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

 - Class of 1956

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FOR REFERENCE ,O Noi Take Home 'His f.c7:m LIBRARY f.'l 3, . S a rv- . O J'-Q A ut. v,. . 1 3. Qdhfv av. lv I' 4 ' ' Y I. P N '1 f : . Y K R all 1 44, 4 , A . . .3 a Ola o I' qc Ea . . -7 . 15, . -' 'ffz-Sv w' 1' ff! 1 n ' r 36558 Q46A'5A06J gf UA? ,saw Of ARMSTRLUNG CULLEGE OF SAVANNAHI SAVANNAH, GEORGIA TABLE UI? CCPNTIENTS FEATURES ...... ADMINISTRATION . SPORTS ...... GRGANIZATIONS . . CLASSES ..... - BEAUTIES . . . ADVERTISERS . . H956 E 1CAT1lUN gi ,.32'3,1 !,' 1 ,f YF if ii' , 3, V Xlrs. Klargaret Spencer L1111, is. we feel, XVl'll-lil'Nt'I'YiI1Q of the 1950 xci1,'t'ChL'i' I7e1liu:1tin11, A 1111-111 r of the original .'xI'IUSfl'UIlQ' f:1c11lt11, Klrx. Lulu 11:15 5C'VYKfl1 the enllege T:11rl1full1 Yllfllllgll 11111111 uf 1111 lI1ICTVt'HiI1g years. A teacher nf Frm-11ch and If11gliwh, Nhe huld5 :1 1lvgree 111 the 111-Id nf H1lIS1L' :ls well IN French. has been Z1 strong s11pp111'ter nf the mwe zlerive Ntunienr F1111 I1 Clnlw the worde to nur fine Al : NI' -' " c . 111111 is cn-z111thnr 111 1111 . .1111. fb :Q X' m U fN6rxfT 'N f cg ,fi gg f G24 FWLLY 5 X '45 -...f ,Nr s. N'-. Ihc iwginning uf a :ww quarter. e grain' .incl lwxiuty of hifturic Szivaiinzih are czxpturenl in the Armstrong Building which hmiwx our administrzition. ' 'Q 2 'W 8- r -1 - ,. .Qf-"U, fi 4 The quiet, dignified appearance of Jenk- ins Hall, with its first floor classrooms, gives no hint of the hilarity which takes place upstairs in the auditorium. Hodgson Hall, our library and home of the Georgia Histor- ical Society. lts air of auster sobriety is symbolic of the role it plays in our cam- pus life. . ff, , Ti F' I . A 'X d., I ,. Geniuses HD :it wo yv 1 ' J x ' 4, ..a- U? Q-.35 iff ,, ' rg 'Ji Z, ' aw 4- -- I 5 Sff ,J ulvivct ix ll lim' topic fm' them- liiulwgy Ntmlcnts. N,UC.mrie5 in the making, 'Ixhr' pvrfc-fr Netting Tm' nur up-ru-llzltv math :xml wicncc' dcpzlrtmvnts is Gzlmlw :1 lwzultiful and mmlvm building. The Hunt Building contains our dance studio and home economics department: and on the ground floor is our newly remodeled stu- dent center, better known as the "dump," -klnr M1 ui.- ff' Ty, S! Il ff, tv 1 1 2 I Y' :ff 4.., HQMUECUMUING 1 Os,' L. 5 y 1 4 v o' 4 Q V,- ,-.1 'I - F! 7 5 . 'fig fgr- ' ' wi , ,H f , 4 1 -4, Q 'y' fb. Iluttic Huxley and Uicky Adznns ruled over 'Homecoming as Freshman King and Queen. i -Ri Q-Qi' . I' 4 ' Sli: I Q . t A y. .ki!'1gi4 . .ia J! Th , i, I fbi e King and Queen with the members of their court who fire, left tn right. l"i-iw XYri'fhr. Xnthzin Rabhan, Carolyn lhly, Larry Gzirvis, Dottie, Uieky, -ferry Xluller, Gene Pit'i't'm', Ray Kiilpzttriek :ini Barbara Johnson. Last y'ear's King and Queen, Kyler Craven and Jane Pincknex' crowning this year's King ll Queen. 1 7, af 1 lhf- rvcclvlrwghm-turthixu1rY mml ll Hu IIICUIIIIUIQ CC1C'lWI'2lfiUI1 zlwzlitw the first gucxts. G9 4. 1 re I'E'ihll1C'I1fS at our rho dance- . . . Nimply fllblllwllri I'l0IHC'CUI11iI1Q Reception wclre delicious . , . 1 nf 111' ',.xX S l "5 1 fl -X xg-xx l .X ! sf! mf Ihiv Year was French Apache The Hrst dance Style. Nqy W 'VALENTINE DANCEES 1 47 lhl hflTl9fI'lJl1llJllT X ml incl 11:1 X vcd any asht rub? Assexnblies c-very other XVednc-bday . . . Stand- ing room only! unhf Burton scores again ini " ? 1 A , .-. ' 1' , f , av i f-1 , nl . A xv- - 5 I x , 'rx ' 1'2" ' ww 'W :Sf ,, -f 'A' l X .. .-"""? Al Ng... .... PANORAMA m't fall. ficnv. Fir VY ,'N?5f,' . ' ,U sk 'Goff -ef tw V J: -,, 9054 1 7 ' W 1 Q Q . - .I ' 1.5: . 1 yi 'V W1 A 'Af - -- im- ' . , , 4 "7 ff A fm A 7 fi. LM Ffifif - 1 x . . v . Q 4 Scum- people would do anything to get their picturv taken . . . own "l make :1 motion wc hive 'x hUllSt'PZlI'fj' Y" work Y mm- uf thou- iI'lf1llN4JllS infm'nmls. 3 f N Q iq, 4 R' r 1 5-g-...-.-.uv -wtf .5..,f...n .-uv-ogg-as-.a-lpllltni I, ,a is ' Ilfi'-X J ,,. I JACK E. CRY, JR. WVILLIAM A. EARLY H. LEE FULTON JUDGE VICTOR B. JENKINS THE ARMSTRONG 1., AR, iz' , .. 1 . , iff .ff Q J S K' -,,,l. 1 ,-sal? HERBERT L. KAYTON COLLEGE QCONIMUISSION HERSCIIEL V. JENKINS Chairman I. .Lit JOSEPH H. HARRISON Vin'- Chairman MAYOR W. LEE MINGLBDORFF 449' ix? ....., DR. HELEN A. SHARPLEY '-ON f-.ai i Jol-IN F. PIDCOCK JUDGE FRED WEssELs, JR l"' hx. . --P Xa F ,iyg - 2 3 5 -Maize PRESIDENT HAWES The year 1956 has been a vital one at Armstrong. Enrollment has soared, changes necessary to a dv- namic curriculum have been made, and improvements and repairs to the college are noticeable everywhere. The guiding force behind these signs of progress is our President, Foreman NI. Hawes. ln his nineteenth year as president of the college, Klr, Hawes deserves the tribute of the 'Geechee staff and all students for his fine administrative abilities and qualities of leadership. As we all know the Presidents ofhce is readily accessible to the student with any kind of question or problem, and Klr. Hawes' interest in student affairs, his insistence on the student's right of self-government has been a strong factor in strengthening the power of the Student Senate. OlFlFll4ClERS OP THE COLlLlEGlE DR. ARTHUR XI. G1GNiLi.i.1.T Vice President of the College and Director of the Evening College Q-' 'N I5 Miss LORRAIN