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

 - Class of 1957

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M in , I 4. 1' f 1 :QQ as ' -1 ..., P 4+ 'L' .Q Ex: xy, 1- 5fQ""i S 1 'Anil 1957 Av air, Q S- ffi ' 4 'FL ff g 1 Q' 5 'Q s , .,"'2f.e' A V if A' ef! ' J :E ' Q I t -A Ea7z't0r-in-Clzief . f dwg, ,T . .flssociate Editor . I RQ L A1 V Business .Wanaf ers -'C A -- .E E 95' f+ .1 ,' lx x ' xra. l I, 4 f X I, Ir XQL . 'V' 4 . """'4'v., "' ' , Ep A -. '7"'ixv7'3? f'f-- M- . , - Q--if -.. Published by the Sfudenfs of ARMSTRONG COLLEGE OF SAVANNAH SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 'GEECHEE ,, M n ,GT Ke' . THE 1957 GEECHEE TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION . , 4 CLASSES . . . . 14 ORGANIZATIONS . . 40 SPORTS . . 64 FEATURES . . . 78 BEAUTIES . . . 90 ADVERTISERS . . . 100 1956-1957 has been a significant year at Armstrong The growth of the college enrollment has been phenomenal since the first class in 1935. From only one hundred and fifty students in that year the number has soared in 1956-1957 to over a thousand including those in the Armstrong Evening College. The college in the past has managed to handle this expan- sion with ease but during this vital year has turned for the first time to ask community support in a building fund drive. The goal of this drive is 3B225,000 to he used to erect a badly needed addition to Gamble Hall, our science building. Although activities have gone on as usual the fund drive, We feel, has been a highlight of this school year. The staff of the 1957 'Geechee sincerely hopes it has by Word and picture made a faithful record of college activities for this academic year. THE 'GEECHEE STAFF QV' X". .qP' 1957 GEECHEE DEDICATION The 1957 'Geechee Dedication goes to a member of the faculty whose sincere devotion to his teaching duties and whose earnest willingness to give of his own time to aid the students have placed him high in the respect of all students who know him. His friendly attitude leaves no doubt of his willingness to help those students who need and desire his aid. This, of course. is Mr. .lack Padgett. Mr. Padgett holds a hachelor's degree from Wofford College and a Master of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina. He came to Armstrong in January of 1952 as an instructor in mathematics and has recently added the teaching of physics to his schedule. In June Mr. Padgett will assume new duties as the college regis- trar although he will continue to do some teaching. The best wishes of the 'Ceechee staff are extended to him in this new assignment. 5 ST: .1-L-it . , . ' ' 'v- I-1. 3- - 'X' Tj: fir 1 M' .Q Q, 4 - 1' Lg "' , ff . 1 .k ' x L. ,b A fn' 5 v,8'.n.Q . ',"'.. - ,Q 'Mt A A X ,H-f A 4. ,Q 1,1 an '.,.Ng3. ii s 'Egg' L ' Atl "aff ii? ,.-'QSXQQZ-Q LR 46 as , -I-:i'2"'.J' ' fi! ' 1, f . ,. 5 Q '-A 'Q F -,. f. J., S ,-.V K 1- ' - ,f-- ... ' -A fi vi 4 . V .-1,2 W , n v 1"..- K' . .., -,fri Vg., . -.Af .-If-4,-i.?7.:' h, A - . v'.X 2 ,ti 4 ggi' A ,Q 0 -f . ' P -L4 I 5 , 'Q J' , - 4 ' 'ff 5 jfffs'-fi' lb 1. 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LEE FULTON J osEPH H. HARRISON HERBERT L. KAYTON ALEXANDER A- LAWRENCE 45" T 65. Q Ov, .4 -f-ff cn-5 STEPHEN K. MYERS W. LEE MINCLEDORFF, JR- DR. HELEN A. SHARPLEY FRED WESSELS, JR. p -'.kuf".,"f, 'uve A .'lQbi3lL.xif'1 1 in ' . 2 " " ,. , Nj 4 . 1 .v Ax i,a?.:!5: . -'5'f1, 'Q' 'Q QM . - . ' ""'y ' Flihfkfi A . ,Nr A -192.-fiu!Z,xj,' ,,,.y-:Nts N ' .4 ., x " 1 1. . If, , -.0 I Q 1 4 af Ja... 577525 .--V 51'-3' ffl.. -, . ,.' J- .1 A FEE' ..- 3 'kat-ix ' . in I 711: ,fha H' D. U K . Y '.Xx YO K Q' ,,.- .' P i A ' 1 Q A J 'iii' by Q " 1 .'. , I QW 1 u iff' ' . f4'Y, xx V ':?J.'iv.'X', 3 I 3 ..-44 if U. 'Tag , 0 in :rw . 45 , , ,-"N" 9 - ai .N-sm. MA A Qty' . 4 ' J . 4' 1 4' 'ap nl f" ,fwk Q. -f--' ,-0 .1 dv A-sf 5 s 3 1 1 5 Q, K - Q Q! I A o A5 .J 1 : 'z 3 a 9 4 ,A xy 14 -duff? 'Sabi Lii,'w!,Rf Q? 5.51 ' 1 DR. ARTHUR M. GIGMLLIAT Vice Pres1'a'ent and Director of the Evening College 8 MISS JLTLE ROSSITER A.: Secretary and Treasurer af 22.1 ,es ,. 1,1 NIISS LORRAINE ANCHORS Registrar MT ' ,,. fm. 615' S "QM m sf-ll? H, .Q 'L '-1, K x.xJ tr, fi . X ' T JANE BLAND A. A. Armstrong College ju..- -1:9 . -X ELIZABETH HITT Armstrong College MARJORIE MOSLEY Administrative Assistant and Secretary to the President. Associate in Finance and f7nm.m.Prr'0 Armcfrnnnf flnllpap pl , sl '27 RUTH BURNS Switchboard Operator STAFF Q6 T' S ff! V I . U ANGELA MCBRIDE Switch board Operator 3 'Tia 1-of NIINNIE CAMPBELL Banks Secretarial Sclzool ,,?, HELEN NIEIGHEN Taylor's Business Sclzool 4 X- - - 4 GEORGE NICHOLS ELIZABETH POUND Richards' Business School C. S. C. W. State Teachers College X, uve j ik -r--gr LUTRECIA ADAMS Instructor in Biology B.S.. ILA., Peabody College 1 , 'SX fi' Q tx . A -v O 1 2 .Y V OJ.. ' D J '3gf'J,t.A .f 'L 5 -as ,,3,f 5, ,Q A ,Q-' Y ' I rt - .. ,, . ..:: f 1- :::::: ., ft A -1 zz:-nv -lsr!!