Oak, Mich. Golda Sanders 109 Eastview Ave., Anderson Nancy Schroeder 2508 E. Belleview PL, Milwaukee, Wis. Nadine Scott Rt. 1, Box 93, Kingstree Mary Florence Shelley Nichols Gerald Shore 806-B Woodrow Circle, Anderson Loraine Shore 806-B Woodrow Circle, Anderson Nancy Simon 101 Mackey Ave., Port Washington, N. Y. Hetty Jeanne Simpson 110 E. Augusta PI., Greenville Frances Fleming Smith 969 Bay Dr., Miami Beach, Fla. Joan Smith 114 Sumner St., Greenville Marian Smith 204 Sage St., Toccoa, Ga. Normajeanne Smith 203 Clinkscales St., Anderson Nova Lee Smith Box 1 57, Iva Margaret Snider Rt. 2, Anderson Laura Jo Spcares 302 Broad St., Anderson Barbara Staley Rt. 2, Cope Dorothy Stanfield 214 Pine St., Trion, Ga. Frank Steele 328 Moultrie Sq., Anderson Patsy Stewart 306 N. Highland, Gastonia, N. C. Hazel Stone Rt. 1, Honea Path Betty Stout Mountain City, Tenn. Ella Styhr 34 Highview Court, Huntington, N. Y. Roberta Suggs Loris, S. C. Doris Sullivan 417 W. Prentiss Ave., Greenville Barbara Sweeney 295 Mt. Vernon Hwy., Atlanta, Ga. irs STUDENT DIRECTORY— (continued) Kenneth Taylor 612 E. Orr St., Anderson Angela Terrana 96 Fallbrook St., Carbondale, Pa. Barbara TImmons Qumcy, Fla. Anne Tribble W. 2nd Ave., Easley Faye Tyler 105 S. W. 20 Rd., Miami, Fla. Alma Ussery Guy St., Roanoke, Ala. Jeanette Vogler Rt. 2, Anderson Jacqueline Walker. .115 S. Pennsylvania Dr., Dayton a Beach, Fla. Jean Walker 2708 Rogers St., Ft. 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