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

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i at if! I ;ffp m l jliff li ' fflll !|| % . f ' ' i K ; . „ F ;,;..■;„: if! ....;, " tfliiil p iiiii IliPii h ■■■ ■ usmm ' A mil ■ k ' |l¥ w m 1 1 hi fill WmMymh mm vmmm H ' firextniin o fke 19 1 comw L ampu.6 J ceneS ■° aes - ■vimsmgigmM , X A. ffiffiti FOREWORD On the following pages we have tried to give a vivid account of a student ' s life in a year at Anderson College. We offer this Columns to you with the hope that your fondest memories will be awakened by the people, scenes, and situations found here. CONTENTS Dedication 5-6 Faculty 7-11 Classes 12-40 Clubs 42-62 Sports 64-68 Beauties 70-75 May Day 77-78 Sponsors 79-80 wm m DEDICATED TO 156 oLi tin rv cL lu because of her untiring efforts in trying to give us knowledge; because she succeeds in being a friend as well as a teacher; because she has given her life in service to youth such as we; because she has attained the qualities of an ideal teacher . . . " Gladly wolde he larne And gladly teche. " — Chaucer. OUR PRESIDENT A hurried figure seen in the halls . . . An understanding smile . . . An excellent counselor. These are those who give knowledge to the open and inquiring mind. Seldom thanked, taken for granted, they struggle to keep our minds on a high level. MISS KATHRYN COPELAND Dean of Students ADMINISTRATION MISS ELIZABETH TRIBBLE Bursar MISS GRACE CROXKHITE Dean of Music MISS CLAIRE LUCAS Student Counselor HC w " ' v j ■ flS 1 , J Bl JBIr ITS . THE FACULTY MR. HERBERT ARCHER MRS. HERBERT ARCHER Piano MRS. CLIFFORD J. BROWN English MISS MARY MAJOR BURRISS Commercial MISS FRANCES CAMPBELL Secretary to President MRS. NELLIE CARSON Canteen MISS JUANITA DAVIS Registrar MISS NANCY DIVVER Librarian MISS RUBY EASTERLY Commercial MRS. LOU ELLA KPTING Housekeeper MISS HEWLETTE LIFSEY Nurse MR. WILLIAM GUEST Science MISS EVELYN JORDAN Physical Education MISS MARGARET GARRETT Bible MISS LULU McCLURE English MRS. LILLIAN McEACHREN Piano MISS FRANCES NICOLL Home Economics MRS. OLGA MARTIN ORR Piano THE FACULTY .MISS EMILY PEED Dramatics MISS GENE STRICKLAND MRS. COY MEEKS SULLIVAN Art En dish MISS ROSA PASCHAL DR. OLGA PRLTTT Education Physician MRS. ROSA POOLE Voice MR. HENRY von HASSELN Social Science THE FACULTY MRS. CHARLES THOMPSON MRS. BEULAH WESTMORELAND MRS. MAMIE WILLIAMS Bookstore Manager Hostess Postmistress MR. WEBB von HASSELN Languages 10 (Cp t.PT.II, W5ly ±jJia J2Z MURIEL MOORE, President; JOAN BURRISS, Vice-President; JOAN EDWARDS, Secretary; DORIS CASSELL, Resident Marshal; EUGENIA WALKER, Town Marshal. VL SOPHOMORE CLASS Excitement of returning to school . . . Bewildered presi- dents and editors . . . Slaving over Chemistry • . . Dancing breathlessly at Clemson . . . Pulling through dreaded exams . . . Feverishly counting quality points and hours . . . Tearfully packing diplomas . . . These things we shall remem ber, MISS JUANITA DAVIS Sponsor 12 Sophomores MARTHA BEEKS Greenville, S. C. MARY BOWEN IvA, S. C. SYLVENE BRAN YON Honea Path, S. C. LYNDALL BRATCHER Honea Path, S. C. Sophomores CAROLYN BROWN Iva, S. C. JOYCE BREWER Anderson, S. C. ROBERT BROCK BeltoNj S. C. WILLIAM BURDEN Anderson, S. C. JOAN BURRISS Anderson, S. C. 14 LYNWOOD CAMPBELL Starr, S. C. DORIS CASSELL Pickens, S. C. HELEN CARRIGAN MooRESVILLE, N. C. LEWIS CLEVELAND