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

 - Class of 1950

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' m- if 1 ■• . % . ' ■■ ' _:rr ' -:; . ' ■A- ,■--.. - V- , -- , v " U ' 5f .m -:l§s I i ft. X . » A n n YEARS OF fl rromi as presented In ;. of the sixteenth century Oyeecliee Indian l)v Mack Xash is from orig- inal drawings hv Jactiues le Moynes, made on expeditions to tlie " New World " under Ril aut and Laudonnierres. The sketches and drawings are re-produced in rowgcs en J ' irgiiiie ct en Floridc. Paris. 1927. 7wm 1935 The history of Armstrong College is much more then G recital of names and dates. Founded on May 27, 1935, by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah, Armstrong met a long felt need for a junior college. Throughout the fifteen years of its history, it has proved an intellectual force di- recting the lives of its students and has taken a prominent p ' ace in the community life of Savannah. FIRST STL ' DKXT H()D ■ to 1950 The first college building was the magnificent home of the late George F. Armstrong, a gift to the City from his widow and his daughter. The former home, now called the Armstrong Building, is one of the most beautiful college buildings in the South. Over the years, through donations and public ap- propriation, the campus has been enlarged until it now includes five additional buildings: the Lane PART OF PRESENT STUDENT BODY five Mknkst a. Lou k. I ' kk.sidknt ArMSTRONT. JLNIOH Col-I-ECK 19.35-1941 i ' llOMAS ASKKU, rKKSlDKN 1 Armstrong Ji niok College 1941-194.? Building, a gift of the late Mills B. Lane, prominent banker, John VV. Hunt Memorial Building in which are located the Student Center, the Home Economics Department, the Women ' s Lounge, and the Music Room, Herschel V. Jenkins Hall, which contains the auditorium, theatre for the Savannah Playhouse, and classrooms, Thomas Gamble Hall, site of science lecture rooms and laboratories; and Hodgson Hall, which, through an agreement with the Georgia His- toria! Society, houses the Armstrong College Library The college is under the control of a commis- sion of SIX members, appointed by the Mayor. In addition, the commission includes as ex-officio mem- bers the Mayor, the Chairman of the Chatham County Board of Education, the Chairman of the County Commissioners, the Superintendent of the Board of Education, and the President of the Sav- annah Chamber of Commerce. Now entering into its sixteenth year, Armstrong is looking forward to as brilliant a future as its past. w. oRsox hi-;kchkr De.w ok Stidk.nts as lie appeared in 1942 ( f rum ail old cut) Some former members of the Armstrong faculty as they appeared during the early years of Armstrong. 7 " .) ' Roic, Rit ht to Left: Mrs. Fred Couch, Instructor in Home Economics; Dr. John Dyer. Instructor in Social Sciences; Mr. William S. Boyd. Instructor in Biology; Miss Xelta Beckett, Secretary. Lozirr Rozc, Right to Left; Stacy Keach, Director, Savannah Playhouse, 1936-41; .Arthur Kolgaklis, Instructor in .Accounting; Artiuir M. Gignilliat. Instructor in Mathematics. ( From an old Cut ) ARMSTRCJXt; HL ' ILDIXC (iAMI ' .I.I-. IIAI.I. iiOilt III ' XI " lUll.DIXC )i. (; JENKINS HALL cJ edi tii icauon This fifteenth anniversary edition of the ' GEECHEE IS gratefully dedicated to our Presi- dent, Foreman M Howes, who, throughout the history of Armstrong, has played so important a role. His constant courage, his interest in each individual, and his strong leadership have been an inspiration to every student throughout the years. ten %■ n mm: ' ' ( ' •(♦ j j; 3 S 4 1CK A Mmstrong College CommlssloH HI KSl lll-.l. JKNKl.NS, t H.MKMAN I KKI) MlKAKtU SK MORKIS BERNSTEIN WILLIAM MIKI ' HN MK . W, K. KOHERTSON C. rUlLir MORGAN MAVOK 1)1. IN K. KILMER 1 1 ' . IIOI I.IIIAN ALIKKI) UK .lAt K .1 K lOK W MAC DAVIS l-uvl:r . faculty thirteen Mtn h Jtfat cH I-ORKMAX M. HAWKS A.I!.. MKKCKK LNUKKSITV M.S.. KMORV LNIVKKSITY ' ■(•silh ' lll AirtHtK M. r.i(,. ii.i.i. T . .l;.. . l.. .. L.NIVKKS TV OK GKI)R(.I. Rcijistror W . ()l s(). 15i;kchi:r A.M.. M.A.. KMOR U. ivkk. itv M.. .. Un ' IVKRSITV ok (iKOR(,l. Dcon oi Students Vv. Sr . M. P.UAXNKX B.S.. (jEoRoi.v Stiiodi. OK Tkchnouk; ■tiiiiiit ' ss Mamificr jourlrrit Anchors Croi.lv Blakelky H. Davis Cami ' bki.i. L. Uavis BARBARA ANCHORS A. A., Armstrong College Library Assistant LAURA BLAKELEY B.S.. M.A.. Peabody College Instructor in Mathematics K. CLIFTON CAMPBELL B.A.. . LA.. Emokv L ' NlvKRslT Instructor in Political Science ARTHUR VV. CASPER B.S., Beloit College Xf.S., University of Wisconsin Instructor in Physics and Mathematics ANNA T. CONE B.A.. Uni -ersity of Georgia Secretary to the Dean ANNE KEHOE CROLLY B.A., Ursuline College Assistant to the Registrar HARRIET DA IS A.B., University of North Carolina Puhlicitv-Instrttctor in Journalism LA LAR DAVIS R.S., University ok South Carolina Instructor in Commerce Smith Davis Doyle LILLIAN DOUGLAS B.S., Birmingham-Solthern College M.S., Emory University Instructor in Chemistry ELEANOR J. DOYLE B.S., I.mmaculata College M..- .. Catholic University Instructor in S anish fifteen NOMA l.KK fiOODWIN A. 15.. M.A., IMkk L ' mvkksitv liistruclor in liiif lish KDNA ANN HUTCH INS U.S.. (.K»ki,i. Statk Woman ' s Oh.i.w.k Inslruitor in Clu ' inistry a r.f Hioloyy JUSKl ' H 1. Kll.l.OKlN A.I?.. St. John ' s Com ei ' .k InslrUilor in Historx M K(.AKKT SI ' KNCKR LL ' BS R. Mis.. CONVEKSK Coi.r.ET.E . .B.. L ' MVF.rSITV OF (iK0R(.I. .. .. Col.lMBI.A UxiVKRSITV Inslruitor in l-rcnch I. LBS KI.MO M. MiCKAV US. MS., L ' mvkksitv of Ai. r. . i. Instruitor in Hinloiiv DOROTHY MORRIS W.S.. UNl KKs r ok Tknnksske Inslruitor in I ' liysical liducntion MARJORHv A. MOSl.KV ASS(X1. TK IN FiNA.VCE AND CoMMKKCK Ai .MsiK iN(, Coi.i.EC.E. Secretary to tuk President HlXCKl.KV A. MLRl ' HV B.A.. ' anderbii.t Lniversitv (iRAiiLATE Study, Coi-imbia L ' .niversity Instrucliir in Rnf lisli JOSIE K. XHI.SUN (jKADiATE, Banks Secretakiai. Schooi Secrflaty . KNMS PIIXHHR B.S.. .S., Emory L ' xi krsitv Instructor in Physics Goodwin Morris Ht TlIlINS MOSLEV Killokin Mlrphv LfBS Nelson fcCRAV PiLCHER MtOMiSL. sixteen POLND I. Smith Thompson TORRIE EI.IZABKTH POUND Bookstore Miinoiicr IRVINE XOBLE SMITH .M.A.. UXIVERSITY OF XoRTH CAROLINA Instructor in English XAXCY PAGE SMITH Mls.. Eastman School of Mlsic. University of Rochester, A.. University of Xorth Carolina itclor :v Music — Director of Glee Club RGARET EORTSOX STEPHEXS , LL.B.. M.A., University of Georga Certificate from the Sorbonne, Paris, France Instructor in Bnf lisli CARLSOX R. THOMAS B.A., University of Richmond A.. University of Xorth Carolina Director of Sazannali Playhouse DOROTHY M. THOMPSON A.B., Monmouth College M.A., Northwestern University ial Work at Milwaukee School of vl Work. Certificate of Psychiatric , Work. Western Reserve University Instructor in Psychology X. Smith Wolfe CARMEN TORRIE B.S., Concord College M.S., University of Tennessee Instructor in Physical Education HELEN C. WOLFE B.S., Columbia University Graduate Study, Teachf:rs College Columbia University Instructor in Home Economics Stephens Woodward Tho.ma, ' - Zilch HKLEX E. WOODWARD . .B., Marvvili.k College, B.S., Peabody College M..