E ANCHORS Registrar Miss JULE ROSSITER Secretary and Treasurer of the College STAFF HELEN MEIGHEN Taylor's Business School 'Q' -v-,Q 1.19, rv' "QC" 5' RAY ROWLAND VIRGINIA MA1'rsoN Lzbrarign Ayszusfanl to Librarian A.B., Mercer University, M. DlCklI'lSOD College of Librarianship, Emory. JANE BLAND A.A., Armstrong College ,ful 1 . I X GEORGE NICHOLS Richard's Business School ' ' J y' 1' ' ,R X. MINNIE CAMPBELL Banks Secretarial School Xe. X ELIZABETH Hrrr Armstrong College sf , .,L.V 5 , . ,,,q Q EUZAEETH PoUNn jo ANNE RoUKos G-S-C-W-, State Teachffs Certificate in Secretarial College Science, Armstrong College . .nf-. f FACULTY ' '-Esta - l x .7 Q . N .,mf+s' 'fir ARTHUR W. CASPER B.S., Beloitg M.S., Uni- versity of VVisconsin, M.S., University of Geor- gia. essay ., Lit" .w .1 , R.. ,. va- 'Q . E .- 4 . . - , . ,dvzflfflf ' . ' 3'ffS' Ii t ' 2 T - 1 .fiiiq if x? ' ' 3 f1.cQ?g.95Qg . V .-.ofa - 4 N J., A, "gin: gh- fs I' ' f 5, V . E y 4 LA .. 7 ' -1?N,f"! ' t I will . ii fs, ' , gr .V 'gd--tl . ' 'Jiri . ' . . 4. Q X I 4 JOSEPH W. GREEN Instructor in English. B.A., Birmingham-South ern College 3' M.A., Vand erbilt Universityg Gradu ate VVork, Vanderbilt Uni versitv. ,-s-..as- HUBERT HAVVTHORNE Instructor in Enginfcring. Mechanical Engineer. 4 f, JAMES CHARBONNIER Instructor in Frfncli, Gcr man and History. A.B., B.S., Geneva College, Geneva University, Switz erlandg B.D., Drew Uni versityg A.M., Yale Uni versity: Doctor of Let- r0'q 't .3 .J ' ,l ' -ff f VV. ORSON BEECHER Instructor in History. A.B., M.A., Emory Uni- versityg M.A., University of Georgiag Graduate VVork, Emory University. BO pas.-.5 'L- LAMAR W. DAVIS Instructor in Busincss Ad- ministration. B.S., M.S., University of South Car- olinag Certified Public Accountant. ters, Geneva University. RosA B. HOPSON Instructor in English and Frfnch. A.B., Middlebury Collegeg M.A., University of Georgiag Certificate from Sorbonne University. 4? 5 ESSIE DUNCAN JENKINS Instructor in Typing. Owensboro Business Col- lege, Kentucky. STEPHEN P. BoNo Instructor in Engineering. B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology. JOSEPHINE S. DENMARK Instructor in Home Eco- nomics. B.S., Georgia Teachers Collegeg M.S., University of Georgia. 61- 7' an JOSEPH I. KILLORIN Instructor in History. A.B., St. john's Collegeg M.A., Columbia Univer- sity. li il v , 'f l M . lVIARG.-XRET SPENCER LUBS Instructor in English and Frrnrh. B.M., Converse Collegeg A.B., University of Georgiag M.A., Co- lumbia University. JANE THOMAS Row1.AND ow, -EE: ELMO M. MCCRAY lnsirudor in Biology. B.S., M.S., University of Ala- bama. 1 M ROY JEssE Sms Instructor in Biology. A.B., Instructor in Physical Ed- Bessie Tift Collegeg M.A., Emory University. umlion. B.S., David Lips- comb Collegeg M.S., Uni- versity of Tennessee. ZX if 417:-TP -Qc ..4t. ,w.. -. ,,. fV' Insirurinr in Clzrmislry. BS ' -1 i ROBERT l. STROZIER Instructor in EngliJl1.A.B., Graduate Study, Univer- sity of Georgia. DOROTHY THONIPSON lnslrurfor in Pxyrlzology and Sociology. A.B., Mon- mouth College: M..-X., Northwestern: Certificate in Psychiatric Social VVork, VVestern Reserve University. Louis A. THOMPSON Inylrufior in Busllzrxs :lil- mlnixlrrzizon. lNl.B..'X., LL.B., University of Geor giag Certified Public Ac countant. JOHN iNlORRlS Ptincetong M.S. v Georgia Institute of Tech- nology. f,.a4.,L --QW., v. Q . JACK H. PADGETT Izzslrurtor in illlllllflllllllfj. it v "3 ,at di' 111 - M, 1. 9 1 ..-4" i.gM., M . J, HARRY PERSSE 1IIJ'fl'1lt'lfH' in .lIuJi1. A.B., VVoflOrd Collegeg B.F..X., Vniversity uf lN1.A., University Of North Georgiag NLM., Florida Carolina. State Vniversity. DOROTHY M. XVADE IIlJlI'lll'f0l' in Physical Ed- uratirnz. B.S., University of Tennessee. :RL - K. K . 'T' gb. 5 s. A ' G1..1.DYs Nicnors ZILCH Ill,ffI'1H'l07' in Commrrrf. Diploma, Gregg College lNOrmal Schooljg Special Courses, Vniversity Of Florida, University of Nlichigan. ff-c. ff X. Q7 Fi X .4-.Cs I- lam- in - .un .- 71-.-4 auf'-xx '71 A .. , ., P1 N- , an vdii xv.: 'MY' 1 4 l -amrwUix 'Yi-1 Ili! iw f if fi ' 5 gy: 2. . 1 ,A .K 1 J' 1' , 1 Q. ' 'x Q J 4 lf' ' ,y- K Q t - .. xx x'd.'.f1 V I I ,-I., Jil! ,134 f,Vwp,Je4n? 'Vu ' . , .1 -1 f V ' v X' - ,N r Q NJA , , -, - , LQJN .Y-., - 'gk-. 'lt Q - .5 515' " ' wr ' ,, A- 4 , . xg. , 1, ,4 'u ,- ..,r- .xx QQ I. Xfff KQmy1 . .914 x ' .X ,X,a, A 'A AN, N J ,414 1 +A -I ' Aff, I4 -A " ...L 7-'XPS 4. ,K gba, , A wh. "-14. . 3 A 's 'Y x ff! ,-, 'x 1 'A ,' V' 5 gf, .,. ,I L. f 317' cS5.i5.f1 .Qs 27 1 vii A NJ? f" ' . -,, A -- . 4, , X4 Q-agafp 1 l-v' .' 'ki' xv fwfn . ,., - : fel --4 324 ' 'E 1 4 if n 1 K Ros' Sims Cnzzflz P VARSITY BASKETBAL The 1956 'Geeehees, under the capahle leadership of a new eoaeh, Roy Sims, with only three hold-overs from the previous year, hegan the season slowly. The going was rough at first hut hy mid-season the team had gained considerable polish and was ahle to hetter its record in the latter part of the season hi' winning five out of the last seven games. The total numher of 'Geeehee points for the season was l,37o making an average of 68.8 per game. .'1r1rz,flrn11f1 Uppurzrzzfx S0 Georgia Southwestern 72 71 .Xlumni 65 76 Georgia Southwestern 97 67 G.T.L'. Freshmen S2 60 Brewton Parker 90 S3 .Xhraham Baldwin 89 59 G.M.C. 62 74 Norman Park 63 S2 Brewton Parker 9X 74 G.T.C. Freshmen 102 74 South Georgia 67 70 Southern Teeh 69 62 Norman Park 75 62 South Georgia 53 70 .Xhraham Baldwin 102 70 G,M.C. 66 76 Glynco 33 75 Glyneo - 49 State junior College Tournament in Maron X4 Middle Georgia R9 Regional Tournament in Vidalia 75 Chipola 91 -5 - fi V- . ' fr'-L , .Frfxfii Tiki ' "1' 7 Q fi i V , 'iiv- V 1 L' -iii ,-4' g 'ui if' a':r""""'f'T7"7 A " N l A l L- 1 xx I s DICK W'.,iL1.,xcE Dxxitx HEI. Co-Czzptaizzf N1l.Y est' tru' had rhv lriglrtxr ,por mg I1Xl'I'il!l'N. .