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

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' ' Y, f .P , . o 'nf tk K "'. 0 I 4' l 5 4,1 9 I 1 I 01.6, 'w ,1 .1 ,m x I ' n . I I 11 . A 2 .fin . I3 ' Q. -, ,J . I . - 1 A' ,als ?.l I ,v -'E I -', 1, 'A ' 'M 'b Q an . ,, L, '1 I W1 Oy' P 1 f ..e . .Q N 4 Win' C , N 'fqfl' ."f,,v " fi ' . Q ' al h I "Hui Q I A f.. " , A 'IL f' 'I' -1.1 .I-I tditatiun Z -..,, E 75" 4 if 5 2' HEUBEN WRIGHT HOLLAND To Heuhen Vliight Holland. Registrar and Treasurer, who as a tireless worker. understanding instructor, devoted friend, believer in the highest attainments of each inclividual, this 1945 " 'Ceecheem is proudly and gratefully cleclieaterl. l4l FOREWURD ln organizing the "'Ceechee'i this year, the staff has endeavored to express in it much of the Armstrong spirit of 1943. We trust that, due to our efforts, someone, on browsing the 1945 "'Geechee" in the future, may be led into pleasant reminiscences. The dreadful veil of war has not failed to leave its shadow on the '45 spirit of A.,I.C.g but we students have accepted it as our duty to essay to do- our best in carrying on our responsibilities on the home front. May this mCeechee" be considered as an attempt in the fulfillment of our educational obligations in that we have learned while we have worked. THE STAFF. E51 CONTENTS i' ADMINISTRATION 'A' SOPHOMORES 'A' FRESHMEN i' ACTIVITIES ir BEAKTIES i' .ADVERTISERS ARMSTRONG JUNIOR COLLEGE SAVANNAH, GEORGIA VOLUME IX ISI Zin Memoriam ,Usa LT. ROBERT DE KALH I,-XXII-QR CPI.. Dxx I,wENm-QR PTxTTERsnN I,T.JXN1IiS FRED Lrcwls Snrvsnx ,-Xrmy :Xir Corps Infantry - U. S. ,-Xrlny Signal ifnrps - 'XTIUY uf lv. 5. Q 2 fhgb in. ' LT' JOSEPH FRANCE CRAIG U1 PYT' ANSEI' DEMAEWPAS BAILEY I,T.JOS1iPH NIILTON JENKINS LY, Nlarine Cgfpg lllfalltfy - U. Army ANDY NUI. Corps WK CULXT IT DEATH T0 FALTER. NUT TU DIE E71 Li hrary if Q, f-:M 1455? 43 'G ff?" Omce s 'fi Lane Bulldlng Reading Room r WV A x j vi vi N' -fm THE COLLEGE COMMISSION rf" MR. HERBERT I.. MR. HERSCHEI. V. ATXYOR THOTVIXS KWTON JENKINS GXMBLH f,w,l!ll.I'I71IIIl 115' MRS. CHARLES D. RUSSELL MR. OLIN F. FVLMER MRS. JULIAN K. MR. URMUNU B. STRONG JVDCI-I J. P. HOLLIHAN QlfATTI.EBAl.7M MR. WYILLI.-XM NIVRPHEY MR. FRED VCESSELS MR. G. W. E. NICHOLSON and MR. HENRY M. DUNN l x THE FA CULT! NX X XX A I 'xx p, 4,4 ,N fa ff-j X IQ ' f' J X6 0 7 xx ls! wifi: g C : 0 57 6 f, bag' "pf-QLA qw WN U11 Wy:-ali' ADMINISTRATION Ifcmnmio-xN M. HAWES AB. NI?l'C't'l' Uniwrsity NLS. Hnrory fniversity Professor of fihvmistry Ijwsielvrmt , Q an ' Q 2 M Hsuarzx W. HOLLAND .-LB.. MA. Emory University Professor of French Regzistrar and Treasurer F A CULTY 1 NIARGARET F. STEPHENS A.B., LLB., M.A. University of Georgia Certificat, University of Paris Professor of English W. ORSON BEECH ER A.B., M.A. Emory University M.A. University of Georgia Professor of Social Sciences and Spanish 13 JEANXE PATTERSON OLSON HS. University of Georgia XLS. Liniversity of W'isC0nsin Professor of Home Economic FACU LTY T401 Groxms FEAQIN HS. University of Georgia Professor of Xlatliexnaties unel llllyfivs Ex'um3T'r L. BISHOP, JR. A.B., lNl.S. Emory University PHD. State University of Iowa Professor of Biology and Psyehologzy "'Qff MARTHA BOZEMAN FAY B.S. Rockford College NLS., University of Illinois .np " 4 il - '?'f':'19 e S Professor of Chemistry and Psychology U41 FACULTY NIERYIN SHIYERS B.S.E. Georgia Teavlierf' College J Professor of lliysical Education and Secretarial Courses NIURIEL Boruzs MCCALI. HELEN l'QI.lZXBli'l'H VQ'oonwxnn A.B. Nluryxille College- Bh. in lub. Pealnoclv Polls-gv KLA.. X amlvrlnlt l lllYt'l'SlIy l.iIn'arian A.B. Florida Stale College for Women Professor of Spanish and English I 15 l FACULTY Q rxx "" G 11' , 1 f . gg. ' fur., f 1 ,Q ' o . ,V ,-. 