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

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MAYOR GAMBLE To the memory of the late Mayor Thomas Gamble, whose unceasing efforts and personal interest endeared Armstrong not only to its students but also to the people of Savannah, we gratefully dedicate this 1946 issue of the "Geechee." l4l F ORE WORD The last five years have had their effect on the student life of Arm- strong. During the war, because of a smaller student body and faculty and because of serious and absorbing war work, the student activity pro- gram was decidedly curtailed. With the coming of peace, however, the enrollment has greatly increased, and the greater number of students has resulted in a renewed interest in all phases of college life. Armstrong has a brilliant future before her. Those of us who obtained our training during the war years and the year of transition, look forward to an ever increasing program for students and a larger place for Arm- strong in the community. THE STAFF. l5I CON TEN TS Q ADMINISTRATION Q SOPHOMORES Q FRESHMEN Q ACTIVITIES Q BEAUTIES Q ADVERTISEMENTS ARMSTRONG JUNIOR COLLEGE Savannah, Georgia Volume X E61 Zin iwlnzmuriam C. J UDSON ALLEN ROBERT DEKALB LANIER Army Air Corps Army FRED CHRISS ALLEN H. GORDON MEISNER Navy Army ANSEL D. BAILEY DAN L. PATTERSON Army Army E. H. CARMICHAEL ROBERT M. PORTER U. S. M. C. Army SAMUEL A. REED Army BENNIE BRYAN DAVIS, JR. CARL REITZEL Army ARTHUR F. DAVIS WILLIAM B, RICE Army R. A F. HOWARD HARL HANSEN W. VERDERY ROBERTS, JR Army Navy MILTON L. HYMES, JR- JOHN DEARING SCHLEY Army JOSEPH M. JENKINS Army Air Corps MARK JOHNSON SAMUEL H. SIKES Army Air Corps JAMES FRED SIMPSON Merchant Marine Army MELVIN KILEY OLIN JOHN WIMBERLY Merchant Marine Army It is with a sense of humility that we dedicate this page of the "Geechee" to those of the Armstrong alumni who gave their lives to gain the victory we now have. Nothing we can do or say will ever wholly repay the debt we owe, not only to these, but to all the others who died for our cause, but we can do one thing. We can dedicate our lives and knowledge to the building of the better world which they saw, as Moses saw the Promised Land, only from afar. l7l Library Mx, Lane Building p Reading Room 1 . ,,,, .. -K Office .1 ., ..,l I Armstrong Bmldmg Gamble Hall Aff' Jenkins Hall THE C ULLEGE C UMMISSI UN MR. HERBERT L. MR. HERSCHEL V. MAYOR PETER R, KAYTON JENKINS NUGENT Clzfrirmarz REV. JOHN S. WILDER MR. OLIN F. FULMER MR. ORMOND B. STRONG MR. WILLIAM MURPHEY , Av ' . IVIRS. JULIAN K. JUDGE J. P. HOULIHAN QUATTLEBAUM MR. FRED WESSELS J MR. G. W. E. NICHOLSON 0 S W, ll ll, THE FA CULT! , an 1 S W fl -'Q' X ,fz5f',f'ii 53f7 X, "X" I ff! f 7 X YZ: ff'-554 Z ,f dxf, ,ff 1 ' X U11 X g ADMINISTRATION FOREMAN M. HAWEs , A.B. Mercer University MS. Emory University President 5 , REUBEN VV. HOLLAND . AB., M.A. Emory University .e """"""' Professor of French Registrar and Treasurer U21 F A CULTY .lf pe-urns E T' xl , FREDERICK W. ALSTAETTER W. ORSON BEECHER ELIZABETH LYNEQ BEECHER B.S., U. S. Military Academy A.B., Emory University A.B. University Of Ggolgla Colonel, U. S. Army CRetiredJ M-Af U1'11V91'51tY ,Of GQ01'813 Professor gf English Professor of Mathematics Professor of Social Science and Psychology EVERETT L. BISHOP, JR. A.B., M.S. Emory University Ph.D., State University of Iowa Professor of Biology I 'Q -'UW HELEN WOODWARD BRANDRIFF A.B. Maryville College B.S. in L.S., Peabody College M.A., Vanderbilt University Librarian 131 FACULTY up -Q ' -v . : .M , , .,W.. ,K ,wx V.. ... ,.. ,, Sw,- VVILLIAM M. DABNEY ELEANOR JOYCE DoYLE B.A., lVl.A., University of B.S. Immaculate College Virginia M.A.., Catholic University of P- f - f H'-1 - id P 1't' 1 Amffflca . . 