-' '35' ,q:' 'o,:p," ., .00 ,' fi W. ORSON BEECHER Instructor in History A.B.. MA., University of Georgia Ml. aff.. fav X 1 Q 5 .vi j STEPHEN P. BOND Instructor in Engineering B.S., Georgia Institute of Techonolgy JAMES CHARBONNIER Instructor in French, German, and History A.B.. B.S.. Geneva College, Geneva Uni- versity, Switzerlandg B.D., Drew Uni- versity, A.M., Yale Universityg Doctor of Letters, Geneva University 'ex PATSY CROCKETT Instructor in Physical Education B.S., University of Tennessee 2 ,Ui r X X LAMAR W. DAVIS Instructor in Business Administration B.S., M.S., University of South Carolina Certified Public Accountant in? 1 5 FN fha ' S1,'Y 'A J 'Ir JOHN L. DES ISLETS HQOLONELJ Instructor in Engirzeerilzg and Physics B.S.. United States Military Academy JOSEPHINE S. DENMARK Instructor in Home Economics B.S., Georgia Teachers College: MS., University of Georgia EV ROSS C. DURFEE Instructor in English and Director of the Masquers A.B., M.A., Stanford University J. ROSA B. HOPSON Instructor in English and French A.B., Middlebury Collegeg M.A., Uni- versity of Ceorgiag Certificate from Sor- bonne University. TED L. HUNTER Instructor in Psychology B.A., University of Florida r ' J' 'I JOHN DUNN Instructor in English B.A., Harvard University f4'.',!""' ESSIE DUNCAN JENKINS Instructor in Typing Owensboro Business College. Kentucky 11 'VN tl 'iq 1-5 fav ri, I f, . fs., 4... , 3 K MARGARET SPENCER LUBS Instructor in English and French BJI., Converse Collegeg AB.. University of Georgiag KI.,-X.. Columbia University JOSEPH I. KILLORIN MURIEL MCCALL Instructor in History Librarian ,-LB.. St. John? College: KIA.. Columbia A.B., Florida State College for Womeng University M.A., University of Georgia 'N W' 5 gr: J . ,., , ELNIO NI. NICCRAY .IACK H. PADGETT Instructor in Biology 'II . ft -"if Instructor in Mathematics B.S.. NIS.. University of Alabama if lil? A.B., Wofford Collegeg M.A., University RJ 4' of North Carolina JOHN MORRIS Instructor in Chemistry I2 B.S., Princetong BLS.. Georgia Institute of Technology 1 p-J .4 I 1 J. HARRY PERSSE Instructor in ,llusic and Director of the Clee Club B.F.A.. University of Georgia: M.M., Florida State University ROBERT I. STROZIER Instructor in English A.B., University of Georgia P, Ma.. 'al 'AQ 'Nl MARY ANNE ROLLISON Assistant to the Librarian A.A.. Armstrong College DOROTHY THOMPSON Instructor in Psychology and Sociology A.B., Monmouth Collegeg MA., North- western Universityg Certificate in Psy- chiatric Social Work, Western Reserve University . N. s I ROY JESSE SIMS Instructor in Physical Education B.S.. David Lipscomb College: M.S University of Tennessee 5-2' fC' N LOUIS A. THOMPSON Instructor in Business Atlministration M.B.A.. LL.B., University of Georgia Certified Public Accountant f xiii:- GLADYS NICHOLS ZILCH Instructor in Commerce Diploma. Gregg College fNormal Schoolt: Special Courses. University of Florida. University of Georgia 'KJ ' 1 .- g nf v I 46 L 4 ' Vx V. 1 --3' Mm' 5 I 1 1 n . in 'Xl 4. ui' .V M I ,ni QQ if 1, f 'Vs I f I! Y serv' ' o fb .."' ' 'Y 2-'Z 41' 4' 'N if K S E F' vo ', As. lQ:5 M 'S an 35? CLASSES Section, Editors: Stag GENE PIERCE JOYCE KRENSON GAIL ALLEN LORNA LAPP GUY PLATT 1 .nn--1.-...-o... ...,,.,,,.,. , .- fax 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ITT Y-r -J. i 'i 5-1' L... TT .. N W., 1 S-w-,sw-'W' "!?""""' ' Q '.,v 'ily' H V 'S -V ' Y: -1 ,,,-9' 4, V, ,,,gm'5,,,f ,ff 1 ,J . gm. ., V"-ti.:-'-if ff'Wif"4S" JH11111 N11 1.1.1211 . . lIl'6X1'lI6I1f FRIZIJDIIE IJHIZXI-IL . . l'1'Ce President Xlx lam XII1,1.I1Q . . Serrelfzry CSAIL GARWI-is . . . Treasure OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORES is I 'F . Av a X1 a .giaut ,JI 1.1 1 , S5 Q ,SQ Q X if ,ufjf ,, F3 VJ' . :pggf5 fag 'fwfr MM 43 .1 1 I I9 JERRY lVlULLER The 1957 Sophomore Class elected from its membership the outstanding students pictured on these pages. Those receiving this honor represent a wide variety of college activity ranging from scholastic achieve- ment to outstanding contributions to the college sports scene. It is felt that this va- riety is a healthy sign in that it demon- strates the wide but balanced gamut of interests fostered by the Class of 757. From these students Jerry Muller, class president, was named lVlost Outstanding. Jerry served also as Student Body President and. as such, presided over the Senate, was editor of the ,57 ,Geechee, Treasurer ofthe Wesley Foundation, a member of the Mas- quers, the Canterbury Club, Homecoming Court, Fraternity HX", the Permanent Deanis List, the Interim Committee and last year brought the Georgia Junior College State Golf Championship to Armstrong. Need it be said he deserves the honor be- stowed upon him! is I' 1+ if it 7 .4.,L 1-A Ti' GENE PIERCE and LoU1sE RAWLS 9 , 3 ,rf - 1 , 1 ' -,L E ii A . ' x as '67 xi X T LINDA BEASE and DICKIE ADAMS A It x J V . , -A w . THOR JOHANSEN and FREDD115 DREXEL TONY COPE and JULIUS HORNSTEIN GAIL ALLEN Delta Chi. Secretary '56-'5Tg Co-eds: Beta Lambda: Dance Committee: Ceechec Stafl. HUDSON AYERS Canterlutry Club: Nlasquers '56-'57: Wesley Foundation '56- '57g Pt-rmanu-nt Deans List: Senate Representative '56-'57, DOTTIE BAXLEY Klasquers '55-'563 l'lI'6'STl!lliiIl Class Secretary '55-'56g Home- coming Queen '55-'56g Gee-Chee: Delta Chi. Treasurer '56-'57, DAYID BECKER mtx1mmni4:l 1 DICKIE ADAMS Senate Representative '55-156: Fraternity "X", Vice-Presi- dent '55-'56. President '56-'57g Basketball Team, Co-Captain '56-'57g Homecoming King '55-56: Loafers: Inkwell Reporter '56-'57g Outstanding Sophomore, MARIAN ALEXANDER Masquers: Co-eds '55-'56g Inkwell Reporter '56-'57i Clee. Club: Canterbury Club. ROBERT BARBOT Dance Committee ,56-'57. BARBARA ANNE BARTON Slick Chicks, Co-Captain '55-'56g Historian, Beta Lambda '56-'57g Dance Committee '56-'57. PATRICIA BEISER A.T.B., Vice President '56-'57g Inkwell