5 -f 2 .,, , f I 1 ,-.3t1.., , .f 1 . ,... , .. I 1 r' all 9, 1 . gy ta, K . V ,f 1 Q, ELIZABETH LYNES BEECHER A.B. University of Georgia Professor of English gf K, NIARGARET Piznsss Associate in Liberal Arts Armstrong 'Q' Y NIARJORIE ALEEN MOSLEY Associate in Commerce Armstrong Junior College Secretary ELEANOR MIELKI-: FISK A.B. University of Illinois Junior College UI'llVC1'Si1Ly of IlllI1OlS Secretary Professor of Social Studies 16 SOPHOMORES BLA- V ,, '! Q qi .. MQ ah X Z I ' Qj fin N f I M m? aw N16 ' f .W Q n lm l 5 I I I I '31 I 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PAL LINE JONES AIARGL'ljRITE SMITH Secretary Secretan' Lousa Ru mlfxxx Nhm' LILLA PALIN President Vice President I 18 1 SOPHUMORES .3 Q' A f 1 2 , , ,lf 1 'f -Y ..4.f" l,lI.I.A lIl.x11:1': lhiu-:ic A-19 yrs., H-5'6lf". XY'-l30 llis. Bowling: lvaun '-1344. '-ll'-ISN-Softlmzill Tvain, -43--l-l-l'l0lIlEC0l1llllgl KU? any x LISISTTE CATHERINI-I Brxciq A-19 yrs., H-5'8", W-126 llms. Permanent Dean's List Average- Riding Club '43-44-Studf-nt Senate '43-44-Student Forum. Secretary'-14-45 and Program Cllairmun-Yz1lcrlict01'y Candidate 19 QN 'UN Xxx 1. liI'TlI BENNETT A-fl9 yrs.. H- 5'5", Vffllfl lbs. 'lllllllwl-Pl' from Vfcst lla. Colle-ge-Art Stull' of llvewlivf- . rw ff' U '-f'N,.l'Q 1 2 1 ,- .5 LI-:Nom BRL snwoon AM18 yrs.. H-5'6". W-120 lbs. Radio Club-Hoine EC. Club-Stir dent l"0l'llIIl-DLIIICC' llUIllIUlIICC-l'l0IlICL Coniing lfomnlittce '44 Y SOPHOMORES RAY BURTON A-18 yrs., H-5'6", W-115 lbs. Home EC. Club, Secretary 344--45-Inlo well, Reporter-Ceechee, Business Staff -Homeromiug '43 and '44 nP'N" MARINA CAPITAN A-20 yrs., H-5'1", W-110 lbs. Deaxfs List 20 f 1 I, 1 We LAURA CAROLYN BYRD A-20 yrs., H-5'3", W-178 lbs. Student Forum '44-4-5-Home EC. Club '44-45-Homecoming '44- 4 PAULINE CARELLAS A-19 yrs., H-5'2", W-110 lbs. Home Ec. Club-Radio Club-Geechee, Editorial Staff-Bowling Team-Home coming '44- SOPH OMORES 1 ANNA TALLULAH CONE A-19 yrs.. H-5'3", W-108 lbs. Freshman Class, Vice-President '43-44- Nlusic Club, President '44-45-lnkwell. Exchange Editor-Radio Club-Alpha Tau Beta, Vice-President 'Z' BEVERLY F.-XY CLLBERTSON A-19 yrs., H-5'3". W-104 lbs. Ccechee, lfditorriii-Chief '44-45-Stu dent Senate- Permanent Dean's List "A" Average-Student Forum. Presi- dent-Outstanding Sophomore - Home Ec. Club-Valedictory Candidate VIRGINIA HELEN DANKLEES A-20 yrs., H-5'3", W-123 lbs. Permanent Deanis List-Geechee, Cir- culation Manager-lnkwell,43-44-Mu- sic Club '43-44-Student Forum-Bas ketball - Homecoming: - Valedictolw' Candidate I:21 ,"'1l'Q,' x "+M,., WILLIAM EDWARD DISMER A-l8 yrs., H-6'. W-150 lbs. Radio Club, President-Music Club- Student Senate-Riding Club-Dance Committee-Geechee, Business Staff- Inkwell, Associate Editor-Permanent Dean's List '43-44 SOPHOMO RES .,,.,, 1 "-K. .0 NANCY ELLIOTT A-19 yrs., H-5'4". VV-125 lbs. Home EC. fllub-Inkwell, Business Staff '44 s- Gee-1-hee Staff '44-45 - Maiiagxiiigz Editor of Geec-lice-Dutice Committee- Basketball '-14-Hoineeoining Commit- tee f V' , CATHERINE WYILLIAMS HEYIIIAN A-19 yrs., IAI-SYM", WR107 lbs. Student Foruiii-lleet-bee, FI't'hllIllElll Editor '-13-44. Business Xlanager 44,15 -Inkwell. Feature l'fdit0r4Radio Club wDelta