10 5221202 15 my an O 1 lea Professor of'Span1sh and Latin American History MARTHA BOZEMAN FAY B.S., Rockford College M.S., Ph.D., University of Illinois Professor of Biology lf? an 1 GLADYS FEAGIN VIRGINIA FARRELL GREY B.S. University of Georgia Instructor in Arts and Crafts Professor of Mathematics and Physics 14 FACU LTY r V 5 'L ' i f MARGARET SPENCER LUBS HARRY BROWN MILLER B. Mus., Converse College B.S., University of N. C. A-'B-, UUiVG1'SitY Of Ge01'gi3 Professor of Chemistry M.A. Columbia University Professor of English J EANNE PATTERSON OLSON B.M. University of Georgia M.S. University of Wisconsin Professor of Home Economics ALBERTA SALMONS MARGARET FORTSON University of Flori-da STEPHENS Instructor in Typewriting and A-Bf, LL-B-, MA- UI1iV91'Sity Of Shorthand G90l'gi3 Certificate, University of Paris Professor of English E151 F ACU LTY EBBA OLESEN THOMSON Instructor in Ballet Ymli we Q59 MARGARET PERSSE Associate in Liberal Arts, Armstrong Junior College Assistant Registrar and Treasurer f 1 E161 56' 'V ku GLADYS NICHOLS ZILOH Instructor in Shorthand and Typewriting 0' 'Q' MARJORIE ALEEN MOSLEY Associate in Commerce, Armstrong Junior College Secretary SUPHUMURES qx K fp ,ff ,Q 9 075:51 Q Q-ff R43 ,, fxx XX ii., x N kv! SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS M fig' fx '48 MARJORIE CHAPMAN JANET SPILLANE Presiflenz' Vice-President .gram 'fi MARY CRAWFORD ELIZABETH DENNY S ecretcz r y T1reaAsuAre1' U81 SOP H0 MORES . , 'k+.f1- e EDYTHE LEE ALLEN A-20 yrs., H-5'4", W-110 lbs. Beta Lambda-Dance Committee -Inkwell Typist- Homecoming -Open House. ur-- Q--f CATHERINE DELANNOY BLISS A-19 yrs., H-5'31f2", W-116 lbs. Basketball Manager '45-'46-Ink- well Staff - Dance Committee -- Delta Chi, Secretary '45-'46- Homecoming - Open House - Radio Club, 'E 19 Y' RUTH VERA BAGGS A-19 yrs., H-5'4", W-117 lbs Beta Lambda -- Geechee Staff Inkwell Staff-Student Forum Homecoming. !"N MARGARET JEAN BROWNE A-20 yrs., H-5'2", W-126 lbs Beta Lambda - Homecoming - Open House. 1 SOP MORES CHP EMILY BANCROFT BUCKNER A-19 yrs., H-5'7", W-127 lbs. Beta Lambda-Basketball Team B - Dance Committee - Geechee Staff-Inkwell' Staff-Homecom- ing-Open House. MARJORIE LEE CHAPMAN A-20 yrs., H-5'5", W-120 lbs, Freshman Class, President '44- '45-Sophomore Class President - Student Senate - Alpha Lambda Sigma-Student Forum -Basketball Team-Riding Club -Outstanding Sophomore - Per- manent Dean's List-Delta Chi, Treasurer ,45-'46-Homecoming- Open House-lnkwell Staff. l20l BETTY VELMA BURNSIDE A-19 yrs., H-5'2", W-120 lbs. Bowling Team, Captain '45-Ink- well Business Staff-Riding Club -Open House. ,.1',, MARGARET HUTCHESON CLAGHORN A-20 yrs., H-5'5", W-115 lbs. Basketball Team-Geechee Staff -Student Forum-Student Sen- ate - Dean's List- Alpha Tau Beta-Homecoming-Open House. SUP OM URES MARY EVELYN CLARK A-18 yrs., H-5'41f2". W-110lbs. Beta Lambda-Geechee Staff- Inkwell Staff-Alpha Tau Beta- Homecoming-Open House. '23 MARY LY LETE CRA VVFORD A-19 yrs., H-5'51fb W-106 lbs, Beta Lambda. Vice-President '45, President '46-Freshman Class, Secretary '44-'45 - Sophomore Class Secretary - Outstanding Sophomore - Inkwell Staff - Homecoming-Open House, Gen- eral Chairman '46,- MARION COLLINS DE FRANK A-19 yrs., H-5'10", W-145 lbs. Basketball Team-Tennis Cham- pion-Dean's List-Homecoming -Open House. E211 