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

 - Class of 1964

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FOR REFERENCE 0 Not Toke From Thus Room LIBRARY WPIW 1,71 M. i' xksuld of 1' ae 0 -. Why 1' X ' , 0 0 Q 'r"' Q 4 ' 4 .,, '... fl A 'I ...U V -'x,.n g mf ' ' . 1 . 3: . .' yt 1? L ' D , , Y O JI W , 4 v .N g- 9 b . V sq 1 x ' N' 135 R 14", ' KA '.'a 1.:f,' , A , g , 9 I 1 A.,.I ta .I I .,: .lx Uri, J P I t ' I O 4 H Lufll, iq. v A I 1. Q N Q ' Q 5 n S The x GIEECHJEE 1196411 Ji? I6 'Q J' 'v 'TIM-1 's 5 f 73-ff" l. g -'iv 3:3 ff ,z r-"'. ' .111 ? , ,AQ If 'J 1 f.. 9 'Q 9 ' ff-f-7"'f Barbara Jacobson, Editor-in-Chief Myrna Marcus, Associate Editor Armstrong College of Savannah Lynn Bernstein, Business Manager Addie Lynch, Assistant Business Manager Ferrebee Edwards, Art Sc Layout J. Harry Persse, Faculty Advisor 3 Editor LUX. .-.f 4 QV tw! 51"- .tal Ki.. . 4 , ,E ', . 2, Y,... ' x lu.-,, '-msgs Table o ontents I. Dedication . . 6 II. Administration and Faculty. . . 8-23 III. Classes . . 24-61 IV. Beauties . . . 62-69 V. Sports . . 70-79 VI. Organizations . . . 80-98 VII. Advertisements . . 99 -1 1 1 5 Dedication In view of the long and devoted service rendered to Armstrong College in his years as teacher and president, it is fitting that the ,Geeclzee dedication of 1964 should go to Mr. Foreman M. Hawes in this year of his retirement as president of Armstrong. It was twenty-eight years ago this January, only months after the opening of the college, that Mr. Hawes arrived on campus. A native of Richmond County, he had received his early education in that area, graduating from the Locust Grove Institute. He went on to earn his hacheloris degree at Mercer University and a masterqs degree in chemistry at Emory University. He served as instructor of chemistry at Georgia Tech for a while, and came to Armstrong in that capacity in the winter of 1936. By 1942 Mr. Hawes had hecome advisor for student activities and Dean of Students. In 1943. when President J. Thomas Askew resigned to enter the war-time Navy, Mr. Hawes was chosen to fill the vacated post. He guided the college then through the lean years of the war, the post-war hoom and the return to normalcy after the Hood of veterans. In his long term of office as president, Mr. Hawes' achievements have heen numerous and varied. Under his guidance the college has acquired most of the huildings it now occupies. He obtained the use of the Georgia Historical Societyqs Hodgson Hall as the college lihrary, expanded the science facilities of Gamhle Hall, and presided over the transfer of the college from the city to the University System of Georgia. More recently he has heen instrumental in forwarding plans for huildings on the new campus site which will soon he hrought to fruition. Besides these tangihle signs of accomplishments, a more important and less ohvious aspect of his administration is to he found in the standards of academic excellence that he has fostered. These are reHected in the success of Armstrong students at reputahle senior colleges everywhere and the hne reputation that the college has throughout the nation. Therefore it is with admiration and respect that we dedicate the 1964 ,Geecliee to President Foreman M. Hawes. The Geechee Staff 7 I . '- 1.5 . , ,HN 1 -an W" - 4 ADMINISTRATION AND IFACCIUIJTY Wu Q,, ' . vfalfii " . ' af My .wif ,',,m, , 0- ,fm '5? ??gfQiQ'- . .....,-H , H: , , ,P S A ...r .J'.w 'Y W ' 5?? . Lq ,' ,GN -,-.. W ,N " ' ,, X :ff w f .,' -Uv pd gr ' 01- i, 9 The Armstrong College Commission Dr. Irving Victor, Chairman Mr. Arthur I. Jeffords, Vice Chairma Mr. Grady L. Dickey Mr. Frank Barragan, Jr. Mr. Frank Hill Mr. John F. M. Ranitz, Jr. Mayor Malcolm Maclean Mr. Robert F. Lovett, Chairman, Chatham County Commissioners Dr. Thord M. Marshall, Superintendent, Board of Education, Chatham County Mr. William Schandolph, President, Chamber of Commerce Dr. Darnell Brawner, President, Board of Education I x X 9 - Dr. Irving Victor, Chairman 0- A I N Foreman M. Hawes, Pl'C'SilI'C'I1f 11 will-is DQ oscph I. Killorin flfmlcnifz' Dum 1 Ilnrry Pcrssc lhum nf ,Sxfllt!L'1lf,f 12 ,wifi -63 "Qld" 2' jp Jule C. Rossiter Comptroller S- ffl L .nf-Nm 'A ' fi., Nellie H. Schmidt jack H. Padgett Admiffiom 065667 Regixfmr 13 'Iwi .qc-vt' Ngxnning Hicrs Diff blur of Sflltffllf l'u'm7lI1c'fSc'!'1'i Phyllis Cartwright Liblllfiglll S' Regina Yost Librarian 1 .. QF 1 1 1 . ,L Q . 'tin , '!'F""""'i-'wnvww-qv-sv-vq ,. Mary Strong Director of Commzmizy Service! I 1 -Y-'.. .. , r ""'is'll.Q' ' iw 'W ',,fM..r r , N 1 5-xlfiiy WV Qwbmnwbf W 1 HW """""'5m- -' -, . 'Q Elizabeth Pound Manager of Stmierz! Cerzler 4 ,,,,..--as L ,,.,....., 3 ,I I f i fl rfD-M"- 1-. r, - -.-Q---. 'w l' Q ' s 1 lCcfyi.1f1'.11".i' Sfdffi Min Campbell, Bcrtis jones, Virginia Arcy -- -'var . f-fr S ,v l lg. Ili lim-ii, ,'iHflf.H1f rn ,flilmii mini Uffm 1' Mary Kearney, S11'ilrlff1n.zrff Opcmlor imqmi, Mm 111.111 In ,fli.Jifu11iz' Demi Hi E 1i""""' f Ffa ' Corinne McGee, Bookkeeper Marjorie Mosley, Admifzifmztizfe Affiftfzfzt Frances Mull, Secretary to Stzzdefzt and Secretary to the Prericient PerJ01z12elSerz'iceJ 26 Eleanor Salter and Annette Miller, Library Sccrefmier 17 59? up . 0.0 Leslie IJ.lX'L'IlPUI'f, CfhIfI'7I1uIl1.' Hannnlm Hollcmzm Bimllwgy 00 -0. -'g,f'.g,,o' '00'l Q Q . . 0 . .5-!f.L,.': 0 63" .N HT? S 0.1 . f. ' X .gx joseph Green, Ranny Bradford, Josephine Amari, Lee Sayre O 0 H ,ai 19 f' f -Hx Jack Fowler, Charles XY'hire, Mar- garet Lubs, Cln1i1'11m11,' Xvilliam Starrs - Q pf-Q--a .a. vw- I XY 'illi41m Vfinn, james Scmmcs, Rwbcrt Stubbs, Cl7.If7'71hI71.' Edgar XY'ilford, XY'illiam Stephens M31 hematics Ch mistr Y 1 .5 K Alccn XY'Yilli11ll1S, Cf1alf7'7IId7l.' Frank Brimclow 20 G hi 'e mi- l-'vn rs""' '-Q.. """-- N-N 'lug Ph .,.. M N" f--.- YT? V T I 39 Q. 0 , . -41 'iv env! T J, Kenneth Davidson, Dorothy Thompson, Cbni1'mfm,' Hinckley Murphy, Manning Hiers Psychology and Sociology Robert Rockwell, John cleslslets, Cbairmmz 21 Physics P 3, .'T S51 eyaf T' 'Sis X: ' Dorothy XX zulc, Roy Suns, f.lhll7'N1rHl, Larry fnpp Physi all lEdILl1C3UUi0Il1 Jean Vininghlohn McCart ,Lamar avis, mirmmz Business Admminisfmrautism Histsry and Pslliitisall Smicemcs MM? Y .. 5 E Cfmirnzw 1 'i , YS QLASSHZ Q1 5 ,.,, ... .. .A-41 f V , I .zw -Q 25 I -hw.. 1- N-1 UPHQ GRE CLASS IQN -Q w ,Q I 9 1 1 In ,,,o-3 Class Uffifimers lun lmwrs, 5L'Ll'l'Iill'yQ VIQIIICI Reiley,'I'rc1mu'crg xlnrncs Ramsey, Prcsidcntg Clmcc Cioodovc, Vice-President 241 ll? 119641 Stanley Adler Alice Alnutt I I Q43 Gwen Ashcraft julie Balderson Virginia Alexander f 93 41 XY'I1I'C Beall Ronnie Benford Judy Benton Hclcn Blackwood Fred Black Earl Bland Edward Bland "'-v- -'- ----7-Q,-.-,, , , . 9' -'--1-gina:-lil Q ,. .......L......,., ..... .. 7-A--van---b----.