- ., X ' anderbh.t University Librarian GLADYS XICHOLS ZILCH Diploma, Gregg College (Xormal School) Special Courses in Typewriting and Shorthand, University of Florida University of Michigan Instructor in Commerce WOLFE sci ' cntecn n Md H STASUISG) Mks. M All ha Giet. -- Makiun Suith ll . MAIItLON WlxilP HuwAKu Cannaov M»S Jl-KI! SUITM M».s. I.ICIL ' E t»VK»ALL .-Ir iiij Director i-: ' I " i:r. . s admixisi r. i io. i,rii;. . c " K ckx ' jkk TlicM- organizations are affiliated with Armstrong. The (iuidance Center provides counseling service for studtnts; the Off-Campus Center offers evening courses with a teaching staff made up largely of Armstrong instructors. LX1 l-.RSI ' IA ' OF (;i-:OK(il. ()l ' I-( MPLS lKX ' IER Uofis Alokhman Assistant Director Col. Samiel A. WiinE Director CaHOLYN MnSTKI.I « Secretary Sophomores of ' 50 nineteen SCHAAF. S ' lkoXi,, lKOXIX, K . i Cla O icetA KvK Stkonc. jlM 1-..NMS AmKI.IA CkONlN IaCK S( ll. . l■ " ' r •. ■ ( (•» ' cc-Vrcs dcnl Secret ary Treasurer OutMahJhf ScfikpfitcfeJ " " oi,7»BAD ° t ii,i ' ' ff S, oph, o»tore JACK SCHAAF MIl.LARD SHEPHERD EVE STRONG L. M. ADAMS, Ca|)tain, Varsity Baskclhall Team, ' 49, ' 50; OulNtaiuliiig Sophomore. IX ' TRECIA AUAMS. Qj-eds. ■49. ' 50. Captain, ' 50; French Club, ' 49. ' 50; Science Club, ' 50; Math Club, President, ' 49 ' 50; Women ' s Intramural Board, ' 50. N ' AX Al.l.. l-rench Cliih. ' 48, ' 49. ' SO; Science Club. ' 49. ' SO; Co-eds. " 48. ' 49. MARYSE M. AN ' DHRSOX. Co-eds. ' 49. ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s List; -Nfath Club. ' 50; Dance Committee. ' 49. ' 50; ' GEECHEE Staff, " 49. ' 50. BETTY NELL ARCi: HAUX. CAROLYN FRANCES ARCiUST, Delta Chi. ' 49. ' 50; Sa.ssy Strutters. ' 49, ' 50. JOHN ARXSDORFF. MARY JANE BARXHARDT, Sassy Strutters. ' 48, ' 49; Glee Club. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Delta Chi. Historian. " 48 JiJ ' : SPRO. ' 49. ' 50; Dance Committee, ' 49, ' 50. JOSEPH H. BAUMAX. ROBERT L. BENSOX. Studetits ' dream is Commission ' s Xiphtmarc c i».« fnn)t -tti-o . s 5 It liiirku ' s Nook could talk! Cl.IKFOKD K. HKKKV. CHAKUKS WAKNER BISSFIT, Inkwell, ' 49. ' 50; Math Club. My, ' .SO. KATHRVX ni.OCKKK. Urania Cluh. ' AS. ' 49, ' 50; Co-eds. ' 48. ' 49, ' 50; Alpha Lambda Sigma, ' 49, ' 50; Savannah Playhouse, ' 48. " 49: Permanent Dean ' s I.i t, " 48, ' 49; Tennis Club, ' 48, ' 49; Homecoming Committee, ' 48, ' 49; Open House Committee, ' 48, ' 49; Math Club. ' 49, ' 50. MARIANNE BOBLASKY, French Club, Treasurer, ' 49. ' 50; Inkwell, ' 49. ' 50; Glamazons, ' 49, ' 50; Savannah Playhouse. ' 49, ' 50. MARY F. BOOXE, Sassy Strutters, ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; Beta Lambda, Treasurer. ' 48. ' 49; Delta Chi. Treasurer. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; SPRO, Treasurer, ' 49, ' 50. HERBERT R. BOYD. Permanent Dean ' s Li.st. ' 49, ' 50. GENE BREWTON, Scholars, ' 49. ' 50; Protozoans, Vice-President, ' 49, ' SO. EMMET L. BRIDGES, Scholars, ' 49. ' 50. RUTHIE E. BRIGHT. Glee Club. ' 48, ' 49. ' 50; Sassy Strutters. ' 48, ' 49; French Club. ' 48, ' 4 ' ). JOHN P.RITT. Bkrkv BiSSET Blocker B0B1..- SKV Boone Bovn Bkewtox Bridges P.KicnT Br ITT txceiitv-thrcc Bkost H. 15iu)W. J. Brown BkLN SKILL Hrvson Butler Campbki.i. Cannon Chf.kk B. J. Clarke JACK imOST. C.kf Cliil) " 49. " SO; Drama Club, Nice- President. " 49. ' 50; Savannah Playhouse. " 49. ' SO; Music Club. •49. ' 50; ' (iEECHF.E. Kditor-in-Chief. ' 49. ' SO; Student Senate. ' 50: Permanent Dean ' s List. ' 49. ' 50. HENRY A. BROWN. JACK BROWN. BETTY A. BKUNSKILI.. Glee Club. ' 49. ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s Li st. ' 49. THOMAS ARCHIBALD BRYSON. ELIZAB1:TH M. FJUTI.ER. Drama Club. ' 48, ' 49. ' 50; (ilamazons. ' 48: Glee Club. ' 48; Open House. ' 48. WALT CAMPBELL, arsity Fiasketlail. ' 48. ' 49: Terrapin ;. ' 48. ' 49. LOLS BECKETT CANNON. Savannah Playhouse. ' 50. HORACE L. CHEEK. BU.LIE JEAN CLARK. Science Club. ' 49. ' 50. Mi-n alniut campus — inchidiiiK J. Mafjec c i « txiriityjour »« s Source of gallery giggl . RICHARD FRANCIS CLARK. CKCIiJA CASSIDY COIJ.INS, Olamazons. ' 48, ' 49; Riding Cliil), ' 48, ' 49; SPRO. ' 49, ' 50: Intraimiral Board, Manager, ■4 ' ), ' SO; Delta Chi, t ecretary, ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; iMencli Club, ' 48, ' 49; Xewnian Club. " 49. ' 50. DORIS CONK, Beta Lambda, " 4.-!. ' 49. ' SO; SPRO, ' 49, ' 50; Sassy Strutters, ' 48. ' 49, ' 50; Dance Committee, ' 49, ' 50; Homecoming Committee, Chairman. Reception Committee. ' 49. WILLIAM McLANE COOLIDGE, Eager Beaver, " 49. ' 50. MARY DINN CORDRAV. Glee Club. ' 48. ' 49, ' 50; Dance Committee, ' 49, ' 50; Homecoming Committee, ' 49; ' (iEECHEE, ' 50; Math Club, ' 49, ' 50. REGINA CLAIRE DAILEY, Newman Club, ' 49, ' 50; Beta Lambda, ' 49, ' 50; Drama Club. ' 50. CAROL M. DAVIS. Glee Club. ' 49. ' 50; Sassy Strutters. ' 49. ' 50. JAMES B. DAVIS. CLARENCE JOHN DeMARS, Jr.. Science Club. " 49. ' 50; Scholars, ' 49. ' 50; Math Clui), ' 49, " 50. LEON DENNY, Loafers, ' 49. ' 50 ; Riding Club, ' 48, ' 49. R, Cl.. RK Daii.ev Collins C. Davis Cone J. Davis cooi.idge DeMars CORDRAY DK ■ • t ' a ' nity-fii ' c 1)1 Win DlI.l.ON UlSMER UlSMlKES DtlSICAX DdNNKI.I-V in; Hois KllLKKS El.LIliTT KXNIS K KI.V I.OL ' ISK DiWITT. Sa- sy Strutters. " 48. ' 49, ' 50; (Jli-e Club. " 48. ' 49; Delta Chi, ' 49, ' 50: Dance Committee. ' 49. ' 50; SPRO. ' 49. ' 50. THOMAS J(JS1-;PH DILLON. Scholars, Secretary. " 48. ' 49. ' SO; Dance Comtnittee. Student Senate Representative. " 49. ' 50: ' ice-Presidcnt, Freshman Class, ' 48, ' 49; Homecoming Committee. Chairman. ' 49; N ' ewman Club. " 49. ' 50. ALHKRT DISMHR. Science Club. Student Senate Representative, " 48. " 49. ' 50: Newman Club. ' 48. " 49. ' 50; Inkwell. ' 49. ' 50. BKRNARI) HAKKR DISMUKKS. Scholars. Vice-President. " 49. ' 50; French Club. President. ' 48. ' 49; Inkwell. Husiness Manager. ' 49, ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s List; Intramural Sports. ' 48. " 49. ' 5(1. NWTHALIK DONIGAN, Co-eds. ' 49. ' 50. (;H0R(;K DONNKLLV. P.ARBARA (luBOIS. Delta Chi. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Cilamazons. Captain. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50- Newman Club. Secretary. " 48. " 49. ' 50; Dance Coimnitte •. " 49. 50; SPRO. " 49. ' 50; Riding Club. ' 48. ' 49; French Club. ' 48 " 49 ' 50- Science Club. ' 49, ' 50. KLIZABKTH KMKRSON FHLKRS. Sassv Strutters. " 48. ' 49, ' 50; (Ilee Club. ' 4S. ' 49. ' 50; ' CKFCHI-U-:. " 49. ' 50; Savannah Plavhouse. ' 49. ' 50. HKTTV ANN KLl.l ' OTT. Beta Lamb la. ' 49. ' 50; Itikwell. ' 49. ' 50; Co-eds. ' 49. lAMKS MFIAIN KNNIS. JR.. Basketball. " 49. ' 50; L(.ater-. ' aS, ' 4 . 5(1: ice- President. S iph(miore Class. ' 49, " 50. Registration Day headaches ; c J6« ; ' " i v-.n.« ' s The prof exi)lains XKD FOCiLKM, SPRC). ' 49 JL ' ANITA E. FORAX. ' 50; Ouistaiiding Soplioniore. ' 49, ' 50; Inkwell Staff, ' 49, ' 50; Scuttlebutt, ..n TA , .x.U ' .- ' 5:r ' " ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' " - l rania Club. ' 49, ' 50; Inkwell, ' 49. 50; Newman Club. ' 49, ' So ' ; Savan house. 49. 50. JAXK I-ORTSOX. Co-Ecl ' s._ ' 49. ' 50 ; Glee Club, ' 48, ' 49. HUGH ERASER. Glee Club. ' 49. ' 50. ditor. ' 49, ' 50. iiiah Play- ERIEDM.W, Outstanding Sophomore. " 49. ' 50; Varsity Basketball, ' 49, ' 50 ; rusiVciu ' 49 " so ' stXn Math Club ' 49 ' 50; Protozoan, Vice-President. ' 49, ' 50. LULA GI ' ENS. Sassy Strutteri. ' 48, ' 49; Coeds ' 49 ' 50- Beta Uambda 48. 49; Homecomm. Committee. ' 48. ' 49; Open House Committee, ' 48, ' 49. JAMES DURELLE HAGIN SAR HANCOCK. Savannah Playhouse, ' 48, ' 49. HOWARD HARTLEY HARVEY, Gators, ' 48, ' 59; Scholars ' 49 ' 50 ' Fooler FORAN FOUTSON Eraser E. Friedman S. Friedman GiVE.VS H. CIN Hancock Harvey ii ' . iitv-sczrii li.wts HUBSON Head HOLKC HtNDKlX HOF ' KINS Hestkk Horning HOBBS HlDSON AUBKH ■ HAVi:S. President. SPRO, ' 49. SO. JAMKS V. HKAD. Intramural Board. ' 49, " SO; Scholars, President. ' 49. ' 50; Mercury. Bus. Mgr., " 49. ' 30: Math Cluh. Senator. ' 49. ' 50; ' (iKKCHKE. Chief PhotuRrapher. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s List, ' 48. ' 49; French Chih. ' 48, ' 49; cterans ' Club, ' 49. ' 50. MILDKKU HHXDRIX, Drama Club, ' 49, ' 50; Glamazons, ' 49; (ilee Club, ' 49; Savannah Playhouse. ' 48. ' 49. WENDELL H. HESTER. JEAN HOBBS. Coeds. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Beta Lambda. President. ' 49. ' 50; Mercury. ' 49, ' 50; Dance Committee. ' 49, ' 50. FRANK A. HOBSON. F ger Beavers. ' 49. ' 50. J. J. HOLEC. Terrapins. 49. ' 50. GIBBES CLA(iHORX HOPKINS. JR.. Terrapins. VicePresident. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Student Senate ' 48; X ' eterans ' Club. 48. ' 49; Armstrong Engineering Society. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50. JAMES WARINC; HORNING, JR., Loafers. ' 49. ' 50. DANIEL CURTIS HUDSON. Rasketl)all, Co-Captain. ' 48, ' 49, ' SO. Miss Crollv ' s (lav of confusioi ( «y tiiriity-rifiht . ? ' t) Prize-wimiinsi Ik ' I. ' i I.aiithda t ' lcKit JAMES RHC.IXAl.l) IIL ' M I ' HKIKS. Cll. Rl.l-;s AM. AX IXG1.1-:SHV. l.oalVrs, ' 48, ' 49, ' SO; Savai.iiali I ' laylu.u.--e. •49. " 50. GEXP: K. JOHXSOX. H. BKAULKY JOHXSOX, jr. THOMAS D. JOHNSTON, Phalanx l-Vatcrnity. Treasurer, ' 49. ' 50; Intramural. Sports. DOUSCHKA MIRIAM KKSSLKK, Sassy Strutters, " 48, ' 49, ' 50; Glee Club, ' 48. " 49; Delta Chi, Publicity Chairman, ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Dance ComniitHc. Treasurer, ' 48, ' 49; SPRO, ' 49, ' SO. EARL G. KIRK- LEY. HARRIET ANN KRORALSKI. French Club. Secretary, ' 48, 49; Glaniazons. ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; Inkwell, ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; Mercury. ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; ' GEECHEE, ' 49, ' 50; Permanent Deans List, ' 48, ' 49, " 50. GLENN LANGFORD, JR. DANA LAUGHLIN. Humphries Kessler Inglesby KiRKI.EY G. Johnson Krokai.ski B. Johnson L.ANGFORD T. Johnston L-MCIILIN ticcitty-iiiiic d m . l.LWIS McCl-KI.l.AN McKkn ik Mcl.ESKY S K KI.K AXOK LAW SON. Alpha Tau Mcta. " 49. ' SO; Ikta Lambda. Secretary. ' AS. ' Sd; Sa v Strutters. A». " 49. ' 50; SPKO. " 49. ' SO: Dance Committee. " 49. SO. HAROLD LKWIS. Loafers. " 48. ' 49. " 50: EnsineerinK Societv. ' 48. " 49. MAKV ANN LOMKL. Alpha Tau Beta. President. ' 48. 49. ' SO; Dance Committee. Secretary. ' 49. SO: Riding Club, icc- President. " 48. 49: Sassy Strutters. ' 48. ' 49. " SO; Science Club. " 49. ' SO; SPRO. ' 49. ?(). RORKRT liRVAN LONG. KLLIS LEHMKN McCOV. French Club. ' 49. " SO; Science Club. ' 49. " 50; Music Club. " 48. ' 49: Drama Club. " SO; Inkwell Staff. ' 49. HOWARD Sll RR KD McLKl.LAN. Fr. JOHN McCLKLLAN. WILIJAM L McKKNZIK. Ir. LARRY McLESKY. MARILYN MA .U-: MALLARD. Alpha Tau Beta. ' 49. ' SO; Beta Lamhrla. 49. fWi; (;iee Club. " 49. " Sd. Mu ic II class makes ausi)iciou ltbut c »v« thirty .« i l ' ' r(. hn:;iii j irls oiitpull Sophs ri- .l ' AV MARTIX. Sas y Strutters. Ciptain, 4S. ' 4 ' J, ' 5); Intraimiral IJ.iard, ' 4 , ' 50: STRO. ' 49. ' 50; Daiiiv Com- mittee. ' 49. ' 50: Delta Chi, ' 49. ' 50; (ilee Chib. ' 48. ' 49. J. M1-:S MHKKS. WILLIAM K. MHLTON. JESS MOONEY. Protozoans. President, ' 50. ANX DESBOUILLOxNS MORC.AX. Beta Lambda. Senate Rep.. ' 48, " 49. ' 50: Sassy Strutters. Manager, ' 48, ' 49. ' SO; Dance Committee, ' 49. ' 50; SPRO. JAMES MORGAN, Riding Club, Piesir ' .ent, ' 48, ' 49. JOSEPH C. MULLER, Science Club, ' 49, ' SO. EDWARD NEASE. CHAMP FORNEY NELSON. Eager Beavers. Captain. ' 49. ' 50. ROBERT LEE NICHOLS, Drama Club, ' 49, ' 50; French Club, ' 49, ' 50. Martin J. MORG.XN Mkek.s Ml ' LLER Melton Nk. sk M( 0 KY NlCI-. ' JON . . M(IRG. N Nichols thirt -one FOWKLL O ' Xkai. Pyk Petoivis Rabhan PltKtt Rankin MIRIAM C)(;I.1-:SI{|-:K. Studcm Scnati-. " 49. (t: Gk-i- Club. 49, " SO; Co-eds. " 49. ' SO; French Club. ' 4S. ' 49; Dance Committee, ' 48; •GP:KCHHK Staff, ' 50; Inkwell staff, " 48. ' 49. WILLIAM H. O ' HAYER, Inkwell, Editor. " 49. ' 50; New- man Club, Vice President, ' 49. ' 50: Scholars. Treasurer. ' 49. ' 50: Student Senate. Freshman Representative. 48. ' 49: Mercury Staff. 