Belton, S. C. GERALDINE COOLEY Greenville, S. C. Sophomores Sophomores JAMES DUNLAP Pelzer, S. C. [AMES COX Pelzer, S. C. DOROTHY DUDLEY Thompson, Ga. JOYCE DYE Anderson, S. C. JOAN EDWARDS Saluda, S. C. 16 RAY GRANT Belton, S. C. MARION GRIFFITH Lancaster, S. C. ROSA GRESSFTTF Edisto Beach, S. C. HAL HALL Belton, S. C. DORA HANCOCK Donalds, S. C. Sophomores 17 s o H O M O R E t!M ost Intellectual JIMMIE STOKES LYNWOOD CAMPBELL (Most Likely to Succeed MURIEL MOORE FRED SPARNELL f 1 ' it t test TRACY SHAW MARTHA BEEKS ' Best - 111 -Round BETTY SHIRLEY ROBERT BROCK Sophomores FLOSSIE HARDEE Loris, S. C. GEORGIA HANNAN St. Paul, Minn. CLYTIE HARDEE Loris, S. C. ALBERT HASTINGS Anderson, S. C. AUDREY HAYES Anderson, S. C. 20 SARA FRANCES HILL Anderson, S. C. BETTY KELLY ToWNVILLE, S. C. HOWARD JOHNSON Anderson, S. C. EVELYN KELLY Pelzer, S. C. ALICE COPELAND KING Anderson, S. C. Sophomores 21 Sophomores MILDRED LEONARD Greer, S. C. DAISY MANN Avon Park, Fla. ANN MARTIN Anderson, S. C. MARGARET MIMMS Fountain Inn, S. C. MURIEL MOORE W ILLIAMSTON. s. c. POLLY NEWELL Baltimore, Md. 22 BETTY ZANE NIX Satolah, Ga. ELIZABETH PRUITT Anderson, S. C. EMMA SUE PARTAIN Belton, S. C. TRACY SHAW Belton, S. C. CARL PATTERSON LaFrance, S. C. BILL1E PUTlMAN Greenville, S. C. Sophomores 23 Sophomores BETTY SHIRLEY EDWARD SMITH FRED SPARXELL Anderson. S. C. Anderson. S. C. Columbia, S. C. SARA TANNER FAYE TYLER JIMMIE STOKES Greenville, 5. C. Miami, Fla. Abbeville. S. C. 24 DELORES TAYLOR Lancaster, S. C. JOANNE WHITWORTH Toccoa, Ga. LUGENIA WALKER Belton, S. C. W. A. WILLIAMS Anderson, 5. C. RUBY WILLINGHAM Anderson. S. C. Sophomores 25 SOPHOMORE Martha Beeks — Nice skin and beautiful naturally curly hair . . . week-ends dating Buddy . . . one of those Greenville girls . . . enjoys her own jokes . . . graduated at end of first semester. Mary Bowen — Happy-go-lucky nature . . . hates opposite sex . . . smooth, golden tan . . . undiscovered piano talent . . . hails from Iva. Sylvene Branyon — Very friendly . . . her many boy friends prove it . . . Joan and she together at Gator Bowl, Clemson or most any place . . . worked at Independent afternoons. Lyndali. Bratcher — Wonderful personality . . . house president of East dorm . . . many love affairs . . . resided in Honea Path, S. C. . . . practically lived with Betty Kelly. Joyce Brewer — Drives a Pontiac . . . sweet per- sonality . . . works at Judson and Minyard ' s in afternoon . . . day student. Robert Brock — Mechanical brain . . . friendly greeting to all . . . Vice-President of Town Council . . . a Belton romeo . . . voted Best All-Round. Carolyn Brown — Editor of Xodler . . . quiet, sweet and innocent . . . another brain . . . take a look at that hair and those eyes. William Burden — Haunting eyes . . . plavs piano . . . veteran . . . always hurried. Joan Burriss — Drives a Buick . . . winning per- sonality . . . Freddy ' s her steady . . . big brown eyes . . . quite a character. Lynwood Campbell — Slow but sure . . . Phi Theta Kappa guy . . . Sophomore superlative . . . drives a Plymouth. Helen Carrigan — Invisible when turned sidewavs . . . Co-Editor of Columns ... a Tarheel ... an unruffled beauty . . . weakness — Clemson! . . . cruddiest of " the Cruds. " Doris Cassei.l — Sophomore marshal . . . hails from Pickens . . . quiet and wears a smile . . . pretty eyes . . . sweet and neat. Lewis