Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA)

 - Class of 1943

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Armstrongs alumni in service num- ber two hundred and eighteen including both men and women, and it is to these that we, the editors. dedicate the 19-L3 CEECI-IEE. eliditor-in-Chief, lien Wolfe Z 5577 ffm ff ffdvwuffuk Ayokaww 'zcf Jzfcuknua rpZ20ZZtC6f fpfvazzzf JCJZZG-f 'fc6wocL'c?,6fnaeZ9 XR .,A - , gf Xu ' 731 ' 4 "' diff - 'P' - -fff. . z ' 3235- .1 Q-M K, - f, 'A 'iffy .fag-f , ,Q .W ,, Ltr, . - Ll A 1. , ,':4- 3 . 15. , .'x I . Ye, , f f- ' fir? ' , ' .ff .4 . J ..- - f ' Y 'A QP fig lv, I si .xx it ARMSTRONG BUILDING 'im JENKINS HALL LANE BUILDING , 716 'V R' GAMBLE HALL Lt. 0.9.1 W. Verclery Roberts, J Naval Air Corps emnriam . vm . 4 -b , I , i an , ,J Captain William B. Rice Royal Air Force 8 L . 'X 0' Q1 F A g 0 J .Rap X. Efmxxjc Xxx! X iigllili 1,95 . K7 N 5 , yr ....-.. -ful i 1 Q Q -1,1 1-nx C2972 Zfz If fra ffafz ani' 1 1 Mayor Thomas Gamble Dr Niiehaelj Egan T H Mr HerQchel X' jenkins Chairman Xlrx -Julian Quattlcbaum IX1r Vv'illiam Ixiurphey. Yice- Chairman N115 Charles D Russell Nir John L Sutlive fxir Herbert L. Kayton E COLLEGE COMMISSION 10 RELBEN XX' HOLLAND -X. B , XI :X Emory L'niverSity Registrar and Treasurer FORIQTXI.-XX XI HXXYE9 .X B Xiurcur l'riixc1'N1Ly XI S EiiimyI'nix'urs1ty Proifxwx' of Chemistry Acting Prcbidcrit ADMINISTRATION II E? vu!! xl IIIUIXIXS .XSIQIQXY Ph I3 TNI .X idcm un Icm Q wi' rlwcncc i1i'mm.I wrx ILL 'Iv v9 ' p 1 , CHAXRLES B liES'l'l-ER .X B , X1 AX L myer- Nity ol XorthCarolmz1 Prcillex-or' of Englixh On lem e of abienee in armed Nerviee x1,xRc3,xRET F, STEPHENS 'X A l3,LL B.fx1,X lhixersity oi' Georgia JR B S E Georgia Certitieat, Lhix'ersity Icachcrg 6911630 ul' Purw Prolevor of Englixh Protcsfor Ol xldthc' matics and Physics LYIX L XKLEXDOX. Xl A PeabodyCollege MERYIN Sl-IIYERS B S E Georgia Teachers College lnStructor in Type- xvriting and Short hand HELEN El-lI.XBl2'liH EYERETIC L BISHOP. XMRVIORIE .XLLEEN XYQODXYAXRIU -IR XIOSLEY A-X B Xlurx'xilleCollege .X B , Xl S Emory .-Xsxoeiute in Commerce B S in L S Peubodx' Lnirerxity .'Xl'IT1NU'OI'lg Junior College Ph D StateLr1ix'er- College Librarian my Ol lima Secretary Professor of Biology FACULTY 12 .A -ad 351 1-1- .fw Q IT XY ORSOX BEECHER ELLA Ci BENNBINI' HQXRCLD POXX'ffl.L Bf2'IB'l'Y B BXIX 1X B . NI .X Emmy .X B XXVUXIIC Ln1x'u1'- B 9 in P E B S H lf Ed lm Lnix CIWIIX xity LvI"1iXL'l'NIlX ulx Iiurwvw xu1'Nity11I' Xlairx 1 N1 NA L.U'YUVfifF' ml' lrmxtructcn' m Phyxlcul Phywlcul D11'uc1111' XI 5 C mmvll L m CJCUVHW EdL1Cz1tic,11w NIM Professor of Spunwh and Hixtmx' P1'u1'L'w111' wiv Hu mu Lcm1nr11111cN 1111111 X1 PN cmbur' 1042 XIXRY E NIXYO ROBERT XI S'l'R.Xl1l, XIRS .XLYIN L B S Ed Lnivcrsity of X'11'gi11iz1 B S in L S , Colum- bia Lxwiwulwitx' Lib1111'1a11 through XX'1mcr Quurtcr IU-L3 B S C . Txl .X Ohm Stats LYI1lX'CI'NifX Pxmlbwcmr' ui, Fimmcc amd CiUl'l'llNCI'CC O11 lun c c1lxa1bXc11Cs,' 111 urmcd wrx lcc FACULTY 13 X IQLEXDCX. .IR Ucnrgial kIxL'LiChCl'N CXJIICHL' c3L'UI':-fill SIlllL'CiL1llL'gL' IR 11' XY41111un B. S 111 Hu111u Huw 114111110X Iid.uc11r11111 I 6 F I, xi. 4 .....m i, . 'FE if 1 ti I 'ft K la X N17 fe lsyx r Z' 14 I f l AEE? '9 W , 9 - - L " f Il! ..., IIE EEE , -ng msg 5 A ,4 'gil v, ,QL X Omofzzf W CLASS QFFICERS . President . . Alvie Smith Vice-President . Jean Dukes Secretary . . . Celeste Norris Treasurer . . . Sammy Reed SCPHOMORES 16 rl Sl E 'l'Xl'L'fX1 KEN WQLEE. ,Ir Xlusic Club Geechee Editor in Chief '43 Student Senate '43 X .-X S C Seey 61 Treas '47 '43 lnkwell Associate Editor '43 institute of Citizenship '43 Swimming 'lleam 4-Vlf'-13 Y-l Navy Reserve Pro- gram '04 G LGRIA IQICIQLIGHTER Geechee Xlusic Club Delta Chi Homecoming .Xlpha Lambda Sigma Home Economics Club Secretary lnstitute of Citizenship '42 Ternis Club Playhouse junior Board ALLEN Hi DOUGLAS lnltwell Editor in Chief '47 '-13 Ceechee Associate Editor '47 '43 lnkxvell Assistant Business Nlanager '-ll Swimming Team A A, S, C, Vice-PreQident Student Senate '41-A-42, V-1-7 '43 Institute of Citizenship '42 Army Reserve Corps Homecoming '42 King of Armstrong SOPHOMORES 17 ANN PERRY Home Economies Club lnliwell ROSE'l"l','X DAVIS Home Economics Club Nlusic Club Spanish Club Permanent Deans List .Xlpha Lambda Sigma institute of Citizenship lnkwell Exchange Editoi Playhouse junior Board Senior Board r, 7 REBliCCLX XYIQISSTIQR 'VHOXIAXS CONE ROSALYN XX'ElSllR Buxkctbzlll A42 -'43 Cup- tain '43 lnlqwcll Sportx Editor '43 Gccchcc Sportx Ecitor '43 A, A, S C Prcxidcnt Studcnt Scnutc 443 Nlusic Club Council on Forcign Rela- tions Spanish Club Home Economics Club l-lomccominq '43 lnstitutc ol Citixnship Donn N Lixt .Xlpht Lambda Sigma 'X LXRY LOL lil.l-lO'l' Pt'rinunt'nt l3t'unR l.ixt LX 21X'L'I'21QL'l .Xlphu l,umbdz1 Sigmax llUI'llCCUINIl12.-ll f '42 H1 imc lfconomicx Club lnluwll Exclmngc Editor Xluxic Club .-Xlpha 'lwau Beta Baxltctball lcam Plavhouxc -.f:I'2ldlC Song' "'l'hc fxltilu .Xnimzilll "Outward Bound" HARRY .PXNliS'liOS jE.