48. ' 49. ' 50: ' (iKKCHKK staff, ' 48. ' 49; Chairman. Student Activities. ' 49. ' 50. H. J. O ' NEAL. GF:0RGE JACK PKTOLXIS. C. BHRXARl) PIERCE. MEXJAM I LEONARD PIKE. Permanent Deans List. JULIA G. POWELL, Slick Ciiicks. ' 49, ' 50; Debate Team. ' 49. ' 50; Glee Club. 49, ' 50; Dance Committee. ' 49, 50: Decoration Chairman. BETTY JANE PYE. Math Club, ' 50; ' GEECHEE staff, ' 50 RIETTE LUCILLK RABHAN. French Club. ' 48. ' 49. Glamazons. Alternate Captain. ' 49. ' 50: Music Club. ' 49; Drama Club. ' 49; Inkwell. Sports Editor, ' 49. ' 50; ' GEECHEE staff. ' 49, ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s List. " 48. ' 49: Beta lambda. JOHN MictiREGOR RANKIN. Science Club, ' 49. ' 50; loafers. " 49. ' 50. Any numl)er can play , C i « thirly-fti ' O .V. ? ' M iii..rie.s of SPKO ' s Pioneer Week JAMES AL I RAY. KITTY RKDMOND, Sassy Strutters. •48. ' 49, ' 50; Delta Clii, " 48. ' 49. -50: SPKO. ' 49. ' 50. BETTY JEAXXE KEID. Co-eds. ' 49. ' 50. HANNAH KEISMAN, Drama Club. ' 49. ' 50; Music Club, ' 48. ' 49: Co-eds, ' 48, ' 49. ' 50; Savannah Playhouse, ' 48, ' 49; Inkwell, ' 48. ' 49. WILLIAM B. RICHARDSON, D.ama Cub, Student Representa- tive, ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; Savannah Playhouse. ' 48, ' 49, ' 50. ROBERT G, RIZZA. Scholars. Senator, ' 48, ' 49, TO; Newman Cluh, President, ' 48. " 49, ' 50; Science Club, Vice-President and Treasurer, ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; Student Senate, Treasurer, ' 48, 49, ' 50; Dean ' s List, " 49, ' 50; Mercury Staff, ' 49, ' 50. ROY LEE ROGERS, French Club. ' 49. ' 50. FRED ROSENSTEIN. JOHN PAUL ROUSAKIS, Eager Beavers, Vice-President, ' 49, ' SO; Varsity Basketball Team. ' 49, ' 50. JOHN D. SCHAAF. Treasurer. Sophomore Class. " 49. ' 50; Newman Club. Treasurer, ' 49, ' 50; Dance Committee, General Chairman, ' 49, ' 50; Stu- dent Senate, ' 49, ' 50; Head Cheerleader, " 49, ' 50; Scholars, ' 49, ' 50; Engineering Society, ' 48, ' 49. Ray Redmond Reid Rei.-;m. n Rll I1. RDS0N Rizz. Rogers RoSENSTEIN ROLS.SKIS SCHAAK tliirtx-tlircc m Scott Stkon(; Shephkhi) Tavlor Sims Thkk Si NEAT li Thien Stf.arman Thomas THOMAS R. SCOTT. JK. MII.l.AKI) B. SHEPHHRU. Eager Beavers. Treasurer. ' 4«. ' 49. ' 50; Inkwell. Assistant Editor. ' 48. " 49. Editor. ' 50; Mercury. ' 48, 49. ' 50. HAROLD C. SIMS. ERED JOSEPH SIXEATH, JR. MARGARET ANN STEARMAN. Sassy Strutters ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Delta Chi, ' 4«. ' 49. ' 50; Dance Committee. 49. " 50: SPRO. ' 49. " 50; Glee Club. " 48. ' 49. EVE STr6x(;. Sassy Strutters. Assistant Manager. " 49. ' 50; SPRO. " 49. ' SO: President. Sopliomore Class. " 49. 50; Alpha Tau Beta. ' 49, ' 50; Permanent Dean ' s List. ' 49. ' 50. GLEXDA HARRIET TAYLOR. Delta Chi. President. ' 49. ' 50; Glee Cluh. ' 48. ' 49. .SO; Music Club. ' 48. ' 49. ' 50; Sassy Strutters. ■4.S. " 49. ' 50; French Club. Secretary. ' 48. ' 49; Beantv C.nrt. SO. L VRi: CE E. THEE. IR.. Loafers. ' 49. ' .SO, BEKXARD lACK THIEX. EAVES THOMAS Tins is modern (I.tp I II i|m- t I C «v« ttj- ihirly-four . s AMKI.IA I.. (. " KONIX, I ' lTmaiiiiii Dean ' s l,i t, ' -IS, ' -i ) , Sassy Siriittcrs ' 4K, ' 49. ' 50; Alplia Tau Rcta, Niii-Presidc-iit, M ' . ' SO; SI ' KO. ' 49, SO; Secretary Sophomore Class. " 49. " SO; Riding Club, ' 4X. ' 49. MONICA Ul.l (), Clee Club. Vice-President, ' 5(1; Delta Chi. ' 49, ' 5(1; Xewinan Club, Secretary, ' 49. " SO- Slick Chicks. MS. ' 49. ' 5(1; l-rench Club. ' 48. ' 49, ' Sfl. I-KANK von VVAI.DXKK. Drama Club. ' 4S. ' 49. ' 50: Savannah I ' lavii.nise. ' 49. ' 51); Inkwell. ' 4K, ' 49. ' 50. CHARI.KS E. ' AKX1-;R. Loafers. ' 4S. ' 49. ' 50, Secretary and Treasurer. Al.HKR 1 VI-:iS. EMORY WKl.CH. ARTHUR W IIITF IKLD. |OHN WII.i.IAMS SUM- NER N. WILLIAMSON. C11ARL!:S V. WILSON. X ' arsity Basketball. M7. " 48, ' 49; " A " Club. President. ' 48. -19; C.ators. ' 47. Caiitaii ; Terrapins. ManaRcr, ' 49; JEAN W. WOLI-lv Sassy Strutters. ' 48. ' 49; l- ench Club. ' 48. ' 49: Coeds. ' 49, ' 50. PRISCILLA STAPI.I-ITON WOODW.VRI), (Wee Club. ' 49. ' 50; vSava ' uiah Plavhouse. ' 48, ' 49, ' 50; ' (.El-.CI IICE. ' 49. ' 50; Coeds. ' 48. ' 49. D BOYD YAR ' LEY. JR. JOSEPH l.EXINC.TON ZER.MAN, Science Club, ' 48, ' 49. ' 50; French Club, " 49. ' 50; Debating Team. ' 49. ' 5;); Dance Committee. ' 49. ' SO; Publications. ' 49, ' 50; Permanent Deans List. Cronin Ulivo Von Waldner Warnkk Weis Welch Whitfikld J. Williams R. Williams Williamson Wilson Woi.KK WoonwARi) Yarley Zerman thirty-fiz-e Wliat are they so happy about? iitcuH the Campus i ' ll he right back ' nphisticated tivrly-six Jreskmen of ' 50 thirty-scz ' Cii JCJllX . lAnHK VS I ' resUicitt J KAN COl ' K I ' icc-Prcsidcnl tejkntah CiaJJ O icet AUDKKV CAMMACK CHAKl.KS HRXST Treasurer lliirtv-ciiibl Dean Denmark and Betty Sieadman King and Queen th ' irtx-tnne JOHN ALFIERIS HEI.KX AI.I.RKI) A. I ANUKRSON JOAN ANOKHSON KAI.I ' H HANKS I.OIS HAKIlOT K A ltAKR l ' K(.(;V HAl(;HN HARIIARA HEASLEY ;k()r ;e Hi.ACKurRN TED IIRADDV JANE llRASWELl. WALTER Bl ' TLER AIDREV CAMMACK MARV a(;nes CARTLIDCE NICK ( HIOTEI.LIS JOSEPH ( l.ONTS Jl NE COFFER BARUARA COHEN HERBERT COLLINS JEAN COPE JOAN COPE .MARL NNA COPPS TOMMY CROFT THOMAS CRIMBLEV VILLL M M DELOACH DEAN DENMARK JOSEPH DESPOSITO VI 1.1.1 AM nOWELL ARTHIR di{; ;er PAl 1. DINWODV ROSS DfRFEE t f CARdl. KARNKST Kl.K.WOKK KM. IS niAKl.KS KKNST Dl K KAANS IIKI.KN U KXI.KV JOAN KlT SlMMONS CHARI.KS KOl.CKR DKl.OHES KORAN RdHERT KOWI.ER HOWARD KRKTWEM. JOAN CiALlN MIRRAY (7A1.1N RICHARD CAIDRY HENRY CERINER N(AR1I.EK GKRRELI. lAMES CI.KASON ADA (H)ODMAN ROHERT J. (IREEXE IVAN (;re(;son SPENCER C.ROTHEER GEORCE HAMILTON PATSY HAKGETTE HELEN HAYES PAUL HELMLY CLARKE HERSEY GLEN QIAY HILL CHERRY HIRSCH EDWARD HORBS MARION HODGE GERTRUDE HOFFMAN SHIRLEY HOFFMAN ROBERT HOLTON liO LORES HOWK KKAXnS HOWELL WILLIAM HILL WMJJAM JACKSON CHAKLK jAkkKLL JOAX JKWEIT COX XI E JOHNSON THOMAS JOHNSTON CAKI. JOXKS MART. A RET JONES XAXCV JONES ROBERT JONES WAKKEX JONES (JERkV JORDAN HARTV KEATIN ; ELMER KEXXEDV WILLIAM I. KEXNEY WILIUR KESSLER l OXAI.I K1X(; HELEN KI.IXE JOE KORLEIR ALEX KOI.CAKLIS WERXER KIHLKE STEPHEN Kl ' TCHEV ARTIUR LAMAS JOAX LAXDY JEANNE LAX(;STON MITZI LANIER ROBERT LANIER JOYCE LEE VIVIAN LEE DICK LEECH I ' . IKIl l. 1.1 II l.K JIANITA l.l INCSTOX Rl Til U). ll-n. IIJA I.OrDKN WII.I.IAM I.IDWUK WADK I.VNCII JAMKS McAI.KKR MARCARKT Mcl-AlCll l.l N MARGARKT MADISON DIAXK MAI.ONK KRKDKRUK MANKR XIARV