GLADYS ELIZABETH DENNY A-19 yrs., H-5'41fig", W-102 lbs. Sophomore Class Treasurer - Alpha Lambda Sigma-Outstand- ing Sophomore-Inkwell, Fashion Editor '45-'46-Geechee, Editor- in-Chief '45-'46-Bowling Team -Dance Committee-Radio Club - Student Senate - Student Forum-Delta Chi-Homecoming -Open House-Deanfs List. SOPHOMORES MARGUERITE EMMALYN DOWNING GWENDOLYN ELIZABETH DUPREE A-19 yI'S-, H-5'41fz",W-1Q51bS- A-18 yrs., H-5'5M",W-110 lbs. Geechee Staff-Homecorn1ng- Beta Lambda - Homecoming - Permanent DQHIYS LlSt-MuSlC Open Hguge-.D93n'5 List, Club-Open House. SARA GAVIN FAWCETT A-19 yrs., H-5'51Af, W-118 lbs. Geechee, Business Manager '45- '46 House. Alpha Tau Beta - Open 22 I"'S Q Z' A PATRICIA ANN FELTON A-19 yrs., H-5'3", W-125 lbs. Freshman Class, Treasurer '44- '45-Inkwell, Managing Editor ,45-'46 - Student Senate - Per- manent Dear1's List-Open House. A-20 yrs., H-5'7", W-118 lbs, Basketball Team-Dance Com- mittee-Radio Club - Geechee Staff-Student Forum - Riding Club-Delta Chi-Hornecoming- Open House. SOPHOMORES LEOLENE ELIZABETH GAUDRY A-20 yrs., H-5'7", W-118 lbs. Basketball Team-Dance Com- mittee - Radio Club - Geechee Staff-Inkwell, Business Man- ager '45-'46 - Student Forum - Riding Club-Delta Chi-Home- -coming-Open House. JEANETTE ESTELLE GLYNN A-18 yrs., H-5'7ki", W-149 lbs. Basketball Team-Geechee Staff-Inkwell Staff-Music Club --Radio Club-Student Forum- Homecoming-Open House. 23 QF BARBARA JEAN GAY A-19 yrs., H-5'21f5", W-ll8 lbs. Transfer, University of Geor- gia-Radio Club-Inkwell, Man- aging Editor '45-'46, if 5. 5. E K Q . AVA DOLORES GROSS A-19 yrs., H-5'l", W-105 lbs. Dance Committee-Inkwell, Busi- ness Staff-Raclio Club-Alpha Tau Beta. SOP OMORES li- iff' 69 Xi FRANCES HAILE A-19 yrs,, H-5'7", W-120 lbs. Music Club-Student Senate- Dean's List-Alpha Tau Beta, Secretary '45-'46. ' .Q jg ANNIE NELLE HEWETT A-19 yrs., H-5'5", W-110 lbs. Music Club-President '45-'46- Beta Lambda - Homecoming - Open House. f24 Q5 'I CECILE HARRIS A-20 yrs., H-5'7", W-128 lbs. Basketball Team. Captain '45- '46-Dance Committee-Inkwell, Sports Editor-Geechee, Lay-out Editor '45-'46-Outstanding Sophomore-Radio C1ub-Home- coming. Walla.: MARGARET STREETER HOLT A-19 yrs., H-5'6", W-118 lbs. Geechee Staff - Radio Club - Permanent Dean's List-Home- coming, Chairman Invitation Committee l45-Open H o u s e, Chairman Steering Committee '45 SUPHOMORES 'QQ HELEN DORIS HORNSTEIN CHARLES P- JOHNSON A-20 yrs., H-5'11.2",W-109 lbs. A-19 yrs., H-5'4". W-120 lbs Student Forum-Geechee Staff- 019911 HOUSC- Open House-Homecoming. V t EL.. 5 DOROTHY JUNE JOHNSON MAXINE KAPNER A-18 yrs., H-5'3", W-120 lbs. A-18 yrs., H-5'1fQ". W-110 lbs Beta Lambda-Inkwell Staff- Music Club-Student Forum- Radio Club-Homecoming, Chair- Open House. man Refreshment Committee '45 -Open House. E251 SOPHOMORES 53 HENRIETTA KICKLIGHTER A-19 yrs., H-5'51Ag" W-100 lbs. Inkwell, Business Manager '44- '45-Dance Committee, Chairman '45-'46-Music Club, Vice-Presi- dent '45-'46 - Bowling Team - Radio Club - Student Forum - Alpha Lambda Sigma-Outstand- ing Sophomore - Permanent Dean's List-Delta Chi, Presi- dent '45-'46-Open House-Home- coming, Chairman Dance Com- mittee. 1 EDITH MOORE KUHLKE A-19 yrs., H-5'5", W-108 lbs. Dance Committee. ELIZABETH GENE MAGUIRE A-20 yrs., H-5'2", W-105 lbs Radio Club-Music Club-Home- ALAN LAIRD Coming' A-25 yrs., H-5'101fQ W-165 lbs. Football Team ,41 - Monogram Club '41 - Armstrong Veterans Social Club, President 445-'46, 26 SOPHOMORES 3 Q54 l 1 it . I ,U FLORRIE MALPHRUS A-18 yrs., H-5'5 , W-110 lbs. Open House. BETSYE JANE MEADOWS A-18 yrs., H-5'2 , W-105 lbs. Open House-Homecoming. 