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

 - Class of 1951

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'Geechee staff members have been impressed with the zeal for progress and beauty so typical of Savannalfs youth. In our yearbook we have endeavored to combine that spirit of youth, progress' and beauty with the historical back- ground of a southern seaboard city. It is our sincere hope that you as our guest will share these impressions with us as you tour Savannah, Georgia, and Armstrong College through the pages of our 1951 'GEECHEE lf you chose to arrive by Water, shortly before reaching the city you Would see Fort Pulaski, a faithful sentinel near its entrance. ' " "' ' ' . - -- V ' ' .'g?lf+r?W ?' - . 1 1 -, Site. This fort now restored as a national park played an important part in the siege of Savannah during the War,BetWeen the States. Presently, you sight the skyline of Savannah, one of the leading ports on the southeastern coastline of the United States. In the past many ships of many lands have visited this port. World War II with its demand for increased shipping created a scene of con- stant activity here. J li Going south from the City Hall on Bull Street, you ind yourself facing one of the lovely park-squares-a feature of the original plan of the Savannah of the early eighteenth century. Formerly the site of stockades for protection' of the colonists from Indian attack, they are now an attractive source of pride and pleasure for citizens and visitors alike. l . .A w, ,, ll , w. 3,55 'F . .SKA If you continue south from the riverfront along the same Bull Street, you will soon be in the vicinity of one of Sayannalfs greatest monuments to progress. VVon't you enter these portals and witness for yourself the life as we see it at J -T ' -- -4, ' 1 ' - " ---- 'Seielmsnezeeee--L A I"'FI!!-I-I-I" 1 ,Di .gn .:xi1E.Q...L:.L:.L..:...z:3.l.:.-' ri... L.. L , L .. P , y vw.. g... ,-- ,1 if 3 Q , ,,- LE 3. 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FULMER, Mayor of Savannah l WILLIAM MURPHY HERSCHEL Y, JENKINS "fff"C""f""""' Chairman ARMSTRONG COLLEGE COMMISSIOT 'VY g .eni-is J-TMES L. HARNETT NIORRYS BERNCTFIN JACK J. COOK LJAYOR O1.1N F. FULMER J. P. Ff0I'I,III.-KN C. PHILIP NJORCKN MRS. W. F. ROBERTSON FRED SHEARHOUSE ALFRED VICK FA C UL TY , 'ix .x 'qjhkxh I Qvx, X .A I I 'lf 2'0" ' fl ,K f ? 2 ,f , i-ft: g-Q 3 V , pf? Hodgson Hall, housing the libraries of Armstrong College and the Georgia Historical Society, yields a vast store of knowledge to those students who de- sire it. . '. N! -J' ai L--WJ i it 1 ln, ... ARTHUR M.GIGNILLIAT A.B., M.A., U. of Georgia Registrar fOn leavej W. ORSON BEECHER A.B., M.A., Emory University M.A., University of Georgia Dean of Students 3 4 4 , , Y.. 'yeah , The faculty of Armstrong, combining youthful dignity with patience and ma- ture understanding, lends a gentle, yet authoritative touch to student life at Armstrong. FOREMAN M. HAWES A.B., Mercer University M.S., Emory University President BARBARA ANCHORS .-LA., Armstrong College Library Assistant LAURA BLAKELEY BS., M..X., Peabody College Instructor in Mathematics .ARTHUR W". CASPER li.S., Beloit: M..-X., U. of YVisconsin Instructor in Physics and Mathematics ANNA T. CONE B.S., U. of Georgia Secretary to the Dean ANNE KEHOE CROLLY .X.B., Ursuline College Assistant to the Registrar WILLIAM M. DABNEY A.B., lVI.A., Ph.D., U. of Virginia Instructor in History and Economics LAMAR DAVIS ELIEANOR J. IJOYLE 15.5, University of South Carolina li.S., luuuavulatag M.A., Catholic , Instructor in Commerce Graduate study, Tulane University Pulmlivity-lnstructor in Spanish ANCHORS cfisvlik cRoi.l.Y DAVIS BLAKELEY CONE DABNISY DOYLE Qs ., ,N I we W 'A Q ,. -I Q: '-'tf A f'sf'ge,'f- 4, ' ' .4 , 1 ' ,we-3.1m , yrtyfs re5't ' 2' 'Xie 4 1, , .I ,,, , 1 - 19' . , I , fig, ,, -gg , j f , f 9' . W w 2. i : fm .' 1 at W- 4 gy. ar ' vu.: Y. 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MOSLEY A. in Finance and Commerce, Armstrong College Secretary to the President HINCKLEY A. MURPHY A.B., Vanderbiltg M.A., Columbia Instructor in English JOSIE R. NELSON Banks Secretarial School Bookkeeper ELIZABETH POUND Manager of Bookstore IRYINE N. SMITH .X.B.. lNI.A., If of North Carolina Masquers-Instructor in English NANCY PAGE SMITH B.Mus., Eastern Music School, M.A., Ii. of North Carolina Glee Clulm-Instructor in Music MARGARET FO RTSON STEPHENS A.B., LL.B., M.A., U. of Georgia, Certificate, Sorbonne, Paris Instructor in English DOROTHY M. THOMPSON .'h.B.,lhIOI'lllI0llIl'1Q M.A., Northwestern, Certificate of Psychiatric Social VVork, Yvestern Reserve University Instructor in Psychologv NVQ!!! N034 Ie . ,la-an '- .: .4 HELEN C. WOLFE CLADYS NICHOLS ZILCH CARMEN TORRIE B.S., Columbia University, Diploina, Gregg C. lNOI'IIl8l Schoo B.S.YC0nC0rL1: ALS., U. nf Tennessee Graduate study, Florida State University Special courses, V. of Florida, U. of lXI1Cl1lj, Instructor in physical Edncntinn Instructor in Horne Economics Instructor in Corninerce POUND N. SMITH 'rHoxII'5oN woI.I'E I. SMITH STEPHENS 'IORRIIQ ZII.cH -1 ??.. xt, :Y -if J! 32. a ' A ng N, .tsi I I. ,tw '- 3 fs, fv- -z.'i 1. .Q Q -:Q ' 5 LOUIS C. ALDER- MAN. Director, nncl COLONEL AUGUS- TUS C. YYHITF. .XV sistxmt llirectoi' ut the lvl1lN tl'slIX' Ill: ciCIll',!l1l Uffefnnipus Center. This center lizls its of- fices in the Lane llllllclv ing and its students nttentl evening classes in the other .Xrinstrong luiiltlings. MRS. LILA HAVVES. Director of the Georgia Historical Society, and MRS. BARBARA ANCHORS. Library z1ssistant.Armstrong College Library. Both have their offices in Hodgson Hall. Cooperation with otlier groups to further the intellectual life of the com- munity has allways been 21 feature of tlie Armstrong program. i 4. V 4 X it f. Q4 .. l l l is 1- .V S OPH OM ORES .XY ,-9.539 f,,. ' "i'9'ff'W '4f"1'f:9 iff? QEBQ E133 'F""""-' ..-::,, Y Jann Q . 1. -Ill Armstrong Building, which, since the inauguration of the college in 1935, safeguards the memories as well as the Credentials of Armstrong alumni. f'v'M,, CHARLES T. ERNST JOAN P. COPE President Acting President DIANE M. EVANS PATRICIA ANN ZOUCKS Secretary Treasurer mf I 1 J 3 M "1 Q.. OUTSTA DING SOPHOMORES ,-,I1 - ,.. . f 'X ,., .vel Im ING Ifuulnc ,Host Uutsramling gi""" ,H Ill!! 1-N :xl.l.l4l'Il .lmx l,m'l4, RUSSDl'IiI1I4l'. Dlxxla Iiuxs Ilmnmzs H4DXN'l'l M un' IXIulua141s l',x'1' Zuljuks .lmx Slicklxrzlik lisrmlu Oxrfnslm if ww--' I U' 'S EV " ALLRED ANDERSON 3 E I , b A I S ! 