-A 'vw-Y-vi ,Tonx Mrosu XXl1.1,1,u1 Snow CHARLES MVRPHY IIHINIVNHK Anothvr uf liillx Knight!:1tm'111':1tv hu-llpx. John 'lhornpxon adding two mort' points to the score. Not only did "Smoky" end u tht, xc-zoom Ituuling in total poinn, hut also he received the trophy sponsored hy Ashlex It-going for the highest foul shooting percentage. ,,. .Y ,W ...r .x, gr P xx . N V f . i ,-' -A-. x A 1 W . ,f X -.1 Tuok JON.-XNSEN ID.-WA HELMLY The toss-up beginning our first game of-the season. Dick lVallace oluved center position. 2 2 ? 4 , ' 1 32:13, f iv" -553 2 i The "A" Club members, consisting of varsity lettermen from the previous year, are Galen Myers, Wallace Beasley, John Thompson, and Dana Helmly. 4 Q , i nm, ' , . 'ere o . game Add'n rnuch Splflt to me gamils lyebe XVri,2ht on the front YOW 1 ri ' ,, Rhnqey an v , 'h rison, alternate, ri51lztthCB are Josie G ne Pierce, txanq I Oi L' da Nease- Qn the hack YOW ar? .E olvn lhlv, alternate? and m A 'rr Gail Fountain. Cwtam' Knight and Wallace observe Thor Johansen! form. to ur eheefleaufm' ""' .0 n li if i third: -in N? 4 - yt l. , . . ' ji'-. .Aja . ff' B '21 LY f-ig, "-5 -, 1 ,JI 41,-7 Q. ,. , ..f'f.,,r K Louis Rawls, enthusiastic Geeehee llanager, even don- H64 a uniform and made two points during the Glxfnco here, ' William Short, State Tourney Honorable helen- tion Winner, makes one of his fabulous set shots 'if if ' T' 5 '. ' F" 'Www-fr 133 ' 'fiat-.,HA,,, - -.1 it. '-gf . ' 'lv-ld . 'WQY N f. 'M Z-1 K gf! Q A . , W. 5 H ., 'Q ,, u A 2 J . xl jd .3 v is 'L df". . 2 , C--J 7 I , 1 , 1313 N, '- V .V I 5 5 i I I Q, Q1 lllqfl' fl if wi itz: , QQ ' m an - 'ir m -.--A ow if pi i 015: H34 ,WW . fwim The ,Geechees leaving for their first road trip of the season. gf 11 r - 1-1.1 1 XX 11 iirlf l11rrz1111111':1l H11:11'1l i111'l11111w Xlrx. 'll 11 .-X1111 Hale, -l111'l1111' K1-11111'1ly. l,.11x1 U111f1, K:11l11'111 l.i11, 111111 R215 I71111l:1p. H11111'1i Klz111:1g1'1'. ffl, K IRS. XX-,-KDE 1 11111 Q1lI'1iI1l1, 1111111111 I-Imghni-I-' QUIK- Nfm' Ar'h"' Khan, I7:111111 L'1'11111z111 131111111 Um x H11:11'1l. 1 .M 5 'und -X hut fI'lll11 um- ut thc- 111tr:1111111'z1l g:11111-N lust full. 1111:1g1'1. :1111i IJQ11111 Hvlmlx 111:1Iq1- ll 1 1111 ,Z4 fi hut in haskethah and C roXyn Stacy ...J 'Yhh team showed a Xot of HIXXXCXKC ahkhty thh year by coming, out . vuheyhnh, Frfnzi rofw: Xoyce Nhncey, Gaye Hone, ConnKe Owens, juha Brannenx, fa 1 Svumd runs: .Xnn Sheppard, Mary Mathews, Kkuye Sponseher, Anne Danxds. Thzrd rofw ' ' Bavhzxva Burton. Fourth rms: Anne Hake, Captakn. Fehe VN nght, Dewi: . e the man Y hyuibge . , W Y e mad this Year th. li team placed t ' hlrd I fffi I. 'I fn. F ' M Il'g Roaeli nfdy 21 Ofnst ' .n aptainr Gln' Fr - Sally ances D .' Flovd unaw -I . 1 . . Joan Luiig Cizil Allen C y a ' , I . A nan Alexaanrgihn Ihly, G o 9 r v r, Beth. Sami? Piercedje yn a lx ' ' le. ' ackie K , en- K S A S S Y s N 'A Av, X INTRAMIURALS 'Ia H his ' ff'-3m , 6556 Af 5h0yyed ' I afgarf-t O .hat Qual- V 'len' P H-l C0unr -, at Dug, Q mo- .l', Ca . le tha Pfam- , '7 Quan 1 .Nan tlfv , ,. L. C5 linden! fff ,U H. Jn, p 4. , .0751 CG L A M A Z O N S Zifllcla Bel. Dottie' K her, M ffifr, R oily lllillialllill liven though this team placed fourth, they put up some real Cornpetition. S'lm1.lir1g1, lr-fl fo rigflflf Catherine Cetti, Gloria Howell, sludy Carter, Helen Morekis, Eliznbetlu Vlfxsels, Ruth Tamo- Saitis. Slanding, lfff lo riglzff Dolores Thee. Nlary Kathryn Liu, Captain: Linda Nease, Irma Davis. julia YVessels, Barbara jones. Fl "4 ll, ll li .AX P 1 . N 1 s. .N., J I wwli' Q i.. 46 -l ,L ahh, K., BUYS ? 1 A 'B -E ' 5. llu' lf'l'IIlPlllN uflerud still Lwmxp:-litiml In llnslr uppunvllts. Frm!! Imax' Vlullus llurnxtrin, George llnlligzm, ,lulm Kurxm-N, Nlzxrtin Swlljw, and Xulsun Kvwlvr. limi' ruQc.' rlllilllllly Foughner, luli Ill xlllillllll RJ K' ' ' ' ' ' ln Nlll ll' ld 5 llpntrlvlx, lllrlx NYallm'P, lxltnn Spawn, Clmrlex Nlurp . : H l la' . S CC H be X bw L -7. A A1 I fwzcf Bu nm .Q-rf' Ilu-Ne' 'Irv ilu- flu R ' 'sv l l 1 w 'M' -M' '-'fi..':'5""- .QU .,,. -v ww--V f "' .J al .mpx m lHlNlxlll1flll .xml lumlwqlll. .Xwf1r,.l.' lum l.1n:1nu nml l.c'c W 1-lllx. limi' vlq lili--, -lulm Xmnug, llillx Nzxumlvrw, llvrlwln Ykirlrmvr, lumix Rawls, Ualvn Myers, l l5Jnm' Krwnuzm. EINTRAMIURALS L 'N ,B Q A F E R S In spite of placing 3rd in fmmtlmll and -hh III lwznlxc-Ilwzlll, Ihr I,u:1fvrN slwwcwl Z1 lm uf Npiritv rrllml lrfl In rizflllf Sum Slwvr, It'Tt'lTlY Millvr, IAIll'I'f' cfLlI'XiH, Xzxtlmn Ralwhnn, l'r:111k HHH, lack l3l'U5SOPUlll0,N, :md Hill Ruth..SIu11Ji11yf.' .Xrvlmic Clnzm, lid Cnhizl, :mai Rm Ilihtillllli. 