L. MARlHMAN DeCOlRCKV MARTIN EUWARI) MARTIN JOHN MATTllKWS DELANO MAIRU K JAMES MAVKIEI.U THEO MEUERNACH JOAN MENDEL WILLIAM MITCHELL MARV MOREKIS JOSEPH MORRISON MARGARET MORRISON PATSV ML ' LLIGAN EARNEST Ml ' RPHV LOL ' ISE NEWTON CHARLES NORBIRG DEWEV NORTON BONNEV NITTING ROBERT O ' CONNER JAMES OS BOURNE DONALD OVERSTREET ESTHER OVERSTREET ACHILLES PAH NO HILL PARKERSUN JOANNE PARROTT SALLV PEDERSON JAMES PERKINS PAIL PICKARD JOHN PORZIO HENRY PRECHT WILLIAM PRESCOTT JOAN PKITC HARD JOSEPH PROVENCE KOIIERT PIRCELL ANN Ulll.LIAN JOSEPHINE REED JOAN REGISTER ROBERT REYNOLDS HAR EV RIVENHARK ARTHl R ROBERTS IRWIN ROSENTHAL ELMER ROWLEY RICHARD D. ROYCE OTTIS SANDERS BETTY SAPP BETTY SCHTSTEJt JOAN SECKINGER BETTY SHEFFIELD NORMA SHEFFIELD JOHN SIKES KAMON SILVERMAN MARTHA SINCLAIR lOHN SKEADAS JAMKS Slow MARIAN SMI I II BETTY STKADMAN lAROl.VN Sri.I.IX AN Wll.MA.M THOMPSON RAY TICKKR MARY ANN TIRNKR JACK IHKI.K KAY YaiiBRACKLE ELTON VUKERY Al ' CirST ()HI. ALLAN WATTS Vn.LL MS WATTS ROBERT WEILAND MARY WEITZ HERBERT WELLS MARCARET WHITE THOMAS WILLLVMS FREDERICK WILSON JA.MES WILSON WALLACE WINGATE CATHERINE WINN MARIAN WORSHAM PATRICIA ZOrCKS Miss 1,oi " I ' «k i.hMivniiT. .M4 ' Tiiir.-iiririi( WatteH A. CanMet Hospital Mrs. Martha C. Smith Director of S ' urscs Mr . M. C. Bl AKELV lustructor Mr . L. C. Johnson- Instructor ® rf v-.fi.r 1 JANET L. ALTMAX ALDIXE EX LEY AXXETTE TEAGTE ALLEXE PERRY LILLIAX SMITH M.VDGE BOOXE MARGARET EYLER AUDREY MAGEE MARGARET PHILLIPS FAYE WEBSTER BETTY Bl ' KXS MARGARET HEXDRIX SARA MAGEE SALLY RYPKA SUE WEITMAX forly-scicii XAIDA CLARK EMILY JOXES MARGARET MEEKS MARTHA SHURI.IXGS SHIRLEY WOOTEX MARY XELL I () ART RUBY LaROCHE RACHEL PARISH ISABEL SMITH t jorty-nitic JACK BROST r.dilor-iii ' Chifj MAKV MOKEKIS l.itrrtiry I ' .ilitiir Zke ' Gceckee f ' irst Hn-u; 4,cjl lo Right : Mary Morckis, Rii-tle Kablian. Jack Brost. Barbara Bcaslcy. Marianne Boblasky. SccomI A ' cji ' . Left to Rifiht - Juanita Koran. Louise N ' ewton. Betty Jane Pye. Mary Cordray, Miriam Oglcsbee. Maryse Anderson. Clark Hcrsey. Miss Davis. Harriet Krobalski. Klizabetb Khiers. i The 1 50 ' CicTchcc StatY has tried to purtrav Hte at Arnistrdiig — as it is hved on the campus ami in tlie classrooms. It is the sincere wish oi tiie staff that this annual will serve throiij h the cominj; years as a reminder of days spent at Armstron ; and of the frienils made here. .MISS DAN ' IS. Advisor Staff Editor-in-Chief ...Jack Brost Literary lid it or . Mary Morekis Hiisiiicss Manager Barbara Bi asley riiofoijraplier ... Jim Head .Issociate Editors : Eacnlty Jl ' amta Koran Sof ' lioniore - Eeizaheth Ehi.ers Ereshinan Clark Hersey Jcti ' i-ities M iRi a m Oc.leshee Sports Riette Rabhan Maryse Anderson Drama Priscilla ' o(M) v. rii Staff Members: Louise Xewton, Betty lane F ' ve. Marv Cordra , Harriet Krohalski, Marianne Boblaskv. fifty-0)ic l.ditor Bill. OHavkk . ' tsnciatc fldiliir MlLLAkll ShEPHEKU Nkd Fo-.i-Er li-.isinesi Maiiayrr I ' tRKARU DlSML ' KK- Bill Kichanlsnn. Bub Kizza. Jack Scliaaf. (irorRf Sinitli. Frank ' jn WaUliicr. Bar- bara Bcask-y. Juaiiita Furaii. Clark Ht-rs r . Howard McCitllan. William Mdtoii. Far iR-st Murphy. Kathcrinc Ki dm »ii(i. Josephine Rcid, J(H.- Contz. Jim Fiini-.. Arthur I mas, Mary Morekis. JoAn l.aiuly. Irving Fogler. Charles Bisset. .sS(K. K.i)-SIli:iMIRRD S|MHisore ' l hy the college, the hi- weekly publication, the IN ' KW ' FLI.. is a source of interest as well as enter- tainiiu-nt for the students. It contains current school news, humorous stories, feature stories, gossip, and other articles of interest to the students. THE IXKWELL l-irst Rmc. Left to Kh lit : Kiette Kabhan. Hill O ' Hayer. Millard Shepherd. Second HoiK Left to Ruiht : Josephine Rcid, Juanita Foraii, Mary Xlorekis. ed Fogler. Nfarianne Boblasky. Harriet Krobalski. Third l ' (i:. I. ell to Nit lil : Bernard Disinukcs, Barbara Beasley, Charles Bisset. fifty-tzio iditiir . Issislont Hdilor Business Maiuuicf- AkIIU ' R W ' lllTKlKl.n Marian NK IUihi.askv Hakkikt Kkdiiai.ski Jamks Hkaii Staff: JoAn l.aiuly. Millard Slicphcrd, Julin Matthews. William O ' Hayer, Mary Morckis, Xed Fi)(j;ler. At tlu- end oi (.-acli (|uartt ' r the students of Armstrong look forward to receiving TliM M 1- " . 1 (. ' L ' R ' , the college magazine, which is made up of original stories, poems, and articles hv the students and memhers of the faculty. Anhur hittield, editi r for the first two cpiarters, was succeeded hv Marianne I ol)- lasky. THE MERCURY First Ro ' iK ' , I. eft to Rii lit : Joliii Matthews, Jim Head, .Marianne Hohlasky. Harriet Krobalski. Second A ' oii-, Left to Riyhl : Mary Morekis. Ned I ' ogler. fifty-three I liroi); ' " It ' ach collc}, ' . ' VL-ar. tin- Dance committee |)lans and decorates for all the dances which are sponsored hv thi C()lle}, ' e. All students interested in the acti- vities of this organization and re|)resenta- tives from every cluh in the c llej e make rj) tlu- Dance Committee. DAJ CE COMMITTEE First KotK ' . Left to h ' ii lit : Kvi-lyn DiWiit. Audny Canima.k. Xaiuy j. iu . I ' at oucks. .Saia l.awv.ii. Julia Powcl!. Joan Cope. Jian (. ' opt ' . Air.ciia Criiim. Mi s (iocxiwiii. Si-tond Hoii; Left to Kuiht: Jean Hobbs, Mary Buonc. ( " .Itiuli Taylor, Mary Jam- Banihardt. Tciiny Martn. Mary Cordray. Tom Dillon. Senate Re;.r.sentative ; Jack Sell itt. General Cliairinan. Third Knu: Left to Kiijlit : Mary Ann Lome ' . Secretary; Marsaret Stearnian. Nana Co] |)s. Dolores H.we. Kvc Strong. Joan Anrierson, Poilv Parmt. Mirla-n Kcssler, Treasurer. Bill O ' Haver. Xed Fogler. Fourth h ' o7K: Left lo Hi„ht: Aiihrev H-n-es. Br) ' ) Rizza. Bill Wilson. ' lohiriv Rnr ak-i- Bill Kernv. Ttmii-v Croft P-? m i 3 " .3jm ' ' ' : Wlu Jm Jkv |y w y vJ B|mH H 1 ilmi i " £irm vBslH x V I iW» |Tyli y M Pu B iHh % ' i jCi tUBb w 9 A i i}f j fl 1 • M g B VT - _5 m a :j . £ 4J . liiiiiiiiiiirtiS i ' ' -j ' 1 : " ' ) r ; 9| B ' gMI II III iW CSaC.. 1 HI ' " M JfcJ - - ' i 1 K " - ' fifty-four First A ' oiv ' . Left to Kif lit : Mary Boone, Amelia Croiiiii, Sara Lawson, Eve Strong, Mary Ann Loniel. Si ' coiid RiKc. Left to Nit lil : . nn Morgan, Julia Powell, Xancy Jones, Mary Jane Barnhardt, Kveiyn DeW ' itt, Miriam Kessler, Pat Zoucks, Margaret Stearman. Tenny Martin, Cecilia Collins, Mary Mt)rekis. Third Rira ' . Left to h ' it lit : Aubrey Hayes, president; Clark Hersey, Cliarles Krnst, Tom Crumbly. Bill Wilson, John Matthews. Tommy Croft, Jack