fibi-Dance fi0IllIIlilIf?t?1ll0IIlP' COH1iIlg+Ilf'21l1.9 List 22 E9 f EDNA NIIDDLETON FERRELLI2 A-19 yrs., H-5'2", W-110 lbs. Transfer, University of Arizona-Gee Chee, Business Staff-Radio Club ELIZABETH ANN HUBERT fBettyj A-20 yrs., H-5'2", W-101 lbs. Basketball Manager '43-44 SOPHOMORES TM.. hu ng" COMER HYMES A-20 yrs., H-51", Vi'-138 lbs. 1 Home Ec. Club, lresident 314,45- Chairman Homecoming: Reception'44- Dance Committee-Chairman Home llc. Committee, Open House '44-Basket ball Manager '45 'E' T L M, A A . Q aiffkl gg' Q PATQLINI-I Joxss A-19 yrs., H-5'7", W-110 lbs. Sophomore Class, Secretary-Student Senate '44-45-Geechee, Lay-out Editor '-1-1--45-Inkwell Staff '44--15-Music Club-Home Ec. Club '44-45-Delta Chi -Dance Committee, Treasurer-Dean's List-Homecoming 23 W s R . , , 1 SHIRLEY WWIECAND JoHNsoN A-20 yrs.. Hi5'4", WSH6 lbs. Freshman Queen '43-44-Reality Queen '44-45+Hon1e lic. Club-Ceechee Staff -Bowling: Team-Delta Chi, President '44-45-Dance Committee - Homecom- ing 41N Q- an H L U - LOUISE ADAMS KAL'Fxuxx A-19 yrs., H-5'6LQ", W+l35 lbs. Sophomore Class, President-Student Senate '44-45-Ceechee. Personal His- tories Editor - lnkwell '44-45 - Out- standing Sophomore - Music Club. Treasurer '43-4-1--Home Ec. Club- Delta Chi, Secretary and Treasurer! Homecoming SUPHOMORES '56 FIFI CHRISTINA LAMAS HOWARII Lu: LAMAR. JR. YFS.. l'l-51100. lllS. yrgu H-+5'T,', lbs. Illl'iVYf'll Stag-istlldelll Fflflllll-xlllSif' Student Forlllll-Ceechee Vlulr. 5PCFf'iH1'!' f,ill1lJ-HOUIS EC. Club-Homecoming: Committee ALICE Nl-XTTHEWS X-18 vrs.. H75l2l,"fH. W-117 llnf. isiiskmliall Teani. '43-44. '44-45-Gee I-live, Editorial Staff-Foreign Relations lloixncil-Home Ev. fllllll-HOm6C'fJmll1QZ f,i0I1lIIliIl8C 24 NIARY JOY NICGINN 'K-19 yrs., H-5'3", W'-110 lbs. Radio Club-Student Forum-Inkwell Headline Editor-Delta Chi-Home coming-Transfer from Mount St. Ag nes, Baltimore. Md. SOPHOMORES .pK V15 HQ' NIARY THERESE MCMILLAN A-19 yrs., H-5'3", W-110 lbs. Radio Club 3 Student Forum - Musiq- lfliili-Geerliee, Business Staff-Alpha Tau Beta. Secretary-Dance Connnittee 7-H0IIl9COHlil1g1' AIR Fai. '1 J V Grssm JIM Mosmm' A-IT yrs., H-5'T", W-134 llis. Transfer. West Georgia at ffarrollton- Student Forum-Music Clllll-V3l6diIN tory Candidate-PF-rmanent DPan's List A' xeragre H51 E'- 'df' SI snz NIll.1,i:n .X-I0 yrs.. H-5"l1j". Wffllki Hu Radio Vlnluf-Niiisiv llluli-tfhaiiniin nf He-1-vptimi iillllllllitttat' for Uprfn Hun e . . 1 4-1 -- Dum? Mnnnntt -v - Horne-f il-1--fiwwilvf' Stuff 'li kv--Q mr xv K N1 xRnETTrt Yuri. .-X-'19 yrs.. li-5'h". VN'-112 llws. Hmnnr- iw. Vlllimxbllmlvlit Furlini-lei niunvnt iJFLlII.S I,istwHmnw-mining SOP OM0 RES ' 1 .,? '2 ir? G iii'2,xN it . 1. ' 1 ., Q ,, f' LILLIAN NICHOLS A-19 yrs., H-5'3", W'-110 lbs. lnkwell, Eclitor-in-Chief T-1-l"-15-Sll1fl4"lll Senate - Alpha Lambda Sigma - Per- manent DSZIII-S List-Freshman Class, Secretary-Ceechee, Circulation Man- ager --T3-44+OllISt3I1Cli1lL' Sophomore- Student Forum-Delta Chi, Vice-Presi- dent-Homecoming 9 ' x S. ELo1sE LINNIE PENN A-18 yrs. H-55", W-115 lbs. Dean's ListHStudent Forum '44-45 E251 f 1 L13 . fn, W 4. Y M2 -1 A '- 'jilisxv .. ,Q 5 CAN- 0 - F lN'TARY LILLA PALIN A-19 yrs., HH5'6", W-106 lbs. Sophomore Class. Vice-President-Stw dent Senate-Student Forum, Treasurer sliadio Club-Inkwell, Editorial Staff MBowling Team T-13-44-Alpha Tau Beta-Homecoming 55? WTILLIE KATE PIJRVIS A-18 yrs., H-5'6", W-125 lbs. Permanent Deanis List-Inkwell Staff- Home Ee. Club-Student Forum-Bas ketball