Reporter, '55-'56g Math Club '55-'56g Science Club '55-'56g Permanent Dean's List '55-'56g President Westminister Fellowship '56-'57g Sassy Struttersg Dance Committee '56-'57g Glee Club '56- '57g Senate Representative ,56-,57. ROBERT BEST RANNY BRADFORD Wlesley Foundation, President '55-'561 Canterbury Club. Yice President '56-'57: Inkwell '56-'57: Masquers '56-'5T: Ceecliee ,56. BARBARA BURKE Clee Club Secretary: Glamazuns: Senate Representative '56- '57: Beta Lambda '56-'57. JUDY CARTER Clamazons: Beta Lambda '56-'57: Dance Committee '56-'5T. CATHERINE CETTI Newman Club. President '56-'57: Clamazons: Inkwell '56- '57g Masque-rs '56-57. BILL CUMMINS Masquers, Technical Director. IRMA DAVIS Geechee '55-'56g Glamazonsg Inkwell '56-'57g Masquers '56- '57g Westminister Fellowship '57. ICS" n-' MARISE CANIIXIER ish' Beta Lambda. President '36-'57g tllamazuns: BSU. '56-'51 CHARLES CARTER ...f"' JAMES COLLINS Newman Club '56-157. TONY COPE 5 Scholars '55-'56: Senate Representative '55-56: Canterbury Club, President. Vice President: lnkwell Stall '56-'57: Fra- ternity '56-'57g Outstanding Suplioinme. ROBERT EPPS Masquers: B.S.U. '56-'57, TOMMY EXLEY CAIL PATRICIA GARWES Newman Club. Vice President '56-57: Science Club. Vice President '55-'56: Math Club, Secretary-Treasurer '56-'57: Cvlee Club '56-'57: Delta Chi. Historian '56-'57: Slick Chicks: Treasurer. Sophomore Class: Armstrong Leadership Society. SHERRY CINSBERG FREDERICK ARLENE DREXEL Science Club. Secretary: '55-'56: Math Club, President, '55-156: Math and Science Club. President '56-'57, Dance Committee '56-'57: Debate Team '55-'56, Sassy Struttersg A.T.B. '56-'57g lnkwell '56-157: Vice President, Freshman Classg Vice President, Sophomore Class, Freshman Math Achievement Award '55-'56g Armstrong Leadership Society. ERNEST EASON GEORGIA FREEMAN Masquers '55-'56: Delta Chi '56-'57, Dance Committee, C0- eds '56-'57g Westminister Fellowship '56-'57, Beta Lambda, Treasurer '56-'5T. BRUCE FRIDDLE Masquersg Radio W.S.g Loafers '55-'56g Dance Committee '56-'57: Inkwell '56-'57, Ceechee '56-'57. CAROL GLASSCOCK B.S.U. President '56-'57. J. B. COFF Ceechee, Business Manager, Senate Treasurer '56-'57. PAULINE GOOLEY Newman Club: Beta Lambda '56-'5T: Dance Committee '56- 57g Glamazons '56-'57, ROBERT HADAWAY Intramural Manager '56-'STQ Gators '56-137: Canterbury Clubg Geechee '56-'57, GAYE L. HOPE Dance Committee '55-'56g Slick Chicks: B.S.U. '55-'56. JULIUS HORNSTEIN Inkwell '56-'57g Clee Club '56-157: Fraternity "X" '56-'5T: Interim Committee '56-'57: Terrapins: Outstanding Sopho- more. ROBERT C. JOINER Inkwell, Editor '56-'57g Math Club. Vice Presidentg B.S.U. '56-'57g Senate Representative '56-'57. RAY KILPATRICK Geechee, Sports Editor '56-1573 Senate. Treasurer '56-'57g B.S.U.g Interim Committee '56-,575 Terrapins '56-'57g Home- cominv Court '55' Mas uers '56-'57g Glee Club '56-'57g D . 1- .- q Dance Committee 136- QT. CAROUNE HXNCOCK Canterbury Club '56-'5T. SYBIL R. H EDEAN Nev man Club '53-156: Beta Lambda. Yice President '56-'57 .- -1-1 JAMES Z. HUDGINS Gators: Senate Representative '56-'57, THOR JOHANSEN Scholars '55-'56: Newman Clubg Basketball Team: "A' Club: Fraternity '56-157: Outstanding Sophomore, DOTTIE KRAFT Science Club -55-.561YixI3lil Club. Treasurer '55-'56: Clee Club '56-137: Sassy Strutters. Captain '56-'5T: Masque-rs, President '56-'5T. CALLIE B. LAMB Beta Lamba '55-'56, -.A-rg WILLIAM B. MCKINNON FREDERICK L. NIERRITT KAY KNIGHT Science Club '55-'56: Math Clubg Glee Club '56-'57g Slick Chicksg Senate Representative '56-'57g Canterbury Club '56-'57, JOSEPH KOHOUMEK FRANK LEUTWYLER Newman Club: Math Club '56-'57: Inkwell '56-'57. BILLY MCCRAY Gators '56-'5T. JEREMY MILLER Loafers. MARDY MILLER Canterbury Club, Secretaryg Ceechee, Faculty Editor '55-'56, Organization Editor '56-'57g Secretary Sophomore Classg Delta Chi, Vice President '56-'57g Cheerleader ,56-'57, GERALD B. AIULLER Wesley Foundation Treasurer '55-'56: Masquers '55-'5T: Geechee. Business Manager '55-'56: Editor '56-'5T: President Sophomore Class: President Senate: Canterbury Club '56- '57g Homecoming Court '55-'56: Georgia Jr. College State Colf Champion '55-156: Terrapins .55-.572 Fraternity Treas.. '56-'5T: Parmanent Dean s List '56-'5T: Interim Com.. '56-'5T: Outstanding Soph.: Armstrong Leadership Soc. LINDA NEASE Cheerleader: A.T,B.. President '36-'5T: Alasquers: Wesley Foundation '55-'56: Canterbury Club '56-'5T: Set-rt-tary Senate '56-'57: Treasurer Freshman Class: Clamazons. Cap- tain '56-'5T: Intramural Board Manager '56-'5T: Inl-:well '56-'STQ Ceechee Photograpliy Editor '56-257: Dance Com- mittee '56-'5T: Interim Committee '56-i5T: Armstrong Lead- ership Soeiety: Permanent Deans List. Outstanding Soph. DONALD LEE NICHOLS Gators '56-'5T. ELIZABETH OTJONNELL Glee Club '56-157: Westtninster Fellowship '56-'Sig Ceeehee Staff '56-'57, i -nh -J' 'S' LORRAINE PERKINS B.S.U. '56-'57g Glee Club '56-'5T. GENE PIERCE Delta Chi, President '56-'5Tg Ceechee. Freshman Editor '55- 56, Classes Editor '56-'57g Cheerleader. Captain '56-'5Tg Beta Lambda. Secretary '56-'57: Senate Representative: Co- eds, Co-Captain '55-'56. Captain '56-'5Tg Homecoming Court '55-'56g Dance Committeeg Interim Committee '56-'57: Ink- well '55-'56g Ceechee Queen Court '56-'5Tg Armstrong Lead- erhsip Societyg Outstanding Sophomore. WALTER NENIECEK EDWARD NEWTON Clee Club: Senate Representatite: Alasquersg B.S.U. '53 '36: Dance Committee '55-'56, KENNETH OTT NANCY PASSINK Beta Lambda '56-'5T: Slick Chicks '56-'5Tg Ceechee '56-'57 Inkwell '55-'56, "'T'1r LOUIS RAWLS Fraternity Party Chairman: Basketball Team Man- agerg Scholars: Club '56-'5Tg Outstanding Sophomore. GARY KYLE RUSSELL GERALD SANDS JANICE SAPP B.S.ll. '56-'57: Masquers .55-.562 lnkwell '55--56. MICHA EL POLLER Masquers. CARL QUANTE Terrapins. President '57, EDWARD SALLETTE Gators: B.S.U. JERRY SAINIMONS WHIT SCOGGIN Fraternity "X"g Basketball Teamg Inkwell, Sports Editor '56-'5Tg Gatorsg "A" Club. ANN SHEPPARD Slick Chicks. Captain '56-'57g Inkwell Reporter '56-'57. WILLIAM SHORT Fraternit Partv Chairman '36'5T' Basketball Team. y 1 . 