4 Y A ' " I 'E E, , ' ,i N0 EXPLANATION NEEDED! ALLRED, HELEN MYERS, 'Gccclicc llc-.iuti Quccn. '5l: 'Gccclicc liciiuty Cuurt, '5lJ: Ilclta Chi. '-ll!-'51, Treasurer, '50-51: Glcc Club, '-l"-'51, 'I'rc.ixurcr. 'SU-51: lict.1 I.,imlitl1i, 'W-'5l: Masqucra, 'ill-'5lg Ikmcc Committee, 'W-51: Slick Chicks. '-ll?-'5l. ANDERSON, IOAN MARIE, Beta Lambda, '-l"-Sl: Iicltgi Chi, '50-'ilz Glcc Club. '-lf!-51: Slick Chicks, '49-'5l: Masqucrk, 'SU-51: Dance Committee, '49-'5l: Stuilcnt St-mtv, 'Sli-'5l. BANKS, RALPH ALTON, IR., Glue Club, '49-'5l: Masqucrs. 'SU-'5l: Tcrrapim, '-W-'5l. BAUGHN, PEGGY EL- LIOTT, Alpliii 'lliu Bc-t.i. '40-'51, Treasurer. '5ll: Glgimriznns, '-W-'5l,l. BEASLEY, MARY BARBARA, 'Gccclicm '-W-'51, Bu5ine:s Manager, '40-'50, ,XW:ci.itc Iitlitur. 'Stl-'5l: Stuclcnt Scnqtc, 'ill-'5l: Glcc Club. '-W-'5l: Botti Ltimbclgi, '5ll-'5l: Slick Chicks. '49-'5l: Inkwell, '49-'50, Open Iluuw Cummittcc, '5ll: Alpha l.gimbclgi Sigma. 'SIL BLACKBURN, GEORGE MORGAN, Gators, '-W-'5ll: Club, '5I: Basketball 'll-gim, '50-'51, BROWN, NAOMI, Scicncc Club. 'Sli-'5l. BROWN, RUTH, Science Club, '50-'51, BUTLER, WALLACE EDWARD, Ter- ixipins. 'W-Sl: Stumlcnt Senate. '5ll-'5l: Club, '50-'5l: Glcc Club, '-49-'5ll: Basketball Team, Manager, '-W-'51, CARTLIDGE, MARY AGNES, Bc-Li l..lIl1lUll.l. '-W-'51, Sccrc-tary. '5l: Nc-wiiian Club. '-ll!-'51, Vice-President, 'SU-'5l: Glcc Club, '-W-'5l: Alpha Tau Beta. '50-'5l: 1 fQl.iiiigixuns, 'lil-'Sli Iluiiit--cmiiing Cummittcc. 'SIL CLARKE, RICHARD F. COLLINS, HERBERT EUGENE. BANKS BEASLEY BROXVN, N. BUTLER CLARKE BAUGHN BLACKBURN BROXVN, R. CARTLIDGE COLLINS ' -v K I -I V , 9, . ,tc 1 'R' fs: 'i I ' T-'aww Q ' j 'P' . 'Q Tm" -f V 1-Q IN. IDN ,Qu '-,run sf 4 N s ,L 993 S 7 fix j " Sf. 5 -I A U 'Rx cr ' IV . Q XL l -ill, I 5.1 COPE, JEAN COPE, JOAN "I T' ' "' P.l,J. XOL . . . COPE, IEAN PARISH, Glu' Club, '-W-Sllg Clxccrlcmlcr. 'W-'Sill lunge Cummitluc, '-lf'-SU: Slick Clucks, '-I"-Sl. u1fc.1pr,. 'Slip In-11,1 C111 Fl"-'51, XIICL'-PTYJS., 'Sli-Sl: Ifrulmmdn Claw Secretary, 'IW-Stl, COPE, IOAN PARISH, I7L'lI.l Clu. '-l"-Sl: Slllkltlll Scrmtc. '-l"?5l: IX'I.1xqm-xx J I mp 1 'SU-Sl: Suplnnmmrr Clms, .'XCIlIlg'II'CN1LlL'lII, 'SH-Sl: Slncla Clnclu. '-ll-'51, cu-rapt., Sli: Chccrlcmlcr, 'l Jil: Imncc Cmmnxttcc, '4 P-'Sllg HIL-Q Clulv. 'lll-SU: Alplm Iglllllillll Signm, Sllg Outsmmlixmg Suplummrc, '5l. COPPS, MARIANNA R., lhnncc Cmmnlttcc, '-l'l-Sl: Sccrulary, 'ill-SI: Masqucrw, Sli: Ncwmun Clulw, '-l"-Sl: Stunlcnt SCILIIC, 'SU-'5l: Ilclm Chi, 'SU-Sl: lk-IJ l,11mlul.1, '-ll'-'51, Intr.m1ur.1l Iimml. '50-'5l: c9lQIINLlZlbI'lN. '40-Sl, Prcmlcnt, '5ll: IIm11c-cunning Cummittcc, SU: Open Hnuw Cnlmnlttqc, Sll-Sl: I'crm.mcnt IICJII-N LN, '5llg Alplm I-.1mlul.1 Signm. Sli. CRUMBLEY, THOMAS CARLTON, Inkwcll. 'Stix I-u.xl1-rs. 4"-Sll. DCLOACH, WILLIAM M.. I',.1gL'I' lk-.mu-rx, '-W-Sl: I,CI'IIIQlI'lL'Dl l3c.m'x List, SU. DOWELL. ALPHENE WILLIAM, IR., l-w.1fcrs,'4'l-'3ll. DONIGAN, NATHALIEJL1-ulx. 'll'-Sli: IJ.1m3cCUr11- mittcc. '-W. DREW, BETTY ANN, NI.lSLlllL'I'S, Iiisturiun, 'Stl-Sl: Glu- Clulw. '-ll'-Sl: lieu I-Q1mlnl.1, 'Sli-Sl, DUNWODY. PAUL I., Stu- nlcnl Scnalc. '-W-Sli: Clue Clulv. '-W-Sli: Intramural lilmrml. '-lu-Sli: Clulw. 'SIL DURFEE, ROSS, S.1x1um.1l1 l'l.1yl1nuac, '-l"-'5ll: Outstand- ing Snphumurc, '3l. EARNEST, CAROL, Alplm T.1u Bam, 'IU-Sl, Prcsulcnt, 'SH-Sl: Sassy Struttcrx, '-l'4-Sl: 'CL-cclmcq Ik-.uxty Cwurt, '5l. ERNST, CHARLES T.. SPRO, '-W-'SUQ Ifrululunlu Clnsx 'Ill'L'LlSUI'L'f. '-lil-'illz Srmplmlxmrc Claus Prcmlcnt, 'illz Stuclcnr Scnntc. SU: Fglgcr Rcgmvqxx, '-l9-'5ll: Inkwcll, ISLISIDCSS M.1n.1gcr. 'SIL COPPS DE LOACH DOYVELI, DU NYYODY EARNEST CRIJNIBLEY DONIGAN DREW' DURFEE ERNST OC' -1:7 C7 P. nun IF" 40- , W If if - M Fir-wr ' gli? QR :: 5 X 'X.'1'1'I'?1l Q Q gi 1 ilwmgxui . 1 1 1 1 You mx 'T SAY! f-kv 1 4 W 1 1 41,5 1 1 mime ' 1 1 1 1 EVANS, DIANE MAE, '1Q1u'1u1- 1-31111113 Cmlrt, 31: .A1l11IIl 3I..lLl Ham, 3I1I'C'LINLlI'L'1', '-1'1-311. Secretary, 311-31: Swplnunnrc Cluss Secretary, 311-31: C9111 f11Ll11, '11 31: 1i1.m1.m1m, '11-31: Hu-.lt 141111141 SC1IIllI.lI', 311-31. FITZSIMMONS, IOAN GLADYS,Cn-cub.'-111-311C1166 Club. 31,1-31: BI.lN11LlL'I'N, 31: Mun: Club. 31. FOLGER, IRVING EFRIM, Inkwcll u111u1r, 311-31: Mako-up cclitur, 311: Chalirman, Stuclcnt Activities Cum- 7 1111111-11. 311-31: CQumx'.11 1T11.m'm.m, 1111xm--wmlng. 311: Own Ilwuw, 311: Studcnt Sanus. 311-31: Mmqucrx. 311: Iublicutiun Kay, 311: Out- NI.lII11ll1g Swgwlmwxmmlx. 31: 111.1111 1.11l, 311-31. FRETWELL, HOWARD IONES, 1n14wc11. 311-31. GALIN, IOAN LEAH, Hula I.umbc1a, '-1'1-31: Ci1.lm.1f 11, '-1131: IX'I.lNk1llL'I'N, 311-31: C211-L' 1f1u11, '-1'1-311 C11-Q-111t11r, 1VICl'Cl1I'1', 311-31. GALIN, MURRAY ARMAND, Loafers. '11-31. GERINER, HENRY BUTLER. GOODMAN, ADA DEWITT, M3111 Club, '-111-31, 1,l'f.'SIl1Cl'II, 311-31: Sticncc C1ub, '-19-'51, SCC- rct.1r1, 311-311 Sliuk 111mkx. 51"-31. GREGSON, IVAN CYRIL. HARGETT, PATSY RUTH, Math Club, '-W-'51, Secretary, 311351: Glec' 1 I ' 1 " WI'.lTl.lII. 311331: Sch-mu Club, '1'1-31: Sllck Cblcki, FV'-31: Music Club, '-111-31. HARRELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, IR., ' 1.1ub. 41- 71. 1.11 ,lm N ,, Q, 1 Ixngu' 11C.lIL'1'N. 711-31. 1 1 FITZSININIUNS FREI YVIQIJ, GALIINI, INI. GOODKIAN HARGETT FULCIQR CXLIN, .I. GERINER GRECSON HARRELL 1 ' 4' -of 1 D 'AJ YTD 5.3 12- Y rs,,N 'va , N. ""'-fvwf lg' V11 'nk Y-jx liilill 1 I a T 1 1 HELMS Tw ms Hoxorfs HONOR! HELMS, IACK TEFFREY. HILL. GLEN QUAY. HINELY, SHIRLEY ELIZABETH. HOBBS, EDVVARD IAMES, NIAIII Club. 'SH-Sl. HOFFMAN. SHIRLEY BELL. II!'.ll1I.l Club. 5L'CI'L'I.Il'X. '4'f-'Sm I-Xwnnxul In Ilrruutm' ui' Mmqucrx. 'qll-'3l: S.lN.lIIII.lIl l'l.1xlmuw. '-I"-'SIL HOLTON, ROBERT. HOPKINS, MARGUERITE HAYMANS. HOYVE, MARY DOLORES. lieu I..xmlul.1. '4"f5l. I'u-wlclml. THU-'glz Dance Cunwmmcc. WI"-'51, cIII.lII'III.lI1, 'Sli-'5l: I5clI.1 Chi. '-W-'31, Pmllvlicily CII.llI'I11.lII. ':'ll-'qlz M.1xqL1cxw. 'all-Sl: NL'XYI1I.II1 Clulw. A"-Fl: Glarmlzuns. 4"-31: Opcn Huuxc. RU: Ilumc-uumng L:lllI1II'IlIIl'C. '-IU, SU: limmwfulmmmllg Cwurl. W". HULL. WILLIAM IRA, IR.. li.1NkcIlmll Team, '-P13311 Club. 31: Iiagcr Bcawrm. 'SH-31. IARRELL, CHARLES LQDESSE. IR. IEXVETT, IEAN CLARA. M.uqm-rx. 