3 G A T U .aa R Ranking.: Znd in fmnlmll 11ml 'Hlx in !mmM-tbzlll, thc- Ciatmx Nlmmwrl ilu' zllvilitu-N uf ll xwll- ruumled tm-am. I'-l'lllIf Vflflll' Tum Kflllfflllflllll. Nh-lvin llirwh. Xx'illilHll .Xllt'Il, 411111 Dunn llvimlx. Burk 1'U'7.L'.A Hills' Knight, Vhaxrles Strivklami, wlnlm 'I'lmmpmn, :md Xxviuilllll Slmrt. .eco X W NK x,,.J 4 .,.. I i - -'-'U'-u--o'4r1h -can-, -- -our - - 4.-.. -- ,pb ff! 1 5 .M 4 "'-an-.f. .Y H+ x I o , ,gf 5 e-A .ff W. Y' + v 4' 1305, J' HQ' LL v- . . Q. '11,-'- H' - .. 'X I ,Avf 'iv w .2. , ,f ,. .vi 1 , 1 JI -i .9 ws. 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Uivlx .XKl.llIIN, xllllQlllt'l Uuulxx, l'g1t llutlx. Nlilflx rlmmca, Katlmrxn l.iu, Kay Dunlap, Faro g ' 'Q . V ' . :Ill-1, lgwlxir Kvnm-llx, 'lhnx Qtllllv, Iiml'1 YQ-.1-c, l,g1rrx'U41rxix,lNlelxin lllrsvll, klxllllllllf' Fong NIIKW lie-Hx iii mllnmr luzx Nlk mx, l,1llllIN lin ixlllv llzumx XYquul. .Xml llulv, 5l'l'l1'Illl'X'Q .Xlfxul l4.nlwr, Suplmumrc l,l't'NlllL'Ill. ovvr lust plmtugrzlplls :mal copies went into Qlwc' Staff PI'CNC'I1fr tu you in amnuzll. GE ClHIlElE T A g?.f:,..,- f ":'1'---42i1"v',I'f',' ' -' ghffsgf m-fb T' ffz' rf f We . 1 ff, rf 'lille 'C lcccllcv xvprvwlltf flu' wurlc of lI'FSl1I11Zl!1 :xml supllmnmc' Ntualf-nts who work 3' i tngetlwr tu rvccml rhis jt'2l!'lS zlctixltlcs. l l l Klum ll0llI'5 of work llllcsl wlrh Culllllxlwtl 5 E MN M-u-.,,,.-Lrsmx V rhe lllillilllg-I of rlu' llllI1ll2ll. 'lllll' V930 'llcvf Wx .-S 'Ui W. 1 :fb fi 1 Cnrnlxn Stacy, 'iieechc-el sditnr, Npvnt Illilllj' hours uf uorlx In get Illf' annual 2 l V, a l N x l.1'fl In fillllff Ray Kilpatrick, Frzlllrcs llllnawzly, .lt'l'l'f Mullvr, Ruth llg-wc, Ml. Harry Persse, Mardy Miller, Boll Nlills, Pat Dufly, cllI8l'lt'llC VVelvl1, Carolyn Stacy, Kathryn Liu, Tim Fitzsimmons. readx. Tim lfitnilmnonx handled mu' .Xl llt1PHl'-IIHCIII. GEECHEJE Xvifh the growth of the xchool the prob- Po XJ lem of ll larger st:1H was mlezllt with success X ln the cooperation of its members. Xlr. Hzrrrx Pl'I'Nsl', our .Mix nor, hr-1 wed us UI'C1lI- . I y-. f . . . , . ' lx ID INFCUIIQ the miezulllne. lhe coopera- tion of the 2lllIlliI1iSfl'2ll'iY? mtzlff. faculty. Y and the student burly enzrlwlccl the 'Geechee I Stuff to make our nnnuzil 21 success. 1 J I 1 I 5 I I iwvlnng rin I-vvxww rm' of IIIIIIHN reads wax In-wx' Muller, BLINIIIVNN XY Xa X, aw fx Xinxmnyu. 'U- Qs julia Hrunnen, Soplmomore Editor, and Gene Pierce, Freshman Editor, made sure who were the freshmen and who were the sophomores. XMI: .Icc1xr1l1f'r' ur-rv 'fxxrll lu I. B, lynn, Xx-ielzlllt l4llNilH'W NIfl'W33-54"- and Huy Hyg14Hay1'r1. 'pxu1'!11lQ' l'cilIm1l'. If fi 35 15.1 XS 4? Z 26 Ii11,vf11w,v,t Stuff frfmz frfl fn rig!!! urn: Bob Mill, Rummy HI'flLlf0I'il, Rn 1 lind llornxtein, Dottie Haxley, jerry Nlullcr, Eliyalwtli llmvzirtl. uml Rav KilpatriClt. Sfflfrtf frrmi lr-ff fn rigfflff Kathryn Liu, Organization Editor: Fl'IlllCt'5 l,lll'X3XY2lN, I'xt'llIllI't' lftlitur. Sftlflnfllllfl riff: Charlene Vlllwlv, .Xssistnnt flljlllllilllflitll Fditurg Cunnic Uxwm, luis- mnr Feature Iitlimr. 0:1 'B 'T W 'Ei ,5 l Srafrd frolm lrft Io riqllff Evelyn lNlnllia, Sporta Fmliturg I':it Dully, Beautx Iiditurg Hardy Miller, Fziculty l'tli- tnr. 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SCIENCE CLUB T7 Science Club meetings are directed by Freddie Drexel, President of the Science Club. 4 4 S f 1 A f - t5b-4 Attending the joint field trip to the Southern Paperboard Company were: Bob Burpirt, Nathan Rabhan, Freddie Drexel, Mr. jack Padgett, Tommy Foughner, and Danny Cronian. I The purpose of the Science Club is to promote greater interest in the field of science. From left to right are: Bob Burpitt, Dottie Kraft, Gail Garwes, David Tyler, Kay Knight, Melvin Hirsch, Freddie Drexel, Nathan Rab- han, Pat Beiser, Mrs. Ray Rowland, Tommy Foughner, Mr. john Morris, Franklin McLean, Mr. Arthur Casper. 4 I CLUB MATH ' 1 lr C '57 ls . r " , ' gi lg, 'y ,qu 'SL i t l f T ' , . it , f,, V! I-fqrel, 1 4 Q 4. 8 1 xg Q ,Q-J ,rf "7"'-A A-fifftfzg i tlvx , J J 'X"':'--W - '-Mfrfa. ' . , WML- . M1 is A bg'-L Tommy Foughner, President of the Math rw T Club, gets the meetings started. ,C ml S .1 Members at the Southern Paperboard Company are: Danny Cronian, Nathan Rabhan, Bob Burpitt, Tommy Foughner, Mr. jack Padgett, Freddie Drexel. ,. i ,Y :mar i L il. , -Y-, 3-1 4 it tu- wma' ee , SE? The Math Club gives students opportunity to further their interest in all branches dealing with math. From left to right arf: Danny Cronian, Pat Beiser, Bob Burpitt, Gail Garwes, Franklin McLean, Kay Knight, David Tyler, Dottie Kraft, Frank Leutwyler, Freddie Drexel, Melvin Hirsch, Mrs. Ray Rowland, Mr. john Morris, Cecil Pacetti, Nathan Rabhan, Tommy Foughner, Mr. jack Padgett, Mr. Arthur Casper. C2l,lHl3 Cfl,lll3 I xs- Qrfll Ill llll ll xml Ill: 4 l N v-4 1f'l'Xlrll1lrxl'z1r ll l lvllltx .Ml xxv1r,li.1Il1.a1.1 : WXIUII, Xnnr ll'lI1lt'lN Xl1Ll'x frlvfll, Fl1rll1X fvlh ull Nlilxx Nl.1Il wmv, lilvlw lim- Nl.111:1r1 Xlvxllm-lar llll, Rllxll f r'1'l'K'Q' lx i -. llllnlrlx Xlnrx XII lm- Klum, Nlnrsnvcl Nlml K, Xl.Hlx lrvru. lu 1,-lm l fll1Ilif'l +EBATE QHMW ' ..,..: ,, .ww Q f -1. ' i"s?S?3 Yulton, llunnv XY:1 rd, The Delwnte Forum pru- xirlew in memlwer- un np- purtunity tn develop their m':1rm'i1'z1l ability. l'l1is xg-:xr the llelmte Forum ruturm-cl from the Suuth- efl-lvrn llclwaring 'l'ourn:1- INCH! at I-fmurx Viliverxity in Vhird Place in Nmire llrlulltt llrlt to Vlrlflff Nlr. nun Beecher. lfnvulty .Mlx iwrg llnnny Kight. lfremlslie Drexel, lllzlire L llarrnx I,cunx. l H63 E T A QL, A Mi D A . 