-NN DLKES SOPHGMORES 18 Pcrmancnt Dcunk Lixt Spanish Club Prcsidcnt Math Club lnxtitutc of Citizcrwhip l-lomc Economics Club Student Scnatc lnkwcll Associate Editor Homecoming '-ll-'42 Freshman RulcS Com- mittcc Yicc President of Sohpo- morc Class fi ff l3ORO'I'llY BENXIZTI' XXIXYXE DILLON Ii,X'llll,EliX THORPE Xlusic Club Homc Econwmics Klub Spanixh Club Pluylwmxsc Ciradlc gong 'You Num' linmx N f '37 DELPHIXQX ROBERTS ROBERT REDNIOXD XIXRY .XXX Sl'DDAXlll lnkwcll h-lfffl-U Fashion Dcltu Chl Rucrclary Editor Gccchcc '43 Permanent Dean! LM Homecoming '43 SOPHOMORES 19 Hwmc licomwmics Club 'lRl'CiiNLll'L'I' Pcrmancm Dugan! l-1',t Gccchcc .Xlpha Lambda Sigma Xluxic Club Sec? PX' lrc Scnior Bvard PlQ1yl1ouQC IDA COTT INCHAIX I Permanent Deans List Student Senate Inkwell Club Editor Spanish Club Institute of Citizenship Home Economies Club Homecoming junior Board of Playhouse gil' ROY RABB CAROLINE MARSHALL Tennis Club Student Senate Basketball '42-'43 A, A S C. Council on Foreign Re- lations Alpha Lambda Sigma Alpha Tau Beta President lviath Club Student Senate lnkwell Institute of Citizenship Homecoming '41--'42 Home Economics Club Secretary of Freshman Class '-il HARRIET DAY IS MARY OPPEN Ivlusie Club Council on Foreign Re- latiors Couneil on Foreign Re- lations Home Economies Club Ceechee Business Staff Institute of Citizenship Delta Chi Homecoming SOPHOMORES 20 IXIIARGARET MCDERMOTT Delta Chi Home Economics Club Ivlusie Club Homecoming '-II4'-42 Institute of Citizenship lnkwell Riding Club Playhouse "Cradle Song "You Never Know" XIQXRY WHEELER FXIICHQXEI, LLXNNQXTX1 XXWNIFRED BROWN Doha Chi lnkwcll Suliciting Xlmmgur Truck Tcum Institutc of Citizcnkhip Gccchcc Busincsx Stuff .Xlphu 'IYRXLI Bctu Humc Izcmnmmlcx C ,lub Hwmccuming 41 rg W :YW f wad 7? SYBIL XYOODXYARD MELYIN SIEGEL DENX COHEN SOPHOMORES 21 Inliwcll Bwincw Stuff Council cm Eurqngn Rc- lutiunxr Spgmixh Club lnxtitutc of Citizcmhip C ELESTE NORRIS Institute of Citizenship I-I7 I-I3 Homecoming '-ll Council on Foreign Re- lations President Basketball Team l-I2 Seeretarx' of Sophomore Class Yice President of Fresh- man Class LORRA I NE IQXHN SARA SL'LL I VAN Alpha Lambda Sigma Spanish Club Nlusie Club Council on Foreign Re- lations Inlcwell Business Stall' lnkwell .-Xssociate Editor Permanent Deans List Alpha Tau Beta Seeretarx Ceeehee Business lxlana er Council on Foreign Re- lations Spanish Club Homecoming Institute of Citizenship is XNETQX LIXSKY Inliwell Fashion Editor Cieechee lXlath Club Permanent Deans List Competitix e Scholarship Winner '-Il Homecoming -12 NOREEN OBRIEN Delta Chi Yiee-President Geechee lnkwell Home Economies Cllub Nlusic Club Homecoming Riding Club SOPHOMORES 22 J Liz O COODIIY Council on Forciggn Re- lations Tennis Team Basketball Swimm ing LOL 'ISE .XLEXANDER Pcrmancnt Dcaiis Lixt Wiriiici' Competitive Scholarship '-ll Humccoming Institute of Cfitizcnxhip Studcnt Scnatc Gccchcc '-llf -'42 Spanixh Club Alpha Tau Beta Yicc- Prcsidcht .-Xlpha Lambda Sigma C.-XROLYX SYXIITH Basketball 42-943 Riding Club SETXIOX S,XL'l. SXNIXIY REED lnlawcll Picture lfditui' lrack lcam 'l-L'I'1NlX Club Swimming 'licam Bzblictbull ilicam .X .X 5 C, ilircaxtirur ul' Sopliuiiiiiim' Claw SOPHOMORES 23 E' YIRUIXI X EDIZL .Xlpha lumbtlzi Sigiiiii lliiiiiucwiiiing Ckiuncil im Fiiruigii Rc- llltltllix Xluxic Club pI'L'XldL'l1I Pwiiiaiiciit Duanl l,ixt lmxtitutt' til' Cfitizciixliip QlcCCl'1QL' .XVI lidltlllq Gt-t-clit-Q Btlxliiwx Stull M I ROSX 5Xllil'll Dtlta Clhi Pit: '-lf -'43 Uuucliut' liwliwcll l5L1NlI'lL'NN Xlantigui Hwmc liCUl'1UIlIlCN Clluh Xluxic Cilub l lumcci imiiig A-llf-A42 lmtitutc uffliliZL'l'iNl1iP lfirxlmiaiii Qucun '41 742 Xlillll Club 1 W vit! 5 , SEXBROOK. Nlary SXIITH, .-Xlvie SINCE-XTR, Betty .-Xlpha Ttiu Beta Sorority Prexident of Sophomore lnkwell Claw GeeCheC Geechee BuNineSS Staff '42 Delta Chi Geechee Editorial Staff '43 Swimming Tennis Riding Club lnkwell Asst hlanaging Editor '43 lnkwell Nlanaging Ed. '43 Suvanneilw Playhouse Citizemhip Committee '47 '43 Home Coming Committee 43 Student Senate CROOYER, -Iohn T , jr L' S, C G jOHNSTON, Martha Sue PICHLER. Floyd Track Team Swimming Team Tennis Club Council on Foreign Rc- lations SOPHOMORES 24 CORNELL, Yirginioi Delta Chi Sorority Queen of .-Xrmxtmng BUYS Fred Thigpen Allen Douglas Flovd Piehler Roy Ralob Alvie Smith Tom Cone Alvie Smith lien Wolfe Darriel Kitchens N lichael Gannam Alvie Smith o's o Best Looking Personality Cutest Best Dressed Best All Around Nlost Athletic Most Popular Wittiest IXlost Learned Best Natured Most Original 25 GIRLS lXlary Wheeler Celeste Norris Rosa Smith Xlary Wheeler Caroline iXlarshall Carolyn Smith Rosa Smith Rosalyn Weiser Ida Cottingham ,lean Dukes Virginia Edel V r--1-Q... ,, 5 . I i 17 fi A r, , 4 ,, ,ml cf 'Q yy, 9 ,'a79-1'1rZ,- WM' Q, 3x,,i" Lghv ..,4' ,bi ,pg5'kaa"2Sff"4S'A'!'f'3f Miki, f , x xf,'j4m.gh . 4 M4 I f"f"AQ' -rv,-1. 23" qv a-' at XFN 52 gg X QHCDY f 4,' ", 2' JLGZ I zxk rx L J 6 5 Q65 Q Q41 ' W' I I XX y X f fl, -.f. NW W f AX ' fig, f , jfxjll j l j f p! X f B- fi! 4 i ffjf-Tix ff' ix 'c ' VS 4' A f , X A X? CLASS QFFICERS President . . . Clweatlwam, Frank, Jr. Vice-President . . Poindexter, June Secretary . . . Wolfe, Helen Treasurer . . . Morris, Clinton FRESHMEN 28 -vi fi J 3 ,ft ACN? fs? Q? LATTHXIORE, Hurry IXIELAYER, Norton XIEDDIN. ,Xudrcy P.'XDEREXX'SliY. I lclcn PERSSE, Kiargurct SQLTXIS, Ida LCC BREXYIX, Sidncy LCC 5fXll'l'HBERU, Lcun CURLEE, jamcs NEXVTON, jack IXIEDDIN, Phyllis IQXNTER, Harriut FRESHMEN 29 'J' l .i if 0-utr 'lil KNO Cllmiiipiicyx. ,Ir BIDEZ. XYillium XEXXMICX, Benny june Tx1.,XLL.XRD, jcan YXXXIQRSCN Vluxic YARN. Row ODREZIN. Gilbert SINCL.