27 'iw DOROTHY SUGDEN MATHER A-19 yrs., H-5'l , W-98 lbs. S t u d e nt Forum - Permanent Dean's List. 'Q' MARTHA JANE MIDDLEBROOKS A-19 yrs., H-5'3 lb W-107 lbs. Freshman Queen '44-'-15-Basket ball Team B, Captain '44-'46- Inkwell, Art Editor '44-'46- Greechee, Managing Editor '45- '46 - Alpha Lambda Sigma - Dance Committee - May Queen '46-Riding Club-Music Club- Alpha Tau Beta, President '45- '46-Homecoming. SOP HOMORES 5 Rel ,44 GEORGE MOORE A-22 yrs., H-5'3", W-135 lbs. Freshman King '44-'45 - Dance Committee-Music Club - Radio Club - Geechee Staff - Student Forum-Homecoming. 'H RUTH ANNETTE MULLIS A-19 yrs., H-5', W-93 lbs. Radio Club, Secretary '45-'46- Beauty Queen '45-'46 Inkwell' Staff -- Homecoming - Open House. MARY ELIZABETH NIELSEN RosE DELORES PARROTT A-21 yrs., H-5'4", W-120 lbs. A-19 yTS-, H-5'4", W-108 lbs. Beta Lambda-Geechee Staff- Radio Club-Alpha Tau Beta- Inkwell Staff-Student Senate- Open House. Homecoming-Open House. E28 SOPHOMURES ENNIS PILCHER Open House-Dean's List. ROSE MARIE ROFFMAN A-17 yrs., H-5'4", W-130 lbs. Music Club-Geechee Staff-Ink- well Staff - Permanent Dean's List - Valedictory Candidate - Open House-Homecoming, 29 J-- GLORIA R01-'FMAN A-20 yrs., H-5'41fQ".W-120 lbs. Music Club - Geechee Staff - Dean's List-Open Housc-Home- coming. K , Q 2 it ,s . . si' ' , H, Lf ANGELA RYAN A-19 yrs., H-5'4", W-110 lbs. Basketball Team, Manager '45- '46 - Dance Committee - Alpha Tau Beta, Vice-President '46- Homecoming. SOPHOMORES VIRGINIA LEE SCHAUPP I. JOSEPH SWITZ A-18 yrs., H-5'7", W-120 lbs. A-20 yrs., H-5'10", W-165 lbs. Beta Lambda-Dance Committee Radio Club - Music Club-Stu- - Inkwell Typist - Permanent dent Forum - Student Senate- Dean's List-Homecoming, Gen- Geechee Staff-Homecoming- eral Chairman '45-Open House. Valedictory Candidate-Perman- ent Dean's List. is 71- ANNE SHAW NICK SIMON A-20 yrs., Hi5'21f2",W1117 I'bS. A-23 yrs., H--5-'fi1f2", W-165 IbS. Radio Club-Homecoming. Radio Club-Homecoming. T301 SOPHOMORES ELSIE VVAYNE SMITH A-23 yrs.. H-5'3", W-lll lbs. Math Club-Dean's List. JANET TERESA SPILLANE A--20 yrs., H-5'3", W--130 lbs. Music Club - Student Forum - Sopomore Class, Vice-President - Dance Committee - Co-Chair- man '45-'46 - Alpha Lambda Sigma-Permanent Dean's List -Valedictory Candidate-Riding Club-Student Senate - Inkwell Staff-Delta Chi-Vice-President '45-'46 - Homecoming, Chairman Decorations Committee '45-Open House. 3 JOYCE ELIZABETH SMITH A-l9 yrs.. H-5'8", W-120 lbs. Radio Club-Music Club-lnk- well Staff-Dance Committee- Geechee. Personal Histories Edi- tor '45-'46 - Delta Chi - Home- coming-Open House - Deans List. 'I- . 1 - . . ELIZABETH FLORENCE XVATERS A-20 yrs., H-5'2", W-105 lbs. Transfer. Georgia State College for Women - lnkwell, Feature Editor '45-'46-Geechee, Circula- tion Manager '45-'46-Valedio tory Candidate - Dean's List - Open House. OPHOMORE ANNE VIRGINIA WERNICKE JAMES WILLIAMS A-19 yrs., H-5'7", W-135 lbs. A-19 YFS H W 159 S Beta Lambda .. Music Club, Geechee Staff Inkwell Photo Treasurer '45-'46-Dean's List- gfaphel' 45 45 Deans L1S'f Delta Chi- Homecoming-Open House. JULIA LENA YARLEY A-19 yrs., H-5'8", W-125 lbs, Beta L a m b d a-Music Club- Radio Club-Basketball T e a In B-Student Senate - I n k W e 1 1 Staff - Alpha Tau Beta - Open- House. T321 N -5237 XO gf EF-255 'Wx 5 Q . i wg:A...Z, rs W 3 if 1 J X 1 Nwljfj Q ,. 57 coo J soon yu.