Team-Homecoming SOPHOMORES .AI THOMAS XYESLEY RICHARDSON. JR. A-20 yrs., H-5'll", W-125 lbs. Ceechee, Business Staff-Homecoming, General Chairman of Dance '44 ,JN .K Y ww E .IW MT vt, - 'r CHAXRLOTTI-I HOSENTHAL A-19 yrs., H-5'. W-ll0 lbs. lleeehee Staff - Inkwell Staff - Music- Club Ross CHAPMAN SCOVILLI-3 L,-Xl'R,'X lVlARGL'ERITl-I SMITH A-20 yrs., H-5'5", W-132 lbs. Home Ec. Club- Business Staff of Geechee-Homecoming 27 lvlietel A-l9 yrs.. H-53", W-110 lbs. Sophomore Class, Treasurer-Student Senate-Basketball Team, Captain '44 fAlpha Lambda Sigma s Outstanding Sophomore-lnkwell-Home EC. Club, Treasurer-Dance Committee, Chairs man-Homecoming General Chairman '4-1 - Radio Club - Delta Chi - Music Club SOP OMORES V an-Q ""B"' b ,. 1 g., .,'Nn.,,,, M.xRoL'ERrTE NIORRISSY STORER .5i+l9 Yrs.. ll-5'51f". Vi'-105 llis. lnkwf-ll. Managing Editor'-14--15. Assist- ant Business Manager '43-44fStudent FOVIIHI-BOWllIlgI Teani-Ceecllee. Edi- turial Staff-Music Club-Permanent Deans List-Outstanding Sopliornore- l'l0IHf3COIHlIlQ-Xv3lt?CllCf0I'l3Il RUTH RICKI XYEISS A-19 yrs.. H-5'3l5". W'-118 lbs. Transfer from University of Miami- Radio Clulm 'Spy ,! ' . ,. ' .A , , VA A 1 INT' ., . -un. , XR 14.1 ' AJ. v Mmrm WYILLS GIQRALDINE XVORTH fCerryW sew. W-114 lbs. A-19 Yrs.. H-5'5l.5". W'-123 llrs. A-19 yrs.. H- Transfer from Lvniversity of Miami lnkwell' Stall - Ceeclwe Stall' 3 Music . ' ' Radio Club l:lllll'DP3ll s l.ist f28 J. i SOPHOMORES ANN YARBROKCH E1,s1E GIBSON Luwxc A-19 yrs., H-HSM", W-125 lbs. A-35 yrs.. H-5'T", W-120 lb Radio Club-Dance CommittPe-HomP- Permanent Dearfs List coming Committee EUGENE CLIFFORD THOMPSON, JR. A-17 yrs., H-6'2", W-185 lbs. Homecoming-Open House F291 X S f 1 l xlf, ' .P x I I 1 ' A ' 426,27 h ' 'Kar fi Vlosl Inielledual 0 S Wfufoazm ,257 U 'omhs o S66 Q si 00090 005 l' k9mS Most Llxely X l fa- , J vcox eosl Tb Succeed fy X, Q XN90 S600-5 Q74 f ee W A3 Nei li 'cox QA B WHO'S WHO AMONG THE SOPHOMORES Best All Around . Nlost Popular . Best Personality . . Host Likely to Succeed Most Original . . . Best Looking Cutest . Neatest .... Nlost liepresentative . Nlost Studious . . Host Athletic- . Wittiest . . Klost liasliful . l3OI Marguerite Smith Thomas Richardson . Catherine Heyman . Shirley Johnson . Beverly Fay Culhertson . Marguerite Storer . Shirley Johnson . Shirley Johnson . Fifi Lamas . Louise Kaufmann . Beverly Fay Culbertson . Marguerite Smith . Marguerite Storer . Eloise Penn The students appearing on the opposite page were voted the five outstanding sophomores by the members of the Sophomore Class. Nliss Kaufmann was elected the outstanding: sophomore of l945. fr' J G UTSTAN DIN 075 X165 LOOKS ft' C1 VAMSFVGQ WQRO Zyl V-X16 S TOR29.. lfgb' '71 CH olf N916 5 UQRXTE, I YU I BEN QNX 99 xc Cuvee VJYSOYN WA 4051 'y Q 4 I , -4,V '5 1 l 41 . .xf,4:Qa A " 1 'if' 1851" NIIRGIILIIITIQ STIIRER Valedietorian 1' 'CY l3I3I'ERI.Is Fan' CI'I.BI:RTsoN VIRGINIA DANIQLEFS IIIsI:TTI3 BIAIQIQ GI'ssIE JIM MOSELEY YALEDICTURY CANDIDATES 32 fin 0 Q av -? .2 gf X X 0 ' EI fa. X - Xfgfl 2 ilfh ,...f-- -axf Tess s , Q, 1 I I x F1 as 'T :- -4 'D E .-. :r fb 'II F. .- .- cz. fb 5 .-. ,-. o E as rv' co F9 LT' ro ,,1 ' I valedietory address at the graduation is elected hy the members of the Sopho- more Class from the five sophomores who have the highest scholastic aver ages. '- Y , FRESHMAN SECTION I l'J.- , -1 X ff A Q, fo, N v5 K, I J g?Ql!if NW W Q Q -J- FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS fgzg. ,liz up X 1 S6-vw 'xr A-1 A ' N f NN' , gf ga A ,Q 4, 'A 43',.. , ,.,a MARJORIE CHAPMAN President A-. Q7 Y 1 I fc! f"" ' x,---"W A. .If 5. NI.