- 0 u-u-1.1 a-1u---'B- Q-J-4--.T---A -' 3 Q Qs ' 4. V . aw... 3 ,L,,-, S L r I 1 MOST OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Jimmy Ramsey F, :- 'UN Thomas Boone pm. II" Fred Boyd Barbara Boykin Sandra Bridges Wfiley Brooks Q--' f2'A "f:-v'- Daniel Brown Mfarilyn Burke Perry Carter Terry Burnscd OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Martha Anne 'Iulhs 150 9-g in ,Q Po bn..- 9. Q-1 5-v 54 0 pn -sw, L. . Dv'- L Rae Nellc Burnsed , . N Vernon Cawthon Guerry Cook joan Denmark tk Marie Doyle Martha Drake Nw! ' Eva Dukes Margaret Edcnficld 47 I, ...f 1 V ,fi A1 ' ': . - rr Ay! ' fi ' ' I V' 3 ,U f VII xp? X x Aly: Kf. I ' . - 4- v A -, .nl Ig.: r I Martha Embry janet Fields Andrea Fountain 5x - 1-Q... -,,..,... ,ff OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Larry Olsen - ee 1, me-ee f- Y' " xxx x X K ai Fil iii PEI Ai 'Q Ak Il I I 2.52. ri., 2: Lf M rf 9 .yy All I 'V . - Grace Goodove Bruce Greene James HHIUPTOH Helen Heidt Danny Kramer Y f ,Vg 41' X 'vg si s .511 exlm James Lange Beverly Love .y fv-, 'Dx -iii K ... -7' mllblg r lvllll : .. x e 5 V Q3 ., .- 6 xg ff I ' u " if - I I f"" 071 . . 1 X ll' -Q ' ll 1 K, Af' Charlotte Lee Helen Lee Kay Leon Ann McGill ames McDaniel OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Tom Txppett ZH fb' 1 3' 'H -W N ,fv- 5'F'7"' 1 o ' lil 1:40:65 I I- If V' '19 x.w cgi-:il I I Q 5 Q 0 ' - - - If O' ll O 5 ss' I I I I Sandra Mock Charles Monroe Harry Moore Andrea Mosely Phil Murphy Ann Nash Heywood Nichols 35 lfii A. I 5 if' 'rl Bob Nordman Judy Nunn Larry Olsen 4 5-A -inf", lu.. OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE jane Powers 5 ,frkgfr , Nl ns bl 0 Q Williaxn Page lr .M .r nw. ames Oscar Linda Pelli Carolyn Perkins David Plank 15 I-L aff' X, i '- . f 'Uv . If, anim :- .Xvl I If iii! Jean Powers jane Powers W - . ,V I L , . - 'FM 1 . I , I, ,T , I ,mms li I Robert Riley james Ramsey I 37 OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE jean Powers I 1 F"""' I 1'-' . -I I , I C . I . - . .f 1 i , I ' 3 I f 4 I .,p v I 4. I Y I I EIN I -I 'Ut' x' X Q I A o"IIIfgQyIiT'f2f I7 A m I Ima Lil Bmdwcll Sampey Gqven Sellers Patricia Sellers Allen Shcnslcy iq' OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Andrca Mosely Wlilliam Smiley 38 ,, 7 X fi ra i Rose Smith john Stewart Carl Thompson Randall Thompson Tom Ti ppitt ,.-'vt'-Y' K .ur M 'N 1-1 9 X a 94 . 45' ,y '.-.,1.u - 'nl A- ' , .L . .gf , K- . ' ,,,f-.v1.,.,'. 1. Y' giftffg, A-1. R Patricia Trudell Martha Tullis 39 f -5 Ii' r , - A 'A , 1 5- , gl -s 5' ' N" -4 ., xl Melinda Vifordcn Jeanne WiHiams JamCS WilSOH ' Hn 'L Xi OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE Grace Goodox e Judlth Wilson P. C. Wu -div-hr0'1vx w-"f'UV' PRESHMA CLASS .ll N QQ f-':- N 4 1-avg' A' Class Qfficelrs Lynn Bernstein, Treasurerg James Davis, Presidentg jane Hancock, Vice-Prcsidcntg Carolyn Ynrbrouglm, Scnatorg Angvla Hulwcrr, Sccrumry 41 ir rfw 'R i Q .- 1 l 12" XYilliam Alpert Lillie Amluos Barbara Anderson Dwight Anderson 'K 1-v Ky, Elllflt A1'I1SfClf1 Juan Ayala Jaqk Ayoub JOl1D B21Ll6Dl100p 1 n . 1 Latrcllc Banks 1 Aw '23 john Bami ,av Pamela Bell s x A 5f'E?754'f'57'T-' ' ' ' ' t 113.-S32 5.1.4 V , A, ,., "Wx, Robert Bennett X -?31"i' Lynn Bernstein EL' Raf Biezenbos :swf ' it XX if "A, N W if I .f wi ' f,i ,gr an 1 fi Q 'F 11 ,.