-73: ,- 1. ,f ,fr-325.11 .!,i1,,, . P X fi Ji qegrx ,f' f Xi, f 4 WHO'S WHO AMONG THE SOPHOMORES Best All Around Most Likely To Succeed . Most Studious Most Popular . . Best Personality Wittiest . . Most Original . Most Representative Cutest .,.. Best Looking . Most Athletic Most Bashful . Henrietta Kicklighter Marjorie Chapman Everett Lee Janet Spillane Everett Lee Marjorie Chapman Angela Ryan Nick Simon Angela Ryan Nick Simon Elsie Lawing Nick Simon Marjorie Chapman Ruth Mullis Elizabeth Maguire Allan Laird Cecile Harris Leon Smithberg Elizabeth Maguire James Williams Neatest . . llegires Parrot sa ore Schwitz Tall Story Champs Jane Middlebrooks Allan Laird i fi 2 2' Y A N :y A6 f-C, N , 0 X f I 1 1 3 M l 1 Q52 N . . 'V' 6 at i fx 2 EVERETT LEE Vf1IecIz'cz'0 Via Il 'Q ROSE ROFFMAN JOE SCHWITZ JANET SPILLANE ELIZABETH WATERS Each year the Sophomore Class elects from the five graduates having the highest scholastic average one student to make the valedictory ad- dress at the graduation exercises. i341 o ol' , 99355 CECIL E 'HHRRIS vafom SW' x,,, F, , VM . 'J Y ENRIETFB l4lCm.lGHTER 1- SC ag, 5- O 1+-1 arded RW 5, 'QT' C5 v-4 L4 O 14-4 Dhy Tro 5 CRS the Lu 'U CD -4-v C GJ rn GJ x. Q. UI rd 3 o .-CI 3 m. C E c CU vw 5 Mr. Herschel 'U C CSS C15 2 P L. cu m 2 Z o bil C I-1 4-7 U2 -JJ 5 O JFRESHMAN SECTION 6 -.ggff 'Y d M 14 K , ld 4'-3 fl fy T I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 1" 'Q' HARVEY MORGAN JANE BROWN PI'PSifl'0Hf V1'c0-Presz'denf if " . . v " I MARY ELLEN MONTGOMERY LEILA ANN NEASE Secretary Treasurer i381 RESHME MARIAN ALLR1-:D GEORGIA ANTONOPOLO DONALD AUSTIN MIRIA M BAILEY E391 LYNN BARKER BEVERLY BEACHAM ANNE BEEBE HARRIET BIRNBAUM RESHMEN IRENE BRANCH ELIZABETH BREWER JANE BROWN BETTY BUNTYN 62' '27 1' 11" if 4-T-?' O MARGARET BYERS GRACE CLARK JUANITA CLARK MARTHA COLLIER RESHMEN LARRY COLLINS MARY COLSON LOIS CORDES BOBBIJANE CORDRAY N11 PATTIE COOK BARBARA COWAN BARBARA COX SUE COX RESHME LORRAINE CROVATT HELEN DEVERE GEORGE DOERNER MARY ANN DUPONT E421 JOANNE DURRENCE BEVERLY FLANDERS HELEN FOARD BETTY FORMAN REDHMEIN BETTY ANN FREEMAN SARAH GOOLSEY LILLIAN GRACEN PHILLIPS HAMILTON 117 'i' fr- 43 ,V 1? Q FAYE HANCOCK MARYE LOUISE HOFFMAN NATALIE HYMES EDNA HUTCHINS RESHME PATRICIA KENLINE WILEY KESSLER NAOMI LEBEY SARAH LEON .af rm DOROTHY LINTON INGRID LIPPMAN CLARENCE LUCAS LOIS MALLORY RESHMEN MARION MANSON DIXIE MARKS DIARY ALICE MEEKS CAROLYN MITCHUM cw-1 f451 MARY MONTAGUE MARY ELLEN MONTGOMERY HARVEY MORGAN LIDA MooRE RESHME CAROLYN MURPHY LE1LA ANN NEASE NANCY NELSON ANNETTE PORTERFIELD Q-lr l:461 JOYCE SEE ALBERTA SMITH MAY ANN SMITH LESLIE SNEAD FRESHMEN RUTH SULLIVAN HELENE UNGAR GEORGE UPCHURCH SUSANNE VAUGH NDORF I47 'Z BETTY VVALKER BETTY WALSH JANE WHEELER ANN WILLIAMS F RESHME CHARLES WILLIAMSON GEORGE ROGERS I 48 1 JAMES WOOD f".,p-'-'QQ'-tx X fl CTI VI TIES xi l O r I 1 f Coronation of Freshman King and Queen O n e o f th e outstanding events of the year at Arm- strong is the annual Home- coming Celebration. At the formal dance which follows a large reception, the Fresh- man King and Queen are crowned by the previous year's "Royalty," George M o o r e a n d Jane Middle- brooks. The winners this year, Harvey Morgan and Jane Brown, were elected by popular vote from the entire Freshman Class. 50 ACTIVITIES x ,5f'W'94.. 