'l'n-.xv urcr, '50-'5l: Cu-mix, 'W-31: I5.mcu Cuxmuluttcr, ':fID3:vI: Hum l..1mlnl.1,'-I"-':1l:Oyvn II-um: 'QU1 th-cl1.1u'1n.1n IIHIIIQ'-CHIIIIIIQ Rn-cuplmlm. 'WL HILL HOBBS HOLTON HOWE JARRELL HINELY HOFFMAN HOPKINS HULL JIENVETT 'i.,,..f' 127' Q X'-4,8 '73 'Q- JOHNSON JONES, R. AT THE BAR! IOHNSON, CONSTANCE IOYCE, Sllula Cluckx. "W-'51, .Xctmg hI.lII.l.Q1.'I', '5ll-'5l: Ucccllcc. '50-'5l: Bom I-umbela. '49-'5l: Musqucrs. 'ill-'5l1 IlIU'.llllL1lA.ll lhhurll, 'Su-'51, IONES. ROBERT S., Cn-ullmr Mercury, 'ill-'3l: Math Clula, 'ill-'51, Vigg--Ilrcqglgnig GIQQ Club, '-ll'-'5ll: lnluvull, "l"-'3ll: l,r1.1fcrs, '-l"-'3l. IONES, WARREN IEFFREY. IR., Sclcncc Clulw Prcxiclcnt, Isl,-'Sli 'G.1lurs, '50, KING, DON- ALD F., l.u.1lr1's. 'll-31: IVI.lNL1LlL'I'N, '30-'gli lnkwull, 311351: StL11lL'l1KSc11.1lc', FH-'51, KUTCHEY, STEPHEN STRATE. LANDY, IO AN, Muxic Clulw, 'ill-'5l: lN1.1xqL14-rx, 'Sli-'ilz lnkxwll. lVI.lI1.l.!lI14LI ul1mr, 'ill-'51, xmtl, VI"-311: Mercury, '40-'5ll. LANGSTON, IEANNE ELIZA- BETH, Scum-L.n1'x, Stuslvnt S4-lmtc, 'QU-El: Ulu- Clulw. '5ll-'5l: lk-l.1 I..lllIlWll.l, 'gil-'qlz Sclcncc Clulv, Sccrctnry. '-W-'50, Vice-Prcsiclcm. '50-'5l. LEE, IOYCE LOUISE, .Xlplm 'l'.1u lieu. '50-'glz fil.n11mzum, 4"-':wl, LEECH, RICHARD WAYMACK. LITTLE, PATRICIA BRANNON, Sllcli Clliulo. '-l"-gl, IxI.lll.ll!L'V, 'gil-':'l: .Xlplm 'llmu llchl. Pulwlnciry Cl1.m'm.1n, I-ll'-bsll, Vicu-l'x'c'siclcnt, '5ll-Sl. LOWDEN, IMOGENE IXI.lNklLlL'I'N. 'all-':'l: Ulu- iflulw. 4"-'gllz S.u.mn.lll l'l.1xl1uuw. 'IW--gil: l1r.1m.n Clulw. '-l"-'30, LYNCH, WADE TALMADGE. J JONES, VV. J. RUTCI IISY l.ANG5'lI0N LEECH LONVDEN KING IANDY LITTLE LYNCH ng 'Vx "-,' 11' YY E45 IM' 1:3 'S -15 alg ,1- E' Q... MADISON xmnxnz ' Cxxirk x sl-lv? MADISON, MARGARET ALLEN, lin-ulx, '-I"-'ilz Glu- Club. 'gli-'Sli Muxlc Club, '-l"-'30, MALONE, DIANE TRUTH. IIl.l!1l.I!crIIN. '-l'I.'ill1 Glcc Club. '-ll?-'3l: Iicm I..lmlul.1, 'NW-'5l: Ilnmc l1m111111tlcc, '-I"-'5l: Stuclcm Sclmtc, 'ill-31. MATTHEWS, IOHN GRAYSON, Ifrnwlmmn Class Prcsinlcnt, 'IW-'5ll: Stunlcm SCILIIC, '-ll'-311: I'l..IgL'I' lin-.nu-r's, '-W-'ilz Club, 'QIQ Inkwcll, I-ll'-'Slip Murcurx, '4"f3I: li.ukclls.1ll 'I4l'.lIl1, '30-'3l. MAURICE, THOMAS DELANO, Sclmlnrs, '-l"-'5l. MENDEL, IOAN KATHRYN. lJcll.l Ulu, Snrgc.1l1If.lI-.X1'mx. '-Wfilz A'I.lNkIlIK'l'N, Iixccutiw Sccrulury, 'ill-'ill Nm-w1n.ln Club, Fl"-'5ll: lin-t.1 IAIIIIIRILI. 'SU-51: Stumlvm SL'l1.ll4'. '30-'qlg NILINIC Club, '-luiillg Ulu- Club. '3ll?9l: Ihncc Culnluitlcc. 'SU-'SIL Cu-urls. '-IU-'5ll. MITCHELL, WILLIAM KENNETH. MOREKIS, MARY KATHARINE, 'ISI-I-gluv ullmr, '50-'5l: Literary ulitmx '-ll'-'5ll: Inkwull, .ISNISIJIII ulntur. '-l'I-'illg SILIIICIII Scn.u1-, Fl!-'3l: AfI.lNkIUL'I'N, 'ill-'5l1 Cil.un.1num, 'lulilg SIYRU, '-W-'5ll: 'Gccclu-c lkxxuty lfuurt, '5l: Outstnmling Suplnnnurc, '5l: l'ulwlic.1tium Key, '30, MORRISON, IOSEPH EDVVARD. MORRISON, CU-Ulg, '40-'51, LTQIPIQIII1. 'qllfslg 'Gg'g'gl1L'L' Nrrlx I".lllIul', all-'gli Silltlrlll SL'I1.llL'. 'gllfsli U11-uiilnllw. 'all-val. 5 l EARNEST WILLIE. IR.. filcc Club. '49-'31, XYIIC'I,I'L'NIlIL'III. 'SID-'5l: 'CIcccl1L'c, .MXL Iimiliux Mgr., 'HI-'glz IVILINIC Club, 4"-'3l1 II.lIlCt' Unn- mittcc. 'ill-'Sli SIUKICDI Senate 'SH-31: Eager liulvcrs, '-W-'ilz lirult liuulv SL'lIIll1.ll', 'SU-31: Inkwull, '-l"-ill, NEWTON, LOUISE WAL- DRON, Slick Cluclim "l"-Fl: 'Gccclwnu 'SU-'qlz lictgl I.1lI11l5ll.l. 'SH-'Slz IVI.lNk1L1L'IAN. 'Sli-gl: film Club, 'SU-'3l. NOBLE, ROBERT LEE, Masqucrs. 'ill-'5l. BIATTHEW'S MENDEI. MOREKIS MORRISON, M. NEVVTON MAURICE MITCIIIELI. MORRISON, .I. TNIL'RPIlY NOBLE Q-"W V G7 lf 'qv 'QV 3 a y , Q' Aft , ig 'R I , ex ' .. f fd In ,165 1, . ff I brig' E 1 A 4 1 5, 1 t X i 1 r I!! , I 2 ' ' 5 21' 'L , 1.. I lc " Aw A l l ,V X 5. 2 gl l .dj NORMAN NUTTINC l l L l FRFSHMEN ARE PEOPLE, Too! l l l NORMAN, MARY LETITIA, .Xlpbu Tnu Rem, 'SU-'5l: Inkwcll, '50-'5l: Sassy Slrullcrs, 'ill-'Sly Ulu' Club, 'SU-'5lg Great B0uk5 Seminar, i 'SH-'51, NUTTING, DOROTHY BONNEY, llctn l.Llll1lWLl.l, '49-'SIQ Sci:-ncc Club. '50-51: Clcc Club, '-ll?-'SIQ Cu-cds, '-lil: Home-coming Cummlttu-. '-l". OVERSTREET, ARIE ESTHER, Intramural Ihmral Manager, 'Stl-'ilz Masqucrk, 'ill-A513 Glcc Club, '-W-'5l: Beta Lambda, W 'ill-'5l: l7L'lI.l Chl. 'ill-'ilz lhncp' Cummmcc. '-W1 Scicncc Club, '-ll!-'Slip Cu-L-clk. '40-'5ll. OVERSTREET, DONALD HAMPTON, Scholars, l '49-'51, PARKERSON, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Inger llcxuurx. 'll'-51: lirlxkcllmll Team, '-l'7-'slz Club, '5l. PARROTT, IOANNE, l Ihmcc Clunnmtcc. Fl"-'51, Secretary, '50-'5l: Clue Club, 'ill-'ilz Masqucrs, '50-'5l: Slick Chicks, '-W-'5l: Bom I-111ulula. '49-'51. PICKARD, PAUL MANNEY. PRECHT, HENRY, Sclwlun. '-W-'51, Mgnrmgcr, 'SU-'ilz Musqucrs. '50-'5l: Inkwcll, 'SIL PRIM, WARREN WALTER, Q IR., ,llL'l'I'.lPlI1N, 'SH-'5l1 Club, '5l: lg.lSl'iCIlMlll Team. '50-'51, PRITCHARD, IOAN LUCILLE. Slick Chicks, '49-'5l: Glce Club, '49-'5lg 5 Gm-.lr llmnkx Sunimr. 'SH-'5l: Ilcbgxting 'Il-lun. '4'f-'5ll. PROVENCE, JOSEPH. RANKIN, IOHN McGREGOR. 1 0YERi'I'Rlil2'l', A. PARKERSON PICKARD PRIM PROVENCE 0v1iRs'1'R12l51', n. PARROT1' PRECHT PRITCIRIARD RANKIN T FN., 1.x ,Ui Q . Y ? A '-1:31, E 3 'Sr-"' E' 'Sh RIIVD RI-'I I Xl Dxnxm' AND HIS f:mr.s! REED, IOSEPHINE WINIFRED, Ncwnmn Club, '-W-'SIL Corals. '-l'J-'3l: Inkwull, '-IU-'SIL REHM, EDITH THEODORA. ROSENTHAL, IRWIN. ROYCE, RICHARD DAY, M.1tb Club. 'Sli-'5l. SECKINGER, IOAN MARIE, Sturlcnt SCII.llk'- '40-31: Glu' Club, '40-'51, Surc- mry. I,I'L'NIlIL'DI2 Sum' Strurlcrx, Cu-u.1pI,. '4'1-'50, Capt., '50-'5l: Musqucrs, 'SID-'5l: In-lt.1 IIIII, 'IW-'51, Secretary, 'ill-'ilg Ihngu Cuuuuitlcc, 'W-'5Ig Ilulm'-unmirlg Cmulmullvc, 'Sli-'Sly licm I.LlI11lNILl, 'IW-'51, SHEFFIELD, NORMA RUTH, IICIJ I.LllIII5lI.l, '4'l-'5Ig Ulu- Club, '4'l-'SIQ Dgmcc C1n111uim'c, 51"-'SIL IVI.lNLIllL'I'5, 'ill-'5l: Cu-ccls, '-l'lf'5l1 Alpha 'Iulll lieu, 'ill-'51, SIKES, IOHN MCNAUGHTON, IJDLIIHCTS, 'V'-ASI: SIIRU. '-lfl-'50, SILVERMAN, RAMON ALVIN, I,ug1lc1's, '-l'l-'SIL Mglsqucrs, 'Sli-"5l. SIMS, HAROLD CLARK, ,I.L'I'fLlllIIIS, 'Stl-'51, ulnrs, '-l'l-'51, 'I'rc.m11'c1', '5ll-'5l: Club, '50-'5l: linxkcllmll 'IQCLIIII SKEADAS, IOHNNY ANTHONY. TUCKER, RAY BRYANT, Sch Mguugcr, 'ill-'51, TURNER, MARY ANN, ci.,-mls. 'ill-'iI. ROSENTIIAL SECKINCIQR SIKES ROYCIZ SIIIEFFIIQLD SIIXIZRNI,-KN SIMS TUCKIZR S KIEAIJ,-XS 'I U Il NIZR 'wry' 'VX 'Fira 1 ' ,. fvvi EXW' Ewa! - , "' vii '-1:17 "'-' i"T 4 ! 