-2 Y D5 4' A W J If ix n if K fy Robert Boyette Linda Boykin Madeline Brewer Dale Brown ,A 501 tw if Q4-x 'Ex 1 Q W i I A R N - ,-, XX N at f .ni "Six .,fV:, MXN ll I s gas. iff? .vc X nl,, ' .Link LX .1::: an ,icuii-azvkxti '-'wi' ' ' Xizaihjiiiii Eric Brown Fred Brown Sonia Buchanan james Bnqlmer T-P ' r . A I u 33 . .. Harrier Burke Edward Burns '11 lf? K7 ff' Ralph Burns Inez Burts XX x Richard Byrd 1 -.af X I Nancy Cahaniss Pauline Canant XVilliam Cannady v f 4 1 I Cindy Carson Michael Ciucevich Beth Clark XUIIVC7 Charles Claxton jill Clements Alan Clifton Mary Conner Richard Collier l i I 4 Linda Coppage Elton Cowart i 1 4 I l 1 , ., , i I r 5 KQQ , AL S wgvynvnllilxt .. ..., 3 im :fn : nl l l Kafhl' COX Ruth Craft jim Creech Ray Crosby 45 --,.-,...- M-,-v-T--. K 1 fmvrx N X, :-A Y fy I Ap fb ...r ,- Y I mlm U1 TN CFUN-iff Richard Cuffs Francis Daly -Inner Davis 'ir Ray Davis ,fp M-..- U . . avr 'YY ll1f1lwI1 1' K lv- X in, I flllllflkml licnucrmlmgxrnll f f .' warn. YH 41 lui rnpwy Ihrlxlrgl Dlngozimn Diane Dooley Thomas Dorman If ,.4p-- ix ,fg,' 1 'lk , 3 C- ' Q i D59 X!! f Q . . V V . lf, 1 I 2 g! gg i:.':Q -Y' xml ii .-. 21 inf! , 5 Donald Dukes Henri Dunaway Gerald Dyer Virginia Eason ,975 Freida Ford ei' David Eunice Ray Folds 'fx Robert Freundt Christopher Frame Anne Fell Robert Evererre 47 Q 5- ?.l ia -xkp Catherine Geislcing X ' 5 Berry Gentry john Gerry ,uv C' R,,,m1Q1 fyingbqfg Bc-rrha Golcman Candice Grant Fx' f G' Wx Cclliffcml Orr-vc-nlwcrg Ronald Griflin jane Hancock 48 J, I l X u Kay Greenway Vw Priscilla Harms Louis Harkins 'U 3' William Harkins joseph Harper Melvin Haysman A '--Q.. Angela Hebert William Hendrix Peter Hendry Lance Hilliard Charles Highsmith Roy Hinely lids 5, FR .:, Sandra Hudson .v .Q-. 'f ,,' 'I . - m..4 A, , 49 1 J --M f" 4 X -1 xx' 1 Carolyn Huey Linda Hugunin rn Barbara Jacobson 41' af I- joy Jerrcll jmm-Q johnson james Jones Charles jurgensen Cb A 4. 'L lfiglj' 1 .. r if ' 'f, 4. A E 'A N 'L P f wi' 42 Judith jurgcnscn Harvey Kanter Carlos Kellett 50 1 5: i X l X 5 :Eg x YL l -G..-'::::'IE V, tE'5'EfE.k-i'2lZ : f-2 QESN X ""1f-.:r,e.1:g'1','fW"E,'- , 'L ' ' . ,iz:..,t,,.tt:.1ea-nk-, i K '1- Katherine Kersey Henry Kilpatrick James K ,4 Qi O Martha Kitchens Raymond Knight rg, "aw, ing Martin Kirkland bf Roland Langford Else Landmark of 55 ' Ts.. Lynette Lewis Lenora Littlefield Stewart Lively 51 . A 1 . .Y f if i Y?' I . i . I ' Wflccrl Long Addie Lynch -lim Lyon qc- 1 ' S: ,X I -Z Alex Mallis Myrna Marcus Marcia Marvin '-1 77 Louis Magnon K' Michael May "wa 1 'al ..xX LS i ,vs J. , , i x' 3 .HJ ,sn , L N , cm, . - 4'-4 - ,. , V ...N yi . , V, J if -,. ' , , ,Vg M w--' 1 .'.' . Ji'-I .A '11-95, '. i'- ,ni--A " - K ,JXJJI M, Qt, ,. , V nh. 5 I .x., i qv---v C jerry Maxncr I if 52 Carol McCray David McCoy , , j, 'S 1 john McDowell Donald Mclntyre .M iv ,Q , , ., ll F J v n .:. , I I O -4 JJ. I Patsy McGinnis 4-lg Young McWhirter Donald Melroy Irving Metz L , '- :Q V 93:12- if -35? of-x 'Q 'Q ff Q, X. f Elizabeth Merri 'K' 79 Dan Miller jack Moody joy Moore Lee Moore 53 ck T Y, 2. . ng'- 'xg Q ' 1 Qf'f"v' Du rd Morlan Stephan Moms l Linda Moore . - Arthur Morrlson cannmc Morgan ...Q -.ii ---I" I -oQ'1w' Il N--ag 1 I -X. 1 , K . ,.-yg1.'.rJ-,,X,,V.- .3 . ,Nl r fqnhgli IQ- . ,, ,,.,:Q',fYj5..' 1, Q- . V- Q., , , ,,.,.. . . .. Purriciu Murphy Joyce Mulling ff' ,- ,,-Q . bc .4-1 R V .f -SL A- 3 "'- -K' 'fs ' . ff' , , h 'Q M 1 A X judy Nash Terry Ncikirk Nell Newsome J21Ck NCWYOH 54 1 'A fi Dlana Opper Lana Orendorff f Qs I , 7 ,,, W.