1 The Beta Lambda Club tHome ECB, under the supervision of Mrs. Leo Olson, is composed of students who are interested in being in charge of 'the refreshments for almost every social affair of the college. The members of Beta Lambda are Cleft, bottom to toplz Mrs. Leo Olson: Helene Ungar, Ruth Baggs, Grace Clark, Gwen Dupree, Seretary, Emily Buckner, Dorothy Johnson, Edythe Allen, Mary Nielson, Sara Leon. 2nd row: Mary Crawford, President. Georgia Antonopolo, Beverly Beacham. Mary Ann Smith, Pattie Cook. Ann Williams, Virginia Schaupp, Dorothy Lin- ton. 3rd row: Natalie Hymes, Sue Cox, Treasurer, Betty Forman, Vice-President. Ann Wernicke, Julie Yarley, Nelle Hewett. I CRAWFORD . . . President OLSON . . . Fl'lC1lIfjj.4dl7l'-SOI HOME ECONOMICS Wu 12:9 CL UB rsii ACTIVITIES Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Denny Associate Editor . George Doerner Managing Editor . Jane Middlebrooks Lay-out Editor . .. . Secile Harris Personal History Editor . Joyce Smith Circulation Manager . Elizabeth Waters Art Editor . . . ...... .... S ue Cox Emily Buckner, Henrietta Kicklighter. Gloria Roffman. Rose Roffman, Joe Schwitz. Natalie Hymes. Margaret Holt, Edna Ann Hutchins, Marian Allred, Mary Ann Dupont, Betty Forman. Martha Collier, Betty Buntyn, Lida Moore, Irene Branch, Joanne Durrence, Lynn Barker, Charles Williamson James Williams DENNY . . . Editor-in-Chief MIDDLEBROOKS Managing Ed ,Q l 1 THE IQEECHEES' ' Editorial Sta -, J E521 ACTIVITIES Sara Fawcett, Business Manager: Donald Austin, Associate Business Manager: Margaret Claghorn, Lorraine Crovatt, Jane Brown, Faye Hancock, Mary Ellen Montgomery, Leila Ann Nease, Patrici Kenline, Bobbijane Cordray, Beverly Beacham, Lois Mallory, May Ann Smith. Mary Nielson, Mr. Holland, Faculty Advisor. FAWCETT . Business Manager THE " 'GEECHEEV Businvss Staff I 53 HOLLAND . Faculty Advisor ACTIVITIES Editor-in-Chief .......... Mary Gilchrist Managing Editor . . Barbara Gay Associate Editor . Joan Pratt News Editor . . Emily Buckner Feature Editor . Elizabeth Waters Fashion Editor . Elizabeth Denny Art Editor-S . Jane Mlddgifogffi Sports Editor ....,...... Cecile Harris Exchange Editor ....... , . . . Julie Yarley Reporters: Henrietta Kicklighter, Joyce Smith, Rose Roffman, James Wil- liams, Marjorie Chapman. Janet Spillane, Lorraine Crovatt, Nancy Nelson, Helene Ungar, Sara Leon, Mary Crawford, Joanne Durrance, Lynn Barker, Harold Goldberg. GILCHRIST . Editor-in-Chief GAY . Managing Editor THE "INK WELLM Editorial Stq l54l ACTIVITIES N Business Manager . . . Leolene Gaudry Associate Business Manager .... . . Georgia Antonopolo Assistants: Barbara Cowan, Betty Walker, Leila Ann Nease, Alberta Smith, Dolores Gross, Betty Ann Freeman, Bobbijane Cordray, Mary Lou Hoffman, Ann Williams. Donald Austin. Faculty Advisor . Mr. Holland GAUDRY . . Business Manager THE "INKWELL" Business Sta 55 HOLLAND . Faculty Advisor ACTIVITIES MUSIC CLUB The Music Club under the direction of Mrs Robert Brandriff has as its purpose the study and appreciation of classical and semi-classical music. Dues are beng used to build up an album collection. Meetings take place every other Friday after- noon in the student lounge. The members of the Music Club are: First Row: Mary Colson, Barbara Cowan, Julie Yarley, Henrietta Kicklighter. Second Row: Jane Middlebrooks, Janet Spillane, Rose Roffman. Edward Sieg, Lorraine Crovatt, Jane Brown, Anne Wernicke, Treasurer, Ruth Sullivan. Third Row: Gloria Roffman Juanita Clark, Nelle Hewitt, President, Mary Ellen Montgomery, Bobbijane Cordray. Fourth Row: Joseph Schvvitz, Martha Collier, Ann Hutchins, Jeanette Glynn. at .N OFFICERS: Anne Wernicke, Secretary and Treasurer: Nelle Hewett, Presidentg Henrietta Kicklighter, Vice-President. E551 ACTIVITIES The Radio Club was organized for 'the purpose of radio and assembly performances. Presentations have