'Sf L sage Q7 Z' Beta Lambda is one of .Xrrnatrnrigk most active clnlwx. Iiaeli year the meinherx prepare and -erve the lirirnee-nning Reception and the college? Basketball 'I'e:irn Banquet. Tllfy arf, Iffr In l'Ifll1l.' Iilifziheth XY:---les, Nlarise fannner, Georgia Freeman, Mary .Xnn Rnllison. Vlnlia VK'e-melx, Kathrxn Lin, Gene Pierce, Carolyn ihly, Barbara -lnnef, Kittve Spunseller, and Mrs. Demnark, faenlty :idxi gn-- 39 Barbara jones, President of Beta Lambda. 8, I Q. 4 U1 rr- x . X f 4 A 1 ' - ere were wine Foul Van al the annual Triekey Parxx tliix Yfiill 1,1-fl lu fjrlllff Rev, Farwell, l-iarlvara Larnlw, Edward Newton, juan Lucas, jackie Kennedy, Kathrvn Liu, Mary .Xnne Rnlliwn, Margaret Uuenx, Slack june-, kluyce Mincey, Sara Louise Norris, Cecil Pacetti, Anne Daniels, Gnu- Iinpf-, Ray Kilpatrick, Carol tilzuwnclx, Zavky Hudgins, Alovce Lanier, Mr. ,lack Padgett. APTIIST STUDENT UN ON 5 , J 75? 5.-41? few 5? fb f . W zm QW A ,f if M bl, . 'z VINNIE the many :wxixiriu uf R S I' fr: ' .Q ' max zi IWHIUILIGI with Rev. .Xulwrey I, :1 wkim. ww., Joyce Mincey, President of B.S.U 1 I to Illlllff Daniel Smith, Ruth Hesse, Alfred Baker, Bob Hadaway, Dwight Ross, Kay Dunlap, julia essc F izaheth XVessels, Tony Cope, Rosalind Hornstein, Mr. Russell, -Iulia Branneu, Elizabeth Howard, Fe-be VX right lN ardy M ller, Mrs. Margaret I.ubs, Charlene VVehb, jack llrossopoulos, Kay Seonyers, Evelyn Mallis, Caro St cy hi tye Sponseller, .Xlvin Carney, Pat Duffy. GCANTERBURY fClLlUlB5 The Canterbury Club is Armstrongls religious organization primarily for Episcopal students, It is the collegeis most recently organized club having been initiated only this school year. The clubls activities in its first year included weekly Sunday evening serv- ices and social meetings at St. Paul's Episcopal Church and occasioned so- cial gatherings at members' homes. Klrs. Klargaret Lubs served as facul- ty advisor and much invaluable as- sistance was rendered by llr. John Ford and Klr. Henry Russel. 40 .QQ Kay Dunlap, President of the Canterbury Club, has led the club in many activities. ., ,v "1-.-f446',-1'f""' ..w"' 'W-V- x A -qw' ' "Q ..Q.fuW"'5n A' l,wfl In right: Mr. Harry Persse, Father Paine, George Halligan, Gail Garwes, Frank Leutwyler, Barhara johnson, Aloseph Scliou, hlary hlathews, Catherine Cetti, Dick YVallace, Pauline liooley, Josie Rourke, Margaret Sledge, .Xnn Ilale, Iileanor Murphy, Tony Carano, Bill Knight, Alida Green, Tony Kauffmann, Tommy Foughner. IWEWVMAIN CLUB me Q.: ' 'sf E6 :- fag, Leatler nf all the Neuman activities was Some Newman Cluh activities take place in the park. Ask Eleanor Murphy Tom' Varano, President of the Neuman josie Rourke, Ann Hale, and Alida Green. Cluli. 4 lmfl In rirfflff jerry hluller, Linda Nease, Rnnny Bradford, NZIHCX' .Xnderson, Hudson Ayers, liziil VVIiitting.fto Barbara jones, Delores Thee, Robert lloiner. WESL 'Y PUUNDATIUN The inziin :lim ot Wlesley Fountlzition is to link college more with the church. It succeeded with the -ioint cooperation of the Czinterhury Cluh in pro- viding services for students during Lent. 'lllie mnem- hers heltl their meetings hi-monthly' :intl often :tt each others homes. The group participated in many of the stztte conferences :intl retrezits :incl is zifffilizitetl with the State Klethotlist Kloveinent. Ronny lirntlfortl, Vresitlent, letl the XYeslex Foundation in its spiritual :intl soeinl :ie- livities. ARMSTRONG I'he director attempts to ellicit emotion from a Pepsi bottle. .X tense moment in "Outward Bound." Under the able and sensitive hand of the new di- rector, Ross C. Durfee, the llasquers opened a successful season with a Russian farce, "Squaring the Circle" by Valentine Kataev. ln the play, the leading roles were competently rendered by Dottie Baxley, Ed Newton, Claire Sutton, and Ronald Langford. The excellent staff of supporters was comprised by Cecil Pacetti, Don Fallin, Alfred Baker, and Dickie Pacetti. In the VVinter quarter the play chosen for pro- duction was Sutton Vane's comedy-drama, "Out- ward Boundf' In a well received rendition of the novel play, Jerry lluller, Nlolly Williams, Ronald Lasky, Linda Nease, and Robert Epps, represented dead people enroute to heaven-or hell. Romantic interest was capably supplied by Black Jones and Joyce Rlincey, While Danny Cronian represented the sympathetic steward who allayed their fears of the Examiner, Pete Olllillian. Outward Bound's Examiner, Pete O'Millian. ' 4532153 iw FFA, The Il wwaritiml Um' uf MLN lIQ'l'N. num actin- mcmlu I 1 I I Ronald l,:1Nlu, l'1'n-Nlllvlmt ut ills ,gm utuard Bound" stage crew from left to right: Pat IJuHfy, Gail YVl1ittingt4m. Ilnrulcl Rickw, Ruth liww, 'Xlnke Pullar, Richard Pnore, Bruce Friddle, Gloria Hmm-ll, Harlmrzl hlmwx, Nita Nilwn. T0 .jd SQIQXRIXCL 'l'Hli CIRCLIC lim' X,x1.l- x'1'1Nr-Q lXX'I',XIiX' Ul"l'XYARID HOL XID Hy SL"l"l'0N XYANI-Q IPHIGICXIA IX 'l'AL'RlS Hx' l'.LRw11Jr1s 'VHF PRK Wt DSA-Xl. Br .-Xvmx CH rluxm' "ll-ntlm can unify utterly . . hloyce Min- cey and Black jones. 9 - , .,--.,4,.. ' NN.