-XRY CRAWFORD Secretary ' AA ' IWARIE BRIGHT PATRICIA FELTON Vice-President Treasurer E341 FRESHMEN fi 'S' . MN' K , , iS'2:3k?'vf Quiz? 'SP D0I-oRI:s CROSS FRANCES HAll.fl JI-I.-ANNE HANSON 993 If' "4-'X 'MVN-4 ESTELLE BLAIR CATHERINE BLISS AIARIE BRIGHT NIONIQKE DAVIS NIARION DE FRANK ELIZABETH DENNX E351 FRESHMEN M' EMMALYN DOWNING GVVENDOLYN DUPREE SARA FAWCETT "-Q,-gr CHARLES P. JOHNSON DOROTHY JOHNSON ELIZABETH JOHNSON 'Dix 21 1, x HARRY GOLSON MAXIN1-3 KAPNER EDRIA KEETER l36J FRESHMEN JEANNE CLANTON BIARY EVELYN CLARK MARY CRAWFORD Rah 11"- 55 fsfiwf .al RUTH BAGGS MLARY' ANNE BARNES LEON TROUGHTON E' EDYTHE ALLEN JACK Stccs EDWIN.-X ASBELL f 37 J FRESHMEN 1-"""Q: Mitch Y-I-':"'f W, L11-:cl1.E HARRIS Nl-II, -if uc HEWETT ANNE HINELY SHIRLEY LOVVI-ZLI, 3' 03:5 THQMA-xs LYSETT ELIZABETH IWAGUIRE BN lim 'im' 6'5- ZAR .eIhls... 5 , 'X BETTY BVRNSIUE M x1:.1omE CHA N81 'Nw-l' PMAN ANNE WQERNICKE ESHMEN all Q ' - X-N 5k . ANNIE SHAW ,fygiggzi En 3 J V :QW A :gk A ,QQ , 4 F " Kin' ,rf H EEfl7?f2?Of Q.v a N-O E M - GEORGE SECIQINOER PATRICIA FELTON 2' f ia GEORGE MOORE HKTH NIILLIS l3l1.1.1E SPE NIVNIIEW ,un-N 'Car HENRIETTA KICIQLICHTER Suu KITCHENS EDITH Kl'HLIiE E391 RESHMEN fnsnufvz-yew' '-' HELEN ROWLANII JANET HOYCE VIRGINIA SCHAUPP "Ulla 'wwe' Mr'- JivI:I.I'N BROWN JEAN BROWN EMILY BLCKNER JEAN WYHI-IELER JIILIE YARLEI' JANET SIIILLANE E401 ,.. I ' E , "X 97 . F ESHMEN BI-ZTSYE JANE MEADOWS Q' e 3 , K','V, if' . -A, ' ,, I . NILRIEL MENDE1. JANE M1vDEE1smm14s V1 'ix :I , Q' 'EWKVQSVQ W, . gs M153 : PV. , 5,5 X ,Eig f Eff, 3 J A A 3 A v' 'fiie A 'iw 'fl J f qif?3?A'iu SHIRLEY FENNEL1. ETHE1. FEss0Pl'1,os ANNEX RVTH CAST!-IR MARY NIELSEN gg' z-74134 "" . .f , .A.A , Qjxwfw AL,k1 a Y .',,,7"? f A," :V fu, - Q. WNXJZ , JOHN NCCI-INT Humax Plums E411 F R ESHMEN 415 fpwe- Rig? -Q-Ix4s""'zfQf I im ' 3' 3 3,3 JOYCE SMITH DOROTHY BIATHER ANGELA RYAN HELEN HORNSTEIN XIXRY LOUISE PITTS -Q ' ,I 1 nf, XR 'flfl gl Lifff QE.. , KIARGARET HOLT JEANNE J.-XVETZ Q55-ra 43094 . 1. - I, I I 1- vm .- ., . ' ML , I 1. GLORIA ROEEMAN JOHN W. ROGERS E421 FRESHMEN fi' 2 fjf LEOLENE GAUDRY AIARY GILCHRIST JMXNHTTP: ULYNN E431 ....,,,iK Aaah: Y Q, 21" x Y---. 1 F , 'ful .... A. M.. ."' ' YY, ,-,Y +5 3131-.51 A C TI VI TIES 59853, ' x 1 4 , Y K F 29 ,J , E L! X5 , LN lum If I f X 1 .X W Q K ,L 4, 4Q 9 I J Coronation of Freshman Queen At the annual Homecoming Dance on December 22. Miss Jane Mid- cllelwrooks mas elected as Freshman Queen and George Moore as Fresliman King. The King and Queen. who were elected liy tlie memlwers of the Freslnnan class. were croxxnecl on the stage liy last yealfs Queen. Miss Shirley Johnson. ,.,.-V - . V ACTIVITIES First row lleft to rightl: Marguerite Storerg Corner Hymes. lfhairman of Reception: Margzuerite Smith, General Chairmang Nancy Elliott. Sefoml row: Leolene Caudryg Marjorie lfhapinanz Anne Yarlwongzli: lmnora Brnbhwooml. Third row: George Moore: Torn Lysettg Lilla Baker: Kate Purvis: Shirley Johnson: Mary Louise Pitts: Jeannette Glynn: Rose Scovilleg Marina Capitan. Billy Dismer, f,ll1Ril'lllZlIl of the Dance. is not in the picture. SAUTH Ihsnun Hyxuf p .. . 