Jaudon, Bill Kenny, Bob Kizza, Ned Fogler, Johnny Rousaki -, Louis Holec. SPRO The purpose of the Student Public Relations Organization is to promote good public relations between Armstrong students and the citizens of Savannah, and to encourage student participation in the extra-curricular activities of the college. SPRO sponsored the SCUTTLEBUTT, a twice-weekly bulle- tin of student activities, a weekly radio program, and " Pioneer Week. " Facultv advisors are Miss Davis and Mr. Beecher. fifty- five I ' irsl ' t ' . . • ' Ill Kiiihl : Ji-aii Hl lll) . I ' roicU-nt ; I)ori Conu, Ann Morjian. Sara l.awson. Sfirt-tar ; Hetty Stcadman. ' ici ' -l ' ri ' si(lciit ; Diam- . iali)iii ' . Second Row. Lcjt to Ni ilil : Norma Slii ' lViel(i. Fat Zoucks. Dfl.ires B: rry. Joan (ialn, Xancy Jones, Carolyn Sullivan. Third Row, Left to Rii lil : Martha Sinclair, Margaret McI-auKhlin, Joan Jewett, Margaret Jones, Xana Copps. Bonnie Nutting. Fourth Row, l.rU lo Riiihl: Dolores Howe, Joan Anderson, Treasurer; Marilet- (lerrell. Miss Wolfe. Mary Apnes Cartlidge. BETA LAMBDA Beta l.anilxh is an organization open to gi Is majoring in Home Kconomics and those who want experience in the art of honu ' niaking. This chit) is active in sponsoring parties, ilisplays, and candy sales under the dire ' tion of .Miss Helen Wnlie. faculty advisor. The girls also take charge of the Homecoming Re- ception each year. fifty-six • " V. - A ' oji ' . ,(• () Rit ht : Jmuh Anderson. Joan Pritcl Mary Morekis. Katliryn Rlocker. (Not ill ( icturc) — Josepli Zcrnian, Howard McClellan. ' arley, Mr, Ht-eclier. Julia Powell, Barbara Beasley, THE DEBATING TEAM Tlie development of one ' s oratoiical ability and the op- portunity to learn n-.ore about current issues is tlie dual purpose of the Debating leani. This club has made several trii s to challenge lellow debators from other colleges througiiout the year. Dean Orson Beecher is the Debating Team Coach. fifty-.fcirii riie purpose of the ScifiiCc Club is to ai ' (|ua!i)t tlie students of AritistroiiK with the iiiiiiicitioii iHftwecii aiadeniic trainitif; and various fields of science with the help of Kuest s| eakers, scientific pamphlets, motion pictures, and various other methods. It also strives to extend the reputation of the Arm- strouK Science Department, to introduce students to persons empl j) ' ed in the various fields of science, and to promote closer fel- lowship hetwecn nieinlK-rs of this orRaniza- tion throu ii Micial activities. Faculty advisor |..r tliiv .lull i Miss i)iin.. ' l;is SCIENCE CLUB tirsl A ' i ' ii ' . . ■ til Kifilit : Maryse . nder on, Thomas Johnston, Robert Kizza. Nan All, I.utrecia Adams. Harvey Rivenbark. Second I oXk l.fft to Hit lit: DeCoursey Martin, ice-Presidint ; John Rankin, .Xda G XKlman, Social Cliairman ; Billie Jeanne Clark, President: Jeanne I.ani ' ston. Secretary. 7 m Rou-. Left to R ' uiht : .Arthur UuRRer, Clarence DeMars, Ksther Overstreet. James Sloan, Treasurer. rourlh Ro ' ie. Left to Rii lit : Joseph Zerniaii. .Miss Hutchins Miss D »imhis. Mi [ ' ' iliiur fifty-eight r-irst Kcnc. l.cjt to KiiiHt : ticcirge Hlackbmn. James Sloan, Harvey Kiveiihark. Frank Howell. Second Row, Left to Rii ht : Hill Thompson, Arthur Roberts, Harty Keating, Forney Nelson. Ariiiistrong Engineering Society Composed of students interested in en- gineering, the Armstrong Engineering So- ciety gi.es its members a closer contact with the practical field of engineering through field trips to various industries. lectures given by prominent practicing en- gineers, and through movies on subjects per- taining to engineering. fifty-iuiti I ' irst A ' dti ' , l.cjt Id Riiiht: Mar.tjarit Madison, loscpliinc Ki ' i 1. Miniira L ' li i. Ci-cilia Collins, Regina Dailcy. Mary Af nfs CartlidK - ' - SriKuJ A ' oii ' , l.cfl III Rifihl : l ' " rank Sta|)k ' ton. Miss DoyU Marian Smith. Margaret Mcl.auKlilin. Dolores Howe. Dolores Foran, Joan Mendel. Albert Disnier, Juanita Foran. Third A ' oTi ' , I.cjl to l ii lit : IVank Hnwell. l.ouis Holec. Harty Keatinj;. Hnl) Kizza. Bill O ' Hayer. Tom Dillon. Jack Schaaf. Picot Floyd, John I ' orzio. IVEWMAIV CLUB The Newman C ' liih is a Catholic Club of Catholic Culture and Fellowship. It has as itN objective the pron ' .otinn of spiritual, intelie tnal. an.l si cial interests of the Catholic students of .Armstrong Col ' eKC by weldini{ them into a conitnon uni in and assisting the college whenever irossihle. Miss Kleanor Duvle is faculty advisor. sixt TIk ' Draiin (. " liil ! organized lor tlu ' purpose of promotini; iiitovest in drama and the tlieatre in j eneral. Meeting weekly, tlie members read contemporary and classic dramas and conduct inlormal discussions on the various pliases of tlie tlieatre. Miss Lee (.iooilwin is faculty advisor. DRAMA CLUB I ' iist A ' oif, Left to Kitiht : Elizahetli Butler. Mildred Heiulrix, Kathryn F lockcr. Dolores Koran. Jua nita Foran. Second Rozi ' . Left to Rifihl : jack Hrost. X ' ice- President ; Sliirky Hoffman. Secretary-Trea urer ; William Richardson. Sen ' ite Representative; Haima Reisman, I ' .llis McCny. President: KoSert icli il ,sixt -onc The Math t liib i an urKaiii ation which strives to dcvelni) a Kreater appreciatioi) for the lojjic and heaiity of mathematics; to provide for closer association of persons in- terested in mathematics; to afTord an out- let for creative thiiikinv; ; to further mathe- matical interests; and to illustrate our de- pendence upon mathematics in our practical life. The facultv advisors for this cluh are Miss Hlakeiev, Mr. Casper, and Mr. Pildur. MATH CLUB HirsI h ' ow. Left lo KifiUt : l.utrecia .Adams. President; Thomas Johnston, Mary C ' oniray. Clark Hersey. N ' ice-Presidtnt. Second Kotr. I.cft III Rii lit: Cliarles Bisset. Secretarv ; Marvse .Anderson. |im Head. Student Representative: Miss HIakely. 77m A ' ort ' . . • hi Kiiihl : I ' atsv Harsett. Clarence DeMars. .Ada (icxMlman. ClitTord I ' .errv. Treasurer; Kathrvn Blocker. l-ourtli Rini I.i-fl Id Rifihl : Betty Jane Pye. Jack Rankin. Charles Korburu. Stanley Frie lman. fi I , ' - ; ■. ;55rV ' Mi ' iin witli ciiahlinn its iiuiiilx-i tu im priivi ' (licir ronvrrsatioiial ahility, tin- l- ' ri-iicli Cliil) is noted for its work in lii-lpinK to encourage interest ainontj tlie students in I ' -uropean relationsliips. Its activities are many and varied and are directed l)y the faculty advisor, Mrs. Lubs. FRENCH CLUB Mciiihers: First Row. I.cfl Id Rifihl : Robert Xicbol.s. Ivan Gregson. Josepli Zerman, President; Marianne lioblasky. Mrs. I.ubs, Mary W ' eitz, Barbara DuBois, Bill McKenzie. Secretary-Treasurer; Krwin Friedman, Harriett Krobalski. (A ' o ill f ' iiturf) Allen Inglesby, Kllis McCoy, Hugh Fraser, Secretary. sixtv-thrce 1 111 Ami tr ' iiK Colli-jjc (ilic V.lub. |eii to all Mtudriitv. thruui;1i aiulitiuii. scr e- a dual purixiNf. While pnividiiig an upixirtun- ity in ch iral in;inj for the sIujUmU!.. it inrnishcs tlie !