1' - 'ii R 1 . , 1 l-K l 7 X . A 5 r . YYINN YARLEY ZOUCKS TYNER, CARLEEN GADDY, Hcta Lr1n1lwtl.1. '-lil-'51, UBELE, IOHN LEAR, Basket- lmll, 'll'-'Slip Clulw, 'ill WEITZ, MARY, Glcc Clulw. '-W-'51: Masquers, '50-'51g til.un.1xuns, '-W-'5l: Inkwcll, 'Slip Great Hunks' Seminar, '50-'51g Open House Cunmmittcc, '5ll: l"rcsl1mtln-Suplnmmre Dance Cnmmittcc. WINN, CATHERINE ELIZABETH, Ulu- Clulw, '-W-'5l: Musquers. '50-'5l. YARLEY, DIBBLE BOYD, IR., Sturlcnt Scntrtt' ,I4l'C.lNLlI'Cl', 'Stl-'5l: Iilcctinn Manager, '50-51: Terrapins, '49-'51g lJt'lu.1t1ng Ttntm. 'JW-'5ll, ZOUCKS, PATRICIA ANN, Suphomore Class Treasurer, 'Stl-'3lg Stuclt-nt St-lute, '-W-'5ll: Delta Chi, '-lkl-'51, Historian, '50-'5l: Glee Club, '-ll'-'3l, llulwllcitx' lbrrcttfrr. 'ill-'SIL Slxck Chicks. '-W-'5ll: Beta Lambda, '49-513 ljllL'CI'lL'.lllCl', '-l'l-':1l: lxIllSLll1L'I'N, 'Stl-'5l: Intramural liuurcl. '-lil-'5l,l: Home-coming Cnrnlnittt-Q. '5ll: Opt-n H-ruse Committee, '5ll: Alplm Lnmlwtlu Sigma, '50: Dance QIHINIUIIICL' 'l'rens11rt'1', 'SH-'51, xt s suxrw "GET-'m GE'I'lII'fRll sums AFTER THE s'r,xRT OF THIS FALL OUARTER. REST ARE xr um 114 s IN 'rms MNC-PUNG Rooxr n0wNs'rAlRs. , -IIA: Iliyslx 3 . it -:iQ:fY',4.,s?, lu Y . Q rf . , ,.4 .LL F RESHM I ll " . :ll iii: ,MQ-Ili - vwt""" nm, A V A f' ,..- , ,snnghl .... - . , . , . 4l.ov4""""' . p,u,-gn-v.x.4...f. Y1- K s f"""""i , R I - sum :K ' " ' ' ' .1 s- .wwf Q W by ,,s. ,,rg,w'qpl"'1U"' , iwff 1 .Qin amid, """'+ "" f VY J.. 4, VY y ' " ' ag -iifwrfrf ' ' " fs ' "W . - ' ,nl A -,wg , WHOOIQ. Gamble Hall, Ar1nstr0ng3's newest building, wliere most Armstrong students are first introduced to the 'mysteries' of the sciences. !:::-s EVANS NICHOLS JAMES R. BARFIELD JOHN President A cling President FRESHMA OFFICERS 'ff' 93' A :lx -6' JEAN E. WHITTINGTON JOHN C. LAUGHLIN Segfemry Treasurer F-- iv. Y? ' 'a U9 ,il x-'mir' , , rg s 'a rg Alfa -'Q K N LV iff' ,-., ,ff , ,V 5, " HH' , , ,,. r 4 X f xs11f,X xx Xxx 1 sta 2 1 JOHN j. ALF1ER1s ROBERT H. :XNDREVVS R10RGAN ASKEVV, II jAN1Es R. BARFTELD BRETT L. BAXLEY, JR. jvuus H. BENNETT NORMAN XV. BLACKSVELI. H. GERALD BLOCKER VVILLIAM C. BOSVVELI. Ri.-XRTHA RUTH BOYD CHARLES F. BRADY RXRTHUR JULIAN BRANNEN RHERRELLE BRANNEN ERNEST K. BRANTLEY VVILMER E. BREVVER ROBERT D. BREWER JANE THERES.-X BRUNSON XVINNIE FRANCES BRYANT MARY LOU BYERLY ELTON M. CALDER LENORE RUTH CANTEY GLENN T. CARTHRON, jR. C.-KROLE M. CASON :MARY ANN Cl-ilI,DERS BARBARA A. CLER JOSEPH EUGENE CLUNTS JAMES ROBERT CORER CORBETI L. COLEMAN NIARY ANN COLLINS CLARENCE D. CONE YVALTER PAYNE COPELAND NIIRI.-XM INEZ Cow.-xN LOUISE 151.-XRIAN COXVART ILLEN.-X Cox XVILLI.-XM R. CROTXYELI. LAWRENCE W. CROYATT AL RAY CRUMPLER OSCAR DANLEL CECII, D. DELORME CAROLINE DENDY SALVADOR J. DESPOSITO RALPH L. DOLCOFF DOROTHY DURES JOHN J. DUNN CHARLES W. DUPREE RONALD S. EDWARDS 'D' 1-7 'xjf ff-Ng 'Vs af ,A 2. ,vea- 'CTI' I Q,- ., - . , . .Y 4. 1, ., , 3' ,' ' ., , 1,-ff - L ?fA'3'QlsZf? A D.. if is S - Rf Q, 2 ff? at N YQ' K v'.7 s-49' S11 1 4 V304 N. r ..., .lf' Rv' 4. ' nyiilin '1 ..,, ' lb I 5 .,-w Q-,W gf 2.5 ,: V: .U .M , ,Q -4 4 1. jf, ' nv, ,,..z ff. 4 N :xs11r1"af'f A -fn vp, Y ,J"" v, ' y . mv 1 QA lx: is 'gf f J. f..,k.ls.i: 4 --Q. 'lily 1 -fr' . if if R rv 'W 1-7 7 V ..,.,-Lii '?'7:" 35 -I "".?"' ""'J I ' x'Y"4' K 4--.,,? 'U As I, V ...ff , , TJ NANCY ELLIOTT NIADELYN FEINBERG HELEN FENDER EDGAR FENN CAROLYN B. FLUKE SAM J. FOGLER DOLORES GARXIER IDANIEL RAY GASKIN ANNE GLANTZBURG JEANNE GLOVER ELEANOR GOLDBERG PRISCILLA GOLDBERG SARA GOODMAN FRANCIS X. GRIFFIN AIARCUERITE H.-Xl.I, GEORGE E. HART GLORIA HARVEY LOUISE NEAL HARVEY EARNEST RALPH HElSE,J JOIIN H. HENNESSX', JR BETTY SUE HERNDON GI.ORI.X HIOHSMITII STEVE ALTON HILL PAUL Houxuzn LUTIL H. HUEY JOHN E. JAUDON '1'HEoDoRE J.xunoN, JR. NVILLI.-XM J. KENNEY XV11.I,1.xx1 R. KIQKIJUHTER VVILLIAM L. KITCHENS JAMES D. Lmm JOHN E. L.xxmERTsoN JOHN C. LAUGHLIN BREVARD J. LAW WH.LxAx1 E. LEE, JR. .XNNIE LEVERLTTE XY1LL1.-xxx L. LEXVIS E1.1z.-xBETH I,oku SOTERISO 'II LEMON .XNNE BICCI.EI.I..XXD EUGENE L. NICCRACKEN EDWINA MCCUNE L'H.xRl.oT'fE ZNIcG.u1.I.1ARD XI.-XRY ANN NICCSRADY JOHN A. IVICIQAY JAMES E. h1XNUCY eq----11' ?' rm? 'K 5 9- 1 Q-'Ni Lf!! --vr""N 04' 'ata-. 'UN 5:2 Ns' 141-17 -ff gvfz. 'E7 V :""fff' l,' I er f.. Nix T' x 'Fi . 11 iff J . - fi? Z 4, ki. A . i , Y. 'E 473. ,NM 'Y 'ff 6fm:y,,T. W ,. .N-H . 1..v .gizfgw . fs , EAW, .V ,W A A x . --. H, .5 ' W7 ' 'Y Aff ' A X :J fl. I- ' xi, ni 4 N i ' 'f A Ill 1 . 'f , vi' -qym. '1f""" TT" Q 'Q' -,S '37- 3 ' ' x QA., :ig 2 if R 497 amy "Sw-1"'? vs.,-I w....' ff I A , THOMAS A. MARCHMAN HUBERT R. MARTIN JAMES M. MEADOW'S THEODORE MEDERNACH FRANK H. MELSON SALLY ANN MIRSKX' RACHEL MONK ROBERT H. MORELAND, JR ELPIS MORELELI MARY EVA MORSE WILLIAM F. MURPHY THERON S. NEAsE JOHN EVANS NICHOLS MARY ANNA NIEMEYER HELEN O,CONNOR DONALD OVERSTREET KENNETH F. PALMER, JR MELVIN C. PEACOCK QUITMAN NEAL POPE MELTON POWELL MARY' ANN PROCTOR MARY V. QUARLES A '-, Af? ANN PORTMAN fAi X 5, fi ' Y A 'gixw . W", J 4 1 f -"L I i 'gli . CECIL LEE RAHN HAROLD R. RAYMOND CLYDE j. REDDICR LOUIS ALLAN REYNOLDS CHRISTINE ROBERDS ROBERT E. ROBINSON GAII, ROSEN IQATHLEEN RYAN MARY RYAN FRANCES S.-XMUELS SALLY SCHOFIELD ROBERT SCHVVALLS DIANE SEMUELS GRACE SII,vA RUTH SIMMONS FOI' E. SMITH PEGGY JEAN SMITH ROBERT C. SMITH ROBERT V. SMITH NICHOLAS SOTIROPOULOUS CAROLYN STANLEY JOYCE STEBBINS BERNHARD STEINER ,.. ,v- ,.- ,Ai- . Qf, 4 ,7 , N ,Ilfigjti A J I I CT? .. 1 i I' I' 3 , 5, if A Lf. I " W" A 1--. vi 'Wh' nm XD 1.1- , , ' - :M 3 ' Ap : Lf f 5 if 11" .- V62 '21--' 1-1' is 4' 1 vw' -" '55 X' . if 'I 755 I-gn , h l ,b -'PN ,v QQ.. ! Y ,A 14 ' E 'T 7 'f .- I , M 'XL 'iv' , . N?-x , . Y TJ f 1, if ,AL ' ?2f'? " ,545 Q .