1 i. -. .-. Q,- Co-Captain '56-'57: Gators: Club 06-oi. ALBERT I. SIMON Math Club '55-'56g Loafers. ., ., 7, ., .. : unix! -AM we .J F x ELTON SPANN Terrapinsg Fraternity "X" '56-'57g Inkwell '56-'5T. MARTIN STELLJES Ceechee Staff '56-'STQ Terrapins: Inkwell Stall '56-157. ARNOLD SIMS SUE REID SOLOMON Beta Lambda Convention Chairman '56-'5T: Slick Luth '56-'57 g. LUCY TROSDAL if Scholars '55-'56. DAVID WILLIAMS JOSEPH WOMBLE Ceechee Staff. Beauty Editor '56-'5T: Dance Committee Chairman '56-'57: Masquers '56-'57g Canterbury Club '56- '57: Senate Representative '56-'57g Co-eds '56-'57: Delta Chi '56-'5T. BOBBIE JEAN WALKER EUGENE ANDERSON FRANK DAVIS SHELBY GLISSON RICHARD POORE HAROLD RICKER HORACE TUGK Pictures Not Taken JOHN V. BURKE ANTHONY KAUFMANN HOWIE MANNHEIM HELEN MOREKIS RICHARD P. REGISTER, JR. ROBERT E. SMITH LILLIAN WORRELL 1 28 GEORGE WINDERS FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS '0. 1 ,,,,,,,.,. 4anJ.'NLf" 7'4- y-f. SLSS,xxxr: Nl.x1,0x1i ...... . TI'0HSllI'l'l' I,NIfN'I'l4.If lfxwrl-11:1 lv . 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Q- Sl' .. 1,3 -r' ...dv 1 ,f 1 . i a V l if fi, 9 x 1 , V V 1 ,gvwzeki M ' 7. - 1 f aifzviai it ,- 2 , , jaggiifwfg ' . f" L . xy, I' Z ,Q i X .. QPQEQ fe if px? H Q Y .-.-,,, ,' f 4 ,-"v ri' f Xl mg, W Nw di" ..-35 'UF' . ,a-1' .144-?' juyvv Krensun Billy Lance Lorna Lapp Jane l.,lIllf,'l'iCli William Logue F 1'ee-c l Lulus Billy MeCray Nlicliael Nlcllmvell Marvin Xlvlnlyre Paula Nlm-lienzie Vilesley Xl1fPipki11 Jim-plm Mahany QQ 1- -' ,Q vifdzht 5,4 E s E L l l Il!! M- sis' 'S- if Hardy Padgett ,lames Perks Philip Perlman Sharon Peters Francis Pinekney Guy Platt Charles Pore-her Robert Porter Barbara Pounder Bohhy Pri or Neal Purris Hilton Hahn ...Y 3 E 5 iv A A .ll ,f- T z -:P 4 wad' "--"'Y" YQ .-NN Na0'.' 'YR Suzanne Malone Cy nthia Martin Charles Mears Dennis Michaelis Anne Mills William Miltiades Bobby Mitchell Thomas Moody Grace Moore Albert Moreno Patsy Nicholson George Ogle ae re- osgfff - J if X . Qi ant- Y: ..Y - v in B1 lf 4-be l YW 'WGN Sol Ratner Ernestine Rizza Jimmy Robercls Herbert Robinson William Roberts William Robinson Jack Rollins Jaunice Romano Carl Rose Sanford Rosenthal Ann B. Ross Sue Rossiter 'Bu ,ss .J '3 I RH? .P "Hur ,V ww- Q hr ska, .Ar N-v"" L' r Q F' -rwf' Sf --.-4. Y xr' ' fi YW'-e"'fy llaxiil Roush Alfonso Sanchez Hariell Sapp Rolwert Saunders Lalwurn Saxon Lau renee Sclirainm George Scliwarz Ann Sharpe Roy Sims Charles Singleton Stella Sledge llaxirl Smith Frank Vlfahlstrom John Williamson Russell Willl3IIlSOIl Steve Wilsriri Ronald Wi1icle1's Julia Wirikelines Eleanor Wolson Ann Youngblood Carroll Zealy Enoch Brown Robert Douglas Patsy Perkins Gerald Smith Norman Smith William Smith Freefla Stanford V Alphorlvst. Lawi ence James Strickland Dan Sullivan Jimmy Sumner Steve Tankersley Betty Thompson James Tomlinson Connie Tunstall Arthur Adams John Adams Laurie Billings Josephine Brown Anthony Brown Thomas Caldwell James Cupstid James Donahue Jimmy Harritos Lloyd Hendrick Richard Hodges Robert Jarrell 40 'Q x PICTURES NOT TAKEN , his-N W -ur ' H. lf. Krosl-Qin Fulton Love Rivhard Lucas Rolwert NlcCo1'cl Allan Marks john Polyrhrones Charles Redmond Nlary Roberts Olin Smith Marvin Thomas Bertie Lou Wolfe CANDLER NURSES The nurses from the Warrerr Candler Hospital School of Nursing 3 R attend Armstrong during the Freshman year to take scientific courses related to their specific field such as chemistry, anatomy and physiology. A busy schedule at the hospital keeps the nurses occupied so that they are unable to participate to any extent in extra-curricular college activities. But social life for these freshmen students is not -.-Pl, entirely absent as they sponsor dances of their own in Jenkins Hall and have their own active glee club in the school of nursing. f I LAVERNE R. JoHNsoN R.N., B.S.N.E. Director of Nursing ' - 'U W is-11 I -.s ...- ELIZABETH RIGGINS KITTY FULCHUM CLAIR GRANTHAM DARWEESE WILLIS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ,f-V 1 I vswgm - I. -- -W Jeanne Beard Ann Boheler Nell Bryant Sue Castlebury Lorraine Crippen 38 e' r w ' l 1 lg X Judy Counts Doris Evans Lucy Jeter Polly Johnson Certie Jones Betty Kelly Annette Long Betsy Mullins Hannah Meeks Mai Ng Barbara Perkins Gloria Reddick Peggy Rogers Pat Stokes 39 in ."- 4:- 4: v .fx 'u ff' A Q X '- Y!"-' 1' .25 x. 'Q E 1 n- - . 51-"'?f5 JQWQQ-5 .-Q..,,,V,M . 