«ch m 1 w.tli n)U! ic for various ■e ' casi ' iiis. Tlie 1949-5 ' ) cason l-a- nrvcl mr oi the most successful in its h story. L ' lider the direction of Mrs. Smith, the (jhe Cluh Ins sunv; for many civic urganiTiatii ns in Savannah and other cities. f r as ' e ' ' vl-|y pro- grams at the colle ' e a: " .d gave highly suc- cessful Christinas ar.d Sprin; ciMK-trts wh ' ch h Khli;{h ' .ed the musical eaMin in Savannah. a t Oljurrs: Audrey Camniack, President: Jium .Seckinjzer. . ecretary ; Monica Ulivo. Treasurer: Harry Persse. Kd- ward Hobhs, Librarians. The .ArmstroiiB (ilee Cub as they appeared InfMii Cliri tma C ' UViTt. niTcmhor. ] ' A n: ' ' --■ Ilic Mu Club is ail orKaiiizatiini for ihe piirposi- of fiiablin ' 4 its ircmbcr ' i to become aiqiKiinted with and to enjoy f ' ne nnisic. thus, ad Vuvi to the cultural prest ' ne of the colk ' se. This past year, under tlie influence of its faculty advisor, Mrs. Smith, its goal has been a;tained. Members: Left to Ri( lit : Patsy Hargett. Jack Brost, Glenda Taylor. Harry Persse, Joan Mendel, Marian or liani, Margaret Madi son. Scafed : Mrs. Smith. Savamak Caki.m)N I ' ukmas, ' •(■( or ' Ilic Savannah I ' layliouse of Arnistrojijj ( " ollcjic i» an cxaniple f a community project sixmsorcd and (lirectc l In the college. Local citizens as well as students may gain here actual exix-rience in acting, designing, construction, lighting, make-up and all the thiater skilk that make a good production. Reactivated in F 47 after a five-year susi ension of activitv. the I ' layhousc (juickly established its reputation as one of the leading non-professi(»nal theaters in the South. The 1949-50 season has proceeded with outstanding success in spite of difficulties that would have given pause to a less de- termined group. The first play of the season. Ri ' nicmbcr Mniiiina. went off without a hitch. However, the second production. Charley ' s Aunt. had hardly been cast when Playhouse Director Carlson Thomas was severely injured in an automobile accident. Barely escaping Playhouse with his W, Mr. riimnas tarrd a Icnj tliy trcatiiKiit aiul hosi)ital- ization. All Armstrong stiukiit who luid a hackj round of proft-s- sional stage experience was recruited to in as (hrector. Ross Durfee directed Cluirlry ' s .liiiit. which was presented on sche(kik Then, as Mr. Tlionias was still unahk ' to return to Anustrong. he continued with casting and direction of the " heaviest " play of the season. The Hiirrctts of U ' iiiif olr Street. This plav. with a cast of seventeen, proved to he one of the most popular of the Playhouse productions. . s tlie ' (lEHCHEE goes to press, Mr. Thomas is bringing to a close rehearsals for the fourth i)roduction of the UH )-50 season, I ' lic Jhimkard. Xancy Page Smith, Director of Music at Armstrong, is working with Mr. Thomas on this production as Musical Director. sixt -sn ' cii Mriiihcrs : Li-fl to Kitiht: Mr. Bceclic-r. Jack F rost, William Richardson, Miriam Oglesbec. Joan Cope. Tom Dillon, Julia Powell. Cecilia Collins, Sara Lawson, Kve Strong, President: Joan Seckinper, .Secretary; Panl Dundwody, Robert Rizza. Treas- surer; Ned Fogler, Bill O ' Hayer. Marianne Boblasky, John Matthews. Nice- President ; Paul lickard. I 1k ' . tiukiit . " niate is the j ovoniinj; body of the students at Armstronji. Its iiienihership C(»n- sists of representatives from all recojjnized chihs ' v. the school, the presidents of the two classes, and the l ' " ditors of the three college pnhlications. The president of the Sophomore Class heads the .Senate as president and the president of the rreshman Class is vice-president. Mr T.eecher is the faculty advisor. fixt ' -ciqht The Smiths play Ringo Pruiniiiciit campus couple Back to Nature HEIIE AI I THERE Deniu and Head slmuld turn pro .V(.i7v nine rm orori It HELKN ALLREI) CON NIK AK(;iST I.OIS HAKBOT MARV JANK liAKNHAKOT MARV BOONK AIDREV CAMMAi K CKCILIA COLIJ.V- JEAN COI ' E JOAN COPE EVELYN DfWITT BARBARA OuBUIS DOLORES HOWE MIRIAM KESSLER TEENY MARTIN JOAN MENDEL KATHERINE REDMOND JOAN seckin«:er MARGARET STEARMAN GLEN DA TAYLOR MONICA ILIVO PATRK lA ZOITKS Having as its motto, " Aniitie du coeur et de I ' esprit. " Delta Chi makes social life at Armstrong enjoyable for both sorority members and the student body. Every year the sorority gives a Tea-Dance to which the entire student body is invited. The members of the sorority participate in as many activities as possible, thereby showing their love and loyalty to .Armstrong, some club or organization. The club can rightfully boast that every member is on the roll of [ ' ri ' sidciit. .._ , Glend. T.wlor Secretary Ceceli. Collins Treasurer. Marv Boone Historian Mary Jane Earnhardt I ' uhlicitv Cluurman ._. Miriam Kessler ser ' enl -one I ' E(;GV BAl ' CJKN KVE STROXr. AMKI.IA t RONIN CAROL EARNEST ELEANOR ELLIS DIANE EVANS HELEN HAYES NANCY JONES HELEN KLINE SARA I WSON MARY ANN LOMEL KITH LOMEL PATRICIA LITTLE MARILYN MALLARD JIILA HOWELL TOAN REGISTER BETTY SHEFFIELD BETTY STEADMAN oron It I ' rrsuintl Makv Ann I.omki. ' i(«-- ' r ' .ti( ( ' (i Amkiia Ckonmn Secretory Ki.kanok 1m. lis Treasurer . Diank I vans Piihlieitv Clidiiiiiiiii Patsv l.mi.K Orgaiiizoci in 1938 by combininu; Alpha Tau Heta and Phi Delta Mii. Alpha Tau Beta ' s purpose is to further social and intellectual interests among the students at Armstrong, to do welfare work, and to perpetuate the memory of Joan Dodd. a charter member of the sorority who was killed in an automobile accident in 1937. Each year the sorority begins its activities witli a tea in honor nf the freshman girls. SOME KPITORS RKI A IS THIS POSSIBLK " jrrtrM .v- uMr Sports at Mmstrong se ' imty-fij ' e Fn ' GEECHEES roACH CARMi: TOKKIK Despite the fact that the Armstrong ijyin was com- ])Ietely destroyed hy fire iiiime(Hately follow in ; their first home coll f erencf j ame. the " ( ieechees had a successful season under Coach Torrie — winning; 14 j ames and losing 8 In tin- Slate tournament, the " (ieechees were runners uj) with Sal Desposito making the all-state team. ' l " his is the third consecutive year Armstrong lias placed in the state tourna- nuiit. winning first place in 1 M8 and third place in 1 40. sn ' cntv-six sevcntv-se ' i ' cn ■vV c. M. . ) --c,i ri iiii loHX ai,i " ii:ris TOMMY CKOFT GEECHEE SAL DKSrosITO JIM KNNIS Si :Yiily-ciyht KKWIN I-KIKDMAX BILL HULL lUDY KENNEDY ARTHUR LAMAS TEAM BILL PARKERSON JOHN ROUSAKIS scvoity-iiinc TACK UBELE Mens Intrmural Board FIRST ROli ' : Cabmen Tokkie .