- , f' .1 3 A 'P at rf, " tif i f " ' 31 ii, 5 I I !Jgg:.Q5fkv fm 5 LN R 1' Q JTMQ' Ari: I I - Q I MSE .. . ' I NI ,. .4 I? rg br ! ,Q I ,ANNE LORE STELLJES I INIARGARET MARY STOREY DEBRA SWARTZ lX4ELDRIM L. SYKES ROBERT E. THIGPEN EI.sIE THORPE SHIRLEY ANN TOB1LINSON HENRX' D. TULLIS, JR. JULIA WADE SARAH VVADE FREDERICK EARL YVALLER I BARBARA XVATTS STANLEY I. VVEISS MACON DONIS VVELLS JACQUELINE WHELAN JEAN WHITTINGTON MARGARET ELLEN WILBURN JOHN L. VVILLIAMS, JR. REBA WILLIAMSON MARY FRANCES WOMELE JAMES B. YANCEY, JR, ? R 'r his-E +1,,.,,..s Judging by the loolis of consternation, amusement and concentration on the faces of these freshmen, there is more to this regis- tration husiness than one would expect. il. iti Une of the Hshiftl' classes held especially for Union Bag Co. employees. Iden- tical freshman classes are taught by the same instruc- tors morning and night. Students may attend one or the other, depending on the shift they are working at the time. Here students seem amused by what Nlr. Dabney is telling them. An important part of Freshman VVeek is the testing program to which all new students are subjected. 1,-T.,,. 'V F The 'Geechee staff hereby wishes to pay trib- ute to James Waring Horning, Jr., lirst Arm- strong alumnus to be killed in action in Korea. He was one of a large number of Armstrong students and alumni called to active duty with the Savannah Marine Reserves in August. Waring was killed in action on December 2 fighting with the First Marine Division in Korea. WO! of CHOHOI' The staff also wishes to honor the Armstrong students and one faculty member who have been called to military duty since the beginning of this scholastic year. Some of these have been subject to the draft, or recalled to duty as members of the Army, Navy, Air Forces, Marines, and a large portion of them were summoned to duty as members of the 117th National Air Guard Unit. Bobby Shuler Adams Robert Henry Andrews Morgan Askew, ll James R. Barlield James E. Cobb VValter Payne Copeland VVilliam R. Crotwell Thomas Carlton Crumbley Oscar Daniel Cecil D. DeLorme Alphene VVilliam Dowell, Jr. Paul Dunwody Ronald S. Edwards Charles Thiot Ernst Daniel Ray Gaskin Paul C. Hernandez Francis llarion Hodge Paul Howard John E. Jaudon Theodore Jaudon, Jr. VVilliam R. Kicklighter James D. Lamb John E. Lambertson Richard Wlaymack Leech Soteriso T. Lymon Hubert Nlartin James M. Meadows Theodore hledernach VVilliam Kenneth hlitchell Joseph Edward hlorrison Peter P. O'hIillion Charles S. Paulson Paul Pickard John McGregor Rankin Harold R. Raymond Louis A. Reynolds Johnny Anthony Skeadas Robert E. Thigpen Carmen Torrie, lnstructor James B. Yancey, Jr. This list is composed of those who have been called to the armed services between Sep tember 1950 and hlarch 15, 1951, and is as complete as possible. 'W se., Clonts Jones and Hull McGailliard 'Ffh Hallowe'en Dance Math Club Indians! Nease, Brewer, Tullis STUDE TSE AT i, l5'i-shi, fe ,iff s-E Q-sw, Jlcnibcrs, left I0 rfght: Irving Fogler, hlary Morekis, Eleanor Goldberg. Marianna Copps, joan Seckinger, hlary .Xnn Collins, Jeanne Langston, secretary, john Dunn, Evans Nichols, acting vice-presidentg Mr. Beecher, joan Cope, acting president: Earl VValler, Boyd Yarley, treasurerg Peggy VVilburn, Earnest Murphy, Henry Precht, Barbara Beasley, joan Mendel, ,loan Ander- son, and Diane Malone. Charles Ernst, president, and James Barfield, vice-president were called into the service. The Student Senate is composed of representatives from all recognized clubs in the school and the presidents of the two classes. The purpose of the Senate is to make and enforce the laws and regulations of Armstrong. It also formulates the school budget for the year. Any student is welcome to appear before the Senate to discuss any problem concerning the college and the students. Dean W. Orson Beecher is the faculty advisor. I H 11 II I, .- QVQ 122 Warren A. Candler Hospital SCHOOL OF NURSING MISS LOUISE LENHARIJT Superintendent ': ve.,-'var' 'f'- "-,' i", 62 Formerly, student nurses from nearlmy Candler Hospital at- tended Armstrong College for a Course or two. Now these student nursey take their freshman yearls work at,Xrn1strong. These credits may he uxed later towards nurs- ing degrees at other colleges and univerxities. MRS. MARTHA C. SMITH Director of Nurses QW 0. 'gibw I.: ff we R .1 IJOROTHT N. BERILI, QTIAIH s I..'kvIiKNIi BOYETTE FATE CI,El,XND ULL1E JO f'l.EVliI..-XND JOsxE CROSBY ALOHA LEE DAVIS BETTY JANE l7URDEN ITUROTHY NELL l,URRANCE NIIRI.-XM NI.-XRIE ELLIS HELEN J. EVANS IZULA MAE HERR1NOTON BEAUIAH NIYREE HOWELL BETTY JANE HOWELL NORMA JE.-KN KII,P.lKTRICK NIARIE BOBBIE NICDONALD DOROTHY ESTELLE MOCK BETTY SUE NESAHTH SARAH CAROLYN NORMAN CAROLYN ROGERS LA FATE LORETTA ROYAL fl'-rs 'Y-'EY ICN T7 1 - 1 I 'fbjf av 19 'TS "N V"'J' Q? f Un the wz1ytoMiss YVulfe's nutrition Ialw in the Hunt Buildinv U VxoLET ANN SANDERS SUSIE DREVVNELL SHEPPARD JUANITA SHUMAN GI.0Rl.X ZERA FIQHOMPSON CAROLYN A. UNGLESBEE Lou WHELESS -N .-QW,-uv' he ACTIVITIES fi '25 f fa I ff? .Ls gf, sw jfi' ff ! 21 . W Q. X I W ' s ki B Q s fi C 1 ,..-.-.. +4 - wwe! Us 'F' ' I uuw. 5 V f N 1 - M ,a ,Q 'K , ., 8 V .,,,, :e-3 , .. - . . . NIA W ,.N, , , , . . X . .N - . . -A -n-K.. -Lip . I ,W i h,:. , .Q .. W ', . yi -N,-,X -." ' .- .' H' 'F . ,H 5 L1 ' 1 sistwe il ' Jenkins Hall, the scene ofthe varied cultural and social activities of Armstrong students, is often used for the same purposes by community groups. 1 ' 1 INI.xRx Nloumh lliniiffllljll-Lwlliff C7 ,iff B,xRn,xRAx BhX5I.I:'1 .fum lah lhflfln '65 fflff NIARY .Xxx xICf3R.XIJY Ifu.vi111'5,v ,1Ill7lII!ll'l' T L BHTY LORD. KI.-XRY .Xxx INICCR.XDY, ERNEST MURPHY IJ'I15fll4'5J Sfllfi S0fl,I0lI1IIl'l'S1'ffi0ll Edilorx i I B xRB.xR.x Bh.x5l,u', jmx XVHITTINGTON 1 x.-5 SARA GOOOMAx,CONx1E JOHNSON. LOUISE NEWTON l21.E.xxOR J. Ilmmi P1Illf0QI'l1f7ll-1' Fafzzlfy .1.f1'f,s'rn' 92 1 jU1.1.x XVMM5, Cxrml, Dum' v Q-1 ,,.4- 1'w1ll'Illf'1' Swrffnlz Izlfifury C 0 NTXNNY, WET MORPJSON . 'MARC . B1LLLEYY'1b - 3 E.i11Ur Sfvulf I,ift'l'!U'J' Edna" Imprzx' XVILBLYRN, Pfcsm' STOREY Fl'z'5f1n111II St'l'fi0Il Effffnry XM' , 41,5 X X 7715 INKW ll The Inkwell is published by and for the students of Armstrong, including news of college activities, feature stories, and 21 gossip column. lNIiss lfleanor Doyle is faculty advisor. F1151 rofu. If I In 1111111 0 Xn Inndx Ill cillzx Q oldlwerg Wars VS eitz Eleanor Goldberg, jane Brunson, Mary Norman, editor in chief for spring qimrtei S' in! l I Io zmfzf Henrx Preclit F111 XValler, Howard Fretwell, Irving Fogler, Norman Q7 T7 Dv4lVC'f L'0MMl77Z'f All dances :it Armstrong are planned 11nd all decorating for them is done by the Dance Cgm- mittee which is composed of i'epresentatix'es of the various clubs at the college. Bliss Lee Goodwin is faculty chnirmzln. assisted hy Irvine N. Smith. Nliss Dolores Howe is student chairman. Un Jtairx, left to righl: Diane Nia- lone, Dolores Howe, Polly Parrott, Mary Ann Collins, Peggy VVilburn, Nlary Ann Proctor, Nancy Elliott, Jane Bronson, Helen Allred, Pat Zoucks, Joan Anderson, Norma Sherlield, Illena Cox, joan Mendel Nana Copps, Joan jewett. Near .vlf1ir.f, Miss Goodwin, lNIr. Smith. Bflofwi Dolores Howe and Miss if Goodwin discuss plans for the next 357 dance. 