been given by the club for the enjoyment of the student body. Mrs. Arthur Casper is its faculty advisor.. The members of the Radio Club are, seated Cleft to rightbz Jane Brown, Georgia Antonopolo, Ruth Sullivan. Second row: Mrs. Casper, advisor, Helene Ungar, Elizabeth Denny. Third row: Joyce See, Leslie Snead, Dorothy Johnson, Beverly Beacham. Fourth row, standing: Donald Austin, Nick Simon, Joe Schwitz, Beverly Flanders, Bobbijane Cordray, Cecile Harris and Henrietta Kicklighter. ANToNoPoLo . . . President CASPER . . Faculty Advisor 547' RADIO CLUB W 'Q'-rf l57l A lj T I If.I T I E S . 1 . L E 1 . if . " :N fs Pg Q 5 5 4 1 -1 'mx The Student Forum is an organization devoted to the study of matters of interna- tional, national and civic importance. Debates and open panel discussions are pre- pared and delivered by the members. The Forum meets every other Week on Tuesday evenings. Mr. Beecher is the Faculty Advisor. The members of the Student Forum are: First Row: Martha Collier, Margaret Claghorn, secretary and Senate representativeg Jane Brown, Leila Ann Nease, Bobbijane Cordray, Charles Williamson, Vice-President: Donald Austin, President: Maxine Kapner, Mary Colson. Do't Mather, Georgia Antonopolo, Helen Ungar, Second Row: Mary Lou Hoffman. Marjorie Chapman. Mr. Beecher, Leolene Gaudry, Joseph Schwitz, Janet Spillane. AUSTIN . President BEECHER . Faculty Advisor STUDENT FORUM i581 A C TIVITIES THE STUDENT SENA TE The Student Senate performs a vital function in the activities of Armstrong by serving as the Student Governing Board. It is composed of representatives of all recognized clubs and organizations in 'the college to discuss proposed student actiwi ties and to advise the faculty of student opinion concerning new projects. Durin gthe past year the Senate revised the activity point system for membership in Alpha Lambda Sigma, resumed the publication of the "A" book, and established rules governing student activities. Marjorie Chapman Harvey Morgan Janet Spillane . Mary Gilchrist Elizabeth Denny Margaret Claghorn Julie Yarley . Mary Nielson Joseph Schwitz Hampton Paine Mary Ellen Montgomery f59 President of Sophomore Class . President of Freshman Class Vice-President of Sophomore Class Editor of Inkwell Editor of Geechee . Student Forum . Music Club . Home Ec. Club . . Radio Club . Ve'teran's Social Club . Freshman Class ACTIVITIES First Row Cleft to rightbz Mrs.. Leo Olson, Janet Spillane, Marjorie Chapman, Nelle Hewitt, Emily Buckner, Mary Crawford, Harvey Morgan. Second Row Cleft to rightbz -Mary Nielson, Margaret Holt, Henrietta Kicklighter, Mary Gilchrist, Mary Ann Dupont, Dorothy Johnson, Virginia Schaupp. SCHAUPP . . Chairman OLSON . . Faculty Advisor HUMELOMING COMMIT TEE l5Ul ACTIVITIES 1 LA! 'x -2.4, A , .- .K , A , V, .wkgn fv 425, . K '44 The Dance Committee sponsored a formal dance each quarter of the school year. This committee advised and helped with all other dances sponsored by the different organizations of the school. The members of the Dlance Committee are: First Row: Henrietta Kicklighter, Co-Chairmang Elizabeth Deztny, Catherine Bliss, Janet Spillane, Co-Chairman: Angela Ryan, Leolene Gaudry. Second Row: Cecile Harris, Virglnia Schaupp, Dorothy Johnson, Marjorie Chapman. Thir-d Row: Mrs. Leo Olson, Advisory Mr. William Dabney, Advisorg Donald Austin, Edythe Allen, Edith Kuhlke, Mary Ann Smith, Emily Buckner. KICKLIGHTER . Co-Chairman SPILLANE . Co-Chairman wiim. DANCE COMMITTEE E611 ACTIVITIES 1. Chapman and Claghorn. 