3'- X. 1 A' -cv' 0 fx ,J 4 xc .e' .14 g ORGANIZATICDNS Sf mm Eflimr: NIAKIH XIII I 1 lc SMU: J.'Xl'NllIIC Rmlxm jmxxrc I mx gi 2 5 , 'Fl'KTSf'HYW--R MMWTW T i 1 a i I STUDENT SENATE 'lwllv r1wl11lw1'X nf the- SIUIIPIII SPIHIIQ' aw: Hrmf I'flIl'. fvlvl In r1',Qf1r.' Bulrlb' Hu1law213'. RH! Killlalrirk .Ivrry Nlullw-r. l.inmla Xva-ez H-nlnly Glli'l'l'j. 5l11111fil1g. .Sl'f'llIll, rout Paula xl4'Kt'IlZif". KEVIN' Pivru- xllll Ymnllglrlmnl. .Xnnv Xlillx. Burlnara Burke-. l.m'y Tlwmlal. Marisa' lfalnme-r. Hmlwn A51-14. Thin mum' H41 Nr-mlm. Billy Ii:-a-lv-y. Pail Hvi-wr. Fanfmxl Rtlxvllllllil. Sharon Pe-la-rs. Patsy Nh-llulxml Hulwll ,l1lill1'l'. Nlaym' Im- Xlirxglmlmff Nm-aring in Ilw St'I18YUI'r and vlaw nfTi1'Plw for llw 1936-57 College year. 42 .3 K Qw- ,NJ :QD ' 1? The nflicers ul lllt' Stlnlm-nt Senate- are: l,inulu Xlr. l'e-use-. lliiw-vlln' ul, Sllnlvnl Xvlixilir-N. gin-N Nunn' last niinnte- Nease, Sec1'ela1'y: Ray liilpalrivk. TI'P35lIl't'l'I inxlrnvlimi- lu ilu- Fllltlvlll lmfly, Jeriy Nlnller. Pm--imleiitz and Rmlaly 12111-rrx X nm-- President. The Student Senate is the gm'- erning body of the students at Armstrong. It allots money to tlie various organizations. and clirects the activities uf the stuflent lmcly. It is Composed of at least one mem- ber of every organizatimm I't'f'UgI- nizecl ln' the culleafe. . 1, Dr. lrx Hall. in N -4- ing xYi1'IUl'21lllll'PN5t'Nllll' Slllllf'lll Senalv nn lllt' ll0'1't'NNllX nl' un amlmlilinn to Hain 43 I 'T't'FFtAlllil"f4litnl Iillx Nlnlle-r 5 t s GEECHEE The V157 'Ceeelwe stall lmegan as one of the largest annual staffs in recent years. Vifitli a few experientfefl returnees from the previous year and some ainlnitious freslnnen. a stall was readily assembled and work lregun untler leaflership of the editorial stall. Along the way the stall faeetl tlie same old problems: late Copy. lltlSIJlill'Ptl pit-tures. intleeision. inissefl fleacllines. and just plain pro- tfrastination. Hut as tlie year progresserl. the work was gradually lvrouglit to 1-oinpletion. sent to the engraver anal printer. and tlle staff settlerl ltavk to await that clay in spring when the good word would lie "the 'Ceerliee is lierel" All consicleretl it fl1MJSll-l seein possible that any annual staff coulcl expentl more time. energy. and sweat than was spent on the '57 -Cit'6'l'llf't'. an . 1 " ' 1 A :NA 4 F 1 1 -.5 47, - ls iliis xmrli'f 4-. .6 ,, Ti- I V iw A, xt IX Sections Etlitorsz Beauties. l.ut'y Trostlal: Organizations. Marcly Millerg Sports, Ray Kilpatrickg Classes. Gene Pierce. EDITORIAL STAFFS rf! ws I x Q7 157 Fllflllf-YI Paula KIc'Kvmiv. Dultiv Baxlvy. anfl N111 Perfee. ..7 f.lIIS.Nt'.K.' hu ne I 1f'1'm'f'. trlill XII:-l1.,luyvv lxrvlxfml. l,urnu lnpp ...X 0r'gr1r11':uf1'mz.s.' Mm Xmllmglmlmul. jwannv Ilunn. Nlaraly Nlille-r. Jaunivea Hmndnu Hubby Ilaflauay. Barlmara llvan. 17.3" ,.-.. ,sw x YE' "f"'T"" A 1,,,,,,wv - 5 W fs Sports: Martin Stvlljf-S. Betty O'DonnvIl. Ray Kilpatrick. Nano Pa-- Sink. 4.3 N-...nf ' . a x rr' t y H A , 1- , 1-s - A Q U . '.f-'L..f -f 4, M-, 4,11 , .,.., ., ' g 1. an-'bg T1 QI A N S ' ' in " V g k Q f y 7,4-A4,,,.4M Hl'I1llll.l'S.' Sluimn l,1'7l'I'N. lfulrlma l,ill1'kl1t'f. l.l ,llllly EIIIT. XY BUSINESS STAFF The '37 -tiitlt't'llt't' Business Stall was alile to xxeatller a eliatigv nf lmrfes in mirlstreain as Harriet Sapp. assistant business lllilIl3Qf?l'. alvly vuntinuerl the mark lwegun lry J. B. bull in tht- fall. Togellte1'tliey Il1E1IlilQt'fl to sell enough adver- tising lu insure at il2llilIH'Pfl ltllflflfl for llie '57 annual. R Hi' L Bzzszizvss llfllIIlgCl'f J. B. Goff. .s1'11exs Slrzffi Pat-y Nix-lml-tm. Xlartin St.-llitw. llarriett Sapp. J. B. Goff. wth .4x.s1'xrr1r1l ll,lISiI10SS llurmgvr: Eff. lLitllifl7I'S.' Sylxia Burfieltl: Harriett Sapp. literary Etlitorg Linda Nease, Harriett Sapp, Plmtugrapliy Editor: Bruvt- F1'iddle. Stull:-nt Pliotographerg Anne Mills, Art Editor. 46 GLEE CLUB l 1 3 Part ul the blew- Llnlw Inn-nilwrfliip punts fm' an informal pictnrv: A-Xnn Fe-rrvll. llt't'0IIlIJ3XlixI. Row C1ll'4ll'3y. Gail Gaiww-. Ray Kilpalrivk. lftl N-xsttni. Julius lluriifteiii. Dottie' Kraft. Snzannt- Nlultmr-. .Xnn Sharp:-. julia Fralwr. Betty O'I7u11i1ell. Barbara Puuntlt-r. Pat H4'irt'!'. l,lll'l'3lIlt' Pvrkins. anal Kay Knight. ff r. Harm' Parse. llirffctur of the G The 1950-57 Arinstrfmg Clee Clulm cunsistvfl of sunw twenty invin- lners. The grruup presented the annual Christtnas Com'crt in the lnlwlty of the Arinstrung Building. sang on an asseinlmly in the fall. and participated in one of Arinstmnggis immtlily TV prugrains. ln the spring the Clee Club plans a musical with the Nlasquvrs. R 1 1 , , l 1-ll? if 1 4 , 1 '!u,,giQ A ' ' ' . M15 L . 'X T ' 1 1 al si , ' EYE -'X P 'MNA 1' At ,ef 1. 'I he- Lhristma- Univ:-l't. 47 X mln wllvgr- of SAV-llllhlll, Chi., -1.11111 :rx 1211, 15137 Ire if ITl'L1I9JZII No. T Progress has lveen the theme of the INKWIQLL this year. For the first time in sex eral years. the INKWICLL returnefl to a "printed" paper to replaee the home-proclueefl mullilith procluet of recent years. The improvements in appearance anfl quality of copy have certainly justiliefl the aclclilional expense im'olx'ecl. Interesting articles. fine eflitorials. a variety ol material haxe eharaeterizecl this yearis INK- Wl'il,l,. Nlueh 4-reclit for these improxemenls goes to Bob Joiner and his fine stall for making the INKWPILL a good representative college paper. .X 'Y all cr s.f,,, V lull Lflzror ion in .4.s.sof-Irzte lfflitor: ,loHN IIUPKINS. ,. A if QQ? K sine xx ll1nm,,fr x si Nu HUIN Typz'.s1.s.' Blilcrxx AI.EX,XNIJl-lR and hlAliTlN STI-lI.l.JE5. Metronome Editors: JI'LII's HORNSTEIN and TONY COPE. Sports Sfnff: DIctI4IIL .