1 l of if 13"T', 'fantlirgff 12" -af it s'fi.",fl'1,. V, 44 3519. l WI ' Sf Y,-N ,3-' . iff! , ,,. r.,-aw ,wg JL f',', -,.h't " xg -ps,-R315 ,,1'g,ff . ...1,i,-. 31' V N11 ,--,,V,y, 1,!f,, pp. '. ..A f rt,--1, .' -1.-11 'AM ani. - -1.'-'Q-r. A -.xr V' .,: I-fnglk Hr' f-. tg .f gf-1 -I -fm - 1' - 5 5 i . . ev: . :- f- --ff-. 1 .J i ,fgs i',. N 'xlfff-"HZ, 5'-,"j -frm sv ., . fs. A- , -L' aw, . -3 V ' .lv vx , ai- . ,4 2- . , 4 . . . , . . ' ' - .A-xfi. .-'GM 3" .3 I .' rv . f , , i A l 4 3 Q 2 , 4 , I i 1 L 1 e , E l i NfWMv4N L20 Though the Newvman Club has as its objective the promotion of spiritual, intellectual' and social inter- ests of the Catholic students of Armstrong, all stu- dents are invited to membership. Miss Eleanor Doyle is faculty advisor and the Rev. Donald A. Kiernan is moderator. .llfnzlfvrs picturfd l1110'I.'1' infludf, from Inf! lo riglil, Dolores Howe, Marv .Xnn Collins, Jane Brunson, Charlotte Mcilailliard, Miss Doyle, Peggy XVilhurn, secretary-treasurer: Mary Ryan, president, Nfary Cartlidge, vice-president, Josephine Reed, Kathleen Ryan, Peggy Smith, Shirley Tomlinson, Nana Copps. Sflllldlllg, Ralph Heise, john Dunn, john Ilennessey. 3 l B Q B 7:4 MM D14 Beta Lambda is one of the largest service clubs on campus. lts membership includes many girls who intend to continue in Home Economics and many more who do not. This group prepares the refresh- ments for the Home-coming, Upen House and other receptions during the year. Nliss Helen lvolfe is faculty advisor. .Vfmbfrs infludrf Nancy Elliott, Pat Zoucks, Nana Copps, Esther Oyerstreet, joan Mendel, Polly Parrott, Louise Cowart, jean VVhit- tington, joan Anderson, Mary Ann Proctor, lNIary Ann Childers, Mary Ann Nlcilrady, Barbara Beasley, Lollie Stelljes, Edwina lNIc- Cune, Dolores Garmer, Joan -Iewetr, Colleen Tyner, Diane Nlalone. Peggy VVilburn, Norma Sheffield, Louise Newton, Dolores Howe, Elsie Thorpe, julia VVade, Peggy Hall, Frances Bryant, Miriam Cowan, Gloria Harvey, Mary Cartlidge, lllena Cox, Bonney Nut- ting, joan Seckinger, Jean Langston, Connie johnson. HW 'Q ,HQ-'fx'-Sfmt I .4 J fe f ,ff- :yi l , ,. Q, If' A 5'C'lElVC'f L20 The Science Club serves as an excellent medium to cultivate originality of thought in the held of science, under the guidance of Nlr. Elmo Xlcffray, Klr. Arthur Casper and Klr. Robert Klizell. The club program includes social functions as well as scientific discussions. .llfnihfrs lzflofw include: Patsy Hargett, Sara Goodman, Donald Cone, Peggy Storey, Naomi Brown, Ruth Brown, Ada Goodman, jeanne Langston, Sally Schofield, Mary Ann Childers, Charlotte NIcGailliard, Bonney Nutting, Lenore Cantey, jeffrey Jones, and Rachel Monk. U 'ex ini. , -o X wwf J v so MATH C20 The primalry :tim of the Nlgth Club is to further LlI1tlCl'Sf2lIltllI1g of muthemzities heyond ordinary col- lege requirements. The students interest in math often leads him to creative thinking on his own. This Y club gives students who have il special interest in the subject an opportunity to meet others like him- 1 self, and an interesting program is followed under the direction of Nliss Laura Blakeley :ind Klr. K , A? 'Y' 'W Arthur Casper, faculty advisors. .lIfrn11w'.v, sfaifd, iff! fu rigflif Peggy Storey, Sara Goodman, lxllss Blalteley, ,Xda Goodman, Lenore Cantey. Charlotte McGail- liard. Sramiilly, Inf! to rigid: Corhett Coleman, Ralph Heise, hir. Casper, john Dunn, Riehzrrd Royce. if .A C77 E "'E, 5' if s fl ' W "wt-"T 6255 The Glee Club is a social or- ganization as well as a means of entertainment to its members, the student body, and to the com- munity. This year the Glee Club sang at assemblies, gave a Christ- mas concert, cooperated with the Klasquers in presenting "The hlikadof' gave a concert at VVay- cross, and last on their program for the year was a spring concert in May. hlrs. Nancy Page Smith is director, and she and the club are pictured above in their new robes. Offirfrx of Glff Club: Jean XVhittington, secretary, joan Seckinger, president, and Pat Zoucks, publicity director. 34-My if ig gg E Ii i 'Q' I -1 . , . i, ' '-. 1"' Q Af' X IRVINE N. SMITH Dirnfor Jlzlsqzzfl' 046-it'l'I'Ax' -MAN 1xIEXDEI, N.xN.x Cows JOHN DUNN JOAN SECKINGER jon: JEVVETT Tflf ARM 7R0lV6' M14 00 RS' BETTY :XNN DREW 914441 5 L 4 v T : T' T ff' " -, A P 1544.-' ' H . . ' V x I f . r 1 , V , I , .. I 5' -'H'-' f. ' - , .. - - ff, . im, ' Y- 3' M -, . ,,f.:.'f, ' 4"' ,. .i.4nL.4.:1'2,'i A .,,, .5 2 WX ' Q s z f X 'A 'f .0 C? 412 X ,i Q' --Ni E' ki The outlet for theatrical interests at Armstrong is this group whose memhers find opportunities either as actors or as crew members. During its first year in existence, the llasquers group, under the direction of hir. Irvine Smith, have sucessfully presented one-act plays, an operetta. and a three-uct play. if I x Rx 2? ,Y E' 'bf G' ':" "3"-. In "L NX ,' Ac, ,S , 'ax -Q +2 "N I I 4' ' f e'. , - 6 R 2 'X ' ff 'tif I -1. if YT? if I .AM X , , YU' I ,lo A-A 2:7 Ng "'O,'5 , 75 ' HELEN ALLRED .:." . N 'US P F h i ri an X ye. 2 -1 JOAN ANDERSON 14. U H. A ,399 3 -51.2301 fa W4 b JANE BRUNSON NI.-XRY .ANN COLLINS JEAN COPE JOAN COPE gf' - 5 MARIANNA COPPS NANCY ELLIOTT ,922 vw' ' 4 DOLORES HOWE iQ, 'K " MARY ANN BTCGRADY JOAN MENDEL ESTHER OVERSTREET , , f'S 493 'fvn I, , 'v' 'EI' A I-in I ' faqwv' 1 ,. 1 1- Vw' IU' MARY ANN PROCTOR JOAN SECKINGER RUTH SIMMONS SARAH WADE I. . f I j J 'rv 9 ,.., .Q ii' ' , 'nl ' s, -A d f PEGGY VVILBURN PATRICIA ZOUCKS mega .gororify 'uf 'T Li 35 if df' 1:7 X Al 14? FRANCES BRYANT NLXRY C.xR'rl,1m:E f'3,.. 1lb+,,,. 795: ' 5.1 - s in CAROL C1xsoN B.XRll.XR.'X Cu-:R ,ff X L NIIRIA N1 COWAN CARUI. D E Nm' Q7 Clxkm. EARN ENT IDIANE EVANS - L. 4 JEAN NE QSLOVER GLENDR HIGHSMITH M. Wx JOYCE LE ra PATRIQI.-x Ln'r1,E ELIZABETH LORD Ni.-XRY NORMAN f, 11" 'S' -.X HELEN O'CONNOR xy NIARY RYAN i L .W f fb, ,gf -lu 1257 ,.., ,Q Q-W ,sv dig, 6 'bv-. K ,J fx 4 E NORM,-x SHEFFIELD E A. 95 ' OYQE STEBBINS nr- E J -'27-f W ' , 5 R l 1- N . ,3z?5': ,.f'z' wjgif, s R , '51 'E 1 I ' E A-'- . N . M N ,. 