-XIR. Lawrence XIAXXXING, .-Xrthur CHE.-X'I'HAfXI. Frank, -Ir. NELSON, Marian jONES, Virginia FRESHMEN 30 'L X ai 'iw-" LYONS, Xiaric NLXRC1 'S f3CI'll'LldC XILRPHY. Xiary KEY, Xlury L1 UI L ISLEY, U H, kll' GL EST. Cllmrlultq CRIXER, Bcttx' BOCXE. Yugi POINDEXTER. June IXIAXRTIN, Jung FOY, klury LJXIN. IiLlQL'I1Il FRESHMEN 31 BOND, julian HANCCCQK, R4 my S,-Xl,.'XS, Helm I.l'll'l'l.EFlEl.D, Patricia CQOYLE, Elizabeth COOPER. Shirley BELL, Nlillcr LCC. jr, BACGS, Cl'iarlcS LANG, jacob GOLDBERG, Harold SLLTER, Anna Elizabeth DELOACH, Eunice FRESHMEN 32 Tx1OX'SOX'l'l'Z. Lcomi Shirley IWORRIS, Clinton PERKINS, Doris XYOLFE, Hclcn SMITH. Bctty IXIONTGOTXIERY, Mccgan STEXYART, Niariann BARNES. Khxrgucritc FRESHMEN 33 H.-xRm', BL-tty ,...,.N FEV?-Q f ff gkkuliv. 'QW-'vi XV f 1 S, 5 XN 34 E .x ffl? gm - fill?- "':i'L4- ,ii-,ll--- Y li- , .XZ ' -I-ff iff- 4-fi' il vin ,Yf- if , -7-- .J-f-'-' ,J--f' -4 1-H-li, ' ' Llii- 46 Zl4'.w'fz'6f 35 GEECHEE i943 Editor-fn-Chief . , Asscoiate Editors ,. C Sports Editors. Picture Editor .ioo C I Art Editors Artists o.o,o so Sophomore Editorn. , Freshman Editor ,sss... Business Manager .,,is Editor-in-chiel - Wolfe . Typistsu ,,s..o,,,o,,,,,,,si,,i,, ,,,,,,.sss,, , , EDITORIAL STAFF Assistant Business Manager. Ken Vfolfe Louise Alexander Allen Douglas Tom Cone Rosa Smith Noreen OBrien Virginia Edel Harold Goldlierg Shirley Cooper Gloria liiclalighter Harriet Kanter Sara Sullivan lvlary Oppen Helen Paderexvsky Carswell Cobb 'lopffl lelen l3adui'cxx'sl4y, Shirley Cooper, Cynthia Cox, Tom Cone, Virginia Edcl, Harold Goldberg. Louise Alexandtr Xliddle Harriet liantcr, Rosa Smith lien Wolfe, lxlccgan Montgomery, Gloria liicklighter. Front Row ffxlargtit-ritc Barnes Sybil Woodward, Noreen OBrien, lvlary Ann Suddath GEECHEE I943 The Staffs of this vear hook have fought over- whelming oeltls to puhlish a hook of the sttielents, for the sttitlents. We hope that we have done so to the satisfaction of all persons Concerned. We have tried to nialae it an annual that will help eaeh and every sttitlent renieniher his or her cherished mem- ories of .-Xrmstrongi D Cl Qi G Informal snapshots Liseel in this vear l?ool4 were suhniittetl hv Alvie Aniith, Toni Cone, Flovel Piehler. Dr. Bishop, and lien Wolfe. BUSINESS STAFF 'l1ipWX'irgiiiia Hdel, Xlarguerite Barnes, Xlarie Lyons, Xlarv Oppen. ,lane Xlartin Cfenterrf Sara Sullivan, A if Business Manager - Sullivan 'Q 1' 'Q-....f Ax 37 -WS NI' 1 9' I 'Ulf 5 of ef Top llari-ld Goldberg, l.eon Smithberg. Robert Redmond. Roy Rabb, gXlx'ie Smith, Tom Cline. Rosetta llixis, Bettx' Sulter. Xlelx in Seigel, Gilbert Odrezin Xliddle f Ciynthia Clox, Xlarie Lyons. ,lean Dukes, Delphina Roberts, Caroline Xlarshall, .Xnetii l,aslxx', Xlary' l-ou lilllinlf Front Rowe .Xllen Douglas. Betty Coxle. Noreen O'l3rien, Lorraine liahn. jean Nlzillard, Ida Clottinghiim. l,iLlj,ICl'lli1 Lain. Nlary Louise Key T F Q Q5 ,U ,Cl The lnkwell, Armstrongs newspaper. is published monthly during the sehool year. Our first issue was during summer school and we have alternated between four and six page issues. ln -lanuary '-L3 we published a special issue of six pages. This was one of our l'est years due to the untiring efforts of the Business Staff. Allen Douglas is Editor-in-chief and Alvie Smith is the Nlanaging Editor. The lnkwell, in carrying out the tradition set down last year, sponsored the Second Annual election of King and Queen of Armstrong. Allen Douglas and Yirginia Cornell were crow ned King and Queen at the waffle supper and dance held on February 12, 1043. THE INKWELL EDITORIAL STAFF 38 .ff Betty Griner. hliehael Civilllllillll, Dena Cohen ,luck Newton, Peggy lXlel7ermott, l lurriet lizinttr, l lt-lm l'DLlk.lCI'L'XX'Sli3' Betty Cfovle, Rosa Smith D'DQ',Q The Business Staff of the lnkwell, managed by Miss Rosa Smith, has done exceedingly well this yearlklichael Gannam was Asst. Business Manager and upon Miss Smiths eonvpletion of her requirements for graduation he took over the management of the Business Staff. However, Mr. Gannam was ealled to the Service a few weeks after the beginning of the Spring quarter. The sophomores of this staff sineerelv hope that the business staffs of the future will keep up the good name that has been created for the lnkwell in the line of advertising. THE INKWELL BUSINESS STAFF 39 btanding f-klaeli Xewton, Rug' Rahh, Frank Cheatham, Xlarian Nelson. .Xllen Douglas. 'lean Dukes, lien Wolfe, Champ lunno, Xlvie 5mith, Xlr. F, Xl Hawes. Seated f-lda Ciottingham, Rosalyn Weiser, Bobbie Stephenson, jane Xlartin. ,-.' 'fi nr 'lhe Student Senate, made up of representatives from various organizations in the college, is the governing hodv which passes all rules and regulations concerning the activities of the stu- dents. 