-. P ff Kay Parker Al Pace Susan Pacetti 'K-...I 'RTN 7" Pamela Pedicini Jghn Perry 'Ss Lewis Petrea Brenda Plyler 1,,f s' 19, I I 3 fs? - P Lynn Pinnell s ' Q 5 'ff' Charles Powell I Anne Powers Edwar d 'M -v""" Ravcnscrofr Pamela Redmond Robert Rcga.. fi X. 1 I l . Mary Rentz ix 'T' .4333 j r Margaret Robertson Q7 -Ilfi 'lffa r ,fi H M11 irginia Rubley Nancy Salvatore Larry Sammons Anthony Scarwid 56 View 0 rt' L 5 1- 4"' Margaret Scheider Peter Schreck Kay Schullcr Patricia Schum in as 5 Brenda Seckinger f Charles Seyden ti 4'2" Charles Seyle live 'X ?N 'QQ Q1 Rodney Shearouse R. T. Shugart Barbara Shimkus Judith Sigler 57 ' nf . 114371 -U. lcv N Kaye Stafford I TTU Ronald Smnth 'Tv Lmda Smxth LLB' -ao. -1-, ,, Carolyn Sowell r- Emanuel Stamatakis john Stanley Courtenay Stelljes 4-'Y T" lames Straight Limla Street Patricia Sullivan Barbara Sutker ' 58 7, .., s-' EF '-N N T' .J Q5 X, ,fl 4 ', 1 '. r ' L. f Q Robert Sutton Janice Taylor Mary Tebcnu Linda Thomason lv 'HW cg , 'fr 1 , Tre , Jackie Thompson Lee Tillman Theresa Tretiak Peter Trigg William Tyrrell james Varnedoe ' lliill' ' ' f ' . Linda Ulsh 59 C 4 Bcvcrly' Xvglalnkll Ex' -Q:-r'x": .Q . , o Sondra Walea if w uf- " I L Kay XY'ninwrighr .X Q x Ann Ward Georgia XVL-cks Anna XVug,cl Larry Wester .ILIITICS XY'illcgrr Mcrlyn Wxllcy Clnrles WllllamS Q- rv- 1 Q Illlene XYi'illcinson Gerald Williams Patsy Wfilliams Karen Williams ng? 7 Joanne Wing Diane Wolpert Carolyn Woodcock Carole Woodcock Susan XY'orrell I' Ni X aa , Carolyn Yarbrough ,l11mCS YQ-IICSHS JBHEAUT ES 10: 11 CN --4 iw.. , 1' Y jf 'IL z, - 4-.'.- ' win YZ '. if ' ' 1 'ii' S C-7 fr I, C? xx . ,QA xv' rxf. 'fd Q Y, 63 The 1964 'Cieeehee Beautty Queen Mhiss Angela ll-lleher Miss Angela Hebert was crowned the 1964 ,Geeehee Beauty Queen at the NY'inter Quarter Ante-Bellum Ball. Angela is an eighteen year old freshman and serves as secretary of the Freshman Class and vice president of the Sec- retary-Ettes. She likes to bowl and is majoring in Secretarial Science. 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'Illini Roux' Neil Hclmy, jack Ayoub, Bubba Mock, Larry Sammons, Roger Straight, Da- ll964ll YG66 bees T2 Coach Larry Tapp gives pointers to 'Geechee players Lane Hatcher, Bubba Mock, and Larry Olsen. 33 n.-lr 'Wirr- FZ S Geechees play South Georgia in Homecoming Game. 73 , u N I' 1, '-R22 v 'W' 4 Q .. O gn 4.-JS' . U .,.i,yf:Cx , , K LTV. ..,, VL ,gli ,J -M., -N . . 5 4 UG r- .2 fl '-Srl 432 iw I75' ix, ,, av, ! sit: ,A lk. nf!-Q ' If Q' W, Q . . vT?:,13xi an t 1 ' ' 'P - V. -uf-Q 3 A a ' .wi ' X ' ,M - ..,, . W Q x A Q X +:f . '24 f V . mfs" .. 44 . :X ,L ghfs Ley ,A Q , . ' ff, .. -Q. wa - t . . , , hz A ? 'I f' , 4 1 1 if' I 5 X N ' - 2 X . Q Rl! . xxgw X s X Vx.. . M 10 ., M X' s ! ld Af' 'N fr .:g,13,-X . , Q -t X 0 'XX 1-3 if YQ Y Wag, . gg-lv. , I sk K Era Fl: A 5+ I, , Elk? 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Roux' Carolyn Yarbrough, Freshman Class: Andrea Mosely, Secretary-Glee Clubg Patsy Williams, B.S.U.g Margaret Edenfield, W'esley Fountlationg jim Ramsey, Presidentg James Davis, Vice Presidentg Barbara Dlacobson, 'Geechee SL't'OIId Razr: Myra Marcus, Freshman Classg jimmy Lange, Debate Teamg Wy'leen Long, Secretary-Ettesg Faye Kirschncr, Treasurer-Dance Committeeg Bruce Green, Masquersg Martha Ann Tullis, Cheerleadersg Lynn Bernstein, B.B,Y.A. 1 Student r Steinman james Davis, Vice Presiilentg Antlrea Mosely, Secremryg jim Ramsey, Presitlentg Faye Kirsch- ner, Treasurer V J'- P- ' 1 - v' if I I ll 7x l i i .gr .1 .5 rv 3' W' l Staff: Pat Sullivan, Cindy Carson, Barbara Jacobson, Addie Lynch. The llmllswcellll fix lfk ,ls Q-...ab-QQ' Nh 1 1 ws , - 1- 'Q A ' , 4,-T ' Q-, ' Anne Powers, Editor. 