-. '- lwitemrnt IlllllIIllN in "51gu:1riug ilu- Circle," lmvfl to riylllf Claire Sutton, Dun Fallin, Ronald Lzxngforcl, Cetil Jvrrti, llfrul Balwr, lhmir Haxlvx, lid Xt-umm, Dickie Pnvrtti. OUTVVAR ECU X J I I , .- af'-1 "Xw0LliE'C'.NIL1IIl, I'xelwcen-truck all of ll 'capfu Yun CCIIIUI lmxr yuur gin :md drink II rw Q JN 823- dwg. -. -r f ,,- . - .-,.., , -- r, . "'.4-I - f-br, FSI' . ..'-4 S4352 ' fr' Q' A" 'SY' . 9.- '-L . -N fr., ' fxx' 4 A ,-. a l"T- Y.. , .1 fl gififb- fm ,- 'K "Land of Hope nrxcililory-1111 rrvoir T" .-Q.-I 91 Q DANCE 'COMMITTEE , sea: , pw e , x 'LS My 1 Imfr lu rigfllli Ruth Hesse, julia XVessels, Pat Duffy, Iilizalmeth YVesaels, Ed- uard Newton, julia Brannen, Georgia Freemzln, Charlene YVelml1, Uarolyn Ihly, Dottie Baxley, Gail Allen, Connie Owens, Kay Seunyers, Frances Ilunawnv, Felwe XVright, Gene Pierce, Rmzxlind Hurnstein. ,,,....--- -1' Ruth Hesse, Chairman of the Dance Com mittee. :Pnl 5 PRATJERNHTY fx..- Bohhy Adams, president. 'W 3. MXYY KN, xx'mN 'tiki W' scene from their informal danvr. 1 ,ww if j? ' , -Q w . Huw KJ. fs. A f 5. ,, , s . if Y J , ,, ., 18 Q1 NP' no-109' sa f x '45- -'tgp '1 cw -sl" fiuby 1111? . A , i 'x 51, , I H' Ll ' r , ttatt v , 1 V I I 57 Ovunngpl Dickie Adams C. F. Anderson Tony Carano Boh Crawford George Halligz Dana Helmly Billy Knight julian McKenz Louis Rawls Billy Saunders XVhit Scoggin VVilIiam Short Herbert Skinne john Thompsol Dick VVallace ,lp 5. '53 ur 'Y' ,za 5? if A .Jw M . I M lr he ' Q x. of 'TF' ppl' IQ F tv' , -s v "" an :N F gl . 'S M, WF' , 9 all Q ' ' -1 'FQ' f.. , , . 1, f r, M b- 1 - 50' - .Xnn Hale, Prexident, Caroline Fdwarda, Vice-President, Mrs. joaephine Denmark, Faculty Advisorg Connie Owens. vlosie Rouke, Secretary, Elizabeth Howard, Treasurerg Mary Mathews, Chaplain: Carolyn Stacy, Gail Allen, Dottie Hawley, julia Brannen, Frances Dunaway, Kay Dunlap, Gail Fountain, Gail Garwes, Alida Green, Rosalind Hornstein, Carolyn lhly, Fvelyn Mallis, Mardy Miller, Eleanor Murphy, Gene Pierce, Charlene VVehb. -4 4 S. sa , fix ,sk l',?4 --U , 'SLN l N-.1 F a I N94 It wx V In 9 sg ,, A ,I-'T I Q --'53 ' ,M 1 2, e a if Q, fa gk .K be S? 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SMITH CHARLES S'1'IzIcI4I.AND wig A JOAN SIIILLINGTIIN RIICHAEL SININIIINS PI.-XRRY SLEDGE NELSIIN SMITH CI.AIIzE SUTTIIN 5 H - I Q' 515 '30 W ,Q-. --s, K.. 5 K ,,,. JACKIE SUINIMERS TOMMY SWAILS li' 453 CAROLYN STACY' RUTH TAMOSAITIS DELORES 'IQHEE XV. C. XY,-XNDIVER Rox' 'IQHONIAS RICHARD XXY.-XLI..-XCE l x,..4 53 - i no W 'QQ . v X A ,W ii , J t JOHN 'l'Hux1PsrmN Dx N N Y XV.-xRD ix ii if DAVID 'I'Y1.ER Ho1,1.Y xVII,I,I.XNlS NED XYINTER G.fXII. XVHIT'I'lNilTOX BOBBY XXYOULSEY SOPHOMORE li-IIIISTORIUES XVII.I.I.xxI ALLEN-Gators, 1955-56. NANcY ANnERsoN-XVesley Foundation, Secretary 1955, Vice President 19563 Alpha Tau Beta, President 1955-561 Ink- well 1954-553 Sassy Strutters 1954-563 Alpha Lambda Sigma, Deans List, Dance Committee 1954-55. AI.FRIiD BAKER-QTIEC Club 1954-563 Terrapins 1954-553 Masquers 1955-563 Senate, President 1955-563 Sophomore Class, President 19554561 Dance Committee 1955-561 Cant- erbury Club 1955-56. JULIA BR.-XNNIEN-BETH Lambda, Secretary 1954-553 Slick Chicks 1954-563 Canterbury Club 1955-563 Dance Com- mittee 1955-563 Masquers 1954-563 Geechee, Sophomore Editor 1955-563 Delta Chi 1954-56. RIIEERT BURIIITT-Math Club 1954-56, Math Award 1954-553 Science Club, Senate Representative 1954-563 Masquers 195+-551 Glee Club 1954-553 Senate Treasurer 1955-563 Alpha Lambda Sigma 1954-553 Outstanding Sophomore. .ALVIN CARNEY-Math Club 1954-553 Canterbury Club 1955- 563 Masquers 1955-56: Sophomore Class, Student Senator 1955-56. 'TONY CARANo-Newman Club, President 1955-563 Gators 1954-553 Scholars, President 1955-563 Fraternity "X", 1954-563 Freshman Court 19543 Sophomore Class, Treas- urer 1955-56Q Student Senate3 Intramural Board. .ARCHIE CHAN-Glee Club 1954-563 Loafers 1954-55, Presi- dent 19563 Intramural Board 1955-56. IRANNY CRoNIAN-Math Club 1955-563 Student Senate 1954- 563 Gators 1954-55, Scholars I955'56Q Inkwell 1955-563 Intramural Board, Manager 1955-563 Outstanding Sopho- Inore. ANNE DANIELS-B.S.U., Secretary 1954-553 Program Vice President 1955-563 Geechee, Assistant Business Manager 1954-553 Slick Chicks 1954-56: Glee Club 1955-563 Inkwell 1954-553 Student Senate 1955-563 Dean's List3 A.T.B., 'Treasurer 1954-56. FRANcI2s DUNAvIAY-Geechee, Feature Editor 1954-563 Dance Committee 1954-56, Co-eds 1954-563 Masquers 1954-553 Delta Chi 1955-563 Deans List3 Alpha Lambda Sigma. PATSY DUFFY-Dance Committee 1955-563 Masquers 1955-563 Canterbury Club 1955-563 Sassy Strutters, Captain 1954- 563 Student Senate 1955-563 Geechee, Beauty Editor 1955-56. KAY I9UNI.AP-SIICIC Chicks, Co-Captain 195+-SS, Intramural Awardg Intramural Board Manager 1955-563 Inkwell Sports Editor 1955-563 Student Senate 1955-563 Canter- bury Club, President 1955-563 lNIasquers 1954-553 Delta Chi 1955-563 Glee Club 1955-563 Outstanding Sophomore. 'FHONIXS FoUt:HNER-Science Club, President3 Math Club, Senate Representative3 Student Senate 1954-563 Inkwell, Sports Editor3 Newman Club 1954-563 Terrapins3 Intra- mural Board. SHELBY CJLISSON-INIZISQIICIN 1954-553 Camera Club 1955-56: Glee Club 195-lf-56: Terrapin Club 1954-553 Student Sen- ate Representative l955-563 VVesley Foundation 1954-55. fi.