'llhe Senate also acts in advisorv capacity' to the President of the college, making sugges- tions and giving him any information concerning student opinion that he might wish. During the past vear, through the efforts of the Senate, the "Nut" was reopened, under the management of the Home liconomics Department, to serve students having to stav in the afternoons. Also. on Nlarch 20, l043, a very successful dance and comedy show was sponsored hv the Senate for the hovs leaving for the service. THE SENATE -IO 19 li. !" , x Standing-,-Xrthur hlanning, Harry Lattimore, Dena Cfohen, glaelc Neuron, l.orrtiine liahn, Robert Redmond. Xlr. W. Orson Beecher. Xliddle-Ida Cottinghani. Rosetta Davis. jean Dukes, Louise .Xlexandt-r, Rosqilvn XYt'iser Front Row-Eugenia Lain, Dorothy Bennett. fXlariz,in Nelson, Sara Sullix an, Xleegzin Xlontgoinerv. OFFICERS President ,,,,,. - , ,. ,. - , , , , ,glean Dultes Yice President ..,,,,, Y, , ,Rosetta Davis Senate Representative, , 7 , lda Cfottingham Secretary-'l'reasurer,,, B B 7 , 7, , ,, ,Arthur Manning ,O Q' Q' U The main nurwose of the Swanish Cluh is to create an interest in and learn about the P lanffua e, weo wle, and customs of the S anish-s wealtinff countries. U e P P t-i The meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays at 4:30 everv month, and topics of Current interest eoneerning Latin America are discussed. We have had some very interesting speakers who spoke to us in Spanish, giving us the opportunity to hear and use the language that we are studying. Klr. Beecher and Mr. Holland are the faculty advisors of the eluh. THE SPANISH CLUB -ll E cas X ' Top-f Xlarian Nelson, Bctiy Butler. Rosetta Davis, Lorraine liahn, Dena Cohen, Harriet Davis, Eugenia Lain, Xleegan X lontgomery lxliddlee- Rosa Smith, Gloria liicklighter, Rebecca Webster, Helen Paderewsky, Rosalyn XVciser, lyliss lylayo, Vir- ginia Edel. Rlary Ann Suddath Fflillf""XllI'CL'HOiBI'lL'I1 ,Xlary Lou Elliott, Shirley Cooper, Dorothy Bennett, Sue Tatum, Cynthia Cox, Annie Laurie Littltjiohn Peggy XlcDermontt OFFICERS Prcsidcrtm ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,v,, X ' irginia Edel Secretary-Treasurer, - ., , ,,,, lXlary Ann Suddath Senate Representative W . , ,,., Rosalyn Weiser Z Q Q Q Armstrongs musical component is ably supplied by the Music Club which meets every other week at the college to enjoy a program of recorded classical or semi-classical music. This year the membership is striving to obtain a library of recordings and a listening room in which to keep it as well as its victrola. lylore than ever, the lNlusic Club has been de- voting time on its progranis to the appreciation of selections played. This understanding has been forwarded by several members volunteering each week to plan the next program and its commentary. The loan of records bv Dr. Everett Bishop, julian Bono, jacob Lang, and Levy jewelers, for which the club is grateful, has made possible the maintenance of high musical standards. Xliss fklary Elizabeth Mayo, Armstrongs librarian, has rendered the organization encourage- ment by her competent sponsorship throughout the year. THE MUSIC CLUB -12 'Ui Q., Kr Top-Billy l3iclc:, Roy Rabb. Gilbert Odrczin, Clinton Nlorris, l.ce Brew in, Sarniny Reed. Seated--.Nllen Douglas, loin Curie, lien XXUIIL-, OFFICERS President ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,loin Cone Vice President ,,,,,,, - . , , Allen Douglas Secretary-Treasurer ,,,, , , . lien Vfolle Q7 Q Q Q' The Armstrong Athletic Social Cub was organized hy a few sophomores in an eifort to continue the lvlonogram club of previous years. lts purpose, to sponsor some and to participate in all social and athletic activities. One dance was sponsored by this club in the fall quarter and from this group of leoys was clrawn the nucleus of the colleges lwasltethall squad. We hope that the boys that attain letters in a sport this year and that those remaining in college will carry on the traclitions of the club. A. A S. C. 43 Standing-RoSa Smith, Jessie Yannerxon. Xvinilred Brovvn, Rosetta Davis, Rose Yarn Xiiddle-Nlariann Stewart, lda Cottingham, Virginia Booie, Xlarv Lou Elliott, Helen Salas. Harriet Kanter, Benny jane Newton, Bobbie Stephenxon. Gloria liicltlighter. Betty Butler, jean Dukes. Rebecca Webster, Bottom-fHelen Xvolle, Peggy' fXleDermott, Xoreen OBrien. Betty Griner, Xlarv Ann Suddath, Nlary Oppen, jean Xltillard, Caroline Xlarxhall FKJTCgI'tlLlITd7XliiI'X' Fov. OFFICERS Prexident, te,. , - , , D A - D , D , , , -Bobbie Stephenaon Yice Prexident , , Y Y-Bettv Griner Secretary' , ,,,,, ,, , ,Gloria liicklighter Treasurer A , , , , -Xlarv ,-Xnn Suddath ,, 1-. 1 -. -, i . .D .4 -, The Club is sponsored by Mrs. Alvin XIeLenelon, head of the Home Economies Depart- ment. The organization is one of the most active ones in the school in that it is in charge of all of the receptions and the annual Home comings, The club project for the year is one in coopera- tion vvith national defense. THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB -L-I Q0 if 'Uv ICM. 2 O JC 'S04 05- '55 S6 I on , . if Tope-Carsvvell Cobb. Roy Rabb. Norton Xlclaver. Xlelvin Siegel, Roy l-laincocla, Robert Rcclinond Jack Xcvvton Kliddle-Harold Goldberg, X larie Lyons. TX larv Oppcn, Harry l-11ttiini-re, Dena Cohen, Celeste Norris, Leon Smithberg. Front RovvASara jo Goodin. ylane Xlartin, Xlartha Sue Johnston. llclcn Wolfe, Jessie Yanncrson. Sara Sullivan. Rosa Smith OFFICERS President, , 7, , Y We , W ,, , , , ,Celeste Norris Vice President O O, , A larie Lyons Secretary . , , , Y, , , Xlary Oppcn Treasurer, , A ,, ,, , 7 , ,jack Nevv ton Senate Representative e ,,,. jane lXIartin Program Chairman , , cHelen XYolfe F. am M, cf 'ei O L' The Council on Foreign Relations vvas organized uneler the eo-leadership of Klr. Asleevv and Dr. P. Dyer in ICUO. The present faculty aelvisor is lXlr, XY. O. Beecher. 