Cleveland — Pastor of a church . . . family man . . . makes every word count ... a Beltonian . . . robust in physique. Geraldine Cooley — Another Greenville girl . . . another of " the Cruds " . . . treasurer of Student Gov- ernment . . . little angel with a dirty face . . . nice long hair. James Cox — Tall, nice-looking fellow . . . always smiling . . . studying for the ministry . . . married man . . . always late for Miss McClure. Dorothy Dudley — Long, beautiful hair and nice, clear features . . . week-end trips to Georgia . . . she and Whitworth were inseparable . . . Canteen at 9:30. James Duni.ap — Quiet type . . . Chemistry whiz . . . ministerial student . . . family man. Joyce Dye — Secretary of Town Council . . . study- ing to be a Lab technician . . . dreamy eyes and lovely hair . . . day student. Joan Edwards — Turned-up nose . . . sweetheart lips . . . full of mischief . . . Sophomore beautv . . . helped McClure . . . one of the inseparable " Cruds. " Ray Grant — Another of the Ministerial Association . . . married his freshman year . . . transfer from Erskine . . . tall, lanky, Jimmy Stewart type. Rosa Gressette — " Miss Columns " . . . better half of the Di Mucci ' s ... a winning personality from Columbia . . . good Delta Psi member. Marion Griffith — Secretary of Student Govern- ment . . . another of " the Cruds " . . . weekends with Geraldine . . . se rious look is deceiving . . . really quite a character: Hal Hall — No hair but he ' s cute . . . Miss McClure thinks he ' s " just a jewel " . . . hails from Belton . . . drives a maroon Dodge . . . studies with Joan Burriss, heh! heh! Dora Hancock — Prexy of Resident Student Govern- ment ... a friend to all . . . favorite pet — " Tater Bug " . . . chats with Miss Lucas . . . neatness to perfection. Georgia Hannan — Prexy of I. R. C. . . . an Army gal . . . West Point fan . . . Business Manager of the Columns . . . dimples . . . dates. Clytie Hardee — One of those sweet, innocent- looking Hardees . . . always up to pranks on certain teachers . . . hails from lower part of the state ... a future teacher. Flossie Hardee — Cousin of Clyde ' s . . . also room- mate ... in West dorm both years . . . one of the dining room girls. Albert Hastings — Pastor of a church . . . very friendly . . . zest for life . . . BSU Representative . . . married with a family. 26 PERSONALITIES Audrey Hayes — A future church secretary . . . Representative on Town Council . . . pretty blonde hair and blue eyes ... a friendly greeting for evervone . . . likes good jokes. Sara Frances Hili. — Beautiful hair . . . drives an Oldsmobile . . . day student . . . Jack and she were inseparable freshman year. Howard Johnson — History bound . . . nice blue eyes . . . snatches smokes between classes . . . slim. Betty Kelly — Prexy of W. A. A. . . . has a pretty " white radio " . . . sweet smile . . . always ringing those fire drill bells . . . hails from Townvillc. Evelyn Kelly-— Quiet and reserved . . . black hair . . . spends many week-ends at home (Pelzer) . . . never gets into trouble. Alice King — Town student . . . favorite conversa- tional piece, " Larry " . . . member of Yodler staff . . . married . . . green Ford convertible. Mildred Leonard — West house president . . . home ec major ... a future bride . . . better known as Mickey . . . head dining room girl. Daisy Mann — " Sunny South " girl . . . likes groves and " Grover " . . . Furman bound . . . Phi Theta Kappa brain ... a canteen girl ... a friend to all. Ann Martin — A town girl who is a resident student . . . Treasurer of A. C. P. . . . long telephone con- versations . . . likes those 10:00 to 11:00 studv halls. Margaret Mimms — Talented musically . blue eyes . . . nice long letters from Larrv . to Furman during summer. Muriel Moore — President of BSLI . . blonde hair . . . leader of Sophomore Class . , sky- went pretty never misses a church conference hails from Williamston. Polly Newell — Big things come in little packages . . . mail from Maryland . . . cute smile . . . loves to work on plays. Betty Zane Nix — Tiny, devilish, and sweet . . . one of the best dining room girls . . . always laughing . . . one of the " Peach State " gals. Emma Sue Partain — Commuted from Belton . . . plans to teach . . . quiet, reserved type . . . spattering of freckles. Carl Patterson — Future minister . . . nicely man- nered . . . dark hair and blue eyes . . . married plus new baby daughter, Paula. Elizabeth Pruitt — Petite and neat . . . brainy but ou ' d never know it . . . lovely hair and eves . . . May Court attendant last year . . . Vance is her steady. Billie Pitman — Greenville gal . . . editor of the Columns . . . pretty black hair and eyes . . . all out ior a Marine lieutenant . . . Clemson on the sidelines. Butler Shaw — Better known as " Tracy " . . . voted wittiest of the Sophomore class . . . married . . . one of the ministerial association . . . transferred from Fur- man mid-semester. Betty Shirley — Prexy of Town Association . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . very intelligent but never studied . . . plans to be a missionary . . . pretty. Edward Smith — Mario Lanzo of A. C. . . . hot lips . . . crew cut ... a stranger to none . . . better known as " Nuffv " . . . one of the favorites. Fred Sparnei.l — One man among many women . . . talented in many respects . . . favorite pastime, art and music . . . Delta Psi member . . . seen in canteen. Sara Tanner — Scatterbrain . . . lots of boy friends . . . left after first semester . . . originally from Arkansas. Faye Tyler — Beautiful face with features one dreams of . . . Prexy of Delta Psi Omega . . . dates one of A. C. ' s traditions . . . personality w ith Biliv kid. Jim.mii: Stokes — [ust a tiny " brain " . . . Vice- President of Student Council . . . longest eyelashes at A. C. . . . natural blonde curly hair . . . Phi Theta Kappa deb. Delores Taylor — Ambition in life, " Al " . . . hails from Lancaster . . . B. S. L r . Council . . . Prexy of Methodist Club . . . blonde hair and blue eyes. Lugenia Walker — Very intelligent . . . lovely blue eyes . . . day student . . . very neat . . . future medical secretary. Joanne Whitworth — A " Peach State " gal . . . never seen without Dot . . . does dirty work quietly . . . likes those week-ends at home and T. M. W. A. Williams — Ministerial student . . . very dignified . . . black, wavy hair . . . interested in people. Ruby Willingham — Brainy . . . shown by the fact of being president of Phi Theta Kappa . . . steady is David. 