1 w L 3 N ELSIE THURI-E 'A ii X , 1 , , . Y Y , is bH1RLEx IOMLIYNSON V43 ' A 'M ' fl Q rw 7' .AIUACL jan Mia Sororifg xx s .gut ,iff va I 1 1 img, E, as 4 M I V ' C7 CTI X 1:8 , L. f fs Wi' bf' 91 ,lf 'fi--..-gg . . f -wi. ' ,f ffm? 1,, - , , ,.,., vi 5. M 'XB-wi I,4vuQ-If1-lwc-11-llmffrlmlwred Ncenes from the Sophomore-F1'cNIm1an social in the fall fIl1dIhCIlIlHOXKC'C'I1IBSIDCC -J lr up v , Q F Q y ' J ,, Q.. f :' ti, 15" 91 '- X ' sg? f bl Cf? ls'-...Q f ,. .3 1 .- ! 5 S-R and" J' l v U w , A Fi P gn V , N K , ""M-. , , -- i 1 1 ,Iulm Dunne and Lollie Stelljcs in "The YVedding" Valedictorinn Ed Hobbs Below: Scene from thc Marquvx' pl'ULILll'lillIl "Un :x 'DLIIIIIIICIJ5 ljllyn ,A 5 ,55 -.... l , Q... .Ng .iw I V ' i YM 'TVN T , Y, ,,,,, .QW -,,. ,W . L J o I SPORTS . I ,I ,U gh' .N . K , If V 'li-'lr' -' .92 .5 z Q " '14, Y ' --'fi' I fix S' A 1 A ' fvx' 'ii .lk x, 0 ,. 4 - ",E1'r ' K' u f "' ,fl xg? bf if ' if Y-ugh, ..-, , L31 ,.,,.,g-u-I'---" New Hellenic gym--.X rmstronpg 'Geechees Home Court Armstrong College endeavors to assure its students of a successful future by prov1d1ng them with C1 spirit of sportsmanship, sound physical health, as well as an alert 1ntellect. i 'P ,sp Squaif IIII'II!,1l'I'.l' arf: Johnny Lamlwertson, john lNIattl1ews, Bill Kitchens, Bill Hull. Bill Parkerson, Glen Carthron, Morgan Blackburn, Bobby .-Xdann, Johnny Alfieris, Charles Paulson, VVarren Prim, james hlahany, Billy Lee, Sal Desposito. 1 1 fly' 5AI. DESPOSITO Cflffflllll Newcomers JAMES MAHANY and BILLY LEE 41" .-Irmstrong 60 -H 54 70 65 42 S0 61 72 72 50 50 51 56 29 -I-4 53 95 +5 BASKETBALL SCORES Opponrnt Srorc Armstrong Alumni 44 Parris Island 70 College of Charleston +6 Jacksonville jr. College +9 Brewton Parker Institute 59 jacksonville jr. College 39 Gordon Military Academy 40 Southern College of Pharmacy 29 YVest Georgia College 42 Georgia Southwestern College 35 South Georgia College 49 VVest Georgia College 3+ Middle Georgia College 53 Georgia Southwestern College 79 South Georgia College 35 Brewton Parker Institute 78 Gordon Military Academy 33 Southern College of Pharmacy 45 117th Nat'l A.C.VV. Air Guard 35 Middle Georgia' College Cancelled The Armstrong 'Geechees can report another successful year with fourteen wins and five losses l to their credit. They placed third in the State 1 Tournament. Coach Carmen Torrie Two of the high scorers prior to January 15th were Johnny Lambertson and Bill Kitchens, pictured at left. At the end of the season, players averaging the high- est scores were Sal Despo- sito, Bill Kitchens, Johnny Alfieris. Scenes from a basketball game between the Glama- zons and the Co-Eds, two of the girls' intramural teams. This game was played as a preliminary to the Armstrong 'Geechees - Georgia Southwestern game on january 20 at the Hellenic gym. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL STANDINGS Ifon Lost Sassy Strutters ,,,,,, v.r,, 5 0 Co-Eds ...... - ..,,..e 3 2 Slick Chicks e...... - ...e.V. ,...e 0 3 Glamazons 0 4 In the pre-season games the Sophomores defeated the Freshmen in 2 out of 3 games. WA" Club The Club is Composed of stu- dents who have been outstanding in ath- letics during the eur- rent year. Nlemher- ship to the Cluh au- tomatically accom- panies the award of an athletic letter. sl 'le ,Jdf "pl" Club l!I1'lIIl11'I'A' pirrizmui lwrf' ilIt'1llzi1'.' Ray Tucker, manager: Jack IThele, john Alneris, Morgan Blackburn, Bill Hull, Bill Parkerson, Billy Lee, Billy Adams, Bill Kitchens, VVa'rren Prim, John Niatthews, Sal Desposito. Tlmyf fllurzzi from Ihr pirtzzrf ar1'.' VVally Butler, manager, james hflahany, and Glenn Carthron. '26 k li I' Q -ami heer- leaders john McKay joan Cope Pat Zoueks Ruth Simmons no wr uma- -s OVIICOII Nil lltlill-X Q f-.wt 1008 lllb Gill fd ,N 9 Womelz s Intramural Board Sara YVade and joan Seck- inger, Sassv Strutters: Charlotte lNlcGailliard and Margaret Morrison, Co-Edsq Esther Over- street, Board Manager: Nana Copps, Glainazonsg Miss Morris, Mary Ann Collins and Connie john- son, Slick Chicksg Carol Cason, Glamazons. Metz S Intramural Board NEAL POPE 1,fHlff'I'.f ll ICNRY PRECl'lrIl Sfl1ufz1r5 lil DB B Y BREYVIZR Illllflfl' 13171-z'1'l'.i' X l Lou ers l l First I'0'LL'.' Billy Lee, Jackll Laughlin, Ramon Silvermamr Nick Chiotellis. Svrond row: Neal Pope, Murray Galin," Glen Hill, Donald King. , l f l l. Terrapins cholars Fir!! rr:-u'.' George Hart, Billy Murphy, Frank Melson, Delano Maurice. james Ma- IlllCy. Sffflllill rafts: Ralph Heise, Gene McCracken, Henry Precht, and Gerald Blocker. There is no photograph of the Terrapins because the majority of this intramural club's members have answered 21 call to the service. This is the second tour of duty for some ofthe members. Below is a list ofthe club members as of the Fall Quarter 1950. jack jaudon, Russell Martin, Oscar Daniels, john Lambertson, Edgar Fenn, Morgan Askew, Ed Cobb, Billy Kenney, Bobby Andrews. Kenneth Palmer, Jr., Paul Howard, Foy Smith, VVilmer Brewer, Robert V. Smith, Boyd Yarley, Sal Desposito, Bill Kitchens, Bobby Adams, ,lim Barlield, Julius Bennett, VVarren Prim, Robert Kicklighter, John McKay, Evans Nichols, jimmy Coker, Elton Calder, Meldrim Sykes, Norman Blackwell, julian Brannan, Corbett Coleman, Ralph Banks. C0-Eds The Co-lids won the volleyball tourna- nient which was helrl during the fzill quar- ter. They won live games while losing only one. Fin! I'fl'Ll.'.' Delirn Swartz Nlarthzi Boyd, Margaret Mor rixon, Charlotte lNlCG:1illi:ircl hlary Lou Byerlv, Ruth Siln inons. Sftllllii l'IIQL'.' lNlz11'garet Nladiwn, Carol Dendv, .loan Fitzfimmons. jon n -I ewe Hzirharn Uler, Betty Loral, , , ? Norma Sheffield, Mary A ' Frances XVomhle. Q ...Qi ' "K itil 'li 5' an y , -ad.. mtg." Ll 1lv:Q"""" 'J ' we ,F 9'3"-'eq"-ff. X 'T' , . Y eff . J 3 il, 4 H N-Z lm i i X Glamazons Diane Evans Nana Copps Carol Czrson Diane Malone Dolores Howe Louise Cowart Slick Chicks First rofw: Ada Goodman, Dolores Garmer, ,Ioan Pritch- ard, Mary Ann Collins, Con- nie Johnson, Patsy Hargett, Louise Newton. Second ro-un' Sara Goodman, Polly Parrott Lollie Stelljes, Reba Xvilliami son, Edwina McCune, Peggy VVilburn, Nancy Elliott. Sassy trutters The Sassy Strutters won two Champion- ships thisyenr.Sarah llizide of this group won the Ping-pong crmyn. The cluh lin- ished the basketball season undefeated. LI'fI'ffl1'i!jllf.' 