'lqlie aim of the council has lieen to further our unelerstaneling of vvorlcl affairs through inforn'al open clis- cussions aniong its nieirlfers anel speakers at the various ireetings. 'lhrougliout tlie year there have been several very interesting ancl enlightening srealaers appearing on the program. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS -li 1 SB QQ if 7" JK Vertex and bp - Peggy lXlcDerniott. Nlary Oppen. Sybil Woodward. lxlaric Lyons. Eleanor Ferguson, Betty Smith. Xlarian Nelson. Rebecca XYebstcr. lxlary Wheeler, Gloria liicklighter. Lower RowfYirginiaCornell. lxlartha Sue Johnston, Noreen 0'Bricn. Rosa Smith. Anne Kirkland. lXlary.,Xnn Sucldath Betty Griner. OFFICERS President ,ii.i., i.,vl,v,,li,, iiil R c usa Smith Yice President . , , , ,Noreen OBrien Secretary ,,,,, ,,,, ix 'lary Ann Sucldath Treasurer, , , , , , ,Gloria liicklighter Q Q Q Q The purpose of this organization is to promote friendship among the members of the soro- rity and the students of Armstrong. The sorority has endeavored to carry out this purpose through the sponsoring of many activities throughout this school year. Some of the activities sponsored were a Christmas dance honoring the new pledges of the sorority and also teas and tea dances. The girls gave Miss Mayo a farevvell luncheon before she left for Virginia and also acted as hostesses for one of the regular FridaY night dances. ln the Spring quarter the sorority enjoyed several house parties at Tybee. The years activities were brought to a suitable close with the usual banquet and dance. The sponsor for the sorority is Mrs. LeRoy N. Suddath. THE DELTA CHI SORORITY 46 lop--Virginia Boone, Betty' Butler, jane Xlartin, Xlary lXlurphy, xlune Poindexter. Xlarx lmuise liex Xlary l,ou Elliott Nliddlefjean Herrmann. XX'inil'red Brown. Betty Sulter Front Roxx'-Celeste Norris, Caroline lXlai'shall. Louise .-Xlexander, Sara Stillman, Xlary lfox. 'lean fXl11llard. Ida Lee Solms, Charlotte Quest OFFICERS President ,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,, Q Yaroline fXlarsh4ill Yiee President - , , , ,Louise .Xlexander Secretary, , ,s Y, A ,Sara Sullivan Treasurer ,.., , , ,Celeste Norris Qi Q jf' U This sorority has added to its many aims that of doing everything possihle to aid the xx ar effort: to this end we have undertaken additional defense activities and have attempted to promote patriotism as well as social and intellectual interests among the students of .'Xrmstrong. THE ALPHA TAL! SORORITY -17 Q-ui 5p.!r1 f". K' fig sw! ,, wr A ,, , .. fi' W '52 .51 .2 1" 2 1 f . , ,. k ' W 'I' f fum 1 K, 5' . V , ' f f-'1'f.5 N' 'af Lf A N5 ""f4f'-wi-' 'Q' ,, 5 '..ip...-! 'X t , Y F? f I 3 of va i i i 1 f gi MA -' 3 :ga ,. A ,f iijgfx I is ., ap, 5 -.A :gk wwf, 0, ,- ' .f www , f - P f 'QQ' gg? -f Vg.-1Tl'?'f..' ' L ' V' "1 2 5 Q ,, , """"1 wan, ,, g'f'.,1r,! ' , , - ' i,"?'i,.:f ,, - ' " . ,,. Q ,BLK ikgwdmvi y, X ,L M 'mc' ,., .N Klefftii , f i , , is-.m?,g.f': f r J 1 "M P' Aiff'f,1 ww, ,SX XX x l l X f Xxx' ifl, f X YY! f Qi ffffl f,6'Zl'l.Cf '1 ll .Ls Q i .qu YQQV S SKETBHLL W ST R0115' N1 x Smitl'il1ei'g IX Iorris Ralhb Nlelavei' Brexvin Sinclair, klanagei' Cone, Captain 50 Reed Seigel Bell Isley Reddish Qdrezin Rosolio Captained hy 'lqom Cone, the 10421 43 edition of .-X. LI. C. Ceechees came through with a fairly successful season considering the difficulties with which they were confronted. Lacking a coach, the hoys made up for this in eagerness and the desire to play the game. The team and Xlanager Lawrence Sinclair w ere aided greatly hy Prof. Reuben Holland, who gave his whole hearted assistance in eyery possihle manner. Entered in the lnter-City Service League, a fast and aggressive organization composed of local city and seryice teams, the Ceechees finished in fifth place. All through the entire season the haslaeteers of A,-I.C played with the same true spirit of the past Geechee squads. and it was this stamina that helped them to achieye a more suc- cessful season than pre-season critics anticipated. BASKETBALL 51 v ,, A., . M A ff' ,L JW.. , ? 3'-,'v'wx a N. V1 Q ,- fa- .f-i 4 1. W X - a Q- ? l if 1. '?3H',tM '1 Air ' eu A V. Q: 3' A-i ' Q' if' Srl 1 Qi A f A P yi 1? qv- 4 I 'Vfi T I hi 5 .fyslvr af ,I ,NN V x ,fq ' ' y Y 1 -3 3 fd' 9,1 xsa- vA f, It . 1 I' Q Y K fi-' 2, wif, v -. if "'i'hf, s V x 42,5 H . , 15,15 73 ,J-. R ff . ", '27 V4 1-, V 0 if' ni?-1 , M114-N '- 3? is '.?TL95fi,'?t '1 av 1, .xv Tw 'iii fha A " 'N ' x Zig '9 .N X4 f, 1211-1 , it .1 .,-Y W mx A 5- ,if -r ' .F - fc ,, A. .fu ' ' 4 fax 'E 5.- ,' . 752551 ' QQ" " A k .i x JM S, W TH E RIDING CLUB "v F 4 - tmsgj, ,,-J ,q ,, ,- . ., xw-.,.-.