27 BETTY ALLISON " , President; DON ' HUEBARD, Vice-President; JUNE ELXHAXAX, Toten Marshal; BETTY JO K.ELLY, Secretary; LARRY PEARSON " , CLARA LOL " " HARDWICK, Cheerleaders; JERRY PRICE, ' Resident Marshal. Jke FRESHMAN CLASS MISS RUBY EASTERLY Sponsor Confused, homesick fresh- men . . . Orientation and Miss Lucas . . . Exciting Clemson " Y " socials . . . Crook ban- quet . . . Christmas first night . . . Cramming for exams . . . White dress for Baccalaureate sermon . . . Commencement . . . Laughing to keep from crying. 28 BETTY TO ALEXANDER BETTY ALLISOX JO HELEN BILLINGS ANN BISHOP BARBARA ATKIN PATRICIA BLAIR KAY BART CAREY BOLT BETTY BEACHAM FELTON BRATCHER GLORIA BRELAND JUNE BUCHANAN GLENNA CHANDLER JACKIE CHILDS M AR ' LYN BUNCH KATHLEEN CAMPBELL MORIECE CANTRELL BETTY CLAYTON ROSALYN COOK ROSE CRESWELL FRESHMEN 29 MARY ANN CROMER MARTHA DAVIS JACQUELYN FRANKLIN WILMA FREEMAN PEGGY DbSHIELDS CORNELIA GABLE CLAUDIA EVANS PEGGY FIELDS THALIA GAMBRELL DORIS GLENN TERESITA GURDIAN ANN HAMLIN CLARA HARDWICK HELEN HENDLEY WILLIAM HORTON BARBARA HOWARD CLAUDETTE HOWARD RACHEL HUTCHISON HELEN HORXE EMMA JEFFORDS FRESHMEN 3C SARA JO JOHNSON JOAN LANGFORD BOBBY LOU JOHNSTON MARY ANN JONES FRANCES McABEE BARBARA McALISTER BETTY JO KELLY ANA " McCLENDON nancy king nira Mcdowell ANNE McGILL VERA LEE Ml ' LLIKIN ELEISE OWEN MARY NELLE PATTERSON LARRY PEARSON LORIETA POOLE JO ANN PACE JERRY PRICE SHIRLEY PALMER LUNETTE SARVIS FRESHMEN FRESHMEN BETTY SPROUSE FRANCES ANN STEPHENSON FRANCES STEWART BETSY STILL JANET TISON GRACE TUMLIN MARY WATKINS JOAN WILSON JANIS WRIGHT CHARLES SAYLORS BETTY SINGLETON CLARENCE SMITH EDWIN SMITH 32 Wh ' S SHARON GLANTON, President; BECKY HAVGOOD, Vice-President; SARA FRANCES MAGILL, Secretary; GRACE BRANTLEY, Treasurer; AGNES BURGESS, Marshal. HIGH SCHOOL MAX FRAMPTON Mascot MISS MARCARET GARRETT Sponsor Welcoming friends . . . Electing officers . . . ACP . . . Those wonderful afternoons at the Soda Shop . . . Week- ends at home . . . Rough exams . . . Class rings . . . Exciting graduation . . . Pass- ing out " Good lucks! " ... It was so good while it lasted. 34 ZL SENIOR CLASS MARY BELLE BAK.ER GRACE BRANTLEY AGNES BURGESS NANCY ERICK.SON BETTY JEANNE FREEMAN SHARON CLANTON DOROTHY GREEN ANN JEFFORDS MARY JOHNS LAURA LOOPER JESSIE MYERS 35 Z)L JUNIOR CLASS FRANCES CARSON MARTHA DYKES GALE ELLIOTT KAY FLORA DONNA HANNA BECKY HAYGOOD SARA FRANCES MAGILL CAROL MANCHESTER JEAN McSWEENEY ELAINE NEILSON CAROLYN PECK ELEANOR REYNOLDS JACKIE SCHUNK JULIA STUBELEFIELD SPECIAL STUDENTS CHARLOTTE BREI.AND J. T. CAMBELL MAX COMPTON NELLIE SHULER ARTHUR TROTTER J. P. TURNER 36 Most Talented LAURA I.OOPER ■ l OSl • 1 1 1. . : l h AGNES BURc;i SS SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Friendliest GRACE BRANTLEY ■Most Intellectual DOROTHY GREEN 37 H0V. 16 195t STUDENT " TO STRIVE TO MAKE STUDENT RESIDENT COUNCIL DORA HANCOCK President JIMMIE STOKES Vice-President MARION GRIFFITH Secretary GERALDINE COOLEY Treasurer LYNDALL BRATCHER East House President MILDRED LEONARD West House President HELEN CARRIGAN Faculty Representative CAROLYN BROWN Sophomore Representative DOROTHY GREEN High School Representative 40 GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT TRUE SELF-GOVERNMENT " TOWN COUNCIL BETTY SHIRLEY President ROBERT BROCK Vice-President JOYCE DYE Secretary LYNWOOD CAMPBELL Treasurer AUDREY HAYES Sophomore Representative 41 BAPTIST STUDENT B. S. U. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL It is through the Baptist Student Union that the religious activities on the campus are correlated. Its purpose is the promotion of the spiritual lives of the students. Everyone is given opportunity for active Christian service. MURIEL MOORE President BETTY KELLY Enlistment Vice-President MARION GRIFFITH Devotional Vice-President DORA HANCOCK Social Vice-President GERALDINE COOLEY Secretary DORIS CASSELL Treasurer DAISY MANN Sunday School Representative CLYTIE HARDEE Training Union Representative LYNDALL BRATCHER V. W. A. Representative DELORES TAYLOR Methodist Representative BETTY SHIRLEY Day Student Representative JOYCE DYE Publicity Chairman ANN ABELLE FOUCHE Poster Chairman BETTY ALLISON ' ,.... Magazine Chairman VERA MULLIKIN Library Chairman REV. ALBERT HASTINGS Extension Chairman HELEN HENDLEY Music Chairman MISS FRANCES NICOLL Faculty Advisor UNION COUNCIL MISS FRANCES NICOLL Sponsor Y. W. A. LYNDALL BRATCHER President EMMA SUE PARTAIN Vice-President BETTY ALLISON Secretary MARTHA DAVIS Treasurer BILLIE PUTMAN Social Chairman CLYTIE HARDEE Community Missions GERALDINE COOLEY Mission Study SARA JO JOHNSON Publicity FLOSSIE HARDEE Stewardship JIMMIE STOKES Yearbook Chairman DELORES TAYLOR Music Chairman CIRCLES HELEN CARRIGAN MARY NELLE PATTERSON BETTY KELLY BECKY HAYGOOD The purpose of the Young Woman ' s Auxiliary is to unite Baptist young women to advance missions by bringing young women to study about missions in program and mission study course, to pray intel- ligently for missions, to give to missions, to serve diligently as witnesses to the power of missions among the spiritually and physically needy, to live for Christ consistently and convincingly. THE METHODIST CLUB MISS 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. It also provides a " homelike " atmosphere to those Methodist students at Anderson College who are away from their own churches. OFFICERS DELORES TAYLOR . . President ANN ' HAMLIN Vice-President GRACE BRANTLEY Secretary-Treasurer POLLY NEWELL Program Chairman 44 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club has for its aim to help college students who are interested in this field develop initiative, leadership, and professional pride. OFFICERS I , 1 MILDRED LEONARD .... ... President L- " " " ' i DAISY MANN Vice-President BETTY ALLISON . . Secretary MISS FRANCES NICOLL Sponsor FRANCES CARSON Treasurer 45 PHI THETA KAPPA OFFICERS RUBY WILLINCHAM JIMMIE STOKES . DAISY MANN . . . President Secretary Treasurer In 1932, Beta Pi, of Phi Theta Kappa received its national charter. A student to be eligible must be within the scholastic upper ten per cent of the students enrolled in the college division. To maintain active membership, a student must at the end of each semester have a " B " average. The society also endeavors to promote fellowship and develop character. MISS KATHRYX COPELAND Sponsor 46 DELTA PSI OMEGA The purpose of Delta Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities and to secure for the col- lege all the advantages of a large national honorary fraternity. OFFICERS FAVE TYLER President FRED SPARNELL Vice-President ROSA GRESSETTE . . Secretary BILLIE PUTMAN Treasurer MISS EMILY PEED Sponsor 47 ALPHA PI EPSILON Alpha Pi Epsilon is a national honorary secretarial society. Its main purpose is to professionalize the status of the college-trained secretary. The society stresses superior achievement in stenography and encourages its members to carry high