2. A Team: DeFrank, Leon, Linton, Bliss, Managcrg Gaudry, Harris Captaing Chapman, Ryan, Managerg Munden, Claghorn, Gilchrist, Hoffman. 3 Harris and Gilchrist 4. Middlcbrooks, Buntyn, Forman, Cox, Branch. 5. Hoffman and Gaudry. 6. Branch, Middlebroolis Forman, Buntyn. Cox. 7. B Team: Cox, Forman, Durrence, Buntyn, Middlebrooks Alt. Captain Branch. H521 v Ib , s .Q-'-"'Y l9f""fX 1 8-.J 5:-.V Q 52. 5 x. J , 3-36 X I 1 -f 'X U e -fi ' 4 A 9 . ' I 51? D 4. ,ca-gm' ,' .AJf"U" 'E'-. K A X f A I g L A. 1 4' V K , Q , V -.....-fu-:nur .E 1 Q ,A-Q qt V '- " :J ' . - "Sheff" "av ' Q " if if A ififivr ' " 'U W 1 V 5, Q Q J QL., H531 vw? ALPHA '36 -A 'sr Mary Gxlchust Treas. '45 46 Ma1ga1et Claghom, Treas 46 Jane M1dd1eb1ooks, Pres. 45 46 Members not appeaung: Sara Fawcett Mary Ann Barnes V1ce Pres 45 46 Pres 46 ALPHA TAU BETA rx - 4 9 'Q .2. .I 0? s. 4- 7 'Q 68 4' , . -3 R a. fe Nancy Nelson Mary Montague, Pledge Julie Yarley Mary Clark Lynn Barker, Pledge Sponsor, Mrs T 6. Helen DeVere 7. Betty Ann Freeman 8. Mary Ann Dupont 9. Irene Branch 10. Joan Pratt, Secretary '46 . F. S. Cheatham E651 DELTA CHI 3 6 5 2 -J. Q. 1' ' ' A A 4 z 4 n g M in at . ,ir 9 5 I6 Henrietta Kicklighter, President 6. Jane Brown Janet Spillane. Vice-President 7. Marian Allred Marjorie Chapman, Treasurer 8. Leolene Gaudry Catherine Bliss, Secretary Jane Wheeler 9. Ann Wernicke Sponsor, Mrs. R. W. Holland H361 4 ll 10 ll 12 13 14 I5 I1 Betty Walsh Joyce Smith Mary Ann Smith Elizabeth Denny Margaret Mary Byers ACTIVITIES dk HIL- Tuao Sade.: 'ro 'Evgf 'S M3 re LNYQ9. SIBQYS seg .LJ , -I Q x S503 ani Long of ,-H' 5 Emi? cmeetm and 'PNQGCXW 'Eaxiwn ' X I IQ ,JV , im-' '-QW . .v a .1 iw, ' ' fQkw ?5":- ngiffv '6- ,:Q+vqgfAfwN:.1 If ,1f . 1' 5,, .w,' I4'jHH2I4f x Wk !3?Ig7k5f5 ' , v . ' evvw' , w '3f , 9 comin 1-,atoxi ,aw 1, 3 5 . ' if 8 Nw, . ,a ff. A 5 I jlfwi Lak A' qignfih 'E ' I ,.. I BNA! BQ d xt-QSH'-,ev Sxlkbkhflb Soxlef i671 Official "Rat Court," held for the first time by the Sophomore Class '46, brough to justice yiolators of the rules of "Rat Week," a week when Freshmen have to ob serve special rules made by the Sophomore Class. t The Homecoming Reception. the first part ofthe Annual' Homecoming Celebration. is held in the lobby of 'the Armstrong Building. A dance, held in the Auditorium, follows the reception. E591 W! f ff y 4 'f fx E' av' "' L fl Y- " mlm? I RUTH MIILLIS Radio Flub F701 - ,.. l LYNN BARKER Freshman Class LEILA ANN MEASE Student Forum ,Alf MARY MONTAGUE Basketball Team JANE WHEELER Delta Chi VIRGINIA SCHAUPP Beta Lambda A Z, 14 4 I 1 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 I F741 55? E55 We extend to the members of 9756 Graduating Glass our smceve wish for their success SAVANNAH MACHINE AND FOUNDRY COMPANY SAVANNAH,GEORGUX See, A E i751 , l 11111 1 111 lll11 Q A G Emil Q mv 20 H920 U RANG- mwsm c l EJJWUE L CSFMJJZS l' 1 Drink Orange Crush Bottled Exclusively Q 1 9 -4 1 T 1 1 Q Q O 1 ll H1 l 1 i 1 ' 1 I I3 l1 - I I 1 t 1 i" 1 I . 1' Q 1' Q Ep: 1 Q 1 - Pe'I'ers Bo1'H'Iing Co. J 24332 E 1 116-118 West Bay - S ' E I l ' J s , 2 gs- LM! l l UTILIZING 8. 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Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

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Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

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Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

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Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

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