- gn- M- . W- --i- - U- Top-Rabb. Bell. Brcwin, Thigpcn. Cone. Rosolio. Baggs Front-Recd. Isley. Pichlcr. Manning, Newton .6902 The Armstrong Tennis Club was organized early in March. Many boys expressed the desire to play tennis, so a club was of V. formed in which all those interested could participate. A tournament was drawn up for the purpose of choosing a team W of five members from the club. Shortly before the tournament Inner was played a number of men were called to the service. Among these were Lee Brewin and Robert Redmond who had shown promise. L - Boys' Single Tournament - Tom Con At the completion of the tournament Tom Cone emerged victorious after meeting strong opposition from the other members of the tournament. The other players on the team in re- spective order were Fred Thigpen, Floyd Pichler, Roy Ratb, and Robert Ricks. BOYS' TENNIS CLUB 53 Boys' Track Team 304 , 'mm 5 Sw 74 WN? X QW GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Grchids to the Girls' Basketball Team for their superb showing this season. The team finished in a tie for top position in the Senior School Basketball League, Under Captain Virginia jones, games with the exception of the initial fray with Savannah High School. Forwards Virginia blones, Sue Tatum, jo Gooding Guards Audrey lxleddin, Harriet Kanter, lxlargaret Persse, Carolyn Smith: and Substi- tutes Helen Salas, Mary Lou Elliott deserve much credit for their Fine playing throughout the entire sea- son. The team was under the manage- m e n t of I-I e l e n Paderewsky and the coach waslXIrs. Julius Bennett. the team won all tlie i Numbered from top to leottonz Al slones, 2 Persse. 3 Tatum, 4 Elliott 5 Goodin. o Xleddin. 7 Smith, Fl Salas, Kanter was not present when pictures were taken. in X The team with Xlrs. Bennett Paderwslty is on the right, who is on the team but not in uniform. 55 -nf gf ff ff Z Z ff? NW ,.f" 1. 57 dug-had .dug 5 , 1 nf' 41.4 Q 7 L Q 5- .,--n 595 Back Row- Xlr -I T .Xsltewy Dr li. C Frazer, fklr XY O Beecher. Front Row- Dr XY XX' P1erson.lXlrs ,I 'l' .Xskewy Dr Sherwood C Lynn gy ,-1 A. -s. The Fifth Annual Session of the Arnistrong College lnstitute of Citizenship took place on lfehruary -lth and ith of l0-l3. Nlr. XY. Urson Beecher was the Chairman of the Steering Committee whose other members were Xlr. UI. T. Askew, fXIr. R. XY. Holland, Mr. L. Bishop, and hir. R. Nl. Strahl. Un lfehruary -lth, Dr. Sherwood C, Lynn of Savannah, spoke on the suhuieet of "Japan's Conquest of Korea", and Dr. XY, XY. Pierson of the Lniversity of North Carolina, spoke on "Latin A-Xmeriea and the War" with Xlr. XY. Orson Beecher presiding. Dr, Keener C. Frazer. also of the L'nix'ersity of North Carolina, spoke on the subject of 'IX Permanent Yietory Through Organized Peace" with Judge Alexander R. IXIaeDonell pre- siding. INSTITUTE OF CITIZENSHIP J.. 636 we 'C INSTITUTE OF CITIZENSHIP W ACU 096 ,Qi W AS ig, Dr. Sl-,em ,OO A111 H' O . FS Cf C, Lynn O17 Beecher ing anti Queen The Coronation The seeond annual Ciforonation of the King and Queen of Arxrstrong was held on l:6l3I'Ll3I'X lZ. N43 Xlr. Allen Dougles and Xlr. Kenneth Wolfe planned a waffle supper as part of the eelelrration. The lXKXXliLl, financed the undertaking and, with the help of the Home lieononiies Cllulw the program was earried out very sueeessfully. After the waffle supper. a danee was held in the auditorium which was decor- ated with the sehool eolors. l.ater in the evening, during their Grand Xlareh, the candidates for King and Queen niarehed onto the auditorium stage and the winning eontestants, Xlr. Allen Douglas and Xliss Virginia Cornell, w ent up to their regal throne where they were erow ned King and Queen of Armstrong, Xliss Betty Smith, Queen of the lfreshnian class, presented a l'ouquet of flowers to Xliss Cornell. fill fm Us 9 oo: X 0: Q, T een C 0,0 G!! Kitchen Scene . . . Dining n' I- i I fi 742135, I 1 u, f ef 2 At the annual Homecoming, held December 23, lQ-ll, Xliss Betty Smith was crowned Queen of the Freshman Class hy last years Queen. Xliss Rosa Smith. Cn behalf of the Freshman Class, fXlr. Frank Cheatham, President, presented Nliss Smith a gift. QXBSXQMQQC LJ Ken XYolfe Rosa Qmlth Alx I6 QITIIIIW Theee Qtudents were chown lx the Qopho more das for then leader Qhlp on the edmpus NIlSb ean DukeQ xxds xoteei Grst amon he Qex en I om Cone gf can , jean Dukes 63 CNdIOlll'lL 'Xlmshall Xllen Dou lm This is the first year that our yearbook has had a beauty section included among its other features. Each club chose two candidates to enter the contest, and the candidates submitted their pictures to be judged. The beauties were selected by the officers of the Coast Cuard, namely: Lt. l-ludson Ed- wards, Lt. C T. Christiansen, and Lt. J. C. Wallace, serving in Savannah at the office of the Captain of the Port. According to the opinions of many, their judgment was very keen. The winners are as follows. Winner . . . Celeste Norris Runner up . . Mary Wheeler The others follow in alphabetical order. ei CiELIiS'lQE NORRIS QIQILEN Rlil..-XTIONS CTOL'NCfll- WINNER MARY WHEELER DELTA CHI SORORITH RUNNER-UP IEA-XX DUKE SPANISH CLUB ROSA SIVIITI-I FOREIGN RIiLATIONS COUNCIL SARA SULLIVAN ALPHA TAL' BETA SORORITY ...I Rf Q f '-'11 "N-w-,..,, 1 lm A N Q: ' lf? 3, L: ' .5 w . -if ' fy tw f ,, ' . ' W ,, A , . l . J , ' - - '- , 1 A .I 3 4 1 ,' fl.-urs 5 4 'I-up Q... k "' H-1. 