ideals into business relations. The Sigma Chapter, which was organized at Anderson College in May, 1941, is the only chapter of this national organization in South Carolina. OFFICERS JOAN BURRISS President LLGENIA WALKER Vice-President MARION GRIFFITH Secretary CAROLYN BROWN Treasurer MISS MARY MAJOR BURRISS Sponsor 48 MISS MARY MAJOR BURRISS Sponsor THE COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club is composed of students regis- tered in the Commercial Department. Its purpose is to promote the welfare of the members and of the depart- ment. It encourages its members to become competent secretaries and to develop judgment and discrimination, so important in every position. Monthly meetings are held to discuss problems related to the commercial field. OFFICERS GERALDINE COOLEY President HELEN CARRIGAN Vice-President MARION GRIFFITH Secretary MURIEL MOORE Treasurer 49 % ■ ' v. V- - TOWN CLUB FOOD IN THE CANTEEN . . . FUN IN THE " REC " . . . FURY AT THE BASKETBALL GAMES. 50 MISS EMILY PEED Sponsor • ANDERSON COLLEGE PLAYERS The Anderson College Players is a dramatic organization to further the knowledge of students in dramatics. OFFICERS DOROTHY GREEN President LAURA LOOPER Vice-President NANCY ERICKSON Secretary ANN MARTIN Treasurer 51 MRS. FRANK POOLE Director THE GLEE CLUB The Anderson College Glee Club, which is composed of students interested in choral and ensemble work, is under the direction of the Head of the Voice Department. The Choir is much in demand for programs in the city and surrounding country. OFFICERS HELEN HENDLEY President BETTY JO KELLY Vice-President JERRY PRICE Secretary-Treasurer 52 MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION The Ministerial Association of Anderson College provides for the ministerial students of Anderson College fellowship, inspiration and opportunities for service. Some members of this group are pastors of full-time churches, some are interim or supply pastors, while others are serving as officers and leaders in Sunday Schools and Training Unions. The Ministerial Association is a potent factor in moulding the spiritual life of the College. OFFICERS First Semester MAX COMPTON President TRACY SHAW .... Vice-President CARL PATTERSON Secretary-Treasurer JAMES COX Chorister Second Semester MELVIN H. TIMMS President W. A. WILLIAMS Vice-President RAY GRANT Secretary-Treasurer BROADUS ELLISON Chorister ALBERT HASTINGS B. S. U. Representative 53 MRS. SLOAN WESTMORELAND Sponsor ' V5 »- ' 1 V4 X FRED SPARNELL, Art Editor; JOAN EDWARDS, Sports Editor; HELEN CARRIGAN, Associate Editor; BILLIE PITMAN, Editor. 1952 COLUMNS STAFF ADVERTISING STAFF BETTY CLAYTON, JERRY PRICE, SARA JO JOHNSON, FRANCES STEPHENSON, BARBARA HOWARD, MARY WATKINS, GFRALDINE COOLEY, BETTY BEACHAM. SARA JO JOHNSON Advertising Manager 54 1 i Jf - ' i Hz W : -i -- ' - nira McDowell, marion Griffith, betty jo kellv GEORGIA H ANNAN Business Manager MISS RUBY EASTERLY Sponsor ACTION SHOT 55 HH ■ I REPORTERS WILMA JO BETH FREEMAN, BILLIE RUTH TAYLOR, LYNWOOD CAMPBELL, BARBARA ATK.IN, HELEN HENDLEY, and BETTY JO KELLY. 3L YODLER RUBY WILUNGHAM A sso date Edit o r ADVERTISING STAFF ANN MARTIN, SHIRLEY PALMER, BETTY SINGLETON, SARA MAGILL, FRANCES CARSON, BETTY ALLISON, GRACE BRANTLEY, and SHARON GLANTON. 