5 'Yi' N 4' r i.,s 1 44-. - n, l Q-5 v Q, X ,M ,Mx Staff: Barbara D'lug0zima, Dale Rublcy, Chuck Claxton fi 7 iisgq rv-9 fi QA B.1rb1xr.1 Jacobson, Edimr-in-Chief Lynn Bernstein, Bll.1'f71C,U Manager Acidic Lymlm, Afmnml Iifniricu Manager Myrna Marcus, Armciate Editor S4 he Gere hee ,.f iv- A fb-4-1.x 4 !l'.-.4" . .K-ii--4 1 .4 413' f ' I Q .v 5' .--H X Q 'N' ., u 1 A Ferrebee Edwards, Art and Layout Editor Q' Chuck Claxton hffgfh Arm Powers f l vp... - jim Ramsey Everett Langford 85 bs Tb L Sft17IIIl7I,U.' Edward Pigman, Gary Hagan, David Eunice, David Sc-itz, jimmy Lange. Scared: jane Hancock. L if Deibai ie ii? rum jimmy l..iii,rgi, PM-sirIf-111751-ngirorg Nancy Final-is, Vic L- pfCSimil'IlI-SLI rvtaryg Orson iiL'c'1irc'r, liiciilty Advisor. ll' 1 Grace Goodovc, Linda Thomason, Nancy Fields I ir 1 H -T B6 Zn of Dance C mmittee Beth Clark, Co-chairmang Carl Thompson, Chairmang Faye Kirschner, Senator. . f Y u. , ' 9 Carolyn Perkins, Judy Benton, Kay Leon, Beth Clark, Faye Kirschner, Carl Thompson, janet Fields, Judy Holmes, Marie Doyle. S7 full 9 Q. QQ 9- QP 38 v-4 Firm! Rffzzx' Ilelen I-Ieitlr, Carol Barun, llelcn Blackwood, Margaret Robertson, Lynn Willey. Second Row: Margarita Impex, Faye Kirsehner, Liz Dcmpmy, lncz Hurts. Third Rrmz' james hinge, janet Fields, David Seitz, Fourth Row: jutly lienron, judy Wilscmn, Grace Goodovc, jack Martin, Bruce Greene, Charles Calhoun, Elliot Arnstein. ,,su1. 1 , A 4 WiHiam Starrs, Director I 4 4 4 I 4 , 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 g . I 4 4 AW., 54 .. N 0 ---- 0 '41 5 Us ll if h-0 ' 'Q ..A .VH--4 i"f"' 4"' . , - x In ,Q Off'-ICCISI Faye Kirschner, Trefzmrer. Margaret Robertson ' Prefidevzl. The Masqucrs 4 I I lk A ,,,,, . r . I 4 s . c 1 r 5 L if 1 's fx ' x Is! s A N P ' -T' ' has Bwyfrxicemd r L-ii Ap-,N W f' QW: ,I . 4-97 . 'A .' " - K .., -. - hkl... .- . ..- b Qi.. .Ak .'1""FL'r "' ' '-Y'-.A X ce: Birds I f.u.-,, 'E I a ' "fir X Q , f ,4 25' G WM, j' xi x' N v- 1' fa -W J. s 'WQLKQU ff 'AL J I . A 5 -,ff SY . . 0 's S :Fx ,.,k 9 :- ,, 1' ..- 5.. fund A , K li n Y' ' gi. A 4 v ,. 1 i i O i I L I .--g e., .I U gif i i Z. T jvc Cnlsiiri, Chnrlcs Riggs, jniiy Nunn, Dun Stewart, jnnc' I-ovc, Larry Snmmons, XVaync Folds, Lyncllc Trctiak, Addie Lynch, ju-an Powcrs, jimmy Ramsey, jane I'w.wrs, PM XX'lill.lIUN, Mdrthgi Ann Tullis, Diiviil Clark, jim D.ivis, Toni Tippctt. QLPTEIISTII S Midas Uni j.inr' l'wv:14r--, Sicrm.:rVf'j'rr'.uiirc'rg Par Wil- lminx. Sir1.ir4.ri'i.4i1istA M.irrh.1 Ann Tullis, iIY1HIiifHf, iffni lipprrt, Vin' l'rcxifir'ntg Mr. l.ifL l'.iiig:f'ri, A1iYl'w4lY 92 IC g.. 1 I, '1 .ff if Steering Committee: Judy Benton, Jane Hancock, Senator, Helen Heidt, Ann McGill, Father J. L. Peacock. Advisor. :Q . wg T . . x B Q' Y . , ' 5 --. ix ,rsl FirJt'Row-Jane Hancock, Pam Bell. Second Rau'-Judy Benton, Helen Heidt, Karen Williams, Nancy Cabaniss, jimmy Nail. Thin! Rmr-Ann McGill, Hellen Blackwood, Martha Drake. Fourth Row-Chuck Seyle, Arthur Salle. 