5 . x MQ ' Homecoming , my Committee N F ' 9, qt :nt l47l ACTIVITIES Ct 1,isiLRTsoN EDITORIAL STAFF OF THE 'GEECHEE Editor'-in-Chief , ....... Beverly Fay Culbertson Managing Emlitor . . . Nancy Elliott Circulation Manager Virginia Danklefs Art Staff . . . Anne Hinely, Editor Personal History Editor . . ..... Louise Kaufmann Lay-out Staff ......... Pauline Jones, Editor ,lane Micltllehrooks - Ruth Bennett - Shirley Lowell - llliriam Wills flloria Hoffman: jean Wheeler: Charlotte Rosenthal: Emmalyn Downing: Shirley johnson: Jeannette Clynng Fifi Lamas: Alice Matthewsg Eliza lieth Maguire: Ruth Baggs: Lillian Nichols: Marguerite Storer: Mary Louise Pitts: Emily Buekner. Eclitor-in-Chief THE " ,GEECHEEU L48 Editorial Sta l ELLIOTT . . .ManagingEditor ACTIVITIES BUSINESS STAFF OF THF 'GFFCHFF Catlirine Heyman. Business Nlanager: George NIOOFCI Lillian Nichols: ,lwunnv Clanton: Mary McMillan: Anna Cone: 'flimnas Richardson: Bill Dismer: Ray Burton: Pauline Carellas: Rose Scovillv: Hel:-n Hornstein: Fili Lanias: fimnvr Hymes: Joy iNlCGinn: Nlarguvritv Smith: lmoli-ne Caudry: Tom Lysvtt: Nlr. Holland. Faculty Advisor. HEUHN . . l3usinessManager l'lUl.IANIJ. . .FaCultyArlvis01' THE " 'GEECHEEV Business Staff l-19 l ACTIVITIES iltfsgf Editor-in-Chief .......... Lillian Nichols Managing Editor . Marguerite Storer Associate Editor . . William Dismer News Editor . . Edwina Asbell Feature Editor . . Catherine Heyman Headline Editor . Joy McGinn Fashion Editors gmggrulggii Pggfgh Art Editor . . ......... Jane Middlehrooks Reporters: Howard Lamar, Ray Burton. Ruth Mullis, Ruth Baggs, Louise Kauf- mann. Pauline .lone-s. Julie Yarley. Elizabeth Denny. NICHOLS . . . Editor-in-Chief STORER . . . MauagingEdit0r THENINK WELL" Editorial Sta l5Ul ACTIVITIES ni' x l AY' g Business Manager . . . . . . . . llenrietta Kickligllter Associate Business Malmgers: Shirley Lowell, Leolene Caudry, Betty Burnside, Jeannette Glynn, Marjorie Chapman, Kate Purvis, Joy Mn-Ginn. Faculty Advisor .... . . . . . Mr.Hollund KICIQLIGHTER . Business Manager l'l0I,IAND . . Faculty Advisor THE INK WLLL Business Sta F511 ACTIVITIES 4.-Je 'T' . ...,-.,, , l Q ,, A --., as .Mk 7 V. Q- ' ur, in , s it 36 , ...X -2 if - T1 The Home Ee. flluh. under the guidance of Mrs. Leo Olson. is Open to all interested students regardless of whether they are Home Economies students. This organization has heen in eharge of the refreshments for almost every Armstrong: soeial affair. 'llhe members of the Home Ee. lfluh are. .xealerl fleft to rightl: Fifi Lamas: Beverly Fay Ifullnertson: Mary Clark: Shirley johnson: Marguerite Smith: Pauline Carellas: Alice Matthews. Secwzrl row: Jeanne Clanton: Gwen: Dupree: Comer Hymes. President: Mary Crawford, Vice-President: Ruth Haggis: lean Brown. Third rout Naney Elliott: Dorothy johnson, 'l'reasurer: Laura Byrd: Pauline .lonesg Louise Kaufmann: Anne llinely. Fourth mic: Ray Burton, Secretary: Lenora Brushwood: Mardette Neel: Hose Seoville: Mary Louise Pitts. HYMES . . President OLSON . . Faculty Advisor 5'- HOME ECONOMICS CL UB we " l52l .ACTIVITIES The Radio Club was organized in September of last year and is the only Armstrong organization whose activities are devoted to radio and assembly performances. The Club has presented several very enjoyable assembly programs for the student body. Miss Mervin Shivers is its faculty advisor. The members of the Radio Club are. seated lleft to rightl: Cathrine Heyman: Shirley Lowell: Pauline Cfarellas: Anna Cone: Jeanne Hanson: Marguerite Smith: Joy NleCinn: Leolene Caudry. Second Row seated: Ruth Weiss: Gerry Worth: Anne Yarbrough: ffeeile Harris: Ruth Mullis. Third Row: George Moore: Delores Parrott: Elizabeth Denny: Mary McMillan: Billie Sue Munden: Nliss Shivers: Lenora Brushwood: ,lanet Royce: Mary Lilla Palin: Bill Disiner: .leannette Glynn: Margaret Holt. SHIV!