-XII. FoUNTAIN-Alpha Lambda SIg1Tl8Q Cheerleaders, Cap- tain 1955-563 Co-Eds, Captain 1954-553 Delta Chi 1954-563 Dance Committee 1954-553 Boats and Saddle Club 1954-553 Deans List. BRUcE FRIDIILE-lkiasquers 1954-563 Radio VVorkshop 1954- 563 Loafers 1955-563 Inkwell 1955-56. ELIZABETH LiIt:NII.I,IAT-Inkwell, Assistant Editor Fall I955Q Editor, VVinter and Spring 1956: Sophomore Class Secre- tary 1955-563 Student Senate 1955-563 Masquers 1955-56. ALID.-X GREEN-Newman Club, Secretary-Treasurer 1955-563 Student Senate 1955-56: Glee Club 1956i Camera Club 19563 Inkwell 19563 Delta Chi 1955-56. .ANN HALE-Freshman Class, Vice President 1954-553 Sopho- more Class, Vice President 1955-563 Slick Chicks, Captain 1955-563 Student Senate, Secretary 1955-563 Delta Chi, President 1955-563 Newman Club 1954-56, Geechee, As- sociate Editor 1954-553 Alpha Lambda Sigma 1954-553 Homecoming Court, 1955-56, Deans Lists, 1954-55. GEoRc:E I'IAI,I.IGAN-Nt'U'1l1H1'1 Club 1954-563 Fraternity X 1955-563 Scholars 19543 Terrapins, President 1955-S61 Intramural Board 1955-56. D.-ANA HELAILY-Basketball, Captain 1955-563 Gators, Presi- dent 1954-563 Fraternity X I955'56, Intramural Board 1955-56. RUTH TIIfSSEiIhrIZlSflIlt'l'S, Sectetnry-'I're:Isurer 1954-563 Dance Committee, Chairman 1954-563 Canterbury Club 1955-563 Sassy Strutters 1954-563 Student Senate 1955-563 Geechee 1955-56. ROSALIND HIJRNSTEIN-CICCCDCE 1955-563 Co-Eds 1955-563 Masquers 19563 Glee Club 1955-563 Delta Chi 1955-563 Canterbury 1955-563 Dance Committee 1955-56. ELIZABETH HowARo-Glee Club 1955-S63 Delta Chi 1954-563 Masquers 19563 Canterbury Club 1955-563 Geechee 1955- 56. MAck joNEs-Glee Club, Senate Representative 1955-563 Masquers 1955-563 Loafers 1955-563 Dance Committee 1955-563 B.S.U., Gators 1954-553 Camera Club 1955-56. BARBARA joNEs-Beta Lambda, President 1955-563 Masquersg Glee Club 1954-563 VVesley Foundation 1955-56, Inkwell 1955-563 Glamazons 1954-56. JACKIE KENNEDY-Senate, Co-Ed Representative 1955-563 Dance Committee 19553 B.S.U., Publicity Chairman 1955- 563 Alpha Tau Beta 1955-563 Co-Eds, Captain 1955-563 Intramural Board 1955-56. RONALD LASKY-Masquers, President 1955-563 Math Club 1954-553 Loafers l95"l'e55: Radio VVorkshop 1954-563 Dance Committee 1955-56. BARBARA LAMB-B.S.U. 1955-563 Slick Chicks 1955-563 Gee- chee 1955-56. INIARY KATHRYN LIU-B.S.U. 1955-563 Glamazons, Captain 1955-563 Beta Lambda, Treasurer 1955-563 Geechee, Freshman Editor 1954-551 Club Editor 1955-563 Alpha Tau Beta, Publicity Chairman 1955-563 Student Senate 1955-56. JOAN LUCAS-Co-Eds 1955-563 B.S.U. 1955-563 Alpha Tau Beta 1954-563 Homecoming Court 1954. MARY MATHEWS-Masquers, Vice-President 19563 Newman Club 1954-563 Slick Chicks 1954-563 Glee Club 19563 In- terim Committee 1955-563 Delta Chi, Chaplain 1955-56. JOYCE MINCEY-B.S.U., Vice-President 1954-55, President 1955-561 Masquers 1954-563 Slick Chicks 1954-563 Alpha Tau Beta, Secretary 1955-563 Geechee Queen of 1954-55. CHARLES MURPHY'-GBIOYS 1954-553 Terrapins 1955-563 Basketball Team 1955-56. EVELYN MAI,I,IS-CHDICTDUFY Club 1955-563 Co-Eds, Co- Captain 19563 Cveechee, Sports Editor 1955-563 Dance Committee 1954-553 Delta Chi 1955-56, Masquers 1956. SARA LOUISE NORRIS--B.S.U., Slick Chicks 1955-563 Dance Committee 1954-553 Inkwell 1954-55. CONNIE OWENS- Geechee 1954-56: Delta Chi 1954-563 Dance Committee 1954-56: Masquers 1954-56, Slick Chicks 1954- 563 B.S.U. 1955-56. RICHARD PooRE-Masquers 1956. RONALD LANGFQRD-Glee Club 1954-563 Masquers 1954-56. IYIARY .ANNE RoI.I.INsoN-Co-Eds 1954-553 Masquers 1954-553 Alpha Tau Beta 1954-563 B.S.U., Second Vice President 1955-56, Glee Club 1954-553 Beta Lambda 1954-56: Ink- well 1955-56. DWIGHT Ross, JR.-Canterbury Club 1955-56. JOSIE ROURKE-Delta Chi, Secretary 1955-563 Newman Club, Vice President 1955-563 Co-Eds 1954-563 Camera Club 1955-563 Beta Lambda 1955-56. BETTY SAHLIE-Glee Club 1954-553 Co-Eds 1954-563 Ink- well 1955-56. DANIEI. SMITH-Debate Team 1954-55, Loafers 1954-55, Canterbury Club, Finance Chairman 1955-56. C.-XROLYN STACY-Geechee, Faculty Editor 1954-55. Editor 1955-563 Dance Committee 1954-553 Slick Chicks 1954-563 Delta Chi 1954-563 Senate 1955-563 Canterbury 1955-561 Outstanding Sophomore. CLAIRE SUTTON-Masquers 1955-563 Inkwell 1955-56: De- bate Team 1955-563 B.S.U. 1955-563 Sassy Strutters 1955- 56. DoLoREs THEE-I98HC6 Committee 1954-563 VVesley Founda- tion 1954-56. JOHN THOMPSON-Basketbail Team 1954-563 Newman Club 1954-563 Fraternity "X" 1955-563 Gators. DICK XV.AI.I.ACE-NCWVWIBD Club 1955-563 Terrapins 1955-563 Basketball Team, Co-Captain 1955-563 Fraternity "X", GAII, WIHITTINCTON-ArVCSICy Foundation, President 1954-563 Alpha Tau Beta, Vice-president 1954'S6Q Alpha Lambda Sigma 1954-553 Dance Committee 1954-553 Radio Work- shop 1954-553 Masquers 1954-563 Sassy Strutters 1954-553 Inkwell, Managing Editor 1954-553 Senate 1955-563 In- terim Committee 1954-55. A , A .. .Q . r , . ,F Q ,V , J, ' ,vu . N as , x "3 N , - V, A-A . DIQRY .ADAMS BARBARA BARTON mai? .J ix ,wma JAMES BRAZELI, .EXRQHTE CHAN 'a Q-N 23 1 ' R ' -' .R Qian 3 as A NLXRIAN ,XI.EXANDER DDTTIE BAXLEY LONNIE Bl.1ssET RANNY BRADFORD BARBARA BURKE 'PONY COPE fr.: A ' K i. WX' A R Alhfs, N , 4- nj ii. Q QS! ,K Q," 'vs 5 . My' .l , af Cf.