93 1 1 n Wesley Pnundari -V W. -5 fu!! Wi- xii - - Otliccrs: Lynn W'illey, Sccrctaryg Margaret Ifrlcnllclll, Treasurer 8: Scnarorg Charles Car- mll, Vicc Prcsirlcnrg Andrea Mostly, Prcsidcntg Cathy Cox, Program Chairman. t--L+.. '-?i-+- K ll 4 ,Q-Qi, -QW-LT, " ii in ' FST Y... 111' ,. . .0-Ir' L' A Y ,Q-all 5 1 .I ulliflfvl' Slaml: fiarnlyrm Yarlwmuglm, Lynn VC"illr'y, Dale Rnlwlcy, M.1rg.1rc'r If-ln-rxllclrl, Amlrca Moscly, Elsa Landmark. Standing: jimmy Morrison, Jimmy OSCHI' Harry Munro, f,ll.lIl1'5 fQarrull,D1mal1l RUSlllIl'L1, ,lake Raul. fl-1 .qt 3 t. PS :Qi C7 1 61-f Gllee Club Officers: Rae Nelle Burnsed, Presidentg J. Harry Persse, Advisorg Andrea Mosely, Senator. 2 I 5- ka . 9 5 4 - If : t rs-ri " -5' . ' . fe-' 4- Ye . Seated: Lynette Lewis, Ly Sellers, A ndrea Fountain. U11 x N---5- Pinnell, Anne Powers, Dale Rubley. Standing: Elsa Landmark, Andrea Mosely, Lynn Vlilley, 95 Rue Nelle Burnsed, Gwen , F , Q' L , 1' f ' ' g Secretary Erres ,xi I-, Officers: Mary Ann Davis, Treasurerg Gwen Ashcrafr, President, Mrs. jean Vining, Ad- visorg Angela Hebert, Vice President, Guerry Cook, Secretary. 'F' 5 0 4'-X J, Y O Y! I-'frrl lJfm': Kaye Stafford, ISL-verly NX'u-lrlell, I.enum l.irllL-In-Irl, Gwen Ashcrafr, Guerry Cook, Mary Ann llm-burr, Linlia l,1,pp.1gv, Diana Upper, -lurly Srgler, C..nrol l5.nran, Margaret Hlenneld. Davis. Semnd Row: Wyleen Long, Angela x ,, 'If 'iff' A 4 i--n.gkLo4 13:1-I X , ,- ..t.. if,fzs'l'fi f' r .PlQr4i,.a, V Kneeling: Jane Powers, Marrha Ann Tullis, Beverly Waddell, Kathy Cox, jean Powers. Standing: Margaret Edenlield, Brenda Plyler, Bertha Golcman. Cheerleader Officers: Jane Powers, Co-captaing Martha Ann Tullis, Sena- torg Jean Powers, Captain. I : 3 n .av- , Q jimmy Lange, Vice-Presidenrg Ann McGill, Prescidenrg Deitra Adams, Secretary: Mr, -Voseph Green, Advisor. 1 4 .Ju Q N .4 - -1 s- .w b , I1 I I .flf s D '4.:'-- . Iirlwfibg 57' 'Sly rf' ex '14 17?'f'f2 L1 - - Ann McGill, Lorraine We-4'ks, George Watkins, jane Love, Else Landmark, Mary Ann Fields. 98 Em High lub I K. n--, i f- .I -rvlar '.-.nl .. U, g- ms 4. F 'TUQA' 1 i if M311 5: ,Eg .1 ff ., . qw g1,,.ff,1,L ,Q 4 ' iw, ., , F X . . ' , . mwa: X 'MVP f 1-f n- . x + x 7, I - x 1. I- f v 1 . ' s 1 UQ -NIJIETN, .Rex EVERY YEAR A MILE TRAINLQAD 7 OF FOREST PRODUCTS I KU' L7 E 1 f , 1 1' ,- ' X I . . . . VISUALIZE a train stretching from Savannah to New York City. Or from Savannah to Gary, lnd. Or to St. Louis, Mo. Any lifliffl how many frdghf mrs in such fl Irwin? Almost 100,000! Every year Union-Camp in lf. . Savannah loads such a train with products ranging from raw materials inbound to finished paper products and allied forest products outbound to supply the ever-growing paper needs of America . . . Our freight bill annually ex- ceeds 315,000,000 This points up the importance of ade- transportation facilities to the operations of Union- quate f'amp's Savannah plant, the largest single pulp-to-contain- er mill in the world. ln 25 years on the Savannah scene, Union-Camp 'has grown ten-fold. Today, over 5300 Savannahians and resi- E l -nv' l dents of nearby communities are employed in the plant, earning approximately S33 million annually in wages.An added 20-odd million dollars is paid for pulpwood to forest land owners in the greater Savannah area. Progress in people, pnyrolls and production has been the Union-Camp story. The future promises even more ex- citing possibilities for both Union-Camp and the Savannah Area. U ION- AM SAVANNAH PLANT Union Bag-Camp Paper Corporation 100 X I 45' 'kt 6. 1'1"-' .Afvl , 4. . 4 .X z j, .x 9, f.., .-1. . wi-. ' -3 "- 9 v. f' . N' fi. I-N --.. a ... J. -7- " f I ,- 4 I H: 4' Wi 1 x, X ,N ,X . x K JI AD, gg Q, -xv , hx Ir 9 ,gf 51' . X,'. 