-IRS . . Faculty Advisor DISMER. . President Q RADIO CLUB l53l ACTIVITIES i l Q l l l 1 , , 5 Y The aim of the Student Forum is to afford to interested students an opportunity to discuss matters of international, national. and school interest. Panel discussions are presented hy the members. and from time to time outside speakers are invited to talk informally. The Forum meets twiee a month, on Tuesday afternoons. Mr. Wh O. Beecher is the faeulty advisor. The memhers of the Student Forum are-First Roux Lillian Nichols: Alice Matthews: Ruth Bagzgs: Nlary Nlefllillanz Catherine Hevman: Janet Spillane: Dorothy Klather: Jeannette Glynn: Mr. Beecher. Second Rout Howard Lamar: Bill Dismer, Senate Representative: Marguerite Storer: Lisette Black, Secretary and Program Chairman: Marv Lilla l'alin. 'lireasurerz l,enora Brushwood: Eloise Penn: Beverly Fay Cnlhertson. President: ftlarjorie Chapman: Henrietta liieklighter: George Moore. BEECHER - l'iaCultyAdvisor CPLBERTSON . . President STUDENT FORUM 'X' T541 ACTIVITIES .41 ,f The Dance Committee is composed of representatives from each .Al'IHSII'0IlQ1 cluli. This committee sponmrerl one of the dances this year. and helps with all of the other danees during the year. The memlners of the Dam-e lmnmitter are-First Row: Marguerite Smith. C04flll2lll'Hl3I1Z Catherine Heyman: Mary Nlefllillanz Comer llymes: Nancy Elliott: Anne Yarbrough. Second Row: Bill Dismer. fi0-Cl121Tl'II'l21IlQ George Moore: Pauline jones: Shirley Jolmson: Lenora Brushwooclz Miss Shivers. Faculty Advisor. DANCE COMMITTEE 'YL "-5'-'H' SHIYERS DISMER SMITH F 55 l N :,,A,-,ff . ,bik- --'.0??,:?" -vi . 4,5-'ywarin' 9' . r -, qv! ,QM .- --'S ff-'if' df .' di' ,wwf- 'vii' f, "1 pw -gf ug-A A.-s,., ,,w'- J ,J 'M wh" ,jk Ji. 'YO -1. fih. . ?,9u.- K .' -' 9' 1'-1. 4' -M14 I 1 ALPHA TAU BETA f i" 'l f 10 Sw nj, fm, V1 . ,gs 9 ANNA CONE. President 5. NIARY LILLA PALIN 8. FRANCES HAILE NIARY AICNIILLAN, V.-Presidenz 6. NTONIQUE DAVIS 9. HELEN ROWLAND JANE AIIDDLEBROOKS 7. DELUR1-QS l'ARRo'1'T 10. MARGARET CLAGHORN 11. SARA FAWCETT MARIE BRIGHT E581 A T i1U BEZTA X guy' 3319 , L27 sms ET Colman. ? mf .IV ixe? ' gb' Y0of Q me 9 , fr, XNf W' i"'5', n W f!p'P',ff an 1 g,g,',:f ." ' Z vb ,ax g5F-Nw if wb Z I 4 FiQE?X f7U'g-lf! ifmgfq . 1 X 7.1 51 W V, Pr- PLEOG E A TALL TALE PLEDGE ELTA CHI 1' 'Vw ttf 119 T! JC! 89" Fit GNN LOI'IsE KALYEMANN LILLIAN NICHOLS CA'rHERINE HEYMAN HENRIETTA KICKLIGHTER NIARJORIE CHAPMAN JOY JWCGINN JWARGUERITE SMITH PAIILINE JONES IGUJ SHIRLEY JOHNSON, President CATHERINE BLISS SHIRLEY LOWELL JANET SPILLANE DELTA CHI .'g'sf. ' '-23 L 1. Where's that letter? or mailmarz?. 2. Solving the unemployment prohlem. 3. I'll swan! Why dotrt you? 4. Southern hospitality. 5. Our interpretation of the slide rule. 6. Thats our man! Yan johnson??!! T. Is this trip necessary? 8. Censored! 9. Everything but a coupon. 10. Spread joy to the maximum. ll. Six maids in a row. 12. Ugh! 13. Compliments of the Army. 14. My kingdom for a horse! E611 ACTIVITIES gn 1'9- 5 ffm 5 be The nwnrlierf of the Nlueic- liluli are: Leolene Caudry: Anna Cone. President: Mary McMillan: Louise Kaufmann Pauline .lonewz Lharlntte Hrmfentlml: Miriam Wills: Hftelle Blair: Bill Dislner: Frances Haile: Mary Louise Pitts George Moore: Gloria Hoffman: Howard Lamar: Jeannette Glynn. OFFICERS Anna Cone. President: Thomas Lysett. Dance Representative: Bill Dinner, Yice-Presidentg