-XIIANIS, "Sr:m'IIf" SCHGCIY. "FLASH" SPANN. I -f fu- ai 1 , i i Club Editor: FRED LUBS. Reporters: FRANK I.I:IfTwI'I.I-LR. CATIIILIIINIL CILTTI, IRIVIA DAVIS, FHIZDDIE DREXEL, YOUNGBLOOD, and LINDA NEASE. ANN B Beta Lambcla is Armstrongis club for girls interested in home economics. Each year the members of the club prepare and serve the homecoming reception and the basketball team banquet. 1 n vu-QW 'li First row: Barbara Barton. Nlarise- l,Qainine-r. Georgia Freeman. Nlrs, Denmark-Advisor, Linda Ne-asv. ,launice Romano. Jufly Wiiiki-liiifl, Svrmirf rozix' Ann Youngbloocl, Margie Evans, Judy Carter, and Gene Picl'ce-Pix-sirlent. Patricia Beiser, ,Iaunice Romano, Ann Ross. Mrs. llawes, Lorna Lapp, Anne Mills, Irma Davis, Georgia Freeman. and Betty O'Donnell. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Fellowshi is a newly-formed religious clu at Armstrong. Patricia Beise is President, and Mrs. Hawes i the advisor. DE BATE FORUM Harris Kandel and Patsy Nichol- son, members of Armstrong's De- bate Forum, won third place at the All Georgia Debating Tournament held in October. Patsy Nicholson also won a third place award as an individual debater. The team planned tours of colleges in Florida and to Emory. Debate Team: Patsy Nicholson. Danny Kigllt. Nlr. Beecher- llebate Coach. Anne Mills. and Harris Kandel. DANCE COMMITTE E The Dance Committee is in charge of Armstrongs dances'-the decorations. music, refreshments-in fact. general supervision. e r s w , ,x r 2 2 - 2 X. Rr' T7 First row, left to right: Beverly Hursey. Gene Pierce. Nliss fl:-nqkerr-WMlvisor, Lucy Trosdal--Cliain man, Anne Mills, Joyce Krensun. Georgia Frm-man, Ann Youngbloml. Seroml mum' Barbara Barton, Judy Carter, Carolyn Brinson, linda Nease. Jaunive Romano. ,1- fi Eli: 2, LQ Q5 di .. af QQ lf, ' . ",.s L.. " v P' vp , THE MASOUERS 1 wry For the Armstrong Masquers 356-'57 proved to be a successful year. The fall production, "The Go- rilla." the story of a couple of inept detectives and a bizarre criminal provided many laughs for all. The scenes on this page show the Masquers in re- hearsal for Thornton W'ilder7s "Our Town". This play. scheduled for production during the winter quarter. had to be postponed until early spring because of the demands of the Building Fund Drive on everyone's time. As copy for the annual goes to press the Masquers proposed production for the spring is the Gershwin musical, "Of Thee I Singn to be produced in conjunction with the Glee Club. . .- I QA sive' 1 LQAH. 1 .1 if L an CL , 'If' 4' a . ,I , I lixatl , V N I, its Nqqfo Q o u -.f" J 'ff -I 3 -En ssl -5 '43 .Z -u .UL Hhs P- 'II 271 Q, . R-si ' X -5 i 2 ai .X x 8 FN wx, N- 5 First row. left Io righrf Henry Armstrong. Richard Howard. Donald Anderson, Jimmy Sumner. Seronrl rouz' Shelby Clisson. Dotty Kraft. Arnold Sims. Freddie Drexel. Frank Leutwyler. Third row: Gail Garwes. Kay Knight. Bob Joiner. James Hall. MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB The Math and Science Club provides students interested in these fields with an opportunity to share the interest with fellow students and further it by various extra-curricular projects. field trips, lectures, and the like. Freddie Drexel. President. Advisors: Mr. Morris, Miss Adams, Mr. Padgett, and Mr. Casper. -5 DOs X 1 ltlnivf I 1 i Q .s!'4 -nu""' f Ql'!9'TF sttfwj H li" ' 5 411 First row: Harriett Sapp. Rose Cormlray. Beverly llursey. Carol Glasscock. Fay Anderson. Vfllarisf- Cannner, Sylvia Barfield. Rev. Bartield. Mr. Padgett. Sernml mum' Bula Joiner. Shailvn Peters. Carolyn Brinson. Judy Eure. Patsy Carter. Ann Sharpe. Connie Tunstall. Janice Sapp. Fred Merritt. Third row: Jimmy Roherds, Arnold Sims, jimmy Sumner. Russell Williamson. Roy Sims, Ray Kilpatrick. and Bubba Haupt. Carol Glascock, President. Advisors: Rev. Badield and Mr. Padgett. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The purpose of the B.S.U. is to keep Baptist students actively par- ticipating in local church work. Meetings were held every other Friday in the faculty Room 'of the Hunt Building. Plans this year included a ban- quet for installation of officers, a Christmas party, and attendance at the Spring Retreat in April. among other things. 57 CANTE RBURY CLUB V , Q4 -an-use-chhngnl Front to bt1t'l.'.' Tony Cope. Ranny Bradford. john Hopkins, Mardy Miller. Lucy Trusdal. Jerry Nluller, l,inda Nease. Kay Knight. Father Griswold, Fred Lubs, Marian Alexaitder, Mr. Dunn. Tiffany Wilson. Jeremy Miller. Mrs. Lubs, and Ann Youngblood. The Canterbury Club is a member of the National Episcopal College Student Organ- ization, but its membership is opened to students of all denominations. Meetings were held weekly on Sunday evenings and were devoted to discussions, social and recreational activities, led by various religious leaders. These activities were augmented by frequent Corporate Communions and Lenten Services. Tony Cope, President of the Canterbury Club. Advisors: Father Griswold, Mr. Dunn, and Mrs Lubs. The Newman Club is the college religious organization for Catholic students. The 1956-57 organization boasted the largest membership of any Armstrong Newman Club in recent years. Highlight of the vear's activities was a communion breakfast held in February. well attended bv some forty Newmanites and their guests. The Guest Speaker was the newly installed Auxiliary Bishop of Savannah. The Most Reverend Thomas J. McDonough. i i l s . i 1 ga..