-XII. ALLEN IJAVID BECKER INJARISE CAMMER VVALTER CDWARD 'EL lfqgrf xx. 'wqwul'!"' L 'IQURNER BAKER PAT BEISER JUDY CARTER -JAMES CRAWVFORD Q' 'N .f FRANCES BARRY RAYMOND BELT. CATHERINE CETVTI GERALD CUBINE q . 1 if en- 06 ' i N Blu, CUMMINS BRUCE l,ANNEl.I.Y IRM,-x IDAVIS BROOKS Dmwsox So1,ixNf:E DIEPUISIIUX SHIRLEY Do1.r1oH-R XV11,1,1.u1 Dorulnsox MATRA DRAKE FREDDIE DREXEI. KIAQK IJROSSOPOUIOD 'lkmxllli DYE ERNEST EASUR CAROIAYN FLORENCE jules FOSTER GEoRG1.x FREEMAN LARRY G,ARv1s CIAII, G.xRwEs 41-A I-ZAR1. FRITTS HUWARD GAS 'Ex 'xr ,A 1 Mum FUTCH l'.xRm, i2R.XSSL'0L'K VTR. v- 4 4 5? YU' fxuailffx ROBERT GMIBLI FRANK CSU!-'F ,.:1?'gJ W R' Rf: Q A 4 ., ,Ei , is - 2-1 ' R Nd' 3?- ktfx, .,9b,QU . 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GOEF PAULINE GOOLEY N1.-XRION H.-XRKLEKOAD J1mmY HART BUDDY HAYNIE QQEORGE HENDRIX HENRY HEYMAN VVARREN HEYMAN MAL HILLIARD VVxLL1AN1 H11,1.1ARD NIELVIN HIRSH ffAYE HOPE CAROLY N IHLY RAY JOHNSON 027:3- GlI,BERT JENKINS ROBERT JOINER Wil 3 'TONY KAUEM AN N K.-xx' KNRQHT V X . 4 9' "' L Af 3, Q R 5, L . , 'K H' A , 1' . -J ww- l NJN ,IEEE KENNARD BILLY KNIGHT FRANK LEUTXYYLER IRv1Nc l.Ev1NE HUGH I,Ewxs RIONNIE LINDSIEY L.uLxR LINTON JULI.-KN 1X1CKENSIE FRANKLIN N1CLEAN BILLLE MARSH MIKE NUCHELIS N1ARDY IVIILLER Boa IVIILLS N1ADISON MOCK ff' RQ. 6 , 9 , Qs 4 R Q' NELSON KESSl.ER DANNY Kupnr Rn' KlI,P.'kTRlL'K DOTTIE KRAET f'.f'kI,l,IE LAMB JONNY I,.-xNcE il., L ,, , 'QR W rr 3 g 'L' A -W ef'- , J B6 90" " A sa ,-K dun- A 1 H h b 1 as D ,s jg, A L , 'YW' 7 F: ,N K, gi 1:21, R W A ' ..-A .4 T9 ! 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QS R? 3 '14 A 41 16-if A 'lbw-an KAY SCONYERS CARLTON SHOIVALTER QI I ANNE SHEPPARD .ALBERT SIMON kd 9. .4., 'L ' S4 if A' 9 it x . wr s .IAMES TURNII AI I VVALTLR XVALZ A I :Q X' Sdarhw Rr ' . . , ,, - W f Is if ,kg '- avg: 5 4 'if' I. . 1 .QF ' '-'df' If - A . .0 . sf A rl, W ,S I, LM 7 JLILIAN VLMER 'IQONY XVARENZAK HAROLD l'sHER CHARLES WV,-XRNOCK ARNOLD SIMS HERBERT SKINNER MARGARET SLEDCE CARROLL SMITH ELTON SPANN KITTYE SPONSELLAR MARTIN STELLJES PAUL STEVVART NANCY SULLIVAN BILL SUMMERS JOHN THOMPSON NANCY THOMSON JAMES USHER CHARLENE WEBB WILLIAM WALSH PERCY WELDY I r LP v I. '32 , I , L, 'l S 'Z 4 1 QW I I 1 Qi? 4 If.. 5, R gr. H , . I S , 92 I 3 V "Md" . L I NY A, I EUGENE ANDERSON HUDSON :XYERS J. F. BENTON ROBERT BEST CONSTANCE BI,UN H. BROOKS BRESNAN ED COBIA EDWARD A. COPE ROBERT EPI-s LUCY ESPY HARVEY FINDI,EY KAY XVERNTZ IiI.IzAnE'I'II XVEssEI.s JUIIIA XVI1ssEI,s CIEORGE VVIIITE NIARY XVILEY DAVID VVII,I.IAx1s J. XX lI.I,lAXIS XVIIIIAAI VVII.I.IANIs J. XVOAIBLE JOSEPH VVUAIBIL NFXRVIN VVONIIJLE FEBE VVRIIQIIT f QW' wg 13 J 1-Af w,..pv K 'If M J Q-I. J 4, s an g ffm. A PICTURES NOT TAKEN 2 MICIIAEI. FOI.EY CHARLES CTASTON JACQUELINE QQAY LEONARD CQUYER ROBERT H AD.-UVA Y JANIES H:XIiI'ER SYBII, HEDEAN N1.-XRVIN HOVVARD FRANK HOXVDEN TONINIY JOYCE JULIA KIil.l.X' DON LANUFORD JOSEI-H LATINIER JACK LII:IEITI'OOT BII,I.Y I,ITCHF1EI.D JOHN IVICEIIVEEN FRED 1N1ERRITT CIIARLE5 MIDDI.IaTON JEREMY MII.I,ER ALAN MISSROON VVALTER NENIEQER ROBERT PETERSON 1- in Q 'W surf. I'IIII,I.II' POIR QILENN ROGERS EDXVARD ROTURICAU IXIARIE RUssEI,I, BENIANIIN SIIARI' ROY SIIELI, UIIEN S'I'RICKl..XND XV. R. 'TEDDER LUCY TRllSD,XI. CIIARIES VIQURNFR STEVIE XVAIJ. L AIXRKLXRET ihl,X'l'HEXYS llirfffur of .YIl!'.fl'5 f MER NURSES Concentrating in the courses at Armstrong related to their chosen field, the student nurses from the Candler Hospital School of Nursing take their freshmen year's work at Arm- strong. Though their husy schedule permits them little time for college activities, the nurses are welcomed at all school functions held at the college and often hold dances of their own in Jenkins Hall. jxxici: BANDS Louise Kexxem' .Xxx RU'ri.AxD lNllR.-XNDA VV.-XTER5 Pl'1'.flif1'IIf liin' P1'r.viJfz1f Sr'U'rlz1ry Tl't'IlJlll'I'I' fi Q?" 'QQ '-eg?" if '-if f Q WW M X l ' 1- ',s.,.ev?V"l'n'v..- IAVERAA Bosweir. BARBARA BURNS CHARi,o1'rE CARTER VERA Cooi.ER Bern' Dress JUNE FvERm'ri2 Givers FEMJER LLTCILLE CEAINEY ?' fi-T .ge Q Al, 54 'Cf' 'R l"""' MF .f""" gy. Q 4 ,Q A. a ,,g. W ,.g:"!'i'w Emu Hmax Hxzrr HILRXIXX luuu h1CK1.11pH'rr1R Pxnx LEE f I-rlsx Lrnr lom 'NI,XI,l'1iRL'5 R055 Mum NIKRTIN C XIHI'RINI N11-INLRT R 1 'xxxu R1m,f.s x1XRKUhRITE ROBERTS LxVERx x Quia D wuxr VS III Ib fxnx XVOODS ,g X X f K 025 CT x U U gf X Q 2 K X! ma W ,fm K X 4 W gf? 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Union Bag 81 Paper Corporation and other concerns comprising the state's rapidly developing forest products industries are growing more trees for to- morrow. If these young trees are to provide jobs, payrolls, and urgently needed products in the future, they must be protected from tire. Won't you please cooperate with us by snulfing out your cigarette in your car ashtray and encourage others to adopt this sound forest fire prevention practice? QU S knew Vncxi' Qnde W-MQW Y' ,v. ' - - syn? f .:- wa 1 K' ' I ': V . 514513 A ' E532 s '-4 xxis 4' Q Y K . .fy Q - . 9 xifi A x 5 ,. - . v S 5 ' Q Q 15 - Xe- 'Nfl -F' C., A in . 'W ' '1 Q O hy, b. lil 32, H . i 5 5 1 2 1 3' C , .Q 2 .55 3 'ifjf a f 1 2 fy , lf X ,T 1 9 , I , x X v X 3,1 Qu wiiw, l .v 1 - A ,, .H we you-vp Eff 1- ' x. 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