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THE CITY OF SAVANNAH CONGRATULATES ARMSTRONG COLLEGE It believes that the plan for a sound education and for scholastic attainment instituted by Armstrong since its incep- tion has been of unusual benefit to the welfare of the city. Its hope is for continued prestige and for the incentive of the youth of Savannah to avail themselves of the oppor- tunity of acquiring knowledge and preparing for the future by taking advantage of the excellence of Armstrong College. The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah J 0IlN G. BUTLER COMPANY PAINTS - GLASS BVILDING NIATERIALS NIILLXVORK and HARDXVARE Store 2-1161 Plant 2-1164 Nearly ll Cf'lIfIlT3' of Senficff .Q '. - V ' A .- -.' Cffmzplinzents of DESBUUILLUNS lc'u'6If'rs 126 Bl'Ollg11lOIl St., East Agents for CQORHARI kk Town SILVER Morris Levy's SAVANNAITS FINEST STORE FOR MEN AND SHOP FOR XVONIEN Crnnplzmen is 0f S. II. KRESS 8: C0. 5-10-256 Variety Store -It's Refreshmeni. . . And It's All Value E A 8452172 5 D1 ASE Hum X 1 Dos, .mx Q E.,-A ,1 QQJQY 111 H U 5100 ' 11 , 9 N Us d E f J G: vo1,,,ilhl..i Q I -, I 9 Q Q - r- I .1 W YA -V . hy , 2 ., ' ' "-'I ' x I g nm" -I- 1: 7511 ' ' ik-7 L .- X . 1 I7 I v. F ,f Q . N - "IRI: ' 801153 ' ni- 1m'f',..-' v' V r 17 . un. . -'-T ve 3.11 . :nu In I Bulmg '.-154 in 1 5 5' ,t I sr I 1 1 ' ' I4 l' I I I 1! ' I1 f.-ff-fm: '1"'f X 1 a Kmbqn IOTTLE 0498 AWNOIITY OI TNI COCA-COM COMPANY 0 THE SAVANNAH COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO SAVANNAH GAS COMPANY 4 Savannalfs Oldest Public Servant TRIPLE XXX '1'H1RsT s'1uxT1oN Victory llrivc zlcross from Grayson Slzlclium COIlllJ1I.HlCIIfS Mews Quality Shop JOE LFSSFR imma of KllP1JClll1CllllC1' Good Clothes ouk "c:oI.LEc1-1 SIIOPU IS A SHOP XVITHIN A sHoP you x'oUNG MEN Wllll Wy S f W l N Y-121-azzzsgaai ' J ' 1 , l-,l . -ff' J f f ' -j.."'.f-' ' ff ' A Q 'fE2fiiriQ'itss55f f--- -1-- ' f " F , ,.-.rf X jul 1 X f, ZZ THE seen! quipped with a wing, the seed of the pine tree flies through the air with the greatest of ease, but unlike the man on the flying trapeze it affords no thrill to spectators and serves no purpose in remaining aloft. It would be impossible to even estimate closely the number of seed produced annually by seed-bearing trees on Georgia's 25 million acres of forest land. Yet we know that many billions of these seed germinate and produce seed- lings or young pines which, if protected from fire, will within a few years produce income for their owners and raw material for the state's expanding forest products industries. Nature provided the pine seed with a wing and nature does a better iob of reforestation than man, if adequate seed trees are left following a wood harvest and proper fire protection is afforded the cut-over area. We cooperate with nature in the production of trees on our own lands and encourage our neighbors to do likewise. This is good business for us and good business for the landowners from whom we purchase pulpwood. I 0 BAG Fkffll G av .Q C6 ' SAVANNAH G EURGIA UI lvl rg---ff f ' 9 IKIT 1'xl1A'lliUllA' .llllkf rlvllflhl' Dwlauf C0711 fI1I.Il1t'IIfS of WDAR J J f,'lHlIl1IIIlllf'lIf.S of ilu' Ruth Goodman Ballet School ull St. -1-2860 S'1'.X'1'IONLlRY AND Olflflflli Sl'I'I'I,I1-QS CARGILL C0. GRIQIAQTIXCQ CARDS S State St.. hut Since 1878 .S'1lz'um1r1l1 fs' I.f'IlfHlIg and I,argesl Ilejmrfnzenf Store EMM, . Savalmah Born Savzmnuh Owned Snvzmnah Operated dw- M4 frm! Num: in Qatlzzhg "SUITS THE SOUTH" SOUTllEBN PIIOT0 SERVICE, INC. C1-xw1,EY's s'1tUmO P1iOlO Finishing - Goimuercial - PO1'l1'ail - Supplies 1200 111111. S'1'Ri-im' PHONE 4-4493 Nights - Sundays - Holidays ---- 3-2280 SAVANNAH. CQEORGIA 2 1 Offieial 'Geeelzee Plzotogmplzer CHATHAM PIPE 8: SUPPLY C0. KOHLER PLUMBING FIXTURES PIPE - VALVES - FITTINGS Phones 2-0143 - 2-0144 513-519 West Jones Street SAVANNAH CQEORGIA 9 "Where Superior Service, Quality Products and Better Values Prezfailu Shoes for the Entire Family Quality Since' 1892 4 Globe Shoe Company I7 EAST BROUGHTON XfVe Invite Your Patronage Serzfirzg Savannalz Since 1868 W , Iiroughton :mtl Baruartl Streets and 23 East Broughton Street Compliments of RASKIN'S "WOMEN PREFER RASKIN'S SHOES, BAGS, AND HOSE" 235 BRot'oHToN ST., XV. Hrs! IVisl1cs Ifronz I I , U t N INSURANCE AGENCYQINC. " Uoaworzaf ifiutbcf' Au. Fomts or INstvRANcr:-Exc:f:PT Lllflf 7 E. Bay St. THE VIIICE 0F 'l'0IlAY 'lihe daily newspaper is the Voice ol' loday-the Herald of 'liomorrow. Regardless of how many books one might read or how much of science. literature or philosophy may be learned from them, the daily newspaper and it only, can supply the current information on which knowledge 111ay be applied to daily life. To students there can be truthfully said this-the newspaper is and always will he. the light ol your future power. Satmnnab warning sins l SAVANNAH EVENING PRESS SAVANNAH. GEORGIA OUTFITTERS TO YOUNG AMERICA TOWN AND CUUNTBY .I . C . P E N N E Y Style and Value Center Tj'f7f1'1lH'Y ffmf' Ellgffl of the Coastal Empire 4 l Harms Photography Bull and Perry Streets 4 SAVANNAH Ci:oRt:1A Tel. 55-3220 Telephone 3-3214 23 XV. lVAYNk Office Phone 4-5157 Res. Phone 4-5157 I D E A L Plumbing - Heating 504 EAST LIBERTY STREET SAVANNAH, GA. 4 "You Get ll Square Deal at the IDEAL" PATRONS DON AULD'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP 340 Bull Street ALNUTT MUSIC COMPANY 240 Broughton Street, YVest MANGEL'S 15 Broughton Street, East COLLEGE NOOK Opposite the College on Bull AL CHASKIN l2l Lust Broughton Street SAVANNAH FLOOR COVERING COMPANY 409 East Broughton Street JOE GARDNER'S 110 East Broughton Street BUSCII PLUMBING C0 4 PLUMBING AND REPAIR XNORK 4 2011 Atlantic Avenue Phone 3-1675 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Congmtulations Graduates. . . In this book we have done our utmost to help you recapture the spirit of your school days and the beauty and charm of your surroundings. We hope that it will be the means of recalling to you, the many pleasant associations and ex- periences that lie behind you, in the years to come. STANDARD EN GRAVIN G CO. Savannah, Georgia " -iff " ' -C . 1. N03 X . 4 em., ,..L-. I, .S , , ,M . , .,. ,,.. ,- ""' -yen-sv . 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