-+"w .-f , - ff atherine Cetti. President of the Newman Club N11 s Jule Rossiter. faculty adviser. Father Thomas Payne is religious advisor. NEWMAN CLUB jr CD us- AQ K. it Front I0 back: Charles Porcher. John Burke. Catherine Cetti. Sue RlbF5iI.f'!' Paula McKenzie. Ernesline Rizza, David Smith. Barbara Pounder. Paulinf Cooley, Gail Carwes. Frank Leutwyler. Louis Waldhour. Thor ,Ioliansf-n. James Collins. Jimmy Foughner. Miss Rossiter. and Mr. Persse. Ffrs! row: Slew llurnstfgin. Thur Johansen. Russ Williamson. Tony Cope. Aubrey Lott, B00 Horn- Nte-in. lnuix Walellwur. Roy Sims. Dicky glflanns. Presirlcfnt. Nlr. Morris. Advisor. Second row: Jerry Muller. Guy Platt. Rock Spann. Lnuis Rank Thirn' row: Bill Short. Huh Pryor. Whit Scoggin. FRATERNITY X - l l We re sportsmeul l S0 are We' ' , 6 GN Left to r1'gl'1t.' Tommy Smith, Bill Gurnvr. Frank Walmlstrom. Franrif PiIN'kI1Py. Owar Hans:-n. G1-nv Jones, Cordon GrantwPresid6nt, Hardy Padgf-tt. Juhn Porter. javk jmws. , S 5 new H . -c J'-4' 'vb . ' , At work. ALPHA DELTA CHI CBETA CHAPTERJ At play. ' Ji. PATRICIA BEISER l'z'Ce-President 62 ANN FFRRELL SHARON PETERS ERNESTINE RIZZA .,AZx, LINDA NEASE President MARY ANNE ROLLINSON Advisor JOYCE KRENSON Reza FREDDIE DREXEL LORNA LAPP HARRIETT SAPP GENE PIERCE President ,Q GAIL ALLEN Secretary Zahn ANNE NIILLS PAULA MCKENZIE LUCY TROSDAL CAROLYN IHLY BETTY THOMPSON MRS. DENMARK Advisor Al ,. GEORGIA FREEMAN JANE LIMERICR A.- I I dd NIARDY BIILLI-IR 1 4 ,X 'QA I f"Y' J ELEANOR MURPHY O ,wax '47 GAIL GARWES N vi? , 4 .Ji , JUDY EURE ff r ,. KY 1 " X " 'I ijmfz 4, 1 ,wi .lk ' Q! I If .1 ' .. UQWW: , 3 lx '1 ' , I . is ,Jn-' 2 if ! I I Q l. -5 Y-as 'ix ,. 'uu- 'lien W su ,I .. ,4l, W . r 1 ' : Y ' ,fx 2' ' Aff' v I5 A. f ..'- 4? Pu n 1 1 5, HX.. .'l ' -.vt .N-5' ll 5 .yu 4 .- .,', 5 Q' I . W3 f , 4 N xii--c: :' , , . 4 , Q 'F ,. , . ' 'hh '. 32, - 1211 ' H . '. um l . Qtr. v lr! 'Ai' ' ' . 'ff - I I ' JV' I ff' ' JDJ . -i ' "N'h- Q1-3, ' 4- f" ' I -ff .ff-'J "ff J s, L J 4. I U 0 .fu rx ' 15.3- 9 p.N'- . -ef' ' 2 N ". Ji . X, .f , . , . 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Manager Why 50 glurnl I-'ellagf Thor Johansen shows great form with his jump shot Leaders in team spirit are our Cll6t'1'lt'34lt'I'i. let! to riglzri Nlaraly Nliller. llarriell Sapp. tiene I'if-rw. Linda Nease. and Beverly Hursey. - 2-Q V A K J .t sr' f - I M: 1 I Q ' y 1. Q t g , I Back with the "Geechees" this season and still showing their stuff are these members of the "A" Club. Left to rgihti Louis Rawls. Thor Johansen. Whit Scoggin. William Short. and Dickie Adams. :5.a 1 i ii-4 , -:Agia A 3 I ,,'Q'7'4 V 5 . . 'Q ai , ti f ' ff v -f l,P "IU 'lj ',,,j2.:4xVv 4 Girls' Intramural Board. Left to right: Barbara Barton, Dottie Bfiysl Intramural Board- Left to 'ight-' Rat' Kilpatfickq Alb' Kraft, Linda Nease, Gene Pierce, and Miss Crockett. Slmon' Richard Howard, GUY Platt, and Coach ROY SiIIlS- ' Miss Patsy Crockett, versatile P. E. instructor who is with us for the first time this year. The Intramural Boards govern all the activities of the intramural teams. They schedule basketball and football games, arrange for referees and any other necessary business. F t X 1 A , ' ' I ,eva , r , L I I w I . y I , . ' I n 1 mggmmpmw ,fgnvgvmm-ww --...f T I ..-..-- ,,,.,,. ,, G 'wa' Ima nv . 4 , 029' H4 ll ' gr .I H59 'll u . , I n H599 -Q ggi ',,' V ' E " t as ,q-I , ' 'O-X 1 ,.x x.,w .zfw H-,R , . w B' R "',.. R A P I N S ZH! ,. 'Kg First row. left to right: Billy Lance. Carl Quante, Elton Spann, Angus Faust, Bob Plank, Bubba llaupt. Stanrlfng, left to right: Fred Jackens, Ed Bates, Billy Fox, George Schwarz, Red Strickland, joseph Com an, Ernest Eason, Jerry Muller, Martin Stelljes, Karl Hall, and Ray Kilpatrick. X - - , , -.Qu ,aj N- ,,.. . A 1 Ai -,Z I , Q--...Z wg?- ' ' "X-f.-..- I .51 7 V 0 fx--X K! . 1 ,xx . YB XX'-2 -Q 1 1' x,,J 1' gl' :TV ' ri 'J ,I ,ff -,yn-1' ' .piqp-a-3-f ,. ,Aw ..,...., ,Fwd it. ' 5 " is 2 ' ',.sw.l' :glxl Y p 1 v X.. gf g will ,Q fy Q, li . 5 mv' '4 The Terrapins took second place in "flag" football competition this year. CARL QUANTE, President 5 no-no f , 'Q-M ING 9 E. Y . . ' 'Lg' H , ......- A .7 L1 .. W 1 'F f in .Q ,W "'-'W QC' 1- A , ,,, J v 4 Sv l P l , , .Ml N . 'H , Q x ..,Q. V' I, . ,qv-A A ni Ax . ,Avy N. -. ,va - uf - fe.-.W ' 8 it I ? ' 5 5 l Y Q , QT 3 '-L J, h f.. I y iv K X yy -'Q in -1 "' . K 1, ggyh' i K ' W A Standing, left to right: Carl Beasley, Ronnie Winders, William Logue, Wesley McPipkin, Neal Cupstid. Sitting, left to right: Gerry Smith, Joe Womble, Myron Hicks. i 6 f2""fs'3 iQ -Q., w ' ' 22? if r - y i y ' . ,a,,,,r"4t-M K , , f, f"l ,. . A i -5' 1, ,, ls "' 'XS I ' , e 1 H- ' -' 'W . Sf,-LM' , l ...Q ""' 13 L gif l . '+P' .9 ""f" - - , f ff 5, ,- . ,Q ,,- 1 'fx Q f N lliuhuin - "Q RICHARD Howmw, President ji, ,f E 97" . ' . Y, 99 9 is W' 1 ,li fi r ' , , ' M1 M l ,q 1 O 5 f ' Q" N 'B , ,I 7 ff. W ,ff 9 . 1-,M " ff Q32 . fl' gfffak 4 'ff I , xg -.H 'QM-,," ina G A T O R S Q '-'cv' ' -ui Q "1" . x-f 'Q S1'rt1'ng.' Donald Nichols. Hardy Padgett, Gordon Grant, Guy Platf. Standing: Billy McCray, Bobby 1- 'D Hadaway. Bubba Pinckney. Ed Sallerre. Jim Foughner, Charles Davis. C ,sl 1' . J - -D dig? Cx? . D af J fl X -4 i ' N3 --..., 74- Xl . as a N,. 