'E E '- i iw . " 1- n.. L, it !PHAq!pn,.,,,,f, E 'vm' A 1' Ms.1f..w-wg h lu l z Q Ni. A TopfOnc of of those clamp had days. 'llhc mighty Rcscrvcs. lvlicldle-Pose. The Girls put Douglas in a trzmcc. Vfliatclw sec, Darling? Bottom-The Whistlers' Club. Ginny the dareclevil. 71 5,7 lv 1 155 'N O44 z UCKU-ffzfzfe Zf ZW W aeeiinga to Armstrong Junior College "A Savannah Institution" FOUNDED AND CONDUCTED FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION OF THE YOUTH OF OUR CITY. The Mayor and Aldermen of The City of Savannah 74 ii? gifs? We extend to the members of 977522 Qbrahuating Glass our siricere wish for their success iri all of the Circumstances of Life CY 04 grienc! Q is HOW TO GET MORE OUT OF LIGHT 1. Keep bulbs and reflectors clean. Dust and dirt waste more light than you think. 2. Replace dark shades or shades that have turned yellow. 3. Arrange lamps and furniture so each lamp can serve two or more people if necessary. 4. When you buy a lamp bulb, buy carefullyg be sure it's the right size to protect your eyes. SAVANNAH ELECTRIC AND POWER CO. Savannah, Ga. BEST WISI-IES STUDENTS GF ARMSTRONG NEW WAY LAUNDERERS - DRY CLEANERS FOLTZ STUDIO 10 WEST BROUGHTON STREET D U Cl OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE ARMSTRONG ANNUAL 76 YOU LL SOON BE INTERESTED IN THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS OTHERS HAVE FOUND T "A Home of Your Own" LVN EI DEALTY COMPANY R E A L T 0 R 5 BEST WISHES THE STEEL PRODUCTS CU., INC. Bust illllishzs tu thz L5raduatzs TT-TE SAVANNAH A DINKLER HOTEL R W RUSSELL M g 77 GEORGIA STATE SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 270 170 ON TIME S T A R T N 0 w ON SAVINGS CERTIFICATES ACCOUNTS AND BECOME INDEPENDENT BY DEPOSITING A SPECIFIED AMOUNT REGULARLY EACH MONTH DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO 55,000.00 BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SAVE 2570 ON YOUR INSURANCE FIRE - AUTOMOBILE - WINDSTORM - PLATE GLASS ATLANTIC MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF SAVANNAH "A SOUTHERN COMPANY DOING A NATIONAL BUSINESS" ASSETS OVER 5I,250,000 I9 BAY STREET, EAST TTTTT DIAL 2.2: is 1888 to 1943 55 Years of Continuous Optical Service This gives you confidence of Thorough examinaiion of your eyes and The righT glasses Tha'r assure you proiedrion of your sighf for years To come. Thai, combined wifh becoming and comfort able frames Assures You Sa+isfac+ion. Dr. M. Schwab's Son EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS II8 BULL STREET SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 78 Keep Informed! ON EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAY. BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO THE Way SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS SAVANNAH EVENING PRESS Drin 6,1- 'The Pause that Refreshes Savannah COCA'-COLA Bottling lDorks Leopold Adler Co. my SAVANNAH'S LARGEST 'gi yy I IIEEEX DEPARTMENT STORE yy 7 , 5 EE I ififlfll ,iff 7 U milf' Ziff!"-"" O "1 ' ' 'fl"irLaL!M O gyywly umumlliMll,Ug UH' 1 P12135 iisismltsi IM - 4 Q f m nf-me 'i.zT.i5i,rfu.n1nujjwnyiniE Iu'IlMll lhlfieift iw Wi- Hiiuz .llama .f1!"!1'fl"ll 5.14252 -AIJIU jd- :g,..1neno svusA'i1'Yj5,QEgga -.f.... z3 i.gl.nI' . . . Outfitters to students of today yesterday and ilgiygyaui-fi ef"'!'f'ygf f lr dal Q 9 .-,in 4- - -ly V r Q I .N -.H yi A A L to students in the by- T y gone 65 Years - - - 79 77 7 777 7 T 7777 77 7 7 7 17' THOMAS XVEST 81 CO. L 18 WEST STATE STREET F A PHONE 8465 D R A U G H O N ' S BUSINESS COLLEGE 48 ABERCORN STREET SAVANNAH, GEORGIA S. H. KRESS CO. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA THE GEORGIAN TEA ROOM In ibe Old Pink House 25 Abercorn Street Luncheon 12 to 3 Phone 2-4286 Alida Harper LAMAS BROS. Try Our Cash and Carry Service DRY CLEANERS AND HATTERS ONE DAY SERVICE 44 BULL STREET PHONE 8f'0J Compliments of H. MINKOVITZ AND SON 425 WEST BROUGHTON STREET PEEPLES HARDWARE CO 125-127 CONGRESS STREET, WEST SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Good Luck to The Graduates and Students GETSINGER-MCTEER CO. SMITH BROS. Meats-Groceries 2-4181-PHONES-2-4182 MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT MORRISON'S CAFETERIA CONGRESS AND WHITAKER THE PRINTCRAFT PRESS JOB PRINTING THAT WILL PLEASE - -O-1 -. 110 JEFFERSON STREET Complimenfs Of BELFORD'S p R I N T 1 N C, Complimems Q SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS of Q COMMERCIAL WORK . SOCIAL STATIONERY I O S E P H 9 S CHATHAM PRINTING CO. SAVANNAH GEORGIA ws WEST PRESIDENT STREET ' MANGEL'S SOLOMONS Feminine Apparel T T PRESCRIPTIONS T5 BROUGHTON STREET, E AST TOILET ARTICLES, SODA, ETC. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Solomons Pharmacy, Inc 1 COMPLIMENTS OF Snead's Pet Supply and Feed Co. i T Compliments of LAWRENCE T. MAYER PAINT WALL PAPER 2413 BULL STREET 6555 as Barnard se. Phone 2-4700 T P T Cognplinients SELLING LOANS E RENTING O P f swam' 5. BROWN VICTORY RADIO SERVICE CO. 176 East Victory Drive 57012 14 BYY-311 Sf-I East COMPLIMENTS ALBERT GOETTE OF Undertaker GREENO REALTY CO. SOUTHERN TEA ROOM COMPUMENTS 16 EAST STATE STREET OF Clean, Quiet Home Cooking Hours: Dinner 12 to 3 PM. Supper 5:30 to 8 PM Sundays' 12 to 3 PVMT only 128 DRAYTON STREET 9402 DOTSON REALTY co. E COMPLIMENTS REAL ESTATE QF MORTGAGE LOANS MANAGEMENT ARTLEY COMPANY R. I. Dotson Whitaker G Bryan St. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF SLOTIN :S CO. Espy Paving and Construction Co. Compliments Compliments of of MEDDIN BROTHERS SNELSON SEED CO. PARKER AND KLUG COMPLIMENTS FINE FURNITURE, DRAPERIES. OF Russ, RTC. T 8 STATE STREET, EAST PURSE PRINTING AND PAPER CO. COMPLIMENTS OF BAY STREET GROCERY 8: SUPER MARKET RANCH RIDING SCHOOL BAY and JEFFERSON BEE ROAD SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Complimenfs PRESCRIPTIQNS of and sc:-IULTE UNITED slclc Room suPPLIEs 407.410 Bull s+fee+ 8:45 "3 Wesf Bfougmon C COMPLIMENTS OF I E 'IU'-A FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY 81 SERVICE STORES 63 WEST BROAD STREET Ph 3 2I3I Complimenjrs of HARMS' DAIRY OAKHURST FARM "Milk wi+h 'rhaf exfra care" Phone 3-459l THE REVIEW CO Phone 5l59 OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES O PRINTING LITHOGRAPHING O 2-6 Wesf Bay S+ree I I Sa hG Savannah Ship Chandlery 8z Supply Co. SHIP SUPPLIES-MILL SUPPLIES 117 West Bay Street Savannah, Ga. I I I COMPLIMENTS OF I 4 ALEXANDER GROCERY CO. I FRANK C. MATHEWS SEAFOOD qi City Market Telephone 5195 SULLIVAN'S RECREATION HALL 17 West Congress Street Phone 6923 STUBBS HARDWARE CO. SPORTING GOODS GOLF - TENNIS - BASEBALL FISHING TACKLE JOHNSON MOTORS and BOATS 121-123 Congress Street, West RASKIN'S 23 Vg West Broughton St. Phone 2-1687 .O. The Home of Better Shoes and Hosiery COMPLIMENTS OF SILVERS 5c 8z 100 STORE BRoL'GH'roN AND BARNARD STREETS SHOP AND SAVE AT K A R P F ' S 107 Broughton Street, West SELECT Your Wrist Watch from our Superb Collection and obtain style, beauty and quality. DESBOUILLONS - .IEWELERS W. T. GRANT COMPANY THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES O I 5-7-9 West Broughton Street COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE MARGARIN E "A Southern Product for Southern Folks" COMPLIMENTS OF CORBINIS SEED CO. A COMPLIMENTS OF 1 I YANK'S LUN CHEON ETTE 33 Bull Street YANK SCHWARTZ, Proprietor COMPLIMENTS OF THE COUNTRY STORE BELL, INGLESBY 81 BACKUS r GENERAL INSURANCE Suite B Realty Bldg. I PHONE 2-4521 I p COMPLIMENTS OF CONEY ISLAND LUNCH 83 STANLEY J EWELERS N Q Jewelers.. R ...Silversmiths 21 Broughton Street, East i S11 OEM SEN f-1T's SMART T0 BE THR1F'rY" 1 l 'I'HAT'S WHY MILLIONS OF AMERICAN STUI ENTS V LOOK TO i PENNEYS J. O. PENNEY co., Inc. I a'-TJ ,. Q Off? L S X ff' THE SCHWOB CO. 26 W. Broughton St. l OVER 1600 STORES SERVING NEARLY I 3o,ooo,ooo CUSTOMERS Steinway Pianos Kimball Pianos I Alnutt Music Company s 216 Broughton Street, West Savannah, Ga. i Victor Records Sheet Music i DRINK ORANGE CRUSH Bottled Exclusively at PETERS BOTTLING CO. 116-118 West Bay 2-4332 P Compliments of The Store L i A PEPSI-COLA 0 T QUALITY FOOTWEAR A BOTTLING CO. I OF GLOBE SHOE CO. SAVANNAH 17 EAST BROUGHTON STREET H 4009 MONTGOMERY Phone 6877 LFE LAK, E LE, -L E, .LLL A 'Ir if BIG STAR A I 3 FOOD STORES TWA- .WL T 990. 116 BARNARD STREET .9 k - BULL and HENRY STREETS K Mn 6 ir if A H A my 7 WTJTWW i T TS CCTINAELIMENTSWW COMPLIMENTS OF OF MARTHA'S MILLINERY HOME FURNISHING CO. 10 W. BAY 22139 WEIEDMPLIMENTSTY i in i Y Y A OF COMPLIMENTS OF The Hitchinqf-Post Tea Room T 315 BULL STREET 39220 M. O. SECKINGER Headquarters I for I i COMPLIMENTS ' I College Fashlons I op THE that Rate "A" . I In I Fashion ooo Eoooomy Amerlcan Creosohng Company I 0 , SAVANNAH, GEORGIA ' The Store Depeiadlble' O Savannah Bom - San n Owned ' Slvlhfwh Mlnlld "The Sfore Dependable" E A I A on oooooo S E A ? I VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES f SSQCIQS exclusive a+ JN I S ' 535555 'lflhlce Jones Gm. .. I 'ml I 2 - I 0 0 6 I QW9::',.fEIfx'II'::f:2E.'Z1f'1'::::,?0vS png, N Bay al Montgomny I The Stamp 8 Stencil CO. X I8 Easf Broughion Siref, Savannah, Ga. Complimerns of Complimenis SAVANNAH MACHINE AND of FOUNDRY CO. ENGINEERS and MACI-IINISTS A FRIEND 632 INDIAN STREET TOOLEY MYRON STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHERS "Foremost in the South" 119 Broughton Street 34438 Compliments Compliments of of OELSCHIG and SONS FLORISTS SIC-lrldnd Ddlrles A 151 Bull street 5191 Comphmems I SAVANNAH TOBACCO Co. Of Wholesale Tobacco and Beer THE BARGAIN CORNER Phongs 33083 Jefferson 8: Bay 39235 18 Barnard Compliments of ' Conzplzmeuis of CHEESEMAN'S ICE CREAM SHOP A FRIEND 87 COMPLIMENTS OF THE L U C A S THEATRES T T Daniel Hogan, Inc. DRY GOODS T e4T DRAPERIES AND LINENST 125 BROUGHTON STREET, WEST SAVANNAH, GA. "Quality Our Standard Since 1868" T 172Vi+ 77777 i Y 1+ 4 1+ LUCAS T BAND BOX coLUMB1A DRUG COMPANY T BIIOU T ODEON Wholesale Druggists T VICTORY 1' fl 4 Phone 3-4193 COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. F. B. Rayburn THE MEN'S QUALITY SHOP OPTOMETRTST 24 EAST BROUGHTON ' T 129 East Broughton St. Savannah, Ga. he T T T The Thinking Fellow T T Calls a U H Tony T Yellow A 6161 T T T Fun Headquarters THE "NEW" TAVERN HOTEL DESOTO cHAs. G. oAY, v -P. and Gen. Mgr. C mpllments of JAMES A. DUKES, JR. The Morris Plan Company OF SAVANNAH At D yton d B y St t "The Institution for the Individual" lx uniwfs! 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