■Idrisiir PaII. DlNUOLV littraiiiu al Beard Manager Pail Pickakd Ma ajer of fla ' cr Heavers SFXOXD ROW: Walt Campbu.l Manai er of Terrap ' ns JiMMie Heaii Mtviager of Scholars I.K(!. Uexny Uaita cr of Loafers The purpose nf the Intramural Boards is to encourage greater participation in sports, create sportsmanship, team play. and keep the students interested in their scIuxjI work and the college. Kach board is con-poseJ of the managers of the intramural teams, the faculty advisor, and the intramural board manager. Woinen s Intnimuml BomI Mis DoROTin MoKKis Adx ' isor Tkknv Martin Maiiai cr of Sassy Strutlrrs CkiKi.ia Colli n Intramural Board Manaijcr Nancy Jonks Slick Chicks LlTRKCIA .AllAM- Co-cds Barbara DiBo s Cilamazons Cheer- leaders Left to Miiiht : Aiiclrey Cam- mack, Nancy Jones. Jean Cope, Jack Schaat, Joan Cope, Catherine Wynn. Patricia Zoucks. " A " CM I ' irst h ' o ' a: Left to Right : Bill Parkerson, Tommy Croft, Bill Kenny, Danny Hudson, Bill Wilson, Art Lamas, C. M. Adams. Paul Dunwody. Second Ron. ' , Left to Right : John Alfieris, Jim Ennis, Judy Kennedy. Wallace Butler, ' alter Campbell. Ernie Friedman. Jack Ubele. eight x-one Scholars l-.rsi l " U-: Jollii Sk -a ' ' .iv (itiie Hrtwttm. Tom D ' . I ' .ill OHayt-r. Jim Head, Huh Rizza. Knmiet Bridges,, Henry Prcclit. t ' cuiid A ' fiif: Dean Den- mark. Dana McLaughlin, Howard Harve . Kay Tuck- er. Clarence DeMars. Jack Schaaf. Bernard Disniukes, P. e n j a m i n P i k c. Delano Maurice. Terrnpins hirst How. John I ' or in. Jack Jaudon, Bill Kenncy, Danny Hudson, Bill Wilson, C. M, . dams. Fred Sineath. Second Ro ' u ' : Marion Hodge. I.ouis Rcisnian, James (Ishourne, Tonmiy Croft. Wally Butler, Arthur I mas. Third Ko i . : .Xuhrey Hayt-. John Kousakis, I al Dcs- posito, I.ouis Holec, " alt Camphell. I ' .rnie l " rie;lman. Beavers I ' irst Mow: lohn Allicri . Millard Slu-plK-nl, I ' aul I ' ick- ard. I- ' lton X ' ickcry, Jim Maytield, Stony. Olid A ' lirr: Jdliii Roiisa- kis. Bill rarkcrxin. Judy Kennedy. Cliarles !• " . r n s t , Irviii} Sloan, Tedd.N Med- ernach. Third Rozt. ' -. Paul Teauu e, Flrnest Murpliy. I ' " rank Hob- son, John Matthews. Arthur Laiuas. W ' ilher Kessler. l )r- ney Nelson, Hill Del.oach. Robert Green. Frank Ho- well. Ruddv Kuhlke. loafers first Rozi ' : J o e C I o n t s, Clark H e r s e y , Toinmy Crumblev, Thomas Johnson. Leon Denny, Jim Ennis. . lphene Dovvell. Second A ' liTi ' : Hugh C 1- burn. Wendell Hester, Mur- ray (;alin. Billy Mitchell. Xick Chiotellis, Spencer Gro- theer. Gilbert Perkins. Jack Rankin. ' arins Horning, lack Sikes, Lawrence Thee. ' ighty-lhrcc Glnmiizons I ' lrsl A ' oii ' : Karliara 1 ' Bois. Mary W ' eitz, N:.: i Copps. Monica L ' livo. Mar aiine Buhlasky. Peggy Bauglii). Joyce I-ec. Second K o w: Dolores Howe. Marilee Gerrell. Diane Malone. Kiette Rab- lian. Mary Morekis. Third Him-. Billie Jean Clark, (jertrude HofTman. Ann Quillian. Diane F.vans. Ruth 1-omel, Mary Cartlidgc. Co-Fds First A ' civ ' : l,ou Givens. I.ufrccia Adams, Jane l- ' ort- soM. Miriam OnU-sbce. Hetty Sapp. Jean Hoblis. Norma Shet ield. Katliryn Blocker. Second Uotv: Maryse . n- derson, Helen Kxley. Delores • ' " oran. Joan i ' itzsimnions. Bonnie N ' littinv:. Mary Cor- dray. T It I r d l o u- : Maris ' aret Morrison. Joan .Mendel. Joan Jewett. Marian Smith. I ' .s- ther Overstreet. J e a n n .• Wolf. Nfarsarit Madison. Jeanne Reid. Ci;llll --ioiir Sassy Strutters lirst l ou-. Kvelyii DoWitt. Mary Rmme, Kvc Strong, Mary Jane Bariiliardt, Sara I. aw sun. Second Ro7i ' : Miriam Kcs- sler, Nfary Ann I.oincl, Doris Cone. Teeny Martin, Amelia Cronin, Katlierine Kedmoiui. Ann Morgan. Third Koic: Joan Seekin- ger, Carol Davis. Glenda Taylor, Margaret Stearnian, Kleanor Kllis. Klizabeth Killers. WK I VvSHHI BIBH HI in tfllHHii BH I Ifito flMSlk. , lSBL- M JL I kjiA % A ■Ti V • lir ' fl o Lr H m 1 . " 1 H r 1 f9t • f w- - J 387 J ... .J l V 1 | »? JE t H l I HKt VmHH l- ' irst Roic: Helen Allred. Joan Anderson, Pat Zoucks, . udrey Cammack, Nancy Jones, Patsy Hargett, Ada Goodman. Jane Braswell. Second A ' oii ' : Joan Pritch- ard, Louise N ' ewton, Connie Johnson, Retty Steadman, Barbara Beasley, Patsy Lit- tle, Helen Hayes, Julia Po- well, loanne Parrot. eighty-five OL - JtjsautiEi - eighty-seven ne ca ueen: cJ iane II V late one clulilv-cioht J eten ..JTllred eau tied .y eien ..J a auei cii lity-iiiiic ir[i ' ' ia.tn e5Aier euu tied I lancu Ai one 5 M(H( " M ' tttj fea am an -E. eauued tli K ien da a u tot niiH ' tv-oitc to L ompiim en td tne 1950 yjeecnee and Congratulations to Armstrong College for its fine example of educational integrity and continual excellence in scholarship. THE HIAIOK AISII ALIIt:K IE] of the tITY OF ! AVA]VI%AH GUNS • AMMUNITION • FISHING TACKLE THE SPORTS SHOP (IIMMIE KAHRS) Dial 5846 27 W. Congress St. SAVANNAH. GA. Luggaqe By Hartmann — Amelia Earhart — Samsonit« Leather Goods, Ladies ' Handbaqs. Gifts, Costume lewelry JOE PRK E. E C. 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The seed that lohnny Appleseed planted produced trees which bore iruil that contributed to the health and well- being of peoples of many communities, iust as the pine seedling which the ionn youth plants today on soils too poor to grow field crops will contribute to the welfare of all Georgians. Growing trees lor tomorrow is a most important part oi our forest conserration program. Since the opening of ou: Savannah plant we have planted on our land and donated to 4-H Club and F. F. A. members lor planting on land owned by their parents or for use on forestry projects, more than 15 million pine seedlings. Already many of these seedlings, planted only 14 years ago, are producing income for their owners and row materials for the forest products industries oi the slate — a 300-million dollar annual business providing employment for more than 120.000 Georgians. 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