1 The Gators were the victors in "flag" football this season. GUY PLATT, President I -'1 J nf lf ? ' . ' 9 ' 4' .4 Standing: Mr. Morris. Sitting: Henry Armstrong,,Cal Cross, Donald Amerson, Walter Byrd. Qqj? L Av-"'t L 4? F22- .rm 2 W ui- 2. .. AL SIMONS, President G L A M A Z O N S A4. - .1, ..-.,,-- -A "' " " SFU'-TW' " f " ' 4195"-!-4 i I an nl: Ili! , ' ,342 'I " ,af . L", -' Standing: Nancy Fosmire, Margie Evans, Pat Beiser, Dottie Kraft. Kneeling: Freddie Drexel, ,launice Ramano. Back row: Judy Carter, Judy Eure, Catherine Cetti, Irma Davis. Front row: Marise Cammer, Barbara Burke, Linda Nease. - 1 A S L I C K C H I C K S Back row: Ann Sheppard, Nancy Passink, Kay Knight. Front row: Gail Garwes, Barbara Barton, Sue Solomon. C O E D S Back row: Marian Alexander, Sue Rossiter, Gene Pierce, Gail Allen, Georgia Freeman. Front row: Barbara Dean, Suzanne Malone, Lucy Trosdal, Joanne Gunn. fri ' 1 H I " ."i. X "f':'vb v If Q. ,. +!x': - -. - 5 O I' si wks, l H.. rg r H - -. J 1 5 filigfllr'-QFQv1Nm gf fu ' 2' . 1.-rr . ,, 1 If Q -.ii 9 A 'Q I , ' -4 F' , ,Q-.l'3 0- .5lFs,w 5 ' 'QW V Q. I 5. Y is - 3 4 - '21 .' .lx Q 'A '-awe, - i if 5? 5 .QT ff, JP x - 4 Q A? N' , tl. i'f 5 vpn'-3',v:l' '51 S ' 'les-' ' , " .FS '- .. 3- A- . . N-F. 0 -v ,X 1 H A M - .9 K ' ' 'J F 0' 5 -.qi 'gg gg. -g. .-.fl 1. :uishll W' "'r?L3fl 3-Eifii Q 'Xi -' .-' 1 5: 'I I ' ,2!" P- ' .--.1 'Jmwk rf , ' u in, 4 -Q ugqqi ' 492 .r- .,.p. i 1 ' ...g .' Y I -un- 4 Q 4. .. .- 'll .0 . 2 ' A A Y ' . ' - LL k. , . N. A ,. , ...v A - 'QIQ1 - ,Ira-1 '--""'?' ... t f .FN "' " 4' 5' 6 1 -lv, " . , . . kan- "2 it 1 ',"'.'i Q 3' -JW' ,-x ,I . Q. -' ga,- Slive- -Q ' , 4'9" 'fi ' ..-sv ai 1,-3. " F P f xvlx -Q.- si x 5 vpq 'FQ , y'nr 7 1 1 gr x .ps 'Q . FEATURES 15-34" "J The King and Queen with the Royal Court. From left to right: Billy Fox. Harriett Sapp, Roddy Cuerry. Joyce Krenson. King and Queen. Prentice Easterling. Sharon Peters. Guy Platt and Suzanne Malone. Refreshments always taste good. but these were delicious? K-1 C: -Q X ' i Last year's King and Queen. Dickie Adams and Dottie Baxley, crowned the 1957 King and Queen of Homecoming. ' i' '54 i , . I A I v i I L- 8 n 1 "V, X .. ' 3' fu... S May I have the honour of the next dance? A very memorable evening, we danced 'til om Y 'Q 'se r , ,e V gi :S 'z ,. -. li D Y, The Sock Hop on November 10 was a big success. Shoes were checked at the door and everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of a jukebox. Decorated socks were displayed to the judges and a prize was given for the most originally decorated pair. h,,,-Q. fn . A . -4,..-u-.-.Q-uaamu. -man tt 'R ,n'Mw,,- ,. K. av. ...Qu ,..,,,- ' f ' M A V , nv-Xv4 """' 4-1zp4'wnX,1 ax! " f f -1-Q....-,.ineiW-rwlwv .qv--.. A '-f+.- alrvv-.9 'i' l 1 GEECHEE DANCE :W ie"4 WY, 5,13 'if u- . .4 JW,,.,- rx, H ' ,Q 'I f if 4 , 'E 0 ' 4 3 ' - fb r e 1 is NA' e 4 A, ,h K K Q tiv u 1 ' wr -:T A -. ff? if ' f 'E' x K. 'JEL , 1 q ef' 5 , b, -if S rv' .ff A Y, 5 , ' n ,. 4- ' 1 "'I'T'f'LA, ' . up-f cl lvl me le-ll you mlm! llappa-nn-el nvxt Tiffu I 1 Everyone had a wonderful time. "T- PHYSICAL A strung body is the bes asset to a strong mind. Vulley Ball 1-'fi' Ping Pung Yvrestling Q llmlern Dancing Boxing 1 6 in EDUCATIGN Qu-i,qi-Q-NY. ii V ir: Tennis 3 -1 A, ,,... ,g X S V X 4 ..-'wym Q. Q its 5 - .. ev 'mmf 'hfhr .-1 sk' NNNW. ' - -"WY on " 'Q . 1N'?"'A," V. J' ' 7 wiv' air, x Ffvlv '57 " ice Ralnano. Barbara Dean. Standzng: Joanne Gunn. Delta Chi Rats." left I0 right: Ann Youngblood. .laun- Please. you're disturbing my lunch as J . . , 5 5 , Min-ww, But Mr. Persse. colored plCtl11'CS couldnt be that exp1 7 4,-,M-J--5-1-v-4-lf--1' ,. 5.1, " n ,Z 5, ,,-.. ... ,.,nx.m, . ...J 1 uf I .. E . 1' .gig ' 1 X .- I 'N "Y 88 Ap i. - Ganilwle Hall. our Sc-ielice Builfling. has serxecl us ahh llnwmugzli the- if-urs. lint it now needs expansion In include IIIUIW' lalmratory lacilitivs. With tlw 1-niiiplvlimi nl our huilfling campaign this year Gainhlc- will haw a lXKH-Slilff aclmlitinn thul will enahle heltei' teaching and nmre up-to-date equipnwnl. L. 'Ni' bs- Don't fire til you see the whites of their eyes. .vase , 89 if 'W :fail F w w I A ' " ,Q Q wt i Q 5 Q 49: ' ll qui '-v- of wiv 0 '-"""4 -r -.W .' . .k'rI'q, "F: ' ..--.1-nw ' - 'f?'-' 3" L 1,1 .'-5.23 ffg. f . I if . 4 X .Nl 5 . Y r H .Vw-if 5 'ik ?:,.a,pv A - .. 1 s v, 5. ' . "' V ff-A '-xx . - ' fig 9' fi . " .,-c' .If-.-.- Q Q' X' 1 D. 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M uf ww,f' is n ixil .4 X J 4 'R I, . ik 854 1 ' x , J"' mf' ,. 4 ,1 JW 3: O' 4. is 'ls- Nfl' 'Y BEAUTIES Qevfion Erlifor: Ll 113' TRUSIMI, Staff: Su mm P1-:Tl-iRs J1 m' 1211112 GEECHEE QUEEN 4 . ,v 4 ,S1 , Q I , t. f' , . 19 52 'sf 9' A ' H 'riff Uv Q 'IJ ffnf Pu 'lv EQ 1- 53 'IW ga.,-N fu '- '-- ,---up , ,gvh 'ef' fn" ,nf-'ll J Av.. 7" 'Z' E+ 1 W . in L 'wana W ,YQ - A V' ""'0n .A n ' ,- 'n . a.,s .N Q r 5 sw . i 2 '1 nib .A 746' I1 Q... "?"'? 2 ,'3 S+, V W. 12-- ,, ki, ,Q , nl , 'X .v""d 0 .sig um. .-.minus-x, A N ' - P W .AV W did Among the 19 candidates pre- sented at our assembly the judges chose Vicki Beall. a Freshman Liberal Arts student to reign as Armstrongis 'Ceechee Queen. Vicki, sponsored by Fraternity X, is a Cheerleader and a member of the Nlasquers. Five-feet-five with brown eyes and brown hair. Vicki is known by her smile and cheerful disposition. Good natured with a happy laugh and a willingness to help anyone. she has won the re- spect of all students at Armstrong. 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