56 CAROLYN BROWN Editor STAFF FRANCES STEPHENSON, Circulation; ALICE KING, Advertising; VERA LEE MULLIKIN, Typist. MISS KATHRYN COPELAND Sponsor 57 THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS GEORGIA HANNAN President ED SMITH Vice-President TRACY SHAW Secretary FAYE TYLER Treasurer The International Relations Club is a national organization for the purpose of furthering under- standing of national and international affairs. The Anderson College chapter of the I. R. C. is composed of all students with an interest in discussing questions of international importance. MR. HENRY von HASSELN Sponsor 58 COLLEGIANS An Honor System composed of students with a " C " and above average bound together by the desire to make student government true self-government. 59 O BE OR NOT TO BE ...THAT IS THE QUESTION HAMLET FEB.! g CE DYE, 1«« ' R , f0r( ,r. , p V :TMAN, Tr.«- » ETT K S Av ' LOR, Secret- D DOLORES 1A WOMAN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The W. A. A. sponsors tournaments and games between the students. Its social cal- endar includes supper hikes, parties, and May Day exercises. The aim of this organization is to promote a friendly, sportsmanlike understanding ' between the students. MISS EVELYN JORDAN Sponsor 62 THE HIKING CLUB. TYLER, Chairman AND WHERE ARE YOU GOING, FRANCES? THE TENNIS CLUB, LEONARD, Chairman 63 THE TUMBLING CLUB, GRESSETTE. Chairman NOT TUMBLING, SARA, TENNIS ' WHERE IS THAT BAI SOME OF " IHE ARCHERY SQUAD 64 THE BASKETBALL CLUB, BEEK.S, Chairman SHOW ' EM HOW IT ' S DONE, MISS JORDAN! READY, AIM, FIRE!! ! 65 A CB 1, 195 Miss Columns ELECTED BY POPULAR VOTE . g MISS ROSA CRESS ETTE 69 MISS JOAN E DWARDS Sponsored by the Sophomore Class 70 MISS BILL IE RUTH TAYLOR Sponsored by the Freshman Class MISS MARY JOHNS Sfonsored by the Preparatory Department 72 au =UJavi at Aryidi eMon MAY COURT, 195! W Me Put, man Maid of Honor ■o eae . . . 1952 166 J relen K arriaan May Queen MAY COURT, 195 2 MARY JOHNS, LUNETTE SARVIS, GRACE TUMBLIN, JOAN EDWARDS, KAY FLORA, SARA JO IOHNSON, MADELEINE DuCOM, TERESITA GURDIAN, ELIZABETH PRUITT, JANIS WRIGHT, DELORES TAYLOR, GEORGIA HANNAN, JIMMIE STOKES, JACKIE CHILDS. MRS. VELTA BURRISS Sponsored by Joan Burriss President of Alpha Pi Epsilon LT. GEORGE E. HANNAN Sponsored by Georgia Hannan Business Manager The Columns MAYOR WILLIAM C. 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A. m S f ft TOMMY GLANTON Sponsored by Sharon Glanton " President of High School Department JIMMIE LEE LEONARD Sponsored by Mildred Leonard President of Home Economics Club SPONSORS 77 Our lives are albums Written through with good or ill With false or true, And as the blessed angels turn The pages of our years, God grant they rode the good with smiles, And blot the ill with tears. — -Author Unknown. 78 V HAV % %mt DUKE) POWER COMPANY y-vvvvn the, JJLoOrrtcmX. K aAxduruiA. COMPLIMENTS OF CALHOUN HOTEL Jack G. Craft, Jr. Manager PHONE 322 ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA 81 SULLIVAN-KING MORTUARY Established 1932 PHONE 378 401 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDERSON, S. C. GENE ANDERSON ANDERSON, S. C. Quality Costs Xo More ANDERSON, S. C. PHONE 25 McDOUGALD-JOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME Incorporated Funeral Directors Douglas McDotgald KINGOFF ' S, INCORPORATED JEWELERS ! 123 N. MAIN PHONE ANDERSON, S. C. 292 : F bank Galloway, Manager | B. F. 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