4 1 ELECTRICITY POWERS PROGRESS Dependable, low-cost electricity provides more opportunities at school and home . . . in business and industry. And it's still today's biggest bargain. SAVANNAH ELECTRIC and POWER CO. THE CITIZENS 81 SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK Six Ofices in Savannah We Banlz the Customefs Way For convenience in paying bills . . . Open your checking account with usl Klember FDIC Your Headquarters for: Q "College or Career W . Sizes: 5-13 Petite Juniors: 3-ll 116 East Broughton Street TANNERS Zl E. Broughton St. fruit drinks 8. sandwiches f T i ff, The LIBERTY NATIONAL Q BANK a TRUST Counumv Savannah s USEFUL COMMUNITY Bank BULL AND BROUGHTON HABERSHAM AND 34TH l ji Q L.n,'u I ' FT - - ilb iel . . -rfn flaxf M E EE L E Y AN FE L P IINU N DERENNE AT PAULSEN HUNTER AIR FORCE BASE ms nr o u asssnv s svm o ozu or osr s u cr conroumon ' ' MEWBORN JEWELRY CO REGISTERED JEWELERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 32 Bull St., Manger Hotel Bldg. Where Fashions Make Their Debut in AD 4,5585 - Savannah, Ga. Savannah School Charms and Jewelry T '00 mum. FIRE INSUR4 wp Nc OF SAVANNAH 104 is NEWSPAPERS HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY Sports for the sportsman , , , financial news for the businessman . . . women's interest pages . . . comics . . . news ot people, places, events . . . Interpreta- tion and opinion . . . advertising service. There's something for everbody in the newspaper, It's remarkable that it can serve so many masters. Both of your Savannah newspapers give you this every day with speed and authority in per- manent, visible form. A Serving The Resident. Ot Savannah And The Coastal Er'riDlre ..n Sutmnnuli iilufning Kring Q SAVANNAH EVENING PRESS i III West Bay Street A AD 6-95Il Compliments of I fxcz wfvf as sfffofvs ron womw 107 BROUGHTON ST., VV. f , jf- VA -, '-'Z ..,-, in . MENS QUALITY SHUI' 24-30 Broughton Street, East F4 THE ORIGINAL AND WORLD'S LARGEST PROCESSOR OF BREADED SHRIMP wwkf .W f"1 F if Ass... M Nr gg, - i YS-'. L t ' sf r , .. s .,. V' 44 is 1, , E .. X , Q' , I I - unou v" ' 1 o uous 4 fd' . C -- ., acnon f"Qib-, ' ' f' - 1. mr: 5 - We Aguy i'-gf mnio A XX .f A Z! -:2:s-f.A,-.1-M f!.:5 www? If ' is -'ff' Q- QA A A as A Mwff -' , ,S Jr, . ' " SIs3x2Q--is .ze 9 'J f f , .: . ' "" 1 ,s f S Q zlE:'us::::'2.'gxng' .I ,i.3,f,, tifw.,.,,,,.,,,,---" ' . MSX, ..'I I-fp: ' O COMPANY Thunderbolt, Georgia - Brownsville, Texas Frozen Breoded Shrim Breoded O sters 0 Breuded Scollo s P 0 Y I P Fish Sticks 0 All Purpose Shrimp 0 Shrimp Creole. Complimerztf of Idhi Brita Mamma 3' K .5 -Broughton St. Wed PORTRAITS COPIES WEDDINGS OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR "GFFCHFF" ANNUAL TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIDS Established 1933 Foremoft Photographer! in the South Phone AD 3-4438 42 Abercorn Street SAVANNAH, GEORGIA FOR WONDERFUL FOOD . . . WSGA-1400 KC Izlr Sawzrzmzhlr Nationally Ffzmozu Your Local News and Music Station PIRATESI HOUSE In Trustees' Garden CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1964 INDUSTRIAL BANK nf? N of SAVANNAH r- . v"L K ffl QQFZE 1 I- - ij 9 9 H .4 5'f" 'ff 'V 1' ef . .5-1-ff' -I 1 1. ,Sli 'gi- I- " ,'InI1 -,ganilj . 'g I 'fill' fi I - -- jg 1.Ti:l.-N? I gl' ni--Bu' lf' I' fel I5 Iff ' IJIIFI .., , ' -'IM I V u ,'.-aug::sp,,H,, ' e I - . 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