Frances Halle, Dance Representa- tiveg Jeannette Glynn, Treasurerg Howard Lamar, Secretary. A CTIV ITIES v F f-------r---Q s ff - 1 ' , ' 4 'I all Q ' 5 fl, s The Student Senate is made up of representatives from each organization in the college. fnder the direction of Miss Mervin Shivers as laeulty advisor. the Senate is open to any suggestions whim-li the students might have tow If improving: any aspects of the college. Louise Kaufmann Nlarjorie Chapman Mary Lilla Palin Lillian Nichols . . Beverly Fay Culbertson Bill Dismer . . Pauline Jones Marguerite Smith Robert Mott . Miss Klervin Shivers President. President of Sophomore Class . . President of Freshman Class . Vice-President of Sophomore Class . . . . Editor of lnlcwell lfditor of Ceechee . Student Forum . Music Cluh . Home EC. Cluh . . Radio Club . Faculty Advisor STUDENT SE Lea NATE ACTIVITIES 1 Rx x 5 'I A - '- f hu r sl 2- z Q 4 1, .4 l. Alirwl Nlattln-nf.llupluin 2. Smith. 3. Cuarmls. 4. Harris. w fllldlilllilll and N11-Hizm. fm, f:lilg1h0l'Il and Gumlry. T. B Teaunz f,jLlIIlf'l'illP Hayman .lflannv Hansfm: Betty Hubert: Inu- 'Xlirlrilfllnmukfz .lvzlnm-tts Glynn: Murivl Klendrlq Emily Bl14'kIl?l'I jean YYhf'ele1': Marion D6I'l'8llk1 8. A Tf?3Il12 lxml I,u1'vi4: Lf,-olrne flumlry: Aliw- Nluttlme-ws. lkxptuin: Joy XICQIIIIIII Francw Huile: N1iH',SIll9l'llP bmlthz Lemlv Hurri-: Nlarjuric lilmplllzlllz XILll'gILll'f'l f:lLlflhOl'll. I 64 I ACTIVITIES E91 Y' . 0' ' , A if: 1 . 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'- - " v - v' I . f-: , - A ,.. N wi: "Z. -.Ivan f-.nts .. ,' Qu W . .aw i 'U The members of the Riding Club ride every Friday afternoon at the Ranch Riding School. At the beginning of each year beginners' classes are held for all interested students who do not yet know how to ride. Miss Gladys Feagin is the faculty advisor. The members of the Riding Club are: Emily Buckner: Leolene Gaudryg Marjorie Chapman: Sara Kitchens: Billy Dismer: Betty Burnside: Jeanne Hanson: Betty Asbell: Miss Feagin: Jean Wheeler: Muriel Mendel: Janet Spillane: Shirley Fennell. RIDING CLUB KITCHENS . . President FEAGIN . . Faculty Advisor F651 ACTIVITIES BOWIJNC TEAR1 The members of the Bowling Team are: First Row fleft to rightJ: Elizabeth Denny: Betty Burnside, Captain: Marguerite Storer. Second Row: Shirley Johnsong Lilla Baker. i661 BEAUTIES KQAZ ff Q. D 6 fx 1 K fx WE M ,ga 2 KJ' .rf ' ' 4 xv 9',o Y Ek SHIRLEY JOHNSON, Delta Chi E581 -ann FIFI LAMAS. Home Economics Club JANE NIIDDLEBROOKS, FreShman Class ANNA CONE,NlllSlC Club T691 SUSIE IWILLER, Radio Club iilvf CATHERINE HEYMAN, 'Geechee C 6' C 7 C K. ?'-u-1,Z,, ,,,l X Q 'ff .ix 5 6. sf f-L'5"j2 W ' F-T , X ff, T ' Lx' fs X X i.- A -RX xii Q ' Q-Q i Q I ZZMXFS 'I 1 + QQ -1- f3 W Lf , E1 j : ' .QS 'Q N F :T rv: qigj? ZS! """f' ZX' A W 35 f x X 3 V fi! N x 'S fd 1 X? S ft lf- Kf T X! JN VT S E34fdf ' XX Wx X X ll 'X . 4 X x 5'-Q Ai' --,Z I, E K X Q' , X xxx N -4,512 if v XX X X Y: -aff f7l J Greetings to ARMSTRONG JUNIOR COLLEGE Savannah's Own Institution of Higher Learning Savannah is proud of your contribution to this community. The Mayor and Aldermen of The City of Savannah T721 3-fir 'U555 We extend to the members of 97176 Eraduating Glass om sinceere wish for thew success SAVANNAH MACHINE AND FOUNDRY COMPANY SAVANNAH,GEORGUX Se, ,552 E731 5 4 I L. -1, ' .l ., w I ml V , 5 . s ' N it Xl. X X NX 15 l gil Q? QT? PAT ID Ii mv 20 U92 IEQSERIJCG G x 5 4 9 Q f 2 ' , V , 'M G. 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